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B " Mist Hoy3from fhe
H country who make ' their
H mark in the .woild arc
H ' brought up on Arbucklcs'
H f let anybody switch you
B tt Gjl 'to ' drinking
K V jO .something
B k i M'VW stomach and
H I 1 ncrvc$!
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2 UTAH STATE 'NEWS
B Tho enenmpment of tho Grand Army
B ' ot tho Uopulillc will bo hold In Snlt
H tt Lnko City In 1009.
B , W. 13. Gwllllam, a pioneer of We-
K T bor county, died at Hooper on tho
B 22nd, nt tho ago of 7.1.
H ' .' Tho Swedish Lutheran church, which
B $ haB boon built nt 1'nrlc City nt n cost
H. ,t of $1,E00, was dedicated on Sunday.
B , At leant 1,000 people from neighbor-
H ' Ins towns celebrated with llio pcoplo
H of Rrlghnm City on Teach day, on tho
H , James J. Hnyett, n well-known man
H of Ely, Novnda, died .suddenly In an
H "Ogden rooming lionso, after, a pro-'
H t Mrs. Ann Hndlock, nn agod lady of
B - .Ogden, fell down four atepa nt her
SB .homo nnd struck on hor face, suatnln-
B lng norlniiB Injuries.
B ' - Tho Utah State fair Is to,' fall-Into
BbB lino with the latent speed fact nmj wl"
S lunuguruto ynme uutomohlla rnco' for
M , tho Inst dur of tho fair.
a, " ",WvTho hofrs of S. S. Llndoman, who
' wan Rtmok nnd ldllod by a street car.
In Salt Lake City last May, have sued
Mi 'tho company for G0,000.
s Tho entiles In the poultry 'depart-
S mont for tho Utah Stato fair nro nl-
V. , ready no heavy, that It in Imperative
m s.tliat tho accommodations bo cnlnrgcd.
S , Henry Anion, of I.ognn, whUs divliiK
l 'Jo Uynim, wtm xhol In 'tho nocit by a
B ;'MimU boy who wa practlpliiK wltjt a
'.ji22'-cnltbro rinor Aiiiob' wi not badly
B '-John and Jane Itelcher, of Ogdon.
BBS Hcolebrntcd tho fiftieth anniversary of
BBBB ji.tll0'r marriage one day last week. Thoy
BBBB liavo been realdenttt of Ogden for ovetg
BBBB $ Mrs. Thomas K. Marriott, of Sandy;
BBaE waR probably fatally Injured In n col-
BBB gillslon ot n MIsBourl Iclflc passcngo'r
BBBB maln nnd a Durllngton asvltch engine
IBBat fnt St. Joseph. Mp. $.
BBBj 9f Judgment for $500 'was' awarded to
SJamofl Audrue last wnjfi: for Injuries
rocelvod to n log In a Tollroad acol-
dent on tho Sanpoto VMloy railroad,
BBBB fTiiear Mantl, last July, j
BBBfi 4$ K. N. Ryan, a laborer; has been ar
BBBB profited In Snlt Lake City pa a cHargp
BBBft 3t highway robbery, ttttrucbnr'gen
BBV 'that ho hold up a rnllroailnritiiQnr-
BBBB lnR $125 from his victim . ' W
PBBB In n train wreck T'lintjos w'oytt'of
VBk iftPsJon' nn tllf' Soi,tnprn I'ftfl'la. flre-
BBBB innn Nowhall nnd Brnkeman Ulmcr. of
BBBB Ogdon, wcro killed and Conductor
BBBBf .Croamor, of Ogden, Injured.
BBS 1 Hlclinnl P. Morris, former mayor of
BBBB SaIt I'ak0 City anrt Democratic nom-
BBBV 'vinee for that office this year, was the
BBBBf foreman of n iury which last week con
BBBK .vlctcd John Kldag f rebbery,
BBBs ,'' In Ogden the prion of coal lias born
BBBBjr 'advanced to $6.S9 a ton.- A. protect Is
BBBB being mude by the citizens, and I' Ii
BBBB- tKprobablo the matter will be brought i
BBBB t$tue attt'ntlon r ll'e grand Jury
BBB ji A balky toam of horses attached f
BBBB liny wagon backed Into a street rai
BBBB Jtn Salt Lake City, tho conductor and
BBBBjm sseveral passengers on tho car bclnc
pBBBB Tooliuul; n cold ()ulukly, get linn.
3 your diugUt moiiio little t'ltiul.v Cohl
rt'nlfk'tB wtllfil I'lvvontliw. fifitu&jgi
H ovurywIiurB nru now iIIhhmjIiik I'iuvimi-
BBBBft tiw, for they tire nut only safe, but rlu-
BC 1'cl(ledly utTtniii und inninpt'. I'revwi
BBBB -tlo coiitiilii uu (Jnlnliii', no lH.xjjill.ve,,
BBBB nutltliiK IimihIi jiur hlukeiilnj,;.' 'J'uktMi
BBS' Jil tho "slieee stngu" IVeveutk' v i
BBBBH iruvont l'licuiuoiiiii, IIioiiuIiIIIh, Lh
HBBBtj Qriiiif, etc. IIuiilo the imiuc, IJiovon-
BBJBBB (M. ('(kmI for feveiili ohllilrmi. lb
Chnmlsts 'lw lav reo ntly mttde
an Hnalysl" "f 'K' wat"r furnished the
ptopla ot Ogden by te Ogdn Water
wdrM connwny ilciMaW It In chtwffp'aUy
pifro, lhs sfttllHg.a cotitrfn'frir whlctt
lpn Jjei lis proir&is for ohin time.,
'Jilrti T0"1 Nr Bumwerif wlfe,qf it
'Salt l4ikf ImrlPtlitor, Is In a precarious
condition and may die nn the result of
a betlng,ndmliiltcred by her hus
band. Slimmer Is under rnst,. and
will be tried for murder If the woman
Claud Claik, the nnjro who shot and
UlMl Loi .Jilnoi JflUk, eiiteegoa In.
aii i altereftllon with another negro In
Ogden, will lie tiled on tho chaw of
murder In the llrjt degree. . .Clark
claims the tduMiting of Jones was accl
tl0Ulfll' jMMRg, JMjr;
The next offlclarposlmiWd. issued
In 'ojlo'i fill ngPilnnaln tlTn nam
of North ' OitdnfitjeptoSber in
thp postonirn UH'rpWll be itbollshod
and n new poetonmd, known as station
No. -1 of tho Ogden pnstnmce will be
opened. . ;
-Tho news conies fiom the Lfhl sug
ar factory thai ;tlie tonnage, though
not so much to the sere ns last yen
fs aliora jthoJavera?e selsonti ' oip
and Die 0,000 acres will pioduoc prob
abl.'the fgreatwiU gioas" trrhunge In
tho factory's IjUtory.
Tflhhbors of the sVnteldnd board
and tho f tato, engineer have rnado a
personal' 'Inspection of Uhe taiitl' In
Sanpete and Sevlfir counties proposed
to !hpn)ro"ifght Into' a 'stale xtV cliltl
vntlon If tho reservoir project come n
platMtliy thO'Uoohl Is ro'iTled throunh.
The IMnh national banks out'ldp
of Salt Lake carried $1,525,104 loans
and discounts August 2, tho data on
which the comptroller of the currencv
required n statement of conditions The
same banks had $273,057 gold In their
reserves and carried a little over $5.
OOO.Opy ot deposits. ( ,, , '
yroro Is' without a city health oflVcr
bcuause pr. Slater, who wiyt elorted
by tho council, has resigned on account
ot the small salary provided Or Bis
ter's resignation follows quickly alter
the action of the medical society, which
deprecated the smallness oflhe salary
ns fixed by the oouncll.
George A. Chase, miner of Eureka,
was seriously Injured last week Sev
eral of the employes, Including Chase, '
were seated noar the compressor ut
the head of the hoist eating their
supper when Chase's right leg In some
manner got caught between tho driv
ing rod and tho flywheel.
To safeguard tho health of children
attending the public schools, the Salt
Lake board of education will hence
forth require a health certificate of
.every child wishing to re-ontnr school
after having been oxcludpd by iva
sons of Infectious or contagloiw dls
CRfe In tho pupil's family.
Women linvo (leuUleU that In cum
tlioy cannot vole, they will out nut ilu
' Slnrk" piypwiltlpii. I'orfeutly piopvr
to UxUXf llolllstt'iV Kooky Mountain
Ten. y l''ij good ifqr everything. H5
ueiiU, Ton or TnbleU. T.J. Wudsworth'
Room for All the World.
In the state of Toxns you could
place oath man, woman and child TO
fcetf npijiit, glIng each -1,000 squnio
f6ot of land loom suPlcJont for house,
.cattlo and vegetable gnidun.
' ' i. '
Tihil 'nlnuli lieiitineiilH nie being
limited otit Iiee, on lequ'csl, by Dr.
aiioop, Jluuiue, NVIh. Tluvu IvsIh nie
proving to ihu people wltiiollt 'n
lienuy'HtViDlllie'gii'ntovuliiu of this
(.k'nllHu piuMcrlptlon known to ilr'ug
gNtM oveiyuhuiu hi? v Or.' Whoop's
I'll lilt ih.lteiuedy. Sold bv T.J. Wnds
orth " ,' ;
ntannt mi mi immfammmmmumimmttimmmmm
r M'1 'Standard'
sizes vMl m pricea
30 jf . V1 $15 to
I It Pays to Buy
I Stein Yonng I
I Men's Clothes I
1 .ETn thoroughly Rood 3uit,
- pay $18, $20 or $25 for it, 1
and you'll be a better dressed,
more contented young man
all season than if you had two
cuits of the-ordinary klndi
You'll find the tailoring,
quality and style in these
I suits; the lasting good shape
nnd wear that pays you in
the price you can have them
for and the satisfaction they
If you've anearneit detlre to
dren right, get Ederheimer
Stein clothe. Let the other
fellow do at lie likes.
Tim lliickcr Mercantile Co.
In a collision between n freight ami
passenger train near Whltoflsh, Mont,
elovan passengers were Injured, but
William McClalu, nn expretyman ol
tleiui, Novadn, took a dose ofmrbollc
acid, during n fit of despondonVyrntuf"
was dead before medical aid arrived.
Holleved to bo tho victim of the
Black Hand, or of a Sicilian vcudolto.
Cerardo Cnrnlvult, a market gardener,
was shot thioiiK.li tho hoad and killed
svlieii returning to his tiuck farm I
the, outskirts of Denver.
llopresenintlvoB of certain corpora
tions In Seattle nro cited to appear bo
tote the Central Labor council on com
plaint of the striking telegraphers to
r.how cause why they should not he
plare'd on the unfair list by the labor
Sooinllim In the Pacific northwost
will h'utld Its Utopia at Adrian, neat
tho Gtand Coulee, west of Spokane I
the wans formulated by tho Adrlar
Irrigation company. Just Incorporate
undent t-o laws of Washington, wit
r ., - -
If you want Home Made Goods
aMa-de in Lehi
-Buy. from the Knitting
'; KNIT GOODS
4H iompany.. J
Warrants have boon ISBttod for the
arrciit or Karl Strn and others, promt
nent stockmen In tke "Wallowa sec
tlon of oaiirin Oregon. thargiMl with,
tho theft of a large number of cattle
belonging to the Mudden I rothers- and
V. V. Itettontach, of Lowlston, hftlho
CharlM A. Reynold, proprietor ol
a bath-house In Porlluud, has been
acquitted of the chargo of murdorlne
3oorso Hlbblu, or Ilerbort, a mil si
clan, who oarau tlioio iccontly from
Wall'- W.ill-i. Keynold's not up the
plea thnt ho wnh JustHlf-d Hi his net
becausp Hlhbln had despollpd Rey
Taking advantugn of n iiosslon law
of 10nr, Latah county, Idaho, Is nbout
to bcln orpanl'.ntlr.i of a county ngrl
culiutnl fair, .ludgo S. S. IJeunlnrf, In
IncKlns lliroush a copv of the sonslon
laws of the atuto legiclntur? of 1905
finds that an act permit a counties tc
into one-hulf milt of tho county nsfcoM
incut for fair purposes.
(trace Gldley, the daughter and holt
of William .1. Oldlny, an old stage
line driver, who died In Montana In
ISfifl, has been located In Kansas City
after a scau-h of eleven years. Gldloy
left nn estate, composed principally of
Dllllngs, Mont., realty, to his daugh
ter, and the lan-yeri have been Eoaith
Ing for her all talk time.
Joe I'assha, an Assyrian, was shot
mil lnstanly killed by Robert Mulkey
n li anlnnn nt Thrtt-mnnnllft IVvn
'n a saloon at Thermopolls, yo.
Mulkey fired four bullets Into I'asahn's
body without apparent provocation. He
led, but was captured and turned over
o tho authorities, but escaped a sec
3nd time while boliif; taken to Lander.
Keeling against him Is high.
It Is learned hore on Hdlable Infor
mation thnt tho Union Pacific has con
tracted with tho Rock Island railroad
fir irt.OOO cnrlonds of S.iorman hill
iravel, to be delivered to that com
pany at Dfiivr for th'o ballasting of
the entire line from Denver to Chi
'9go. The delivery will brln tho op
llierii U nunc t'n'iii ih In tlil- Mitlou
of tlioioimirv iIiiiii oil nilier (ll'u-HMh
put together, und mall ihu l.-ii r..
yt'iini wiim Hiipposcd to bo liii-iliulilu.
For u uieat iinuiy yenro ilooturH pio
uoiinceil lia local tlUeiisoiinil prcsciib
eil local remedies, nnd by oiniilaiith
iHllliiK tu euro wlili local iieatincnt.
liroiioiiiii'Ml it hiciirnblo Science lias
tit'ii caiarrli to bu u coumlliiUiiiml
uUiMsc nuil lliorefoie iuiniie.i conslllu
tlonnl treatment. Hull's L'atuiili l lire,
tiiaiiufiiuliircd by K. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is tho oiJ.y.ciiisliiiiiloiial
cure nn tho nun km It N taken inter
nally hi closes fiom HI (hop, (l ,, u,n.
spoonful. It acts directly on tliu IjI.kmI
and niitcuiis surfaces of the Kystem.
Tliuvolluronu hundred dollars for any
cuao it fulls to ciiio bend for clrcii'm
Addiess: K J, UhKNKY A CO.,
Sold by Druggists, "on.
Tuko Hull's Family I'UU for cuistl
WHAT IB THE DIFFRltRNCR BBTWKBN
"Improved" "d "Perfected" (
'Perfected" inejuii,lMit up to the highest, modern ideal. J
"Improvccl" mean only niotlfrnnrM p.itched onto out-of-datencsi.
It doesn't take hair-splitting to distliitful.ih I
hetween the two. I
L. .C. Smith &. Bros. jp
(WlllTINO KNTiailY IN SllllIT) 1
ii a "perfected" typewriter. Ecry clement of durability .and
dcpcnilahility, every I.tmivn labor-saving and clfieiency-KiviiiK H
'device is an iiilncral part of the machine built in, not patched
on. The purchase of nn L. C. Smith & Bros. Typo- I
writer Rives you the highest degree of efficiency, the greatest
economy in operation, and insures high-grade work in satisfactory I
quantity. It is the one machine made to the measure of every
I modern ollicc need. J
Sim 1'rs Pitn Uiuhtimthi drvnivr. I
Jb. C. Smith & liroa. Typewriter Go, j
I No. 1647 Champa St., j
l 1 Denver, Colo. I
1. & It. G. . It. WH sell loimil
trii tickets to Bait Lalto City, ovw y
Sunday to and including Sept. 211,
at rato of 1.2r. Final return
limit ilatu of sale.
W. A. FOItlJ, Agent.
Itching piles provoku'profniiliv, but
profanity won't cure them. i)o,ii
Ointment cures itelilbg, bleeding or
protruding piles Hfter years ofisullerlng.
At any ilriuf store.
We never miss nn opportunity of .
giving Innocent pleasure, or of help-
Ing f her soul on tho path to God, f
but wo nro ..ikIiik away from ourselves if
forever what might havo brcn u happy j
memory, and leaving In its place a re
morse --Fiances Power Colibo.
CASTOR I A '
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought '
Signature of OuzfffTaCC:
" I tl HkMHkllfetMaMMMHMaMI
Agricultural College of Utah
"UTAH'S GEEAT INDUSTEIAL SCHOOL."
Prepares Men and Women for Success in Life.
comfort Klu'J3l!i?. the P0r' a" h,,0r U) thP P,ch- nn nM t0 y'R -PPort and
COURSES OF STUDY; -i--ii:
Dndimge, Farm Meoluinlc, It.m.l Itulldh.K.etef ' Law. iicii..Kni,fc t'omt.iuielal
DoinBuilc Science ard A rte.-Cookilig, Diet ' . Gwiornl Sqlcncft.-KnglUh Milthwimllre. Ills.
pj!i;, Niiiltal nil. Hj-kIi'Iip. MHilim, Household K.on- "'. lwmioiiil.., .Modern I.TiiiKimgus, x, "lira ml
onilox, Home Niii-vlng. t 0. I'll. h.imI t.-f.l).p, mil. ' ' """
m Mochnnle Arts-Oupontry. k-orKl.W. 1'hII,. wltlPnC.tvS U.1l'"ll," a,,UlwtlB J""ly '
Making, furiliige liu lid ng, Foundry Vik. Maehliic , ' ' y v' '""
Nv",k-- Tn..;,g,.,ft:ini:, M' A" '
,rr " CONSIDER THESE ADVANTAGES, mam-mmnmmmm
A laieit linliii'd faeiiliy of t'xperlh; IWenlv liiillillui!s ulili Kidninlhl ,,?iii,., . .
llvu,..K.Jc ..ml f ..... l.ulldlngH; bcaiillfu. ami healthful Vultim I , ,V ,, 1 '( J f " vi.ft Tihs.0, '.'''"l m'lT
iionil n iiiphrri; iiHidem .ioiir,e.s..f hi inly; caiuriillv niniiigud Iimmii lilt iiiii .m.l w...... .. ? '" xb".,,te!" vigorously
life, Hint to make i-wrvdHV a happy one. iiii.iiiu.i ii.tiiaiiit) tiieu ifu.i women lowjuurc the eomforts of
All the giiiiliuititi of the College iieupv ll.t-chi ixisitloiis- iu mhi,i..,i1. i. ... i
fhu College l.g.K.d opportmiiibaror Mcu.li.g .i.,.l,li,i u Hh' Jimh,, ,!" " 'UU" ,,lllfo,"lli' cwihll.
adwfirr,af.,et!"U'- X"""U,,,,! '. m.HMn.lCl circular ami catalogue will m.ea.t you
Address, The Registrar, Agricultural College
Logan, Utah. ,
The College Opens on Sept. 17, 1907. W,