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L LIBERTY, OfTliEtlSIMGr
H sSiJIli:rhc blrihoflfceUom on jhli Continent the jvUeMottrjtlers of jho-JUlUwfpro-
H cltlmtdpaTfchrinlntmlrno? ihiyfibcriyJjuatlly' dnd lujllce
H might be nof&nUhcd Irom ihVtJnU. "W ST''
H 'They proclaimed ihil ihe cile scream;
H Tht thecannonj roar;, ' r v v 7 4
H AT5Ey(th6uld tftseJjMw be o A;l)22c) NQTnft5$ LC
And 'lie b'e Mfl V ? 5iW '$ taJJU KX
H Tft ll Jlii Wye rcmcmbctbX vi'.:MnR HccnoralJL , rJSlili
1H iijuW'rHfie biipd. J-- w vj iOi RnWS
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B The MllUho$cjopliecrdlllQnMrir ,anidMrSr) M v(
H oreeMnXclous.trJ Jtfi2ffl 9JjM7ffSi WfvYilLl
H the Rr.filnSNofWUK U7VS4j7K y SMVpM
H Ind thf lAanyvlIsS ilHiNeem lo Have 'coMQo, js. pV U l ?) P
H O'eWiWsJr liCodAPeopgn-i iASu
H OuiCjAteiijIjyoiint,--! fZJr rr (A H-" "v lX
H AnfeyhMld'Cat therfjljjh c) m.T' v
H Remember tHtiJlhe (tnfiercthl beoujicd If we wish. H C .
H Old iw, d'QouXiiiwi, jT J r-T5
Still stand upon nur statute (joolift rjzZZZ v
H Ant? (usilce, peace, prosperity ire ours at our command. -
'W'ashlnijion, Jcflcrson-idaffRt Greene nTjH the bravJoldlcrs.JVlul!.e stales-
H men who labored, jw.a ""'mThJYbo' Bftnf to liberty; wJ&l npUHstfeij tne oung
H Infant procfalm'edla'vAjilllnulM j W;liouShrjh'lldVd's battles;
H who ijutdcd 'it1 JalrlnJrri'pWWh'JljJht.'icjian'icI "id TtralghpjUifidld not live
H In vain k-diji .nht iJtnJrln vanilmrijirjin jls-ias Itwas IntcmledWSpuld be a
J nation of freemen, Anatlxn AiTt-hklytibCrK Is the .louniilonanJr'luslltc the cap-
H stone. Those men bullded too Mrvliijlv falet the evil Uccqs oTiT'mlnorliy oja qencra-
H tlon rend asunder the structure" (Jjcvftcrcvrd, ' The nation borrt of the bloqihof the
heroes of '70 has lived, si 111 lives andlll t- su, loni; as lustLce and equality arc the
t watchuords of the people. lo,,j.' j.
B Lelus not fomet for any (lav nr hour, . .
m Mlghmake,Vno rlW I j f S SrM (P
That ihehumblcstvworKman'sVcottaKsmay a nation's ruler sliclte'rC xi;j??Syj
H 't.s o-uTTioodjjiri GbII
b ur bjjiinP. ivy ov-iiiK.
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H And Independence Dajwlll have aiicavr'rcIcafcmanlntf'tniA)salllJ; if
H 'Tls no? for wAa &&WMMj
H HueCkxi5naj:doljj; 9"mcn,e5P--3 VO?S"jM
B yt$4f W J'vtiu ihV ayVour NfaihcM d J EgsT I 'VcS''if
H Thtnytct uVremcberTnpcWc'nce,'fj4y. XfA KvStSTjw nSJL-M!
H Vc.eVjhc' ealKcreViTiVlLS XW A f ,5$
H When tht catfflbnsYpar.lTV-'V JK VtA V ' VrW'V K. rW7$
B TheROodoldrindcendWc DiyiitTfaiterkneSf WrftOr PlJ rw
Lcicherls?lndepcmencc Day ,ogmore (i- - twl"
M & w Vt'HIGHT A. PATTERSON. 9''
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m I'LXm WKKL MY rATHERS DIED!
frfi LAND Or III! PILGRIMS PRIDE!
ICON EVERY MOUNTAIN SIDE
A ntnn who wan arrested for break
ing Into u houso In Ucrllu explained
that ho only wished a pair of shoes be
longing to a celebrated Husslnn planlsl
who waa stnyitiK In the house. A col
lection of women's hIioph, all docketed
ind catalognoil, wuh round In his room
TERRI3LE ITCHING SCALP.
Eczema Broke Out Also on Hands and
iambs An Old Soldier Declares:
"Cuticura Is a Blessing."
"At nil times and to nil people I
am willing to testify to the merits
of Cuticura. It Baved me from worse
thnn tlio t6rturcs of hades, about the
yenr 1000, with Itching on my scalp
and temples, and nftorwnrdB it com
menced to break out on my hands.
Then It broke- out on my limbs. I
then went lo n surgeon whose treat
ment did mo no good; but rather ag
gravated the disease. I then told him
I would go nnd seo a physician In
Krle. The reply was that I could go
anywhere, but a case of ecaema like
mlno could not bo cured; that I was
too old (80). i went to an eminent
doctor In the city of Krlo and treated
with him for six months, with llko
results. I had read of tho Cuticura
ncmedlos, and so I sent for the Cuti
cura Soap, Ointment nnd Resolvent,
nnd continued taking tho Resolvent
until I hnd tnken six bottles, stopping
It to take tho Pills, i was now get
ting better. I took two hatha a day
nnd at night I lot tho Inlhor of tho
Soap dry on. I used tho Ointment
with great effect after washing In
warm water, to stop tho Itching at
once. I am now cured. Tho Cuticura
treatment Ih n blessing, and should
bo used by every ono who has Itching
of tho skin. I ran't say any moro,
nnd thank Ood that He has given the
world such n curative. Win, II. Cray,
3303 Mount Vernon St., Philadelphia,
Pa., August 2. 1P0.fi."
NOTES ON COTTON GROWING.
About 70,000 bales of cotton Is this
year's crop ot tho Lnguna section ot
Mexico. Tho Mexican mills will also
rcqulro an additional 80,000 bales
from tho United States during 190C.
Tho Drltlsh chargo In Guatemala
has forwarded to' London a snmplo ol
wecvIl-reslBtlng cotton grown In the
Rctnlhulcn district of western Gunto
niala. It Is called "Pachon," Is a
short-season cotton, productive and
with a liber ot good length and tex
ture. Tho Turkish minister of agrlculturo
Is about to buy 2,200 pounds of Amer
ican and Kgyptlnn cotton seed for the
Improvement of tho quality of cotton
rnlscd In Turkey. Tho seed will be
distributed In tho provinces ot Adana,
Aldln and Salonika, according to the
Tho exports ot raw cotton from
southern Nigeria In 1905 declined to
DC.300 pounds, having been 285,039
pounds In 1901. This falling off Is ex
pected to adjust Itself during tho pres
ent year, whon the now plantations
will commence to ylold, states tho
Government Gazette of tho Nigeria
protectorate. It has also been re
ported that thcro was somo cotton
to bo shipped from northern Nigeria.
One on the Doctor.
A Baltimore physician who boarded
a crowded car In Charles street, no
ticed a woman standing nnd a big Ger
man sprawling over twice tho scat
area that was necessary to him. In
dignantly tho physician said to his:
"Seo hero! Why don't you move a
Httlo so that this tired woman may
hava a seat?" For a moment the Ger
man looked dazed. Then a broad
emtio spread over his countcnanco as
no answered: "Say .dot's a Joke on
you, all right! Dot's my vlfel"
The Paying Toller (In tho Day and
Night bank, scrutinizing chock)
How'll you havo It? .
Mr. Lushlngton Jusht th' same
on'y don't put so much seizor in It.
Really an Awful Affair.
She Ho marrlod hor for her money.
Wasn't that awful?
Ho Did ho get It?
"It was." Judgo.
THE DOCTOR'S WIFE
Agrees with Him About Food,
A trained nurso says: "In tho prac
tice of my profession I havo found bo.
many points In favor of Grape-Nuts
food that I unhesitatingly recommend
It to nil my patients.
"It Is dollcnto and pleasing to tho
palate (an essential In food for tho
nick) and can bo adapted to all ages,
being softenod with mill: or cream
for babies or tlio aged when deficiency
of teeth rendors mastication Impos
sible. For fevor patients or those on
liquid diet I And Grape-Nuts and al
bumen water vory nourishing and ro
froshlng. This recipe Is my own Idea
nnd Is mado as follows: Soak a tea
spoonful of Grape-Nuts In a glass of
water for an hour, strain and servo
with the beaten whl to of an egg and
spoonful ot fruit julco or flavoring.
This affords a groat deal of nourish
ment that even tho weakest stomach
can asslmllato without any distress.
"My husband Is a physician and ho
uses Grapo-Nuts himself nnd orders
It many times for his patients.
"Personally I regard a dish ot
Qrapo-Nuts with fresh or stowed fruit
as tho Ideal urcakfast for anyone
well or sick." Name given by Postum
Co., Dattlo Creek, Mich,
In any caso ot stomach trouble,
nervous prostration or brain fag, a
10 days' trial of Grapo-Nuts will work
wonders toward nourishing and re
building, nnd In this way ending tho
trouble. "There's n reason" and trial
Look In pkgs. for the famous llttlr
book, "Tho Road to Wellvllle."
While the Fourth of July Is looked
forwnrd fo with positive terror by tho
mothers of small boys anil venture
some girls, not one woman out of a
hundred has the heart to forbid the
observance of the dny by the popu
larly approved method of noise nnd
the necessary combination of gun
powder and lire. Truly no Spartan
mother was moro heroic In sending
her sons to the training school and
battlo than the plucky little American
mother of a pack of patriotic young
people, It Is to be leared that the
fundamental spirit of Independence
which made the day worthy of re
membrance Is very often forgotten, or
at least lost night of, In the awful de
light surrounding a puck of lire
rrackcrs. But how Is It that on this day of
nys mother Ignores or keeps silent
about her headache; paterfamilias
rises with the lark, ostensibly to pro
vent his offspring rfom setting flro to
tho premises If not to themselves, and
grandfather contributes to tho Joy
ousness of the occasion by generous
donations of cash, nnd oven tho
grown-up sons and daughters of tho
household aro willing to set off somo
of tho lnrger pieces In the pyrotech
nic layout? is nil this unselfish bo
havlor entirely for tho sake of amus
ing the elilliltcn; of lottlr.v them havo
ono day of absolute ftcedom; of as
sisting them In firing off the said
dangerous toys In order to prevent
tho little people from getting hurt?
Somo people have a sneaking notion
that the proper observance of the day
Is not entirely for the pleasure of the
young people, and that paterfamilias
secretly enjoys rousing tlio neighbor
hood with a blast of patriotism, and
that grandpa has been hoarding up hln
spare pennies for weeks past and
would have been much chagrined It
his young grandson had not generous
ly Invited him to "set off" a few of the
As for the mother of the family,
would sho upon any other occasion
put up with the din nnd the dirt and the
burns and ruined clothes If sho had
not somo sympathy for the offenders
hidden away In her Inner heart?
She mny laugh at her husband's ef
forts to become a boy again, but she
Is us delighted as the children them
selves when said husband persuades
her to try firing off tho pistol, and sho
recalls to mind that it was not so very
long ago when she was nblo to hit the
bull's-eye at quite a long range. "I
was Just your ago then, daughter,"
and sho nmtlcs quietly to herself at
somo hnlf-forgotton episode.
Flanagan's oration was tho chief
feature of tho Fourth of July pro
prammo of section 10 of tho Missis-
slppl & Western railroad, then build
ing through one of tho western states,
starting at nowhere, and so far end
ing at nowhere.
This honor hau beon accorded Flan
agan, as It was to his efforts tho camp
wero Indebted for tho privilege of
celebrating. Flanagan had been In
tho country but four months, but that
was long onough to Imbibe the Amur
lean spirit, together with n generous
amount of red liquids, nnd when tho
foreman of gang two Intimated thnt
July 4 would not bo n holiday Flan
agan organized an opposition, and was
appointed n commlttco of ono to wait
on tho boss.
"Glntleniln and fellow pathrlots,"
began Flnnngan as ho fa?cd his audi
ence of railroad laborors gathered
from tho four corners of tho world.
" 'Tie not much of a spakor Is Flan
agan. Yez slnt me to seo th' boss,
an' sez I to th' boss, sc. I: 'It's. a flue
pathrlot yez aro to keep th' mln n
workln' when It's nttcndln' th' coun
try's wako they'd bo after doln'.
Sure,' says I, 'If 'tis slch us ye they
be makln' bosses ot 'tis a poor place
to be a-comln' to. Sure now,' sez I,
'there's Branngan as Is n-helptn' make
th' laws, an' Branagnn sez to me when
I come over: "Sure, Flanagan, an
It's no work you'll be doln on Fourth
o' July. 'Tls n day yo'll have off fer
takln' a bit of a dhrop with th' bys."
An' sure,' sez I to th boss, It's nary
n pick will Flanngan lift on thnt day.'
An', glntlemln nn' fellow pathrlots,
th' wako will bo hlld In th' cook tint."
The celebration of section 10 lasted
for three days, and was followed by
seven funernls on tho following Sun
day. It Is still referred to as a mo
morablo day In tho history of the Mis
sissippi & Western railroad.
One littlo, two little, thrco Httlo fingers;
Four little, llvo little, six littlo fingers;
Seven little, eight little, nlno littlo fingers;
" Ten lltlo fingers on two hands.
Cannon cracker fired off, thon thcro wero nlno;
Nigger chnsor shot off, then thoro wero eight;
Torpedo oxplodcd. then thoro woro sovon;
Toy pistol blowed off, then there wero six;
Pin wheel flow around, thon thoro woro flvo;
Skyrocket whizzed off, then thoro weo four;
Roman candlo popped off, then thoro woro tliroo';
' Red flro flared off, then thoro woro two;
Flower pot wont off, took ono of those;
Pleco of punk burned out, saved tho last ono.
Ten little, nlno little, eight littlo fingers;
Sovcn littlo, six little, llvo littlo lingers;
Four littlo, three little, two Httlo fingers;
But ono good finger on two hands.
Tho signing of the Declaration of
Independence at Philadelphia on July
4, 1776, meant more to tho world than
tho breaking of tho bonds botwron
Groat Britain and a rebellious colony
across tho seas. Tho establishment ot
i government by tho people nnd for
tho people meant nn object lesson for
the nations of tho old world which has
had Its effect on every day cf history
slnco that Important evotit.
It marked tho downfall ot absolut
ism, of tyranny, of the 'Vllvlno right
of kings," of tho governing of men
"by will and plensure."
It defined tho Ina'.lennbla -IghtB of
man in tho Immnrfit phrasp- 'life, lib
erty and tho pursuit of happiness."
Those words havo been tho battU
cry of many peoples. Thoy hao on
couraged tho races of Europe and tht
oast In tho battles against oppression
and tyrannical govornmonts, ono nftot
another havo gono down beforn thorn
Thoy aro to-day tho rallying cry oi
tho oppressed of Russia "life, Hbertj
and tho pursuit of happiness."
These words are tho rock on whlct
the Declaration of Independence wnt
founued. Thoy are tho rock on which
our government Is founded. So lonu
as wo keop them as the rallying crj
of tho nation government by the peo
ple for tho p'iop!o will live.
1 iMnaMaBBMBBaaaa"aBa"BaaBaa4 il
Investment Worthy I
Moot; put In ttM bonk bring" a tow rat ot B
Interest, tmtli generally ifa. Therort, bow- pH
ever, other lnTeitments eqaaUr at tare and H
mora producllr. Wa llita lull llneof thafol- B
IowIqk "locks." and recommend tnenf to jour m
notice, flrmlr imlleTlnv that ai a leourltr giving B
adequate retulte to tho Investor ther cannot be
McCormlck. mower, btnderft, headera, reapera
Internailoual Harvesters and Utd Tag Mod-
lnir twine and roj.
Q. S. (.ream Separator!.
K. liters & liru. aod Ited Jacket pump. w ,
Oliver Deere l'lows. W B
Ualn A. Cooper Wagons. '
1. U. Co. gasoline engines for all purpose!. H
J. 1. Case thresblDit machines, engines and
Th most complete line ot light vehicle of- iVJ
ferrd at anr point west or Chicago.
"Kambler' automobiles demonstrated for m
durabllltr,peefiamlulllcllmbliiir propensities m
The farmer, rancher, slock-ralser and the
public generally are Invltod to loiecl our list
of "stocks" at Salt Lake Cltv, Ogilen and Logan.
Utah, Idaho ('alls and Uontpeller, Idaho, and
at tb tblrtr additional stores we have located
at different points 111 Utah, Idaho, Wyoming
Correspondence addressed to the above point H
nearest located to jour resldenoo or shipping
point Insures quick replj. H
Ourgenoral office at Salt Lake City villi be
losed at 1 p. m. Saturday from now until Sept.
1st. Inclusive, owing to the fact that railroad
will not receive rrelglil arter that hour.
Sunday during the barteet season a force of
men are at work from lUa. m. until! p.m. fill-
Vac orders for machlno extra. Telephone us,
Independent 130 and 16.1, Hell 1C3, during the
bour named. HJ
Watchman on the premise nightly. BJ
Consolidated Wagon I
& Machine Company I
Leading Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho PI
George T. Odcll, General Manager jj
JOS. '.SMITH. W. S. MOOORNIOK. H
nasioiNT. vioa naiDiNT H
MBLVIN D. WBLLS, SIOHBTAnr.
DON'T YOU BUY I
Where you can cct tlio best good forth B
lowest price? That Is th principle H
that makes our store the best- gH
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Union Assay Office I
M. a. HANauin. . o. box taae ' HI
ft. v. dibr. sair Lam oity, utN M
TAKE PORTABLE HOUSES.
Iron Homes Now Go aa Part of tJae H
Equipment cf Camping; M
Chicago Is not only furnishing thi H
thousand and one resorts In Michigan M
ind Wisconsin with people enough to M
afford a living, but It Is sondlne to , ( M
lake and mountain tho portablo houses - M
to llvo In, says the News. Nowadays M
when a Chlcagoan makoi roady to go U
away on his vacation, literally ho may H
(old up an Iron house and steal away M
rrhere there Is nothing but forests M
and fish. He may almost put his M
:abln in his suit case. M
A Ravenswood man Is at work on M
tho portablo cabins. The frames ot M
the cabins nro mnde of anglo bars, M
and tho sides and tho roof aro of cor- M
rugated galvanized Iron. Some of the H
Iron houses aro planned with six H
rooms and a latticed porch. They Vfl
weigh from a ton up nnd cost from H
1125 to fSOO. They are scrowed to-
tether on tho grassy sward to tea H
that every part fits nil right, and then H
they nro taken apart and shipped la H
tho knockdown. The other day one H
Df the Chicago Iron cabins was shipped H
DUt to the Grand Canyon of tho Colo- H
rado, and another will bo sat up on H
one of tho mountain sides of Estes H
park, Colorado. Etch cabin Is fitted H
rvlth a good floor and other eon- H
renlcnces. It an owner becomes. H
weary of a locality ho may ake down H
his houso and moro away with It H
One ot theso cabins Is a veritable bomb H
proof, indeed It Is bear proof, for no Jt H
ipeclmen of tho bruin trlbo would b H
Iblo to eat his way Into one. H
Somo of the cabins are flitted with H
wooden sides, but whether they ara ot H
Iron or wood they have windows and H
tood-flttlng doors, H
LOW RATES EAST. I
Via 8alt Lake Route, Utah'a Moet I
Popular Road. H
For Elks' convention, Donvor, Colo- I
rado. Extremely low rates for the
round trip. Tickets on sale July 14th I
and ICth, good to return thirty days. H
Bee agents Salt Lako Route.
Strange Sequel of a Cream. H
A remarkable story of a dream li I
Reported from Penge, England. Mrs I
Howling, of Maple road, Pcnge, en I
Thursday dreamed that hor 11-year- I
old daughter had been washed ashor. I
at Hastings and that tho body was r I
moved on a tarpaulin. I
On Saturday tho child was run ovei I
by a pantechnicon close to her home, I
and the wheels went over her chns' I
causing very serious Injuries. Sb4 I
was picked up by some porsons wh I
witnessed the Incident, placed on a I
tarpaulin and romoved to tho Deck j I
enham Cottage hospital, where Bhe lie. I
In a Tory serious condition. I
Hair and Insanity. I
According to Dr. Ilobart Langdon,
ays the Medical Times, only three
per rent, of the total number of Insane
people havs light hulr, Ills flguroa ara
obtained from CS asylums; 9G por cent
ot the Inmates were brunettes, with
either black or brown hair. In ont
asylum In New England thoro was not
a single Inmate that was not a bru