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I SUFFERED SEVEN YEARS
BiWith catarrhal Derangements of the
I jHChT Hundreds of Dollars
9 Jv99Hki Spent in YainPe
S9PVn; ru-na Cured.
I Jmt? ism mMTii,
LH 'ill i llaV " J fry ft fi ITmtt ff plHil
I I Miss Kate Brown
!S Miss Kato Brown, Recording Secre-
H tary of tlio L. C. I). Association of Kna
jH bus, In a letter from 60S N. Seventh St.,
H Kansas City, Iuinsas,.wvj's:
M "For seven years I have not known
mi i fvJtaf ft wms to spend a well day.
H l caught a sevoro cold which I neglected.
H " It was at the tlmo of menstruation and
H Inflammation set In and prostrated me.
K Catarrh of the kidneys and bladder fol-
S lowed,' my digestive organs gnvo way,
W In fact the cold diuarraned my whole
" spent hundreds of dollars with
m doctors and medicine, but derived but
m little benefit until I began treatment
wlthPeruna. I Ucpt talcing It for nearly
nine months before I was comptetsjy
I oured, but I hopl growing heifer gra'dil
m klly bo that I felt encouraged to continue
taking I'cruna until my healtli was re
stored. I send my thanks nnd blPRstngs
to you for Penina." Miss Kate Brown.
A neglected cold Is frequently tho
cause o! death.
It is more often, however, tho cause
of some chronic dltcate.
There is not an organ in the body but
what is liable to become seriously de
ranged by a neglected cold Diseases of
the kiduoys, bladder and digestive or
gans are all frequently the result of a
Hundreds of dollars exo spent on doc
tors and medlclni s trying to cure thest
diseases, but until the true cause ol
them is discovvrrd, there will be nc
use in using medicine.
Dyspepsia midlcinc, diarrhoea medi
cine and constipation medicine is of nc
good wlnitever when catarrh is thi
eausu The catnrrh must be treated
The caue being removed, the derange
ments will disappear.
Pet una cures catarrh of the dlgestiv
organs, the urinary organs or any ol
the internal orgnns.
I f you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Pcruno
write at once to Dr. Ilarltnan, giving (
(nil statement o.f your cmc. and ho will
be plcnrcd (6 give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilarlman, President ol
I The Ilartinan Sanitarium, Columbus.O.
I Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT f
W For the Allmonto e jc
1 mnr. hrses cows calves m2
I I&AST MULES SHEEP dO.EN MDEAST I
1 Mexican MUSTANG LINIMENT 1
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I' ..50 Cents May Make You a. Fortune..
For the email Investment of M cents vou may make an estimate, or irues, of th! total vote
which will be cust In November next for Conirro-smen In tho states of Utah. Idaho and Wyo
Bine. If you nro fortunate In calculating, nnd estimate nearest the exaot voto polled ynu will
be awarded tfiS.OOO. bbould you estimate the exact vote you will cam $10,000,
There are 1,488 Other Prizes Rnngim from $2 to 94.000.
Whore EIso Can You Get ns Good Investment?
1. The total vote at the last election was 177,609. What will It bo this year?
y&i AddreHK, Tribune Distribution Bureau, P. 0. Box 1298, Salt Lake City, Utah.
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I; jH I MOUSSES DAINTIES. gfe,
MDADCV NEW DISCOVERY: Blvej
IUI4eV0 W quick relief and cures wont
eases. Book of testimonials end 10 DAYB' treatment
H THE BEST I
mW A3 ASADILE COAT
BBSS - IT HAS NO EQUAL
SHOWIM rULl UNC or OARMlNTSANtiHATA
I A. J.TOrVCR CO.. BOSTON, MASS. 4
r WiM when
&VkvS!$SL 1' r011 inffer from anr
vMRBKblirNM of the renkneie or dl
DfejnyCTW. !? ut otiuned tir Ixnor
"IbiSEWvaD X auoe, e09Mor oontaflon
V85HlVs-'P V 1 - rou an tbe very pron
'ijmi I V w" wn '"' to-
Kl J We hare proved otir
im (i. w. (liciats. klll ipcurlnBttll Obronlo
dlaeeoe br pub U thing
Uioutandi of voliintitrj teitlDunlltcf boiue peo
pie. Klflnit namev. pleiuittttund uddreio.
We n I publUb our ouni In prlialo dlaeaaei
became It wuuld.beirajr ffee.
confldenoe. ileuoe we S'mSWaM
bate lo iiote ouraklll la J L
title elan of trounlea la J Warn!
anolLor f, 'I'liU la our . VgH
We cure you flrat and I pV
then aak a reaton- I 4g f
able fco when jou are I a Jkj.
cured. You rau de JV 9laaamif
Cud upon our wordtanr STtl'eJaePVRKiS
nk In Uiah willendorae JeaeVHBarraeSKl
Itlth IIMIldl Of palllMlla &Mi'intC&Vjmmmm
have eiidoncd ' a. w vlim --rraBeeeeri
we waut o a u re CZUL LrJlkWwS
you-with Ihv dlailnct S 9 IfWrWmo
en lorittuuitliiK that we I ' "u1-'
will not demand a fee im. a. J. anoxia,
nutll we cure (in Wu ....
cure IaiJIanhood. Horalnal Woanca, Varleocele
Bl'Oruiaiurrliuni. tlunorrbooa. Hyiihllla and all
weaki,ebo of men. t'oniullatlou and udrlce frev
by leiler or In person. Callur write.
WE CURE CATARRH
and all rtlacaaea of the Lunifa. Heart,
btomach, l.lvor. Kldnofa, llladdor. Mcrroa. Hkln.
iiralu, and all Cbronlo dloac of ineu, women aud
t a.m. to 4 p.m. I
I bunrtiiM and IlolldarilOtOll.
. , DRS. SHORES SH0RXS,
J( BXPirtT SPECIALISTS.
.rON BLOCK. 36 W, Second So. St
ALT LAKE CITY.
$3 & $32 SHOES S
W. L. Douqlat shoes art the standard of the world.
Mt. I.. Donirlaa made and Hold more men's flood.
year Helt (Hand Kaned l'roctas) ahoei in the flrit
alx month of 1110:! th-in any other manufacturer.
W I UiUUU ran dliprore thl atatenirnt.
W.L. DOUGLAS $4 SHOE8
"cannot BE EXCELLED.
.W.U5t. U,l03,820 1 Wii'ZH.. J2.310.000
) Best Imported and American leathers, HeiI't
Patent Calf. Enamel, Bit Calf, Calf, Vlcl Kid, Corona
Colt, Nat. Kangaroo. Fnat Color EyelcU used,
Cnitilnn ! The eenulne haveW. I DOUOIAB
bauttuu nam and price atamped on bottom.
Shoes III mail, 2Se. extra, lltus. Catalog fret.
W. L. DOUOLAS, BROCKTON, MACS.
Mad tilth Uhret-Crotvn VaUlnJ
Quality hlith. Every can guaranteed to bo
equal to tho beat on tho market, or money ro
funded. I'rlco rlifht S5o per round,
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
When Answering ndvertisement&Klndlu
' Mention This Papers
THIS IS HARD TO BEAT.
Mr. Duncan of Kentucky Has a Mm
That Has Laid a Petrified Egg.
William MeKco Duncan of Knmfojd
has n hun tlirtt lias rcachotl thu atone,
ago She lays petrified egRS.
It would seem that tho etono tue.
llko tho second childhood, comes on
unexpectedly. In fttct, the alarm! n
eccentricity In this particular pro
ducer of eggs developed only three dl y
ago. Up to that time her schedule 1 ml
l'fn ono a day and they set tho clot.lt!
Ii- her. Then, fivo days ago, for th-i
ilrst time, sho was late. Tho lawyer
missed his car and tho- whole ho.is-i
After noon tho 8 o'clock egg arrit d.
Tho hen cackled its though sho 1 ad
really done something to ho ptoud ol--something
that no otiTer hen had eviet
done before. So sho had, but tley
din not discover It until latoi.
Tho egg was Intended for uso Jo;
supper. Then tho egg was bioken, at
least tho outer shell was Vno:ked off.
Tho Inner part did not breal;. TJ ey
worked on It with a spoon it knlfn. ft
chisel; soma suggested a l.D.Mliet cud
an axe, but ctill tho oval hi up hold
solid. It was petrified.
Mr. Duncan is watching lilt chovco
bird solicitously. Ho oxpottii In tho
courso of tho next fw day to havo
the feathered wonder carol ully exam
ined, for ho is suro that ho can prove
by nny number of scientist that this
Is tho only and original descendant
and mlnlatiiro rcproductioi of tho
ancient roc. Ills Kentucky friends are
advising tho lawyer to start a quarty.
HE SHOT THE HAT.
A Custom In Oklahoma That Savta
Time In a Sandstorm.
"A whole lot of Ideas with which wo
grow up change when wo get Into an
other country," said a Now York man
who his Just como back from a three
months' trip In tho Southwest. "Now,
ono of tho things wo havo heard of
all our lives is that It a man's hat
blows off ho Is a fool to run after It,
for thoro Is always somebody around
polite enough to pick It up and hand
It to tho owner, If ho has to walk a
block to do it.
"I havo seen It done. I havo read
about it moro times than I havo had
"But It Is not tho custom at Reno,
Oklahoma. I was sitting on tho voran
da of tho hotel in that town, watching
tho various articles which ono of thoso
sandstorms whirled through tho air.
"Tho hat of a citizen was raised
and carried against a placo on tho oth
er stdo of the street. A strapping fel
low, who had been picking his teeth
with a match, whipped out a navy ro
volver and fired a shot at tho hat,
nailing It to tho fence.
"Tho owner camo up, pulled tho hat
from its Impalement, waved his band
at tho man on the veranda and pro-1
cecded on his way.
" 'It saves time runnln' after It,' said
tho man on tho veranda, 'and It don't
hurt tho hat.' "
CRAIG AND THE PRESIDENT.
Points 'of Similarity Between Two
A typical soldier of fortune was
"Dig Bill" Craig, tho secret servlco
man who was killed near PlttsQeld
whllo riding In the coach with tho
President and party, that met with so
sorlous an accident. It Is told that
Craig was the only secret servlco. man
that the President In his innate dis
tasto of dependence of any kind would
tolcrato about him.
Theodora Roosevelt liked Craig, not
alono becauso ho was a physical giant,
not becauso ho had served In tho
Household Guards of England's Queen,
nor yet becauso ho Was of tho famous
"Black .Watch" In tho Soudan and
went to tho relief of Gordon. All these
things were incidents to tho fact that
Craig was a man after Roosevelt's own
heart, bent upon doing, and doing as
well and as hard us nature allowed.
An Incident of the President's trip
may bo recalled here. It was during
a reception in a Vermont town. In
tho middle of tho reception the lights
went out. With tho rush of darkness
a big form seemed to envelop Presi
dent Roosevelt and two strong arras
thrust back tho pcoplo In a manner
that led to but ono conclusion that no
ono would como near, oxcept after
passing 13111 Craig. And no ono passed.
Two well-known olllclals, ono of tho
state and tno other of the city, whllo
warm friends, occasionally get into
nrguments as to tho proper pronoun
elation of words. ho other night tho
word "isolato" was used by tho city
man, who pronounced It with tha ac
cent on -tho "1" as "I-solato," whoro
upon tho stato man Immediately "but
ted In" wltn "Oh, nd, no't 1-solatc, but
Is-olate." "Why, you'ro bughouse," ro
jolnod tho "I" man. "Common senso
ought to teach you that you aro
wrong. Just look at what tho word
means Ico, that Is frozen, which is
to be a dead ono, that Is of no ac
count, I mean out of commission, or
put away beck, see?" "No, I'll bo
hanged If I do, nor anyono olso,"
shouted tho state man. Then a pained
look enmo ovor tho faca of tho city
man, and with gcntlo pity ho Bald:
"You ought not to neod a plio-drlvor
or an axo. I'll spetl It for you phonet
ically. Ico-o-lato. Ice, do you catch
on 7 Frozen put away, eh?"
"Oh, rats!" ycllod Bowon, "let's
havo some vlchy and milk," and Will
Thoro Is a wide dlfforcnco between
iho real and the professional working
man, and It is ulways In favor of the
HOW TO TIE KNOTS.
New Feature for Entertainment fot
the House-Bound People.
An artlclo in Pearson's ou "Knotty
Problems," written by Arthur Ban
Aeld, gives a clever Idea for a now
"foaturo" at an evening entertain
ment. ''A knot-making contest would bo
something new In tho way of an
ovcnlng's cntartainmot. Let each of
tho guests bo furnished with a plcco
of small ropo of sultnblo length, and
with Illustrations and descriptions of
tho knots to bo mado. Slmplo prizes
could bo awarded to those who make
tho most knots correctly wltltln a
given time, and a 'booby' prlzo to the
one, or ones for thcro would quite
likely bo a number who stumlllo
Into mnklng 'grannies.'
"Tho only qualifications nocded
for 'tho granny' Is total Ignoranco of
tho art and science of knot-making,
Lay the end of tho two pieces of rope
together, and well Just knot them.
There you have your 'granny.' Put
prossuro on tho rope, aud ono of two
things will happen; cither tho knot
will slip until the ends aro passed
and you aro as you wcro, or clso the
knot Is drawn together so fcarftill)
tight that It seems as If no pawci
on earth will possibly untlo It.
"Knot-making Is a pleasant and
useful hobby, and a liberal education
to those who aro naturally cliimsj
with their hands. Uvcry one should
learn at least tho simplest knots."
Coming Woman Sculptor.
Miss Grace Sulzor of Albuquerque,
N. M., has boen awarded tho placo of
honor In this year's exhibit of stu
dents' work at the Chicago Art Instl
tute. Sho Is legarded by competent
Judges as a sculptor of much promise.
Dypepli bnne of humnn exlatenco.
Burdock Wood Bittern curea It, promptly,
permanently, llogututoj aud lonoa tuo
Electric Railway a Success.
Tho experimental electric rail un
derground railroad In Paris has been
so successful that two Important
branches will bo. added to It during
tho current year.
I It n burnt Uso Dr. Tlioraaa' Eeleetrlo
Oil. A cut I Uoo Dr. Tliouihd' Kcloctilo Oil.
At your druRxUU.
Cut In Two to Save Life.
Toronto Burgeons aro proud of at
unparnllolcd feat performed In No
vembor last at the Toronto hospital
Tho patient, a laborer, was suffering
from spreading gangrcno which nt
fected both legs and must InfalllLil)
havo proved fatal In a very short
tlmo. Tho only liopo was to cut oft
both logs. It was not a moro caso o:
amputation. Tho whole of tho thlghi
had to be removed, the hip bono!
being separated at tho upper Joints
and tho ncrvo branches destroyed
Tho pan was. In fact, cut In halves.
The operation was a brilliant sue
IN A BAD WAY.
Night after night with rest and
deep broken by urinary troubles.
Painful passages, frequent calls of
nature, retention, mako tho day rs
mlsorablo as tho night.
Man, woman or child with any
wrong condition of tho bladder aud
klndcys Is In n bad way.
Don't delay 'till dangerous Diabetes
conies. Cure tho trouble before It set
tles Into llrlght's Disease.
Read how certain nro tho cures of
Doan's Kidney Pills and how they
John J. Scharschug, n retired farm
er, residing at" 474 Concord St.,
Aurora, 111., says: "Thrco years ago
I was a sufferer from backacho and
other kidney disorders, nnd for
months exhausted all my knowlcdgo
of medlciuo In an endeavor to obtain
relief. Doan's Kidney Pills cured me,
and tlmo has not diminished my esti
mation of this preparation. Not only
did Doan's Kidney Pills cure mo nt
that time, but although over thrco
years havo elapsed thoro has not been
a symptom of a recurrence of the
trouble. I consider this proparatlon
to bo a wonderful kidney remedy and
Just as represented."
A KRKB TRIAL of this great Kid
noy mcdlclno which cured Mr. Schnr
Bchtig will bo mailed on application to
any part of tho United Stntes. Ad
dress Kostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y. For salo by all druggists, prlco 60
conts per box.
Angel-Face Invisible After Dark.
Last week an east side boy went
calling after 9 o'clock at night, and
tho old man met him nt tho door In
his nighty, and wonted to know what
wns wanted at that tlmo of night.
After this tho boy will call before sun
down. Emporia Gazette
I am auro rio's Curo for Consumption aaved
my llto thrco yearn ntro. Mrs. Thus. lUiimws.
Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y., I'eb. 17, 19W.
Improve Lot of Cripples.
Tho London Hospital, referring to
tho Introduction of laco making In a
Crlples' Home aud Industrial School
for Girl3, says tho pupils proved
rcmnrkably apt and woro delighted
with tholr now task-.
StopH tho CotiRti and
Works OAT tho Cold
Laxative Brouio QuIulnoTnbleta. Price 23a.
Horace Greeley's Wit.
A recently published pamphlet ro
calls tho old dlsputo of two frlcndr
as lo whether tho word "nows" was
singular or plural. They telegraphed
to Mr. Greeley the question: "Are
thoro any news?" and ho promptly
Hashed back the answer: "Not a now."
InTra. TVInslnw'a HoottilnR Myron.
For children teethtnK, softens thRKums, rcdurcs ta
flainniatlon, allaj a pain, cures wind colic. 25c a UotUe.
The Law In Mississippi,
Mississippi's twenty-two legal
hnnglngs thin year la called by ono
paper a "ghastly though credltablo
exhibit." During tho samo period
thcro have been but four lyncbtngs
In tho state.
v ,. y OARBOLIO SALVE Jfl
.jyr will prevent blood WM
CVl poisoning in Outs, 9H
v ill Wounds, Sores.
j Bruises, and heal -B
them, too, 25 cents. TB
Would you have v t'W
TOOTIIAOHE for Z "
15 cents? Our Jap- NjVl 9
ancso Tooth Acho w'viTl
Drops will rid you i '
of both. N jM
v r, y DeOOSTAS LIVER
Z, PILLSis Hoalth
Cxm Insuranco for
S '' 25 cent3 a policy. H
Xfx What is your health '
' x worth?
All Lung Diseases . rj H
start with a cough. . Ju H
If you will cough up r x M H
a quarter for a hot- S y'1 H
tie of Cough Balsam I . H
you'll stop coughing ' H
Cv -r y Japanese Corn Cure H
xZx wi" rld vou of a H
m dozen CORNS for a
XX,U quarter. Which do
I N. you love the best H
S corns or quarter? H
all onuaaiaTS on storks imam
OR DIRECT FROM I I I I I Imam
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SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH ?
FOR BOARDERS DAY SCHOLARS
CONDUCTED BY H
THIS MARI8T FATHERS H
Classical, Commercial and Scientific Course. ' H
I'repuralury Department for Younger Uoyi, , H
Military Prill by an Army Of.lcrr. H
l'tiyslcul Culture by nn ciporlenced Profee-. ' H
lor; splendid OvmnaMum facilities. H
The lien mldltlon lion In progress will sdit H
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Ices. I-'or further particulars, apply to FH
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