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H ' CEDAR CITY, UTAH.
B' ' UTAH STATE NEWS.
BBBhJS Nick Haworth wns not executed on
Bj tin) ICtli, a stiiy of execution being so-
BBBBj ) ,'
BBBpBi A pcrnmnont organization of tho
BBBBl . Draper Commcrclnl club was perfected
BBBBJ Niels Morton I'ctoison, tho pioneer
BBBBB ot all pioneers of Itichflcld, is dead, at
n the ago
BBBBfl Tho ntiRlnccrltig rorpa on tho
Hl J-camliiRton citt-orf vm Boon uo
BBBBfl t through with that work.
JBBBB Tho OlHtnnco to Los Angeles frruu
BBBBjf Salt Lnho by tho futuro Snn Pedro
mi ok& lasaid to bo 780 miles.
BBBBJ; The Hlnck Hawk war veterans of
BBBBJ Kphrulm aro maldug arrangements for
BBBBJi ", tH"o perfection of an organization.
BBVaVaUt r ' Wcr rc'CC(llnB to tno lowest point
M ? on record, tho water level of the Orcat
BBBBF' Is a't I'dlto mis again begun to rise.
jBBI Ibapali, the Indian who beat his
BBBfl father to death last August In defensu
Hi of his mother, has been granted a par
E!li. ..Another big rnbbblt hunt lo being
Hf arranged for betwen tho sportsmen
BftW of Mt. Pleasant and Kphrnlm. It Is
Br understood tho hunt will be for a $200
Verna Raymond, aged 20, Is in jail
HBi in Salt I-nko City witn a chnrgo ot
BBi ' burglary (lied ngalnnt her. It Is
claimed sho entered a man's room nnd
H " stolo ?47 from his clothing.
A rabbit hunt was held at West
JBb ." Yober last week, resulting In tho
JBl 'j, death of C85 bunnies. T. j losing side,
PJH- beaten by Ave rabbits, put up a ban.
BBj ' quct and onll at tho West Weber
Hfta No track will bo laid on tho Learn.
BflJ ington cut-Ci beyond Stockton until
BflJ the weather pormlts, excopt that lit.
HBa tlo stretch from tho present terminus
HBl to tho station at Stockton, which is
HBl to bo tho next terminus.
IBl It Is extremely probablo that tho
HBl licensed physicians of the stnto will
HBa soon tako action to secure legislation
HBl prohibiting such persons as they dcs.
"H Ignato "quacks" from carrying on any
Aflj further business In tho state.
HBl je Tho Wasatch Anchor Fenco com-
IH pony has filed articles of lncorpora.
H"- tioc. Tho company Is being organized
for tho purpose of supplying Utnhns
HH with steel. Iron aniUwood fences to
HBf V IKTho fjRiual poultrfljshow of the
HBl, Utah Poultry association way held In
V Bait Lnko City last week. While the
! number of birds on exhibition was not
HBi as groat as in previous years, the ox.
HH hlbltlon was a very creditable one.
HH Bcllo Wolfloy, tno cloven-yenr-old
HH daughter ot a widow living near Mur-
HBt ray, met death In a horrlblo manner
! last weok. Sho was watering, tho fam-
BBJ ily cow and had tied tho picket roap
j around her waist, when tho cow bo.
Bflj carao frightened nnd dragged tho child
Bflt" Sfor over lmlf a m". death ensuing
BflJ an hour later.
H -, Oscar Johnson, aged 13, enmo near
PBg ' being burned to death at Pleasant
! Grove last week. Ho was taking
! jjr, part In an ontertalnmont, his dress
! . being composed of a quantity of cot-
Jmb Va ton batting. Another boy nppllcu a
! lighted match to tho cotton, Young
flHl Johnson bolng severely burned before
HBf tho flames wero extinguished.
HBl , During 1902 over 250 stato patents
HBl . ( to lands wero Issued by tho board of
HHbTT"""' ""land commissioners. In eight counties
Bflj' .lands wore oft'ered for salo at nuc-
P tlon, as follows: Rich, 41,727.64 acres;
PH Carbon, 32,513.. 8; Sanpeto, 8,217.1C;
Ciranu, is,723.77; Morgan, 31,774.70;
B Juab, SC.474.83; Pluto, 3C.2C1.44; Salt
m Lake, 18,052.72.
H' Euos Driggs, tho boy who set fire
H to Oscar Johnson's clothes at l'Jcas.
R ' nnt OroVo, had a hearing beforo Jus.
H e tlco J. L. Harvy at that placo, and
V was found guilty of assault and son-
Hft tenced to fifteen "days in tho county
HP Tho report ot tho board of commls-
Fl ' sloncrs ot tho stnto lnsano asylum
1 shows tho number of patients in that
B ' institution November 30, was 17S; a-
BBft '( . mltted during December, 4; dia-
HBV, I Tcharsed, 3; died, 8; remaining Do.
cember 31, 108.
! f A young man who registered as
JHj ' Sullivan, but whoso namo Is bollovcd
BH( to bo Strelgiit, suicided In a Salt Lako
B lodging houso last week, taking an
PHH orerdbso of morphine. Ho was a
PVB I stranger in tho town and no causo Is
PVH t- known for tho deed.
,f Whllo aUoucflfty ot tho male stu.
pVB ,. . dents of tl(cS:igham Young o'.domy
jB at Provo wore working In thg.gym.
HB ( naalum, a sneak thief entered tho
BD '-' dressing room and went through bcv.
BH i eral pockets,, securing nearly $100.
BBJ ' Ono younh man lost 65.
BBB) The anifual report of William II,
BBBJ I Jones, Jr., superintendent of tno Salt
BBBj ,7 "a Lako county Infirmary, rUov, that
BBBJ M) during tho year there wero twenty
VJ " m leatllB rtt- tlmt lnat'tntlon, ns agalns'
BBJ ml twenty.sevcn .during 1901, thlrty-nlnt
BlvJ m J" 100' ar'rt -lrty'lu 1S9tf
TILLMAN'8 VICTIM DEAD.
Editor Qonxales Succumbs to Assas
After four days of Buffering, death
enmo shortly nftcr noon Monday lo
Narclso doner aoti7ales. editor of tho
Columbia Stato, who was shot Inst
Thursday by Lieutenant Governor
James II. Tillman. Mr. Oonznlew was
unconscious when tho end came. His
wlfo his three brothers, his Bisters,
members of the. editorial staff of the
State, nnd tho surgeons were present.
A few moments tacfero tho end camo
it was known nil over Columbia.
There Is no apparent anger, no dls.
play of excitement, but nn unnatural
quiet Is noticeable throughout tho
Soon Hftor tho denth of Mr. Gon
zales n telephdno mcBBago cnrrlod tho
news to Captain Sllgh. tho county
Jailer, nnd ho npprlsod Colonel Till
man. It Is stated that tho latter re
ceived tho Information without any
expression or betokening any emotion.
THIS MOB WAS FOILED.
Attempt to Lynch a Prisoner Prevent
ed by Cool. Headed Sheriff.
A special from Perry, In., sayB that
300 men gathered at tho Jail In that
city. Monday night nnd attempted to
lynch Stephen Crandall, who was ar
rested as a suspect In connection with
tho shooting of Harry Patte, tho bank
cashier, Sunday morning. Hopes wore
secured nnd preparations mndo to
hang Crandall. At the request of tho
mayor tho local militia company was
caled out to guard tho Jail. Whllo
tho excited crowd was preparing to
deal out summary Justice, Sheriff
Holmes mnnnged to Bplrlt tho pris
oner nwny and took him to Adel,
where ho waB placed In tho county
COULDN'T WAKE QIRL8.
Pennsylvanlan Gets Into Trouble Try
ing to Solve Servant Girl Problem.
P. Langdon, a hotel proprietor of
Wllkcsbarro, Pn., has been nrralgncd
beforo Magistrate Donohuo, charged
w 1th breaking down tho door of a
room occupied by ono of his ser
vants, named nicklchc. In his defense
Langdon said ho had much trouble
getting servants up theso cold morn
ings. Tho prosecutrix said she was a
sound slcoper, and had no objections
to tho " defendant tearing down his
own property, but sho did object to
his profanity. Tho magistrate fined
tho hotel man 67 cents for swrwrlng,
nnd then told him to buy a patent ar
rangement, which automatically ousts
servant girls from their beds.
SHOT DEAD iN HCME.
.Spokane Girl MuWfBed BecauteShe
almost Instantly killed Monday morn
ing at Spokane, Wash by Ed Spencer,
who then shot hlmsftlf and Is now in
tho hospital. Tho tfagedy took place
at the homo of Sldnoy Schulcln, where
tho girl waB employed as a domestic.
There woro no witnesses, but letters
loft by Sponccr indicate that the
crime was committed becnuso tho girl
would not marry him. He Is expected
to dlo In a fow hours.
Quay Will Fight for the Statehood
Tho senate in executive session
Monday listened to tho rending of tho
Cubnn reciprocity treaty and nn or
dor waB mado making It public. The
trenty did not clnBh with tho state
hood bill, but Senator . Quay lias
served notlco on Senator Cullom, In
charge of tho treaty, that every day at
2 o'clock ho will Insist that tho state
hood bill shall bo considered. It
would roqulro n vote to tako tho sen.
nto out of executive session if the
friends of tho trenty Insisted.
Love and Liquor Caused Death.
A. W. Barrett, former secretary of
tho United States legation at Caracas,
Venezuela, nnd brothor of former Con
gressman W. 13. Barrett of Massachu
setts, committed Rulcido in Washing
ton, Monday, 'shooting himself through
tho heart. In a letter which ho left
tho sulcldo laid his misfortunes pri
marily to liquor and to his Infatuation
for a marrlod woman older than him
self, on whom ho spout al his money.
His wlfo loft him last August, nnd
Blnco then he had gono to tho dogs
Piatt id Renominated.
Tho Joint Republican caucus Mon
day night at Albany, N. Y., nominated
Thomas C. Plott to succeod himself as
United States senator by n vote of 108
to 1 for Ellhu Root, tho lattor cast by
Assemblyman William A. Dennlson of
Jefferson. Every member present,
with tho exception of Mr. Dennlson,
voted for Mr. Plott without commont.
Tho Domncrntlc senators and nsscm.
bly hold their caucus and unanimous
ly nominated John II. Stnnchflold of
Elmlra as their candidate for United
The Throttie Valve Blew Out.
Flvo men werp so badly Injured by
nn explosion at the Carnegie worliB at
Duquesno, Pa., that It is believed all
will dlo. The throttle valvo of a sta
tionary engine used to oporato a coal
cruBhor blew out and tho bovou men
who woro In tho engine houso at tho
tlmo wero badly Bcnlded by escaping
step in, and some of thorn wero badly
cut and bruised. Joseph Cnrey, the
night foreman, was one of the worst
injured, b.ilng cut nbout the hpad and
badly scalded over tho body.
TREATMENT ACCORDED AMERI.
CANS BY FILIPIN08.
Sticks Driven Into Man's Body and He
Wat Slowly Roasted, His Body
Being Thrown to the Hogs.
At tho continuation of tho trial of
Major Edwin U. Glenn of tho Fifth in
fantry, who is charged with unlawfully
killing seven prisoners of war in Sa
mar, a Spaniard who wob at ono tlmo
held prisoner by tho Insurgents tcstL
fled that whllo ho was confined at tho
licndquartcrs of General Lukeuam In
Samar In May of 1900, ho saw an
American prisoner roasted to death.
Tho Spanlnrd said Btlckfl wero
driven into tho man's body and ho
was slowly turned ovur until dead.
Tho body was thon left to bo devoured
by hogs. Ho did not know the man's
nnmo, but thought ho was an officer.
Several officers and men wero cap
turcd or missing In Samar In 1900, and
tho victim Is bollovcd to havo beon ot
Other witnesses rovclwed tho Bal.
anglga, Qandnra and Catublg massa
cres. Tho defense produced a letter
written by tho Insurgent leader, Quo.
vcrra, in which ho admitted that tho
Balanglga massacre wob contrary to
tho laws of warfare.
BOY CAU8ES A WRECK.
Displayed Wrong Signal and a Collis
Through tho alleged intcrfcrcnco ot
a messonger boy, a wreck was caused
on tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad east
of Cumberland, Md., in which foui om.
ploycs of tho Baltimore & Ohio rail:
road woro killed nnd thrco Injured.
Tho wreck was duo to the display
ing of n false signal, giving n clear
track for castbound passenger train
No. 10, when In tho next block ahead
there was standing on tho track n en.
booso nnd two engines. Tho passen
ger train was drawn by two engines,
and theso crashed through tho cabooso
and engines which obstructed tho
It is charged that a messenger boy
nnmed Tumor, who was in tho block
tower when No. 10 camo along, and,
hearing tho engineer's whlstlo for
clear tracks, pulled a lover, giving him
a clear signal. Tho operator had, It is
explained, provlousiy set tho signal at
danger. Whllo his attention was be
ing devoted to communicating with
tho block station, tho boy, it is alleged,
pulled tho lover that gavo tho onconu
,1ns train tho signal that it had a clear!
i n ,,fjn i i 'mVih4iii i J
wis not aVarepl what was" aonTjQli3
tho crash camel X J
NOTHING IN IT.
Cuban Army Has No Intention of Re.
uniting to Secure Back Pay.
Tho manifesto which was issued in
Havana, Friday, setting forth that tho
liberating army ot Cuba will not watt
later than March for tho completion
ot tho work ot payment of tho soldiers,
and that if longer tlmo Is asked tho
army will reunite and occupy every
town from Point Maysl to Capo San
Antonio,, pacifically, was an anony
mous ono. Goncral Gomez and the
other generals havo expressed thorn
solves as being porfectly satisfied with
the attitude of tho Cuban government
regnrdlng the payment of tho army.
Gomez is still revising tho lists of
those who are entitled to pay.
CRITICISE CUBAN TREATY.
Reciprocity Treaty Does Not Please
Our English Friends.
At a special meeting of the Liver
pool chamber of comraerco, called to
conaldor tno proposed treaty between
tho United States and Cuba, It was an
nounced that Foreign Secretary Lons
downo would receive Important depu
tations from tho various chambers of
commorco of tho United Kingdom on
January 22nd, for tho purpose of dis
cussing tho matter.
Tho speakers strongly criticised the
trenty as practically shutting out other
nntions from trading with Cuba.
Women Mad at Kipling.
Rudyard Kipling has dpcllnod to per.
mlt tho Ladles Relief Society of Oak
land, Cal., to publish a calendar con.
talnlng oxcerpts fiom his works. Th
calondar was to havo been sold for the
financial benefit of the Old Ladles'
homo at Aldcn. Tho prominent so
ciety women vho comprleo tho so.
"lety, sifi v.'oll as tho professors of tb
University of California, who revised
die chosen quotations, aro much on.
noyed nt Mr. Kipling's curt refusal by
:abIo to permit thd conMimniution ot
tholr vharltablo work.
Bolomen Attacked Wrong Men.
Constabulary Inspector Fletcher,
while traveling hIoiio in the province
ot Albay, Luron, was attacked by thlr
ty bolomen. Mcu-ner killed flvo of
h'.t opponents, Imi was himself wound
ed. Ho ('Heaped and lormed a party
which put sued the bolouieu, ooitouk
them and Killed six more.
Death sentence lin.i been imposed
upon one of the nativoH who murderiul
flvo Amencun soldlein In tike ceinq.
tcry at lilnnngonan, Luzon, on Decora,
tlon day of last year.
GERMANS HAD TO WITHDRAW.
Attack Venezuelan Fort and Are Given
Tho German cruiser Panther shelled
Fort San Cnrlos, at tho cntranco to
Lako Maraculbo, Venezuela, Saturday,
for ono hour. Tho fort returned the
flro with four guns. Tho Panther with
drew in tho direction of Curacno. Fort
San Carlos Is twenty-two miles from
Maracalbo, und commands tho on.
tranco to tho lake, or Inner bay.
General Hello, tho commander ol
tho fort, says: "Yesterday nftornoon
nt 12:30, Fort San Carlos wns attack,
ed and shelled without any provocn.
tlon on our part, without previous no.
tlflcntlon or tho delivering of an ulti
matum, by tho German cruiser Pan
ther, w ch tried to force tho entrance.
After a fight lasting an hour, during
which the fort iwcd only four guns,
tho Panther wns obliged to abandon
tho fight and retreated In tho direc
tion of Curacao. Tho fort suffered no
damage, and only thrco men wero
There havo been populnr demon
strations In tho streets ns a result of
the shelling of the fort.
DEATHS ON RAILWAYS.
Number of People Killed and Injured
In Tnree Months.
A statement prepared by tho inter
state commerce commission Dhows
that during the thrco months ended
September 30, 1902, thoro wero 263
persons killed nnd 2,613 Injured In
train accidents. Other kinds of acci
dents, Including thoso sustained by
employees whllo at work and by pus
scngers in getting on or oft enre, etc.,
brings tho total number of casualties
-up to 12,007, tho killed numbering 845.
nnd tho Injured 11,162. During tho
thrco months covered by tho state
men the traffic of a largo majority of
the rallroau"lmS been heavier than
over before, neccssltiitl'ng lh"o" em
ployment of now men in train and
Tho total number of collisions and
derailments was 2,448, of which 1,4'44
were collisions and 1,014 derailment,
of which 51 collisions and 92 derail,
ments affected passenger trains. Tha
damage to cars, engines and roadway
by theso accidents amounted to ?2,-198.000.
PLAGUE AT MAZATLAN.
There Have Been 107 Deaths Since
'incro nave uccn ivi ucams irom
the plaguo sluco January 1. Tho
deaths on tho 16th numbered seven,
and many new cases aro reported. The
number of wooden hospitals burned is
100. Two coaches In which plaguo
fitrieken people sought to cscapo from
Ibl city wll bo burnod.
"omo sanitary inspectors entered tho
houso and took possession of the
corpse, and tho young man wns sent
to tho department of observation. His
wlfo and alater woro absent at tho
tlmo of tho inspector's visit and Boon
nftorwnrd disappeared, fearing thny
would bo taken to tho lazaretto. TIiIh
morning ono of tho women wns found
dead from tho plaguo, and tho other
has not been heard of. Tho young
man has become lnsano.
Another Hotel Horror.
In a flro at Morrlssoy, B. 0., Satur
day night, four men wore burned to
doath. Four others aro missing, nnd
It is believed they also porishod in
Tho Pioneer hotel, leased by A.
JohnBon, caught flro from tho over
turning of a lamp in tho bar room.
Tho proprietor aroused tho guests,
most of whom escaped In their night
clothes. All wero coal m!ncr3 or pros
pectors. It was ImpoBslblo for tho
proprietor to reach all tho rooms.
Thero Is no fire protection at Morris-soy.
Claimed He Was Lincoln's Assacsln.
Just prior to dying, D. E. Georgo, nn
aged and wealthy citizen, of Guthrlo,
Oklahoma, made tho statement that
ho was John Wilkes Booth, tho as.
Bassin of Prcsldont Lincoln. Georgo
nttemptod sulcldo at El Reno, and
mado a second and successful attempt
Jn a hotel at Enid, taking poison. He
stated that ho had successfully oludod
the officers after killing) Lincoln, and
had remained unknownj to the world
ovor since. ,
Chinese War In Sanj Francisco.
Flvo Chinoso woro shut, two fatally
In a tong war In San Frhnclsco China
town Sunday. Thero wero threo suc
cessive shooting affrays; tho lattor two
being In retaliation of the first, which
took placo In a gambling don, In tho
first affray tho Intondpd victim wan
shot through the body and two by
stnndors were struck jty tho bullets,
but not seriously injured. Four men
aro In Jail, and tho fibllce say they
havo strong ovldenco'lagalnst two of
tho prisoners. 4
A Fatal Duel.
First Lieutenant Werner von Grn.
weit, so- of tho lieutenant general ot
that name, Bhot Dr. Ayo, a lawyer of
Flensburg, through tho neck, cutting
tho spinal chord, In a duel fought In
the Grnnownld forest, Germany, Sat
urday. Death ensued Immediately.
The deceased, who wus an officer of
tho army reserves, leaves a widow and
five children. Th 'aune of tho qunrrel
wm obhcuio, hut of long standing. Tha
duel occuired In pin nuance to the
findings ot a nillltaiy couit ot honor.
A PASTOR mo WAg ESsg H
SAVED BY PE-RU-INA. ffl
Rev. H. Stubenvoll, of Ellthorn, Wis., is pastor of tho Evangelical Lmthoraa
St. John's Church of that place. Ror. Stubenvoll is tho possessor of two bible
presented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon the fly leaf of ono ot
the bibles the Emperor has writton in his own handwriting a text.
This honored pastor, in a reoent letter to The Peruna Medicine Co,, ol Colum
bus, Ohio, says concerning their famous catarrh remedy, Peruna:
The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: " had hemorrhages of tho lungs for a long time, ,
and all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It gave me J
strength and courage, and mado health?, pure blood. It Increased j
my weight, gave me a healthy color, and I feel well. It Is the best J
medicine In tho world. If everyone kept Peruna In the house It B
would save many from death every year." H. STUBENVOLL. f
Thousands of people havo catarrh who If you do not derive prompt and satl l
would bo surprised to know it, because faotory results from tho mo of Peruna,
It has been called sorao other name than write at once to Dr. Hartmau, jflving fc
catarrh. Tho fact is catarrh is catarrh full statement of your caso and ho will
wherever located; and another fact be pleased to givo you his valuable ad
whlchisof equally rrreat Importance, is vico gratis.
that Pcrunn, cures catarrh wherever Address Dr. Bortmani President or
located. Tho Hortman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
Ask your druggist for a free Pe-ru-na Almanac.
Hard Work makes Stiff Joints.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
i'-"p--"-in'iiVrr'-,'r,.ii nTiiin.jniiif"VlT and the ifcLjjjQjjifc1fjjj
Good for the Aches and Injuries oi' MAInT or EAST. r
JpL drunkenness cured. :
HWlWuVlTV 7?0ll!in'5, ' me made nappy every yer by thin treatmeni.
WmMMaStML Mo,t thoroughly equipped Institution in tbe west. Modern and
W'jariSJ'S pp to daw In every ropect. Curea positively mad
BnPHafUli terms and literature, addreaa ....
1 THE KEELEY INSTITUTE,
SC3 1S2 BAST l-IBST SOUTH 8T MALT IAK CITY. UTAH. J
START k STEAM LAUNDRY SSSbSSSBS j
Write us. Paradox Machinery Co., tat E. Division St., Chicago. ' H
Al M -. UNION MADB
W.L. DouBlaa makes and sella more
men'a S3.B0 and S3.00 shoes thnn any other
two manufacturers In tho world, which
proves their superiority! -.
they are worn by more ,
people In all stations of f Wk
lite than any other mnke. ,'' J3Q
Bocauso W. L. Douglas Bivta $
IsthelarRestmanufncturer &? $ IpH
he can buy cheaper and Ip -v fj)
produce his uliocs ut a yA (J
lower cott than other con-jKroI p
corns, which enables hlmBSRBG' ,f
to soil shoes for $3.60 and MSL.m I
$3.00 equal In every .MkJL
way to thoie sold ele-BvC' ZjflBfev
where for SI and S.1.00, WEIfHiW&KfM
W. L. Douglas 83.50 ItsEsM WwWW
and S3 shoos are worn by tliousaudsof inenwho
have beon paying 54 and SB.not bollovlne they
could get a first-class shoo for S3.C0 or 83.00.
He has convinced them that tbe style, fit,
and wear ot ids 33.50 and 83.00 shoes is Just
as good. Placod sldo by side it is Impossible
to toe any dilforonco. A trial will convince.
Xntlrslnrrriii irfU!cll tS,S01l,HHII,lit
lullu.lnp.si h2Bl.i Hft.ovlt.lllO.OO
A (tin of 8tt,fl!i,4SU.?U In Four Years.
W. U. DOUOLA8 t.4.00 GILT EDOB LINE.
Worth SO.oo Compared with Other Mokes.
Tha btit Importtd ani Amirlcan Italhtr; Hlyl't
Patent Calf, Ennmtl,Ba Calf, Calf. Vlel Kid, Corona.
Colt, and National Kangaroo. Fatt Color Qtlitt.
Pailflnn ? renuin rav W. I.. B0T7OXJLS
UflUUUII nam and price lUmptd on bottom.
ftorr tv tnail.iAt. txtra lltif. t'atalvartf.
v. ijuoujiJam, hkouktonVmaiis.
We always trade with the Grocer that sells
Three Crown Baklrttf Powder. Tbe qual
ity Is liluh the prlie is right: '- per pound.
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
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In 1448. i
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GrtfA2k northerly latitude la which trrala
Itn. Therefore caii.perbuihelliufelraiUndtnlM
Mlhe.tn the Eut.ea under eroplaVTeiternOeneda,
1903, 1.8S7.SJO Alee. Yield. Wl, llT.0tI.7M Bee.
HOMESTEAD LNDS OF 160 ACRES FREE,
tbaonly chirge forWhtchlsllOformtVtnKentnr. '
Abundance ot wler and fuel, building- melerUl ' ,,'j.
cheep, eood Krais r peiture and bay. a ferule son. ' ?wL,
a euiBclent ralnfi.ti.nd a climate ilrlag an sitorea ', fepi
and adequate seteoi urowlb, ' as
Bend tn tha foil ring fur an Atles and other . 'SB.'SS
llteraturo. and aledfor certlflcite Rtrlntr you ie- ,$a
duced freight and ptieeniier retei, etc, ete.1 '"' m
Superintendent ofVimlsretlon, Ottawa. Canada, -. " ',
irtoj W.Teylor, (Ut lake City. Utah, Ihaantbor Vm
M Lenadltn Ooircniieat Aknt.
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