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I Subsidized Steamers.
I A now Italian lino of atramora tc
run to China receives a government
I subsidy of $913,000. A Hussion lln
I baa been cstabllnhed from Odessa to
I Now York via Naples and Marselllos.
I Qnlt CntiKlilntf.
Why cough, when for 25o nnd this
notlco you get 2." doses of MX nbo
Intcly guaranteed cough euro in tablet
form, postpaid. WIS. DltUR CO.,
LA CnOSSK, WIS. (W. N. U.)
Agriculture In Caatlle.
Land In Castile is in sroater pnrt
levelled to the production of wheat,
tnd during planting nnd harvest
Umoa laborers, especially reaper, ara
taken there from Callcla.
TdonotbollCTol'lso'aCure for Consumption
ban an equal for coughs and colds. Joint V
DoTitu, Trinity Springs, tnd., Feb. 15, 1900,
Dust In the Air.
Approaching the great centers of
population the quantity of dust held
In suspension by tho air Increasos
onormously. According to Sir James
Crlchton Browne, the air of London
contains U.O.OOO proportional partB of
dust to Paris' 210,000, whllo In Argyl
ehlre, Scotland, thero are only 200.
1 PUTNAM FADELESS DYES color
811k, Wool and Cotton at one boiling
To Test Farm Machines.
Tho Agricultural Society of Ijom
' barely has doclded to found and main
tain In Milan a trial station for tha
tho testing of agricultural machines.
The Wonderful Crcitn Separators
Does' Its work in thirty minutes nnd
leaves less than 1 per cent butter fat.
The price la ridiculously low, accord
ing to Plr.e, J2."G to JG.00 each, and
when ou have one you would not part
therewith for fifty times its cost.
JUST SEND TUI9 KOTICD
with Be stamps for postage to the John
A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and
Bet their big catalog, fully describing
this remarkable Cream Separator, nnd
hundreds of other tools and farm soeda
used by the farmer. (W. N. U.)
Dodglnrj the Tax Collector.
In the Amorlcan citizen's nttltudo to
ward hU debt to the state, at least so
far as tho rich aro concorncd, la per
ceived a steadily strengthening In
clination to mako fewer and less In
sistent demands upon himself. Ho dis
cards the high Benso cf honor re
quired by his social code and resorts
to various devices, scarcely stopping
ihort of down-right perjury to dodge
the tax collector. Boston Advortlsor.
Me
ic
1 Big' Risks i
X Lou cf Time, Loss cf Montr, ! '
JE Lois of Place, Lois of Comfort. J !
2 si! follow In tho train cf not uttnt 1 1
St. Jacobs Oil
3c
X For Rheumatism,
J Neuralgia, Lumbago, J
& Sciatica, Sprains
$ r tt
'
3, It has cured thousands. Wit) 1 1
X cure ycu. Prlco 25c. snd 80c 1 1
3: '
tit s
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pSEEDPOTATOESll
If 500.000 BUSHELS!
ILlORSALECHEAPl
L lattuttcti potato trtlvtrS lit thi borli I M
m Xlegant stock. Tremendous yields. H
H Vtoia 400 to 1000 bushels per acre, H
FOR SO CENTS
B and tnls notice we send yon lots of farm H
sed samples and big catalogue, telllna fSI
H "lahoutTroslnts.Bpclti, I'tooae, Asiid 1
ftV id llarley, Macaroni Wheat, JUrotnua,
W Earliest Cane, etc. 6ead for same today. B
SEEDSSEEDSSEEDS
FRESH AND RELIABLE
bind ron OATALoaua,
SOHWARZ & HEINECKE
O B, SICOND SOUTH ST.
TsirPHONB 805. SALT LAKE OITY
ALFALFA SEEP
BAILEY & SON8
61 E. Second South St., Salt Uka City
ara headquarters for tho lies quality Alfalfa
Heeds: also Oruss and Garden eeds, Oruln,
Iluy, etc In seed business 40 years. Mall
ordors given special attention.
GREGORYrfjSgrv SEEDS
tiuocossfully 9kVJF?)" Catalogue frse,
soirofbr nearly gmmy J.J.n.ur.t.r;s.
h lrn century, tUs EnM.k.u.iuu.
I When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper,
i
! L
DOY GOT THE FIVE.
Reporter Glad to "Dlvy" to Save His
Reputation.
Beforo coming to Philadelphia a cer
tain newspaper man was employed on
n Baltlmoro paper whoso city editor
was a stickler for facts and brevity.
Ho also bolloved In encouraging his
men, nnd each week it ton-dollar gold
piece was given tho man who wroto
tho best story that week.
On one occasion this reporter got In
a police station n report of an acci
dent to a young woman, who had been
Injured In a storm by a falllnp tree.
The report was most comprehensive.
Tho next day the account, Just as IV
was written, was pasted on tho bulle
tin board In tho roportcrs' room. Ac
companying It was a nolo from tho
city editor, saying It was a master
pleco of accuracy and brevity, nnd thnt
tho writer would draw down tho week
ly prize.
Tho reporter's Joy was short lived,
however. A rnt-oyed llttlo oftlco boy
called him nslde, and In a stage whis
per demanded:
"Where did you git dat plpo dream?"
Somewhat surprised tho prizo-win
nor told him, to which he replied:
"Well, 'she lives next door to mo,
seo! Youso Is got her sister's name
Instead of hers In your story; the ad
dress Is wrong, and In tho seconil
placo the doctor Is mo brother, and his
namo and address Is also wrong, and
then again, she didn't break her arm,
hut a leg. Now, you give mo hnlf of
dat prize money or I'll pipo tho chief
off."
Ho got tho five. Philadelphia Lodger.
WAS RATTLED BY PROMOTION.
Young Actor's Laughable "Bull" In His
First Speaking Part.
Charles Frohman, the theatrical
manager, tolls of an amusing and
ludicrous mistake made by a young
actor In a play once produced by Mr.
Frohman.
Tho young actor had, up to this
time, employed his talents In onnct
Ing such roles as called for no speech
on his part. But In this play he was
Intrusted with tho following line, the
only words to bo spoken by him dur
ing tho entire play:
"Tho King Is deatll Long Hvo tho
King!"
Tho critical tlmo arriving, It was ob
served by othor players Oat tho young
man who was to acclaim tho new mon
arch In tho words Just quoted was suf
fering from a dreadful attack of stago
fright. His cuo camo, but no words
could hn speak, so frightened was he.
Finally, howover, ho pulled himself
together and, In desperation, shouted
at the top of his voice:
"Lone live tho King; ho's doad!"
The Goose Got Away.
To tho Hon. Joseph Slbloy of Penn
sylvania the yarn-loving members of
tho Houso nro giving credit for this
story:
There was a rich old farmer who
lived in ono of tho Interior districts
noar Philadelphia, and who got tan
gled up In a monoy transaction with
one ot his neighbors. Mr. Alston, for
that wtv' his name, sought an attor
ney, who gavo him a lotter of Intro
duction to a brother lawyer In Phila
delphia, at which place It was neces
sary to enter tho suit. Tho letter was
delivered to tho lawyer, and whllo ho
was reading it ho was called out of
tho room, leaving tho lottor on his
desk. Mr. Alston lot curiosity get
tho better ot hi in and read the letter,
which closed with a postscript stat
ing that "Mr. Alston Is a fat goose;
pluck him heay."
That was enough for tho old farm
or, and seizing a pen ho wroto: "P. S.
No. 2 Tho goose has flown, foathers
and all."
It took him about thrco seconds to
amblo down tho stairs and Into tho
streets, and ho has not had anything
to do with lawyers from that day to
this, proforrlng to pluck his own
geese. Washington TImos.
Took All He Could Get.
An old tenant onco took toa with a
former Duko and Duchess of Due
clouch at Drumlanrlg Castlo, his
graco's Dumfriesshire estate.
Ills first cup of tea was gono al
most before tho duchess had poured It
out. Again and again his cup was
passed along to tho head of tho table.
At tho sixteenth cup tho duchess bo
camo uneasy about tbo supply on
hand.
"How many cups do you tako,
John 7" sho nsked.
"How mony do yo glo?" John asked,
cannlly.
The P.H Rail.
Dame Nature now plays hostess,
InvltliiR ono and nil,
AYid so wo put our skates on
And hto us to the ball.
Her music Is tho laughter
That'H borne upon the breeze,
Whllo for tho bass, the North Wind
Goes boomliiK through tho trcoa.
Her flsuros are the old ones
Beloved by u b ot yoro:
.The eights nt.d double twisters
Upon her crystal floor.
Her favors lire tho red cheeks,
The sparkling eysa withal,
While often to the maidens
Borne fellow's hekrt will fall.
MoLandburgh Wilson,
WOMENARTYCOLDS I
Colds Invariably Result in Catarrh Which Sets Up a Host of H
Distressing Diseases. M
PE-RU-NA Both Protects and Cures a Cold Read Proof H
Miss Iloso Gordon, 2,102 Oakland Ave,
Oakland Heights, Madison, Wis., writes:
"A few ypurs ngo I caught n inrro
Cold, which resulted In chrunlo bronchitis
and catarrh. Our fiitnlly physlclnn pro
scribed medicines which guvo temporary
relief only. I began Inking l'eruna urns
Improved ot once. Two bottles cured me.
I recommend Peruna to all sufferers, unit
am most Rniteful to you for your Tillable
medicine." Miss Hose Oonlon.
Washington, D. C, OOl) II street, X. W.
Dear Dr. llartmnm "I used to think
that the doctors knew nil about our aches
and pains uud were tho proper ones to
eonsnlt when sick, but since I hrivo been
Ick myself I certnlnly had good reason
to change my mind. During tha winter X
caught u hsary cold, which developed
Into catarrh of the bronvhlnl tubes and
an Inflamed condition of tho respiratory
organs. Tho doctors were afmld that
pneumonia would set In and prescribed
pills, powders and packs until I alekened
of tho wholo thing, as I did not Improve.
One of tho indies In tho Homo had a
bottle of l'eruna and sho advised me to
try that. Hhortly after I begun using It I
fait that I had found tho right medicine,
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
The FREE Homestead
LANDS OF
no Western
WM Canada
Are the STAR ATTRACTIONS for 1904.
Millions of acres of miinlfictnt Grain and Graf
Ins lands to lie had at afiee sift, or by purchase
from Hallway Companies Land Corporations, etc.
THE GREAT ATTRACTIONS
Good Crops, delightful climate, splendid
school system, perfect social conditions,
exceptional railway adiantages,nud wealth
and ntlluence acquired easily.
The population of Wettern Canada Increased
1X000 by immiiratlon durlnc tlia past year, over
50,000 tielne Amoricant.
Write toneareit authorized Canadian Goverment
Assnl for Canadian Altai and othor information
tor address Supt. ot lminl(ration.Ottawa.Canatlal
UEN1. DAVIES. KOOM b. DUNN ' II LOCK. CBN
TKAL AVKNUli. GRliAT 1'AI.LS. MONTANA.
FLOUR
OGDEN'S BEST
-AND
PHOENIX HIGH PATENT
MADE BY
"' sN MILLING & ELEVATOR CO.
OODEN, UTAH.
fliaiwwiwwwiiiWi'jM mWioMmao)Mgt
capsiguTTaselineI
(PUT IT l!f COLLArJWLX Tunis) I
A substitute for snd superior to muitard or any I
other platter, and mill not blister the moit I
delicate skin. The paln-allayinr snd curative H
qualities of this article sre vrondorful. It will H
stop the toothache at once, and relieve head
ache and sciatica. We recommend it ss the bet t
snd taf ett eiternal covnterlrritant known, slto
as an eiternal remedy for pains In the chest I
and itomach and all ihaumatlo, neuralcio nnd
tout? complaint!. A trial will prove what wa
claim for it, and it will bo, found to ha Invalu
able In the houtehold, Many peopla say 'It Is
R tbo but ot all your preparations." 1'ilco lfl
I centt. at all tlniifiUt or other dealers, or by
sendlns this amount to us in poataiasiainpsvre t
1 wlllund joua tub liymuil. No ntlclo should I
h be accepted by the pubKo uolits the same
B carries our label, asothsrwiseltlinotcenulne.
I CMUSnilKOUfltl MI'O. CO., I
1 17 Stats Street, N'xw Vobic Citt. J
I nard two bottle unit thry restored me
enslly nnd pliimuntly to perfect health.
Whllo my atomiieh was lcry delicate,
l'eruna did not rmiiscutu inn In tho least,
butgnvn nieagoodiippetlte, nnd I lull to
express my gnitltiidu to you for restored
heulth." MUs Itosiillv Von Ntruennlng.
CATCHING COLD
Is the Beginning of Moat Winter
Ailments Po-ru-nn Protects
Against and Cures Golds.
Thero Is no fact of medical nclcnco better
established than that a tcaspoonfulot l'o
runo, beforo each meal during tho wlutor
season will absolutely protect n jierson
from catching cold. Now, If this Is truo
(nnd thero ia no doubt of it), thousands of
Uvea would bo saved, nnd tens of thou
sands of cases of rhroulo catarrh pro
vented, by this simple precaution within
reach of every ono.
After n. cold has been contracted a tea
spoonful of l'eruna ovory hour will shortly
euro It. leaving no trace of It behind.
After chronlo catarrh has bocomo estab
tabllshed, or tho first stagos of chronlo
bronchitis or consumption havo boon
A FREE P&RU.NA ALMANAC E'
Sacred Hear. Academy
OQDEN, UTAH.
Conducted by SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSS.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
The G. A, SMURTIIWAITE PRODUCE CO.
OGDEN, UTAH.
DuyofO nnd Gollors of
GRAIN
ClU ttlTS ONLY.
Purer and nrrnC All Kinds
bcllrrsof JC t. VO Any (juantlty.
bend fur car Illuitratrd Tree titet t'altloruo and
Free Alfalfa lla ikii't Mention till l'tper.
Ettabllthed 14 Yean -That Counts for Bomethlnr.
MHQlp 5,000 COPIES
IflUulU STANDARD PIECES.
10 COPIES pi"MpM SI. OO. fiend to-ilajr forcal
aloifiie. AIM win. PlflWflQ dirtet from fact'irr
derful barxalnt lu riniiuo A lilir tarlnir tojroii.
Mrlle at onra for rataluKiie and irlcet. MuuUo
Una, (lulturs, htrlngi nnd rulings.
THE MoKANNON BROS. MU3IO OO.
2203 Washington Ave. Ogdun, Utah.
H.ELIAULE ASSAYS.
Hold t .74 (lold and frllver ..11.00
liaU .. .TiUiuld Hllv'r.Uop'r, 10
1'romiit returns on mail tmniilet.
Ogdcn Assay Co. iy2o:vVnA,Hoo''tc8.T-'
Howard E. Burton. A'hVmi"t""
Hpcrlmen prlrot, (iold.Hlivur, I art. II joM H"
vit Ticitluld Uio; .Iiip or Copper tl 'yimldci s,
JIuIlliiK enroiopi't uii'l full prlralUc turn on up
cation. Control aud Umplrn work toileliml I.
lllt-, Colo HofervniH) Carlxuiaut .Nut'i II i
R. H. OFFICER & CO.,
At'JAYERS AND CHEMISTS
MaLgggggg sit Uli filj, Kali
MASQUERADE .TOTO!!:
8BND ron oaTALoauta and hhioos
BALT LAKE COSTUMING HOUSE
PMON 700. ST STATS' BT , SALT LK OlT
NEW PENSION LAWSlssr.
Annlr to NATHAN IIIUKlOItU, U14 1" ot.,
Wiishlnctun, I), O,
rcjiclii-d, It tnkc much longer to effect
11 hooms gtrntico that as well known and
well ostahllshod us theso facts aro any B
emu should neglect to profit by thorn, ana H
yet no doubt thero nro limny who pay llttlo
or no attention to them and go on catching
cold, uciuIrinK chronlo catarrh, bronohlUs H
'and consumption. H
Catarrh Slay Fermcate the Whole IH
Bystom. H
Mrs. Mary E, Sampson, West Dorry,. H
IlockliiRham County, K. II. writes: H
"I had terrlblo heiulachcs, both cars ran H
and I wns nervous nil tho Urns, also had. H
troublo each month ; was deaf in ono ear H
for thirty yoars. I took six bottles of
rcriina nnd ono of Mnnallu nnd atn happy H
to say thai it Is tbo best medicine that! H
ever used. I am not so norvous, tny nppe- H
tlto Is k'ood, ovorytlilnir I oat sgroes with- H
mo, and I urn feeling: bettor in every way. H
I think l'eruna is a Godsond to women and' H
a blessltifr to suffcrltig humanity." Mary H
I'l Sampson.
If you do not derive prompt and satlsfao-- H
tory results from tho uso of Peruna writ H
at onco to Dr. Ilnrtmnnlvlncrafullstato H
ment of your case, nnd ho will bo pleased H
to plvo you his v.iltmblo ndvico (rratls. H
Address Dr. Ilnrtman, Prosldeut of Ths H
Ilartumu Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. H
VERY DRUGGIST HAS THEM. M
COMMISSION 'Ifl
I.OEALlRJINsk nAlNl H
yocKs.BoHqsVr pnOYISIONS.I H
1 STOC KS I
1 IIOVGIIT AND SOLD ON MAR S- H
CIN OR. FOR. CASH. - . ,H
We bave a special departmsnt H
for liuylnit and selllnir iitooks m M
Bj and Honda for Immediate dollr- V H
cry. Investors und bankers will m M
savo time and money by KlTlnti H
n us their orders In that line. . , B
H COIlUr.ttPONDE.NCB soi.lcnsD. B M
m Wo offer special Inducements M
und ltbcrul rnuirnlstlaiis to out H H
of town eorrospondentn Our
Q book of Inftirmitlon "How To K' H
H hpcculatc, ' muilril free i-o.nu Hi
M UlSTANCB I'HONBOM
I Members SsllLskeMlnlno Eichangs R1 M
J HCADQU&rmR OFFICES ROOMS U M
N 211-212 D.F. WALKER BL'K. Bl;
I j jf,? LT LA E CITY u tam. C; H
't PifiKENNESS: I
jjpam CURED,
The Keeley Institute, ffi I
FC frsj ITU Wi CI We teai h the Harbor Irnil H
UK t KM 1" H 'VVtirks and tutrnl
?:-? Jr.-i ftfi roslil..nt.W rite fur panlcularr
Si'fi' IT Im MOLER'S BARBEn COLLEnE. M
WL iEfe ln'rii"M,Uiij.ii ,'il. Hl
-alt Lai's Cur, Uaii.
I Shores EkSSj I
Wn7u., Salt Uako No. O, 1904. M
SBIt fwill III I "f VlS.., (ST sbH
rx Utst lhuIi lijrrup. Taste OoM. tits V.l
IE la tinia. SU by JrutlU. gl

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