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Address all communications rolnt-
B Ing to Legal advertising and legal
H mnltors and nl advertising contracts,
H etc., uiltsldo of Utah, to
H JAS. T. JAKEMAN,
B Managing Editor
j Salt Lako City.
M MAGNETIC HEALING.
B To tlio nITllctcd tho anouncement of
H I'rof. Harnden nnd wife, found In an-
H other column, will lio moro than wcl-
H Coming to Salt I.nWo City some two
years ago, ho hau demonstrated his
H power to successfully treat and euro
H nny form of dlscaBo thus far brought
H to his attention, nnd that without
H drugs or knlfo. Scores of patients
H who havo hcen healed by him willing-
H ly testify to tho same.
H Unllko tho Itinerant mountclmnlts
H who parndo their pretensions behind
j t.russ hands and drum corps, I'rof.
H Ilarndcn 1b a aulet, modest, unassum-
H tng man, who believes In "doing
H things," knowing that every success-
H ful euro opens tho way to n wider
H field of usefulness.
H As explained by him the science of
H healing Is based upon tho Wide as re-
H corded In St. Mnttliew, chapter 18,
H crso 19. Ho Is propnred to meet
H out-of-town patients by npolntmcut.
H East African Religious Ceremony.
H Iteccntly a strango ceremony was
H porformed at Changamwc, IOast Afrl-
H ca, to bring rain. A Iioiibo to-houso
H visit was mado among the natives by
H n sclt-appolntcd committee who col-
H locted from each hut tho sum of two
H annas. With tho total thus collected
H an ox was purchased. A procession
H was then formed, In which all tho
H available children took part. After
H tho procession had proceeded around
H the district for a period of two hours,
H the ox was sacrificed, prayors from
H tho Koran bolng sang by tho children.
H Tho meat of tho ox was then boiled
H In pots by adult participators and
H given to tho children to eat until tho
H whole was consumed, Tho bones and
H remaining offal of tho carcass wcro
H later put In a sack, carefully carried
H to tho sea and thrown Into deep water.
H Circumstantially rain fell for a few
H hours on tho succeeding day.
ADOLESCENCE OF THE DOLLAR.
Present Unit of Value Has Had Many
Forms and Shapes,
The ""ollar took somo rounding. Nor
did It formerly ring truo, but, much
nllve, simply gavo a bleat or bellow.
Cattle, among country folk, at ono
tlmo constituted tho dollar, while
prlmltlvo man generally mado use of
any article sufficiently abundant for
tho standard payment of nil merchan
dise, writes II. Holt Lomax In Harper's
Weekly. Thus, In ancient Greece, a
largo bronze trlod had tho v.iluo of a
dozen oxen. A good hard working wo
man, on tho other hand, was given In
oxchango for only four such boasts
When metal took tho plnco of raonoy,
tho dollar clung to Its traditions, nnd
coins wcro still called after Hvo stock
Thus, "pccunla," applied to motnl
money, derived Its origin from "peciiB"
(cattle). From tho custom of counting
heads of cattlo camo tho present des
lgnatlon of n sum In cash capital, or
"cnpltn" (licndB). In Sanscrit, rv (pa,
(herd, (lock) made roupya, or tho In
dlnn rupee, while tho ingots of clcc
trum, or ndmlxturo of gold nnd silver,
when first In uso as money, boro tho
Impress of nn ox or cow. Not clumsy,
but too frngllo, wcro tho shells In use
ns money by the negrocB of Afrlcn,
and throughout nnclent Asia, whore
tho natives, taken by Its beauty, gavo
the filioll a money value
Life's Sails.
Some day when you go down to
tho shore of a large body of water,
tnako a Uttlo study of tho sailing ves
sels you seo. Of course tho wind
blows Id the samo direction over every
part of tho water, but you'll notice
that some vessels go one way and
some another. This because tho satis
nro set In .different ways. Set your
Hfo saJJs your Ideals, purposes, esti
mates of what Is most Important to
you In ono way, and life's experi
ences will send you on tho rocks of
destruction. Sot them In n different
way, nnd tho samo oxporlenccs will
send you Into the harbor of heaven.
Wellsprlng.
iip u- ii
Hero Is your chnnco . D
For ,i Chicken Ranch. fftw
Acre Lots $300. 1 f
Including llrst-class wntor-rlght, which atdnn Is worth Woo per I
share On Fourteenth- South nnd Fourth West Btrces. Four- A
tccnth South Macadamized nnd Electric Lighted. f
Twelvo miles south of Salt Lnke. specially adopted to fruit- i
raising. Prices $10.00 and 1G.00 nn acrn. $
UNIMPROVED FARM LANDS. I
g -w One-third Cnnh--Unncti to suit. t
1 S V3 t? 80 A6"E ' FARM laNds' O?
M n ci Three Miles Southwest of Ogden. Jl O, fif
B VP $2.500-TERMS. CpV t
L Other Improved Parm Lands. i
1. Lt. 3Cbtt, Owner. 1
J02 I). F Walker Building, Salt Lako City. jK
l TALKING MACHINE And A Beau-
,ifui cob.no, ABSOLUTELY FREE!
WITH A GUARANTEE
H , , , S "It? dlsoolirtt nllowed to morchants,
H This Dandy w),0 w4h t0 Us0 Ulom 8 ,,r0mlums.
H Talking Machine is JA AgcntB wanted uvorywhero. Ulg
H absolutely tho best 'Jf profits assured.
H value over offorcd. AfPfcU Tho only talk-
m mul th. only mU -W fW IiB mnohlno
M high-priced mn- .JKLt T with- cablnot
H tlcm of tone. Frco from duat IHiBKrlv''l&iLw3)
H Send no money In ad :$is5$ tIS.
B vanco, but wrlto today nnd j S&ScS'' " 40 r
i ngroo to soil thlrty-nlno of C-vbJS
M our easy Boiling, attractive i JKSff
H noToltloi at 10 cents oaoti. iVv,, jSS&jSS'i
' v nnd when sold, send us I3.U0. Sr - SsMXmi
H and wo will tond on a "Bandy Sf-.l n-Vmv
H Motor Talking Machine i exactly Scf yiW&iP&sffl
H as Illustrated nnd described SC' 'l 70K
above It costs you nothing to V$IMS.SS2
H try, i wg thQ Vnck nil nrtlnlCB JQ&r2Z
H you nro UHablo 10 sell in iMve "
H J-ou n titvbllUnidt ea4 Value, as to the amount you tend us. Writo todaj- to
KeW YoiK & Chicago Supply Gov,
iH liUiTE 519 SECURITY TRUST DLtJO. SALT LAK ECITY.
M iatn Oltlee, New York City. "! t'M.rrl?
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M I A B AT CLUB LTB
H E H will take your subscription N
Blj H for any Magazine, Newspaper or Bj
H H I (avs PV J
ul jH K H you money, time and trouble, r r JR
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APPRECIATE LANS OF LIBERTY.
Returning Immigrants Go Back Vlth
Fond Thoughts of America.
Tho stccrngo passengers who sail
from Amorlca may bo roughly divided
Into two classes thoso who go homo
bocauso thoy havo succeeded, nnd
thoso who go homo because
thoy havo failed. The children
aro always loath to return, says the
author of "On tho Trail of tho Immi
grant," ospcclally thoso who hnvo gono
to school In, America. Amushka, a
bright 12-year-old girl, goes from a
Pennsylvania town to tho Frenczln
district In Hungary. Sho Is dressed
"American fashion," has gono to tho
public school and speaks English fair
ly well. "Amushka Moya, tell mo, do
ou llko to go back to Hungary?" "No,
slree. America Is tho best country
There wo havo whlto bread nnd butter
nnd candy, and I can chow gum to
bent tho band;" nnd tears fill hor eyes
at tho memory of tho American luxur
ies sho has tasted. Ono of tho return
ing, who had traveled far, and had
seen on thnt Journoy tho galleries of
Paris, Munich and Dresden, said: "I
tell you, tho finest plcco of statuary
In tho whole world is tho Goddess of
Liberty In Now York hnrbor.'-Youth's
Companion.
Wore Out the Snow,
My old friend Crabtrco of tho real
early Oklahoma days tells this talo
about an early dny Bnowstorm: 'jOno
day after many days of dry weather
a big snow came nnd vlsltod our
drought-Btrlcken land. Tho faces of
tho farmers wcro ull smiles, because
It meant a wheat crop, Hut alaBl an
old-time wind camo up from tho south
that blow about 40 miles an hour'and
drifted tho snow northward for a day
Then camo an 80-mlle-nn-hour wind
from the north that drifted It back
south again. This condition of wind
continued dally until tho snow storm
was blown and worn out and not a
snowilnko could bo found anywhere in
tho county." Watonga Herald.
I WASHINGTON I
I Rooming House
Newly Furnished.
J 8TBAM HEAT AND HATH 7
258 H W. Second South St f
5 8.it Lake City. . S
j GRINDING AND 8AW FIL- f
' lr'q ' -J
Como to the corner of C
, ' First West and Second South
' ' Streets with your Dull
Knives, Scissors, Saws, Raz-
on, etc. Oct them sharp- j
- cned nnd Repaired WHILE
' YOU WAIT. Satisfaction
Guaranteed. f
1 A BUTLER, Prop. 4
J Tell your friends. y
NOTICE.
The smallest GRINDING AND SAW
FILING SHOP on Earth has moved
from 160 to
351 SO. STATE ST.
Call and get your dull tools sharp
ened and repaired while you wait.
Razors and scissors a specialty. All
work guaranteed,
PHIL. BUTLER, Prop.
Tell your friends.
I CYRUS O. GATRELL
I Attorney & Counselor.
419 D. F, Walkor BuUdlng,
Bait Lako'Clty. fa
1 sa
A.
Ji CURIOUS
Curious Compound Capsules com
bine the virtues of Big O, Pbst O. K.,
Bantal Pepsin, and sell for 9125 a
box. Mall ordsra promptly attended
to. Deull Drug Co., Distributors, S38
Main Si, 8alt Lake City.
None genuine without Die trade
mark the burlOM B.
-- -J-u - i- lllll III r
Y To women for oollooUng
rlfil1 Mne d Hlng oui
,rf,k' novelties, we clve felg
re ml urns send your name today far
ir new plan of big profits with lit-
work. Wrlti today. Addrois C,
M08ELEY, Premium Department,
E. 23rd Stroot, Now York City.
I
(Trying for Faker Prize. (
Ho didn't set hlmnelf up to bo n na
ture faker, but ho confessed ho knew ',
a story which, if not exactly accurate,
was at all events somewhat brilliant.
"This happened In tho cottago of n
peasant who had his quiver full of
children. When tho baby was put to
sleep at night every ono In tho family
was enjoined to bo quiet. Thoy were,
Including tho dog. One night, how
ever, tho dog fancied tho room wasn't
as quiet ns It should be. There was
an old-fashioned clock In tho corner
of tho room, which ticked somewhat
loudly with Its ponderous pendulum.
Tho dog, thinking thnt this ticking
might disturb tho baby, went on tip
toe, and, putting his paw against tho
pendulum, stopped it. And that's n '.
fac " Hut oven tho oysters on
tho counter gaped with astonishment
Now York Press.
Lunches Put Up. '
I Meals Served at All Hours, a i
T Phono, Ind. 2702. J
? The Delicatessen
A MR8. M. C. NIL8SON, Prop. A '
T HOME COOKING MEALS 25C. T ,
AllG W South Temple St.,
Salt Lako City
ae-- e -K
JLaCourt. """J
I Nicely Furnished Rooms. J '
f Single or In Suite. 9 '
AllntoB, noe 75c nnd $1.00 per day k i
T Steam Heat Ind. Phono 2448. T '
A J. A. BENSON, Prop, f j
47 East First South Street. f)
Model Dye WorKs.j j
143 South West Temple. '
Ladles am) Gents' Clothing
Cleaned, Dyed nnd Ilcpnlrcd. Laces,
Silks, Cloves, Fancy Goods, Por
tieres, Woolens, Draperies, etc.
C .C. UONNAIID, Manager
Both Phones 2193. j
French Uenzol Dry Cleaning nnd j
Dry Dyeing n Specialty
WWIW 'lMlliWllllWWI K
f EUclrlc LUIitf. Bathi.
i Hot Cold Wtr, A
9 THE CRESCENT, f
4 Mrs. Dart Phillips, Prop.
RATES from JOc to $1,50 per Day. 4
4 329 S, Stt St. SALT LAKE CITY 4
jsssseaeaeieslies,,"aiii""i""
J THE MIDLAND ! ;
Neatly Furnished Rooms, t
!MRS. MARY HAnRIOTT, 4 ,
PROPRIETOR 4 J
UUUlt.Soath, Salt LaKe City. I '
tir . . j "Loci I represents
Wanted live for" Stockton ,
nnd vicinity to
look after renewals and Incroaso sub
scription list of a prominent monthly
magazine, on n salary and conmi1"
slon basis. Experience desl.Yable, uut
not necessary. Good, opportunity for
right person. Address Publisher, Box
r,9, Station Ox Now York.
THE KEELEY CURE.
Drunkenness Cured.
A positive and permanent cure
for drunkenness And the opium di
ets es. Taore Is no publicity, no
Icknoes. Ladles treated as pri
vately as at their own homes. The
Keeley Institute, 334 W. So. Tern
.Vie, Salt Lake City, Utah.
A BEAUTIFuL
COMPLEXION
1 ' ' Now Revealed.
FREE
What beauty Is more desirable than
on oxqulslto comploxlon and tilognntl
Jewels. An opportunity for every wo
man to obtain both, for a limited,
tlmo only,
The directions and recipe for ob
taining a faultloss complexion Is the
secret long guarded by tao master
minds of tho OIIIENTALS and
uiii:i:ks.
This wo obtnlnod 'after years of
work and at Broat espouse. It Is thi
method used by th'j fairest and most
beautiful women of Europe
Hundreds of American women w 10
now uso It hnvo expressed their do
light and satisfaction.
Tula secret Is easily understood
and elmplo to follow nnd It will save
you tho expenso of creams, cosmetics,
blenched and forovor give you a beau
tiful complexion and free your uklu
from pimples, bad color, blackheads,
etc. It alono Is worth to you man
times tho price we ask you to Bond
for tho genuine diamond ring of lat
fit derlgn.
Wo st."' you this ring as ono small
refit abo.o manufacturing coat, Tho
price Is less than one-half what others
charge Tho reclpo Is froo with ov-
ery ring.
It Is a genuine rose cut diamond
ring of sparkling brilliancy absolute
ly guaranteed, very dainty, shaped
ko a Belcher with Tiffany Betting ol
14KL gold shell, at your local jow
elor It would cost considerable more
than $2.00.
We mall you this beautiful com
ploxlon reclpo froo when your order
J3 received for ring and $2.00 In mon
ey order, stamps or bills, det your
order In before our supply Is ex
hausted. This offer Is made for a limited
lime only a a means of advertising
and Introducing our goods.
Bend today beforo this opportunity
U forgotten.
T. C MOSELEY,
2 East 23rd Street, New Vovk City,
I jISp Magnetic Healing
S jJIWJf' Practically applied In tho treatment
f YiJr$ffiiBi'3$ "d euro of nil diseases and correc- W
v Wit yHJUE'ty xim r bad hnb,t8 hy prf' Ge-Harn'
Jf fW'J'iiiafSk-' den and Wife, Graduates of tho Welt- 9
L KRT itTllllwVfl mor School of Magnetic Healing, nt m
S S',4BSRy5- Nevada, Missouri, tho largest Instl- .
'tFSuK $'& tu,lon of ,ls klnd ln tho world- i:vrry m
m tfrlZSsWvnT known dUease cured without dru58 or
witTaESssm'!ii. the uso of tho knlfo. HhoumatlBm
M Mv30s!LiBrXs relieved as If by Magic. Female dls- W
iVM-tfJKkh cases POSITIVELY cured. Appcndl-
Kff'fJmKm cltls nnd nil kindred disease's cured. J.
SjHI in from ono to ten days. Asthma and
HBSIHI "1 Bronchial troubles yield quickly
" livery kmiwiiuieaso that Is curcablo cun positively bo heal- M
cd by our methods.
DON'T BE A SKEPTIC,
But Investigate,
and then you won't say I'm from Missouri, for wo arc here to Jft-
show you. Tho Weltmer School can show a larger percentage m,
of permnnot cures than nny othr Institution of healing In tho 4ft
E world. Como and see us. C'cm'Bultntlon freo.
ft GEORGE HARNDEN AND WIFE,
SALT 1.AKI3 CITY, UTAH. Room 35. Board of Trado, j
tf iiiiWi)waiilisffiiirniTrirr isPffiifTbiTufiii iwi'uftVii i "i "iin " f"! ' mViV
I Utah Lumber Co.
I Everything in the Building Line ;
I Send Us Your Orders. :
t '255 West South Temple Street, Salt ; '.
I Lake City.
I
I 2408 Washington Ave.,
I Ogden, Utah. ;
i Bargains in Real Estate.
j Good Investments! j
I Womill Buy for yu! X
W eWlll Sell for you! JR -j
I
''ggggg 5toves -'
WM&:Vtfffl New & Second-Hand.
1 GUARANTEED
WiSI 1 MAIL
llSfPI Safes. orders .
BraF, solicited
sMWmfflsu western furniture co.,
VJRlirJSav 242-254.256 So. State St.,
22--- Salt Lake City, Utah.
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METAL SIGNS & METAL RAISED LETTERS-
! lllMI IIM tSlll'll'l'llSMSI HIS SSnSSSSSSISI SISSSISSSISISiSSSIlMlMISI
METAL a GLASS ELECTRIC SIGNS a LETTERS.
UrOWing ! UTAH t
r 11 I BUSINESS I,
Kapidly. j college. .,
Now Is the tlmo to enter and secure n Duslness Training ln the Hest
Iluslnoss Scboo) In tho West.
Now quarters, most central location, experienced fnculty, commodious,
well-lighted rooms, up-to-dato coursos.INDIVIDUAL INSTUUCTION. "
Duslness Shorthand, English and Ponmanship Courses, j
Wrlto for torms, etc., mention tins pnpor. 1
) Address W
T- UTAH BUSINESS COLLEGE, V
Xt West Kirst 8011U1 Streoti I
Jennings Dlock, Salt Lake City, 7

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