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t a 10 n neslst siit In the pnclflcatlon of ofml oCtt
I could ml expressed himself a allw IUI IUIlrprwd
llw tt lII1V1nns Tn nt what the Americans had hadmo halII
lrprwd JnpIlhed Mhea When ho wait flr tlrst t cap caphiwnt 1111tured
II mo hiwnt 1Int on to eny ho wnu Brent BrenttVlshclto grelltIy
tured tVlshclto ionlhc1 Ii to IiIll ml that ft 1 majority or orKffinM oCtbe
KffinM Iy a entertained the opinion opinionJfl optnlontbat
tbe Jfl Ynrr fU Ampll r100S < lIn n sovereignty vns prefer preCerlitHe
1 tbat f nJcpemlcnce but now ho was wasif wasIndlnd
litHe tl lilmwlf lilmwlfi
if that WilY
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i xpUlneU thnt since the dlssolu dlssolucongress dlssolutllin
111 In8urlent congress and the theiL thedtlarnl1I
tllin of guerrllll wllrCare the thecbldl
cbldl ha orerlte to nil Intel1ts an anpurplISIS
Ini 11end utl rhey recog recognized
purplISIS COlllnlllllerlnchleC COlllnlllllerlnchleCsending
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nized him reports occllslolmUYI nnll nnllhe
sending ISueJ 8011I1 orders Lut tor thc Inst InstCn
he communication hall < lie UCvI UCvISoil en endltn
Soil dltn iL Cn n ul HUIUIIH mtnthQ nn nl ho tuuiiHMUfw had hn been almost dls dlsurging dlsOnnictcd
Onnictcd OnnictcdI
noli urging In the strongest strongesMmanner strongestvonlblt
I am
wlil Aeulnaldo that thatall
B vonlblt should surrenI I and andfVr IInlitlr
fVr all Ineglanco alleglanco to tho United Stales Staleslit
lit tlr expressed expre leli the opinion that Tlnlo Tlnlor f1nloLushan
Lushan r bani Jtalvar alvar nnd other represents representsr
r insurgents will surrender urren er ns noon 800nII
1 the the nature natureof
hey come to understand under tan
He said saidh nldh
of Ihe he amnesty offered thpem
hoped that when tho work of paclfl paclflcation pnclncation
cation was complete nnd condition conditionnet conditionslIeo
net lIeo settled the prisoners In Guam GuamAfter Guam1I0uid
1I0uid be releaRed releaRedAtter
After referring In grateful terms tc tcthe tothe
the courteous treatment accorded him himby himby
by tli the military authorities ho declared declaredhta
his conviction that the civil government governmentbieh
whIch would follow pacification would wouldreallxe wouldrealize
realize the highest hopcu of the Filipino FilipinoPVhfn Filipinopeople
people peopleVhin
PVhfn Vhin questioned regarding the hope hopethat hopetMt
that he would visit the United Btitei Btiteihe Sta tPs tPshe
he replied that he would like to do BO BObut RObut
but had h d mart mt < Iot no plans yet placing placinghlrmelf placlnhimself
himself entirely at the disposition of ofthe ofthe
the Inlted States government governmentIn
In concluding the Interview he ob objerved obsered
jerved Every word In my m address olld re8S to tomy tom
my m countrymen tho Filipinos came camefrom CIUnOtrom
from my heart I hope the Americans Americansbelieve Amorlcnnsbelleo
believe me thoroughly sincere In my myefforts myNorIS
efforts to secure peace nnd under underAmerican undermerlcnn
American auspices a to promote the theMlfare thoelfare
Mlfare and nnt prosperity Of the Philip PhilipFines 1hlllpvlnea I
TIIU PANAMA CANAL CANALSecretary OA lrj lrjSecrclary
Secretary Hay Cannot Negotiate Se ollato for forSame for8nl110
Same Till Consress s Act ActKcw Acttew
Kcw York April 23A special to toHerald th thHerald
Herald from Washlngto nsays nsaysSecy IISI1ISecy
Secy Hay 11a has notified Dr Carlos CarlosMartinez
Martinez 1 > Sllva Colombian minister ministerthat ministerthat
that he cannot negotiate a treaty for forthe tor tori
the acquliltlon by b the United States of ofthe oftbe
i the Panama canal until Congress do dotennlnes determlnes
< tennlnes upon the route to he con conitructeil conf
f itructeil Not even a preliminary ngreo ngreomenl
E ment such as was as signed with Xlcara Xlcaragua Nlcamrua
gua ana Costa mea ulll be bn1ell neffotlalcd neffotlalcdDr tlaled tlaledDr
Dr Sllva will remain In Washington Washingtondiscussing WalhlngtoI
I discussing however questions In con connection ¬
i nection with I Jth tho Panama canal so that thatt
In care Congress authorizes the Presl
t dent to acquire this route a treaty
may be Immediately concluded concludednitiTovs concludedmtlTO
nitiTovs mtlTO H iviJAiiY Thi y OP WAN WANWeekly WIHWeekly
Weekly Cost of Soutli h African Ven Venture CII CIIIllro ¬
ture In 11500000 11500000New
New York April 23The 23 TI London L d dcotreepondent
correspondent of the Tribune Trlbu t thinks t n
that If further proof were needed of the tI
fact f that tho Urltlsh IJrlll h people are weary wea weaounci
of ounci the war 1 lIrt In n South Africa It would be bohe
found in the poor o response that has hnsfor
been he en made in I England lnreJPonso to the appeals nppealsfront
fur comforts for the th troops oops at tho
front A year e hl1f ago when tho war fever teverk
tit fo
va 01 at its height society sociI ladles Il1 les fought foughtto
IhoS IhoSh
henly k nl for the honor h or of being allowed allowedforts
to provide luxuries IUUr as well as com comt
forts f tor Tommy Atkins A 1krs bell but Ut the sltua sltuathough
J t n IS MW changed chnn today and nnlltlon
though ° uh I It cannot not be snld II Id that htOdl1 at the nn nnfcl noar
tlon e 1111010 ° n 8 to tne
fcl polltlcs poll lies of lllb thtotrlce
t 2r ar fl authorltlen a altere e d In n the slightest the war warnr warOUI
otrlce authorltle nr n e beginning to find findy tlnllBrlth
OUI that If th > y want to prevent tht thtMU thl1y
soldter > J from O belnff
MU v unnecessar nneceRsaru ¬
eipoied to thc t rigors r cors of the Tians flan8aId
u wfnler they tll must not rely on pr prl prlh18
has aId lean l hue h e Ut tho e coat of the war WArweekl
amounted to an average sum of
weekly weeklyol weekl Y YOHDm
ol OHDm Mn or A IIJALOUS Jous MAX MAXWilliam M MlIlIal1
William lIlIal1 NcUoirshoots S e Ie I IC on Shuots Mrs LIHIo rlIl1oL rlIl1oon1l11
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n l1IIIhl ih Irdgln R housc h 01181 was shot twice last lastand In8tnnd
and dirt In I nnroom riCte r room by William Nelson NCIRonfI
dIed 1 nn
S0 fI ft L I minutes m nutIII Inter Nelson
has her h Jfr liVe Ve timeR J68 ono bllllot Ict 8tf 8tfw strfk <
II w JJitaiWifentne the eyes nnd the other otherhrouBh
netratlng her Fr left shouJer hoM and going Botngtvm
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fe mtl C4ary
suffering from
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I InmJ Jlease seems to spread spreadIM
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After Iler Inlrt nlr t III 11 Hnlnrr alnr Will tll l h Miio Ono
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NI tCltk lt April prl1 23The Journal JOlJrnnlllnll flml
011 erUHtr 1e filln Frederick Fred rlck 1 FlMi FlMiii
ontl as ii iilephone Ire hlent of th
n IJell
of tho f111honll company II
II1erlcnn lephone > V Telegraph Telegraphf
romlan on July 1
next Ills alar
100000 n year
of He UanarcJ M Is H ar of 1B f > and andiaiv nn A Kra grnlluate at atIt
iaiv i ru umvcrtlt unlvfr y and law ehool ehooln
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Senior lien lor InamKi InamKin
luPilj1 leb Inember i1 of F IItth l h niclwrd niclwrdmo1
n 1 Jlerlck
0 noston III
and one It the most prominent
tent lawers In this country
How Old OldAre
Are You YouAbout
About sixty And yet probably you are arenot arenot
not a day over forty 1 At this time of life lifegray lifegray
gray hair adds twenty years to the looks looksWhat looksWhat
What is to be done Just use Ayers A yer s Hair HairVigor HairVigor
Vigor thats all Twill bring back the theold theold
old dark color to your gray hair every everytime everytime
time all a1l1he the dark < rich color your hair used usedto
to have It isnt a dye something that sud suddenly suddenlyrhanges ¬
denly denlyrhanges changes your hair but its a hair food foodsomething foodsomething
something that gradually but surely brings bringsback bringsback
back the old color colorAyers colorAyers
Ayers Hair Vigor also stops falling of ofthe ofthe
the hair and keeps the scalp healthy healthyI
I have u ed d Ayers Hair Vigor for or over thirty years and can testify to hi hiwonderful IIIwonderCul
wonderful merit It has kept the scalp free from dandruff and the hair soft and andglossy anngony
glossy and has prevented it from turning gray Mrs F A Souu Hillings Monl MonlOne Monlp
p 1 1One
One dollar dollara Ask your our druggist first I IC lie cannot supply you send sendus
a bottle bottleAll us ona dollar and we e will express n LouIe to you IJecure IJecureand IJe lure lureand
and give glvlliho the name of your nearest express eX lress office officeAddresj
All druggists druggistsSEND Address J C AVER CO Lowell Mass 1 > aI aISEND
The following circular letter Issued Issuedby
by the Peseret I > cEeret Sunday School Union UnionBoard UnionBoard
Board Is bdng sent to all thc Sunday Sundayschool Sundnyschool
school superintendents of the Church Churchand Churchand
and was also read rcnl1nt at the recent Annual Annualconference nnnuulconrerence
conference of the Sunday schools schoolsSalt schoolsSalt
Salt Leke cko City Utah April 10 1001 1001Dear 1901Dear
Dear Brethren BrethrenYou You arc doubtless doubtlessaware ou1Jtlessawaro
aware that at a special meeting of the theGeneral theOeneral
General Sunday School Union Hoard HoardStake BoarlStako
Stake superintendents and Sunday Sundayschool Sunda Sundascl1001
school officers held In Salt Lake City CityOctober Clt CltOctober
October Bth 1900 the purchase of the thoJuvenile theJuvenllc
Juvenile Instructor from President PresidentGeorge Ircshlentaeorge
George Q Cnnnon by h the Deneiet Sun Sunday Bundav8chpoIUnlon
day dav8chpoIUnlon Hchpol Union wan favorably enter entertained entertnlnot ¬
tained and a committee of three ms Imsappolnlell msappointed
appointed to conmimtnate negotiations negotiationsto
to that end This was accomplished accomplishedand
and on January 1st 1W1 the owner ownership ownership ¬
ship of the Juvenile Instructor held by by1resldoiit
1resldoiit Cannon for thirtyfive years yearspnRBpd rearst88ed
pnRBpd t88ed for a consideration of live livethousand 110thousnnd
thousand dollars to the Descret Sun Sunday Sundn ¬
day dn School Union Ily giving our note notetearing noteLeorln
tearing 0 per cent Interest for that thatamount thntalllounl
amount tho money mone was as obtained and andthe IIndthe
the transaction was closed closedTho closedTho
Tho extended exten el growth of the Union Unionmade Unionmnde
made It very ver desirable that It should shouldhave shoullhave
have an organ of Its own und It seemed seemedeminently fI eme emeemlnelltly
eminently fitting ttut thc Juvenile In Instructor Instructor ¬
structor so long and favorably known knownIn
In the community nnd so great a fac factor taltor ¬
tor In tho development of thc Sunday Sundayschool Sunlayschool
school work of the Church should be bethat beth
that th t organ liencc IH nco the purchase To Tomeet Tomeet i
meet thc obligations thus Incurred nnd nndend nntlend
end the outlay for Interest thereon It
Tho 3IIH of offhB tlio ti Birds Ohca by Stu Stuileuts Stul1cnts
ileuts of St Marys Acailoiny AcailoinyThe ArolCIIITho
The French classes of St Marys MarysAcadoniy MnrYAcalem
Acadoniy held their annual entertain entertainment entertainment ¬
ment last evening In the assembly hall hallof hl1l1of
of the academy The hall WUH ns finely finelydecorated finelyIlecorntet
decorated for tho occasion tho colors colorsblue colorlbluo
blue and white hlte predominated In the thedecorations thedecoratlon
decorations nnd nnt a 1 profusion of pink pinkroses 111nkroses
roses palms nnd potted plants nddcd nddcdbeauty addodbMut
beauty bMut to the stage settings settingsThe lettlngsThe
The operetta The Jllll 1 > 1111 of the Birds Birdswas
was 08 rendered In French hy L members of ofthb oftM
thb French classes who were In cos costumes costumes ¬
tumes representing the peasantry and nndother andJthcr
other characters of France The story storyupon stolyllpon
upon which the opera Is founded Is ns nsfollows asrou
follows rou Is During the reign of Napoleon n
In ISO thc Countcns of HermonUl was wasforced wastorced
forced to flee from France I rnnco with other othermembers otherInembrrs
members of the French nrlstocrncy
Her Infant daughter was taken with withconvulsions withconuhlon
convulsions whllo hllo on thc road and It Itwaa Itwas
was necessary to leave len 0 her with the thewife thewlCe
wife of n miller who hn had nn Infant Infantdaughter Intantdnughtor
daughter of nuout tho same age The Thetwo fhetwo
two grew up together oa slitern sliternOn sI8terOn
On the day of the Feast of thc thcFlowers theFloweu
Flowers years later the countess 8 re returned r rturned
turned to claim her daughter hut sh shvena shas °
vena as unable to tell which of thc two twogirls twoJlrls
girls was her child The good people peopleof
of the town would not enlighten her heras herRR
as they the wished to Uep both of the thechildren thechllliren
children with them The difficulty difficultywag
wag finally solved by Pierre the drum drummer drummer ¬
mer boy lio who ho got a letter from the vII village vIIloge ¬
loge Cure telling thc litOI tory of the two twochildren tlOchUdren
children And nd thus the countess hav havFOR havFOR
Nothing that comes in a abottle abottlc
bottle is more important for forchildren forchildren
children than Scotts ScoHscmulsion ScoHscmulsionof emulsion emulsionof
of codliver oil oilAnd oilAnd
And important means that thatit
it keeps them in even health healthWhenever healthWhcnccr
Whenever they show thc least leastdisturbance Icastdisturbancc
disturbance of even balance of ofhealth ofhealth
health it promptly prom tly restores restoresthem restorcsthem
them themIt
It is to be used as a food foodwhenever foodwhencver
whenever their usual food docs docsnot docsnot
not quite answer the purpose purposeof
of f food foodWell foodellew <
Well ellew utJi you I litll to uy U r rSCOTT ro 11 11SCorI
SCOTT 4 JimVNE qt 499 ltLm Teul nr N < Y ck < k kt
< t lAv 4
has been decided by b the Deceret De IIet Sun Sunday Sunc1n
day c1n School Union Hoard which reioin reioinmendfltlon reeUnIllelldntloll
mendfltlon IIIIB HB accepted lI clted by the vote ole o othe of ofthe
the giwrnl conference nf tho Sundn SundnMhooli Sundllhoul > >
Mhooli houl held h ld In Suit Lake City Aprl Aprl7th prll prll71h
7th 1001 to anil each Sunday achoo achootn
tn contribute on Sunday April 28th
1901 or OB soon after that date an prac practicable prReIlclILh ¬
ticable nn amount eciuil to not less lessthan le 8 8thl1l1
than five cento rneh efl h for tl > r eery olllcer olllcerteacher olllcorteacher
teacher nnd pupil enrolled on the theschool thl5rhool
school record December 31t 1900 To Tofacilitate ToCacllltoto
facilitate this collection MP herewith herewltlenclose herewithenclo
enclose e suitably ultnbl prepared blanks bl nks sug suggestlng 8UIrestlng
gestlng that the secretary enter on the thelist thllist
list printed In red Ink the names o oevery of oflery
every officer and Uftrher nn the trhoo trhooroll pchoolroll
roll nnd on the others th the names n nevery ot otIery
every pupil TJupllln In the several departments departmentsthen
then t place or have hi 0 placed opposite o the thenames theIII1l11es
names of all who donate daM tf the amoun amounof amounlot
of their subscription While no contrl contrlbutlon contribution
butlon of more than five cents Is aakci aakcifrom a kett ketttrom
from any one person yet et If any an out o otho oC oCtlJ
tho tlJ kindness of their hetirts hCR rt feel to give giveinoro gle11I010
inoro It should not be declined If the thetotal thototnl
total collected be equal to live cents centseach cntsoch
each for the entire enrollment or a alittle aIltlle
little In excess thereof It t will lll be nmple nmpleWhen IImplehen
When hen tho contributions have been re received reo reocellNI ¬
ceived nend the funds promptly bv bvcheck hycheck
check or money III one order In the enclnsei enclnseienvelope enclORe1envolope
envelope properly stamped together togetherwith tOlelherlIh
with lIh the lists which ohould be neatly neatlywritten nell tly tlywritten
written In Ink to Elder Oeorge Hey Heynoldc neynolde
noldc Dox H Snlt Inke ake City Utnh UtnhThe UtllhTho
The llfitf when returned to us will be bepreserved beIJrC8erNI
preserved thus affording the first pn pntlro fintlro
tlro roll of our Sunday schools ever col collected collecteI ¬
lected The namn of the school nn nnStake nntl <
Stake with amount sub ublcrlhed crljcd will al altin ntnn
tin early earl date be published In the Ju Juvenile Juvenllo ¬
venile Instructor
Ing got her own again nil went merrily menU menUall
on ever after afterTwo nCterTwo
Two tableaux were ele then presented
They were most effective nnd nnr were ueremuch weremuch
much applauded applaudedFather IIppaudedJ
Father J nther Klely Klei inndo some brief re remarks remarkll ¬
marks appropriate to the occasion nnd
thanked the young ladles for their ex excellent excellent ¬
cellent entertainment entertainmentTho
Tho young ladles who took port aro arons
ns follows Misses lS8C J Thompson lomp8on H
Pollock N Mullen II Snntchl A Du
Cheno i Clark Y Pnimile K Can Canning CllnnJrlg ¬
ning F I Ilobtsin M 1 JtcDonough 13
Homes II McDonough C Cameron
A Carter rllrt r M r Mcllugh C MoDonough o1 > onough
F McChryntnl lrChn t llln und M 1 Ilumhof
The entertainment was much enjoyed
by till Riicnts of the French classes classesand Chl8SCS11I111
and tho young Mies are to be congrat congratulated congratulated ¬
ulated upon their mastery of the
French language
W II FOIiSOMS WILL D DKebclllotig 0lclJclllons
Kebclllotig Clillilrcn Etclmlcd from fromJloiieflls fromJlwflts
Jloiieflls of the Kstnle KstnleTho J stnt stntTho
Tho late Williamli WIlliam II Folsoms will willwas willWIIS
was nicd lci for probate late lat > yesterday yrRI rday af afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon nnd onl the hearing of the petition petitionwas
was pet for Friday I Jlay I1Y 3rd His two twowidows twowldolB
widows Elizabeth I Gregory Folsom I nnd 11111wlnla
tavlnln wlnla Huff Folsom 001 saRI arc named ns nsexecutors liSJlcutors
executors of thc property letl by L Mr
Folsom I which ronflstg ron hts o unimproved unimprovedreal
real property In NortJi Salt Lake valued valuednt nluedat
nt J2000 2000 which Is to be jllvliled among
the two mothers and their fifteen sons sonsand 80nllond
and daughters The distribution Is to
take plate In three ycara earll from the dote doteof tlnteoC
of Mr Folsoms death which will bo boon boon
on March 20 0 HOI There Is no pro provision ¬
vision made for tile thrco sons nnd
thrto daughters of Xervlnh Kllza Fol Folsom fol80m
som as thc testator considered that
they had already received their full fullshare tullIIharc
share shareAs
As 11 regards the distribution lI of his hisproperty his11roperty
property Mr r Folsom 1ms a claus In
his will 11I to the effect that If any nn of his hischildren hischlltlren
children slmll become unruly unrlll ungov ¬
ernable or rebellious or shall contest
thc will he or she thall not be entitled
to any an share In the estate while so op
posing the others but tit nny time be ¬
fore final distribution nny nn rebellious
heir upon sincerely repenting reform
Ins anti becoming oUOI oJeilent nt and united
In filing tellng with the ieit of tho family tall1l1
Khali t jitnrefnrlh be 1 > entitled nt1t1 d to nn equal
share s aro In the etate etateA ll1t ll1tA
And n Wonderful Ufdo for Ufo ly 11 11JoeI1
Joel JoeI1 > 1rlcst 1rlcstA
A couple of bold bad highwaymen highwaymensought hlghwuymensought
sought an Interviewwith Intenlel lth Joel U Priest Priestof
of the Herald stnft 41 nn early earl hour hourthis hourthis
this morning but that gentleman de declined dedined ¬
dined to t be > e Interviewed
The meeting occurred on the corner
of Second Ea EaAt and Fifth South as Mr Ir Irj
j Pj r i r tp r rriu T In I his h ftomB after
several hours of hard work with his hisbosom hisIJOSOIl1
bosom friend and standbyOld Spoil SpoilHo BpoltIIo
Ho nns riding ills wheel which hlch was a agood agood
good thing under the circumstances circumstancesbecause circulll8tancesbccnuse
because Joel Can go some faster nwheel nwheelthan nheelIhau
than afoot Hold on there bawled bawledout
out one nf the robbers as he hauled out outn
n big hlgnHjrlleftlus mijrdcrtUs looking shooting Iron Ironclosely Irondopely
closely lesemhllng the artillery In front frontof
of r the west door doorlf of tho city II nnd county countyUlldlnfi countylIlhllnr
Ulldlnfi But the newspaper UIi J > lIper man did didnut didnot
nut bold on He pin forth a sprint sprinthlcli I Iwhich
which would have mad Mnjot Tny Tnylor 1IIYlr
lor the black t1 cJ wonder turn green with withinvy withIn
invy In Mr Priest did nut tarry until untilhe
he h imle up tho front Finns at his homo homoM
M 110 < > lost no time In gelling Into tho thoIIOUBP thohouse
house nnd nne locking the ilnnr ilnnrHe d1l1rlie
He wIll do Ills work at home tonight tonightnnd tonlhtIInd
nnd send Ills hIRCOP copy to the otllcc by a amessenger nIIIc8Aonger
messenger boy boyC boyCHURCH
C AAAs A j j ArfVAA ywAAysyvvo ywAAysyvvoCHURCH
1 1lhe
Crw > vvvw > vvvvvvvvvvvv > vxV vxVThe
The regularly monthly meeting meellngof meellngoftho of oftho
tho High Priests quorum of the Jor Jordan jQrdnn ¬
dan Btiiko of Zion Inn will be held In the theOrescent thoCreacent
Orescent ward nicotine house on Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday April llrll mho nt 2 oclock p in inA InA
A good attendance Is I desired desiredH011T deslretlnOBT
H011T ELLWOOD President PresidentHOMB President1I0
Thc regular monthly meeting of the thohome thehOl11o
home missionaries will convene In the thelatterday thoIAltterc1ny
latterday Saints college coli eKe uswnbly uswnblyhall I1s ell1blY ell1blYhl1l1
hall Templo avenue Salt Lake City on onWednesday onWe
Wednesday We nesduy April prll 21th 1001 at TSO 7 0 p prn
Clerk of Stake StakeQRANITH SlaleanANITB
Tho High Priests quorum of thc thcGranite thcOrnnlte
Granite Stake of Zion Ion will II hold Its Itsregular Itsgull1r
regular monthly meeting In Farmer Farmerward I lIrnera lIrnerawanlmepllng
ward wanlmepllng meeting house hou l on Saturday April
27 1901 at 10 oclock n m A full at attendance nttlmlanee ¬
tendance M I requested The quorum quorumteachers quorumteachers
teachers will please bo prepared to re report reo reoport ¬
port their labors JOHN COOK <
Sonic Apricot Buds Killed by the thoFrost theFrost
Frost Last Week WockOTHERWISE WeekOTJ8JtW1SM
Apr IIrlcll leu In I renclio a IIlut nil Clicrrlci III IIIHuimu IIIIII0UIIIHulI
III0UIIIHulI Huimu CoiuUttoin improt improtIlionuh 111I1110lu
lu Ilionuh Iopill I Short ShortWeekly ShurlWeeldY
Weekly Crop liullctln Halt Lnlw City CityUtah CityUtnh
Utah Apt Alull II 23 3 IM I OI U 8 Department Departmentof
of Aurlcultuie Climate and Crop Ilulle Ilulletln nullettn
tln of ii I Wcathor Jlurenu Utnh rk Hco Hcotloll > o oIon
Ion for tho week cnUIW April 22 1001 1001The
The 111 ook opened viiry tool hut lifter nftcrtho liftertho
tho flrct two Uayrt tho temperature ho hoen bocnmo
en cnmo nit cxcttfslvc nnd 1IIIIIIIIIIntlleci lomalncd so the rost rostof rtJstof
of the week Fleering temiwriituriS temiwriituriSvcn teml rlltunj rlltunjWN
WN vcn > fancriil over thu tntn on tho thoinoriiln thoInOlIIInlR
inoriiln InOlIIInlR 8 of tho ICth find 17th 1rac 1ractli 11lIetitull
tli titull ull nu precipitation occurred nnd nU nUt III IIItIINIWI
t iflotltr the week was a 1 very favorablo favorabloone
one fur lioth furm work and lUll vegetation vegetationrioulng vgetatlonPlowing
Plowing and nllllllowllll Howlnt progrwsed rapidly rapidlyIn
In a 1 11 localities In thu southern por portion portfon ¬
tion of the state iiprlcot bud a wuro wurokllloil W IO IOItllllll
kllloil by tho low tempotutuieit of the thefirst thelrst
first of tho week hut otherwise no ilmn ilmnnge hllllrue
rue rcsultod to the fruit troji Thu Thuwarm rhuWnrm
warm woathcr cnusml the huds buc to Hwell Hwellrapidly HWtlltraJlhll
rapidly find IIII by b thc clow c1 Q of th week weeknprleotf weltaprlcolp
nprleotf inaclicw 1 > IlCheH nnd filII cherrtM ucru In Inhlootn InbloOlll
hlootn The condition of tile rnn rnnlf rnnlfIIlIpro t tImprovotl
Improvotl IIlIpro considerably hut range feud feudIs
Is Mill quite short shortCOIUUSSlONDUNTS shorlCOmmSlONDENTS
Bnowvllle Uoxelder Co CoDrY Dry with withwarm withwnrlll
warm days tIll nnd cold nights HVcrythlngr HVcrythlngrIs I
Is baikwnrJ Luccrn IH just beginning beginningto lJ glnnlnl I Ito
to trrort groJOIIellh Joaeph Itobblns ItobblnsOiirland HobbinsGarland
Garland lloxelder Co CoThe Thc week 1ms 1msbeen I Ilen
been len vurm lIrm and < < nd plnaMint A large pan panof
of tin1 th Atfdlng IIIIH been dnnc luceut luceutnnd lueullIUlIl I
nnd full Hown whoM atu looking Inc A Anico AIIlce
nico warm rain would do Io good A II j 1 1OIealon
Oleason OleasonToo I
I Ithe
Too 10010 lo Tooalo TUQJoCofhe Co Thc llrst part of ofthe
the week was IIS uool tho latter part warm warmnnd wnrmnnd
nnd pleasant Dry 1 > r farm frill wi wheat wheatlooks wheatlooks
looks fine Spilng hoat Is belnn bln HOWII HOWIInnd 11011and
and sanlcnlng being done Grnsa lu lucam lucelli
cam and sirwvboirles have a 8 od start startI
I J r iildii8ton iildii8tonVernon lJ1dl1l1tonVornon
Vernon Yooelo Co CoCold Cold north winds windsJmvo windshllo
Jmvo prcvnlled most of o the week Tho ThonlulitB 1hoIIIIhlB
nlulitB hnvo been niufluiilly cold fur furApril CurApril
April Iurern ui mId d meadow hny art nremnklni artmllkln
mnklni slow grou rolth th W II Uurrant UurrantSmltlilltld DunnntSmithfield
Smithfield Cache Co oA A favorable favorableev
ev I III for fnrm work Fall I nl1 wheat lueern lueernand IUIernIIn
and IIn grass have grown rapidly Plowing Plowingla
la being dona and arH lucern sugar BUI > 1lT beets beetsnnd lJeolnnd
nnd spring ginln Rl ln helng sown Bplendld Bplendldluofpict Splendltl11IOr11lcl
luofpict f jl r n 0 fruit crop fOPO O L J Fnircil FnircilHyrum InrrellIhtuln
Hyrum fnehB Co C excellent I cellont growing growingweather 1101111111WCl1ther
weather Stittnr Dept Ue t planting In pro progrosi prole5S
rosi Trues RIO befllnnlng to bloom bloomJanioK blool11Janwt4
JanioK Almond AlmondClarkdou ImondClnrlt
Clarkdou Clnrlt tJII Cncho Co ColIrlght Ilrlcht ami amiwarm anllnrlll
warm nrlll all wwlc 1 nnd therefore favorable favorablefor
for plowlnir I nd iilantlng Iucern Is IsBlowing 18IfI1IIJC
Blowing nicely nhel William Sparks SparksPlain SparltlPluln
Plain City Cltyi Vlier her CoA Co ICOII ood grow growIng IIQWIng
Ing weok If > k I urcrn has commenced to toshade toshllllli
shade the giound urraiitf gooseber gooseberries ¬
ries and nn oth othr r umall fruit are In leaf leafIMH lellfPeas
Peas niJItfhff lettuce and splmtch art1 art1tip
tip Pic plant and aciiarngua arc on the themnrlt thehlllrllCthllrles
mnrlt hlllrllCthllrles > tCharles Neal NealIMen NellIIlen
IMen Wober Co Col Drying > wind and andcold ane aneco1l
cold nights tll htll Spring prill grain nearly nenrl all allsown 11180n
sown Omss Is growing nicely nice Con Confllderablc ConHillernblo
fllderablc lucern appears to be winter winterkllloil winterkIllN1J
kllloil kIllN1J J M 1 > r Wilbur WilburOgxlen WilburOgden
Ogden Webor Co CoCoill Cold stonn nnd nndheavy nnc nnchea
heavy hea frost llret half of week but no noInjury noIlijury
Injury resulted to the fruit crop The Thelatter rhelatter
latter half of the week wee was wnrm nnd nndfavorable ondtaorrlblr
favorable for plant growth Apricot Apricotand Apricotnn
and nn eherrj trees nre In full bloom nnd nndpeach IInd11I8ch
peach trees lire ready to burnt Into Intobloom Intohloorn
bloom Oood prospect for n 1 crop of all allkinds allkln
kinds kln < 11 of fruit frullJam James Storey StoreyMorgan Store StoreMorA3n
Morgan Morgan Co CoHot Hot days and andcold nndcol
cold col frosty frosl nlslHH High east winds two twodays twoclns
days and drying winds Inds the rest re t of the thoweek theerk
week erk Lucern and ani fall wheat Holds nro nrobeginning nrolieKlnnlll
beginning to look green Plowing nnd nndBeedlng nndseeding
seeding nre In progress Fruit I rult buds arc arcnwellln arclIlnlr
nwellln lIlnlr Gardens are being planted plantedT
T n a w > ich ichCcntcrvllle lchCenlrvllle
Ccntcrvllle Davis Co CoVory Vory cold on onthe onthl
the ICth and on tho night of thc 17th Ice Icoformed Iceorme1
formed to the thlekncBH of onehalf Inch InchThc IIthTIll
Thc cuM weather wo hard on fruit buds budsand butlIIn
and IIn young luccni lIc nl Good growing weath weather ¬
er tho latter part of the week woelJohn woelJohnFord John JohnFord
Ford Jr JrIikc JrIke
Iikc Shore Utah Co CoCloudy Cloudy nnd nndcold an anrolel
cold the first part of tho week with a alight alight
light fall of now on the Ktli thc latter
an bor botl > ironttf nitprndlcllli bll
C U R E IUlllnt mifM i bml breath f bd > nil blood ulnd ulndif hid 1
if III 1 on ° Ih alOlllalh lom cli hlnntMl lioueln foul
if 1 1 U inniiili lira duclif lndlceitlon plnipl
p IItn lniirurrailiit arcrr fallnrlhrr iitrr Irouhjf In II e allow II01Vellllrle complexion lon
mill 1111 illiliir > litl jour bo bonela v l dont donIIII01 nio e rtu
lrlr lul you 011 tire Cftllnp nick Conllpwtlnn kllli mot
Ioiiple than nil oilifr dleie tocallier It li
mrirr for llie chronic Kllnirnti and nn > l lour yeir ura of
turTerlns lli Ihc t conin nn annrd rT rd vo o rnofler bat
aile roil Hart uhln CA CAIllITd toJBy for yea
Mill III n lIurr r Bft If iviH fit nnd nd be b
> T ii uv Mrllll tvniHil 11 all Ihe IIIQ llmnnnlll limp 11m II nnm 1 nil I Iwith
ruu IUI funr rl t ako our IIdICtl atart
with 1111 CAfctAHKTd CUt uUT loiinf under na lU1abolulO btolut guar
onlc antealo lo cur or money RlOII hnuldedI rtfBnded VI
part was warmer rii nul > i nrntflr IIr ln Calr eon eontlltlon condltlon
tlltlon Iucern is tMnK iriijfiiUfilt Tho Thofruit rhofruit
fruit trees aro coming inttHblolMm 1IIf bloIOm
W 13 Jo Boer BoerAmnrlean rtu rtuArnorlcnn
Amnrlean Fork ttali Ooj I4li lTlie l IrBt IrBttwo I1r8ttwu
two dnyB dlL 1 were cold col ntnl indVfvrottrJ indVfvrottrJIng ln3ltfir turll turllInl
Ing the growth of f vej ego tatinnftlitf latter latterpart lttter1111rt
part of the vick tek wu IIIM nun j II noralf 11 rulfIlVOI rulfIlVOIahle vor vorable
able for plant growth sjrlnggl011 Is IscornlllG 8 8coming
coming up and uif lit Ir > i beginning btHI nlll to toihow toIIhow
ihow uulle early earlylicncheH orlyIlCllchelnre
green Am AIfhlstnll UA nnd >
licncheH IlCllchelnre nrt > In bin bln m j c VngBtnff VngBtnffFountain V gRtnft gRtnftIoulltall
Fountain lipin siu IfITdOt to o The Thefirst rheOr
first Or t two dnyn n1 i > f tin M k werejitormy werejitormynnd WOfQstorll1nnl
nnd nnl cold thu IHB hl 1 HM I uro rd fine nnd nndwarm nnlla
warm a m Fro t mniir IC1lTj i it 0 nights II IIJt Karly larbI KarlyBowii
Bowii I II spring wluit I hI at IN 1 M uiiiiKiiip lIlhIKtuJlnlroly lIlhIKtuJlnlrolyhlt nicely nicelyWheat
Wheat hlt nnd outs an III i nr owiu LlCHn LlCHnhn
IIOH hn Rtartod to ji jinphralm 1 I Iurll Nielson Nielsonl
nphralm l Hinpi t toponwl J1 i Itok
oponwl utornn turm nivl mil n iiutthfe btlt ih latter latterjiarl ItttcrIllIrl
jiarl was warmer Whal M a aiuloata are arocoming arecoming
coming up nl nkJI tiij v Fd M 1 liiftYhnijoB liiftYhnijoBU
U ntlll very m Hhmt c I xielgBii xielgBiiWoodruff XIW19JiWootlrurt
Woodruff Wch ich Knv > tMk lrst tlrlltPl1lt < lrstjmrt
jmrt of the week bu h 1 fmr nnd Il f Banner Bannerthe I rmtr rmtrthe
the latter part dr lr i I luiglnnlnK h dltilnJ to togrow toJfOW
grow on n tin fomhiiu N0 bfSSa i town townyctT tOWIIet1
yctT et1 J TliiR tT tTKaketown 01
Kaketown Uliii VnvnflnQwan VnvnflnQwanher I fii1qw I IIher
her nnd sowing li ha i > mmfitijaji I1I11n i1 Tho ThoJlrst Tholr
Jlrst lr l wheat wan wa i n III n flia 17th 17thlrai 17thtrap
< trap < la growlnp ni it c r Q J W Vcston VcstonOnkluy jltoll jltollOnkluy
Onkluy Nummii lJul > lIl1ir r I A jtiN fit prablrt prablrtweek rablo rablowcok
week for farm wmk Ik nui 111l1tltruth iftnt growth growthPlowing I
Plowing has innn > lmIIIc IKH nnd IIIl some somewheat 10m
wheat IIRH bfn 11 LUcfirn t e rn IUIH IUIHutarted hnltarhl I
utarted to xr r 1 Snupp fnpJjPark
Park City CII Ptmimu i very or cold on onthe 011Ihe
the Ittli and lOih Imt IVrlll rm and pleat pleatnnt Ile18lint
lint the lest o < if tlu > n n n spring l IB very verylute VCI VCIluto
lute nnd Very lltiic 11ft I 1ll1tlll mting hflH been beendone belndonnlIenr
i iGoallIh
done donnlIenr Henr > IluiT IluiTCoalvllle IUlf
Coalvllle Puniinit v ry cold tllInd tllIndhut and andbut
but little IMS Plo PloIng Plow
growth uir ull1 xl 1 I IIn
Ing In li haH s eommeni 1 T It nnrtl nnrtlMlthI aril arilMidway
Midway Wiinatc h c C r gr lIrllnll nnd c col iol iolwith 1
with Ith more or Icg miih 1111 wInd The Theground fhotroulHI
ground It In iviMit x IIht ndltlon for forjilowlnir tor1110lnrr
jilowlnir which lin i inn IOIII iifccdj 11ell The Themiow fh fhlno
miow lno In the Ih mount I1IOUnIII UTN i mating III 1tlri very veryBlowly r rHIfJII
Blowly Call It III I I 1 I 1 Ii todi talr talrI f ° r rly i
ly I well Hll on the Ill h rhli lui Hnbor HnborWelllnstton lIublWllIlnon 1
Welllnstton imb n iVrhe Jfh H Ir t tpart I Iport
part of the wiik i < nit 1 alulVlndy alulVlndybut atHIIIIIIIhut
but the latter pnri lurl m Ptl pr WjSftn Iu Iurcrn IuIern
rcrn lm hllfllllltl itHitcd ti t vnm ThiBftwIng ThiBftwIngof Tl Ijwlnr Ijwlnror
of mnall grain l 1M nirlj umiletwS umiletwSK lllletbllI1 lllletbllI1I
K I Jlrnnch Jlrnnch8elplo lrnl1dlSrlpfo
8elplo Mlllard f < i fIllhtd1 < I UIQ ftjt t part partof lartor
of the week wee It but vmni 1111I an I tincgrpwlng tincgrpwlngwwither tlnlurrQwlIllluthel
wwither the latti i Jlarl irt Vtr4tltlon ettlljtl n has hasbegun hnllhelul
begun to grow nluly Thomas I i Mem Memmott hmllIott
mott vS vSFlllmore r
Flllmore Mlllunl 1ITh Th far part partof lart lartor
of the th week wan WII mil ith lthh ii rd 11 frost froston
on ths nlglitn nf r UK rth 1thnnt1 and 10th 10thThe4 16thrhilfro
The4 rhilfro rojl llhlnl liininB < l uil III fniltbut rlult but thu thuetpnt thumt
etpnt mt of tli1 th d chniH tmiiKf iinit ra bo de deteimlnod e etellulnod
teimlnod The lattu t tt of tliR week lreleWUIt
wuu much 1II1rnl unn M m I uy fUvorablc fUvorablcfor
for or plant gi 1Vth wth aid firm woiX l rkC rkCndenion C CAnderton
Anderton AndertonHfBver I IHIRor
HfBver i1 I High north northwinds northwi
winds wi II I I and II nil Killing fi rl < t tin ilr tll1tpat t pnrt of ofthe ofthe
the woek hilt no p m um damage d IItnge re resulted relultecl ¬
sulted to toCIP ciopH Th iittr pajt pt lr Of f the theweek thowlek
week was i > len ant nna sturm und unl good goodgrowing goottrowllJr
growing wIRlhrII nather 1 Irlronlww IrlronlwwPnrownn
Pnrownn Pnro 11 n Iron CoTho cold nights nightshave nlhtshne I
have retarded the growth lr f grain nnd nndjiicern unlllueern
jiicern The In IlIlt two dm were warm warmand I IatHi
and caused the fruit bmls to tfwell tfwellOnrdcns 11011Oonlens
Onrdcns aie a being plnnted ThegfO1 ThegfO1Is
Is In fine condition far seeding James JamesConnell JlltneflConnell
Connell Connell151nlnore Y YIUlllnore
151nlnore SeMer tnThe lajter half halfof I Iat
of tho week leet uas U8 clear and waim A Wheat heat heatIs
Is all sown and some ofl f U Is coming comingup
up Lucern Is late Sugar beets are i ibeing i ibeing
being planted plnntedH 11 P Hunfcnj I IMnryivnK Iclrsnl
MnryivnK clrsnl PluteCo IUI 10 f I II I nlghlB and nn1high I Ihigh
high winds Inda ImM retarded d tij > growth growthof
of crops Apilot 1101 ami anlll r uh h buds have havecommenced Imocommenr
commenced commenr to swell wetLL 4 T Henry HenryTorroy lIeilr lIeilrforrey >
Torroy Wnvne Wn ne blustery blusteryweather I I1lRthor
weather with Hurt lIurlls Us of sn eI v the rult rultPlowing rullIIIlng
Plowing Is In proRrem ollr iiirdunlnif lnlnl Is Iswell Iswell
well nigh ImpoMlbl IUlp lblIl II W Uulluin UulluinTenedale rullull1TellsuRI
Tenedale Waue Va > ne IM Hhmtery tery and andcold
cold Grass and nnl lurirn hn hllt < Just com commencod commencetl j
mencod to grow plciwlng and plant planting plontIIIIoT ¬
ing nr ore In ptogressll c Naser NaserTropic I Iroplc
Tropic Oarlleld fntold and windy windyand wln I Iand
and unfavorable for imp growth Fall Fallwheat I Iwhont
wheat In In excellent condition Fruit FruitbudH I Iludfl
budH have begun to i well ell Warm Warmweather Wllfmweuther
weather Is needed lJ ddJ I r Schow SchowCayoto Hrh < iw iwCOoto
Cayoto Onrnold Cn oWh Vnt ot sowing sowingIs
Is In progress nnd about half halfthe the crop cropi
Is i In the ground The neiher has hasbeen hOBIieell
been very cold nnd dlsaRffeable with withsome withSOllie
some snowfall hard hnr freezing occurred occurredon
on the nights of the 15th and nnll6IhH nnll6IhHJ IGth H HJ
J McCullough McCulloughNow
Now Harmony Washington Co COCol COColonll Cold Coldnnd
nnd windy wlntl Peaches haw commenced commencedto rOl1mellce rOl1mellceto
to bloom Apricots have been damngei damngeiby
by frostM frost 1 A Taylor TaylorMt
Mt It Carmcl Kane oDrv cold nm nmwindy Wd WdIndy
windy Grain will 11I have to bo uaterc uatercto Intercd Intercdto
to bring It up Vegetation Ye etotlon li very back backward liackward
ward Some of the fruit httB been beenklllcdH beenItlllellIt
klllcdH Moncur MoncurCastle oncur oncurCa
Castle Ca tle Dale Emery Co CoHnrnystorm CoHnrnystormon Snowstorm Snowstormon
on the 15th the latter part of otlhe ho week weekhas WckhllR
has been warmer It Is thought IhJII lit tha thatho thntthe
the low temperature a nf the Wyck w k hnv hnvkilled hllvellllled
killed the apricot lmd huilJHm Jurors Ji Jdffs JdffsIlmcry t rrs rrs1lI1or
Ilmcry Bmery I rnery Co o1hft flic latter part o othe of oftheweoll
the theweoll week was nice and mild Thciwate ThciwateHupply Thlv ter terIuppl
Hupply Is l Increaclng Illeren nl Wheat la ijef < belng belngHOWII 1g 1gjownN
HOWII jownN N C Andersir AndersirL IA IAI
L I H H JirtlDOOHFfction JirtlDOOH oUIIDOOUielUon
Ffction Director D Gtor
f You can always smell a dead deadone dea deaone
one oneMe
f Me has a costivelooking rac ract face faceHis
t His breath knocks you downI down downHe
I He drags his feet feetListeners feetListeners
Listeners to his talk turn their theirheads theirI
I l heads the other way wayHis wayHis
His breath poisons Gods pure pureair purair
air airHe air airHe
He ought to keep dean inside insidethat insidethat
that means sweet breath quick brain swift moving feet You cant feel well welland welland
and act well with your bowels closed sending poison all through your body
Clean them out gently but thoroughly and keep them clean with CA5CARETS
Candy Cathartic and you will find that all bowel and liver ills and the nasty nastysymptoms nastysymptoms
symptoms that go o with them arc quickly and permanently permanentlyI0c permanentlyCURED
tOe I0c25c tOe25c
25c SOc 50cALL
TOCUIIII rhlllfll rhlllflllIrot
lIrot Ii Iirr
GUARANTEED rr onl II la laur
ur h lIl1oa I IJnr
Ina J
111 11 II wDrld hi I bolull > r or ororll
trrui mirll orll and 101 r bu II tnii W Iu In ID IDII
WJF II Ofll I A AUAJCrT OAHrT blul lr im eeralud iu d l I IIyrred
Wtyrtra Iyrred dtd Uu nr n lort da r twofioc IWe k 0 i e cl
f raIl lr fcnktit 11 IrUI it PIP 1 llrfrlloni nad I o
t i lli IIa d noraololruoOIIOe b rtlurn tkc u e
bow U pl 10 a br 1 or
tUrIo Ie at 1 fDaI ony rr I
Ta II P 1 111 Iello U I
filII 11 r III nl
flhUa t r1OA JUp llook rr
A4 1 nalll0 atntJr 0 jIU IOI1l or 1111110 < S
l 1
Offlcp Jffico womon womonafflicted aro frequcntly
afflicted with sickness
by J constant work workNothing wo k in 0110 brouAht position on
lorhnps 111 gOIl1g to the olIlcn
thoy ot ther fcet wet nnd sit nIl
day ong with damp ahoos and
atockllgs atockllgsNothing
Nothing in tho
worldissoinjuriouH world iSBoinjuriollfl
Wot W ot feot hard work workand workund
and connucd posi
tions hnvo niado in invahds invalids
vahds of a great greatmany greatmany
many robust and am ¬
bitious young WOo WOomono
men meni
A young Indy from Denver Colo
recontly wrote
1 letter
to Mrs Piukham
aptly picturcB tho conditionol
gront many OUI1g womon Sho eas
This Is the I1rst opportunIty I haTe fOllnd
to wrlto Ind tlmnk
tho good your Vegetablo Compound hils for
DO fell bttWr thn I hTO
tor It
years SeAII1S 1
5Ovel1 days wondor to
10 riends
Where I
be I18Cd to
plUoo Is
ovorythlng thl
opposltl no IV and there fa not a da but
BOrno i one mmto to know what I havo done to nuke ZjrittrtnA roysolflcok what
II Do Doorc ore taking Lydia E 1lnkLamg Vegetable Ve etable CbmtonnfiSd Compound 60 I welL had
ttunt s lnt hoadaohoB was con
constipated Lloatod
oyw weak and Vat
down pa palllsl nsmlns 1alns in I II tho small of my back and nn right sIde watery btnring
easily whichnbtajricaused Thlen ulwliy Cflused fery
Inlenw pain In tho mSKllt ovaries and I did not want
to go m nnjrvhera or BOO tiny one I was flU called crow but i could
feoflLK tlelllJ aa I did I could not lift not help It
anything do
or brd
any work wll wlthou
Buffering for
or days afterwards
Uciutnutlon lasted for
the first threo right ° w to n days
or four our days being almoat constant
pairiday pnln day and rJgLt rJgLti
What in fL ° this is 8 > ani and how 10W unnoecssaryl Read tho
i ii
letters winch I follow and BOO how easy It is to overcomo
womans suffering when you go tho right way about it
Nothing in this wi wltlo < lo world has rolioved BO much femalo
Buffonng ns has Lyrtia rJ t1in E IMnklmms Vegetable Own
lionmlt no inodiciiio cnn produce such positive proof of
cures and good results 5 therefore no other medicine can canbo bo
just ns pood Women should insist upon getting tho nod
iciiio which has tho best record recordand and which thoyondovory tbey IlDd
druggist in tho land know has no equal equalMiss equalMiss
Miss Thompsons Pains arc Cured CuredDan CuredDrAn
Dan Mrs PIXKIJAM want to toll you OU what LydIa E Pink
Imms Immssuuorou ns Ycffctnblo Y ctlhlo Conipntuul has done for mo F Forod For < loveral years ears I had
suuorou suuoroutho orod with loss of appetite nausea nl1u 1 vomiting constii conl1patlon
the heart I inn ft hoadaehe li < ilo Alt n ftlniM X in > II i a pnlplttLUcn o
pa pains ns nearly all nuta of tha fedyily cx1y hI pbnWan
Baid I ld it was only Indlgat on but his medicine did not help fne me any 1 began
tho use of your our Vegetable Compound I havo taken four bottles and now
thlo troubles nre cured 1 cannot prabo u
TlIolrso KISX riot sot caOllghfus DtlLE s sJust
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Just why Miss Thompsons physician diagnosed her
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