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iH ' " B AMEHIOAN' FORK CITIZEN, I Pleasant Grove MM Will celebrate !n Canyon ttrts Appoint0'1 and Finns Laid Kr Ulf Celebration Other v ffiris wo InTlted. ople of Manila will eclcbrnto Kdc.ee Day I" American Fork K coder the ausplcca of the Par Ku. A fine program has boon BmI. From present Indications Ere ward tt"l u0 depopulated Hjtr and liuiidrcfJs will attend tttistnt Grove and Llndon. 3Q the people will asscmblo In iites at the home jof Jens Mou ld arrive at South Fork grove l o'clock a. m. o o'clock tlic following program tt si'cn: Hog "Star Spangled Banner" Hce, er Bishop C. P. Warnlck. B Solo-Mrs. Clnrlntln Little. jon-WHford W. Warnlck. Ktlon-Orclicstra. ln;-Mlss Vclma Larson. j-'Amerlca" Audience. Klctlon by tho chaplain. H 1 until o'clock will lie do- 'K picnic- Hi' will be from 2 to 4 o'clock. Hmralttcc on sports consists of Kvenion, Elite Warnlck, A. R. Hi. Hilton Holmrtson and Mist Huonton, which insures a tine Ha of sports and amusements. o'clock the people generally H tight seeing, while lovers will Heluded noos. At C:30 the, rc HlP borne will be made. HsbmentH will be sold on tho Hi, but Intoxicants will Co ntrlct Hoocd. -.Those In charge of the Htlon announce that the other lire cordially lnvitc.d In join In Hjtbratlon. mm win I Celebrate July 24th Hi much as other towns arc. pre- B big celebrations for Indcpcn- Ib&r, Pleasant Drove has decld- JlhrcltlienR go to the resorts, A indT blh'cr towns, and reacrvo i,Btrles-for a big celebrntioti on f Day, July 24th. ' rflricaaant drove First Word will .wite at Geneva and will ask the. Wtirds to Join In thu program of "9 la the afternoon, which will Jm' hall, race, pigeon choot- - MlYFOR ELROY WEST. i party .In honor of Klroy West Tibernaele Sunday evening was ttly attended and successful nf We.wan a solo by Miss Iluby ;. duct by Mrs. Stella Thorne layiSundticrg, a pjano selection a Dlclcerson, a reading by Bryan ' Piano solo by Miss Lily Mon 'Jlk by Bishop Walker, one by t Anderson and Homo farowell Uy Mr. West tho deparllng mls " He will leave next week for h!jnd will be assigned to a ..Northern States Mission. TASSISTa. IPOSTMASTKR. 'CoraWndlcy Iik tml.trcHHDnocedff,""18 "ner w,n rvryl sof ,Mr' H Past four years to Mrs. flu" ""lley Is a Junior In tho iol0,' 'School ami by both educatlor Kmperarnont H well (ninllfled foi Position. MMY FOK KLIIOY WEST Sunday school and Mutual or- ' lons.of tl.., Third ward gave 1 In honor of Klroy Went, nt "hlH " home Mr We(jl onVM ,on "mission to tho Northern Stateo. ' "Joyed nn ..veiling of music, . Rames and refreshments, WMMrttf Mr West with a leather ' jolomo nf t, !)) ,,f Mormon and CoWMinntH and Pearl ol wJrlcf. TL 1C ,llKl1 Hc,,0l graduating L ' f wh,ch Mr' Wo, U Pfilll mnko a plenlo.trlp tr 'n)OII, l'M0N a PATHOS S ,'wUuTnm went to Pay treo, r'"'1 tl10 w"p'wh will v, 3 1 to 2 Pnynon'H two runt J2"N on mi error. btlii. . ,,,ny ,hl Central MvuoonaU:?; ,,., t1oublo header wltl.clii. .'hu .11 bo at l.ohi nt. t'wr ,n at Central Park at 1:30. DI'0''KSM;xtvKI)M:s1AV '"'""iold folks orilir "kv Mil be entertained, nt Geneva next Wednesday It win n, their nnnual summer outing mid tho day will be spent boating, dancing and listening l a program A compll mentary luncheon of smidwlches straw berries, Ice cream and cakn will bo served. Hverythlng ikibsIMc lll be done to remind tho cternii8 of tin, days of their youth and mnko the day pass pleasantly. Prominent visitors from Salt Lake tire expected t0 . prcsont. Oify Council Doings Tho City Council held Its Beml-moiitli-ly meeting on the 21st Inst Mayor Harvey was In the chair and the mem bcrB were all In nttendnnce. F. Meredith ct, al., petitioned for tho Irrigation system to nsulst in maintaining a certain ditch across land owned by Joseph W. Hnllldny, which was referred to thu Inlgatlon commltteo with power to net. Mr. C. L. Warnlck asked for tins d. vorslon of Unttlo Creek and Orovo Creek waters further north, which was placed with the snino committee with power to act. Mr. Johu F. Clark, repreuenllug tho telophono committee, petitioned for n franchise In Pleasant Grove City for tho construction, lniilutnlnnncc and op eration of a telephone system The pi', tltlon was tabled to bo taken up mid made the speclnl order of business the I following evening, 22nd lust. The mayor reported on tin met lugs held In the Intel est of lictler roads nt Provo and Pleasant Grove. Tho City Council voted an appropria tion of oiii' mill for state road main talnance, conditioned on the roittit providing u Hko amount. A regulator was ordered purchased and Installed in the water works sys tem nt the enrllest prncticnl date. A special meeting or tho City Fath ers convened on tho 22nd, with the mayor and members being present at roll call. However, Councilman otpln was excused from the sitting on ac count of urgent business. Tho moot ing being called for the purpose of considering the proposed franchise for n telephone system; tho petition was taken from tho tnble. Mr. A. J. Kvana of the rotninittee Iteliig present, e. plained the purpose of tho petitioners Tho ordinance was discussed by sec tlons nnd n number of amendments In troduced, some or which wero deemed too stringent Tor acceptance by the committee; after which It was npprov-l ed by an nirtrmatlve vote of a to I and I absent. MILS. (TI.MKH G1VKS JIK, WHITE AM HH'K BALI. Mrs. 13. T. Culmer will give a Bed, White and Blue Bnll In tho Apollo Hnll, American Fork next Tuesdiiy, and the. Itosell band of Salt Lake will supply tho music. Ladles will wear red, white, and bluo sashes and tlm young men will each tie given n Judge. For those who find it Inconvenient to get transportation, she, will hnvo hay racks, autos and other conveyan ces at the hotel at 8:30: transporta tion free. Those who go on the car may return at 12:r,0. The dance will keep up until 12:30, IIORSE HUNS AWAY OCCUPANTS TIIKOWN OIT Victor Johnson, with his wife and baby wore thrown out of their b'iKBy. the buggy tipped over, the Rim JJ broken and the horse, thrown on Its r bhv a ditch Thursday, all because tho Uc ncCnmo frightened at a blf jlectrlc ,VC van that came hIoiie tho State Kn( nenr Llndon Mrs lohnson and liu, pxunped Injury, hut Mr. Johnson wns cuderalil.v lirulsed but no hones broken. Mr. Clem Shoell came In .0ni the mountains near Bingham to BI"''' the Fourth In Pleasant Groe The water extensions to tlir limner .f John 13111s Fred Foittz, et. al. Intilla was completed this week and hey are now enjoying tho b-st waff n earth. Friday evenltnTTblhUd Ward olinl ( which Mr, West was lender gay., nn U,,B It. his honor at the Ink.'. "t iR and plcnlcing were the fentuns The Be.s Hive girls" were perfectlnK heir nreniiHsnllon IW "T -nnrm t which MIhsh Hell.- "l ,d Opal Wn.ll.-y am beekeepers h- I rhursday nftornoon making mid '' ; nR len cream to raise expense mono) JJ trips being pla.u.ed for the mil..; mor. Mr. aiidrs. Z 0- ''7ij" ..Vea lawn and hom P'"'vMn venlng la Honor of H. r f -,dl,.g nni.lverHary. Mimv I " nna hnvo licmi I"".'"''1 nml, U. , rnbnbly be the social event of tl, week, The Religion classes will supply tho Iaberiiuele program Sunday evening. The Infant or Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry Harper was burled Wednesday. Llndon will hold Its annual ware conference tomorrow. Thu stake presidency nre expected to bo present. Tree Irnuspnrlnlloii fur Ilosell's Banee TiicmIii.i night. Wfi at Cul. mer hotel. oC.jt Mrs .1 A. Wlkox of aSIt Lake. Is Wsltlng at the home of Mrs Olc Wil cox. Mr. Henry Maag appeared In his new Ford this week. 13ncli of tho Mnng Brothers now sport ntitomolillen. Mrs D. Noblo entertained a crowd of friends nt a card party Thursday night. Refreohmcnts were served. Mr Ralph Handley and his slater ninde an auto trip to Salt Lake Thurs day John Roberts and family of Lehl, spent Wednesday In Pleasant Grove, the. snouts or Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thorne. Ulbhop Andrew Anderson, who hns been lsitlng relatives here for ten days returned to his home In Idaho Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W, Thorne, Mr. and Mrs. Km IlHlliday and Mr. I). It. Rohitinoti made a trip to Salt Lake in Mr. Robinson's nuto Thurs.lny. Mrs. Ida Lyiiinn Anderson of Gar field, who has been visiting relatives In Lehl, spent Thursday nt the home, ol Mrs Mattlo Hill. Mrs Kdward Harris entertained a hcore of friends, at an Ice cream and strawberry so.lal at her hnno last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hill of Trinidad, Colo., are visiting nt the homo of Mrs. Mattle Hill. This Is tho first tlmo they have seen their grand children. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvll Sweat of Mid way, returned home aHturday alter spending a few days visiting friends and relatives here Sidney NIcholoH who has been on the reservation for the past several months arlvnl home this week to spend the Fourth of July with his family. Bon't Ml" Hie Ball, Bed While nml Blue, For married folks and chide t (.'end time assured with IIiim-IIN Band, No better music In the laud. '20-H Mrs H R. Rolilnson, who recently underwent an operation for goitre In Salt Iike, Is reported as doing nicely. Her little daughter, Ruth. In Pleasant (Jrou, Is also Improving. Robeit Thome "and R J. Cobblcy will go to Sprlngvlllc. today to urge tho claims of Geneva as the meeting pine for the lllnck Hawk veterans this sum mer. Bishop Andrew Andori-on of Blgby, Iilnlio was visiting with his mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson this week. The Hlshop left Pleasant Grove about thir teen years ago 0 K. Robinson and son. l-iwreiice, ad Donald Noble and son. Arch", teave this week for Idaho In Mr .oh ,BOn' auto. The boy will remain Itnnnock Valley on a farm ror Hi' summer Mr J L. HuelTeToT St. Louts, fcpent .ve'ra. days in Pleasant Grove veolt looking over ui- w low of opening dental parlors her, Mr 1 ehel In ' aff-ble gentleman, d iu.U-. J, :.ll leturnlua ,0,ith and make his leunebeie Mesdan.es Mary A." Webb. 1 J J Robe,tHa..dKteAll.-dofLe .. MHui t. Hlndley. Bunnell; '"""' ml Rachel llui.ter or Vnierlean I; pent TluirPlay in i'leusanl (.rn IMtlng ninmiB Uw ' -,",t S0C,rl lemb'TS. Mr 13 T CulmeTr. nrtied Monday nui.Mldway where he spent two laH J,g relatives. 11 s reports that :lh.r.. " "TEL UUflsherinen. every nook from ,oulh of tho canyon t- Hrbcr baM is ,. He Ifft his daughter Stel.'i ;1,Mldway.ovlNlll'''''er grand par- . nts. Mrs. 'J. H. UolEi entertained t ,onrd party Mn'-.,"v0!;",Vlinii. rreshmen.svere server tot , r.dl ' m- rrs . j" ..' er. Matt Siencer. D " Adamson. Ira Dover .., J,; f Wonlnson, Hi" Mlw AflH- nnd Vernleo A-lamsou and Mrs. mhi Rlehuns, A A k. ' sHii SATURDAY, JUNE 2sr iniK "T 2 Department i 1 1 MANILA NEWS Mr nnd Mrs. John Wadley and Mr, Mills and Mln Jennet Bullock took an auto trip to Salt Lake Friday ; Mr. and Mi. Jnmes Hiiiinlng hnvo sold their farm nnd timed on n dry farm out west. Mrs. Oeorge 13. Holnian has return ed, to her home In Hcbcr after spend ing a few weeks with relatives and friends here Mrs. Viola Whlil.y nnd four children Thclina, Althea, Harold and Johnnie of Carey, Idaho, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Little, of Alpine, were tho guests of Mr and Mrs. Joseph Llttlo Sunday Mr and Mrs. BBILoglu of Ameri can Fork and Ray and Ren Holnian or Proo were the guests of Mr and Mrs. A, Holnian Monday evening. Mr. ami Mrs. James Bennett of Al pine were the guest of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Mttlc Sunday evening. , Mr ..nd Mrs. Swen Moiibon of Am erican Fork were the Bucsts of Mr. Monson's parents Sunday. We arc glad to report that L'lva, tho little daughter of Frank Meredith, In Improving. Mrs. Christina Johnson line return ed to her homo after spending n few months with her daughters In Lehl. n Mr. C. P. Warnlck is beautifying his home by putting cement wnlks all around the houso and out to tho gate. Mr Alma Monoon hns gouc to Bing ham to work. .Mrs. Amelia Boulder 'cutortnlucd about fifteen nt n supper Friday In honor of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Harris, and daughter of Salem, Idaho. W i What Is Advertising "I dou't bcllnvo in advertising," some merchants say when they nro asked to tell people about their goods in tho columns of tho local paper. They think they mean It. But do thoy? What Is advertising? So far as tho retail dealer la concerned, advertis ing Is anything ho says or docs to help in the solo of his goods, npnrt from his direct, porsonnl fuco-to-faco solicitation of tho business or tlioso who como Into tho store. Considor for a moment tho store of Mr. Dealer who "doesn't believe In advertising." Abovo tho door Is a. big sign with tho name and business In bold gilt letters. What Is It for7 To tell tho pcoplo Hint this Is Mr. Dealer's storo and that ho handles a certain kind of goods? Advertising? Certainly, and the most offclont form of advertlh Iiir, Next examine the show windows. They contain displays of 'goods care fully arranged to nttract tho eye, or the passer by. Why? In order to glv0 public notice of goods carried In tho storo, and to suggest tho buying thought of those who seo the. dl.play. Onco more,. Mr. Dealer Is advertising most efficiently. Stop Inside the store. The goods aro arranged attractively on tho walls and In the show cases. Ami for one obvious reason: to show to rtore tlsltors wlmt tins storo has In stock ,.nd to tempt the money out of tho .Isltoro' pockctltookn. Thin Is adver tising pure nnd slmpl". It can go by no other name. Note, too, the sign iiannors, wall hangers, cut-outs, ana ..thcr notlcen of various kinds dlsplay ..) around the atorc. Wlmt la their , urposo? To help In the sale of the toro's goods nothing elao. And why this atmosphere, of ecrylec, iheso evidences of cleanness, theso , ourtcouB clerks, and the other things that make pooplo like, to .trade in the More? Is It possible that thev all Line an advertising purpose? I lie truth Is that every man who sens a dollar's worth of goods lit an adver tiser whether he, knows It or not. Tho man who says he doosn t b" Hove In advertising doesn't know what ho is talking about. If he really be lieved what ho says, ho won Id teat down his sign, Jmnrd up IiIb windows, .over up his shelves, make klndllni, out of his storo fixtures, and do busi ness with his Intending customer.! 'hrough a hole In the wnll. Newspaper advertising is only one form of advertising; nil 'J""'ri -ond and they nil work, together to lie one end tho snlo of goods. Tho merchant who Is looking to ward tho largest success can iio moro do without newspaper aihcrtlBlng than he, enn do without his sign, IiIb Xre windows, his display or goods hi (.enlce, his courteoim clerks. 1 is reputation, and the thousand and one ...her things that go to make up ad- ' "Newspaper advertising Is a modern necessity, and tho morchant who re ruses to limit his business horizon doesn't try to fool himself by think lg that ho can get along without It Ralph Starr Butler. I n Docs your married life seem homiv like m' boy?" "Oh, yes. 'My wires uarrcls are exactly like the rows !,o,,er used to make-Chicago News Provo Men Killed By Missed Shot Joseph Mulilestlne, and John F. Sny der of Provo, were killed Thursday ob result or an a.cldent In the Hiawatha tunnel of what Is known ns the Berk ley mine, located at tho mouth of Rock Canyon, about three miles from town. Muhlcstelii nnd Snyder hnd been working In tho Knights-Roberts tunnel until a few days ngo when they changed to the Hlnwnthn. This morn ing about 11 o'clock they struck n missed shot. An explosion followed, which uinnglcd Mhhlcstelu beyond rec ognition, while Snyder was struck with rock from the blnst, which pene trated his stomach. Muhlestetn wns killed Instantly and when Snyder saw his companion, ho covered him with a canvas and crawl ed to tho mouth or the tunnel, where he beckoned to Lnno Oakley, a farm er. Oakley hurried to Snyder's help, and when he saw his condition lie telephoned the news of the accident to Provo. Snyder was taken to tin' hospital, but died about live, o'clock In the nf. teruoon. Mr. Muhlcstelii Is survhe.l by a wi dow and six children. Snyder Is sur vived by a widow, two children, his mother and a number of brothers and sisters. Both men hnvo been Identi fied with Provo Interests during most r their lives. UTAH AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE WEEKLY NEWS LETTER WAR ON THE CANADA THISTLE. .'Hiiumnrj nf Letter b) Br. II. . I. Einn. The. arch enemy (Canada thlstlu) orlglnuted In F.uropo nnd was brought from there to Canada where It 1c do ing Immense Injury. Detachments hnvo been found In Cnchc, Salt Lake, Utah und Cnrbon counties where, they are found entrenched nlong tho canals nnd ditches. Caiindn thistle Is a perennial plant living on year after year. It mnges from ouo to three, foot high, with olcn dor docks nnd spiny leaves whoso margins hnvo a ruffled upuurnnco. It feed Infected with this thlstlo bo fed to live, stock It Irritates tholr mouths. It Is propngatcd by both seed and un derground rnotstocks nnd will grow. In pnsturea or In the fields of any other farm crop It line quantities of stored food which mnko It very resis tant to nil adverse conditions The tlmo to most offrctunlly stop tho growth nnd do nway with this pest Is Just as the plant llrst begins to bloom. Plow up tho plants by cut ting two or thrco inches unuer uio surtiicc. Pile tho plants In heaps and bum. Follow this by constant shal low cultivation so Unit nil shooting stocks may be. killed before thoy hnvo a chance to gnthor a now storo of ma terial through the leaves. Tho food supply Is cut off by plow ing, but to conquer tho plunt It must ho prevented from making now ones; hence tho linportnnco of cutlng down every new shoot as It appoars. Somo farmers In nqrthcrn sections hnvo hnd nuccess by using sodium arsenic which is applied at tho rate of 1 1-2 to 2 pounds to- fifty gallons of water nnd Is morn effective than any other chemical. It will destroy all other vegetation and will kill llvo stock ir thoy mo allowed to eat vegetation sprayed with It. Let every land own er whether ho bo state, Indlvjdunl or corporato fight this pestconsclentlous y and systematically until It hns boon destroyed or else It will gather us In Its mighty grip Trip nf Count Agem County fnrm demonstrators .1. P Welch of Millard county, R It. Stew art or Carbon and F.mory counties, Loren A. Merrill or Scvlcr county, M. L. Harris nt I'lntab Basin, Heber J. Webb or Salt Lako county, H. A Chrlstcnsen ot Beaver county, nnd A 11 Ballantyno or Utah county, and Ex tendon specialists. John T Cnlno III, R. J. Evans, L. M. Wlneor Ed. Bros sard, Ben It. Eldrldgo nnd Jumos A. Paxinun. accompanied by Dr E. 0, I'eteibon, director or tho extcntlon di vision mad.) a four days' trip visaing places ol practical Interest through Cncho. Boxolder, Wabor, Salt Lako and Utah counties, where they gath ered information that will help them In their work among tho farmers of uir htnte. Many prncticnl Items were gathered about the dairy business, hogs, blooded horses nnd sheep, beef attic, the poultry business, how to operate and nialntaln electric nnd gas oline pumps, thu saving properties and value or cement canals, success ful dry running, potnto raising, hqw to measure water, truck gardening, watered crops, canning, packing nnd curing or ments, drainage, control or iiraira weevil, beet raising, etc. Prac tically everything that tho host Tann ers of our state aro doing wns .- and studied Valuable Inform prctnlnlng to ovory farm activity ohtnlned and ovory furjnor In tho s'nt Is going to be benefited by It without the expense and time It would requirt to gather It hluiseir because tha coun ty demonstrators will spread It nnd use It In their work The men who took the trip went back to their counties, to the farmors with whom they work, with tholr bends full or excellent material to use In the development or Utah agricul ture - - Be Print Buller Wrappers, H SPICK ' A farmer wrote, to the editor of nn : mB agricultural paper as follows: "I Hi hnvo a horso that lins been afflicted Mi for the past year with periodical fits jjjM of dizziness: Plcaso let mo know ttjyN what I should do with htm, as ho if ill seems to got worse Instead of bolter, Ifl I am afraid ho will bo unfit for work fSfl It something Is not done soon." In 12 tho next lssuo tho answer appeared: Wa "When tho ung is looking all right, -, HjR soil him to somo one." San Francisco j mm Argonaut. i H i s& "Why have, you called In expect ac- jgjfi eountnnts?" "Pcoplo hnvo began call- f 118 lug our cashier 'Honest Bill Jinks.' " ? IH Phllldelphla Ledger. 1 III i 1J$ "So you worked your way through i f college? Your tathor must bo proud i IKS or you?" "Not much. Ho'b the insn IffiH I worked." BoBton Transcript. ritfl Crawford I understand Hint his infill matrimonial difficulties hnvo been Bet- pCK tied. Grnbsaw Yes: wlfo'H relations i If have agreed to maintain strict ncutro- fff llty. Life. M 1 ' ' MT "Does your daughter play Mozart?" yjj wo asked, displaying unusual crudl- Iwl Hon. "1 bellovo so," bIio ropllcd do- 3 precntlngly, "but I think sho prefers Snfl auction." Phllldolphln Ledger, UlM LEGAL PUBLICATIONS. M Friends nnd subscribers of this iffii newspaper hnvo tho right to order nlnl their legal notices Inserted in this tmj paper Orders for publication, trus- I HM tees' sales' ndmlnlnlBtrntora1 nnd pro- nXM bate notices, water appropriations, j fl final settlements, sheriffs' sales, etc., : fl como under this heading. Ordor them ! 99 printed In this paper. 19-tL 9JS Summer Excursions East, Jejl Via Salt Lako Route. XM Excursion tickets with long limits Igjl on salo June 12-1C-1D-23-26-30 at rates :JHJ ns follows: From Amorlcnn Fork to '4HM Denver $22.50, Omaha $40.00, Knnsnn ajrafl City $10.00 Chicago r.G.r0. St. Louis Wjm $51.20. Ask for tickets via Salt Lake vjHf Route. 12to 26 'MB . o. . ixCi No Reason For It j$fi You Are Shown A Way Out, tjf!l There can bo no reason why any Wm reader of this who sufors tho.torturcs jjSgi of nn aching back, tho nnnoynnco of Mm urinary disorders, tho pains and dan- KtjB gem of kidney Ills will fall to heed j-JUn the. wortl of n resident of Utah County (fR who has found relief. Tho following HOT Is coinluclng proof of merit, Wm William Southwlck, Sr., retired iJM farmer, First North mind Fifth West fflB' Sts., Lehl, says: "I used Doan'o Kid- JjjOT uoy Pills off mid on for years for kid- 9Br ney nllmonts. I think thoy nro tho U best kl.luoy modlclno to bu hnd. Be- HH fore I heard of Boon's Kldnoy Pills, WMM I suffered terribly, but It didn't tnko MM them long to relieve all the pains and uches and rcstoro my kidneys to IH tholr jiroper working ordor." (State- meiiit given April 9, 1910.) JM OVI3R TWO YEARS LATER Mr. WKf Southwlck said: "Donn's Kldnoy Pills 3ff kcej) my kidneys normal nnd my back &M strong. Every word of what I've said Wf beroro Is true.'-' Mm Prleo TiOc, nt all dealers. Don't ,$ simply ask ror a kldnoy remedy get 'jWj' Donn's Kldnro Pills tho snmo that fH Mr, Southwlck had. Fostcr-Mllburn JB Co., Props., Burrnlo, N Y. (Adv.) ,f THIS PAPER. m Goes to tho homo nnd is road nnd g welcomed there. If you wish to roach flH tho houBowlfo, tho real arbiter of do- uM nustlc dostlnles, you can do so II through this newspaper. 19-tf B I WILL GIVE $1000 I II I FAIL to CURE H,CANCERHTUMOIIit.it l,foro It POISONS HfMtHlllKlH to I0NE Without Knlfo or Palng C". No PAY Until CUREDfTViJJ 19 WRITTEN GUARAKTttV VUJjHft. F ! s X Kay or other I MKKKKmmr H wlnitlc. An lilanJ J J MMlltlit H plant miktthecure2 HHlHBili H TUMOR. LUMP nrE. lllll SORE on the ficoiHilH JMm or bod jr long la VKa CANCCn; It never KMklSW IH etlnauntlllattitags WTl UM I20- PAOt BOOK acnt imtmwMlW M KIlEE, 10,0)0 tcitl.0 mL7I 1 Any LUMPis WOMAN'S BREAST I It P1UOCD indalwaripoUonidecpirn. H ' uHnuCllpIt Eltndnand Kills QUICKIV One woman lnevetjr7ulriolcancer U.8. report H Weretuie many who wait too long & must die 11 roorcurert at tilt price If cancer U yet tmall ! Dr.& Hrs.Or.CHAMLtY & CO. aiffl 11 "Strictly Rdlibla, Critttit Cancar SMCliHit llrlni" HB 434D&436EV(lnclaSt,'SuiFrMlico,CaL TJM KINDLY MAIL THIS UiMNiivM CANCER H m2! t-to-j-17 H tsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm H Culmer Hotel I iviihiu: Ytui ri:r,i, at iibmi: hi:. H cai'si: of the homi: too Kino H VLKXX USV.S AM) pi.KASAM' sub. In KOUMUMIS. B MAIN ST. PLEASANT GJtOTK R VMJWWMntMlfHll m a ntl '!