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I 6 THE SALT LAKE HERALD FRIDAY JANUARY 291892
I A LIVELY SESSION
i
t The Secretarys Fee Bill Dis
cussed in the Council
ANTIPOLYGAMY BILL PASSED
All the Liberal Members of the House Voto
I Aye Ferrys Speech Creates a
Little Surprise
There was a very lively session of both
branches of the legislature yesterday
I There was but one bill introduced in the
t Council and this was to provide for tho
S education of the deaf
In the House Irvine W H introduced
S a bill to amend the compiled laws of Utah
relating to judgment upon failures to an
swer also amending the compiled laws of
Utah relating to negotiable instruments
also relating to proceedings in justices
courts also relating to tho manner of
commencing civil actions also a bill to repeal
peal section 823 compiled laws 1SSS re
t lating to proceedings in civil actions
There was a lively debate in the House
over the passage of the antipolygamy law
1 which is given in full below
The Council
S Promptly at 2 oclock President King
called the Council to order a quorum
I answering tho call at roll call The special
I order of the day was the consideration of
C F No S and tho most of tho day was
given to its consideration It pertained to
the organization government and control
of the building and loan associations The
bill was discussed section by section
several amendments were made in tho
body but it was not until tho thirtythird
section was reached that anything like an
exciting debate was had Then the way
the Council dissected that section was a
caution It provided for tho fees of the
territorial secretary and the way they cut
them down would have delighted the
average citizen had he been present
Thirtylive dollars was the nice little plum
the secretary was to get out of each asso
ciation but the Council after speaking of I
the exhorbitant and extortionate fees
charged cut it down to 450 and fixed the
per diem for making examinations into
the affairs of those corporations 4 instead
of 10 This is one of the first instances
where the fees of the territorial secretary
havo been cut and now that the good
f work has begun itis hoped that it will con
tinuo and tho fees be reduced to a
minimum whenever possible
Pending the reading of the bill Mr
Gloudinning asked to be excused on ac
count of a pressing engagement at the
Walker pavilion where Baskin Vandor
cook and others were having seance The
request was granted
COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE UOUSE
A communication was received from the
House citing that H F No 32 fixing tile
age of persons who may be employed as
conductor or operator of an elevator and
prescribing punishment for employing per
sons under age had been passed Referred
to committee on manufacture and com
ml1lCo
KEPOKTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES
From committee on claims Reporting
back the claim of Smithe Britton Pooro I
Company for 5520 for stationery and
blanks furnished territorial statistician
recommending its allowance and that it be
placed in the appropriation bill Adopted
From public health Recommending the
passage of C F No IS regulating the
practice of dentistry Adopted anc filed
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS
By MelvilleProviding for the educa
tion of the blind Referred to the commit
tee on university
SPECIAL ORDII
At230 oclock C P Xo 5 providing for
the organization government and control
of building and loan and savings associa
tions etc both local and foreign doing
business in the territory and repealing all
laws in conflict therewith The matter
came up on second reading and when sec
tion 7 was reached it was stricken out
Several minor changes were made and
when section 33 was reached a general on
slaught and denunciation of the exhorbitant
fees prescribed for the territorial secretary
was made The following shows the fees
provided by the bill and as amended
Original
Bill Amended
Filing articles incorporationS 5 00 50
Filing copy bylaws or amend
ments un n h 500 50
Approving form of certificate of
stock 500 100
Issuing licenseu n 5 00 1 00
inline annual reportu 5 00 50
filing trust companys semi
annual report 2 50 50
Ordinary transfer of securities 2 50 5J
I Making examinations per diem 10 00 4 00
After these amendments had been made
on motion of Morrell tho rules were sus
pended and the bill read a third time and
massed
I
SECOND BEADING or BILLS
C F No IS regulating the practice of
dentistry was read a second time when
on motion of Evans the enacting clause
was stricken out and the bill died a
bornin
THIRD READING OF BILLS
C F No 13 providing for a change in
the territorial university amending tho
laws providing for its government was
read a third time and passed
C F No 34 authorizing counties to issue
bonds to fund indebtedness and for other
purposes was taken up and an amend
ment Providing also that the total
amount of bonds issued shall not exceed 1
per centum of the assessed value of the
taxable property of the county based upon
the preceding assessment roll brought
out an animated discussion Mr Peters
championing the amendment It was
finally agreed to
Pending the vote on its passaee Mr
Haines rose to a question of privilege and
asked that the journal show that the
Council was dismissed with tho benedic
tion of the chaplain
The roll was called and the bill passed
jnd at 520 the Council adjourned the order
tif business not being entirely concluded
The House
There wore but few of the members of
tho House absent when the speakers gavel
fell and that body at once proceeded to
business
EXCUSED
Moritz and Marshall were excused
GIVEN INSTRUCTIONS
The minute clerk was given J certain in
struction in reference to his duties and on
a resolution of Mackay he was instructed
to use the minutes of the session of 1S90 as
a model and to exclude from his reports
all extraneous matter
STENOGRAPHERS GO
The Council notified tho House that it
had concurred in the House resolution
authorizing the employment of steno
graphers
SCHOOL BONDS
The governor approved C F12 author
izing the payment of commissions for tho
sale of school bonds of cities of the first
and second class
MECIUXICS LIENS
Tho Council sent to the House C F 6
the mechanics lien bill which had passed
that body Referred to committee on judi
ciary
4 SUBSTITUTE
The Council reported a substitute for H
F 8 which it had passed Referred to tho
committee on judiciary
THE EMINENT DOMAIN
H F 12 was also passed by the Council
It makes certain changes in tho eminent
domain act
S MONET FOR ROADS
Sargent presented a petition from numer
ous residents of Garfield county asking for
an appropriation for the improvement of
roads Committee on highways
A CLAIM ALLOWED
Stoker from the committee on claims
reported recommending that the claim of
J H Lewis for S100 witness fees be al I
lowed Adopted
A BILL KILLED
Arnott from the judiciary committee re
ported recommending the rejection of H
F 23 the bill extending the time of the
commencement of certain actions Adopted
PROVIDING FOR ATTORNEYS FEES
Arnett also recommended H F 34 in
reference to attorneys foes when mechan
ics sue for wages recommending that it bo
put upon its passage Adopted
COSTS IN COURTS
Arnett also reported H P 33 with the
same recommendation The bill relates to
costs in justices courts
FORNIST JUSTICES
Also that H F 44 forbidding a justice of
the peace from practicing In any justices
court in the county where he resides
recommending its adoption
DEATH OF A MONSTROSITY
H R 12 by Ferry allowing a clerk to
nearly every committee of the House was
referred back by the committee with the
recommendation that it bo not adopted
Ferry called for the ayes and noes and
the monstrosity was killed ayes 17 noes
3 absent 3
TO ENCOURAGE MANUFACTUEES
The committee on manufactures and
commerce reported back H F 36 provid
ing for the payment of bounties on manu
factures within the territory recommend
ing that it be put upon its passage
Adopted
THE SUGAR BOUNTY
The same committee reported back the
petition or Elias Morris and others asking
for a bounty on sugar without recommen
dation
Colton wanted tho bill referred back to
the committee
Cunningham wanted it sent to the com
mittee on agriculture and irrigation He
stood here as a Democrat on Democratic
principles but ho represented Republicans
oven Liberalsand bo wanted those who
were in favor of the bill to bo given a
chance to be heard The report was finally
adopted
BEE CULTURE
Tho committee on agriculture and irriga
tion reported back favorably the bill in
reference to bee culture with certain
amendments and recommended that it be
passed
Ferry said in its present shape it was
entirely satisfactory to those engaged in
the bee business The report was adopted
TO EMPLOY A STENOGRAPHER
Kimballs resolution instructing the
chairman of tho judiciary committee to at
once employ a stenographer to be used
by the several committees was adopted
A LITTLE TIFF
Pierce wanted C F 1 in relation to
polygamy postponed for a day in order
that several members of the House who
were not present might have an opportu
nity of airing their knowledge of the sub
ject
Ferry objected Ho did not see why the
business of this House should be postponed
because some of the members were absent
at a political powwow
Colton haughtily In behalf of the gen
man who was excused at my request I
wish to say that he is not at a political
meeting
Irvine W HId like to know what
there is in the minutes to show that the
absent members are at a political meeting 1
Sargent There is no reason why the
business of tho House should be inter
rupted I move that tho bill be put
through
Kimball with a smileI second that
because it is very important that polygamy
be suppressed
The request of Pierce was denied
TO PAY ATTORNEYS
H F 34 providing for attorneys fees
where mechanics artisans miners labor
ers or servants sue for wages was read the
second time and filed
COSTS IN COURTS
H F 35 relating to costs in justices
courts was read the second time
TO ENCOURAGE MANUFACTURES
H F 36 to encourage manufatures with
in the territory of Utah came up on its sec
ond reading It exempts furnaces for tho
manufacture of bar iron nails or steel rails
or pig iron from taxation for a period of
five years Two or three minor amend
ments were made and the bill filed for its
third reading
FORNINST JUSTICES
H F 44 forbidding any justice of the
peace or commissioner of the supreme
court from practicing law before any jus
tices court in the county In which ho re
sides was read the second time
Sargent wanted to amend the bill so as
to allow such ersons to practice before
any court where the cause had been taken
by a change of venue but he failed to re
ceive a second and the bill was filed for
third reading
TUE ANTIPOLYGAMY BILL
C F 1 a bill to punish polygamy came
up on its third reading
Cunningham wanted the bill amended so
that imprisonment for unlawful cohabita
tion could be had in any jail instead of the
penitentiary S
Kimball called attention to tho fact that
a justice of tho peace could have no juris
diction
Sargent admitted that Kimball for
once was right
The amendment was defeated
Kimball spoke against tho bill on gen
eral principles It would prove a nullity
and the time consumed in passing it would
prove to be wasted because there was al
ready a bill passed by Congress to the same
effect
Snow thought the bill was a proper sub
ject of legislature and such a law should
go on tho statute books of the territory
Pierce offered as an amendment a new
section providing that there should be no
prosecutions under this act while the pres
ent laws of Congress against polygamy re
main in force in this territory Until the
laws of Congress in this regard were re
pealed the law would be a nullity any
how but some day the territory would be
admitted as a state and it might
be as well to have such a law
on the statute books If this amend
ment were accepted he was ready to vote
for the bilL The section was an additional
protection to the people of tho territory
and it should be inserted
Snow objected to the amendment and the
House refused to adopt it
fTh nn p l n n nn k D n
uu L 1 uu
and began reading a speech which several
of the members thought was entirely out of
order and at several points he was called
to order by Mackay Pike Sargent Olsen
and others
Ferry insisted that he had a right to be
heard and that be was in order
Sargent reminded him that ho was sup
posed to be discussing a polygamy billnot
the home rule bill nor the politics of the
nation
Perry I am discussing polygamy
SargentThen I move that he be in I
structed just what polygamy is It is ap
parent that he doesnt know
The speaker ruled that Ferry must con
fine himself to the subject under discussion
and ho then said he would omit several
portions of his speech which he did Af
terwards the portions stricken out were al
lowed to go in on motion of Mackay all
objections being withdrawn Below is his
speech in full
Ho who cannot discern tho signs of tho times
must be dense in comprehension blinded by
partisanship or reckless in his desire for tho
spoils of office When the great national Dem
ocratic party nearly coexistent with the
formation of the government having for eighty
years an almost uninterrupted control of the
nation from Jefferson to not including Bu
chanan writing on the pages of history its bril
liant achievements in statesmanship Its glori
ous victories by land and sea stoops to such a
faux pas in the Senate of the United States
and brands with the name of Caine in the
House of Representatives such an abortion as
the socalled Home Rule bill when
on the other hand the grand old Re
publican party born with Fremont
under tho leadership of Abraham Lincoln
and Ulysses S Grant unloosing the shackles
of over four millions of slaves and establish
ing forever beyond a question of doubt and to
the admiration of all ages and all peoples
that this is a union of states that shall en
dure forever and not a confederacy of inde
pendent political communities who may dis
solve their respective political relations at the
will of individual passions or behest of dis
appointed politicians party that points
with pride to its splendid record of stateman
ship under Grant Hayes Garfield Arthur
Harrison and James G Blaine a party whose
mission is by no means ended and
whose life I believe will be con I
current with tho life of the nation it
has redeemed from slavery reconstructed 1
rsunf eei ucifr I
In unity and perpetuated in life when Mr 1
speaker this party of which I have the honor
to be a humble member nationally introduced 1
In the same legislative bodies unaer the claim
that it is forced so to do by its political oppo
nents a bill for immediate statehood for Utah
without any request officially from the people
of this territory disregarding the precedents
and regularity of a constitutional convention
when the so called Democratic party of Utah
under a selfconstituted directory of bourbon
leaders appea upon the floor of this House b
its attorneys one skilled in the political tac
tics of the Democracy in Michigan and the
other skilled in all those ways that are dark
and tricks that are vain of tho defunct
Peoples party of Utah assisted in parlia
mentry rulings and tactics by the presiding of
ficErs ot both chambers of this legis
lative assembly with one of Its lead
ing members unblushingly declaring from
the floor of this chamber thai words
of truth and soberness In favor of the
right upon a question that should be nonparti
san would not influence a single vote and
then with uncalled for and indecent haste pro
ceed to railroad through a general election
bill by a strict party note and with barely the
affirmative twothirds majority necessary to
suspend the rules then Mr Speaker I submit I
to this chamber then it is high time for the I
members of all political parties and creeds of
this our beloved territory to pause and reflect
Today as 1 yesterday I read and thus make
a part of my remarks for our mutual considera
tion the following extract from the Washington
Dispatch of yesterday morning January 26
The Democrats in Congress decline to make
a party measure of the Faulkner bill and tno
Republicans will not make a party measure of
the Teller bill There is no chance of the pass
age of either measure
Can we afford to do less I declare it to be
my deliberate judgment that these days
through which we are passing are days fraught
with great issues and our united action will be
resultant of great good or great evil to our be
loved territory all the people thereof and re
llcctively to the nation Eah individual mem
ber of this legislature is daily making for him
self and his party a record which cannot be of
faced t and by which it and he must forever
uUU <
uUUMr Speaker when we presented ourselves
here it was prima facie evidence that our re
spective districts by a majority vote had re
posed a confidence in us more sacred than a
written obligation because it depended en
tirely upon our patriotism and honor We pre
sented our commissions under the great seal of
the territory and attested by the unanimous
action of the Utah commission expressed
through its chairman it was prima
facie evidence that that majority had
been obtained without corruption bribery or
fraud When we took our oaths of office a cer
titled copy of which is no doubt with every
member of this house as it is with ma we
solemnly swore before God and in the presence
of each other to support the constitution of
the United States and to faithfully obey tho
laws thereof and further to faithfully dis
charge tho duties which wo owe to this terri
tory to constituents and ever and always
to do the right in the light of our own con
sciences as Godgives us to see the light
Mr Speaker as a member of the Liberal
party of Utah and by its confidence ono of its
representatives on the floor of this house I
have the right and by its courtesy should I
exceed my allotted time I will state the rea
son why I favor and shall support by my vole
this bill now before us entitled A Bill for an
Act to Punish Polygamy and Kindred Of
fences presented for our consideration by the
majority of this house the Democratic
party of Utah I care not that years since the
same party under another name voted in
solid phalanx against a similar bill introduced
and supported by the Liberal party I care not
whether it will meet tho executive approval or
veto The governor will exercise in his official
action on this act if passed the same good
judgment that has characterized his execu
tive actions and I am confident justified by his
wisdom and impartiality tho confidence re
posed in him by the President of the United
States I care not whether it be constitutional
or unconstitutional in the judgment of indivi
dual members of this House or of the Liberal
party I known it is tho text word for word
of the socalled EdmundsTucker bill that
was the product of the united wisdom of the
national lawmakers irrespective of party that
it has been sustained by the supreme court of
the United States that under Its provisions its
duties have been discharged fearlessly and im
partially by the Utah commission a non
partisan body created under the law of the
United States its member acing men of both
political parties pure in character and of na
tional reputation
i anew mat mere is no man in this territory
be he Mormon Jew or Gentile of whatever re
ligious creed or belief however much he may
have suffered from lines or penalties under the
provisions of this act that breathes a word of
suspicion or dares to formulate a charge of
partiality favoritism or corruption against a
single member of the judiciary of this our own
territory in the discharge of the unsought for
and unwelcome duty of executing the law
against sich members of tho Church of Jesus
Christ of Latterday Saints who mistakenly
I think preferred suffering the penalty of than
obedience to the law
Mr Speaker permit me to say that with
many of the socalled Mormons I as other non
Mormons have relations ot friendship of busi
ness and of social interchange which I prize
and outside of the question of polygamy and
its cognate political dogma church rule I
honor and respect them as I trust I have in
turn their respect and friendship In their re
ligious zeal and as I believe influenced by fa
naticism and dominated by church rule they i
have for longyears fought the oft repeated battle
wherever and whenever the church attempted
to rule the stateof theocracy against a gov
ernment of the people by the people and for
the people while we tho Liberal party of
Uah a small but gallant band composed of
men of all creeds believing in the genius of
American government led by McGarnty Max
well Baskin Van Zilo Campbell Colonel
Ferry Ransford Smith and Goodwin have met
them at every issuo and on every political field
until with the frankness and gallantry of a
brave enemy the church have through their
official religious authorities relinquished con
trol of political matters and two years ntm last
October issued its manifesto with which you
are all cognizant and which it is unnecessary
here to read releasing its members from furth
er obligation to practice celestial marriage
which we term polygamy a practice not in
consonance in these latter days with the re
ligious or political views of any of the states
and territories Utah excepted of this great
nation
More recently with the regularity which
characterizes the action of a well trained and
disciplined political party they formally dis
banded by official proclamation the religio
political Peoples party and advised its
members to seek aflliliation with the groat na
tional parties as their indiridual political pro
dilections might dictate
The large majority of this people now seek to
more solemnly declare and express their de
sire and intention to support the constitution
and obey the laws of the United States be
yond any possible hope of reconsideration and
further attest the sincerity and good faith of
that intention in the only possible way for
them so to do the enactment of a law by the
legislative assembly of this territory Such
legislative declaration has heretofore met per
sistent and stubborn refusal all former legis
latures again and again declining to
entertain even the proposition to
pass any law pertaining to marriage or sexual
relations When our great general Ulysses S
Grant was asked his terms of capitulation by
the enemy his invariable reply was uncon
ditional surrender but when on the Held oi
Appomatox the crowning glory of his military
career the chivalrous and gallant southern
commander Robert E Lee with princely mien
and military courtesy tendered him his sword
as a token of utter surrender Grant said with
that breadth of mind and wise statesmanship
which endeared him to the hearts of the whole
nation Take back your sword let it be a re
membrance of the brave and gallant llelu
which you have vainly made and when asked
to dictate his terms of surrender to the van
quished foe he replied Let the officers keel
their side arms the soldiery their own guns
iney win need tnem for the protection of their
households their horses for they wilt be
needed tilling their fields and restoring the
ravages of war Oan we afford to be less
generous or patriotic
Now Mr Speaker speaKing only for myself
and the district I represent without any rule of
action of the party of which I am a member or
caucus of its representatives here impressed
with my own individual duty my responsibility
to our territory and my constituency I with a
heart made glad by their religious and political
action tho success which has attended and the
victory which has crowned the patriotic efforts
of the Liberal party ot Utah shall cast my vote
In favor ana support of the bill entitled A
Bill for an Act to Punish Polygamy and Kin
drtd Offenses now only waiting tho action of
this House and the executive to become a law
and thus forever efface I trust the stain upon
the name and fame of tho United Slates of
America
His speech was received with dull silence
which Arnett was tho first to break He
hardly expected the gentleman to vote for
the bill Polygamy had been usea as an
argument against the people of this terri
tory both in the Liberal pulpit and press
But now when the people of this country
came before it and said they bad aban
doned tho practicenow when this legisla
ture proposed to pass an antipolygamy
law the gentlemen the other side were
opposed to it The bill should pass
Pike said he proposed to vote for tho bill
He was sorry it bad not beenon the statute
book for many years But it would not
hurt to put it there now It is better late
than never
Stoker thought the people of Utah had
been most unjustly accused for many
years Polygamy had been abandoned the
Peoples party had been abandoned all
that had been asked for by tho people of
tho United States had been granted and
yet there were members of the other side
who were unwilling to allow the people of
Utah to come into line
Kimball said he knew of no one on his
side who was opposed to the bill ho looked
upon it as a deathbed repentance but it
was better late than never
Ferry slid he had no partisan motive in
voting in favor of the bill His action
might cut him off from the Liboralfparly I
he did not know and he did
not care but thank God he had the
county of Summit behind him He wanted
it distinctly understood that ho was not
partisan in this move Did any of the gen
tlemen say so He had been taunted with
being a member of a back number the
Liberal partya party that was dead No
one would be more pleased than he when
the Liberal party was dead and buried
when its mission was ended which did not
seem to be far off He had but words of
contempt for any cowardly sneak who
would seek to enter the Union at the back
door and when Utah knocked for state
hood at the door of tho Rocky mountains
freed from all church rule she would be
admitted
Lawrence thought that while tho bill
would have very little if any effect under
the laws of Congress still he was willing
that it should pass and he would vote in
favor of it because it was a step in the
right direction
Colton said ho proposed to vote for the
bill because it should have been upon the
statute book thirty years ago if it was
right then it was right now
Sargent said he had objected to Ferrys
remarks in good faith because he thought
he was right in so doing not because he
had any idea or cared which way Ferry
was going to vote He had nothing to re
tract it was business with him
Irvine W H said he would like to have
expunged from Ferrys speech wherever
it appeared the name of R B Hayes and
substitute in lieu thereof the name of Sam
uel J Tilden Uproarous laughter and ap
plause 1
The bill passedayes 20 absent 2
Adjourned
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Than cure and those who are subject to
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Hoods Sarsaparilla is used by thousands
with great success It is the best blood
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Constipation is caused by loss of the per
istaltic action of the bowels Hoods Pills
restore this action and invigorate the
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GRAND NATURAL GAS EXCURSION
Illumination by Professor Elliott Visible
From the Cars
On Sunday evening at 7 oclock the
Union Pacific will run an excursion train
to the natural gas well where Prof
Elliott the distinguished gas expert will
give an illumination of natural gas
Tile train will be placed so that the illu
mination may be seen without leaving the
carsThe price for tho round trip is only 50
S
cents
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The attention of those desiring to open
savings accounts is called to the Desoret
Savings Bank which allows interest on do
posits at tho rate of 5 per cent per annum
compounded quarterly Money to loan on ap
proved real estate security Its officers are
as follows
JAMES T LITTLE President
MOSES THATCUEK Vico President
E A SMITH Cashier
DIRECTORS
JNO R WINDER J R BARNES
JAMES Saint D H PERRY
MOSES THATCHER J T LITTLE
HENRY DINWOODET ELIAS A SMITH
L S HILLS W W RITER
S J C CUTLER F W JENNINGS
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Find electric bitters to be tho best kid
ney and liver medicine made me feel like
a new man J W Gardner hardware
merchant same town says Electric bit
ters is just the thing for man who is all
mn down and dont care whether he lives
or dies he found new strength good appe
tite and felt just like ho had a now lease on
life Only 50c a bottle at A C Smith
Cos drugstore 2
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We have sold them for the past thre
fears WITHOUT ANY ADVERTISING
and sales have constantly increased UPON
JUERIT ALONE
ACKER MERRALL A CONDIT
NEW YORK February 1 1890
WILMERDING CO
Agents for Pacific Coast I
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Two Years
Is Shortness oft
Breath Pain
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cured by one
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CURE Dr Miles Book
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druggists
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DR MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart Ind
Sold by all druggists Roberts Nelden
wholesale
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5 A GAIN OF A POUND A DAY IN THE i
CASE OF A MAN WHO HAS BECOME ALL
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i DRUGGISTS AVOID SUBSTITUTIONS AND
IMITATIONS ANDJ
In Behalf of Humanity
My friends have requested me to publish
a statement of the methods adopted to re
cover my health after suffering manyyears
with Dyspepsia Rheumatism Kidney Dis
peso WnT vn PTvVinnat inn nnrl GlanrtlnacnnoD
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during my long illness I received advice
and took the remedies of Allopath Homce
path and Eclectic physicians Was sev
eral months at the Hot Springs north of
Ogden and at the Hot Springs of Arkan
sas had massage treatment in New York
Electropathic treatment in Southern Cali
fornia and Salt Lake City From all or
any of these treatments tho results were
merely palliative At that time it appeared
that I was near tho verge of the grave
But having received a correct diagnosis
of the case and an acquaintance with the
potent qualities of FQNTYN TEA I adop
ted a strict diet course as explained in a
pamphlet a Guide to Health enclosed in
each package of the Fontyn Tea The diet
course has been strictly followed and the
Tea taken for years Relief from pain soon
brought renewed hope I am now enjoying
good health Rheumatism and Kidney
troubles aad Sleeplessness have all disap
peared My physical and mental condition
have so improved that I marvel at myself
I am well known by hundreds of profess
ional and business men in Utah Idaho
Montana and Wyoming many of whom can
verify these facts The remark is fre
quently make to me Your case is a remark
able cure
JOHN B MEREDITH
Kaysvillo Utah
Fontyn Tea wholesale A C Smith Co
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KO 253 EAST FIRST SOUTH STREET
Telephone No 70
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If such are your inclinations be sure to go to the old reliable house
MADSENS FURNITURE STORE
5153 E First South Street near Theatre
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