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A Alarlng
Blaring and damaging damagl g than that th f par par ¬
ticular one oneAnother oneAnother oneAnother
Another similar error consists of ot o the themap themap 1
map showing a certain thoroughfare thoroughfareto I
to be highway No 73 while In the thcd de deecrlption dqS
S ecrlption 6 < on file It Is mentioned as s sL
L highway highwa No 75 75Where 75Where 75Where
Where Trouble Begins BeginsThe Beginsl BeginsThe
l The description of the northern boun boundary boundary bounLiry ¬
dary of the alleged city is correct as asis a ais asIH
is also that portion bounded bytheBigi bytheBigiOottomvood by bytheB1gi theBIg
i Cottonwood C creek crec When the boundary boundarystarts boundaryEtart j jstarts
starts Etart south so thtrom from the creek the trouble troublebegjns troubleeglns troubleDegjns
begjns After Mterd UterdcrIblng describing crIblng thecreek thee creek as asa asI I IA
a portion of the boundary the descrip ¬
I tion says sa i iThence IThence IThence
Thence sutherly s and southeasterly southeasterlyalong southeasterlYatong southeasterlyalong
along th < west bank of ofsaid said creeKyto creeKytowhere creekto creektowhere creekitoihere
where the same Interflects Inter ets the quarjer qua quarjerBeetion t r rfCtIOn
I Beetion line eighty rods west westo of the Sec Section eec eecLIon eo eotion ¬
tion line 1I 1In between sections 5 and 6 6The 6The 6I
I The map shows that the boundary
does dO iI not follow south eighty rods west westof westor vestI vestthe
of the quartersection line but follows followsthe followsthp followsthf
I the eighth section line making a differ difference dI1rernce dIfferenee ¬
ence nce of the width of a quarter sedtion sedtionIf se edtionIf tion tionIf
If that is the true boundary linej the thecreek therepk ther
creek r e is cut off entirely as a portion portIonot portIonotthe of ofthe ofthe
the boundary line lineThat lineThat lineThat
That is one of the several fatal er errors errors ermrs ¬
rors between the map and description descriptionwhich descriptionwhIh descriptionwhich
which are supposed to tally exactly exactlyW exactlyVth exactlyWith
With W Vth th the east boundary of the city citythat cit citthat citythat
that far off the southern boundary Is Istut isut isUt
tut ut off just that much In width widthAfter wIdthAfter widthAfter
After describing where the eastern easternboundary easternboundat easternboundary
boundary boundat line meets the one on the thesouth the6outh thenouth
south the description says the latter latterline latter11ne latterline
line follows highway No 75 ina in a west westerly w65trJy westF ¬
erly rJy direction to another certain point pointI pointIn pointIn
F I In fact the said highway runs south southvvest southwest southvest
west for a considerable distance and andthin andthn nd ndthnuns
thin thnuns runs un northwest until it meets meet the theftate thetat thettte
ftate tat ttte road The latter Jatt r thoroughfare thoroughfareappears thoroQghfarenppears thoroughfarappears
appears by b that name namcon on the th map but butIs butIs
Is 1 called a highway in the description descriptionThere descriptionThere descriptionThere
There is no no State road in either of the thedsoriptlons th thdsctlpUons thedscr1ptions
dsoriptlons on file fileTwo fileTwo fileTwo
Two Serious Defects DefectsAt I IAt
L At this point two errors are found foundwhich foundwhIch foundwhich
which are most serious When State Statestreet Statef Stateidreet
street f > is met the city line proceeds proceedsnorth proceedsnorth proceedsnorth
north for tor a distance of ten feet more moreor moreor moreor
or less In reality the distance is 165 165feet 165tept 165feet
feet such a distance not being con contemplated contt contemrlated ¬
templated tt > in the survey for it would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhtve
have been specific as regards such suchgreat suchgreat suchgreat
great distance The exact distance distanceis distanceisnot is1 is1not isnot
not shown in the two surveys made madeo madeothe of ofthe ofth
the th boundary line JlO > as a the two do not notcorrespond notlorrespond notLorrespond
lorrespond Then continues the de description description doL ¬
L scription scriptionThence striptionThenee I
Thence north on highway No No8 8j ten tenf tenffft tenr
f ffft > pt more or less to t the quartersec quarterisectlon
unit line forming the south boundary boundaryline boundarYline boundaryline
line of school district No 25 thence thencevest thencefst thenceest
vest est on said south boundary line to the thesoutheast thesoutheast thesoutheast
southeast corner of the northwest quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter of the northwest quarter of sec section sectton seetion ¬
tion 13 13An 13An 13An
An inspection of the map will show showthat showthat
that the south boundary of school dis district distrIct district ¬ I
trict No 25 and the southern boundary boundaryof
of the city along the quartersection quartersectionline
1 line fne are not and cannot can not possibly be the thesame theII thesame I
II same They are a quarter of a sec section sectiona sectiona ¬
tion tiona a quarter of a mile mUeapart mUeapartThe apart apartThe
The description hows that the south southern southern southera ¬
ern boundary of the city runs west westalong westaJong westalong
along the southern quartersection line linementioned linemcnUoned linementioned
mentioned above while the map shows showsthe showstht showsthe
the southern boundary of the city to tobe tobe tobe
be along the southern boundary of the thenchool thefhool theschool
school district Both cannot be correct correctas
as the two lines are not the same sameAre sameAre sameAre
Are Entirely Different DifferentThen DifferentThpn DifferentThen
Then the description says the the line lineruns Jineruns lineruns
runs west to a certain point and north northto
to tJ the place of beginning Succinctly Succinctlyspeaking Succinctlyspeaking Succinctlyspeaking
speaking the boundary of the city ac according acoedlng according ¬
cording to the map and according to tothe tothe tothe
the description arc entirely different differentThey di differentThey erent erentThey
They are not the same In a generalay general1vay general generalway
way ay they Include In In1udethe 1ude the he same territory territorybut territoryput territorytut
but on the th east eqs and a d sQuth sides there thereare thereare thereare
are strips oT Ihnd a ct quarter of r a mile milewide mIlewIde mileI
wide which are both in and out of the thecity thedh thecity
I city limits As they cannot be both boththe boththe boththe
the law is not complied with when it itsays Itsays Itsays
says the description of the boundary boundarymust boundarmust boundarymust
must be accompanied by b an accurate accuratemap accuratema accuratemap
map mapIf ma mapIf
If the map is correct the description descriptionis
is wrong if the description is right rightthe rIghtthe rightthe
the map Is wrong and in eIther in inptanre Intauee instance
stance the law has not be been n complied compliedwith compliedwith compliedI
withThp with withThe wtthThe
I The investigation instituted by Mayor MayorSillier 1la MayorMiller ror rorMllier
Sillier yesterday brought to light the thediscovery theliseover thediscovery
discovery liseover that ihe he original map of the thealleged theoUEged thenikged
alleged city of Murray is not on file fileThe meThe tUerho
The citizens of the smelter city claim claimthey claimthy claimI
I they th y gave it to County Clerk James Jamesfor Jamesfor Jamesfor
for record he avers no such map ever everwas everas everts
was as ts given him for that or o any other otherpurpose otherurposl otherJurpose
purpose The only onl map he has on onrecord onrCcord on3cord
record is one clipped from a newspaper newspaperThat lJewspaperThat newspaperPhat
That Is not the one the citizens of ofMurray ofllurra ofMurray
Murray llurra and the county count clerk have ref reference referfnce refcrence ¬
erence to in their dispute disputeMaps disputeMaps disputeMaps
Maps Did Not Agree AgreeWhen Agreehn
When hn It became known that the theoriginal theoriginal theoriginal
original map was lost Jesse W V Fox Foxuho Foxwho Foxwho
who was then county surveyor was wasInstructed wasIl1struct wasInstructed
Instructed d to make another He was wascompelled wasompeUed wascompelled
compelled to make a new survey When Whenhe Whenpe WhenIe
he recorded his map withThomas with Thomas Als Alston Alston Alston ¬
ton who was was then county count recorder he hemade hemadp hemade
made the statement to Clerk Moore It It5s 1tis Itis
is said that the original > map and nd the theCPP thecre I IPI
CPP PI he was about to file did not agree agreeH agreeHe I IH
H He < < want wenton on to tostate state that the south southern southera ¬ I
era rn boundary boundar east e st of South State StateStreet Stateftreet I ItrEet
Street which is highway No No8 8 in one onemap onemap
map ran along the highway while in inthe Inthe inthe I
the other it ran through private prop property property ¬
erty > rt The map now on file with Re Recorder Reorder I
4 order Meeks was filed Dec 31 at 5 5oviock 5Ot j jodock
oviock Ot lock by b Mr Ir Fox It bears his at attestment attostinent
testment that it is correct correctBefore correctBErore correctBefore
Before Recorder Alston AIstonwent went out of ofoflUe ofoOke ofofl1e
oflUe he mentioned to a certain certalncount certalncountoffidal county countyofficial countyofilcial
official that the map was incorrect incorrectWhen Incorrectthen incorrectWhen
When then Recorder R corder Meeks took charge of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th office he found the map lying on onono onon onone
ono on of the desks It apparently had hadnever hadlwypr hadiever
never been filed away awayOne awayOne awayOne
One day du shortly shortJ after that County CountySurveyor Countyurv CountySurveyor
Surveyor urv or Swensen walked into the of office offi of11cc ¬
fice fi and picking up the map started startedtd
td walk out with it When stopped by byDeputy b bIfputy byDrputy
Deputy Recorder John May la he said hev he hewanted hewanted
wanted v to take it to his office and cor correct corret correct ¬
rect It Mr Ir May J8 refused to permit permithim permithim i il1im
him to do so and reported the mat matter m thatter t tter ¬
ter to Recorder Meeks MeeksWanted MecksWanted MeeksWanted
Wanted to Correct Map MapThe MapThe MapThe
The county count commissioners took the thematter theJT1atter thepiatter
matter up about that time and they theyinsisted theyirpisted theyInsisted
insisted that the map should be al alt altHEd alt
t tHEd red County Clerk James was in instructed Instructed Instructed ¬
structed to get the map and make the thealterations thea thealterations
alterations a Recorder Meeks refused to tolet tot tolet
let t him have it When County Attor Attorney Attor1fy AttorpEy ¬
ney Westervelts attention was called calledto
to the matter he said neither neith r the coun county caunty ¬ I Ity
ty commissioners nor the county sur surveyor surveyOr ¬ i ieyor
veyor nor any an one else had a right rightto
to change the map once It had been beenrecorded beenrorded beenrecorded
recorded and that Recorder Meeks Ieeksdld Ieeksdldright did didright didright
right in 1i refusing to let it go out of ofhis ofhis
his handsfor hands for that purpose purposetounty purposeQunty purposeounty I
tounty Attorney Westervelt is now nowrreparing noWfreparing nowyreparing
rreparing a written opinion upholding upholdingthe
the stand taken bj b Recorder Meeks as asagainst asagaInst asagainst
against the county commissioners and andthe andthe I
the county surveyor surveyorThe surveyorUII
The Defective Documents DocumentsItT I
ItT i In justice to City Attorney Ray Van VanCott Vanlt1 Vanott
Cott lt1 It must be stated that neither he henor henor heIlor
nor C E Marks had anything whatso whatsoever whatsoever hatso hatsoer ¬
ever er to do with the drawing up of the thedescription thedfscrIpUon theF
F description of f < the city of Murray or orthe orthE orthe
the drafting of the final resolutions or orpetitions orpetftfans orpetitions
petitions seeking the incorporation incorporationTAey IncorporationTAey incorporationThey
TAey drafted the supplementary peti petitions petItlms petitions ¬
tions tionsSo tlmsSo tionsSo
So apparent apparen1cre were the mistakes ml takes ofthe ofthecitizens or otthecitizens the theIUzens
citizens that the board of county com commissioners commissIoners cornTI ¬
TI missioners refused reus d to t recognize the thetwo thetwo th thtwo
two parties and aiT said their respective respectivecandidates respectIyecandidates respectivecandidates
candidates names legally could not notappear notappear notappear
appear upon the ballots that the board boardas
L as the matter ma Uer then stood could only onlyIssue ot1 onlyissue y yjRsue
Issue blankones blank ones It was then that thatCMy th thatity t til
CMy il ity Y Attorney Van Cott and Attorney AttorneyMarkswere Attorn AttornyMarks Y YMarkS
Markswere MarkS vere ere employed and so straight straightened straighnPd straightiK
K cued nPd matters out that the candidate candidateof cand1datof
of the two parties were finally placed placedupon plac placedUpon d dUPOlT
upon the ballots lnr lnrconformity In conformity with withthe withI i
the law
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The very heavy black lines with the Big Cottonwood creek in the right han hans < 9 corner of the map denote the
boundary of the city as the citizens of Murray Murra intended it should be today toda The dotted lines on Qnthe the rightand right and
lower portions of the map show where the eastern and southern boundaries of the city would be or legally are areaccording areaccording areaccording
according to the descriptions d of the boundaries of the city nov on file with the county c unty recorder and the county countyThe
clerk 4 4The
The law under which hlch cities of Utah may ma incorporate expressly expre sh provides provides that the map on file with thepe thepev the Pc
tlUon titjo v fT for incorporation must agree or coincide with the description descr pUon of the incorporated territory set forth in inthe
the petition As will be seen at a glance there is a wide discrepancy between the descriptions and the plat on
file If one Is wrong the other is correct and In either instance the law has not beencomplied been complied with and the
incorporation of Murray was not legally perfected perfectediHAPPENINGSIN perfectedHAPPENINGS
4 e I
SchQol Trustees of Eureka So SoDenouncethe SoDenounce SoDenouncethe
Denounce Denouncethe the School Con Consolidation Gonsoli Consolidation ¬
soli solidation tion lawEureka Law LawEureka LawEureka
Eureka Feb 13 13Tbc The school trustees of ofEureka otEureka ofEureka
Eureka are arestrongh strongly opposed to the pro proposed proposed proposed ¬
posed law to consolidate all the school schooldistricts schooldistricts schooldistricts
districts in the Bounties > outside of cities citiesof clUesof Citiesof
of the first and second classand class and pro pronounce pronounc pronounce ¬
nounce it a vicious and dangerous mess measure n1eaure messtire ¬
ure TheY Th y contend that under the pres present presentJaw preseat ¬
eat entJaw law the district schools choo s are attaining attaininga attaInlna
a high hl h standard and that the trustees trusteeselected trusteeselected
elected in each district are 1tremuch much better betterpp bettertedpnrUl betterpotdpzfrthe
pp potdpzfrthe tedpnrUl ted 3 > nVthe 1 needs nlC neCdand d janfr an wishes v hes of the thecpmrtuinitytnan themmunJt th thcomn1upitt1itt1
cpmrtuinitytnan mmunJt tI1 rti a county C < unt school board boardcould boardo boardcopld
could o 14 pbssibjy be They TheYar argue e that the theadoption theadoption theadoptIon
adoption of the law will throw school schoolelections schoolelectlong schoolelections
elections Into politics a a thing to be beavoided beavoided beavoided
avoided at any cost The schools in all allthree aUthre altthree
three of the school districts en this side sideof sIdpof sideof
of the county are In splendid condition conditionunder conditionunder conditionunder
under the present law and ape areconducted areconductedwithout conducted conductedwithout
without friction n and to the satisfaction of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th patrons patronsThe patronSrho
The trustees are opposed to tho th free text textbook textbook
book law and believe that it Is an un unnecessary un11eCe5 unnecessary ¬
necessary 11eCe5 ry piece of legislation They main maintain malnt1ln maintam ¬
tain tam that in the absence of a large num number numblr nurnber ¬
ber pf If extremely poor people In tho thost thos theistajte
st s istajte tte te it were better bett r for the trustees to tosupply tosu tosupply
supply su ply text books where necessary than thanto thanto thanto
to put the added burden on the tax taxpayers taxpaYEIS t x xpayers ¬
Mrs Standring StandringHas Has Been Appointed AppointedPresident AppointedPresident AppointedPresident
President of Stake Organization OrganizationLohL
LohL Feb 13 lZI1s Mrs Rebecca Standrins Standrinspresident Standrlngtlresl Standringpresident
president tlresl cnt of C the Lehl Womans omans Relief Reliefsociety ReUeo Reliefsociety
society o let has resigned and has accepted the theappointment theappolntrnert theappointment
appointment of president of the stake stakeorganization stakporganlzaUOll stakeorganization
organization Mrs Standring has been beenpresident beenpresident beenpresident
president of the local organization for fortwentyfour fortwentytour or
twentytour years and has made of it itone Itone itone
one of the leading lelldin charitable institutions institutionsof
of the state Mrs Mary Ann Anderson Andersonsuceeds Andersonsuceeds
suceeds Mrs 1 Standring and has chosen chosenas
as her counselors rs Mrs frs Emeline Evans Evansnnd Evansnnd Evansand
nnd Mrs lrs Hannah Jones JonesMaps Joneslaps JonesMaps
Maps and plats of If Lehi City Cit to the value valueof yaltJPof valueof
of between 261 and 5300 00 went u up > In the theAtlas theAtlas
Atlas block fire Wednesday morning morningT
T C Hanford had beeh employed for forseveral forseveral
several months getting out a new plat of ofLehl ofLehl ofLehi
Lehl City and an d had just completed co pleted his hisworlc hisor hisworlL
worlc or and took them to toSalt Salt Lake City Cityfor CItyfor Cityfor
for final lettering Iett rfl1g He was called to toCorlnne toCorinne
Corinne Tuesdav Tuesday and left the maps in an anoffice anoffice anoffice
office in the illiatcd block with theabove theaboveresult theaboYeresult theaboveresult
result resultProfessor resultProCessor resultProfessor
Professor Christensen city superintend superintendent ¬
ent of the Salt Lake schools delivered a amost aniost amost
most Interesting lecture before the par parents puronts parontS
onts class cl ss of o the Lehi L hl public schools schoolsthis schoolsthis schoolsthis
this week weekLast weekLnst weekLast
Last night was the coldest In years In InI InI InI
I wrote to Doctor DoctorPierce DoctorPierce DoctorPierce
Pierce who ho sent me mea Dl DlR ma
a very kind letter letterand letterand
and an advised me meThousands meThousands
Thousands of weak wedk and sick women womencan womenlCa womentan
lCa can trace tracetb the thebeginning begi beginning niI1g of a newlife of ofperfect ofperfect f
perfect health to that letter l tter written to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Pierce PierceSick PierceSick PierceSick
Sick and andailing ailing wqmen are invited to toconsult toconsult toconsult
consult Dr Pierce by letter free 1cc All Allcorrespondence Allcorrespondence Allcorrespondence
correspondence held h ld as asstricUy strictly private privateand
and sacredly sacredl confidential Address Dr DrR DrR
R V Pierce Buffalo N Y YDr YDr VDr
Dr Pierces PiercesPavorite Favorite Prescription cures cureaweak curesweak curesweak
weak and aching backs headaches nerv nervousness nervousness ¬
ousness and other oth r womanly w manly ailments by bycuring bycuring
curing the womanly diseases which cause causethem causethem
them themIn
ffln In the spring of 1000 I became very verY ill illwrites itIO itIOwrites iilwrites
writes Mrs Alviena Scholtz of Lake Washington Washing ¬
ton Lesueur r Co Mien my bad was very verjweak verywet
1cr fd ow owrk rk rkaU
weak 1c and ached b so that I could do no work at atalt atnfl
alt so I was obliged to take to my bed I felt a aconstant ac acoustant
constant c natant desire d lrc to urinate uri ate and andtbe the pains in inabdorea inabdDen inabdoren
abdorea vcre YCJ1 almost unbearable I wrote to toDr toDr toDr
Dr Iicrcc who sent me UtC1 a very kind letter and andadvised audndvised andedvaed
advised me m to take his Favorite Fav ritc Prescription Prescriptionand
and Golden Medical edical Discovery I took sis sisbottles si sibolUes sixbottles
bottles of each and nd an a well woman now I Icannot Iannat Ira000t
cannot say enough in favor of Dr Pierces Pierccamedicines Piercesmediciues Piercesmedicines
medicines mediciuesIt medicinesFavorite
It Favorite Prescription makes weak weakwomen Weakwomen weakwomen
women strong sick women well Accept AcceptBO A cept ceptDo
tao BO substitute for the medicine which whichworks w1 whichw cl1 cl1works
w works rks wonders for or weak women womenDr womenDr womenDr
Dr Pierces Piec s Pleasant Pellets are the themost themost
most desirable laxative for delicate delicatewpmeu de1icatwomen delicatewomen
the field the thermometer went down to toderees
22 decrees below zero while uptown it itregistered Itre itreglsteret
registered re lstered 15 below Some of the roads In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the fields are ar drifted full of snow to the thetpps thet9Ps thetops
tops of the fences and the farmers are arecompelled arccompeed arecompelled
compelled to cut down fences and go gothrouch gothrouah 0 0throuh
throuch fields in order orderto to get uptown uptownAt
At the city council session last evening evenln evenlnaorE eveninMayor
Mayor aorE Evans ns being absent Councilman CouncilmanTaylor CounciIrnanTaylor ounclImanTaylor
Taylor presided Vpon the recommenda recomm > nd nd110n ¬
tion of City Attorney Smith Charles Tur Turner TurTlcr Turncr ¬
ncr was allowed 2250 50 for injuries sus sustained sus sustained amtamed ¬
tained while at work for the city cihThp
The committee was instructed instru t dto 10 open op n nor
for or four blocks op the north a continua ¬
tion of Third West street str t > t A communi communication cO communication l1 mnl mnlcation ¬
cation was read from the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GranaYster ranoe ranoeVestern
Western Yster Railway Ranw 3 company proffering to
furnish furnlsbgravel gravel for tlievstrfet tlieJt et crossings if itthe ifthe ifthe
the city would scatter slatt r some s > mt mtThe
The sextons report showed show twenty twentyseven tW twentyseven Dh Dhseen
seven deaths In Lehi during the past pastyear tlastyear pastyear
year which Is less than nine to the thou thousand thousan thousand ¬
sand san The greatest number were from fromold fromold fromold
old age and an pneumonia while w Ue but one one
died dI d from a contagious disease i I
ExSuperintendent W E Racker was
tendered a reception last evening in tho
Union hotel by b the Coop employes A
banquet and ball and a musical pro programme progrdmme programme ¬
gramme were the features featurcsKILLEDBY featuresKCLLED featuresKILLED
Daniel Collins Fatal Topple pple From FromTree PromTree
Tree TreeVomal TreeVernal TreeVernal
Vernal Feb o cb 10 10Th The funeral of Daniel DanielCollier DanielCoWer DanielCollier
Collier the 22yearold son on of Job Col Collier Collier Cclher ¬
lier of Naples took tookplae place this forenoon forenoonThe forenoonThe forenoonThe
The young man died Saturday afternoon afternooniis
iis us the result of a fall falifrom from a tree while whileworking whileworking whileworking
working with hl hlsfathcr athsr on Green river riverbelow rherbelow riverbelow
below Jensen where they were chopping choppingtimber choppin choppintlntber choppingtinLber
timber on ground QUnd they theyhod hod recently re < ntl pur purchased purchased perchased ¬
chased from the state It seems the theyoung theOUIg theyoung
young man had climbed cUm bed the tree for the thouraose thtJur theuriose
Jur uraose > osc of cutting loose looiea atree tree that th t hud hudlodcred badlodted hadlodged
lodged against it and lost his balance balancefalling balancfaJlfn balancefelling
falling faJlfn a a distance of thirtyfive feet He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was picked up In an n unconscious condi condition ronditim ondftlon ¬
tim by his father who was working workingnearby worklnnearb workingnearby
nearby nearb and saw him just as he reached reachedthe r reachedthe > ached achedthe
the ground The ground was strewn wth wthdead w wlthdead th thdead
dead timberbut timber but singularly en cnmJh jugh the theyoung theI theyoung
young man struck U the ground in i a small smallclearing smallcleirlng
I clearing t1j just 5 a few vt vtefr feet efr either W r way sf sfsevero from fromsever frontseverpi
sever severpi logs lo upon whichif which If he had fallen fallenhe fallenhe fallenhe
he would have been instsfntly killed The Theunfortunate Theunfortunate Theunfortunate
unfortunate voting man was brought to tohis t this tohis
his lathers home hYolln omc in 11 Naples and rallie1 rallie1for ralli ralhitfor l lfor
for a few days but It was evident that thathe thathe thatlie
he was seriously trfousl injured i 1jl1rdlnt internally rntlh and andhe 3011he andhe
he afterward aftcrw rd took a turn for fQ the worse worsewith worsewith worsewith
with the result as stated above aboveD
D W Y Munday + C W Y Lively Lhel and John JohnThompson JohnThompsQn JohnThompson I
Thompson came across the mountain mountainfrom mountainfrom I Ifrom
from Redcreek Re Red 1 cfeekiarr creok arriving ln here hereesterda yesterday yesterdayThey yesterdayThey
They Tho have been doing prospect prospe t work workon workon workon 1
on the Vanadium properties in that dis district district dstrict ¬
trict for local parties who are consider considerably c conaderably nsd r rabiy ¬
ably encouraged over the showing shovan made madeThe madcThe madeThe
The men crossed Diamond mountain on onfoot onfoot onfoot
foot carrying carr lng their provisions and 1iI blank blankets blankets blanketa ¬
ets with them th n and camping at the de deserted desertcdsummer deserted ¬
serted sertcdsummer summer ranches along alonJt the e way wayThe wayTha
The Th snow was waist deep in places placesCattlemen plncesCatUpmen placesCattlemen
Cattlemen and sheepmen 11e pmen report re rt that thatsome thatsome thatSome
some losses losse arebeihg are < beijlg sustained among amongthe anon anonthe amongthe
the floekVand herds because of the in intensely Intensely n ntensely ¬
tensely cold Tveathfcr TveathfcrPROVO weath weathbrPROVO r
> I
Provo Feb Fe 13 llfyrtie Jilyrtle hrUe the th 12yearold 12yearolddaughter jcar01 jcar01dauJhttr ycarolddaughter
daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin A Gray Grayof Grayof Grayof
of the Third Thirdward ward died last evening from fromdiphtheria tromdiphtheria fromdiphtheria
diphtheria The interment took place nl cC thl thlafternoon thb thbfternoon thiafternoon
afternoon The father Mr Gray is suf suffering sufferIne suffering ¬
fering from smallpox but is in a fair uir way wayto wayto wayto
to rtcover rtcoverThe r rcoverThe cge cgeThe
The Brigham Bri hatn Young oun college Logan Loganbasket Lo Loganbasket n nbasket >
basket ball team and nd the Brigham Bri ham Young Youngacademy Youusacad Youngacademy
academy acad my team will play Iay ball tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowaftcritoon I Iafternoon
afternoon in the B Y A gymnasium mnasJum hall hallThe halLThe I
The thermometer registered 15 degrees degreesbelow flogre 4ogreesbelow s sbelo
below belo zero here last night and anc a report reportfrom reportfrom
from Heber states that It we7 wa below belowat
at that place Today Tod y Is tlu th x C t day dayof dayof dayof I
of the season In Provo ProvoWarren ProvoWarren ProvoWarren
Warren Foster was qown l Own wn from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake on insurance business today todayThe todayTl todayThe
The Tl e fire Jep a p1tment irtment vcs called cnlJt > d out to today todar today ¬
day by a report of fire in Leon Bach Bachmans Bachmnns Bachmans
mans residence The Th uf1rewhlch fire Which was wasall wasall wasall
all smoke was caused by some ra rags s in the theoven theoven theoven
oven of the range taQeand and the dame ause was wasdiscovered wasdrscovered wasdibeovered
discovered by neighbors nei neighbors hbors before the fire firedepartment firedepartment firedepartment
department arrived The only serious seriousfeature seriousfeature seriousfeature
feature connected with the affair Is the theeffect thecUect theeffect
effect It may have on Mrs Bachman who whowas whowas whowas
was compelled com > col1ed to rise from a sick bed bedhaving bedhnvlnJ bedhaving
having been left alone In the house tem temporarily tEmporarily ttmporarily ¬
porarily and notify the neighbors by byphone byphone byphone
phone when she hc noticed the smoke the theorigin th3I th3origin thsorigin
origin of which she did not n < lt know knowHIBIGATIONISTS knowmJtIGATIONISTS knowIRRIGATIONISTS
Logan Feb Fcb12A 12 A meeting of the stock stockholders stockI stockholders ¬
holders of the Logan Irrigation tloo district districtthe dltrlctwas districtwas
I was held In the county court house yes yesterday
I terdn terday afternoon and evening at whiCh whiChthe 1110h 1110hI
I the question of dlssojying the organiza organizatlon org orgntzation nlza nlzation
tion was discussed The people of Ben Benson BenI Benson ¬
I son son at rlntbltterJy first bitterly opposed the dissolu dissolution dissolution dissolution ¬
tion but after much talk some of them themagroed themagr themagrted
agroed agr to it itA ftA itA
A vote was taken on the question and it itresulted Itresulted itresulted
resulted For dissolution 24S1 191 acres acresagainst acresa acresagainst
against a lnst dissolution 53S 53SThe 5tSrue o1S o1Srhe
The RichCache Mining company has hasdecided hasI hasdecIded
decided to push development work upon uponits Uponits pon ponIts
its property pro rty which Is situated at the thehead th thheal1 thehead
I head of Logan LOh l1 canyon and which has Imayielded l1ajYielded hasyielded
yielded some valuable copper ore ortI A Ameeting Ameeting
meeting of the thed directors rectors was held last lastnight lastnight lastnight
I night at which It was wa decided < to levy an anassessmenton anassessment anassessmenton
assessmenton on the tlietoek stock for the purpose purposeof
of further developing the claim claimVEEDICT claimVERDICT claimVERDICT
VERDICT FOB F PdB a 1500 1500Coalville 1500Coalvllle 1500Coaiviilc
Coalville Feb 10 10The The case of Kate KateJbhnson KateJbhnson KateJbhnson
Jbhnson vs Park City Cft was given to tho thojury thojur thejut
jury jut > late last lastt evening avenin This morning morningwhen morntnwhen morningwheh
when court opened tbe verdict was washanded wa wahande washanded
handed I In The jlaWtltf JJlnltl tltfWa 1was was awardedI awarded twpdedstsin
Sl5 stsin 1500 The suitgrev sUltiT suit grew W out ul of O otinjtLiies CfnJ injuries rles sus sustained suatallied SUStaiiied ¬
tallied by Mrs Jbhnsoii about two years yearsago yearsto yearsago
I ago to T b by > y reason rea on of an alleged alt ged detective dffwtlvesidewalk dcrctl dcrctl5Idw detectiveidewhlk
sidewalk 5Idw lk In that town townAugust tOWIlAUGust towsAugust
August Johnson Johnsonlfho rto was injured la
one of the Cumberland cum berTanil coal mines se secured secured ¬
cured a verdict for 5000 The mine be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to the Union Pacific Coal com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan
Provo Feb 13 131n In the case ea1 < e of James J JTalmage j jTalmase JTalmuge
Talmage vs George > Jaggcrs Jas e In the theFourth theFourth theFourth
Fourth district a motion moUon1or jEor judgment on onpleadings onplc3dings onple2dings
pleadings for possession of the property propertywas propertwa
was wa erartted and evidence on the ques question q qhestion es estion ¬
tion tjf damagEs is now being beln takep takepIn
In the case of Bengt Johnson V5 1 < Abra Abraham Abraham Abraham ¬
ham B Johnson a motion to strike out a apart apart
part of the complaint was granted and anilten andten antitea
ten days given gln > n plaintiff to amend com complaint complaint comliaint ¬
plaint j jORE fORE IORE
Preliminary Action Actt uTtkenAnother uTtkenAnotherNeeting Tken PtenA1iothe PtenA1iotheMeeting Another AnotherMeeting
Meeting Next NextcFriday NextcFridayAbout Friday FridayAbout
About fifteen representatives of the theproducers theproducers theproducers
producers of the thelIntic Tlntic district re responded rafponded responded ¬
sponded to the something more than thantwenty tl1antwenty thantwenty
twenty invitations which were sent out outasking outaSking outasking
asking them to meet at the Commer Commercial Commercial Coinmerciai ¬
cial club last evening to t discuss ways waysand wa waand waypand >
and means of making it possible to tosend to5end toicend
send a greater amount of ore out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the camp at a profit For various variousreasons variousrea variousreasons
reasons rea ons a number of the heavier h aier pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers were not present though it is isexpected i iexpected iexpected
expected that when the next meeting meetingis
is held one week eek from last 1 5t night a alarge alarge alarge
large number will be onhand on hand to listen listento Jistento
to the report of f the committee which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was selected to canvass the situation situationtoroughly situationtroroughly
thoroughly and make recommenda recommendations rcconlmendations rcconrnendatious <
tions tionsH tionsH tiousH
H S Joseph manager of the Carisa Carisawas Carisawas CarisaWilS
was named as chairman of the meet meeting meeting ¬
ing and nd P J J Dailey secretary The Thediscussion Thediscussion I
discussion discussioncoered covered a very erY wide widera range rangeand rangeand ge geand
and the sentiment was general that thataneffort th thatan t
aneffort an effort should be made to have hav the theproducers theproducers
producers railroads and smelter man managements managements managements ¬
agements all work in inharmon harmony for the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of the industry Indw t and the state stateIt stateIt stateIt
It was wasphinly plainly shown by b such well wellposted weUposted wellposted
posted men as James Chipman C E EAllen EAJJen BAllen
Allen James VV Neill and others that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the producer with rare exceptions wasunable waslnabJe was tvasunable
unable to make both ends meet mee on the thepresent thepresent he hepresent
present schedule affecting the ship shipment shipment shipmeat ¬
ment of IQW grade ores ore oresa a schedule schedulewhich schedulewhich schedulewhich
which grants a 150 rate on ores of ofa ora ofa
a gross value not exceeding 15 per perton perton er erton
ton Opinion was somewhatdivided somewhat divided as asto asto
to what sort sortof of a schedule would prove provesuitable procsuitable provesuitable
suitable all around as it also was on onthe onthe onthe
the best method to bring about a achange a achange achange
change changeManager changeManager
Manager Whitley of the th American AmericanSmelting AmericanSmelting
Smelting company was present and andtook andtook
took an active interest in the proceed proceedings proceedIngs proceedings ¬
ings explaining many points of dif difference differenee ¬
ference ferenceamongthe among the debaters A defi definite definite ¬
nite understanding on any anyone one point pointbrought pointbrought
brought up for discussion n was not notreached notreached notreached
reached at the meeting however h wever and anduntil andthe anduntil
until the committee e consisting of f Jas JasChipman JasChipman JasChipman
Chipman P T Farnsworfh F and Jacob JacobMoritz JacobMoritz Jacobloritz
Moritz makes its report next Friday Fridaynight Fridayni Fridaynight
night ni ght hot the slightest idea I ea of tvhat tvhatmay tvhatmay
may be 8onecan tlone Uoneranbe < canbe be suggested suggestedGreat suggesteriGreat suggesteLGreat
Great interest and earnestness e wereshown were wereshown wereshown
shown in the th subject an and < l S3 fi s two or orthree orthree orthree
three of the committeemen named were werein wereIn werein
in attendance the many suggestions of offered offared
fared red should crystallize into a a compre comprehensive comprehensive ¬
hensive plan of procedure when the thenext thenext thenext
next meeting is held heldSAYS heldSAYS
Andrew Biorn Reports ReP orts That Th 1t He Was WasVictim WasVictim WasVictim
Victim of Highwaymen HighwaymenAndrew HighwayinenAndrew
Andrew A Biorn wno Is employed as ascollector AScoUector ascollector
collector by b the Salt Lake Clock com company cornpany ¬ I Ipany
pany reported to the police last night nightthat nightthat nightthat
that he had h dbeen been held up and robbed on onStatestreet onState onStatestreet
Statestreet State street near ne r Fourteenth FourteenthSouth South while whilereturning whUereturning whilereturning
returning to his home in Mill Creek CreekThen Creekhen CreekWhen
Then hen a short distance below Hustlers Hustlersmill Hustlersmill Jfstlersmill
mill two men whom he was unable unableto to de describe describe doscribe ¬
scribe confronted him One man man the thetaller thetaller I Italler
taller of the two seized the th1borse horse by b tho thobit thobit thebit
bit while the other one covering him himwith himvith himwitha
with witha a revolver wept through his pockets pocketsThe pocketsThe pocketsThe
The hOldUP secured s < oved O d Sod 51 5 in easliand easlianda as lJtl lJtla
a gold watcji W watci tc Biorn was unable to give givethe giveU1e
the 140 exact amount but said he bait been beencollecting een eencollecting ceIIcollecting
collecting all day and had between be Ween 50 50and 50and O Oand
and 60 at the thetim thetimAs time timeAs V VAs
As the robbery occurred outside the thecity thocity thecity
city limits the matter was referred ree referredto d to the thesheriffs thesherUCs thesheriffs
sheriffs office officeBEAI officeREAL officeBEAL
George E Howe to t Arthur ArthurBarnes L LBames2Qx3h F FBarnes
Barnes Bames2Qx3h 20x3V 2dx3 rods northwest from
2 rods west of lotS lot 3 block Jock 1W 1Wplat 1 1111at 101lilat < > >
plat A AArthur AArthur 52500 52500Arthur
Arthur F Barnes to William C Neal Neal29x3i Neal2iix
29x3i 29 2iix rods northwest from f m 2 rods rodswest rodswest rodsneat
west of lot 3 block JM 01 plat filatX A 2500 2500William 2500WlllfamC 2500William
WlllfamC William C Neal tQ William D Neal Neal20x2 Neal2Q Neal20xii
20x2 2Q y rods rod northwest from 2 rods rodswest rodswest rodswest
west of lot 3 block block101 104 plat A 1 1William 1Wmtam 1WillIam
William R RWelllncton Wellington et ul to Al Albert Albert Albert ¬
bert C Xunnen LunnenI I acres south southeast southeast southeast ¬
east corner lot lo S section < cUon 23 J town township3 township townshipS ¬
shipS ship 3 south range 1 west H 1 1Li 1L Iii
Li W V Snow Sflo to Oliver P M 1 Warren Warren3SMsXl65 Wa Warrn3skx163 T n n3816x16
3SMsXl65 > feet northwest north est from 42 42feet 4 4feet 4ifeet
feet northof southeast corner corn r lot lotblock lotblock lotblock
block r Olat B BJohn 500 500John 5XJJohn
John W V Judd to MInnie J Howe Howelots Howelots Howelots
lots 46 to 4S ilartlns subdivision suldivisiopMinnie ZOO 300Mlnne ZOO1Ilnnh
Minnie J J Howe to Conrad Deck Decklots Decklots Decklots
lots 46 to 4S 4 Martins subdivision su sudivisiduJohn dlIjl J1 J1John 575 575John
John Weir ftr Jr to Blanche B1ffiirfc 1 B frn eh ehlot f flot i ilot
lot 1 block hll < k 1 Khrjrhs EhWhs slibdjylslOlV slibdjylslOlVblock stt stitsjjyisloflbIck IVi1 1 1blk
block 5 plat Bt 5 u v 3000 3000i 3000a
a i
On Friday Thirteenth ThirteentbDay Day of the theMonth theM theMOnth
Month M nthFourjCouples Four FourCouples Couples Take TakeOut TakeOutMarriage TakeOut
Out OutMarriage Marriage Licenses LicensesDan
Dan Cupid is not a superstitious su rstltious little lttle
fellow If he were he would not have haveinduced haeInduc haveInduced
induced Induc < four couples to take out marriage marriagelicense marriagelicense
license yesterday with the county clerk clerkYesterday clerk8teTla clerkYesterday
Yesterday 8teTla was an exceptional day da Its Itslike Itsl11e itslike
like Trill m not happen s faIn aia until Kovem Kovembor Noyembor Novembor
bor borIn borIn borIn
In the first place it was Friday Frida a gen generally genendJ genemily ¬
emily endJ accepted unlucky day And it was
the 13th of the month another condition conditionwhich conditionwhich
which hllh mitigated against it from the thesuperstitious th thuperSUUout thesuperstitious
superstitious > point of view And last lastbut lastbut
but not least the three numerals num > rals of the theyear theyear tueyear
year IS 1S03 < < when added together togeth r make makethirteen makethirteen makethirteen
thirteen thirteenPerhaps thirteenPerhaps thirteenPerhaps
Perhaps it was the fact that two twothirteens twothirteens twothirteens
thirteens and a Friday coming together togetheracted tOJetheractcd togetheracted
acted as a dispeller of the superstitious superstitiousillluck superstitiousIllluck superstiUousillluck
illluck supposed to accompany anything anythingconnected anythingconnected anythingconnected
connected with thirteen and Friday and andthat andthat j
that prompted Cupid to direct the steps stepsof stepof stopsof
of four couples to the county clerks of office office oflice ¬
fice to secure securelfcenses licenses to marry
Perhaps the couples were not super superlitJous superEiJIUous supergit1ous
litJous EiJIUous and that it was wasjust just a happen happenso
so that they the applied yesterday for their theirlicenses theirlicenses
licenses If that be the case then yes yesterday 1estcrday yestorday ¬
terday was a still more unusual day for forvery forYen forvery
very seldom is a license taken out on the thesixth thesixth thesixth
sixth day da of the week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The couples who either defied d fiedthe the super superstition superstition superstition ¬
stition associated with Friday and thir thirteen thIrteen thirteen ¬
teen or did not stop to think what day dayof dayor dayof
of the week and month it was are as fol follows folIo follows ¬
lows Io s
lowsWynn Wynn synn ynn E Parry aged 23 and Miss Sadie SadieWatson j
Watson aged 20 2 both of Salt Lake LakeH LakeH
H J Schmidt I of Los Angeles Cal l lcIty aged
31 and d Six SixI Miss Phoebe i eo H Newman ewman of t this thiscity thiscity
city aged 27 27Ernest 27Ernest 2TErnest
Ernest McNurf lcNur of West Liberty Llbert Llbertaged Ky Kyaged Kraged
aged 21 t and Miss Nora Leigh of Green GreenUtah GreenUtahaged GreenUtah
Utah Utahaged aged IS 18L ISL ISL
L I D > Stockdale aged 22 and Miss MissLouise 1IlssLouise MissLouise
Louise Peterson aged 1C both of Salt
LakeAs LakeAs Lake LakeAs
As Miss Peterson was as not of age she shebrought shebrought shebrought
brought her father Alfred Peterson Petersonalonff Petersonaloll Petersonalong
along aloll to consent to her marrying marryingFLINT ma marrlngFLINT lng lngsa
sa saFLINT
Supreme Court Decides Habeas Cor Corpus Corpus Corpus ¬
pus Case in His Favor PavorAfter FavorAfter FavorAfter
After a lapse of eleven months a dis ¬
trict judge has no n jurisdiction over a aprisoner aprIsoner aprisoner
prisoner who after having havln been een con convicted convicted ¬
victed of a crime is released upon his hisown hi hiown hisown
own recognizance recognizanceThat rccogianceThat recognizanceThat
That deduction of law was the essence essenceof
of an opinion oplnfonhanded handed iown yesterday In
the supreme court by b Associate Justice
McCarty In the writ of habeas corpus corpuscase corpuscase corpuscase
case of Richard Flint of Ogden sen sentenced senteeeci en entenced ¬
tenced to one year ear In the county jail It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was the first decision rendered by the thejuticc
justice since his elevation to the supreme supremebench supremebcnck
bench benchThe DcnehTie bcnckThe
The decision means that Flint is not to toremain toremain toremain
remain in the Weber county jail for the thenext thenext thenext
next year as sentenced by Judge Rolapp Rolappon
on the 5th of this month monthJust monthJust monthJust
Just about a year Lr ago Flint who is isan isanaged an anaged anaged
aged man and is reputed to be worth worthabout worthabout worthabout
about 50000 was convicted of forging a areceipt areceipt areceipt
receipt for 20 The jury recommended recommendedhim
him to the mercy of the court After the theprosecuting theproletutlng theproiecuting
prosecuting attorney attorn had asked that sen sentence senencc sentence ¬
tence encc then be passed and Flint had risen risento rls risOnto n nto
to his hl feet to receive the same Judge Ro Rolapp Rolap Holaps ¬
lapp lap > released him upon his own repog repognizance r rejognizance og ognJzance
nizance nizanceOn nJzanceOn nizanceOn
On Feb 5 1903 Flint was arraigned be before before before ¬
fore the judge and against his prot protest protestwas protstwas st stwas
was sentenced to imprisonment for one oneyear oneYear oneyear
year A writ Tit of habeas corpus was sworn swornout swornut swornout
out ut by b his attorney against the sheriff sheriffwho sheriffwho sheriffwho
who on Wednesday was wa < t given an oppor opportunity opportunity oppOrtunity ¬
tunity to show cause why he should not notrelease notreI notrelease
release reI ease Flint FlintThe F FitntThe nt ntThe
The decision of Justice McCarty McCart is to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that after the lapse of such a alength a1ength alength
length of O ttmeJudge time Judge Rolapp had no fur further fUrther further ¬
ther jurisdiction over vcr Flint and directed directedthe directedthe directedthe
the sheriff of Weber county count to release releasehim releaschim releasehim
him forthwith
This afternoon and evening The Ama Amazons Amazons Amazeus ¬
zons will hold the boards of the Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake theatre for the benefit of the Swed Swedish SwedIsh Swedish ¬
ish famine sufferers sufferersA ufferersA
A matinee performance ot o The WhiteSlac WhiteSlave White WhiteSlave
Slave will be given at the Grand the theatre theatre theatre ¬
atre at 215 this afternoon aftern on and the com companv compam cornpanv
panv will < dose lose its engagement cn gement hore with witha WIOlap
a ap performance rfor ante this t lsvning lsvningFuNERAL evening eveningPITNEBAI eveningPUERAIs
The funeral of I r V Duguet will be beheld befield beheld
held from St Marys cathedral this Sat Saturday Saturdmr Satiirday ¬
urday morning at 10 oclock o clock Interment IntermentCalvary IntrmcntCalV3r IntermentCalvary
Calvary cemetery Friends invited invitedThe invitedfhe invitedThe
The funeral of William fJllam H Parton will willbe wfl1be willhe
be held Sunday Sunda at 2 i oclock p m at the theTenth theTenth theTenth
Tenth ward meeting house Interment Intermentcitv Intermentcity Intermentcity
city cemetery Friends Invited InvitedSTERILIZED Invitedo invitedSTERILIZED
A Famous Shop Shopin in the Corrollton Ho Hotel Hotel Hotel ¬
tel Baltimore Md MdThe MdThe NdThe
The barber shop in the Carrollton Carrolltonhotel Carrolltonhotel Carrolitonhotel
hotel Baltimore sterilizes everything everythingit
it uses In the shop The sterilizing is isdone isdone isdohe
done by b heat The towels the razors razorsthe razo razothe razorsthe
the strops the th soap the combs co b and andbrushes andbrushes nd ndbrushes
brushes are all sterilized before being beingused belnbused beingused
used on a customer Where here there is no nosterilization nosterilization nosterilization
sterilization have the barber use us New Newbros Newbros Newbros
bros Herplcide It kills the dandruff dandruffcerm dandrufferm dandruffgerni
cerm erm and It is an antiseptic for the thfscalp thpscalp thescalp
scalp and for the face after shaving shavingAll i
All 11 leading I barbers everywhere eve where appre appreciate appreciate appreciate ¬
ciate these potent facts about Herplcide Herplcideand
and they use it Destroy the cause causeyou causcou causeyou
you ou remove the effect Sold by b leading leadingdruggists leadingdruggists i idruggists
druggists Send 10c 10 < in stamps for sample sampleto
to the Herplcide 8e Co e Detroit etrolt Mich MichIT Micho MichIT MIchIT
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Joseph J J Daynes jr of the Danes DaynesMusic Da DanesMusic nes nesluslc
Music company comOnn was the recipient yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da of many ma y congratulations con tulatlons over the ar arrival arrIval arrival ¬
rival in his family of a ninepound boy hoyTho bo boThQ boyThe
The mother and son are getting along alongnicey alongnicely alongnicely
Young women may avoidmuch avoid avoidmuch avoidmuch
much sickness and pain says saysMiss saysMiss saysMis5
Miss Alma Pratt if they will willonly willonly willonly
only have faith in Lydia E EPinkhanis EPinkhams EPinkhains
Pinkhanis Vegetable Compound CompoundI ompoun ompounI
I I feel it my duty to totell tell all young youngwomen youngwomen youngwomen
women how much Lydia E Pink Pialchams Pinkhams Pinkhauls
hams wonderful l Vegetable Com Contppund Comp Cornspound
pound p ud has done for me I was com completely completely cornpletely ¬
pletely run down unable to attend attendschool atten1school l lschool
school and did not care for any kindof kindof kind kindof
of society but now I feel like a new newperson newperson newperson
person and have gained seven pounds poundsof pOUl s sof
of flesh in three months mouthst JT J
1 t recommend it to all young women womenwh6 womenwh womenwho
who wh suffer from fromfemale female weakness weaknessMiss weaknessMISsALlIA weaknessMISS
Miss MISsALlIA ALMA PEATT Holly Mich Mich5000 sooo
forfeit if Iforlglnaiofabous original orlglr of aboo letter let prosing 1TTJ1ng genuineness genuinenesssannol gelUlinenesaallnot genuinenessrennet
rennet bs prtucta prtuctaFBBE prGdIl prothseiFREE d dFREE
All Iyol1ngg youns younggirls girls lsatth5periodot at this period of
life l e are earnestly invitea invitedto to write
to 3Irs Mrs3inkha Irs Pinkhain for advice she
has guided uided in a t motherly way
hundreds hunare of young women her heradvice h herailvice r radVIce
advice is freely and cheerfully cheerft ly
given her be heEaddress address is TjynnMass TjynnMassJudging J Lynn 1ln Mass MassJudging MassJudging
Judging from the letters she is re receiving receiving receiving ¬
ceiving from so many young girls Mrs MrsPinkham MrsPinkham MrsPinknam
Pinkham is inclined to the belief thai thaiour thdou thnlout
our ou girls are pushed altogether too toonear toonear toonearthe
near nearthe the limit of their endurance now nowqiyjs nowad nowin
ad qiyjs ys in in our public schools and semiu semiuCr7cS semin1ic semlue
> Cr7cS 1ic e less learning and more health health1I healthedjid
1I ed edjid
F you UCQntin continually aUy have havepain pain in the th back loins loinssides loinssmes loinssides
sides or orIower lower part of ofthe the bowels your yourkidneys yourkidneysare kidneys kidneysare
ItI are Diseased Just how bad depends on how howbackache
long you have had these pains and how much muchyou mucha muchhave
you have neglected them There is no class classof classof
a of complaints which cause so much misery
as those due to diseased kidneys including
backache lumbago Iumbagosciatica sciatica diabetes Brights disease
imflammation imfl mmation of the bladder gravel and womb disorders disordersand disordersand disordersnd
and nd uterine troubles in women womenlEA womenItJCK
If Its s a sure and speedy cure for all disorders of the kidneys kidneysstimulates
It cleanses and enriches the blood restor restores s the decay
stimulates stimuIitesand and enlivens the vita vital organs and restores energy I Istrength
strength and tho vigor of health to the entire system
Read this mans convincing story
My y wife was 1 1bedridden
bedridden with Kidney 7 troubles and two doctors gave her herup herup herup
up I got her to take Kickapoo Indian Sagwa end it re ¬ I
lieved her at once o ce By the time she had taken it two twomonths twomonths I Imonths
months she was entirely cured and I thank God she is in inexcellent inexcellent inexcellent
excellent health today If anyone doubts the above write writeto
to me at Ridgeway Mo and I will gladly answer all ques questions questions questions
tions and make an affidavit if it is desired as I want to toI
I y yhelp help anyone afflicted as my wife was wasLemuel Lemuel Franz FranzTUB Franzr FranzstabIished
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A handsome line of new spring suits of imported and domestic domestictailoring domestictailoring domestictailoring
tailoring They are very handsome this season and will have to be beseen beseen beseen
seen to be appreciated appreciatedThe
The latest New York and Paris craze in spring wash waitfs at atpopular atpopular atpopular
popular prices pricesOur pricesOur pricesOur
Our new veilings are the sensation of the day
A few bargains in fall suits coats waists skirts and hats hatsCorrect hatsHAMILTONSS hatsHAMLTONS
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