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II rJIES IB SALT LT LAKE J ICE HERALU TITiSDAY T DA y DECEMBER 12 1905 5 5P
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WANT MONEY MONEYFOR FOR FORFORT FORFORTUOUGAS i
FORT FORTUOUGAS FORTUOUGASCommercial DOUGLAS DOUGLASCommercial
I I II ICommercial
I Iegati
Commercial Club Will wili Ask Utah Dela Del Delegation Del
egation egati e tioa n to to Make Strong Fight FightIMPROVEMENTS Figltt FiglttIMPROVEMENTS FightIMPROVEMENTS
IMPROVEMENTS AT POST POSTRED PQSTRED POSTRED
RED BUTTE WATERSHED WILl WIULALSO WILlALSO WILLALSO
ALSO BE BE ADVOCATED ADVOCATEDFlans
Flans which have b been n under consid conelderattou consideration conaltratiou ¬
eration fcy I the Commercial club tubfOr tubfOrsome fer fersome r rsome
some time and having hRln for their pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose the securing of a federal appro appropriatlon appropriation approprlatlon
priatlon of SlfttMO to be expended in tnthis htthis inthis
this state during dun the earning cQmtn year aretaking are aretaking aretaking
taking definite de nlte shape hap JHJ TAo Commercial Commercialclub COUttfleltfIdub
club proposes propo es to urge Utah doKgation doKgationat
at Washington to work for tit U the im improvement Improment itrtprovument ¬
provement of Fort Douria D Jali and andol of Red Rediiutta RedHuttQ RodIiutta
iiutta watershed wlter hed It it 1 believed bClIel d that thatthe Wlttt thattltc
the tt aid of representative repre entattvea from adjoin adjoining ndJo ndJofnS adloinlug ¬
lug states tatt8 can b be enlisted enltetedAmong ftlhitdAmong enlistedltrnong
Among the arguments um nUi to 1M ad advanced adaneed t tanled ¬
vanced by th the Commercial dub for im improvements 1mIrOV imI ¬
I provements IrOV + 111fnts < at Fort Douglas la h that thatwith th thatitttt t tl
with l it It the completion of the railroads railroadsconverging railroadonvrgln raflroadaonverghag
converging < onvrgln hire Salt It Lake would wouldOatgle be a avtijtigic ascatgle
vtijtigic point surpassed by none in iuilif inthe intbc
the interior > r If Fort Douglas received receivedth
th attention that is paid to posts on onhe onhe on1w
he fcashore it will be pointed out it itvuuld ItJuld ittvuld
vuuld Juld be 1Jeeperlo superior to all others in the theutrior theut theut
utrior ut + rioi rio a ae r rfparda I pards ad availability Should Shouldth ShOUIlUH Slloplithe
UH th < post IJn t be iujyrovHd hl lJ ncoordtos CO to toIan toJdlk toIan
Ian Jdlk it would ould form a park of great greattiitural greattt reat reatIHtuml
tiitural tt beauty beaut udjawnt to the city cityHoretofora cityUretoora
Horetofora 11 retofore there the has been no adeptttP ade adequate adfplatt ¬
platt > appropriation apPI opriatlen prlaU n for improvements improvementsat
at Furt Douglas But silent aid baa liasbeen baabpl1 baabean
been given the local fort in the omnibus omnibus5uiUUry onml1usJutlhuy omnil us usirtitaty
5uiUUry > appropriations The Comm Conunerhi r ri
i hi ii flub Iul points out that Fort Douglas Douglasi
i t h > what is left over from the im imiirnvtinent ImlrotHwnt irnur
iirnvtinent ur vt iiient of other sort i rt8 notably Fort Fortllusfell F01tHt1 FortItu
llusfell llusfellA Ht1 sell fdlAi sellrgarda
A Ai rigardu two Red Untie watershed vatershdtht
tht + plan is i to have Ute canyon cleaned ekkfled1Itr1 cleanedmid cleanedld
mid ld placed under federal jurisdiction jurisdictionTlv
Tlv i fh h th drive tvo in the vicinity can be madeI1 madeuut made madeouo
ouo of tho finest iu the country At AtTT Atrrent AtrrIHnt
TT rrIHnt ent the water tel IK befouled but un unrUr unr undo
rUr do r rmnpetent lIIn a nmi t > lent control ntlol it could be kept keytIau keptA
Iau 1 A 1 iu II and the suopy IiUDP lnore tncreAt el d untiltheer until untilthen untUU
then U rl + would b t suUlcicnt to irrigate Irl ptQ the thewhole thoIvhnll thetlu
+ whole tlu + lt reservation reservationMeasure 1II ri atrvattonMaasa VaUon VaUonIpil
Measure Ipil trei Jr looking toward t similar similars s1n 1al 1alIt
It s i jri = failed at the last oonyrwskwa oonyrwskwasession congreaskni1tie
session tie 1 sriou t ioll but the th Commercial club lub with withUu withtIa withtha
Uu hearty endorsement of the military militaryaud mmLrMid militaryind
Mid t citizens ur f Salt Lake will make n1akeght u ufight a afight
fight ght to have Ctah remembered remembe d thin thinPRAISE thhitim thisstar
tim starGovernor timPRAISE
PRAISE FOR Y M C A AGovernor AGovcrnor
Governor Cutler Says That the Or Organization Organization organization ¬
ganization Works Toward Better BetterDevelopment BetterDeveloplllent BetterDevelopment
Development of Character CharacterK CharacterRliynns
K Rliynns < tiyms 111I1 to a request queat asking aa i tor his hisMe Ithi hiszPa
Me thi zPa vi 4 on the th work of the Y M lc lctJ t C A At
t tJ j b > published in the January number vumbwr
r rf f Association Men Ien of > ew w York Qov Qovirnor Govunllr OoYtrnor
irnor John C CU C Ctler LIeI r jCHUrdar tI 1aF wrote wrotetviiows wrote ote otetlImS
tviiows to Frank W Ob Obtr r editor ot ottV oft 0 0tp
tV t tp paper paperMv fJ31rl r riv
Mv l iv Dear I > ar Sir In reply replym1w to your com comnuuiKation C ln lnJ1IlUllIation
nuuiKation m1w atinn of tfth Jn InaL L I am ploaard to toi tep toat
i p ivi at hearty het and unqualified approval 1 1a to toa
a 1 work w rk being Iv helt1 inr rtone by 1 y the t t Young 1 ung iuif iuifI Mn rtfl8 rtfl8t a at
t aristiun association I am and always alwaysliii ways 1118i
I liii i ct I I Ixrn r n an advocate ad cat of pleaaant pha ant and andiifalthful an1healthful andheaithfol
healthful activity both in th the < s work of ofif orAIj
if 1 and in its i recreation Inaction IU ctjolt la laiv hii totv
> iv i of t then th most jirolJfU JlroU cau CUU08 os of evil evill ovllit
e > it l leads IVflMI to tw u 1tH t1teipatJon > > frmvtt to t tiiJ poverty povertyd wrlY wrlYIIJ
iiJ d to corrupting ooa ng associations a ItJon There Therer
r any sn 11 nvjv mo atovplieascnt nwnt bain 1 bi 1W u Hn eb eWect eWecttli objfctHI t tn
tli i ilrectingr ilrectlng of the natural natural activities activitiest actty tiea tieat
+ > t 1 tl tlio + a younc into safe and wholueenie wholueenieihiniiois wbol whohontah Sontlt Sontltl
ihiniiois l h + nnels la worthy of the th hlfbeat hl eel ift com comniruiution comIi coatiiiatnn
niruiution Ii I lat ion By providing high Igh claaa claaar cia ciat11
r ° r ttim t11 and the tb beat quality of In Intilituul Intlltu Int
tilituul t + 1 employment to occupy py the thepin h hpar theajar
pin in ml tnutnenta < nn U11t1 nta of young un men who misfit miptI misfitiiivrwiM
iiivrwiM I HI 1wri 1 WI bo led to s spend n4 thoa t momenta momentatin
tin pursuit of evil evil th the Young lens lensl ilwaacans MM MMil1lian
cans il1lian l < int Man ttun association performs a large largenl laed
nl d 1 important tmt + ortani ftrt I trt In the > social a and IUtdhJ andiI d dr
r hJ ll riu1 bet ba betterment + rrnf > nt of the community communityj
j J1 th thN rounded development dCflopm nL of ofuUiVifluul a atdual ofividltal
uUiVifluul + tdual character r I In w ooB CJO coaacsien coaacsientious Msiett MsiettiUP ele eleinu
tious inu iUP in n + saying that Ui Ute community It ItITI Isrni 9 9nijnvwl
nijnvwl ITI rni rwwl government is strengthened strengthenedir Iitr nsth Qed Qedm
anu ir < u individual oba character racier brought bro bt to toUr a arttr att
rttr tt r fruiton through the work done doneur tJoneUI doneur
ur HOciatkip at4aociattoILa a af > HOciatkipi tation tationl
i ha hitv h 1f watched with it great TeAt interest interestt Interesttt
t tt ea u > growth of the local lot association SOC and andr aRdfnIttiou awlra
r ra 4y lonvicttoa of the value ef your great greatrriorv CftMQfUt great1oa
rriorv MQfUt 1oa wilt i iM s largely large baa bueil i on what 1 1av Ja Iav
av a < > htuu Sl t iu 1 of rfaults results accomplished IUlomp1l > hed In our ourown emrI ourvtt
own I vtt community I wish the Young Youngfen YOU YOUfn Younghens
hens fen fn Christian Chriliu atuuxnatlon i ttJon < godspeed godJ in inIs Inc inmission
c Is mission of benefiting k its members membersh1 members membersihil
ihil h h1 ihrough I them t the th ommunity With Withfi AMthUaticst th thIv
Uaticst Iv fi t5t tlc t good wt wish h 1 am amYuur cunYuU amYo
Yo Yuur + ttk v ver ry r truly trulyJOHN trul trulJOHN trulyJolrN
JOHN C CUTLBR11 CUTLBR11BIG t LLTIERBIG tTLBR tTLBRBIG
BIG RABBIT HUNT HUNTAt
At Indlanola Sunday Dec 17th 17thSpecial 17thpedtlJ 17thpedal
Special train leaves AN > D S R G depot depotfit
fit It t 8SO a wi Returning leaves In Inllunola Inllanola Inllanola
llanola at 5 p m Pare IM 15 round roundtrip roundtrip roundtrip
trip Rabbits reported to be thick thickLatrybody t thickLvcrybody lck
Latrybody 1 r bod invited invitedMETEOROLOGICAL Inviteda invitedMETEOROLOGICAL
a ISJ ISJMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYederdays REPORTYcstcrdaya
Yesterdays Record at the th Local Of Office Offlce Offace ¬
face of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BurcauoIatinun Bureautaximum
Maximum temperature 3S degrees w wim mw mwLn miutern
im temperature tern rature is lldqfeelJ degrees degre mean tm ternraasurt tmra tJImratur
ra ratur inv S Oegrwa de r res which to isi isti ti degrees degreeslni de fees feesthe
lni i t v the the normal accumulated accu ulated d deftclen deftclenIf flclen flclenv
v of tf f temperature t since ino in the tb 1st of the theMonth theZ1dJ1tb the1ttth
Month i iii degree accumulated excess ex ss ot otrfti ornwrature oft
rfti nwrature t p > f rature sine Min since Jan 1 2 23S S degree To Toil TcrIl Toti ¬
il vrecipiution 1r > from 6p 6 p u m to 6 p m mTijnf inme
Tijnf 1 me rw accumulated deficiency of precipi precipitjtiiu precllti eelpi eelpic
tjtiiu c it ti i > t since the let of the mots month OtSh t JR JRinii Xlit
inii it accumulated a deficiency of pteef pteeface predirt predirtutn ptectptn
utn K n pnc tJinc i iREAL ace Jan 1 165J Lt inches inchesREAL fnthCjla fnthCjlREA1
a
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSJ
Jan J rns n s Johnson to Oi Ole Widerbu Widerbular VJG Icarbulr > rb rr rrJaUI
JaUI lar I section > 14 township town tp 3 aowLh aowLhrmKe MUtftTng song songrsr
rmKe rsr + ge 1 eaat eaatintr 4 S1 S1I 1 1l
intr l I rur s Jorpand Joepand to Ole WWerbu WWerbuiuril Wklerhur Wklerhursection kJerbulS kJerbulSJIJ
iuril section > li 15 ton tOWJuthh tOWJuthhff11J1 hip s 8 sontp sontprit ou ourniiR
I east e eastu t 5
rniiR rit i iRan
I 11 Ran i tl E Bartlett Ba Bartlett rtlelt to to J B lack Loctcwo Loctcwola Lockwooct I IJ
la J it 25 etc tc Work 1 Seven SevenSouth Sefttttlt SetoathCunt I
South subdivision > UO UOViUiam
1 ViUiam IIl1n R It BurneMfi to Qletn O t W WItuthwelU It Itn ItII 1tOj
ItuthwelU n Ulwe > ll et al part lot i b block blockI ock ockH
H 1 Plat A 6
Glrg S Auhton A to Daniel V VBooth VUprth Po PoDnoth
Booth lot XL block 1 Keteey Keteeyijliisplea A Ailllsple d dtifl
ijliisplea tifl plea subdivision uhdivtslonAnv IO 10 10A I
Anv A 1 t U Morgan 10rrn tt to Ruben Wtlterd WtlterdMorgan WillardMorgan Ulard UlardfQgan
Morgan lot I lt < 7 block 1 10acre 10acrePlut lOacreJat 10acrefat
Plut fat A l 1 1Jura 1Ir 1I
< Jura Ir I ra Gilt et al tu W r H Diek Diekoyn Dlckun
oyn un 11 part lot 5 block tt I plat A SW
Emma McOill to Mary Olson pa part partlot > t tlot
lot 4 block 42 plat A tSM tt
C I n > Hardine to A OraeU lot 17 17h nblk 1 1h
h blk ck 3 w Jordan addition 1 1Is 1I
Is I D Hardlay H3 to Albert Oraeli lot lott
t hOCJr i > ock JJordan Jordan addition additioni 0 0t
t riou ti 11 art L I Miller Uler to Btteba ti tiY G GSrnJf < 3 3sinirii
Y sinirii SrnJf riur1 I land section 8 S township townshipl tOHtiobtpoath tOWUlbpnuth
l nuth range 1 past eastanars t tr 225 225umts
r umts mE liufhtrs to Blixa OUeUU OUeUUjjrt OUcU1fnt Reilly Reillypart
part lot T ti u block w 0 platJames plat F FJames 1 2o
James M Smith t to o Virginia rch a D PJ Dfrrst
frrst 1 rrst lfltt part 1 loo 5 block 40 plat G GJ C I l ln
J in n A t U lierroo rrod to Krnatt E set M FOK FowL oo oor
L r luts 18 6 etc block bloc 8 8 Highlan HighlaMPari Iii Land LandPark < l lPark
Park adtiiUou eddlUoaSimple d1IU I ISimple 1Sim
Simple SimpleMighty Sim le 45 45Q 45Mighty
Joy Joy1rrighty Q
Mighty good to be free from fromCOFFEE fromCOFFEE fromCOFFEE
COFFEE AILS AILSPOSTUM AiLSPOSTUM
POSTUM I
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CREWDSQNS CREWDSQNSBOOK CREWD CREWDBOOK SON S
BOOK BO K A WINNER WINNERDrummerAuthor
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DrummerAuthor Drununer Author Makes a a Success Slccess of ofHis ofHis
His Initial Literary Venture VentureHE Ve1 re reHIWILLWRIIE i
HE HIWILLWRIIE WILL WRITE SOME MORE MOREPUBLISHERS MOREPlltil1SHERS
PUBLISHERS Q IISHER5 REFUSE REF SE TO TAKE TAKEHIS TAKEHIS TAKEHIS
HIS INDIAN STORIES STORIESCnjules STORIESCNrles STORIESplanes
planes x Crcwdaon author of of9MM ot1Hr1ea oflaths
9MM laths of the Road is at the knutsferd Knuts Knutsferd Itnutstortl
ferd In private life IU Mr Crovdson Crowd Is I IeeqnD a aceipmerclal aeitftmercfal
ceipmerclal eeqnD reMl traveler trave r Thos who have havew4 luwoI
w4 Isis book or the installments of it itwbfcli itwb Itwhich
I I which wb were printed in the the Saturday SaturdayISveniBc SaturdayEY SaturdayEvenlsg
ISveniBc EY I1 Post before it was published publishedi
i i i in book form know that because b 1se no nohut
1 body hut a drummer avbo ho had been beeni beenthrough
I i through the th mill could have written writteni
i a aeries rlea of stories stori t experiences and re ret relfin
i t naltt rotofccences enc ences io true to lifej life
j hr I picked plck d up a Saturday Satu Evening EveningPost Evenlnsrut EveningPeat
Post en the train the th other day said saidT
t T Mr Crew I rewdeon < Jeon last evening evenln and nd start started startI started ¬
I ed to read a story in it It I didnt rotloc ro notiua roUCQ
tiua who Whowu WM the author if it but as asI a asI i iI
I read in it I thought the blamed thing thingaeemed thin thineetMd thinsseemed
seemed fatnlllar Finally Ilooked I looked to tosee toee totree
see who the author was and ndit it wa waone waone a aI >
I one of ny > own stories It was a piece pieceof nlOCI piocof
of a chapter written some months be before beeo hefors ¬
I fore eo which had been cut out by tho thopublisher thopubltahe thepublishers
publisher originally and published publishedseparately fJUbJlihedN1ratelr publishedseparately
separately several l months later laterSells laterSells laterSells
Sells 23000 Copies CopiesIt
It la lust about sixty lhtt days da s since the thehook thebook thehook
hook of Mr Crewdeonn sketches sketch was wasput wasput u uIml
put on sale and in that time 23500 23500copies 23 23copl 23000copies
copies copl have been sold Last evening eveningMr eveningMr eveningMr
Mr CrewdiKW CTewd C on received a latter J tttr ff ffom ffomhis ffontnbi ont onthis
his publishers saying that tho th San SauFrancisco SanlIral1titreQ SanFraurisco
Francisco house c which hIclt te handing the thebook th thbook thebook
book in that territory ordered 1000 extIyt ex extra extra ¬
tra iao > locs locsaIr ia iaMr I Ir
Mr r Crewdson is Kentuckian a Dom Dentnerat Democrat Domocri1t ¬
ocrat and ld a friend of William Jennings JenningsBryan JenningliBryan JenningsBryan
Bryan Hi HiS business is to sell hats hatsWriting hstsWritlng hatsWriting
Writing stories is i his diversion dJel km H Hattended IIattended Its Itsattended
attended th the Chicago Chl ugo convention in htl inj in11i
j 11i 18 1406 8 which wl b first nominated Mr M Bryan Bryani Bryantot
i for president preMld nt Mr Crewdson was waswearing WIlHinl waswoating
wearing inl a pear pearl campaign hat manu manufactured manufaotJredby mmnufacttired ¬
factured faotJredby by his h own house and it itlooked Itlooked itlooked
looked good oOO to Mr Ir Bryan BryanThe ll BryanThe lln llnT1e
The distinguished dlaUnlfull hed Nebraskan sug suggested 5UgJretect suggested ¬
gested to Mr r Crewdson that they theychange theycbanae theychange
change hats Mr r Crewdson assented assentedand ns8et1ltdI
I and accepted for his pearl gray rA hat tho thoslouch thoslmwh theslouch
slouch chapeau eha u which distinguished distinguishedMr
Mr r Bryan The T e presidential candidate candidatewore CtU1dldateworo candidateWore
wore the purl p rl gray during durin > most of ofthe o othe ofthe
the strenuous atrenueuacampaign campaign which fd fdlowed f 1 1lowed 1lowed
lowed and needless to say sa the hat hathi halhM1t hatiihl66hh
iihl66hh hi hM1t < h Mr Bryan gave Mr Crewdson Crewdsonis Crewd an ani
is i tjasured taoea ured as a memento whl h the thelatter thelattel thelatter
latter will hand ha h8J id down d wn to his children childrenIs
Is Writing More Books BooksDuring Book3DUJlng BooksDuring
During the past year Mr fr Crewdson Crewdsonhjus
ham written two wore books lIe says saysthey sayiStho saysthey
they tho are net yet et licked into shape apo for forpublication forpublication forpublication
publication but that th t be will j1J put the theftntohing thoftnishh11Lop the9njshing
ftntohing ftnishh11Lop top tonghef heeon on them th ln when n he has hastime hastin hastine
time tin Like many other authors Mr MrCrewdson MrCre Ir IrCf1
Crewdson Cf1 vdsol OI failed to gut a publisher for forhis forhi forhis
his hi first book He wrote a n5 a series lles of In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian sketches which were ere published p bUshed In Inmany Ipl1lany litmany
many newspapers over ov r the country countrybut countryI countrybut
but never yet has he found a publisher publisherwilling pubU8herI
I Iwilling willing wmtn to ac accept ept them and put them in inbook Inh inhook
I book h Ok form Ho vows they are th the best bestthings bestI bestthings
I things he ever L ver wrote and lives in hopes hopesthitt hopesIthltt hopesthat
Ithltt that some 1ay he will find a publisher publisherwho publisherI publisherwho
who appreciates true merit meritCHEAP merite meritCHEAP
I
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CHEAP RATES TOCHICAGO TOCHICAGOVia TO CHICAGO CHICAGOVia
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Via V D fi R G R Ri R Ri RDeoen RDeoenr
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i Deoen Deoenr er I4thllth Chicago Chloe o and re return yeturn ¬
I turn HiSO 44 final limit January Janutuylth Ith 1095 1095International IDll IDllI iooeInternatioual
I International Live Stock Convention ConventionKate ConventionRale ConventionRate
Kate open to all allSEARCH nilSEARCH altBoise
SEARCH FOR HOLCOMB HOLCOMBBpise HOlCOr V n B BI
I Boise B ise Man Has Been Lost in the theMountains theMOUlttail1s theMountains
Mountains Since Nov 28 28The 28TheV 28Theworst The Thettforst
worst V orst Is Feared FearedrSpeclal FeeredS FearedSpecial
Special S claJ to The Herald HeraldBoise H IIeraldBoise rald raldnollie
Boise Ida Dec 1J UYUU 11William Wjlliam m Hol Holcbnib Holcomb Hotcomb
comb has been lost in the mountains mountainsup
up the Boise Dol e river since Nov o 2S S and it itU ItSa Itis
U feared led he may have l av perished p rI8h d from fromexposure fromexposure rotu rotuexpoure
exposure A search H rch was made for him himtwo himtro hindtwo
two or three di dalast > last week without withoutavail withoutavail
avail and then assistance assi tllncQ was sum sumfe 8umnned sunrta
fe cued from Boise Tho 7 0 O F Flodja 1 1lad Flodge
lodge lad of South Boise stat xtartod te1 four m men menout n nout nout
out on Sunday and today two oth others otherswent ra rawent rswent
went out on the same n1e missionOn mission missionOn mlaJ lol lolOn
On Nov O 27 r he missing man accent accompanied aecompanled accentpanled ¬
panled by J A Cooley left Boise to go goto goto goto
to Big Fiddle on the south uth side of the theBoise theDot theBoise
Boise Dot across a from Smiths prairie They Theydrove The The41Oe Theydrove
drove that day as far as Libby mill milland milland milland
and camped there for the night They Theyseparated TheyIOpat Theyaepatated
separated IOpat d the next ext morning Cooley Cooleyreturning I
returning to Boint nlt The missing mls1h man manreached titanreached
reached Dan Hammocks camp neat nearthe neatU1e neatthetibach
the thetibach Bftltach Ich mills but has not been beenheard Mtnhr beenheard f
heard of since It was AS s sivpwlna wing hard hardat hardat I Iat
at the 0 time and U t is supposed sup red he lost losthte I losthis t
his way w in some ntuiner Iie H was not notmisaed ootm notmissed I
missed m 1eed until Cooley returned to his hishojne 111 111home Iliahome
home on the nrairlv on the 3rd 3rdSALE irdSALE drdSALE
SALE OF HAND PAINTED CHINA CHINABy CHINABy
By B Mrs Harry Hat Shipler at Meredithstrunk Merediths Meredithstrunk Ieredlt s strunk
trunk store 155 Main street streetPRESIDENTIAL tre trePRESIDENTIAL treo1 treo1h treo1PRESIDENTIAL
h
PRESIDENTIAL PLUMS PLUMSE
E Harvey Belcher Appointed Post Postmaster Postmaster ¬
master at Vernal VernalWashington Vernalu1lngton Vernaltiiehington
Washington Dec D 11 HThe The president presldmsttttoday presidenttoday presic3llnttOdtL
today tOdtL sent the following oJIo 11 nominations nominationsto
to the senate senateDeceiver senate1tLsoeiver
I Deceiver eeelyer of public moftOYT monoy T N NAJUn NABi11
AJUn Olympia Wash WachCommissioner WashCotaunlyeionet
Commissioner COftt rt ionet of i wigratloft IJIIlftJsnttlQnIiart IJIIlftJsnttlQnIiart1h Hart fartIh HartH
Ih H North port rt of San Francine FrancisooK FrancineIostmhstera
Iostmhstera Iostmhsteradtt tri triNevadaEdftfd
K NevadaEdftfd vadH dtt Edwferd R Collins Gold GoldOregon
Itd AefdOreleonChester
ItdOnwoDCheat
Oregon OnwoDCheat Chester G Coal Dallas DlJasY A Ay 4Y
y Severance 1U1 < TlUaroook TlUaroookMe ttUamookMtaftaO
Me MtaftaO 1I tana0 3C BaMwin Stevens Stevensviiie StceftsU StceftslukAEdafl Stevensvine
viiie viiieAlaskaKdxvafd vineAlaskaEdward U
AlaskaKdxvafd lukAEdafl J Williams Imams Ietchi KetcHlkan I II IArtllONllJeda iken
ken kene1rloullreh I
ArtllONllJeda 1 aelthJr > Safford SaffordCalltomtaRIeha1d SaffordCalitomif
California CalltomtaRIeha1d Richard J ilurphv IQrph Fol Folsom Fill80m Folsom
som City Cityl Cilylah CityIdaboJ
lah IdaboJ l ahoj J M Elder El er Coeur dAlene dAleneUtaJi dAJe dA1enoUtaht e e11taJ1B
UtaJi 11taJ1B B Harvey Belcher Vernal VernalWashingtoa VernalllntouJ VernalWaaktngtouJ
Washingtoa J P I Rosebaugli lIar Harrhigion lIarrhton IiarrhtgtAu
rhigion rhigionGOLD rhtonGOLD rhtgtAuGOLD
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GOLD HAS DISAPPEARED DISAPPEAREDWrecked DISAPPEAREDWrecked
Wrecked Overland Limited Carried CarriedNinety CarriedNinety arrlcdNinety
Ninety Thousand Dollars DollarsDenver DollarsDenYeJ DollarsDenver
+ Denver Colo Cob Dee 11 UA A special specialto +
4 to the Times from Rock Springs Springsf + t1Vyo
+ Wyo yO gays sayef liJaynel1 gaysinety +
+ f Ninety nel1 thousand dollars in gold goldf goldbelongtnr goldbeionglnW +
+ bclonslny to a shipper whose whoseaame whosename f fname
+ name the railroad and oxprpss oprpssU oxprpssooatpats 4
+ 4 oowpan U ee c trill not disclose wasin was wnsIn + +
+ in one 00 of < tf the cars of tha Overland l lUnited 4 4Liutited
4 United which hJch was wa wracked and an anbUInt4 +
4 burned last wok at Ah Say Y and andit QldIt 4
4 it cannot nftCt be h found toundv undo undoIV 4
4 W v C M Mtrttord ord chief railway rnflwaymall +
4 mall cleric of the OmahaOsrdon Omah OmahaOgdendlvttioe Ogdn Ogdndlvl2loa +
4 dlvizioa announces nnHOUn s that one of the th thInddfflta +
4 incidents of the wreck was the thpCl1iUm thecofsUm +
4 c Cl1iUm > nuratnr of t MM nMkt of ofAU3tra Austra LustmBizet +
+ 1i Bizet z r +
+ + t + + t + + Jtt + tH tr j
EGGS EGGSARRtY ARRIVE ARRIVEFROM ARRI t I IFROM l lFROMIHE
FROM FROMIHE THE EAST EASTCar
Car of Hen He Fruit FruitC Gomes iii s s to Relieve Relievetiie Relievetle Relievethe
the tle local oc l Shortage ShortageFOOD S ShortageFOOD ol ge geFOOD I
FOOD FOR fOR THE HOLIDAYSADVA HOLIDAYSADVADCE HOLIDAYS HOLIDAYSADVANCE
ADVANCE ADVA C SHIPMENTS OF DECO DECORATIONS DECORATlpNS DECORATIONS
RATIONS RATlpNS ALSO RECEIVED RECEIVEDA
A ear r of Eastern eggs e has been received receivedThe receivedThe receivedThe
The scarcity of UtR l tai egg e has M raised the thoprice theprice
price to 44c per p dozen making them a aluxurious aIuxtrtous
luxurious rlous necessity n6Ce To easq ease e 8 the market marketeastern marketeuurn marketeastern
eastern stock stock1 S 4 being imported Tire Tireeggs Ttteessp Tl1ee
eggs e reoalvedf reOttJvedfllO no far are declared lo o ft ftfresh he hertlllb nefresh
fresh being sent hero her direct from ttto tttoreduction UtOV thefirms
firms V BU SetOng dlint at U > a aoffered CA ie e the they can be beotterttd
offered tn tho r retail t4U markets it a great BJutroduction greatreduction
reduction under present flr nt prices Utah Utah5g8 11 h hI hI
I eggs 5g8 are r If selling HUh for Ql 411 U a ens Case with few fewlocal lewI
I local shipments shipmentsA
A car of o walnut uts for the holiday trade tradaarrived trad2d tradearrives
arrived d yesterday Eil rtlay from California Cllifo rntlt a Other Otherreceipts OtherfCttl Otherreceipts
receipts fCttl > ts were a ear of cranberries good goodtock goodk goodatlek
tock k a car of dry dryontous < ry onfoug o rous and a car ot otbanana orbaranai ofbarauaF
banana Local Lo al and od express shipments shipmentsof shipmentsot
of pineapple potatoes and vegetables v egetablt etebteg ofall of ofall orall i
all kinds arts r arriving1 daily I irive
A oar Oft of Christmas decorations de raUons will ar arrive arrive ¬
rive > today toda Tho entire optl consignment Consi mnt has hasbenn hJ hJbeon barbeen
been sold > advance ad > nce order order4 having ba Ing been bsennlao beenpIae n n1hu
nlao d < l during the lh past two tw > weeks w weeksditional tks Ad Additional a adltiol ¬
ditional dltiol carload will m be to received It d withinthe within withinthe withmtho
the nest xt week ko a the demand d lJan for dc dcoraUl ovcnratioiMi dcoratlniw
nratioiMi oraUl in cat grgatar jt > at r this tl s year y > a7 than ever everl CVfheore everbefore
l before > Wholesale 4eaer de ier report tho thocommencement thocmmoncemnl thecommencement
commencement of the holiday UclAr trade Or Orders Orders Orders ¬
ders from from outside points po pta for holiday holidaysu holidaystock I
su stock > ck have hav begunThe begun CUnTho begunThe
The retail markets grb qquiet r quiet as the theholiday theIOUday theholiday
holiday retail trad41 trod j does J not b begin gin until untilChristmas unUlrhrilltma3 untilTriatmas
Christmas week TiN Th merchants are arestocking aresto arestcckln
stocking sto < klng their shflvas aheiv h with ltb supplies 5ul1 > I13 or nTboth orboth orboth
both staple and fancy 1anc edibles in antici anticipation anlleI autietnation ¬
I pation of the hoHrtay rush Small ship shipments shlpI shipmeats ¬
meats of California vegetables s GPta I S supply tae tUedemand taedemud thedemand
I demand for this produce After fter an sa auaeree a atepf salIerNt
tepf of t several sc vernt weeks w week wks kippered salmon salmonmado salmonmade salmonmade
made Its appearance yesterday es Id a y This ThissHs 1hs4sells fhJ1I1i <
sells 1I1i for 20c Oc per pt pound Pr Prtces Prac ci s remain rcmaltunchanged remainunchanged ftmalnuO
unchanged uO < Janged in all alllines Hues HuesTO JhJc JhJcTO
T TO 0 CHICAGO AND AN RETURN 4450 445OOn 4450On
On December 14th a and d 15th the Colo Colorado Colol8do Cob Cobredo ¬
redo Midland Railway will will sell round roundtrip roundtr roundtrip
trip tr tickets Salt Lake to t Chicago and andreturn andrelurn andreturn
return for ft > r 4150 The scenic Midland MidlandRoute 1IIltllaudRoute MkllaudRoute
Route is the right way over OV l the th ntountdins moun mountains mounI mount41118 ¬ I
tains This is the he line for the best b st ser service RCfYlc service ¬
vice Ylc and undoequl1 equipment equl1 > m nt Observation Pull Pullman Pullman Pullman ¬
man Cur through throu h to Denver every everynight everjnight everynight
night Ticket oflle imcjI 77 tOOL Second SecondSouth SecondSouth ISouth
South Salt S 1t Lake LakeOF LakeL
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OF WOMEN L N COMPOSERS COMPOSERSWorks
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Works of Three Foremost American AmericanMusicians AmericanMlsiciaus AmericanMusicians
Musicians Heard at Recital by byMrs byMrs b Y YMrs
Mrs King and Pupils PupilsThe PupilsThe PupilsTire
The terns te m lecture J recital r tul hints but butvaguely butvaGuely butvaguely
vaguely ttt it th the pleasurable pl nufthJe evening eveningof
of music which was afforded tho patrons pat patrons patrons ¬
rons and friend of Mrs iJJ Martha RoyJe RoyJeKins Ro Roylehind le leKing
King last night by that teacher aiid aSadsome aiidsome a 1d 1dsonte
some of her pupils pu > lls The Th recital was a adeparture adORlturO adopartur8r
dopartur8r departure from the ordinary musical musicalevent mulcatcent musicalevent
event the audience being belntold told some something S something nlfl nlflthing ¬
thing of the wonten vonan o en whose compositions compositionsthey compositionsthey compositionsthey
they heard and the different dlft rent charac ciaaractristics characteristics charactwl8tics ¬
teristics being pointed out in the th course courseof courSQof courseof
of the programme programmeThe PJOS1Un1meThe programmeThe
The subject was Modern 1orn < American AmericanComposers AmericanComposers tcrieanCOlnliOSHS
Composers and Lrd as typical t plc 1 of these theoMrs theseMrs the s sr
Mrs r Jessie L I Gaynor Ca uor Mrs Irs H Hn IT A ABeach ABealh ABeach
Beach and Mrs Carrie Jacobs Bond Bondvero Bondwere
were 010 chogon Mrs 118 King in an intro introductory introducLon introductory ¬
ductory talk < explained that songs are arebut arebut arebut
but pictures get et to music mu lo and com comptfr comI compared
ptfr I pared rfd > d the compositions compO ltiomJ of of celebrated celebratedmusician ceJebrotedmUalCln celebratedmusicians
musician to the works of masters in inpainting Inpainting inpainting
painting according to the emotions emotionspr e epresmsd ox oxpressed
pressed pr s d She said that thatits in hrrl Mrs Mr Gaynor Gayuorvas Gaynorwas Gaynorwas
was found first of all 11 the tI mother and andn nndin andIn
in n her bon onus s tho tettI t tettlir nuer r sentiments sentimentswhich sentimentswhich sentimentswhich
which she felt as a mother motherA moth r rA
A sketch of Mrs 116 Gaynor who Js now nowresiding now1e8Idln nowresiding
residing in Jefferson frt City Mo was washen wasiqn wasyi
yi hen en by Mi MiltS s Eva Thomas This was wasfollowwl wasfolloWMl wasfollowed
followed by b a group of Mrs Oaynors Oaynorssones Olynorsnn Gaynorsgams
sones nn s in which Miss 1I8S Edi Edih h Oodbe Mss MssCoral MfssCoral tf8S tf8SoraJ
Coral oraJ Evans Rns Mica Iill Hall e Foster Miss VitusCsrmelita MissC tUasCflrmfWa
C CflrmfWa rmellta Pitt Miss Judith Evnns I tlns pad padlittle nd ndlittle d dmUff
little Puslo Casio uI Russfll ll were heard h ald The Thelastnamed Thela ThelastnsmM
lastnamed la t nRn1M wonthe won the entire approval 1 + rJr rroval t 1 of ofher ofher ofher
her hearers o ONe e of tho sonsrh which whichshe whichshe whichshe
she sang san Mistress Mary rr embodying embodyinga
a number of m 1UeJY r = ery tales was com catnmnted comminted 0111 0111mnted
mnted on by b Mrs frs sing Kin as the th most mostr mOltrtvrntac mostreprFae
r rtvrntac Dr ntaive of Mrs G Gynor ynor the one onesh oneshJJUt oneshnn3ng
sh shJJUt wJnir off to best advantage nhnLa e her won wonderful wnnaerful Wonerilul ¬
derful t cant nt for combining c simplicity simplicityA
and arUMlc artla + ie off effect effectt t tskatch
A t sketch of M tlr8 rf g B UBfuh eh who hI resides mslflpgin
in IAson j on was as given vtn by b Miss flw Enid Edmnndq Ed Edmonds lidnnl ¬
monds nnl and then followed n sroim of ofs of2S ofBeres
s Beres An 2S s In which were heard nM1 V tugs uqs JnflMh JnflMhT Ju Jr = ri + 1th 1thns th thWarms1ilsw
T Warms1ilsw ns > fips iS Ha1 Ral Foster Fo r Hiss Edith EdUhG EdthGM
G GM be e and nd Mrs r8 Kiralre Ki JCIe JCIefl > r rMr
lre Mr fl Peach ef EPic W Mri IEf Kiner Iin I < tnr = had h9 per perf perfected pr prfOCIid
f fOCIid c ed the h art of syncon fiYrtC4olitinn tion and mod modulation modullt modttiptinn ¬
ulation ullt tI to a rtMT 4fHrNl attained ft > v SCQTte screeh sc SCQTteh rre rreH
H tnAth another thAI r coni eonnsoaor e r Mrs s TClni King point pointd pointed olnt olntMf
Mf d on out J lnstnneee Jn ilfl i > of evneonfttinn show shown 8howIn shownw
In n nw nbso I hnS of tW fofm submoRcd 3nbYo il Us Ussvt it itt itsart
art t rni nil wr rN1nfOHl Mi fi the American mercan noise noisewasf noiseJa
Ja h + 111 PartN t t tJ1
J1 11 a C Qtetsh AtMt nl Mrs f jrrnd nf1 sn n Hp Hpin livesin
in fhln t hI o wasf wass as fnrngh iirn iirnnnf nr fry h lft fi < A Al Alyard I Ivfl1d
yard Msr f fln + ini wn 81i il bar barcrhlna4 fOr fUhf I
crhlna4 In + tft h ttu trren ffl1 trice tAlmt of n HH f fnet I
nnf net > t p6r t e6rno f4 < v vA 11t1 fur l grrun grrunof tIU
A of M ifrq rttl rcpv Rory Bonlg Bonlgvm corr fItII inli nJ1 err tini tinitPre I
vm 1 henr M aayT t = l 3iir Mf Ti TeC tjlo tAr 11igS 11igSR ns nsF
F ° tsnq nlf ad cJ f Mrs Rift isiatr M1t Annnhir + p pIsis
I Isis ts of n t ti p wnnr + upra w xraq nc V V1 Iq 1 Tq Tqis 11 1
Evans 4 111 is Miss Blancbo AtchUon teh lOn and Miss MissEvans MissEvanr ri5s ri5sEn
I IRUMMAGE
RUMMAGE RUMMAGESALEV RUMMAGESALEVBy SALE SALEVBv SALErho
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nl 1 P RF Bl ir Tarfl hlThutl al T Thnradav 0l V rice n c 14 at atLoiaoll atL atLoisolle
Loiaoll L hsoUe D Dntlnc ncinc nlrtp ne H uv V CIu In rear rearCarrc ff rearWiL f fIL
WiL IL IAM WHITE DEAD DEADCame DEADCame
Came to Salt Lake City From South SouthWales SouthWales SouthWales
Wales In 1 171 171William 71 71AVilliaw 71Y1l1iam
William White a native of South SouthWales SoulhWaI SouthWales
Wales WaI and since i ce 178 Iii a resident of Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake pa p paseed e l away yesterday at the thofamily thifamily thefamily
family residence realdet e 250 West CliJt Second SecondSouth 5onl1South SecondSouth
South street aged n ad 79 years ftafS Funeral Funeralservices Funeralservices
services will be weld at 1 p 1 > m mWednesday mWednesday inWednesday I
Wednesday at the Sixteenth S tenth ward wardmeeting wardmoetln wardmeeting
moetln meeting house The remain may ma be betiewed benewel I
newel betwton b t OII the hours Iou of 10 and andllm
1130 a am hr m tomorrow at U the > late resi residence residence ¬
dence denceMr dcnceMr denceMr
Mr White bl 1 cam here a as a convert to toMotmonism tolIrotmonlsm toMormonism
Mormonism and for fhjjrast fh h j put at ten years yearshad j
had devoted his time exclusively to tochurch tochurelt tochurch
church work Upon flWt Pit comIng hcr hcrlie hc herelie I
lie established a large meat business husinesaWhich businesswhich bUl ineii ineiiwhich
which for many man years rt1 was J one nn of the thew theCDat thetn
w CDat < at t Imporant firms in Salt Lake H HaJso lie JIealso liealso
also invested in n other concerns concernsNine cnnttnsiqe coneernsNine
Nine iqe children survive John H Wil WilItem Wil11cm iI iIUqm
Item L David H Joseph Jose Parley ParleyThom ParlerThm ParleyThemes
Thom Themes R C and nd Mss flp M J White Iud nndMrs Iudfrli endMrs
Mrs frli Elizabeth White Tayor M Mrs MrsMyra 15 15Mn s sMyra
Myra White ite Neal and Mrs rr Ada White WhiteCannon WhiteCarman j
Cannon CannonWINJR CannonBut
Cannone e
WINJR IS ilfUr IR IRBut I IDut
But Is your system strong enough to towithstand towithstand towithstand
withstand thq severe cold and inclement Incle Inclement IncleJ11Ent ¬
ment weather If not youre liable to toattacks toaUacka toattacks
attacks of Chills Cold Grippe or orPneumonia orPneumonia orPneumonia
Pneumonia Strengthen Stron tben tho entire sys system BYStern system ¬
tem by b tatting taldn i iHObTETTERS r rHO
HObTETTERS HOSTETTER5STMAC HObTETTERSSTOMACH HO TETTERtS I i
STOMACH BUTTERS BUTTERSbefore
before It Is 1 too late It also cures curesHeartburn tur turlIe curedHeaitburn
Heartburn lIe Hburn Bloating Jlelchin T elQhin inaii inaiigostion In inst instgostlon J JgosUon
gostion Dyspepsia Insomnia and andMalaria nndMalnriA andMalaria
Malaria Jpok 4t t hjiJiUe 1 today Q ar also < so ask nsky6ur askur askyour
your ur drusfilat dru drubls II t tSiVlt tDj1rAfJ j Wf Atcopy cbpy op of our ourPOtl
18 900 0 llIuaLratelt lUu IUustGlnttilac hijij Alipa ktft1 ac its itsworth f irtft f
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Qualityof Quality of Be Beer r Depends Upon Superiority of ofMaterials off
f Materials Treatment and Maturity MaturityPurity
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c a Purity ur1 t y is is a universal essential e ei in in all beers The observance ob erVance of ofcleanliness ofcleanliness
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cleanliness leanli less and sterilization will secure it itHealthflllness itHealthfulness it itN itt
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t Healthfulness combined with flavor and a r4 n d dr taste constitutes real realquality realquality
r 1 quality uali and a these are impossible le without tfib very best b st materials and andthe andI andthe
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thehighest the highest hig est order of treatment ire atree nt This is what what science and experience experienceteach exporienceteach experienceat
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I I t Materials Materi ls To T n provide the t public with t a really goopsjatable goopsjatableand good P paJa al atab1 bly blyand e
ebarley
i and wholesome beer of o or the Highest Quality we use the best bestiii barley barleyvmalt barleyalt
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o malt alt the highest grade hops superior yeast and in our pale palei ale beers beersmall a asmall
i small percentage of rice rice In all our beers we use the best and purest purestmaterials purestmaterials purestr purestmaterials
materials regardless of costI cost costCorn 1 1Com
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b I Corn QrIn we never use although it is not excluded b by authority and andhas andhas
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i has the advantage of cheapness We use no substitute of an any kindto kind kindto kindto
to reduce our expense We spare neither money nor care to forti fortiand fortify fortifyarid fortifyarid
arid i increase our well earned and long established reputation reputationTreatment reputationTreatment reputationr
r I > l li Treatment and an d Maturity We employ only r the most modern modernmethods modernmethods
i methods of brewing and an d our present storing capacity of 600000 barrels barrelsis barrelsis
I I i is morethan more than that of any two other breweries in in the worldey world worldThese worldThese
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I I r a p These e se facilities enable us to age e our beer the length of time timenecessary timenecessary timei
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necessary to guarantee its purity and mature maturity maturitynot not in in printers print rs ink inkbut inkbut inksprofnpcwr
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aa good ddar yfori dat6r7i1dd amke ra raG + ep
G Quality Quali y depending upon the character of materials and thet the themethods j jmetbods
t xK methods employed is is the real goal for competition among brewers brewersAt bfGWOJSAt brewersthis
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+ At t this goal goal a we have been for or many years yearsIt ears j jt jIt
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> a i the e same time has a greater gre g eater ter sale than all other bottled beers beersSt beersAnheuser
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THE RIO RUNABOUT RUNABOUTWith f fith r
With ith its eighthorse power ower and nd reasonably light weight is a car for dIe doctor the busittosa b1siu bu iuess man manthe mantl1olftf mantllariTtrand >
tllariTtrand the tl1olftf ifcrnnd < nnd the daughter daughterStrong daughterStrong daughterStrong <
Strong and simple iu construction + ± eas easily > operated and economical ec nomical tc fit 1ua maintain i1taiU The The Automobile Auto Automobile Aulomobile ¬
mobile you have been looking fo for Ask for a demonstrationSUARMAN demonstration demonstrationPhones damonstrationSUMIM4NAIJT0MIIWU
l SUARMAN SUMIM4NAIJT0MIIWU AUTOMOBllf COMr COMrANY COMrANYPhones ANV
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a A Christmas Present should combine certain features t tures It shouH shouHcause shou l < 0 0rouse
0 ei eiell
0b b cause satisfaction atl f1cUon to th the giver and receiver It should be handsome as asveil
veil ell 11 as useful It should be a source urCQ of joy every eve day < in the year un until untll until >
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til next Christmas comes with something else eleA 0 < y yA
6 A Bissell CycoBearing Carpet < t Sweeper fills the bill A suitable Ares preseijt pre preCht 4 4ert
eijt for your lIU mother wife sister or friend Made and finished from best bestgrade betgrade
0 grade of woods Will save a Rood many hours every year and a good goodmany gootli a 9 9many
many man aches uirl a l pains pa Scs s c our l lr big display dj Dlll Dllli 4
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Fone one 748 168 Main Street StreetJfa +
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t5 and Safest S fest Ever Perfected PerfectedMY
MY SKI S Shl1L J lIi L h ha no equal In the cure ft Prtvtcand IVlvie IVlvieand PIJVIAnd
and private lTiv te diseases of nun m ll because b eaute i have 11 id idvaneed + d dvaneoo dvaneed
vaneed with 1th the th rapid upward march a et ° mcdnl mcdnlMdence medl1Ilrielce meda i isetence
Mdence and made a specialty of t the di me diseas eaE eaEtreat U S Sectt stest
treat ectt My modern methods are every ev > ry day pr pro proJnlt pruving A Ainp
inp that they are positively the safest fJukkl fJukkltld quicketuud iuick et eta
uud a tld d most mo tt rcHalo that have ever Melt b n perfected perfecnwfor perfecl perfeclftJr perfectedfor
for curing curingBLOOD curinrBLQOD curingBLOOD
BLOOD POISON SKIX SKI > DISEASES SORES SOJUSS L LCERS Li LiCE i iCBRS
VARICOCBLB I E NSRVm NSRVmDECLINE NWtvmSDECLI S SDECLINE
CBRS CE RS STRICTURE TREVAiUCOCIa ARICOCI
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DliOC DItOCirLE LE and DI DdEASES EASBS ef th the ICID KIDNEYS r E S SIRoSTATE ard ardThere ac1pnOST J
IRoSTATE pnOST TE TEThere
There Is absolutely ab oJut b v no o Patcbtv patchwork ar b bresults about aboutreaultfi th threasultJI
results of the course of treatment I give gl for IOTbcslmUnR fat fatof Eaitof
of the diseases I make a specialty for 8 atPr atPrbtgjnning attr attrSlnnln
bcslmUnR Slnnln roy treatment every syropt1110 syropt1110sease IiJYlPPUU ofaesse of t I IleafiC
returns returnsby r6turnIMPORTANTI returnsIMPORTANTI
sease diwiPPears and the trouble never
IMPORTANTI will cur cure lOti you for loss money than you ou can bo treated tOT tOTby forb
by b an any other specialist In SU Lake Lakeor You will have to como to ue 800nr goo gooor
or or later later in order to be properly cur cured d dmoney wh why not before you o have lo lost lostmoney t 1 1m
money m ne in doctoring with cheap H < r uis uisCUBB t1 dishonest ill1ont t unskilled 1Ii spe spats spatsCLEE 1Isbl 1IsblCURE
IJarn IJarnteed
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CURE OR NO CHARGE My Y pat pator patients receive e iTe a wdtttJj CfUtrad cnttra guarnTT guarnTTteed +
sath1ilttluTt sath1ilttluTtor
the bank to cure and rendercnt render Cnttre e
teed Wi b n depObIt denoeit or tit it iii
or refund too money raonejthorougb moneyCONSULTATIOX es
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