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Good Roads Man Declares DeclaresFought He HeFought HeFought
Fought Dramatically Dram tically for Aboli Abolition Abolition Abolition ¬
tion of Plural Marriage MarriageEARNEST MarriageEARNEST
Reed Smoot apostle apo Ue and senator is isone isone I Ione
one of the great reformers of today todayaccording todayaccording
1 according to W V H I Moore Moor is isthe isthe I Il
l the individual who posed as a a good goodroads goodroads goo gooL
L roads exponent and entered the politi political politic poutcal ¬
c cal l game with Smoot in the Utah Good GoodRoads GoodRoads 000 000Roads
Roads convention con entlon to humiliate former formerGovernor formerGovernor formeGovernor
Governor Hober M Wells On the sub subject subject subect ¬
ject ect the Cleveland Plain Dealer has ha the thefollowing thefo11owin th thfollowing
following followingLast fo11owin fo11owinULast followingLast
Last year was wa a busy one for Presi President President President ¬
dent W H Moore of the National NationalGood NationalGood NatIonsGood
Good Roads association assocl Uon and his hisassociates hisassociates Il IltssocIates
associates He was at the Hollenden Hollendenyesterday Hol1endenyesterday HoIlendeiyesterday
yesterday In their private car Mr MrMoore MiMoore MrUoore
Moore and the other officers of the theassociation theassociation th thassociation
association traveled 54000 miles milesthrough milesthrough miIethrough
through twentyseven states and two twoterritories twotHrltories tw twtErritorioo
territories territoriesDuring tHrltoriesUDuring tErritoriooDuring
During these extensive jaunts 122 122conventions 122conventions 12 12conventions
conventions were held at which the thegood th thgood thegood
= good roads propaganda was spread spreadbroadcast spreadbroadcast sprea spreabroadcast
broadcast The last convention onvenUon was washeld washeld wa waheld
held In Utah and was was presided over overby overby ove oveby
by Governor Cutler and exGovernoHeber exGovernor exGovernorHeber exGovernorHeber
Heber M Wells WellsOur WellsOur WeUsOur
Our canvass and tour of Utah Utahcovering Utahlovering Utaltovering
covering a period of several weeks week9said weekssaid weekssaid
said Mr Moore gave us a thorough thoroughknowledge thoroughknowledge thorougiknowledge
knowledge of its social agricultural agriculturaland agricultursand
and commercial conditions We Ye met metthe metthe me meT
T the leading lead ins men of the state stateMor stateMormons stateMorThons Mor Mormons ¬
mons and Gentiles engaged In political politicaland poUticaland politicsand
and commercial life We met the acf ac active active ¬
f tive and expoliticians We visited visitedProvo vIsitedProvo visiteProvo
Provo the home city of Senator Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot Ree ReeSmoot
Smoot and held a convention In th thold the theold theold
old Mormon church of that city with withover withover wlt wltover
over 3000 in attendance The deposed deposedexCongressman deposedlxCongressman deposeexCongressman
exCongressman Roberts and SonataReed Senator SenatorReed SenatorReed
Reed Smoot spoke in that convention conventionWherever conventionWherever conventlorWherever
Wherever we went we studied existing existingUtah existingttah ex1stIn ex1stInt
t Utah conditions conditionsWe conditionsWe
We met President Smith and ten tenof tencf tel telof
of the apostles of the Mormon church churchWe churchWe churchWe
We learned much of the life and char character character character ¬
acter of Reed Smoot We met his hisfaithful hisfaithful hi hifaithful
faithful friends and bitter opponents opponentsWhen opponentsWhen opponentsWhen
When we discussed his home life lifenever Ufeneer lifenever
never did we find a man or woman womanGentile womanGentile womanGentile
Gentile or Mormon even Insinuate Insinuatethat insinuatethat insinuatthat
that Reed Smoot had ever lived or oradocated oradocated o oadvocated
adocated a plurality of marriage On Onthe Onthe Oi Oithe
the contrary he was the original or orfirst orfirst o ofirst
first apos aposle Je of the church to advocate advocateand advocateJlnd advocatand
and congregate delegates at Salt Lake LakeIn Lakein Lakin
In 1901 from alt countries where Mor Marmonism Mormonism Mormonism
monism Is established and In that thatImportant thatimportant thaImportant
Important and representative conven convention convention conventhan ¬
tion he h stood up and fought the bitter bitterest bltterst ¬
est > st opposition when he declared That Thatplurality ThatPlurality Thaplurality
plurality pf of marriages must forever be beabolished beaboUshd bi biUbolished
abolished from the creed of the Mor Mormon Mormon Mormon ¬
mon faith He won WQIl his great reform reformbattle reformbattle refornbattle
battle He vigorously opposed and andfought andfought am amfought
fought the nomination and election a aexCongreseman of ofexCongressman ofExCongressman
exCongressman Roberts who is isMormon a aMormon aIorrnon
Mormon with plural wives wivest wivesReed wivesU
U r t Reed Smoot Is i one o of the grea greaifiormers great greatReformers greatp
Reformers d1e ifiormers p rmers of the century He has hasdone ha3d1e ha hadJne
done more to purify and place the theMormon thelormon th thZJormon
Mormon faith on a level with Metho Methodism l1ethodlsm Methodism ¬
dism PresbyterIanism Judaism and andathollclsm andathoUcism am amatholIc1sm
< athollclsm than all the apostles from fromBrlgham fromBrigham franBrigham
Brigham Young to President Smithth Smith Smiththf Smiththp
thf reigning president of the church hurchr i iI
I do not believe b Iieve the sound wisdom wisdomIf j jof
of If the members of the American AmerI an senate senatewill senatewill senativill
will be Influenced by biased Informa Information Informa110n Informalion ¬
lion but upon a a thorough investigation investigationof
of facts will vote in i favor of Senator SenatorReed SenatorReed SenatoiReed
Reed Smoot holding his seat seatRUMMAGE seatRUMMAGE seatRUMMAGE
I Saturday March 3 at 115 East First FirstSouth FirstSoutb Firkouthi
South by Iliff M I E Echurch EchurchWILL church churchWILL churchJILL
Vienna March 1 1The The new commer commercial commercia commerclal ¬
cia I treaties between AustriaHungary AustriaHungaryand
and Germany Italy Ital Russia and Belglum Bel Belgium Belgium ¬
gium and also the new AustroHun AustroHungarian AustroRungRlian AustroHungarian
garian autonomous tariff on which the thetreaties thetreaties th thtreaties
treaties were based became effcctivtoday effective effectivetoday effectivetoday
today The dual monarchy thereby therebyenters therebyenters tllereblenters
enters on a new period of commercial commercialrelations commercialrelations commerciarelations
relations with foreign countries particularly par particularly particularly ¬
ticularly the neighboring states of ofcentral ofentral ol olcentral
central Europe The tariff treaties treatieswere treatleswere treatlewere
were designed to give increased pro protectlon protectlon
4 tectlon to AustroHungarian AustroHung rlan agricul agricultural agrIcultural agricultural ¬
tural and manufacturing interests for forthe forthe foithe
the tariff increases duties not only on onmanufactured onmanufactured ontuanufactured
manufactured goods but also on all allsorts ansorts allsorts
sorts of provisions The satisfaction satisfactionwith saUetactfonwith satisfactionwith
with the treaties is general It Is rec recognized recngnlzed roengnized ¬
ognized that they the will hold Austria AustriaHungary AustriaHungary AustriaHungary
Hungary together at least l st economical economically ¬
ly for the period they will endure endurenamely endurenamely endurenamely
namely twelve years yearsMathews yearsr yearsIathews yearsMathews
t r
Mathews Candy Co 122 Main St Stopen Stopen Stopen
open their new n w store Saturday March March3d Marchd
3d d at 188 Free oanmtions for the theladies thela theladies
ladies ladiesSOCKEYES la ladiesSOCKEVES ios iosSOCK
Seattle Se ltle March 1 1With With the opening openingof oleninof
of the sockeye salmon run for 1905 five fivemonths fhemonths f1v f1vmonths
months away the nalmon 1mon packers ofPuget of ofPuget ofPuget
Puget Sound are ar offering contracts to totrap totrap totrap
trap owners at the rate of 25 5 and andcents 26 26tents 26cents
cents for the entire catch for the sea season SeAson season ¬
son the highest hf hesl contract price ever everoffered everoftwed everoffered
offered offeredBARGAINS oftwed4ARGAINS
A woman once wrote us usthat U 115that I
that she was not going to tobuy tobuy tobuy
buy Scotts Emulsion anyt any anymore anymore
t more because it cost too toomuch toamuch tooj
j much Said she could get gelsome getsome getS
S some other emulsion for less lessmoney le5 le5money lestmoney
money Penny wise and andpound nd ndpound
4 pound foolish Scotts Emul Emulsion Emulsion Emulsion ¬
sion costs more because it is isworth i ivorth
worth more morecosts costs more to tomake tomake tomake
make We could make makeScouts makeScotts makeScotts
Scotts Emulsion cost less by byusing byusing byusing
using less oil Could take takeless takeless takeless
less care in making it too tooIf tooIf tookIf
If we 9did did however Scotts ScottsEmulsion ScottsEmulSlon ScottsI
I Emulsion 9 wouldnt be the theliver thestandard
14 standard preparation of codliver cod codliver
liver oil as s it is i today today8PJXTT todayZOWNE todayOWNZ
8PJXTT BOWNE P Par15lrcctNcwYWtt rl Slrert New Ywfc
Sister State Issues Quarantine Proc Proclamation Proclamation Proclamation ¬
lamation Against Utah and andOther andOther an anOther
Other States StatesANIMALS StatesANIMALS StatesANIMALS
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoIse HeraldBoise
Boise Ida March 1 1G 1Goveroi Governor Vernor Goodng Good GoodIng GoodIng
Ing ng today tod y issued a n quarantine procla proclamation proclamation proclanation ¬
mation agaist sheep from Utah Ne Nevada Neada ¬
vada ada Montana Wyoming Washington Washingtonand
and Oregon based on Information that thataheap thatsheep that3heop
sheep in all those states are lro re affected affectedwith affectedvitli
with scab The proclamation goes Into Intoeffect Intoeffect intoffoct
effect immediately and shall remain In Inforce intorce Inorce
force orce until the end of the year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It prohibits the importation driving drivingherding drivingherding drivingierding
herding drifting or moving into the thestate thestate thetato
state of Idaho any sheep now n w held helddrifted helddrifted heldIrifted
drifted herded or ranged within Mon Montana Monana Montana ¬
tana ana Wyoming Utah Nevada Ore Oregon Oregon Oreuon ¬
gon and Washington or which may mayhereafter m mayereafter y yhereafter
hereafter be held herded trailed or orranged orranged oranged
ranged within said states statesIt statesIt
It Is further ordered and proclaimed proclaimedthat proclaimedth
that th t the Importation into the state of ofIdaho ofIdaho ofdaho
Idaho of all sheep from the statesiamed states statesnamed statesnamed
named above In this proclamation shall shallbe shalle hallbe
be e and Is hereby prohibited prohI ited unless said saidsheep saIdsheep saidheep
sheep shall have been dipped under theupervision the thesupervision thesupervIsIon
supervision of the United States bureau bureauof
of f animal industry industryThe industryThe industryThe
The owner or owners or party or orparties orparties orart1es
parties art1es in charge of said sheep shall shallnot shallnot shallriot
not cross the state line of Idaho with withtheir withtheir withhelr
their flocks without a a certificate from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the inspectors of the United States Statesbureau Statesbureau StatesDureau
bureau of animal Industry showing showingthat showingthat showingLhat
that said sheep have been dipped un under under Unler ¬
der their supervision If such certifi certificate certificate certlilrate ¬
cate is more than ten days old at the thetime thetime theime
time said sheep are offered to the theauthorities theauthorities thetuthorities
authorities of Idaho for admission or orat orat ort
at t the time the sheep are sought to be bedriven bedriven beIriven
driven or brought Into this elate said saidcertificate saidcertificate saidertiflcate
certificate shall be null and void voidAMUSEMENTS voidAMUSEMENTI
Judging by the manner in n which he hewas hewas h hwas
was received by the house last evening eveningPaul ecnlngPaul eveulniPaul
Paul Gilmore made a hit In Salt Lako LakoHis LakoHis LakeHis
His play Captain Debonnaire was was the theproper theproper th thproper
proper medium to make him popular foiit for forit forIt
it is admirably suited to him himThe himThe himThe
The play Is tilled with the romance of ofFrance ofFrance o oFrance
France Its scene laid in Quebec and andNew andNew anc ancew
New ew Amsterdam The exaggerated exaggeratedcourtliness exaggtratedcourtliness exaggerateccourtliness
courtliness and somewhat grandiloquent grandiloquentlanguage granduoquentlanguage grandiloquenlanguage
language ar those peculiar to the pe period perl penodthe ¬
riod rl nodthe dthe the seventeenth century centuryand and the thesituations thesituations th thsituations
situations are such as might befall the theDebonnaire theuDebonnalr8 th thDebonflaIre
Debonnaire Frenchman who Is willing willingbeautiful willIngto willinito
to stako all on a game of chance The Thebeautiful Th ThbeauUful
beautiful scene in the garden in New NewAmsterdam NewAmsterdam NesAmsterdam
Amsterdam where at the autumn fete feteLouis fetcLuis fet fetLculs
Louis de Cadillac in the person of LouhIc Louis Louisle
le Debonnaire meets his fate Is the one onewhich onewhich antwhich
which appeals to the eye with ths stately statelydancing statehdancing statoldancing
dancing of the minuet and its elaborateand elaborate elaborateand elaborateand
and bewitching costumes But it was the thehair thehair thehair
hair raiding scene where the fearless fearlessLculs fearlessLculs leanestLcuis
in sword swordplay swordplay swordplay
Lculs worsts wors 3 three adversaries
play that brought the most generous ap applause npplause applause ¬
plause The hero was obliged to respond respondseveral respondse respondseveral
several se eral times and finally a curtain call callbrought callbrought callbrought
brought him forth to speak a few words wordsof wordsof worthof
of appreciation for himself and for his hiscompany hiscompamr M Mcompany
company to his Salt Lake friends friendsMiss friendsloUss friendsMiss
Miss Mario Pettes as Renee de Cadillac Cadillacwas Cadl11acwas Cadillacwas
was hardly a match for Gilmore her herpresence herpresence heipresence
presence being neither sufficiently strong strongnor strongnor stroninor
nor forceful for the part of the beauty beautyi beautydepiCfted beaut beautdepigted
i depiqted In the story She was at her herbest herbest hezboat
best In the pretty love scene whore in incoquetry Incoquetry it itcoquetry
coquetry she holds the adventurer by byher byher b bher
her charm charmAdelaide charmAdelaide charmAdelaide
Adelaide Fits Allen as her mother was wasmuch wa wamuch as asmuch
much more satisfactory She entered into intothe Intothe Intcthe
the ultra sentimental 5 part with roally roallyfine roa1I roa1Ifine i ifine I
fine acting A touch of the ridiculous is isghen hgiven i igiven
given by b the valet of Cadillac C dUlac played by bySolomon b bSolomon brSolomon
Solomon and Rcneos maid in a drunkeziscene drunken drunkenSCCHC drunkenscene
scene The 0J10 play J J Jweek runs the rest of th thweek tht thtweek
week and despite Ash Wednesdays pre preceding preceding preceding ¬
ceding it will draw well satisfied audi audiTlmes audle audieaces
e eaces eacesTlmGs 09fJ 09fJTimes
Times have changed In Greece threethousand three threethousand threethousand
thousand years y rs ago ladies in the upper uppercircles uppercircles uppezcircles
circles of society wore costumes that thatwould thatould thaiwould
would ould be considered out of style at this thistime thIstime thietime
time They spoke differently They seem seemto seemto seersto
to have moved In a different atmosphere atmosphereThis atm9SphoreTJ1is atmosphoreThis
This was all demonstrated in the ca ease e of ofNlobo ot11obo olNlobe
Nlobo She was turned to marble In InGreece InGreece inGreece
Greece about 1000 B C because she cried criedtoo crIedtoo criedtoo
too much She tried trl d to make amends at atthe atthe atthe
the Grand last night by making every everybody everybody everybody ¬
body laugh too much It la not easy at atthis atthis atthis
this late day to tell just how sheplayed sheplayedher she pla3cd pla3cdher
her part In Greece The critics have hu left leftbut 10ftbut leftbut
but meager details d taiJ of her performances performancesThere performancesThere performancesThere
There were wer no doubts In the minds of ofthosp ofthos ofthoso
thos thosp at the Grand last evening as to the theexcellence theexeellence theexcellence
excellence of Niobe There was generalcondemnation general generalcondemnation generalcondemnation
condemnation of the gods for having havingturned havIngturned havIngturned
turned her to marble She was certainly certainlymuch certainlymuch certainlymuch
much better in the flesh fleshTlite rlesl1This fleshThis
This little play of three short acts af affords aCCords atfords ¬
fords splendid opportunities of laying bare bara barea
a number of the Idiocies of modern up uppertencloin uppertemgm upperten4um
pertencloin A fine marble statue of ofNiobe ofNiobe ofNiobe
Niobe la left In the home of Peter Am Amos Am06Dunn AmosDunn OB OBDunn
Dunn while the real owner Is getting his hishouse hisboue hishouse
house fixed up The electricians leave live livewires lIvewIres livewires
wires exposed < x posed One of these comes in incontact incontact incontact
contact with the marble it comes to life lifewhile lifewhile lifewhile
while everybody In the tll < family exceptPeter except exceptPeter exceptpeler
Peter himself is at the opera Here is lawhere iswhere iswhere
where the complications start Peter Petercannot Petorcannot Petercannot
cannot explain for some reason He first firsttries firsttrIes firsttries
tries to pass Nlobe off as a new governess governessand governessand governessand
and later as his sister A suspicious wife wifean wlf wlfan wifean >
an old maid who runs the ranch a sporty sportyold sportyold sportyoki
old beau who has run the gamut and an anInnocent anInnont anInnorent
Innocent young daughter of 16 are some someof someDr
0 of the ingredients that go to make up upthe upth upthe
the th tangle > Many of the situations aretiecidedly are aredecidedly aredCldedJy
decidedly funny The whole play p1a Is live lively llcly lively ¬
ly after Mftt > 1 the first hrtlf of the first act actwhich actbieb actvhIcb
which bieb Is largely explanatory explanatoryMiss explanatorylliss explanatoryMiss
Miss Harper was 8S charming In the title titlerole titlerole i irolp
role She fits into the character In ap appearanee appesranee i iptarantP
pearanee and style of acting as though thoughthe thoughthe thoughhe
the he part ware cast for her In part where wherefrom whererrom here herefrom
from the th sublime to the ridiculous rI JQuJous Is but buta
a L short step sho wort golden opinions and andfortified andfortified andortified
fortified herself bf > rs Jf In the Dosltlon she won wonearlier wonearlier wonar11er
earlier In the week weekJoseph weekJoseph weekJoseph
Joseph Detrick gave splendid support supportHis supportHis supportElla
His acting of the part of the victim oftll of ofall ofaU
all tll the complications Peter Amos Dunn Dunnwa DunnW8 Dunnvas
wa vas < J without a flaw He had the undi undivided undivided undlrided ¬
vided sympathy 8 of the audionco from tho thostart thostart thetart
start tart to the last curtain Frank Howard Howardas
as LO Come Griffin a aj 3 Isabel MacDonald MacDonaldWero MacDonaldero
Wero rem ero good In their parts Little need be besaid besold beaid
said of the others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The Howard brothers gave ave a ploaslng ploaslngspecialty ploaslngspecIalty pleasingpeclalty
specialty in the way of songs dances dancesand dancesand dancesmd
and Jokes between acts Another featurene feature featureone featureone
one ne not down on the printed programme programmewas
was the presence in a body of tho mem members memberS memers ¬
bers ers of the University Dramatic club and andthe andthe andhe
the he presentation bv the th > organization to toMiss to1tIfta todIs
Miss dIs Harper of a fine floral offering offeringThe offeringThe offeringThe
The same bill runs tonight and tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorOW ¬
row OW afternoon aftern on and anduight anduightThia night nightThis nIghtThis
This weeks bill at t the prpheum rphcum ap apparently apeparently aparently ¬
parently IB drawing the patronage despite dcsoltethe desDltethe despitehe
the he prevailing stormy weather Tonight TonightIs
Is 5 society night nl bt anji anr already alr idy there Is a aheavy ahoa aicavy
heavy hoa aflvanoe saie saieTonight safej safejTonipht I ITonIpht
Tonipht Will be beJZiyqn idyejn rt te he t lasj la 1ss pe peICorrn peICorrntn forjn forjnundo
undo tn 1500 of o Minors MifliraIc ohemlansr at iltitli ithejJEfy ithejJEfyric 1 y yric
ric Ic 1
Organize O ze an Institute and Elect Officers Of Officers Officers ¬
ficers to Serve During DuringFirst DuringFirst Duringrst
First rst Year YearMt YearMt YearMt
Mt Pleasant Feb 28 28The The first district districtor
or county Farmers Institute In the stateof state stateof stateof
of Utah was organized at a 3 well attended attendedmeeting attendedmeeting attendedmeeUng
meeting of farmers in this city last even evening evening evenlog ¬
ing The 1helnsUtuUon institution starts life undermost under undermost undermost
most auspicious circumstances and bids bidsfair bidsCatr bidsfair
fair to be an entire success The officers officersregularly offlcorsregularly officersregularly
regularly elected to serve during the thefirst thefi theflrit
first fi t year of its existence arc as follows followsPresident followsPreslden4 followsPresident
President James F Jensen J nsen of Mt MtPleasant MtPleasant tIt tItPleasant
Pleasant secretary L C Rasmussen of ofMt oflIt ofMt
Mt Pleasant treasurer Hyrum H rum De Friesof Fries Friesof Friesof
of Fairview first vice president E L LTerry LTerry LTerry
Terry of Fairview FailviewThe FalrvlewThe FairviewThe
The meeting was attended by over 100 100people 100people 100uople
people among whom were delegates from fromFairvlew fromFalrvlew fromFairview
Fairview Moroni and Spring City CIt Be Besides Besdes BelIldW5 ¬
sides the regular order a number of mu musicttl musleal muslcal
sicttl selections were rendered render d Profes Professor ¬
sec Joseph Jensen Dr Yoder and Pro Professor Profe380r Prolessor ¬
lessor Clark of the Logan Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agri Agriculturalcollege < ultural ulturalcollege
college were present at the meeting and andtook andtook andtook
took part in It These three gentlemen gentlemencame
came Into tho county Monday at noon noonand noonand noonand
and accompanied by President Jensen Jensenof
of the new organization held a meeting meetingat
at Moroni that same afternoon another anotherat
at Spring City in the evening one at atFalrview atFalrvlew atFairview
Fairview on Tuesday in the afternoon afternoonand aCternoonand afternoonand
and wound up here last evening Good Goodmeetings Goodmeetfngs Goodmeetings
meetings were held at all of those towns townsand townsand townsand
and in each ane a local Farmers In Institute Institute Instltute ¬
stitute subordinate to the county organi organization organization organization ¬
zation In this city will be instituted One Oneaireaay Onealread Onealready
Fairview Farmers aU aUover allover
alread already aireaay exists o iaca an at o u u uover
over this end of the county arc taking takinghold taltlnghold takinghold
hold of the work with a will and expect expectto
to make the work very beneficial beneficialas beneficIalThe beneficialThe
The meeting last evening Vas as addressed addressedby
by Professor Jensen on Organization UOrganilatlonwhich urguii Organizationwhich tLiivm tLiivmwhich >
which was claimed to be of prime Im Importance Imprtance impertance ¬
portance among farmers Good market marketIng marketIng I
Ing is a direct result 1 nf ot r organization organizationwh t > riimf Inn Innwhen
when wh n farmers can unite first in grow growing growing growIng ¬
ing good crops of a like product andthen and andthen andthen
then second placing It on the market in insuch Insuch Insuch
such quantities as to command a high highrof highprice highprice
price Under the old system rof T i tVlIc this fnillri fnillrinot could couldnot couldnot
not be done as each man sold his pro proa produce produce
duce separato separately and a was < obliged HlIcrnH tn to taU taUwhat take takewhat takewhat
what he could get for It Tin Tindanger There Is no nodanger nodanger
danger of flooding the market m rket If these thesegoods thesegoods thesegoods
goods are known in advance as being beingfirst beingfirst beingfirst
first class another feature gained through throughorganization throughorganization throughorganization
organization organizationFollowing organizationFollowing
Following the professor Dr Yoder Yoderspoke Yoderspoke Yoderspoke
spoke on Farming as a a Business He Heplaced Heplaced
placed by comparison the 1 1I life < nf of tho thofarmer the thefarmer thefarmer
farmer as above all others the tradesman tradesmanI tradesmanmechanic tradesmanmechanic
I mechanic professional man or what not notand notand notand
and cited many comparisons to bear out outthis outthis outthis I
this statement He made a strong plea pleafor pleafor pleafor
for better roads saying that a farmer farmercould farmercould farmercould
with bet better better better ¬
could in no way wa Invest money
results than by using it to Improveroads improve improveroads impro e eroads
roads In talking of irrigation he said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the records would bear out the thestatement thestatement thestatement
statement that enough precipitation fellhere fell fellMlity fellhere
here to make dry farming a possibility possibilityIn Mlity Mlityin
of irrigation water there was wasmuch wasmuch
In in the Liiu use uoc vn vnmuch
much to learn Land he said was rap rapidly rapidly rapidly ¬
idly wearing out and more fertilization
was Profe ProfeClarks Professor Profossor
Livestock Industry was
The tie
sor Clarks Cl rks theme and he handled jt jturge it itwell I Iwell
well He branched off in the beginning 10 10urge t turge
should interest them themselves themseles themselves ¬
that women
urge farmers farmersIt farmerswIves farmerwIves
selves In farming either as
farmers themselves They Theymade The Themade
wIves or
made good farmers and it was a high call calling calling
He impressed his hearers with the theidea Ui UiIdea
ing and think thinkIf thiniif
idea that they must read study
successful farm farmers farmera
were to
If they v is x xers
It lliujr because men of that type would win winin wInIn wl wlIn
ers in the end Raising stock on the farm If Ifdone Ifdone I Idone
done In the right way wa meant money moneyas mono monccoming monocoming
kInds kIndsor kindof
coming In all the time Different
or stock should be raised The teed freea from froma
farm should aIW8 always S be fed on the farm farmas tarnas
doubled doubledIn doublein
Its selllng price was almost
0 0In raising oi oithe on onthe onthe
In that way Sheep Sh ep and hog
the farm In a small ma1J way WB would assured assuredly ¬
Before closing the professor en enlightened enlightened enlightened ¬
ly pay ii iire6pOflS in inresponse inrC6ponse
lightened those present pr ent on many man points
response to questions questionsPROYO questionsPROVO questionsPROVO
Provo March lW B Beers assist assistant assistant assistant ¬
ant engineer r In the United States recla reclatitle reclamation reclamation
mation service 18 here checking up tho thotitle tb tbtitle
title in the Strawberry valley valle water waterusers waterusers watousers
users contracts with the government He Hefinds Hofinds H Hfinds
finds considerable difficulty In his work workby worlby I Ib
by b reason of the th failure on the part of ofmany orman o omany
their deeds deedsThe deedsThe deedsThe
many man people pe ple to record
The first caws of a charge of selling to tobacco tobacco ¬ I Ibaeco
In InJustice InJusice ii iiJustice
bacco to minors has been brought
Justice Noons oons court cour the complaint bping bpingfiled bclngfiled keinifiled
filed by b Probation Officer S R Brown Brownagainst Brownagainst Browiagainst
against Francis Hedquist Mr Hedqulst Hedqulstwill HedquistwlU Iledtiulswill
will plead Saturday SaturdayC
C W V Barnes Bam s of this city learned the theprinting theprinting th thprinting
printing business busln with 1tl1 Walter S Moss Mosswhose Mosswhose
whose death was announced In today todayHerald todays todaysHerald todaY1Herald
Herald when Mr Moss was conducting conductingthe conductinithe
the Roseburg Oregon Independent from
1814 to 1876 Mr Barnes tells many intereating inter interesting Interesting ¬
esting stories of the career of Mr Moss Mosses MossES MonCs
es horse jockey theatrical circus and andIIUVVOJjeLjJcl andnewspaper ant antnewspaper
man and speaks of the de dec doceased
IIUVVOJjeLjJcl newspaper mo ov r rceased
ceased c ased In the highest terms fully full endors endorsing endorsIng endorsIng ¬
ing all the good that was as said of him in inThe inThe Ii IiThe
The Herald and adding to the enconl enconlun enconlUIDS enconiurns
un urns UIDSCit urnsCity > s sCity
City Cit Recorder Shelley of American Fork Forkhas Forkhas Forlhas
has forwarded seventynine deeds for forstreets forstreets to tostreets
streets and other property deeded to the thecity theclt tb tbcity
city clt to County Count Recorder Jones for record recording reoordIn ¬
ing In
District Dlslrict Attorney Melville of the Fifth Fifthdistrict Fifthdistrict Fifthdistrict
district and Attorner Sheriff Sher ft Whitehead of Jualare Juab Juabare Jmlbare
are here today Interviewing witnesses In Inthe Inthe Ii Iithe
the Parsons assault case to be heard In InNephl InNephl It ItNephi
Nephl this week weekTh weekThe weekThit
Th The eightyfifth birthday anniversary of ofMrs ofMrs 0 0Mrs
Mrs Joseph Walton was celebrated by bygathering a agathering agathering
gathering of relatives and friends at the theladys theJadys thtladys
ladys home In Alpine Tuesday TuesdayA TU Sday SdayA
A bazaar conducted by the ladies of Al Alpine Alpine Alpine ¬
pine for three days last week resulted In Inbeing it itZ0
260 Z0 being raised for the meeting houstfund house housefund housefund
fund fundThe fundThe fundThe
The Alpine people or some of them are aretrying arctrying an antrying
trying hard to g gt t waterworks A pro proposition proposition proposition ¬
position to bond for the purpose has been beenvoted beenvoted beet beetvoted
voted down but those th05 In favor of the Im Improvement 1mprovfment 3mprovement ¬
provement will try again II gel n The people are areunable arcunab artunbl
unable unab to get wells wel and the water In the thedltchis thedltchs thtditehes
dltchis Is generally in an insanitary con condition condillon condition ¬
dition on account a < count of J the lance number of ofstock ofstock 0 0stock
stock which is constantly M > befouling the thestreams thestreams tlustreams
streams streamsThe streamsThe streamsThe
The question of whether xvoman oman Is men mentally mentally menally ¬
tally Inferior to man debated Tuesday Tuesdayevening rucsda rucsdaevening rizesda3evening
evening by the Forum debating club was wasdecided wasdccidld weudecided
decided by a vote te of the audience in fa favor favor a avar ¬
vor of women after hearing arguments argumentsfor
for the men by 1 E Roberts and Mr Pchrson Pehr Pehrson Pehrson
son and for ths th woman by Miss Adams Adamsand Adamsand Adaunand
and Mr Irving Lames predominated In Inthe Inthe ir irthe
the audience and the vote failed to con convince convince conitiee ¬
vince itiee some of the men menFish menFish menFish
Fish and Game Warden Sharp is hero herotoday herotoday heretoday I
today on sin official trip looking after the thewelfare theweJfarp th thve1fare
welfare of the finny fll1n tribe in Utah county countyProfessor countvProCessor countyProfessor
Professor John M Mills of the L D Dintversity S Suniversity Suniversity
university lecture < i in the First ward ard last lasti lastcvnln lasivenlng
i eveninjr cvnln on The Book of Mormon This Thismorning Thismorning Thitrsorning
morning he spoke to tin th student body bod at atthe attbp atLite
the Brigham Young university universityThe unlversIt3Thp universityThe
The case ase of Sprmgville vs Mrs Wil William V9ilam 11 11lIam ¬
liam Konold which has been b n heard in inpart Inpart inrt
part rt In the Fourth district lstrl t court courti1 ims imsbeen ha haieen 8 8been
been ieen continued for ot another setting till tillMarch tiUMarch tilllarcli
March 5William 5 5William 5William
William Bawden vs R G W R It R RCo RCo IIo
Co o has been postponed post ned to April 16 16Th 16Th 16The
Th The trout are beginning to go up the thestreams thestreams theItrearns
streams from the lake to the spawning spawninggrounds spa spawningfrounds ntnJ ntnJground
grounds Ir the canyons and County Fish Fishand Fishand Fishmd
and Game Warden Jones is using his hl beat beatefforts bestetrortc boattfforts
efforts to have all obstructions to theirtee their theirfiee theirfIee
fiee tee passage passa p to the mountain waters re removed removed renoved ¬
moved He visited the Tellurlde Power Powercompanys Powercompanvs PowerornpanYs
companys plant in Provo canyon this thisweek thIsweek thisveek
week and found fou 1d that no water was run running running nunting ¬
ning in the fishway constructed to let the thetrout thetrout therout
trout nags the companys dam Mr Jones Jonessays Jonessays Jonesays
says ays that other streams In the county count and andstate an anstate andtate
state are In similar condition con ltlon or has hasother hasother hasthcr
other thcr obstacles to the mlsrratlon of tho thotrout thotrou therout
trout and has reported the matter tbrlsh tb tbFish tbFish
Fish and Game Commissioner Sharp SharpCALIFORNIA SharpCALIFORNIA SharpCALIFORNIA
Colonist rate of 52500 to San Fran Francisco Francisco Franisco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints IntermedIatepoints intermediateioints
points via the Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West 17cVest
West 2nd South Phones 1986 1986EXPERT 1986EXPERT 1986EXPERT
Not the cheapest but the best bestIHarry bestHarry bestlarry
Harry larry Shipler Shi lcr Commercial Photogra Photographer Rhotogrner ¬
pher er 151 Main St Both phones vi ones
Could Easily Have ExtinguisheBlaze Extinguished ExtinguishedBlaze
Blaze but Became Panic PanicStricken PanicStricken PanicStripken
Stripken StripkenLogan Stricken StrickenLogan StrickenLogan
Logan Feb 28 8Flre Fire destroyed the thehome th thhaute I Ihome
home of a himplemlnded resident of the theSixth th thSixth i iSixth
Sixth wrrr5 w wr rr named August Hedtn latt lattnight la hat hatught t ttight
night Tills 1 lJI5 m Jn4 inr < n resided alone his hismother hi himother
mother having 11an died rfcartly rrletU and while whilehe While11e whilhe I
he wa was cooltng supper iaut night some somenss Slmn scmrtus
nss n lying L L < he stove cuujut fire Tno Tnoman Tn Tnman i iman
man was Yas terrorized by b the tlsi sight ht of r the theflatn Ui Uiflautes
flatttps flatn < sv svand and Instead n tead of trylnjy trIJ1 to put them themout th thei theiOut JtI JtIout
out a thing he could easily have done donehe donehe damhe 1
he ran outside ou ldo wringing his hands and andcrying andCring an ancrying
crying Before help arrived the beeshad house househad househad
had been gutted guttedJudge guttedJudge guttedJudge
Judge Maughan has handed down downdecision ar ardecision ael
decision in the case of Joseph S Peterson Petersonvs Petersovs I Ivs
vs Clara J r and Hyrum Peterson find findIng fInding finding
Ing in favor of the defendant on all allpoints allpoints a apoints
points Involved The T e plaintiff who Is Isbrother a abrother abrother
brother of the defendant Hyrum Peterson Peter Peterson Peterson ¬
son alleged that he entered into a con contract contract contract ¬
tract with the defendants whereby they theyagreed theyagreed the theagreed
agreed to give him title to their hornfor home homefor homefor
for 51000 IOOQ 100 of which ho paid to Hy Hyrum liJrum flyrum ¬
rum Peterson the remainder to be paid paidin paidIn pal palin
in Installments of HO per month monthThen monthThen monthThen
Then he rented the place back to them themcompelllng theircompelling t tcompelling
compelling them to pay 8 per month monthand monthand monthand
and the taxes for It so the place was waspaying waspaying wa wapaying
paying for Itself All the business was wasdone wasdone va vadone
done by the two brothers and Hyrums Hyrumswife Hynlmswife Hyrumwife
wife was ignorant of most of the trans transactions transactions tramactions
actions She finally secured a divorcand divorce dlvorcand 1 1and
and her husband then sought to aid his hisbrother hi hibrother I Ibrother
brother In securing the title to his erst erstwhile eratwhile j jwhile
while wifes home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The case attracted much attention here hereas hereas hereas
as all the parties are well known Judge JudgeMaughan JudgeMaughan Judgislaughan
Maughan held with Mrs Peterson on onevery one 0 0every
every e ery point and told the plaintiff that I Ihe If Ifhe ithe
he paid out any money on the contract contractto
to sue the man to whom he gave it itFuneral ItFunerd ItFuneral
Funeral services over the remains o oMrs of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Ingeborg R Pedersen were held In Inthe Inth ii iithe
the th Sixth ward meeting house yesterda yesterdayafternoon yesterdaalernoon yesterdaafternoon
afternoon The deceased d cea8ed was highly hIgh re respected respected respected ¬
spected and a great throng attended the theservices th thservices thservices
services Addresses of a eulogistic char character clintacter j jacter
acter were made by Anthon Anderson AndersonJohn AndersonJohn i iJohn
John H Anderson A L Skanchy T AThoresen A AThorosen AThoresen
Thoresen C C Jensen William Athay AthayW Atha AthaYo Athayv
W Yo v G Danielson and H A Pedersen PedersenAMERICAN PedersonAM PodersetiAMERICAN
American Fork > March 1 IMarch March 1ms lIassurelY ha haturely j jsurely
surely come in like a lion in this part partof partot par parDf
of the state It has been snowing and andblowing Budblowing ani aniblowing
blowing since yesterday afternoon giving givingus giviniIts
us one of the most severe storms In the thpwinter th thwinter i iwinter
winter snow being drifted to a depth of ofthree i ithree
three feet In places placesE j jE
E E Buster representing the Hast H Hastings t tings I Iings
ings Industrial company com pan of Chicago Is 1 1In j jIn
In town for the th purpose of organizing organizingompany a acompany i icompany
company to build a combined canning fac factory f ftorv factory ¬
tory In our city He met with the boart boardof boartor boartf
of f governors governors of or the Commercial Commercialclub club yes yesterday yesLorday eg egterday
terday and after explaining to them the theplans thpplans tb tbplans
plans and cost etc received their lieart liearttudorsement hearty heartyendorsement lleurtyendorsement
endorsement of the proposition The plan planas plantas planIs
as outlined when completed will cost SOtnd S90ft S90ftand 890and
and would have a capacity large enouglto enough enoughto
to handle all the surplus fruit vegetables vegetablesetc
etc that are raised In this vicinity Mr MrBusters MrBusters MrBusters
Busters plan is to solicit subscriptions subscriptionsfor
for stock until he has enough stock sub subscribed Buhscribed sulicribed ¬
scribed for to cover over the cost of building buildingand buildingand buIldin buIldinuid
and installing the plant Then his com company company cornany ¬
pany any will build and equip the factory and andturn andturn ant antturn
turn It over o er to the stockholders The Th > en enterprlse pntcrprise enLerpnise
terprlse is meeting with success and it itis ItIs I IIs
is thought that Mr lo r Buster will 111 obtalinough obtain obtainenough obtllnenough
enough subscribers to insure the Install Installing InstallIng Installlag ¬
ing of the plant plantGordon plantGordon plantGordon
Gordon H Place was In American Fork Forkyesterday Forkyesterday Forlyesterday
yesterday In the Interest of the uGet Get Ac Acquainted A Aquainted Acinainted ¬
quainted excursion to N Ncplll phi of tho thoManufacturers th thanufacturers thtiitanufacturers
Manufacturers Merchants association associationdf assoela tint tintf
df f Utah which will be run from Salt SaltLake SnitLake SalLake
Lake City next Wednesday They reach reachAmerican reachAmerican readnierican
American Fork at 1006 a m and take takeIn takeIn takin
In n the town for thirty minutes Arrangefonts Arrange Arrangements Arrangements ¬
ments are being beln made by the Commercial Commercialclub Commercialctub CommerciaIub
club Iub to entertain then royally during their theirbrief theirbrief thourief
brief rief stay here quite a number of Amercan Amer American Amtrlean ¬
lean can Fork citizens will accompany ccompan the theexcursion th thexcursion thtxeurslon
excursion to Nephl NephlThe NephlTbe NephiThe
The annual reunion and picnic party of oftlio ortho o oho
tlio ho Black Hawk Indian War Veterans Veteransat Veterantt
at tt the Apollo hall Tuesday night was wasrand a agrand agrand
grand rand social success suece There were about
400 00 present from this end of the county countyGenuine countyGenune countylenulno
Genuine old time dancing was engaged engagedIn engage engagea
In a until ltM p m when refreshments refreshmentswere refreshmenttvere
were served after gft > r which w1 ch dancing was reumed re resumed resumed ¬
sumed and continued until a late hour hourB
B 3 Y Greenwood and R B King were wereappointed werappointed wertLppolnted
appointed delegates deleG tes to attend the con convention conv COnretition ¬
vention v ntion at Provo next Mbnday at which whichconvention whichconvention whictonvention
convention it will be decided at what whatplace whatpla whaidace
place pla dace e in the state the regular annual en encampment cncampment enampment ¬
campment will be held this year Com Commander Commander Coinnander ¬
mander In Chief J W V Westwood of ofSprlngvllle ofSprlngvlUe 01 01pringvihle
Sprlngvllle was present at the party partyBorn partyBorn partyBorn
Born to Mr and Mrs Albert Berke ol olhe of ofthe ofthe
the he Fourth ward Tuesday a bouncing bouncingbaby bouncingbabY bouncin bouncinntby
baby boy Mother and babe doing nice nicely 1lcebe niceMrs ¬
ly lyMrs Mrs Irs Martha McTage and Mrs L M MStorrs 1 1torrs r rStorrs
Storrs torrs went to Sprlngville yesterday estcrda to toattend toattend te teLttefld
attend a birthday party In honor of the the6Gth lhe66lh th th6tl
6Gth 6tl birthday of their sister Mrs r5 Har Harriet HarrIet Hanlet ¬
riet let Leo of that place placeJ
J J Jackson Jacks m is again confined to his hishome hishome hitome
home ome with a severe attack of rheumatism rheumatismthis rhoumatlsmthis
this being the third attack Mr ir Jackson Jacksonhas Jacksortaa I Ihas
has taa had tills winter winterDr winterDr
Dr Tolhurst Dentist DentistlO
210 lO Templeton Building BuildingPACKERS BuildingPACKERS BuildingPACKERS
Chicago March 1 ISpecial Special Agent Du Durand Durand Duand
rand was on the stand all day In the thepackers thepackers theackers
packers ackers case and when court ended endedfor endedfor ende endeor
for or the day his direct examination had hadnot hadnot hadlot
not lot been finished His Hi testimony re related related reated ¬
lated to the conversations that he had hadheld hadhold lundtold
held with members of the various variouspacking variouspacking varioutachiing
packing firms and these did not differ differmaterially differmaterially diffetnaterially
materially from those related by Com Commissioner Commissioner Cornnissioner ¬
missioner Garfield GarfloldWHAT GarfioldWHAT GarfieldWHAT
The Origin of the Name NameIn
In Hungary in the 15th Century Centurythere Centurythere Centuryhere
there lived a wonderful man mana a great greatsoldier grcatsoldier greatoldier
soldier and wise statesman statesmanwho who was wasprincipally waSprincipally wattrincipally
principally instrumental in driving drivingback drivingb drivirz drivirztack
back b ck the Unspeakable Turk and andkeeping andlteeplng andeeping
keeping him out of Hungary at the theperiod theperIod theerlod
period erlod when bands of these marauders marauderswere maraudersrere
were ravaging most of Europe By Byhis Byhis ByIs
his Is victories In war and peace this thisman thl thlsan
man endeared himself to the pejple pejpleand peJpleand peplend
and nd gained a great and nd permanent permanentplace permanentplaco permanentlaco
place laco In the Nations history His Hisname Hisname Hisnine
name was HUNYADI JANOS or John JohnHunyadi JohnHunyadl Johnlunyadi
Hunyadi as it would be in English EnglishTo
To 0 the present day da in the affections affectionsof
of f all Hungarians he holds the place placeof placeof placef
of f one of their greatest national nationalHeroes natIonalHeroes nationalleroes
Heroes Is it strange then that they theyshould theys theyhould
should s ould wish to give this honored honoredname honorednama honorednine
name nine to one of their most wonderful wonderfulnatural wonderfulnatural wonderfulatural
natural products productsthe the famous Mineral MineralLaxative MineralLaxative Mineralaxative
Laxative Water from the Springs at atBuda atBuda atluda
Buda luda Pest The unfailing value ofiis of ofthis ofthis
this iis water as a sure and gentle Nat Natural Natural Natal ¬
ural al Laxative has gained for it a aworld aworld aorld
world orld wide reputation greater evenian even eventhan eventhan
than ian that enjoyed by old John Hun Hunyadi lIunyadl Hunadi ¬
yadi adi in Hungary A bottle costs but buta buttrifle
a trifle and contains many doses Oneose One Onedose Onedose
dose ose half a tumblerful drunk on onarising onarIsIng onrising
arising slightly warmed for best re results results relts ¬
sults lts will within an hour move theowels the thebowels thebowels
bowels gently but copiously At t all allDruggists 1111Druggists alliruggIStt3
Druggists Ask for It by the full fullname fullnameHUNY fullameHUNYADI
Clayton illsict illsictLeading Music Go GoLeading CoLeading
Leading Music M usia Dealers
Consults A APhysician T 1it But does doNOT doNOTPhysician NOT
Physician Tell Him AllJq Alt AltFew
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Few women omen confide fully In Ina Ina InS Ina
S a physician physicf n They simply simplywill slmp1ywill I Iwill
will not tell him all Thats Thatswhy Thatswhy I Iwhy
why many doctors fall to tocure tocure
1 cure female diseases diseasesEvery diseasesEvery r rEvery
Every woman dreads the ordeal of the physicians consulting room roomA roomA roomA
A sensitive refined Woman roman shrinks from the searching questions andthe and andthe andthe
the physical examinatiorU examinatiorUIt
It is not so in writing to Mrs Pinkham I Thousands of women womenowe womenI womenowe womenowe
owe their present health and happiness yes and their good looks lookstoo lookstoo lookstoo
too to the fact that they have told all their physical troubles to Mrs MrsPinkham MrsPinkham MrsPinkham
Pinkham and followed her advice and been cured of female diseasesLydia diseases diseasesCures diseasesLydi
Lydi Lydia rPinkhams EPinkhamsvegetable VegetabteCompound VegetabteCompoundCures Compound CompoundCurea
Cures more women every year than any other medicine In the world If you are Indoubt In Indoubt Indoubt
doubt about your case write in perfect confidence conffde ce to Mrs Pinkham Lynn Mass You Youwill YouwiJI Youwill
will receive In reply a personal letter of advice free Mrs Pinkham is daughterInlav daughterInlavof
of Lydia E Pinkham and for twentyfive years under her direction and since her herdecease herdecease herdecease
decease she has been advising sick women free of charge chargeDEAR chargeDEAR chargeDa
DEAR MRS PWKHAM PfNKHAMFor For three months I was sick in befl be with female troubln troublnand troublnand trotibinand
and had four dofttors do tors who all agreed that I must undergo an operation My sister sisteradvised sisteradvised sisteradvised
advised me to try Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound before I submitted to anoperation an anoperation anoperation
operation I did so and am very glad to say that after I had used five bottles I was wasrestored wcurestored wanrestored
restored to perfect health which I have enjoyed ever since I am only too glad to torecommend torecommend torecommend
recommend your medicines as they saved me from an operation which might have haveproved bavoproved haveproved
proved fatal MRS M KUTTNER
556 South Main St Lo Los Angeles GalMrs Gal GalMrs 01MrS
Mrs Hayes also profited by Mrs Pinkhams adviceDEalt advice adviceDEAR adviceDEAR
DEAR MRS PJNKHAM Sometime Sometl te ago go 1 wrote you describing my symptoms symptomsfibroid symptomsfibroid symptomsfibroid
fibroid tumor and asked your advice You replied and I followed all your directions directionscarefully directionsc21efu11y directionscarefully
carefully and today am a a well woman
22 Rugglca Rl1g la St Roxbury Mws MRS E Eo F HAYES HAYESLydia HAY1SI HAY1SLydia HAvasLydia
Lydia E Eo Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail FailBring Fail1rI FallBring
Bring the Boys Here HereWhen
Some of our suit prices are 250 300 400 500 600 700 800 800We 800We 8OOWe
We can please you youThen youThen youThen
Then there are large lines of Shirts Waists Hats Stockings EtcLEADING Etc EtcLEADING EtcI
And to do It right you must of neces necessity necessity necessity ¬
sity have some of the celebrated celebratedPeerless celebratedreerless celebratedreerkss
Peerless Cough Drops Drops5cand Drops5cand
5cand 50 lOc lOcper per Box BoxWe BoxWe BoxVa
We Va have also tho finest Horehound HorehoundCandy HorehoundCandy HorehoundCandy
Candy ever produced at 40c per pound poundGet poundGet poundGet
Get lOc worth Itll do you good goodWe goodVe goodWe
We Ve always keep a fine stock of wines wtncsand winesand winesand
and liquors on hand for medicinal purposes pur purposes purposes ¬
poses posesA posesA posesA
A C SMITH The Old Reliable ReliableDruggist ReliableDruggist ReliableDruggist
Druggist 142 Main St StI StI StTIiiitia
TIiiitia I Will ill Guarantee GuaranteeFIRST ra n1iE n1iEFIRST
Make SpIing Datings DatingsHamlin Datingsarnlin DatingsIlamlili
Hamlin Paints PaintsBOTH
French dry clean 1 A mod modera moderaleanlng moderacleaning r rand
cleaning and dyeing shop for ladiM ladiMand ladieVsfld
and jcentlemen a garments garmentsPADMIE1S j annerttsP rment rmentPAUMiES
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