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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY SEPT 30 1909
FLIES DANGEROUS DANGEROUSFOES
FOES TO HUMANS HUMANSProf
Prof John Z Brown Says Dis Diseases Diseases
eases Will Continue Until UntilPests UntilPests
Pests Are Killed KilleJohn KilledJohn
John Z Brown 888lstant professor of ofhysloIocY ofIhysiology
+ hysloIocY and hygiene at the Unlver UnlverRity University
Rity of Utah delivered a lecture Wednea Wedneaday ednes ednesday
day afternoon to the normal students on onThe onThe
The Relation of the Fly to the Spread Spreadof I
of Dl Disease ea Professor Drown described deacribedthe
I Itl
tl the various kinclll of fiietl the way they theybreed theybreed
breed and carry di8eaae He then spoke spokeof
of Jlr precaution precautionEvery utlona utlonaj
Every j < very case of typhoid said Professor Professorw > r rBroV1I
w brown come from some previous case caseThe caseThe
The idea of the spontaneous disease has hasn hasteen
teen < n done one away with by the strides in inbatrlology inbat
bat batrlology terlology A8 18 welt known typhoid typhoidIs
1 Is most prevalent In the fait of the year yearor ear earClI
ClI during fiytlme and practically ceases ceasesutter
Her 1 cold weather sets In and kills the theli the1i
li Germs can be killed by boiling boilingI
d1 I eking water and by sterilizing milk milkIf
If all flies were d destroyed in a community rom romrJlunit
rJlunit munity typhoid fever would almost beunknown be ben
unknown n The heat of the body is 3rr 3rrd 321 321tqres
d tqres reea centigrade Ink can be pasteur pasteurjz
jz d 1 at from tiO to 70 degrees and sterilized sterilizedT
T H np degrees degreesHeslds degreessides
Heslds sides contamination through milk milka milkanti
anti a II water the disease Is quick spread lipreadj
j In flies crawling on food Who ho knows knowsiollt
hilt a fi fly may have been wading in refu refuI refuse refuseleave
I lEave the germs on the food A fly flyning flycorning
corning ning from a sick room may crawl In InlIds inihulds
ihulds lIds mouth and the next minute minuteririads
1 ririads iads of germs loa may be taken into the thedy theode
ode dy by the tongue coming In contact contactWlti contactvith
Wlti the germs germsihere rms rmsIhere
Ihere are several kinds of flies among amongwlJidl amongu
u wlJidl hieh are the common housefly the blue blueule blueI
I ule or blow fI fly and the small stable stableOf
1 i it Of these th the stable fi fly Is the only onlythat
t a that bites The others suck and lap lapt lapleir
t Ii leir < ir food A nv never grows after It ItI itIS
I a IS s secured Its wings The small flies we wes
1 s in a house are not small houseflies housefliesbllt
but stable flies fliesTh fliesThe
Th fiy earries arrle germs rms In the hairs on onIt onI
It I lugs gs head and bod body Diseases which whichfI whichfly
fly fI y is moat apt to spread ar are typhoid typhoidihoiera typholctIra
ihoiera Ira tuberculosis and dysentery In Inrnt Inr
rnt r nt experiments flies were allowed to towlIk towalk
walk in tuberculosis sputum and were were1h
1h n walked > d over cultures The cultures cultUreKthen culturesore
ore then incubated and In less than thantwntvfour thantw
twntvfour tw ntvfour hours the cultures were co coIod eov eovc
c Iod t l with Ith mYriads of tuberculosis bacillus bacillusutomob bacilluss
Automobiles utomob lel and fewer horses in a city citywhat
s i iAutomobiles what lessen les en the chances for typhoid typhoidt
I t the he files hlch h + ych their young In stable stableTrll stabler
Trll r ruse e The s same mf war which has been betanaile beenWade
Wade on the larva of the mOSQuito which whkhIprad whichspr
Iprad spr ad thE yellow fever will have to be bemad bemade
mad on files filesSTATE filesSTATE
s filess
STATE OFFICIALS MOVE MOVEQuarters MOVEQuarters
Quarters Vacated Will Make Room Reomf Roomfor
f for r Juvenile Court CourtTwo CourtTwo
Two more state offices have moved moved111t movedout
out of the city and count county building building1psterday buildingYesterday
Yesterday the office furniture and ree reeortis recor
ortis or + ls of the state food and dairy com commissioner commissioner
missioner Villard Hansen and the thestate thestate
state coal mine Inspector J E Pettit Pettitere
ere taken to room 501 Dooly block blockt1f blocktIc
tIc new offi office e of these two state oftii of of1idals
1idals tii ials They expect to remain there thereuntil thereuntil
until the building of a state capitolTheir capitol capitolTheir
Their removal will make room for the thejuvpnllp thejuvenile
juvenile court and work will start im immedlatel immediately
medlatel to equip the vacated rooms roomsfr roomsfr
fr the court The juvenilE court has hasbfn hasb
bfn b > en moved from one placE to another anotherIn
< In n rxpf xpert > t to fl better rvlrk n k in pr prr pi r rr
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Cleanses ne System 8ysemtSfecty SystemE
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Dispels CO colds s 0 and lIeo headaches headachesdticko Q eS eSue
dticko ue 0 CCS1oXQn CCS1oXQnA Cottstl oX ovt ovtActs
A Acts s aaturaly n tv oc actsy roy ru as asa OJ OJL
a L La3CA ve lVeBest veBe8SO
Be8SO Best or I eWomcn Q i1illd i1illdrest C CyO
rest yO own and o O OTo Old OldTo
To e et Vs 5 bene eCSct cia1 elf eSSes eSSesawYs cots cotsalways
always buy > y the e Qenuines Qenuinesmanufactured Gel Gelmatuf
matuf manufactured cured by the theCALIFORNIA theFto
CALIFORNIA CALIFORNIAriG
riG SYRUP Co CoSOLD CoSOLD
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS DRUGGISTSone
one size only re regular ular price sot 5Oper per bottle boUleWOOL bottleNOOL
WOOL GROWERS GROWRStXPfCT GROWERSEXPECTCROWDS
tXPfCT EXPECTCROWDS EXPECTCROWDSTheir CROWDS CROWDSTheir
Their Convention With State StateFair StateFair
Fair Will Bring in the theFlockmasters theFlockmasters
Flockmasters FlockmastersMembers
Members of the state board of sheep sheeprommt sheepcommissioners
commissioners rommt sloners the Utah Wool 001 Growers Growersauoclatlon Growersassociation
association the bureau of animal indus 10008try industry
try and other officials of the state and andKo andgovernment
Ko government ernment are working to make the themeeting themeeting
meeting of the Utah sheepmen next Ion Monday Ionday
day an interesting one Dr F E Ilur Murray Ilurra
ra ray inspector in the bureau of animal in indu industry
du dustry try and Dr A C Young state vet veterinarian veterinarlan
erinarian are among the speakers on the theprogram theprogram
program programOn
On account of next week being state statefair statefair
fair and conference week an unusually unulluallylar unusuallylarge
lar large attendance if expected A commodi commodious
ous hall will have to be hired hiredc
t c B Stewart secretary of the State StateWool StateWool
Wool Growers as association has turned turnedOVEr turnedover
OVEr to Dr Murray Ilurra the m mouth uth of R lamb lambaffected lambaffected
affected with what Is supposed to be only onlySOrE onlysore
SOrE mouth Dr Murray sent It to toashington toWashington
Washington here It wilt Ill be subjected subjectedto
to a microscopic examination to ascertain ascertainIf
If f It is lip and le leg disease Among Amongabout Amongabout
about 1j 1700 lambs In the flock from which whichthis whichthis
this sample was taken it was found that thatabout thatabout
about twenty were similarly affected The Thesheep Thesheep
sheep will ill be kept on the range near Ev Evanston Evanston
anston Wyo until the nature of the ail ailment aliment
ment Is learned learnedShlpm learnedShipments
Shlpm Shipments nt8 of sheep going out are quite quiteheavy quiteheavy
heavy Prices on the stock are fairl fairlgood fairly fairlygood
good
EPIDEMIC OF CHOLERA CHOLERASeoul
Seoul Korea Sept ICholera has be beeome become
come epl epidemic etnic tiers more than 00 casehaving case CIISPhaving <
having been reported since the disease diseasemade diseasemade
made Its appearance In this city Thus Thusfar Thusfar
far no foreigners have been attacked The Tlttuthontit Thecuthor
cuthor uthontit + titS s are sparing ntlth neither > r mon money
111 wl work k to HOp tl1 progress of th disease dis disCSf
ease
i COURT REFUSES RHUSSA
A CONTINUANCE GONTINUANCProprietors
Proprietors of the Indianapolis IndianapolisNews
News Must Be Tried or orDischarged orDischarged
Discharged DischargedIndianapolis DischargedIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind Sept 29Judge 29JudgeAndefSoOn 29JudgeAnderson
Anderson of the United States district districtcourt districtcourt
court today refused to regrant the plea pleaof I Iof
of the government for a recontinuance recontinuanceof
of the he hearing rlng of Delavan Smith and andCharles andCharles
Charles R Williams proprietors of the theIndianapolis theIndianapolis
Indianapolis News who are charged chargedwith chargedwith
with criminal libel in having published publishedarticles publishedarticles
articles alleged to Intimate that there therewas therewas
was corruption In the sale of the Pan Panama Panama
ama canal zone to the United States StatesThe StatesThe
The hearing will be resumed before beforeJudge beforeJudge
Judge Anderson on Oct 11 Judge An Anderson Anderson
derson said today that the defendants defendantseither defendantseither
either should have their hearing or be bedischarged bedischarged
discharged He said the matter had hadbeen hadbeen
been long delayed by the government governmentThe
The district court now Is to determine determinewhither determinewhether
whither or not the they shall be removed to toWashington toWashington
Washington for trial trialMONEY trialMONEY
MONEY FOR FORUVING LIVING FLAG FLAGSubscriptions FLAGSubscriptions
Subscriptions Are Solicited to Pay the theExpense theExpense
Expense of the Flag Stand Standfor Standfor
for Taft TaftRequests TaftRequests
Requests for contributions to defrll defrllthe defray defraythe
the expense for the production of the theliving theliving
living flag during the visit of President PresidentVllliam PresidentWilliam
Vllliam H Taft last Sunday arc being beingmailed beingnailed
mailed throughout the clt city In the theface theface
face of the public demand for the flag flagthe flagthe
the committee was met with the thefact thefact
fact that there were ere no funds In the thetreasury thetreasury
treasury of the Taft committee so they theysigned theysigned
signed a note for 700 for lumber and andlabor andlabor
labor for the stand on which the chil children children
dren were grouped at A and South SoulhTemple SouthTemple
Temple streets for the flag It Is with withthe withthe
the hope of haYing this note taken up
by general sub subscription criptlon that the letters lettersare
are being sent out outOne outOne
One dollar has also been contributed contributedA
A man unknown to Supervisor John S Selch SWelch
Welch elch came to him on the street and andhanded andhanded
handed him a dollar Thats at least leasta
a start In getting your money back backhe backhe
he said and passed on onThe I IThe
The members of the living fl flag g committee com committee
mittee are John S Welch elch Villlam A AIetzell AWetzell
Ietzell and Alma C Clayton Checks ChecksIn
In favor of the committee on living flag flagma flagmay
ma may be mall mailed > to room 2 203 3 city and andcounty andcounty
county building buildingJANITRESS buildingJANITRESS
JANITRESS SAYS FALL FALLCRUSHED FALLCRUSHED
CRUSHED HER LIVER LIVERIn
In the district court yesterday Annie AnnieBrodefSoOn AnnieBroderson
BrodefSoOn flied suit for 5000 damages damagesagainst damagesagainst
against Carl C Thompson and Axel AxelJohanson AxelJohanson
Johanson proprietors of the Crystal Crstalcafe Crystalcafe
cafe She avers she fell through an anopen anopen
open trapdoor in the rear of the restau restaurant restaurant
rant Aug 19 and crushed her liver IIvrThe liverThe
The injuries kept her from work a ajanitrtss as asjanitress
janitress for twenty das losing 30 In Inwages inwages
wages and she spent 25 5 for medical medicalattentirn medicalattention
attention
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The Mouthpiece Me Heans ns Cooler CoolerSmoke Coolerity
I Smoke of Better Betterg QU Quai iiiy I IMouthpie
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Mouthpie Mouhpieceo Mouhpieceoffer e CigQrettes CigQrettesoffer Crtez o
offer a delightful smoke of fine imported tobacco in the most con convenient convenient
venient and satisfactory form 1 1Sfhe
Sfhe Russian mouthpiece does away with the waste of tobacco in inI inother I
I other cigarettes and gives you a cooler cleaner and more enjoyable enjoyablesmoke enjoyablesmoke
smoke smokeIn
In Grind Duke Cigarettes you smoke all the tobaccoand the manu manufacturer manufacturer
facturer is able to give you a better qualify for your money moneyOnce moneyOnce
Once you learn the many advantages of the Mouthpiece Cigarette Cigaretteyou
you viII never be satisfied with any other cigarette cigaretteThe
The mouthpiece prevents stained fingersand no loose tobacco ever evergets evergets
gets in your mouth mouthGrand mouthGrand
Grand Duke Cigarettes are rolled in rice or mais papercrimped papercrimpednot
not pasted
1 Ocfor cor box ox of o 10 10THE r rTHE r
THE JOHN BOLLMAN CO COlfanufllcturera COAlanufacturera
lfanufllcturera San Francisco
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185600 185600RAILROAD
RAILROAD MONEY MEYWe r f fWe
We TPf recently > ntl collected about six sixmndnd s1 f fhundred
hundred doilars for John Stevens StevensI
he I railroad man who has been beenTunnlng beenrunning t
running on the Short Line from Idaho Ida Idaho
ho down to Utah for the past pa t ftfteen ftfteennr
r nr r twent twenty years lhlll money had hadb hadbeen
b been en owing to him a long time He HeloanEd Y Jl
loanEd It to a friend Not long ago agocollected agowe
we collected JSfIIf for IUlOt another anotherrailroad r rrailroad
railroad man Mr C M Carstenaett Carstenaettof CII te llel1 llel1of
of the D R G R R Co Turn In Inyour inyour
your claims and we will collect collectsome collectsome
some far you The sooner you OU turn turnthcm turnthem
them It the better c c a a3IERCHANTS r rMERCHANTS +
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MERCHANTS PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONSelentlffc
a Scientific CoU Collators ctors ot Honest Debts DebtsRooms DebtsRooms
Rooms 77 7S 8P 8 83 13 94 95 96 fT 9S 99 100 I Commercial Block DloeltSalt BlockSalt
Salt Lrke ke Cit City Utah UtahFrancIs UtahFrancis
FrancIs G Luke General neral Manager Some PerDle Dont Like Us Ust
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Looking LookingForward LookingForward
Forward ForwardSome
Some men may say Where WhereIs
Is the good of looking Into the thefuture thefuture
future for that Is only prob problematlcal problematical
lematlcal But It Is prudent prudentto
to look forward and plan for forfuture forfuture
future requirements It en enourages eneourages
i ourages economy and thrift thriftAn
An account with the Conti Continental Continental
nental National Bank makes makesthe makesthe
the depositor more prosperous
4 per cent interest paid paidOn paidOn
On savings accounts of 1 1I 1and
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CONTINENTAL CONTINENTALI CONTINENTALNational
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b o b y Take two SHRED SHREDI SHREDDED
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d koTd DED WHEAT BIS BISl
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l ti CUlTS heat them in inthe
UJ MiiiJj jli S the oven to restore restoreI restorecrispness restorecrispness
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crispness pour hot hotmilk hotmilk
milk over them add a little cream and salt to suit the taste tasteOr n nOr
Or if you dont like milk try it this way Heat two Biscuits Biscuitsin
in oven to restore crispness then dip them quickly in salt saltwater saltwater
water place a piece of butter on the Biscuit allowing it to tomelt tomelt
melt into the shreds shredsOr
Or heat the Biscuits in oven dip them in milk drain drainand drainand
and fry in butter after which they may be served with a aIi alittle
Ii little cream if desired desiredA
A little fruit makes the meal even more wholesome and adds addslittle addslittle
little to the cost Try one of these tomorrow tomorrowShredded tomorrowShredded
Shredded Wheat is made of the choicest selected white whitewheat whitewheat
wheat cleaned steamcooked and baked Try it for breakfast breakfasttomorrow breakfasttomorrow
tomorrow with milk or cream The Biscuit is also delicious deliciousfor
for any meal in combination with fresh or preserved fruits fruitsTHE fruitsTHE
THE ONLY BREAKFAST CEREAL MADE IN BISCUIT FORM FORMJ
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NIGHT RIDERS LASH LASHKENTUCKY LASHKENTUCKY
KENTUCKY FARMER FARMERParis
Paris Ky S Sept pt 29There has been a afresh afresh
fresh outbreak of night riding In the theblue theblue
blue grass countr country according to statements state statenents
nents made today b by Judge J J Os Osbvrne OsIwrne
bvrne ot C Cynthiana ntblana A tenant tin t tfarm the thefarm
farm of T J McDowell who had stead steadiatltlr steadfastly
iatltlr refused to join the pool of tobacco tobaccogrowers tobaccogrowers
growers was taken front his home last lastTItrsda lastThursday
Thursday night stripped to the waist an anglvtn and andgiven
given thirty lashes lashesSaturday lashesSaturday
Saturday night last according to Ju Judge JudgeOsborne ge geOsbornE
OsbornE a band of about fifty men rode rodeftrou rodethrougt
ftrou througt Milford a small town shooting shooUnsout
out lights and breaking ur a political politicalmeeting politicalmeeting
meeting that was as In progress progressASKS progressASKS
ASKS POSTMASTER TO TOLOCATE TOLOCATE
LOCATE HER SISTERS SISTERSl
Miss l ss Emma Vidmark of Xo 1IU 1IUThird 1414Third
Third street Minneapolis has written writtent
t to Postmaster A L Thomas In an et effort etfort
fort to obtain the addresses of her sis sisters sisters
ters Mrs Irs Hilma Sorensen and Miss MissJennie lIssJennie
Jennie Idmark with whom she lived livedIn
In this city prior to leaving Salt Lake Lakethirteen Lakethirteen
thirteen years ears ago She writes that she shehas shehas
has not heard from either sister for forseveral forseveral
several years yearsI
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I INCORPORATIONSThe INCORPORATIONS I II IThe
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The Greenhorn Mining company oC Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake filed articles of incorporation with withthe withthe
the count clerk yesterday The capital
Is 100100 In shares of 10 cents
half of which Is preferred and theother the theotller
other half common common stock and 35OOO sharps
held In the treasur treasury Officers are
Courtney president A D Hardy Hardyvice Hardyvice
vice president I E < II Neher secretary seeretaryand
and treasurer These with A IcCurtaln IcCurtalnn
n F Moss Joseph 11ahl ahl and William WilliamLambert WilliamLambert
Lambert the three last mentioned living 1IingIn
In Helper are th the directors The company companytakes oompantakes
takes over the Climax and Climax Nos
2 3 and 4 the Hustler East Extension ExtensionXos
Xos 1 and 2 Hustler West est Extensions ExtensionsNOt
NOt 1 and 2 and the White Spruce and andhlte andWhite
White hlte Spruce Nos 1 and 2 In the Ohio
district Flute count county and all val al ald
d at m mThe 26900 26900The
The DunbarRblnlOnCampbell com company company
pany of Logan a general merchandise merchandisee1labli8hm merchandiseestablishment
establishment Jt riled articles of Incorpora Incorporation
tion with the secretary of state yester yesterday ester esterday
day The company Is calltall capitalized ed at UO UOflOB 4g 4gW
flOB W 111 n shires of noo 100 each of which Ii Iishares > k kshares
shares are held In the treasury Officers Officersale
ale E V Robinson president S F Fr11IC Fslllf
r11IC vice president TI L ampbellsecretary ampbtoll ampbtollsecretary
secretary George Dunbar treasurer Ad Additional Additional
ditional dlr directors < > etors are Joseph J Hlthwell Hlthwellof
of Logan J Alma Holdawa of Provo Provoand Provoand
and Willard S Hansen of Fielding The Th4new Thenew
new company takes over the DunbarRob DunbarRobinson
inson company for 12000 the store of ofCampbeU ofCampbell
Campbell Sons company for 10000 and andJ
J J Dethells stock of merchandise val valucd 81 81ud
ud at I IMARRIAGE 1000 1000MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESZad13riah LICENSESZarhariah
Zad13riah T Butterfield and Maud MaudPag IiludPg
Pg IUyerton RivertonRirllard IUyertonRidard
Ridard Edwards and Mrs Hattie Nor NorTn Norm
m Tn n Tooele TooeleGeorw TooeleGeorge
George 1 L Johnson Leht and Jennie JenniePdrson JenniePctrson
Pdrson Pleasant Grove GroveFrlnds GroveFrancis
Francis Peterson Hunter and Olive Olhl Olivehunt
l hunt unt Pleasant GreEn GreEnAlma GreenAlma
Alma P Astle and Martha C Dutson DutsonGroyer DutsonGrover
Grover Wyo WyoREAL 0 0REAL
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSSalt
Salt Lake Security Trust company companto
to Calvin Kempf part of lot 6 6block Eblock
block 00 plat C 1VOO 1VOOChloe
Chloe J KempC et aJ to Salt Lake LakeReal LakeReal
Real Estate Title company part partor partof
or lot 6 block 110 plat C 10 10Allen toAlien
Allen T Sanford et al to E B BWicks BWicks
Wicks Jots H 15 and 16 block 10 101Ialn 10Main
Main Street addition I IPleasant 5 5Pleasant
Pleasant View Park company to toCharles toCharles
Charles W King lots 1 + and 13 13Pleasant 13Pleasant
Pleasant View Park subdivision 3IJ
W Forsha to John Fuesten Fuestenet
et aI lot 27 t block 2 Walkers sub subdivision subdivision
division 10 1oNational 10National
National Real Estate Investment Imestmentcompany Investmentcompany
company to William Dcls lots Jij 35and Jijand
and 36 Falrmont subdivision 250
Savln Savings s Bank Trust com compan company
pan pany to Edgar Carter lots lotsand 4 5 5and
and G block 11 Forest Dale 3ii
M I Wheeler et al to Rosell R RaU RWatt
Watt aU part of lot 6 block 2f plat A 1
Mortenson et ai to Maria MarlaIoench MariaMoench
Ioench part of lot 3 block 12 12plat 12plat
plat G 8000 8000Pioneer 8000a 8000Pioneer
a
Pioneer Roofing RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnished
Furnished laid and guaranteed bJ bJLAMBERT byLAMBERT
LAMBERT PAPER Co CoCard COCard
Card of Thanks ThanksWe
We wish to thank our many friends In InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake and Bingham Canyon for the thekindness thekindness
kindness shown us during the death of
beloved baby Also for the beau beautiful beautiful
tiful floral offerings and everyone who whoassisted whoassisted
assisted us in any way waysigned wa waSigned
Signed SignedMR
MR A AND D IRS lIINTYRE lIINTYREBuy
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Buy one piece of Piper Heldsleck to tobaf to tobacco
baf and you will understand wh why It Iti itIs
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THE AMERICAN YACHTSMAN YACHTSMANNo
No better type of man exists on the face of the earth than the American yachtsman yachtsmanSince yachtsmanSince
Since 1851 the supremacy of American sailors and yacht designers h has s never been beenseriously beenseriously
seriously riousl endangered on either fresh or salt waterWhen water waterVhen
When devotees of y yachting chting gather to toast each otherno beer ioj i half so o popular as asBudweiser asr asThe
Budweiser BudweiserThe r
The Kin King of All Il Bottled Beers BeersIt
It has a bunk aboard every yacht It puts a tang in the blood that tingles t like an anocean anocean
ocean breeze It is pure and clean as the foam on a whitecap It is is cool and refreshing refreshingas
as a dip in the sea on a summer day dayCAUTION dayCAUTION
CAUTION To guard against deception and sub substitution titution He that thatthe thatth
the th corks are branded uBudwciser and that the If Crown Caps Capsbear Capsbear
bear the A and Eagle trademark trademarkBottled trademarkBottled
Bottled Only at the jfr OLSON LYTLE CO INC
AnheuserBuschBrewery AnheuserBusch Brewery t tSt Distributors DistributorsSt
St Louis U S A Both Phonea 382P 0 Bits 781 781CORKED 781CORKED
CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHu UTAHSpecial
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Vc e have an Ullusuan lalgc stock of Bibles Ye V e are oycr oycrstocltcd o1 e1
stocltcd stoc l > ed with ie ith sonic i styles These eye w1I1 HI bc sold at 8IJcciall sperJ1a11loin T TloT
loT prices luring Confcrcncc S eel l oulltail1 Pens a aspecial as1
special s1 eehIl at SOc during week celt of f October 3Deseret 3 3Deseret =
Deseret Sunday School Union Book Store StoreThe
The Mail OrderBookHouseoftheVesl44ESo Order Book House of the West 44 E So Temple St Salt Lake City
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