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I EJ Aliss Gannon, Scc'y Detroit VU
f Amateur Art Association, tells ; young women what to do to j avoid pain and suffering caused 'j by female troubles. i " Dn.n Mits. Pi.vkiiam: I can con- i Bclcntlonsly rccoinnionil Lyiliu 12. ?, IMiilcIinm's Vcjrcialilo Compound I to thoso of my slt,tcrs suCcrlnjr with i! female weakness nad the troubles fj which bo often befall women. I suf- 1 fcrcd for months with pencral weak ness, and felt to weary that I had hard work to keep up. I had shooting pal no, and was utterly miserable. In my dis tress I was advised to ur .Lydlri 13. Pinkham's VcsclaMo Com i pound, and it was a red letter day to K mo when I took t'.io first doue, for at ; that timo my restoration began. In bIx weeks I was a changed woman, I perfectly well in every respect- I felt bo elated and happy that I want all women who suffer to got well as I did." f Miss Ouila. Oasnon, 359 Jones St., , Detroit, Mich., Secretary Amateur Art i Association, ssooo forfeit If ordinal of abcua i utter f roving jenulnenest tantot be produced. i ' When ono considers ihat Miss i Gannon's letter is only one of tho countless hundreds -which -vo aro continually publishing in tho news papers of this country, tho great virtu j of Mrs. Pinkham's medicine- must bo admitted by all. 50,000 mmmm j WERE WELCOMED TO W$Mi Western I mM Canada , DURING LAST YEAR. I They aro settled and settling on the Grain and I Grazing I.andi. and ara prosperous and satisfied. 1 .. slr,w,"rd Laurler recently saldi "A new star J, baa rUenon the hotUon, and it Is toward it that J every Immigrant who leave tho land or hit anccs- 1 ton to coma and seek a homo for himself now i turns Ms gaze" Canjda. There li Room for MHIIons. ' niKK IlnmostcuiH bIcii lurity. Schools, Ohurclii'S, IUIlutij', .MnrKeU, Cllmato, over) thing to lio desired. i For a descriptlvo Atlas and other Information, I apply to Superintendent Immigration. Ottnwn, Can- oda. or authorized Canallinii Government Agent UKNI. DAVILS. KOOM 6. DUNN HLOCK. CI'.N- TKAL AVBNUi!. GKliAT FALLS MONTANA 1 - - 13Sv Hlpani Talinlei are tho bct djr- iHBwr pepiia uicdltliio eter mude. A wrffJfii hundred milium uf them hato V jfif,k 'old In Iho United Sutei In lZK&AKyy slnglo year. Comilnailiin, lii'ari a P3v2i! hum. tick headacho, dltilncis, bad Xitljl hrealh. anre thrvat, and eyery III- . 'iiew no, nrl.lncr frm a disordered stomach aro relieved or cured by nipans Tabulei. ! Ono will generally clve relief within twenty min utes. Tho nvc-cent package It enough fur ordinary occasion. Ail drustgliw sell thein. j MfluA CURED. i TtoKiilBj Institute, gflMiasSiSt ' SMOKE -i "Not how chnap, but how rood." j Whitaker & Dallas, Makers, 57. I MASQUERADE t-M!; jl SIND POU CATALOaUaS AND PniOBS. 6ALT LAKE COSTUMINQ HOU8E ,, 'lHONM TOa. BT TST1 tT.. BAIT UKI PITY , J. W. CURRIE, SBSMgR? ; 70 W. Third South SI. P. 0. BOX GG5. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH RELIABLE ASSAYS Gold I ,:s I oold and Silver.. ..11.00 load....;., . tSlOold.Bllv'r.Cop'r.. KM) I Troropt returns on mall tamploa. S Odden AssayCo. '"S.V.oV- RICHARD E, EVANS, ,VH?-?iST . Floral Designs and Immortal Work a Specialty. ) All Cut Flowers In Seiion. jj1 80 8. MAIN BT, SALT LAKE OITY. . FUTURE USLJ OF OLD ACfP. When Elderly Peoplo Will Do Most of the World'o Work. Our old men nro going to bo our future workers, if wo aro to credit a theory propounded in a recent work of Prof. Ell Mctchnikoff, of tho Pas teur lnstltuto In Paris. Ho reminds us that, in tho caso of somo of tho most IndiiatrlotiB of tho lower crea tures, such as ants and bees, tho workers nro distinct from tho breed ers, a third or neutral sex havng been ovolvod by modlllcatlon of ono or both of tho others. With man, no neutral sex has appeared, but both sexes cease tho work of reproduction at a Hxed poriod of life. This, then, is the most favorablo period for work, and, when sclonco has eliminated tho infirmities of age, as Prof. Melchnl koff btllovcs It is now able, or soon will bo able, to do, tho aged will bo our most vigorous and efficient tollers. Thl3 Is a paradoxical conclusion, and one that will hardly gain tho couacnt of all phypiHonists. Success. JEFFERSON AS AN INVENTOR. Deolgned Many Useful Articles, but Never Prof.ted by Them. Net many peoplo know that Thomas Jefferson was a great invontor. Ills Inventions wcrp nil of articles ol ovcry-day use. ' Ho devised a three legged folding camp stool that Is tho basis of all camp stools of that kind to-day. Tho stool ho had made for his own tiso was his constant compan ion on occasions of outings. Tho re volving chnlr was his Invention. Ho designed a light wngon. A copying press was devised by him and cam into general use. Ho also Invented an instrument for measuring tho dls tanco ho walked. A plow and a homi cultivator showed that hU thought were often on agricultural matlf "3. His plow received a gold medal In Franco In 1790. Jefferson never bene fited financially by I1I3 Inventions, but believed thoy should bo for tho us of every ono without cost. A Rare Good Thing. "Ara using ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE, nnd can truly say I would not havobecn without Uko long, had I known tho rellof it would plyo my aching fout. I think It n rarogood thing for nnyono having sore or tired t oot. Mrs. Matilda Holtwert, Provldunco, It. L" Sold by all Uruifglsts, 2."c. Ask to-day. Feeds Tobacco Plants. A botanist of Palermo has been foedtng nlcotino to tobacco plants and finds it to bo a truo food for tho plant, and not a wasto product, as has been horotoforo assumed. I (rPT IT IT COLlAraiRLK TrBM) I j A substitute for nnd superior to mustard or any i other planter, and will not blister tho most fl I delicate skin. Tl pam-allavlng and curatlva H qualities of this arllrlo aro wonderful. It will I stop the toothache at once, and relievo head- M neho and sciatica. Woracommendltnsthabtst 1 1 and safest external counter-irritant known, alio as nn asternal tcniodr for pains in the chest 1 1 and atomar h nnd nil thauinatlc. neuralgia and B gouty complaints. A trial will prova what ira B I claim f jr It. and It will bi found to be invalu 1 able In the bnuhebold. Many peoplo sir "It It fl the best of all your preparations." Trice 111 cents at all druggista or other dealers, or by n I sending th s amount to us In postagestampsws B will send you a tubebnmll. No article should R be nreen'cd br tho nubllo unless the same n I carrusourlabul, asotberwiialtisnotgenulne. ; ciiusmiRoudii Aim. co ; ft 17 Stato Street, Nkw York Citt. J j ifeg. National Oats f i -vjsirc oreatfat oat of tho century, mH IV-itA . Yielded In 1W3 In Otilo 187, Wl li Hi Jn Mich. ail. In Jlo. HJ.and In III It I "' "Hkotalio bus. nor acre. You III ' BL Lt culMttt,,"'tfecordtaHH)ll III rn For 10o and tills notice M H I wo mall you free IoU of farm aeed ffPM ft I samplea and our blgcauioir, tell- vA B A 1 '"I'lobouttblsoetwonderand rM HA I 'housandaof other aeeda, SJUl 1 m L J0Hr'AfALZERSEEco:VMH The C, A, SMURTHWAITE PRODUCE CO. OQDEN, UTAH. Buyorn nnd Boilers of GRAIN Oi LOTS OHLT. Sellers of C C W 9t Any yuantity. Send for onr Illuitrnted 1'rea Seed Catalogue anil c . rre Alfalfa Uoaklot. Mentluii tills Paper. Established lt Ysais-Tnat Counts for Something, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures SprniiiB and Strains. I 17 U 513 ILLUSTRATED CATALOCVE I ' A SHI! WESTERN SEEDS Bond for it to-day. It tolls you all about our J "WESTER.N SEEDS FOR. WESTERN PLANTERS" IS Wo nro tho only oxtennlvo prowors iu tho Mlddlo West. Our Spo il olal cataloRiio for Boo Supplies, Poultry Supplies, Fruit Packages uro 'J freo. Ask for them all if Interested. ! BARTELDES & COMPANY I 1 I Tho Old aollablo Colorado Soed llauna. I . 1321 15tl STICEKT. DENVEIC. COLORADO. 1 BMassgas-sail III 1 1 TIVTT'irfgJiiAjatLTi ii mt inriam jiuaiMiiTr-nT:-rt-jT.f-..-rT.-rlTTr-naBt)iHJ I V j, NORTHWEST NOTES." Wllllnin McCuno, one of tho pioneers of tho I.nramlo plains, died last week at Laramio, aged 72. Uy n ravo-in of earth in tho East Gray in I no, ono of tho Amalgamated properties, nt Dutto, four men wero killed and two injured, Miss Jcnova A. Johnson, aged 21, who has been a sufferor for years from a dlscaso of the spine and brain, re sulting from a runaway accident, died at Laramio Sunday. A prematuro explosion of dynamite at tho Virginia mine, near Haker City, Ore, resulted In tho death of Jncli Ifecso nnd put out tho eyes of his partner, J. W. Wcldmnn. A hiigo block of coal has been londod nt Basin, Wyo., weighing 0,300 pounds. It was taken from tho ml no of J. I. McDonald, and is to bo plncod on ex hibition at tho St. Louis fair. Tho cyanide mill of tho United Statos Reduction & Uoflning company, two miles north of Florence, Colo., ha3 boon destroyed by lire, entailing n loss estimated at from $75,000 to $125,000. Sam Wlgfall, a colored man who attomptcd a criminal assault upon 12-year-old Helen Kruppa at Uawllns last woek, was. taken into court and plead-1 ed guilty and was sentenced to four teen years in tho pcnltontlnry. In nn altercation over tho pnymont of checks in n fnro gamo nt Ontario, i Ore., Walter Lucky of Prinovlllo took ' flvo shots at It. R. Duflln, tho dcalor, I who beat a hasty retreat and escnpod , uninjured. Lucky is in custody, j In a running battle with" two safo crackors in Spokane, Patrolman Lo gan shot and killed ono of tho men, tho other escnplng. Tho officer sur prised tho men whllo they woro on-' deavorlng to rob a safo In a saloon. . MIchaol Sullivan was killed nnd I'at-' rick Harrington probably fatally in-, Jurod by an explosion In tho Never ' Sweat mlno at Uutto. Tho miners hnd propared a blast early In the evening j which failed to cxplotlo and lt is , thought thoy afterward drilled Into tho "mlBsod hole," thereby causing tho ao rldont. Sam Wlgfall, colored, sentenced from Laramio to fourtoon years in tho ponltontlary for criminal assault, wns until recently confined In the Jail nt Rawlins for robbing n poddlor nt Han nn. A short tlmo previous to that ho was released from tho pcntlontlary, whero ho served eighteen months for stabbing a man. j Tho first lalso of oil to bo discov ered In Colorado has boon tnppod near ! Florence. Tho oil body was encount ered at a depth of 2775 foot, and tho woll will havo tho production capacity of nny six wells In thnt field. Tho oil In the new woll has risen to within a fow hundred feet of tho surface, and COO bnrrols per day can bo easily pumped. Alfred Mortz, confidential clork for tho Donhuo Mcrcantllo company at Missoula, Mont., loft his wifo a noto saying bo was short In his accounts and meant to commit sulcldo. Two hours la or his body wns flshrd from tho MI. ila river. Mcrtz's employ ers Bay ho Is not short, nnd thnt ho must havo been laboring under mon tal aborratlon. Jamos Martin was sentenced to hang February 23rd by Judgo Mc Cloernan at Butto, for tho murder of , Charles Williams, a Northorn Paclflo ' brakoman, nt Sliver Bow Junction, Mont., May 10, 1902. Charles Lennox, Mnrtln'a accomplice In tho crlmo, es caped last summer In a general Jail delivery, and has not been appro hondod. Tho urgency deficiency bill rcportod In tho hoiiBo carries nn ltom of $700 for completing tho monumont on tho elto of tho Fort Phil Koarnoy massa cro, Wyoming. Tho stato of Wyo mlng lias ceded tho slto to tho govorn mont, locatod on Massacro hill, nnd tho $700 carried In tho bill, together with $500 previously appropriated, will bo sufficient to corapleto tho monu mont. "Bon" Northlngton, for years a prominont flguro In Rawlins, dlod on I tho 22nd of old ngo, In -a little cabin Just outsldo that city. Northlngton was nn old prospector and saloon man, and at ono tlmo ho wns worth considerable money, but died a paupor. In 1874 Northlngton was elected county attor noy, despite tho fact that ho was not a lawyer. Tho matter was contested, ' but ho qunlitlod and hold the offtcd ' about a yenr. . Tho stato board of pardons of No vara hns comnvtod to llfo Imprison ment tho sentonco of Cochl Saegmul lor, an Indian boy aged 1C yonrs, who was sontoncod to he hangod January 24th. Soogmullor killed William Wil liams, known ns "Wild Bill," n notori ous character. MEDICALEXAM1NER I Of the United States Treasury Recommends H Pe-ru-na. H Other Prominent Physicians Use and Endorse Pe-ru-na. DR. I.LEWHUA'N JORUON, Medical Kxnmlner of ths U. H. Troftsnrv Do partmunt, Knitlimto of Columbia t'nllt'go, nntl who Forvisl thrco yovtr'i nt est Point, has tho following to buy of Pertain : "Allow mc to express my grati tude to you for the benefit derived from your wonderful remedy. One short month has brought forth a v:tst change and 1 now consider myself a well man after months of suffering. Fellow suf' fcrcrs, Peruna will cure you." A constnntlv lurrtwlng number of pliy ftlclntis proierilio Pcrtum In thi'lr practice. Hints proven Its met Its so thoroughly that oven Mio doctors lutvo otercomo their prejndlco tigiiinst bo onlleil patent medi cines mid reeointueiid i M i tluilr p.ttipnta. l'erunn nccuplett a niilqiiu position in medical science. It Is tho only inlonml syhtemlo catarrh rciniily known to tho medical profession to-dnv. I'ntnrrh, ivs cvuryouo will ndinlt, is tlin cuuhoof oin hnlt tho diseiuu which allllcta ninukltid. Catarrh nnd catarrhal divciiHcsnllllct one halt of tliu people of tho United btntcs. Robert R. Roberts, At. D., Wash tngton, 1). C, wltcs: "Through my own experience, as well as that of many of my Mends and acquaintances who have been cured or relieved of ca' tarrh by the use of Hart man's Peruna, I can conlld'ntly recom mend It to those suffering from such disorders, and h i ve nn hesitation In prescribing It t my patients," Robert R. Roberts. Dr. R. RobbluH, Muskogee, I. T., writes : "Peruna Is the best medicine. I know of for coughs nnd to Meugthcu a weak stom ach nnd to gtvu appetite. Buddes pre scribing It for rnturrli, 1 havo ordered It for weak and debilitated peoplo, and havo not had n pat lent but salt! it licliust him. It is nn excellent medicine and it fits n6 innny cises. "I havo n lnrco practice, nnd havo a chance, to presoriho your Peruna. I bono youmayllw) long to do good to tliu nick and tho suffering. Br. M. C. (ieo writes from 013 .Tones St., San Franckco, Cal.t "Peruna has performed, so many won derful cores In Han Francisco that I nra convinced that it Is a valuable remedy. I havo frequently advised lt mo for women, ns I find It Insures regular and tainlesa moustruntlon, euros luttcorrluea 7 Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, T M . Medical Examiner United States M X Treasury. T M f H and ovarian troubles, and builds up tho M entire syHtem. I nNo consider It ona of M tho finest catarrh rcmcdlus I know of." M M. C. (ieo, M. I). Catarrh is n nyalonilo dltcono cnrnblo M only by nyntemlo treatment. A remedy M that cures catarrh must aim directly nt M tho depressed nuno centers. TlilHUwhnt H 1'eruna doc.s. ;, H Peruna immediately invlgorntos tho M nerve renters which glvo vitality to tho H mucous membranes. Then catarrh (lis- H appears. Then catarrh is permanently H cured. H If you do not derive prompt and sntln H factory result.s from tho uso of l'rruna M write nt oncu to Dr. llartnian, giving it M full Ntatemcnt of your cimc, and hn will M bo .pluiihed to give yott his valuable ou M vice i.'intls. M Addtx-ss Br. ITartmnn, President of Tho llartnian Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. iA Practical Farmer J! I Laborer or Mechanic ) I APPRECIATES THE SAVINO IN 3&Kr. I WCAR AND TICAII GAINED UV U3INO f"xV A. H !VIyntaineryy I OveraHs I XXX AND Srm'CD OVSItAlLS AND JUMfC! 1kg z. C Ml. V sfl aoora and shoss AMsiMsisrs on acar.iviNo ihcm raoM 1 i I H HIS IOCAL OCAICK Itltue AK NOHt OtHSAS -JUST AS l: I I sB ooaa.-AND iHt euAANiti or me LAxgxsr raotoxr in l: 4 I IMt Wtsr )IC(l THCH. 1. 1 I I i H t! WE TREAT I1HD CURE iffST I CATAltnil Doafncss, Nossand Thrual Trou- v, SR5A H bins, ISraaiiilRnrliltoarvs, llrottclilitl and I.ui.u yijjw tSrVl H 'iroublas, AsilMna UUniiacli, I.ltur anit Ulilrin Xr fflixTiS H il"iit,c. lliamlor 'Irniiklt'S I'vmulo linn- VJAlt H llauns, Chrnuia IMseascsot Women and L'lil.d- "T-V 0? &JB fl ren, Iteirt Mifaio Nf rn u lle.eain, Choiva, W XJr H (Hi Vims' Iiauc). Illokon, Hplnal Trouble, 7V -, j. tkln Ulteascs Holatlru and Itttuii milt Inn. 1)1- V&TV3 S&&W H tnuiBiot the I'.owols, l'llos, KUtula and llrolal' feL y4iX,7N H 'fronton's, tlollro (or bin neck) lllood I Iteasrs, i"5rSfjrH H Tano Worm, Hay Fovvr, llrtlurla, H'llo.r, Pv'Hy'fl H Insomnia, etc., and all Nerfuus and Cbruulo J- fii&yjlJ fl llltcases. FgfatW&I'y I lliiiiioTrrntiiifiitCiirra. Wrlto for fro. JjSlSiffj B rmiitoni llt If touritiinotcull, ftfiXSV' I H DK.A.J. biioiieh. C'oiiaulUtluii I'ree. mi. u. w. aiioina. Weak SV3en Pay When Cured I If rouautTur from nnr of the weaknesses or d. W oi.ru ou Ural nndtlivn ask a 11KA80NAULTJ H seaios rausBd br Unoranct, ills' lp u Ion or coutn- HSU wlien 7011 aro cured. You ran dvueod uiion fl Ion YOU AUK Till! VI. UY 1'UllHUM Wl! WAKT nurword tlinusaiula of i.allcnls lime ludurtad uh TO TALK TO. hOW, Wl! WANT TO t UilH YOU wlili Ilia dls. Wo lmo proven our skill In curing CIHUiNIO Hurt understanding that mi xlll not demand diseases b pubilslilng tho inaur rolunturr tostl- t'KI. until ho viim nu. This applies to Unt flsn moulals from hoiuop4op1o, lilting names, plcturea hood. Urgaiilo Wvaknnss, priuatorrlKa, Vart. fl and addresses. oneulo. IHteatra of the rrottialeiilaud, Uunaiural fl Wl! IIA.N'T ri'lll.lSII Oflt ini:.S lxso. lontr.ol.M DlKir.lor. Birloiure, eto. Con. l. ritn Ail! IMHI;AS1:s laelous lllood I'otsuu, aud all WISAKNLbiEa of Ilecanse It would betray ooiilldeuto llenre we men. bate to prom our skill In this class of troubles In OFKICK HOURS: Da. m. to i p. m. ICreotngs. another war Tb's isour plaui 7 to 81 Sundays, IU a. m. to 13. fl DRS. SHORES & SHORES. Specialists. ".7,yff.:'KS.,&, I I HAL US- WKERJnD DI"HTHERIA HEMEDY I I FOH THH MOUTH. THHOAT. . MpUCn FAIK - P" l-B BV ALL DftUQQIBTO I 8TOMAOH AND OOWHLH..., "IICVLll IHILO- AND QENERAL bTOflBS Heidcn-Judson Drug Co,, General Agents, Salt Lake City, Utah. I HlQHrsT cash pnioB paid fou i When Answering Advertisements I RAW FURS and GAME HEADS ' Kindly Mention This Paper. MEHGSY, THE PURRIER. w. Nl 11 Sat 1 nka-No B rool wium ton psiol hot. baitlakb oity.UTam -"" sw z LftK9 Wo' B l" V, Utah junk go. ixrwi's' 'MWjW ru btr. oMltr. bnm, lu. M Uh-'citv. Utah 19 BtatV! Su"?T1um. o" "Us R - . a In Hue, rold by dnuntlsts. 11 1 WJ?it. Thompson's Eye Water SSMsmsXSE t 1 . .