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Tree Tea
is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure Food regulations
A tea to be high quality
must be first
> e rst crop
must be mountain grown must be uniform
Tree Tea is
first crop
mountain grown
always uniform
Beware of imitations
Ind Phone two rlngaNo BO
I Bell Phone two rIngs No 60
Ind Phone ono rln0No 60
Boll Phone ono ringNo SS
Advertisers must nave tnclr copy for I
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on trbich tho advertise
ment In to appear In order to Inouro
Complaint Agalnct DrugglGtA
complaint charging tho Cully Drug
Company with dispensing liquor on
t Sunday was med yesterday Patrol
man Oscar II Moblnm being com
plaining witness
WANTED Clean white rags at tho
Will io FliedTho will of Henry
Browns of Slatervllle who died re
cently at that place was yesterday
admitted to probate In tho district
Call Allen pnouoo 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calra
r specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Aoks Allowance petition for a
1 family allowance of 75 monthly was
yesterday filed in tho district court
by Emma J Hlnley tho widow of
Alfred S IHnloy who died Fob 17
1910 leaving his widow and throo
Want Cnse DroppedOn tho
grounds that tho court has no juris
diction in tho case notice was filed
yesterday with the county clerk by
the defendants In the caso of Ogden
city against John Smith and A E
Smith of motion to strike tho com
plaint from file
A Little Care Will Save Many Ogden
Readero Future Trouble
Watch tho kidney secretions
Sec that they have tho amber huo
of health
The discharges not excessive or in
Contain no brickdust like sedi
Doan Kidney Pills will do this for
youThoy watch the kldneyc and euro
them when theyre sick
J H Winslow 2110 Monroe St Og
den Utah says If I had known
of Donns Kidney Pill sooner I
would have been spared n groat deal
ofsuffering For about five years
I went through all the tortures of
kidney complaint and sometimes was
BO bad off that I was obliged to uso
two canes In getting about My back
ached severely and I could not move
without having sharp twinges
through my loins There were many
indications that my kidneys were dis
ordered tho chief ono being a heavy
sediment in tho kidney accretions I
could not rest day or night and wan
miserable In every way when I pro
cured Doans Kidney Pills from BAD
CONS PHARMACY It was gratify
Ing to have them help mo after I had
tried so many other remedies with
out being boneflted Deans Kidney
Pills took hold of my trouble from tho
first and In a remarkably short time
I was relieved I cannot find words
to express my high opinion of this
Preparation From statement given
July 23 1906
Mr Winslow won Interviewed on
July 28 1000 and sold I can still
recommend Doan Kldnoy Pills high
ly for thoy effected a permanent euro
In my case Tho statement I have
previously given in their favor still
holds good
For solo by all dealers Price fiO
cents FoBterMllburn Co Buffalo
Now York solo ngflnts for the United
Remember the name Doans and
take no other
allow your grocer to Bond up any
flour but
lake him understand that your
standing order In for Pooryn Cres I
cent Flour because It bakes the most
and the best bread
On complaint of C H Stunlck con
nected with tho Central Loan olllco
I the police yesterday afternoon arrest
ed Fred Wilson on a charge of petit
1 larceny catching him wIth tile goods
According to the story told by Stun
Ich Wilson entered the loan office
and aftor looking around at the goods
no display for a fow minutes calmly
picked up a light overcoat and walked
out Ho was taken to tho city Jail
and will be given a hearing this
morning I
11 is suggested that eczema suffer
ers ask the Culley Drug Co drug
gist of this city what reports he is
getting from patients who have used
tho oil of wlntergreen liquid com
pound D D D PrescripUon Ask
some of the cured patients what hap
pened the very minute thoy washed
the skin with this soothing oil
Your Itch can and will bo taken
away Instantly if you will try a spe
cial bottlo in a special offer at only
25c INSTANT relief wo KNOW
Regular bottle LOO Will you try
a 25c bottle on our assurance Culloy
Drug Co 2479 Wash
Says Tho Telegram Homo Indus
try clubs are the latest creations of
the Manufacturers association ac
cording to a statement made tills
morning by Dan F Collott secretary
of the association Following tho lead
taken by Ogden recently home indus
try clubs are to be formed In Salt
Lake Provo Logan and other towns
of the state
These clubs will have as their pur
pORe tho boosting of home Industries
among the consumers the housewives
In this way it 1B figured Utah will
soon ho ualng Utah made goods when
ever possible and there will be a
great awakening of capital to the
manufacturing posnlbllltes within this
state This awakening will bring
great benefits to the working classes
as factories are not governed as a
rule by reasons as are other Indus
Tho Homo Industry club of Ogden
was formed last week at tho home of
Mrs J S Carver 5J4 Twentysecond
street whose husband IK president of
the stato organization of retail mer
chants The officers elected were
President Mrs J W Wilcox sec
retary Mrs G A Nickolas treasurer
Mrs J S Danlele advisory commit
tee Mrs Edwin Williams Mrs W
A Robertson Mrs C S Scagers Mrs
R A Sea er8 and Mrs 1 W Rail
The following resolution was adopted
Whereas we tho members of the
Homo Industry club believing as we
do Individually that it Is for the wel
fare and prosperity of Ogden and Utah
manufacturers nnd
Whereas We know that the qual
ity of Utah manufactured articles Is
not surpassed goods made outside
of Utah and believing that our pa
triotism and local pride demands it
therefore be It
Resolved that we the Home In
dustry club Indorse Utah manufactur
ed goods and that wo patronize homo
industry In preference to outside man
To convert tho women of Utah to
the homo industry proposition said
Mr Collott has long been the aim
of the Manufacturers association of
Utah The women aro buyers of food
products nnd many other lines of
goods manufactured here and 1C they
can he brought to realize that in qual
ity and prIco the local product are
equal to and In many Instances better
than the Imported It will mean a
vast increase in tho number of men
and women who look to factory and
mill as a means of gaining n liveli
Salt Lake Is filling up with Impos
ing business blocks and beautiful
homes but tho building activity now
going on cannot bo expected to last
very long No other factor will be
BO potent In paying for tho Improve
ments and furnishing employment to
the people as manufacturing indus
The ones now established can eas
ily double and treble their output
and Increase the number ot employes
accordingly If the people will be loyal
to homo industrial affairs Many now
lines of manufactures are needed and
they will surely como If tho people
will adhere to tho ndago Utah goods
for western people
Washington March 11 President
Taft today told a delegation of more
than GO prominent business men of
New Orleans who came to the White
House to Interest him In the claims
of that city for the proposed national
exposition to celebrate the comple
tion of the Panama canal that there
was no city In the country that per
sonally bo would feel more In favor
of than Now Orleans
Fruh today I
Work was commenced yesterday by
Carl Allison city recorder and his
staff of assistants In Installing a now
Index system similar to that In uso
In tho office of the Salt Lake re
corder which Is expected to minimize
expense In tho office and greatly facil
itate tho handling of tho dally rou
tine In addition to this Mr Allison
said yesterday after his return from
Salt Lake where he had gone to fur
ther acquaint himself with the new
system that it would mean greater
safety In the records of his depart
ment Inasmuch as the old system of
card indexing It was necessary to
make out at least three cards for
each subject filed These cards In
time becomo blurred to such an ex
tent that It Is necessary to make out
entirely new sets a great deal of
room Is Liken up by the Index alone
In addition to the subjoct matter and
If a card Is lost or misplaced confu
sion Is inevitably the reSUlt
Attracted by a murky haze Inside
the automobile garage of L H Bc
craft on Grant avenue a largo crowd
gathered at about 7 oclock last night
before tho garngo and somcoue be
coming excited sent In an alarm from
the box at Grant Avenue and Twenty
fourth street The xntlro apparatus
of the fire department turned out but
after chief Paine and Mr Bccraft had
made a thorough Inspection of tho
promises and no trace of fire could
bo found the conclusion was reached
that someone had entered to take care
his car and aCtor filling the place
with smoke locked the doors without
allowing It to escape
I T Alvord who keeps the second
hand otore noxt to tho garage was
the first to discover tho smoke in the
placo and called up the firo depart
meaL A few minutes later some one
turned in an alarm and the depart
ment immediately responded
Piles make life unhappy and ruin
the best dispositions Most suffer
ers havo been bitterly disappointed
by mnny failures to find a cure A
uiedlcuo in tablet form taken in
ternally that avoids the unpleasant
features of ointments suppositories
nnd operations and cures thoroughly I
by removing the inside cause Is sure
ly worth trying especially as BAD
guarantees It
Dr Leonhardts HemRold costs 1
for a large 0021 days treatment
Dr Leonhardt Co Station B Buf
falo N Y Write for booklet
Wo arc paying for fat hogs as fol
Hogs from 200 lbs and up per
100 Ibs 950
Hogs from 160 to 200 lbs per
100 lbs 925
Hogs from 125 to 160 lbs per
100 lbs 875
Wo receive hogs dally
Anybody who prefero dressed
weight on hogs may bring them In on
Tuesdays or Fridays between 730
nnd 10 a m Wo will then slaughter
them while you wall and pay 1250
per 100 lbs dressed At either of
these days you may choose whether
you want tho live weight price or
1350 dressed
Wo pay for fat veols from 70 to 125
Ibs dressed weight 11 12 cents per lb
and receive them daily You may
bring them In either live or dressed
Access to our plant Is now con
venient since the construction of the
On next Saturday Tho Standard will
issue a little Easter Egg Colored Sup 1
plement exclusively for the young
people The supplement has printed
upon It designs In different colors
which colored portions are to be cut
out with tho scissors and wrapped
around boiled oggand placed in vin
egar Then the paper IP removed and
beautifully colored Easter eggs with
designs In various colors will be the
result We desire to call the attention
of tlie young people to this special
supplement as wo have secured It for
their benefit Each subscriber of Tho
Evening Standard will recoivu a copy
of this Easter Egg Supplement and
enough different colored designs are I
presented to make coven colored eggs
Full instructions ore given on ouch
supplement how to do the work Lot
every child watch for the supple
ment Let thorn take care of it Let
every head of tho family got some i
One ega In order that tho seven de
signs may be practiced and give tho
children real Easter eggs with va
rious pretty designs made by them i
selves The colors will show up much
prettier on the egg than thoy do Iu
the supplement
Salt Lake March 14 demons J
aughey has been elected treasurer of
the NevadaUtah Mines and Smelting
corporations to succeed Frederick P
Burgln who has resigned The an
nouncement was received In financial
clrclos with much applause for the
fading was general that a bettor or
more competent man could not have
been chosen for tho place Mr Chug
hwy brings to his neW otflco years of
experience and awidc range of know
ledge of the affidrs he will b called
upon to haudle Ho holds now both 1
the office of eecreunry an treasurer of 1
the company nnd IR also one of Its
directors In addition to tho office ol
treasurer of NcvadaUtah MrCaugh
also elected to tho office of
ev was
secretarytreasurer of the three sub
cldlary companies NevadaUtah Min
ing company Imperial Gold and Cop
per Mining company Manhattan Cop
per and Gold Mining company He
is also Interested in tho North Care
Ina Stove e9InVan3
Mr Caughoys varied business In
terests and the exacting attention
they require of him and the ability he
has displayed in their management
has won for him the well merited
icputatlon of being a man of excep
tional executive ability and forceful
Speci Notice
Of Importance to the People of
J Ogden
Badcon desires to announce to the
readers of the Standard that he has
boon able to secure the agency for
Parisian Sage tho marvelous dan
druff cure and delightful hair dress
ingHo Is glad to state that Parisian
Sage is a rigidly guaranteed hair In
It euros dnndruff two weeks by
killing tho dandruff microbes It
stops falllng hair itching scalp and
splitting hair or monoy back
It Is a most pleasant hair dressing
especially for ladles as It causes the
hair to grow in thickly and makes It
luxuriant and lustrous The price
Is only 50 cents a large bottlo at
Provo March HAn assay has
been received by W C Hathenbuck
on ore from the Slate canyon tunnel
which shows a total value of 50 In
gold silver copper and lead This
Is from the quartz vein which 5s
twelve feet wide The vein nlo con
tains a four to sixInch streak of an
timony 90 per cent pure Needless
to say Mr Hathenbruck very well
satisfied with his efforts to obtain
water especially as the flow of water
Is also Increasing
Provo March HA F Palm the
Provo stock broker has returned
from Beaver county where ho has in
spected tho property of the Beaver
Lake Mining company of which ho
is the secretary Mr Palm reports
the property In a very satisfactory
condition for tho promise of a big
mine Several small veins of rich
copper oro have been cut by the In
cline which has boon run 2CO foot
A drift has been started from the end
of the Incline to cut a porphyry dyko
where a large body of ore is expected
to IKJ opened
Salt Lage March 1tJ L Safford
npractlcal mining man who spent a
number of years in Park City is in
the city sifter a short trip Into tho
Jarbidgo country Mr Safford Is weil
known to a number of mining men of
this city and his opinion will have
considerable weight Especially 18
this true about Jarbldge which has I
boon considerable of a mystery by
reason of Its Isolated condition since
the snow began to fall in the moun
tains and tho first discoveries In that
gold camp were roported
Mr Safford says that they have a
dike which IB said to be eight miles
III width and twelve miles In length
How true this Is he was unable to
state However he did say that bethought
thought It was of large dimensions
The ore appears In rhyollto and
quartzslte and is in stringers Iu
places in the Bourno property It has
widened out to considerable depth
and Indicates permanency Ho brought
some of the ore out with him which
was assayed hero showing values In
gold and silver of 2450 to the ton
Ho says to be fair about the property
he considers it a good proposition for
prospectors yet the ground has been
staked for miles arouud
Helena Mont March HThe en
tire day WUB spent In an Ineffectual
effort to secure a Jury In the case of
the state against J H Rafter editor
of a local publication The charge Is
baaed upon criticisms of Mayor F J
Edwards of Helena
From late figures the hope of ro
cOory under tho new emollient treat
ment seems to be about as follows
In people of sixty and over results
aro quite uniform probably nine
tenths recovering While at fifty und
over a large majority of all cases yield
to the treatment below fifty and ap
proaching forty tho disease gets more
stubborn and between thirty and ar
t tho percentage Is not high prob
ably not much over half yielding
Under thirty the percentage Is less
and In children recoveries have been
very few and most of those were ob
tained with tho aid of skilled physi
cians forcing nutrition with alkaline
treatment to prevent formation of ace
The new emollient treatment is
known ae Fultona Diabetic Compound
It can ho had In Ogden at Wm Driver
Son Drug Co
We desire every patient to write us
who is not noting the UHual improve
ment by tho third week Always state
age Literature mailed free Jno J
Fulton Co 645 Battery SL San Fran
cisco Cal We Invilp correspondence
with physician who havo obstinate
Spokane Mar 11 Charges against
C O Worley alleging Irregularities
while In office as superintendent of
the Coer DAlene Indian reservation
aro being Investigated by RUBSO Rat
cliff who succeeded Mr Worley An
appllcattlon by the Washington water
power company for the right to over
flow 0250 acres of land on the St
Joe river Is said to be invovcd
Mr Worloy left the government
service lost year and since that time
has been In tho employ of tho Wash
ington water company
Salt Lake March 14 Somewhat to
the surprise of the lawyers who are
defending Arthur Brown accused ot
forgery and now being tried for the
third time Judgo T D Lewis over
ruled the technical objoctlone made
last week to the complaint and infor
mation and decided that Drown must
stand his trial Tho Jury bus been
secured last week and the taking of
evidence was begun thin morning
Tho witnesses examined were A M
Bartholdl whoso name Drown Is sold
to have forged A E Kimball W H
Shearman and J Cosgrlff
Fred C 1oofbourow district attor
ney is prosecuting assisted by E O
Lcatherwood assistant district attar
ney and Judge O W Powers and
Thomas Marloneaux are defending
Brown Every stop of the case is be
ing stubbornly fought by Browns
Whan the cage uponod last week
Judge Powers objected to the com
plaint and moved for tho discharge ol
the prisoner on the ground that the
compdaint stated that he had defraud
ed the Commercial National Bank of
Salt LakeIt developed In the argu
ment that for twenty years the Com
mercial National Bank was doing bus
iness as tho Commercial National
bank without the addition of Salt
Lake and that all documents had
been so signed
Salt Lake larch 14 Claiming
that he knew the names of some of
the men who were trying to extort 1
money from him by black hand
letters but declining to give them to
tho local police for fear that he would
be murdered A Burllnc an Italian
who formerly ran a small fruit stand
on Second South a abort distance
west of West Temple street has sold
out his business to M Paslnl a fellow
countryman and announced his In
tention to return to Italy with his
About two weeks ago Burllue told
the local police that he had received
a letter which instructed him to de
posit 5500 In n certain place by a cer
tain date under pain of death Black
I hand was the only thing that the
man could think of For several days
plain clothes men from the depart
I ment watched In front ot his little
place of business but no one who
looked like a murderer to tho officers
appeared Burllne said that ho had
received similar letters while In busi
ness In other cities in the United
States and Incldcntlly that ho know
give names saying that he feared ho
would be killed if any of them were
The police place little credit in the
black hand story
Washington Mar HAll the mall
tunklines from the east to the Paci
fic coast arc now clear of obstruc
tions and tho mail Is moving without
Interruption according to advice re I
ceived by the postoffice Diversion of
I tho mails made necessary during tho
last ton days has been abandoned and
tho mulls are now moving over their
regular routes
Chattanooga Term March 14
With whiskey selling as low as ono
cent a quart and boor as low as half
a cent a bottle the stock and fixtures
for several clubs were sold at auction
today Tho property of the clubs
were seized to satisfy Judgments for
state and county liquor taxes
That cattle arc being devoured and
the lives of the people placed In Jeo
pardy by gray wolves of enormous
size and coyotes In largo numbers Is
the startling information contained in
a letter to Fred W Chambers fltato
fish and genie commissioner from
Davldmoorc of Castle Rock Summit
Mr Mcoro writes that during the
past few months twentyIve head of
cattle mostly twoyearolds have
been killed by the wolves Somo of
these cattle he avers were registered
Durham cows Within the past two
weeks ho says a number of the three
yearold steers have been devoured
by the wolves on the ranches near
Castle Rock and that the wolves as
sisted by many coyotes are growing
bolder every day nnd do not hesitate
to come to the very doors of tho
houses nnd howl their dismay warn
ings to the Inmates
The writer tells of seeing one pack
of jtnlvnsr nftack and kill n row One
One of tho most valuable qualities of Mothers Friend in 1
that It safeguards the future health of the mother It la a
liniment to bo applied externally to tho body tho uso of
which lubricates tho musclos and tendons softens the glands
and ducts prevents lumps forming In the broaats and roliovos tho pain norvous
floss nausea md other troubles from which so
X S many expectant mothers suiTor
When Mothers Friend is used
regularly it fits and prepares the system for an
easy and natural consummation of tho term
Women who
massage with this
great liniment are always saved much suffering whon baby comes and recover
more quickly and without ill effects Mothera Friend is sold at drug stores
Write for our free book for expectant mothers
2001 ibso for 550 delivered
of tho largest ot the paclc caught the
cow by tho throat and drew hor down
upon her knees While tho rest of too
pack ate her alive
Mr Moore says that tho wolves nro
unusually largo Not long ago ono of
the beasts was poisoned at one of the
ranches and died It measured six
feet In length
In writing to Commissioner Cham
bors Mr Moore asks for the assist
ance on tho part of tho state In ox
terminating the wild animals and
suggests that the bounty on the beasts
be Increased I
Mr Chambers said this morning
that similar reports had come from
this section of the state aud that he
proposes to kill off the dangerous an
imals and protect the cattle This
weok he Intends to go to Castle Rock
accompanied by a party of hunters
nnd wage war upon the wild beasts
The party of hunters Mr Chambers
says Will follow tho wolves by night
and kill them whenever possible
Salt Lake March HThe continu
ed efforts on the pnrt of Hugh A MC
Millln supervisor of tho census for
the state of Utah to secure an in
crease In the pay of enumerators In
this taste wero rewarded this morn
Ing whon a telegram from B Dana
Durand director of tho census at
Washington was received advising
of tIlt Increase of one half a cent per
capta In the pay of census takers ot
tho cities of the state
This Increase from 2 12 cents to
3 cents per capita will affect the en
umerators of Salt Lako Logan Provo
Ogdon Murray and Park City It will
affect only those enumerators who
had been assigned work under the
B rate and not thoso classed under
other rates The increase In the pay
of B rate enumerators places these
enumerators In the C rate class The
increase will not affect all of the con
HUS takers In Salt Lake City bjt a
majority of them and thoso taking the
outside districts However It does not
apply to tho rural districts where the
pay Is rated on A per diem basis
The enumerators deriving the bene
fit ot the Increase lu pay are sched
uled to take a population census of
about 100000 which will mean that
they will receive an additional one
half cent for each person or a total of
SOO altogether
In his efforts for more pay for tho
census takers MI McMJllIn has fonnd
ed his requests upon the high cost
of living In Utah and tho wages paid
here In various lines of industry as
compared with the remuneration ot
the enumerators
Tho taking of the 1910 census will
commence In all parts of the United
States one month from tomorrow
April 16 Approximately C7000 per
sons will be employed In taking this
count Of this number about 60000
will bo enumerators 1000 employes
at Washington D C 1800 mining
and agricultural census enumerators
300 clerks and stenographers 350 su
pervisors and 250 special agents as
sistants of the supervisor
In 1000 approximately 52000 per
pns were employed In taking the cen
susBy the first of July practically all
ot tho supervisors and their assist
ants will have completed their work
The special agents of the mlnng and
agrcultural censuo will bo employed
until fall while the population enu
merators will have completed their
work by the last of April Tho spec
ial agonts will bo through about the
first of June
Salt Lake March HThe first
classification of coal lands undor the
new government law was received at
the local United States land oflice
this morning In tho new classifica
tion 16000 acres of land are affected
lying south and cast of Sunnyslde
In Carbon and Emery counties
The lands In the district which
have boon found to contain no coal
have been marked non coal and arc
placed baclc in the public domarn
subject to entry under tho land law
The coal land prices aro get rang
ing from 20 to 800 an acre to be
sold under the coal land laws
In tbo future It will be necessary
to file an affidavit when filing op coal
lunds stating the distance of tho land
from n railroad All coal lands with
in fifteen miles of a railway have
been doubled in price Tho following
lands are designated as non coal
In township 16 south range 14 east
West bait of the southwest quarter
and the Southwest quarter of the
northwost quarter and lot 4 section
5 all of sections C and 7 the north
east quarter of the Bouthwoat quarter
and tho southeast quarter of tho north
west quarter and tho southwest quar
ter oCilie northeast quarter of sec
tion S and lot 4 5e G and 7 of section
Si the southeast quarter of tho north
west quarter and the cost half of tho I
I southwest quarter and iota I 2 3 and I
4 of section 17 all of sections 18 and I
10 lhr vest hif and the Bnuthrvn
quarter of Poctlon 20 the east halt of
the southeast quarter nail tho b
eat quartor of the MHitbvroat quarter
and tao northwest quarter of section I
29 all of sections 80 and 31 the north I
half of the uthwest quarter and tho
west half of tho northwest quartor
and tho southeast quarter of the north
west quarter and the southwest quar I
ter of the northeast quarter of see < <
Uoa 32
In township 16 south range 14 east
The southwest quarter of the south
east quarter nnd the sonth half of the j
southwest quarter ot section 4 the i
south half and lots 2 to 12 Inclusive
in section 6 lots 1 to 6 In section C 1
lots 1 to I In section 7 all of sec
tion 8 tho west half and tho west
halt of tho east half ot section 9
tho southwest quarter of ncctlon U v
tile west half and tho west half of
tho northeast quarter and tho south
east quarter the northeast Quarter
of section 16 all of sections 17 to
21 Inclusive the southeast quarter
tho west half and the southwest quar I
ter of the northeast quarter ot section
22 tho southwest fluartor ot k1ie
southwest quarter of section 2 t the
west half of the west halt of section
2C all of sections 27 to 31 Inclusive
the southeast quarter and tho west
hal and the southwest quarter of tho
northeast quarter of section 25
All lauds in the whole of tho two
townships enumerated In tho non
coal list arc classed as subject ta
coal laud entry only
Seattle Wash Mhr HThe Greal
I Northern tracks between Scenic an4
Wellington on which two nvalaaohei
descended Sunday morning wat
cleared today and tho overland traU
I dispatched from Seattle thin morning
The laborer caught by ono of th
avalanche was slightly Injured
A now place for the watch Is th
coat sleeve where a special button
i hole Is worked for its accommodation
and to show Its fac
cure Vourself Wh
2c Turkish Bath Ir
I Remarkable Results of Robinson 1
Thermal for Rheumatism
Nervous Breakdown Kidney I
Trouble Skin and Other
Docs What No Drug on Earth Can Do
The results produced by a Robin n
son Thermal Bath Inside of 30
minutes are almost beyond belief ijl
Physicians everywhere aro changing I
from drugs to thermal baths Jn tho jJ
treatment of many dlson s
It has been found for instance
in tho case of rhoumatlsn that urlo 1
acid in the blood can be extracted
from the system completely In a few I I
I daytf Eczema timo can bo completely cured j I
within a week I
After ono or two thermal baths I
nervous wracks find tho change to
strength and visor hard to realize
Similar renalts ro obtained In
cases of kidney trouble neuralgia
pimples nil AKin dlsooros throat
andtu S trouble Insomnia eonstl
patfan lumbago and bad colds
It IK now possible for man or wom
an to huvo Robinson Thermal baths at
homo with hardly any troublo at all
an at a cost of only a few cents
Whatever your disease or ail
ment get a Robinson Thermal Bnth
Cabinet and you will not only euro
yourself quickly but realize as you
nbvcr did before what real vigor
and health are
The RoWnson Thermal Bath Cabi
nets are on exhibition and for sale
in Ogden at Wm Driver Son Drug
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er also tor tho book of the century
The Philosophy of Health and Beau
ty price two dollars but given away
free fcr a limited time If you can
not go and Ice thoco wonderful cabi
nets fiend your name and addresH to I
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