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The Ogden standard. [volume] (Ogden City, Utah) 1902-1910, April 15, 1910, Image 6

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f I Young Mens SuitsI
i VTc fully appreciate nil
1 1 ho Clothes requirements
1 of the Young Inn
Wte had a Inrgo os
pprieuce in Clothing thoso
I Swell Young Fellows and
g We Know How
1 Our Spring Suits are at
traeting the attention of
Smart Dre5sers and we arc
I always pleased to show
r the new style features
ii The fabrics arc new
4 and chic the cut of
1 ii tho coat Is correct In
ovary detail while the
vest and trousora fol
I p low In line Theyre
r I Swell
Suits at 10 15
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The Young Man looking for a Suit thats different and
classy can satisfy his longing right here
I 2413 Washington Avenue
Shirt Waists
The new models in the
Spring Wiiats arc particu
S larly smart and attractive
i Dainty Lingerie Waists in
f fine embroidery and lace
t Net and Silk Marquisette in
white and cream
Smart tailored waists in
i Persian Silks Pongees and
fancy Plaids and Checks
Lingerie Waists 100
and up
Silk Waista 400 and up
A large showing of New
Spring Skirts in Voiles and
fine cloths
L The
ftl JH Wykes Co
I iI
I will offer the following stallions
L for pnbllc service at the Fair grounds
I 1 season 1910 I
li By McKluncy 211 the slro of
t with records better than 210 The
I I groatcrt sire tno world baa ever
El I known lie sold for 530000 at 17
it years of age Fee 3000
Record 209 11 trotting He has
Known you If you are from Mlosoiiri
110 has as much speed as any horso
living or dead Fee 52500
S Record 217 14 4th heal Tho
fastest and garnonl 3ycarolfl paper
4 on the north Pacific const last year
1 fA 2Oi pacer sure No hobbles
Fee 2000
Terms cash or bankable note A
I few good driving and family horses I
for Bale C B JOHNSON
FURNISHED ROOMS at the new Wil
son Day week or month Bell 1
1 Phone 1544 4151 wk
Quarterly Conference Thf Weber
I Slnko quarterly conference will con
one Sunday at 10 a m Some of
i tho general authorities will be pres
1 tnt There will bo no conjoint mu
i tual conference in the evening Reg
I ular ward services will be held
Dr Powers has opened an office In
i the Ecclea building Boll telephone
I 72C
t Ralph iR Woollfj hydraulic and
reining engineer accompanied by his
I wife In spending a few days In Op
den visiting relatives and friends
The uwcllcsf of all B i C But
I lor
Sunday School Worker Rev W P
Morrltt will hold a conference with
r the Sunday school workers of the
city this availing In the First Prus
byt rlin church Rev Morrtlt is
western field secretary for tho Inter
national Sunday School union and
rb he is passing through Ogden ei
route h the Idaho State convention
vll spend the evening In Ogdon W
Iwcen trains Auyoco having any
problems upon which they desiro aid
I nnd assistance In Sunday school work
will find Mr Merrill a wise and help
ful counselor
You can get your Spring Hat for
onehalf city prices at thc Five Points
Millinery 238 Washington Ave
W F Fisher Brneit NlghTcngnl9
and Morgan P SIlva or Ogden have
acceptd positions ns traveling sales
men with A Schilling company of
San Francisco
Classy smoke Garcia and Vega CI
J W Cooloy of Montollo Is spend
Ing a fow days In Ogden
uGO cash buys a ton of Best Rock
Springs on the market Phono 27
John Farr
G W Urandis and wife or Wells
Nevada are spending a few days in
Sharpen Your Lawn Mower That
poor old lown mower whoro Is 1t2 I
fig It out and telephone L H Bccraft
ho Repair lutiwe will call for and
deliver it
Mr and Mrs R M Davidson of
Boise Idaho arc In Ogden on a visit
or a Cow days
Kodak finishing Trlpp 340 25th
Reopening the San PedroA largo
iwnbor of railroad men of Ogden
who formerly in the umploy of ° thc
an Pedro road arc making prepar
lioiiH to return to Salt I ako to ic
fpt their former poslllons Tho
wall It Is expected will open some
that during the early part of Mays
n6 far south as Cnllonte The ro
uninder of the line will be opened In
alout five months Reports from thy
Meadow Valley where the greatest
damage was done by tho wasnouts of
lust February are to the effect that
bout 1500 men are being employed
jy the Utah Construction company in
he rebuilding of about 140 miles of
ho track which was destroyed by the
great floods
Changes at DepotThe matter of
enlarging and Improving the Union
Depot hotel and restaurant has been
deferred for a time and will probably
ml be taken up again until It Is def
nllely decided as to the character of
he Important changes to he made this
summer in other departments of tho
hiS structure
Throw a KI sTohn DcVnncy last
t evening threw a kiss at n pretty Ogi
kn Miss and It cost him 5 John
ays he would not han done this
lad It not boon that he had a little
more of the 0 he Joyful than ho
needed At any rate the polite Ia2
demurred to tho forced courresy an
a big policcmna was called John Wits
tukn to the station and booked A
Friend of his called this morning aivl
ured his release by leaving r vlti
the desk sergeant
Sheriff From Green River Sherifi
Mall McCourt of Green River is vis t
iting friends in tho city He Is the
guest of Sheriff Barlow Wilson
Conference In Salt LakeF E
Lewis superintendent of the Union
Pacific dining car system Is hero
from Omaha and In company with
Superintendent Fred Gentsch of tha
Oregon Short Line dining car and ho
tel department loft for a business
trip to Salt Lake this morning Mr
Lovvls will roturn to Omaha Saturday
Storm In Wyoming Telegraphic ad
vices received nt Superintendent Jef
fore office this morning state that a
heavy snow storm swept over Wyom
lug yesterday afternoon and from six
U eight inches of snow roll at vari
ous points east and west of Chey
enne The storm was so severe bo
twoon Laramle and Cheyenne that
tho wires were put oat of commission
for a time hut the weather had clear
eO i > o this morning and climatic con
ditions are all that could be desired
DoubleTracking Osden Rapid
Transit company put a force of mon
at work on Twentyfifth street at the
Intersection of Lincoln avenue rc
moing the asnhult sod concrete In
preparing for the new track to bo laid
I I i
Two Fields encloaed with Smooth Wire Fenced Especially
for Choice Horses Number limited
Fourteen Hundred Acres in one enclosure An excellent
I Summer Range
For terms call DAVID 0 McKAY 676 21st St Bell 1407
1 Independent l
to Wall avenue Tht work was de
la > od a f 0w days owing to negotia
tions by the city council regarding the
repairing of the asphalt pavement
The removing or the concrete nn
derneaUithy nsphalt IB qnll a diffi
cult tarki Blasting will nut b per
mitted on the street and tho sixInch
layer of concrete has to ho taken up
In blocks steel drills being used to
cut It loose from Its firm hold
WE HAVE Installed a new uplodnlc
dyeing plant and are now
PREPARED TO DYE all classes of
garments I
Ogdon Steam Laundry Dyprs aud
Trains Delayed Union Pacific pas
senger train No 3 due at Ogden at
515 this morning did not arrlvo
from the east until noon today owing
to heavy snow storms in eastern Wy
oming Tho coaches and cars com
posing the train were covered with
snow and ice and presented a mid
winter appearance The fast ninth
train duo at 1117 n in was delayed
hours for the same reason
Trees Are Planted In Salt Lake
Arbor Day was observed by state and
federal officials who participated in
the planting of trees on the Capitol
giounds In that city Thirty trees
were sot out in honor of tile twenty
second celebration or the lay
Late Arrivals F L Nesbit of San
Francisco F R Whltcomb of Sail
Lake Lay S Cook of Boise and A S
Hall nnd wife of Pocatollo aro among
the late arrivals at various local ho
O H Gunn and F M Klnnen prom
inent sheepmen of Cheyenne came In
from the east this morning on busi
W J fowling and wife and Charles
Monahan of Pocatello came down from
the north this morning
George F Harlcr aud wife of Ro
cheater N Y and J E Thomas and
wife of Galveston Texas arrived
from the east this morning
George Hulot a prominent business
man of Logan and W H Frazeo and
Edward Hale both ot Sail Luke arc
late arrivals In the city
Idaho Fruit Destroyed R E lien
derson of Boise City camo down from
the north thia morning and will be
In the city for a day or two on busi
ness Mr Hondorpon ays the recent
cold wave and several heavy frosts
during the past ten days have ser
iously Injured the prospective fruit
crop in Idaho and the damage effectsc
nearly every part of the state whore
apples and the hardy fruits are
grown As much as four Inches of
snow foil In the northern part of Ida
ho during lie recent storm and largo
districts in the vicinity of Pocatello
aro at present covered with a white
Drama Tonight College Chums
a drama In three acts written by J
Steelr and Gen Washington colored
graduates of the Salt Lake Iliqi
school Is to be presented at the Em
bry Mission hall 287 Twenl > sixth
street this evening for tho benefit of
hi local mission The Steele v
Washington Stock company of Salt
Lake has been engage for the oc
casion by the Willing Workers and
Voll Wishers club
Burolnrc Captured Officers Robert
Chambers and Jerry Kelllher today ar
esiod two men under suspicion of
having been Implicated In the burglar
zing of a hardware store III Salt
Luke Tho men gave their names as
hoary Grady and Charles Jones The
officers found in tho possession of
the two follows three revolvers and
a number of razors that answered the
description of such articles taken
rom the Salt Lake store The Sail
Lake officers have been advised of
he capture
Blaze at the DepotThe burning of
a small quantity of tar on the roof
of the Union depot just before 2
oclock this afternoon caused a firj
alarm to bo turned in Station No 1
rfpondcd A man on the roof with
a bucket of water had the fire extin I
uluhed when the fire fighting appar
atus arrived
Placing Tracks at GradeThe work I
of placing tho streot cur track Ilt
grade on Wall avenue between Twen
y fifth and Twentysixth streets was
begun this morning
The firemen are smoking cigars sent
hem by the Becker Brewery
Miss Lydia McKinnon has returned
to Ogden after a sixmonths visit In
2 12 hours of
solid hiii at the
Jacob Kert an old anti respected
citizen of Ogden died suddenly of dia
betes this morning at 11 oclock at
tho family residence on Twentyfifth
street While tho deceased had been
ill for a number of weeks his Illness
was not considered serious until last
night when ho grew suddenly worse
Physicians wore summoned and spent
the entire night at the bedside The I
man fell Into unconsciousness late in
the evening and did not regain con
sciousness before passing away
Jacob Kertz was born In Austria
flfijseven years ago He came to
America when a boy and lived In New
York for a number of years Twenty
one years ago he came to Ogden and
engaged In tho pawnbrokcrage busi
ness In 1SOS he moved to New York
where he remained until 1003 when
he returned to Ogden and reengaged
In his old business
Ho leaves H wife nnd five children
Mrs M D Goldstein and Mrs I Ja
I cobs of New York anti Sam Herman
and Nnthan Kertz of Ogden the latter
being ongOK d in business with their
I father
The deceased was a mombor ot the
Masons belonging to the New York
lodge The funoral arrangement will
not be made until the two daughters
are heard from It is probable that
the body will bo taken to New York
for interment
You will never experience the full
a8ilrqon fire lUace until you have
tried 9liaivatha Goal1 for gale by nil
> Y
George W EwaldFalls Under a Moving Train Which He Was At
j f tempting Board and Narrowly Escapes Death
ls An Old Railroad Employe
a C
George W EwnldV a veteran rail
roiid man and employed as a switch
man with Permian J G Poormnn of a
Southern Pacific switching crew at
present In charge oa work train In
the Ogden yards fell under a moving
train this morning and had his right
leg cut off below the knee
TIll accident occurred at 7 oclock I
In front of the commissary building
and was due to the fact that the un I
fortunate man Clipped from n loaded
flat car while attempting to crawl on
board when the train was In motion 1
He was dragged from a perilous post
I had no IdoathaL an ofllccr would
shoot a nag for trying to get away
I always tiioughttho city wanted to
get rid of them but I sure got it this
morning sniihjohn Ryan at the
police station us DI flies dressed the
wounds In the fleshy part of both
thighs caused by a gunshot from the
revolver of Guard James Allan
A few moments after 0 oclock this
morning while at work In the city
ccmotcrv with other prisoners under
Guards Robert Paine and James Allen
John Ryan and John Hayes made a
break for liberty Paine covered tho
prisoners with his revolver and told
them to get together and remain In
that position until they were ordered
back to work and In the meantime
Allon started In pursuit of Ryan and
Ran had not pone far when Allen
dropped him to the ground with a
wellaimed shot from his MScnllber re
olver the ball passing through tho
right thigh and cutting an ugly wound
in the left thigh Leaving the fellow
whore he fell the olllcer followed
Hayes until cornered him nearby In
a clump of trees Allen leveled his gun
at Hayes with the Injunction that If
he did not go back to the gang like a
man he would perforate his anatomy
with a ball Hayes throw his hands
high In the air and came out of the
TIll Imtrol wagon was brought Into
use and Ryan was sent to tho station
for repairs Dr Rica attended the
man and ordered him sent to tho hos
pital Miss flies states that the
wounds are not dangerous the bullet
having missed the arteries nnd tho
The Matinee
At the ORPBEUfll
will be a treat for
the children Let them hear the
call of the birds and beasts
and see beautiful well train
ed dog UW
W r
Reserved eats for lOc I 15c
and 25c l
2 12 Hours of
lion by other employe and a few min
I ute later sent to the General hospital
where the lower part of the limb was
Mr Ewald resides with his family
on Twentysixth streot and In an old
resident of Ogden For many yearn
he was employed ns a passenger con
ductor on the Salt Lake division of
the Sonthorn Pacific Ho resigned that
position several years since and re
entered the service of the company
as a switchman three yrars ago Hc
and his family have the sincere sym
pathy of local railroad men
Loss is Almost Total in Some Sections and Even Where Smudge
Pots Are Used Only a Third to Half a Crop Is
Saved More Frost is Predicted
Reports from nil sections of tho
slate are to the effect that heavy dam
age to the fruit crop has been caused
b y the frost and cold of the past two
In sonic localities the loss is
thought to bo almost a total qpy III
places where smudge pots arc In use
It Is estimated that from onethird
to onehalf of the crop has bOon HaYed
Tho fralt men of the country are
disconsolate today the report from dif
ferent parts of the country being that
the fruit crop including peaches
cherries and apricots Buffered great
damage last night It Is said by Man
ager Dcrrlg of the Pioneer Fruit
company that all over the stato the
frost committed depredations that
will cost the horticulturists a large
amount of money
Where smudges wero used In the
orchards of Weber county and other
parts of the state the damage was
minimized hut most of tho orchards
In thls part of the country were with
out the artificial heat and III such
places it is estimated that twothirds
of the crop is destroyed
The orchards of Drf ham City fared
holler than in other sections in Da
vis county the loss Is tiulto heavy
Thp crops of Utah and Sail Lake
counties the heavy frost zone of last
night the temperature going as low
as 22 degrees above zero outside of
the smudged districts IB practically
destroyed From three hundred to
n < > hundred students of tho Brighton
Young university at Provo went out
Into the fruit section and aided In
operating the smudges
At Roy Ice froze to a thickness of
half an inch and tho fruit buds and
blossoms wore frozen stiff At Pleas
ant View the thermometer registered
27 degrees above zero In a smudged
orchard and It was colder than thai
In most all tho outlying districts of
the county The temperature In Os
don as registered by the thermoinu
tens did not roach a point lower than
ol degrecr above zero one point be
low freezing but tho reports Indl
cute that It was much colder In the
surrounding country
rIle forecast for tonight again is
heavy frost
John Rynn in an Attempt to Break From the Guards at the Ceme
tery Wounded in Both LegsJohn Hayes Also Tries
to Escape But is Caught
musclos of the legs were not badly
Ryan Is the man who was scntcnceil
to serve 125 days In the city Jail n
few days ago for vagrancy tho facts
of the case being that ho acted inde
cently toward two little girls whllo
they wore on their way home from
school Hayes was sentenced to IGij
days for being a secretary nag or
one who Is associated with women or
tho underworld Both men mo looked
on as reprehensible creatures nnd It
was rather anticipated that then
would try to run away as soon as
they were taken out to work
Mr Allen says ho did not aim to
seriously Injure the man but that ho
could not afford to let him get away
He commanded the man to stop or he
would shoot but he says tho follow
kept running and I made good mj
Officer Paine says that some of tho
othor men In the gang were ready to
I run when Ryan and Hayes made tho
attempt to get away but he suddcnlv
covered them with his revolver and
huddled them together
Hayes pays he thinks ho has hot
enough to last him for a while and
ho IB congratulating himself that ho
has not a few holes In his legs He
Is willing now to servo hiD time
Arbor dny Is being observed In the
city Public offices arc closed and a
good deal of regular business of the
city is suspended the holiday afford
ing an opportunity for treeplanting
and pleasant outings In different di
rections Government employes in
Ute forest service department and In
the postofflce are having a holiday
their time being devoted to the car
rying out of a cloanlngup program
The students of the schools are
busily engaged planting trees or aid
Ing parents at yard cleaning at home
No set program hns boon made for
them but they all have been Instruct
ed to devoto at least a part of tho
day to putting something Into the
ground that will grow and bring forth
fruit or assist in preparing the soil
for some kind of crop or for a flower
garden They will report al the re
opening of the schools next Monday
morning Blanks have been furnished
each student and he will be required
to make a complete report of the In
diYidusl effort put forth In the due
observance of the day
The rult cf planting 1 Uelnp car
riecFout It tho State Tntlnfttrial school
anU at thc school Yw the Des suit
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t o > O < Dk t at Wrights tomorrow as a d vcr jg
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J J 27Inch Toklo Silk iSc I Hose 12 12c WM 3
o1 25c Borax 18c Full Box Stationery 8c tJ
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gl Q OO Free samples Fluffs Mint Lozenges gQ O
D Moquet pound 12 12c L J
N 7F Wax Rotes doz75c 12 c
Net Waists about 6a
n < 0 35c White Goods 1c I ro 1
D Madam Yale Goods < 1
5125 White Kid
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Blind AI the Industrial scnool the
foicnoon will be devoted to treeplant
lug nnd ynrdcleanlng nnd In tho sft
crnoon the first and second baseball
tcimn of the InfitUutlon will play a
I tryout came preparatory to the match
game to be played by the first team
with tho Welter Academy team at the
Industrial school grounds tomorrow
Notwithstanding the fact that the
weather has boon rather cool dur
ing tho day thc cars running Into the
canyon have boon filled with pleasure
seekers and hundrodB of people have
ppcnt the lay roaming about thin can
yon climbing the steep mountain
sides and enjoying the scenic beauty
of the great gorge
Those owning summer homes In the
canyon devoted considerable time to
removing dead leaves and fallen limbs
of trees from their places and level
Ing their yards for summer use
This afternoon at 2 oclock sharp
n most appreciative and enthusiastic
audience greeted the park commis I
sioners city officials and president of
the Weber Club at the City Hall park
in honor of the Arbor Day exercises
Mayor Glasraaan planted a white ash
tree Judge Hcywood president of the
Weber Club planted a mountain ash
John F Volker president of the park
commission planted a European
birch Frank Drlggj superintendent
of the State School for the Done anti
Blind planted a soft maple and when
the fifth tree was presented the City
Council was called upon to plant the
tree but not a nlnglo member of Lie
city council could be found notwith
standing tho fact that the council had
unanimously accepted tho Invitation
from tho chairman of tho committee
on program to be present anti assist
In the exorcises A gentleman who
It In said wa an Interloper stopped
forward nnd proceeded to christen thn
tree Jt turned out to bo a beautiful
European birch Hu said
Mr Birch Tree may you grow and
furnish shado for tho children unborn
and when the little ones anther be
neath your branches may the foliage
from your limbs be more constant In
protecting the little ones trom the
sunbeams than have been the mem
bers of tho Ogden City Council In
performing their duties on this day
The hit was greatly appreciated anti
applauded by a most enthusiastic aud
Each of the gentlemen above named
as he planted tho tree set apart for
him made an appropriate speech for
tho occasion and all were greeted
with applause
This greatest of feature pictures
the greatest over produced by any
film manufacturer was secured at an
enormous expense by the cooperation
of all tho manufacturers licensed by
tho Motion Picture Patents Co the
negatives having been made by Mr
Cherry Kearton of London who fol
lowed Colonel Roosevelt to Africa and
secured his cooporntlon aCtor weeks
of strenuous effort
The pictures are made In two reels
each 1000 feet In length and will do
shown at the GLOBE THEATER this
city for one week beginning Monday
April 18 230 p in To bring thllc
picture to Ogden anl show them new
nn release day costs us more than
SEVEN times tho price of any two
reels of our regular run
Aside from tho Interest that at
taches to those pictures by the per
sonality of Colonel Roosevelt which
weaves Itself in and out continually
Is tho wonder thnt tho fiercest and
wildest beasts arc actually taken In
moving pictures In their native
haunts Many of those were obtained
under the greatest difficulties after
hours and oven Jays of waiting by
the camera men concealed in tree
behind bushes or screens ofttlmes
Mr Kearton and his guides ran Uu I
narrowest risks of their lives at one
time a rhluocorous charged straight
for the camera when only the timely
discharge of the guards gun saved
thorn from destruction
Some of the animals caught by the
camera are a herd of giraffes a rhl
nocerous mother anl baby a hure
lion which by the way uv > k his own
picture as will bo explained In the
t g0f I
lecture A number of hippopotami v
play In tho Tnna river a herd < > f Inll 4
and zebras the giant land turtl
which lives to be 1000 years oM th
deadly African spider and the Jack
son dancing bird taken 8500 fet
abovo son level and which took son < i
lays to get from a blind or screen
This IB a sight never before witness
liy civilization The male bird lanco
while the hen Is sotting
I A dance of the native Zulus in Col
fircl Roosevelts honor nnd mvlow of
tho native amusements in tholr Luna
Park with the crude Ferris Wh < M
for a ride on which tho charge 11
one glass bead are amusing features
In this wonderful picture
No Exclusive Right has brfa
granted by tho Motion Picture Par 1
onts Co who control thorn absolute i
ly other than that only licensed f
I hlbltors of this companys film ar > I
allowed to exhibit them This rhrj
ole Includes every IIOUBO In OgdoTi
showing moving pictures It Is old
I a question who puts up the price nn
gots thorn first
The pictures to be shown at tht J
GLOBE THEATER next week an
now In the olllce of tho Progressive
Motion Picture Co of this city nnd
appear first at the matlneo Mondav
afternoon April 18th tho attune dot
on which Uioy appear first In the Inn
ej cities In the world
I Those pictures are made from th
original and only negatives In exlpt
once Any licensed houso may obtain
a copy of these pictures but tho stale
mout that any house in Ogden bus th
exclusive right to run them Is un
We havo novir yet found it noces
nary to mlnlond the public In order
to draw patronage to our houses WE
Other bousos may have them for no
See thorn on lie big clear screen
nt tho GLOIJE THEATER whore ox
port operators and the tiRe of the fin
eat make machines bring out ovor
detail clear and distinct A brief di
scrlptlou of ever scene will bo given
as It passes Therell be no increase
in price 10 cents for adults 5 cent
for children under 12 years
Every man who likes shooting and
has a gun and goes to thc Orpbinim
this week will take down said gun
some time today break It open and
take a look through the barrel also
If he is the owner of tho best dog in
Michigan ho will look nt the canines
teeth and feel him nil over because
Frank Stafford and Marie Stone and
Staffords English setter put on a nov
elty act at that hoiiso which makes
you smell crushed yellow leaves and
hoar the whistle of quail way off In
the brush and cornu up straight with
n jerk ns you Imagine you hear n
partridge whirring In the halfnaked
branches above Its a clever hit of
vaudeville to which the man the
woman and the dog contribute their
full share It servos as a moans of
Introducing some clover Imitations bv
Stafford a good song by Miss Stone
and a bit of natural acting by the dog
thnt will make every sportsman In tb
houso tremble in big oxfords and
wish they Mere wearing hunting
Washington April 15A big hoi
in the treasury balance will be mad
when the officials send out warrant
In payment of the Cherokee claim
with Interest which has been pi n > rt
by the court of claims Principal and
Interest will amount to between 4
000000 and 5000000 Payment will
be made from day to day as the den
cal worto Incidental to cancellation of
the claim Is stupendous
There are more than 35000 ben
ficlnrles 23SOO of whom live west of
the Mlaulimlppl rlwr All of them
have more or ies IndIa blood In their
0 l 0 amES ELlEl A
Eczema Acne Totter Salt nhcum etc are simply tho ulceration of skin
tissues causd by
humors and add In the blood Tho circulation has become
Intccted rM with npurltiw which aro being constantly deposited Into tho pores and
Elands of
cutlclo and a continual state or Inflammation and Irritation is thai
kept skin up Just i as long as tt0 humors and acids remain In the circulation the
affection will
cantlnuo Tho trouble may bo temporarily soothed and
covered over with external applications but such treatment docs not make the
blood any purer and can therefore be of
no permanent benefit To care tu17
dlzeiso it ta nec S3ar7 to purity tho blood remove the cause S S S Ouzel
Acne Tetter Salt Bhooa pimples eruptions etc because it la tho
greatest ot all blood urifl e1 It Into
goes the circulation and drives ont ever
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= or acid
skin with or Imparity It cools tbe feverish blood and allows It to furnish tSo
hoalthy I1otU1hmen Instead of flery acrid deposits S S S Is purel
ibble mild an pleasant Ja its ietloa It docs not euro skin dbcaso by fordn
ill the l
oU itaPtZlty to the mrtw > tot stimulate tho excretory numbers to carry to
through tho ntural avenues If havo skin
3ettsr than you any affection you can not do
Purify your blood with S S S It will eazls nature in quickly
cnt xestorthg and lasting the aao ° lh even tenr of the cuticle and tho cure will bo pormaz I
Jg Book on Skin Discaww frco to all who rlte
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