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A DOCTOR'S DIRECTIONS.
They save a daughter from blindness. When * father writes that yours '• is the >rl«i," you can X etliciuc the for statement it thine ing extrava. . w that a loved t*d th I 1 restored to her The best ghter of diseas eaight tienrl) in the world for > . Th li ey edie he tli liât tetter. K do r than de, of N ini S. ( That is why k, Mo., ales i tl .*. c strong terms rd orld. Mv «laughter had a o taking btiged parilla i* *h- best •'Dr. A leine in relap e aft •obi. She : a»Ie floe th arly blind.and w 11 the l relief; t: her A ired h in in a dark to tors could give h :ted me to ilia. Two bottl VW of the di Parsap pletely The thousands of testin lue of Dr. Ave inis to the parilla peut . f< another ave her 1 me to the Ion : •'The doc ? of the relief give her bottl It Ayer's Sarsaparilla di ct< I Dr. Aver' mpletcty c s Sarsaj ured her mon experience to try Dr. a last îesort. It is SALT LAKE CITY DIRECTORY. UTAH IMPLEMEKT CO. SALT I - Mv t . i\. I Mitchell F id Spring Wagons. RtisWord Farm Wagons. Henney Buggies and Carriages. Write for Prices. Henry Wagener Brewing Co.'s Celebrated Beer. Suit, Lake City, Utah. Salt Lake Electric Supply Co. K. II. Airis. P Bloc pile*. Phoned. i»*s. it. W. Nleol Sec. Wholesale and Iteiull !•; ictlng •Il* II«. l.t W. First Hou! h Hi.. ill 1 lit kO. Assayer and Chemist School Furniture and Supplie 0 Office, Church and Library F Web. r & Co., 77 \V. First s<. City. Utah. it . C. F. h St., Suit Luko II A. McMtllt*n, Mauasei The Middlesex Banking Co, ~ Wouoy to loan on improved farms in Utah und Idaho. G07 McCorniek Building. INTER-MOUNTAIN MILLING Go 24. st!in- Street, Salt Luko Citv. Utah. IliRlii-HI l a.li Erle» Ealrt fur Wlii-at unit Crain. Carload lots u specialty. LAMBERT PAPER CO Suit Lake , city. Utah. Everything in the line of Printers* Supplies, Wrapping Paper, I'aper Ba^s.TuI Careful un i prompt attention to , Etc. •tiers by mail. WATCHES! JEWELRY! Good Goods! i Low Prices! M. A. MIM S, ■02 Main Street, Salt Luke us for prie ity, Utah. Write on anything you n<*ed. i Salt Lake Graphophone Go. Write for particulars. Musical and Talking Ma 1Ô0 S. Main St •hlneu. FINI: HHOüÛüHAPH RtOÛRÛS. Ne inferior Wc cum fh.-n.^ruuli-., Vraphophon loom; fin ph <1 supplies I'm l« nd sales Utah Phono s. and Mgr. Main St.. Suit Lai it .. Clins. W. St r. 1 NATIONAL GASH REGISTER. . . Prices fl to ifcir>0. hand a t ( '--«•.i rOi >Nh< , Full lii eof sa I iploK 1 „ M Main. Agt. for Utah GROCERIES Mail Orders and Get Prices j • From W. S. HENDERSON. Who]«-. Dome«*: tli Poultry, ah* J retail deal in Imported «I . ittul Fa 1114.1 Tol l ies. Fish und igiA iöU S. Mai IT IS EASY ÏÏI;!™; » n ^n-uV " 1 ufm a 11.« snap shots bought, fils ifl up. Drop u: It s Cheap! »loalln he bn Make then >y. Such plctur« ..£S:£ Kodak A BUSINESS EDUCATION For catalogue ! address JOS. WELSON, TEMPLETON, 3ALT LAKE CITY. SCHOOL CHU.ÎCH 0PER4.. .a School Supplies. i free PIERCE, j Salt Li*kc <-'it\. Utah. V V. s. Jr% A. H. BOXRUOCO. 216 S. WEST TEMPLE ST. '2WELRY AND » SMALL WARES. MANUFACTURERS OF SUSPENDERS. WItITK I Olt Ot'K NEW t ATAI.OOI'K. WHOLESALE NOTIONS Western mnnr union DEAI.FRS IN \ TYPE . . . PRESSES . . . PAPER CUTTERS . . and . . Primers' SiiP 5 ii 2 s A rc \ ou r OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ^ Old Reliable Lyes Sore? Eye Waisr Cure* hurt wh**r full *1/e b Iflfhh r!i nlrisiol. 1 trrnnuiut<*ü !14u. Don't burn sppMe-1. K«oI* KO<»ti. Samp! tile for23 rt*. \V*> v> am «n u JOHN K. DICK1V OKI u to., • aaii \ a. eye* or 3 vu. t In e ry d drops y NEW DISCOVERY: .i,,. ù 1 :* iJnyV t UltM't I I ■ »■ CLAIMANTS FOR I i writf to NATHAN I I BJCKFOK1», Wa.'Jiingion. I>. C.. they I 9 will TP oivr quick replif- B. f«th N H.Vols Btsff With Corps. Prosecuting Claims since 18 7 8 Hr. I.H.RIIKT PENSION fl VW4VW4WV4VL : II. S. BAKING POWDER. PURE. STRONG AND ECONOMICAL IS . . Just good the highest priced linking Ponder« and costs but half the amount. . . • SOUND REASONING. • ; / ; . YOUR GROCER SELLS IT. All It» I EVERY CAN OF U.S. BAKING POWDER AT THE FOLLOWING HRICES: .. Is Guaranteed 5 OZ. CANS, to CENTS. 8 OZ. CANS, 15 CENTS, »6 OZ. CANS, CENTS. v. j AS STRONG AS ANY ON THE MARKET . r<'z. WHY NOT TRY IT? OR MONEY REFUNDED. . tna-a 'f« 1 ll1 "'""tier Of econemv from many sides. Don't buy an article for use in the kitchen merelv w,,,» .»•„ „ h „„ ,, , WHO^o P *"*'•: JD-'l-t.-.1 in raakh.rf Hie suviiv No artl. le uied in co .kerv will il ve you »« muSi Tv ,'Yr- < e n P ', , U ' F«o<i 34 kite its ■'licit u. u a a».* .goc-J. It combla« all the cssantiai p mts o. yoo u qtiUly of mwUI m akl ?. ffpow ' 3er leavened by this baltlu, irowder. is eertaiu to have delicate and whol, a'taefl»Tor y ,rlal and r " re eoaitdalny Your food , , 444VH*SWV4444U4444V4»aI ; n common experience to have Pr. Ayer'» j Snt sa pnrilla prescribed by a physician. mon experte It is a pi etc of this great 1)1 lire* 1 blood disease. If n d re blood. I>t Aver the' bl re " foil f u few bottles <1 purifying edicine. 11 for s of . it is a spec fo m«iu i in bad Sa i s d. te ing directls ai»; nd glviuf it inpuntie pt'.y eradicate vital ill pro rgy •R the dis. The g ture of Dr. A s tli fi I»* ill is the iical c It fr ly Mipprv pies flow omplexi its sc. Many they push the pirn skin.they raintthe i di der the th subtle the ip<-' d the ) nd some day breaks » that eats i rr's Sarsaparilla goes to kes the fountain clean und the waters It makes the root good and Nature the e rages I j) the body, the root. It Pt a the fruit is good. It giv elements she needs to build t'p the brok stitution—not to br«ce it up with patch it up Send for Dr. Aver'* Curebook, and learn res effected by thi* request, by *he df la tits the surface. St e about the remedy. It's sent free, J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Muss. T< an irritable mind the small annoyances that come every day seem mountains. For a perfect complexion and n rl^nr. Dealt by skin, uso COSMO Bl Tl'ERMILK SOAP. Sold ©v •y where. 'I he army of Germany beasts of eight romen colonels. •'Both rny wilt-and mj.df tin,, brrn unlliu 0ASCARET3 »nd thev are the belt modluiue we li»ve bv. r had In the huusn. I-a»t week my Wife wae fmntio wdli lieudncbo for two days, she tried some of yourCASCAKETS, amt they relieved the p:Un in tier h. ad almost immediately. We both recommendCascarets. ' Ciias. SteukfiGU». Pittsburg Safe & Deposit Oo., Pittsburg, Pa. % CANDY CATHARTIC ^ \ trade mams eeoisrffaio lYÔ Pleasant, Palatable. Good, Never Nieten. \V< Potent, Taste Gooff. Do Gripe, 10c, 26c. fA)o CURE CONSTIPATION. ... kt-n. •t< Llotipf,. I. New Yo.-k. UT ua-TO-BAG Sold and guara gb«.is U» U Kt ; Tubsoco Viobit.*" Remember if you are dissatisfied with the size of piece or with the quality of the chewing tobacco you are using — now get MeAï PLUG and you HI get your money^s worth. The 10-cent piece of Battle Ax is larger than the 10-cent piece of any other brand of the same high quality, and is the largest piece of really good chewing tobacco that is sold for 10 cents. R emember the name when you buy again. M I MM : Mil M 11M ' THE POT CALLED.THE KETTLE BLACK. BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE M j' fi PC LIO The advertising of Schilling's Best In this paper met with such success that a few months ago Messrs. A. Schilling & Co. started the advertising of their money-tmck baking powder. They are evidently well pleased with the results, for we have again receiv ed an order for advertising of their lea and baking powder—this time for increased space. There Is nothing .hat sells so well as a good article—adver tised in the town where It Is to be sold. ttlla "Isn't Charlie rfmadgkins a «dmpMon?" Etta "How, pray?" El in: "The other evening when he ktaeed tne T told him to stop and he did."— P.nxbury Cazette. The Franco-German war cost $8,000.. 000 000 Wheat 4 0 ON its a Bushel. How to grow wheat with big profit at cents and hample» of Halzer's Red Crons (81 lUifdielH per acre) Winter Wheat, Rye, flat», < lover», etc., with Farm Heed Cntalogce I fo.' 4 cents postage. JOHN A. HALZKK ; b£ED CO., La Crouse, Wis. 40 w. n. u. Among the 28,782 students in French col loges, only *71 were women Constipation Forever. Take raacHret* Candy Cathartic 10c or 26c ; If C. C. C. mils to cure, druggists refund mo jey To Ci an f7 per I listed Texas pays each month in addition to Iiis government pay ITse Giant Baking Powder, 25 oz. for 25 cents. Lieutenant Hobson has refused an offer of $1000 per night to lecture. I never used so quick a cure as Plso'a Cure for Consumption.—J. B Palmer, Box 1171, Seattle, Wash., Nov. 25, 189» 'By the sword of my father" is one of the most convincing oaths Frenchmen can usa IValFs Catarrh Care I» taken internally. Price, 75c. Building »tili goes on merrily in Berlin, although there aro 20,(XX) vacant houses. No-To- Dae Hlfty Cents. Guaranteed t bacco habit cure, makes weak t H ong, blood pure. fiOc. II. All druggists me I Tlio Italian state lotteries netted a clear profit of 85,500,900 last year. Tulu Tula—The new Pepsin chewing gum is delicious. Call for it. The empire of Japan comprises today about 1000 rocky islands. COSMO BUTTERMILK TOILET SOAP makes the skin soft, white aud healthy. »'Hold everywhere. Fashionable Japanese ladies, when thej desire to look attractive, gild their lips. Best A. with receiv their for .hat sold. COST OF THE WAR. TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS ARE $300,000,000. Only •D 8 . 000 . 0 n 0 » of Thl, 801 Kxpeml.rl and A pproprtat Iona Will Not He Ki. hau. ted. Hu Bee. Washington. Aug. IS.—Although the •var with Spain lasted only 114 days, it is estimated that it has cost the gov ernment so far 8150,000,000, of which 108.000. 000.has been actually paid out <.f the treasury. Beginning with March 1, wiien the first increases in the ex penditures in anticipation of war be came apparent in the daily expendi tures of the treasury, the actual dis bursements of this account have been : approximated as follows: \ March—Army, 8600,000; navy, 82,400, »0; total, 83,000,000. April—Army, 81,200.000; navy, 83, »00,000; total. 811,000,000. May—Army, 812.000.000; navy, ST, 000,000; total, 819,000,000. June—Army, 810,500,000; navy. So. 500,000; total, 823,000,000. July—Army, 829,500,000; navy, 85, j 500,000; total, 835,000.000. To August 13—Army, 85.500,000; na vy, 81,500,000; total, 87,000,000, Total charged to war department, 665.300.000. Total dharged to navy department, 132.700.000. (■rand total, 898,000,000. I The appropriations made by congress ! *n account of the war aggregated about I >3150,000,000, and cover the time to Jan aary 1, 1899. ARMY WILL BE REDUCED. a El ktaeed did."— $8,000.. at (81 flat», 40 n. u. col 26c jey per ! 25 offer i Plso'a Box the usa toll teer» Will he Mustc Army Is Reduced to lOO.OOO. Washington, Aug 14.— transition from war to Out Until weak The sudden J peace reflected in a complete dullness and clear is dagnution throughout official quarters, instead of the bustle and activity .vhich has prevailed for month» .hrough the corridors of the war and lavy department, there is a dullness aot apparent since the midsummer racations of last year. There will be a large amount of im portant details to he worked out from dvis time forward, a gradual reduc tion of the army and navy to peace footings, the establishment of tem porary and permanent administrations for our new colonial possessions, car ng for the wounded and prisoners ind the relief of the distress in Cuba. The subject of mustering out a part >f the volunteer forces has been con sidered and it is probable the total force will be reduced to 100,000. This today thej ! Blustering out will not begin at once Garrisons of both regular and volun teer soldiers will remain in Cuba, | Porto Kico and the Philippines. ! iianila and Porto Kico will he j foverued through the military arm at ! present and probably the authority rv hich the United States exerts in Cuba j by the same method. ! 1 I I The officers of the navy will not be t ! essened until final peace is assured, , ! 'or it is recognized that present nations may fail and make a res don of hostilities necessary, is the army is concerned, its work i negiv imp Aa far mpposed to be finished otlier than ; jarrison duty which ! ;ai»ed in Cuba and Porto Kico unti' 1 'omis of government are provided fot ! is dll bo main- I •hem. VISITORS AT OMAHA. Attendance It wren «lug »ltd position Paying It» Debt.. Omaha, Aug. 14.—The record of i n ireasing exposition attendance con- ! tinues. The aggregate attendanoe I luring the week was 90,000, distributed I : its follows; Sunday, 7132; Monday, 10.- ! 204; Tuesday, 12.606: Wednesday, 390; Thursday. 17,150: Friday, 13,770: Saturday, 13,000. 15. The receipts for July, the second j month of the exposition, were highly j satisfactory. Fifty thousand dollar» ! nf the iloating debt was paid, in addi- i tion to running expenses. first month, ajittle more than paid ex- | ponses. It is claimed here that June, the : no former American exposition made sc Mattering a showing the first sixtj ! days. j Rossland, 11. C., Aug. 15.—The Cen- ' 1er Star mine has been sold for the big. ' gest price ever paid for a mine in the j The prospect for the remaining 1 months of the exposition is very bright. Big; Mini UK Sale. Kootenai—82,000,000 cash. The pur hasers are the Gooderham-Blackstock syndicate of Toronto, which owns the controlling interest in the War Eagle company. Of the 500,000 shttres of capi tal stock, Oliver Durant of Spkane and Alexander Tarbet of Salt Lake owned 160,000 share*. Sir Charles Ross owned »0,000 shares and the Patrick Largev estate of Butte, most of the remaining ^ 100,000 shares. 8 r Cun boat Ilennlagton Returns. San Francisco, Aug. 14.—The United States gunboat Bennington,which sail. ! ed from here on , a seoret m Î8ld °n» I mouth ago has returned to port. Th j Bennington got no farther north tha Seattle. She left here to search for ai , alleged Spanish privateer, lieved to have been mythical, tenant Commander Moaier, acting cap j tain of the Bennington, has received I orders to relieve Lieutenant Com mander Curtis of the Albatross which , , ' ;iiu ' d '«»m here on Friday for San Jos» de Gautemala. now be Lieu* to Shatter'. Army Leaving Cuba. Washington, Aug. 15.—By Wednes ; j day or Thursday of this week it is ex i ot j P^ cted b y war department officials tha' I all of General Shatter's command wil j I .ave left Santiago forthe United Stute I »* I In a dispatch to the war deqartmer.t ' I tonight, General Shatter says that th, early departure of the troop! j pend entirely upon the .vhich ate daily Vll but about 5,ouo on to He now do transports expected to arrive , c . , . f General , '.halter s corps have already sailed f \his country. nit*o NORTHWEST NOTES. (Jreat preparations are beinpf made at Cheyenne for the pioneer celebra tion. Large numbers of fish have been kill ed with giant power in the Humboldt river. Nevada. Lightning struck a rajich hand in Carson valley, Nev., last week injur ing him severely. The three tramps so badly burned in the snowsheds fires near Truckee. Nev., are slowly recovering. There was a great deal of excite ment around Leajider and Cheyenne over the supposed accident to W. P. Noble. The Nevada state fair this year prom ises to be one of the best ever held in the state, notvv ithstanding the war and dull times. A hritle and groom arc to be married in true frontier style at the fair grounds, Cheyenne. Wyo., upon Fron tier day, Sept. 5. In a collision between a freight and passenger train near Huena Vista. Colo., two tramps, names unknown, were killed, August 13. Josie E. Fink, a 10-year-old girl at Colorado Springs, was struck by a south-bound Denver <fc Rio Orande train about half a mile below town and instantly killed. J. H. Tydeman, a blacksmith at Hill ings. Mont., was arrested August 10th, charged with outraging his little step daughter, Ettie. aged 8 years, and has been held for trial. <.f At Georgetown, Colo.. Mr. Herbert (ieddney, a young miner, who had his hack broken month ago by a mass of rock falling upon him in the tunnel level of the Pelican mine, died Au J is tfust 14. Thomas S. Ilidg-e of Kansas City is in Colorado, in search of two younR women who have fallen heir to an es tate in Georgia which is worth Sfio.ooo. The Rirls' names are Marguerite and Mary Sanders. G. Baker, formerly of Salt Lake City. Utah, who wan in the employ of the Glasgow Mining and Exploration com pany at Golconda, died recently at Golconda, Nev. He has been ailing for some time past. When George W. Howell's circus ar r ved in Pueblo the other day from W tlsonburg. the whole outfit was placed under quarantine by the health officers of the city, and nota person wai allowed to go near the tents or cars. A. W. Stanton and J. W. Blake of ! Oregon are both on the way with trail sheep for Wyoming. Mr. Stauton has | ! 13 '°°° lu ' ai1 (,n the road - ttnd wiU P rob - R,dy fiDd P ermanent grazing in that j state. »Mr. Blake has on the trail three ! flock». 1 Tile Occidental Colony company at I Wellington. Nev., which was organ i " >d nnd 0 P'' rat »'d by Russian Jews. is about to be closed out by Sheriff t Kinney of Carson and the eolonists will be driven from the land the\ have , cultivated. Nearly every farmer in Mason val ; !«}', Nev.. is 1 the Carson is dry, ! '»fries only a small stream. of tile farmers are usinp horse power machines to hoist water. pumping or drawing I water for his stock. The east fork of •hile the vest fork Several Thu lumber for sixteen new homes, to be built at No. 3 prospect, below Dlumondvllle, has arrived, and build ! g Ht that 1> ' ae '' wU1 so,,n b, ^ in Tlle I pro * p f ot developed and will I SOOn be placod "" u,e slli PP>"ff list. Another prospect is also being devt-1 : oped in that vicinity ! if Wyoming. The genuine old Deadwood stage coach purchased by Hon. Colin Hunter j at Lusk. Wyo., for the Frontier day j committee lias reached Cheyenne over ! ! the Denver JL (iulf. i as it did 12 years ago, when polling | great Itlack Hills gold camp, i t looks as natural ! : out of Cheyenne with six horses for the Tin* claim of E. VV r . Whitcomb of ! Cheyenne for S1900, dian depredations, lias been all on account of In ■ed by the United States court of claims, aud judgment for the amount secured. The i j commission is tailing testimony ln the ! ' o* 180 <>f ,he estate of Beniamin Stevens. I ' wt >o was killed by the Indians while j Dvlng near Hat creek station on tIn road to Deadwood. 1 Albert McIntyre. of N. "Rattlesnake A. Me son Intyre, better known as Jack." of Buffalo. Wyo. a rattlesnake . was bitten by The hoy •cent ly. sage tirush to mask was gathering traps.and reached down in the elutn snake was concealed. some , . . ^ r ' nd , was l >la, ' ed UI » d er the ea physician, and the hoy is now ont danger. where the He fter the accident. e of a of While teKcendIng a ladder in the shaft of the Emma mine No. ?, August 13, Lead ville. Colo., Staffaroni feilt., the Irnttom, a distance of 275 feet nn.l was crushed to a pulp, was a single man and came from Scran ton. Pa., three months ago. Staffaroni A reward of Sint) has he en offered for information concerning the who set fire the otlier day to the tl running from Hobart partie* unie creek to Lake View. Nev., and five sections of the flume destroyed. The intention to prevent its reconstruction. was K *>. Payne, a well known merchant ot Rosita. Colo., was struck and fatally injured by lightning one day last week His breast was burned and the shock »* thought to he fatal. The four horses which he was driving at the time ran away, demolishing the .vagon. W'hile riding in a light spring wagon on the road to l'anaea. named Gardner, frort Utah, by the wheel of the wagon dropping into a ohuch-hole was thro'/n from the seat to the ground nnd his arm was brokeD He went to Pioche and had his arm Nev., a mnn se Important to Mothers. Tb« manufac.u rors of CastorU have be«n corn polled to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to familiarize the publie w «h the sig nature of Chan H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated by rrasou of pirates counterfeit in« the Cas.cma trade mark This counter feiting is a crime rot only against the proprie tor* of Castorla, but against tue growing generation. All persons should be careful to •cc that Cattoria bears the signature of Chat. II. Fletcher, if they their children. Tarents and mothers. in par ticular, ought to car.-fully examine the C'astoria advertisements which have been ap pearing In this paper, and to remr-niber that the wr,ipp a r of every ho* tie of genuine Custori » bears the facsimile signal Fletcher, under who o super-islon it h manufactured continuously for years. M guard the health of ,. , , England s ordnance survey map cost 820,000,000. Pyorrhea Alveolar!» is a disease that de stroys the membrane retaining the teeth of Chav. H. b -en or thirty Powdered rice is s lid to bo of tfreut effi cacy in checking bleeding from cuts and bruises. in the socket, looser.ing, nod compelling their removal. It works insidiously and is often far advanced before its existence is known. It is resixmsible for more false teeth than all other causes. Symptoms, discolored gums, had breath, loosening teeth. Its treatment requires special in struments and methods not in general use, hence dentists are ofte powerless to check H. W. A. Allen. D Ü. S. of Billings, Mont.. pyorrhea specialist, solicits advanced cases t , , ,, . , from dentists. Satisfactory references from practitioners and patienta. At Cullen hotel. In fasting feasts the sect of Jains .in In dia. is faraecadof all rivals. 30 to 40 days are not uncommon. Fasts of from Beauty Is Blood Deep. Clean blood means a clean skin beauty without it. Cascarets.CTandy Catho lic cleans your blood and keeps it clean, by stirring up the iazyliverand drivingall lm purities from the body. Begin to-dav, banisli pimples,boils, blotches, black heads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking t ascarets, beauty for ten cents. Ail drug gists, satisfaction guaranteed. 10c, 26c,50c No u Italy leads in the number of crematori having 24. land 3 and France 2. 11 s America 22. Germany 4. Kng It takes only a small cloud of anger to ot out all the sunshine from a face. Don't Tobacco SpTY an* Smok* Your Lifo Away. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netic, full of life, nerve and vigor, take N'o-To Ban, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men st rong. All druggists, fjOc. nr ll Cure guaran teed Booklet and »ample free. Address Sterliuff Remedy Co.. Chicago or Ne Try Aromel, the breath perfumer, only 5 cents a package. Our coast signal service system extends all tin, way from Rar Harbor to Galveston II York. . WInilow'i Bonttiln^ nyray For Hitldr^n tsethlug.soften* t b* g» , rrduc«« Infltm St*Uon. allay* pain, tax** wind cullo. Uoo*ts* bgttla Orange flower Tulu Lulu chewing gum is flue. For sale everywhere. Call for it. The Franco-German war cost $ 8 . 000 , 000 , j m Educate Your Bowel» With ('ascarets. constipation forever If C. C. C. fail.druggists refund money The smallest theater in th© world is I*ro fessor Herkomer's in England. It seats 180 persons. A bath with COSMO BUTTERMILK BOAP, exquisitely scented, is soothing and beneficial. Sold everywhere. Candy Cathartic, lOc.26o. ni Wooden sleepers on railways last about fifteea years. "TOE-GUM CURES CORNS Or money back. 15c at all druggist». Santiago bombardment powder cost 81,- ! » 00 . 000 . i A Beautiful i Present Free in 2, i l.'.j mm * VS! r a I « m « A* For a few months to all users o! the celebrated ELASTIC STARCH, (Flat Iron Brand). To induce you to try this brand of starch, so that you may find out lor yourself that all claims for its superis ority and economy are true, the makers have had prepared, at great expense, a series of ^ *ia»K[tiN0»0KIH0r* NS SUM tref AM M I F.irr tl-:-.i Wt - «« tOtfw, or an stasoh wtu so M At A PdL'tO AND A HALS or Air/ OTHrs rT*acH "It.C.tFuSiHQEft DROS'C? (. K IB A)»; 'sw tjijtl O»M,CMitA ! ! Game Plaq ues ! ! given you ABSOLUTE ty Muviile ' which be given you ABSOLUTELY FREE by your grocer on conditions named teiew. These wh^.V T ' n ^ e8 ,Q CirCUr , nferCnCe ' a,e free of a "V suggestion of advertising Whatever, and wol ornament the most elegant apartment. No manufacturing concern ever before gave away such valuable presents to it* customers. They are not for sale at any price, and can be obtamed only in the manner specified. The subjects arei AMERICAN WILD DUCKS, AMERICAN PHEASANT T , .. . ENGLISH QUAIL. ENGLISH SNIPE. X he birds are handsomely embossed and stand out natural as life. Each Plaque is bordered witli a band of gold. H Elastic Starch HOW TO GET THEM: has been the standard for 25 years. TWENTY'TWO MILLION pack age* of this brand were sold last year. That's how good it is. Ask Your Deafer to show you the Piaques and tell you about Elastic Starch. Accept no substitute. AH purchaser» ot three 10-cent or stx o-cent packages of Elastic Staroh (Flat Iron Brand;, are entitled to receive from their grocer one of th-se beautiful Oame Risques free. The plaques will not ha sent by mail. They ci.m be obtained only from your grooer. Every Grocer Keeps Elastic Starch. Do not delay, 'this offer is for a short tirao only. < wholesale; prices. ^" IF T<»fl WAFT ANYTHING IN THF. Shooting, Fishing. Camping, Baseball, Athlolic or Sporting Good* Hand < ameras an.l Photographic Suppltos, send for give you the best wholesale prices, which cannot be equaled east or i Y'' We also have a complete line ot HA KHIVA It I ; at our ogdeu store plete liLPAIK snoi'S in the country. r new cauiloirue. which wil est. It is freu for the asking, und the most com» BROWNING BROS.' CO. 2461 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. 155 Wain St., Salt l ake City Ogden, Utah. Dr.GUNN'S<^; ONE FOU A DOSE. g)|| | fl rlLLo Cure Headache and L>j-sp»it%U. ■ 1 A ui',Tem*nt of th»* howsl* t*sch day i* DArpstary for health. Th»y neither «ripe iior*ickPn. To con ▼Ido« you, we will tuai! sample free, or full box for 16c. Bold by drags lit* . &• ÏOSANf 0 CO., PNIIA., PA. WAN TED —C'a»e of bail health that IM-l'ANs ro KI SS ft, 1 ?' 1 5 c ® nt * lo . Chenilrai Co.. New \vrk. for 10 am ples and l.uu) testlmoulal*. Will Hast Leaf!) Syrup. Taste» Utsxi. Cso Id time St*id by IrwtlMs TçJ W N. U., Salt Lake — No. d4. ISWB EDUCATIONAL tes* : V -■ » i " WÊ&Bhâtèa& - - TUB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAilE, INDIANA. FULL COUR5B5 IN Classics, Letters ch.. Law, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical l "?' ■leering. 1 '"It Courses"* 11 ,>re P* r * ,u ry and Commercé Rooms Free to all Students w ho have pleied the studies remnred for nth, r-ston i,^ the Junior or Senior Year, of any of the ci, leglato Courses. ! .A limited number of Candidates lorthel'.-i. Biastical state will b© FCt't iveU utKpc 'iitj r . it _, At. Edward's llall. for bovs under 13 unique in completeness of its e-iulrinonts. ,u 1 |g ^f '^'iolueleni PrM on S* 1 MV. A. nuRklbSEY. c. 8. C., kretitlent, St. Warp's fleademp, °"* Milc W '" ** ° f N =><«= D* «ÎSîi'ïî* tionsl work. hs. e.rned Hie roput.ti„n ,,r one of the most th«»MUghly ofjuipped iu\d sur, inHitution» in th * rnitod The Ai *ueint 1 SeÄ ' * th,'p"-l u ref.o l 'aux. onu ilver. All the branches of p ' A Thorough English and Classical Education, Including Greek. Latin, French an.l German taught by a Faculty of competent teachers, on con», pletlug the full course of studies student» rocelri in The Con.erTatory of3luslc Is condoi-tsd *8» Pl»n «»f the bent CMa^lcal Conservatories uf g u " i " nit th '°". I J««î lei pro Su" ded ia lhe rCKUlar tt,lliüU ; The Art Department Is modelled after the belt ArtSohoois in kun.po. _Preparatory ami Minim Departments.^ Pupils who uecd primary training, and thobenf ten ( J cr are hove carefully prepared tor the Acs demie Course and Advanced C Hook-keeping. Phonographv ry variety t»r Fancy N alogue containing full Information, sildrea Regular Collegiate Degree of Litt. B,, A. B. or A. M. I 1 yprwrltlna 81 - it i dlnwork t m tight. DIRECTRESS CF THE ACADEMY, 1 St. Mary s Acalemy, NOTRE DAME P. 0.. INDIANA. kOwE/îÿ B ? «ÇSP8*i| ,1 <§ÉÉr i F/Ç if w*vj »<1^ t '•] - Jni i m «ai * II POMMEL SLICKER WSSSSOUA—MU— M| The Best Saddle Coat. Keeps both rider 1 stddle pt r- & fectly dry In the hardest storms. 1 Substitutes will disappoint. Ask for K 1 1807 Fish Brand Pommel Slit U-r— H It Is entirely new. If not for s.».!e in ft your town, writ * for catalogue to B A. J. TOWER. Boston. Xtass ft f Dear Madam: Your grocer i:t authorized to pay you back your money you dont like Schilling t Best baking powder. No questions asked. •an Fra«.*co A Schilling & Company 4» 'yjBss ëÿ ii ww WvT ^ ^ Ff»U l'ÏTIIEH SK.V Tills oliaiiKu of «iLtt. fCuarant itl (n I to 3 »lay-*. Nm t'l j 'aln park »go, by mal, 81,00. .Sold only by I urs F. C.SCH 7ÎAWJM, C . □ -W »«- DRUCCI 3 T, a "J t*; McCo'mck bldg Mr M*:nA sif j Su. ^ fc* HALT LA ah « i I V, l i ill. __ *, CURE YOURSELF! 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