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THE DUTY OF MOTHERS.
What Buffering frequently results from a mother's ignorance ; or more frequently from a mother's neglect to properly instruct her daughter I Tradition says "woman must suf fer," and young women are so taught. ^There is a little truth and a great deal of exaggeration in this. If a young woman suffers severely Rhe needs treatment, and her mother should see that she gets it. Many mothers hesitate to take their daughters to a physician for examina tion ; but no mother need hesitate to Write freely about her daughter or herself to Mrs. 1'inkham and the most efficient, advice without Charge. Mrs. 1'inkham's address is Lynn, Mass. ■ .re v -sr Mrs. August Pfalzgraf, of South Byron, Wis., mother of the young lady whose portrait we here publish, wrote Mrs. Pinkham in January. 1899, saying her daughter had suffered for two years with irregular menstruation — had headache all the time, and pain in ner side, feet swell, and was generally miserable. Mrs. Pinkham promptly replied with advice, and under date of March, 1899, the mother writes again that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured her daughter of all pains and irregularity. Nothing in the world equals Mrs. Pinkham 's great medicine for regu lating womau's peculiar monthly trouble* Clots Wages, Thais The tailors' strike recently started Angeles has been terminated by the agreement of all the tailoring tatollshments Involved to Increase »**»■ of their men from $7.50 to 18 50 Per week. es tha ■tats or Ohio, Citt or Toledo, Lucas County-, , Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho In the senior partner of the firm of F. ,T. ( 'honey A Co., doing business In the city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will nay the aum of ONK HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every cose of Catarrh ttiat cannot be cured by tho use of Hall's ( 'ularrh Cure. FKANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 8th day of December, A. D. IHÄ A. W. GLEASON. Notary Publie. Rail's Catarrh Cure ts taken Internally, and Bets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces •f the system. Send for testimonials, free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, G Meld by Druggists, 71Sc. Hall's Family Pills are the best sa [Sbal] Th# March Atlantic prints a vigorous •ditori&l call upon the president to Five the country the facts about the Philippines Yen ten Uet Allen's Foul-Fuse Free. Writs to-day to Allen S. Olmsted. Le N. Y„ for a FREE sample of Allan's Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures •wsating, damp, swollen, aching feet. Makes new or tight shoes eiisy. A cer tain cure for Chilblains and Frost-bites At all druggists and shoe scores; 25c Capt. Charles D. Rhodes, U. 8 . A., in Mw St. Nicholas for March tells "How Armies Talk to Each Other'' with flags, holographs, and flash-lanterns. Ifz L » EATEST OF LCEREALS Spelt! Startled tbe Fandst World la IMP; It will oftptur« «verr heart in 1901. with I«* grain and 4 tou# of hay, eqtta Timothy. yet »ere. nul ne. buy of xe In trod noar. •Obu. of I !.. Oet thare Hauer, th* Combination Corn I« ona of the greatest thing« of the century. _- ... ltUsariyand SSTÜJiu'SSl'ÂS'ïsf.l'^' *' ürt 8aiz8r*s Vegetable Seeds. about Baliser'« Taget able e«*y| I SÄT Vl7A\ f * n *, They ,"rout. groVi,, They are of auch high vitality they r * ,n * >»'*' '■'«ment«, •skill« I,t prltu. every 1.11Wu.mnl thu. For 14 Cents and This Notice flrjw '' r all worth SI, and our big caulog for only l-lo ami thU £ l t am*'o I F r 0rd r« U \£ ftln 260 000 nt w »'Ustonion. In 1901, or for 10c, 10 rare farm *e«d «ample«, ■a. fully worth ftl0.~ * BtMl great catalogue. JOHN A. SALZER SEED CO. /t LA CHOICE, WIC. /V 5«, It Toor Dealer Doe* Not Handle Oar send for our 100 page catalogue, will pay y°u to plant our SEK 1 ) YOGI.LÉK MEED CO., Salt Lake <'lty. SEEDS AWORO it Tali WEAK MEN. If yon auffor from *mp Of th«* wtakneikti or dlvoasos o*u«ed by ig norance exoca* UMflon -If you have N»«a robbed nod deceived un til the mere tnenUoii of the word Doctor' canne« your blood AKK TUI VERY PER SON WR WANT TO TALK TO. We here practiced our Specialties la Utah and California for many yeace We have done nothing © so but treat cbroQio and privatedis eaties. If •aU-TOU \ «[•*»»» pro,«, our skill to siirlnsull «.'H RON IC /!?***** . V publishing thoD.sud. of roluuts t>^MSpeopl«,»l,iu,nat»ob piotur tATT PUBLISH OUR CURES IN PRIVAFE DISEASES B. 0 .US. H would tmra, oouftdsucs. 11.n■. ». s»'l?,«l* ïl **, lu lhu ll!a,s of 'roubles la saa.«sr w»,. Tins Is our plan will lrest you until cured without ssklug f Bi *• P»y s *®nt until you nru cured. 7®« »or reputation lu ourlug enroula Misste,, end to prose », ran cure all Prisai» nr..n_, h ... ssslly. we tjtku all tlieburde EîTa rîJloï.lu " , br ®", rln « f«u first, aud then f ** ', h ' n - Tu " '••rod. You eaa uepena upon our word; an, bank In Utah wifi Bow W« h wï »"?•»?' 1"*,« endorsed m TO CL KK YOU- wltu tbe di. •Mtl «ÎÔ» 1 "* will "O'- demand a tea !?**' W T Î® «"« 70 U. We eure I «at Manhood IreUm a»r.^*" Coh rrhrra. rare vïrùî^L »««• ue.aosor men. Weub, u l u tel, «era varlooeeie in one week or It dun t cost yon a •rtaMrL?n' U |WO UD ,n1 ERKK. b, lettw " *• P* r *OD. (kll or writ« to m just of 6 DRS. SHORES, SPECIALISTS. B« K. Second Koutli Hi. (Harmon lSïock I VPPMds Commercial Njfi Bank,Sail Lakt C.ly, y hi.d 1 ah Senator Barlow'» anti-lynching blit has pasaed the Indiana Ilouae by a rota of 51 to 37. It provides that the office of sheriff shall he vacated whenever a prisoner in his charge ia lynched, and the sheriff must show to the satisfac tion of the governor that he was not remiss in duty before he is restored to office. to to or is If You Have Dyspepsia S«ad eo money but writ« Dr. Hhoop. Kasha». Wll., hot 14*. for Mi home« of Dr Slump'» ll«tor*tlv«| •eprr • paid. II cured, p.) »5 AO It not. It la free. The bankers and commercial com panies of Duwson have petitioned the Ottawa government to allow gambling and dance halls to continue, alleging that if stopped suddenly it will be ruinous, as much money is invested in liquor. Don't »let Foot,«oret Uet FOOT BASF, A certain cure for Swollen, Smart ing, Burning, Sweating Feet, Corps and Bunions. Ask for Allen's Foot Ease, a powder. Cures Frost-bites and Chilblains. At all Druggists and Shoe Stores, 26c. Sample sent FREE. Ad dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. Y. The postmaster-general has accepted the resignation of F. W. Vail as di* rector-guneral of posts in the Philip pines. and appointed C. M. Costerin&n at present temporary, director-gen eral, his successor. Dropsv treated free Dy Dr. H. H. Green's Sons, of Atlanta, O* Tbn greatest dropsy specialists in the world. Read their adver tisement In another column of this paper. There are over 1000 cases of smallpox in the Htate of Kansas. The worst infected district is Crawford and Cher okee counties where there are 500 cases. in TO CURB A coil) IN ONK DAT. Take Laxativ« JIKomo Qoinink Tabi.xth. All druggist.« refund the money If It fulls to cure. E. YY. Grove's signature is ou the box. 25c. From an article In the March Century on "Shopping in New York," by Liilli« 11 ami Him French oue learns how cars fully the great shop keepers keep tab on buyers who keep open accounte instead of paying cash for their purchases. Plso's Cure is the best medicine we ever used for all affections of the throat and lungs. -Wa O. Emdsuxt, Vanburen, lud., Feb. 10. 1800 The foreign commanders have refused a request from the Chinese authorities for permissin to send 3000 Chinese troops to Peking. Don't ache, use Hamltn'B Wizard OU. Rheumatism, neuralgia and all pain banished by It. See your druggist. It is reported that negotiations are in progress for the surrender of all insurgent on the island of Cebu. Mm. Wlnulow'fi Soothing Ryrap. Forchlldren teething, «often* the «umi, reduce« In* flammatlou. allay* pain, cure* wind colic. 2ftc a bottl« The American fleet on the Asiastlo station now number tifty-four vessels. A Colonel In the British South African Anar «ays that Adams' Tutti Frutti was a blessing «a his tuen while marching. British Halted States last year was 41.000,000 lettsrs, as against 65,000,000 with Eu rope, correspondence with the I of Final There is an end to acute sufFeriug whe* It on St Jacobs Oil 1 promptly cures Sciatica A Cough, Pneumonia, Weakened Lungs, Consumption. It's a short story ; but stop at the first chapter by using a for Acker's English Remedy out a the ing go if him It will cure your cough at once and prevent Pneumonia. It will heal your sore lungs and will positively cure Con sumption. But what is the use of getting to that stage ? " I always reccommend Acker's Eng lish Remedy for coughs and lung trouble. It is the best medicine I have handled in my 14 tears experienc«. It has cured every case where tried." A. B. Cook 1 druggist. Bellefontaine. O. Write to us for testimonial* and fre« illustrated book on ('onsumption. 8ol<l at *5c, fiOc Hint BI.UO a bottle. If you are not «atUflert return tl»o bottle to clrujfriBt, him! your morfev hark. H. Ho*-ker & t «».. |*ro|»ra.. Buffalo, N. Y him and vide the aged $10 drew he the that treat and in m IN 3 OR 4 YEARS A?IINDEPEWT; .'GE ASSUMED 6 - 7 .A'"J-«-ï If you iak>- up your sin VYet*t«*rn Cao ;ula. the land of plenty, idii rated p tuiphietk, ■iv u ' exp r cnce> of ho have t>c n jrrow •|>orts of •U*., and full cau txs d-m of i »rtftwa, i* !' i \)l N V. i_.fR ÄJ U\ ihy ■ main ing. ing but ' .— 1 lug wh hi.d w.. app! iKiatlon. I) In, or o BIUk*. Vr- ail 4 , N«J -Û 1 ■ FOR THE BOY'S ROOM, **• ShealU Keep Everythlnl Wlthla It in Ordor. Undoubtedly the parents of ewery tniy feel an Intense and earnest inter, est in having that boy make a succesi of his life. Just as surely do most mothers think that the boy's room doei not require near the pretty furnishing! that the daughter's boys are careless and boys are rough with the result that the boy's is often the one that is put off witl the least expense and the least ami last effort. Naturally boys do not for the ' pretty'* things as girls do; hut the things that are lovely to them they do care for greatly. Boys do not want the fussy dainties that a girl enjoys, but they know when they are well treated, when loving care regarding their especial taste* Is shown, like chiefly to be let alone, to play in their own way; no nagging for harm less noise, freedom to take their boy friends to their does, and that roon car« They room. The wise par ents seek to give their boys a room more attractive than the street corners, or the neighbor's barn, where they can congregate and experiment or plan or entertain themselves, probably from 6 to 15, are the Import ant ones In a hoy's life. If the mother and sister desire refined boys, they will give them refined surroundings; not necessarily silk cushions and lace curtains In their rooms, but harmoni ous eolors and loving thought of what the boy likes, their own pictures; they will probably be very different from what you would select. The early years. Bet the boys chixise Boys will take delight In framing the pictures, with your help in the expense—help them arrange their collections. Give them a good writing Give them as good a light as any In the house. With such liberty and Interest and help, your boy will bring his companions to his home, and he will spend many hours In his probably hours of real industry, which keep him from temptations and give him reliance on his own powers. The boys should be as carefully taught hab its of neatness and care for their as their sisters are. table. room. room After the room has been properly cleaned in the lng they should be held responsible for Its order all day. morn* "HURRYCIDE" KILLS. How Trusts Affect iiicllvldunl Lit In New York. The conditions of life in the business world are more precarious and hopeless today than at any time in the past three decades. This is the state ment of John P. Mowbray in "The Making of a Country Home'" in Every body's Magazine. more The conditions of personal merit and fidelity to ployer have enlarged In our time, long as our employers were individuals who trained and appreciated special fit ness in their employes, and kept their eyes on fidelity, smartness and honesty we felt safe. an em So It was to their interest But all that is chang ing. passing Into corporate irresponsi bility and abstract bosBshlp. Look at our friend Warner, big Arm ten years. to advance us. He was with a He knew every pulse of their business and managed his department like clockwork. He twenty-four-hundred-a-year But the firm joined a trust, gave over the personal supervision of their business to the new brand of overseers and the first thlug they did was to sh-p Warner and put a fifteen-hundred-dol lar-a-year man in his place, know was a man. Do you what happened "Why, he was your friend who killed, wasn't he?" to Warner? was "He committed what the reckless fellows In the Astor House rotunda call 'hurrycide.' ner tried to jump for an electric car, and those fellows have a ghastly humor which attributes such an act to a man who was overdrawn his accounts, has played the tape-line too rashly. But the fact Is, Warner suffered a kind of moral paralytic stroke. He couldn't realize that ten years of scrupulous self-sacrificing attention man's business could end In that War to another way. It bothered him. and it doesn't do for the average man to «et bothered when on Broadway at the rush hour. If he takes his mind off the brink for ment, he Is gone, probably thinking of his children, and the electric destroyer struck him the left side." a mo Poor Warner was on DALY AND HACKMAN. Now Story Told of tho Laste Montana Copper Klug. When Marcus Daly was in Wash ington last it is told that he performed a humane act which very nearly brought a brutal hack driver Into the police court, and was a topic of con versation at the hotel and other places which Daly frequented, caped the vigilance of the local paper fraternity, and is here published for the first time. The story es news Daly was coming out of Chamberlain's one morning negro hackman when he espied a brutally belaboring horse with a heavy whip in an almost futile effort to Increase its speed from a walk to a slow trot, says the Wash ington Post. Daly hailed the driver, who quickly drew rein and approached the curb with the prospects of obtain ing a fare. "Where do you want to go to, boss?" Inquired the negro. "I'll want to go with you to the police court if you don't stop beating that poor old horse," replied the millionaire. "You could coax the nag along faster with handful of oats and a wisp of hay In front of him than you can by beating him from behind. When did you feed The negro complained that crippled old a a him last?" times were hard, that fares were scare.-' and that he could not afford to vide better for his horse, the force of the argument at once and inquired how much the cabman aged a week, and was told that $8 $10 was considered a good wage. Daly reached down In his vest pocket and drew forth a roil of bills, from which he peeled a $20 note and handed It to the astonished negro. "There, take that." said the copper king, "and pul that rack of bones in the barn and treat him to a banquet of hay and corn and If I see you with him on the streets in the next two weeks I'll have you arrested." pro Daly saw aver tir Six hundred feet is the length of the main United States government build ing. Connected with the main build ing by colonnades are two other but Mings, «ach 150 feet square, CATARRH THIRTY YEARS. A Remarkable Experience of a Prominent Statesman . CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON GIVES PE-RU-NA A HIGH ENDOHSEMENT. - # W/fc Y/ H V;." 1 A, ■ V\ NS / W/r CONGRESSMAN MEEKISON. OF OHIO. floD CONGRESSMAN - floD David Meeklson la well known, not only in his own State, but through out America. He began his political career by serving four consecutive terms as Mayor of the town in which he lives, during which time he became widely known as the founder of the Meeklson Hank of Napoleon, Ohio. He was elected to the Fifty-fifth Congress by a very large majority, and is the acknowledged leader of Ills party in his section of the State. Only oue flaw marred the otherwise complete success of this rising states man. Catarrh with its insidious ap proach and tenacious grasp, was his only unconquered foe. For thirty years he waged unsuccessful warfare against this personal enemy. At last Pe-ru-na came to the rescue, and he dictated the following letter to Dr. Hartman as the result: "1 have used several bottles of Pe ru-na and feel greatly benefited there by from my catarrh of the head. I feel encouraged to believe that If I use it a short time longer I will be able to fully eradicate the disease of years' standing. Yours truly, "David Meeklson." Many people can tolerate slight ca tarrhal affections. A little hoarseness, a slight cough, a cold In the head, or a trifling derangement of the digestive organs, do not much disturb the aver age person in his business. But this is not true of the public speaker or stage artist. His voice must always be clear. a thirty WET WEATHER. WISDOM! THE ORIG INAL # \ i ' § ' \ " \ SLICKER \ V • X BLACK OB YELLOW WILL KEEP YOU DRY NOTHING ELSE WILL TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE? CATALOGUES TREE 5H0W1N6 FULL LINE OF SARMENTS AND HAT?' A.J.T0WEB CO. BOSTON. MA55 ! I j DROPSY NEW DISCOVERY, gives quick relief an«! cure* cane«. Book of testimonials ami 10 »At s* treatment f!UtK. UK. U. u. GKhJLVS HO.V4, Boa B, Allant*. ■ t 6tt9«@®6OOeGOO0G9Oen«OHMN999eO9996©e9O0®e«||MM * Worms ! o CASCARETS are a sure cure for tape worms and those other pests of worms that make the lives of children and their mothers miserable. Any variety of parasites that live in the human stomach or bowels, and feed on the substance which should properly nourish the body, are dislodged by Cascarets Candy Cathartic, and expelled ?/' e tablet ^ us ,^ all y driv f thei 2 ou f and persistent use is sure to do away with the unwelcome intruders Many children and older people suffer from worms without knowing it, and get thin and weak, although their appetite is good. The best way to find out is to take Cascarets. Never accept a substitute! O u .«v*k ..4 call»., "> j, u>. n>_ of ho». ,~ — Brooklyn CSti*.». *** woros e!«hu«n fact long a! least came ou ta* scene after do, sakiug two CASCARÄTS. This I am soro has caused my had health 1er the past three years iTrn still t akiaç Casesreu. the only cathartic worthy of s et te e hy sensible people •• sis to O t, in » ob 4 the thn, pi-* set. eruf in L by r retia O - 6 n © *vine T . ex © Tb« judge be~ww to ead«r«tand, and b*-' : BEST FOR BOWELS AND LIVER. © THIS IS © 10c. tu © 25c. 50c. R I : © I NEVER SOLD IN BULK. the tablet DRUGGISTS ke»d^,T?'h SCAMAXTlr 1 ) TO CtXIi ri, nif**f* »«• AN« Arst Wz me CAB mllllwa boira m year, tr«*tcr th»n mmw ï? wutter whist ell. yen Mart twdey. E»« Will bleaa tine d«t you tint Btftrted tke noo k IV«*« ky u»|l. Addt RlftLoSin oftor mm\mm ou© ^-Vrrr-JlaYÄe-ar" KDY C9.. I«w Ton me «Ate««*. ••••••••• lungs perfect, digestion undisturbed, | Hence the popularity of Pe-ru-na among the leading actors and actresses of this country, s» v They have come to regard Pe-ru-na as indispensable to | their success Their I im*- profession is so I ' exacting that it re j quires | MM»* * VER. health | " îwlilnA. particular, ' ~~ ; T perfect in every They P regard Pe-ru-na as their friend and safeguard, letters are received from this class of people. Miss Car rie Thomas, in speaking of Pe-ru-na, says: "I have used Pe-ru-na with splen | did results. Would not be without it. No , money would hire me to have a settled cold or chronic cough, or hoarseness, [ Catarrh is the most dreadful thing that I could happen to one of my profession Many Miss Carrie Thomas Pe-ru-na is my shield and protector against this most undesirable disease." —Carrie Thomas. If you do not derive prompt and sat isfactory results from the use of Pé rima, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your and he will be pleased to give you his valuable advice gratis. Address Dr. Hartman. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus Ohio. i-.ase Ideal Press A Light. Fast. Substantial and Con,enient Hand Cylinder. J Tho impression is made by a solid I steel cylinder, which runs in steel i anti-friction roller bearings, tills s dura bility ease of oper on Anim es s i o n is mil ati [âj P tak by each rd back tiou of the cyl inder, und runs so easily that it _ boy or girl of fifteen can operate it without •rtion. ni mo Patenter. For Halo by WESTERN NEWSPAPER UNION, ! 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No amount of persuasion can induce those who have used these great skin purifiers and beautifiers to use any others. CUTICURA SOAP combines delicate emollient properties derived from CUTICURA. the great skin cure, with the purest of cleans ing ingredients and the most refreshing of flower odors. No other medicated soap is to he compared with it for preserving, puri fying, and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair, and hands. No other foreign or domestic toilet soap, however expensive, is to be compared with it for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Thus it combines in ONE SOAP at ONE PRICE, viz. » TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, the BEST skin and complexion soap« and the BEST toilet and baby soap in the world. women nur once Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor. J • Consisting of CUTli.ua* Soap (26c.) . to cleunse the skin of arums and ■ «caiee aod soften the thickened cuticle; ('utu iuu Ointmcjjt (00c.). % II 1 I&jll i in« mtly allay itching, intUminatiou. and irritation, and soothe and boal; and Outicuua Rssolvsnt (Aoo.), to cool and olaanse the Wood. m A rT gm, t Af s A Kit la often «uflàdem to cure the most torturing, diartfiiring, \|* I \| Jla »nd humiliating *k ni «oui p, awl blood humors, with loasof hair, whop wfca I § vlifctl all else fails. Soid throughout the world. Salt lake Electric Supply Co Nô v\ Best Cough Kyrup. Ta* tea Good. Use intime. Sold by druggiata. lylitiLfU Ir Electric Li ht Plants. Acetylene Gas Light Plants. Wholesale Electric Supplies, Westinghouse Motors and Dynamos. Salt Lake City, Utah Lo Ik. TEL. NO. 6 . W. N. U.. Salt Lake-No. 11. 1801