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RECOMMENDS PE-RU-NA.

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OMMODORE Somerville Nicholson
of the United States Navy, in a
letter from 1837 It. Street, North
west. Washington, I). C., says:
"Four Peruna has been and Is now
used by so many of my friends and
acquaintances as a sure cure for ca
tarrh that I am convinced of Its cura
tive qualities and I unhesitatingly rec
ommend It to all persons suffering
from that complaint. "
Our army and our navy are the natural
protection bf our country.
Peruna is the natural protection of
the army and navy in the vicissitudes
of climate and exposure.
We have on file thousands of testi
monials from prominent people in the
army and navy.
We can give our readers only a slight
glimpse of the vast array of unsolic
ited endorsements Dr. Hartman is
stantly receiving for his widely known
and efficient remedy, Peruna.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. S. B. Hartman,
President of The Hartman Sanitarium,
Columbus, Ohio.
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The Hind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
— and lias been made under his per
tJ: , sonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
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ÂVegetable Preparalion for As
similating tlicFoodandRegula
tmg the Stomachs and Bowels of
Infants /Lhil dr t n
Promotes Digestion,Chrerfuf
neasandResl.Contains neillier
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
Not Nah c otic.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, l>rops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhooa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea- The Mother's Friend.
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GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAY9
Bears the Signature of
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
Aon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET,
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o«ed every washday will make your clothes white as snow and as beautifui as when new.
country use Red Cross Ball Blue and no other. Just try it once and you will see the difference. All grocers sell it. Large package 5c.
The most competent housekeepers in tht
ROWLAND HALL
A hoarding and day school for girls,
under the supervision of the Episcos
pal Church, will begin its twenty*
fourth year in September. 1905.
Parents will find, in thi* school, a cultured home for their daughters, at
well aa excellent educational advantages. Certificate admits to Smith and
Wellesley Colleges. For catalogue apply to
CLARA COLBURNE, Principal, ROWLAND HALL, Salt Lake City, Utah
HOWARD E. BURTON, « C »Ä£",$." D
Specimen price»: Gold, Silver, Lead, » 1 ; Gold SH
▼er. 75ot Gold.50c; 7Anc or Copper »!. Cvanldc tenta.
Mailing envelope« and full price Hit »eut on applied
lion. Control and Umpire work aollclied. Lead«
▼llle, Colo. Reference.Carbonate National Bank.
When Anrwerlng Advertisement*
Kindly Mention Thi* Paper.
W. N. U.. Salt Lake—No. 33. 1905.
cm* »puli' *u use MILL
Cough pyrup. Taste« Good. Use
In time. Bold by druggists.
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PERIL IN PEANUT BUTTER.
One Mouthful Sufficient to Cause Sollt
In Family.
The last case I will mention at this
time was on this wise: She returned
in the evening from a shopping foray
and casually mentioned that she had
some peanut butter. She set It down
In the kitchen,
he slipped out In the kitchen In a
sort of desultory, quiet, and unosten
tatious way and cut a piece of bread
and set about spreading on some of
'be peanut butter. In the dim light,
he did well and got plenty on. but un
fortunately she had not mentioned
that she had also bought some enain
eline for polishing the stovepipe.
When the bread was spread he took
a mouthful of it, the kind of mouth
ful a man is apt to take when the re
straints and formalities of effete so
ciety are far from him. Then he
placed some handsome but unpremed
itated stijeco work on the newly
painted walls of the kitchen, and
from that date things began to get
twisted, and there was not that de
lightful camaraderie that there had
been. . She got alimony two years
later, and it was charged that he had
spells of temper, and on one occasion
went into the kitchen just after it had
been newly painted and filled his
mouth with some black substance, and
then, like a Chinaman wetting down
an ironing, spurted it seventy-two
ways from Sunday. That shows how
unfair a woman is when she gets
after a person she no longer likes.—
Perkin Warbeck in Magazine of Fun.
1-ater in the evening
Reasons for Learning Greek.
An ancient dean of Christ church
is said to have given three reasons for
the study of Greek. The first was that
it enabled you to read the words of the
Savior in the original tongue; the sec
ond, that it gave you a proper con
tempt for those who were ignorant of
It; and the third was that It led to sit
uations of emolument. What a rich
aroma hangs about this judgment!
The first reason is probably erroneous,
the second Is un-Christian, and the
third is a gross motive which would
equally apply to any professional
training whatsoever.—"From a Col
lege Window" In the Cornhill Maga
zine.
A BUSINESS EDVCATION
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In the greatest Western Commercial
school (the combined Salt Lake and
L. D. S. Business colleges) insures
ready employment and lays tbe foun
dation for a prosperous career. Book
keeping, Higher Accounting. Short
hand, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Law,
English, Mathematics, etc. Enter at
any time,
her 11th.
Fall term opens Septem
Wrlte for catalog to
J. H. PAUL, President
• 0-100 N. MAIN STREIT, SALT LAKE CITY
AMERICAS BRIGHTEST WOMAN
Mary E. Leaae Feel* It Her Duty tc
Dear Sirs: As
many of my
friends havfc
used D o a n's
Kidney Pills
and have been
cured of blad
der and kidney
troubles, 1 feel
it my duty to
recommend the
medicine tc
those who suf
fer from such
diseases. From
Recommend Doan's Kidney Pilla.
Mary E. liesse, formerly political
leader and orator of Kansas, now au
thor and lecturer—the only woman
ever voted on for United States Sen
ator, writes:
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personal experience I thoroughly en
dorse your remedy, and am glad ol
the opportunity for saying so.
Yours truly,
(Signed) MARY ELIZABETH LEASE.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sold by all dealers. Price, 50 cents
per box.
Boer Means Farmer.
The word "Boer," applied to the
Dutch Inhabitants of the country dis
tricts of the Cape of Good Hope, is
the German for farmer and agrlcul
turist. The English word "boor" had
the same origin.
DON'T FORGET
A large 8-oZ. package Red Cross Ball Blue, only
Scents. The Kuss Company. South Bend, Iud.
A Limited Bill.
The menu of the Luray hotel Is nol
as extensive as that of some hotels
Topics has stopped at.
comes around and asks:
you have, beefsteak or eggs—how do
you want your eggs?"
The girl
"What will
I do not believe Ptso's Cure for Consumption
has an equal for coughs and colds.—J ohn F.
Botkk, Trinity Springs, Ind., Feb. 15, 1900.
Mouse Leads to Wealth.
While pursuing a mouse, Mme. De
latour of Paris broke through the floor
of her room aud found in the hole a
brass box containing gold coins of the
value of $1,000.
Substitute for Tobacco.
Long before tobacco was introduced
In England smoking was common.
The favorite "smoke" was the dried
leaves of coltsfoot.
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"Hr. Duvill Kennedy*. Fnvorlte Kennedy
•ATed my life' I hail dvspcptila And klrinev diM&ae*'
kx-«a ha lor Albert Merritt, I'&rk i'lace, N. Y. 81 a bottle.
Just Watch Any Mother.
Is there any such thing as being
absolutely unselfish?—Atchison Globe.
SI, MARK'S HOSPITAL
SALT LAKE CITY
O. C. HUNTING, Superintendent
Great Western l.cn and Metal Co.
IXCOftl'Olt ATEI).
Paid up capital t?.VUU0. Wholesale and Retail.
We pay highest price« for Hcrap Iron, Copper,
Bra»«, Lead Rag». Rubber, Bottles. Hide».
Pelt», etc. Bell Plume 24:# 1 . Independent 1821.
Nos. 230 to 240 South First West Street,
HALT LAKE CITY. IT AH,...

When Answering Advertisements
Kindly Mention This Paper.
KINGS ARE BAD DRESSERS.
g ew of Them Shine Except In Their
Gorgeous Uniforms.
The king of Spain is the only for
elgn royalty I have ever beheld who
appears to employ a first rate tailor
for his civil costume. The frock coat
he wore during his visit to Westmln
ster cathedral was faultless in cut
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and fitted his tall, slim, upright figure
to perfection. His hat was also of the
most approved English style.
Foreign royalties almost live In uni
form, and, In consequence, every one
of them, from the Gorman emperor
downward, looks to great disadvantage
in civil attire, a costume to which they
are unaccustomed, and which has gen
erally been hastily made for them.
I recollect many years ago being in
Calcutta on the occasion when the
present czar, then czarewitch. accom
panied by his cousin, Prince George ot
Greece, and a suite of distinguished
Russian officials, mostly military,
made a tour of India. On their arrlv
al, in their brilliant uniforms, they
filled the eye with admiration, and at
every public function produced the
same effect.
Unhappily for them, I.ady I»ans
downe, wife of the viceroy, gave a gar
den party the day before their depart
ure, when morning dress was de
rigueur. Alas! the butterflies seemed
to have returned to the grub condi
tion.
The poor little czarewitch had a
mean and shabby appearance, wear
ing an ill-fitting coat aud an indes
cribable top hat. Even the magnifi
cent Prince George looked burly and
common, while the generals and coun
cillors resembled a party of ill-dressed
tourists in their Sunday clothes.—
Vanity Fair.
Babu Horse English.
Here Is a Bombay native student's
essay on the horse:
The horse is a very noble quadru
ped, but when he Is angry he will not
do so. He Is ridden on the spinal
cord by the bridle, and sadly the
driver place his foots on the stirrup,
and drives his lower limbs across the
saddle, and drives his animal to the
meadow. He has a long mouth, and
his head Is attached to the trunk by
a long protuberance called the neck.
He has four legs, two are in the front
side and two are afterward. These
are the weapons on which he runs,
he also defends himself by extending
those in the rear in a parallel direc
tion toward his foe, but this he does
only when In a vexatious mood. His
fooding is generally grasses and
grains. He is also useful to take on
his back a man or woman as well as
some cargo. He has power to run as
fast as he could. He has got no sleep
at night time, and always standing
awaken. Also there are horses ol
short sizes. They do the same as the
others are generally doing. There Is
no animal like the horse; no sooner
they see their guardian or master
they always crying for fooding, but it
Is always at the morning time. They
have got tail, but not so long as the
cow and other such like similar ani
mals.—Liverpool Post.
Earth's Imperfect Map.
I try to be proud of my fellow men
And the victories they have won,
I have stood amazed at times and gazed
At the great things they have done.
This strange old earth of which they
knew
So little at the start.
With subtle skill they have conquered,
till
They have learned It all by heart.
Not all. for I grieve to say
But. hold!
That, while they have mastered lots,
Our latest maps still show two gaps.
Two dark, untraveled spots;
Two chilly points men have not reached,
For, though they have tried and tried,
The frigid zones the Frost King owns,
Their progress have denied.
We found the Equator long ago,
And tracked it to its lair;
Earth has no spot so piping hot
But men have ventured there.
And some time, in the years to come.
On Fame's bright page we'll meet
The valiant souls who found the poles
And made our map complete.
—Nixon Waterman, in Four Track News.
Drinking Lamb's Wool.
One would think that "Umb's
Wool" could mean nothing else but
the fleece of the Iamb. In point of
faet, the words are also a corruption
of old English, and are the name of
an ancient beverage which, If grate- |
ful and comforting, was hardly a tee- j
total drink. The gathering of the ap
ples every autumn was made the oc
casion of a great feast, for which there
was specially concocted a drink made
from ale and the pulp of roasted ap
ples, with the addition of spices and
sugar. This beverage was called "La
maes abhal" (the day of apples),
which in popular speech was convert
ed into "Lamasool," and this again
to "Lamb's Wool."
Japanese Quick to Learn.
When in 1858 Lord Elgin visited
Japan and insisted on making the
shogun a present of a yacht and also
insisted on arranging a treaty with
him in behalf of England, he noted
the extraordinary thirst for knowledge
and quickness in learning which dis
tinguish the Japanese. Within a week
a raw Japanese crew had learned how
to manage the shogun's new yacht.
I The Japanese commissioners even
took pains to imitate the cheers which
their guests gave after dinner when
the queen's health was drunk, as scon
as they understood that "when you in
th* west wish to honor a person espe
cially, you roar and shout after your
meals."
Russell Sage Back at Work.
Russell Sage has emerged from his
retirement of months and once
more
Is appearing in the busy haunts of
men. The other day he attended a
meeting of the Western Union direc
-tors, and many of his associates con
gratulated him on his hearty appear
ance. Mr. Sage is 89 years old. bn!
would pass for a man of 60. He ap
peared to be oblivious of the Intense
heat.
TAILS WERE ALL THERE.
Wily Greek Butcher Complied with
the Regulations.
A funny story is told about an army
meat purveyor in the Ionian islands:
A favorite device In certain stations
abroad was to palm off goat flesh for
mutton. A zealous quartermaster In ,
the Ionian islands, suspecting this |
practice on a certain occasion, thought j
he would assuredly defeat it by order
ing that all the legs of mutton sent In
by the butchers should have the tails
attached. Tho Greek contractor sniilud
knowingly, but promised compliance,
and for tho next few days every Joint
was delivered In the manner required.
The quality of tho meat, however, did
not improve; on the contrary, It had
a more 'goaty" flavor than ever, and
loud aud bitter were the complaints
of its consumers. At last the mystery
was solved. One day, when the in
specting officer picked up a leg of
mutton to weigh it, the joint fell to the
ground, leaving the ta^l in ills hand
Subsequent Investigation showed that
It had merely been sown on with a
thread.
Plant Drugs the IDsh.
A writer in the National Geograph
ical Magazine tells of a tree growing
In the Malay archipelago, the Anda
man islands and Ceylon, which pro
duces a fruit used in fishing, with re
sults of a remarkable character. The
fruit is pounded up Into paste and leu
In bags over night, after which it is
sunk at low tide in deep holes along
the reefs. The fish soon begin to ap
pear at the surface: some of them life
less, others attempting to swim or
faintly struggling, with their ventral
elde uppermost. In this condition, the
natives have no difficulty in picking
them out of the water with their
hand*. _ _
Perry Not to Be Killed.
Perry Shrum had the misfortune ac
cidentally to shoot himself through
the arm last week, making a very
painful wound, but Is recovering fast.
It would be a hard matter to kill Perry
Unless you cut his head off and hid It
from him.—Mitchell, Ore., Sentinel.
Mouse Leads to wealth.
While pursuing a mouse. Mme. Dé
latour of Paris broke through the floor
of her room aud found in the hole a
brass box containing gold coins of the
value of $1,000.
THE DAISY FLY KILLER
koine—In dining-room, *l««plug room •
nd pla<*e* where
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trouble
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will never be
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Mail Orders Solicited
Cameras Kodaks
arid Supplier.
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Conviction Follows Trial
When buying loose coffee or anything your grocer happens
to have in his bin, hOW do you know What
getting ? Some queer stories about coffee that is sold in bulk,
could be told, if tbe people who handle it (grocers), cared to
speak out.
Could any amount of mere talk have persuaded millions of
housekeepers to use
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Lion Coflee,
the leader of all package coffees for over a quarter
of a century, if they bad not found it superior to all other brands in
Purity, Strength, Flavor and Uniformity?
ol LION COFFEE
This popular succei
can be due only to Inherent merit. There
ta no stronger proof ol merit than con
tinued and Increasing popularity.
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II the verdict ol MILLIONS OF
HOUSEKEEPERS does not convince
you ol tbe merits ol LION COFFEE,
It costs you but a trille to buy a
package. It Is tbe easiest way to
convince yourself, and to make
you a PERMANENT PURCHASER.
LION COFFRE U »old only in 1 lb. sealed j)»ck*ceA,
and reaches you as pure and clean as when It left our
factory.
Lion-head on every package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuable premiums.
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WOOLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
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We collected this money for Mr.
C. M. Plant of No. 287 West First
North street. Salt Lake City, yes
terday, from a note over 8 years
old. The party fought the case
in court and wer.t into bank
ruptcy trying to beat him, but
we collected it Just the same.
We can collect some for you If
you turn them in. Do it now.
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SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
Top Floor Commercial Blk.
FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gen l M|'r.
Publisher* of Rating Books.
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BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL
STUDIES RESUMED SEPTEMBER 7th
Minim. Primary, Academic, Col
lt*K« and Pos: Graduate depart
ments. Special a tentlon to Sci
ence, Mathematics, Music and
Commercial branches Course»
In Physical Culture. Military Drill.
Students are prepared for West
Point, Annapolis and all depart
ments of the Civil Service. A
complete corps of able and ex
perienced professors. A limited
number of private rooms, for
which application should be
made early. For further particu
lars, call on or write to the Very
Rev. President.
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stops discharges, he Us inflammation ana
soreness.
Paxtine is in powder form to be dissolved ln pur«
water, and is far more cleansing, healing, germicidal
tud economical than liquid antiseptics for all
TOILKT AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES
For sale at druggists, f>0 cents a box.
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