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' i "fl ' Mrs. Hughson, letter follows, is another woman in high position who owes her health to the use of Lydia E Pinkham s Vegetable Compound "Dear JIhs. Pinkham: I suffered for several years with general weakness and bearing; -down pains, caused by womb trouble, ily appe tite was fitful, and I would lie awake for hours, and could not sleep, until I seemed more weary in the morning than when I retired. After reading one of your advertisements I decided to try the merits of Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound, and I am so glad I did. Koone can describe the good it did mo. I took three bottles faithfully, and besides building up my general health, it drove all disease and poieon out of my body, and made me feel as spry and active as avouiiggirL Mrs. Piukham's medicines are certainly all they are claimed to be. Mrs. M. E. IIuqimox, 347 East Ohio St., Chicago, UL Mrs. Pinkham Tells How Ordinary Tasks Produce Displacement Apparently trifling incidents in women's daily life frequently produce displacements of the worab. A slip on the stairs, lifting during menstruation, standing at a counter, running a sewing machine, or attending to the most ordinary tasks m iy result in displacement, and a train of serious evils is started. The llrst indication of Buch trouble should be the signal for quick action. Don't let the coniition become chronic through neglect or a mistaken idea that you can overcome it by exercise or leaving it alone. Store than a million women have regained health by the use of Lydia E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound. If the slit'li test trouble appears which you do not understand write to Mrs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., for her advice, and ft few timely words from her will show you the right thing to do. This 'l vice costs you nothing, but it may mean life or happiness or both. J! acne, due a lew i Vegetabl new and 1 happy, an 1 1 is, and 1 1 I 1 Lyd Compound health to women who the worst forms of female complaints, that bearing-down feeling, weak back, falling1 aud displacement, of the womb, inflammation ot the ovaries, and all troubles of the uterus or womb. It dissolves and expels tumors from the uterus in the early stage of development, and checks any tendency to cancer, ous humors. It subdues excitability, nervous prostration, and tones up the entire female system. Its record of cures is the greatest in the world, and should be relied upon with confidence. $5330 FORFEIT " ws cannot forthwith aUv testiruouials. vhiob will rill prore Lydia STQC KS BOVCHT AND SOLD ON MAR GIN OR. FOR. CASH. - . We have a special department Tor buying aud selllnif Strwks anil Bonds for Immediate deliv ery. Invesiora and bankers will suve time and money by giving us tbolr orders In that line. . . COKUESPONDIKOS SOLIC1TKD. We otter upeclal Inducements and liberal i-ommislons lo oui of town correspundenia. Our book of Information ' How To Sncculute," mailed free, uoso DISTANCB PHONBfWD. Member! Sill Lake Mining Exchange HEADQUARTER OFFICES ROOM 211-212 D.f. WALKER BL'K. 5LT LAKE CITY UTAH. The FREE llomesfc ' LANDS OF mm5Z Wootorn m Carta Are the STAR ATTRACTIONS for 1904. Millions of acres of magnificent Grain and Grar im lands to be had as a free gift, or by purchase .., nauwiir companies, l.tnu loiporatlons, etc. THE GREAT ATTRACTIONS Oood Crops, delightful climate, splendid ehool system, nerfert social annlltlnn. eirept lonal railway advantages, and wealth .. iimii'ure acquirca easily. Sl,n?'p"!rion of wee'n Canada Increased n7wl. , b!' ""'"isrstion during the past year, orer au.(Xi bems Americans. Write tonaarest sutborised Canidian GoTermenl ( r cll,dln Atlss snd other infonnstion 1, J , '.'s' Sllt"- of ln"irtion.Ottaws.Csnsdsl KN J. DAV1F.S, KOOM6. DUNN BLOCK. CEN AVtNLE. GKKAT FALLS. MONTANA. Te C. A. SMURTHWAITE PRODUCE CO. OGDEN, UTAH. Buyers and Sellers of GRAIN fc OAK' LOTS OVLT. Liu? Arrne AH Kmd,- "riuj OtEDa Anj QusntltT. sna for MT iini.trainl rrrt heeS t:stslnue and . i, A""1" Bojklrt. Menllnn tills I'spsr. wablulii 14 Years-last Counts for Somethiar. J5 5,0 GO COPIES STANDARD PIECES, iSiS.?PI8 'tpai I.OO. Spod to-day for cu- Wrtt. ,n A bis BftYlrifr to yoo, hn J. rl 1 r ca,ft'oiP't! na prtcf. jnan t onrft fur catftloipie nd prim idtf iiI?5,McK"MON Bnos. music co. "w "aahlnaton ve. Ogdan, Utah. '- asfsi'T itivaiisn When Answering Advertlsemant Kindly Mention This Paper, :yCOM55IJ5!$rit gyCKKS,BONO.iApROVISIONS. of Chicago, whose Mrs. Lelah Stowell, 177 Wellington St, Kingston, Ont., writes: ( "Deak Mrs. Finkitam: You are indeed a godsend to women, and if they all knew what you could do for them, there would be no need i of their dragging out miserable lives in agony. "1 guttered, lor years with bearmg-aown pains, womb trouble, nervousness, and excruciating head, ache, but a few bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham'B Vegetable Compound made nie iook ad promising to me. 1 am iight and , and I do not know what sickness '. now enjoy the best of health." Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable can always be relied upon to restore thus suffer. It is a sovereign cure for produce th original lettors snd slgnatarai of tnur absolute eennlnsiiw. , E. lnkbain Medicine Co Lynn, Maas. Subsidized Steamers. A new Italian line of steamers U run to China receives a government subsidy of $913 000. A Russian line has been established from Odessa to New York via Naples and Marseilles. Qnlt Coughing. Why cough, when for 35c and this notice you pet 2!i doses ot an abso lutely guaranteed couuh cure in tablet form, postpaid. WW. DRUG CO., LA CRObSK, WI3. (W. N. U.) Fireproof Flooring. Architect Stewart of Lucerne, has patented a new system of concrete flooring, consisting of hollow tubes snd mortar and iron. It Is fireproof. I do not believe Plso's Core for Consumption has an equal for couxhs and colds. Jobs V Botbii, Trinity Springs, Ind,, Feb. 16, 100. Dust In the Air. Approaching the great ceuter of population the quantity of dust held in suspension by the air increase! enormously. According to Sir James Crlchton Browne, the air of London contains 160,000 proportional parta of dust to Paris' 210,000, while In Argyl. shire, Scotland, there are only 200. FLOUR OGDEN'S BEST -AND- PHOENIX HIGH PATENT MADE BV 06DEN MILLING & ELEVATOR CO. OGDEN, UTAH. Sacred Heart Academy OGDEN, UTAH. ii 4. .' 'jfiiirTirrra., jWStfia"'- Conducted by SISTERS OF THE HOLY CROSt SEND FOR CATALOGUE. Demand the Utah Hand Mads Horsa t Collar from . kV CO-44 your dealer sV yfusy Superior fciy. to ths ma- IVIMUU YOU will never have trouble with hams hold B. C. MORRIS FLORAL CO. Best Floral Designs For All Occasions. Prompt snd Ca ratal Atiantios Sivsa U HaU OrSaf. HOMES KHI-esS. SALT LAKE CITY i. x r-r "( i . ' sm uii KM. AFTER SEVEN YEARS MURDERERS OF A SALT LAKE MIStR BEHIND THE BARS. An Almost Forgotten Crime Brought to Light by the Betrayal by His Wife of One of the Murderers. It Is believed that a murder mystery of seven years' stantllng Is about to be cleared up In Salt Lake City, three men, Georgo W. Muncy, John Rice and Abo Hunter having been lodged In Jail, charged with the murder, on tho night of February 25, 1897, of Fred Buetler, a miserly umbrella-mender, who was found strangled to death In a cabin In Salt Lake. In a signed confession made before Sheriff Emery and County Attorney Westervelt, Muncy states that on the night In question he and John Rice and Abe Hunter went to Buetler's cabin for the purpose of robbing the old man of $1,000 In money which they under stood he had concealed lu the house; that he (Muncy) threw Buetler on the bed and held him down while Rico stuffed rags in his throat to stifle his cries for help, and that, after proceed ing thus far they were frightened by WHEN THE INDIAN S.HI MS A section of Senator Quay's territorial representing the territory some one knocking on the door, when the three would-be robbers made their escape, leaving their victim alone In his death struggles and without even looking for the money which led them to commit the crime. The man Muncy was never suspect ed of any connection with the murder of Buetler until very recently, when be lot fall some slight allusion to it In conversation with his wife, who re ported what he had said to the officers. Muncy, the man who makes the confession, is 56 years old and a Vir ginian by birth, and is said to come from a good family. When a young man he emigrated to Illinois, and at the breaking out of the civil war en listed In the Forty-eighth Illinois reg iment. At the close of the war he was discharged with the rank of sergeant, and at 'once re-enlisted in the regular army, serving three years. Following this service he drifted to the far west and has lived In Utah, Idaho, Wyo ming and Montana. John Rice, one of the trio behind tho bars, was arrested on suspicion at the ONE CURE FOR Must Pay the Penalty. The supreme court of Missouri has affirmed the judgment of the lower court which found Fred Lewis, alias Fred Collins, the Union bank robber, who, with William Rudolph, murdered Charles J. Schumacher, a Pinkerton detective, In resisting arrest in Janu ary, 1903. guilty of murder In the first degree, and fixed March 11 as the date of bis execution. Rudolph escaped from the St. Louis city Jail and is still a fugitive from Justice. Russia Striving for Peace. One of the highest officials in Lon don, who has been Intimately ac quainted with every possible detail of the Russo-Japanese negotiations up to the present, makes the following state ment: "I am convinced that the delay In sending Russia's teply Is not for the purpose of enabling the Russian gov ernment to make further preparations for war, but that Count Lamsdorf is honestly trying to bring the matter In dispute to an amicable settlement, and I believe ths ceace party will triumph. i ..... Amu rmtvi, time of the murier, but was released from lack of direct evidence. Boon after hts'dlscharge John Rice went to Tooele Aounty, where he en gaged In the shep business, and was later married, hating now a wife aud several children, iand with his depar ture the murder of Buetler was prac tically dropped ss an l.npenotrable mystery. j Both Rice and j Hunter deny all knowledge of the crime with which they are charged,1 but It Is claimed that Rice lias let fall several remarks which It will be hard for him to satis factorily explain. It Is Bald that, when he was found at Orantsvllle and In formed that Sheriff Emery wanted to see him, ho exclaimed: "What in does the sheriff want with me; It must be about that Buetler rase." Tho (statement Is ma le that Wunoy and hiB wife frequently quarreled, and that be had threatened to have her sent to the insane asylum. She, In a spirit of revenge, gave tho oflleers a clue which led to Mnncy's arrest. ALMOST A CYCLONE. High Winds Sweet Over Colorado and Wyoming Towns. High winds prevailed Monday along SENATOR TAKES HIS SEAT., bill provides that one of the senators shall be of Indian descent. the eastern slope of the Rocky moun tains in Colorado and Wyoming and considerable damage to property was wrought. In Deliver two men lost their lives as a direct result of the gale. Charles Ormsby and William Daniels came In contact with a live electric wire which had been blown from its fastenings into tho street and were instantly killed by the shock. Reports are being received from points In northern Colorado telling of the destruction of farm buildings and haystacks In the country districts, and the falling of trees, small buildings, chimneys, etc., in the townB. Five Children Cremated. At 2 o'clock Tuesday morning the residence of Peter Christiansen, at Council Bluffs, Iowa, was destroyed by lire, his five children, ranging in age from a babe In arms to 11 years of age, burned to death, and Mrs. Chris tiansen burned bo that she will dio. The husband was in the country at tho time. No one knows how the fire sarted. The dead: Edna. 11 years; Frank, 8 years; I.IIa, 4 years; Jaue, 8 years; baby, S months. THE BOY BANDIT. Fell Dead at Sweetheart's Door. Henry Schmidt, Jr., partner in an upholstorlng firm, dropped dead at the door of his sv eetheart's home in New York City, In his pocket was found a wedding ring. Schmidt planned to be married some time ago, but the wed ding did not take place, owing to relig ious differences. He was determined, however, to marry the girl, and after sovoral days called aiialn at her home. At the door he was told she had gone out for a drive with another suitor. Schmidt started back and fell dead. War In Uruguay. Advices received from Montevideo, Uruguay, say It Is officially admitted that 1.600 government troops operating against the Insurgents have met with a reverse at San Ramon. Later re ports show that the Uruguayan forces met with disaster and not a reverse at San Ramon. The revolutionists captured the ammunition of General Munoz, the commander of the govern ment troops, though Muno2 saved bis guns. Two regiments of national guards at Montevideo have been dis banded because of their mutinous conduct WOMEN Colds Invariably PE-RU-NA Both Miss Uoso Gordon, 2,103 Oakland Ave., Oakland Huiglita, Madison, Wis., writes: "A few jreara ago I caught at severe Bold, which resulted In chronlo bronehltia and catarrh. Our fmi.lly plijaU'lan pre scribed medicines which gave temporary relief only. I began taking- Ferunai and Improved Bt once. Two buttles cured Die. I reoomuiend 1'eruna to nil aufferera, and am most g-rutuful to you for your valuble medicine." Miss Rose Uordon. Washington, I. C, 8O0 H stmt, N. W. Dear Dr. ITurtmaui "I nsed to think that the doctors knew all about oar aches and pains and were the proper ones to i consult when sick, but since I have been lick myself I ccrtaluly had good reason to change my mind. During the winter I raught a henry cold, which developed Into catarrh ot the brourhlul tubes and an Influined condition of tho respiratory organs. The doctors were afraid that pneumonia would set In and prescribed pills, powders aud packs until I sickened of the whole thing, as I did not Improve. One of the Indies in the Home bad a bottle of 1'erunn and she advised me to try that. Shortly after I began using It I felt that I bad found the right medicine, ASK YOUR DRUGCIST FOR TOO GOOD A LIAR. Why Acquaintanceship of Long Dura tion Was Severed. "Oh, yes, I know the plaintiff very well," said a witness recently In a damage suit. "I used to visit him at bis shop evory day and swap lies with him." "Used to?" queried the examining counsel, "what do you mean by that?" "Just what I said," retorted the wit ness. "I used to go there." "Oh," said the attorney, "you don't visit htm any more? Did you have a falling out?" "Well, not exactly, I Just quit going there." "Tell tho court why," said the attor ney. "Well, Judge," said the witness, screwing hlniHolf around In the chair and facing him. "Ho told me once he had a brother who could Jump forty teet into the air and remain up for twenty seconds." Underestimated Alcott. Senator Hoar In his autobiography said of A. Dronson Alcott: "I am ashamed to say that we thought Mr. Alcott rather stupid. Emerson once told him: 'I got together some peo ple a little while ago to meet Alcott and to hear him converse. I wanted them to know what a rare fellow he was. But we did not get along very well. Poor Alcott had a hard time. Theodore Parker came all4tuck full of knives. He wound himself around Alcott like an anaconda; you could hear poor Alcott'i rnneq crunch." Mrs. IVInsIow's Hoothlnir fiyrnp. Tot c hllilren tectlilntr . s"ftcni the ir'inis, reduoes tn Lisuua. Sim) spurn, cures wlnucullu. &t s bolus. The Worst Class of Bores. Few men are more to be shunned than those who have time, but know not bow to Improve It, and so spend it in wasting the time oi their neigh bors, -talking forever though they have nothing to say. Tryon Edwards. Stops the Cough and WurkH OfT tho Cold Laxative Brotuo Quluino Tablet Price 25o. Coffee Imports. The Imports of coffee at New Or leans for 1903 were In excess of a million bags. In no previous year have the imports of that commodity been so large. Balzea Karllost Can& Another now thing. Can be cut six times during a seanon and sprouts again wlih lightning rapidity. Next to Balzer's Teot-lute it will itiaks more green fodder than anything else; cheap as dirt and grows everywhere. OI ralzT's Renovator Grass Mixture, lust the thing for dying out pastures and meadows, Mr. E. Rnppold, East Park. fla writ'.-, "I sowed Salzer's Grass Mixture on soli 'so poor two men could not raise a fuss on it,' and In forty-one days atti-r Bowing I had the grandest xtanrl of grass In the county. Balzer's Grans Mixtures sprout quick ly and produce rnormously." 100,000 barrels choice S"ed Potatoes. SALZKK'S NKW JiAHOXAI. OATS. Here Is a winner, a prodigy, a mar vel, enormously prolific, strong. healthy, vigorous, producing In thirty states from 1MI to 300 bu. per acre. You bad best sow a lot of It, Mr. Farmer, In 1904, and in the fall sell it to your neighbors at 1 a bu. for seed. JC6T 8ISD 100 IK STASIFS to the John A. Salzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., and receive In return their big catalog and lots of farm sesd samples free. (W. N. V.) To Test Fsrm Machines. The Agricultural Society of Lorn bardy has decided to found and main, taia In Milan a trial station for ths ths tWJng oi turlcuiiur! ruachiaiav ARE ESPECIALLY LIABLE TO Result in Catarrh Which Sets Up a Host of Distressing Diseases. .,.,.,.,,..,.., Protects and Cures a Cold-Read Proof I used two bottles and they restored me easily and pleasantly to perfect health. While my stomach was very delicate, Perona did not nauseate) sue In the least, but gave me a good appetite, and I wish to express my gratitude to you for restored health." Miss Kosalle Von Strueunlug. CATCHING COLD Is the Beginning- of Most Winter Ailments Pe-ru-na Protects Against and Cure Golds. There Is no fact of medical science better established than that a toaspoonful of Po runa before each meal during the winter season will absolutely protect a person from catching oold. Now, if this is true (and there is no doubt of it), thousands of lives would be saved, and tans of thou sands of cases of ohronio catarrh pre vented, by this simple precaution within reach of every one. Alter a cold has been contracted a tea spoonful of I'eruna every hour will shortly cure it, leaving no trace of it behind. After chronlo catarrh has become estab tabllshed, or the first stages of ohronio bronchitis or consumption hare been A FREE PERU-NA ALMANAC : JfSHU III HALL'S CANKER AND POS) THl MOUTH, THROAT, STOMACH AND BOWELS.... NEVER NBlden-Judson Drug Co., General p SEEfyPOTATOBSil id 500.000 BUSHELS largest $ttd potato grokurtm tht kforldt Klftfrant clock. Trinnloti ylc-ldc iiom 400 to 1000 buuiu'la par acra, FOR 10 CENTS ndthiinottoewsswidyoa lot of ft.rm aed sjumrle and btc; RaUloftua, UUlDg JUroi.tTHitntPftt'lt& PvAoat, AtrW jswiu iMsiyr-y, niiULniiii matt, uroniLW. SEEDSSEEDSSEEDS FRESH AND RELIABLE UNO PON CATALOGUE. SCHWARZ & HEINECKE a s. sicond south st. marHONS sos. SALT LAKE CITY ALFALFA SEED BAILEY & 80NS 61 E. lecwd Kauth St.. Salt Lass City ars hcadouartflra for the bast quality Alfalfa ScxkIs: aitio (JrsNS and Garden Seeds, Grain, tluv. eb. In seed hu.ln. 40 joars. Mull orders given speclnl attention. GREGORY,- SEEDS Buoceanfnlly Cstsloaue free. 4..H.IInW7S If a century, CAPSICU'i VASELINE (PCT TP IW flOLLAPltBLl TV 9) K BiitnHtuU for td ufi ior to itiuHard or any otber platter, ami will not blittar the moil 4elieat kn. The tMin-ailayirif and curain-e qualities of this article are woadetfiiL It will stop the toothache at once, and re Here head ache and sciatica, Wererommcnd it as the best and safest asternal counter-irritant known, alto as an external remedy for pains in the ehest and stomach and ail theumaric neuraliic and fouty complaints. A trial will prove what we claim for it. and it will be fonnd to be invalu able in tba household. Many people say "it Is ths beet of all your p re pars t ions." Price 1 cents, at all drutante or other dealers, or by ten dint this amount to us In postage siarors we willseod yon a tube by mail No article should be accepted by the public unless the same osrriea our label, as otherwise it notgeomne. CHB5PBWOUOH MPO. CO., 17 State Street, New Yoai CiTT. I ' f ij-3Sl vUH OTUU lUrHOMHlUAt t Wi If . i I i t ! JS L i J IVJ sfr;A&3 sown 6r nearly '"'s.ijir.iay JO -VW OLD reached, it will take much longer to effect a euro. It seems strange that ns well known and well established as these facts are any one should neglect to profit by them, ana yet no doubt there are many who pay little or no attention to them and go on catching cold, acquiring chrouio cuUrrk', bronchitis and consumption. Catarrh Kay Permeate the Whole System. Mrs. Mary E. Sampson, West Derry, Rockingham County, N. H. writes: "I bad terrible headaches, both ears ran and I was nervous all the time, also bad trouble each month ; was deaf in one ear for thirty yoars. I took six bottles of Peruna and one of Manulin and ain happy to say that it is the best medicine that I ever used. I am not so nervous, my appe tite Is good, everything I eat agrees with me, and I am feeling better in every way. I think Peruna is a Godsend to women and a blessing to suffering humanity." Mary E. Sampson. If you do not derive prompt and satisfac tory results from the use of Peruna write at once to Dr. Iiartman, giving a full state ment of your case, and he will be pleased to give you his valuable ad vice gratis. Address Dr. Iiartman, President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio. EVERY DRUGGIST HAS THEM. lv littttJl) DIPHTHERIA REMEDY FAILS- sOe) SALI BV ALL ORUQOJSTt) AND asNanAL STORSS Agents. Salt Lake City, Utah. The Keeley 334W.I.TmolM. I SsllUUCithUlak. HIQHIBT CASH PniCS PAID B0O) RAW FURS and GAME HEADS MEHESY. THE FURRIER. , writs pom amos list, sslt issa oitv. Utah RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold , I .Tft I (.old mid hllver....l.( Iad 75 I Uold. bil 'r. Cop's IM . Prompt rel'UTUi on mall samples. Ogdcn Assay Co. "'IXXXSZT' Howard E. Burton. V.'n4 Specimen prices, Oold, Sliver. Lend, SI; (old BTW vrr 7JSc; Uofd aXwi loo or Copper 41, Cyanide toata, MHllliift enretupea and full price Hat sent on appli cation. Control und I'm pi re work sotlrtted. IcaxsV vllle, Colo. Iteferenca. Carbonate ISai'l Bank. R. H.iOFFICER & CO., A8SAYERS AND CHEMISTS Sample try mall receive prompt and careful attenlion. --- . s-.it uuciir,cu. MASQUERADE WX (TRIOAL COS- eon RENT .... sane oa oTSLOsusa and aaioas. SALT LAKE COSTUMING HOU8B phonb) to, ar atsra ar.. sslt iaks oitv MBj Wt tesrh ths Itarh.r Tnuto t ' 1 Is H e, Us snd Rusrantsa t ;1 puiltlis. Writs fur psrtlcillsia r j MOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE. nil lisfTsa Colo., Dallas When Answering Advertisements Kindly Mention This Paper. "w n7u7, Sslt Laka-No. 8, 190.' fljSgW DRUNKENNESS CURED. . Institute iiAfiriJ 'I'fictisaJ JUt-aV I J Shores Tl K4iC'il I KUlSl Hit lt M'll.i''' l?J I A BsstC.iu(h Srup. Tsstvs (toi Uss f 1 CjJ to time. by rtn-fl.ts.