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BEST TEA CROWN TRY ..IT.. bvt rtoN tovr GROCER , Townsend's Enamel Cream Makes -attractive faces imn ed ately. Superior to face powder. Its uit is nut detected. For ! everywhere. Price 50 cents It is Not Too Late Yet to buy a Diamond at the 1906 price. Don't put It off too long. Write us. 170 ST. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. Union Assay Office it. a. mAuK. p. o. ao iae I. v. eaoiait. ALT LKB 0ITY. UTAH Some Death Bed Rimestere. There have been numerous In stances of poetical and grammatical deaths. Emperor Adrian made a po etical address to his own soul as death was casting the seal of final silence over his lips, and Margaret of Austria, while almost within the grasp of death, in a terrific storm at sea, calm ly sat down and composed her epitaph In verse. The ship weathered the gale, however, and the epitaph was not needed. The Sunday Magazine. A Monster Carpet. A notable Axmlnster carpet has Just be'jn completed at the Royal carpet factory, Wilton, England, for a well known London club. It Is entirely hand made, and although woven in one piece measures over G2 feet in length and 35 feet in breadth. An immense loom over 40 feet long had to be es pecially erected to make it, and 13 'workers were continuously engaged for more than four mouths in Its man ufacture. Longevity. To achieve longevity one should be an Italian painter. Splnello was nearly 100; Carlo Cignana was 91; Michael Angelo, 90; Leonardo da Vinci, 75; Calabresi, 86; Claude Lor raine, 82; Carlo Marattl, 88; Tintor etto, 82; Sebastian RiccI, 78; Fran cesca Albano, 88; Guido, 68; Guer cino, 76; John Baptist Crespl, 76; Giuseppi Crespi, 82; Carlo Dolce, 70; Andrew Sacchi, 74; Zuccharelli, 86; Vernet, 77; Schidoni, 76. Endless Trail. Gomer Davies, of Concordia, tells a story about a wooden-legged . man, although he denies being the one to which it refers. "This man," says Davies, "was going home after being at a late supper, along about ' 13 o'clock in the morning, when his peg leg went through an auger hole in the plank sidewalk and he kept circling about that hole all night, thinking he was going home." Kansas City Star. Honor Among Engineers. It must be confessed that, with some engineers, things have occasion ally not been thought unworthy or im proper which, although not in them Belves dishonest, would be impossible among lawyers or doctors, which ought to be impossible among gentle men, and which would be Impossible among engineers if their organization were as complete and their etiquette as strict as in the older professions. Engineering. Productive Cocoanut Tree. A large cocoanut tree yields as many as 100 nuts a year. Natives use the nuts for dishes as well as for food. Some Consolation. Distinguished Surgeon (to widow whose husband has just died from an operation he had performed) At least, my dear madam, you have the satisfaction of knowing that your hus band didn't die under the knife of a medical bungler. Eagle'. Rapid Flight. An eagle has been observed to rise from the ground and completely dis appear into the sky within three Min utes. Eagles sometimes soar to heights of 15,000 feet or more. Look to the Outside Only. The natives of China take to motor ing very kindly, but their chief Inter est Is centered In the decorations and color of the body of the car rather than in the ability or workmanship of iue engine. Nothing In It for Fido. Of course it Is necessary to dis cover the north pole we understand that Still, It doesn't seem Just right mate faithful-Fiiu' puil 'a kledgv as tar north as he can and then eat him on the way back. Puck. t , NORTHWEST NOTES The two tunnels of the Nevada Northern near Ely, Ner., are about to be timbered, and work to that end has already been commenced. Another carload of Utah wood was received on the 7th by the Goldfleld brokerage firm of W. F. Bond & Co., and by them distributed free among those most In need. , Wages of coal miners In Southern Colorado districts were advanced 10 per cent on the 1st. Over 6.000 men are benefited. The increase amount to $600,000 a year. - It Is probable that a through sleeper service between Ryhollte and Los Angeles will be inaugurated about February 1 by the Salt Lake route and the Las Vegas & Tonopah road. The Sunset Telephone company of San Francisco has announced Its In tention to Install a sis-wire long-distance service between San Francisco and Goldfleld, Tonopah and Manhat tan. Hon. Thomas M. Bowen, formerly United States senator from Colorado, died at Pueblo, Colo., on the 30th, aged 71. He was prominent in state politics for mnny years as a repub lican. The dead body of Peter Bloom, an eccentric citizen of Carbon, Wyo., was found In his cabin by neighbors, he having been dead several days before the fact was discovered by neighbors. A free-for-ail-fight among several loggers of the Hood's canal steamship Perdita, which occurred off Hage Point, fifty miles from Seattle, result ed in the death of Jack Phillips, a log ger, 48 years of age. Contrary to the usual practice, no inaugural ball was held at the usual time In Wyoming this year, but dur ing the session of the legislature a grand ball will be given for the legis lators and their wives. The high school building at North Yakima, Wash., including its fine library of 2,000 volumes, was de stroyed by fire, which is presumed to have originated from the furnace. Loss, $25,000; insurance, $16,000. James Crusoe, engineer, and John Storrs, conductor, were instantly killed at Muir, Mont, in a collision between a Northern Pacific freight and a light engine. Both men were in the caboose of the freight, which was run into by the light engine on the steep mountain grade at that point. The coal mines at Bear Creek, Mont, have closed, owing to a failure of the owners and coal miners to agree upon a scale. The men de mand $1 per ton, mine run, and the owners offered 75 cents. The shut down will affect more than 100 men. The output of the camp was about 500 tons daily. Judge Shortall, in the San Francis co police court, imposed a fine of $10 on Mrs. Olivette Parrie of San Jose, who sought the life of George Wing field, the Nevada millionaire, at the St. Francis hotel, claiming to be his common law wife. The fine was paid. Mrs. Barrle was charged with disturb ing the peace. An old man has been arrested at Clancy, Mont, on suspicion of having shot Arpin and Dollver, two Helena tel egraphers, a year ago and of dyna miting the Harris quarry at Montana City, and Chestnut's store at Clancy, and recently ot Having snot another Helena man. He will be examined as to his sanity. The Silver Bow county (Montana) bar association at a meeting unani mously decided on a general increase in legal fees all along the line, from $25 to $75 being added to the prices for services formerly asked. The at torneys state that the increased cost of living has made the raise of their scale imperative. Three prominent mining engineers in the employ of the Wlngfield-Nlxon Consolidated Mines merger, were ar rested at Goldfleld on tho charge of forcibly entering a miner's cabin and, after searching the premises, robbing him of $26.25. The supposition among niters is that they were searching for stolen high grade ore. Ben Selig, acting for Joe Gans, and M. M. Riley, on behalf of the Casino Athletic club, of Tonopah, Nev., have signed articles for a finish fight be tween Gans and Jimmy Britt. The purse Is to be $25,000, 60 per cent to the winner and 40 per cent to the loser. The weight is to be 133 pounds two hours before the fight. While climbing the ladder in an in cline of the shaft of the Montezuma mine at Rimini, Mont., George Gun vllle, a well-known miner, lost his footing and was precipitated into 18 feet of water In the sump and was drowned. Bert Holman, the 13-year-old adopted son of Mrs. Sarah Ayers has confessed to the murder of his foster mother, near Warren, Oregon. The boy stat ed he killed her because she pun ished him for not faithfully performing some duties assigned to him. Freddie Weeks of Butte, Mont, on New Year's night knocked out Willie McNamara of Chicago at the Grand opera-house, Cripple Creek, in the third round. Weeks was in superb condition and was the Cbicagoan's superior in every branch of the game. The Jury In the case of Charles P. Schmidt, an employee of the Helena Waterworks company, who last August shot and killed his wife in a rage, re turned a verdict of not guilty. The shooting was admitted, but was justi fied by the defense on the ground of insanity. Frederick 3.- Mwtfa, city auiciaiuu of the Portland branch of the Pacific Biscuit company, Bhot and slightly wounded his wife; shot to death Miss Emma Helmas, his sister-in-law, and then sent a bullit into his own head. Family troubles are alleged to have been the cause of the deed. AN IMPORTANT CASE Patient Cured of Ataxia Give the Entire Credit to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mrs. S. C. Weiiocb. of 114 Cleveland Avenue, Everett, Mass., the wife of an employe in the government works at Chelsea, says: "I had been troubled with nervous ness for ten years and the disease kept growing on me. Then I learned that I wis suffering from locomotor ataxia. I had terrible tremblinps in my richt leg which would get rigid and when this happi-m-d la tLe st:et't I uaj tj stand sii'.l t;nt l is pa? ;e.i away to keep from UV.'.r.z. My rl?ht arm felt as if a thousand neellrs were pricking it. The t!:tet t mc'.lr.g my knee in bed wovl I r"rly onu-e nie to scream out with pzia a id both knees were so we:ik I c uij hardly stand. "I had to use a c-.r a i I be helved about by my sen. Thea the pain be gan to settle in the c;:lves cf mv less and the musclei becane numb and quivered constantly. The cords un der my knees seemed to be drawn up tight and the terrible shooting pains In my less would nearly drive me in sane. My toes became numb and at times would prickle as if needles were being thrust ir:o trem. My eyes be came dull and black pots floated be fore thorn. My heart was very weak. "My nt'eit'nn was called to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and I bought sev eral boxes rii;bt pvav and soon felt relief. I was so pleased that I kept on taking them until they cured me entirely, and I have had no symptoms of the trouble for over a year." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all druggists or sent, postpaid, on re ceipt of price. 5ft cents per box. six boxes $2.50. by the Dr. Williams Med icine Company. Schenectady, N. Y. A booklet, entitled "Nervous Dis orders," sent free on request. MANY SOURCES OF SALT. That from Natural Springs is Gener ally Most Nearly Pure. The purity of salt depends upon the source from which it is obtained and the sanitary conditions under which it is prepared for the market. The supply of common salt, the most in dispensable of all the seasoning sub stances both as a relishing condiment and a well-nigh universal food pre servative, is exhaustless, yet even so there is salt and salt, says the Pic torial Review. Formerly salt was obtained by evap orating ocean water, a process that left many impurities in the residuum, to say nothing of its exposure to all kinds of dirt in its shipment from sea ports. The Turk's island or rock salt, which Is still largely used In pork packing and in the manufacture of ice creams, comes to the United States in holds of vessels continually sub jected to dirt a.id foul odors. Upon its arrival it is again handled, then packed in coarse burlap bags, permit ting dust to sift into the salt.' In this condition it reaches the consumer. Latterly, however, the product of salt springs has largely taken the lead in this country not only for table salt but for meat packing. The annual production from this source in the United States reaches more than 40, 000,000 bushels, the state of New York in the vicinity of Syracuse furnishing a large proportion of this Important supply. Tallest American Soldier. The distinction of being the tallest man in the United States army be longs to Ernest D. Peck, a first lieu tenant in the engior corps. He is six feet four and a half inches in height. Lieutenant Peck is a native of Wisconsin and was graduated from the Oshkosh high school. Lieutenant Peck is now on duty at Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, and has supervised the building of a military road known as Peek's Pike. He is called Pike's Peak by his comrades in the service. iStati or Ohio. City or- Tolioo, I LL'CAS t'Ot'TY. ( ' Frawk .1. ciiKNRY nmkei oath that he li senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Chbnet & Co., d'llng l.ulneH8 In the t;tty of Toledo. County aud State af"read. and that eald firm will par the sum of ONE 1H'N.IUED DOLLARS for each and every rase of cataubb that cannot be cured by the uae of Hall's Catarrh Cdhr. FRAVK J. CHEN'EV. Sworn to before me and tib..r.rlln-d In my pretence, tills lith day of Decamber, !.. 16. . A. W. GLEASOX, B1!U-( Notet Prsno. Hall's Catarrh Care li taken Internally and acta directly on the blood and mucotia aurfacea of lh ayateui. Send for testimonial, free. F. J. I UtNJi V CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druittn. 7"c. lake Hail'sFamlly 1'llls for constipation. Knows Whom He Can Trust. Police Commissioner Bingham has learned one important fact that will be of aid to him in his official career. When he desires to get the exact facts about, some large question that is to the front in New York city he calls in the newspaper reporters located at police headquarters and has a heart-to-heart talk. As one of them says: "He gets it straight, and so straight that not all the men of the force can fool him on that one point." Millionaire Is Generous. Congressman John E. Andrus. who represents the Yonkers, N. Y., district, for several years has taken delight in playing the role of Santa Claus to the pages and telephone and telegraph boy-B of the house. This year, as usual, his gifts to the youngsters consisted of two and five-dollar bills. Col. An drus is worth J20,000,000. made out of the manufacture of pepsin. Woman's Important Position. An American woman, Mrs. John Leslie familiarly known as Mrs. Jack Leslie who was Leonie Blanche Jer ome of New York, Is inofficial adviser in fashion and dress of the duchess of Connaught and Princess Patricia, to the former of whom she is lady In waiting. mm hmbimai Lists are BEING INVESTIGATED Interstate Commerce Commission Is Looking Into the Consolidation of the Great Railroads. New York. Modern methods of com blnini and consolidating mammoth railway systems and extending the principle of community of interest were Investigated here Friday at great length by the Interstate com merce commission, which began an In quiry Into the so-called "Harrlman lines." The commission goes next week to' Chicago. Several other cit ies may be visited before all the de sired testimony is in the hands of the government representatives, whose object is to determine whether any of the railroads of the country are consolidated or combined in restraint of trade. At Friday's hearing it was brought out and admitted that the Union Pa cific railway company, the Southern Pacific company, the Oregon Short Line and the Oregon Railroad and Navigation company are practically under the same, administration, Mr. Harrimair appearing as president of each company, with only slight varia tions in the lists of 'other officers. CANNOT ESCAPE ASSASSINS. Sooner or Later Marked Russian Offi cials Meet Their Doom: St Petersburg. A general search of the lodgings of persons undr pbllce observation was made here during Fri day night in the hope of discovering the accomplices of the assassin of Per fect of Police Von der Launitz. Many irrests wero made, but so far as known no important terrorists were captured, The assassination of Von der Laun itz has caused a powerful impression both in the press and among the pub lic. The newspapers all comment on the Inability of the perfect of police to protect his own person against the attack of a single resolute terrorist, who undertook the task with the firm determination not to be taken alive and the papers ask how long a time will elapse before still more prominent personages are .stricken by terrorist bullets. The press unites in demand ing protection against the regime of assassination which has been inaugur ated by reactonists as well as by ter rorists. GALLOWS LOOM BEFORE HER. Mrs. Myers Denied Writ of Habeas Corpus by Kansas City Judge. Kansas City. Judge John F. Phil lips, in the United States district sourt on Friday morning, denied the ap plication of the attorneys for Mrs. Aggie Myers for a writ of habeas cor pus. This means that Mrs. Myers, who is now In Jail at Liberty under sen tence of death for the murder of her husband, and Frank Hottman, in Jail at Kansas City for complicity In the crime, will be executed on January 10, unless Governor Folk interferes. The arguments on the application for the writ in this now famous case were made earlier in the week. The at torneys for Mrs. Myers argued that the Clay county court had no jurisdiction in the case when the trial was made basing their contention on a techni cality. They sought to have the case retried. JAPS STIRRING UP TROUBLE. Attack a White Man and Are Placed Behind the Bars. Porterville, Cal A crowd of Japan ese laborers working on the tracks of the Southern Pacific company, near this city, assaulted Roy V. Clark, strik ing him over the head with a shovel and attacking him with sticks and clubs. Clark escaped by running, and came o the city to notify the local officers and swear out warrants for the arrest of the Japanese, forty in number. An attempt to arrest the Japanese was met with resistance. A message was sent asking for assist ance, and a large number -of speciail officers were rushed to the scene. Af ter considerable difficulty fifteen Jap anese were arrested, takenNto Visalla und placed in the county jail. It was not considered safe to keep them in the Porterville Jail on account of local fueling. INVESTIGATING BLOCK SIGNAL. Interstate Commerce Commission Mak' ing Inquiries Into System. Washington. An Inquiry into the operation of the block signal systems of the Baltimore & Ohio railroad and of the Southern railway was instituted Friday by the interstate commerce commission. In making the Inquiry the commission is acting under au thority of a resolution of congress adopted at the last session, calling for a report on the working ot the ran road block system generally. Convicted Congressman Loses Place on Committees. Washington. Speaker Cannon on Friday announced the appointment of Representative Englebright of Califor nia for a place on the committee on mines and mining, vice Mr. Williamson of Oregon, removed. The speaker based his action on the ground that Mr. Williamson had failed thus far to attend a single session of the Fifty- ninth coneress. He has been convicted of participation in land frauds in Oregon. Poisoned by Canned Beans. Los Angeles.- Three persons are dead here as a result of ptomaine pois oning caused by eating canned beans. Henry, Carter, a well known resident of Ontario; his daughter, Miss Mabel Carter, 28 years o'l age, 'and' Charles" Edward Abbott, partook of cann.jd beans for luncheon while on a camping trip, and' were almost immediately taken ill. They were able to return home, but the illness of ail three ter minated fatally. BLOATED WITH DROPSY. The Heart Was Badly Affected When the Patient Began Using Doan's Kidney Pill. Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, of 415 West Fourth street. Olympta, Wash., says: "For over three years I suffered with a dropsical condition with out being aware that it was due to kidney trou ble. The early stages were principally back ache and bear ing down pain, but I went along without worrying much until dropsy set in. My feet and ankles swelled up, my hands puffed and became so tense I could hardly close them. I had great difficulty in breathing, and my heart would flutter with the least ex ertion. I could not walk far without stopping again and again to rest Since using four boxes ot Doan's Kidney Pills the bloating has gone down and the feelings ot distress bave disap peared." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HE WANTED LIVE NEWS. Correspondent Had No Time to Waste with Vice President. Vice President Fairbanks stopped a newspaper man the other day, and good-naturedly asked explanation of an Incident which happened years ago. On that occasion Mr. Fairbanks and the correspondent were chatting pleasantly, when suddenly the latter moved away to meet Senator Chand ler of Maine. The vice president said: "I have always had great curiosity to know why y0u deserted me that day." The newspaper man hesitated for a moment, and then replied: 'To tell you the truth, Mr. Vice President, you are a mighty dry source ot news. You may bave a nose for news, but 1 doubt it; at any rate, you never gfve up any. Now, when a newspaper man Is gunning for big, live news he hasn't got time to stop and exchange small talk with a man, even if he be a sen ator, who would not know the price of news it he saw it." Mr. Fairbanks smiled. "I thank you for your frank ness," be said. "I see I shall have to cultivate a nose for news." 7 . . ALMOST A SOLID SORE. Skin Disease from Birth Fortune Spent on Her Without Benefit Cured Her with Cuticura. T have a cousin In Rockingham Co. who once had a skin disease from her birth until she was six years of age. Her father had spent a fortune on her to get her cured and none of the treatments did her any good. Old Dr. G suggested that he try the Cuticura Remedies which he did. When he commenced to use it the child was almost a solid scab. He had used it about two months and the child was well. I was there when they commenced to use your Cuti cura Remedies. I stayed that week and then returned home and stayed two weeks and then went back and stayed with them two weeks longer, and when I went home I could hardly believe she was the same child. .er skin was as soft as a baby's with out a scar on it. I have not seen her in seventeen years, but I have heard from her and the last time I heard from her she was well. Mrs. W. P. Ingle, Bur lington, N. C, June IS. 1905." Most Youthful Professor. The youngest professor in the east ern states is William T. Foster, pro fessor of English at Bowdoln college. He supported himself from a rery small child, educated himself and at the age of 17 had saved enough money to start to college, when he found that he could not enter because he had never studied Latin. He was told he must have two months ot Latin and it was just two months till the time he had planned to enter Harvard. He was not dismayed. He sought assist ance, devoted the two months to orer comlng the obstacle and in Septem ber successfully passed his examina tion and entered college. Footballer Showed Courage. H. J. Henebry, Ireland's Rugby full back, played the other day for 70 min utes against the South Africans while suffering from a split ear, damaged skull, broken middle finge. on left hand, strained chest, muscles and torn linger cartilages. He received the In juries in a tackle ten minutes after the game began. Take Garfield Tea. the Natural Laxa tive, for constipation, indigestion, liver and kidnev derangement", and colds. It is made of llerbs. Guaranteed under the Pure Food Law. Nothing pleases a homely woman so much as to have a man compliment her figure. TO CURE A COLD I OWE DAT Take LAXAT1VK BUOMO Quinine Tabieta, Drnp gK a ri.tiind mntiev If it taiia to cure. K. W UUOVE8 aigmtture Is on eacu box. i6o. When members of a family quarrel a lot of truth leaks out. Mn. Wlimlow's Soothing Synip. tor children leethiOK, aoftena the ffuma, reduce h fiamma'lon. allajrapaln. curea wind colic 26c a bottle Nothing hurts a conceited man Ilka being ignored. STIFFNESS, 8TITCHES, LAMENESS, CRAMP, TWISTS AND TWITCHES, ALL DECAMP WHEN YOU APPLY JACOBS I THE OLD-MONK-CURE i r FflFl REP till if-"" 11 tmm I yfSe5 3 12 tLS?a t -S V-jST H r Vtlth too many people charity Is more of a fad than a virtue. No jim or failure made with PUT NAM FADELESS DYES; bright, beauti ful colon a certainty. Some men can't even do their duty wlthout making a fuss about it ' ! pii.es tries is to la day. I PA7.0 WNTMBNT i (naratxeed to rare any raaa ' of lu-ang, Uand, H'etOnisT or frof rudiog k"nm iM We daily influence each other for ! good or evil. Let us not be the occa- i sion ot misleading others by our sil- i ence when we ought to speak. J. H ' Newman. Would Punish Burglars Severely. Assemblyman Elect II. J. W. Ruh- i landt of Pittsburg says one of the first bills he will introduce will be one to Increase the penalty for bur- ' glary, for attempts at housebreaking ' and highway robbery. He wants to ; make the maximum sentence 30 years and the minimum 15 years. "This Is little enough," says Mr. Ruhiandt, "for the man who enters your home at the dead of night and presents a revol ver to your face or the face of your wire. I think If snch a law were In vogue in this state the number of burglaries in this city would be much smaller.' AvtgctaUe PreparatLonlur As similating mcFoodandKcgula ling thcStoirerhs ondDowels of Promotes Digestion.CheerfuK ness andnest.Contalns neither Opitim.Morphine nor Mineral. Not "Nakcotic. Jtx.Sm hihmwm rim Aperfecl Remedy forConstipA Hon, Sour Steniach.Diarrb.oca Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcnsn ncss and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature or NEW YORK. EXACT COPy OF WRAPPER rJfm ' "v ' - - .1- Li ll ; CURED I T 1M 'Sloan's Address s. 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Many people say "it is the best of all your preparations." Accept no preparation of vaseline unless the same carries our label, as otherwise it is not genuine. SEND YOUR ADDRESS AND WE WILL MAIL OUR VASE LINE PAMPHLET WHICH WILL INTEREST YOU. CHESEBROUGH MFG. CO. 17 STATE STREET. NEW YORK CITY PRICE ' ij 23 AND SO CENTS H 1 UL&HKAIlMr F DISEASES OF WO HEN. Of the thousands of eromment eeoole cured ei our Bilimettio. js,.fa P'0 CENT Tilt CUREO-hirish their MMiirf IS10. Till. C.l Its TUflDMTfltt ft uiyftB ion Oik St.. Kanaa City, Mo., and llie yj THQHlTOA 9L KlMwSla 3039 Olive Straat. fct. Louis. Mo Restored by American Money. Charlton, the ancestral borne of the earl of Suffo'k, is once more the scene ot glories of the olden time since the marriage of the earl and Hiss Dairy Letter. It is a fine Jacobean mansion of drk aastone- wllb moilioued wb iows and farved 8ton Portals, and contains many treasures of art, Includ- lug the family portraits. T lmm SICK HEADACHE Pesitive-lT ere" y CARTERS SITTIE IVER mete jutlle mis. Tbry also reuevs Ets- tress from Dyrprpsu. I. digestion ind Too Eerty hiding, a pertor pa fttfy lur Dtaliiess. Huaiea. Drowsiness. But Taste in the Vouto. Coated TontrtM, Pia tn the SMe. TORPID LrVKB. Ttar .a retrulale the Bowels. Yunlj Vegetable. SMALL FILL SMALL DOSE. SMALL KZc. Genuine Must Bear Fac-Simila Signature REFUSE SOSSTITUTES. "nill Thompjoi's Eyt Water For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of thc oiKTAua cauaNuM. an warn env. CARTERS KITTIE IVER . sua W - . 1 tm m Atr AM W ft I" wyf Use py For Over jjj. Thirty Years iMnnviann W3i i lie Vir vuiui iuii oiuiiuiaicu And the Muscles and Joints lubricated by using Is 19" ,w4' Price 25c 50c 61.00 Sold by &II Dealers Treatise On The Horse'Sent Free Dr. Earl S.SIoan,Boston,Mass.j KLilULHj inm lo Buy any i a thing advertised in Its columns should insist upon hain what they ask for, refusing all substi tutes or imitations. HOWARD E. BURTO,9HVJfra?rp Specimen urirea: Gold. 81lTer.IiBad.eJi Uold. BU Ter.iiwi Uoid.oOc: Zmi-orCopper.M. Cranide teata. Malting envelopes and full prlJe tlat sent on applica tion, control ana umpire wuia boiiciwu. i.ler I llie. Colo. Reference. Carbonat aaitoaal liaiiav W. N. U Salt Lk City, No. 2, 1907. a- -.. 'PAH w ' r S.- jtt'