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OGDEN, UTAH. THE MORNING EXAMINER, T f NOTICE TO Horse Just arrived from California, the hot par lag fctallija, Happy Houli-!- , race record ;:281-2- : and the grand standard breed trotting stallion, Pack age. race record 2:20, time 2:12. These hones will bit at See your service in Ogden. Johnson & Dee THE LIVERYMEN at Lower Mammoth and Celerade Mining Stand Pat While Unci, Sam and Others Drop. Salt Lake, May I. A alight weakening was aotlqgd la this morning's business oa the local exchange. Stock are holding Arm in met instances, but a few favorites are on the toboggan. I'nele Sam ia one In mind. This stock remained out of sight during the regular call, but opened os the open board at 71. Three Miles sent the stock down to 74, where it closed. The Erst sale Involved COO shares, the second 00 and the third 200. Wabash dropped from 12 1 2 to 10. Two blocks at the latter prior covered 2 shares. Lower Mammoth ia 1 mark. One sale of 100 brought 92.11, buyer SO. May Day ia strong, 3.000 selling at 32 during the regular call. This stock closed are S3 Rales during the open board were as follows: 1.000 at 33 2 ; 200 at 33, and 1.000 at 33 I f. Nevada Hills was fairly active hut dropped 3 points before the open herd call wss reached. It opened at 14.30, 109 selling at this figure. Two ales of 200 each moved under the smaller price. Colorado Mining remain at the 33 mark, 100 shares changing hands this morning. South Columbus Con. dropped suddenly and severely this morning. It opened at 11.80 and closed at 1.70. Three sales were marked up, rack involving 100 shares. Columbus Cos. la selling at 520, a block of 350 bringing that figure. The quotations follow: hold-32.3- 1-- 248 24th Street J-- Seeds Seeds Garden and Flower Seeds A FULL AND COMPLETE LINE. Pratts Poultry Pood and Lice The fastens Columbia and K1V-fo- 2 MINI-WAL- FL6UR Domestic ,od Imported. High Patent Hay, Grata and Produce. Prompt delivery. STOCK fOULTRY SUPPLIES, T. B. Heller (SLSon HAY AND GRAIN. 2210 AGEE SCO GROCERY 9.0O, 38.95. If you want to cut down living exp senes can and see ua and be cenvtioed $9.07, Short Itort, Wash. Twenty-fift- $9.10. ' Twsn-ty-four- Cash Quotations. Cash quotations were as follows: Flour. Arm. No. 2 spring wheat, ST89; No. 3.. 7a88; No. 8 red. No. 8 corn. 49V, No- - S yellow, 50. No. 3 oats, 14: No. 2 white, 41; No. 3 white. 41a44. No. 2 rye. 72a73; fair to choice malting. 7476. and Grant Sell; 513 Independent GRAND CHAPTER 0. E. S. The second annual meeting of the Grand Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star of Vtah, convenes Thursday and Pridat of thl week in the Masonic Temple, this city. The opening session will be at ten o'clock on the morning of TbursJny, Mm. Gerda Anderson, Worthy Grand Matron, presiding. Besides the grand officers, there Ton will all agree that theres nothing will be a number of other visitors better than having your linens turned from Provo, Pnrk City and Salt Lake out iu an attractive manner. A well City. Three sessions ear-- day will be laundered shirt will create a favorable held. There will be a demonstration Impression at all time. We nuke a by grand officers on Thursday evening end lnstallstljn of newly elerted grand specialty of turning out linens In an officers on Friday evening, follow e.1 attractive manner. We await your by a banquet bundles. All members of the Eastern Star are welcome to any and all of these ses- sion. Ogden Steam Laundry 176, , ERNEST Plano Bldg. Builders 47 25th St, The grand officers will he the pue--t of the members of the Grand Chapter. In Ogden, at dinner Tbursdsv noon. FRED HOWARD Contractor and Builder. Fhons 517Z. p. Q. Bx S3! J. St Inauranoa, W. N. PEIRCE. Estate, Notary, Fir Ufa Inauranoa, 413 24th at . Raal ; -- Real M. PAYNE; Teacher of Plan. 2350 Wall. Ind. (hono 195. Transfer Companies MRS. 8. E. REDFIELD. . Toachar of Plano, Boll phono 341-Studio, 349 Washington Avenue. ALLEN TRANSFER CO, Alban Alton, Proprietor. Furniture Yam and Storage. Cabo at a moment1! Notloa. Office 412 2Mh st. Itoeni Raaldanee Avs. : , ship-mrnt- - MALAN W. A MALAN MALAN TRANSFER CO. Vina, Drays and Baggage Wagons. Our specialties Piano, Furniture and Safe Moving; Storage. Ofllso, 446 25th at 5s Bladeaf Phaaao BLADES HACKS MEET ALL 'pbonsb m TRAINS. Carriage In wnNIng day or night. Vsn, Drays and Baggage Wagons. Plana Moving a Specialty. Excurs- nl ion Busses- - Offics, 224; Bell 220; Rea.. Boll 240. All Kinda of Transfer Work. Office 40$ Twenty-fift- h John N. Ford and Ben Papor-hangsrDecorators and Doslgnnra. Bril ,!phon 243 X. Laava ordara at EotabUah'od Boyla FumMura Co. a. Hasting, Removes chop to - g EE Painter and Paper-hange- rs' Directory Cleaning and Dyeing sight-seein- TRANSFER VANE Pima moving a apealaRy. 22$ IA; 25th. Both phones 283. Ind. Phono CELESTE CONROY. Late Pupil of L so petti Gsdewaky f Berlin, Qomany. Instructor of music In tho Btoto Industrial School. Studio at 900 2Bth Street. Phonos, Ind. 400; Boll, 190. St 14 304 33d SL 1109. Contracting Plumbers Wash. GEORGE A. HORN, Estate, Loono and Inauranoa First National Bonk Building. ol 28. Contractor and Builder. Office and shop at residence, 500 24th at, Wcat Ogden. Ball phene 481X. from the 2Mh and Both phonos. U SHIPP. Tsachtr of Glutor and Mandolin. GEO. OLMSTEADi A. W. MEEK. Bonds, Real Eitete anti 913 E cotes Bldg. MRS. MARY Ball phone 975 Z. ' Plumbing and M. PORRISTALL. Surety Ball PETER UNANDER; General Contractor and Builder. mtltlWl - W. B. WEDILL Real Estate, Loans, Insuranas and Rentals. 2433 Washington are, Boyla blosk. Both phonos. W. JONES, DENT MOWREY arid Collo. Wedsll-KIssInd. 750, Boll 1134. 1393. . k. l.i. 1-- M. BERTHA Remarkable as it. may seem. It is Pocatello. Ogden. true that in the heart of ELITE CLEANING CO, the spring season Wrights store will Cleaner and Dyers. Taylor A c($ the price of ladles new. suit Wilson, Proprietors. Both Phones. vquare In two. The sale began .this 1 14 1 1 1 1 1 morning when nne hundred and 41 H thirty-livof thi season's must utylish suits will b offered at prices which would hard!i- pay for the matemmt ototes that a pro rat refund rials. Speaking pf the sale, Mr. will ho made to those taking the trip. 1 No. flaxseed, $1.17 ; No. 1 northsaid: Our spring season baa The announcement isaurd by the Wright western, $1.24. been remarkable never before have club Tuesday continues: Prime timothy seed. $4.30. the spring suit sales been so large and Many of the Idaho dries that will Clover, contract gradps, $15.90. now as I sin preparing to again visit be Tidied have indicated already Short ribs sides. kmso, 13.60x8.75. the Eastern market. I prefer to aee h rough their officials and business orMe- - pork per bbl.. IlfiOOg 16.12. every suit sold I leave and the ganisation a desire to extend a l Lard, per 100 lbs.. $8.85. prices which 1 have made will surely welcome to the excuralonisU and Short clear side, boxed, $8 60a do the work quickly. while the primary object of thr excursion la to enable our merchants and Whisky. KihIh of high wines, fl.29. manufacturers to meet, .become acUTAH-IOtH- O TRIP quainted and establish business relaand Receipts tions with the people of Idaho, the soShipment. Flour Rereipia. 41.100 bbis.; ship- Commercial Club's Trade Excursion cial and phases of the trip Gem Into ments. 66.5(10 bbls. State Promises Success win recrive proper attention. Wheat-Recei- pts 51.0(10 bu.; At the time of year selected for shipThe Commercial clubs Utab-Idah- o ments. 23.0ii() bit. the excursion Idaho la very beautiful, Corn Receipts, 383.6IMI bu. ; trade excursion, which ia to take place ind many notable places of scenic 231.500 hu. May 19. already give promise of be- - , loveliness will- he vleited. Oats Receipts. 510.000 bu ; ship- lug a much greater success than was The trade value of such expediments 347.600 bu. anticipated at anv time bv the tions so Is now contemplated boo .been of the srheme- - The special so frequently demonstrated tbot no Il.noo bu.; shiptrain carrying the- - excursionists wllli (irgument N needed to prove their us ments. 1.000 bu. Harley Receipts. .7i.20ti bu.; ship- leave Salt Lake t'liy from the Oregon illness and profit. In the cote of Short Line station Sunday erenlng ati dsho, however, so far as Utah .mer-than- t ments. 13.400 bu. 10 o'clock. The train equipment furl are, concerned, this excursion the party will consist of three stand- - s almost a necessity If v would reChicago Cattle. ard Pullmans, one tourist sleeper, one tain and extend our trade in that secChicago. May 7- .- Cattle Receipts baggage car, one dining and buffet tion. 18.000; steady to strong. Beeves car. one day coach and a special enFarly in the month of 5 fay Idaho cnw Sl.80a4.75; heifers 12.60 gine and crew. The one charge made will be visited hr a delegation of Fort, a5.20; calve f4.25xti.00; good to prime those taking the trip will Include railand Jobbers under the auspices of the steers 5.40h6.40; pour to medium $4 way and Pullman fare, and hire and Commercial and 305.30; atorkers and feeders 2.80a sleeping expenses of the band and for gain In Juneclub a of that city,of busi-lean by large body 5.00. hadees and other incidental expenses. men frm the Commercial club ot Hm Receipts 25.000; mtu-If any nuni- U ieft'after these ex- - Omaha. This indication of enterprise mixed peases have huen met, tho announce- - on steady. Light 16.256.52 jbe pnrt of rival cities moot ba pro-mete- r, N. H. IVES, Live Stock, Ranchos, City Prepwty. Homoo on easy payments. 24(4 MM R. P. HUNTER .. Ttaohor of Guitar and Mandolin (Msravlan System). .Also Piano. Studio 224$ Quincy Avol Contractors and neit-rthule- s Rye-Recei- pts. KELLY A HERRICK. Bsnarnl Insursnes, Loans SsnUlo, Root Estate Invsstnsnu Plano, Cabinet, Organ and Harmony. Studio $34$ Wash. Ava. V e ; Teacher of Plano, STILLWELL A NEWMAN Florists. Choice and Bedding Plants of all kinds. Give ua a call. Store 2579 Wash. Avs. , 82a. WM. A. HICKENLOOPER, Real Mtata, Iniranaa and Invest 309 Eos Isa Bolldinn. sus neat saer to N.H. Ivsa. Boll Phono Studio, 230$ Adorno. 321 K. Ind Phono 3462 A. at at Loans, Rentals sati Fire Inouranso. First Notional Bank Bldg. Ind. Phone 471. Wash. Ava. Fhons MIBB ALMA BAUER, en AHOTHEB SURPRISE in Two. CARL C. RASMU8S0N Rod Estate, JOSEPH BALLANTYNE. Director Option Tben-sl- s Choir Voice Building a .Specialty. Sprite 253 Crehard Ava VAN DER 8CHUIT. Funeral designs of all kinda; cut flowers and potted plants, .All or-dpromptly tilled.' Phone KHZ. coo-dia- Those Music and Instructors VARNEY FLORAL CO. Roaea, Calla-Llllls- s Carnations. nd Cut Plewim day, vvt tvary think our prices to bo tho lowest Pot plants In monthly. 369 9th Portraiture Real Estate Agents J. P. ONEILL CONSTRUCTION Bulldora of Bow to, Content Walks, Street Paving and Bravsl Roofing. 421 25th ot THE PORTER FLORAL CO. out flower always on hand. Floral designs a specialty. Graonhouao eor. Jeffarson avs. and Twentieth aL W. L. Porter, Mgr. Phonos Ball 290Z; Ind. 293. . Sept, $9.12, Wrights Cut the Price sf Ladies Suits STUDIO In pjotsL Crayon and India Ink. 2467 Wa3? . P. A. IBAKSON. Roar of 245-4- 7 22nd phone, 298 Z. THOMAS High Grad ro.Cantractors and th at. Greenhouse opposite pnrk. Phonon, Bell 936x. h phea1 Av. Both Phonos. Clwlce Ribs-M- ay, THE .Leading Dentists Gty Florists Twenty-eight- - L. WEBER, rbotograpkor. Every vnrtoty of photo 143$ Wash, ava Both ItrooL h " . WILLIAMS BROS. Llvory and Food Stables. Phones: Boll $11; Independent 715. 23$ der and Other . $8.75, $8.87, 8M.75 Juln 88.90, $8.72. $8.90; Sept. $9.00, $8.96, $9.00. i PbaMa-2- 35 Livery Stables Masonry and ' Cement Contractors G ion wood Ind. 193, 82; $8.9T; LUKE CRAW8HAW, . Artistic. Washington Avenue, Ogden. Lit? A picture that looka likiy Pratagraphar; studio DR. P A. COOK, Dentist. Office, Eccloa Building. Ogdon, Utah, 44; snmmmmmnmnwwwwuv Cor. 24th Phono 15$. Auditor and Accountant, Notary and Conveyancer. Offloe Room 42, Pirn National Bank building. Ind. 740 SCOVILLEa PRiNTift goth Photographers Phono 4701 f La ' 46-4- JOB. MacLAUCHLAN, ej from music Printers NECLE8, LADIES TAILOR. Workmanship and fit guaranteed. 7 Suita Lewis Block. Ind. Auditors and Accountants a months inspection of mine I of Quality ",U,,C 24,4 " AvI.8 A.-- 41 Over Badcon Drug Avs. Verington, WonCamps Ar Remarkably Rich, Cra and-Jewel- ' 48; MARKET "The House . Ladies' Tailors C. GUNNELL Attormy at Law. . ........... 84; CHAMBERLAIN-THOMA- 170 . A. G. HORN, . a. 85, MEAT "IA Dealer in Art and Optician. MCRACKEN, Csunsaloro-at-Law- , 63, 64 and 55 First National Bank Bldg. Phones, Bell 809, Ind. 18. Minas of Goldfield, ' IBAKiON' Offics 2374 Wash- bo-la- URL E. PETRSON GEO. HARTLEY Clock and Watch Makar ington Avs. Both phonos 771. aaeee ..... Washington Avenue. Soth Phenes. VOLNEY OGDEN FLORAL CO. Floral Artists. .Store 411 ieeeses, c. & Goods and Notions, Victor Talking Machines and raoordt, 2532 Wash. Avonus. and 315 Ecciss Building. Attornoy-at-La- BRIGHT and prospects In Mariposa county. Cal., the center, of the hiitorle placer deRfSCdlllf files, deaf uisiifts 112 posits of that state. Ho has also vis22 Rock Island t s i,i ited Yerington, Mina, Goldfield, Won48 do preferred ... der, Gold Mountain and the Nevada ....135 St Paul Hills country. Hla itinerary included 86 . Southern Pacific most of tfao properties that have placSouthern Railway Mill 21 ed Nevada to the treat In a remarkab.146 Union Pacific ly abort time aa one of the greatest do preferred Hue .. 83 mining states In the west As a re13 Wabash ...fa.......... sult, the doctor la enthusiastic, ami . 17 Wisconsin Central bid ... brimful of optimism cua earning the Miscellaneous. future of tha new camps, the old 85 ... Amalgamated Copper siaata camps, and most - everything that 37 American Car and Foundy . . smacks of natal las Nevada. 63 American Locomotive, bid . . . Through tha courtesy of R.C. Pierce, 108 do preferred, bid an expert from London, ba was shown 132 Am. Smelting and Refng ... one of through the Nevada-Dougl69 Brooklyn Rapid Transit ... the mammoth copper mines of Yer 35 Colorado Fuel and Iron lngton. The ore bodies in sight ffsn 13 International paper, bid the tunnels, are simply astounding 76 National Blsdut HIM declares Wherry. Tbs avaraga per 64 National Lead . cent of copper exceeds that of Butte Pacific Hall, bid eaooeapqeae 26 and most of the copper mines In the SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. 2 Peoples Oaa United States. - Not only la tha Doug 35 Pressed Steel Car a wonder but other Interstate Srekerage Company May Pullman Palace .Car , . . .166 erties situated near Yerington areprop1007. .621 3, Rtandard Oil ,, developed with flattering results. .124Tb . .. . ... .. . . .. Sugar Money ia available In any sum for 145 Tennessee Coal and Iron thff working of the mines, so that to 27 United States Steel tho list of mlnaa that are panning . .100 do preferred, Ek Dw out a fortune for their owners will be 82 Western Union, bid added many more during tho summer. ,134 Northern Pacific Tho Utah Velvet company, controll,! ..145 Great Northern, ptd ed by Dr. Wherry and hi associ24 International Metropolitan .... ate,, lias next to. tho St Ives ter. 66 do preferred ritory. On Jhe 200 and $00 foot levels 70 the company struck the same vein Mackay 63 do preferred from which ora is bring taken and shipped by the 8t. ivea and assays CHICAGO FUTURES. give rich returns In gold. The company vrill bo oa n shipping basis in tiie Chicago, May I. The leading fu- course of a month, If expectations do not go amiss. tures ranged aa follows: Conditions in Nevada are more enWheat May. 82. 82, July, couraging and on a firmer foundation Sept., 86, 86 84. than ever before, an tho doctor main Dec., 68, 17, 87. 86a Corn-M- ay. July, Ulna He believes the present depres41. 48. In stocks la but temporary in Its 49, 49, 49; SepL, 60a, 49, sions for the reason that In Goldeffect, 49. Ifota May, 44. 44. July, field, Wonder, Rosebud, Yerington and campa there are mines with for43, 42, 42; SepL. 36, 36. 36 other tunes a few fet below the surface, a- Pork-M- ay, 116.00, $16.00. $16.00; that are bound to be won by the perJuly, 116.30, 316.30, 116.25; Sept, sistent efforts of raplullsU and experts who luff staked their fortune! $16.40, $16.21. $16.30. Lard May, $8.85, 18.85. 13.85; July, and reputations on the properties. Painters Attornay-at-kaw. $14 HAS Dr. C. A. Wherry has return Furnishings J. A. 8ETLZER. Watchmaker and Jeweler. 2Sth at Major Drag Store. R. B. FARNSWORTH DR. WHERRY RETURNS WITH GLOWING ACCOUNT. Csotrit and Kaahvflto IMS Mexican Central e 215 75 Mlaaourl Pacific 114 New York Central s,si,oeel22 Pennsylvania ; Jewelers In offics. tary FUTURE LIST, MS (ImiMMliltstlM ewes ,145 euese IlllnuU - , Nan - Loulsrlll Our splendid Mock aide yon to aelect Just what you want Come and see us. Stock remedies will be a specialty with us. t JOSEPH CHEZ. Attorney and Counselor at Law. 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg Ogdtn, Utah. Both phonos No 1-- Erie Garden and Flower THE HOUBEHOLD FURNISHING CO, No. 2300 and 2303 Wash. Avs, second hand goods bought and sold. Both phonos 1144. Attorneys 1-- Mli Atchison .... do preferred ...,, I 88 Baltimore and Ohio ....177 Canadian Pacific Chicago and North Western , , . .160 200 do preferred 25 Colorado Southern 28 Denver and Rio Grande 74 do preferred Phones. O. A. GRAVER 25 Firs Nafl Rank Bldg Bril PhOM 955 K. 4 - ... Sill Wash. House F. C. WOODS CO. Are (tecta. M 17 First " 8dn Both Phono y A Co. .Architects Architect. 5-- CLOSING tt; i i i L pre-vsle- Utah Feed & Produce muj.aaaM.ajt Ogden Business Directory aeaiero, NEVADA Pratt's Stack iUmediee. i f - Kansas City Cattle. Kansas City, Mo.. Mai 8. Cattle MUM Receipts 9.000; market strong. Native steers 4.75a6.30; auxker and feed Were Meetly in the Hands era Dealing 32.00al.35; bulls $1 154.80; calves f a Narrow Piweeelengl western led steers 34.35 I3.25n5.50; Class. 5.5u; western fed W 34.254.75. market 14u0; Hogs Receipts New York, May 8. Operation ia packers Heavy 8ti.3ua6.25; the stock market were at a minimum steady. 16.33 light 3l.4iia6.45; today and the feeble end unoertniu pigs ti.25ai.tie. were la significant fluctuations prices tiheep Receipts 10 u0; ateudy.Mut of the lack of conviction on the part tons lambs 7.o)a8.00; $E5tM6.60; were of the speculators. The dealings fed wethere $5.5Ws7.i0; range ' in the bands of a narrow professional 5.26a6.6l. class and could not be said to represent anything more than shifting , Produce. sentiment and efforts to detect a Ofi the produce exchange today the -- ( j course the tyi tendency butter market wa steady; creameries prices that might be followed. The 1125; dairies, 1823. marwheat occasional rallies la the firm at mark cases Included, ket Uaelf were of leas effect than 16;Eggs 16; prime firsts, 17. firsts, usual on storks because of foreign Cheese 1416. steady, damage reports In the movement. Condition, In the money market un Chicag Produce. iterwent light change, although clrcum Chicago, May I. Clone: Wheat manors point to declining resources July 84 3 4. of the banka. The 81,000,000 trans- May 82 Cora May 49 July 49 ferred to Ran Francisco figure in the Oats May 44 July 43. operation was shown by Pork May $16.00; July $16.25. deposit nt that institution against Lard-M- ay $8.85; July $8.97 withdrawals to he made from the Riba May $8.71; July $8.80. 4 in Ran Franrisco. Exports Rye Cash 7374 of gold are hot Immediately contempBarley Cash 7.T7. lated, apparently, but a later outgo to Flax, clover and timothy, no tradParis Is still considered probable. Sterling exchange reacted at Paris ing. today, but was weak here also. Weel. Money In London, however, la reBL Louis. Mo., May I. Wool-ste- ady; ported fairly abundant and with as little effect In arousing activity In the territory and western medistock market as. here. Some corpora- ums 222$; fin mediums 1821; fine tion requirements are aa Influence In 1416. the current money market la New York. Union Pacific seemed to take little harm from rumors of an intended Issue of convertible bonds to furnish new resources. It rallied to a gain of a point In the late market Bonds were heavy. 'Total sales, par value, $1,284,000. U. S. bonda were unchanged on call. WERE AT A STREET. ON OPERATIONS TRADING IS NOT UP TO STAND-UTAARD ON CHANGE. 1907. 9, i rough heavy 901''6.50; d to 86.106.25; piss choice heavy 6.406 iimarket Sheep Receipts lS.Ooop 50a strong. Natives an- - western $4. $$.65; Jamba 6.8J; yearling, f'i.SuxS-TS- . 5ua8.60; Breeders for farther particulars ! MAY THURSDAY, Street. I 1831. .Upholstering G. A. MULLER A BON, Doalor In Wall Paper, Papor Hanging, Painting, Tinting and General Decorating. Wo arc authorities on wood finishing. 2592 Wash, ave, opposite Library. Ind. Phone. 44-H-- H4 1 1 HI U II 1 1 1 1 4--H 1 KRYN VAN KAMPKN Upholstering, mattress making, can pat cleaning, laying and fitting. Furniture packed far shipping. 447 2ith Street. Both Phones, . - 1 14 41 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 met and surpassed by the most energetic efforts of our Interested cttl-eWUh this thought In mind we appeal to you to mako a generous and public-spiriteresponse to this Invitation to you and the ladle of your family to become member of tho Ilah-IdahTrade Excursion. e AUGUST H. PETtRSOX READ Mnoow August Illlbert, the 16-- ear-olson of August and Theresa Peterson, died yesterday at the home, 480 Cross street. He had bean suffering of walking typhoid fever 'for three weeks, and five days ago he fell from bl bicycle, striking hla head on tha ground. This resulted lb concussion f the brain, which, with typhoid fever, caused hla death. The funeral rerrlce will be held at 2 p. m.. Friday, at the Mnuqd Fort meeting house. The remain may be viewed at tha residence on the day of the funeral, between the hours of 9 a. m. and 1 p. m. The Interment will be made la the City cemetery. y d Itching, torturing skin eruptions, olifigure, annoy and drive one wild. Doans Ointment brings quick relief and lasting cures. Fifth cents at any dttig store. fmm iewaiS. Msmmmd f g seel fWMS All eouoTdiajnrmk - iyWaflrm tirfmtmi , mnry PrisM snti WrisfMMt ftaifcs EwreteF . mmm. . Maorlwik JSm-fwr- i' awa SOW m. WASMINOTON, O. C. .