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CITY DIRECTORY, SALT LAKE Th i.api'i--dream a mun ha is when In urean.s ti.ai !.,. miiv That lie i Mowfr a of! Cood ittiOuiSU Aii'i'Unrum.iig li:ii1r SsoM Cto Xo COSMO lit 1TKKMH.K loU.KT HOAP .naken ti, skin mt, white aud healthy. n wvuhjrf. Ivn-Tt- Or Uiouvy s HanrFWageneT-BrewliigGoTr. Celebrated Sail Lake it.v. I'lah. i..alit;. .1 Salt Lake Craphoptione Co. . I Si "I thought &rJSd. S. Main St. SMITH & ADAMS gpi&3 Wl''V WrtiitfJLl r, of Mat.uf.H-tur.-r- Wat-- . M v Commercial St. School Furniture and Supplies, office. Church and Library Furniture. C. P. Weber Co.. : W. Kiit St., Salt Lake, Ut.v.riah, u. A. MeMUlei.5I&air. i iMiTMIuIoco State Street. Salt Lake CHv, Ftah. HiRliCHt (tult t'rleo raid for Wheat auil (irnltl. CurUmil 1'Us a 24U The a Lumber Yard In the state. Country trade solicited. Wrapping in Oif Viw ai I'ajKT, I'm,:?! SALT LAKE CITY'S NEtV HOTEL 1 v i AAA AAA rilntprK 1 Bar-i,- THE IBtS ! '.vines. M KENYu.t--- AA " VV. CatKlogne free. NATIONAL Ixa claimants OF TBI! STAUCH WILl GO ""J.C.KUBINGERBROS'C? Tir. Ayer's Pills ofier :he surest and swiitcst iclief from constipation and all its attendant ills. They cine dizziness, nausea, heartburn, palpitation, bad breath, coaled tongue, nervousness, sleeplessness, biliousueas, and a st ore of other ahectionii that are, after all, only the signs of a tmo e deep rooted disease. You can find more information about Dr. Ayer's Pills, and the diseasea they have cured, in Ayer's Cure-booa story of cures told by'the cured-Thibook of 100 pages is sent free, on request, by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, HUm. IMITATORS, ASK YOUR GROCER "Well?" interrogated Dodd, relaxing his grip on the ink bottle. "Well! BUT NO EQUAL IT AND TAKE FOR NO OTHER. i colored tea. r.r?TP to Fm 1 uv2 coloring; it RELIABLE. is Wm Best needs no good enough. "PAY ME WHEN ABE YCU CURED".... Not One Dollar Required in IF YOU SUFFER FROM HOOD, Lv. Seniinnl Weakness, Varleoefle, Hydrocele, small or Syjihilis, (iononlnra. Stricture, shrunken orpins, iiremuinre old are and all other private disease, whether eattsed by isnio-ranexcess or cout aion.no m titter how severe, you can consult Dr. (i. W. Shohks. the physician who has tiven his lifetoctirint'ehroniedlsease. nnd lie examined, advised, treated and cured without paying him one dollar until the cure is effected. The doctor reserves the riirht. however, to refuse any incurable ease-- if he can't cure you he don t want your money. Such an offer was never before made by a responsible physician, and Dr. G. W. Shores is only able to rnalie it because lie positively cures these diseases. Don't waste another cent on questionable doctors, but consult the "Old Doctor'' and lie cured. HUS1NKSS SAl'KKDI.Y ( all at s'10 Hnrintm Hbn k dm. Shore Chores' tKHec) or G. DR. 6 W. - For further in'ormation 6. P. a T. ., SI. M. Ml. Louis IN THE brass-heade- " DIRT IN THE HOUSEJ8UILDS THE HIGHWAY TO BEGGARY." BE WISE IN TIME AND USE 1F AP a tsa i I 0. S. BHKHB FOWDEB. Jit! 0 BSr 1 i ttMHBFBi 1 1 black-and-whi- WALNUTS. Just why walnuts were named as they are is a mystery, for the word means "foreign nut." The black walnut Is indigenous to this country, nnd probably received ila name from its resemblance to the English walnut, s coined the name iu their own home before they came to Britain and found the nut which the Komani had doubtless brought over, as it was one of their favorite delicacies. Anglo-Saxon- In the old world the walnut is found wild in the Banat territory of Hungary, In the mountains of Greece, in Armenia, the north of India and in Japan. The Greeks neglected their native trees and imported a better variety from Persia. The Romans cultivated it to a great extent and got the first trees from Persia. They threw nuts at weddings as we throw rice. The old proverb says that "he whe plants a walnut tree expects not to eal the fruit." The tree is one of the slow est to come to maturity we know, for 11 does not bear till 20 years old. An old farteer nniL.tiMWiWiiHeT fifrT's" 'fin IT "u'JfanTlng walnut trees to dig a hole, place in a layer of de cayed leaves from the woods, plant the nuts with the husks removed, covet with a small heap of leaves and next year you will find some have grown. In another year you may tme your discretion about what saplings shall bf left to grow. Kduratlnn of l.ions. "When lions were still numerous and easily observed in Southern Africa they were sometimes seen Instructing one another in voluntary gymnastics and practicing their leaps, making a bush play the part of the absent game. Moffat tells the story of a lion which had missed a zebra hy miscalculating the distance, repeating the jump several times for his own Instruction. Two of his comrades coming upon him while he was engaged In the exercise, he led them around the rock to show them how mailers stood, und then, returning to the starting point, completed the lesson by making a final leap. The animals kept roaring during the whole of the curious scene, "talking together," as the native who watched them said, fly the aid of Individual training of this kind industrial animals become apler as they grow older; old birds, for instance, constructing more artistic nests than young ones, and little animals like mice becoming more adroit with age. Yet, however undent In the life of the species these aetmlslllons may be, they have not the solidity of primordial instincts, and are lost rapidly if not used. Kansas City Journal. tlredt!i Cars. Hays of the MinneJoU fsperlment station advocate the ad- tantaes of seed coin grown in tho vicinity cf where it is to be planted. In regard to this important matter h fays: "No other field crop is so subject io local influences. Tuiveraity No, uas uou" weu ln 0!lle counuw, im, nis met wun inoinerent suecsss m uome adjacent ones. It has proven well adapted to some soils, but i'l som parts of Renville county, for ex ample, it developed large stalks anij small ears, and matured late. Thui we ire led to conclude that varieties ol corn stilled to each locality can best hi developed in that locality. Once 8 kind of corn has proven superior la ( neighborhood it should be further developed by breeding. Every farmel who has a superior variety should glv it a name; establish a seed corn natch each year, and breed it for sale. Cora can be ao easily bred, such rapid improvement can be made, and it is auub aa interesting and instructive as wH as profitable 'side line' that farmer! could understand it with profit. This is not an Impracticable matter, ami many farmers are doing it In a thori ough manner. It is more difficult is breed wheat, timothy or clover. Additional profit comes from a farmer"! coru crop it he has a variety wisely chosen and especially bred for his own Not only has the well conditions. bred corn stronger inherited tendencies in producing large yields, but the farmer has added pride in It, which worki for cleaner fields lareer crops and greater profits. He has a greater interest in growing a variety of corn which is in part his own creation, II one has not a good variety of corn he should secure it. It may be necessary to try several, though the number should be limited. The experiment station could furnish one or more varieties, and could give information ai to where others could be found suited to a given locality. The selection oi a foundation variety is the most important part of the improvement and should not be hastily done. It necessary two to four years should be spent In seeking and testing new varieties. A peck or more of each new variety should be secured. Tha best can b chosen, by planting each year a few rows of each kind, the rows eight or ten rods long, harvesting, weighing ant making notes on the various qualities of each kind, These imall plots will reoulre only a nart of the seed, the re mainder of which should be preserved. Seed from the test plots will be mixed by growing near each other, and should When one kind la not be preserved. found to be superior, and is chosen for the foundation stock for a new variety, the remaining original seed should ba planted, Prof. W. 11. " VI I.. l u.olvrd Dairy Problems. Some of the unsolved problems !f ' TUB EXCLUENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS is due nut only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, bnt also to the euro and skill with which it is by scientific processes known to thu California I'm Syblp Co. only, anil we wish to impress upon ell the importance of purchasing the trua und original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the Calikoknia Fttt C. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding the worthless imitations manufactured by other a The hili Ktaiuliiiff of the Fio SviU'i Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the, pytiuino Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the mime of the Company agruaranty of the excellence of its remedy. It is fur iu advance of all other laxatives. an it nets on the kidneys, liver and bowels without irritating- or weakenand it does not gripe nor ing them, tuiiiM-ute- . In order to pet its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. d par-tie-- j.Irm .. Cai.1-Fiikm- 8AS( C!I. NEW YOUK, N. T. KHAM-1N'- LOl'IftVllXG. Kj. EDUCATIONAL. "" . . i niYHSIIi THE OF -- '' -- . KOTRE DAME, NOTRE DA.1E, INDIANA, FULL COUKSE5 Vi Classic, Lettem, Science, ,ivh, rc&t'nanicni ana utectncai Engineering. and Commercial Preparatory Thorough Courses. Rooms Free to all Students who have completed the studies required for admission into Hie Junior or Senior Your, ut any of the Courses. A limited number of Candidate, fur the Ecclesiastical sunn ill be rec.'tved at special rates. St. Edward's Hll, for boys under IS years, U unbiuo in enniplrietiess oE its equipments. The loyth lerm will open September ftth, iSoH. Catalogue ernt on application to KCV. A. flORKISSEV, C. S. C, President. are ST, MARY'S ACADEMY these: Where does the milk fat coma from? There is the problem connected with the feeding of dairy animals, to the mixing ot trients, writes U L. Van ' "l ( oiniiieti U bv Hie. Slaters of the Holy t russ. Studies for lioiirOirs tool iluv pupils will he releruis sumed the tlri 'j uesdnv in Septeinh-- r. iioiierute. Send rt terenees, ( utaloKiie. food nuSlyke in Hoard's Dairyman. We do not kuow positively in just what proportions these food elements should be mixed. It is a species of humbug to make one ration for a Jersey cow, another Tor an Ayrshire cow, and still another for a Guernsey, when the object In each case is to produce milk fat. The use of a feeding standard must alwuys be ac- companied by common sense observation of the individual animals we are working with, it we expect to secure DR. CHARCOT S TONIC TABLETS most economical results. We have, as ru til only pmltfvrtty guaranteed rPTmstylor th yet, no satisfactory method for deter10' Ins HaliiL, ftervttiisntwi and alelsnchoiy csu&ed bjMrohgrirlllt. mining the amount of fat or oil in thi km tn rorit boxguar-snfood. What we report as fat or other In cure any chsc v. It ha positive or retinul th Uio to and desUoi money, fat. is extract very Impure Hlute fur Into, . 'Ing llijuors. THE TBI HTS UN BP 0IVEN WITHOUT The question of milk secretion In the KNUWLtWIE OP THK PATIENT. cow has possessed intense Interest for STRON 8 D n N K a,.Yi?ih VprKnht the dairyman. The chief characteristic of fill. oil wn will mall yon four 4 brues and posiof the results of study thus fur made tive wrlitn riiiraiiir. to cure or refund your money. Single boxes 83 00. has been the finding out of things that C. SCHMOT, Druggist, are not o. The flow of milk can best I I V. I'TAH. K.utk Si.., SALT l.AKK he kept up by a wise use of succulent foods. The cream separator baa revolutionized our old methods, and it would seem as though we could hops tor little more In this line, except a cheapening of these machines to such "my wire lind pimples on hoc fare, but ehe oa been inking CASCAltliTS and they u extent that no dairyman can afhave all disappeared. 1 bud beea troubled ford to he without one, lor some time, but after tak with relating Strong Diick is Ocaili mm WM. una iMrr ti t oonstipiiuon Itur the flrst Caseiiret I bave had no trouble d d Moths. "!' In- fj" 1 a landlortl-In-ordi-ar- O the Mj;het prlct'ij lUkim; mit cohU but half the unmunt. . rimmJ an J In this sec- with this aliment. We cannot .uieal too hlgu-l- y Hogs Destroy Kkku WaktmsM, of fVtcareUt." 670M (iernmutowu Ave., tion, It the orchard Is used as a pig f'ltiladelplila, Ps pasture, with an average of say a pig CANDY to each bearing tree, or each tree bearCATHARTIC ing a crop, there will be little occa4 h .4 sion to fight the codling moth. Th well in cheek so pigs will keep tbem that they are not likely to become a serious tax, It the number of pigs is large in proportion to tho crop an apunple will scarcely touch the ground til it is picked up. The writer has ofPteamnt. Palauljie. ro'ent. Taste Good. Do Weskeu. or Ciritie. 10c. rw. iiOo. ten noticed them making regular Good, New an... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... rounds from one bearing tree to ai.rll.ff Srodr rMM.?. rsle.fl, Hmlml, Kw yrfc. tit other, to gather the fallen fruit, or of It all Tfl RPf Sold and1 cuarmitped Jumping up to run for It at sound (;tti to 1 HI Tobaco. Uabiu No animal, apparan falling. apple Oeiully Dull. Is ho fond of tree fruit as pigs, KUTOMATIC GRIP HECK YOKE "Do you think there will be any men ently, so Industrious In picking up the at the sea shore this Biiiuinor?" "Of or Is fruit Tho falls. worm or AN ACCIDENT AND LIFE PRESERVER. windfalls, course; the kind I met there last sumto the pigs and the pigs are Orpatpft Nfk Yok ever helpful mer were the kind who would n't ever helpful to the orchard. Ex. Maui ?Mj iuruiiillty ami nrfiy. find out that w e are having a war." fl Will nut nil w 15 iMineiy Tu!nir.. tuxtniiH tu If ili". liirtie (met: The man who is constantly hearing i'tm i:s. from his creditors) is a man of letters. t'lntn nnnirk' TINY HOUSES. IM Value of Sklmmllk. The magnitude Nlrki'l ..oons ttud A' daiIn our sklmmllk A most curious insect Is the tree and value of the 'i NlrKpi O:;!, I X. Til i! mi ' vorticella. It does not tuild a house, ries Is seldom fully comprehended. A Mr I' Imllt .VllKT. but Instead, w ith Its fellows, builds up conservative estimate would place it ( ii Kr JMrttr,..,, .ta stftfH' In Ihrpp t4 tu (il tip a sort of tree with waving brum lies at G0,0O(i,Oo0 to $75,000,000 annually, KB rin uUr. n; frUheral with a possibility of exceeding from which the Terms to.lgi'uU hang like flowIt not Infrequently occurs ers, swaying back and forth In their Judicious and Intelligent AUTOMATIC GRIP NECK YOKE CO. under that of colors and gay green yellow. 81 11 inllna- S rc-1- . MunmnllH, Ititt. of utilizing this product, higher system The must mr.gr.If rent palaces built returns are realized than from the net by man for dwelling laces 1nk into butter fat. In many cases, however, Insignificance when compared with the value of the sklmmllk receives but ome of the houses constructed by inTho fact little If any consideration. Dodd laughed. ONE FOR A DOSE. El 1 1 I sects. An interesting example is the t)i value ot so important a prodthat "Don't worry, r'hmnagan,' he said. -, B EBB SBBI ar the who with BilnoiinI'.intJ tin- Bin"), brlckmaker, lays btkki uct tan he largely Ignored, testifies Cure Ui'ioU. IipkiilI tie--0"K'b not fur yon." skill of a m.iiion. making a house ot either to the f.-ot llo- .vo-IA dJ carelessness a lifted ik" And then, the box from f..r ttenjl h. Tio'f (we? niru kn. bricks nr pe!!c!s laid regularly lull lio. f"t will nisi! s'l'.t'i" tr of the American dairyman or to the midst of ch!l Hiand shavings, and tiny CS I0SAN10 CO., FHILA., FA. Hold oy ilniMKi and so evenly there aie no chinks beof favorable dairy set It proudly drawing table, tween them. It makes Us own bricks lavish endowment C. F. Curtis. Mr. Flannagan Its and lays them up with no help. These advantages by nature. Ihey explained real purpose. 0ldes!ij!l!5 brick houses are usually fastened to Marl. Marl is a name which la apThe burly 1",nr(l regarded them Eye Water the more leaf some ot water plant. usually as to a6He, deposits earthy plied though dreadcautiously for L'.m't hurt of Iid. or Cm ret"ri' pp and character their wi In An Insect railed the liosiulo lives In or less friable ret). fO 'L m '!'Mi-- i .mi, Juin li'H ;'"!' ing some 3f"L a Pfsently IiIb feafilU b'tU ltd' t'l". Wi nut. n n.'f ut in PvtTf a glass house v. hicu Is often found containing carbonate of lime In quantures relaxed Into grhn smile. 4 JOHN H. I1CHKV DHlKi CO., I rnibose from tities ranglns: usually from 6 to 05 pric.Vr Bilhial. lpuu.i.ii . ,,PPn M broken by natr.ralisis--whethe"ijinre, tin' material. th 100 of un"n't Is pounds said, or not the of he some ye stones enemy pounds per didn't have busy," known, The flosi'lile has a long foot It must be evident, therefore, that If time to Ret the rint res,yr. nir b" mu lt." said Dodd stalk which It fastens to a water plant one intends to make use of a given de"The rent Lly t tlii'Mt i I t "It ginerally iof. bedad." retorted and remains moored the rest if Its life-I- t posit of marl for the lime contained in Is very sensitive, and at lh slightIt. he should first have a sample of it won't bother ve Flannagan. Uiii'.S ftHHit ALL tUt rAil. now. boys, as 1 just set tin' p est alarm retreats Inio Its glass dwell- analyzed. If ihe material will not n.st imall iiyrup. 'i't.s Ghk1. l vJ Oood morntn" in ti'ii.", upon the addition of vinegar, In a new buslne s..i hr to ve, ing. When It emergen it seems to b film of smoke ut first, for there nru It probably contains but little carbonin good luck to"" Madheriaktn" busidoubtful s of be US glass-likness." ate ot lime and may filaments attadied to H oia 31. 1898 for food In value. This test should precede, and W. N. U., Salt Lako.-N- o. lobed body which srr-r,,),.. Rrowl(,fl mT united behind his the water which Is stowed beneath th not be substituted for. a careful can-tta- l U'xn Aosuciincj Advertisement Dodd, M hindS, ' hiake a joke ot landlord. "Had analysis. Mention This fape.. it. Insect Id its quer tuiupairnt hom. brass-heade- 155 Main St., Salt Lake City. 2461 Washington Ave., Ogden, Utah. or fvnt In plain wrapper, einrpr'N, prepaid, tot T. C. S. CRANE. 3:30 P. 6:50 P. BROWNING BROS.' CO. SHORES, b PURE, STRONG IECONOW11CAL IS j NEXT DAY I Shooting, Fishing, Camping, Baseball, Athletic or Sporting Goods mid rhotogriiplilr Supplies, send for our new catalogue, which wll Line, or llxntl tanieras trive you the best wholesnle prices, which cannot be equaled east or west. Itisfreefor the asking. ROW A KK at our Ogden store, and the most comrWe itlso have a complele line of plete JKKPAIK MIOl'H in the country. & ircutar sent tm regue s handsome illmtnted booklet address ...J:00 Noon. IK VOl' WANT ANYTIHNO CURE YOURSELF! Vutt ilia for unnatural Idisrharijfi, hitiaiiiiiDitioiie, or uhvrationa of 11C004 nu'Dibrans, 1'n.iiilnuH (! 7 r nd 9:10 A. M. . WHOLESALE PRICES. tint HUtniii v St. Louis---lvChicaco An. Ntw York mr. Boston Lock Box 1585, HALT I. ARK (I TV, IT A II df. GENTLEMEN, 1 WANT THE TUNT. finding a match and lighted a raking Pittsburg storey. The smoke was to him as Delphic vapors were to the priestess perched on her tripod. "Let us "Inspiration!" he cried. make a coffin ourselves. Where are those carpenter tools of yours, Doddy?" Dodd almost hurled the into a corner. Lutterworth allowed the money to sink hack into his pocket. Both were on their feet in an instant. "You'll find the tools in the closet," said Dodd. "That window seat will do for a coffin, won't it?" "Yes; and the white hangings to line it with," ejaculated Lutterworth, tearing down a gorgeous satin mantle, the pride of Dodd's collection, as he spoke. Trawley fished out the carpenter'3 tools; Dodd found some nails, and to work with a will went this trio of amateur undertakers. Slowly the window seat, which had once been a macaroni box. found itsell metamorphosed fur the third time on this occasion into a really respectable-lookin- g coffin. A paint pot, borrowed from the janitor, lent color to the exterior; the Interior was richly lined with Dodd's white wtin hangings. The nails, set nearly kept the satin In place, and Dodd painted on the lid tho Inscription: Barillon, "Etlenne-Aloy- s 10 aged months." As they put the finishing touches to their work, there came a knock to the door, and. without being bidden to enter, old Flannagan, to all that dwelt beneath that room, heaved his corpulent frame into tho painting shop. "Gintlemen," wh'rwd Mr. Flannagan, "I've come fther the rlnt." "One moment, llannagan: tine moVo"re just ment." said LuCTwarth. coffin." finishing this Mr. Flannapan Jaw dropped, for the word "coffin'' rmiiiuled him of how were said to bave grasping landlords W rative Ireland. been treated in "Finlshln' a comn. he repealed, black-and-whi- Advance. t ought les-defe- cts. Schilling's STRICTLY In we 1 Tpnnrr i mi EXPERT SPECIALIST IN ALL DISEASES OF MEN, WRITE think that It undermines health, and the .7 REGISTER. ' Do you to allow the city to get hold of that little scrap o' humanity? No, my boy. The Earlllon baby was the guest of American Art, and American Art's going to bury the llarlllon baby." "For J2.50!" Interposed Trawley, "You mean well, Lutterworth, but the 'iing'g absurd." "Look here," said Lutterworth, push ing some books off his bed and sitting down in their place, "I never fancied we could do the whole thing for $2.50. " But a collection ex"Collection nothing!" Dodd claimed with emphasis, "There's not enough money to buy a sparrow in the entire settlement. Do you think I should be tolling here if wealth could be picked up for the asking?" Lutterworth shook his head dejectThen he took $2.50 from bis edly. pocket and began counting it. "Barillon doesn't know a soul but ourselves," he said. "Besides, the poor chap can't speak more than five words of English, And as for little Madame Bari I don't know what she'll do it the city gets her baby." Once more there was silence in the Dodd was laboring painting shop. fruitlessly, aa it seemed, to produce a foggy effect with a piece of smudgy Indian rubber. Trawley succeeded in I f rourse Sonif Tropic eem to tiT8 no feelings." "Oh. these coarse natures, yon know!" said Trawley. "What can yuti whom expect from an fate has made the landlord of a studio We But I say! building? have a lot to do yet. The coflin, fine as it is, won't save Barillon's baby from the city. We must discover tome means of raisins money." " Lut"I have two dollars fifty terworth was beginning, w hen the door opened once more, this time to admit the janitor. He held a handsome bundle of while roses in one hand, and in the other a penciled note, which he presented to Dodd. 'Trora Mr. Flannagan!" he said. Dodd opened the note and read it aloud, at first with some impatience. but with growing wonder as he pro- ceeeded. 'Mister Flannagan presents his com pliments.' it ran, "but will you kindly accept these roses to put on that coffin of yours? suppose the French artist cannot afford a plot in the cemetery. own a big one, and there's Well, sir, only myself ami my wife. We'll feel mighty pleased if the French artist will take a little slice of the Flannagan ground. Mister Flannagan also presents his compliments, and says that if you like 1 will send my carriage around to that Fench artist's, as maybe he can't hire a hearse. 1 also send a little money with Mister Fiannagan's compliments, to defray expenses. "J. J. FLANNAGAN." "P. S. That con'in is a dandy, and I don't like to see it go to waste." Dodd looked penitently at Lutterworth. "I tak It ail back about the coarse "That natures," exclaimed Trawley. landlord of yours is a trump. What good news for poor Barillon!" "One touch of nature," said Dodd, from th taking up the corner. "Bless me, that misty effect seems quite successful now or is it in the my eyes?" Herald Brenan Easter Criterion. and Supplies. OR, G. a their You needn't given even that hold out your paw, Dotldy; you are not going to get one cent of it. Haven't you heard that poor old Barlllon's baby died this uiorniug?" You cannot afford to drink Prices from s to I'lV). Fuil Hue nf sumplooii nd nt Oscur GroshelPs. t.M Main, Apt. for Utah ir POUNO ike kw as far A" a nam ano a half W. S. Pieree. .Suit Luke. Utah. CASH m hjst am OFAKY OTHEB STARCH. First Soui'd St., SaltLake. P.iool Furniture That so?" rarked Dodd, without looking up frot the black and hl:e before him ' What the deuce did "Yes. a poor devil lite Harillon waul bablvs for. anyhow?" "H'mr conmated Dodd. "What I want, to know i. what induced a fairly successful 1'Hich landscape painter to settle over iere? Even American landscape palnerg can't sell unless they start a young ladies' daubing school or give e dances sequently D01U immediately observed that the othet mau's overcoat was missing. "What did you get for It?" he asked everely, "Only $2.50. Lazarus said It was an old, old friend, or he shouldn't have scientific prinei- - J pies, by wen who have had years of f t pvr.pi'InTii'A in fnnnv laonfl!Tif restores old linen and summer dresses to their natural whiteness and imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. The only starch that is perfectly harmless. Contains no arsenic, alum or other injurious substance. Can be used even 'si for a baby powder. RtQUlRESKftCSOKINQ u OHi EISPISilS' THIN f! ifttmerly suffered from indigestion of the stomach, but iih e I and wekne began the ue of Dr. J. C. Ayei'i 1'ilLs, I have the appetite of the iaimer sboy. I am 46 years of age. and ieeomiuei:d all who wih to be free i nm dyspepsia to take one oi Dr. Ayer's Fills alter dinner, till their digestive organs aie in guod order." Wm. 6teiske, Giant, Neb. T IRONING MADE ma mm m tm tm m s BtCDHOS. UTAH P0HTRilTC3.-u?- j u rSARCK ttrry I'lionotrratJhs, les. Cariors iit;ii s;;iles-t- it :.koi itv. t'tnh JJtiono-si.iyne- .'. i'ves. sir.il M;;r. fJDf-fDiCKail Orde.ir.nd Got Prices SnUv'niL(3, From W. HEK"ER3 7Tholessto t'r.il reiaii tleah'in tnport'd tint! Donifc 'Ue.GrenuiiU Groc. t ish ami Fonltry. riTR iirui Tooaeeo. i'S - j S. Wain. il nutehes, -- studios." There was slence, Dodd was performing some lysterious rites with a discarded too'.l brush on the background of his tack and white. Traw-le- y was thinking. The door opewd unceremoniously avid Lutterworth cane in. Lutterworth was Dodd's partner in rent paying, and their wardrobes were in common. Con- This Starch v inti lor I'.ood;.. Oftice Trawley cans at0 poJJ's pa'.niias-ho- p and $at dtwn. heavily on one of the ImpraetieaV couches. Barillon'i lihy's dead," he feeling n0ng the hearthrug for in the sevei itv of thr di eae nr the prompt and per lrc t cure pei formed by Dr. Avers iiailai results occui in everva-- e Fill, Dr. where Aer's TiIU :ei used.- ';Tli-- y me ilit- comnn.n I'ight aMay" helped oi those who haw used thm expreision Here is another testimony ;u the truih oi this statement; HAS MANY t' SIIEW them. "ki.ikki ! Kuropeau Plan. Cor. Main and 3rd So.. Salt H. Hrisaoher, Prop. i. year EASY. Main Street. Salt Lake City. Utah. Write ns for prices on anything you need. riiUSUtiRAPH lat I.utude. - JEWELRY! Katt s aue, iix, everywhere. said that tin re eiv A A A. riaflMfflwA 4 M. A. MILKS, HP.'niinTFI Hold complexion and a rlenr COSMO 111 TTEllMil.R should surety die." I Corner Main uml Second bouth. wly Furninhed! Most lteiinnmlIe Ii:tlcI V AT CHE S SOAP. tiiade it an- - o's-- la Ill LAMBEHT PAPER GO. KverylhiiH', jirfwt skin. I'iiL'ruus at ' For fifteen years I was a great sufTerer1 from indigestion in its worst forms. tested the tkill of many doctors, but grew worse and worse, until I became so weak I cu aid not walk fifty yards without having to sit down and tcj-1.- ' My stomach, liver, om! hentt became affected, and thought I would surely die. 1 tried Dr. T. C.Ayer's Tills and tiiey helped me tight away. I continued their use and am now entirely well. I don't know of anything that wifl so ouickly relieve and cure the terrible bu'ierings of- C.dyspepsia as Dr. Ayer's Pills." JohnI'ritchard, Brodie, Warren Co., S. c. in This case not extraordinary, either in I'tah and Idaho MeCniick HuildiuK- TAYL0R:n0MNY-AHMSTRON8T- .he Veat hi Karop.. healtl-It is experitace; Money to lnatt on improved farms in ff'7 IS i"!.! For a TVhen the stomach begins to laii in ,is duties, other organs ptrrdily become affected in sympathy, nnd hie U simply a burden almost uubearable. Indigestion and d)pepia are so common that unly the sartcrcr tram these diseases knows the possibilities oi misery that inline in them. A typical example of the suftn uig of the victim of indigestion is. hirmlu-in the ca-- e ot John C. Pritchard. Me went on for nkeen vears, from iiad li In spue of doctors he grew constantly and thought he would die. He got WfU, however, and thus relates h: Tens, stack rov. frir-- l'ut. southee-couche- ' Sfcitfa It tieariice BABY. . Fifteen Years of Suffering. Assayer and Chemist uorin-iilur- they lik? CAlllLDN'S fee SKILL OF DOCTORS TESTED. SeI! Lake Electric Supply Co. Sie.d See. (, E H Alrls. J:P6. It Wliuiehiiie ami lieu,;! h KvuiiMaD-.- . I ; U M ... 1! K.; l'SU'lie'i. 1.) P'lCS. Wr.tefor t iia f.mr butt ehips in e ace .iHm.i.Km. that, wiii c.iat Hoc tiu'.: f the women yon T) e rest like the or Vfiy Guaranteed! bacco lb:t cur makes we all aieii iu jlj, blvou pure, jo,-- . i. Ait CURES CORNS tick. lie at Kil drufsUts. 'TOE-GU- olive. ii:;t. a f t aPi-aM.-ic,he Baa ivouMu't be tit for a woman to live with. KELDEN. JUDSGN DRUG CO. WiK.It-se Vru Htm h?imvu Theory Mtj of the ran;. mi r.c1 it' t'OiiJi'-Reiier Ha;anvt am! balers hi n.i kinds ttutireii' , chines. resdh- u.ait'.el Utah !mp!ement Go, S- -' ru!nBili Bo:r Pear.rg H ode' few Chjv4eiy j 1 I . V . Wujj-fn- TV: H'. Ihm-cI- B WHAT THE RECORD BOOK SAYS. YOUR GROCER SELLS IT EVERY CAN OF U.S. BAKING POWDER DbsGUNN'S O i short-sighte- l t d ' i. AT .11 THE FOLLOWING PRICES: Is Guaranteed 5 OZ. CANS, io CENTS. 8 OZ. CANS, is CENTS. 16 OZ. CANS, 25 CENTS. j our Art W LyeS Sore.'' , STRONG AS ANY ON THE MARKET . AS 1. w H ye-v- DROPSY .1 OR MONKY REFUNDED. WHY NOT TRY IT? 4U 4M i , TW, Is ttrent S Kins jou Kiv.t. r i,,l o, nttnent ..tisiiu-ti.;- on I be side ilmn any 25 c ! bkln ZZTXl', su. ZTti $l t powder you ever twvuvvuvmwvwvvvvnvvvvwwwMvvwvwuvvwmwii "'" C-- i e 'Told-heartf- .