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i .v z;- ' , - . , -. - - - . . !pr-j.-'f -j; 4 I Beck s Jewelry Store. -A Magnificent Stuck of- Bid aM Useful -Presents, At Prices to Suit Everybody. Watches, Clocks, Diamonds, Opals, Rings, Canes. Rogers Bros. Solid Silver Knives. Long Cliiiins, Umlirellrts, Spectacles. Lovely China and Out Glass. JRj&rovo City Xltsalhu FOR WINTER EVENINGS. tome IsterMllDg Games A Yoajue for Entertaining; Toonff People. ovr In iMMMHel a, rM-.Trrr.i w-Msm-aa v- ? sshjav. i"--! mm m III CALIFORNIA 'S Best Newspaper, an a A Lsrgo 32-Pae Metropolitan Paper, Every Column Bristling With UVE NEWS. AND A COPY OF THIS PAPER 12 Months lor THE DAILY BULLETIN (Sunday Included) SG.OO A YEAR. .ox naps m Matter No one can get too much gnod reading. It is hem ficial under all conMtions. Good reading is to he hal vejy ( heajd- now-a-days. By getting your read ng matter in connection with The Independent you can get it more cheaply than hy any other means. We can quote luhhing rales with almot any paper or periodical published. Thw following are samples: The Independent and MeCairs Magazine. both one year for $2.25 McCall's vronth!y Magazine "is one of the leading fashion magazines of the day, ami every lady in Utah should have it. It is first class, and at the same time quite cheap. A free pattern goes with each year's subscription. sub-scription. The Independent and the . St. Louis Semi-Weekly Republic both one year for $2.25 The Republic is one of the best general newspapers puhli?I:ed in the Mississippi valley, ami furnidies a large quantity of ne: and other matter at $100 per year. Out paper and it at $2.25 make a combin-etiun combin-etiun hard to beat. "New and original ways of entertaining' enter-taining' a small company of young people peo-ple excluding dancing and cards," are not so easy to discover, but perbapt you have not heard of some of the many new literary games that are at the present time so very much in vogue; literary amusements, it se-m to me, 'vill be especially suited to ttir nish diversion for your busbuiidV pnpils whom he and you wish to enter .ain on successive Friday evening's. "Throwing light" is n good simple iame. Two ofiicers are clicsen who must be quick and clever. After a consultation con-sultation with each other they ugrc ji) a word that has several uieu)iii such as box shooting box. theater box. bandbox they then proceed to di- ourse on the word to the genera! oniii pany. being careful not to "throw too much light. As soon as any.mc guesses the word he consults with tin officers, and if correct in his surmise he too proceeds to "throw light." A time limit is imposed, aud forfeits nie collected from those who in. say ten minutes have not guessed the word; but. on the other hand, if all have guessed it in ten minutes, the ofiicers must pay the forfeits. At.other m:re L-omplex game, which requires ronie preparation. is one where the hostess has ready numbered cards with paint id or pasted signs, scenes, small ar-t ar-t ieles and clippings to dist ribule nuior.g her guests; everyone is allowed a few minutes to guess the meaning of eaeli card, and to write the answer on small score cards provided for the purpose. A prize is given at the end of the evening even-ing to the one who has the greatest uumber of correct answers. Here are some suggestions for the csirds: a large bow of Iwiy indicates Hayti. a red C is 1 he lied sea, the names of two states joined together is the United States, and an eye and a tally card is Io.ly Any number of combinations w ill read 1 v suggest themselves, and thi game is always taking with young peuplc Perhaps not less amusing than ihes newer games is an old-time spelling-bee, spelling-bee, where the company nre cquain Jivided into two portions and vtand in lines opposite each other; a word is given out first to the person at the end if one line who may spell it correci-ly. when another word is given out to the Dpposite line, but if the word is not correctly cor-rectly spelled it is passed to the next erson opposite, and so on alternately jp Ihe lines until the one who spells it correctly has tJie privilege of choosing one of the opponents to be on his side; the game ends wh n either side has iron a sufficient majority. To vary the jame evenings, why do you not have a palmistry evening? Some one should Jress as a gypsy, and, having studied ip on the subject a little, tell fort uihs Hid rend hands; this will be sure to te opular. A Scotland evening is also er3- mucn tne tiling; uiere may Ik-readings Ik-readings from Scotch authors, ami .rames where Scotch topics are treated; Jne mighl be a game of quotations, and :arus given to the guests with misquoted mis-quoted extracts from Scotch verse written writ-ten on them; whoever is able to change :he greatest number of quotations to their correct form to win a prize. On the same order would be a game of .ards with written questions about Scotch books and Scotch history, the one who is most apt in the answers to -eceive a prize a book of Scoteh verse is a prize. IJave one evening devoted :o charades. young people nlwnys enjoy en-joy these; and on another a Mother joose jwirty. For the-latter tht hosteFs mist pro'vide cards wilh the name ot iome Mother Goose character written on each, and when all the company lias gathered she must demand of everyone the verse to which his character relates, ind demand a forfeit of him w ho cannot correctly quote it. Harper's llazar. tracts at a much lo We derstood that the rednet the neighborhood of 50 cents per l.C00? Under the new bid a man can go to any post office and purchase envelopes at $21.30 per 1.000 already stamped w ith two-cent stamps. This, is approximately approximate-ly but 13 cents per 100 for the envel-, opes, or, to get it down mi:h finer, only four cents for a package of 25 envelopes of the best government grade. A Soft SIkb. ........ "Ellen, ha George come home froci school yet?" called Mrs. Snaggsto her servant. " Yes. ma'em." came back the answer. "VThere i he?" "I haven't seen him." "How do you know, then, that he' home?" " "Iieeauee the oafs' a-hklin' under the dre6er." Philadelphia Inquirer. r rice. Tt nnj 1 IJOtls OP ARMY AND HAVYk action will beiil , A cannon ball fired from one of the great Krupp or Armstrong guns travels 2.887 feet per second. The fixed bayonet was not iised in tne charges, either at San Juan or El BOYS SEE THE POINT. Titer Make is? Money. ?Ial.e it Esy. ao Capital Invested. How They Do It. Equal to the Orcailoi. Agent I have a most valuable work to sell, madam; it tells you how to do anything. Lady (sarcastically) Does it tel! you how to get rid of a pestering agent? Agent (promptly) Oh, yes. madam, buy something of him. Illustrated American. What Job Miaaed. "Poor old Job! He had a hard tame of it." said the man who reads up in Biblical history once in awhile. "At Ieas;t." said the m-an who always fK'es the bright side of things, "he was lucky enough to die before coon songs j were invented. Indin.nipoli Joj nal. Spain's Greatest 'eed. Mr, R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona, Spam, spends his winters at Aiken. S. C. Weak nerves had caused severe pains in t lie back of his heirt. On using Electric Hitters, America's trreatest Hlood and Norte Remedy all pain soon left him. lie says thii grand medicine is what his country needs. All America knows that it cures liver and kidney trouble, purities puri-ties the blood, tones up the stomach, strengthens the nerves, puts vim, vigor and new life into every muscle, nerve and organ of the lody. If weak, tired or ailing you need it. Every bottle guaranteed, only 50 cents. Sold by C. J. Tetersoti druggist. SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Caney'. It is claimed it should be made ' hundreds of men encaged in St. bouts smaller and sharper. One of the new forts in Charleston. harbor will be named Fort Capron, In, honor of the young captain who was killed in the battle of La Guasimas, iii Cuba. Our government has bought 253 boats since the beginning of the war, and has1 paid over $0,000,000. The smallest are launches run by .naphtha or electric engines, while the largest are trans-: ports of 8.000 tons. Cordite cartridges sent from the factory fac-tory at Waltham Abbey to India five years ago, after being subjected to every practical test of heat, cold, dryness dry-ness and damp, on being used at rifl ranges have been found to be as good as when first made. M. Edouard Lockroy, French minister minis-ter of marine, intends to refuse all applications ap-plications for the temnorarv service of 1 foreign officers w ith any of the squad rons, l oreign ofiicers may still be admitted ad-mitted to ships in remote seas, and also to a few stations on shore. It is a curious fact that, although ft lustile ship may sail right up to another an-other hostile ship while flying the colors col-ors of a friendly power, she must not lire a shot until the has shown her true colors, as such a proceeding is contrary to the rule of modern war. In 1S8S and 1SS9 the number of French and Tlussian warships combined com-bined was 59 per cent, greater than the number of those owned by Great Britain. Brit-ain. Now it is only 15 per cent, greater. It must be taken into account, however, that France and Russia number among their fleets a good many obsolete vessels, ves-sels, and therefore their superiority is only on paper. RAILWAY ITEMS OF INTEREST. There are nearly 3,000 stitches in pair of hand-eewn boot. Women, according to Sir Eraamu Wilson, have, as a rule, much coarter hair than men. ' There is a breed of dogs in Rnsei which are said to be naturally quite unable to bark. i It i.i said that every thread of a spider's web is made up of about 5,000 teparate libers. To make 1.000 watch movements by hand would cost $80,822; by machinery they are produced at an expense oi $1,799. In all of Europe there are 154, S25 mile-? of railroad. In the United States there are 180,891 miles. The railway journej- from London to l'asle (Switzerland) can now be made in 13 hours :.nd 35 minutes. The inspection of track elevation in Chicago shows an elevation of 19 miles j of railroad during the present year at : an expense of $10,000,000. In the territory of the Central and Western Passenger associations are about 150,000 persons entitled to special spe-cial rate3 of fare because they are tctively engaged in religious work. The Austrian minister of railroads has giver order-s bearing on the general gen-eral question of the requirements that work in the offices of the ministry shall be suspended on Sundays, New Year's day, Corpus Christi and Christmas. ALL ENGLISH. and in a business which brines a weekly profit of fiom ?S.Oi.O to flO.OCO. It s the selliiis; of daily papers. Hundreds of families live comfortably com-fortably on t'ne profits of tho sale of daily news papers. In St. Louis the favorite newspaper with ' tins t oys ii- the I'ost'Dispatch. because it sellslx-st. A ii in vest igation lias shown that the boys sell more copies of the daily I'ost, DiSPATeil t liit it t he i oinbined sales of the two oilier EtiRlisti eveniiiir papers. One ot the pleasures the hoys find in sell- I itr papers 's tliey are their " own boss." They come and c when t hoy please. While ninny have rejrular corners and Hcwstarirls. others merely ttaikthc streets each having his own peculiar way of "crying'' out his papers. The situation is iiite different on Sunday. The papers are primed in the n oi rtiiitr ai.ti , by six o'clock the boys and men art i-ui in search of buyers. I hero are lour hnsusli Sunday papers. Many boys take out 1 hree hun.lr'd papers. A boy taking from two to three hundred papers has all he can do to g'-'t over the jrrouad Sunday its on week days finds the I'ost-DisI'atch I'ost-DisI'atch everywhere. It's a ready sel.er. If-the 'most'for the money." The Sunday 1'ost-IispatCH has many original and ex-elusive ex-elusive features, including the colored comic weekly. The ereat newspaper offices have what is called a "t irculalion department," the object ob-ject of which is to promote the sale of the papers. This department answers all re. quests for sample' copies (which are sent frcui. and soon. In this country as in St-Louis, St-Louis, they are constantly looking for "agents" (boys or men to represent them). This Is done by the :1I of traveling men and correspondence All letters are promptly answered. It is pleasant work, especially in the towns ouisideofSt. Louis. Hoys in the outside towns are not called newsboys, but agents. More money is made outside of St. Louis because the s Mlin. price is more and the I profit greater. If you would lik" to bo n agent for the Cost-Dispatch in this city write to the circulation cir-culation department of I'ost-Dlspatch. St. Louis. 9 niim e o 9 9 A uiell knoujo- iem Yorker ! paysjtliis.tribute to the Burlington's, dining-car serlce: "The dining-car service of the Hurlington Kotite i8 about the best there is. On every 'table in the dining-cur is a fresh bunch of Ariier-ican Ariier-ican Heauty roses, one of w hich the waiter affixes to your coat when you hate finished your meal. The clot It is changed-witheach guest, no matter how little soil- d. The menu, though not lou-J, Is wotider-fullj wotider-fullj well selected and admirably st rved." Oo FaM m . . r . ii y-- i ran : ii; ( t ' n the I'hioatro Svecial which leaves Denver St 1:40 p. th- Vt;l;.t;!i'l iMyer v, hi. h leaves al :t:S p. m., and i for yourself Ikca gtod. hv clean, how 1 C'lFonablo iwr iJ!i:i;nr-.'ar Ticket Omce 214 S. W. Temple St. W. F. McMlI.LAN, General Agent. Salt Lake. City. 11. F. Ncsleti, Trav. Pass. & Freight Agt. Grip makes one sick, weary and restless. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine brings rest. There are 5,000 temperance societies in London. It is stated that 1,000,000 bonnets were sold in London during one week j recently Personally Conducted Excursions. To all points East via the Rio Grande Western, Denver it Rio Grande and Great Rock Island Route leave Springville at 0 p. iu. every Thursday. Pullman rates, 3.00 to Omaha or Kansas City,J $4.00 to Chicago, $(5 00 to Boston and New York. Reserve your accommodations early. Get full particulars ot the agent, or write to T. J. Clark, T. P. A.. C, R. I. & P. Ry., 504, Duoley Uldg, bull Lake City. A OOAf TO MANS DR- TABLET'S ens tfl r t Wi$mmi a IND! 5zc "Or- 1 1 uinrnMn n ?m3 7l m Ml BUCKEYE PILE CURE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL suxl EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, by Mail, 75 Cents: Bottles, so Cents. JAMES F. BALURD, Sola Proprietor, - - 310 North Main Street, ST. LOUIS, K2L For Sale 3y C. J. Peterson, Drtiggistt." Chemists have extracted from cool tar 1G shade of blue. 16 of yellow, 12 of orange, nine of violet, besides shades of other colore too numerous to mention. Whales from 300 to 400 vear old are sometimes met with. The ae is at?eer- lained by the size and number of layer Land in England is 300 times as val uable now as it was 200 years ago, Liverpool has the two larpest lire en-pines en-pines in the world. They throw 1.800 gallons per minute a height of 140 feet. Battersea's vestry has decided to put up a refreshment booth in its cemetery. rhe French newspapers look on this as of the whalebone, winch increase yearly. proof that the English take their pleas-Women pleas-Women student at the University of urcs sadl3'-Berlin sadl3'-Berlin are not allowed to wear their A great cry goes up from London Lair in braids down their back. TWo "niters, v ho are required to shave as a girl Ftudents who persisted in doing conri.tion of employment. The rule is this were expelled. rigidly enforced in many of the leading It is reported from France that the itaurants. juice freshly expressed from poppy ftftns,, if promptly .applied-, on bees' -stings, will immediately alleviate the pain and not allow ar, inflammation to occur. DRINKS THEY CALL TEA. Centenarian Pennloner. Annuitants never die. The fact has just been illustrated by a circular from the Spanish ministry of jusTiee to the collective prolates of Spain. A law ns passed in 1837 dealing ".ith the Spanish national debt, according to which law there were certain nuns in Spanish convents and sisif rhixxls ho held a livn on the state for a small jllowance to be paid by the treasury io each member yearly. The circular aoes on to state in calm, officii style, that in 1837 the youngest of these re- liirious ladies was 17. the el lest was 50. Between them comes a varying , list of ages, and all these ladies be j it remembered, were state annuitants, j And now we are in 1808. and not a single i ieath has been recorded in these 01 vears. The nuns have with complete SAVED FROM SPANISH SHIPS. Gnna and Other Rellca Recovered br tb Kary (ran CrrerA'i Veaacla. The United States collier Leonidas lately delivered at the Washington navy yard and ordnance factory a vast imon;: of valuable salvage recovered by the wrecking companies from thej hulks of Admiral Cervera's warships aiong snore near Santiago, wnicti win, kinds of icaves from which tea can be be preserved by the navy as trophies of made, while the Tonkinese Lave tea "al "MU "pain, me reucs some, frorn beriies. IcaTes. woods and barks In Mauritius ihej- make a tea of the leave cf an orchid. In I'eru the3" drink mate, a tea made trom a native species of holly. In Sumatra coffee leaves are put in the teapot and the result is said to be excellent. 'J Abj-Esinians make a tea from the Laves of the catha eduils, which has such stimulating qualities that to chew a single leaf will p.roouce all thr effect of a stroug cup cf tea. It is most valuable to travelers. The Tasmanians are said to be the lucky owners of no fewer than 100 Have It Done Take your watch to h have it cleaned and guaranteed Right. '. N. West and flxod. Work THIS 3IKAXS BUSINESS. On the principal lines of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway passenger trains are electric lighted, steam heated and protected hy block signals. With these modern appliances, railway traveling at high .-peeds has reached a degree of safety heretofore unkown and not attainable on ro ids where they are not in use. Electric lights and steam. heat make it possible to dispense wit Ii the oil lamp and the car stove. Block sig nals have reduced the chances f r collisions to the minimum by maintaining an absolute interval in-terval of space betwene trains. For maps, time tables and in-'ormal in-'ormal ion generally, call on or address L, L. Downing. C'oni-mrrcia! C'oni-mrrcia! Agent, Salt Lake City, Utah. K. A. BEESLEY. TllOe. A. BKKSLSY. BEESLEY MARBLE HUB MANUFACTURERS OF HIGH-GRADE fllonamental : ttlork IN MAK11LE-AND MAK11LE-AND GRANITE- Examine Our Work. Get Our Prices. All work guaranteed strictly first claaa. PROVO UTAH G! in in Front! To Core t'oulipt Ion Forever. Take C';isea rets C'audy Clatlmrlic. 10c or 2SC. If O. C. C. fall to cure, ttruKjjiKts refund money. of wntch are massive in proportion and in a fair stale of preservation, considering con-sidering that they were exposed to the conflagrations which swept the Spanish Span-ish shins and to the action of sea wa ter for nearly two months, will be put :4n vMn..uiM . . . .... :m:.,...lnifnrmHvn!ipP(lni.ru. """uulull eiircu .e cono it ion as II IIU IJ I III I I J w. ! f- j rully througn,tne cenxury. ai.u ir main a compact and unbroken body of Til Independejit and the San Francisco Sunday Bulletin bo tli one 50 pa ber in tin n .' 26 ! I now truing a ivnoiay .ill ! I'.iiies. lir-.it UaelV lilUS- trated, and of such oxcelle-iKo lhat ii has already become the favorite Sunday paper of San Francisco. Market und-nnancial repor's are made a special feature. The subscription price is $1.50, but we can furnish fur-nish it and our paper for $2.50. The Independent and the New York Ledger Monthly both one year for $2.10 The famous New York Ledger, is now-issued, now-issued, monthly at 50c per year, is the great story paper of the day. It is better than ever. We cau save you money ou it. annuitants still. The youngest would be 78. the eldest 127, and almost all; the others have scored their three fig- j ures. The treasury finds something: iuspiciou in this unbroken procession ( of centenarians, costing it no less than SO.OOOf. Their lordships are asked for an explanation, and the venerable nuns are invited to furnish some proof that tJiey really are alive, "failing which." F&yis the circular abruptly, ye snail be scheduled as dead." rail Mall Ga zette. The JfeTT Ilny. The play was dull from end to end. The dramatist addressed his friend: "If not a hit. 'twas not a miss; I did not hear a single hiss." "True," said his friend, "but tell mi whether " A man can hiss and gape together?" Brooklyn Life. A Dird of a Librarian. Regular Frequenter (at public library) li-brary) I want to get a history of the Black Hawk war. and I can't find it in the catalog-ue. Have jou saich a book? Attendant I think so. Look under the head of 'tornithology." Chicago Tribune. CHEAP STAMPED ENVELOPES Coder Wew Contract tne tiovero-meat tiovero-meat Caa Sell Them for ftO Per l.OOO. Within a short time If is expected that the postmaster general will issue an order reducing the cost of stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers. This is made possible by the extremely low bids received for doing the work. The government doe-s not seek to make money out of the people In the sale of envelopes, but endeavors to put their price near the cost, report the Washington Wash-ington Star. It is interesting to note the immense sums paid by the government for envelopes en-velopes in the past. Thus in 1874 the price of the envelope most used by the public was $2.90 per 1.000 to the government, govern-ment, and the people had to pay $3.23 per 1,000. Four years ago (and the department is now operating tinder this contract) the department awarded contract upon a bid of $1.30 per 1.000 for the same envelope, and figured on selling them to the people at $1.80 per 1,000. The government will be enabled to furnish envelopes under the new con- r as possible in the ordnance sbon and will probably be distributed lo various points of the country for ex. hibition, the majority of them being destined to ornament the naval academy acad-emy grounds at Annapolis. Among the trophies are four 514-inch guns, with tbeir mounts and shieT.V taken from the Infanta Maria Teresa and the Almirante Oquendo; and ten guns of various calibers from the Cristobal Cris-tobal Colon. The breech plugs of ail the high-power rifles were not recov ered, but they can be duplicated in the gun factory from working drawing-which drawing-which the naval attaches long ngo secured se-cured abroad. Mnch of the salvage notably the gun shields, show the results re-sults .of the terrific fusillade maintained main-tained by the rapid-fire wenponsV)f th Ttrooklj-n and other American ship during the stern chase of July .1. Among the other articles saved by the wrecking company and brought to Washington in the Leonidas were a large quantity of shells of all caliber including 100 of 13-inch diameter: an' anchor and a lot of chain. 40 barrels of wine and the safe of the Cristobal Colon, which ha up to this time suo- cessiuny resisted all efforts made io secure se-cure Its contents. . Y. Tribune. - The plague of '99 La Grippe. The destroyer of LaGrippe Miles' Nervine. Qeenehed. "I understand that Fred Blakesley and Maude Ashbourne have ceased te be friends." "Yes, they don't speak to each other now." , "What's the trouble, I wonder?" "He started to propose to her the other night and had just begun to say that his breast was on fire when her father turned the hose on him." Chicago Chi-cago Daily News. of trees. ! of Memory. . Cleverton You talk to me as if you thought I was an idiot. Dashaway Pardon me. old man. T forgot. Detroit Free Press. j AlmoBt a Hint. Cholly (at ll:?.0 p. m.) I am always carried away by Vordi's music Dolly Then I'll play some of j, Town Topics. rTTA NT El Several trustworthy pirsons W iii this stiitc to manage our business in their nw anil ncurby counties. It. is niiiinly office work conducted at home. Salary Sal-ary si ruiht fcKHi a jeariind expenses defi nite. IxHiitt.tk. no more, no less salary. Monthly $75. References. Enclose self addressed ad-dressed stamped en -elope. Herbert E. Hess. President. Dept. M. Chicago. TO ftgNt- 1M mmm 1 0 Worthy d-S$pJ' '.if ff? 9 'V rVrT K A i war Different with He. They had been talking of the hero. "When he passed through our town. said the blonde, triumphantly, "I kissed him." "Quite likely,' answered the brunette, bru-nette, "but I have never found it necessary neces-sary to take the initiative iu such, matters. mat-ters. "Chicago Post. . . Doat Tobaere Spit and Smoke Tour Lift Awaj. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mag netic, full of life, nerre and vigor, take To-To-Bac, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men strong. All druggists, 60c or II. Cure guaranteed guaran-teed Booklet and sample free. .Address Sterling ICcmcdj Co , Chicago or New York. Don't Experiment. When grip attacks a person ot nervous nerv-ous temperament there is usually a great depression of spirits, the patient is plunged in despaii, and 110 amount i f argument or " raillery has any eff -t on his misery. The man or wr.iu.iii whose nerves become so shattered tiiat it is a torture to remain in bed, and the night is passed in a vain at-t at-t Miipt to get a little sleep is on the d iwu grade to t ervous prostration, i.isanity and death. There is no ime then to exi-eriment with new and untried remedies. Neglect or d; - lay in this respect may prove a fatal mistake. I Dr. Miles" Nervine is thehestof 11 medicine to. thu nervous, tired uui and s'eeples-; victim of the grip, just as it is the best remedy for nil other weaknesses and disorders of the nervous nerv-ous system. It attacks the minute germs of itnpnritv clustered in the IiWhhI and thoroughly rout then out o even hidden ronier of the bo ly. though Idoctered with sver.il physicians physi-cians I could not gain strength. My neryes became m completely unstrung that I could scarcely slsep at all. ami I thought I should surely die. I began be-gan taking Dr. Miles Nervine and in less than a week I was feeling very much better. After taking six bottles I was completely restored to health." " C. EL IIackett, Greene, N. Y. v A trial package of Dr. Miles favorite favor-ite treatment for the grip, consist!! g of Dr. Miles' Nervine, Dr.Miles' Antt-Patn Antt-Patn Pili4 and Dr. Miles Nervinean I Liver Pills, will -be sent absolutely free of cost to any. person sending name and address on a postal card, requesting sample, aud. .mentioning the name of this paper. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. WE ARE -ROOTING" FOR L'TAB. Are Yflu With Us? Uuh hat taken oo new Ian at pro ftritj. and tK waichvocil oi every prafrcss Ivc citizen thouid be "FOR UTAH" .THE. SALT LAKE HERALD, al.RRT ANO WIDE-AWAKE. 11 stvaT W incl faithful lo the tupjport and advance meat of Utah. EASY TO GET EASY TO PAY FOR. DAILY I0 per rear. $5 tor cnbntha. S150 ior 3 Booths. 65c per month. SMt WEEKLY Jt 50 per year. 11 m DEFIANCE BICYCLES Are recognized the world over as representing the highest type of excellence in bicycle construction. $25.00 KING and QUEEN $25.00 The best pair of bicycles on earth for tbe money. 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MS CALL S MAGAZBNE & Brightest Magazine Published , 5 Contains Beautiful Colored Plates. 1 Illustrates Latest Patterns, Fash- ! 5 ions. Fancy Work. 1 5 Agents wanted for this magazine in cueiy J 2 rocmtiiy. Beautiful premium lor a little J 2. work. Write for terra, and other parttc- utars. Subscription only atfc, per year, , g; includin,; a ruu rattera. SAcWre- THEMcCALL CO- g 138 to 146 W. 14th St., New York A Prominent Pbjrslrlan. A prominent New York physician in discussing the merits of Ripans Tabules with a brother M. D. said : " Several years ago I asserted that if one Trished to become a philan-thapist, philan-thapist, and do a beneficent deed one that would help the whole human hu-man race nothing couid be better than to procure the Roosevelt Hospital Hos-pital prescription, -which is the basis ef the Ripans TabuUs, and cause it to be put up in the form of a ketchup and distributed among the poor. Sale Xatcreaalac. The largest retail drug store in America is that of lieges an & Co. on Broadway in New York City. A reporter who went there o learn how Rjpana Tab- ulr ' were selling bought a five-cent carton and asked : "Do you have mach call for these?" He was referred to agp.ntleman who E roved to be the ead of the depart ment, lie eaid : " The salo of Ripans Tabules is constant aiid is increasing, due e? xKjLiily to the influential character of tho testimonials in the daily press, and growing out of these, through the recommendation of friend to friend. Satisfaction with them is very general. When once they are begun I notice that a permanent customer for them is mads. This, 1 believe, is through their intrinsic marit, which proves the bona fide character of the advertising. I think them specially useful in the general run of stomach troubles." An Elderly Vmtj. An elderly lady living at Fordh&m Heights, a part of New York City, and who was known to be a warm advocate of Ripans Tabules for any case of liver trouble or indigestion, said to a reporter who visited her for the purpose of learning the particulars particu-lars of her case : " I had always employed a physician and did ao oa the last occasion I had for one, but at that time obtained no beneficial results. I had never had any faith in patent medicines, but having seen Ripans Tabules recommended vrry highly in the New York Herald concluded con-cluded to give them a trial, and found they were just what my case demanded. I have never employed a physician since, and that means a saving of $3 a call. A dollar's worth of Ripans Tabules lasts me a month, and I would not be without them now if it were my last dollar." At the time of this inter view there were present two daugh ters wbo specially objected to their mother giving a testimonial which should parade her name in the. newspapers, but to do this the elder lady argued : "Thar may be other cases just like mine, and I am sure I take great pleasure in recommending the Tabules to any one afflicted as I wag. If the telling about ray case in the papers enables some other person similarly affected to be as greatly benefited as I have been, I see no objection." The daughters, daugh-ters, knowing bow earnestly she felt about the benefit she, had received. decided she was quite right. A mnr r'ylr packet contnj-ilncr T:x rrr A? taT! K packed In n rapercartoBwttboftala)laacnr for K)at tot-drucr !cn nix revs CEXTa. Th'.s lov-iriced sort is fntcuUed for xhm poor sad tas er-onoiaicct. O'- dozen th tfveent cni-toi.' C 0 !R.bulri0 ran Ix.- hid hT liiaii by rcdtnjr forty-t?ht forty-t?ht emu to the Jap as a Ckkwcai. Cnar st. No. is Spnm Street, Sew ork or a tace eartoa (Tinr T ABtilvWi) -w i 11 be eent for lire cents. -. r . -1 ' ' ' $ ,r IM m. .sia" storekeepers, news agents ami at soma liquor stores a 4 barber shops, Oae aire relief. 4 a f. ... 4 f i '"'rrw"