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3 - PLEASANT GROVE NEWS Think of tfiis 'a minute It mta ttaontu.f lv und a month to carry one of our (75.00 watches If It only wears twenty-five years. Without abuse It will wear twice long. 170 I SI SALT LAKC CTTX UTA-1 Why Not Own Jl H nriTl Thousands of ai res ctim. choice agricultural land beinir brought umlcr cultivation iu Millard and Beaver counties hy irrigation Fifty Thousand Acres In Millard county will tie disposed of under un-der Carey Act rules. Drawing at Lynn. Utah, U.ynn.lyl H. i.) Monday. Aril 11. See the Agent at ItW Main Street. Phone Bell Exchange IB) for excursiou rates and literature. T. C. Pkck, J. H. Manufkkielo, tten. Pas; Agt. Asst. lien, l'ans. AST Cood trrit arc tbe true feiuuUtioa of larff crept. Our big Catalogue telli all about tbe best seeds tbat row. Send for Free Copy. VOGEUR SEED CO., Sail Lake City TESTED SEEDS It cost hundreds of dollars every yearlo TEST OUR SEEDS But when you buy them you depend they possess The Quality. Write fonmr Fr Descriptive Catalog. PORTER-WALTON CO., Salt Lake City RUBBER STAMPS SIS' SKAI.S. STENCH S IKAI.K Kte. I-nil lor KiiltlicrTyut' Outfit, and mpH-es m k. Mail onli-r rec-tve rotuit aiii-ntiun. SALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Lake City ' I Asking Too Much. ' 'I Ue mot her of little tl y ar "'.1 M ary ; bud told her a number ! times not to hitch her hied to p;t-iii sVmhs. feeling that it was a l;ii'. .- ton.-. :ac-tice. :ac-tice. It was such LiM-inat iiu "port, however, that Mary could tint resist ! It. and one day her mother saw h- t no i r-kliiiiiiin;; p.ist Hie hyuse beh.nd a. tar-tni-r's "bobs." , . .When ilm came lu fr"!i h was taken to tat-k. her mother say-1 fng severely, "Mary, haven't I udd j joii that you must nl hitch onto I bobs? Iteiiidcit, you kno it Is against the law." Mary toed her head ' oh." she caid, "don't talk to me about the law. j It's all I ran do to keep the Ten Com-mandmenu"' Com-mandmenu"' Woman's Home Com- I pauloD. 1 Hi Discovery. t The small son of the household bad Just been Initiated into the art Of cleaning hla own teeth with the wft llttl? brush his mother had bought for biro Hearing the baby cry lustily a lew minutes later the mother ran into the nurmTy. only to find the nursing bottle on the floor and Johnny. t.nth-truoh t.nth-truoh In hand, leaning over the mo of the screaming Infant "On, muvver!" he cried anxiously, "baby niusttbave brn brned wiftnit any toofa" New York Time. Pretty Long. Mrs Glbel "What do you think. George? When the doHr called the other day he asked me to put out my tongue and hen I did he quite tinrt me " Mrs Gal)tKl lu'errwwtng Did he sli-p on It " Oiteaeo Examiner. the Trouble With It. 'There I "n!y one tr..-i;.i-o.r pU'-' ''l 'I" -'f Oh Whi! th' a-ke t!;i-!e 'h- .n.-'r e:.e!H-l ,iC ill' Ml- : i - i: v At drains: 1st ion la I' 1km t vu !. en-'urh r l-:i t I. - !t U- i t- I d .. i : rx.ril l b- i. ! ' en! a-you a-you rul ! tb ' 'Oh. V f H tit" n M but I rt alrj.ll c-l int If It t,Iel rt .Vie a ill Three Versieea Mlo far 1 It bft0 tb- t0 tD'' ke4J the Uller "AbfHjl f vir Hi.s 't1'" CJ cri r ; t't the ;ta 'Von r. a t cry 5 " -No " t ! In the i-it. be r"ns a the ffy cn" And th-y a;i ke-j at s Vo!,1"r feei.ee ft s.trM--,.&i!.g - roa. Every SJj a A Pnnce'y C ?t. "What i t l-r!- '.fS-t s (ire; t th Bi:pv r.nj "Aa crr . ts tie brtlr t r tea ty f'r ,ti4 f Jrlla '.e ill i 5 3 ti.s Virent Btfv -TV u a d-iii i a lartfj discer -V I I i-'-a'r art yc I rsi t l , rt u M:!frei-f i;ui '1? 2- s--al mm fi-mr. a ''- " ' 'I" B Vi mfmt COL ROOSEVELT IS AT KHABTUM Ex-President Again in with Civilization. Touch GREETED BY MANY FRIENDS Wife and Daughter Among Thote Who . Journey to Egyptian Frontier City t 'to Welcome Distinguished Trav- -eler and Hunter. ' Khartum. Egypt Col. Theodore Roosevelt arrived at this place on 4pnday, and was received officially by Gen. Sir Reginald Wlngate. governor gov-ernor general of the Sudan, on behalf be-half of both the Egyptian and English governments. The ex-president was met here by Mrs. Roosevelt and Miss j Ethel and by a host of American and European correspondents and numer- ! ous delegations of political and other j friends from the' I'nited States. In ! fact this historic town is literally i filled with visitors brought here to j greet the returning traveler With his arrival at this place. Col. j Roosevelt completed one of the most notaoie journeys trirougn in.' wnuer- i ness of Africa that has been, undertaken underta-ken since the days of Livingstone and Stanley. It was a "remarkahle jour ! ney both in number of animals slain ;" and preserved as specimens, and be- j cause of its lack of accidents and i sickness of every kind Ordinarily a ! traveler, through the rrgiuns through i which (.. Roosevelt has passed. , comes out of the JnngTieV toaded with; malaria and. fever germs I p to the present time, neither Col., Roosevelt nor any of his party have shifwn any symptoms of having contracted any of the numerous contagious diseases Gen. Sir Reginald Wlngate pro- o(0Z:AEU:G0rt Route of Col. Roosevelt's Down the Nile. Journey vlded count le ways for the enter talnment of his distinguished gueat Representatives of tho many tribes of the deaert have been gathered here Into one great encampment, and for Col Roosevelt's entertainment, have Indulged In every possible form of native amusement, giving dances. race, etr The town of Khartum Is a mass of coior ng or r.gypt. r.ngianu ano - I e . . . . , . , 1 America are everywnere, ana Hie ex j resident ha probabfy appreciated! nothing more than the opportunity of j vls!t!r.g Ihl historical pit Khartum ! virtually built around ! the grave of "CMneae" Gordon Taint Tai-nt v ifwlf l a gseantic iiion'.iti!i nt to hut noldler's deedm ard hi heroic d- In the r t ' r of it atur hi ' f it In br. nrf mount d on a rain-! Cnir.g wi'h fi-d iiii in' toward the d t, -t whi. h nnokej tlm d .fr th rr.ble ri ir that fc l there waitirg for reli. f ftelslnd the atatue t stand the rtfh governor" palace, j an irrpoMrg structure In th- (u!h!c ttj'e tlal of Ilritlub ri(r and Hri.:! i rmanerce CAIRO o J nii Cordon Everywhere. ( tlonal i-ortltig eih.t Hion Not fr ay Is the Cordon Metnorl j May ! -O-sest of facjity tf ' Liver-al Liver-al rolUge. a rhool built Hh fund j atty of Ir:is rsls'd by On Kltcher.er by suh-crfp ' May !2 Vt!s Ctrs-.lat'.a tl' n tbre-t-ghrnit Great PrHa'.n, In Nay j--rrte In led & sad bs tlfh th H;iisr.ee newer gecra km; It trained for -rvtre Id it grn steet whlrh ccnjerd Hs fathers Everywhere throvgiout Ihe elty the masr.e tkirdc arpars Ttere Is th Gor-1' o fe'eL the Cordon drive and en the White NHe the Gordon sre Girder, s B5iory wi'.l live eo fcg as th.rtni i:s-a. Tte British tare Maaiej a Lejj- s. I-r-r. fr.t K-m 'he ?s-n,i'l.; Utf ';--8-i" i ! tte t -'t the laSre cf a j i r-? ! a;;-tf.i ty th- !r-t iveal ftr-r.T-S'te a ar-;,--tl Ua ' .tf s t it tct ta r-t .!ff : ril-svi ' '- is----- '-ii, Li'at. iiX-JtAjl.lf IT- - SI 9 transfOEiiMsd the city of his death into a memprial to hiiL glory that-xa laugh at time. " Reviewing the Trip. A chronological history of Mr. Roosevelt's Roose-velt's wonderful journey, and a partial par-tial list of the animal killed as follows : . . March 23 Sailed from New York for Naples,.TT6 miles. March 30 Arrived at the Axoree. -April 2 Arrived at Gibraltar.-April Gibraltar.-April & Arrived at Naples. April 6 After being received by King Victor Emmanuel, sailed for Mombasa. British East Africa. 4.121 miles. April 15 Arrived at Aden. Arabia. April 21 Arrived at Mombasa and received with honors by the provincial governor. April 22 Ieft Mombasa by rail for Kapiti plains and the ranch of. Sir Alfred Pease on the Athi river lor short shooting expeditions. About 270 miles. Secured two wildebeests, two gazelle, five other antelope, six lions, three giraffe.- one zebra, one rhino, a warthog and a hartebeest. May 15 Rode to W. H. McMillan's 4'Juja' farm." a full day's journey, lor short expeditions. Secured two inv pala. several antelope., a water buck, a leopard, a rhino and a hippopotamus. More Big Game Killed. May 2d Mode from McMillan's to' the adjoining Heat ley ranch for b. it- faj0 hunting among the papyrus nwanins Twelve fulle-i Secured lour buffalo f,,r hartebeest. twozebra. to KazeIie and a warthog. M o6Rmie froI11 He:i!. May ranch to McMillan's town house at Nairobi A day's Jaunt. .tune 5 l.efl by rail for' Kijabe, II miles. June 4 Arrived at Kijabe. June 5- Left Kijabe on march for the Sotik district The route wasov-r a waterless tract, and although tile ,)js,an(.(. , reversed was only 60 miles: it ,.ntaik-d a three-dav trin. Secured . rhinos :i hlimonof iinius. two eland two .wildebeest, several antelope, two zebras. a hyena, a warthog and three lions July 12 -Arrived at Lake N'aivasda on return trip. Secured two hippos and t-oijie smaller game. July 22 Arrived at Naivasha from the lake. .I'uly 24 Returned to NaitobJ by r;l, Gr miles. Aug. 4 Left Nairobi for Naivasha Aug H-Lclt Naivasha on march to Nyeri and the Kenya province, so mites Secured flvT Hons, three buffalo, buf-falo, a hippo, a giraffe ami his Ii:st elephant . Oct ;u It. tin tied f Naii.ish.i At Guaso Nguisho Plateau. Oct 2.". I.el'l by rail (or l.otidiat.i for a three weeks; shoot en 'he liu.H.i Nguisho plateau, about !o miles Si cured five giraffe, thri-e Hons ami several sev-eral anteloe and smaller grime Dec, 7 Returned to Nairobi by rail. Dec 18 Left Nairobi by rail for Fort Klauma. on Lake Victoria Ny. anza. about 150 miles I ec 20 Arrive at Entebbe, l ganda, from Klauiiia. via lake steamer, about 125 miles On this trip the American flag w as flown for tbu first time on Africa's Inland aea. Iec. 21 -Left on 23 mile auto trip to Kampala IW. 23 l-eft Kump.tU for Klnnlngo. 70 miles Secured two elephants. Jan 3 Arrived at lioima. I'ganda. after a 57 tulle trip from Klalr.go Jan. 4 Ieft for iluUaba. 27 miles. Jan 7 Left on steam launch for Wadelal and Rhino earn p. Helglaa Kongo, about 72 miles. Secured several sev-eral white rhinos and a buffalo. Feb. J -l-eft Wadelal for Nlinule. about 54 mile Feb. 4 Arrived at Nlniule. I'ganda. Feb 7 Lj-ft Nlmule for Gondokofo. a 108 mile march through almost ua-broken ua-broken jungle. Feb. 17 Arrived at Gondokoro. Upper Up-per Sudan Greeted by Mrs. Roosevelt Feb 16 Expedition broke up and porters returned to Uganda Feb 2S Rooaevelt left Gondokoro ,la .tatIlut for Khartum, more tBan 6u0 aM,.t , ,n- nortn M,rc0 n-Arrled at Heuk stHut jays' lourn. y by boat. o . h of Khartum Marrb M-Rearhed Khartum the -nd f hi journey on tbe Nile and mi greeted ty Mrs lioeit and dusbter. Viisa Kthel Momifj Bound Th- .irii.te,l (.rograin cf t!. r. m.vlt.der of Col. Ilwnnfit a ;.oaie-ward ;.oaie-ward n.rr;y I as loiinw Manh : -tmin at Alexst; irla. April 2 Arrive at Gibraltar April l Arrive at N :- j April !-Arrle In lrl Great pt.b;ir receptUin planted i April 17 o to Vtnca to !r.'.rB- given frei!ooi of city Jwn li Amsee lion-e at Utt m Ne Tor t. Ca'e'ul e Of era" Feet" "Why 4n"t o-i st tie 4: for our wedl:eg ""llirf I tae vtbesT f-ea 1 cots.-Jer . ie r-rM-a Uar 4t." tM i ade earn that tr I is ; ? asi 'r tf a"a ttan tjprs ". aas iffeat sr.y a.- ado.'ftg f f ' Ott j ;; mii 1 a - fir'--! r;r-' r;r-' , f- - :--Ti4 n'ritM c'4f ,;;-' r' Stat lt - ';.'' irl -rM . mf-4 a4 -" eiy - -,Hmhir1 " ta-a CfcljaSl a TRAGIC. "I wrote her a poem on my new typewriter. It begani-'How like a flow- ! er vour face fs.' " l es. , ,. i "The cursed machine wrote it. 'How I like Hour your face -is!' " TINY BABY'S PITIFUL CASE "Our baby when two months old was suffering with terrible eczema from head to foot, all over her body. The baby looked just like a skinned rabbit. We were liable to put clothes on her. At first it aeemed to be a few j mattered pimples. They would "break the skin and pet I off h aving the underneath un-derneath ln red as though it were scalds. Then a few more pimples would appear and spread all over the body, leaving the baby all raw without skin from head to foot. On top of her head there appeared a heavy scab a quarter of an inch thick. It was awful aw-ful to sec so small a baby look as she did. Imagine! The doctor was afraid to put his hands to the child. We tried several doctors' remedies. but a'l failed - 'Then we decided to. try Cuticura. Py using the Cuticura Ointment we softened ihe scab and it came off Under Un-der this, where the real matter was. by washing with the Cuticura S-iap and applying the Cuticura Ointment, a new skin sot.n appeared. We also gave baby four drops of tbe Cuticura Resolvent three times dally After three days you could see the baby '.gaining a little skin which would peel i.ff and heal underneath ' Now the baby is fo.ir months old She is a fine picture of a fat little baby am! all is well We only used one cake of Cutl-ura Cutl-ura Soap, two boxes of Cuticuia Olnt- - mi nt and one bottle, of Cutict:rn He-"solvi He-"solvi nt If people would know what Cuticura is there would be few suffering suffer-ing with ecenia. Mrs. Joseph KosS-matin. KosS-matin. 7 St John's I'lare, Kidgcwood Heights. N Y., Apr. and May I. uS." America's Opportunity in Turkey. Ir (enige aslibi II. preside!!1 ,,f Rohei t o! go l.vTo !!" '., l!.i It is a great oportuiii! a w under ful opiMiriunHy, and ir U a call espe daily tu Aliier h atis They l lleve In us now in Tnikcx Thev trust us There is iioNmIx ihe tn-lrete in and trust as they do nierii i.iis in Turkey. They know that we have tin selfish ei-ds In view there. We do not want any of their territory. ar- not going to try to overthrow the Turkish government ; and they understand fully tbat what we are doing tlo-re we are doing for their good They may "think we make mistakes, but they know we are honet. and they know we are doing do-ing It for their good Th. y trust us as they trust nolody elw. and consequently conse-quently It is a great opportunity, a wonderful opportunity, for us to go on and to try to make the people understand under-stand who Christ Is and what Christ la to the world " Srsra ot oio Cm o Tuaon. i U M Clr?t fsut ! tmw Uaa fc si srks) aartwr of Ik Srv ot i lln,t 7i im i r r !.. iowi rsl sai sj ji sil sad fast M.1 -w vol Mr tfe. mm t HI VliHUI .IIAH l w A tmm al Hal rvm b rurr y J mm ml HtiX I HUM 1 rav i fiirviv Ksnva lo hrv a m-A mtmmbi s- r is tan tr a Ikish. a t . .. J sasi A w i.l ..i: aw ia. sasi S"ttf rciii f Nsn o- a t fclr T Kt si die, t f ."' it 1 - -1 i w e' j . in f i a ii. t m4 1 I las' II-. tshi 1 1 la l" ;l o t The Wh.p Man '.!. ri.J- rrh i pi- 'ir p.it ti-riis ' Q-.iitf s. " I dob l U. If I 1 I i r. to have - ft A ;to!-sMe I ' K .( r. t! "If t,a ' j.!i.it!'.i". d Utd Mr lb,,-k.; In sfa- sji" "Kon .!- "rr. i.i kin- I imply r. !..- to bittn brr gown." Important to Mother. Kxax;.ir.e rarr-f j'.Ijr mf) U r C ASTORIA, a i!- and w f :i.-iy for Infanta ar.4 rhii-irra. and sr that It Iar Slgaature Is t" For Ovf ntt V-r Tbe K:td Yoa IKte A!as iSo-jht Wbo a cue 1 a! t i:t ard th t li to "t'.l rltc hi l.' tr akea dash tor tt to " If It U x woo. an bo eac'.a to tafa ft) bits fVr & '- t thy !!' tt to aa fcl. but rs"b"r lt It atr tad a t-. ftealag - N'aae.a - atstisi.. ti trsitM.. sirivi. m.H V t - . i- r , w- - 4 i m v-re l:sfT t- hi.-i- ' a'-! ri tag a (.a I rt r t at t s) e t r a r. if i t a " - i ? , im . ---t : - r--vt s4 i J . fc ; -f ' i r . m ' N s z t Ti I it 1 Danger in Spitting on Sidewalks. In order to show that spitting on the sidewalks is dangerous to health.an Investigation In-vestigation has been made by Dr. John Robertson, medical health officer of Birmingham, England, which shows that seven per cent, of the "spits" collected col-lected 4n public places contained consumption con-sumption germs. On the other hand the dust collected from the floors of the cottages of the Adirondack Cottage sanitarium has been found to be free of tuberculosis germs, showing that a careful consumptive is not dangerous. Honest Truth. This isn't a comic paper joke: it actually ac-tually happened on Eliot street in the South end yesterday. A hardware dealer, deal-er, hung a sign outside his door reading: read-ing: "Our skates are guaranteed in every way." A newsboy tore it down and hung it up in front of a liquor store next door Hoston Journal. If You Are a Trifle Sensitive About the Hite of your lu. many jveople wear Hiual'.er shoes by UNinif-AUen's Fool-Ka--e, tlie Antloeptie l'uwder to uke into the auoeii. It enre Tired, swollen, Arllintr Seel and drives rest ant eomfort. Jast -the thinn lor brenklni! in new shoeH Sold- everywhere. S.V. Sample sent t- KKK. Address, Allen S. Oiiuated, Ldioi.N.V. Sit down and wait for things to tome your way and the first thlng that comes will be the wagon to haul you off to the county infirmary. Pettit's Eye Salve 100 Years Old, relieve- tired eyes, nun kly cures rye aches, intliMied. sere, witer y er iilc er ited eves. All druists or Howard r.ros.lWitialo.N.Y. Kuduiancu is the crowning quality, and patience all the passion of great hearts Lowell. Mr. Yiliifllow'a HiMitliloir Syrup. For ,-tn .tlr, ll t.-wii.Ut; .ill li, '.in- tiumv ri il ut-es 1 n-ILiiu n-ILiiu m il u.n.a.ta) ji.i.li. ule w i ua t-)l,c. k' a uulUe. It's never too late to mend -until It 1.- loo laic Words of Praise I-"or the several ingredients of which Dr. Pierce'i medicine medi-cine are composed, a given by leaders in all the several ' Y ' schools oi medicine, ahould have lar more weight than any amount of non-profrtMoual testimoniala. A Booklet made up of theka sent frtt. Addre as be low r Dr. i'ierce's ' l avorite I'reacription has tub iadcr or iionbstt on every ! bottle-wrapprr, in a lull lint oi all its ingredients printed , in plain Knglioh and sworn to a correct. , If ou are an invalid woman and suffer from frequent headache, backache, gnawing distre in stomach, periodical period-ical paini, diiagrerahle dragging-down distreks, perhaps dark ipoH or pcck dancing brlore the eyes, faint spells and kindred symptom canned' by ft-male weakne, or i ' other derangement of the Icininine organ, you can not do belter Itun tiake Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription The hospital, n'urgeon's knife and operating table may be avoided by tbe timely ue of "i'avori!? Prescription" in uch case. 1 hereby the obnos-iuui obnos-iuui eaminatin and local treatment of the family physician can be etyfeiidcd axd a lliorouih course ol successful treatment carried out in tbe privacy of the home. ' - "Favorite IVecriptioo" i eonposed of the very beat native medicinal root known to medical science for the eure of woman's peculiar ailment, aod contain DO alcohol al-cohol and do harmful or habit-forming drug. IXi not expect too rmirh from "Fsvnrite Prescription;" it will not perform nirarlrs; it will not d. solve or cure tumor. No medicine will. It will do as much to eslahlrsh vigorous health in most weakneaaes and ailments peculiarly pecul-iarly incident lo women as any medicine can. It must be given a lair chance by perseverance in its use (or a reasonable length of time. You can't afford to accept a secret nostrum a e substitute for this remedy uf known composition. Sck women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce, by letter, frtt. All correspondence cor-respondence ia guarded as sacredly secret end womanly confidence are pro tected by professional privacy. Address World's Dispensary Medical Aseo cl.on. Dr. R. V. Pierce. President. Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet the beat lasative and regulator of the bowels. many It is not a work shoe to look mim awwl tar Mavs? vour V vw 1 . V vv. " - - J sknw von tK stood looiuna. comfoflaJJe. wel-hmcg. Mayer U'otk SKocs. XI L. J S.ik k k..,. SnlflL SdImI douls Iralkrr lor. doU srsss. Made wt3 last loaay lhaa aay odwr shoe yoa can MAYER WORK SHOES re ale fat walks esee of s.1 classes aad are " boJl ea Ko." Yost caa ss momrf 7 -iry tbesv U iU eutwvstr see etiw snsle. 'I be yoe S'e tr( Mstt Saors. look lor tU SUymt Ttade NUtk ea the sole. Yoi ocala ul aacirJ oa : al ant. wnst k ss. isn-ll m wJ a m sw sasw JiAsittsUam i ki , U. t sa m 1 m4 w ! suit U.orUt 1 . MisdttialNVTlw4 F. May ct Boo k Shoe i :v The Right la all CAaee of DISTrMPtR.PINKtYr.lNfLltNZ COLDS, tIC. Of all ltoese, lirootl y. area, Colts, b-;;i os ia t SP0HN THEM" ' sac ; i. i i w o fs sal lanissH jSPOHN MEDICAL CO. I OtwaH twd KafVvaevh, tV,W X IA. -Z e- Os tffvt H l' 1-t I st I , i 4 t t-tm i'Krsa iw l,l'f .illl.UI il' ll i t..4tt! k s- It r . . - e4 I f ifl It f i t f I... - ; ' w- ; t t-tm si-' 't n i . - -A - in L i a i m'i .! t'- : t i t'l 'i.-i v si A-a-n. i rM A big bowl of . Quaker Oats is the best dish you can serve. Delicious and nourishing. Good for all ages and all conditions. Economical and strengthening. 5 58 Cured by Electropodes Ne Fkctilc Tmmml. Ml woe, lomie hor- Body hrtoiix mtgnet rimiurting wlm. Tinit v. oii lof Rhmnunsm, Nrunifta, lUiVirhe. KMnrr nl Llt pUlnti. Onlr l -M P'i- l.uclr lirned " rn h II tlfdropolp till to cm, mantf n,na. II no u youi IruerW nd a H--We will m tht yoa v supplied. U FI.ECTROPODE CO. 14TLoaAasclsSL. Lm AsccIm, CaL DYOLA DYES (INKIIVK IOK AI.LiHUH t-frt, bnlhant r..l.ir. lor per paok&iri' at dnlm. If luii in KtM-k aenO Itir aialina wlur deurvd ao4 lutne will be M-ul witti direction 1mm k and color oa nl, 1)1-11 I.A HurllnftoB, Vi. W. N. Salt Lake City; No. 12-1910. WORK necessary for clumsy Aetict solid aad swy. traa. m& Urvi I 2!ocs, Co, AXLE GREASE U the t --no ; j'Hr,; to rcoooery . ti fear t'A ta? tf ar-A.Trr COHTIrlCNTALOILCO. ! II 7 . - 1 assv Tm 1 Way V pep E.U.TN A M - F A DELES S D YES Pea' C!ere. ri h r f mmrm ifl t ' H re's- " M V aavsasa ti 1.V-. w k r-.a fm mm i & (?tt citrrg ti r ( IX ' rat J ' . -as rm"t tt. ke i awasy-sww siessss rre awe mm, - ssm S-a. . C e. MO0t 0X03 CO.. Owawe m. Htm tj ti i--rte4 aa a r ft If c a 5 -i' tt In , . it :! ' ' war rJ ' r TVT aj pll'l"