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CHAS. PYPER Everything Electrical See me on any electrical Job for an estimate. House wirlnjj a specialty. All kinds of Electrical Supplies. Tantalum and Tungsten Lamps. One block west of Court House Turn Over a New Leaf mm mm THE UTAH BUDGET There was a balance on hand of T58.322.E6 in the state treasury 81, 1911, according to the semi-annu- lie May report of the state auditor. Active work In the construction of the new water system for Park City commenced Monday with a force of ICO laborers and mechanics. son Alma D. llofer, the of Carl Hofer, a farmer and trout grower of Salt Lake, was drowned in a fish pond on the premises Sunday. Melvln Knapp, aged 11, fell from a tree in Salt Lake, from a height of at least fifty feet, and escaped with a broken leg and a few minor bruises. Fifty delegates from various points in Utah will attend the thirteenth International Sunday school convention to be held at San Francisco June ALCOHOL IS CAUSE OF Premonitory Symptoms EVIL What Several Well Known Physicians Have to Say In Regard to Its Use by Sick. . "If a man takes a saloon he may reckon on dying in about half the time he would have lived it he had been say, a gardener." Dr. A. Carpenter. "More than three-fourth- s of the disTHIS orders in what we call 'fashionable soM ciety arise from the use of alcohol." Sir Andrew Clark, M. D. "Alcohol Is a most destructive agent June 15 has been set aside as pioneer day by the governor of Idaho In to every organ and tissue of the body, a proclamation issued last week, the either la a state of health or disease." Dr. Dlckerson. Inst legislature having legally recognized Idaho Pioneer day. "Alcohol, next to pulmonary kills niore adults than any A government expert has decided Mangelaon & Garrett, Proprietors that It Is not the alfalfa weevil that other single morbific cause." "If there were no alcohol In the Is damaging strawberry patches In All Kinds of Home Cured world the human race would bo a great Utah, but a bug that has been desig- deal better off." Dr. Drysdale. and Fresh Meats , nated the "strawberry bug." "A man may drink In such a way as Within the next month, regardless never to feel coueclously excited or te Kept in Refrigerator of the result of the special election yet rula his health and June 27, it is said twenty saloons of embarrassed, shorten his days more speedily and Business bvitiff run on cash basis, Ogden will go out of business because surely than the man who Is dead drunk enables us to sell at very of a drastic ordinance pussed by the every Saturday night." Dr. Greenfield reasonably prices. council. city "I hardly know of any more potent Courteous Treatment to All Logan, Poise and Pocatello will all cause of disease than alcohol." The be on hand determined to capture the late Sir William Gull, M. D. 1912 convention of the United Com"Alcohol vitiates the blood, inflames mercial Travelers, the 1911 assemWill Wear Twice as Long. the stomach, overtaxes the heart, deto is be of which organization bling stroys the kidneys, hardeus the llver held in Ogden. and softens the brain." Dr. N. Kerr. tfjj Ask any farmer if our hand-- . Several thousand steers belonging "As 'an agent for producing degenmade harness doesn't wear tw ice to Moab cattlemen were delivered to eration, alcohol is unrivaled." as lonjr as the factory harness. Colorado buyers at Red Rock last We make it and guarantee it, "He who uses alcohol freely and freweek. The best price ever paid for quently, or by Itself and apart from Brinjr in your old harness, saddles, etc., and have thein repaired. good Moab cattle was received, yearlings food, is surely laying up disease and as new. bringing $26.50; twos, $33, and threes degeneration for himself and probabComplete outfitters whips, bridles, $37. ly for his descendants." The' Lancet spurs, Navajo blankets, and every"There can be no doubt that th Tuesday was Miners Union day, thing in harness and saddlery. and practically all of the mines of greatest source of evil in the world C& the state were closed to allow the is alcohoL Dr. Leonard. miners to celebrate. The celebration "Alcohol, when taken as something Is Jn honor of the founding of the additional to food. Is at all times peril11 federation on June 13, 1S82, in Helena, ous and often most hurtful." "There Is no vital organ of the body Mont. , There Is great rejoicing among the In which there Is not Introduced, soon farmers on the Sand Ridge over the er or later, more er less disorder and Why send away? results from the new Davis and We- disease by alcohol." Prof. J. Millar, Watches 11.60 to 25.00. ber county canal in its concreted M. D. Clocks, every sort, size and price. "The great bulk of ailments thai form. The farmers have all the water See the "Hig Hens." come under my observation are trace Beautiful jewelry diamond ring. Is a use not and can drop being they I make your watches and clocks able to the evil consequences ol wasted. keep correct time. Within the next few weeks buildings drink." Dr. J. Rogers. "There Is no greater cause of evil will be erected and the work of exL. moral or physical, . . . than the tractlng salt from the great salt beds use " .' of alcoholic drinks." Watchmoker and Jeweler In of the Montello Salt company "A .very large proiortlon of some ol Tooele county will begin, according to the president and attorney for the the most dangerous and painful nial allies mhlch come under my notice I company. one to of two vote a the county have no hesitation in attributing tc Py commissioners have settled the moot- the ordinary and daily use of ferment ed question of dividing .Sanpete Into ed liquors, taken In the quantity which is conveniently deemed moderation.' two hiRh school districts, placing Eph-raiSir II. Thompson, M. D. and the south in one division to annihilaW "If It were posslb! of in remainder the and the county We build New Machinery, alcohol In the world, humanity would the other. make Harrows, Cultivators, From a report Just given out by bo benefitted In a degree which It It and both In l the and We county fruit and tree Inspector, it Impossible to estimate, l Wagons Scrapers. condition our race Is seen that, although the fros's have moral and physk-iaST. W. can save you money done considerable damage to the fruit, would ritie to a higher level." M. I). Tlbley. See us First and In come cases certain kinds have "To accuRlom the young, even up tc been almost totally destroyed, Nephl full youth, to a rellnh of even the mild will have a fair crop. John Sloan, shift boss at the I'oston est description of alcohol drink, at Consolidated mine, Bingham, was in- malt liquor or wine. It one of the great est cruelties and crimes of modern civ stantly killed In the mine shortly after midnight Friday morning. Sloan lllzalion." Dr. Tlmms. "Alcohol, taken In what Is usually was standing upon the little railway . Blacksmilhing and Machinery Is more or as regarded track In the mine when a number of cause of a large num lees the directly Repair Shop cars were accidentally shoved upon her of the ailments which render life him. brings it to an carl) The new Utah hotel In Salt I.ake, miserable,Dr. and Murchlson. built on the site of the old Desoret close." Of In "The Immense disesse-maklnNews building, has been thrown open Is temperance appalling.' to the public, about 250 rooms having "The largest quantity of ateoho been furnished, and the remaining 150 can be taken In twenty-fou- l which as as rooms are being furnished fast Is on without evident hours a small army of workmen can comand a half ounce." The late Dr. Parks work. the plete "The habitual drinker recovers with (Ella, the 9 year-oldaughter of difficulty from severe wounds, or frorr To tend your laundry to Provo Paul A. Lett, a carpenter and cabi- fevers, and Is always the flrrt to fai; or Salt Lake, when you can have net maker at Sugar House, was it done right here at home for drowned In Parley's creek Monday. in epidemics." G. II. Todd. M. D. less Imoney? Expert Laundry-mai- d, The lit tin girl was found in almost the exact position and met her death. Test Value of Alcohol. newest and latest machinIn manner very similar to a brother The British authorities some time 1 beauand 67 Phone our who was drownd twenty years ago. ery. ago made a test of the alleged value tiful new wagon will call at your Threatened by the deadly fangs of of alcohol when men are subjected to a rattlesnake while lying on his back unusual and exhausting labor. Exdoor. Patronize home industry repairing bis automobile was the ex- periments mere made at different and try perience f Chester Colborn of Salt times and under varying conditions I.ake, who saw the rattler just as It with three regiments from earh of was about to strike, and killed it with several brigades. In one every man a wrench with which he was repairing was forbidden to drink any alcohol the car. whatever while the test lasted; In the The blgcst Independence day eels-bra- t second, malt liquor only was taken; ion ever pulled off In southeast- In the third, a ration of whisky was fVl. ern Utah Is to take f'Uee at Monti-cell- o eivtin to each man The whisky-drinkermanifested more dah at on July 3, 4 and 5. Athletic contests of all kinds and borae races are firt. but generally In about four days to be the principal features of the showed signs of weakness and those given mU liquor discelebration. Over $1,000 will be dis. T tributed In prizes. played less dash at first, but their lasted somes hat longer; A real wild west show st Sandy one while the abstainers Improved daily fof week the drew people day last In miles around. There wss broncho in alertness and staying powers. beGerman army experiments are the well known and boy Sandy bunting by made with sugar, " which I cowmen. Prises were ofTered for ing claimed to have such forest' eustaitilfig fancy riding and the fosspeople bad powers that It Is proposed trt ssrve. It a big time during th afternoon. as an extra ration when unnsunl fafvputy Sheriff Ed Johnson of Car- tigues re to b borne. Me'ral Recbon county, well known because f ord. 7 his bravery In freeing Carbon counts " -- " " ' from lawlessness, administered a Llrcaln" on Liquor. sound thrashing to Joe Kokas, a CreLincoln, In speaking ol tan, who accosted him on the street theAbraham traffic, onre said; liquor one day last week and In Bait Is a cancer In traffic "The liquor officer. bftcsn abusing the society, eating out its vl'als and Mrs. Sarah Coull, aged seventy destruction. sM all at hus- threatening years, a pioneer who with to regulate It will not only sell 'eropts band crossed the plains behind a span prove abortive, but will aggrava's of oxen and arrived In Halt Lake val the evil. There fount be no attempt ley in 1S59, died at the home of her In regulate- thm cancer, It must b The Juab County Times daughter In Salt Lake, Jane f, as a srsdlcated. Not a root must ba left behind." tesult of leakage of the heart By subscribing for PAPER fenaJ 20-2- City Meat Co. up-to-da- - OSTLER ALLEN Shop at Home E. BOUCHER i R ememoer R osenvaii s mod'-ratlon- WHY PAY EXPRESS g . d "Bob's" Laundry I L. PEXTON s ttttt A messenger which tells every home in East Juab County what you want or have to br Atkinson glanced at his sister Dorothy in surprise. Somehow she looked different. It had never occurred to him before that she was a beauty, but this Sunday morning as she poured his coffee it suddenly struck him that she was much better looking than moBt young women. The coffee was bad undeniably muddy. He tasted It and set down his cup in ill disguised disgust to which Dorothy appeared strangely and obvious. "What's the matter with the coffee, Dorothy?" he asked in a grieved tone. "It's the first poor coffee we've had since you began keeping house for me." "Oh, isn't It good, Tom? I must have forgotten something. Yes, I remember now I didn't put la any egg. I'm S f puSi i' v t J jJ ViWfn!'v Real satisfaction in every glass snap and sparkle vim and go. Quenches the thirst cools like a breeie. 111 Dttatoni Refreshing 3N lei. About NK Wgw Cti-CU- " iL THE ,, . i,i Atlanta Si" j: ie a self-mad- M Isundtrttst-iding- . Ca. mu think K S All.w ( ,.. 1 , .. ., ,. ., S3 a Cacs-Col- H , CREATING ENVY. f The man was walking along reading the signs. Coming to a garsrs, he saw this one; "Rubber tires." H studied It for a moment and then was hesrd to say: "Well, when It eotneS to beels, 1 don't think It dost as much as Irata r." Jr jSjr CO. COCA-COL- IS Jrf Wholesome 5c Everywhere f KJV. Come fallow the arrow 'til you Join j the merry throng of palate pleased men B ,! I I i v nc women who have quit seeking for 4 aUim.fA the one best beverage because they've found it ",1 sorry." "It doesn't matter this time." Atkinson meant to be very Indulgeat and kind to tho little Bister who bad come to the city to make a home for him. zr "In future, Dorothy, be more careful." "Yes, I will. I am trying to become an excellent housekeeper. You know I'm getting renlly splendid marks at the cooking school. Is the omelet all right?" "Pardon my mentioning it, but it's well, it's simply atrocious! It's Bweet and terribly greasy." "Sweet and greasy? Oh, I know what I did. You see, I thought I'd stir up a cake for dinner end 1 began It while I was getting breakfast. I do believe tht after I worked together the sugar and butter for the cake I 4U. put them Into this omelet! I hope It Bronson What do you find Is tha Isn't so very dreadfully horrid." "No, my child. It's only horrid greatest pleasure in living In the country? enough to be Inedible." Woodson Getting In town and tellHis cutting reply appeared to pass over Dorothy's head. She sat smiling ing people about the cool breezes, dreamily and nibbling a lump of cut whether there are any or not. loaf sugar. Hadn't the Material. "Aren't you going to eat any break"I really never saw such an Impufast?" her brother asked Impatiently. dent man as that Mr. De Ilorrowe," "The toast is all right." "Yes, of course, I forgot. I'm not said Miss Wrathy. "He actually had really very hungry, you know." She the audacity to SHk me the other night took a piece of toast, and, picking up how I managed to get that lovely her butter spreader, slowly covered It tinge of auburn In my hair!" "Really? Well, why didn't you box with some of the omelette. Atkinson watched tho proceeding with fascinat- bis ears?" asked Miss Slimm. "Why, I only had my Easter hat box ed eyes. "Are you going to eat that mess?" bandy, and that wasn't big enough," said Miss Wrathy. Harper's Weekly. he asked. Dorothy looked down at the toast and laughed foolishly. "I wasn't Sincere Prayer. Teacher Now. Tommy, suppose a thinking what I was doing," she said. "Aren't you well? It seems Idle to man gave you $100 to keep for him ask, for I never saw you looking bet- and then died, what would you do? ter In your life." Would you pray for Mm? "I never felt better In my life," said Tommy No. sir; but I would pray for another like him. The United Dorothy. As Atkinson looked Into her glowPresbyterian. ing face he said to himself that It was too bad pretty young girls were nearly Progress of Civilization. Then conalways rattle brainod. Lady And did you make your conscience smote him, for he remembered gregation give up cannibalism? that In all the three months Dorothy Missionary (suppressing a grin) had been keeping bouse for him this Not quite; but after much trouble I was really her first failure In the way persuaded thein to use knives and of a meal. forks. The Throne. "Did a pair of shoes come for me yesterday?" be a&ked. "I bought some She Is Qualified. patent leathers." "So you are sure your wife could "Why, no. I don't think so, Tom. vote with proper discrimination?" I didn't see any patent leathers." "Certainly. If a woman can learn "That's funny. The men promised to score a bridge game she ought to that they would be delivered last have no trouble In marking a ballot." night," "I remember now. A package did Important to Motherbottl of come about 9 o'clock In the evening. Examine carefully every I wonder what I did with It. Oh, yes, CASTOIIIA, a safe and sure remedy for I remember. I put It on the Ice." Infants and children, and see that It "On the Ice! Patent leathers on tha Bears lb Ice!" Signature I know waa what "Well, Tom, didn't In Use For Over 30 Yesrs. In the box." "No. of course not. No one would CliilJren Cry for Fletcher's Casloria ever supect that shoes could possibly The Unattainable. be In a shoe box! My dear. If I hsve Young Parhclor I often wonder If cold feet on any proposition today It I am making enough money to get will be your fault." Atkinson laughed st his own wit, married on. Old Itenedirt Well, t don't know but his sister's answering smile was a how much you're making; but you littln tremulous. "I'm sorry I'm such a goose, Tom. ain't! Puck. You seem to think It's funny for ma Cat field Trt keepa the Ix.d.ly machinery to do a silly thing like that. Put I it trcuUtca the il iliv orgin don't wish to be amusing In that Innd r!rr; overvomca conntipalinn. fashion. I wish to be a wise, sensible woman, who can manage a horns It's difficult for people to generate well" advice that Is foolproof. 'Hurrah for yon. Dorothy! I see there's tope for my declining years If Wtn',ow-tnr Oil Meet, rvwithlnp I'm to have such a housekeeper as teethina- - often the tra.fmp rerinre InAatnma-taoa- , wind pauB.eure rolle, ISe a buttia. you Intend to be." "Hut. Tom, there's something I bar men forget to make Many to tell you. I'm afraid I won't be your housekeeper. Last night I re- themselves agreeable. ceived a letter from Jack Llndaey OstfieH T and he well, he says now thst I've cr,ttt ipat inn, U' he and .ili..n alta k. ik been away aJl the long months and learned to cook and everything, he Charity Is too often chart'? thinks It would be well. It would be nice for me to come home and marry him." "Say. I lUe that fellow's nerve. You tell him t-o- " "Put, Trm, t want to go home and and da whal he says. I always meant to Hums tithe." "Put whre does the old bachelor brother come In? You've Just been practicing n him, eh?" Atkinson rose from the table and drew bis sister Into his arms. "I might have known something was up, dear," he said, after giving her a kiss, "when I took that first taste of alluvial coffee." j'j toYowGood Health and Pleasure I lip I I Made fj Good Convenient ? 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