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V & cents for a A BEAUTIFUL EDITORIALS. A California ishing up to NUMBER BEING INTER- - The Secret of says 10 worth of peanuts is more nourthan a porterhouse steak. Walk a peanut Btand and get a dinner dime. professor English battleships are to be equipped with refrigerators for keeping the powder cool. One of these days, perhaps, a similar equipment may be installed for the use of the officers. . King Edward has launched a new sartorial fashion he wears evening trousers with a stripe down the side. It's Kaiser Wilhelms turn next. He might start a habit of eating sugar on beefsteak. Some Inquisitive person has discovered that it has been 288 years since the beginning of legislation in America. And after all this time the unwritten law makes that on the statute book look like a dead letter. COMPLEXION WE WILL MOVE "FREE We do a General Banking, Savings Bank S Trust Business. We act as Executor, Administrator. Guardian, Receiver, Etc. Winter of 1897 and 1898, Sold For More Than $1,000. Special Correspondence: Seattle, Aug. 3. Dick Williams, a prominent operator In the Tonopah district, who claims, to be the first man to bring a cat into Yukon, is telling for the benefit of those interested in Alaska-Yukon-Paclf- exposition, which opens at Seattle, June 1st, 1909, many tales of the early days. As the exposition hopes to reproduce many famous scenes and cabins of the stirring days of Williams stories are of interest and We Furnish Surety Bonds for tracts S Other Purposes. Con- We are the LEADING TRUST PANY of UTAH. COM- Call 1897-189- James Rudolph Garfield, secretary of the interior, was standing by the side of his father in the Pennsylvania railroad station on that fateful day In July, 1881, when the assassin's bullet for the second time dealt death to a president of the United States. The secretary was then only 17 years old just the age when the average mind is most susceptible to impresClose friends say that the sions. horror of that hideous tragedy has never fully left Mr. Garfields mind, and some of them believe that its effects account for the half-saexpression that always lingers in his face, even when he smiles or laughs. $ See Our SPLENDID NEW BANKING ROOM. assistance. The cat that made me famous, 1897-189- from our present location to No. 235 Main Street, Salt LaKe City. FORTUNE. said Williams, like many famous men, had a humble pedigree. 1 picked her up in an alley in Heal tie, between First and Second avenue, one night in August, 1897. Next day 1 went north. I brought the cat along for company, as is was my first trip, and I had no thought of then making a profit of it. Dawson was a mighty homeless place I arrived on the winter of one of the last boats that fall and to my astonishment hundreds came to see the cat and offer after offer to purchase it poured In. The camp was lively enough, but its lonesomeness consisted in the absence of home touches, an absence which my cat seemed to supply. I finally had to sell pussy as my money ran out, and I got somewhat over a thousand dollars for her. I do not believe that a homeless cat ever sold for so much before in all Next summer they history. brought in a boat load of cats that the miners eagerly bought, and from that time on the price of cats decreased and their number grew. What beauty is more desirable than an exquisite complexion and elegant jewels. An opportunity for every to obtain both, for a limited time only. 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In fact, the half has not been told regarding the many natural advantages to be found in that locality, where I purchased land and hope to he able In the near future to establish my home. The statements contained in the Gridley Herald and the literature sent out by the California Irrigated Land Company In reference to that section are very conservative. and in my opinion can be relied upon. PETER ALLEN. La Grande, Orogon. For particulars write to H. W. Frle-lingeneral agent 209 Eccles Building, Ogden, Utah. Madam Snyder. The gifted Palmist, Psychic and Card Reader, gives advice on ail affairs of life. Diagnoses all Diseases. Tells how to draw unto yourself all things for good through Thought Force. Consultation free. Call and see her. Upstairs, Room 16, Sanitarium tel, Salt Lake City. Independent Phone 3402. Fifteen assays or analyses for Ho- than CAL Utah Savings Trust Company, ns ns Fer-Do- Fer-Do- . Fer-Do- ns n. Fer-Do- -- The Bank that Pays 4 pfer cent. 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CAT BROUGHT SMALL Fer-Do- Now Revealedr OR ABOUT SEPTEMBER FIRST n Swarms of humanity visit at Salt Lake. Sales are now enormous. Many Salt bake people medcured by the Great icines. Salt Lake, Utah. In view of the . enormous sale of preparations now going pn in Salt Lake and the intense interest which Mr. n has stirred up since his ar- rival, a representative of the local daily papers of Salt Lake spent yesterday afternoon at the young mans headquarters, watching the swarm of humanity come and go. During the afternoon the reporter interviewed many of the callers and obtained statements from all who cared to give them as to their exn and his perience with preparations. The folowing are selected from those, statements as being typical of the general expressions of the people seen : Mr. J. King, living at 666 North Seventh West St., when interviewed I had suffered with stomach trouble for several years. I was so bad the last few months I couldnt eat anything at all. I could not digest my food and had severe pains in my stomach most of the time. I did not sleep 'well and had severe headaches at times. .1 have tried many remedies, and have been to a number of physicians. I bought 3 bottles of Medical Comfor before' I took and $2.50, pound bottle one my stomach felt much better since I have taken the. three bottles, niv stomach trouble is all gone and not a trace of disease is left. I have come here to thank Mr. I want to sav, also, n that I tried 's Catarrh found and it be the best to Remedy thing I ever used for catarrh of throat, head and nose. Mr. Demiel Brisco, living at 936 Euclid, stated he was 85 years old and has been troubled with partial deafness and catarrh. I tried ont bottle of Magic Reliet and one box of Catarrh Remedy and I can now hear a com- - . mon conversation. ns V Fer-Do- WHEN YOU COME TO THE CITY Be Sure Visit as YOU WILL BE WELL REFAID. and Pay Us n, Fer-Do- n.