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I Our Ps and.... ? ....Other Eyes. Our I's are just as strong n3 s 1 they were fifty years ago, when 1 c we have cause to use them. r But wc have less and less cause I I to praise ourselves, since others f J do the praising, and wc are J S morctliauwilliugforyoutor.ee S ? us through other eyes. This J is how we look to S. V. Uoyce, ? wholesale and retail druggist, f j Duluth, Minn, who after a J S quarter of a century of obser- J vatiou write3: "I have sold Ayer's Sarsapa- I I rilla for more tlmn 25 years, ( both at wholesale and retail, ? C and have never heard anything ( but words of praise from my f S customers; not a single com- 5 ( plaint has ever reached me. I V C believe Ayer's Sarsaparilla to 1 1 be the best blood purifier, that J nns uccu lutroauccu to inc gen- ) $ cral public." This, from a I J man who has sold thousands of S dozens of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, S 5 is strong testimony. But it J only echoes popular sentiment f 1 the world over, which has, ? "Nothing but word3 of praise J for Ayer's Sarsaparilla." ( 1 Anyiloul)tuboiitU?Sondfor"Cureboolc" ( J It kills doubts and cures doubters. J f Address J. C. Ayek Co., Lowell, Mass. I An Ordinance Entitled an ordinance prohibiting the sale or in any manner disposing, of any intoxicating liquors', and repealing chapter XXXIX of tho Revisen Ordinances Ordin-ances of Lohi City, passed Dec. 15 1893, also the amendment thereto, passed May 28, 1805. Section 1. IJo it ordained by tho city council of Lehi City, that it is hereby here-by made unlawful for any person or persons, either by himself, his clerk, agent, servnntor employeo to either sell barter or give away or otherwise dispose dis-pose of any spiritious, vinous, fermet-ed fermet-ed or any other kind or kinds of intoxicating intoxi-cating liquors within the limits of this city. And any person or persons, who, either by himself, his cleik, agont" servant ser-vant or employee, shall either sell, barter, bar-ter, give away or otherwise dispose of any spirituous, vinous, termented or any other kind or kinds of intoxicating liquors within the limits of this city, shall be guilty of an offence, and upon conviction thereof shall be fined in any Bum not exceeding one hundred dollnrs, or be imprisoned in the city jail not ex ceeding one hundred days or be both fined mid imprisoned. Section 2. Chapter XXXIX of the Revised Ordinances of Lehi City, passed J)ec. 1C 1801!, also the amendment thereto, there-to, passed May 2S, 1895 aro hereby repealed. re-pealed. This ordinance shall take effect ef-fect on and after June 8, 1898. Tassed May 31, 1808. John S. Willis. Mayor. I, Joseph Peterson, deputy for Edward Ed-ward Southwick, City Recorder in and for Lehi Oity, do hero by certify that the forgoing is a full, true and correct copy of an ordinance entitled "An or-dinanco or-dinanco prohibiting the sale or in any manner disposing of any intoxicating ' liquors and repealing chapter XXXIX 1 of tho Revised Ordinances of Lehi City, ' passed Dee. 16, 1803, also tho amend-nient amend-nient thereto pai..d May 28, 1895, as passed by Lehi Ouy Council May 31 lS'.tS " v .los'iph Peterson, Deputy City Recorder Jiad management keeps mote pesple in poor circumstances than any other one cause. To be sucacasful one imut look ahead and plan itnead so that when , a favorable opportunity presents iUi-lf he ia ready to talto advantage of it. A I littlo foiethough will iiiso save mucn , expeuce and valuable time. A prudent ! and cnrefttll man will keop a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Diar-rhoea Remedy in tho house, the shift- j loss fellow' will wait until necessity 1 compels it and thou ruin his best horbo , going for a doctor and have a big doctor bill to pay, besiboa; ono pays out 25 cts, and the other is out a Hundred doUars and then wonders why his noightbor is getting richer whilo ho Is gitting poorer. poor-er. For snlo by 1111 Merrihew, drug-lgcst, J4 Saratoga Salvation.- Saratoga Salvation is the intrinsic ahio of the wonderful warm springs on on the Utah Lake. It possesses an actual ac-tual and unrivalled power to cure many internal uin external diseases. You are not tiyingnn experiment but tho astringent elements of the natural warm mineral water. It is well proven an utwnrd sickness is the consequenso of a bad circulation of matter. Nature gives the right riguhitor and tho power of Saratoga springs water is therefore universally well known. Instead of a bath make use of the astringent elements of the water at home which will give much better results. Saratoga Salvation drives out tho germs of sickness, recruits re-cruits tho strength of .the nerves and makes the body whole and sound. For sale in Lehi by Peoples Co-op and 11. B. Merrihew. Price 40 cents a bottle. Prepared by Prof. A. Siobert, Saratoga Sara-toga Spriiigs,"Lehi. Touri3t or Family Sleeping Car Service Do you know that every evening the Denver & Rio Grande R.R. in connection con-nection with the R. G. W. runs a Tourist or Family Sleeping Car to Denver, in which a lower berth can be secured for 2.00? In addition to this daily service, the D. it R. G. AV. also operates on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, threo distinct Tourist Sleeping Car lines to Omaha, Kansas City, ChicagD, Boston nnd Xew York no change for Utah pnssengeis at greatly reduced berth rates. These Tourist cars are managed by tho Pullman Company and nro provided with all necessary conveniences and appliances. The Tourist car feature, together with the admirable train service and scenic attractions at-tractions of the route, has placed the D. 6 R. G. in the foremost ranks of Western Railroads. For rates and detailed de-tailed information, apply to any Ticket Agent of tho R. G. W., or to D. F. Nevins, General Agent, or II. II. Cush-ing, Cush-ing, Traveling Passenger Agent, I). & R. G., No.-CS West 2nd South St., Salt Lake City. The Prospectus of tho Home for 18OS. Tho excellent stories, for which the Homo is noted, will bo continued ; tho Fashon and Fancy Work departments will be kept up to a high standard. Kate Sanborn will continue her bright "Oft-Hand Talks," and every ono of tho numerougdepartments will bo increased nntlnado brighter. Taku Notice. You are given a choice of ono of the following articles and the Home for three months for only 15eents. 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Oflice o.f Notary Public in same building V Deeds and all kinds of legal papers m Jdrawn nnd acknowledged. James Harwood Notary Public I 2jji.ZZT SUBSET - XjESIX. ' ' I Dr. Christens en, I dentist, I American Fork, Utah. I TIHIRMAN & WEDGEWOOD M TTORNEYS-A'lLAW. ' Rooms 3 nnd 7 First National Bank Building, Provo, Utah. I "One Minuto Cough Cure is the beet t preparation J havo evnrsold or used and 1 I can't oay too much in its praise." I L. M. Kennon, Merchant, Odell, Ga. I, II. B.Merriliow, dtuguist. I r TMiiri'''-" -T "" v The Best Train I To Chicago I is the Chicago Special Burlington , Route. Only one night on the road. I T.eaves Denver . . . .9 03 n m K Arrives Omnlia 11.55 p 111 Baine Jay. Arrives Chicago . . . 2 16 p m next ilny. K Connects with fast trains for alL A points east. Superb equipment ft sleeping, dining, smoking and chair M: cars. K Vestibnled Flyer tho fa3test"ight W train from Colorado to the, ETast still kavea Denver at 0:50.pm. ofrering m splendid servico to pnha, Chicago, Kansas City, St. Laia and all other M eastern and southestcrn cities. , m 1 TickeH a; olliceof connecting linos K Kv.F.MoMILLm General Agont.' K R. F. NKSi.KN.Tav.Puss. &Frt Ag 14 S. West ?emple St. ft' 0. S, L.Bhilding.ESalt Lako Oity B Late to bed and early to rise, prepares B a man for his Home 111 'ho skys. Early B to bed and a L.ttle Early Riser, the pill B thatimakes life'yngor and better and B wiser. II. 13. Myrihow, druggist. B The Cuban epestion and politic B su-es sink into lsigniflcanco with tho B man who suffers (rom piles. What ho B most desires, is lOltef. DeWitt'a Witch H Hazel Salvo rurvs p H , druggist. H BBBBBBBMB1MMmim ! nitoiAr J -MMJiM.1"1""