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The Klondyke H 'btilhgpowclor is Schillings" m Best baking powder. It H keeps ;wd docs its work. m everywhere. C23 CASTOR I A H Tor Infanta and Children. BB t 2t to Ito Triutml. B ' She The count promised to marry B Edith soon. B She Yes. but Edith is afraid ho will B break his promise. H She Why? B She Because lie mado it in broken B English. Truth. HB 0. S. L. Special Rates. B National Congress of retail liquor B dealer?, Omahii, Nebraska. Single fare H plus .$2. Tickets sold Aug. 20, limited B to Sept. 1. B National convention of Bohemian B turner?, Omaha, Neb. Sinslo faro plus B v $2. Tickets sold August 'Gth, limited B jo Sept. 5th. B Iritemntional Mining Congress: Salt B ' Luke City; tickets sold July 5, 0 and 7. B limited to.fuly 11. Single fare for round B B On Sunday July lOtli an excursion B will bo run from Sujt Lake to Morcur B and Tin tic points and rate of $2 for B round trip. B Convention Baptist Young Peoples H . "Union : liullalo, N. Y. ; one lowest B first class fare plus .$2 for round tiip. B Tickets eo'.d July Dth and 10th, limited H toJuly liftli. i:-teusiouof limit until B Supt 1st can be secured. B Nntionnl Kncnmpinent Union Veter-B Veter-B ' L ans Union: Rock Island, 111; one lowest B first t:laaa fare plus 2 for round trip. B . Tickets sold August Sth nud Dth, limited H to August 20tli B ,f Knonmpmoiit Knights of I'ythiac : B Indianapolis, Ind ; single faro plus $2 for B round trip. Tickets sold Augutit 17th B 18th and lOtli, limited to iugust DOtli. B Extension can be eecured. B Curo nil liver UN, bilious, g. B B B t Doss, liendaclio, sour atom- MTU) a 1 ffl &. B ilcll iiullgestlou, cmmipa- I In H t tlnn. Thoy act oaslly, villi H M 7 j "t palnorRrlie. Sold by all ilriifceUta. !J cent. m Tlio only l'llU to tako ulth llood'i Sariai,irllla. B '--iti-th iBk;. M I II1"!" !.' 'J ' w ''w Ono minute ii not long, y ot r clie obttuued in half that time by tho use oi Oho Minute Cough Cure. It prevents consumption and quickly cures, colds, proup, bronchi tis, pneumonia, la grippe and nil throat and lung troubles. II. K. Morrlliew. S. M. Geary, piorson, Mich, writc-a:-"DeWitt'a Witcl. Hazel Salve is curing more piles hero to-day than all other remedies combined. It cures eczemaf and ail other skin diseases. II. U. Morrihew. 8. C. Jones, Millesburg, Pa. writes: "I have used PeWUt'H Little Early llisers ever sinco they were introduced here and must say I have never used any pills in my family during forty Keop Qulot nn tine Clmmbfria til's Colic, Cholera, atnt Dtarrlien IKeiiietly for nit pallia of the stomach and nil unnatural looeiicss of the bowel. It always cure. I have been a suaVer from chronic diarrhoea ever sinco the mar and have used nil kinds of medicines for it. At last I found one remedy that has been a success as a euro and that is Chamberlain's Cham-berlain's Colic, Cho'.cra and Diarrhoea Remedy. P. K. Grishem, Gaats Mills, La. For sale by II. 15. Merrihew druggist, drug-gist, It Savo3ThD Chlldron. Chnmberlatu's CoiiRliiKemcdy has saved tho lives of thousands of croupy children It U alse without un equal for colds and whooping cough. Probate and Guardianship Notices For further particulars consult Ihu county clerk or the respective undersigned. under-signed. Estate of William Goates. The undersigned will sell at private sale the following real estate to wit: Begin at the S W corner of Sec. 0, T .j, S It 1 E Salt Lake Meridian then north 1.25 chs. then east lG.Sochs. to a point 1.05 chs. north of the south line of said flection 0. then south 1 degree 15 minu tes west 5.45 chs. then west 10.90 chs. then north 4.40 chs. then west 4.80 chs. to point of beginning. Area 0,00 acres. Also begin 4.30 ciis. east and 9.40 chs. south of the N "W corner of Sec 7, T 5. S 11 1 E, Salt Lake Meridian, then east 10.85 chs. then south 1 degree 15 minutes minu-tes west 5.20 chs. then west 10.72 chs. then north 5.20 chs. to point of beginning. begin-ning. Area 5.00 acres. On the (ith dav of July 1898 and written bids will be leceived at the home ot Joseph W. Goatte. TermB of sale, cash. Jos'ii'H W. Goa'it.h, Administrator. Dated at Lelii City, county and state of Utah this 20th Jny of June 1S9S. In the matter of estate of Samuel A, Wilcox deceased. The petition of William Cook, for probate t f will and for tho appointment of himself and Lyennder Berry as oxecutors has been "f t for hearing at 10 o'clock a. m., Monday Mon-day the 1st day of August 1898, at the Court House in Provo City, Utah County, State of Utah. Dated at Provo City, Utah, June 18 1S9S. Gi:o. IIavkrcamp, Clerk, By A. V. Rodison, Deputy. S. It. Thuuman, Attorney for petitioner. Notice for Publication. No. 3705. Salt Lake City, Utah, June 4, 1898. Notice is heroby given that Lauritz II. Smith of Draper. Utah, has filed notice of Intention to make proof on his desert-land claim No. .1970, for the S W H S W M Sec 27 Tp IlSItlE before tho Register and Receiver at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 22nd day of July, 189S. Ha names the following witnesses to prove tho lompleto irrigation and reclamation of said land : Charles M, Ciosgrove. John L. lleward, Jos. M. Smith and Thomas Vawdrey, Jr., of Draper, Utah. Frank I), flobbs, register. (I'irst ynblicatioii Junc',7.) Whooping Cough. I had a little boy who was nearly dead from nu attact of whooping cough. My nighbors recommended Chamberlain's CcAigh Remedy. I did not think that any medicine would help him, but after living him a tow doses of that remedy I noticed an improvement, and one bottlo crsed him entirely. It is the best cough medicine I cvor had in the house. J L Moore, South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale by II. B. Merrihew, Druggist. The People's FayoritQ. Tho great overland Route, the Union Pacific It. 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