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55sjj The salt Lake Tribune: Suotat Mojmnsra, February 21, 1904. 15 H
Monday. Ims is txclusive of Classified Ads Where Replies Were Directed to Be Made Elsewhere. ! I
FR SHLB-REHL BSTRTE. i
21 ,c RnOS.. H9 MAIN ST. ,
jS-HitfE nice little home on N. B. I
fth: S-rSom brick, well built, and .
5 T lot fine neighborhood.
fi-AEVnd and tr cot. and tarn,
aSw and 9th So. sts.
' land and 4-r. cot. and bam.
(fSltra very desirable place for
i cSicSnV or chicken ranch, near
3i " 3lh E-
'rtrn mod, new brick cottage, never
Sed nr 11th 13. st and Brigham
'l ' .'kr a good G-r. mod bk. cottago
V (S-;?rnew but a very good, homollke..
HrN home with shrubbory and rino i
1 S DUSSoU m I
-3 flkt.; south front; nr. 3th E.; let I
' . tJruf!modern S-r. bk. and barn, and
? nrflO ot B L nr. 2nd sl; elegant
mT ESiion. walking distance; prlco Just
" J above makes very fair reading, but
n.in-c you the, only way for you to
' 80 ."n5on us and talk It over. We've
."S btarMns of every kind.
-i BROS . 113 MAIN ST. 51517
"Tm-ACRE RANCH (SNAP). $1000.
id uM-nn br. on bench. $20CO.
trodcrn br . 5300 cash, bal. $20 mo.
5TE JSbG C RICHTER CO.. 41 EAGLE
nfBl JS 9 Sur f lhat addr03B- ,pnon.
"tSa-Lu: up faster than any othor part
tv iftAj city Building restriction: No house
? East less than 510CO. You will be sur-
ifj if you will go and look at "Oakley"
tasSP "vaKcb bargains for tho same money In
S crpart of the city Why pay $2000
& building lot East, when you can buy
rt u food a lot for $200 name dlstanco
OPw fruit Ground Is high, car service first
-jV38 Tiko tho University car. 1st So. at.
nis rcwt end of lino and soo for your
ii t Hubbard Investment Co., 7S W, 2nd
lSw icith streot- si 151
CHOICE BUILDING SITES ON ALL
oi? t'l of Liberty pork, very easy terms,
ftjt: J--iiari3 Investment Co., 7S W. 2nd So.
' " S1I52
.WHa ' RBGE REALTY CO.
4 -a DV-i'- P b- on block caat city and
rS cntr building; a snap.
"H3 i ;.r i, bam, ahodo and law; 50x140 ft.
-r frame, between 6th and 7th East
f M jj ih and 10th So.; good barn and
Lrtig well; TtxlW ft.; for Co per cent of
r50--r. b.. on Lako St.; 40x140 ft. and
tttar You can't beat this,
-8if caj-j-r. b. and frame, on E. 5th So,;
y,.- Jbl many others. Call and pee us, as
u 7 TiEay tave what you vant; and Lf we
! It's at tho right price,
fir-'-i Itot forget that wo do contracting
"W ci building In all Its branches; malto
-ii izs and specifications without any
rvr, Z We also build and sell on small down
J REGE REALTY CO.,
TTTTi t F. il. Powell, Manncer,
j5 anil 17 0vcr -walker's Bank,
Xo. 8 West 2nd So. 'Phone 1C35-IC
jjJIHS PARTY OF HOMESEEKERS
y.aiir Ibo auspices of Harrington & Court
rt Tftnii' Th9 wcnt to Churchill Co., Novada,
."bvtjtlgato tho lands lying under tho
m Js OoTcrnment canals now being built.
.Jlffare-l on Thursday, Feb. llth. Tho
p7 consbted of ten. as follows: Henry
ooyj' tlflrrrcnco, B. a Harrington, Georgo
Croat, C. G. Goss, Edith Mason, W.
r- 'I:t9.i, M. Walsh. G. Mahar, W. E. Illg
zL' . frai IL E- Eastman. They wero hlgh
2 '! with tho country and tho work
2 4 at Is belnc accomplished by tho Gov-
j 'pent, and made locatlono for them--Vt'l-
fL"- Any person wishing to learn tho
iwa: iptij of these returned parties can get
- aaat the office of Harrington & Court
,A a ?7'.15 W- 21,(1 So'th, who would state
: 'Stttr that Uiclr second party will start
svada In a few days; tho exact dato
e .! " l- PHshcd In The Tribune Any
lfo ! entitled to tho righto of citizenship
wpt a home and a start In life. Come
aT 7 h t nSlIgat0 th,s ProposlUon. Harrlng
c te & Courtney. all
OEUS IXS R0D3 ON 2ND ST - WILL C1JT
i Stonlt builder. Hill Invest 'cT. IKS?
- lJtaip,e. Tel 30G-K 81261
-H0C iffif' 0RUW1LL TRADE FOR CITY
1-i &?H.lf' a,b"tiful farm of SO acres on
V0EB Hi?-?. r; 3"ro?;n hou3c, with other out-
jj'rTo?1' atuclous to &
lSErL,RfMS' ACREAGE, BIO
.1 tm "-Ti-ti3a u Courtnoy, 15 W. 2nd 8
i . m2frl6
nf ,5usnWKBS IS REAL ESTATE
. gWM- C w. Miller & Co.. 112 W. 2nd
l&h fiT u ESTATE, MAKES
1fclH Elw- IL Aahton. 2i7 Dcscret New?
J Sfcjl HPN REAL E8TATE INVEST
WttrSt1 CaUlt ,0an brke"i
EATa, custE, lota and buslreaa property.
jj GET IN LINE.
ifcfi 2S5ileaUyCo- CTlng con--3
liai. f Lr?y "O"57, for houses on smaU
l0i2 !i.u n.wa h0UH0 bcforo ifao Rprlng
v "P'kca may rise.
Tl nr'c bar.caJn3 In vacant and
i J fc gpd J aro now and tho prlceo
5s 6011 wo can mako tho terms to suit
ll'b4ira?nrmi roomlng-hou3C. J325. A
' GTtr.V.nlrcnL 'a reasonable,
-rg; ; EGE REALTY CO ,
5 IVefiK ?-r.M roWELL. Mgr.
"nl fcis i J0I,d south st.
ZZyi. Walker Bank Bldg. S102C
?l ?oLPER CENT INVESTMENT.
SJ ftiVne ' r,rc"-'l brick, five rooms.
r0 t, firJP wnlk5 in j-ard and
,9 S 44e , Trlc;: ,20M: J2C0 ,lown- bal"
-1 WvVt rCnL - Enahl. 221 Bo.
S$l -lZ 2033
W TOWN-SELLS REAL
iCJJti'. writes insurance. No.
'f flODDARDr Wa,r.8 bank
iS?F.FIN'B Li AND CLOOSE TO
SleTat.isibarga.ins. o. p. r
:o!,,3pS,ftSIA-TB, MONEY TO LOAN.
Jlannon. 24 E. So. Temple.
cjaStST?rVUc.ENTS. LOANS. INS,
U--L20-' 15g So. W.' Temple. kG15
-jSlfc, aAt ojAROAJN FOR CASH. IF
- ' IB?.11 UrnLrf S Inqir Angus Lam-f8tjRhogPaPe'-
Co.. 51 W. S. Tom-
..ifrlBKlaIfe 4-ROOM PR. BRICK,
' uft. eroyflng pQrt oc clty: 15W:
feLck' modern, o.'l finish, dry
X" bufc l,ot.s 0,1 Stat-' Bt-
and l m.'"1. loUj " stb Kaat, vory
-v'iWtar.i t? J' terms.
tfSf'r Co" 7S w 2nd 6o 6301
J. DONNAN REAV3B WILL MOVE TO
. 22-31 MAIN ST. EARLY
PROGRESS. -PROSPERITY AND AD- '
vance havo been tho distinguishing char
acteristics of tho real estate, and Home
building business of J. Donnan ReavlB. 1
So largo has tho patrorfago of thla busi
ness become that larger and more- com
modlous quarters aro now un lmpcrativo
With his usual progresslvoncss and de
termination to be at tho head of tho
branch of business In which ho Is engaged.
, Mr. Roayls has decided to furnish the most
commodious and elegant'rcal estate offices
In the city at 32-34 Main street. To that
ond contracts have been lot for magnifi
cent otf Ice fixtures which will equal ln ox
nenslvcness and benutly those of any of
the banks in tho city. Tho partitions will
pc of Flemish oak with paneled wainscot
ing below and bovel plato glass above.
t m!,n corridor floor will bo laid ln
whlto tllo, and tho walls will bo beautl
i , y. ,dccoratcd. Tho onlceB will be di
vided into a cashier's room, lobby, general
oiiice, contractor's room, drafting room,
with a prlvato office for Mr. Rcavla and
tho superintendents of the building de
pnru. onl of h,a business. All of the fur
nishings will harmonize in quality and ap
pearance and the drafting room will be as
fully equipped as any ln tho city, and
splendid facilities will be provided for tho
making of plans for any form of structure
from a two-room framo to a S&0,000 office
or apartment building.
Tho need of these new quarters la the
direct result of the growth of a business
which has provided somothlng tUat tho
people have long needed and not been able
to obtain, viz, a concern that by consol
idating tho building business with the. real
estato business has been nblo to supply
houses on easy terms for loss 'money by
fully 20 per cent than tho prices asked by
others. Built to order houses arc, tho
houses tho people want, for they cdmblne
convenlonco and good construction with
interior arrangements that exactly suit
So crcat has been the volume of busi
ness transacted by Mr. Reavls that dur
ing tho past nlno months ho has actually
built and sold nearly eighty houses; has
beautified Salt Lake and Its suburbs with
enough homes to completely lino flvo city
blocks, and has added to tho taxable
wealth of tho city closo to $200,000,
Tho reliability of Mr. Reavls is now tes
tified to by hundreds of Salt Lakers, and
tho houses he has built havo mot with tho
universal approval of his clients.
Here's a few references- Frederick
Lyon, chief engineer United States Smelt
ing company; Thorald L. Hammer, treas
urer Grand theater; Robert T. Kimball,
Park City A. La Torres. St. Elmo bar
ber shop; Prof, Lc Rol Snow. L. D. S.
university; C. O, Winkler, National Bis
cuit company: Emma Ivlo, State uni
versity. His famous advertising phrase.
"WHOSE ROOF IS OVER YOUR
HEAD?" han spread In fame from Salt
Lake- to Butto. to Carson and throughout
tho ontlro lnter-mountain country, and
that ho will attain oven greater success
ln tho future than in tho past Is an as
Tho location of Mr. Reavls' new offices,
22-34 Main street, Is central and prominent,
and the public will remember that THE
Z. C. at I. WILL BE OPPOSITE.
J. Donnan Reavis, now located at 7S
West Second South street, will movo to
magnificent now offices at S2-34 aialn
stret, about March 10th.
P. S. Tomorrow, Monday, is Washing
ton's Birthday, a holiday for most of our
readers, and a good day to call on air.
Reavls and get his plana for building
homes. One hundred plans to look over;
homes that he will build on easier terms
than you expect, aiako It a point to calL
78 West Second South. 'Phono 173.
ZVt ACRES WITH 4-ROOM HOUSE,
good water right, closo to car lino, suit
able for a chicken ranch, $1250.
Brick row. 10 apartments, 6x10 rods of
ground, will rent for ?50 per mo., with
small repairs. ?1S3).
6-room, 2-story brick, clec. light, 3x10
rods, 4th W. and 4th So., J21CO; payments.
2V5xl0. well Improved, prospective busi
ness, $4500; pays 7 per cent net.
Homer's Abstract Office.
A. C. SADLER, 112 WEST 2ND SOUTH.
Real estate, loans and notary public.
$250 each 2 or 4 cholco lots ln East Wa
terloo. "None hotter anywhere"
$525 A pair of nlco lots ln Lincoln Park;
fine view of tho city; car sorvlco; water.
SS00 SxS rods on Cth East, fronts cast;
SSOO Flno building spot near county
41502 lota 1st South near Sth West
$1500 Brick cot., C rooms, e. o.; good lot.
51050 Light brick, D largo rooms, etc.;
$2000 Choice of red or buff brick, mod
orn C-roorn cottages; s. c.
$1600 Largo rooming-house; low rent;
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
No. 11 E. 1st So., Ground Floor.
$3,000120 acres southeast; good water
right; fruit, alfalfa, etc.; all or part
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$S0O 1C acres, southeast; continual'
stream running through It: small
house, barn, chlcken-coon: plenty of
shade; also sunny side hill; Ideal for
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$1,700 5-room brick; c. 1.. bath, hot and
cold water, nice electric fixtures,
luwn, shade, porch; party leaving
cltv, must sell'; Vf. cash.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$2,G00 buys an elegant G-room new press
brick, with mnntel, rccoptlon hall, 2
closets, large puntry, 2 porches, por
celain bath, sink and basin, on pave
ment on 2nd South st
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$2,K0 5-room new press brick, modern;
porches front and back: cellar; lot
50x102 feet to alley; small payment
down, balance like rent.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
No. 11 E. 1st South, Ground Floor.
''XS RODS, 4-ROOM FRAME. CELLAR,
summer kitchen, barn, city wutor. $1COO;
JC00 cash, balance time, 32 Jeremy at
4-ROOM FRAME, WEST 2ND SOUTH.
S15?room brick, modem, llowlng well, lot
137V.X125. 13-foot alley, barn, on car lino,
South 4th East, part cash. $2.i0.
4-room brick, lot 33x119 ft., 2nd street,
S1Woom brick, 9th Eaat below 9th South,
lot Kxl20. alley In tho rear, prlco $2C0O(
4-room brick, bath, pantry, summer
kitchen, lot eCxlOO, West 7th So., S2SA
4-room. brick, barn and chicken yard,
Jot MX16C. East Cth South, .$1500, Get this
'J-room brick and 1 frame, corner lot,
a8-VTOm?ramorB. Glh South, bath, toilet,
also furniture, piano, etc., a gcnulno bar-
CC-rooin,brick near llth East. 1st and 2nd
South" modern, lot 33x110, $2350; will trade
for email house.
Lota In ."ill partB of tho city; also acre
age for sale. Lint your property with ue.
WlO rodB. 4-rm. houso, fruit, chlckon
pen. flowing well, cheap for cash, cloao
JOHNSON & WINN.
504-5 Progress Building. B1540
LOTS AND HOUSE. SOUTHEAST,
C-rm. houso, "closo." rent $23, $1700;
Wm. brick (oast), Iron fence. $1300.
7-rm. house, "close," east, $3500,
5 acres, "close," imp'd, trado for city
L. L. GODDARD, Under Walker's Bank.
WE HAVE A VERY LARGE LIST OF
property for salo, and many exceptional
,!5 acres near Sandy, water stock worth
v2oO, raised last year 50 tons lucerne, prlco
for all $550,
6-room brick, bath, toilet, e. 1.. 2x10 and
r. of w., near Brigham ft Q, $2300.
G-room prossed br., por. both, tollot, c. 1.,
cor. lot, 9th E., $2500; $100 cash.
S-room mod. pressed br., hardwood
lloors, on Brig., closo ln. a gem. JS300.
Elegant building lot on Brig., s. front,
$v.0 ner rod.
5-room br.. bath, e. 1., xslc, cor. lot 4x10.
7th So.. $2000.
4',xl3, two fronts, trackage. 5 new
houses, renting for $43, nil for $3500, a bar
gain.. C-r6om pressed br., por. bath, toilet o.
1 . furnr.ee. lino basement barn, etc., 2
blfcs. from Temple. S37CO.
Here la a snap that you can't beat It's
a 4-room frame, large rooms, hall, pan
try, closot folding doors, Eastlako iln
leh. V,i blks. from county bldg , $1200;
good terms; no car fare to pay here.
5-room mod. pressed br.. furnaco heat,
near Catholic hospital. $3000.
G-room, two-story pressed br.. por. bnth,
toilet, e. 1., flno bnscment, ready for fur
nace, corner lot. E. 2nd So.. $3500; terms.
Another 5-room m6d. pressed br.. nearly
now, same locality, cor. lot. $2550.
GS acres with $300 worth of water stock
on Redwood road, $1500: adjoining ground
held at $100 por aero. It's a snap.
Cor. SxS rods near Liberty park, city
wator and car line. $1200.
Make us offer for 1 lots, faco Liberty
park on 7th E. '
Little &. Llttlo, No. 4'W. 2nd So. H1D42
GOOD G-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A.
line land, a bargain. C. W. aiillcr & Co.,
112 W. 2nd So. H1G48
. HOaiE TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
G West lot So. St
6-room framo house and two largo lots,
South Side. $1200; terms.
4-room cottage, northeast largo lot fac
ing south. $1200; terms.
1 aero of choice land, southeast, 1 share
of water. It's a bargain at $200.
10-room modern brick residence, closo In,
East Side, good location, $5000.
HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
G West 1st South St. sl543
$2500-EAST SIDE CORNER PAYINO
10 per cent; a snap.
$1000 Southeast; cosy 4-room cottago;
$100 Southeast; beautiful, sightly build
ing lots; easy payments,
$3(00 West Side corner, 20 rods frontage;
near the railroads.
E. J. WILLS.
15 W. 2nd So.. Room 29. B1544
A NICE 5-ROOM HOUSE. TWO LOTS.
50x105 ft to alloy, small payment, bal. $15
per mo., $1100. C. W. Miller &. Co., 112
W. 2nd So. 315IS
A. RICHTER. 19 WEST 1ST SOUTH ST.
$400 2-room frame; lot 25x145 feet; near
7th South and Cth West
$1200 5-room brick, (lowing well, lot 3;x
125 feet near Sth South and 3rd
West; very east terms.
$13001135 East 5th South; splendid 4-room
frame; lot 2,,xl0 rods; terms to suit
$1750 I-room brick; closet, pantry, sum
mer kitchen; lot 3x10; near 3rd Eo.st
and 7th South; $100 cash and $15
$1100 2x10 rods on llth East near 1st
$100050x125 foot to 10-foot alley, ln rear on
R st near 2nd; east front.
$72003x3 rods corner, facing south and
west on 1st Bt., with 10-room mod
ern brick cottago; In llrst-class re
pairs; hot-water heat and all other
$5000 An olegant 7-room modern 2-story
residence on 1st st; hardwood floors;
$3700 The biggest-snap of the season; 3
double brick houses, 3 rooms on
each side", and a 4-room brick; lot
GxlO rods; East Side, not very far
out Could be mado to pay $C0 per
month rent No better Investment
ln tho city.
100 modem homes ln tho best part of
tho city, from $2500 to $15,000. If you nro
looking for a homo, there la no question
but what you can bo suited.
A. Rlchtcr. 13 West 1st South st; tel.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main; red ball olpns.
4-ROOM HOUSE ON F ST.. 3x5 RODS,
$2250. C. W. Miller &. Co., 112 W. 2nd So.
5 SPECIAL BARGAINS.
$1350 buys nix acres cholco land near lltlt
E. and 14th So.
$2300 Six-room mod. brick cottago near
$3250 Swell now modom biick cottago on
E. 2nd 8o.
$5500 Handsome modern 9-room brick res
idence, E. 2nd So.
$275 Building lot near R. G. W. dppot
$125 Building lots, 7lh E. and 10th So.;
car line; easy terms.
FOR SNAPS SEE US.
A. McKellar &. Co.. G3 W.' 2nd So.
4-rm. new, modern brick cottage, front
ard back porches; large, light and airy
bathroom; 2 clothes closets; commodious
butler's pantry; elegant mantel and
gralo ln front room, and every room elec
trically lighted. Will sell on cash pay
ment of $500 nnd balance In monthly ln
utallmcnts of $25. House closo ln on East
Houston Real Estato Inv. Co., 251 aialn.
WEIR. 201 S. WEST TEMPLE.
$1700 S-room brick, furnace, bath, 2 w. c;
electric light; laundry ln rear; 2&
blocks from Temple.
$2400 Now 5-room bride cottago; bath, w.
c, reception hall, coalhousc; lot 3xS
rods, fenced; easy terms; G blocks
from P. O.
$2750 6-room houBO, lot 45xlG5 ft, blocks
from Walker Bros." store.
$1750 J-room brick, 2nd st
$23006-room brick; bath; near llth E.
$2300 3x10 rods, 2nd at near B.
515003x7 rods near 10th E, and Brigham.
,700 2Vx7 rods, cor., closo In.
$800-50x140 ft, 6th East
$5002x5 rods. 1th South near Sth E.
$2502 lots. Rico & Gcldcr's addition.
$S50 2Vx9 rodB. cor. E st. i
$1200 2V.xl0 rods (sewer), near 10th E.
Weir, 206 S, West Temple. alSSO
154 SO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-IC
SEIDLER BROS . LADIES' TAILOR
lng a specialty. All work first class, 319
Malu st ii3
WINCHESTER REPEATING SIIOT
gun; also hammcrlcss gun; cheap. 13S
East 1st South. slGOl
NICKEL-IN-SLOT MACHINES MEY
cr Bros. Zany. Box 437, h15W
PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS, FINE WY
nndotto cockerels. 520 So. Stnto st. H1530
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 72 WEST
2nd South. sl571
FURNITURE OF FOUR ROOMS, $75.
09 E. 3rd So. aloTO
STRINGER CO.. 70 W. 2ND SOUTH.
Furnlturo complete of a 5-rm. cottage,
houso rents for $13.50 per month; $175
cash, balance on easy payments.
The Stringer Co., 70 West 2nd South.
ONE FINE SQUARE PIANO. $05.
One fine Hallct &. Davis piano. $100.
One lino Kimball organ, $25.
'One Geo, Woods organ, $15.
Ono Phlpps organ, $10.
If you cannot buy a new piano qr organ,
nccuro one of these and then a llttlo later
trade for a new one,
Vansant & Chamberlain, 32 Main, direct
ly opp. 55. C. M. I. S1532
ROOMING-HOUSE, SNAP, OF 40
rooms, 51EC0 ca3h down and bal. monthly
payments, buys T-7C0 place for $5000. 3
years' lease; furnlturo and carpets extra
nlco, be sure and nee this.
Miller &. Miller, room S St. James hotel.
GOOD SQUARE PIANO. $10. J. Y.
Smith. 255 East 7th So. S1523
FOLLOWING PLACES FOR SALE:
Rooming-house, 2S rooms, $2SO0.
Roonilng-houso, 12 rooms, $550.
Rooming-house, 40 rooms, $5500. '
Hotel, modern, CO rooms, $5500.
Boarding-house, 12 roo-ns, $1000.
Restaurant, line location. $1400.
Restaurant, good trade, $K0.
See me boforc buying.
D. L. Miller, room 8 St James hotel.
FURNITURE OF S-ROOM HOUSE
cheap; canurent house, also bam, close In.
15 W. 2nd So., R. 28. s!536
FURNITURE OF 3 ROOMS, ALL OR
In part, used only two mo. 425 East Gth
So. Call today. 61502
A SNAP I HAVE THE AGENCY FOR
the Sklllard 5c slot machines In G counties,
with 7 machines. A money-maker. Will
sell It cheap on account of going West to
a responsible party. Investigate. Call 56
W. 3rd So.. R. G. ul5C3
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. CAR
pete, ?tc. Apply from 2 -io 4 o'clock. No.
G02 Constitution building.
CHEAP, FURNITURE OF 11-ROOM
rooming-house; houso for rcnt; reasonable.
129 E. 4th So. sl503
GOOD Al YOUNG COW. 201 WHIT
tlngham block. sl59
12 S. C. BROWN LEGHORN COCKER
cls; very line; $1.50 and up; fresh eggs.
1014 So. llth East. Tel. 1759-X. e9l3
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
Furnlturo 5-rm. house, cheap, $200 down.
9-rm roomlng-houso, rent $30, $50.
S-rm. board lng-houso, closo In, only $300.
Flno restaurant, cigar Dlorc, confection
ery. Book store, grocery, will sacrifice.
THE G. C. RICHTER CO.
Got that address right? It's 41 Eagle
3, 4 AND 5-II. P. MOTORS. 4 ENTIRE
ly new, 1 second-hand, sold at a bargain,
on Installments lf desired. Address F 39,
1ST-CLASS 8-ROOM BOARDINO
house full pormanont roomers; lxirgaln;
closo ln on North Main. Add. F 33, Trlb
A GOOD BAKERY AND CONFEC
tionory by May 1st; present owners going
Into wholesale business. Address P. O.
box 111, Ogden. Utah. sl470
ST. ANDRE ABERO .ROLLER CAN
nrles; cheap If taken at once. 14 N. 1st
1 SPAN MULES. WAGON AND II A R
ncsD. Ernest A. alaxson. Sandy, Utah.
CHEAP. 1 NEARLY NEW COVERED
1 light spring wagon.
1 buggy, $20.00.
1 harness, $10.0").
Groceries and fixtures for $100.03 at 340
W. let So. Apply 200 Progress Block.
ONE YOUNG HORSE. FOUR YEARS
old. Cor. Sth East and 7th South. Call
Monday. , hUS
$C0 PREMO CAMERO, 5X7. J30 G
0. Rlchter. 41 Eaglo Blk. 314SC
HARDMAN UPRIGHT PIANO. $100.00
Clayton Music company. 109 Main. slSOS
A BARGAIN FURNITURE OR SIX
room house; mu3t bo sold at once. 177 E
1st So. ai3i)
TWO 50-FOOT LOTS IN OGDEN; WILL
trade for piano. 310 Eccles bldg, Ogden.
ONE SINGLE AND ONE TWO-HORSE
express or delivery wagons ln good con
dition for salo cheap. Also single and
double harness Terms to suit Inquire
1. X. I Furniture and Carpet Installment
House, 4S E. 2nd So. at. S1327
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business in eastern Oregon; for
sale on account of falling health: for par
ticulars Inquire Granstrom's Cafe and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or. sl209
SEND THIRTY CENTS FOR FIFTY
business or visiting cards and. ono dozen
patent pens. One dip of ink writes n wholo
letter. Agents wanted. Floyd's Mall Or
dor Co.. Salt Lake City. aiiss
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables, 129 W. So Temple. sllOS
FURNITURE OF G ROOMS. CHEAP;
rcnt reasonable. 131 East 2nd South. s939
SHARES 3 CENTS GOLD MINES
and mill; big prollts; mineral; prospectus;
pictures sent free. Sunaut Gold com
pany, 5UG Mack, Denver, Colo. r2363
SNAPS IN FARM PROPERTY ARE
advertised right along In The Inter-Moun-taln
Former. Advortlsera make salna. too.
FURNITURE OF 7-ROOM BOARD-Ing-house;
houso for rent G 3C, Tribuno'
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
cash register. Address R 43, Tribune.
PIANO. UPRIGHT MAH'NY CASE.
New, cheap, aiust sell. 717 S. Main. nl72
' STOCK OF GENERAL MERCHAN
dlso. etoro building, dwelling house, largo
outsldo cellar, warehouses and 2V5-acro
lot In best part of growing town of 500
pcoplo;,only one other Etore-; G sawmills
within 16 miles; largo territory: coal mine
within SO miles. 10-ft. vein; best farming
country In Idaho; heavy live stock coun
try; owner has other business requiring
all his time; cleared $1000 last year; capi
tal required $5000 to $000. Address T 19.
1003 WINTON TOURING CAR, COST
$2600; two $40 headlamps. $50 worth extra
tlree. all first-clans order. $1G50. Colorado
Automobile Co., 1510 Court Place, Denver,
Colo, Selling ngente for Thomas 3-cylln-dor.
21 h. p. touring cars. $2000. s233
SHEEP FOR SALE. ABOUT 4S00
sheep, well bred: 3500 Aro ewos, balanco
ycarllnge. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros,, Klmama, Ida. hG53
CONCERT FLUTE, BOEHM SYS
tem; metal, pearl mountings; $35. F 40,
Tribune. ' sl5S5
SMALL GROCERY: DOES NICE BUS
lncss, 530 E, 1st South. s!531
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
slructlon; large stock of latest chande
licrs. lntor-Mt Elcc. Co.. 45 E. lat So.
ROOFING REPAIRS REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Rooting Co., 449 W. 1st No.
ENGRAVER3 AND DESIGNERS.
DE UOUJEIC ENG. CO. CUTS FOn
tdl purpospa. 27 W. S. Temple. r2Sl
-ffrSS- MEMBERS OF JAS. B.
Ij3 McKcan Post No. 1, G. A.
"itf&isL R and Woman's Relief
iSfc Corps cro requested to
j?$lf It rncet at our hall ln Jen
t$3ju " rilngs block for tho pur
Kfifi'Sii pose of attending the fu--kKBSIq'
nernl of our late comrade,
WAvMtffttA S. E. Allen, at 12 o'clock.
'i&Siic' Funeral car will leave at
Vty 12:3J sharp from corner.
AtttyrtSyJ aiombeni of Maxwell
.'QW$wWJfS. r'oflt No. 5 and sojourning
8 iri'flif 'Si'OmrtulGa arc cordially Jn
i&h&P1 Wvlted to participate.
Hj&y WILL D. GABY,
C. W. A. Schncll. Adj.
MACCABEES. ATTENTION. ALL SIR
Knights are requested to attend tho fu
neral of Sir Knight Thomas Hills, at Odd
Fellows' hall at 3 o'clock Sunday.
J. II. DOUGLAS.
Commander of Salt Lake City Tont No. 2.
A ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F. AND
"Wr A. M. At Masonic hall first Tucs-
(ny 0f cpch month, aiembers of
sister lodges and sojourning breth
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W.-M.
aiOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members of olstcr lodges and co
Journlng brethren in good standing in
vited. A. BROWN. W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
A. M. Slasonlc hall, second Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brethren in good standing in
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
EL KALAH TESIPLE. A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojuorn
Inz Invited. ,
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate,
A. .BROWN, Recorder.
WOODilEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAatP 406 MEETS EVERY
Friday night at 8 o'clock in Knights of
Pytblas hall, 2G1 Main ntroet
War. F. LAUGENBUCKER, Consul
T. E. NEWMAN. Cleric
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER aiAPLE CIRCLE NO 1M
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
every Monday at I. O. O. F. tomplo.
T. E. HARPER, F. at
H. J. HESS. Secretary.
OQUIRRII ENCAMPaiENT NO. L
Second and fourth Tuesdays. S p. m. I. o.
0. F. temnle.
UTAH LODGE NO 1 EVERY
Thursday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
S p. m., at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY MON
day. S p. m.. I. O. O. F. hall.
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday, S p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
Wednesday. 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F
meets every Wednesday night at S o'clock,
1. O. O..F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. Q,
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAII NAOail LODGE (D. OF
R.) No. 1. Every second nnd fourth Sat
urdays. S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
ailRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. C
Every first and third Saturday, s p. m., I."
O. u. t temple. Rcboknhs Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Tuesday. K of P. hall. 261 araln street
ROCKY aiOUNTAIN LODGE NO '3.
Every Thursday ovcnlng. K. of P. hall.
CALANTIIE LODGE NO. 5. EVERY
aionday. K. of P. hall.
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.
meets every Saturday evening. S o'clock!
K. of P. hall.
KNIGnTS OF THE aiACCABEES.
Even,' Thursday, I. O, O. F. hall. Visiting
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
SALT LAKE CITVTirENoT
meets every llrst nnd third Tuesday. S u.
m I. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
Friday, S p. in.. A. O. U. W. hall.
SEGO LILY LODgIT'noT'IsIL FIRBT
and third Tuoaday. S p. m A. O. U. W.
hall. . ,
Thursdays, Auerbnch building.
11. A. JOPLIN. Reg.
E. L. JONES. Soc.
DANISII BROTHERHOOD OF
IIAABET LODGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. temple.
REVIVAL IN BUSINESS
Merchants Greatly Encour
aged Over Qutlaok.
WHOLESALE TRADE BETTER
Good Early Demand for Snaps
in Real Estate. .
Bank Clearings Continue to Show an
Increase Over the Previous Year
Seasonable activity, which in eomo
lln'ea assumed tho proportions of a
marked revival, has marked the busi
ness situation in Salt Lake City the
past week. Wholesalers report largely
increased orders from the country trado
and the retail business has .shown
steady Improvement, the volume of. bus
iness transacted being in most cases
larger than tor the corresponding week
of last year. Collections are much
There is increased inquiry for real es
tate and an unusually large number of
small sales, ranging from $1000 to $4000.
Real estate men are very much encour
aged by the outlook for the early open
ing of, spring business with prospects
for one of the most prosperous seasons
since boom timeo. Architects are gen
erally busy on building propositions
which are yet in the embryo state, eome
of which are of very large proportions.
Money for real estate loans is very
plentiful, at 6 and 7 per cent for straight
loans, while the money market generally
shows signs of loosening considerably,
the war having had leBs effect ln the
East than had been anticipated. Eank
clearings continue to increase substan
tially, the statement for the weak with
the figures for the corresponding week
of last year being as follows;
February 15th $ 623,143.39 $ 61S.1S4.70
February 16th 405,943.75 E.595.2S
February 17th 432.S52.47 265.257.37
February 18th 449.4S0.W S79.93S.C0
February 19th 350.070.52 32S.929.10
February 20th 372,935.20. 209,482.12
Total3 $2,057,451.13 $2,524,337 .'27
Stocks continue quiet, about tho only
movement in commercials during the
week having been In Des-eret Savings
Banks, which sold at $266; "Utah Sugar
preferred, from $9.45 to $9.50, and Idaho
Sugar, from $11 to $11.05. The quota
tions are as follows:
Dcseret National bunk $275. 00
Z. C. aL 1 162.00
Home Firo lnsuronco Co 139,00
Tho Utah Sugar Co., pfd' 9.50
common . 2.P0
Stuto Bank of Utah 145.0)
Dcseret Savings bank 265.00
Solon's Savings Bank & Trust Co... 137.00
Provo Com. & Savings bank 133.00
Lchl Com. &. Savings bank 1(6. CO
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan 114. CO
First National bank, Ogden 202.(0
Davis County bank. Fnrmlngton.... 107.50
Ogden Savings bank 150.00
Barnes Bunking Co., Kaysvlllo 230.00
Con. W. & ai. Co., pfd 93.CO
Fremont County Sugar Co 10.00
Amalgamated Sugar Co.. pfd 93.00
Idaho Sugar Co 11.05
Lcwlston Sugar Co 10.00
Provo Woolen Mills Co 50.00
Peoplo's Co-op., Lehl 10.00
Church bonds 101Vt
Con. Railway & Power Co 100
Salt Lake City railroad 101
Sumpter Valley railroad 101
Utah Light & Power Co KC$
Week's Heal Estato Transfers.
Sarah Cook to aiyrtlo ar. Ashby, 71
feet 10 Inches by 9 rods ln lot
12, block 7. live-acre plat A ,$ 1
Glenn R, Bothwell to Charles A.
Thompson, lot S, block 2, City Park
William B. Bonnctt to arary Mills.
.73 aero In the southoast corner
of tho southwest quarter of sec
tion 25, township 2 south, rango
1 west 25
Amanda Johnson to Anton Gols,
Jots 6 to 9. block 1. East Sldo sub
Anton K. Schnciter to Herman
arADAar lynn, PALansT, astrol-
oglst; readings dally. 64 W. 2nd So. sl5S3
ARNOLD-DICKSON BROS. OUR BUS
Iness has almost dbublcd sinco moving to
J50y, Main streot (near Second South").
Without asking questions wo tell vour
namo and anything about business,
changes, property, minos. Investments, all
lovo affairs, sickness, friends, position,
lawsuits, papers, bright or dark future,
wealth or anything clso. Free If not cor
rupt. 10 to f) ilfillv? nnon Siinrlnvu nlon
readings by letter. What wo tell cornea
true. Telephone 21SI-K. sl520
TONIGHT Wli HOLD ANOTHER
wonderful materializing meeting, when
every ono can hco and talk with their
spirit friends. Forms appear unvcllcl
Every one welcome Arnold-Dlckson Bros.!
159Hi S. aialn at. ai02i3
MaiE. A. SWENSON, VOCAL IN
etructor, tho only teacher of Garcia meth
od. Hours dally. 10 a. ra. to 6 p. tn. 'Phone
C29-y. Caldor's music store. 11751
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
ZEILER BROS. COMajISSION CO..
removed from State st. to 59 E. 3rd So.
FURNACES CLEANED BY EXPERT.
Houaocleanlng Co., 331 aialn. Tel. 1070-K.
UTAH JUNK CO.. HIGHEST PRICE
paid for iron, brajtH, rags, bottles, rubber,
covpor, etc 63 E. Sth So. 'Phone 229. b313
Schwarz, lot 7, block 14, plat B.... l,f
Total $ 1,001 jl
FEBRUARY 1CTH. IH
Anna arattnon to Joseph Govinge, H
lots 20 and 21, block 2. Jefferson
Street subdivision $ 2,475 H
J. P. Gardner to B'. E. Rich. Jr.,
-'Vfcxi rods southeast from 7 rods, H
south of the northwest corner of H
lot 5. block 50, plat C.
John W. Ball to ararion L, aic- H
Donough. 122x33 feet southeast from
4 rods cast of tho northwest cor-
ner of lot 6, block 1. plat A 1,500
Anders W. Winberg to A. W. Win-
berg, Jr., part of lot 2, block 27,
plat E 32S
Patrick O'Donohoc to Samuel Ra- l
, ncy, lots 56 to 5S, block 8, Oakley
subdivision 52S H
Charles J. Trump to Sarah A. W ll
Austin. 3x11 rodK southwest from HH
tho northeast corner of lot 3, block H
30, plat B 1
James R. Hardman to Annlo L.
Hnrdman, lOxEQ rods southeast iH
from GO rods south of tho north- iiH
west corner of tho northeast quar- IIH
tor of section 3, township 4 south, .
range 1 west ., X
aiarct P. Olson to G. S, Raddon et
al., northern one-half of the H
southwost and southeast quarters
of section 8, township 1 south, HH
range 3 cast , 1.55T
Levi Syverson to Hyrum Syveroen.
55iA acres ln the southwest comer
of tho southeast quarter of sec- IH
tion 15, township 2 south, rango H
1 cast UA
Sarah E. Karrlck to Alex Christen-
&eo, 20 feet by 5 rods, southeast IH
from 6 rods north of the southwest
corner of lot 2, block 68. plat D....$ 3.4CO
Henry W. Brown to Andrew Olron,
part northwest quarter .section 7,
township 2 south, rango 1 east 159 IH
Charles M. Welch to James H. IH
Chambers, G1.71 square rods, south- ,
cast quartor of tho southwest , IH
quarter section IS, township a , IH
south, rango 1 cast 109 IH
Larns J. Jensen to Jamen H. Cham
bers, 170Hv50 feet northwest quar-
ter section 7, township 2 south. ' IH
range 1 cast 1,65 i ll
C. W aiidgiey to Stewart J. Jenkins, H
2x75 feet, lot 6, block 51, plat A.. 773
Joseph A. Flowers to Annlo Q. Flow- H
era. lots 7-S, block 2, Villa Park ad- i
dltion 31 IH
Laura Thnyno to Jcsxio A. Law- 1
re nee, 2? acr3 lot 5, block 22, H
Plat A sea
Edward Ashton to Elizabeth A. Ash-
ton. north half lot 4, block 4S, plat , .
C i IH
Homo Trust and Savings Co, to IH
Mohr Toubc, 50 acres southwest
quarter Bcction 31, township 2
south, rango 1 wc3t 239 i
Total $ 6.S31 i IH
FEBRUARY 1STH. '
David af. Evans to Lucy J. Kinney,
10 rods by 119 feet southwest from
northeast comer lot u, block 49, HH
plat A X
Snraii A. Saxton to Emma W. Low-
Is. lots 22-23, block 2, Walker's sub- lH
division ..- ICO, B
C. W. aiidgiey to Stewart J. Jon- H
kins, 2Gx75 feet lot 6, block C4
plat A i 775 tM
Nephl Y. Tuylor to Sam Y. Taylor,
14.47S-21 rods, lot 2, block 2, 5-acr
. plat A 2,400 H
ainry D. aiacCord to Mary ar. Bry
ant, 40 acres northwest quarter of
the northwest quarter section 16,
township 1 south, rango 2 west.... COO
Albert N. Spcncor to Alma R. H
Daft, 12Slix33 feet, block 27, plat F 3,000 H
Anders W. Wlnberg. Jr., to A. W
Winbcrg, part lot 1, block 27, plat H
E 323 H
Edward T. Ashton to Edward t! HH
Ashton ct al., lot 21, block 1, ll
Franklin subdivision 1)
Total $ 7.702
Sarah Webb to Edward Campbell. H
part of lots 24 to 26, block 1, Uni-
vcrslty subdivision ....$ 5CO H
John W. Price to Lewis Berry. 2 H
acres lot 6, block 16, Tcu-acro plat
Fidelia ar. Benedict to Ann B. B.
Neff. 25 acres west half northeast
quarter section 31. township 1
south, rango 1 ca?t t H
Ann Sprout to Christopher W.
Sproat. 10x6 rods southwest from HH
northeast corner lot 7. block 104, H
plat A CO
William T. Baker to Mutual Roaltv
company, part of lot S, block 76, H
plat A, otc CO.OCO
Rosa G. Meyer et al. to Moyer Realty H
Co.. part 3-4. block 70. plat A, etc. H
Bodell C. Jensen to Daniel H. JClm- H
ball, lot 23 and north half of 29,
block 11. Forest Dole XWi IH
Rodman B. Ellison to B. F. Shaffer. H
10x5 rods northeast from southwest H
corner lot S, block 17. plat A es-j
Harold Van Cott to Ray Van Cott,
lots 1-13-14, block 4, Holland subdi- HH
slou ,, 1
Thonuus E. Vlssing to Peter Hanson, ' H
lots 26-27, block 3, Thorndyke sub- H
division i (oo
Timothy Hall to Roscoo W. Eard- HH
ley. 2VixS rods southeast from 2 H
rodB south of northwest corner lot IH HI
3, block 2, plat A s
Tour J 3.7
Grand total JSSJIU BVfl
Building permits issued during tlie weak H
ending February 20, 1904. were as follows: , H
O. Kowell, Second Wost between H
Third and Fourth South, iron H
shop $ 600 H
Mrs. Carrie aiooro, No. 6 Grovo
street, biick residenco 5.CCO H
John Corlcss, Washington streot, 1
brick cottago 500 H
Mrs. P. A. Bcndlven. Sixth South H
Ixitwcon Sixth and Seventh East, H
brick cottago i,504 HH
Total $ S.000 ll
AT THE HOTELS. H
Arrlv&ls at tho New Wilson European H
hotel yesterday were: Moses C. Davis, J.
J. Knight, Sam A. King, Provo; J. II.
Tumor, St. Louis; lrank Baldwin, Brlga-
dler-General, U. S. A.: II. A. Doann. U. S.
A.; C Chlsolm, Now York; D. R. Wll
llama, Bingham; A. T, Young, Union Pa-
cltlc: F. ai. Shaw. Denver; A. L. James, IH
St. Louis; J. Iria Morris and wife. Nophl; H
A. D. Smith, Tellurldc; Harry Chnurant,
Now York; R. II. Glover. Omuhu, Rac E.
Woodcock, Ogden; E. G. King. Lay ton:
M. S. Roscnstudt San Francisco; Bern
Stern and wlfo, "Sliver Slipper'' company, 1
Now York; E. A. Brown, C. 1. Curr, ailn
ncapolls; it V. Payson. Evauston; B,
Lolchtlg, New York city; W Chrlstensen,
Morcur; Charles F. Stutovnnt. Bingham,
William S. Willis. W. C. Willis, Hcbor: A. :
L. Havens, Seattle; J. C. Wcctcr, Po-
catcllo; Dr. C. ar. Wilson. Park City: l
Paul Delbach and family, St. Paul. IH
Arrivals at the Ctillen hotel yesterday H
were: J. J. Thomas, St. Georgo: J. E.
Yates, Provo; J. H, Malchett, Ogden. D.
H. Roberts, B Dodurlch, Provo, DaVId
Ross, Carter, Wyo.; W, B Knopp, Logan; i
J. P. Whalon, Z. C. Tulielpe, P. Brickman. 1
Wellsvillc, O.; F. J. Sultnor, W. Hast-nan. IH
Cleveland. O.: J. C. Sclemlt Mllwaukeo; H
John aicNcll, Denver airs. S. V. Worutz. H
New York City; C. M. Jones, Pueblo; at.
H. Hennessy, A. aiaglnnls. Park City; H
James P. Gray, W. M. Andrcyz. Frank- HH