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Jn These Pages. If You Want Anything You'll Find It Here. i I
7 FOR BALE REAL ESTATE.
$1200 BUTS COST COTTAGE HOME;
4 rooms, lino lot, fruit, shado, lawn,
i $1GOO for 6-room brick, easy payts.
$3750, worth $M00 S-room modern home,
furnace, good lot. etablo.
$100.00 buys first-class building lot.
f Other real cstato bargains.
E. J. WILLS.
15 W. 2nd So. St..
t!045 . Room 20. Tel. 2141-X.
Good 4-rm. br. cottage, pantry and
clooota; nicely arranged for comfortablo
home. Frame bam. Lot faces south on
6th So. and Is 54x163 feet. Will take port
payment cash and balance- $15.00 per
month at low rate Interest.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE TNV. CO.
TUTTLE BROS., H9 MAIN STREET.
$4200 Buys a very nice 7-room modem
brick houso and fine lot at No. CGO
E. Cth South st,
1000 A -S-room houso and S&xlO rods at
No. CT L at.
KO For lot 2xl0 rods facing Liberty
park: these lots are very fine for
building, and will grow In valuo
faster than mqst localities. Wo can
make easy terms. Can loan money
1200 For nice new 4-room pantry and
closet cottago and lot 33x110 to al
ley; so. part of cJty. Terms $120
down and JIG per mo.
We have property evcryw-hcr In this
valley, and a great di-al of It wo repre
sent the owners, who being non-residents,
want their money and offer the best bar
gains. Wo represent and manage over
a $1,1X0.000 worth of Salt Lake City prop
Si crty owned by non-residents, managing
exclusively all of Henry Phlpps's Salt
Lako realty holdings.
I TUTTLE BROS., PROGRESS DUILD
I WE ARB IN THE BUSINESS.
I A beautiful 9-rm. houso and 1 G-rm.,
I both mod., and closo In. Fine lnycstmuiL
I Ask us.
I 2 10-acro ranches, 1 D-acre, on car line.
1 A t-rm, mod, brk., very cheap; easy
I Wo have some nlco lots. Ask us,
1 Tho G. C. Rlchtcr Co. Remember, wo
are now at 131 Main st., over Bon Ton
i theator, rm. 4. 'Phono 1247-K. U030
C. W. MILLER & CO., 112 W. 2ND SO.
Nice new 4-room frame, olec. light,
j city water, on cast bench $1250
I 6-room modem brick, cast sldo, a
j cosy home; payments 2C0O
New G-room modem brick, east
I bench, fine view, small payment.... SO00
i Elegant 6-room mod. brick, e. u 000
E-room frame, CO by 1C5 ft., fine
shade, on car; a great bargain;
small payment, balance $15 per
If you are looking for choice building
lots eeo a W. Miller Sc Co., 112 W. 2nd
IB CX3 WITH 9-ROOM ADOBE HOUSE.
51 South 8th EasL t$76
REGE REALTY CO.
A few camples from our farm list.
II 38 acres, s. w. city. 12 c In meadow, bal.
H In small grain, good 3-room house, small
bam, plenty water, $1500.
mf ' ti acres s. c. city, 5-r. frame house, good
I born and cuthouses, abundance of water
H J-iwjnd one of tho nicest orchards of 450
p ' .tfrces, small fruits, etc., $2300. You can't
1 I . v xCO a.. 12 miles a, e., all nlco land, water
I ( . right alono worth $2500, 4-r. froaie and 2-r.
I brick, bam, sheds and fruit; $7000; good
J 240 a. In Summit- co all fine hay land,
, grows tho best of timothy, flno spring,
J, plenty of water, 3-r. stone houso, small
Darn, corrals, otc, all fenced; $4500; torms;
flno range adjoining good for horses or
I GOO a. In Tooclo co., known as old Jen
nings farm, lino hay land, plenty of wa-
' tor and pasture, and a great bargain, $12
. 160 a. In Bingham canyon, part of old
Showcll ranch, good dry farming, water
near eurfaco; a good buy nt $1500.
I REGD REALTY CO. 'PHONE 1635-K.
H 8 WEST 2ND SO.. ROOMS 1C AND 17.
v F. M. POWELL. MGR.
I I 6-ROOM BRICK. MODERN. SIXTH E..
between 3rd and 4th So.; terms; apply 433
I So. Cth East. tC32
I 5-ROOM PR. BRICK, MODERN, CEL-
lar, lino location, south, 5250O; terma eaay.
4-room cottage, o. sldo, good location,
$1350; $300 cash, $20 a month.
. G-room pr. brick, modern, oil finish, cel-
lar, ?1W0; easy payments.
H Cholco lots on Stale sU
I Cholco lota on 5th East.
Hubbard Invt, Co., 75 W. 2nd So. U099
HOUSE AND LARGE LOT ON UP
m per Bingham canyon. Address H-10. Tri
ll bune. tlS7
GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH 3 A.
1 flno land, n bargain. C. W. Miller & Co.,
1 112 W. 2nd So. al&H
j RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE, BIG
J list of our real estate paper (rn at office.
I i Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
I I REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R
j ' R. lands, E, J. Wills. 15 W 2nd So. mlS37
' ' OUR BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
3 and loans. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
I South. r24M
'I WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
I alL Tuttlo Bros., 143 Main; red ball signs.
NEAT. MODERN 7-ROOM BRICK
house, with barn, ea3t side. Address F 43,
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST-
ft m ment Co, Real estate and loan brokors.
yVi 251 Main ctrcel
1 AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, IF
S- I taken at once. 3 front lots on 2nd West,
ft J near Paxton avo. Inquire Autfuo Lambert
2i I at Lambert Paper Co., a W. S. Templo.
'Phono 3S5. s597
y A. RICHTER, 19 W. 1ST SO ST.
BTp Buy your roal estate from a real cs-
BXV taio ogcnL No other agent In thin city
My ' can put you noxt to aa many good buys
pvjkl JS'O 9-room modem 2-story brick; 4x10
UB1 roda on let North near Cth West.
iBKfll On very easy terms.
KVwJ 1 $3200 9-roon mod. 2-storj- frame on Q bL
MkHfjo near 3rd; tho house connected with
HTmLvPI tower; has porcelain Tj.'Uh and fur-
nitcc heat; $1200 cash; bul. G per cunt.
Kt-Ci r Tho lot 2VjxVi rods to alloy.
twi'1Jjf $4500 An S-room 2-3tor' brick house; has
WKMt furnace nnd other modern convo-
nlcnccs; laundry tubs; bnaencnt all
K -WVv ' llnlshcd; brick barn; on 3rd sU; with
HLflplK 2x10 rods to nllcy.
RIMM $1350 Cor, 1st and K st. ; with 7-room mod-
BHBv cm 2-story brlcl; favorable terms.
HflTIH $2100 On 5th West near 1st North; 5x20
KrSLH rods; the house Is modern; 7-room
B4J)RH adobe; nice placo for railroad man.
YbuH $20 A rod; vacant ground on 1st North
TsKfTIII near Cth West.
vllvLHI $100040x123 feet to 10-foot alley In rear
wHH on R bL, facing caat,
$1500 2ixS rods on lat nt., south front;
WinS the prt-Lllext lot on tho atrcet.
nlolH i$1600 4x10 rods; a corner on J st.
rjHBJ Si J1200 JxlO rods; corner facing south and
nnBiMI j west on M st; many others.
ynyVlfl A. Rlchter. W, 1st So. Tol G41. t411
TKlliBil A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
ifaBIK New huuac, pressed brick, Uvo rooms,
IHIK nlumblng, cement walks In yard urui
HI ! Strl. electric lights; will rent for $20
maK-l wr month. Price. $2000; ttOO down, bal-
UflVL Snro some as rent. O. Engdahl. 221 8.
FwR 8LE--REAL ESTATE.
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$350 4-room houso, 75x140 feet to alley.
so. front, good well, ohado and fruit, on
State prison car lino.
Brown, No. 11 E. 1st So. U0G1
MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE RESI
DENCE CAN BE BOUGHT
If you want a $10,000 homo for $7000 on
terms that are very easy, thl3 13 tho
placo you have been looking for: 9 rooms,
2 baths, magnificent chandeliers, full
basemont, hardwood floors and finish,
cornor lot GxlO rods, faces east, on car
line. Remember, $10,000 for $7000, and If
you will call I'll show you the property
and you won't waste your time, either.
Investigate. I can make von easy trms.
J. DONNAN REAV1S.
At tho Sign:
"Whose Roof Is Over Your Head?"
Mr. Reavla Is now located at 78 W. 2nd
South st., 'phone 173, but will rcmovo
about March 15th to 20tb to 32-34 Main at.,
and "The Z. C. M. L will be oppoalto"
his new quarters.
UNDER DESERET NATL. BANK.
Main and lat So. ata., is whore you call If
you purchase property without an ab
stract of title. Wo will make your ab
stract and perfect your tltlo. Tho Homor
Abstroot Co. (lnc) tll23
GOOOD INVESTMENT, ONLY $2000 TO
secure an Income of $50 per month.
Ono acre, with 4-room house, bora, city
water, S. E-. $750.
C-room brick, closo In, west sldo, rents
for SJ per mo., $2100.
6-room new brick, every modem conve
nient, including furnace, basement un
der entiro house, east Bldo, $3000.
21jXlo, C-room houso, connected -with
sewer, ono block from Knutaford hotol,
Now 4-room brick, S. E., 8 blocks from
city and county bide, $2000.
C-room 'modern cottage, 2V blocks from
Main on 1st So., $1500.
Any of tho abovo properties can bo pur
chased on easy payments.
The Homer Abstract Co., basemont
Desorot Nafl Bank bldg. tlia
S. B. WESTERFIBLD, 6S-C9 COM'L
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
HARRINGTON & COURTNEY ARE
constantly sending out people to locate on
tho Government land under Government
canal In Churchill county, Nov. Soverxl
parties went this weak. II thoso people
who aro desiring to make homes for
themselves only knew and realized tho
facts about that country' of splendid cli
mate and good opportunities for the men
of small means, they would bo In train
loads. Thcro has never been In tho his
tory of this Western country such an op
portunity as this now offorcd. Come in
nt our office at 1G W. 2nd South street and
let us explain tho proposition to you.
Harrington & Courtney.
4-room frame. We3t 2nd So. and
Greaber avo ......$1309
G-room brick, below 10th So. and 4th
4-room brick, 2nd street 37CO
4-room brick. West 7th South 2250
4- room brlclc, bain and chicken-
house, lot 50x165, E. Cth So IsW
This la a No. 1 bargain.
2- room brick and 1 frame, lot 30x120,
east side, terms SOT
5- room framo, East Cth So., bath,
toilet, also furniture, Including
piano, otc; owner leaving the city.. a50
10x10 rods near ' Stato st-. 4-room
house, fruit trees. Howlng well, a
good place for chicken ranch, barn,
etc.; a snap ZoQ.
3- room houso and bathroom, West 2d
So. Torms 1CC0
Wo havo moro on our list, also lota In
all parts of tho city.
JOHNSON & WINN.
11027 504-5 Progress Bldg.
IT. T. M'GOWN CO.. NO. 131 MAIN.
If vou aro looking for HOMES,
FARMS, Improved or unimproved prop
erty, call and seo us.
Below aro some of our BARGAINS.
$2000 C-room brick, 3x10 rods ground; has
pantry, closets, barn; near depots;
$1700 C-room Xrame, ne., 2xS rods to al
ley; pantry. closets; favorablo
$3)00 i-room brick, 2&x7,4 rds, to alley;
sk.. bathroom; closo In; terms.
$3000 G-room brick, newly built, hall,
bathroom; 2 W.; closo In; terms.
And many others.
H. J. McGown Co., room 3, 131 Main st.
over Bon Ton theater. tl009
LITTLE & LITTLE.
Samples from tho largest list In town:
7- roorn frame, el. 1., line condition,
iron fence, cement walks, south
front on 2nd ot $2250
This la surely a bargain.
10x10 on north bench 550
3VxS, beautiful cor. on D 1000
G-room brlclc, bath, eta, lot 4x7,
closo In on Canyon road S500
4-room pressed br. and hall, space for
moro rooms upstairs, por. bath,
toilet, o, 1., lot 2lix7. r. of w. E.
4th So 2600
G-room mod. pressed br. (1-year-old),
barn, on G near 2nd S700
7xG rods, cor. on 4th st 2700
8- room pressed br. (1 years old), por.
bath, toilet, o. 1., lino basomont,
nat'l wood finish, nowly papered,
lot 3xS, east bench.. 4000
2Vx7 cor. on 3rd, no. and e. front 1250
4-room frame, ndobo lined, por. bath,
toilet, 2 porches, 12 flno fruit treeo,
lawn, shrubbery, near 9th So. on
8th B lCCO
Now 7-room frame, adobo lined, largo
rooms, etc., lot 4'ix9&. on 11th E.
near 10th So 2650
Farm of SS acres, S5 acres undor cul
tivation, 200 choice fruit trees 6
years old. small fruit, primary
water right, farming Implement!, 3
cows, 8 horoos, pigs, otc, 2-room
framo houso, barns, etc, oe. near
Big Cottonwood 2500
Cheap property on S. T., 1st So 2nd
So. and 3rd So., both cast and west of
Sec us If you want to bo suited.
LITTLE & LITTLE, No. 4 W. 2ND SO.
HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
6 West 1st So. St.
4-room house, well built, northeast,
good-Blzed lot facing aouth, $1200.00.
6-room frame house, facing east on F
st,, 2x8 rods and right-of-way, $1200.00.
E-room brick cottage, northeast, 2x3
roda of land and right-of-way, $1760.00.
2x20 rods of land on west side, good lo
19 acres of good farming land. 100 young
fruit trees, house, bam and 6 shorts of
water, $1200.00. Terms,
90-ncro well-Improved farm, south of
city, good Improvements, 20 acres in or
chard, full water right, easy terms,
HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.,
6 West 1st So. St. tl031
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
$ 275 Cholco lot near R. G. W. depot.
$ieOO-New 4-rm. pd. brick cottage, near
9th E. and 2nd So.; cosy terms.
$2200 4-room houso on 2nd sL; cloc. lights.
Iron fence, cement walks, etc
$2500 Swoll 6-room pressed brick, rec hall,
por. bath, eleo. Us., otc, closo In,
east sldo; terns.
$3100 Haudaome mod, cottage, E. 2nd So,;
$1500 Best lot on north bench.
For bargains In modern homes oeo us
A. McKollar Si Co., C3 W. 2nd So. tl021
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
$2000 G-room pross brick, best of plumb
ing nice sizo lot, east front, near 9th E,
and 6th So. This Is now and modern. Wo
can mako very easy terms.
Brown, No. 11 E. 1st So. tlOS3
WEIR, 2W S. WEST TEMPLE.
$1200 9-room brick, furnace, bath, tollot,
electrlo light, washhouso In rear, lot
Sx20 rods, 3rd South, near 7th East,
rear 3x10 rods can bo sold for $500.
$2400 New G-room brick cottage, bath,
toilet, wired, reception hall, fine
porah, coalhouso, lot 3x8 rods, fenced,
G blocks from P. O.
J 700-25x120 ft, and right of way, 2nd st.
$2300 24x7 rods, 1st st, near E, south
$500010x10 rods, near 2nd North and Main,
? 500-60x160 fL, N. Stato st.
CGO 5-room frame, near Sth S. and Sth
We movo to 30 W. 2nd South, Atlas blk.,
about March 20th. t!023
A. RICHTER, 19 W. 1ST SO. ST.
Buy your roal cstato from a real cs
tato agent. No other agent In this city
can put you noxt to as many good buys
as I can.
$3000 9-room modem 2-story brick; 4x10
rods on 1st North near Cth West.
On very easy torms.
$3200 9-room mod. 2-story framo on Q st.,
near 3rd; the houso connocted with
sower; has porcelain bath and fur-,
naco heat; $1200 cash, bal. G per cent
The lot 2Msx7i rods to alley.
$4500 An 8-room, 2-story brick houoo; has
furaaco and othor modern conve
nances; laundry tubs; basement all
llnlshcd, brick barn; on 3rd at.; with
2ixl0 rods to alley.
$1350 Cor. 1st and K sis,; with 7-rm. mod
ern 2-story brick; favorablo terms.
$2100 On 9th West, near 1st North; 6x20
rods; tho house la modern; 7-room
adobe; nlco placo for railroad man.
$ 250 A rod vacant ground on 1st North,
near Gth West.
$100010x125 feet to 10-foot alloy in rear,
on R st.. facing east.
$1500 2,x8 roda on 1st St., south front;
tho prettiest lot on the street.
$1000 1x10 rods; a corner on J st.
$12003x10 rods; corner facing south and
west on M st.; many others.
A. Rlchter, 19 W. 1st So. Tel. C-IL
IF YOU WANT A HOME. OR
A REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT,
Tho United States grows, produces or
manufactures all and everything: conducive
to man's comfort, excepting real cstato.
If you contemplato buying, buy now, or
you may bo everlastingly too late,
T havo, among other bargains:
A Main street proporty, paying 9 per
Five-room adobe, 3'xlO rods, Second
West and Seventh North $ JO0
Seven-room pressed brick, entirely mod.
cm. furnished, 2Vi rods frontage, on First
street, $ 3,700
6x9 rods. 3rd West and 3rd North.... $ 600
Eight-room brick. G0xl56 ft., barn, ahado
and fruit, Tenth East and Tenth South
Threo 10x20-rod lota, embracing GO rods
trackage, First South nnd 9th Wcst.$ 5.(00
Frontngo on Ninth West, between South
Templo and First South, per rod 5 150
Cut this out; It won't appear again.
Jaa. IC Shaw, basement Walker's bank.
NEAR HOLMES TERRACE.
GGx99 feet, with rustic cottaso of 7
rooms. Property will bring 6 per
cent In present condition. You can
have It for what land is worth
ASHTON, 207 News Bldg.
IN ORDER TO APPEASE THE CURI
oslty of many Tribune readers, who havo
followed the career as a real cstato dcalor
and homebullder of J. Donnan Reavls,
wo thought It was timely to go Into de
tails In describing his now offices at 32-34
Main street, ground floor suite, which ho
expects to occupy about March 15th to
As descriptions to bo worthy must bo
accurate, wo will bogln by suiting that
nlmoat directly opposite Mr. Reavls's
now location will bo situated the Z. C. XL
I. ThlB largo concern, no doubt, Is look
ing forward to Mr. Reavls'a coming
move with much secret pleasure, for they
realize that there will bo "something do
ing" on tho block when Mr. Reavls gct3
located. In this connection we will stato
that Mr, Reavls oxpects not only to mako
his efforts to promoto trade In his local
ity useful to hlmsolf but with an Inborn
spirit of unselflHhncss, ho will never fall
to think of his neighbors' welfare.
Now turn wo to a moro careful descrip
tion of tho location of Mr. Reavls's new
offices than can bo grasped from tho
moro street number, 32-31 Main Btrcet.
Wo will begin by slating that McCor
nlck'B will be on ono corner south of Mr.
Reavls's offices, tho Desoret National and
Desorot Savings bank on another, whllo
. tho Uta.h Stato bank will bo dlroctly
south, about GCO feet from Mr. Reavls's
On tho comer to tho north will bo lo
cated, whon Mr. Reavls gots settled, tho
Dcserct Nows building, c great ornament
to Salt Lako City and the homo of a
great newspaper. It Is said that tho ten
ants of this building aro delighted to hear
that Mr, Reavls Is about to occupy 82-34
Main street, for. as ono man said, "That
no all roads lead to Roavla's offices, tho
ohorter the road tho belter."
Wo will continue our description by
stating that a llttlo further north, on the
same side of tho 3trect as 22-34 Main
street, tho Mormon Temple rears Ub
ongol-cappcd domo. and If you were to
stand In tho front door of Mr. Reavls's
offices and look northeasterly', you would
obsorvo the Zlon's Savings bank, occu
pying tho lower floor of the Teraplcton
building. Yes, from every point of tho
compass, except to tho west, 22-34 Main
street, Is environed by concerns of
wealth and standing, Tho location Is tho
very hub of tho business center, and timo
will mako still grenter tho already groat
advantages this location has over oilier
Persons In doubt ne to whero S2-34 Main
street Is located, or thoeo wanting homes
buIlL plans drawn, building lots, or those
who ucslro to dispose of their proporty
can cccuro explicit Information by call
ing on Mr. Reavls at his present address,
78 West Second South street, whero the
algn, "Whoso Roof Is Over Your Hcad7'?
hongs over tho door.
A BARGAIN! SUITABLE FOR
chicken ranch. 4-room house, barn, chick
en coops. 5 flowing wells and 10 acres,
fenced. 8 miles west. 12th South, $600. O.
C. Rlchtor Co.. 131 Main sL t292
FOR SALEREAL ESTATE.
BROWN'S IN TOWN
$2600 7-room p. b., porcelain bath, Hlnk
and basin, e. 1., largo porch, shado, fence,
etc, weBt Bide. This houso cannot bo built
for leas than $2200. Ownor working out
Brown. No. 11 E. 1st So. U052
ASHTON1 S BARGAINS.
Suburban Offers hard to auuL
Red pressed brick cottago, 4-r.,
finished In best yellow pine, porce
lain bath, collar, oloctrlo light,
largo porch front and 'rear, lot 7x
10 r., SO cholco fruit troos, walks,
chickens, coops, otc; In ovory ro
spect a cosy homo; 9th East St.;
only $2SC0; $100 down, balance $17.50
monthly paymonts, Including In
terest, 7-r, rustic home, very substan
tial, rooms well arranged, largo
number of trees bearing fruit, lot
TVtXim, barns, hay shed, ohlcken
coopa; ownor anxious to leave city
and must soil; $2750; $1000 down,
bal easy paymonts.
6x10 r., 10th East, near 11th Bo.,
cast front, very best suburban lo
cality; cholco neighbors; $550.
If you aro looking for something
like an aero of ground for cholco
suburban homo, this will Interest
you lOVfcxllii, r.. near 9th E. and
11th South, $1050.
Nice rustlo homo of 6 good rooms,
lot 2x10, Gth bl, fruit trees.
$1000 buys 3-r. framo, lot 8x
corner, nlco shade, west sldo, good
2xS r. to alley, e, front, 1st
West, north, $760.
3 lots. 40xlX ft. to lG-foot alloy,
best locality on west sldo of olty,
ASHTON, 207 Dcserct News Bldg.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! !
Corner lot on 11th E., near 11th So., $200.
Lots In beautiful Perkins addition, ce
ment walks, city water, car line, elegant
neighborhood, flno and high, good vlow,
$150 and $175 each; nono other so choap.
7x10 on east side, at a bargain. In good
neighborhood; will spilt Into 3 lots; line
chance for builder to mako some money.
3x10 on 9th E near 6th So., $900.
1 full block on north bonch, city water,
$1050; a sure profit In this for speculators.
7-room framo. with largo lot and born,
a. e., $1500; JGOO cash, bal. monthly.
Nearly now S-room modern pressed
brick, s. c, car line, city water, 3xl0-rod
lot, $2800. Havo other bargains. Seo me.
O. F. Peterson. 63 W. 2nd So. tl0S3
REAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS. IN&
Hill Invest. Co.. 156 S. W. Templo. kG15
BROWN'S IN TOWN.
NO. 11 E. 1ST SO., GROUND FLOOR,
$3500 C-room brick, bath, e. 1 corner on
F L, facing so. and w.. SS00 down.
Brown. No. 11 E. lBt So. tlOCl
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marry." Prof. A. H. Postol, Box 160 C,
Philadelphia, Pa. tl002
WEALTHY MAIDEN DISFIGURED
by accident, othorwlse healthy, desires a
good honest husband. Wilson, 109 Central
avc, Minneapolis, Minn. tSCG
WE SEEK HUSBAND FOR BACHE
lor girl, ago 2S; rellned and musical; worth
$18,000, and for hundreds of others of
means and respectability. Homo & Com
fort, Toledo, O. 1956
ARE YOU SICK? DO NOT POISON
your system with powerful and deadly
drugs, but write mo a full description of
your case nnd I will send you, absolutely
freo of charge, a statement of what you
should do to get well without tho aid of
medicine or surgery. Remcmbor It costs
you nothing for full and complete Infor
mation. Address box 635. Boise. Ida. 1S6S
MATRIMONIAL ASSOCIATION IN
corporatod. established S years; many
worth $1000 to $100,000; paper 10c aealod. R.
L. Love, Denver, Colo. t956
SISTERS IN DESPAIR. SPEEDY RE
llef. Abnormal suppression any causa.
Wrlto for remedy. Safe, auro. Dr. Mar
tha Walker Co., 163 Stato, Chicago, i960
SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES. ETC.,
removed by X-rays or electric netdle. Lula
Brooks. M. D Constitution block. 81215
SEIDLER BROS., LADLES' TATLOR
Ing a specialty. All work flrot doss. 219
Main st. slin
- - .-1
1M BO. W. TEMPLE. 'PHONE 2153-K.
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 25 Eagle blk. 2nd floor dlOtt
CARPENTERS AND JOBBER3.
RAINEY St WOLF, GENERAL CON
tractors and elevator work; work guaran
teed; rear 12S 80. Main. Tel. 2191-X-1052-Z
res. ' t735
ROBERT M CARROLL & CO., ARCHI
tectural designing, store front changed;
Jobbing Sz repairs. 6 Market st. Tel. 1253-X.
ROY WATKOUB. 7 E. 3RD aa tiL.tZ.
vatnr and Job work. Tel 167&.Z. oS7
U. F. WILLIAMS. CARPENTER AND
Pattern and model making a specialty.
All kinds of Job work.
Stor and office fixtures.
160 B. 2nd South. 'Phone 106S-Z. nisrc
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CLAYTON; ROOMS $2.10. TO $5.00
week 21i So. State st. rll40
ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY UP:
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. rl013
LINCOLN HOUSE. 65 E 1ST SOUTH.
00 rooms; rates, 25 and 35 cents. sISIS
SMALL FARM; WILL LEASE,
trade or soil. Apply 762 B. 4th So. U020
! FURNISHED 7-ROOM HOUSE. UP
rlght piano; leaving town. 03 So. lat W.
CASH GROCERY AND NOTION
store. $350 ; 4 living rooms. Address H-S0,
WELL PAYING ROOiUNG-HOUSE
of 2G rooms; must bo sold at onco regard
less of valuo. Owner leaving city. 309
East First South. tl060
HORSE, HARNESS AND WAGON
for light dcllvory, cheap. 229 Fern Bt
IF YOU WANT TO SELL REAL ES
TATE. IMPROVED OR UNIM
PROVED. CITY OR SUBUR-
BAN, LIST IT WITH ME.
It will cost you nothing. 1 a8k for no
option, nor do I want to tlo It up.
1 havo been established In tho real es
tate business In Salt Lako City for fifteen
years, and havo clients for all classes 01
Sell when tho opportunity offers or you
may bo left to hold tho bag, aB lias been
tho blttor cxporlenco of many.
JAS. IC SHAW, basement Walker's
HEAVY TEAM HARNESS AND
wagpn, $125. 969 North 2nd West U078
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, $35; FUR
nlturo. $550. 148 So. 2nd WesL tl0S2
CHEAP, AND ON EASY TERMS,
seven-room house, No. S55 Palm avo. In
quire Standard meat market. U091
EGGS FOR HATCHING: BARRED,
Rocks, Wyandottes, Minorca, Brown
Lcghon, $1 por sotting. 719 Elizabeth
St., near 7th So. and 11th East. tl093
2 ALMOST NEW SINGER DROP
head sowing machines, cheap. Inquire
room 129 KoIth-O'Brlcn bldg. U09I
FOR GOOD ROOMING-HOUSES,
hotels, good mining stock, elegant fur.
rooms, 340 Constitution bldg. tllOO
1 ELEGANT NEW WE MODERN
brick cottago, $2700.00, easy terms.
.1 6-room, easy terms $2500.00
1 6-room, easy terms 2300.00
1 9-room, easy terms KOO.CO
Or exchange for vacant property.
R. E. M'CONAUGHY,
U043 603 Auerbach Bldg.
BETTER THAN THE BEST ARE
my Imported prize-winning Barred Ply
mouth Kocks. For thirty days, ckkb tor
hatching shipped anywhoro for $2 per
fifteen. Address Roger W. Powers,
Llngerlonger, Ft. Douglas avenue, Salt
Lako City. . tl0O7
A 4-YEAR-OLD HORSE. BROKEN
to harness, weight about 1200 lbs.; sound.
Inquire at S50 E. 1st South st. U013
UPRIGHT PIANO, A SNAP; $65.00 IF
taken this week. 23S So. 7th East ct. tl014
SMITH-PREMIER TYPEWRITER NO.
2, nearly new, and desk. Room No. 10
Hooper & Eldredge block. U017
ONE HIGH-GRADE TOP BUGGY,
cheap. 167 So. 7th EasL U0O5
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
Finest prlvato boarding-house In city,
well established, making money; ask us
$100 buys nlco cigar business.
$275 buys furniture of S-rm. boarding
house, flno location.
Wo have 2 grocery stores, good ones.
14-rm. roomlng-houso, flno location,
Also bakery, bookstore, Testauront and
The G. C. Rlchtor Co. Remember, we
aro at 131 Main, over Bon Ton theater.
GO-CART, COST $23.60. CHEAP; ALSO
high chair. CS So. 1st WesL U034
FINE TALKING MACHINE. NEW,
cheap; roller top oak desk, madolln, vio
lin, autoharp, stcrcoptlcon views, 20 Rich
ards street. U0C9
WHITE AND BROWN LEGHORN
cockerels. Pen of W. Plymouth rocks.
Eggs for Incubators. 1014 S. 11th East.
Tel 1759-X. t375
LOST MONEY FOUND!
Through our system of collecting; no
membership feo; uo advance for postage;
no commissions If uo collections; we ask
patronage on our merits; wo guarantee
results, Seo our testimonials. R. R. Hud
son, Mgr., Address G, Walker Bank bldg.
ROOMING HOUSE, 18 ROOMS, NBW
ly furnished, parlies leaving city; will sell
cheap. Inquire Clayton house, 214V: S.
B. P. ROCKS, LIGHT BRAHMA S AND
Rhodo Island Reds. Eggs $1.50, and a few
Rhode Island Reds, cockrclls; 15 Currant
WHITE, BUFF AND BROWN LEG
horn and W. Wyandottes eggs for hatch
ing. Spoclal price for Inoubator lota. White
Hock hens. 1014 S. 11th East. Tel. 1759-X.
PIT GAME EGGS. GRIST STRAIN, $3;
1221 Easi 12th South st. t990
WE WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUC
tlon on our promises, 1 mllo northwest of
Corlnne, Utah, commonclnc at 11 o'clock
on Thursday, March 17 1904, the following
proporty: Ono 7-year-old Jack, ono 7-ycar-old
Jack, 6 head of good Jennies, 16 head
of largo brood marcs, soon to foal mulos;
IS head of yearling past and 15 head com
ing 1 year old mules, all from best of
stock; 1 high bred fast pacing stallion;
also wagons, plows and many other ar
ticles. Will also offer our 400-acxo well
Improved ranch for sale or rcnL Terms
of aalo, 8 months' timo at 8 per cent In
terest will bo given on approved notes of
$10 and over with 2 per cent off for cash.
Free lunch and coffee at noon. Bring cups.
Corlnno Ranch Co. H. G. Cattell, man
A GOOD BUSINESS FOR SALE; BEST
paying business In eastern Oregon; for
snlo on account of falling health; for par
ticulars Inquire Granstrom'a Cafe and
Oyster House, Baker City, Or. t971
SCHMIDT & SCHULTZ UPRIGHT
piano, worth f450, will sell for $200. B.
Ekkcr. 239 W. 2nd North. tSS3
NE 200-LB. SAFE, NEW, ONLY $25.
ne 1700-tb. safe, nearly new, $65: must
be sold at once. 2GO-201 Progress bldg. tS90
SURREY AND HARNESS, CHEAP.
725 W. 1st North. t25
GO-CART. 655 SO. STH EAST. tS21
GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT DO
lng $40.0(1 per day business. Address 164
So. 2nd East, room 7. tS20
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Bring us your pictures for framing. Riv
ers Bros 140 Main st. t763
EGGS FOR HATCHING BARRED
Plymouth Rock. White Wyandotte and
Rhodo Island Reds, $1 per 16. Crcssbrook
ranch. folO S. 7th East. t634
2-CHAIR BARBER SHOP. $W PER
reek business; account sickness; $300
cash. Address Box 106, Rock SprtnRs,
RANCH OF 320 ACRES: ONE OF THE
best homes In southeast Idaho. Torms on
port of price. Write for particulars. A
nap. Pioneer Real Eatato Co., Ltd., So
da Springs. Ida. t217
LARGE NEARLY NEW NATIONAL
cah rflglpter Adririj R 43. Trlbun.
HOUSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
stables, 123 W. So Temple 1103
FOR BALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SHEEP FOR BALE. ABOUT 4600
sheep, wall bred: 8500 are ewea, balanos
yearlings. For further particulars ad
dress Newman Bros.. Klrnxma, Ida. s65)
TWO 60-FOOT LOTS IN OGDHN; WILL
trade for piano. S10 Ecclan bldg, Ogdan.
ROOMING-HOUSE. INQ. AT 73 WEBT
2nd South. slBTl
ROOMLNO HOUSE, SWELLEST IN
the city; nrloo $2S00.
Think of 12 roomo, renting for $S3, with
out taking caro of them; now this la o
bargaln and the best one in tho olty; prlco
$700 for furniture, D. L. Mlllor, room 8.
St. James hotoL U123
GOOD BICYCLE, WITH PUMP AND
carbldo lamp, $5. 233 7th EasL tllll
ELEGANT, SOLID, QARVED, BLACK
walnut, marble top chamber floL 75 North
State streoL s3U0
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
tructioni large stock of latest chande
liers. lnter-Mt. Elec Co.. 46 B. 1st Bo.
ONE LARGE AND ONE SMALL
farm; good improvements: orchard, ffraln
and hay land. 23 W. 9th South. tlllC
A new sanitary process. 158 E. 3rd So.
Work guaranteed. BlStO
MASONIC NOTICE. MT. MORIAH
lodge No. 2 will hold Its regular monthly
meeting toinorrow (Monday) evening at
CHRITOPHER DXEHL, Secretary.
ALL MEMBERS OF SALT LAKE
camp 63, Woodmen of the World, and
visiting neighbors, are requested to meet
at our hall In Odd Fellows' templo Sun
day, March 13th, at 1 p. m. to attend tho
funeral of Neighbor John Adams.
A, E. FISHER, Con. Commander.
A. McKellar, Clerk. tSll
A ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F. AND
vV A. M. At Masonic hall first Tues
Nr day of each month. Members of
sinter lodges and sojourning breth
FRANK P SHERWOOD. W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. LP. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodgs and so
journing brethren in tcood standing in
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 9. F, AND
A. M. Masonlo hall, second Monday ach
month. Members of Bister lodgts and so
journing brethron In good ntandlbne In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN, w. M.
CHRISTOPHER DTTSHL. Socrotary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
8. Third Wednesday of each montn. Ma
sonlo hall at t p. m. All nobles sojaorn
Inc Invited. . . .
C. F. JENNINGS. FotenUts.
A. BROWN. Recorder.
DESERET CAMP 4M MEETS EVERT
Friday night at 8 o'clock in Knights of
Pvtblns ball. 261 Main street.
WM. F. LANGENB ACKER. Consul
T F VRWMAN CWfc
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
vory Tuesday at I. O. CT F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO, 101
moeU every Friday night at L O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA
EVERGREEN LODGE NO. 161 MEETS
even' Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
H. J. HESS. Secretary.
Second and fourth Tuesdays. 8 p. m. L O,
O. F. tmnle.
UTAH LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Thursday. 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple,
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
g p. m., at I. O. O, F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 5. EVERY MOM
doy 8 p, m.. I. O. O. F. halL
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday. 8 p. m.. I. O Q, F. temple.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERT
Wednesday, 8 p. m L O. 0 F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. L O. O. F.
meets every Wednesday night at 8 o'clook,
L O. O. F. tomple. Visitors wulcome.
B. B. HENDERSON. N. O.
J. C, SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODOB fD. OF
R.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat
urdays. 8 p ra.. I. O. O. F. temple.
MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF P..) NO. 6.
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. m., L
O. O V temple. Rebekahs Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
MYRTLE LODOB NO. L EVERT
Tuesday. K of P hall, 351 Main street,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 1
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall,
CALANTHE LODGE NO. 6. EVERT
Monday. K. of P halL
LINCOLN LODGE NO. S3, K. OF P
meets every Saturday ovonlng, 5 o'clock.
K. of P. hnll.
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
Every Thursday, L O. O. F. halL Vlaltins;
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
BALT LAKE CITY HIVE NO. 4
meets every first and third Tuesday, X p.
m 1. O. O. F. hall.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERT
Friday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. ball
and iblrd Tuesday, 8 p. m A. O. U, W.
Thursdays, Auerbaoh building.
H. A. JOl'LIN, Iter
E. JONES. Sec
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
HAABET LODOB NO. 78. EVERY 1ST
and 3rd Thursday. L O. O. F, tsmpla.
BUSINESS CHANCES. : j
BY APPLYING AT ONCE THE RIGHT
man can aocuro pormancnt position as I
local sales manager; ralary $160 por 1
month; opportunity for advancement; ref-
eronces required. Address National Art I v
& Calendar company. Drawer C14, Dotrolt, I ,
Ml oh. t334 J .
PATENTS GUARANTEED, PATENTS I
secured or froo roturn. Send model or 1
sketch for freo opinion as to patentability.
Send for llluatratcd guide book and list j
Of Inventions wanted, finest publication 1 i
issued for free distribution. Contains val- I
uablo Information regarding patents, trado
marks ond copyrights; how to obtain and
sell them; 1C0 mecbunlcal movements, otc.
Patonts secured by us advertised freo In
tho patent record. Sample copy free. Ad- t'
dress Evans. Wllklns & Co., Registered
Attorney, 600 F otroct, Washington, D. C. r
CHANCE OF LIFETIME TO ONE MAN f $
only In eaoh State with referenco and few
hundred dollars for branch offlcs supply-
lng agents (wo furnish agents), Enor- ' J;
mous profits without risk. Hull. 164 East .)
23rd at., New York. 1340 N l
CORPORATION CONTROLLING BUS- 1
lnosa established 1855, desires energotlc, ;
experienced business man, who can fur- 1 .
nlsh unquestionable referenooo as to nbll- I
lty and integrity, t6 take management S
branch office Salary $2500 per annum. . S
Addrecs Supt, box ES, Madison, Wlb. t9U i
DON'T WORK FOR OTHERS. BE A
the boss; start a mail-order business; vrs '
help yon. Plan and now cataloguo for '
Dtamp. Central Supply Co., Kansas City.
$16 EARNED ON EACH $100 MONTH- 8
ly; paid in weekly Installments by ex- Hi
prosa, money orders. Money Invested oub- j
ject to lmmedlato withdrawal. Writo for I '
particulars, Fleishman & Co., 1204 Broad- R
way, New York. t952 K
THE BEST OPPORTUNITY IN EXIB- K
tenco for the Investment of Bmall and 1
large sums of idlo money where It will fit
produco a largo and steady monthly rev- I
enue without risk of loss. Principal back H j
on demand. For full particulars address a 1
W. H, Latimer, 413 Walnut st, Pblladal-
rjhla, Pa. tC37 B
A LARGE MANUFACTURING CON- j ,
oern whose products aro Bold In all parts 11
of tho United States locatod at Battle. Ill
Creek, Mich., highest bank references. j
will open a brnnon office in Salt Lake and U
wo want a capable man who can como ill
well recommended to fill the position of Uj
local Bales manager, salary $1200 por year 111
and commission. Our sales manager I
should mako at least $3000 por year In this III
territory; must invest $1600 in tho pre- ill
ferred stock- of tho company in accord- j
anco with our co-operative plan of doing
business. Address Manager, drawer Rt &L
Battle Croek, Mioh. tS6T jft
CAPITAL" AND INFLUENCE ARB AT j;
your command If you havo a good bust- " 1
nosa proposition and know how to presont i
It. Wrlto C. S. U. G. Corporation, 1809 P
Trfbuno bldg., Chicago. iS&i Va i
' " ' ' i
CARPET CLEANINQ. I I J
UTAH CARPET AND WALL PAPER if I
Cleaning Co. Carpets cloancd on tho floor. I!
Xcathors renovated. 'Phone 17S7-K. alii ' il
SALT LAKE ROUTE j f
OPENED TO THE SEA i
Gala Timo at Eiversida When' tho
Now Eoad "Was Ojxnied "With. 1 . J'
a Celebration. I
RIVERSIDE. Cal., March 12. Ths I J
Salt Lako road was opened to RIvoralda ' 1
today with a special excursion and a '
local celebration. A special train from '
Loo Angeles and Pomona, bearing mom- I
bors of tho chamber of commeroo as ' 1
guests of Riverside, arrived at 11:80 this: J
morning1. The train passed under a trl- !
umphal arch and through floral gates, H
which wera swung open by two little
girls as tho train approached. I
From a stand which had been erected
north of tho new passenger station, 1
Mayor C. L. McForland ofllclally wel- (
corned tho railroad to tho city. Re- f
sponae was made on behalf of the roll- S
road by T. E. Gibbon, second vice-
presIdenL and on behalf of the Lo '
Angeles chamber of commerce by H. S,
MaKeo, presIdenL Hon. Oscar Lawtor j j
spoke for Los Ansreles. j 1
J. Rosa Clark, first vice-president of
the road, spoke of tho pleasure of th , 1
official a of the rood at having this im ; '
portant section of their Bystem com- "
pleted. The speaking was closed by '
Bishop Conaty of Los Angeles, This f i
afternoon the fjueBts of the city wore ft -
'entertained by a programme of sports
and special exercises at tho Sherman (1
Indian Institute. jt
With tho openlnjr of tho lino today , Jt
and the inauguration of the train s
schedulo tomorrow the Salt Lake route ft .
now has 104 miles of track in opera
tion in California, which 1b as follows:
The old Terminal road, Pasadena to 4 1
east San Pedro, 37 miles; Los Angeles
to Verdugo park, nine milts; Los An- f;'
geles to Rlversldo, 63 miles. The new ' ;
line thrown open today Is a contlnua- j
tlon of the main lino east from Ontario !
to Riverside. 1 .
Regarding the ownership of tho San a " j
Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake, the 1 '
Railway Age says: I i
"The report that E). H. Harrlman 1 j "
holds a controlling interest In this ' r ; ' 1
road Is denied, and It Ib officially p! j
stated that neither Mr, Harrlman nor f'J
the Union Pacific system holds any m 'M
of tho San Pedro stock, but the Union ' it. j
Pacific received $14,000,000 In bonds In 111
exchange for the Oregon Short Line f '
extension from Salt Lake aouth, solj 1 f (. ,
to the San Pedro company. It is
further declared that the new road will t
be In operation from Salt Lako to Los I )
Angeleu by Christmas day." j f ; 1
Railroad Note. - '! i ! I
P. M. MacGregor of the chief clerk'! Ik ' "I
offlco in the freight department of th I
Oregon Short Line left tho city yester- ' K
day for tho East. J Jf, tM
Elk Horn Whiskoy Nino Years Old. ' ' I
For $3.40 we ship In plain boxes to any 1 H H
point on the railroad in Utah, Idaho fl
and Wyoming, cxpreaB prepaid, four
full quarts of tho above well-known ;
brnnd. a fine old mellow whiskey, guar- ilM
antcod to give satisfaction. , J ; gH
Remit either by money order or lM
bank exchange. For reference, any ex- s -H
press company or National Bank of the , !
RcpubUc. C. H. REILLY, 1 f ' jM
Elk Liquor Co., Cor. State and 1st So. , !UH
Sts.. Salt Lake City. Utah. L j iH
Remember the Crystal Cafe opens f iijfujl
Monday, March 14th, 239 South Main. IVM