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PAIiT XAIQD XJEODBTOCT; STOTPAY MOKISXN'Gr, OTjKB 5, 104:. 1 & i
-JM r0R SALE REAL ESTATE.
It20X20 RODS ON 13TH EAST. NEAR 7TH
.WSoiLth. lor only $2500; flno view; a groat
uSsfoajkalP. Ownar. 5C E. Second South.
Ie- rw50DS0P" PRO NT A GB ON 11TH
rfeast, near Third South; only $1309. Owner,
ftJjQtpd B. Second South.
vSti 4 CORNER LOTS TO PARTY WHO
will build; easy terms. Hallcn, 1420 S.
West Temple; West Temple street car.
ri ,i xzo5
it WE ARE IN THE .BUSINESS.
iSfc ia-rm. frame. $550.
" 'Ht f 4-rm. new frame, JloOO.
;'fc3-rm. frame, line orchard, $9v0.
7X71 4-rm. brick, orchard. S2C00.
1 5-rm! frame. 4 lots. J23CO.
H$E-rm. brk. mod., $2300.
$ 6-rm. mod., close in, JboOO.
V0i $ 5 acres flno land west side, $200.
'$ D, 10 or 15 acres in lucern, closo In, $200
lCSi ;t 6 acres In wheat, on car line, $300 aero.
-tlO-acro chicken ranch, 3-rm. house,
fllio'arn, well, all fenced, $1000 takes It. half
Nowb!Is thTtimo to buy. Why? Stop
WTHBGa RICHTER CO.. R 4, 131 Main
TSfSt. over the Bon Ton theater.
Tl P. S.'-Bc suro of that address. x377
Wf H. J. M'GOWN CO., 131 So. Main.
T-& $1350, 5-room frame, very neat, W. Bide.
o.0ljtn J1W0. 4-room brick. 3 blks. o. of Cy. &.
slWiCo. Bldg. A dupllcato to above, savo lo-
'Wcatlon. same price.
TTT-H 51600, 5-room brick, fino location.
5 FQ J2500, 6-room mod. brick. See thl3.
$2600. 6-room mod brick, N, E.
$3200 7-room mod. frame, N E.
53650, 6-room mod., Gth East and 3rd So.
rOn! From $175 to $250 a lot near now O. 8. L.
Wsr SEE THIS Pino house on Cor. York
TrSfand Cth E., elegant piece of property;
'MmT H. J. McGown Co., 131 S. Main, ovoc Bon
WTon Theater. x37C
i-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
xrell, barn. 37 Fulmer ave, cor 7th W.
SMALL RANCH I
"NvFor quick sale wo can offer you
CvJk' ' finest Httlo ranch In Bountiful.
-LfPIB r103'8'3 oC acres; 15 acres in
SwwJUcerno, 14 acres In grain and 2
jtJ&JjMiOTte in fruit All nicely fenced, w
4FPotatoes and other vegetables fast
, '.Wfi'f' ncaxing maturity. 6-rm. br. and fr.
' S jI dwelling. Fine barn and hay sheds,
J5y fully equipped with all hay tools.
Yfifff All kinds o water, 2 horses, 1 cow,
lli'vi' hogn, chickens, and all farming lm
i plements go -with the place. If not
A pold within next thirty days will bo
jpfiT ; taken off tho market for this year.
S Buy now and take advantago of y
J." i growing crops. All cash not ncces
tTi. ary. HOUSTON REAL ESTATE
1WEST SIDE SNAP I
2x110 feet, corner closo lnon
west side. 4-rm. dwelling rents
for $10 por mb. Very choice Invest
ment for the money, with plenty .
room for building. Terms if do
HOUSTONS THE HOUSERS.
151 Main. x375
19 Weat 1st South,
E" new 5-room mod. cottages, corner J
nd 6th sts. Go and see them. Will sell
lom cheap and on easy terms.
It must be Jtold, 9-room mod. 2-story
.Siftorlck residence on 3rd st The house Is
ll?t3jflnlshed throughout in hard oil. Has bath,
afetc,. gas for cpoklng, furnaco, stationary
JSjlaundry tuba. Tho brick barn on tho lot
i Siwould cost at least ?12CO to build. Tho lot
axJOjrodB and tho prico only $4200.
Ar c elegant lots on Cth st. from $575 to $700.
irirYLct mo talk to you about them.
DtVl On Stato st , near Sth South a G-room
iqimod. .brick cottage, lot 3x10 rods, and a
TTTTsnap at $3250.
VjTOt $375. 2 acres of good land on 2nd West,
Jbet. 12th and 13th So.
vr(J- G acres and an S-room modern residence
JXon 3rd East, a beautiful suburban homo
Yy& 6C7.Clh sL. a good and substantial mod.
nv3brlck cottage, Jot 2&xl0 rods, very easy
A3j 7th West and 2nd South, 35x140 foot to
S7j3alley and new 3-room mod. brick cottage,
ar5must be sold at once. Prlco reduced to
rirrrA. Rlchtcr. 10 West 1st South st., Tel.
y SPECIAL. 0-ROOM MOD. RESI
TTjJU donee on a corner on 2nd st., tho lot Im-
t "Proved with lawn. Beautiful shade nil
x around the corner. The house In tip top
rrepairg, has bath, hot and cold vrater, gas
.Vgi-and furnace. A barn on the premises
ig?vorth $1500 (room for several carriages
rraand four horses, olectric lights and water
flln'barn) Surel a bargain at $5200
3JJ A Rltcher, ID Weat 1st South St., Tel Gil.
JTUTTLE BROS., 149 MAIN STREET.
;(jHu8 It occurred to you that aa this city
rrfjigrows larger which It Is doing nt a rapid
flamc) prices of property will Increase ac-w-jgfcordiiigly7
You aro therefore losing
-rjj3njoney all tho time, as you muat have a
p'ihomc som time- The longer you wait the
ii?Inore you pay of further out you go. Buy
-r3jiow; we can make terms of payment easy
31 w"nted. Wo repr6scnt (excluslvelv)
J-tover $1,500,00'3 worth of non-resident-owned
Talt Lako City property, and can mako
al l,r,,CC8 a"d terms to suit. Wc really can't
ISZ advertise our list; too much of It. You
nust call and tell us what you arc -want-Ing.
Hero aro a few gcrod buys. If not
JprM vnat vou aro looking for. call. Call nny
1 i 5fa' 'o've got tho cood3.
i. :Tl027 Brlgham, 5CVixl65, 5-r. ho., $1200.
otrIC S!!3 SU, 5-rra. mod. bk.. fine, $3300.
ST 1 86 N St., U: bk. cot,, $1100.
x4i&62-9.3 .(tb E., (3 cota. $22.50 rent), $2CO0.
.;343 Sherman St., S-r ho., 50x122, $1500.
r" Lth So- 6x:o r0(ls (oheap). $2000,
?'tv V S? 5th aVft" ,lne 5-r- bk. cot., $17.
' .TMS1"0 moU- 8"r- bk-. 3a St. (furnaco), $4200.
jltfSSO F St., 5-r. bk. cot.. $1500.
JrSm-tA1'.00"' 3-r- and barn- Vz aero. $950.
Jit-fi!E9 W 12th S.. 5 acres land. SS50.
"JOrMvJi? st- mod- s'r- COxllO, $1000.
. Ketatt . V RC. mod- 6-r- Pressed bk. homo with
xSiYtc-on p St- A great sacrifice, for
Jniy (valued at $4000) Must sell at
wTlWi e You notice we describe loca
, & lo of our properties. We know them to
)B cheap, and are not alarmed at com-
-, wrlson. Look at them. Call and talk
rjl em over. Wc are doing business right
u i'ons. Our clients arc making money
, jiTuttlo Broa,, 14D Main St. x370
li $ -ROOM MODERN BRICK ON 2ND
e iVi it; south front; lot SVfcxlO rods; very easy
I "':- A. RICHTER J
j.Tb 1 10 ,W. First South sL
t 4X120 FEET, FACING EAST
rtol on D St., between South Templo
" J and Flrat Sts., $3330.
t. Wxl20 ft. ami alley In rear; faces
-rjjjl ? eaot on D St. ; Boulh of 1st St., $3450.
Rtiti1 "0x120 ft. and driveway, on corner
p t) a of 1st and D Sts facing east and
55 J . north, $3750.
XtTt i-.i'oom cottage, west on 2nd So.
4 i St... 50x110 and alley In rear; coops,
JzA "beds, etc.; faces south; $1500;
' CPA- 6-r9on cottage, .southeast, In good
- repa,r' la,'8 lot, for $1800; tho boat
jff buy in the city.
nfiSMI ,p-room modern brick house In
Vnl4f choice locntloo. 5x5 rods, corner,
iiPf Mr ground worth $2000; house could not
ho built for $KO0. This property can
MOP?! ,sold for scw- an" owner will
,ioclt"?S,i iJj'00"1,. niodem brick cottage;
m"m ffi,.tolkl- elcc- "Shia. close in
jvjjfc J2WW; terms.
aflTTV?-' i '"rom modern brick house, good
jnd SJ ISSmh"' J20K); ?2C CaSh' bri5, 520 per
3 building lots, went aide. $2CO, or
a ROOIi. exchange for acreage.
rrn. rTOHo.m,.TU3t & Savings Co.. G-S-10
-ta' LWestlst South St. x260
imTRAEl' A.CRKS WITH BRICK
'11s BBSt' orchard. barn. Btablo, plggerloa.
C0P3, etc. cheap or cash, near
i2Wders park. Address N 24. Tribune.
.HOUSTUN ILEAL ESTATE 1JNVI2ST
Rcal otato and Joan brokcro.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
THESE ARE BARGAINS.
A neat 5-room, extra well built cottage,
near 9th E. and 8lh So., cellar, city water,
nlco fruit and shade trees, lawn, etc, and
2AxlO-rod lot, all for $1S00. $500 cash, bal.
$15 por month.
5-room brick cottage, near 7th and D
sts., lurgo basement, city water, elect,
llrt, 39'.xll5V ft, lot, alleyway extra, $1750.
4-room nearly new brick cottage, Sth
So.. 3rd E.. bath, elect Its., otc, good
sized lot, $1750.
G-room house, with a 2xl0-rod lot alley
way extra, on 4th So., near 2nd East
$2500; lot alono Is worth the price.
214x10 on M, near Brlgham, $10)0.
3 lots, corner, 11th So., near 5th E., city
water, $350, worth double.
7-room modern brick, bath, toilet, eleot
Its., etc.. south front lot, northeast, $2C50;
a bargain; ownor leaving Stato and will
2&xl0 on 13th E., near 3rd So., flno view,
city water and carllne, $750.
2x10 on University at., same locality,
11th So. and lh E., 50x130 ft. to alley
way, $350; city water, cement walks and
carllne; fine view.
2x10 on Cth E., near 3rd So., $1E00.
20x20 on East bench for $2600, a great
bargain; will spilt Into 24 lots and sell for
Cut this out and see me; it appears but
once. O. F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. x3Sl
A GOOD 6-ROOM MOD. HOME, COM
pletoly furnished, for $3300. It rents for
$35. It has hall, por. bath, toilet, e. 1. and
gaa, and Is located near 9th E. and 1st So.
On 2nd st, an S-room mod. home, almost
now, for $1200. It Is very artlstlo and of
tho very latest style of architecture, and
contains por. bath, toilet, lavatory, c. 1.,
furnace, good mantel, front and back
About 3 blocks east of our office a now
8-room mod. pressed brick, good-sized
rooms, por. bath, tollot, lavatory, furnace,
aower, e. 1., natural wood finish, 3 man
tels, laundry with por. tubs, vegetable
cellar, etc, $0500.
2xl0 on Cth E., near'3rd So.. $1550.
On 1st bU, a 6-room mod, pressed brick,
bath, toilet, sower, o. 1 gas, etc, 3x10
lot. This place can't bo beat; easy terms,
3x7 on E. 2nd So., ?100.
Near So. Templo and Sth W,. 3xl0 and
a 7-room modern homo for S2C50.
C-room, nearly new, pressed brick, por.
bath, toilet, c 1., fino cellar, beat eeotlon,
cor. lot, N. and E. front. $2750.
Littlo & Littlo, No. 4 W. 2nd So. x3S5
Wo have S choice 5 to 7
room modern cottages in
good locations on east sldo
that must go at once Own
ers must sell, houses arc va
cant, and wo will make price
and terms that will suit.
For bargains see us.
A. McKellar & Co., 03 W.
2nd So. x3SG
" WEIR, 36 W. 2ND SOUTH.
$C500 Now 9-room brick, furnaco, laun
dry, bath, toilet, wired for e. 1-,
largo hall, front and back stairway,
sower connection, cement walks, 2nd
E., near 1st South.
$2250 New 6-room brick. 4th E.
$2250 Mod. 4-room brick, 7th S., near W.
$2500 5-room brick, largo lot, 3 blocks
from new P. O.
$3000 C-room brick cottage, bath, cor. lot,
$ 900 Irroom brick near R. G. W. depot.
$1100 5-room frame, near Cth S. and Sth E.
$2500 5-room cottage (new), bath, toilet,
c. 1.. large lot, Gth E.
$ 30034x105 ft.. 9th S.. near 4th E.
S 750 11UX1C5 ft, Gth, near E.
510X1 11x140 ft., fino corner, near McCune
A fino piece of business property, 1st
South, near Main, at n bargain.
MTclr, 36 W. 2nd South. x3S7
I YOU WANT ONE OF THESE I
A nice G-r. mod. framo house. N.. S5 M
st. lawn, shade and range, lot 2V3XIO rods,
7-r. new mod. r. p. b., lot 3x3 rods, nlco
shade, on Sth E. and 7th S., 13C50.
4-r. mod. r. p. b. on E. 5th South, lot
33x130, new. ?2100.
4-r. adobe, nice shade, lot 2x10, 9th So.,
near 4th E., $1000.
4- r. framo, new, fino flow well, lot 50x120,
3rd E. and 11th S., $1250; $100 cash, bal. $15
12 acres, all In frulta and berries, with 5
r. b. house, good barn, plenty of water,
S. E., 5-10O0.
5- a. chicken ranch, with a good 6-r. b,
house, on west side, $1850.
Rege Realty Co.. F. K. Powoll, Mgr., S
W. 2nd South, rooms 16 and 17. 'Phone
HARRINGTON & COURTNEY.
5 acres, especially adapted for chicken,
trout and fruit farm, a 2-room framo
house, V2 acres in strawberries, raspber
ries, small orchard, water right for 10
acres, on 11th East st.. $2000.
6 acrco on East bench, good water right,
all good land, barn and orchard, no house,
This Is the making of a dandy chlckon
This 13 also a snap. 5 acres In the city
on East side, now In luccrno. city water
on street In front; will mako 60 lots, $1750.
New ij-room adobe-lined framo, modern,
lot 50x157 to alley, stable, buggy shed, all
Fine now red p. brick residence, 7 rooms,
completely modern, 3xl0-rod lot, south
front, very desirable location on East
S-room modern, in fine shape, lot 2x10,
North bench, $2750.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd
DO YOU WANT AN ELEGANT HOME
away from tho bustle and nolno of tho
city? We have- It, an elegant eleven-room
brick, everything modern, bath, mantcla,
hot and cold water, electric lights, seven
acres of ground, all In fruit trees and
lnwn, together with a Ush pond slocked
with trout; street cars pass tho house
every fifteen minutes; twenty minutes
rldo from tho center of the city; If you
would enjoy a quiet but a luxurious homo
take a look at thin.
A new two-story white pressed brick,
everything modern, everything new,
southeast part of town, $-1500.
An elegant building site, 10th and J
streets, city water, closo to street cars, an
unexcelled view, $600.
A summer home and a farm combined,
10 acres of ground, all under cultivation,
modern seven-room brick house, good cel
lars, barns, chicken coop3, etc., Jflno or
chard, lays close to Big Cottonwood creek,
For party with $200 wo have a piece of
property close to R. G. W shops that will
pay IS per cent Interest In investment
One-ncro chicken ranch, 4-room house,
city water, $-100.
Two acres In the city of Murray, with
good house and barn, $2250. $1000 cash.
3x10 trackage. onc-ha.!f block from new
union depot, $C0GO.
Homer & Robertson, Investment
Agents, under Dcseret bank, cor. 1st So.
and Main. x514
3 ACRES ALFALFA. FINE STAND,
close in. 503 Atlas blk. x455
On I St., 7x10 rods and house, $1800.
Now 4-room brick, worth $1700. $1450.
Fourth East 55-foot lots, $100 each.
2nd st . choice 4 rods, so front, $1600.
I St., 4-room house, 2Vxl0, $I3V).
E. 2nd So.. 2xl0. 7-room house, $2750.
So. e Bnap, new C-r. mod. br., close in.
cement eldowalk to city, only $2030.
90 feet on 4th East car. only $10 foot.
5x30-rod snap. 6th Eaat. 7th So., $1500.
Realty Co., C6 W. 2nd So. 'Phono 7G0.
S. B. WESTEKFIELD. GS-C9 COM'L
blk. Houses, "4 buaineao property.
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FOE, SALE REAL ESTATE.
WIN $50.00 AS EASY
AS ROLLING, OFF
Gel particulars about tho great word
making contost, with ovor $a0.00ln gold
coin as prizes, offered to boys and girls
by "Tho Reavls Syntcm," 33-34 Main st
Do it today.
HOUSES BUILT ON A DAY'S
NOTICE WITHOUT ANY
DclayB aro dangerously vexatious and
"When you want to build a home, you
don't want wait and worr
Some men have died while they wero
wultlng for tho fulfillment of their hopes
of owning a homo, while others havo lost
heart ana given up, the Idea.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" la tho only
homo-provldlng concern that builds homes
on a day's notice, without any cash down,
for thoso who own the.lr own building lot
Under "THE REAVIS SYSTEM" you
do not pay a dollar until you move Into
the house, and then the monthly pay
ments are often lcs3 than rent.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" charges tho
lowest rate of Interest of any large home
bulldlng concern, and by a system of par
tial payments tho Interest Is actually re
duced to about I per cent on tho term of
tho building loan
Under "THE REAVIS SY8TEM" you
pay no initiation fee, you buy no stock,
you incur no exponao for examining your
You avoid tho oxponso of plans and
specifications, as these are furnished free.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" employs con
stantly over 100 men, Including 3 compe
tent superintendents of construction and
a corps of mechanical draughtsmen. Thus,
the cost of production In labor Is reduced
to the minimum, and tho home-buyer gets
'THE REAVIS SYSTEM" buys more
brick, stone, lumber and hardware than
a dozen small contractors, and the saving
on material Is reflected In the low prices
charged by "THE REAVIS SYSTEM"
for well-built houses.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" hns outdis
tanced all competitors by setting prices
below all one-housc-at-a-tlme contractors,
and you should' ace 100 letters on file at
our office, expressing tho satlnfactlon
homo-owners have enjoyed In dealing with
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM."
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" does business
llko a bank, on business principles, offer
ing to Improve your vacant ground with
Income-providing Improvements. and
agreeing to ta.ko the rents In full satisfac
tion of the building loan.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" advocatos
homc-ownipg as against rent-paying, and
argues that vacant land should bo im
proved, so as to pay tho taxes and other
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" can show
you that it costs you nearly $100 a month
in lntorest. taxes and loss of Income, to
carry $10,000 worth of vacant land. That
these tremendous and never-ceasing fixed
oharges double tho cost of vacant land
every 6 years and go a long way toward
Impoverishing tho holders thereof.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" asks overy
holder of vacant land, whothcr It bo resi
dence or business property, to Btop and
think how wise It would be to Investigate
the offer wo make to lmprovo tho land
and tako tho rents for our pay. Ordinar
ily, the rents will pay for the buildings In
6 or 6 years, and thus tho Improvements
pay for themselves.
Don't hesitate, but Investigate "THE
It may be tho turning point In your for
tune, for If wo could only convince all of
the hundreds who are carrying vacant,
money-devouring land of tho wisdom of
accepting our offer, wo could then havo
the satisfaction of rcllovlng the burdens
of a small army of vacant-land-loaded-tax-burdenod
DO TODAY' WHAT YOU HAVE IN
TENDED TO DO, but have neglected to
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM."
GROUND FLOOR SECURITY TRUST
32-34 MAIN ST. "THE Z. C. M. I. IS
10 LOTS AND S-ROOM COTTAGE,
chicken bouse and chickens. Inqulro 419
D. F. Walker bldg. x252
THE LATEST SHEET MUSIC,
"Whore to Buy Real Estate." will be
sung nt Saltalr on Real Estate day, dic
tated by Rego Realty Co.
5- r. b.. bath, pantry, cellar and c, lot
3x10, nlco shade, lawn and fruit. $2500.
C-r. p. b. mod.. E. 5th So., $2400.
4-r. r. p b., mod.. Lincoln ave., $1800.
3- r. r. p. b., pantry and c, 3rd West
and 4th N., $1400.
4- r. frame. Marshall st, $1250.
8-r. p b.. mod., U and 1st sts., $2750.
Two 5 and 4-r. mod., on Lincoln ave.;
good terms, and the price Is all O. K.
Yours for business. Rege Realty Co.,
J. P. Mahan, Salesman. 8 W. 2nd So.,
Rooms 16 and 17. 'Phono 16C5-k. xllO
A SNAP 6-ROOM BRICK, 3x10 RODS,
sewer, 743 E. 1st South st; $4000.
Large brick house, lawn, trees. 6x10
rods, 145 S. Gth East St., for salo at a bar
gain. George Saxton, under Dcseret Bank.
6- RM MOD. BK.. LOT 2X5 RODS. $3100;
JSCO cash, bal. $25 month. Owner, 1112 E.
2nd So. v2550
WE SELL "itEAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttle Bros.. 149 Main; rod ball signs.
6-ROOM HOUSE, 2x10 WITH RIGHT
of way, on 4th South, half-block cat of
county building; sewer In street; $2500; lot
alone worth the price.
O. F. Pctorson. 53 W, 2nd So. w2996
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans. Correspondence solicited. 112 W.
2nd South st.
SPLENDID VIEW LOTS ON WEN
dell ave., cast of 11th East and south of
2nd South, at one-third less than neigh
boring values. Ownor, 66 E. 2nd South.
25 YEARS ABSTRACTING 25 YEARS!
We have mado abstracting a life's
study. Save time by coming to our reo
ords instead of wasting it going to tho
city and county building. They aro abso
lutely correct and up-to-date. We are al
ways at your hoi-vico. Homer Abstract
Oo. Main and First South (under Dcseret
SPECIAL 7-ROOM MOD. FRAME,
adobo lined, 4th st $2300; very neat; snap.
H. G. McGown Co., room 3. 131 So. Main,
over Bon Ton thcator. w3lS
RANCHES, FARMS, ACREAGE; BIG
llet of our real estate paper freo at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
LANDS FROM 1 TO 1000 ACRES.
Writo us stating where wanted and wo
will send list of property for salo in that
locality. Williams Bros, Murray, Utah,
box 327. 'Phone 155-Y. w!73t
Bee GODDAItD, under Walker's Bank.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
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FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FINE FARM NEAR CITY.
10 acres choicest land In bearing or
chard, lucerne and grain, 6-r. brick cot
tage, barn with capacity for 13 tons of
hay, large cold springs year round, Just
tho place for a chicken ranch, trout pond3
and dairy, near Forest Dale; $-1000 well
spent If you buy.
Railroad men I
1 have Just tho Jots you havo boon look
ing for near R, G. W. depot. Tho price at
which I can sell will astonish the most
scrutinizing buyer. Think, only $325 for
40x137 to alley, with paved walks nearly
2 lots on J st, close In, $900 each, so.
Edward M. Ashton, No. 001-3 News bldg.
. ONE OF THE FINEST CORNERS ON
1st South, 6 rods frontage, cheap; must
Hubbard Invt. Co., 78 W. 2nd So. X2453
Building up rapidly, .several houses now
under way to cost $1S00 lo $3000 each;
street car, city water, high ground, close
in, $175 to $250 per lot, terms to suit. No
house to be built costing less than $1000.
Hubbard Invest Co., 7S W. 2nd South.
Fifth East, opposlto Liberty park, the
choicest property In this section of the
city, Just platted, prices very low, Induce
ments to build, no house to cost less than
$1500; shodo trees all set, JS000 house now
under construction. Waterloo car passes
"Lyndnlo" on 4th East Every one knows
tho moat reasonable terms can be had
Hubbard Inv't Co., 7S W. 2nd South. xl59
TWO-STORY, EIGHT ROOMS, FINE
corner lot, 45 feet front, fino shndc, ce
ment sidewalks, two car lines, cast side,
easy terms. Call at 756 E. 3rd So. x47S
Neat new brick.
North bench, with
Nice lot, $1250.
Cosy l-room mod.
Brk. cottage, E. 2nd So.
St, $2350. ,
A mod. brick,
4 rooms, on 1st West,
Torms on all.
Under Walkor's bank, , xlSl
$1050 FOR LOT, '
5x20 rods and
4-room houao (old).
Lot has 5 rods
Frontage on 2 strecM
Uocated 3 blocks duo
North of the Temple,
4 blocks from tho
New O. S. L. shop3.
You say this Is too
Cheap to bo good.
Wo say it will pay
You to Investigate.
Under Walkor's bank. . xlS2
ON EASY TEAMS. 10-ROOM HOUSE,
reception hall and bath, furnaco, elcc
light and gas, sewer connection, new and
modern, Just 2 blks. E. of Main. Address
owner, N 33, Tribune. x4Si
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7, AT 10:30 A. M .
No. 577 East Fourth South st. Fino lot of
household goods, consisting of mahogany
parlor sots, parlor rockera and Btands.
velvet and Brussels carpets, stair carpet,
hall tree, flno sideboard, cost $65, dining
tablo and chairs, pictures and portieres,
fine brns3 beds, maple dressers and
BtandB, chllds' Iron bed, brasa trimmed,
porcelain lined refrigerator, cost $55, steel
range, cost $65, linoleum, good china din
ner set, glassware, cooking utensils, tri
cycle, wagon, etc, etc , all as good as new.
ALSO ON WEDNESDAY,
Juno S, at 10:30 a. m. No. 1 Capitol avenue,
take Murray car on Stato st, between 10th
and 11th South, fino lot high grade goods,
parlor rockors, ono cost $50, willow rock
er, rosewood tible, quarter-sawed onk
writing desk, oak book shelves, with glass
doors, tabouret, fino carpots and largo
rugs, couch, French clock, brass bed, cost
$50, brass trimmed beds, and hair mat
tresses, sowing machine, tables and chairs,
Ice box, linoleum, 2 hot blast stoves, hall
and stair carpet, oak dressers and chif
foniers, fino saddle, garden hose, cooking
utensils, etc., etct. K. A. ANDREWS,
NEW FURNITURE EXCHANGED
for second-hand goods. E. W. Washburn
Furn. Co., 25 W. lat So. at Tel. 2021-Y
FURNITURE OP 5 RESIDENCES
will bo sold at their original price, con
sisting of fine bedroom suits. Iron and
brass beds, carpots, ranges of standard
mako, carpets, drop head sowing ma
chines, lcathor couches, and overythlng
for comploto housekeeping. Those goods
aro almost new. Cash or credit No
braska Furniture Co.. 62 E 2nd So.
BETWEEN 3RD E. AND 4TH W-. ON
7th So., a lady's silver watch. Return 2CS
E. 7th So.; reward. x41G
75-FT. TAPELINE; RETURN TO 265
E. 7th So.; $2.50 reward. xlSO
CARD CASE CONTAINING TWO
stickpins; liberal reward. J. U. Slegel, 152
So. West Temple.
SMALL BLACK MEMO. BOOK. NAME
J. E. Malln, Jr., In bopkN Liberal reward;
563 S. Sth East. x360
LADY'S SILK UMBRELLA, PEARL
handle, at Kolth-O'Brlen fltore, or on Wa
terloo car, Friday, May 27. Return 657
South 4th East. Reward. x245
DRIVING WEDNESDAY FROM 1ST
So. and 9th East to 6th South and Gth
East, a leather hand bag containing small
purse and eIx dollars. Finder keep tho
money, return bag to F. E. McGurrln, 32
South Main. x256
$10 IN BILLS IN WALKER BROS. OR
Davis shoe store. Finder return to C69 W
1st South. Liberal reward. x25(r
BIG BAY. RAW-BONE PACER; WIRE
cut on foot Return to 175 A st; reward.
LADY'S TURQUOISE BLUE CHATE
lalno wntch. on north aldo First So. st.,
between West Templo and First West
st. Reward if returned to Tribune. x53
A LADY'S GOLD WATCH. INITIALS
E. M. P. on case; lost In city May 2S.
Reward. Address E Porter, CentervlUe,
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshell, sales agent. No. 221 Main at.
Expert cash register repairing. Second
hand registers always In stock. nlSSO
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorrenson-Sloutt Co , 4S E. 2d So.
GO.OD, WELL-LOCATED PROPERTY
in fino settlement In southern California
for Salt Lake City property. For particu
lars write G. W. Donley, Escondldo, Cul.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
WE HAVE A FEW HIGH-GRADE
organs, slightly used, which we will Bell
at sacrlfico prices. Wo must mako room
for new goods, now en route from factory.
Call early, us theso will not last long.
Pay by tho month if you prefer. Vansant
Si Cluunbcrlain, 51-53 Main. x!72
BAKERY AND STORE. WITH LEASE,
doing good business; also good wagon
trade. Address N 32, Tribune, x470
LARGE ' PORCELAIN-LINED RE
frlgerator. Inquire 62 E. 3rd South. x50S
FRESH COWS, OR TRADE FOR FAT.
Amos, Cth North and 12th West. x512
ROOMING-HOUSE OI? S ROOMS,
nicely furnished, close In; owner leaving
the city; a snap at $CC0. Rogo Realty Co.,
8 W. 2nd So., Roomn 16 and 17. 'Phone
FURNITURE AND LEASE OF THIR-ty-elght
elegant, furnished rooms, very
cheap, on easy payments; a snap If deal
can be made quick. Inquire 1. X. L.
Furniture & Carpet Installment House
1 ONE-HORSE AND 1 TWO-HORSE
express wagon for sale, cheap,, on easy
payments. Inquire I X. L. Furniture &
Carpet Installment House, 1 x500
A LUMBER WAGON AND A DELIV
ery wagon, handy fpr a bakery, laundry,
grocery or cleaning establishment Sec It
at 471 South 2nd Enst. x!43
SINGLE BUGGY. AT 433 E. 2ND SO.
See It and make mo offer; 3cll cheap.
O F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. x445
YOUNG. FRESH MILCH COW, OR
trade for horse. 1331 E Gth So, x449
STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! I AM LEAV
lrig cltv and will iell my home, 7-room
.mod., cheap for cash. 861 W. 2nd N. x429
ROOMING-HOUSE, 18 ROOMS. $1100;
pay $0)0 cash and the place Is yours. Add.
N 23. Tribune. xl37
ROOMING-HOUSE. 12 ROOMS GIVE
mo $400. tako possession tomorrow. Add.
N 29, Trlbuno.
POSSESSION GIVEN. 6-ROOM MOD
ern houso, by buying furnlturo; rent
choap. 51 So. 1st West st, Whltmoro ter
race. ' xl40
GOOD PAYING ' 1 RESTAURANT,
cheap. Call 53 Commercial st. xl31
FURNITURE OF 5-ROOM FLAT,
closo In; bargain. Call mornings, 171 So.
Srd E. X103
CHICKEN RANCH FOR SALE
cheap, or for rent. Box 400, route 5, Tay
lorsvlllc, Utah. x2S
C000 SHARES PAYMASTER MUs'ING
company stock. Address M 42, Tribune.
STACK OF HAY", FIRST CROP. W. T.
Fenton, roar 4S3 S. 4th West w25S5
NO. 1 FOUNDATION ROCK AT 575 SO.
7th West w2572
OAK PIANOLA. SLIGHTLY USED,
$125; Clayton Music Co., 109 Main St. w2515
BICYCLE WHEEL BUGGY; GOOD
condition; very cheap. 122 E. 4th So.
FURNITURE OF 4-ROOM COTTAGE;
closo In. 319 S West Temple. W1C54
A FINE BUSINESS PLACE, HAY
ranch, cattle and range. For partlculara
apply to H. McCain. Hall""!:. New u77S
COMPLETE RIDING OR DRIVING
outfit, horso. new top buggy, harness,
saddlo, blankets, etc. Room 311 Tcmple
ton Bldg. W2S1G
3 UPRIGHT PIANOS, 2 IN PERFECT
condition, all very cheap, or will rent. The
Stringer Co., 70 W. 2nd So. w2653
NUMBEl( OF GOOD DRIVING
horses. D. A. Hanson, 216 E. First South.
SODA FOUNTAIN; GOOD AS NEW;
cost $550, for $40. Address I 9. Tribune.
1 BAY HORSE; DRIVE SINGLE OR
double; weight 1200 pounds, good work
horse. 966 W. Second South. xllO
FURNITURE OF THREE OR FOUR
rooms. 741 S. Third East x423
A LADY'S WHEEL: GOOD AS NEW;
cheap. 163 N. First West x422
2-STORY, 8-R. PR. BR. HOUSE, 3 R.
In attic; hot water; furnace; basement,
cement floor; barn and shed; chicken
house; vard; lawn; cement walks; fruit
and shado trees; 100x150 ft; beautiful homo
for one-half real value. Como and see;
91S Logan ave. x40o
GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET, $100
Grocory. line location, S1200.
Confectionery, fino, 3900.
Fruit and cigar stand. "$G00.
Photograph gallery, $500.
Photo, gallery, one of tho finest In the
country, best location, first-class In cvory
Boarding-house, a money-maker. Don't
overlook this. .
Hotol. ono of tho best doing fino busi
ness. Y'ou will not got a chanco llko this
again. Investigate. It will please you.
Rooming-houses. If you want to get
Into a paying business on n little capital,
we have one for $SS0, up to ono for $7500.
Listen. Wo do not haudlo anything but
first-class places. Wc will be pleased to
show you some of them. Wo can mako
easy terms on all.
THE G. C. RICHTER Co.. R. 4. No. 131
Main, over Bon Ton Theater. v
P. S Bo sure of that address. x37S
NEW DROP-HEAD SINGER SEWING
machine, $30. Waterman, 112 W 2nd So.
NEARLY NEW REMINGTON PAT
tern typewriter, $15; 15 W. 1st Scf. x347
v GOOD COMPUTING SCALES AND
showcases, cheap; 431 W. lth South. x392
FINE, LARGE, GENTLE HORSE AND
Stanhope phaeton, ono of the most stylish
outfits In town, u bargain. Inquire Rob
erts Bros., East Sldo tables. x39?
PERSONAL-10 CENTS PAYS FOR
our charming family story paper. Ono
year on trial. Add. Evening Visitor, B,
511, Avon, N. Y. x319
$100 WILL BUY FURNITURE OF B
rooms; 7-room houso for rent; 376 W.
North Temple. x359
ONE IHGH-GRADE TOP BUGGY;
one single harness. Inqulro rear of 357
East 3rd South. x273
SHOP RIGHTS FOR MAKING BEST
and cheapest gun or blasting, smokeless
powder In the world, 1(f) per cent profit;
enn bo made in any kitchen. Writo or
add. C. R. Boyce, 232 E.'4th So. x253
OR TRADE. Al RUNABOUT, CHEAP.
Call 167 2nd at., 'Phono 1244-Y. xlS2
FINE HIGH-GRADE PIANO. MUST
bo sold at once, a snap. 37 S. 1st West.
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, $100.00;
great bargain. Clayton Music Co., 109
Main st. xlSS
S2-ROOM MODERN ROOMING
houso, best location In city. Address P
O. box 19. w733
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Bring us your pictures for framing. Riv
ers Bros., 14) Main street. t763
1IOR3ES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
ntables, 129 W. 60. Temple. all03
BICYCLES, $5 AND UP, MEREDITH.
151 80. V. Temple, t25Si
A NATIONTL CASH REGISTER ON
easy payments. P. O. Box 9S2, wll32
22-ROOM HOTEL, NEWLY FUR
nlshed, with first-class restaurant, for
sale; failing health reason for selling. In
quire Qranstrom's Cafe andfOystdr nouao.
Baker City, On. wll39
PARTNER WITH $500 FOR WORLD'S
fair proposition; samo at Chicago fair,
1903; receipts exceeded '$10,000. L. E. II..
DIG Stato. xl62
WIN $100 FROM SLOT MACHINES,
with my method. F. M. 61, Allls, Wis.
PATENTS. PROTECT YOUR IDEAS.
Don't think too long about taking out a
patent; some other fellow may get In
ahead with tho samo thing Don't think
that you can write to the Patent Office
yourself and find out if you can get a pat
ent. Tho Patent Office will simply tell
you to fllo a formal application (with tho
incidental expense) If you wlBh your in
vention considered. Consultation free.
No patent, no fee. All communications
confidential. MILO B. STEVENS & CO..
719 14th nt, Washington, D. C. Estab
lished 1864. , ul4S
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Ohio, a monthly Journal of Information,
plans, suggestions and Ideas for advertis
ing. Send today for free sample, or 10c
for four months' trial. rl867
100 LOTS FREE.
Applicants sending stamp will recolvo
deed of lot, size 25x100 foot. Suburb, Now
York. 20 Century Realty Co,, 6 Wall st,
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B PER CENT ON YOUR MONEY
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press or P. O. money orders, investment
subject to your control any time. Un
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soli them; 100 mechanical movements," etc.
Patents secured by us advertised free In
the patent record. Sample copy free. Ad
dress Evans. Wllklns & Co., Registered
Attorney, 500 F street, Washington, D. C.
enterprise can be started with small cap
ital. Flrc-proofing dresses, tissues, laco
curtains. draporJcs, making all fabrics In
combustible, saVes women and children
being burned; also fires In dwellings,
onormous sales. Ono party only can havo
It. Suitable business for either sex. Ad
dress N 26, Tribune. xSSO
RARE CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY
for amateur photographer with few hun
dreds capital, now Invention in photog
raphy, opens now avenuc-s of business for
it, eclipses all other methods, demand un
limited. Salt Lako rights for salo. Cer
tain money maker. Interview for par
ticulars. Address "Photosen," care this
SPLENDID BUSINESS OPENING
CHANCE TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS....
LEARN THE REAL ESTATE BUSI
NESS Start In for yourself; only $27 capital re
quired. Wo teach you the business, ap
point you our special representative, fur
nish large list of salablo property, co
operate with and assist you to earn from
$3000 to $5000 annually. Write for particu
lars. Harry W. Cross & Co , 276 Tacoma
bldg., Chicago. x33
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lako and Tooele county abstracts.
Atlas blk., 36 W. 2nd So. TcL 2)0. ul927
ELECTRIC MOTORS, HOISTING EN
glne3, steam engines, gasoline engines,
boilers up to 100 H. P., pumps, pipe from
2 to 9 Inches, pipe fittings, blacksmith
tools, blowers of all sizes, rails, shevo
wheels, sheet steel, Ingeraoll drills, boxes,
hangers and shafting, pulloys. elovator
engines, laundry machinery, belting, wire
rope, asbcstOB covering, bottom dump
cars, lot of timbers. Clark Mills. I buy
old plants of machinery of all kins. J. M.
Swem, 336 S. 3rd West wllS9
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
A. C. RAINEY, GENERAL CON
tractor and elevator work; work guaran
teed; rear 123 So. Main. Tel. 2191-X-1052-Z
ROY WATROUS. 67 E. 3RD SO. ELE-'
vator and Job work. Tel. 1075-Z. oS79
H. B. DAVIS, PLUMBING. HEATINO,
eewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E. 2nd So.
ROOFING REPAIRS, REASONABLE
B L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W. 1st No.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE, 6S E. 1ST SOUTH.
200 rooms; rates, 25 and 35 cents. sl316
MOVING AND STORAGE.
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV
lng, storago and com'c'l hauling. 19 W.
1st So. 21SS-X. U903
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO.,
moving, packing and shipping. 'Phono 555.
Offlco 126 and 12S S. W. Temple. hlG45
MRS, MARTHA ROYLE KING'S STU
dlo removed to Room 255 Commercial
Club Bldg. Voices tested free Saturday
PLAIN SEWING. INFANTS OUTFIT
a specialty. G36 W. 1st No. xl04
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks. M. D.. Constitution blk.
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
LEAVE ORDERS AT THE SMITH
Drug company, 'Phono 23S. uS93
J. F. IRVINE. DENTIST, HAS RE
moved to 206 W. 2nd So, st. W1I00
DR. A. W. JOHNSON HAS REMOVED
to 811-312 Atlas block. u2SS0
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST."
Ua-b Bcott-Strovoll bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y.
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
r . U
ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS.
WARNER & POWELL, ROOMS IP
and 17, over Walker's bank. wlS2
INTERMOTJNTAIN JUNK CO.. DEAL- '
cr In all kinds of' Junk; carload lots a
specialty. G35 State; tel. 1237-k. xl8
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL
yard, dealer In rags, scrap Iron, bottles,
meals and 'rubber: hides, pelts, furs, wool. IH
123 South Stale St. and 101 i South State
St 'Phone 1333-K. U171
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
pala for 'ron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber, HH
copper, otc. 63 E. 8th So. 'Phone 229. bS12
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE, 25 W. SO.
T., will sell men's and youth's suits, cash IH
or auy payments. w25&4 '
PLUMBING AND HEATING. '
ERSK1NE BROS.. PLUMBING AND
heating. 53 W. 1st So. st; tol. 2021-k.
w2SflS ' jl
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 35 Eagle blk., 2nd floor. dlOlO IH
A BUNCH OF KEYS. INQUIR.E AT
Tribune and pay for this ad. IH
; : f IB
CALEDONIANS OFSALT LAKE AND '
Cronies of Ogden have their annual out-.
lng at Lagoon, June 22.
MASONIC NOTICE. MT. MORI AH
lodge No. 2, will hold a special meeting
tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7:30 o'clock
for M. M. degree work. Mnsons nualifled
Invited. CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, IH
A. A. S. RITE THE FOUR CO-ORDI- IH
nate bodies of the A. A. S. Rite of Freo IH
Masonry hold; stated meetings tho third vM
Thursday In each month at Unity hall, IH
No; 140 So. Second East street Sojourn- jM
lng brethren Invited.
WILLIAM J. LYNCH,, 32 dcg
V. M, Jordan Lodgo of Perfection No. 2.
WAL.TER SCOTT, IC C. C. H..
W. M. Jamc3 Lowo Chapter Rose Croix
IRA O. RIIOADES, K. C. C. H.t VM
Commander Salt Lake Council . Kadosh ll
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM.
M. of K. Utah Consistory No. i!
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. 33 dcg..
Registrar for All tho Bodies.
A ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F. VM
V$and A. M.. will work In the M. M. IH
degree this (Tuesday) evening at IH
' v S o'clock.
M. C. PHILLIPS, Secretary. VM
MASONIC NOTICE WASATCH.
lodgo No. L F. and A M., will hold a IH
special meeting thlu (Friday) evening,
May 27, at 7.20 o'clock. Work on tho M,
ML degree. Qualified Masons cordially in-
vltcd. A. J. LOWE, Secrotary. WM
MASONIC NOTlCfc-MT. MORIAH
lodgo No. 2 will hold a special meeting
tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7:30 o'clock
for M. M. degrco work. Masons qualified
CHRISTOPHER DIEIHj, Sec IH
T ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. FC
,Aand A. M. At Masonic hall, first
VA Tuesday of each month. Mombers
X of sister lodgos and sojourning
. PRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secretary. JM
WASATCH LODGE NO 1. P. AND A.
M. Masonic hall, second Friday each IH
month. Mombers of sister lodges and eo- jH
Journlng brethren In good standing In
, vltcd. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE. Secretary. IH
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, cecond Monday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
Journlng brethren In good standing In
vltcd. JAMES II. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A A. O. N. M. jH
S. Third Wednesday of oach month. Ma- t
sonic hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn-
lng invited. Il
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate. lH
A. BROWN, Recorder. Jl
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
every Tuesday, S o'clock, at 1. O. O. F.
SILVER MAPLE . CIRCLE NO. 103
moots every Friday night at I. O. O. F. B
fraternal union ofjuu3rica.
eVer'g'rSen l75dge no. isi me'eYs
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple.
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
II. J. HESS, Secretary.
ODD FELLOWS. jH
UTAH LODGE NO. 1. EVERY
Thursday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. templo. jH
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY jH
Wednesday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17, I. O. O. F., jH
n.cots every Wednesday night at S o'cloek, IH
I. O. O. F. tomolo. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.,
J. C. SMITH, Secrotary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OP
R.) No. 1. Evory second and fourth Sat- IH
urday. 3 p. m., L O. O. F. temple. IH
MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. 5. jH
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. m., I. jH
O. O. F. temple. Robckahs Invited. jH
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
CALANTHE-MTRTLE LODGE NO. 1,
evory Monday, K. of P. hall.
II. A- JOPLIN. C. C.
Q. S. THOMPSON. K. of R. & S. u3P
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, IC OF P.. JH
meets every Tuesday evening, 3 o clock. jH
K. of P. hall. IH
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. S. jH
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall. IJH
KNIGHTS OF THE MACOABEES.
K O. T. M SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2. IH
Eve'rv Thursdny. I. O. O. F. hall. Visit- -lng
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. v
'SALT LAKE cTtTHTVE NO?" 4.
meets every first and third Tuesday, S jM
p, m.. I- O. O- P- ha".
FRATERNAIi ORDER OP EAGLES. fl
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY
Friday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. hall..
SEGO LTLY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
and third Tuesday. 8 p. m.. A. O. U. W.
3 L COUNCIL, 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
Thursday. JennlnBlk. '
B. L, JONES. Sec.
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
'CASobQBO.'li. EVER 1ST .
andSrd Thursday. L O. O. F. tempi