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X ( . Tins" s Aig eass TfjbuksTfexday mobotStg, j-u55TioTi904 ii 5 H
ftBeiTMs of Raid
If on Victor Record
? General Emphatic in Condemning the
I Un-American Attack Upon the
! Newspaper Office.
TjrTICTOrt. Colo., June O.-Gen. Boll ls
l cued tlio following signed statement
V today rcsardln? the raid on the Vlc
T tor Record office and tho destruc
tion of the newspaper plant:
'I cannot be too emphatic in my con
demnation of this un-American attack.
Such action an this reflects upon the mili
tary, becauso martial law prevails. As
military commander I am polcly rcspon
" I Flblo for tho cleaning up of this district,
h I, and I intend to run dow the pcrpotrators
ft o' this crime If It Is possible.
I I -r nm aware that Editor Kyncr vraa
'P I blttcrlv denounced and throateiicd and ac-
1 rused of selling nut when his editorial
Ue I oeared nslilnp th Western Federation
S t ?nll off the strike. The Socialistic olc
' J ront of tho Federation were the ones
5 5'whS took the principal eland In this
tt thine However, whoever the perpetrators
i of this crime may be. they will land. In
1 the bull pen If apprehended.
M I TJo you think that union miners
k wrecked your office because of your cdl
Tii f -tfirlal on Wednesday ndvlslntr that the
a' flrlke be called off?" Editor Kyncr was
unoucsllonably do not," he replied.
M !f "X do not think tho editorial was the
m T raufe of this at all. We had hints and
'I rumors of a plan to wreck the office
rti S lhrcc dnVH nso, before this editorial was
V publ.'nhed. I asked Maj Naylor, City
sm K Marshal, for protection. He was willing
SX to Klvo It. hut said It would not be iicccb
;rjK 5ary and not to fear As a matter of
BiliS fact the union men agreo with tho sentl
RlftoSacni In rov editorial. After Its publlca
fton yesterday morning, all the union men
ifij 'I commended my position, and many
fnmn to mo for that flpecial purpose."
Wi Beam the The Kind Yeu Haw Ahrays BoaM
I Railroad Notes.
Vice-President Schlacks of the Bio
Grande and party from Denver, with
Messrs. Young, Williams and Derrah
of this city, left Salt Ln"ke yesterday
for Bingham,, and after Inspecting the
branch to that town and the mines, will
go to Park City and down the main
line to each junction point, taking in
each branch en route.
Auditor Bettls of the Salt Lake route
is at the Knutaford.
Vice-President W. H. Bancroft and
party of Short Line officials will re
turn this evening from Chicago.
The Short Line brought down from
Butte yesterday about 200 people to en
Joy the attractions of Utah for a few
I f The "Four Track News" for June.
- i I 'ne June number of the "Four-
t Track News" Is full of matter inter-
'm j estlng, not only to travelers, but to
J E the general render. Its table of con-
1 tents is unupually long and Its con-
2 ; l trlbutors Include a number of wcll-
known writers. The pleasures of sum-
I I. mer are dealt with under various
II J ' titles and include tales of the Adiron
I ' . dacks of the Great Lakes, of the "West,
-3 : i- uf the mountains and of the seashore.
t There la nlro much which will enter
.j ; tain the foreign traveler and the gen-
c-ral reader will find entertainment In
; other articles not pertaining exclusive
ly j i ly to travel. There are the usual ln
'i teresflng departments, poeme, bits of
J t humor, etc., and the illustrations arc
a IB exceptionally attractie. From the
2Mev York News Bureau, May 19, 1904.
j Hair Specialists
li W For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
ri S. te Lyngberg and Miss Carrie Lea
i m- ker. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown,
X now at 417 to 421 Constitution build
' ' inB; Pnone 2093-X.
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
Fare $1 25 for the round trip. Leave
Sale Lake S a m. Returning leave Cas
tlllai 3:52 p nv Good hotel accommo
dations. Plenty of shade In the can
yon. Baseball and other sports. A
nice outing for everybody.
'i SAW THE HORRORS
I OF COLORADO CRIMES
1' Harry Ganz Tells of the Trouble at
D Victor and Explosion at In-
l jrjTARRY GANZ, the well-known Salt
isjfl Lake traveling man, returned yes
' V.1.JI tonllir morning from Colorado, and
'Jj gives a graphic account of the re
l, cent horrors In the Crfpple Creek district.
i It happened that his business took him
'L through the district last week, and he was
at Independence on the morning of tho
terrible cxploalon, and at Victor during
f the rloL Of the explosion at the railway
ja station ho saya he never Imagined any
5. thing like It and hopes never again to wlt-
I),PS3 such a scene. Tho whole station and
U. Platform was wrecked and all around were
a Pieces of human bodies and limbs, moro
y flesh and blood, but auch flesh, such blood.
S; At ono corner of tho lot .stood a large bar
it rc,', an(l lt wna Krudually filled to tho brim
fjp with these amull bite of shattered human-
PF .iTnc w,oIe district gradually awoke to
the realization of tho awful crime, and the
Kf uuway!.and strccts wero by noon tilled
8 "h, excited people. Then came the riot
f V1,cl0r and all tho exciting Incidents of
ins day following the explosion.
g Mr. Ganz says that probably In no other
Vt fj8? has such a dotvrmlned effort been
Cff mauc to put down liiwlcssucss and run
V-' V nP '" 11,0 Proper manner This sentl-
fff rncnt oxtonds throughout the district, and
IP ine movement seemH to have the svrnpa-
K l of tho people of Colorado.
Jjlf HAIR FOR ALI.
Ijjm OJice Destroy tho Dandruff Germ, and
Hair Growe Ltixurlnntly.
3ft 5-v huK 6trutt which cuuBcti brittle.
SL Ift inruft It Is nectsnary to kill th
?BGrwrrff.i1lc,.d doe3' Cornelia.
PlS f Xe,w'bro's Heiplolce com-
Great Wall of Water
Sweeps a Valley
Narrowo Escape of Hundreds of Peo
ple From Drowning- by Burst
ing: o Dam..--
LYOKS, Colo.. Juno 0. A roaring wail
of water sweeping through a huge
gap In tho dam which held back the
Left Hand reservoir, covering 3M
acres, struck terror last night in the
hearts of hundreds Sn the passage of the
raging wator,s. The break occurred
shortly beforo midnight. Mrs. J. .7. "UMl
lls, living on the bank of Left Hand
creek, was awakened by tho roar of tho
waters nnd Immediately understood tho
cause. Sho had barely'tlmc to leave her
little cabin and notify John Honey, tele
phone operator at Ward, befcyo the wa
ters swept away her belongings. Honey
sent an alarm over tho telephone wlro to
all the ranci housc3 and towns along tho
path of tlvo Hood. To those districts
which were not provided with telephone
communication rldcra were hastily dis
patched and residents In tho path of tho
flood fled to higher ground, whore they
huddled together, watching tho destruc
tive stream from which they had been
saved by Mrs. Willis's warning
Turkey to Observe
No Negotiations Looking to Passage
of Black Sea Fleet Through,
ST .PETERSBURG, June 10. The
Associated Press Is Informed of
ficially that no negotiations are
taking place between Russia and
Turkey concerning the passage of the
Black Sea fleet though the Dardanelles.
The Turkish Government has afllrmed
positively its intention to maintain neu
trality and to observe strictly the obli
gations of tho Berlin treaty. While
diplomatic circles do not believe In the
existence of danger in the Balkans, yet
lt Is thought that Russia will not con
sider a reduction of the Black sea fleet
at this time.
Ring up 1053-Z for all Tilnds of re
pairs or alterations on your buildings.
Screens and job work a specialty. Estl
mateo cheerfully given. H. F. Willlama,
360 East Second South.
Ogden's New Bank
to Begin Business
Pingreo National Is Authorized to
Open Doors', With a , Capital
Special to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 0 The
Comptroller of tho Currency to
day authorized the Pingreo Na
tional bank of Ogden, Utah, to
commence business, with a capital of
$175,000. Officers of tho new bank are:
President, Job Plngree; vice-presidents,
W. Abbott, Joseph Scowcroft and James
Mack; cashier, James Plngree.
In readjustment of salaries, the post
master at Idaho Falls. Ida., receives an
h-creasc from 519(0 to $2300.
Postmasters appointed: Idaho G T.
Sprague, Pearl, Bolso county, vice H. E.
Richmond, resigned. -
Wyoming W E. Davis, Wheatland,
Laramie county, vice I. O. Mlddaugh, resigned.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louie and return $42.50
To Chicago and return 47.60
To St. Louis and return via Chica
go, or vice versa B0.00
Selling dated Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to St. Louis without change. Choice of
routes. See anv D. & R. G. agent.
4 UNCLE SAM WILL
X NOT GUARANTEE '
W7"ASIIINGTON. Juno 0.-A ca-
4 W blegram received at the State -f-
department late this afternoon from -f-
-f Consul-General Gummere at Ton- -f
-f gier, dated today, stales that ncgo-
4- tlatlons for the release of Perdl-
-f carls and Varley arc still in prog- -f
-f ress, but that the Sultan's reply to '
-f Ralsull's demands as to ransom -f-
have not yet reached the bandit.
4- Secretary Hay today cabled Con- -f
4- sul-Gcneral Gummero at Tangier. 4-
4- instructions for dealing with tho
4- brigand Ralsull, tho point of which -f
-f Is a positive Injunction to refrain 4-
-f from committing tho United States 4-
4- Government to any guarantee of 4
4- immunity for the brigands or In any
4- way to take any action 'hat would 4
4- amount to the recognition of the 4-
4- right of the brigand agent to black- 4-
-f mall Morocco. This attitude will be 4
4- adhered to regardless of conse- 4-
4 quences to Pordicarls. 4-
Through Passenger Service to North
From St. Louis will be established June
2Gth, continuing dally during the sum
mer over Vnndalla-Pcnnsylvanla Lines'
through Richmond via the G. R, & I
"Thi.' Fishing Line." Through Sleep
ing Cars leave St IuLs 12:45 noon,
running through to Petoskey and all
summer havens as far north as' Macki
nac Full information will be supplied
"by Geo. T. Hull, District Agent, Den
ver, Colo,, or J. M. Chesbrough. Auslnt
ant General Passenger Agent. St.
Louis, Ma- "
When the blood is in bad condition a bruise, cut, ffl
scratch, or any slight injury to the flesh, is apt to become USg
an ugly-looking sore or ulcer. Sometimes a boil, blister
or pimple is the beginning of a large eating ulcer or open, pS0Mh.
discharging sore. Often the blood is naturally bad, and BIIKS
is that way from birth, and such people suffer with vari- (MififelW
ous kinds of Sores from infancy through old age. The . 'ffiWlW
blood may become so weak
and watcrv from the effect-; of A1.coi;D""ll)oll appoarod on tho calf of my right
V . , J. ,rom "-"ecneccsoi ilmb. i Unod tho slmplo home romodios but tho
malarial sickness, debility or placorofusod tohoal. Tho physician I consulted
Some old chronic trouble thnt dlmo no pood. My lot? was a colid ooro from
touiucoiucurouic iroiiDie, tnar. calf to nIlklo antl thon hegan H. 3. s. and j
the impurities break out in improved rnpidly, but an attack of typhoid fovor
bad ?nrp; nn fli Inn-or rv oottlod in tho original ooro, cauamg a baokset. I
naa sores on Ule loy,er cx- -began it again aa soon aa I was over tho fovor, and
tremitics or other part of the vvaa complotoly and pormanontly curod.
bodj'. There is ahva-s some MRS. K. A. DUPPT, 1
morbid, unhealthy matter in Nov aBtl' Pa 214 "Washington St.
the blood that keeps the sore discharging, and must be gotten out before it
Sa y" heal. "Washes and salves, while cleansing, sooth
lCH anc helpful, will not do it, because they do not
"N reach the poisoned blood ; but S. S. S. cleanses and
(hag?J' purifies the diseased blood, and when this is accom
ynasar plished the place heals. Where the health has been
impaired it restores strength and vigor to the system, improves the appetite
and digestion, and tones up the nerves. Purifying the blood is the surest
way to get rid of an old sore or ulcer. Medical advice istfree.
THE SWtFT SPECIFIC COa, ATLANTA 3 GA
chaSeriscV o2 W
i '''r music to the ear. 0 (
ikf A. E8 C Bohemian a
rflH ony eer ote exclnaively nt the Brewery) 1
ff5ii" Beer is characterized by a pronounced and rjfjl
JX delightful hop aroma not to be found in any J&Jl
if other brand. Thia is due to the use of the jB
l gSs finest grade of imported Bohemian W
yds. Hops, each bale of which is purchased nu
K 1 yci tmder Government Certificate, fac-
M AMERIC' BREWIKG C W
!-caTvi- ih'wt7!ijui:wbh i mi tihi 'in ii iii. i i.j i j i ii .mini nnr"',w a.inV
WE TREAT AND CURE sS$fgt8
OATAIIKU Doafneas. Noao and Throat jL
fyliJ5h3Ki' v Troublo. Eye and Eur Dlioasar Bronohlal ej 'SSfSM&i,
ttfXsrSr JsA and Lud? Troublos. Asthma. Stomnch. IjIt- cSi raftsI2SlB
JtYSCIl 0? or and Kldnoy Ulwascs. Uladdjr Trouble. ' Vf)fWl!
Upjlfi , "ST Female Complaint. Chronlo TJIscivacs ol f trJw(ln
KTijAUi hliO Women and Children, Heart DUoato. Nor- tc?-JV . it? W?rW !
agl oi! UIniu.1, Chorea. iSt. Vitus' Dancol, tjy' " "vBr
vj X HIcltaK, tiplnnl Troubl4, Bum Diseases, 7-X.- Jk '
I lv t&a Sciatica and IlbODDiatlsm, Diseases of the vvtpP v-SV
5 -jEWji' Bowels. Piles. Fistula and Rcotal Troublen, Wit5-r'j!Jw
A Ooltre (or blK nook). Hlood Dlsbosoo, Tapm ki!r&V?V,'s
Y&rK Worm. Uuy 1'ovor' llyMorla. Kpilopsy, in- wTi''
4Ji!KvJ J-ni-v sononla, oto., and all Nervous, l'rlvato and J MCTyJ"
rvWK) t'llronl0 Dltouses. Consultation Free.
&S&vMh In all pHrate diseases ol men. to show our
. Nsiisaas. oood (aMh and xkil. we are alwa)s willing to
Dn. a. J. 0HORE&. y,alt lor eur lee until a cure It effected. a. o. 7. Bnoaza.
rrc,,:wEAi m e n I TCT, I !
thoruucli. Not one oi Absolntolr pla)oss
our patients liaa ever treatiosn. .hat cures
bod a roiapo nrter Po called "Weakness" In mon Is rnorely oompiewiy. lnTestl
bolnc discharged as a cymptom or clixonlo Indamruatlon In Kate ou r metnoa. It
oared, nnd wo euro In the prostate eland, brouuht on by early , ?,,?n 7 ao5Cbiy
less time than tho or- dlsslpaUon or by tho lmpropor treat- ?.c oni'. 0 lr0!t.tmfint tor
dlnory lorms of troat- mont of ume contraciod dlscano. A lyls diteaie being em
inent require. oomploto nud radical cure Is, thoroforo, P'oyca.
a question of restoring tho prostate
gland to Ita normal stato, nnd this no
;neclfl Rlood Poison Accomplish promptly and completely Spermatorrhoea, I
bpCClllC Uiooa roison. without tho uso of Internal romodios. Gonorrhoea, SyplU- '
Mo dangerous mlnoralB Our treatment If a local ono entirely. t,. Stricture, I'll on,
to drive tbo virus to It Is original and scientific and has l.ont Manhood, Ht-
tho ln.orlor. but harm- boon provon absolutely offooUvo by drocole, Soiulnul i
1ms. blood-clcanslnc thousADds f tests. o aro convinced AVcoUiiobm, tc, aro J
romcdlce. that roinovo that by no other niotbodn can full and a)ho umoup tho ll-
tho laBt poisonous permanent restoration of btrongih and aenses wo care to
talnu ilior b accomplished. Btuy curej,
HOME CORES BY MH.
We mae a spocia'.ty or curlnit patients by mall. We havo cured thousands why haro
j never seon us porsonaliy If yon are alllleted nnd cannot call., wrlto us for advlco and frc-o syrup
torn blanks and ire will gladly adrlso you reirardlnB your caio. frco of chorea
OOlco Hours: So m. to 6 p.m. ; EyonlnRs 7 to B; Sundnys and Holidays, 10 a, m, tfllS.
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists,
WIT"1 III I 11 ' " ,mmV T' -''ptg"iJ J"-'1"' J-J-1 urrsHM gywM 'm'""" - - - n-JU' ,Ji I If "ii tTTri V ' 'i "'7
The lest Way I
v) f7xTit Vlial do we know !
(6 I'T&r wilhout trial U
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I s Mtsfflter I
I fi Baltimore p
V) SiPKrdlS ThopcrfectWhls- f.
'Op Mjy bey has stood (A
jl xkjt every test. Be- W
tf) dBEJvfl vl?3 tvccn good and
S Wi J5T W baa- trJal Is thc h
g 1M-CW; l3t and taste the j
I nl ump c-1 t
91 KsnvnH recommended to y)
B) SSrSSW vomcn because
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) FRED. J KIESKI. ,t CO.,
(A Osdcn, Utah, (A
ON AIiL CAR L.INT3S.
Try it th Next Time You
0. C. BWINQ, Propiiotor.
Headquarters for mining men an4 Btpofe
You should let us do
your dental work.
I BECAUSE we Rtiarantco cur work. ,
j BECAUSE yon know in vdvancc
Just what our work will cost.
R BECAUSE we aro graduates of the
! bc3t Eastern collcfjes. i
i BECAUSE wo have thc best
I equipped office In the Stato and evcrj I
1 new method.
j BECAUSE we have Introduced East- ,
ern prlccB and aro dolnri tho best of I
j work at less cost than thc old-tlmcr.
j Full set of teeth 55 0) i
. Gold crowns, 22-k 5.0) a
I Gold fllllnffs J1.00 up I
r Silver fllllng3 50c up
Painless extraction guaranteed. !
! Houra 8 to 8. Lady attendant. Our !
reference, your neighbor. j
. ; Boston Dental Parlors
126 MAIN STREET.
In to buy where you can buy tho best
goodn for tho loaat money. I sell lioneat
rollablo Jowolry. Watches, Diamonds ami
Clooka choapor than you can buy thorn In
any othor placo In tho city.
75 Eaot Second South 'Stroot, botvrcen
Commercing and Statq Stpootn (
I A Bath m i
!the Sea. 1
With a few handfuls of our a
genuine pea salt In tho tub you
A may have all of tho refreshing,
Btimulatlng, norvc-qulctlng cf- X
fecta of a bath In thc eca and w
EH without somo of thc inconvenl
enecs of ocean bathing.
If you tako salt baths this
MS summer you will feel better, (H
look hotter and will bo better X.
tW able to stand the debilitating cf- BH
b, fects of hot weather. Ffve-
Rl pound bag, 10c. (Q
I Druehl & Franken, 1
m DRUGGISTS, P
Southeast Corner' Main and IP
Third South Streets, Salt M
g Lako City. W
FISHING TIME !
A Full Line of Fishing: Tackle
Wo can furnish everything but the bait.
We also havo a largo line of Elegant
Ifammocks. The prices arc so low we
hate to mention them.
Gasoline Stoves. Garden Hose, a new lot
Just received. Ice-cream Freezers and thc
Illinois Automatic Rcfrlgorator, tho kind
whh tho reputation.
& Stove Co,
Geo. M. Scott's Old Stand.
Phono 748, Either Line.
75c per ton off anthracite coal dur- 1
Ing month of Juno.
j Burton Coal Sc Lumber Co. I
66 "W. 2nd So. 'Phone 808.
ASSESSMENT NO. 9.
Sliver Shield Mining and Milling com-
Sany, a corporation. Principal placo of
uslness, Salt Lake City, Utah. Notice.
There aro delinquent upon the following
described stock on account of assessment
No. 9, levied April 20, 190-1, the several
amounts set opposite tho names of tho re
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. Name. Share3 Amt.
GI5-B. S Armstrong 1,000 530 00
017-B. S. Armstrong 1,000 30.00
915 Jos. Andres 2,000 CO. 00
950 Jos. Andres 1.000 SO. 00
OSS Jos. Andres 4,000 120.00
1034 W. W. Armstrong BOO 15-00
2S-John Burleigh 500 15.00
322 Annie M. Backup 10) 3.00
901 Barnett & Langlcy 250 7.60
1203 A E. Blckford 1,000 00.0)
1212 Geo. W. Bowdon 20) 6.0)
1195 A. D. Cole 1.000 S0.CO
HOC A. D. Cole 400 12.00
167 Fred M. Curtis 1.00) 30.00
174 Fred M, Curtis 1.000 SO CO
373 Fred M. Curtis 1,000 20 00
1030-Frcd M. Curtis 1,000 30. CO
104S-Frcd M. CurUs 100 S CO
Lo-Ella S. Curtis: 1,000 30.00
43 Henry Conn 5CO 15.(0
1152-H B. Cole 5C0 15.00
oCO-Jamcs Clinton 1.000 SO.CO
3S3 E. R. Cabanakl 50) 15.00
1002- E. R. CablnskI GOO 15.00
Hb-E. R. CablnskI 250 7. 50
wH Mrs. Lizzie Condon .... 50) 15.00
S36 M. Conn 2,000 60.00
791 Abraham L. Denham... 1,500 45.00
i.O Frank J. Dorgcr 6,0:o 160.00
965 M. Dcrnham & Son 1,500 45 00
1126 W. II. Dunn 2,00) 60 CO
I131-W. jr. Dunn 1,000 30. CO
645 B. Armstrong 1.0O) fO.OO
K R. Forrester 500 15 CO
18-R. Forrester 1,000 30 00
62 Dr. W. E. Ferrebee 1.000 30.00
UJ Dr. W. E. Ferrebee 1.000 30.0)
64-Dr. W. E. Ferrebee.... 1.C-0O 30,00
G-Dr. W. E. Fcrrcbeo.... 1,000 SO 00
C6-Dr. W. E. Ferrebco.... 1.000 30.00
11C3 Everett Fowler 1.000 30.00
1216-C. F. Flnnell 1,00) 30.00
544 Elslo Ganecl 1,000 30 CO
1164 D. Guernsev 700 21 00
1211 D. Guernsey 500 15. CO
lllS-Charles Glarscr 100 3. CO
21 C. M. Garrison 500 15.CO
257 Mrs. Ella A. Goldlng.... 200 0 CO
1C07-A Hanauor. Jr r.. 200 6. CO
11S1 Hudson Sons Co 60 1.50
1237-C. E. Hudson ICS 4 93
46 S. C. Hazelton 2,CJ 30 CO
4S4 Robert Howard 500 25. CO
4K5 Robert Howard COO 15 00
U29-J. L. Hamilton 500 15. CO
90S H. S. Htirlburt 500 15.C0
971 H. S- Hurlburt 500 15.00
119S-J. D. Harrison 1.000 SO 00
1199 J. D. Harrison 400 12.00
773 Frank A. Judd 1.000 SO. 00
1044 Frank A. Judd 1,000 SO.CO
r.nt Adcloh Jaren 1,00) SO 00
93711. 3. Joseph k 1,000 SO.CO
1003 H S. Joseph 600 15. CO
1016-H. S. Joseph KO 15 CO
1070-MorItz A. Kahn 150 4 60
160 J. B. Krusllng 10) 3.00
476 J. B. Krusllng 2C0 6.C0
543 E. G Kidder 100 3-00
6S5 E. G. Kidder 100 3 00
990 Nellie F. Keogh 2,000 60 CO
I 1120-John Larson . 100 3. CO
I 818 E. L. La Rue ' 500 15.CO
855 E. L. La Rue 500 15.00
1231 A. K Lesher 500 15.00
1 799-A. P. Mayberry 100 3.CO
471 Loulso Mooro 1,000 30.00
593 Louis Moore 1.000 30.CO
Oil Louis Moore 1,000 30.CO
1001 L. P. Marlx 500 15.0)
954 Chas Mayer 1,000 SO.CO
937 Chas. Mayer 1.000 30.00
994 D. S. Murray 1.000 20.00
995 D S. Murray 1.000 30.CO
99C D. S. Murray 1.000 30.00
997 D. S. Murray 1,000 30 00
1165 Chas. F. Murphy 30) 9.CO
915 H. Park 5(0 15.00
1037 J W. Pasman 4,000 120.00
10 Dr. A. G. Robertson.... 1,000 30.00
92 W. M. RobertH j.... 1,000 30.00
930 W. M. Roberts 1.000 30. CO
10SS W. M Roberts 600 15.0)
411 Kato Real 250 7.50
SOS Chas. II. Rosenthal 1.00 45. CO
970 O. W Rawlins COO 15.00
103S Mrs D. Ramsey 1,000 30.00
HOG Edward W, Ramler 30) 9 00
490 J G. Stratford 300 9.00
431 J, G Stratford 2CO ' 6.CO
10S3 J. Edward Shephard.... 500 16.00
795 Arthur Symons 10) 3.00
59 Arthur Symona 100 3.00
796 Jos. Silverman 1,500 45.00
10H Jos Silverman 500 16. CO
1071 Nathan E. S. Kud 160 4.50
977 T. H, Smith..., 1,000 30.CO
1025 Mrs. Emma L Shcphard 100 3.00
368 Henry S Thompson 100 8.00
062 Jas. Turner 600 35.00
564 Loo J. Van Lahr 1,000 30 0)
t5S Loo J, Van Lahr 1,000 30 00
76 D. L. Wcrthcmlor 1.00) 80.00
433 D. W. Waltoro 1.500 45. CO
413 D. W. Waltoro 600 16.00
OXi D. W. Waltoro 3,000 80.00
674-B. W. Wright too 15.00
790-E. W. Wall 600 16,00
S04 D. K. Wolskopr, 500 15.00
S76 D. IC Wolflkopf 3.500 165. CO
913 D. K. Welakopf 1,600 45.00
9G7 W. E. Whlto l.OW 30.00
And In accordanco with law and an or
der of tho board of dlroctorn made April
30, 1904, so many Rharoa of eaoh parcel of
such stock an may be nflconnury will bo
sold at tho company's office, 617 McCor-
nick block. Salt Lako City. Utah, on tho
17th day of Juno, 1904. at 10 a. m,, to pay
delinquent aaaessmontB thereon, togethur
with the costB of advertising nnd expense
of sale. E. IL MEAD,
Office, C17 McCornlak bloolit jdJJOJ
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iWe carrr a complete line of baskets and. hare all I
fiizes. Just to get you to come and sec them, we 1
offer a bargain. A well-made basket, medium size 1
! FREED FURNITURE j
CARPET COMFY 9
THE HOME PROVIDERS I U
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t disease, In from 6 to 20 days. mous method. i HH
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dayB, by my orlclnal, verj fgL. "i lmfel An absolute euro cuaran. , m BSH
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out tho uao of poisonous k x' out aid of mercury or pot- fflH
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vou a epeedy, safe and permanent cure, 1 hH
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1 A HEALTHFUL I
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i OLuVTE. WHICH WE CARRY &
J IN TINS OF EVERY SIZE, B
J RANGING IN PRICE FROM 10
i CENTS UP. A COMBINATION 12
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S BENEFIT TO INFANTS. CON- l-
I VALESCENTS AND INVA- 5
I LIDS. IT IS PUT UP IN THE r
I FORM OF SARDINES. LADY
i FINGERS. TABLETS AND E
II CROQUETTES. CONVENIENT !!
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Slipper Sale at
$1.00 a Pair..
Up to 55.00 values
ALL THIS WEEK.
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I HOME BUILDERS I HH
32-34 MAIN ST. S KH
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Lyon & Co.'s stock H
I invoiced $36,000, I H
and is being sold by us 1 H
at from 20 to 50$ dis- I- H
county from regular . 11
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I Old Cambridge Rye I
I Old Crow Bourbon
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