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'IM &AIT !LAJ fclH4. .- - 1-5 l!f:H
(5) pcoPIe iiiiine every day But
f8 lime to be courteous to
HtoTalays baV nm Fa&surc you that wo
flSE cusw"1"3' ,a"d cstrol over $1,600.0DO
Un helP yo - 'property, exclusive
Xnrth of Sa' i i, is for sale, some of It
Sffiol. most of t aaM, cslabl,3hca
chP- k0 tf,c following: and call
ifTl. to buv. or rent.
feS la&u w offer a 5-room prcwcil brick
J KdWfForf5 J,v new cottage, at No, HO
5&rn. Per. -t it Is a comer prop
RSKrth "..Scni and Halls, etc. The
wSMrff. Mnftc i California and must be
B,h""Ji0 needs money. A fine rcsl--Ofcld
At on5Ci. near 3rd aL. modern and
USEvnce on only J3S50. Good n-r. cot-
uftc; K V 3S6 F st.. for only
WB!p homi lisv ' Modern S-r. pressed
ffhot and cold water, toilet, very
MSrickt.m olSt neighborhood, furnace.
0" iL'BrWI built. 1:,Wn and nearly new.
' Bonf i-orth $' today, sacrifice It
IHS?"nr Br iKhnm and P ete. Largo
ttHf2r $: JftLr at 854 B. 5th So. at., for
(cry cheap. Cut out this list.
5K'X JlJwv Is located for you. See It.
:DSv?e proil r il bargains. That's why we
u K0be.v r" u, here, and six (Cl people
KnWelr WBid In our office. We
5isivTrS"P IN UR BRAIN
1I IT WOULD BE TO
CbrJ IMPROVE YOUR
Sffi VACANT LAND.
MjLy. MISTER I
nlyi flpknd M MADAM!
-ijtfow long are you going to let your va-
.Sjrt ,and remain Idle and unproductive?
mKre you satisfied to sit idly by and again
TRfet for November and Its day of TAX
t'yTT.pt nX on to you, like a cloud of
Erc you worrying along, losing sleep
'itti wrinp monev to hold your va-
, HQ U land and hoping against hope for a
!c lk bT price, knowing full well that If the
t Ed improved you could hold It and
Ktlve a steady Income?
Stt! Mot many years longer arc the weeds
'tfiS 3k to be allowed to cover the willlng-
tTaZ Sbtimnroved soil that has an earning
' giir. which you refuse to develop?
Do rou realize that over 5 million dol-
Ul in a vear Is lost by owners of vacant
Ind In'Salt Lake who neglect to Improve
lire ynu one of those whose oversight
us ndied to this great maw of wasted
'H0t glStte'shoe flts you. It certainly must be
rS!ii: Errand old awakening to read this call
Rtaiiv It Is worth big money to owners
iGEfl f vacant land to read this warning noto
to REMEMBER NEXT NOVEMBER
-- AND YOl R TAXES.
TBut you can meet your November taxes
til f rosy as rolling off a log If you start
! rWit N0V to Improve the land with in-
rone earning structures.
& Cfa ilHB REAVIS SYSTEM has been
,JS fwnded and developed for the purpose of
11 tKlitlng owners of vacant land to lm-
3 irove It with reliably constructed build
Sot4" os!. built at lowst prices and posscss
a off the maximum of income-producing
7-ROi) rTHE REAVIS SYSTEM stands ready
tlMlti o Improve your land without requiring
iS jok to pay one dollar cash down.
1 tjYou simply state what kind of a bulld-
19, t& las J--0U want erected, and "THE REAVIS
f&tA SYSTEM" does the rest
o. oi lYoa pay nothing for plans and spcclfl-
. tatlors or superintendence,
HOUif iW1in the building Is completed, you be
jth. A i!)lo pay off the building loan In small
monthly payments, and the rale of Inter
.VISHD is reduced by the partial payment
t. ijiiem to about 1 per cent on the term
tl the loan.
ROO REAVIS SYSTEM" provides tho
" Sua w'' P'an wherein delay Is completely
' to rlteinatcd, and whereby on a day's notice
the ovnr of a vacant lot can begin
rtr.m tolHinfr operations.
ui fnijz REAVIS SYSTEM" Is now con-
2lRrudins over 60 buildings In Salt Lake
?ut and Its operations are so extensive
j orc-r iw mechanlce are employeu anil i
2l,fcaber and other building materials are
KGO 'Sht In vast quantities, thus reducing
j3 the cost of production to such a degree
-j. (hstKe can build reliable homes at lower
SEPC6 t130 others ask.
jj. slfyou want to see an example of tho
IREAVIS SYSTEM" plan of Improving
Html p-ound, walk down to 451. Main
"E Fi ?!rf' where two neat cottages were built
irtft rear of the lot for Oliver Altrce and
- Bota houses are now rented for $1S each
Xf(J a roonth. and arc hullt on ground that
as idle up to 4 months ago ever 6lncc
1 : U Like was founded' Just think of tho
REM r wd yc-ara of wasted earning power,
&Ji rslw 10 the dogs!
' : tDQ not procrastinate nor argue the qucs-
InSJklractly and longer. INVESTI-
iditl ."THK REAVIS SYSTEM ' has helped
1 J otfctrc to secure an Income from their
IMS 2?nt.laiid. and they can help you If you
je. ony call on them for an outline of
s, 00 Pk methods.
'JTftf. 'tc50! al the same old stand. Ground
r Security Trust Building. 32-SI Main
LIGBI. (TIIE REAVIS SYSTEM" continues to
VJj 9f y in cver-lncreaslng business.
; i WIN S50 IN GOLD.
i. h'ai J. on, so easily.
tilr1'? or.S'r's under 15 years should get
5S!L.Uit!,nB clothe on to win the word
E F0 Sir1, ot "hc Reavls System." Get
aoU f'ara at g-3 Main. 'Phone 200.
iKCS ,X SN'AKE RIVER VALLEY.
mnF lety of water, close to market.
' j ft h nmWho,e or l)arl or elV( rlht party
, i Sk. llitle onef a P'cndld chance to
i kn ymse,U a hon,c- Fr 'ull partlcu
B00 ,rfAinhV E' Robln80". 24th St..
SoRli ;- ' "
jiil ,' A. RICHTER.
5: ; ' 19 West 1st South.
BOO! lmLj rIV. Wl.
jrl , 'room brick and 3x10 rods, near 3rd
IsjLtr15' and 7th South.
S i ThC8e c nw modern brick
orJ ' ,,.??s 011 corner 5th and J
'2 Ifi-uJ Have J'0" seen tlmm?
2 aiyjP.J"' br,Ck ,,C'ar 6lh South
25 i ?elh East. on a lot 2x7A rods;
.jj tt-Good substantial S-room residence
f llthf .SV.: furn.ace. gas, electric
3 'Stationary' laundry tubs, good
D W feffr-i CK barn' ctc : must be sold.
b r ; rTt,corrn"r n 2nd su; strictly mod
jS. J rlnnir?0m residence In tlral-class
;ftXr !l;,lnr?9 barn- electric lighted.
S iAltlr,tl,Icrfl;n? trouble to show them.
lUchter. 19 w. isU South. Tel. L
"blM fAnM,, LYNDALE.
MebS CS f,5?1 for i1,"01" opposite Lib-
l .fte 'ibetwocn ''til and 5th liasl.
i o rhihh rWenco lots In this sec-
MS Wcn- .?nilty ttst platted. An $x
trff co,,3lr,,cton. Pricoa low;
SffS m"7,5iSi"' division; 1.
'ftSS ffi?iafMlV0 Ucmand 'or Property
rlsi iQ I NtftUE,ADQl-TARTERS.
tlb East "ifbr,fk,' wo,,,
lct? 4 rods- "o. front; JIGOO.
iS5PK.. Enn zvxl- '-room house; J2730.
SMBKnt i "waiHA mod-br.. close In:
W rod i .lth ?nst car; onlv $10 foot
-- l y to., fo W. 2nd So. -Phono 7G0.
Ha . rr- X10J3
9 iutr - I"c ?fi?.M COTTAGE; LAWn!
-ft Ihrio ?CU: i mu.t sell; parties lonyl
m W 2nd No, Inq. D2 Qulnrp
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
4-ROOM HOUSE. $500, 4-ROOM HOUSE,
!C00 4-room house, $(00, 4-room house: J900;
S-room brick, modern, ?1500 ; 6-room brick,
modern, $1SOO: 5 acres, very flno, near car
line; J1300 ; 5 acres, with 7-room brick
house, barn and S00 young bearing fruit
trees, on car line, southeast, very cheap;
a line corner on Brlgham street; 3x10 rods
on 10th East near Cth South, 5500. Come
for bargains. I nave many. Cromer, 53
East 3rd South. xll02
9-rm, mod, brick j
ishccl Inside; 2 halls; clec. lights;
A very comfortable
home; 3 blks nor. of
The house cannot bo
duplicated for tho '
price, saying nothing
of tho grounds, which
This Is n bargain.
Under Walker's b:rc xllOO
0x10 RODS RUNNING THROUGH
block; 310C0 cas.
2x10; East Cth So , 3-rm house; part
20x20 rods.. N. bench: city water; $11(0.
4-rooni brick; E. 2nd So.; mod.; $2350.
Under Walker's bank. xlllO
LET US SHOW YOU A NICE G-R. R,
p. b. on Princeton avenue near 11th East;
nice shade and lawn; lot COxllO ft to alley;
It must bo sold.
A mod new 5-r. 1. p. b. on N. E. bench;
a line view of tho city; model of beauty
and can't be excelled for convenience.
7-room brick, mod.; lot 60x140; nice shade
and lawn; located on Capitol hill, and you
will not question tho price as the ownor
says sell it: don't wait.
4 beauilful lots, 2!x7 rods each: 8th and
B streets, overlooking tho city In all its
beauty. And many others In all parts ot
Rcge Realty Co., J. P. Iahan. Sales
man; P. M. Powell, Mgr. 8 W. 2nd So..
rooms 16 and 17. 'Phone 1635-K. xlllS
$500 DOWN, BALANCE $15 PER
month. Inclusive of interest, buys a neat,
extra well-built 5-room ccttage, with cel
lar; 2V4xlO rod lot; tine fruit and shade
trees; piico ?U00; southeast.
east; close in; city water, electric lights,
ctc ; good size lot,
$1750 buys a pressed brick house; bath,
electric light, etc: house nearly new; 4
blocks from county bldg.
2:xl0 on M st. near Brlgham; 510CO.
2 lots on Emerson av., 11th E.; ?2f.
2 lots on 11th So. near 9th E.; city water,
cement walks, car line; $330.
3 lots, corner, near 5th E. on 11th So.;
southeast front; city water; $350.
5x7 corner on Gth st.; $1700.
5.7'.A corner on Cth St.; $2000.
20x20 on east bench, for $250). Will split
Into 24 lots and bring $5500.
2xl0 on 13th E. near 3rd So. ; $750.
2x10 on University street; $500.
3x10 on 12th E. near 2nd South: $500.
Many other bargains at my office. Cut
this out and seo mo.
O. F. Peterson, 53 W. 2nd So. xll44
C-ROOM BRICK; LOT 3X10; FIRST SO.,
near Eighth East; $3000.
5-room brick; lot 2Vixl0; First South,
near Ninth East; $2500.
Terrace, two apartments, 5 rooms each,
clcse to R. G. AV. shops; rents for $30 per
4-room modern cottage, S. E.; pressed
7-room modern brick; large lot; good
lowns; N. E.; J2G50.
Homer & Robertson, Investment Agents,
Main and First South (under Deeeret
$250.00. . $250.00.
Cash and $23 per month buys
fine 5-room modern pressed
brick cottnge; close In on
Why Pay Rent?
$1700 buys new 5-room
pressed brick, near R. G. W.
depot. Small payment down,
balance like rent.
A. McKELLAR & CO., 63
West Second South st. xl075
2A ACRES ON 13TH EAST. NEAR 7TH
South. A bargain at $25CO; fine view of
city. Owner, 5(J E. 2nd South.
FACING LIBERTY PARK; ON CAR
line, 1142 S. 4th East fine seven-room mod
ern brick; water, electric light, fruit trees,
stable, with IC-foot alloy approacn. Bar
gain at S25CO; easv tenna.
CHEAP LOTS lictw.n 4th and 5th No.
and 7lh and 8th West. $50, terms.
Prltchard & Poi. ltS Main St.. Tel. :!5.
MAKE US AN OFFER FOR 12 LOTS
near Warm Springs and O. S. L. shops.
4- room frame, pantry, closet, hall, fold
ing doors, Eastlake finish, close In, $1300.
12-room mod. home, with 100x105 feet,
beautiful place, 4 blocks cast of our ofllco
(worth $13,000). $$000.
Great bargain, $50 per rod for ground 3
blks. so. of P. O.
3x10 7th E near 1st So., $2700.
3x10 with good G-room house, rock and
brick cellar, Gth So., close In. $2100.
5- room br and beautiful cor., 0x5, on 4th
So., close In, $3150.
Fine 7-room frame, cement walks, etc.,
lot 45x113. near Liberty Park, $2000.
Beautiful cor. on 2nd So. and 10th East,
Little & Little, under Walker's Bank.
WEIR. 30 W. 2ND SOUTH.
$5500 New 9-room brick, furnace, laundry,
bath, toilet, wired for electric light,
large hall, front and back atalrway,
aewcr connection, cement walks, 2nd
E. near 1st So.
$2250 Mod. 4-room brick, closo In.
$2000 5-room brick, large lot, 3 blocks from
new P. O.
$ 900 l-rooin brick, near R. G. W. shops.
$ 300-34x103 ft. 9th E. near 4th So.
$ 750 11MX155 ft E near Gth
$ 45045x130 ft. 8th W. near 2nd So.
$1000 11x140 ft., line cor., near McCune res
idence. Business property on 1st So. near Main
at a bargain
Weir. 36 W. 2nd South. x!062
HARRINGTON &. COURTNEY.
5 acres, especially adapted for chicken,
trout and fruit farm, a 2-room frnmo
house, 14 acres in strawberries, raspber
ries, small orchard, water right for 10
acres, on 11th East st.. $2000.
5 ncre3 on East bench, good water right,
all good land, barn and orchard, no house.
This Is the making of a dandy chicken
New 3-room pressed brick cottage and
lot. 50x110 fU to alley cast side, south
front, city water, all fenced, lawn, wired
for electric lights, nice good home, $1050;
New G-room adobo-llned frame, modern,
lot 50x157 to alley, stable, buggy shed, all
Fine new red p. brick residence, 7 rooms,
front, very desirable location on East
S-room modern, In tine shape, lot 2x10,
North bench, $275Q.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. Second
II. J. M'GOWN CO.,
131 S. Main.
Just think of it. a. G-room mod. brick;
3x0 rods; brick walks, barn, elegant deco
rations, beautiful lawn, etc.; S. E.; range
and shades go too; $2500.
'.j-ncro and 5-room and 9. K. brick mod.
houso; S. E.; barn; $2500,
10-room mod. house. S. E,; $2f0.
S-room mod brick. 2nd W. &. 5th So.:
3-room mod. brick. Center Bt.; $2900.
A BARGAIN An elegant mansion, cor.
5th East and York sts: flno business loca
tion as well as an elegant home: suitable
for private bonrdlng-housc: road house,
hotel, etc elegant grounds; fruit; car
riage house: lawn, shade; modern In every
renpect. Make us an offer.
H. J. McGown Co., 131 S. Main, room 3.
Over Bon Ton theater. xl008
ABSTEACTERS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lako and Tooele county abstracts.
Atlas blk , 2C W. 2nd So. Tol. 290, u!927
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
48x120 FEET, RACING EAST
on D st., between'" South Tcmplo
and 1st sts.; $3350.
50x120 ft. and nllcy In rear; faces
cast on D St., Bouth of lot SL; $3450.
50x120 ft. and drlvoway, on corner
of 1st arfd D sts., facing east and
4-room cottage, weot on 2nd So.
at.; 50x110 and alley in rear; coops,
sheds, etc.; faces south; $1500;
6-room cottage, southeast, In good
repair; mrgc lot; for $1S00; the best
buy In the city.
6- rooin modern brick house In
choice location; 5x5 rdds, corner,
ground worth $2000; house could not
bo built for $2000. This property
can be sold for $3000, and owner will
G-rm. strictly modorn brick on P
St.; good sized lot and thoroughly
well built; $3500.
7- room modern brick house; good
location; $200, $200 cush, bal. $23 per
3 building lots, west side, $200, or
exchange for acreage.
Home Trust & Savings Co., 6-S-10
W. 1st South sU xlOSG
FARM FOR SALE. GOOD FOR Su
gar beets; will give the best bargain In
Utah; 3 claims of cnllnltc, 1G claims coal
land, 300 acres farming land, close to
gether; have- been wet, Is going dry. 2
farms, one affords living and gives $1000 a
year; Is run for hay and honey. Also
wntip coal oil can be found. If you mean
business, write L. N. Hunt, Emery, Utah.
6- ROOM PR. BRICK; NEW. MODERN;
natural wood finish, collar; $1900, $250, $20
S-room frame, well built, modern, on I
st.; ?2$00; half cash.
4- room pr. brick; lot 17x165 feet; on Sth
5- room pr. brick, new, modern; $2S00, $500,
$25 a month.
4- room frame, new; 11th East; $1350; $200
casn, ?15 a month.
Hubbard Invt. Co., 78 W. 2nd So. xlOSO
C. W. MILLER, 112 W. 2ND SOUTH.
5- r. mod. cot., east side; $3000.
7- r mod. home; east sld; $5000.
4-r. frame; fine view, east side; $1350.
4-r. frame, west side; $750.
4-r. framo, west sldo; $1000.
The above can be had on very easy pay-
Choice building lots in nil parts of the
C W. Miller. 112 W. 2nd So. Correspond
ence solicited. xl0?2
150 ACRL5S, FINE FARM. GOOD
house, barn, outbuildings; 3 acres In gar
den. 23 acres In lucerne and oats; large
pond for llsh and ducks; 240 shares of
tlrst-class water right; situated 9 miles
from city; all for $2800. Inquire of Jacob
Powell. No. 12 K. 5th South. xl093
REAL ESTATE INV. CO.
Look up property on Capitol hill.
Tho rush for lots In that locality
during tho past two weeks is al
most unprecedented. The reason Is
not far to seek. It Is high, dry and
sightly, and as cheap as DIRT.
Lot3 $100 and up to $1750 for choice
ones. Lots 50 feet each.
Very attractive little 5-rm. subur
ban cottage at No. 137 Goltz street.
Can be bought now for $1100.
In buying a home you want the
satisfaction of knowing that your
house Is a new one. Our elegant S
rin pr. br, residence on 5th So.,
near Cth E., Is NEW, with modern
plumbing, sewer connected, hot-air
furnace, all rooms finished through
out In oil; lot 40x125 feet.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INV.
CO.. 251 MAIN. xl076
FINE LOTS ON EAST BENCrL $1C0.
Near Fort Douglas car line. Easy terms.
Owner, 56 E. 2nd So.
BRICK HOUSE, 1V4 ACRES IN FRUIT,
barn, stable, piggeries, chicken coop, all
fenced in, near 14th So. and 11th East;
cheap for cash, or trade for city properly.
N 46, Tribune. xl(M5
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
3- room frame $ 550
4- room new frame 1,500
u-i uuui ii.iiiiu, iiiiu uiuiiuiu irjrj
4- room brick, orchard 2,000
5- room frame, 4 lots 2,30)
5- room brick, modern 2,300
6- room modern, close In G.500
5 acres fine land, west side 200
5, 10 or 15 acres In lucerne, close In
por acre 200
5 acres In wheat, on car line, per
acre , 300
10-aero chicken ranch, 3-room house,
barn, well, all fenced; $1000 takes
It; half cash, balance easy.
Now Is the time to buy. Why? Stop
THE G. C. RICHTER CO.. Room 4. 131
Main street. Over the Bon Ton Theater.
P. S. Be sure of that address. xl055
A SNAP 6-ROOM BRICK. 3x10 RODS,
sewer, 743 E. 1st South sU; $4000.
Largo brick house, lown. trees, 5x10
rods, 145 S. 6th East St., for sale at a bur
gain. George Saxton, under Deseret Bank.
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. INQUIRE
254 W. First North, enat of High school;
also 5-room cottage, 031 State at. xl63
OWNER IN CANADA; MUST
C-r. 2-stcry brick cottage; nowy
papered, cl. lights, water In house;
nice lawn and shade; lot 50x125
feet; board walks to car; beautiful
location, southeast; $1900.
ASMTON, 301 NEWS BLDG.
10 ACRES NEAR CAR LINE.
Plenty of water.
C-r. brick cottage.
' Hay barn, shcd3.
Just tho place for dairy; trout
ponds and chickens; $4000, Near
11th East and 12th South.
EDWARD M. ASHTON, 301 News
SPECIAL-G-ROOM BRICK, S. E., AN
elegant home; big snap at $2500. H J.
McGown Co., No. 131 Main, over Ton Ton
10 RODS OF FRONTAGE ON 11TH
East, near Third South, only $1300. Owner,
50 E. Second South.
4-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
well, barn. 37 Fulmcr ave, cor 7lh W.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
ment Co. Real estate and loan brokers,
251 Main street
S. B. WESTERK1ELD. CS-69 COM'L.
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
CRM. MOD. BK LOT 2X5 RODS. $3100;
$$CO cash, bal. $23 month. Owner. 1112 E,
2nd So. WS5S0
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlc Bros , 149 Main; red ball signs.
C. W. MILLER, REAL ESTATE AND
loans. Correspondence solicited. 112 W.
2nd South at.
SPLENDID VIEW LOTS ON WEN
dell ave.. east of 11th East and south of
2nd South, at one-third leas than neigh
boring values. Owner, 56 E. 2nd South.
25 YEARS ABSTRACTING 25 YEARS1
We have made abstracting a life's
study. Save time by coming to our rec
ords Instead of wasting It going to tho
city and county building. They arc abso
lutely correot and up-to-dato. We are nl
wavs at your service. Homer Abstract
Co.", Main and First South (under Deseret
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE; BIG
list of our real estate paper free at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
3X8 RODS, 11TH EAST. NEAR 3RD
South, $600. Flno view. Owner, G6 E. 2nd
NICE SIX-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
two lots, GOxltS ft.; good cellar, smoko
houso, coal, turkey, chicken-houses, gran
ary, good atablc, Mowing well, ahado
trees; good range, 6 mi. from P. O., $400.00.
Add. W. D. Palmer, box 101, city. x922
MOAPA! MOAPA! MOAPAI
Moapa Is n. new town.
Moapa Is 90 miles southwest of Callente.
Moapa has C000 Inches of water.
Moapa will bo a railroad town.
Moapa will be a mining town.
Moapa will be an agricultural town.
Moapa has tho railroad now. .
Moapa Is tho oasis of the desert.
Moapa Is the placo to buy lots,
Moapa lots will bt advanced July 15.
Moap Tots will make you rich.
Moapa has Calllornla climate.
Moapa Is thv. only place on the San Po
dro line between Mllford and San Bernar
dino well adapted for a town.
Lots $50. Corner $C0. 10 per cent cash and
10 per cent monthly without Interest or
Buy now. don't hesitate.
Little Little. Real Estate Agents, un
der Walker's bank.
WE MAY HAVE JUST WHAT YOU
want. Call and see. Prltchard & Poe,
real estate brokers, 168 Main. Tel. 195. x791
LANDS FROM 1 TO 1000 ACRES,
'Write us stating whore wanted and we
will send list of property for sale In that
locality. Williams Bros, Murray, Utah,
box 327, 'Phono 155-Y. .vl734
See Goddard, under Walker's Bank.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
J. F, IRVINE. DENTIST. HAS RE
moved to 206 W. 2nd So. su W14C01
DR. A. W. JOHNSON HAS REMOVED
to 311-312 Atlas block. u25S0
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN. DENTIST,
505-6 Scott-Strcvoll bldg. 'Phone 1254-Y.
PROVIDE SHELTER FOR THE WIFE
and little ones. Systematic Investment
does the trick. Six per cent Interest guar
anteed on every dollar. You hold tho se
curity. M'GURRIN & CO.. Investment Bankers.
.PREPARE FOR EMERGENCIES. IN
vest your dimes and dollars with McGur
rln & Co , Investment Bankers. Security
Trust Building. Six per cent interest
guaranteed, and you hold the security.
SIX PER CENT MEN RULE THE
world. Invest your dollars through Mc
Gurrln & Co.. the Investment bankers.
They guarantee six per cent and deal In
nothing but rellablo securities. Be on
BETTER BE SAFE THAN SORRY. A
safe Investment at six per cent is better
than uncertain speculation. McGurrin &j
Co., Investment bankers, guarantee six
per cent and allow you to hold tho secur-
JOHN J. WALLACE & CO.. D. F.
Walker bldg... Salt Lake, collect debts
everywhere; reference, Walker's bank.
ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
lected. 503 Auerbach bldg. tl
WALL PAPER AND PICTURE
frames; big cut In "prices. Am. Wall Pa
per Co., 6 East 3rd South st.
WALL PAPER CLEANING.
LJ5AVE ORDERS AT THE SMITH
Dru?j company. 'Phono 238. uS93
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN.
Lulu Brooks, M. D., Constitution blk.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE, 63 E. 1ST SOUTIL
200 rooms; rates, 25 and 35 cents. sl316
SUITS TO ORDER. $15 UP. FIT GUAR
anteed. Sorcnscn & Laraen, 145 W. 2nd
MRS, MARTHA ROYLE KING'S STU
dlo removed to Room 255 Commercial
Club Bldg. Voices tested free Saturday
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS
car Groshel), sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
Expert cash register ropairlng. Second
hand rgJstcrsaJwyJntocK. n!5S0
NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorrenson-Stoutt Co.. 4S E. 2d So.
MOVING AND STORAGE.
KIMBALL'S TRANSFER VANS. MOV
Ing, storage und com'c'l hauling. 19 W.
1st So. 21SS-X. uP03
REDMAN VAN AND STORAGE CO..
moving, packing and shipping. "Phone 555.
Office 126 and 12S S. W. Tcmplo. hlPiS
J. E. DARMER, LAWYER. OFFICES
18-19 Commercial block. 'Phono 1217-Z.
INTERMOUNTAIN JUNK CO., DEAL-c-rs
In all kinds of Junk; carload lots a
specialty. 635 State; tol. 1237-K. xl6
WESTERN JUNK AND METAL
yard, dealer In rags, scrap Iron, bottles,
meals and rubhor; hides, pelts, furs, wool.
123 South State st, and 1011 South Stale
st 'Phono 1333-K. ul71
UTAH JUNK CO., HIGHEST PRICE
paid for Iron, brass, rags, bottles, rubber,
coppor. etc, 63 E, Sth So. "Phono 220. bS12
PATJ5NTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office. 36 Eagle blk.. 2nd floor. dlOIQ
CLEANING AND DYEING.
TEMPLETON CLEANING CO. 105 E..
2nd So., cleaning, dyeing, repairing, Tel,
DESERET DYE WORKS, 125 SO,
WcBt Temple, Phone 2190-k. xll9
CHEMIST WITH VALUABLE PROP
osltlon wants some one with small capital
to Join him In manufacture and sale of
samo; fullest particulars furnished. Ad
dress.N 4S. Tribune. xll07
$3000 SPECIAL CAPITAL WANTED IN
established and profitable business, or
would take partner. Add. N. -17, Tribune.
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that you can write to tho Patent Offlco
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you to file a formal application (with tho
Incidental expense) If you wish your In
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confidential. MILO B. STEVENS & CO..
719 14th st., Washington, D. C. Estab
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plans, suggestions and Ideas for advertis
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dress Evans. Wllklns & Co., Registered
Attorney, 500 F street. Washington, D. C.
SPLENDID BUSINESS OPENING
CHANCE TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS....
LEARN THE REAL ESTATE BUSI
NESS Start In for yourself.; only $27 capital re
quired. We teach you the buslnesa, ap
point you our special representative, fur
nish large list of salable property, co
operate with and assist you to earn from
$3000 to $500) annually. Write for particu
lars. Harry W. Cross & Co., 276 Tacoma
A MAN WANTED TO SHOW REAL
estate; must have experience In this line.
Apply at Rege Realty Co. F M. Powell,
Mgr., rooms 16 and 17 over Walker's bank.
IF YOU HAVE $1500 TO $2000 AND DE
slro to take an active Interest in a good
business investigate this. Address N 36.
THE BEST OPPORTUNITY IN EXIS
tenco fbr the investment of small and
large sums of idle money where It will
produce a largo and steady monthly rev
enue without risk of loss. Principal back
on demand. For full particulars address
W. H. Latimer, 413v Walnut St., Philadel
phia, Pa. x990
ADDITIONAL CAPITAL TO EN
large business which has paid 10 per cent
dividends for years; shares. $10; best
bank references. Address Mirror, Wash
ington,. D. C. xlOOH
A MANUFACTURER OF A PEANUT
and candy vending machine would like to
place about fifty in" Salt Lake and would
like to correspond with parties able to
Invest a few hundred dollars this way.
Will pay 10 to 20 per cent per month on
money Invested. That Is fifty machines
would clear owner $100 per month above
expenses. Write to M. M. GrovP, 647 Wal
nut st., Kansas City. Mo. xl013
BY E. M. ONION. ON THURSDAY.
June 16. 10:30 a. m at No. 828 E. Second
South st. Carpets, rugs, tint1 Estey parlor
organ, rockers and chairs, center tables
library table, office chair, heating and
cook stoves, Iron bed, fine upright folding
bed. dining table and chairs, washing ma
chine, dressers, bedding, etc. xl076
On Tuesday, June 14. 10.30 a. m.. at
warchonce of Redman Van & Storage Co..
126 128 S. W. Temple St.. will be sold a
large lot of household goods, consisting In
nnrf nf pnrnols linn nnrlnti illnlnr'.rnr.m
bedroom and kitchen furniture, dressers,
sideboards, iron beds, center tables, ward
robes, hall trees, lino ranges, dining ta
bles, dining chairs, etc.. etc. These goods
arc In good order and are sold to pay stor
age and othor charges; salo peremptory.
E. M. Onlou, Auctioneer.
WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK
of new and 2nd-hand furniture, carpets,
stoves and ranges, and In fact everything
for complete houajkeenin-; In the city.
Don't buy without se-lng our goods nnd
getting out prices, cish or credit. Ne
braska Furn. Co., u2 E. 2nd So. x.('35
ON MONDAY. JUNE 13, AT 10:3-) A. M..
No. 331 S. Eighth East St.. lino parlor
rockers, center tables, large rugs, pier
mirror. Encyclopedia Brltannlca, 31 vols,
complete, fine quarter sawed oak dining
table and chairs, brass trimmed beds,
child's crib, fine steel range, gasoline
stove, heating stoves, kitchen utensils,
garden hose, etc., etc.
ALSO ON TUESDAY, JUNE II,
At 10:30 n. m.. No. 171 S. Third East St..
fine parlor rockers, couch, largo rugs and
ciirpct, laco curtains, stands, tine side
board, cost $50, table, chairs, folding bed
with mirror on top. Iron bruss trimmed
bed, 2 fine dressers, refrigerator, line steel
range, dinner set, glass and silverware,
home made fruits, linoleum, heating stove,
lot kitchen utensils, etc , ctc.
ALSO ON WEDNESDAY. JUNE 15.
At 10:30 a. m.. No. 223 11 street, parlor
rockers, stands, folding bed, couch, chairs,
carpels and rugs, bedroom set, pictures,
glass door cupbourd. dishes and glass
ware, dining table, good drop head sewing
machine. Home Comfort steel range, used
3 months, lot kltclu-n utensils.
K. A Andrews. Auctioneer. xl049
NEW FURNITURE EXCHANGED
for second-hand goods. E. W. Washburn
Furn. Co., 35 W 1st So. st. Tol. 2021-Y.
FREE BUREAU OF INFORMATION
For the benefit of those Salt Lake Trib
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Purchauo exposition at St. Louis, The
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corner of Twelfth and OHvo streets. St
Louis, but a few blocks from tho Union
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Bureau of Information, whoro will bo
lound a list of all respectable hotels,
boarding-houses, restaurants, rooming
houses and private houses at which
rl,l'o fnlr visitors will hn nn,.,.m
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regarding rooms, places of amusomcnt.
6trcot car lines, arrival and departure or
railway trains, connections, etc., and to
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Information absolutely without cost upon
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Twelfth and Olive sf"ts. St. Loala. Mo.
J. L. RAWLINS. ATTY., REMO FD
to 42S-429-I00 Atlas ulk. tfgQ
DR. R. A GREENE REMOVED TO 331
Atlas blk. Tol. 21S5-Y w2374
BICYCLES AND REPAIRS.
THE LEADING WHEELS ARE IVER
Johnson, . Racyclo and National. League
Cycle. Store. 325 So. W. Toinple. tllOo
NOTHING BUT PIERCE BICYCLES.
F. I. Carter, SO W. 3rd So., nor W. Ttnple.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
SOLID IMC GOLD WATCH, FIRST
class order; great bargain. Address N 43.
A FINE 200-ACRE FARM, IN ALFAL
fa and grain, at 2-3 Its actual value; good
water right. Hubbard Inv'L Co., 78 W,
2nd 80. xll2G
GENTLE RIDING PONY. SADDLE,
bridle Hay market, 2nd East, bet. 3rd
and 4th So. " xll50
FURNISHED HOUSE, 0 ROOMS,
modern; rent $25; good returns; close in.
54 S. 1st West. X114G
STOCK AND FIXTURES SMALL
grocery business, fine location. 909 B. 3rd
17 YOUNG LAYING HENS. 773 SO. AV.
3 OF THE BEST FAMILY BROKE
.hdrses In the city, cheap. Call from 10 to
4. 1353 So, 10th East. xlll7
SMALL FRAME BARN TO BE
moved from premises. Price $225. Inqulro
7S West st., Popperton. xll29
BABY CARRIAGE AND BED
lounge. 216 W. First South. xll31
1 HORSE, 1400 LBS.; 1 4-YEAR-OLD
mare, 1 cow, 1 trap, 1 pole harness, new.
250 State. xll3o'
ROOMING HOUSE, IS ROOMS, 3RD
South at, $1100; payment $600 cash and bal.
monthly. Address N 51, Tribune.
HOTEL. EUROPEAN PLAN, FINEST
in the city; price, $6300. Address N 52,
A NICE MARE FOR SURREY, GEN
tlo for lady to drive. Also largo delivery
horse. Inqulro 3S East Fourth South
BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES,
cheap; most popular breed. Box 187, Eu
reka, Utah. x994
BEAUTIFUL- SIDEBOARD AT HALF
price. 135 E. Second South. X1156
HEAVY TEAM. WAGON. HARNESS;
ctoncbed; como Monday after 0. 617 So.
Third East xll&S
TWO WORK TEAMS. WAGON AND
harness; cheap. 676 E. 11th So. xll59
WAGON FOR TRAVELING OR OUT
lng; $45. Room 4, Commerce blk. xlU5
FINE NEARLY NEW KAUFFMAN
buggy and Hl l harnias. Inq. B. & O.
YOUNG. FRESH JERSEY COW AND
calf; 75 E. 4th South. xl0S2
RESTAURANT IN POCATELLO, IDA.;
fixtures almost new: paying $100.0) per
mo,; price $500.(0; good locution. J. B. Per
kins, Pocatcllo, Ida. xl027
FINE DRIVING TEAM. ADDRESS ?33
E. 2nd So. 'Phone 318. xl026
FURNITURE, WHITE SEWING MA
chine; cill Monday morning; 151 So. 2nd
THE G. C. RICHTER CO.
Wo have ono of the finest clgnr stores
In town for sale. $1200 takes It.
Also, ono of tho best hotels; It will clear
over $5000 a year. Investigate this.
A rooming-house. Rent Is less than $2
per room per month. Long lease. You
can see for yourself It's a money-maker.
Also, photo, gallery, grocery, confection
ery, boardlng-houso, restaurant
The G. C. Rlchtcr Co., r. 4, lot Main.
Over Bon Ton Theater.
P. S. Aro you sure of that address?
LOST MONEY FOUND!
Through our system of collecting; no
membership feo; no advance for postages;
no commlzslons If no collections; we ask
patronage on our merits; wo guarantor
results. See our testimonials. R. R. Hud
son. Mgr.. Addresa 5, Walker Bank bldg.
SODA FOUNTAIN; GOOD AS NEW;
coat $250, for $40. Address I 9, Tribune.
grocery, doing first-class business In city.
Owner 111 health. Apply 70 E. N. Tomple.
NEW FURN. 14-R, HOUSE. RENT
cheap; close in; $800.00 down. 933-Y. x932
BEST DAIRY" PROPOSITION IN
Utah, fully equipped. Sells all milk
wholesale, good figure. Very cheap; par
ty obliged to loave State.
Inqulro S. L. Ives, 2481 Wash. ave.. Og
IMPERIAL CAFE, 271 MAIN ST. AP
ply 67 W. 2nd So. xS17
NICE DAVENPORT, GOOD AS NEW.
at Redman's, 128 So. W. Temple. x73l
2 HORSES, WAGON AlS'D HARNESS.
Inquire Recce, at Church stock farm.
LADY'S BICYCLE, CHEAP. AND ONE
large wall clook. Room 310, 149 So. Main
st. y x795
A GAS RANGE. CALL AT B. & O.
warehouse for Mra. Blackmoro. x725
GOOD PAYING RESTAURANT,
cheap. Call 53 Commercial st xl31
CHICKEN RANCH FOR SALE
cheap, or for rent. Box 400. route 5, Tay
loravllle, Utah. x28
STACK OF HAY. FIRST CROP. W. T.
Fcnton, rear 432 S. 4th West. w25?3
NO. 1 FOUNDATION ROCK AT G75 SO.
7th West. W2573
OAK PIANOLA, SLIGHTLY USED.
$125; Clayton Music Co., 103 Main St w2515
BICYCLE "WHEEL BUGGY: GOOD
condition; vory cheap. 123 H. 4th So.
FURNITURE OF 4-ROOM COTTAGE;
closo In. 349 S Went Tomple. wlG54
A FINE BUSINESS PLACE, HAY
ranch, cattle and range For particulars
apply to H. McCain, Hsllwii. Nev. u773
3 UPRIGHT PIANOS, 2 IN PERFECT
condition, all very cheap, or will rent. Tho
Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd So. w2633
NEARLY NEW REMINGTON PAT
tern typo writer. $15; ID W. 1st So. x347
GOOD UPRIGHT PIANO, $100.00;
great bargain. Clayton Music Co., IC'J
Main st xlSS
PICTURE FRAMES AT COStT
Bring us your plcturea for framing. Riv
era Bros., 140 Mnln etreat. t763
HORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
ntablea, 129 W. Bo. Temple. ollOi
BICYCLES. $5 AND UP. MEREDITH?
164 So, W. Tomple. t2553
A NATIONTL CASH REGISTER ON
easy payments. P. O. Box 932. wll32
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE. 23 W. SO.
T-, will sell men's and youth's suits, cash
or easy payments. w2564
UTAH STEAM CARPET AND WALL
papor cleaning Co. Carpets cleaned on
tho lloor, feathers ronovatcd. 'Phono
17S7-IC ' HI142
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON
struotlon: larjje stock of latest chando
lloro. IntorMfc Elcc. Co., 13 E, 1st So. j
ELECTRIC MOTORS, HOISTING EN- Rll
glnes, steam engines, gasoline engines, ' B&tVil
bolleris up to 100 H P., pumps, plpo from ttlwi'iH
2 tp 9 inches, plpo fittings, blacksmith. M&iwiH
tools, blowers of all sIzb, ralle, Bheve liTCnll'H
wheels, shoot steel. Ingersoll drills, boxes, Wffl&, iffl
hangora and ahnf ting, pulleys, elevator. HtUI
engines, laundry machinery, belting, wiro H t4if'!H
rope, asbestos covering, bottom dump Ml ll'l
cara, lot of timbers. Clark Mills, I buy KiV llfl
old plants of machinery of all kinds. J. H MUM
M. Swem, 336 S 3rd West. wUS3 K J'
TIRE VULCANIZING. S
CARRIAGE AND BICYCLE TIRES H TO'il
vulcanized at OBborne'3. 71 13. 4th So. x711 Ifly'fyiBB
BIRD AND "POULTRY STORE. , l
ALL KINDS OF BIRDS. PUPPIES, Rl'l
dogs and pets. 249 S, State x241 fi l
HOUSE AND OFFICE CLEANING. ; jH
DAYTON, OtHO. CLEANING CO.. 53 Im&I
W. 3rd So. Tel. 2398-IC. xSOt jiH
SPIRITUALIST w ' tM
MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT f m 1 jfH
and trance medium. 267 So. West Temple. j JL ; t
' STENOGRAPHER TYPEWRITER j I i
233 ATLAS, THIRD FLOOR, SHORT- 'ill ' r!H
hand, French, German taught Employ- fjtj? jjH
ment registry. 'jjjQ j
ROOFING REPAIRS, REASONABLE. 3 i
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co., 449 W. lnt No. &
t20L if Y, :
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION 1
pleating. Mrs. Jennone, 47 E. 1st So. m412 fr ' B
SECRET SOCIETIES. Hi ' 11
MASONIC NOTICE. MT MORI AH IjMf ' l
Lodgo, No. 2, will iuld it-j regular monthly ,l!fili
meeting tomorrow Monday) evening at S TiHli ilH
o'clock. CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, filWPH
Secretary. . Ill 1 j cHI
MASONS. jr. ijl '
nate bodies of the A. A. S. Rite of Freo K'vjH
Masonry hold stated meetings the third rStl
Thursday In each month at Unity- hall, ;l m ' lH
No. 140 So. Second East street. Sojourn- i ll , iH
lng brethren Invited. I M, 1 tiH
WILLIAM J. LYNCH, 32 deg.. 9d '-H
V. M. Jordan Lodgo of Perfection No. 2. ijij cj j D
WALTER' SCOTT. K. C. C. H.. i 'E
W. M. James Lowo Chapter Rose Crolr iiH
IRA O. RHOADES, K, C. C. H.. ill?! if 1
Commander Salt Lako Council Kadosh fii i
FRED CLEM SCHRAMM. $ IW
K. C. C. H., p ijpj .
M. of K. Utah Consistory No. i! M- a j
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, 33 deg.. j 'H
Registrar for All the Bodies. . 5
MASONIC NOTICE MT. MORI AH hiffi' 1
lodgo No. '2 will hold a special meotlng WrltU'' -aH
tomorrow (Monday) evening at 7:30 o'clock llaHill! aiH
for M. M. degree work. Masons qualified i!0i1m' lUS
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Sec. ntP' illfl
r ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3, F. lltK) lH
?Aand A. M. At Masonic hall, first $1,,
tJTTuesduy of each month. Members, ''l'Mll iH
1 v 0f sister lodges and sojourning H a"
brthren Invited. tKU , jH
FRANK P. SHERWOOD. W. M. M tM
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary. ' M -H
WASATCH LODGE NO 1. F. AND A. A
M Masonlo hall, second Friday each SJW
month. Members of sister lodges and so-
Journlng- brethren In good standing In- Mh
vlted. A. BROWN, W. M. fH
a. j. iajwe. Secrotary. ' i-'WiTi
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND 1 i
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each iK'rHinM
month. Members of sister lodges and so- j2!,r SiH
Journlng brethren In good standing In- IS A ilM
vlted. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M. 'al fi
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL, Secretary. .IPlfH
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. 1! j
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma- WiArt 1 liH
eonlo hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn- 'iLrHi i il
lng Invited. J 'fUnH
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate. IlLL tH
A. BROWN. Recorder. SKflj iH
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. I ff jfl
"WcJomitLNE , Hfi ! Iff
every Tuesday, S o'clock.- at I, O. O. F. .It rS I jl
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103 ,
meets every Friday night at I, O. O. F. 'ftViVl
hall. A fl j
FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA. ' J (Ji"
"'ISvergrbsnTod . I ' I jij. j
every Monday at I. O. O, F. temple. 1 ' ir Jl
T. E. HARPER, F. M. fl
H. J. HESS, Secretary'. S ft
ODD FELLOWS. ' j
UTAH LODGE NO. 1. EVERY i
Thursday, S p. m . I. O. O. F. temple. E'p.
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 16. EVERY
Wednesday. S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple. ' ) J
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F.. )W"
n.eets every Wednesday night at S o'clock. ix (XU
I, O O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
E. B. HENDERSON, N. G. 1 1 Ki
J. C. SMITH. Secretary. j ijSjM
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (d OF ' fdfc I 'H
R) No. 1 Every second and fourth Sat-. HBk S
unlay. S p. m . I. O. O- F. temple. !$ i
MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.) NO. 5. , j j
Every first and third Saturday. S p. ra.. L f'jM
O. O. F. temple. Rebekahs Invited. , f!
KN 1GHT5- OF P YTH I A S. llif
! CALANTIIE-MYRTLB LODGE NO. 1.
every Monday. K. ofhag. & & 1 1 j H
Q. S THOMPSON. K. of R. & S. uSM ',ti
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P jrf, :
meets every Tuesday evening, 8 o clock. S fi
K. of P. ha"- . L'fffi
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3. fi K
Every Thursday evening. K. of P. hall. ' frf '
K O. T. M. SALT LAKE TENT NO. J. I H W j fl
Evc'rv Thursday. I. O. O. F. hall. Visit- , L'tfliJ fl
lng Knlghta Invited. ' B V j
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES. , ,J. 1
alt" lake crrTn7vEN7T'4 ' If, L j
meets every first and third Tuesday. 8 1
p. m.. I. O. O- F. hall. . P J
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. j j
SALT LAKE AERIE NO. 67. EVERY I I
Friday. 8 p. m.. A. O. U. W. hall. , .
FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD. 1 1; 1 11
EGOHyYLODGElPoT ' W I 1
and third Tuesday. 8 p. m., A. O. U. W. W k
jIijHH j jtl
S. L. COUNCIL. 1C17. 2ND AND 4TH , ;j (i
Thursday. JennlngBlk. jQp jilH
E. L. JONES. Sec. I 1 :JM!
DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF j i'MIHH
AMERICA. i ' VliM
'HAAETrToDGE NO. 78. EVERY 1ST ' . l
and 3rd Thursday, I. O. O. F. tompl. it S