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SS WEDNESDAY MOipnirO, JTOT 2T, ISOi E3! g-AOTJOAItE TRIETOIE: PAGE THREE
rt Line Can Build
trial All Ordered and En-
SJ (gmeer Placed in unarge
t of Construction.
t.fj' Jflrly $320,000 the Amount of First
P Appropriation for Improvement
ftfefe. lin Northern Part of This City.
rST Tj The executive committee of tho Oro
- ; ml Short Line in New York has ap
Ji joyed the flrat appropriation for the
paaiej &th Salt Lake shop plant. The
j Sount Is nearly $320,000 and this rep
gents the amount of work that Is to
Jdone at once upon the round house
id shops for which ground Is being
lDl w filled at North Salt Lake, details
lit? $ne "lV0rK heing given some days ago.
From 125 to 130 immense cars of
i gj1 xivel are now belnc dumped on the
letiJ Te daUy and the C0,nPanv ,s orderlnS
is.art Jlklnds of material for the buildings,
S brk on which Is to begin within two
hthl SB. S. Anderson will be the assistant
a&Jj jgineer In charge of construction and
flls now gathering his forces and se
? J cting tools and machinery from the
aiij rehouse of the engineering depart-Ice,ti-
lent at Shoshone. All these will be
yed'fe lipped at once to Salt Lake and early
roaj'v "'August a large force will be at work
i V; the round houso which is to have
3 r& The foundation will be of concrete,
? it will have to be laid on piling in the
St place, owing to the nature of the .
sbfe :oundr The buildings proper will be
itlrai This Is the most important step yet
Isha tide In the matter of depot and ter
ftr6 lhal facilities at Salt Lake. This np
'la?l rbprlatlon is for the yard and shops
" tjNorth Salt Lake and Is a good illus
" . jatlon of the large amount the com
0 Tis any will appropriate for local im
iryjpvements before the whole plan be
,fcy Railroad Notes.
ofC?: S, Anderson is back from Call-
"ffiujy SO is railroad day at the big
rihbw at St. Louis.
JjwC. F. Warren of the Santa Fe is back
l-'jjpm the Northwest.
rmS5. H, Manderfield of the Northwest-ie'-3n
has returned to town.
:of.'fThe street car system carried over
' besf tOOO passengers on Monday,
cferafllc Director J. C. Stubbs of the
frrlrnan lines has returned to Chlca-
"iT rafllc Manager T. M. Schumacher of
-jfie Oregon Short Line has returned to
President Wallace and Manager Mur
V !y of the R. M. Bell Telephone are
ii tck from the North.
T$ T. R. Keetan, agent of the Inlerna-f.ir-
mal &. Great Northern at Oakwood
Ml? :x., went through to his home yes
?o5 ay from tne Yellowstone,
injs? The, mammoth order for locomotives
Isjwj. & cars mentioned In The Tribune
niit Re weeks ago seems to be attracting
sJHm Wglderable notice in trade journals of
1 e East.
itJ U. A Longshore and John McLaugh
If LjOf San Francisco passed through on
Sfj e Rio Grande yesterday on the way
ifthe convention of teamsters at Cin
nnalL ttitEhe Portland Oregonlan argues that
iswjfto Santa Fe will have to build Into
c '.:.? Pacific northwest. Not so long as
ias I1'001 exIsls between that road and the
y i v SUthern Pacific.
thb'lf jJjSarly Days of the Pacific Rall
; ds Is the title of an interesting ar-i-lii
r.le Dy w- L Park, superintendent of
i e 2 Union Pacific, In the current num
iarw r.'of the Engineering Review. One of
l naSj c pictures is a view of Salt Lake in
nn;v53 Wechanlcal Superintendent F. Mertz--'f
Imer of the Denver & Rio Grande
r ' y ts a Salt Lake visitor yesterday, be
TWj fS- accompanied by Mrs, and Mies
?rt2helmer, Miss Sharpe and a son
'0iW h hs brlde The-V ai"e ln Car A,
flit1 2Icn is sidetracked under the trees
je?, ar the freight depot.
tfBt '"tho ? t6 Kind y'J Haw AMr Bougb;
HfeW MAERIAG-E LICENSES.
ls.'l?n,0. M Gulwits. Denver, Colo 20
ItF3 M- T1,n1, Nt'w York clly 23
rtnlctMl?1 1,luUtrHOn. Salt Lake 25
.-' S' Jol,anson, Salt Lake 30
jI3jKic,- .bJ' to Erlgham and Fannie, 2
'pamrn terrace, July 21.
jlmcs. eirl to Joseph and Martha, 1113
dW'l?!"h brventh East. Julv 23.
-broy i0, A- L- lini1 Harriet, C31
-jRi Mam, July. 2;.
ffi?.V.tlri, 10 Jamea and jf.. 750 West
ailUUtflSJcnih South, July 2a.
PMm1 B,rl t0 w- u- and Nora, W2
Tfr&Uf" Sl,cn South Julv 23.
Ki J"".. Blvl to Joseph and Anna, 1132
SSI;1 fourth East. July 20.
HBhr . . l1,lln East, July 17.
iKSl Thl; iBl A?v untl H"ma, 2C7
K-ti; T,ll.r(1 North, July 17.
retfB Sn 1ju& an1 MarthQ 1210
U BVRIAL PERMITS.
Wflffl; 'jSyn of S. N SU Mark's
irtW&!ejuTj. ?f u5cd Holy Cross hoa
SlrtSJV St- Mark".
MAY1 SELL PLANT
AT JORDAN NARROWS
Next Friday Fixed as tho Day for
Commissioners to Accept
Unless another postponement is made,
the big plant erected by the Salt Lake
City Water & Electrical Power com
pany In the Jordan Narrows will he
eold at public snle on Friday, July 29.
The sale will be made by Morris Soin
ner, who was appointed commissioner
In the case by District Judge Hall. The
last upset price fixed for the properly
The case, which was begun in No
vember, 1900, by George P. Holman and
other creditors of the company, has
now been In the District court for
nearly four years. After the first com
plaint was filed other creditors brought
suit, and finally all of the cases were
consolidated and tried together. On
April 11, 1903, the court rendered its de
cision in the caw, finding in favor of
the plaintiffs and rendering judgment
for an amount between $3GO,000 and $365,
000. Three times has the upset price for
the sale of the property been fixed, aird
each successive time has the minimum
amount at which the property can be
sold been lowered. On October 21, 190.",
it was fixed at 5G5.000. and on Febru
ary 19. 1904, this was cut to SC0.000. The
last upset price fixed by the court was
on May 13, 1904, when it was placed as
low as 545,000- Several times the datc
for the sale haa been set, but each time
a postponement has been granted for
one reason or another. On June 29 the
date of the sale was set for July 29,
and it Is- believed that the sale will be
pulled off on Friday.
Cases Set for Today.
-f- DISTRICT COURT. -r
- Division No. 1. Judgo HalL -f
-f- Law and motion calendar.
Division No. 2. Judge Stewart.
-f- No court. -f
Division No. 2 Judgo Morse.
-f- No setting.
-y Division No. 3 Judge Lewis.
CITY COURT. -r
Civil Division. Judge Tanner. -f-
4- No court. -f-
Two complaints were sworn to yester
day against C. W. Johnson, charging him
with assault and with resisting an of
ficer. In the complaint charging assault
ho Is alleged to have struck Deputy Sher
iff Axel Steele at Caldor's park on' Mon
day, and In the other complaint he Is
charged with having resisted an officer.
Both complaints were sworn to by Deputy
Sheriff Joseph Sharp, and the prisoner
will be arraigned before Justice of the
Peace F. M. Bishop of Farmer's precinct.
In speaking of the affair, the officers say
the attack made upon Deputy Steele was
wholly unprovoked. Johnson is said to
have walked up to Steele and knocked
him to the ground without the slightest
excuso whatever Johnson, who Is a
husky bollermaker; knocked tho deputy
down four or five times as fast as ho got
up until Deputy Sharp appeared on the
scene. Sharp placed Johnson under ar-
rcsi, dui uctoic no couiu manacle ills
man he broke away and started to beat
Steele unmercifully. Deputy. Andrew
Smith came to the assistance of the other
officers just as Sharp succeeded In
knocking Johnson down with a blow on
the head from handcuffs. The three then
managed to manacle his hands and landed
him finally in the county Jail. The fray
was strenuous and lively whllo It lasted,
and a soldier who played the part of
"Happy Hooligan" was knocked out by
Andy bmlth. It was the soldier's inten
tion to help the officers, but he mistook
Andy for a friend of Johnson's and mado
a vicious swing at the officer while ho
was kneeling on the ground. Smith
ducked the blow and then landed on thy
soldier, knocking him cold with a right
swing to the Jaw. Deputy Steele was con
fined to his room yesterday, but it Is not
thought that his Injuries will prove at all
Deputy Sheriff Joseph Timothy of Uin
tah county made a trip of nearly 200
miles by wagon to bring a prisoner to the
penitentiary here. The prisoner, who was
turned over to the prison Warden bv Mr.
Timothy yesterday, Is Thomas Terrell,
sentenced to a term of one year for grand
larceny. He was convicted before Judgo
Booth of the Fourth District court at
Vernal. The deputy sheriff experienced
considerable difficulty In bringing his
prisoner here single-handed. Ho kept him
handcuffed all the time and at night tied
him to the wagon wheels. The deputy
will bring his next man by rail.
In the case of Charles C. Peterson vs.
Louisa Pearson, as administratrix of tho
estate of Martin Pearson, deceaacd. a de
cree was rendered by Judge Hall yester
day quieting title in the plalntlfT io u
piece of properly In section 31, township
l south of range 1 cast, of Salt Lake
Judgment by stipulation was rendered
by Judge Hall yesterday In the ease of
Frank Hlgglns vs. John W. Mitchell,
quieting title In the plaintiff lo the Hlg
glns No 1 and Hlgglns No. 2 claims, and
In the defendant Conway to the Ruby
mining claim, all Bltuated In thg West
Mountain mining district, Salt Lake
Decrees of divorce were granted to
thrpc unha-jpy wives by District Judgo
Hall yesterday. Beatrice Wllkerpon was
granted a divorce from Thomas E. Wll
kerson on tho ground of neglect Tho
couple were married Der-mber 21. 1S91,
Declared superior to best Bohemian
Beers by the Experimental Station
for the Brewing Industry of Bohemia,
Bohemian Beers for centuries
the acknowledged standard of Jgbv lYtsg3SS!
quality have been patterned ilv'
after by brewers of all countries. 7$s1t '
Tho Product of
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
IS BOTTLED ONLY AT THEIR HOME PLANT AT
St. Louis, U.S.A.
A visit to tho World's Fair City should Include n trip to and throuch
the Anheucer-BuEch Brewery. All nro welcome.
Vg Orders Promptly Filled by , ,,.
Olson & Lytic, Distribute vf, Salt Lako City.
at Grand Junction. Colo. The plaintiff is
awarded the custody of a minor child and
S15 a month alimony for a period of
On the grounds of desertion and non
support, Katie Whelon was granted a de
cree from Thomas Whelon. Tlioy wore
married at Farmlngton June 17. 1S02. Tho
plaintiff was restored to her maiden name
of Katie Burton, and tho defendant was
ordered to pay her 520 per month as tem
The third decree of divorce was granted
to Jessie K. Bennett from John J. Ben
nett, on the ground of failure to provide
with the common necessaries of life.
They Avcrc married November ii. 1900, at
Mt. Tdaho, Ida. The plalntln.' was permit
ted to resume her maiden name of Jesslo
Injunction proceedings wore com
menced In the District court yesterday
by Edward R. McLaury against tho
Aetna Real Estate Investment company,
the Western Investment company, J. W.
Houston and the Houston Real Estate In
vestment company. Tho plaintiff nllcges
that he has a right of way over land
owned by tho defendants for a spur
track to a warehouse on the plaintiff's
land and leased by him to Armour &
Co. Tho plaintiff asks for a decreo
quieting hlr. title to tho right of way
end an order restraining tho defendants
trom Interfering In any way with tho
use of the track by tho plaintiff or his
For seventeen years Joseph Griffiths has
abused his wife and treated hor with
cruelty, according to the complaint for
divorce filed by Ellabeth Griffiths in tho
District court yesterday. Tho plaintiff
alleges that "about the month of July,
1S&7, defendant came home drunk where
plaintiff was and called plaintiff vllo and
abusive names and violently struck her,
with his fist, in tho face and, on her
attempting to escape from him, defend
ant throw largo stone3 at her. ono of
,whlch struck her with great violence;
and defendant then and there otherwlso
divorce filed by Elizabeth Griffiths In the
abused hor. On or about tho 25th
day of October. 1S96. defendant vio
lently struck plaintiff in the faro
with his fist and attempted to hit
hor with a chair, but on her evad
l!ng the blow, said chair, breaking struck
Mho door of thj house, breaking both said
chair and said dooi The plaintiff
charges her husband with being
guilty of habitual drunkenness for
more than ten years anJ with calling her
vllo and abusive- names. I hey wero
married In this city June IS, 1SS5. Thero
Is no Issue of the marriage.
It is Interesting to note tho largo num
ber of foreigners that have been nat
uralized during tho past few weeks. In
order to voto at tho coming election it is
necessary that tho Intending votor, who
is an alien, become a citizen of th
United States ninety days beforo th
election. Under this provision nf Un
law there are only a few days lcfl in
which to become 3iaturallzed and take
part In tho general election this fall.
Since January 1 this year there have
been eighty-four citizens admitted in tho
Third .district court, and out of this num
ber furty-three. or moro than one-half,
wcro natura-liz'cd during the present
month. Adding to this sixteen admitted
in Juno leaves only twenty-live for tlu
previous Ave months, against Mfty-nlni-for
June and July. This seems to be a
matter that is put off until nearly the last
moment and It Is expected that thero
will be a largo number swear allegiance
lo Uncle Sam during the last weok.
Tn his affidavit for admission the appli
cant must not only entirely renounce and
abjure all allegiance to Ay foreign ruler
or Stalo and swear to support tho con
stitution of the United States, but hu
must also swear that at tho time of his
admission to the country he was not a
polygamlst. anarchist or a person who be
lieved In or advocated tho overthrow by
force or violence of tho government of
tho United States. Ho is examined as to
his morality and general knowledge of
the American form of government. The
test In civil government Is not difficult
and only one applicant thus far has been
refused his final papers. Tills man said
he thought the people of the United Slates
all gathered together at one place to mako
the laws. The last foreigners admitted
are: Hans P. Hanson. Charles Kruse,
Andrew Brlsen, John Allermand, Karl V.
R Pherson, Denmark; John Fcrrell,
Frank Robinson. E. A. Lessor, Robert 11.
Peel. Thomns Fcrrell, Herbert Gator,
England; Thomas Morgan. Wales; Emll
Larson. Paul, Frederlckson, Oscar W.
Anderson. Olaf Fred Wahlberg. Carl Os
car Olson. Sweden: John MoKenzle, Scot
land; John Schelken, Switzerland, and
William Armstrong, Australia.
Gold and Silver in Nov? York.
MTDDLETOWN, N. Y.. July 23. A
strnTo or gold and silver In largo quanti
ties has been made In an old abandoned
lead mine In the Shawangunk mountains,
near Olisville. Samples assayed by ex
perts were found unusually rich. Tho
mint- lo believed to h. tho famous "lost
gold mine of Mamakatln."
" In S. S. S. Nature has provided .1 tonic suited
lstelA9 to every requirement of the system when in a debilitated,
ruu-don condition. It contains no strong- minerals or
drugs, but is a pleasant vegetable preparation. You can find no better reme
dy for toning up the nerves and bringing refreshing, restful sleep.
S. S. S. improves the ap
petite and digestion audits , Ihavo uaod S. S. S. and found it to bo an oscol
rrood efFeotq nro A o1,t,rtcf lout blood Purlflor nnd tonic. My oystom boonrao
gooa cuects are seen almost vory mucn run down and dobllltatod. I loot
from the first dose. It acts twouty or moro pounds In wolght, hud noappo
promptly in cases of chronic tlt0 and Wft3 in 0 batl shnP- Sooinrr S. S. S. ad
cj:4' i vortlaod 1 boganlto uso, and am woll ploaaod. with
dyspepsia, indigestion and tho results after usinir it for oomo little while,
all Stomach troubles, and From 139 poundo to 165 lu protty good ovidonco
does away wi tli the uncom- of merit on tho part of S.S.S. H. MARTIN,
fortable fullness, shortness 50 Second St., Warren, Ohio,
of breath, drowsiness and dizziness that so often come after eating. S. S. S.
is not only the best tonic, but possesses alterative br purifying properties,
and if there is any taint, humor or poison in the blood, it searches it out and
removes it. Many times a low state of health is due to a bad condition of
the blood and can only be remedied by such a remedy asS. S. S.
If you suffer from debility, weakness, insomnia, nervousness, loss of ap
petite, bad digestion, or an' of the miserable symptoms of a disordered
blood, nothing will so soon put j'our blood in good condition, invigorate
and tone up the system and restore the health as S. S. S.
THE SWBFT SPEGUfBC GQ- ATLANTA, CA:
I Ihe Soda Water 1
Is tho soda water at Schramm's.
j Tho juices, tho water, tho ico
:i cream, every ingredient placed
SI in a glass at our famous soda
I fountain is the purest product
of the kind that we can procure.
"Wo make our own ico croam,
which tho inspoctors have de
clared to be absolutely pure,
and our syrups are made from
the puro fruit juice not from
substitute drugs and injurious
coloring matter. Tho standard
of purity in soda water is found
ot our soda fountain, where no
I-n liquors are sold.
Where the Cars
immWIMM I III HI 111 I II liiltt bi BMhI I1 Nl 'I
j MWJ WORRY-1
?, THE r
S An Ideal Instrument for tho R
Summer Home. B
' PRICE $230. I
ji Metrostyle Model, S300.
; Purchasable on moderato monthly (f
Carstcnsen &.Anson Co, S
"j (Incorporated.) p
Temple of Music. R
..74 MAIN STREET..
I Successors to Daynea Music Co. fo
Sm3 Users of just ordinary tyjf
Kj "good flour" nro most agree
nw ably surprised on their first
I FLOUR. I
n Tho Guaranteed BrancL fcM
UTAH BCODlNG'-'rirG COiy
COTTON FELT ) r"
MATTnE53. df S
Better than any Eastern mako. Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & IYlTg Co.,
Salt Lako City, Utah.
239 JjIAXNT STUEET.
l-lau Opened. $
ti Open day urd night. Tel. 001-Y. X
Tray Ordoro -Solicited. 2
m G K ? sf-r -I Q -
1 I You hovo always meant to
I buy a STEINWAY Plano
jj that ii your Ideal. You don't
j know how the idea came to you
that Steinways are tho bcit.
Wc can tell you. It u
No one told you jo. The
world ayj jo, and when the j
Steinway goes home you will j
I know why better every day.
V I bUL-D ONLY BY
Clayton Music Co
i 109 Main St New Storo.
Do You Suffer?!
Q Th03c hot days arc pretty hard
-y on tho feet and If you aro a victim. 9
O wo offer you a solution for tho -f
- trouble. 9
f FOOT- POWDER $
0 Is a certain cure for swollon, ach-
" Ing feet and sweating feet. It also
keeps tho shoes, sweet, dry and
A Kc box doea tho work and if "x
"X yon are not satisfied with tho re- J
2 suit you get your money back Jt
q Prepared only by us.
IF I Hii i !
1 1 o LP IIIeLEL. I
1 DRUG COMPANY
-tr , --
O Cor. Opp. tho Postofflce. 9
Wo ore selling lots of Lownoy's
Chocolates these days, because
-- they aro always fresh.
Notice io business Men
and fa Public.
When you get tired of having your
lights and other oloctrical appliances
being fooled with by incompetents,
you'll profit by employing tho Colum
bian Electrical Supply Co., who pro
pose to raiso the standard of work in
their line, which includes everything
electrical. All work guaranteed.
Call at place of business, 36 Rich
ards street or 'Phono.
Neldeir-Judson Drug Co.
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. j
fcn POSTOFFICE BOS 370.
EDW. C. SMITH. Pres.
.lOHN P. COBB. VIce-Prea. & Mpr.
JNO. J. JUDSON. Treaa.
W F. U PEARL. Sec
Sliver Lake, Bijr Cottonwood Canyon.
Dally staKo via Park City, connecting
with trains, and stage every other day up
Big Cottonwood canyon, leaving Cullcn
hotel at 7 a. ni.
TcL 2G. Murray Exchange, or Brighton
hotel. HYRUM KELSON. Prop.
IF YOU WANT CASH j ! I
FOR YOUR I
No matter how largo they aro or In ' V$Mz ll
what town. city. State, or Territory. mf'ri ,,,k&. fH
If we did not know wo could collect "TJiffijj ll
your bills, wo certainly would not bo y H
paying out money to advertise. ifn X w i ll
"V7e advertise Dccauso wo wnnt your 5!Sv S !!5 3 H
claims for collection. Our ability to mako .t-p-A fm
collections -whero all others havo failed, JwmMx s P 1
has enabled us to build up the largest col- ifj'rjr fssr , I
lection buslneds In the world. Snamm JtX 1
This ad. Is sure to bring many claims to SiCKNfi ' J 1
our offices for collection, and wo aro Just YjZ!$f ' 1
as sure to collect these claims and mako K &-f stTZr ' i IH
monov in commissions thereon. J ,
WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED WE COLLECTED 5
LAST WEEK LAST WEEK LAST WEEK 1
! $a5J0 umjm $mm H
I -rr -r, rr,-, , , Eor Hewitt, the Dent-
! For George G. Hen- Eor The Kentucky ist. Ifc wns 13 years I jH
! dricks of Logan. Liquor Company. old. j H
Does any body owe you? Do you want the moneyP If so, write g H
or call on us. B H
! leeiTO' mmmmi asso68ation I I
SCIENTIEIC COLLECTORS OF BAD DEBTS.
j REPORTERS of HOW people pay their bills. ;
; Established 11 1-2 years. Representatives everywhere. 0fnce3 top m
: floor Commercial block, Salt Lake City.
I FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gen'l Mgr.
! "SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US."
BTTTTrmill I lit I II II I -..ni-. m-. jxj p , . i. . , in, . i .... . , t IB
j DOCTOR COOK cu !,rES I
I Prostatic Troubles Sgit Nenous Debility t
pormacsntly cured, no mat- J&lF Curw quick and radical in C
l ter how long standing the Vfff 20 lo 00 days, by my own fa- ; H
disease, in from 5 to 20 days. vyL 1 roous method. I IH
i Stricture M gtt m Varicocele
: tentlon from bM8.ne8B. & J):
Wasting Weakness W "Jma, Foon disappear com- I VM
. , A rN. jft plotoly and forovor; it is G B
limo of ouro. 10 to 60 "v-Hgk safe, painless and bloodless. I
days, by my original, very -vflTs. y,J&& An absolute euro ituujlw- f
i otraple remedy (used ciciu- f ffgn& k5r4R ttcL f tM
a , o . 1ft , IsQZM? Evo' vostlgo of poison ?
cured In 8 to 10 days, with- ' (rfJw removed from system with- f
out tho use of poisonous .Jjr out aid of meroury or pot- f iiH
drugs. ash. f 1
Consultation is freo and invited, an d in consulting me you may bo suro that I liiH
nothing that science can devlso or skill perfect has boon left undone to afford t liH
you a speedy, safe and permanent euro. y IH
WRITE me In full conndence, explaining your troubles as they appear to I tiH
you, axA receive by return mall my honest and candid opinion of your case. I H
I Good smoke and tho praise of it comes from tho $
(j mouth of every man -who smokes a Gato Cresslda, j
j RIEGER & LINDLEY,
i "The Whiskey Merchants."
UPPER FALLS RESORT
Most beautifully situated resort In tho
State. Fino trout fishing. Plenty of
shade, cold spring water, dancing pavilion,
new dining-room, no mosquitoes, no sa
loon. The Ideal family outing place. Telo- 1
phono or write L. L- DONNAN, j
J OHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST. '
P. O. Box 682. Salt Lake City.
Thoroughly equipped and in com- j H
pleto order. Location most central B H
and convenient to all places of In- jj H
torcat. c H
EUROPEAN PLAN. fl
POPULAH PRICES. 9 IH
Your patronage Is solicited. 3 H
B. L. 'M. BATES, 3
I APPEAL TO iVIEN I
J Men Who Suffer From Waste of Strength,
? " ervous Debility, Varicocele, Early De-
X flf' y Cfly Rheumatism, Weak Back,
X L&fjf Stomach and Kidney Trouble.
4j X N' JIAIs' SHOULD DE WEAK; NO MAN SHOULD SUFFEIl THE LOSS OF X
1 sPiC tnat v'tal elmcnt which renders Ufo worth living. No man should allow hlmsolf to 4- 1
if I Sz'SX becomo less a man than nature Intended him; no man should suffer for the sins of .t- H
4- vfW his youth, when thero Iw at hand a certain euro for his weakness, a check to his loss jH
r cL yrSv& of sfoiigth.
i &jyrj?'' Most of the pains, most of Uio weakness of stomach, heart, brain and nerves -j- H
J SvJiJSdi from which men suffer arc due to an early losa of nature's reserve powor througli H
S tilciW 1 W$iw5b mistakes of youth. You need not suffer for this. You can i)o restored. The very H
vjj ovf element which you have lost you can get back, and you may bo as happy ns any jH
ft- jH" man that lives. 4- jH
"t" fSaw My Electric Belt, with Special Electric Suspensory, will rcstoro your strength. It -4- H
vG&jf chuck all drains and give back tho old vigor of youth. H
-f- vr fjf 1 havo cured thousands of men who havo squandered tho savings of years in -t- H
T v useless doctoring. 4- H
"f XiC b0,t ls casj to use: l,ut Jt 0,1 when you go to bed; you feel the glowing heat H
T Yxb 1 from lt no stinS or burn, as in old-style belts), nnd you feel tho nerves tingle with -r M
T Y&Pl J tho new Ufo llowlng Into them. You get up In tho morning feeling like a two-year- T flH
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T. i'K & $- An olu man of ' sn's nc fee,a as strong as ho did at 35. That shows lt renews T 'H
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T ylA m; 11 cures Rheumatism, Sciatic Pains, Lumbago, Kidney Trouble. It banishes H
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J 1 IMPOTENCY, YARICOCELE AND GENERAL DEBILITY.
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h k iliKTii v Dr- McLaughlin: Juno 11, 19W. SH
v- M A $. as Dear Sir: 1 am sure that T am completoly cured, for I do not feol anything of tH
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t 4 SiV Jl2S G..B. STAFF6RD. 4-
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X Dr. McLaughlin: ' Volton. WTyo.. March I. 1WM. X 1
J. Dear Sir: 1 received tho Bolt on February 12th, and have been using It regularly and following your directions close- H
ly. 1 see a very decided chaiigo for tho bettor In myself already, for I don't got up with that tired feeling In the morn- 4- iH
-i- lng, and the pains In my baolc have gone. I believe tho Belt will make a now man of me altogether. flH
' Yours truly, s. E. DONALDSON.
X What ails you? "Write nnd tell me, nnd no matter -where you are, I think 1 can glvo you tho address of some ono in X fll
T your town that I have cured. I've cured thousands, and ovory man of thorn ls a walking advertlsoment for my Bolt. H
I Every man who ever used it recommends it, because it ls Iioik'sL It does great work, and those whom I havo cured 4- ftH
T arc the most grateful because the euro costs so little flH
T Every man who uses my Bolt gets the advice and counsel of a physician free. I give you all that any medical man -X H
T can glvo you, and a lot that lie can't. J- 1
X Try my Bell. Wilto mo today for my beautifully Illustrated book with cuts showing how my Belt Is applied, and 4- H
J- lots of good reading lor men who want to bo "The Noblest Work of God." A MAN. Inclose this ad. and I will send thla 4- fH
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