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5ay aroBXixo, 'ArorRT 12, 1004. THE SALT LAKE TRIBTJXE. ' ' page NDns H
pitied for the Fire
K'Bidders Turned Down
emple Paving Is Not
IJging of the Board of Pub
f&eld yesterday afternoon,
jSMlwas awarded for the ini
vlKo be made at Fire Statlpn
felerk W. H. "Wilkina was
mo ask the Council for au
ijKadvertlss for bids for the
31'jKremple street paving. To
fRfmlsfh "was awarded the
eiMttnc work nt tnfr 1,re sa
TjKld of $929S beincr the lowest
rjBue. As noon as the action
$K?has been approved by the
Contractors will commence
IJMvemenls (o be made at Fire
Wjl consist in the building of
vKl'on for the ladder truck, a
,Kto accommodate the police
and wagon, as well as
.pVfire horses and extensive
VSin the fire station proper.
'sRvas advertised for several
jBbut when the bids were i-e-'
jMjTdechled by the Council to
iMthe proposals and the work
.Hdone by day labor under
LJBprin of the chief of the-dc-;
npfrthe City Building Inspec
iKi was abandoned when the
Informed the - Council
id" be Illegal to have ' the
t'tBthcnvise than by contract
Jte. were advertised for.
rBiQ. Other Bidders. ,
JSn' to Allen & Roemlsch
jjBSeven other bidders for the
jfM?, proposals, which were
jKe ineetlng of the board yes
ViHTas follows- Allen & Rocm
iBBpell, Noall & Co.. $95-15; C
Fred Dreyc-r, $3750;
?iMH 9S75, Anderson & Chv-
"2Kfw J' Dc'a11' ?10'40; c'
ir DESTROYS EYE.
moved at Keogh-Wright
m, who accidentally shot
lente, Nov.. two days ago,
veogh-IVright hospital rc
l an operation by which
jc yas removed. J. A. Den-
ang man's unrle. In who.MJ
I1 cldent occurred, took him to
i v. Denton is at the Cullen.
a liiow perfoi-med the opra
3i tfay night. The bullet hod
he cheek, and while It d'.d
l te the eye. It grazed the
plte of the serious nature
Ellon the patient will be up
according to Dr. Snow, in
, , En. flays.
'.e & of the' accident Denton
'rt a 32-calibre revolver.
Wm Th3 Kind You Haia Always BocgR
ti for Her Baggage.
Ithlger. trading as Ottln-
? Jpfllce, is charged with con-
' U own use property alleged
h entrusted to him for de-
complaint Hied In the Dls
f yesterday by Ara Keppcr.
- I; alleges that on July 30.
' justed her trunk, suit case
to the defendant for the
vlng the same transferred
g jrande Western depot. On
3 nd subsequent thereto the
Inia to have demanded the
no property and says that
J wit refused to deliver the
:;The value of the property
$5959, and for this amount
xmfe pants sale. Your choice
Jobbery Reported on the
rally conceded that the nl
Wsencc of crime during the
Ring's circus to thei city
Wr the vigilance of tile po
tent. Only one robbery was
5ng the entire time, which
EM a remarkable record.
oc Mill Creek claimed
thVJIf slanulnC at the ticket
JS ?how grounds, with both
IfQto ret tilfm on the cash
nf behl,ld nl, Picked
WU ?7 roU O"1' a com
tiew porpone were about the
yje time, and Davis snyfe be
Thiu"a lh lnn walk
Jnony Instead of trv
f rin lhe thief- Dav,t5 went
'hher u8cai)e(1 lnth(
Ithft?rn.f r'nCh )re3S0d
B2h,: ,U03t of thfm '"Plain
rthirfl hrh n,11&Hnfr people
Sln?ii8pTlul officer, who
E ; lcf departments nil
""."s! "s"s. Nature lias provided atouited
to every requirement of the system when in a debilitated,
7W. w;eni "i011 condition. It contains no stromj minerals or
t Tr infi ll n nt vetablppreparation. You can find no better reme
dy lor topinff up the nerves and bringing refreshing, restful sleep. '
o. o. S. improves the ap- r
petite and digestion, and its , 1 "&vouood S.S. S. and found :t to boanoxcel-
good effects are seen almost muoh Uroriand ton' system boeamo
ft-. r,i- 74- yory muoh run down and dobllitatod. I lost
from the liry. dose. It acts twenty or raoro pounds In woitrht, had no appo
promptly in cases of chronic in(i?Iialna bacl nhapo. Soolns- 3. S. S.ad
tlvsnensia indio-ocfjon nnrl Jrtl52dl boj?anit3 uso.and amwoUplonscd with
nil .,nJ,-,on am) thoroculta aftor'uslni? it for Gomo llttlo whllo.
all Stomach troubles, and From 139 poundn to IOC is pretty (rood evidenco
does away with the uncom- of moritonthopartofS. S. S. H. MABTIK.
fortable fullness, shortness 00 Socond st- VT-arron, Ohio,
of breath, drowsiness and dizziness that"so often come after eating. S. S. S.
is not only the best tonic, but possesses alterative or purifyingproperties,
and if there is any taint, liumor 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 as S. S. S.
If 3'ou suffer from debility, wikness, insomnia, nervousness, loss of ap
petite, bad digestion, or any of the miserable symptoms of a disordered
blood, nothing will so soon put your blood in good condition, invigorate
and tone up the system and restore the health, as S. S. S.
"a HE SWflFT SPEGSIFfO GO? A7AC$T2 KM
. ' 1$ WANTED
Frail Growers Profit
' by Experiments.
Assistance of Commercial
Club to Be In-
Cash Prizes Offered iot Orchard
and Garden Fruits In This
The need of a branch experiment sta
tion for lhe middle northern counties
of Utah w'll be the most Important sub
ject of consideration at a meeting- of
the Salt Lake County Horticultural so
ciety, to be held Saturday, August 13,
in the Commercial club-rooms. The
movement has the sanction of the State
Board of Horticulture, and it is desired
ii.. . l r . i. t , .. i
the aid of the Commercial club In se
curing the new station, which It Is de
signcd shall be conducted under the
auspices of the Agricultural college ex
periment station at Logan.
Why Station Is Needed. '
"The principal reason why a branch
station Is needed," said J. H. Parry,
secretary of the State Board yesterday,
"is that experiments carried on at Lo
gan, on account of the high altitude
of that locality, aro not always appli
cable to the State at large, and es
pecially lo the region from 3richum
City south to Juab county, which 5s the
best fruit-raising district of the State.
This is the district in which the best
peaches, apricots, peal's and slmUar
fruit are grown, and It would be of
great advantage to have an experiment
station located in one of the central
counties of the district either in Salt
Luke or one of the counties adjoining
It' on the north or south."
Programme for Meeting.
Some of the members of the State
Board of Horticulture will be In at
tendance at the meeting1 Saturday af
ternoon to take part In the discussion
of this subject of so much Interest1 to
fruit growers, and all persons Inter
ested In the industry aro invited 'to
be present. The programme arranged
for the meeting Is as follows: Opening
remarks on the alms and objects of the
society, by President BUVgon; "Fruit
Culture," by .Mr. Terry, Draper; "Ap
ples and Pears," by L. Hamenway,
Granger; "Peaches," by C. A. Castro,
Holiday; "Cherries," by Mr. Brown,
Premiums for Fruit.
At the last regular meeting of the
County Horticultural society It was
voted to offer premiums, limited to this
county, upon orchards and fruit gar
denstwo cash premiums and' a diplo
ma to each First, for the best apple
or pear orchard; second, for the best
orchard of stone fruits, and, third, for
the best small fruit carden.
The points on which the awnrds will
be made will Include the varieties,
quality and productiveness of the fruit
as well as upon cultivation, Irrigation
and treatment against Insect pests.
Entries for the foregoing should be
made lo A. Y. Casey, 95 Commercial
block, on or before September 45, 190-1.
Application to Mr Casey will procure
details In relation to the foregoing.
It Is hoped that a generous response
fclll be made to this offer, not so much
on account of the premiums as to en
courage the business of fruit growing
.fnd to bring the horticulturists In
touch with each other.
The premiums offered are as follows:
Apple and pear orchard First prize,
$10; second pribe, $5; third prize, di
ploma. Stone fruit orchard First prize, $5;
second prize, $3; third prize, diploma".
Small fruit garden First prize, ?5;
second prze, S3; third prize, diploma.
WORKED TOO WELL.
Device of Court Clerk for Keeping
Alarming was the appearance of the
clerk's office of the civil division of the
City cour yesterday morning. In large
black letters appeared the words
"Smallpox." "Diphtheria" and ",Scarlet
Fever" on yellow flags strung in sev
eral place in the office. Deputy Clerk
George Maycock only smiled at the
consternation of 'the attorneys as they
examined the grotesque display and
: whispered "lo his assistant; "The ruse
Is working well."
It had become the practice pf the at
torneys and others having business in
the City court to maKe themselves
right at home behind the railing of
the clerk's ofilce, even going Into the
vault and disturbing the records, and
It was the fertile brain of the affable
deputy that devised the scheme of put
ting up the flags to put an end to the
trouble. The idea, however, worked
loo well and upon complaint being
made to City Recorder Crltchlow, the
Hags were returned by the deputy to
the health office across the hall. Now
there Is a placard on the gate In the
clerk's office which reads, "Keep out.
This means you."
HURT IN PECULIAR WAY.
Suit for S2000 Alleges an. Unusual
Accident on Street Car.
An action for $2000 damages was filed
In the District court yesterday against
the Utah Light and Railway company
by John D. Schied through his guardian
ad litum, William T. Schied. It is al
leged that the molorman let the brake
handle 'swing round with great spoed
and that the same struck the plaintiff
in the face, breaking the bones of his
nose and greatly Injuring and bruising
him about the head and face. By rea
son of the Injuries the plaintiff alleges
that he will be disfigured for life, to
his damage In the amount mentioned.
Two Neglected Wives.
Two decrees of divorce wore granted
by Judge Morse In tho District court
yesterday. Marian D. Snow was di
vorced Xrom Levi Snow on the ground
of neglect. The couple were married
October 17, 1900. at Monlpeller, Ida. It
was found that the defendant for more
than a year had neglected to provide
the plaintiff with the common nei.es
xsarles of life.
In the case of John A. Thomas vs.
Anna T. Thomas, the plaintiff was
granted a decree on the ground of de
sertion. The couple were married Jan
uary 1. 1900, at Temple, Ariz., and have
one child. The custody of the child was
awarded to the defendant.
Flora Hopkins filed a petition In lhe
District court yesterday, asking that tho
will of Henry Stratford, deceased, bp ad
mitted to probate and that letters of ad
ministration be Issued to her. The estate
Is valued at $2o35.
Suit for divorce was begun in the Dis
trict court yesterday by G. D. Mll.-s
against Juliet Miles, on the ground of de
sertion. Tho couple were married In IOT
at San Francisco, and the defendant Is
alleged to have deserted tho plaintiff In
limmy M. Gardellus was granted a di
vorce In tho District court yesterday ironi
John Gardellus. on the grounds of deser
tion and non-support. The couple wero
married In this city In 1900. and haw two
children, the custody of whom was award
ed to the plaintiff.
In tho case of R. D. McDonald, ndmln
Istrator of tho estate of George .1. Wood
llng, deceased, ct al. vs. George Arthur
Rice and Emily Woodinaiisei-, Judgo
Morse rendered ai decree yesterday In fa
vor of the plaintiffs, eiuloting title In theru
to lots 10 nnd 17, block 1. ol amended plat
of Linden Pnik subdivision.
cure disease by removiug the cause of it. In the treatment of those
disorders which involve any failure of the nervous force, BEECHAM'S
PILLS have, during nearly sixty years, built up
MS UNASSABBJkBBJE REPUTATiOSt.
Nothing renews the power of the digestive organs like
They cleanse the Blood of long-standing impurities, brace up the
Nervous System to a high point of vigor, and effectually chase away
every symptom of weariness and depression. Since BEECHAM'S
PILLS have cured tens of thousands in this and even' country of the
globe, just ask yourself why they should not equally prove a boon to you.
Renew the power of digestion by using
Sold Everywhere in Boxes, 10c. and 25c.
El Ho brought bis watch, in. to
P lmVo it repaired. -
I When he called for it ho said I
p the chargo of S2 was too much. I
E Two weeks later he called to K
hi compare time and found his f
U. watch had varied but 3 seconds.
ft Ee was pleased and forgot the
cost. So would you. J
'Phone 65 for the correct time. j
Cabinet ... ' '
m BEER YOU LIKE
Made of the purest
f ingredients. In
overly' respect the
; ; . . equal of any beer
..... - . brewed. Order a
' . . trial case quarts
Adam Snyder, Agt., 276 S. Main St
Fred Krug Brewing o.
Omaha's Model Brewery,
Telephono 1061 Y. SALT LAKE.
' UTAH BtCOiNOMrG CObT"
. .COTTON TELT fif "Wv
Better than any Eastern make. Will
cost you less money. Ask your deal
er for them. Look for our trade
mark. Utah Bedding & MTg Co.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
A positive and permanent cure for
drunkenness and the opium diseases.
There Is no publicity, no sickness Ladles
treated as privately as at their own
homes. Tho Keeley Institute, 2Zi W. So.
Temple, Salt I,alco City. Utah.
Scotft Santal-Pepsin Capsules
o Dladdornnd D!o:cd Kid
vo. NO OHP.H U0 PAT. Curoa
ilckly ami jwrmnnentlr tho
orst cni!3 of Gonorrhoea
id Gleet, no matter of bow
ng stnndlne. Aboolutcly
irmlcM. Sold by draggists.
rlco 81 CO, or by mall, post
Id, 81.00,3 t'OSM, 2.76.
THE SANTAL-PCPSIH GO.
17. J. HILL. DRUG CO,, Salt Lako City.
Primary, Geocndary or 'tertiary Blood Poison
Formnnontly Cured. Yon can bo trontcd at homo
endor s.imo ennronty. Capital MC0.C00 Vo aollcit
tho most obJtlnnto cases. Wo huvo cured thoworal
ewes in 13 to Si days. If yon have taken mercury,
lodido potash and still havo r.cheg nnd pHlns. Mnca
Patchos In Mouth. Soro Throat. Pimnlos, t-PPr-Colorod
Spots. Ulcnrs on any part of tho body, Hair
or Evobnma laUlnc out, writo for proofs ot euros.
SiO !UtOw7G TCli?!!. CHctcc. DJ. lOn-jv Saok Frjt
csr.lt take & Los Angeles Railway. ,
In effect May 31, 1904.
GOING IjA-Yi ' KKTbuNIMG
SAL.T LAKE. AKKlVli SAL.T
No. 2. 10:00 a. m. No. 1. 11:3 p. ni.
No. 4. 2:00 p. m. . No. 3, 2:30 p. n.
No. G, -1:00 p. m. No. 5, 5:30 p. in.
No. 8. ,5.00 p. m. No. 7. 0:20 p. m.
No, 10. 00 p. m. No. 0. 7:30 p. m.
No. 12. 7!00 p. m. No. 11. 8:20 p. m.
No. 14, 8-M p. m. No. 13. 10:00 p. m.
No. 11. 0:00 p. m. No. 13, 11M5 p. m.
FAKE KOlt THE ROUND TRLf 23
'Sunday, last train leaves Saltair at O'.DO.
J. E. LANG FORD, Lessee.
The State &ank of Utah
Corner STnin and South Teniplo Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
JOSEP2I F. SMITH. President. J
TVILLTAM B. PRESTON. Vice-President
CHARLES S. liURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence lnvjt-
J. E. Cosprlff. Pres. E. W. Wlleou. Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noblo. Vice-Presidents,
A. H. Peabody, Ass't Cashier,,
WELLS, FARGO & GO. BANK
Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus . . .5K.379.0CO
Undivided prnnt3 '.. J
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and forclnn.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal clUoa of the world.
Drafts, On all
Jtter3 of Credit, ' prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. cltlca.
Depcolta received a.ubjcct tocheck.
H L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashier. '
ESTABLISHED 18-11. ' 1EO OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
Q. DUN & CO., '
-"The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Utah, Idaho and .Wyoming.
Offlco In Progress bldg.. Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. SXO.OCO.CO. .
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1S50. Incorporate.! CJ03.
Transact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
jQESEK.ET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, 500,000 Surplus, 3250,000
L S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Asst. Cashier.
Safe deposit boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
JAMES A MURRAY Vlco-Prosldent
V. F. ADAMS Ca3hter
CAPITAL PAID IN. J300.000. -Banking
In all Its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities
o Europe. '
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
jrcCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah,
J OHN BUCKLE &, SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Bos 682. Salt Lake City.
ON ALL CAR LINES.
Try it tho Next Time You
S. C. EW1NG, Proprietor.
Headquarters for mining men and stock
men. RATES $2 A DAY AND UP.
i-JPra "FOLLOW TKE FLAG.- ,
j TABCE TE-8E
. THE QMLY Um& ' 1 !
jT' ' " I
i THE WHHLiF5"lf All
K MAIN ENTRANCE, ' j I
Phil. P. Hitchcock, Q. A, P. D., Denver, Colo. I
TIME ' rt
Ben Pedro. Lod An- Vp
eli i Salt Lako Ouy
From Crtjon Phort ZJ.t.z CzZ,' SnSI Laho
For Provo, Lchl, Talrfipld and
NephI, Mantl and points on
Oanpeto Valley Ry.. c7:SO fSJa.
For Gnrf.eld Bvicb. ' Tooele.
Stockton, Mammoth, Eureka,
aad Silver City "8KJO a.m.
For Provo, American Fork,
LhJ, Juab, Mlirord. Frisco,
Callcntea and intermodlatr
points "6:03, p.m.
Frora Pfsro, Amsrlcan Forlc,
Lonl. i jab. fcjirord. Frlcco.
CoJlxtes and lntemsedlato
pointa ; ?9:33 euro.
From Provo. . Lehl, Falrfldd,
llercur &ri S.inpeto Valley ,
Ry. polnto G:S5 'p.m.
From Silver City. J.Tammotb.
Eureka, Btochton, Tooelo and
and Garflftld Beach.......... 5t35 p.m.
Dally Pullman Buijet Sleeptnrr Ccr Gr
vlc between Salt Lak. Mllford. Modena
Direct ptajjo connections for all mining.
aLfltrloto In couthcru Utah and NeTada.
City SSclcct Offlco, 201 Main Sfcrcst i
! Talopioiift 250. ,
R W. OHiLETT. J. L. MOOP.B. I
. Qon'l Pasj. Agt. Dlst Poea. Ayb
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINB
TO ST. LOUIS.
Throunh car. Salt Lako City ' to St.
Louis and Kansas City. Only onu changi
to Nov York, Buffalo ana principal polnti
East low rates for summer travel. 1
Especial attention to ladles and chn. j
Tourl3t olecpern farousn to Cblcaco,
, Boston and other points without change.
I Two trains dally.
I InQUlro at ticket oftlco, 10S Dooly blocit
Salt Lcko City. Any Information cheer,
fully given. H. C. TCYfNSEND.
Q. P. &- T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry.; St.
Louis, Mo., t i
Ckmp Rates to !
$2TD SASTZKEU'T POiriTQ VU;
JCPa ffr7 cavo 70a mcioy. Wrtto mo.
C P. "WARREN, General A creak- 1
d Dooly Blocl:. Salt Lako City.
mm mi YORK
r Vorii, Gibraltar, Naples.
f Superior accommodation. Excellent Cul-
sine. Comfort of piisseoffcrs carefully
considered. Single or Round Trip Tickets
J Oetwccn New York and Scotch, English,
1 Irish and all principal Scandinavian and
B Continental points at attractive rates. Send
B for Book of To uro. For ticket! or ccncral
l.ifornjfttlon apply to any local aceat of the
Anchor Llao or ' et
HENDERSON BROS.. Gcn'l AgenU. CHICAGO. ILL
Lett, . J.l,WraHI L..'.IIJ-'.-.!JlAr:r.'...3
; Any sick person who haa never used a
Llquozono should wrlto the Liquid SI
Ozono Co.. JS3-1G0 Wabash avc. Chi- fj
' cago. 'I hey will send you an order on u
; your druKlst for a EO-cent bottle free, a
If you v.'lll stato tho disease to bo H
i! treated 2-H. G. F. E. j
In effect Junb 8. 19W.
LEAVE SALT LA5E C1TT.
Np. 10-Fcr Hebcr.. Prc- ,ind
no. iw-E'orParkcity .:..:::.:::: i;S atS:
ro. i For Dcnvsr and En3t...., 8:50 a.nv 1
Ino. D For Ob'den and West lOtSOiajm.. 1
J-For Ogacr. and West: ws p.m;
No. 2 tor Denver and East. 3:itf b.m. . ' H
No. 8 For Provo nnd Eureka.... 5:00 p.m. '
No. 11-For Ocdcn and local pta.. 6:05 p.m.
No. -1 For Denver and East 8:05 p.m. 1
No. S For Osden and' West. .....11:55 p.m. H
No. 112 For ninchom 8:10 a m. H
No. Ill For Bingham S:00 n.m. . 1
ARRIVE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From OKdcn and Uio Eaat b;0 a.m. H
No. 12 From Ogdun and local ptalO-,25 a.m. H
No. 7 From Eureka and "rovo.. 10:00 o.m. H
No. C From Denver and East... 10:-D a.m.. H
No. I From Denver and East... l:S'p.m;, H
No. r'roin Oden and West.... 2:05 p.m. H
No. Wl -From Park City C:15 p.m. 1
No. S From lienor, Provo and H
TMarysvalo . GtCO p.m. H
No. 4 From Ocdcn and the West 7:65 p.m. ' H
No. 8 From Denver and Enst...ll:-15 p.m. v H
No. Ill From Bingham 11:00 a.m. M
No. 112 From Bingham 5:50 p.m. H
All train except N02. X to C Gtcp at In- 1
tcriueaxte solnU. H
Ticket office, Dooly ll'.ock. IH
'I'honc 205. WM
T. A. BENTON. G A. P. P. IH
jlpPI TUB TABLE H
feil June '19,. tfto.. H
From Ocden, Portland,
Butts; San Francisco. Chi
caso. St. Louis. Omaha,
nnd Donvcr .- Ql25 CJH.,
From Ocden nnd ictsrmcdi
ato points 0:10 a.m.
From Ocdcn, Cacho Valley.
and Intermediate points..... ll&S a.m.
From ORden. Chicago, St.
i-oufa.. Kansas. City. Gma-,
nt, Denver and San Fran
cl3 4.20 p.xa,
From Osd cn.. Cncbe VaJlcy, '
Butte. Portland and. San
FranclBco 70 -pjn.
For Osdon. Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City, and
, St. Louis 7rCO a.m
For Ogden. Portland. Butte. .
San Francisco and Intcrmo- ill
dlato points .. lO0 turn. lH
For Odcn, Omaha, Ghlcarro,. iH
Denver, Ilansas City. St. HH
Louis nnd San Francisco.. ItSO p.m. IH
For Ogdune- Cache Valloy,. BH
Denver; Kanaas City. Oraa- ffll
ha, St. Louin and Chicago. 5r45 p.m. vH
For Osden. Cache Valley. lH
Butte, Helena. Portlnnd, HH
Sen Francisco and Ictorme- Wl
dlato points 11 3 p.rs. IH
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffic Mgr. ifH
3D. E. BIJRLEY. G. P. &. T. A. IH
D. S. SPENCER, A. G. P. & A. IH
City Tfr.kct offlco. 201 Mala strife. ffH
Telcnhona 2M. MH
I A Belightfial Place to Visit. J3
t A Profitable Plao to Live. 1
Greatest Play Ground on Earth.
'AJ Famous Places Which Everyono 5
? Wants to Sec. P,
1 Invest In a Ticket to CALIFOR- r H
1 NIA and Securo Rich Dividends In S :H
I H3ALTH. PLEASURE AND f j
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I Lie mtalna. Valleys River!. Lakes f
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, Uteratoro cill at No. '311 Mam
3 Streat. Bait Lak City. j
3 D. R. GRAY. General AsnL p
: LAGOON- - I
Time Table II
! IN EFFECT MAY 20. ISO!
LEAVE SALT LAKE. tS0, D:CO, ll.-OO a.i. 11
m.. 1:30. G:30 C.30. 7:C0 p ro.
LEAVE LAGOON. 7:S0. 10-.00 a. m.. 12:00. IH
noon. 2:80, 4:30. 6:30. SJ0, 10:20 p. m. ' iH
"Last train Ieavc-o Lagoon Sunday 9:SDi
P. m. rl
Fare for a. H
Rou red Trip S, H
A. D. PIERSON. Pass. & Tlchetjrt-,
J. B. BEAN. Excursion Agt.
OFFICE. 1CT MAIN ST. I SiH
Eztra trains, 2:30 and :20 p. m. on Sua-' fiH
cVnyo and holiday c
j SPECIAL. I
I Anthracite coal, all sizes :H
Burton Coal & Lumber Co. f II
' G6 W. 2nd So. 'Phone 808.
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I The Burlington provides them every day in i
the year for travelers lo points Eastward. inv
I ( eluding St. Louis, the World's' Fair City to 'M
I which, by the way, there is thro' service. .-1 I '11
a A neat, airy car is particularly desirable at Ll
S this season. Let me tell you more about those' , jI
V. of the Burlington. .fv 'CH
I If you will send mc a postal card In- tl
I IHj nulry. will answer It fully by. letter.
I ih'l F" NESLEWr General Agent,
J 79 W" SECND S0TJTH STBEET' j