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feBrXDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1904 THE SALT LAKE TB1BTTK&. . . PAGE FIFTEEN
tfOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
'Slv'modcraVroom pr. brick, lino
til &nfpr Uriel:, strictly modern, now,
BnSh cdlir. largo lot, line location.
L MSJ TT.M.
1 COMPLETED, AN UIVTO-
vmodern 2-wtory brick on 2nd St., bc
3 and 11 aw., lot 2Vfac7tf rods.
5 ff you look at the house, plQasu no
.il ?hc construction. NothSig better for
Iin the city. Price, J30-W. Can make
lit -Vrcaaonablo terms.
srn " can buy a 5-room. modern
Ofi I cottage, with hardwood floors,
tlaln bath for J2350 on uy tornw,-
P you think It worth your while to
"3? it ud No CTO Gth 8t.
a rods on 9th East, between 11th and
' tSoutn, It must bo Hold this week,
I.VII1 ko at &50.
f Jr No 725 South 3rd East st neat 4
8fr t)(mmc adobe lined, good summer
kn, lot 2x10 rods, and surely cheap
Hi rtVntcr st -SIM cash, J10 per month;
im "ramr, lot 50x125 foot. lawn, shade
fruit and flowing well. Price reduced
ttK 'pSSr V "west la: South at. Both
S rTTLB BROS.. 149 MAIN ST.
buBlneiM established In 1S7L W
SI sold nTMlons of dollars worth of
M icrtv "nd many speculators havo
!o fortunes by sticking to our office. It
wfe Tnav you. wo havo made a study of
iSV estate and are suro wo can help you.
?i ir thr Jgh you are simply buying a
5 . Wo can t advertise all our proper-
Here are a few good buys:
srai 2CS7-A handsome. 9-room modorn
k. c law ,ot- , (W ,
,K7l-Now C-room brick, south front,
(A? 'itth E.. on 0th So. st., J1400.
P ."a&a-fixio cor. on sth so. st., new.
Wl ,'f ixfl-Buslncss proporty, 29-ft. front
.2. Itain sL, closo. J17S0.
i1 2017-An elegant, brand-now -r.
rn buff brlrk on 4th E. Ht., at your
m licnas. for $2250
J$ fcosti vou nothing to call and talk
2 ifus about real estate. There are six
Jfcfl active real catato men associated In
, 4l office. Always some one In from S:30
a b. till C p. nt. Will go with you and
p,proporty Take elevator, uso 'phono.
have both 'phones.
.1 ittle Bros., Progress-Herald bldg. a2Co
-0 THREE GOOD INVESTMENTS.
mi :oom mod. brick. 55S So. 2nd W, ; rcnis
V 125 mo., terms; 12C50. '
ft mod brick, s. e.; rcntB for $23
;igood terms. J2CS0.
Tr TAP I1 acres ground and an S-room
k bouse, 75 fruit trees, s. c; ?3250:
cGown Co., Rra, 3, 331 Main at., over
n ip"on theater. v a2l
, I HOUSTON
REAL ESTATE INV. CO.
"nt k make a business of finding
fit Kopertle8, ho!h vacant and Im--i
jroved, for prospbctlvo speculators
a ind homcscoiicrs. It may pay you
SoBce us before buying.
t ?$Rtc have a bldg. slto near cor. 1st
ina J sts., 2x7 rods, that wo can
A ; 11 for
ms, J$xlO rods, C St., bet. 1st and 2nd
rT lis., that Is close In. No car fare
JZ and very best pari, of town.
J da 3000.00.
sB-rm. mod, br. cot., close In, on
4m Hh East, lot faces east and has '
Montage of 43V: fcot, that Is a bar-
?S-rm.. up-to-date, mod. liomo on
JJl et side, well In. built for a homo,
H iot to soil; hot-water heater, gas,
it, ill modern conveniences and ar-
yi ftDBoments, fine lot facing west,
w ihade and lawn both front ajid
-S 9ck, Eood barn.
1 J HOUSTONS. THE IIOUSERS,
1 231 MAIN.
ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
sule 'n 'oi: have noticed it. Now,
over thsae offers. Can you match
Ktu9rm. brk., lot 5x3, beautiful shade,
if, fruit, chicken coops, etc., for WOO,
;what It cost to build tho house, on
rm. brk, Garden City, lot lSOxl&O,
is finest fruit ranch In Utah, 1C0 acres,
iJTCOO, will trade for city property.
ts J75 up. Acreage ?20 up,
de" G. C Rlchter Co., Ji. -1. 131 Main,
WBon Ton theater. Say, be auro of
JB .ARE OFl'ERING THIS WEEK A
utlful 10-room pressed br., finished In
i',Vl awod, with hot-water heat, etc., c.
f'l .'vcry closo In; '?10,oOO.
JyiJ nc building cor., 10th E. and 2nd So.,
t2k OS 0-rorm home, with por. bath, toilet,
ilflne collar, pantries, etc.. fruit, shade,
s J I ,clc : .tne lot 18 105 tcct 'ront and
"Si rS. .1)1ks caet of our office. In rear;
'r ' J1"8 proposition pays 15 por cent
"2Joi? 0I) 71,1 E- "r Liberty park.
I'ia ;i?325 for both; other , lota selling for
frame, pantry, closet, folding
.Tj rs, hall, otc. closo In; J10G0.
:C0iu mod- home, with 3&X10 rods of
jJB Jlid. near O. S. L. depot, $2150.
pom pressed br.. por. bath, toilet, e.
0S't! wooj, cellar, mantel and grato,
zjT 'o near Senator Kcarns's resl-
t'Vfi lfu n.cP n.cw - s- jne shops, for
l for 3 ln 6aino localU' scil-
LSi? m?d" tw-story prcsscKl brick,
t hc,ai- "mented basement, lot 2"x
J81 So and 10tl E., f 1500; best
g In town for the price.
AJi ?...1Vo a 'or' !wbo list and can sup.
JZ h-X5- GooA '"me on all.
Tjttlo Little, No. j jy. 2nd So. n253
rifflfe 2.D SOUTH.
13 tfnrnm r?3ltleuci. summer kitchen,
1 nrn?cne- balh, toilet, olec. It., hard
I nn,?0?0,1 05x163 l,n ult
gyi 'i and shade, 2nd at.; easy payments.
0&1 1u3?Am b,r,c?5' Bloam ncat- bflth- lot
L fl ? 2xl0 rods, Main st., near 5tli South.
S.'! ?h,M?m,,iit,irolory. fram. fvmaco,
-1 1 rH0110 ?,1CCirlc "Bht. VOStlbltlo
Alf f SpMo5 inl1- nnc corner lot 214x8
t frrtn rf had0HC03' cement walks.
Um" sa st,: VM Cash' baK
Sii. rif2?mi l0,,!!!. tollot, olectrlo
vriS KhJk' tlnc sna(k' und -wn, carpets.
Si?Sc;- Bns "KC. coal range go
bal caBV Paymenta.
-J .n??mbr,,cli a,nd "umnior kitchen,
-ss l'S.11101 n"d shado: $250 down. per
CC gnin- near R. G. W. shops. ' P
jjf: ?f. W. 2nd South. 0257
E'.N LTS. SANDY. S250.
o, w gnJ south. as;
BLLJn0MlE"a' BETTER HOMES,
1 rwA5?V RANCHES. ALL
)i fJ! 1TTF TnSAfe JJTATB SOLD AND
th J N' COURTNEY, 41 W. 2ND
rnF CtVN'T "EAT THESE I
r$ ,",b,ous?' newly Papered. 2x10
"fr ' wha!0Kn,an,V 1100 Plf Blanco at
' V 1 housc la rentlnn for.
i2 rtouth?n..modorn br'ck residence.
53 Lv?et' cas' Payments.
1 room modern brick house.
& V0UB0 and 6x12 rod" of
ijljf round, terms.
USl ' :io?0o,",0K (,.rn "'donce. cast side;
te1' b'5nco J36 per month.
ssSKf'0 Trust & Savings Co., C-S-10 w.
-SBK?, BKIGUAM AND 0TH KAST
vJEm i 'Va7nic orf' 2l? Eft3t 2n(1 Sou'b.
?'Hct rvr1 Brou",l ,that will go for the
-Wfc Cromer, 55 E, 3rd Soutli. u355
foB SALE REAL ESTATE.
D. VT. PHELAN BECOMES MURRAY
AND BINGHAM JUNCTION AGENT ,
OF "REAVIS SYSTEM."
Mr. D. W'. Phol&n, for 20 years a lead
ing citizen- of Murray, hna accopted the
Murray and Bingham Junction agonoy of
"Tho Reavls Systom." Mr. Pholan will
CBtabllah olllces ln his PhcJan block, Mur
ray, Utah, where all porrdns Interested In
securing homes on tho easy payment plan
of "Tho Roavla System" can call and so
curc full Information. .
That Mr. Pholan will make a splendid
aucceas of tho agency Is an assured fact,
for hundreds of people ln Murray, Bing
ham Junction and the surrounding terri
tory aro deeply Interested ln accurlng
homes on tho Incomparable plan offered
by "The Reuvla Syatem."
Work begins Tuesday on a beautiful
cottage to bo erected for Mr. Pholan by
"Tho Rcuvls System " Tho houso will bo
built on Poplar St., Just west of Dr.
Jones' hospital. Residents of Murray are
Invited to Inspect this building as It pro
gresses In order to got a fair Idea of tho
splendid mechanical workmanship that
marks all "Reavls System" houses. See
Mr. Pholan about a home and when you
call on him In the Phclan blook, tako no
tice of the big electric sign with the mot
to In golden letters, "Whoso Roof Is Over
H4-STORY BRICK NEAR BRIGHAM;
nice lot. $2850. Bargain. 7C E. 2nd South,
HARRINGTON & COURTNEY,1 REAL
estate, have dissolved partnership. Will
notify friends and customers whc.ro I will
be located. B. S. Harrington. a249
3x0, GTTI EAST, JS75. '
3x7, Gth South, $1000.
2'txl0. M at., $1000.
5x10. M at., $2000.
5x10 corner, north bench. $1400.
4xIQ corner. 3rd East, $1200.
10x10. 3rd South. $9500.
GxC, 2nd South; cheap.
Many lino vacant pieces and plenty of
splendid corners for terraces.
Walter J. Mocks, 310 Atlas blk. a237
4- r. frame, nr. Brlgham st., $12T0.
5- r. frame, 11th E.. large lot, $lf50.
4-r, new brk., mod.. 5th So., $2200,
8- r. new brk., 4th East, $2-100.
.-r. brk., mod., 6th E., close In, $3100.
Prltchnrd & Poo. Managers R. E. Dept.
Wilson-Sherman Co., 52 W. 2nd So. Tel.
OWN YOUR OWN HOME'.
C-rm. brick, summer kitchen, barn, city
water, shade, lawns, etc., 75xH0 ft. of
ground, east side, $150.
4-rm. brick, both, largo lot, oast side,
6- rm. rustic, modern, east side, ?1C00.
C-room house, large barn, corner lot, Gth
East; onla $2225.
.0 rooms, bath, toilet, el. light, basement,
3xG and alley, lawn shade, only $2300; on
Gth East, near Gth South.
9- room brick, bath, tollot, el. 1., base
ment, on 8th East, near 3rd South: only
0-room brick, facea couth on 3rd street,
modern, 47x150 ft.; a big snap; $4350.
Sroom modern, furnace, 50x110 to alley,
on E street: cement walks. Iron fence;
near South Temple; only $4200; $500 cash,
balance easy terms.
A beautiful, modorn home on 5th East
for $SOO0. Come and sec this.
7- room, modern, new brick on Sth East,
a beauty, for $3200; ?G50 cash, balance easy
terms, 3x7'j rods of ground; party left
town, must sell; worth $4000.
Waller, J. Meeks. 310 Atlas blk. a23G
LOT 100X125. ADJOINING JUDGE
Powcrs's residence on Fort Douglas av
enue. Five-room brick, bath, toilet, etc., con
nected with sewer, 1st South, between
4th and 5th East streets.
Five-room brick, cvorythlng modern,
sewer connection, northeast.
Lot 3'4 by 9 rods, four-room houso, F,
between 3rd and 4th.
A flno 5x10 on Brlgham ntrcot.
An 8-room framo on 3rd street, every
A five-room brick on Eaat Sth South,
modern ln all respects, easy terma
On Post atreet, between Sth and 9th
West, 3rd and 4th South, a ton-room dou
ble house cheap, easy terms.
If you contemplate buying, como In nnd
look over our list; no trouble to show
what wc have.
Horn ir & Robertson, Investment Agants,
Real Estate, Fire Insurance, Loans, Main
and First South streets (under Dcscret
Cosy modern home, pore, bath, E.
lights, mantel, china closet, natural
finish, flno yellow plno, lsl-class
locks and hardware, hall, largo
porch, good cellar, coment footings,
stono foundation, hard red pressed,
brick. Prlco $1S00. Easy terms.
Monthly paymonta $15, Including
Interest. Lot 65 ft. frontage (so.).
Nearly completed. Look at It to
day. Cor. 9th and J streets.
Goddard-Bowman Co., under Wal
ker's bank. a352
J2S60. HOME. $2S50.
G-rin. brick, pore bath, basement
under whole house; hall, flno porch,
nat'l finish Inside, 4 blocks from
Goddard-Bowman Co., under Wal
kcrs bank. a 351
A SNAP-25 FT. BY 9 RODS. NEAR
cor. 9th So. and 3rd West. $115. Inq. 621
So. Main. a342
ON 2ND ST.. EXTRA NEAT G-ROOM
mod., south front, shado, fruit, etc; $200
takes It. and the rest $25 mo.; $2200.
Near Short Line, line 5-rocm brick, largo
lot, alley ln rear; new brick; terms to
suit you, not us; price, $2500.
Think of a 7-room mod. on tho north
bench at a price of only $2500! Perhaps
wo can do better than that.
MORE AND BETTER BARGAINS
RIGHT NOW7 THAN EVER BEFORE.
REALTY CO.. GG W. 2ND SO- TEL. 7G0.
If you want a 7-room modern housc, on
one of tho choicest spots ln town, soo tho
beautiful, new cottage on tho northeast
corner of 3rd and J sts. Fine, largo
rooms, natural wood finish, sliding doors,
nickel plumbing, fine mantel, large
cloaota, two porches, basement, etc. It
cannot be equaled for prlco we are asking.
All kinds of property, all parts of city.
A. McKollar & Co., G3A W. 2nd So. o291
"REAVIS SYSTEM" REAL ESTATE)
DEPARTMENT HANDLES VACANT
A distinct feature of THE REAVIS
SYSTEM 1b lta real estate department,
presided over by Messrs. W. H. Hurd and
C. L. WIeaL Here you will tlnd listed tho
pick of tho town In building lota and bargain-priced
Improved realty. You can al
ways And on our llsta a noat cottago or a
commodious rcBldence ready to movo Into
and quoted at a rock-bottom price.
"THE REAVIS SYSTEM" real eatato
department solicits the Hating of property
by owners who want to turn real estate
Into cash, and advise all prospectlvo pur
chasers of vacant or Improved property
to got their offerings beforo buying else
where. "REAVIS SYSTEM"
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
Main banking lloor, 32-31 Mnlu st,
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. ,mlS3;
4-UOOai FRAME HOUSB;, FLOWING
wU. barn. 37 Fulmer avo., cor. 7th W.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
mrnt Co., real cntato and loan brokers,
1L Main t.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT 3
all. Tuttle Bros.. 143 Main, red ball signs.
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
TllE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lake and Tooele county abstracts,
Atlas blk., 30 W. 2nd So. Tel. 2?0. ul927
EOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
FOR $10) CASH, $15 PER MONTH 1
will furniuh tho lot and build the house
to huIL I havo several building lots, also
live homes on easy monthly payments.
AddreBn S 23, Tribune. - a320
THREE SACRIFICE SALES.
Near let So. and 7th West.
Two 4-r. framo cottgacs, city
water, eouth front, rook founda
tion $750 each.
3-r. brick and summer kitchen,
lawn, vines, city water; $1000; $250
cash down, bal. $10 per month.
All under mortgage; must bo
sold at those low figures.
Edward M. Ashton, 301-303 Nows
NOW BUILDING, 2ND SO.. UTU E.,
elegant modern 7 and 9-room houses, with
basement rooms comploto; oak and oil
finish throughout; bargain prices; eaay
torms. R. E. McCor.aughy, No. 603 Auor
bach blk. aS7
$200 cash, $20 monthly,- buys 5-room
pressed brick, closo In. east side.
A. McKellar & Co., G3& W. 2nd So. a21
"REAVIS SYSTEM" HOUSES ARE AN
ORNAMENT TO THE CITY.
"REAVIS SYSTEM" homes aro archi
tecturally correct ln appearanco and aro
convonlently arranged. Fifty "REAVIS
SYSTEM" homea are In course of con
struction ln Salt Lake and you aro asked
to examine the material and workman
alilp beforo accepting our statements that
our Iiousuh aro lhi best built ln town.
Bear In mind. "Tho Reavls System" will
build on your lot without a dollar cash
down and makes no charge for plana,
superintendence or examining your ab
stract. The monthly payments aro only $10 on
tho $1000 por month, Including Interest
and paymonts start when tho houso la
Don't buy an old Iioubc. for In doing
so you buy trouble and expense. Instead
let your houoo bo a new, modern atruc
turo built to your order, by Zlon's Favor
Ito Homo Builders.
Main banking floor. 32-31 Main St., at
tho slcn, "Whoso Roof Is Over Your
A FARM OF 13 ACRES. WITH NICE
orchard with fruit of all kinds; good wa
ter right; 3-room housc; large barn and
other outhouses; 2 mill: cowa; 2 calves;
new buggy; wagon and harness; 1 horse;
chickens and farming Implements. Price,
$2500. Address Mrs. Harry S. Parker,
Bountiful. Utah. zlS9G
8-RM. MOD. BR.; 2x10 RODS; 55S S.
2nd West. Seo this. $2030; terms.
McGown Co., rm. 3, 131 Main, over Bon
Ton theater. zlSS5
2 LOTS ON 7TH EAST FACING LIB
tfty park; cheap. Address M 20, Tribune.
SEE CROMAR. 112 W. 2ND SO. ST
if Interested in Salt Lake real estate; 43
years resident; referenced, yCSO
76X1S5 FEET ON STATE STREET,
north of tho Bell Telephone Co. Inq. 2G3
Commercial Club. zl85
YOUNG & FOWLER HAVE MOVED;
now located ln the new basement at 33
Main street, opposite Z. C, M. Ij, zll2G
CHOICE OF 2 NEW G-ROOM HOUSES,
p. brick, flno location. 474 N. 2nd W. zl303
SMALL RANCH. PARTLY 1M
proved, with houso and barn, near head of
Provo canyon. Inqulro room 20, No. 24 E.
South Templo St., city. z956
GOOD SQUARE PIANO IN FINE
condition. 3D Main St z9W
9-ROOM MODERN HOME ON 3RD
street, faces south, close In; beautiful
lawns, shrubbery, etc . only $1350. Walter
J. Meeks, 310 Atlas block. z2270
25 YEARS ABSTRACTING. 25 YEARS!
W 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 are abso
lutely correct and up-to-date. We are al
ways at your service. Homer Abstract
Co., Main and First Scuth (under Doseret
C. W. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans. Correspondence solicited. 112 W
Second South st.
Seo Goddard, under Walker's bank.
PARTNER WITH $100.00. PROFITA
blo business, willing to work. 734 E. 2nd
ARMOUR AND HIS CLIQUE
Aro making millions in wheat. Why not
you? It is tho only dollar-and-senae
method of obtaining a largo monthly rev
enue upon a small Investment. The small
Investors who lack the capital to deal
separately In large transactions can co
operate with each other and accomplish
that end by using us as a medium through
which to do it. Full particulars with
booklets free by dropping us a letter or
postal card. W. II. Latimer, Mgr . 413
Walnut St.. Philadelphia, Pa. al9i
G TO 12 PER CENT MONTHLY".
Would you be satisfied with this earn
ing on your idle capital per month? Wo
earn thla amount year in and year out
without endangering your investment.
Guaranteed certificates of deposit Issued,
and your balance returned on demand.
Best of references furnished. No turf or
get-rich scheme. Write for particular.
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Send for Illustrated guide book and list ot
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I Patents secured by us advertised free ln
tno pntcnt recuru. ouihimu tupy ireo.
drcsa Evans Wllklns & Co., Registered
Attorney, COO F atreot, Washington, D. C,
BEST PAYING BUSINESS IN SALT
Lake; some one with $2S00 can buy busi
ness that will net 10 per cent a month;
machlnerv and fixtures alone worth more.
Address M 51, Trlbuno office. yl24G
SODA FOUNTAIN; GOOD AS NEW.
cost $350, for $40. Addrcaa I 9, Tribune.
LOST MONEY FOUND!
Through our 6ytlctn ol collecting; no
membership fee; no advance for postage;
no commissions If no collections; wo ask
patronage on our -merits; wc guarantor
results. See our testimonials. R. R. Hud
con. Mgr., Address 6. Walker Bank bldg.
OLD ESTABLISHED BUSINESS,
pnylnK $300 a month, for $2300; machinery
and fixtures worth more. A snap for
somo ono. Address Trlbuno, P 39. ylTDO
STOCKS ARE ACTIVE. BUY NOW.
Wc handle sums from $1.00 up. How?
wrlto for Information. Meyer & Flnnoy
Co., SOS Burlington bldg.. St. Louis, Mo.
CAURIAOtS AND B1CVCL12 TIRES
vulcanlzod at OsDorno's. 71 E. 4ih do xTU
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST,
DOi-C Bcott-StrevcU bldg. 'Phone 1S54-Y.
FOR SAIE MISCELLANEOUS. 1
RUBBER - TIRE SURRY, GOOD
family horso and harncan. Inquire GO So.
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
Special. Grocery must bo sold at onco,
Stock and fixtures for $tW. flno location,
The host roomlng-houso ln town at a
sacriflcM, small payment secures this, and
It will pay for itself.
Confectionery, moat markot, cigar store,
photo gallery, hotel, boardlng-housc.
We havo a small restaurant, Just the
thing for man and wife, always a money
makor, $500, half cash.
For rent, a hotel In Wyoming, furnished
complcto, flno proposition. Bo quick If
you want It.
Tho OK C. Rlchter Co. At R. 4. 131 Main.
Over Bon Ton theator. a2G0
AT A SACRIFICE, MODERN FIVE
room brick cottage on car line; part cash,
balance monthly paymonts or any rea
sonable terms. Owner leaving city. In
qulro 905 E. Gth So. a2S4
SINGLE OR DOUBLE WORK HORSE,
cheap. 925 So. 3rd West. a231
SIXTEEN ROOMS FINE FURNI
ture. lease, 40 boarders; blgtmoncy maker,
small payment down, balance to suit. Box
FINE DINING-ROOM SET, CHINA
cabinet, bnso-burnors andf household
goods. 007 So. Main. a239
FOR GOOD ROOMING-HOUSE, FURN.
and unfurn. rooma; largo hall, call Man
hattan. 234 Main a3Sl
ROOMING HOUSE, ALL GENTLE
men roomers; lease 3 yeara, fine business;
only $2500. 247 Main St., room 4. aXM
FURNITURE OF A G-ROOM COT
tage, very reasonable. J5 E. Gth South.
A VOSE & SON PIANO VERY
cheap. Address S 29, Tribune. aSG3
LIGHT SPRING WAGON. HORSE
and harness, $25. 1921 Stato at. .1346
HORSE AND SURRY CPIEAP. CALL
at 1027 E. Cth So, a332
GOOD WORKING HORSES. WEIGHT
about 1300 each, ln good condition. S47
Park ave., bet. Sth and Sth So, and 6th
and Gth Eaat. a215
PARKER SHOOTING GALLERY.
horse power motor, largo orgnn, concert
phonograph. Jot slot machines, all work
ing, earning monoy. Reason for selling,
leaving city. G3I South Main. a3)3
NEW STEINWAY UPRIGHT PIANO.
Apollo piano player, lot music. 631 S.
A SNAP. HORSE, HARNESS, RUB-ber-tired
open top buggy. 2 shot guns, 1
rifle, 1 set single buggy harness. Address
S 22, Trlbuno. a319
VERY CHEAP. UPRIGHT PIANO.
Call at room 210 Atlas block. , al49
CHEAPEST AND BEST TRUNK SER
vlcc. Call City Package Delivery. Both
'phones 1955. al62
Al SURREY CHEAP. CALL 1G7 2ND
CHEAP GROCERY; GOOD NEIGH
borhood. Call at once to secure bargain.
505 E. 3rd South. a72
FIRST-CLASS RECLINING GO-CART
ln A 1 condition. 59 Wall street. a7G
THOROUGHBRED WHITE LANG
shan cockerels. Call or address 339 So.
Eighth East. a79
MERRY-GO-ROUND AND 3 HORSE
power engine. Inqulro W. Levy, 2GG S.
GROCERY STORE, PRICE $300; CASH
business; ront $15. Add. 132 S. State st.
NINE LAYING HENS; 15 FRIES,
Plymouth Rocks, cheap. 4 Plcaaant ave.
OR BOND, 3 MINING CLAIMS IN MT.
Nebo district, near Mona, Utah; show
gold, silver and lead; will sell cheap If sold
Immediately or bond. Address W. F. Nor
man, Nevada, Mo. z2092
GASOLINE STOVE. SOFA AND Bi
cycle. Room 17, 47 E. 1st South. z2112
THREE-CHAIR BARBER SHOP.
Baths In connection. Good location. Ad
dress Tribune Bureau. Ogden, Utah.
ROULETTE WHEEL FOR SALE AT
HORSES BOUGHT ANI dOLD. IOWA
stables. 29 W. So. Tempi. sll03
MATERIAL OF LARGE 2-STORY
frame building, rear 150 E. 7cb South at.
Call at No. 12 E. 2nd So. st y2137
PICTURE FRAMES AT COST.
Brlni; us your pictures for framing. Rlv
ers Bros.. 140 Main street. 1763
X-RAY GALVANIC AND FARADIC
machine, also offlco furniture. 403 Con
stltutlon blk. 32150
EBONY CASE UPRIGHT PIANO
cheap, taken under mortgage. Inquire
129 Kelth-O Brlon building zl027
BARGAIN; GOOD DELIVERY TEAM,
harness, 2 wagons. Apply Grain store, 110
W So Temple. zlS3
FIRST-CLASS ROOMING HOUSE. AP
ply 253 So. West Temple st. y2Q03
A STUDEBA.rv.EP- RUBBER-TIRED
Ehacton cheap. Call Kusl 2!do Livery sta
GOO0 TO S000 TONS FIRST-CLASS HAY
for sale, for feeding purposes. Good cor
rals. This hay Is for sale at the right
price. Correspondence solicited. H. A
Stroud. Debeque. Colo. z2016
AN INTEREST IN OUR HONOLULU
business to a man or woman competent
to manago office. Business established.
Salary and good profits to right party.
Merchants Protectlvo Ass'n.. top floor
Comm'l blk. Some people don't llko us.
ROOMING - HOUSE, 23 ROOMS,
filled with gentlemen roomers only: will
tako part cash, to suit buyer. 217 Main at.
room 4. all
VERY CHEAP. 1 44-HORSE-POWER
boiler, 1 12-horso-power engine, shafting,
nullovs and beltlnrr comnlcto: Installed In
building, close ln; suitable for manufac
turing purposes, steam laundry or steam
The abovo machinery can bo bought
with or without renting building. Inqulro
159 W. 3rd So. a33
DENTAL OFFICE. LABORATORY
and practice for sale. Established ton
years, ln one of tho best towna in Utah.
2500 population; no cheap work; good
E rices; lant year's business $2S00, and can
o Increased b'y good man. If yo l nto In
terested Investigate thla. I havo other busi
ness. Address F, Salt Lako Tribune, Salt
PURE-BRED. LARGE, MELLOW PO
land China hogs, at all ages, for salo at
farmers' prices. PIga from Kramer's
Choice No. 67,3tf, and Morgan Boy No,
&j,G07, and pigs from 10 sowa( Customers
satisfied or monoy refunded. F, IX. Kra
mor. Morgan City. Morgan county, Utah.
HYDROCARBON LIGHT CO.
CARRIES GASOLINE LAMPS, MAN
tels, chimneys and burners. 10G E. 2nd So.
WHERE TO STOP.
LINCOLN HOUSE. eS E. 1ST SOUTH.
200 rooms; rate.i 23 and 35 cents. s31G
SUITS TO ORDER. $15 UP, FIT GUAR
antced. Sorcnuou & Larseu, 115 W, 2nd
St. Mark's cathedral; Very Rev.
James B. Dean, B. D., dean. Fourteenth
Sunday after Trinity, September 4, 1904.
7:30 a. in., holy communion; 9:45 a. m
Sunday-school; 11:00 a. m., holy com
munion and sermon, "Divine Provi
dence and Human Need;" 730 p. m.,
evening prayer and address, "Christ's
Estimate of Man."
Philip Barter will sing, "Xing of
Eternity" as an offertory solo at St.
Mark's this morning.
St. Peter's chapel. 9:45 a, m., Sunday-school.
St. Paul's church, Main and Fourth
South streets; the Rev. Charles E. Per
kins, B. D rector. Services: 8:00 a.
m., holy communion; 9:45 a. m., Sundayr
school; 11:00 a. m., holy communion and
sermon, "Lamps Without Oil": S:00
o'clock,' evening prayer and sermon,
"Parable of the Talents." All seats
St. John's chapel, Perkins addition;
B. W. E. Jennens, lay render. 10 a. m,,
Sunday-school; 7:30 o'clock evening
prayer and address. A cordial welcome
First Unitarian society. Meeting ut
Unity hall, No. 140 South Second East
at 11 a. m.; Rev. "W. H. Fish, Jr., pas
tor. Music by Unity quartette; Sunday-school
and Emerson class Immedi
ately after morning service; Unity cir
cle meeting on Wednesday afternoon at
2 o'clock. This is the first meeting af
ter the summer vacation and a cordial
invitation la extended to all to attend.
Divine Lutheran service In the Dan
ish language at 4 p. m., by Rev. H.
Hansen ln the First PreBbyterinn
church. Second South and Second East.
All are welcome.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East between Fourth
and Fifth South. Sunday services at
10:30 a. m. In English and 4 p. m. In
Norwegian. You are cordially Invited
to attend. A. G. H. Overn, pastor.
Engli3h Lutheran church, 336 South
Fourth East street; Rev. H. A. Hanson,
pnstor. Services, 11 a. m., subject,
"Old Bars Put Down;" Sunday-school,
10 o'clock. Tourists and strangers are
especially Invited' to attencL,
Liberty Park M. E. church, corner
Eighth East and Ninth South. Preach
ing, 11 a. m. and S p. m., by the pastor.
Rev, S. A. Wanless. Sunday-school, 10
a. m.; Junior League, 4 p. m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock.
FiS-st Methodist EpUcopal church on
Third South street near Main; Benja
min Young, pastor. Services at 11 a.
m. and 7:20 p. m. Morning topic, 'The
Imperial Christ"; evening subject, "Is
This an Age of Faith?" Sunday-school
tCt 9:45 a. m.; Ep worth League at 0:30
p. m. Class meeting close of the morn
ing service. Special music at the even
ing service by string quartette.
Illff M. E. church, Ninth East and
First South; D. M. Helmlck, pastor.
Dr. H. J. Talbott, superintendent of
Utah missions, will preach both morn
ing and evening. Morning service at 11
TWO MEETINGS PER WEEK. SUN
day nights, teats, spirit messages, "ull
names and questions answered. Admis
sion 10 cents. Thursday nights, spirit ma
terializing seance. Every one can see and
talk to their spirit friends. Everyone In
vited. 2G9 East Third South street a357
NO MATTER WHAT YOU WISH TO
know or find out, wo toll what It Is, all
about It and your full name, or no pay.
Open 10 to 9 dally. Sundays 11-2. Arnold
Dlckson Bros., 2S9 Eaat Third South.
'Phono 2417-K. a 350
10 CENTS SPIRITUALIST MEETING
Sunday night, S o'clock. Y'our name and
future foretold, Every ono wclccme. 2S3
East Third South. z!903
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS, G7 E. 3RD SO. ELE
vator and Jo work. TeL 1675-Z. oS73
A. C RA1NEY, CONTRACTOR; ELE
vator work. Reur 123 S. Alain. 'Phone 1053-Z
MRS. ALICE C. BROUGHTON,
teacher of guitar, banjo and mandolin;
studio 11 Wlllard ct, Gth So. 'Phono
MRS. MARGARET ROBERTSON
Kerr opens her studio, 23 E. 2nd So., Sept.
1; reserving Wed. afternoons for callers.
imi Eaat "i'nonc 1722-X, yHO
AL. DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL
Iccted. 503 Aucrbach bldg. tl
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 260 MAIN.
Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
glnea, boilers, Clark mills, crushers, rolls,
pipe ot all sizes, anglo Iron, shuut a tool,
blackamlth outfits, blowers, pumps, atcam
and gaaollno hoists, electric motors, 300
ton cyanldo plant complete, nearly new,
rails, plpo fittings of all klnda and slzca,
now drill steel, Tclephono 2372-K. J. M.
Swim, 33G South Third We3t z963
MRS. P. FONTYN. CLAIRVOYANT
and trance medium. 267 So. W. Temple.
FOR QUICK WORK CALL UP
Keytlnc & Anderson Plumblns Co.
130 N. lBt West. Tel. S05-K. xD21
UTAH AUTOMOBILE CO., 57 MAR
kct at. Come and see tho finest automo
bile house in tho Wost. Wo sell and rent
tho finest autos made. Wo also havo a
full line of auto supplies. Do you want a
second-hand auto? 'Phono 2320-Y. w435
2ND-HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT
and Kold. All kinds of upholstering, fur
niture packed for shipping. O. K. Furnl
turo Co.. 12 E, 3rd So. Bell, lSiS-Y.; lnd..
o'clock followed by communion service.
Evening service at 8 o'clock; Sunday
.school at 10 o'clock; Epworth League at
7. The Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs.
T. R. Ellerbeck, 81 K street, Tuesday at
2 p. m. Miss Emma Hallburg will sing
a solo at the morning service.
First Congregational. The pastor,
Rev. Elmer I. Goshen, has returned) and
will preach this morning at 11 o'clock;
Sunday-school at 12:15; Young People B
meeting, 6:15. Public cordially Invited
to all services.
Phillips Congregational church; T,hlrd
South and Seventh East, Rev. P. A.
SImpkIn, pastor. Services this day at 11
o'clock; sermon followed, by communion;
Sunday-school at 12:15; Christian En
deavor at 7; evening sermon at 8; "Fel
lowship, Its Compulsion and Limits."
MIsa Owen will slhg at the evening ser
vice "Ruth." All are cordially invited
to these services.
First Presbyterian church, Second'
Eust and Second- South, Rev. W. M.
Paden, D.D., pastor. Services at 11 a.
m, and 7:15 p. m.; morning topic, "Eli
jah and His 'Like Passions;' " evening
topic, "Friendship's Supremacy In Life,"
the first of a series of evening sermons
on "Friendship." Sunday-school at
12:30; Christian Endeavor at 6:30; pray
er and conference meeting "Wednesday
at S p. m topic, "How to Read the
The Third Presbyterian church,
Washington avenue, Rev. Joslah Mc
Claln. Morning services as usual at 11
o'clock; Sunday.school at 12:15 p. m.;
Christian Endeavor at 7:30 p. m. All
nr urged' to be In attendance.
Westminster Presbyterian, 130 South
Fourth West. Preaching at 11 ojclock
a. m. by Rev. Lincoln; Sabbath-school
at 12:15; Endeavor Mission Sunday
school at 2 o'clock p. m.; evening ser
vice at 7:30 o'clock, conducted by Chris
tian Endeavor society of the church. All
First Church of Christ, Scientist. 336
East Third South. Sunday-school at
9:45 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m.,
subject, "Substance," Each Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock a meeting Is
held to listen to the testimonials of
healing of both sin and sickness. Free
reading-rooms open dally from 10 a, m.
to 5 p. m., ln rooms 607-G0S Scott-Stre-vell
building, 16S Main street. Take
Special meeting at Calvary Baptist
church for colored people. The colored
people of Salt Lake City and county the
Invited to attend the Calvary churjeh
on Sunday evening, September 4, at S:30
o'qlock and listen to Dr. E. Chivers,
D.D., field secretary of the Baptist
Home Mission society of New York
City. Dr. Chivers Is investigating the
state of the work in Utah, and) the Cal
vary church property will be considered.
All who are Interested In Christianity
and civilization and the betterment of
conditions in Utah among colored peo
ple are cordially invited to bo present.
Rev. Bruce Kinney, general missionary,
will Introduce Dr. Chivers, A large
crowd is expected to attend. All are
East Side Baptist church, corner
Third South and Seventh East streets.
Regular service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Rev. John M. Linden of Michigan City,
lnd , will preach at both services. Morn
ing subject: "Prayer,-" evening sub
ject: "Twice Born;" Sabbath-school at
12:15, E. Ben Brown superintendent;
Christian Endeavor meeting at 7 p. m.,
MIs3 Carrie Romence leader. The Utah
Baptist State convention will hold its
annual meeting in this church begin
ning Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock and
closing- with an evangelistic service on
Tuesday evening, with sermon by Rev.
John M. Linden. All cordially invited.
First Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West; Rev. D. A.
Brown, pastor. Preaching at 11
a. m by Rev. D. D. Profer
of Des Molne3, Ia district sec
retary Home Mission society.
Preaching in the evening at 8 o'clock
by Dr. E. E. Chivers of New York,
field secretary of the Home Mission so
ciety. Sunday-school at 12:16, F. J.
Lucas, superintendent; B. Y. P. U. at
7 o'clock p. m.. Leader J. D. Loftls.
Subject, "New Courage for New Work."
A welcome to all.
Rio Grande Mission chapel, Second
South, between Ninth and Tenth West.
Sunday-school nt 10 a. m., George
Burlington Mission chapel, corner In
diana avenue and Navajo street. Sunday-school
at 3:30 p. m., Henry Jacobs,
superintendent. Friday evening ser
vice at S o'clock.
Central Christian church, corner
Third East and Fourth South streets.
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday
school, 12;30; Christian Endeavor, G:45
p. m.; evening service, 8 p. m., Dr. T
W. PInkerton, pastor. Morning sub
ject: "What Then." In the evening
there will be a song service by the
choir assisted by Mrs, Nell PInkerton
Moore and Mr. Will Sibley. You are
cordially Invited to attend all these ser
vices. Church Notes.
P. J. Goulet of New York city Tvlll
sing Mascagnl's "Avo Maria" at St
Mary's cathedral at the 11 o'clock mass
Real Estate Transfers.
Hannah E. Miller to A. W. Smith,
warranty deed, lot 21, block 1,
Ehrlch'a subdivision $ 270
Albert W. Smith to Jesso W. Smith,
warranty deed, lot 21, block 1,
Ehrlch's subdivision 1
Jons Knudsen to Lillian E. Tillman,
warranty deed, one-half Interest In
part of northeast quarter of section
29, township 1 south, rango 1 east., 475
W. W. Williams to John Shephord,
Sr., warranty deed, 3xG rods north
east from southwest corner of lot
3. block 25, plat G SOO
Theo. Lovendule to E. M. Lovcndalo,
Lots 13 and 14, Pondleton'a subdi
M. Baldwin ot al. to John Maccono,
warranty deed, 6 rods by 4 feet,
lot 4. block Gl. plat A 3S0
Alva Fleharty to William H. Hend
rlckaon, warranty deed, CO feet by 3
rods, lot 12, block 11, flvc-acro
plat A 3C0
E. F. Knudaen et al. to Jons Knud
aen, quit-claim deed, part of north
east quarter of section 29, township
1 south, range 1 eost 200
A. F. Holden to United States Mi
ning company, qult-alalm deed,
Arbitrator lode, etc., West Moun
S. Hays to Kozlah Owen, quit-claim
deed, part of lot 63, Bingham 1
EHtato of M. KnUdsen, minor, to L.
E. Tillman, guardian's deed, one
half Interest In part of northeast
quarter of section 29, township 1
south, range 1 cast..,. . 375
Eotite of M. Knudsen, minor, to L.
E. Tillman, part of northwo3t
quarter of section 29, township 1
south, range 1 cast 375
E.stato of G. W. Thatcher to L. T.
Lynch et al., part of southwest
quarters of section 31, township 1
north, rango 1 cast, etc 10,000
Estate of A. J. B. Howell to Cleave
land Commission company, Sx25
rods, lot 7. block 47, plat A 1.CO0
J Donnan Reavls to Samuel BJork
lund, 10.2& rods, lot G, block 101,
plat A 2,250
Business Shows Stroag H
Merchant Returned From lH
Big Markets Pleased With
Home Conditions'. t&l
Trade of Last Week Largely JfLt
creased Over That of the 'ill
Week Before. Ixl
"A visit to New York and other trade iBI
centers of the East has convinced me
that business conditions are better In H
Salt Lake right now than In the large 3l
cities of the East. In New York espcel- 'IH
ally the retail trad Is anything but jtl
brisk, although dealers were looking for f9
a little Improvement with the opening ull
of the fall ceason. As usual in Presi- -ll
dentlal years, money Is very close there, ''jal
but the people of Utah have- had little iH
complaint to make on this account. ulijll
"Every week since July our trade hna
been Increasing, and the Improvement 1 V
in the past week over that of the prcvi- y;
oua week wa8 very decided. With the f1' M
opening of the fall season, Judging by ,
the way trade has already started, busi- ft 1
ncss men: of Salt Lake may confidently v
expect that the season of 1904-5 will be 3l flH
a mohS. profitable one." 1
This comment was made yesterday by rll
a well known business man of this city, '
who has returned after a six weeks' . . H
absence in the East. And his remarks i !H
seem to be borne out by inquiry at the ?
principal stores of the city. The early ,'.
part of the week trade was not to
brisk, but ln the latter part business lH
was exceptionally good. Increased .fl
travel, owing to the many excursion- 1
ists pawing through to tho coast, and j
the return of families from the moun- 'IH
tain reports, is accountable ln part for
the greater trade. Dealers say alEO that "'H
the demand for goods of all kinds is nl- , H
ways greater the first of tho month 'H
than toward the last, and this made h"
some difference. :.V
Jobbing Trado Brisk. t Al
Wholesale dealers who cater to the I . jH
country trade say that this trade has h -H
kept up better in proportion than tho t;!H
trade of the city. The strike in Chicago J H
has affected the grocers' trade with the
cattlemen of the lnter-mountaln coun- -IH
try to some extent, but the falling off I .'-tH
was not especially noticeable. I "rH
Now that the' summer season is over, 1,41
or practically so,, druggists expect to r'jH
greatly Increase their business, espeel- jH
ally In the refreshment lines, cigars, etc. . ' jH
In the summer time people who pntron- jH
lze the resorts near by the city give & iil
much of their trade to the stands con-
ducted at these resorts, but in the alH
winter the drug stores of the city renp ulH
the harvest. The wholesale drug trade. ('1H
likewise, is picking up, one of the best
known dealers ln the inter-mountain 'fH
country saying yesterday afternoon thafc i "H
he had never known It to be so good at ' !
this season of the year. -.H
Products Please Visitors. ' il
A feature of the week with real estate jH
men of the city who are members of the j
Real Estate association has been the en- j jH
tertainment by them of several thous- j ,
and Knights Templars on the way from i -M
the East to the conclave In San Fran- ,
Cisco. The really creditable display of
Utah products at Utahna park for the jl
especial benefit of the Knights has ellc
Red' nothing but the most favorablo
comment from the visitors and it is B
flrmlv believed that results beneficial
to the State and city will surely follow
the display of enterprise on the part of !
tho real estate men. The association
has necessarily been at great-expense jH
In collecting nnd maintaining this cx- x lM
hlblt nnd it Is something that should bo . 'M
seen by home people as well as tourists, "
for it Is In Itself an education on the 'B
resources of the State. t-'l
While there have been no notablo
deals ln real estate during the week, V
the demand for low-priced) building lots y
and houses continues strong, the build- i'l
lng of homes Is unabated and there Is
an Increased1 demand for houses to rent. v'H
Commercial Stocks Firm.
The commercial stock ami bond mar- -
ket Is firm, with some advances in Jo- -( IH
cal securities. Dewret Savings? bank
slock sold during the week at $300 a '."jJH
share, the record price In its history. r
and Utah sugar preferred has recently jH
advanced from $9.35 to $9.75. Following v iH
are the latest quotations: ! ll
Desoret National bank ??7G.OO ...flH
Z. C M. 1 163, tO ''ll
Homo Fire insurance Co HO W vjH
Utah Sugar Co.. preferred 9. , jfH
Common 1,5 Si
Stato Bank of Utah 112 00 "-iiH
Dcscret Savings bank ................ 3000
Zion's Savings Bank and Trust Co... 113 CO
Utah National bank lCfi.W
Provo Commercial and Savings bank 133.f0 ' vH
Lehl Commercial and Savings bank. 103,00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan. 113.0)
First National bank. Ogden .... 210 00 il.iH
Rocky Mountain Bell Telophono Co. S2 00 llH
Ogden Savings bank ...... 144.00
Con. Wagon and Machine Co., pfdw 91 -u tl
Common 00 iflH
Fremont County Sugar ...Co 9 Sj tfVB
Amalgamated Sugar Co.. pfd 91 CO yH
Common ly- CO tsH
Idaho Sugar Co.... 10. 0j '.''iH
Barnea Banking Co 125.00 titH
Churoh bonds 101. j
Con. Railway & Power Co 90 00 ll
Salt Lake City railroad 101-
Suroptor Valley railroad i-.w tSI
Utah Light and Power Co 103 TO 3jH
Bank Clearings Cjl
Bank clearings of last week, compared
by days with thoso of tho corresponding i HH
week of 1903: jm J H
August 29 ? C4P.533.90 ? 537.G7S 33
August 30 3S3.W3.SS 514.29 FH
August 31 S65.SCG.53 407.774.10
Scpmborl Sg.Si3.6G SJ3.92a.SL IfH
Seotcmbcr 2 3S3.399.20 427.G13 S7
September 3 ........ 27o,403.2S 336.043-93
Totals $2,320,535.35 $2,737.33G.53
Decrease, $410,S01.1S. Bl
Business Notos, Bl
Tho real catato firm of Prltchard & Poo WM
will hereafter have charge of tho bonding. 9H
real estate and rental departments of tho BH
Wilson-Sherman company. KH
Offices havo already been opened hi tho Kl
McCornlck block by tho Agency com- lH
pany. which yesterday completed Its In- H
corporation. Tho now concern takes over IH
the Insurance business of R. u Sloan nH
and will add real estate and Investments, tfH
with Gtorgo E, Blair and E. L. Sloan, ill- HH
rectors, each ln chargo of one of tho dc- 'SjjH
partmcuta. , UH