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i scnday morning, September -j, looi. THE SAXiT LAKE TBIBTT&R. page five iiH
i i . alH
t feontrol of System.
teunding News Item From
I New York Which Will
I I Have Local Interest.
1 1st News of Rumors About Gould -ft
arriman Alliance and the Policy
1 1 o Closed Gatoway at Ogden.
I ne of the astounding bits of rnll-
news coming direct from Wall
fet Is to the effect that although W.
Vanderbllt la the nominal head of
fines bearing hla name, an Immense
rb of the stock has been gradually
en In by "William Rockefeller and
nes Stlllman and that It Is but a
tier of time before the Rockefeller
his Is full of local Interest, as
) ikcfcller Is so closely allied with j
' ild, and what Gould needs, next to j
'aclflc outlet, is a line to New York,
h'ere Is no way of getting at the
ts from this end of the line, but the
re announcement, coming as It does
set from the scene or financial deals,
vr!hv nf the deoncst Interest.
lowevcr, these great questions are
be taken with a grain of Fait, for
c is an Item from the St. Louis
W. K Vanderbllt and E. H, Hnr
n arc personal friends, and' Wall
ttt has believed for soveral months
rtUhat a good sized block of Union
ilflc stock has found its way Into
IVandorbllt strong box. Including
rrlman's large Interest in the
rthern Pacific (a little more than
tiot the stock) and Gould's interest
;Atchison and tho new Moffat road
!the Pacific coast, these two rall-
I magnates have a voice in the
Kemcnt of nearly two-thirds' of.
illway mileage west of the Mis
pi river Both tho Harrlman and
ould systems will have lndepend
nes to the Atlantic coast. Friends
inderbllt say that he has taken
tercst in the Harriman-Gould al-
mainly for the purpose of sccur
imlcable relations between the
n community of Interest, which
Iped to establish, and the newly
d western community of inter
3 It Is shown on one hand that
?rbllt is nothing but a figure head
e Vanderbllt lines and on the
that he Is buying Harrlman se
es, Is a friend of Harrlman and
j Harrlman deal.
1-vcrsed railroad men will not be
any statement tending to show
Vanderbllt personally, is on top,
any of the big deals, as his abll
; a railroad manipulator Js ques
1. That the Vrrnderbllt lines
tl be entirely lost the family and
named Harrlman or Gould would
iwh more readily believed.
S' REFUSE TO CREDIT IT.
ibts of an Alliance Between Gould
! . and Harrlman Forces,
j 'mi cannot get a railroad man to be
I ' the story that there has been an
I ince patched up between Gouldand
rrlman. Neither can it be argued
tjthe Western Pacific Is to .be aban
d or that It is not a Gould line.
Is pointed out that the Ogden gato
fls still closed to the Rio Grande
(Mr Stubbs has tho key Until It
hrown away and the latchstrlng
on the Rlo Grande side there can
possibly be any alliance,
(few years ago the Rio Grande
erty was making wonderful
;Lin Eross carni"S3 owing to the'
fthat the gateway was open, and,
air competition added to the fact
Mts connections were doing their
e in soliciting, the movement of
freight and passenger travel was
ugh this lino-.
I. things being equal the Rlo Grande
rolled the passenger business to
coast, via Ogden. and this In the
of an Inferior train service as to '
pment. time and connections,
ike the present movement todav of
Knights Templars. They insist
coming through Salt Lake and
scenery and even the Union Pa
pains had to be turned over to
Rlo Grande at Denver. The
'.lrn P4ac flc cou,d nt refuse to
A.thosc trains, but that they are all
K delivered from the Rlo Grande
r Just the same.
V-tha other hand It Is no'thlng but
gj Are All in the Apprentice Class.
I te,ulmpl,e:nanEe of diet brings
il iv Mh ard, naPP'ness the story Is
U J of Springfield. 111..
',nier belne af0cted for yearn
.nervousness and heart trouble I
'in? 8h,k f0ur yfcar3 aS that
ili , cuc,h a C(Jndltlon that my
& l ?ieT?ed U 1 coukl set 'no
! L? doctors nor from the num-
i R?rt Tan?,,"m,! medicines I
m ffbccauBc I didn't know that
II Hfc?V"lwy u"nB me back more
y uuuj at the request of a friend I
f ul a.ntl bcBa" the use of
$ ffiii!inicl QKanst my convictions I
& SI lmprovcd ln health, until for
S RSi,SiX ,r tlsht months 1 hav
m St y f,re from nervousness
J of,etCrble 5lnlcln- wakening
i of heart trouble.
which 1 had drank from chlld
J wJet hcy tllsaPPeared when I
Si r P-,4n ame s,lven by p3tum com
JI Ue Cre Mich.
J lh6r5.COffce,ftnd dling Postum.
i3 nothing marvelous about
jy common sense.
i u destroyer Postum Is a re-
II Jt" "hat3 tho reason.
W bontCn.nh packac for the famous
lL sD00k The Road to Wellvllle."
evenr day business policy that causes
the Union Pacific to protect itself. It
owns the whole system and therefore
wants tho long haul. It Is natural,
and the road cannot be criticized for
protecting Its own Interests.
Meanwhile tho Rlo Grando earnings
are oufferlng and therefore the story
of an alliance between the two big
magnates will not be credited until
Stubbs throws wide the gateway, orig
inally opened by that far-seeing traffic
man, S. W. Eccles.
Closed as today It means Gould's
Western Pacific, and therefore Salt
Lake will be glad to see it remain
02T THE WRONG TRACK.
Reasons Why California Rates Can
not Be Used as Roses.
The wholesale druggists of the East
are going to take up with the Inter
slate Commerce commission tho mat
ter of the rate to Colorado and Utah,
which Is more than the rate to Cali
fornia. While it Is well to endeavor
to correct abuses the shippers in this
Instance are on the wrong tack, sim
ply because the commission hao for
years recognized the condition of af
fairs and has conceded the right of
the railroads to make the rates
through to California lower .than to
Interior points. It Is all -due to the fact
that clipper ships make the rates to
California. They are carrying all class
of commodities from the Atlantic
ports to those of tho Pnclflo at figures
wnich the railroads have to meet. But
If the railroads should attempt to ap
ply the California basis to Interior
points the systems of tho country
would soon be in the hands of receiv
ers. A sailing vessel from New York to
San Francisco may have its hold loaded
with coal or iron for ballast, and In
addition will carry a lot of musical In
struments, Jewelry and other things.
It takes many weeks to make the trip,
but the goods are taken to California
at ruinously low rates, thereby making
a basis for rate-making which have
no bearing on rates from New York to
SHORT LINE FOR SHORT LINE.
Minidoka Branch Has a Chance to
Become Main Route to Oregon.
The Minidoka branch of the Oregon
Short Line Is a projected road to tap
the acres to be opened under the water
from the Twin Falls canal, but It has
a far more important future before it
than a mere local line. By building up
from Garland through Malad and that
region and connecting with the Mini
doka line along the south side of the
Snake, a much shorter and far better
route to Oregon could bo secured.
True, It would leave off Pofcatello from
the Salt Lake-Portland route, but tho
hills would be eliminated and between
Brlgham City and Mountain Home the
saving would be GS.5 miles. Tills, with
the great reduction In curvature, would
be a strong Incentive to build. Then
It is destined to be the best part of
Idnhd and the line would shut out com
petitors. It would Join the main line
at Medbury, Ida.
New Assistant for Schlacks.
DENVER, Colo., Sept. 3. H. T. Herr,
a former Denver railroad man, but re
cently master mechanic of the Norfolk
& Western railway, with headquarters
at Norfolk, Va., has been appointed as
sistant to Vice-President Schlacks of
the Denver & Rio Grande railroad.
Mr. Hen will be assigned to sp:lal
work in the operating department, and
J. B, Andrews, whq was assistant to
the vice-president and also acted In the
capacity of assistant secretary of the
company, will hereafter devoto his lime
exclusively to office work.
Thompson Off to Colorado.
J. L. Thompson, the newly appointed
general superintendent of bridges and
buildingn for the , Rlo Grande system,
left for Pueblo yesterday afternoon on
No. 2, taking with him the best wisher
of nil his friends. The general verdict
of railroad men Is that he will prove of
great value to the system in his new
work and the department will be soon
one of the most thoroughly systematized
of any on the road.
St. Louis Capital Backing: It.
Until the personnel of the directory of
the Missouri Trust company and the
American Central company of SL Loulw
can be ascertained, the real backing of
the new line from' Casper, Wyo., to
Boise and on to Oregon will remain in
doubt. Possibly the St. Louis concerns
are acting for other trust companies,
the Bowling Green for instance.
Wall street fakes occasionally It
A person can select his own argu
ment on railroad deals these days.
Those new trains for the Salt Lake
route built by the Pullman company
will prove to a certain class that the
road 1 a reality.
Vice-President Schlacks of the Rlo
Grande- will remain In the city possibly
for two or three days.
The Vanderbllt lines may have been
misnamed and in a short time they will
carry the name of another family prom
inent In railroading In this country.
The Rlo Grande will put In a new
and larger turntable at Bingham.
Vice-President Bancroft went up to
his Idaho ranch yesterday.
"'The Uintah railway will be finished
by October 1.
The way the Rio Grande is handling
the many trains this week is a credit to
the department In charge.
Superintendent J. T. Johnson of the
Baltimore & OWo, with ofJlce at Cleve
land, O., is In the city with his family.
The party travels In his car.
On the 13th of November the Nation
al convention of railway commission
ers of the United States will be held In
Alabama, after which many of the com
missioners will leave for a trip through
Mexico, the guesrts of the Central and
The representative of the Pan Amer
ican Railroad company has Informed
the Mexican Government thaWhe com
pany will resume work a9 eoon as the
rainy season Is over, and that before the
rainy season of nest year the line will
bo at least GiO miles long.
Westlnghouse is said to be building a
new kind of apparatus for two roads In
Indiana and Ohio, which may revolu
tionize electric railway systems.
T. P. Stcpherd, general bookkeeper of
the accounting department of the Ore
gon Short Line railroad, has been ap
pointed chief clerk to C. H.. Jenklnson,
Holiday tomorrow In the local general
Gerrlt Fort, tho gonial assistant gen
eral passenger agent of the Union Pacltlc,
Is In the city today. Ho brought through
the St. Ecrnard comirmndery, which was
ono of the most elejtaut trains moved to
Vice-President Schlacks passed the
afternoon In visiting local ofnclala of tho
V. S. Canada, of Omaha la In tho city.
Warning as io Bounty
Coyotes and Wild Cats
Substituted for Wolves
Instances Are Known Where the
Same Hides Havo Been Presented
in Two Counties.
State Auditor TIngey has addressed
af circular letter to th County Treas
urers of tho State asking them to
guard against the paying of unlawful
bounties to unscrupulous hunters. The
necessity of giving such warning was
suggested by a communication from
County Clerk F. Bachman of Provo,
citing instances of attempts being made
in Utah county to- collect the wolf
bounty on coyote hides and palm off
young wild cats for mountain lions. As
tho bounty paid on dead wolves and
mountain lions Is 55 each, while the
bounty for coyotes and wildcats Is SI. 50
and 51, respectively, It will be eeen that
success In substituting the latter for
the former would be quite profitable to
those accomplishing the swindle and
would result in corresponding lo?3 to
It la pointed out that county otflclals
who are not very fumillar with wild
animals might be easily Imposed upon
In this manner, and It Is said that there
are many citizens possessing very good
reputations for honesty In the ordinary
affairs of life who would no more hesi
tate to collect an excessive bounty from
the State than they would to beat a
railroad company or the National Gov
ernment, either of which Is generally
considered a legitimate object of prey.
In collecting the bounty for killing
wild animals it Is necessary to exhibit
to the County Clerk of some county in
the State either the skins or the scalps
of the animals, and when the clerk
gives the applicant an order on the
State Auditor for amount provided by
law It is his duty to punch holes in the
ears of the pelts. Instances have come
to light where hunters, taking advant
age of the failure of the officials to
properly mark the skins, have been en
abled to take them to another county
and collect "the bounty a second time.
The Slate Auditor urges upon the coun
ty officials the necessity of exercising
the greatest care to guard against both
methods, of getting the better of the
Ogden and Return,
Next Sunday, via Oregon Short Line,
under auspices Big Four. .Leave Salt
Lake 10:00 a. m.; leave Ogden returning
at S:00 p. m. Go and enjoy the ride up
beautiful Ogden canyon, with trout
and chicken dinner at the Hermitage.
A pleasant Sundaj' outing.
Public Long-Distnnce Telephones,
With sound-proof booths. Telephone
bulldlnfr. State street city. I
HILLSBORO. Tex., Sept. 3. A tornado
fltrurk Covington today, Injuring sovoral
persons severely. No one was killed.
NEW YORK, Sept. a. Tatham fc Bros.,
one of the oldest and largest shot manu
facturing concerns in tho country, has
been absorbed for $1,000,000 by the United
CAMP NO. 2, THOROUGHFARE. Va..
Sept. 3. By Monday morning the largest
pcaco army over aMemblcd will bo In
camp and ready for tho mimic warfare
to begin at midnight Monday.
CHICAGO, Sept. 3. Tbe sugar rato war
has finally ended. Tho Chicago-Missouri
river roads gave up tho fight a week ago
and restored tho 37-ccnt tariff to tho Mis
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Detectives aro
searching tho pawnshops of Now York
and other Eastern cIHcs for a pearl neck
laco'that disappeared In Loo Angeles, Cal.,
last May. It Is valued at $20,000.
NORTH ADAMS. Mass., Sopt. 3. The
Johnson-Dubnar Mills company of this
city, manufacturers of cotton goods, has
made an assignment, it is understood tho
liabilities amount to several hundred thou
sand dollars, it Is tho intention of the as
slgneo to continuo to operate tho mills.
MEMPHIS, Tonn., Sept. 3. Fire In tho
heart of tho wholcsalo district today de
stroyed proporty approximating in valuo
XSC0.00O. Tho flro originated in tho Ollver
Flnno Groccrj' company from an unknown
cause, completely destroying tho stock
and building of that firm.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Twenty members
of tho English section of tho Society of
Chemical Industry arrived today on tho
Campania. Count Albert Apponya, presi
dent of tho Hungarian Parliament, was
also a passenger on tho Campania.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Notice from the
Treasury department has been rccolved
by the collector of customs that hereafter
picked sheepskins shall be classified as
partially manufactured articles calling for
a duty of 20 per cent. This ruling upsota
a decision of tho board of United States
general appraisers rendered In March ISM.
ST. LOUIS. Sept 3 At the closing ses
sion of tho convontlon of tho Society for
tho Promotion of Engineering today. T. N.
McNalr, president of tho Michigan Collogo
of Mines, Houghton, Mich., was elected
president; Prof. Elwood Mead, University
of California, and Prof. M. S. Ketchman,
University of Colorado, scorctary.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 3. Sccrotary,
Morton today received tho report of the
board of visitors to tho Naval academy,
of which Representative Wade of Iowa is
chairman, giving a full account of tho re
cent Inspection of tho Institution by tho
board. The board makeB a number of im
portant recommendations designed to In
crease the efficiency of the naval school.
ESOPUS. N. Y., Sept 3 Tho first visit
ors at Rosemount today were Frederick
A. Wadhams of Albany, N. Y., sccrotary
of the State Bar association and treas
urer of the American Bar association,
which Is to moot In St Louis September
2fi. and George Lawler and A. Pago Smith
of Albany, who accompanied Mr. Wad-hams.
In the Labor World
f -H Hilt fr-H-H-H""fr
MONTGOMERY. Ala., Sept 3. Federal
Judge Thomas G. Jones today granted
an injunction against striking miners in
this district, restraining them from Inter
fering with the works and employees of
NEW YORK. Sept. 3. Executive heads
of the three union organizations which
are asking a readjustment of wages for
motormen in the new nubway woro In
conferenco today, considering what steps
shall be taken if It bocomes necessary to
forco the demand.
TRINIDAD, Colo . Sept 3, President
Howella and Secretary Simpson of dis
trict 15, United Mine-Workers of America,
have Issued a call entreating tho non
union coal miners who havo assumed tho
positions made vacant by tho striking
union miners to strike Soptombcr 7.
NEW YORK, Sept. 3. Motormen and
othor employeesion the Brooklyn elevated
railroad and 'thp King's county elevated
railroad, which are a part of tho Brooklyn
Rapid Transit company's system, aro
watching the developments in Manhattan,
but there is little apprehension on tholr
part that they will bo drawn Into tho
threatened strike hero. J
j MILL j
ji First Showing of j
I Tailor - Made Hats i
i Autumn 1904
) Advance styles for Fall havo ar- S J
I rived. They aro now on display and ' I
s ? ' await your admiration. You will S jj
A find hero tho choicest varieties and ? 1
H newest ideas. s Es
Km S S M
g S You are cordially invited to visit ?
our Millinery Department and view jj
1 j this first display of Fall Hats. We )
J ? "feel sure that you will consider the )
C time- well spent. ( j
h Our usual popular prices prevail.
() J BEAUTIFUL NEW FALL GOODS
Rj ARRIVING EVERY DAY. j i
K ? ' Our receiving room is being taxed S
t s to its fullest capacity by the receipt I jg
V I of on almost- endless variety of the ?
& S newest goods for ovory department. S S
Prs: Shores' $3 Rate Extended I
Owing to the fact Vhat the Doctors were unable to handle the great crowds of Catarrhal sufferers that . ll
thronged their offices durlna. the closing days of last month, to take advantage of Drs. Shores' special offer to cure Sl
all Catarrhal Chronic disease for the low fee of $3 'per month, all medicines free and owing to the fact that Drs. Sll
Shores were unable to reply to half the letters received from all parta of the country begging for a little more time, &H
that they too might avail themselves of the special offer, Drs. Shores have concluded to be guided by the almost liH
universal demand made upon them by the people for an extension of the time, and hereby announce that the low lal
rate of 33 a month for nil Catarrhal Chronic diseases will be extended another month the entire month of September. flH
September, The Last Moath of the $3 Rate
If you have Catarrh, Deafness, Lung Trouble, Asthma If you have Catarrh of the Head, Stomach, Llver Kid- ifjfl
neys, Bladder or Bowels If you suffer from any ailment caused from Catarrh no matter how complicated the case lUBI
may be IF YOU APPLY TO DRS. SHORES &. SHORES DURING SEPTEMBER, THEY WILL TREAT YOU fiH
UNTIL CURED FOR THE LOW FEE OF W A MONTH. NO OTHER CHARGE OR EXPENSE. ALL MEDI- $fH
CINES INCLUDED FREE. JiH
This generous offer of Drs. Shores to treat until cured all catarrhal sufferers who apply during September In wll
person or by letter, for the low fee of S3 a month, all medicine free, goes Into effect at once, and holds good to all ififl
who apply this month. If you are a sufferer from any Catarrhal Chronic disease and want a permanent cure prac-
tlcally free, do not hesitate. Do not wait unti the closing days of the month to apply and' be lost in tho rush, as rjlH
was the case with hundreds last month, but begin your treatment at once. I UJI
COME TODAY. COME MONDAY, COME ANY'' DAY THIS MONTH, AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS 9 HlH
MOST GENEROUS OFFER, YOU CAN CONSULT DRS SHORES FREE, WHETHER YOU TAKE TREAT- l 'SJH
MEMT OR NOT. CONSULTATION, EXAMINATION AND ADVICE FREE ALL THIS MONTH FOR ANY DIS- I tflH
EASE. j njll
In Diseases of Men.
Fifteen years ago Dre. Shores &
Shores established a special depart
ment, exclusively for men, suffering
' from private diseases. This depart
ment offers many advantages. First
of all we say to those in need of
treatment that we effect a complete
9 and permanent cure In every case
undertaken. So confident are wo
that our treatment cures' that we are
willing to wait for our fee until a
cure Is effected. We have the finest
equipped laboratory In the West,
where medicine of known str6ngth
is furnished" to patients, thereby do
ing away with the humiliation of
taking a prescription to the drug
gists, when everybody who sees the
prescription knows what diseases
such medicines are prescribed' for.
All diseases treated. This is a
I great advantage to those suffering
from private diseases, as it does not
compromise your reputation to be
seen coming or going to Drs. Shores'
office, as It Is generally known that
they have the largest and most re
spectable practice of any physicians
in Salt Lako City. We claim to be
thoroughly competent and reliable.
We offer absolute protection as to
privacs". We furnish pure medi
cines. We make quick and perma
nent cures. And we are the only
physicians doing business in the
West who take the stand that a doc
tor Is not entitled to his fee until
his patient is cured.
Remember the examination is
free at tho office or by mall, and if
you conclude to takb treatment for
I any private disease we are willing
tp wait for our fee until you are
$3 a Month by Hail.
No one need be deprived of the
advantages of this special offer be
! cause of living away from the city.
Write Dra. Shores at once, If you
cannot call, for their symptom list
and question blanks, and take ad
vantage of Drs. Shores' special of
fer to cure Catarrh and all Ca
tarrhal Chronic Diseases for the low
fee of 53.00 a month; no other charge
or expense. All medicines free.
I This special offer goes into effect at
once and holds good to all who ap
ply during September only. Call or
write. Consultation free whether
you take treatment or not. Do not
delay; apply now.
EXPERT SPECIALISTS 'jl
OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 evenings. 10 to 12 Sundays and Holidays. j .
Houston Block, 2$9 Souih Main Street, Sail Lake C2ity
tako advantaKO of now Ideas. Some
thlnc now Is offered for sale and thoj
buy it when ltv3 bettor than what thoy
is a caso In question.
The llcht's better, doesn't burn up tho
oxycen of tho room and costs about
what your gas does.
We'll wiro your residence, or do any
kind of electrical work for you In a
perfect and safo mannor and do it to
I. M. HIQLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
109 Knal First South. Telophono 752.
THREE CROWN" FLAVORING
EXTRACTS BRING PERFECT RE
SULTS, AND NEVER DISAPPOINT.
HERE, TOO, PURITY IS PARA
MOUNT WITH QUALITY.
Some of our leaders:
Vanilla. . Lemon.
Ask tho Grocer for
"The Best of thz Good
A Splendid Endorsement. H
,2?i'Whv Terrible Skin Dis liH
JMSvU ease .Cured la H
"gy MRS. S. C. SORENSON, 1630 'jfl
JlP' ial South Second West St., Salt Lake
illfei lf Mrs. Sorenson says: "I have I N
-A suffered three years with a terri- 0 f H
Mlih. i iy ule sk,n disease. I came to Drs. I Mm
(1 ' fflW'fY' "f Shores & Shores one month ago; jr
W'"ufKEv. niy skin was dry and scaly and M
V' I Itched all the time. My scalp 'V
HV'HiLv J ' was covere,i with tores, and fa!
JiWiS-Sfel--O through my suffering my stom-
W - ach became weak and I was 1 Ifl
WtflWffZ generally run down. IN TWO j M
"'L "0 v WEEKS I FOUND ALL MY 3 il '
TROUBLE GONE and I feel I 'J
mvXST Hke a new man- (Signed.) j
"MRS. S. C. SORENSON." JH
WE TREAT AND CURE
Catarrh and Stomach troubles, Nervous Diseases, Kidney Diseases, Bladder 'HH
Trlubles, Heart Disease, Diseases of the Stomach and Bowels, Piles, Fistula It'tiH
nnd Rectal Diseases, Female Complaints, Diseases of Women and Children, I ''H
Rickets. Spinal Troubles, Skin Diseases, Deafness. Asthma, Bronchial and Lungi , JH
Troubles, Consumption In the First Stages, Rheumatism, Hay Fever, Neu-1 L 'fH
ralgla, Hysteria, Eye and Ear Diseases. Goitre or Big Neck, La Grippe, Lost MiH
Manhood, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Blood Diseases, Special Diseases, Scrofula! jViH
and all forms of Nervous, Private and Chronic Diseases (that are curable). rllH
Consultation free, call or write. i TH
WRAK MEJN PAY WHEN CURED. k!H
Contracted Disorders What "Weakness" Is and Varicocele. Nl
Be suro your euro How Wc CuTe It. Absolutely painless ''-IH
is thorough. Not treatment that cures i
one of our patlonts so-called "Weakness" In men completely. Investl- j
fcVeafd SeK i5fn rVolhor-1
discharged as cured mnainnmiion in uie prosuuo . . scientific k'tH
nml wi niirn in lr5 glund. brought on by early dls- ,p u g n j sciemmc rfJH
ajiu wc euro in less ina.ion m. iiv the Imnroner treatment for this i'TH
time than tho ord - sipauon oi u me improper bdnir cm- I , MH
nary forms of treatment of some contracted uc,ns cm ft
treatment require. disease. A complete and radical P"3 co. ilJH
1 euro Is, therefore, a question of f&tH
restoring the prostate gland to - rvH
its normal state, and this wo
... . . accomplish promptly and cdm- . . V.IH
Specific BlOOd PoiSOll pletcly without tho use of In- S P r ma'rrhca' VlH
tcrnal remedies. Our treatment Stricture. Piles, Prl- f iM
No dangerous mln- Is a local ono entirely. It la yato and Contracted i -JM
crals to drive the original and scientific, and has Disease, Lost Man-
virus to tho Interior, been proven absolutely cfTectlvo bd. Hydrocele, kll
but harmless, blood by thousands of tesbs. Wo aro Seminal Weakness, h '1
cleansing rcmodtes. convinced that by on other etc.. aro also among i' iiH
that remove tho last method can full and permanent thc diseases we euro ' JH
poison taint. restoration of strength and vig- to stay cured. B , iH
or bo accomplished. j
j CLOSES NEXT MONDAY, j
LABOR DRY. H
A big free Clam Bnke will be tendered the patrons of the p Kll
resort, the crowning event of a successful season. jjj H
jj 2sT0 INCREASE IN PRICE j pj
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