Newspaper Page Text
laos Cannot Handle
iaB8 the Traffic.
? Jansfer on Narrow Gauge
"5 &ne Great Cause for the
SH I Long Delays.
iroe Small Eoads leading' to tho
vjf i Fcamp Are Blocked With. Freight
Ooq f Cars Delay Gutting: Serious.
rhe congestion of frolght on tho roads
idlng to tho isoutborn mining country
BHV Nevada exceeds anything of the hind
n, a t ba3 ever ocourrcd In tho State, Tho
iaj - tt& c. Is absolutely overwhelmed and
Mound House thoro are hundreds of
ef n that cannot bo handled. Bealdo this
ere are ISO cars at Sparks that cannot
rrni& lKxit south until the side trachs at
inctr ound House and other points of tho
f& C. aro relieved, says tho Reno Jour-
ttBr The traffic In both directions la enor
, 6iib. Tho ore shipments alono aro al
fle ost sufficient to ocoupy tho time of
' a. d ie roads. Oro coming from the Tono
,ylih road has to bo transferred by hand
rM4S- Mound House to tho V. & T., a pro
JAlmea that adds greatly tt the delay,
bid Ac returning cams aro employed to
pinsport mcrcliandlso back to Tonopah,
9 v WX they aro Insufficient for tho lm
' wspenae quantities of freight that have
Ian WPon consigned.
n ftRTho Tonopah road is also taxed to tho
T?IbiU, but on account of its shorter haul
Lmfend the fact that tlio burden of trana
K WTing from a narrow to wldo gauge is
leis traced on the C. & C, it has beon able
Jbkcep up with shipments fairly well.
onji Lawson on Three Directors.
, .Thomas W Lawson, In his story of
iom Frenzied Flnanco," deals with three
o feii ien who have, becomo directors of the
was fnlon Pacific Owlnjr to tho new local
itercst in tho men and the City Na
TV tonal bank, a pnragraph is reproduced
rom the article, as follows: "From Its
ays' fi iceptlon it was known as a 'Standard
verS 111" creature, becauso its blrthplaco was
jt -iv, io National City bank of Now York
z: Iho Standard Oil lank), and its par
n,u nla thu leading 'Standard Oil' lights,
lenry H. Rogers, "William Rockefeller,
iyjft nd James Stlllman It has from its
Irth to present writing been responsible
it br moro hell than any other trust or
Tti'x nanclal thing slnco tho world began.
rt! lecausa of It tho people have sustained
irrc ncalculablo losses and have suffered un-
old miseries. But for tlhf exlstenco of
ia!f -he National City bank bf New York,
he tremendous losses and necessarily
atili Corresponding profits could not havo
. lieen made."
Xm No Cut Coming.
ifistrKThe San Bcmnrdlno Times states that
,L i mt rates will follow the opening of the
i tew line to Salt Lake. This is not the
i ass, although the rate from Salt Lako to
JJC3 jos Angeles will be tho same as from this
Ity to Portland or San Francisco; that Is,
' 11.50. The other roads, having no direct
rWij Ine, will keep their rates as at present,
hliriM horeforo dropping out of tho Salt Lake
oua7 ravel entirely. If a person wishes to take
: he roundabout lino by way of San Fran
; Ibco he will pay the old rate. Otherwise
rp s lie whole coast situation would be dis
. ti: f . Low Rate to Denver.
ypd fDENVER, Colo., Oct. 17. Tho Western
uaB? tassonger association has granted a rate
jw " ff one cent a mile for tho Grand Army
luf encampment to be held in Denver next
trJfl I Rio Grando Annuals,
li jDENV ER, Colo.. Oct. 17. The annual
leetlng of tho Rio Grando Southern and
'ji r no Rio Grande. Pagosa & Northern rail
o JS nVB, subsidiary companies of the Den
Z er Grando system, were held hero
to The Rio Grande Southern's old
,e nl oi directors was re-elected. In
PJ P Rio Grando. Pagosa & Northern
ltKi ward Chnrles II. Schlack3 replaces A.
la, f p.' SullenberKur of Now York, resigned.
W J V. ndrows and J. R. Gllluly aro also
truff ie vr members
ten f Eouk Island Annual Meeting.
PSJ JNliW YORK, Oct. 17.-The annual
neetlug of tho 3tockholdura of tlio Rock
li 4 a!an'J compnny, whlcli owns tho Rock
iPJ sland railroad system, was hold in Jer
ll.w! I$" Clly today. Gcorgo S. Brewster of
Mt ew York and Robert Mather, two retlr
dl? ng directors, woro re-olccted.
tin ? 1 Eailroad Note3.
,JC vtce-Pi-csldent Schlaclcs of the Rio
n." Gj-ando Is with tlie Gould parly now ln
' upcctlng tho Illinois lines.
lVfii jMn. Bottlnger, wlio was hero with the
lP i 9: 3ercnB Party, had his Hfo saved
. tti ln SL Loula Thursday by an unknown
inJW anian who sulled him from under a
$ wylnp street car.
Z$ ISS? ?nn Central Route Is the namo
, Slen to tho Pero Slurquotto and C. H.
&. D. systems combined, of which Rus
sell Hardlmr Is vico-prcsidont in charge
William Cotter general manager of tho
Poro Marquette, and J. A. Edson of tho
C H. & D. lines.
Vice-President Bancroft of the Short
Lino will bo homo today.
Traffic Manager Schumacher of tho
Short Lino is back at his desk.
Tho Southern Paclflo is now tho road
being watched most closely by thoso who
follow every movo on tho railroad map.
It was reported In Denver yesterday that
Gonoral Superintendent Couglin of tho
Denver & Rio Grando would at onco ro
Tho Harriman lines havo ndopted a now
plan for tho decoration of passenger cars.
All tho fancy gilt and plush and othor
giddy things arc to bo eliminated.
A NATTJKAIi SANITARIUM.
Wriat a Scientific Observer Has to
Say About California.
Lieut John P. Flndley, while In
chargo of tho United States weather
bureuu at San Francloco, contributed
an artlclo to a prominent magazine on
tho climatic conditions of California,
In which the following statement ap
peared: "Theoretically, California should fur
nish the best and most varied health
resort and sanitariums In the United
States. "Within her borders almost ev
ery form of wasting disease should
llnd the means of temporary, If not
This theoretical statement, from an
unbiased, scientific standpoint. Is abun
dantly confirmed by experience. The
cool and bracing coast climate, devoid
of any trace of malaria, extends from
the northern part of the State to the
extreme south. There Is the choice be
tween this cool, humid atmosphere and
the dry. warm atmosphere of tho in
Of altitude there is yet a greater dif
ference. From Plain "Valley, 300 feet
below sea level, to the upper Sierras,
7000 or 8000 above, any altitude can be
selected, and comfortable homes be
The peculiarity of an almost ralnlesB
summer, during whlcn the injurious
germs of animal and vegetable decay
are destroyed by thorough desiccation,
is one of the striking features of Cali
During the rainy season it is usually
too cool to facilitate fermentation, and
the result is, except along somo of the
river valleys, an absolutely pure at
mosphere. The ocean winds entering
through the several coast openings, are
tempered by the Intermediate -area
passed over, and often receive desir
able healing properties by taking up the
resinous odors of the pines and red
woods of the coast range.
The skillful physician, acquainted
with tho climatic conditions, should
find little difficulty In selecting a local
ity where climate and environment will
do all that these agencies can ever do
toward the restoration of health. There
is enough of wildncss to keep the mind
constantly engaged, and enough of civ
ilization to satisfy the most exacting.
People whose systems are charged
with malaria, or are "run down" by
overwork, find immediate and In many
ases permanent relief In this Invigor
For descriptive and illustrative liter
ature, call on or address, D. R. Gray,
general agent, S. Pac Co., 201 Main
street, Salt Lake City. Utah.
1 HAPPENINSS ABROAD
MADRID, Oct. 17 Tho Infanta Maria
Do Las Mercedes, Princess of tho Astu
rias, sister of King Alphonso and wifo of
Prlnco Charles of Bourbon, 4,'ave birth to
a daughter jesterday and died today.
SHANGHAI. Oct. 17. Two sacks of
mall of the British steamer Calchas have
been received hero by way of Peking.
GRAVESEND. England. Oct 17. Tho
cruiser Cleveland of tho American Euro
pean squadron, has sailed for Portsmouth.
LISBON, Oct. 17. Tho Portuguese
Cabinet has resigned.
EM DEN, Germany, Oct. 17. Four Ger
man steamers aro loading coal hero for
tho Russian tlcet.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 17 Russian -is
fell another of a point today.
ROME. Oct. 17. The American Embas
sador, Mr. Moycr arrived hero today. Ho
was detained a day at Turin, whoro he
was tho guest of tho Duko of Aosta, a
cousin of King Victor Emmanuel.
MANILA, P. I.. Oct, 17.-Socond Lieut
William D. Prltchard. in a fit of insanity,
shot and killed Second Lieut. Fred L.
Deen. Ho then shot and killed himself.
Both of tho officers were attached to tho
Thirteenth regiment of United States cav
alry stationed at Camp Stolsenberg.
PARIS. Oct 17. Tho Temps correspond
ent at Mukden, In a dispatch dated today,
says tho Russians sought yesterday to
resumu tho offensive along the ontlro line,
but tho attempt proved futile, as tho Jap
anese mado furious resistance, gradually
driving back the Russian lines.
MONTEVIDEO. Oct. 17. The Chamber
of Deputies has approved of the message
of the Government containing the basis
of peace. There was a popular demon
stration in celebration of the peace mes
sage. LONDON. Oot. 17. Tho Japanese Minis
ter here, Buron Hayashi, in an interview
today on thu result of last week's fighting,
said: "Tho war will bo continued through
tho winter, which, in somo respects, is
moro suitable for operations than the
summer. Tho next point of real Import
ance to be taken la Tio pass."
I Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS must bear
ill I rH CureTliP1 1 T'T' Li El
I illliiiS s,ck heaache. Hi 1 m et d
WKm A TORPID LIVER. MM m W las Wu
'lit' )B U FURREDTONGUE- tipi 1 e
lift (f'tf! tr INDIGESTION. Hg& O fl M I Vtt
,KP"l!l W LP CONSTIPATION JEW BBmJB
,10? w dizziness. wBBbsshbssbm
4 oh8Y T0UCH the L 3 V E R s8:::; S
BSl i"6 WraPPer Printed on a
tfecfe'l "ED PAPER BLACK LETTERS JSp-
I hoo for Che Signature t
No One Can Vote Id
Everybody Should Vote Next
Month and in Decem
ber. Three Days Only When Voters'
Names May Bo Entered on .
DATA ALL SHOULD HAVE
Tuesday, October 18.
Tuesday, November 1.
f "Wednesday, November 2. -r
f My Registration Officer
-f My Registration District
-f My Registration Place
So many things that ae vital confront
tho pooplo of Utah, Salt Lako City and
county that of all years tho vot
ers should bo especially diligent nbout
Under the law no ballot will bft received
at the polls next month nor in tho sohool
election the following month unlcus the
elector has duly registered. Former reg
istration will not count.
Thoro must bo a compter new registra
tion. No man nor wo:n.in(cnn vote unless
ho or she has appeared bofors tho r''Per
registration officer, recorded the name end
address and proved legal residence.
Registration of voters for tho coming
November election began Tuesday
All voters must register this year In order
to bo entitled to voto during tho next four
years. Tlio registration dates aro Octobor
J3 and November 1 and 2.
The following registration officers havo
been appointed for Salt Lako City and
county, together with tho placo of regis
tration: 1 Llna Wilkinson, 1370 Tenth East
2 C. E. Beers, 107S South Eighth East.
3 Sarah M. Hammond, IZi East Seventh
4 Emma L. Ivcrson. rear 323 East Sev
6 Addella "W. Eardlcy, C21 South Main.
6 o. C. Brown, Sherwood's pharmacy,
Fifth Soutn and Stats.
7 M. H. McAllister, 155 East Sixth
8 Fred Barrow, 452 East Fifth South.
D David Bcrnhlsel. 383 South Sixth E?j5t.
10 W. H. Harrison, S16 iiust Fifth
11 E. J- Swaner. 318 South Tenth East.
12 D. G. Ferguson, C79 South "West Tem-
P'l3 John McNeill. 1012" South First
1-i Hulda Carlqulst, C21 South Fourth
15 Nellie L. Shannon, 27 Johnson street
16 E. F. Woodruff, 920 Cannon street
17 Thomas W. Green, Sixth ward mect-lng-house.
IS J. E. Cowley. 453 South Second West
19- Jennlo A. Frolscth, 23 West Sixth
S20Bmily Fox, 137 West Third South.
21 T. C. Waltonspiel, 73 West Second
S22H. J- Benson. 224 West First South.
23 Feramorz Y. Fox, 2C1 West Second
24 L. C. Johnson, 404 West Third
25 B. G. Gulver, 6C0 West First South.
20 Mary B. Howells, 62 South Sixth
27 j. M. Campbell, 118 West First
28 Bello White, 44 North Second West
2 J. E. Mullett. 262 Wall street.
50 Marv Katz. 2o3 West Third North.
31 Elizabeth J. D. Roundy, 542 West
32 Elizabeth E. Davis, 04 North Fifth
33 Elizabeth Haslam, 331 North Sixth
S4 Edith G. Budd. 504 West Second
35 Fannio L Rldd, GSl West Fourth
C6 John C. Sandberg, Suuerlor addition.
37 Bertha M. Gray, SO Third street
38 Parthenla K. Parry, 41 East North
59 Mrs. John A. Mayncs. 175 G street.
40 Ernest E. Brown, 353 Fifth Htrcet
1 41-H. T. Ball, 603 Fifth street
42 Orson Allen, S30 First streot
43 John A. Do Valley, 1133 First street
44 Maud Loofbourow, 54 South
45 Jennie Davidson, 2o2 South Ninth
40 Henry Coulam, 777 East First South.
47 Peter Hansen, 267 South Sovonth
48 Christopher DIelil, 525 East Second
49 Joltlo Browning, 435 East Third
CO C. O. Farnswortli, Theater pharmacy,
corner First South and Stato streets.
61 Nelllo Edwards, 164 South Second
62 Peter F. Goss. 263 South Main.
53 Augusta W. Betts, Waterloo Cash
Store, llth South and 4th Euat.
54 Henry Quaylc, 21 West Eleventh
55 J. E. Morris, Mill Creek (Caldcr's
56 D. A. Smith, Caldcr's Station.
67 Nelllo H. Shurtllff. Mill Creek.
CS Nolllo Hamilton, Mill Creek.
59 Henry V. Ballard, Murray.
60 John M. Graham, Murray.
61 J. J. Proctor, Murray.
62 James Nollson, Holllday.
C3 John P. Olsen, Argenta P. O.
64 W. M. Roach. Mountain Dell.
65 Mary Hanson, Butler (Sandy).
66 T. If. Wnlke. Union.
67 Carl Larson, Sandy.
CS-Wllllani Halstead, Sandy.
69 Janet D. Mulr, Sandy.
70 J. D. Stlllwell, Alta.
71 R. M. Falrbourn, Crescent (Sandy),
TJ E, W. Hundrlckon, Draper.
'iZHynin S, Moualey, Bluff Dalo.
7-1 J. H. Froemnn, llerrlman.
76 Leonora V Jloward. Rlverton.
76 Albert JJoor Sandy.
77 C. L. Coopiy 'est Jordan.
78 Hyrum Goll. West Jordan.
79 Wiilard Plxton. Tavlorsvllle.
60 C. L. Countryman. Bingham Canyon.
51 J. 1 Price, Bingham Canyon.
82 J. C. Hardle, Bingham Canyon.
83 W. S. Reld. Rlter.
84 Rasmus Nollson. Hunter.
5Martha Bolton, Granger.
SC F. W. Schoenfeld, Brighton.
87 A. Y Taylor, corner Seventh East
and Twelfth Siuth.
SS E. Eldrodge. 1228 Ea3t Twelfth
89 Jacob P. Olscn. Forest Dalo.
CO II. A. Wlcko, Bingham Canyon.
91 J. 31. Earl. North Point.
92 A. G. Green. Bintjham.
Haisin Drying- Plant Burned.
FRESNO, Col.. Oct. 17. Firo has de
stroyed tho new drying and seeding plant
of tho St. Georco vinoyard, live miles
from town, with its contents of 2CO tons
of Heeded ralalns. The building and con
tonls wore uninsured, and tho loss, it Is
estimated, will approximate J30.000 on tho
raisins alone, ,
SwMBIi June 19, (904.
Alt RIVE. ,
Prom Ogdon, Portland.
Butte, San Francisco, Chi
cago, St. Loula, Omaha,
and Denver DXO cum.
Prom Ogdcn and .inter medi
ate points 9:10 turn.
From Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
and Intermediate points.... lltOO a.m
From Opdcn, Chicago, Bt
Louis. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
clnco U30 pxn.
Prom Ogdon, Cache Valley,
Butto, Portland and San.
Francisco - TtoO p.m.
For Qfjden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and
St Louis 7 EDO Jtnv
For Ocden. Portland. Butto,
San Francisco and lntermc
dlate points lOaJO a.m.
For Ogden, Omaha, Chlcapt),
Donvcr, Kansas City. St
Louis and Son Francisco.. ItSO p.m.
For Ogdcn, Cache Valley,
Denver, Kansas City, Oma-
ha, St Louis and Chicago.. Df&5 pan.
tPor Ogdon. Cacho Valloy, 1
Butte. Holena, Portland. ,
Ban Francisco and lntcrme- ,
dlate points 11:45 p.m,
T, M. SCHUMACHER, Trafflo Mgr.
D. E. BURLEY. G. P. & T. A.
D. 8. SPENCER. A. G. P & T. A.
vlty 1ickctgfflce. 201 Main gtreat
2t insures as enjoyable, Invigorating
bath; makes every pore respond, ro.
moves dead ekln.
ENERGIZES THE WHOLE BODY,
BtartB the circulation, and leaves 0
glow equal to a Turkish bath.
ALL GROCERS AND DRUGGISTS.
MEN! GET IT NOW.
Send today for a book which will inspire
any roan to bo strong and vigorous a
book you will like to read. It leila how
to cure weak men, and gives illustrations
of tho effect of my belt upon wenk, nervo
lees men. 1 send tho book, sealed. 2reo, If
you Inclose this ad.
DR. M. T. M'LAUGHLIN.
ral 16th St. Denver. Colo.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner iloin and South Tcmplo Sta,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence lnvl'?
J. B- Cosgrlff, Pres. B. W. Wilson. Coshlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Pcabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO SCO. SANK
Bait Lako City, Utah.
The OldeBt and Cirongcst Bank In Utah.
Undivided prortta )
Transacts a general banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks ta all
principal cities of tho world.
Drafts, On aH
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. I oltleo,
Deposits received subject to ohocli.
H, L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLA.RK, Asst Coshlor.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 150 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
O. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST, General Manager.
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In Progress bldg., Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAXD, J200.000.00.
BAZiT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Established 15D. Inoirporatcil CS0S.
Transact 0. General BanmnjT 'urness.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JESEBET NATIONAL BANJ
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $500,000 Surplus, $250,000
L. B. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. B. YOUNG, E. S, HILLS.
Cashier. Aust Cashier.
Safe dopoult boxes for rent
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY. '
FRANK KNOX ,..!rosidon, '
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlos-Prealdonl
W. F. ADAMS Coahioj
CAPITAL PAID IN. $300,000.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal tUtloq
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOBITS.
jyjcCORNICE: & CO,
Salt Lako City, TJtaM,
. fl J j L neri yu lenovn
. m Jj J? McConahay'o dol-
SJ- lar alarm clock
. j "will got you up,
JJraa 3a- ,-why run chancea
, on tho 75-cent
CXI J -X 41 Znd So. St.
J .WHICH ROAD YHliL YOU TAKE?
DENVER & RIO GRANDE j
Is the shortest and moatpopalorroiite
I A NATURAL' PICTURE GALLEET'.ALL'THE WAT.
50 hours going. 49 hours returnlcg;Vtlirough;the.grandeat jj
scenery on the American Continent .i' j
Tli Exposition Flyer f
I To St. Louis without change of cars $
I Leave Salt Lake 3:15 p. m. daily arriving at St. Louis 8:00
5 p. m. second day.
Compare these figures before accepting the clalmB of our
competitors ( .
1 ' I
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND TOURISTS ANNUALLY
3 Testify that the Kio Grande is the only way when you travel for f
?j pleasure I
THAT'S WHY WE GET THE BUSINESS., 1
I First class dining-car eervice. Through Pullman and tour--
I 1st sleepers. Free reclining chair cars. I
See any Rio Grande Agent for further particulars,
' - " - t
I Qs!stln About, the I
I World's Fair. - I
7$ There are a lot of little things in conneotion fyA
$ with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that jg
t you will wish to know rates, how long tickets p!
are good, time of trains, whether or not a change i
of cars is necessary, what one has to pay for
'. ' board and lodging.
S I am in shape to answer these and similar U
questions. Call or write if you want information.
fel t 'i. M
; - Tho Roclc Island System operates
H ' through oloeplng cars dally Colorado to Ksj
St. Loula by way of Kansas City. Re-
i duced ratea in effect dally. Coaoh or- ?j
curslona at frequent intervals. Full In- ?
tfS rormatlon on rotjuest. y
i . 1
I lUlH M M 1 1 1 1 C BIBLE' Trav- Pnss- -A-gont-
t tSiri 100 West 2nd South st, jj
ficlLHjl SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. W
j ly C B. BLOAT, Qon'l Agt. Pass'r Dopt. f:
1 mm THE SCENIC ROCKIES TO I
I ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE . I
Sfi Leaving Salt Lake City at 3:15 p. m. j
. 'Arriving in World's Fair City at 7:19 a. in.
' Willi six hours in Denver. '
M Surely, this is the ideal arrangement 'for your
m World's fair trip. Improve the opportunity by avail-
y ing yourself of it while the rates are low. For do- j
a tailed information write today to v . j
" ' J
Sp ! B' F ms:LEN' Generai Aseut, p
S lJlillSOill 79 W' SEC0NI south ST., m
1 S-k Salt Lake City. M
DOCTOR COOK gfulsoax30a
J PBOSTATIO THOUBLE3 X 201BVOUS DEBILTSTSr i
rVXloueWB&&m& Curcs nulck and radical in f
S SLeioa from ( itc dayo. W J to 60 days, by my own la-
, STBIOTUBE m m VAHIC0CELE
culi&K nafn dnJRBdS W JO Completely and permonenUv
: tention tnm XGcm cured by my new process; all
, tenuon rrom uuBineisa. gMW dlaagrccable symptoms soon (
1 WASTING "WEAKNESS & disappear completely and ;
m , . . . A Tin.. ,rHft forever; It 1b safo, palrtlosa ;
Time of cure. 10 to CO days. fl-and bloodlsso. An abeoiuto (
: by my original, very Blmplo s4Bh LaflW.curo guaranteed.
i remedy (used exclusdvely by mvkLZwJsEsw.
3 ma.) f ELOOD POISON
1 PEIVATE DISEASES SWMW Every vcstlgo of poison re- t
- ... . &Vll9JV.fnii'' moved from s'Dtem wlthoat
j cured In 8 to 10 days, without s5 nii 0f niorcury or potash.
' the uoe cf poloonous druga. ;
; Consultation la frco and lnylted, and In consulting me you may be bum that
' nothing that science can dovlflo or sk ill perfeot has beon left undono to afford
you a speedy, nafo and permanent euro.
WRITE mo In full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appar to '
' you and receive by return mall my honcat ana candid opinion of your caso. 1
j COOK MEDIGHL QO ?tt?8: j
The Legoosi Road1 H
Salt Lako & Ogdcn Rail-way.
Time Tablo in Effect Sept. 6, 1604. j
LEAVE SALT LAKE, G:C0 and 9 a.
8:S0 and 5:30 p. m. IH
LEAVE FARiflNGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:30 and 10 a. m;. 4:30 and C:M p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. ra. on
Bundays and holiddro.
A. X. PIERSON. Gcn'l Pass. Agt.
3. B. BEAN, Excursion Act.
OFFICE. 131 2AIN ST.
In Effect October 9, 1004. ILH
LEAVE SALT IVKE CITY.
No. 10 For Hebcr, Provo and IB
Marj-bvalo 8:00 a. m.
No. 102 For Parle City 8:15 a. m. ,
No. & For Denver and Enat 8:60 a. m.
No. 5 For Opden and West 10:50 a. m. I
No. 1 For Opden and Went 1:45 p. m. .
No. 2 For Denver and East .... 3:15 p. m.
No. S For Provo arid Eureka.. 5:00 p. m.
No. 31 For Ogden and local pts 6:05 p. m.
No. ! For Dtnvcr and EaaU... S:05 p. m.
No. Z For Otrden and West.... 11:40 p. m. IB
No. 112 For Bingham :10 a. m.
No. 114 For Elmjhnm 3:(W p. m.
ARRPE AT SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Ogden and tho East 3:40 a. m.
No. 12 From Ogdon and local ptslO.'i a. m.
No. 7 From Eureka and Provo. 10:00 :u m.
No. 6 From Denver nnd East. .10:40 n. m.
No. 1 From Denver and East., 1:35 p. m. Hl
No. 2 From Ogdon and Wc3t... 3:30 p. m. MH
No. 101 From ParK City 6:15 p. m. HH
No. 9 From Heber, Provo and HH
Marys vslo 1:00 p. m. IHH
No. 4 From Ogden c'.id thoWcsf 7o P. m, HH
No. 3 From Denver and East...li:.i p. m. HH
No. 113 From Bingham 10o a. m. HH
No. 115 From Bingham o:40 p, u HH
All train except Nob. 1 to C stop at In- HH
termodlnto points. HH
Ticket ofllce. Dooly Block. HH
Ph.. as. A BECTOX- a p. D, H
Ean Pedro. Los An- VKTvk'v I
gelea & Salt Lako VPiii If
R. R. Co. M
From Oregon Short Lin? depot. Salt Lako Bj
For Provo. Lohl. Fairfield and HR
Ncphl, Mantl and points on Iff;
Sanpete Valley Ry 7:30 o,nv llj
For Garfield Beach, Tooele, H
I Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- W
I reka, and Silver City 8KX a.m.
For Provo. American Fork, 1
I Lehl. Juab, Mllford. Frisco, I
Callentoa and intermediate J
points c6.-05 p.m.
From Provo, American Fork, 1
Lehl, Juab. Mllford, Frloco, I
Callsntcs and Intermediate Ji
points 9:35 a.m. W
(From Provo, Lehl, Fairfield, ffl
Mercur and Sanpoto Valley
Ry. polntB 5:35 p.m.
From Silver City, Mammoth, ffl
Eureka, Btockton, Tooele J
find Garfield Beach w5:35 "P.m;
-Dally. r m
Dally Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car Ser- 9
vice between Salt Lake, Mllford, Modona (I
and Callonte;. I
Direct staKO connections for all mining ;
dlstrlcta in southern Utah and Nevada. X
City Ticket Office, 201 Main Streot; I
Telephone 250. fi
E. W. GILLETT. J. L MOORB, i
Gcn'l Paaa. Airt. DhiL Pass. Act. ji
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT 'LING J
TO ST. LOUIS. 1 1
Through car, Salt Lako City tti St. ' X.
Louis and Kansas City. Only one cangq S
i to New York, Buffalo and principal points m
Unat low ratea for summer travel.
E3peclal attention to ladles and chil-
Tourlot elccpera through to Chicago, Ifflf
Doston and othor points without change. IK!
Two trains dally. IiQfl
Inqulro at Ticket office, 1C3 ljooly block.' Ijlc
Bait Lako City. Any information cheer- j p
fully given. H. C. TOWNSEND. Mi
G P. & T. A. Missouri Pacific Ry , St; S
A Delightful Place to Visit. K m
? A Proiltablo Place tt Live
1.1 Crsisa j 1
Greatest Play Ground on Earth. ul
Fmouo Places Which EJveryon ' If
Wants to See S It?
Invest In a Ticket to CAUFOR- v BJ
NIA nnd Seouro Rich Dividends In Is
HEALTH. PLEASURE AND i Ml
WEALTH. ' ggt
Mountains. Valleys. Rivers, Lakes ;
w and Ocean Reached by tho , Hgj
t Southern Pacific V m
I Company's LSiaes j
) For descriptive And illustrative 1;
i literature call at No. LDl ilaln 4 ,
1 Street. Salt Lake City. m , j
1 D. R. GRAY. General Agent Q fflj
Cheap Mates -to 11
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS VTAJ
We can cave you money. Writo nj hIH
C F. WARREN, General AgQiA HI
i flgbPeete-PLocte' Salt Lako .CltiW; DlH