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II sCXPAY HORKING, yQV.I5M BER 13, lOO-i. THE SALT XiATvE TRIBUNE. PAGE FIVE I
Meal Iflflococe in
I Institute, ,
IfceArt vs. Commercial Art
; I and Professional Jeal
That Gov. Wells Is Trying
j Break Up Paris Clique, Which
. left Institute in a Body.
Sr Browning, speaking by nuthorl-
fri the Society of Utah Artists, makes
4i LfclloirUiS statement: ,
I te Me and simple statement given
L .. ty the Society of Utah Artists to
.irKt tl'at its members would not
l with the Vtah Art institute con
,; to all intention or calculation
Ss to have gKen rise to much un
i Lfeminent from various sources, and
Ms artists of the society prefer
Lr brushes do the talking wher
af'trtttlcablo. It becomes necessary to
i Slet omc erroneous inferences that
JEiW have been drawn. Controversy
23tbrcst upon Hu m in the beginning:
Sflnj always unwelcome, and Us pro-
intta is not desirable to them, but
7r 6ma tho following statement lm-
Irttlve .it this time.
True vs. Commercial Art.
1 ttuld like to say for the society,
in: tlft differences betwetn the artists
tte Utah Art institute can be slm
rirjd down to two points: one Is, art
political Influence, and the other
tree art versus commercial art. It Is
ul a rcatter of jealousy as has been
MMUd, Vut a matter of justice. There
itiarlbt connected with tho Instituto
iit tha memlcr of the society enn In
ci rnson feel Jealous of. The artistu
dlhj society are, for tho greater part,
M rtn have undergone many deprlva
fti! and denied themseles much in
IwpM (fcrts to arrive at excellence, and
ilfcltic s-ork has btcn recognized elsc
tyml$t stilrtly on its own merits judged
?Pj acknowledged authorities. llenc:e
imtxj have alw-ivs been accustomed to
ilfcstc their fate on whatever their worlc
ikrttcMe speaking for Itself, and have
jBo tcllnatlon whatever toward politlenl
I'ScubuisLllon. or counting on social or
Mgitiouhip tics, business connections or
lfcTtrtUlns to maiv.. themselves indivld-jfcjj-prominent
I Political Influence Charged.
"Its Institute is. to a great degree,
w&i to political influences, which
btcre the artists have every reason to
MX ci3n as a bad one for tho best ar-mts-jt
progression. Tc cit6 an Illustrative
Met; lUhas been said that the present
flkaslAl of tho Gubernatorial chair
Bp time ago expressed himself as being
fckTorof breaking up what he termed
'Paris clique' in tho instituto. We
wi. presume that this "breaking up" has
effectually accomplished, since nic
't! of European schooling havo with
tiini from the institute almost to a
We trust, however, that tills
iESr3 up ,tftVCS the Institute an ar
,BjpreKntatlon satisfactory to the
II Ptrsonalttles Disagreeable.
'"le rtsjrtlng to personalities is al
'KlJl oarable. but since mention has
fE?.?lclc 10 ln0 public to tho effect
'T i ,at0 wa' deprived of acquiring
W by a rtuln artist for only $303,
JM mention that tho fact seem3 to
JB2,.Wta ovtfloo.'-d that tho $30) in
iKSS? vas turnci1 back to the State
KJ duo decision of the court, and
BBfc'.i . Slntc xna deprived of acquiring
IBeir iro 11 waB a,so di-prlved of an
IBKv a 'bti("' one by another artist
m-i .1 me raonO'- Wo must admit
L&. flJst mi-'niioned vas a larger
represented a vast rocky
ifj perhaps a river at tho bottom
i031toukl 'Titrate thousand!? of
MCru , nd' wh;,p llie other one por-
-iM'only :i small clump of trees bo
Sl?ra that wuuld hardlv turn a
BkL Commercially viewed, of
c-j me purchnser would get more
K.m?oney ,n tko flrst instance, but
kSf-M,. noi 10 1x1 counted by quantity
K'-ttu11 18 unbiased artistic Judg
'to!1 Jhf!rtist3 of the society hope
fRiiiiL0 estimated by, and it 13
K tS10 discernment thnt they hope
VT 'r iJn. .l,h general public to
T rcitflnt their efforts may reach.
Igt State Fair Exhibit
ifc&n SJV an hiblt: The
iRatdia t wliliheld contributions to
JPlfcFBbc,?lu,ie thoy were satisfied
MCit Jbnu." mInds lnal ue outcome of
and lts management would
iM&r fci iE.1 ?s, u doveloped. What
lnj-j cxl'bit, I will not undortako
lG6Slc,chr,,ria !)eo" said by the mora-
Imi I to rvS1' f 10 tholr 0cpi?
T havp ,b.Ulnr ,n outsldo towns.
MtoJ. villi IS ?VCI? l,,oy ,J,snocl to
!! iii thc stltute at all.
1 Collection to Be Shown.
H-3 LLoE tb, ,atil-uto. uud will
IK1 4lMHBn , i"l ln thu comlncr inatl-
Wt?l aeS?hSS,Uo? f'ual"s works by
Wli I MiiSr th. 80cletyr wo hope
At Jar-ihl,1 ,b, uniifstood-a3 it was
14 Save nnW'" co?trl,3uli"lJ. I
I RDS WERE USED,
;lr Duols bought by Excited
Ifeftt Two duels growing
B? lV Dermfv11 of ar Minister An
Sbfc? o?l; Ga,J1,101 Syveton in the
imCsht ,eputles November 4,
Mnu,!da Lc"t. Andre, a son
ht. Andre ,ry' Swords wore used,
gjgre was slightly wounded.
S aS6 3 hcalthul graius J
W 611(1 makes a delicious 3
J11, ok. 'The Road to
JBiJ' m each pktr. i
First Congregational. Public ser
vice at 11 o'clock. Sermon by
the pastor. Rev. ISlmcr I. Goshen.
Sunday-school at 12:30. Young Peo
ple's meeting at C o'clock. Public
cordially Invited to nil services.
Phillips Congregational church. Fifth
South and Seventh East. Rev. P. A.
Slmpkln, pastor. Services this day. At
11, worship, with sermon, "Tho Kccp-
ing Power of Love." Evening, with
'sermon. "The Brevity of Life's Oppor
tunity." Sundny-achool at 12:15. C. E.
at G-.45. Cordial welcome to all wor
shipers at these services.
St. Mark's cathedral, Very Rev. James
B. Eddie, B. D dean, twenty-fourth
Sunday after Trinity, November 13
7:30 a. m., holy communion; 9M5 a. m.,
Sunday-school; 11 a. m., morning prayer
and sermon, report of the general con
vention by the Rev. George C. Hunting;
7:30 p. m., evening prayer, pastoral let
ter. St. Peter's chapel 3 p. m., Sunday
school; 4 p. m., evening prayer nnd ad
dress. St. Paul's church, Main and Fourth
South streets The Rev. Charles E.
Perkins, B. D., rector. Services: S a.
ni holy communion; 9:45 'a. m., Sunday-school;
11 a. m., morning prayer
and pastoral letter: 7:30 p. m., evening
prayer and sermon, "Contact "With
Christ." Visitors are cordially wel
comed to all services.
St. John's chapel, Perkins's addition.
2:45, Sunday-school; 4 p. m evening
prayer and address. A cordial wel
come to all.
First Unitarian society Services at
Unity hall, No. 140 South Second East,
at lla. m., Rev. William H. Fish, Jr..
pastor. Subject, "The Evolution of
Spiritual Worship." Music by Unity
quartette. Sunday-school and Bible
class at 12:15. Regular meeting of Unity
club Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Unity
circle meets Wednesday at 2:30 p. m.
Liberty Park M. E. church, corner
Eighth East and Ninth South, S. A.
Wanless. pastor Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7.20 p. m. Subject In the morning,
"Have Faith In God"; in the evening,
"The Pleasures of Sin." Sunday-school
at 10 a. m. Junior League at 4 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at
First Methodl9t Episcopal church, on
Third South near Main street, Benjamin
Young pastor Services at 11 a. m. and
1 ;ou j). 111. iuurnni tupic, jl 111: ijuru
Thinkelh on Me." Evening subject,
"This One Thing." Epworth League at
G:30 p. m. Junior League at 3:30 p. m.
Sunday-school at 9:45 a. m. All arc
cordially Invited to these services.
Waterloo Methcdlst. Rt-v. G. F.
Cook, pastor. Services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.
Heath Methodist. Rev. G. F. Cook,
pastor. Preaching every Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Tomorrow evening
Mrs. Van Sant, a missionary from
Egypt, will deliver a lecture at this
church at 7:30 o'clock.
IIlfT M. B. church. Ninth East and
First South. D. M. Helmick, pastor.
Preaching at 11 a, m. and 7.30 p. m.;
special music morning and evening;
Miss Estell Davis will sing "A Rose In
Heaven" at the morning service; Sunday-school
at 10 o'clock; Epworth
league at 0:30, Miss Mary Vorhees lead
er: Junior League at 3 p. m., Miss Metz
gcr superintendent. Ladles' Aid month
ly tea at Mrs. Foster's home. Sixth
South between Eleventh and Twelfth
East. All thc ladles of the church ore
invited to attend
Scandinavian Methodist - Episcopal
church, 158 South Second East. C. J.
Heckner, pastor. Sunday-school at 10
o'clock. Preaching, 11 and 7.15. All
First N Church of Christ, Scientist. 326
East Third South Sunday-school at 9:45
n. m. Church service at 11 a. m.. sub
ject, "Soul and Body." Each Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock a meeting Is
held to listen to the testimony of heal
ing of both sin and sickness. Free reading-rooms
open daily from 10 a. m. to
5 p. in., in rooms G07-C08 Scott-Strevell
building, 16S Main street. Take eleva
tor. Mr. Blcknell Young of tho board of
lectureship of the First Church of
Christ. Scientist, will deliver a lecture
on Christian Science in the Salt Lake
Theater at S o'clock Sunday evening.
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East between Fourth
and- Fifth South Sunday services at
10:30 a, m. in the English language. Tho
Ladles' society will meet next Thursday
afternoon at the parsonage. A. G. H.
English Lutheran church, 33G South
Fourth East street. Rev. H. A. Han
son, pastor. Preaching services, 11 a.
m. Sunday-school, 10. The Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor,
G-30 p. m-: subject, "Our Partnership
and Fellowship": N. F. Schwenk.
leader. The Ladles' Aid society will
meet next Thursday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. J. P.
KJergard, 222 J street.
Swedish Lutheran Zlon church, cor
ner Second South and Fourth East.
Emanuel Rydberg, pastor. Twenty
fourth Sunday after Trinity. Sunday
school at 10 a. in. Sermon ut 11 a. m.
Evening services ut S o'clock. At these
services Misses Bertha and Anna John
son will ting "The Wondrous Story."
There will be no mid-week service.
First Baptist church, corner Second
South and Second West. Rev. D. A.
Brown, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 7:20 p. m.: Sunday-school at 12; la.
F J Lucas, superintendent. The Sunday-school
will have churcc of the
evening service with their Bible day ex
ercises. B. Y. P. U. at G:30 p. m.; sub
ject "Our Partnership nnd Fellow
ship," Misses Bessie Bancroft, Florenco
Nichols, Eva Newcomer. Wednesday
evening services at 7.30.
Rio Grande mission chapel. Second
South between Ninth and Tenth West.
Sunday-school at 10 a. m.; George
Burlington mission chapel, corner In
diana avenue and Navajo dtreet. Sunday-school
at 3:30 p. m., Henry Jacobs
superintendent; Friday evening service
nt 3:30 p. m.
East Side Baptist church, corner of
Third South and Seventh East streets.
Regular preaching service at 11 a. m..
with sermon by Rev. J. C. Andrews.
Sabbath-school at 12:15. Christian En
deavor meeting at G;30 p. m. Tho ev
ening service at 7 o'clock will he In
char-e of tho Sabbath-school, when
they will Blvo the Bible day pro
gramme. All are Invited to attend
Prayer meeting at 7.30 p. in.. Wednes
rzszz 5 Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup supplants the knife
jSsjBjy ?5 "I had a oovcro sore throat whioh tho
a t&&Zfflj&F?S??s ' 55 doctors said would havo to ho lanced, but I
Asi t55?SSbL CtyH trusted in Dr. Bull's Coufh Syrup and If;
cured my throat. One of my children had
lytritSS v N , iWrtfcvX". n sovero cold, chills, fever, andjialiis In tho
5V?AVft H ll in 1 mVvwoivvvA Hmb3, and a fovr doses of Dr. Bull's Cough
M! 1PM)JJJA))Wk Syrup also brought him around Quickly.
fi" tf an'l will always recommend it to every suf-
tc tisttfll lW, iV foriDsr friend, as t cannot spook too highly
"( 4 I f9 of it," lira. Carrie Kirits
I-)') fJSJII I lull, M YAl fcoro throat, hoarseness, loss of voice nro
(Jr fl llliin J early signs of bronchitis and. possibly,
)NW throat consumption. so don't delay in usincr
'tC r5 MaSSw'.Vl V Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup; for negloot will
dfjimmtA bring ou an incurable disease and death.
IkrfSSJSiT Avoid Substitutes-aomo deal-
WlWiKWWlftVvi ors' Kreod for profit prompts them to offer ,
Rl dill 'a V$YaiS vAmvK'Swil dangerous and worthless substitutes for
xyj m " ,ft "'cQ2Ul Dr. Bull's CouKh Syrup. Insist on eettlnrf
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, howovor, and you will got tho be9C romcdy medical study has
lurnlshcd. Price. 25 cti. 60 cts. and $1.00. A. C. Meyer &. Co., Onltlmorc, Md.
; Profits m Shoes, v
y ' -
One important fact about Selz Royal
Blue shoes at $3.50 and $4 is, the man
who buys them to wear makes a bigger
profit on the deal than anybody else.
That's the kind of a shoe the Royal
Blue is; and you'll find it so. . -
Find a pair to fit ' . '
you here any day.
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jl 1 iCIj lhmmvi l
I Didnt-Hurt-a-Bit (ik I
I Boy. I
3 As so many people were in loo late to take advantuge of my unusual a
3 low prices last Monday, I have concluded to have ONE MORE DAY. 5
$ SO MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, I will make the same prices FOR ONE j
DAY ONLY. l J
I SET OF TEETH $3.00 I
B CROWN (22 k gold) $3.50 J
j BRIDGE WORK- $3.50 I
1 Above prices for Monday Only. j
Take advantage of this special and have your teeth fixed. All con-
pj tracts made Monday will be good any lime. Come Monday and HAVE b
m YOUR WORK COMMENCED. I 5
I DR. WEST, 261 MAIN STREET. 3
H Sign of Didn't-Hurt-a-BIt Boy.
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY i
J Ladles' Patent Tip Kid Walking
Men's Double Sole Box Calf QQ i
J Also a nice Vici Kid Shoe, Wolt r h
Solo for ladies $JJ J
j Misses' and Children's Dongola Pat. Tip Shoes.
nt0 3$i. 8 to 11--85C. 5 to 8 75c
258 SO. MAIN ST.
f I Wo havo everything to help tho holiday cuisine, and
tho housowife will find the best of everything in vhis- R
1 kics, brandies and sherrys to put in the holiday dishes. K
2 BIEGER & LINBLEY,
3 "Tho Whiskey Merchants."
I People Who Dope Themselves With Patent Medicines, Arel ;
S Simply Paying With Their Life's Blood for the " J ! j ; J
Temporary Stimulation They Receive jjjjvi;
i It is proven by Statistics that 9-10 of Patent Medicines contain either Alcohol or Poison many contain both. It I I,' ( f
I is also proven that 30 minutes after taking such poworful stimulants the Physical Vitality is 5 per cent lower 5 I M 1 I j
1 than before the dose was taken that is AFTER. THE EFFECT has passed off. j 1 hi 1 ,
It is like borrowing A Dollar for 30 minutes and then paying back $1.05 as interest such business would I 1 1
I soon ruin your bank account if you kept it up wouldn't itP Just as surely will tho "Patent Medicine Habit" llffiK f
) Sap your vitality if you keep it up. Many buy patent medicines simply because thoy nro "CHEAP" but 13 IT mLi i
; CHEAP when you are paying for it with both life and monoyP Cheapness is poor argument whero life is con- B jjpj " '
I corned and when you stop to think that it cost but littlo more to consult the BEST DOCTOFvS it is foolish to I KW-
take such desperate chances with unknown Medicines. , flUr. . IH
S Miss Sadie Peterson, 525 East Second South Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
BBS. SHORESPLAm T A(LK
' No Matter What Your Experience Has Been With Doctors No Matter
How Grossly You Have Been Deceived by Frauds and Fakirs
You Cannot Afford to Overlook These Honest
Statements by Drs. Shores.
! WHY DRS, ADVERTISE.
If a trusted friend Introduced a man to you saying. "I want you to know
my friend I havo known him well, and trusted him and he has always proved
' true," WOULDN'T YOU TRUST IIIM. TOO?
1 That U what hundreds of your friends are telling you every clay about Drs.
; Shores they trusted them and wero cured WON'T YOU TRUST THEM, TOO?
If It were not for tho fact that there are so many Frauds and Fakirs and in
competent Doctors in tho world whose Incompetence and rascality has pre
' Judlced tho pcoplo against Doctors and Medicine Drs. Shores & Shores would -
not be able to handle tho business that would naturally come to them as a re
1 .suit of their vast experienco and success BUT DRS. SHORES KNOW
THEIR TREATMENT IS A GOOD THING AND CURES SICK PEOPLE-and
; thev will keep hammering away at your skepticism with Proof upon Proof of Sick
People made well until YOU KNOW IT. TOO then thcro will be no need of
1 If Thomas A. Edison hnd kept all his great discoveries to himself Instead
' of telling the world what he could do how much poorer the world would bo
: today. It is not right and oven a PLAIN DUTY for Drs. Shores to send their
mossago of hopo to Sick Peoplo whom they know they can cure?
$5 a MonthAIl Medicines Free$5.
1 Drs. Shores havo not acted as many Doctors do when their treatment is in
1 demand namelv, "Ralso the rates" but being true friends of tho people, Drs. .
1 ShorcH bcllcvo in low fees and easy terms so that ALL mny bo cured und for
thle reason, all sufferers with Catarrh, Asthma, Lung Trouble Stomach, Liver :
: or Kldnev troubles or any complication of Catarrhal Chronic disease WHO
APPLY THIS MONTH will bo treated UNTIL CURED for tho one fco of $5 a
month medicines free no other charge- or expense. BE HONEST WITH 1
YOURSELF-YOU BELIEVE IN YOUR OWN HEART THAT DRS. SHORES
CAN CURE YOU Don't hold back another day don't let envious and Jealous
DoctorB frighten you away don't let doubting friends throw cold wnlor on your
5 hopes ACT ON YOUR OWN JUDGMENT Come to Drs. Shores today and
bo cured. A friendly call will codt you nothing a talk with Dro. Shores will
show vou tho way to health and happiness. COME TODAY AND BRING
YOL R FRIENDS. CONSULTATION AND ADVICE FREE
' Houston Block, 240 South Main
Street, Salt Lake City.
! OFFICE HOURS Week days, 9 a.
m. to G p. m. Evenings, 7 to S p. m.;
1 Sundays and Holidays, 10 a- m. to 12
I Election is Over, Now f
Let Us Unite and Line
Up for 1908. t
T In the meantime, Godbo-Pitts
X aro prepared to serve you with
tho BEST of Drugs and Drug-
Welcome, Step in, All Cars
I Godbe-Piits Drag j
I Store I
X Both 'Phones, No. 140.
CURES BY MAIL AT HOME
Do not despair becauso you llvo at
a dlBtnncc from tho city. Drs. Shores'
new system of HOME TREATMENT
makes It easy to get export advlco and
treatment at home. Their now symp
tom blank covers every symptom of
disease, which enables them to diag
noHo your case and toll you what your
trouble- Is, what can bo done for you,
and what tho cost of a euro will be.
AVrlte for their new symptom list nnd
take ndvantago of tho FREE EXAM
INATION Whether you tako treat
ment or not, advlco costs you nothing.
This special offer applies to all Dis
eases. WRITE TODAY
Miss Pctoraon says: "I have auf- V
fercd for thrco years with a torrlblo fiFl'- ' 1
Stomach trouble, which nothing f
seemed to help. I could not cat any- '??' I 1
thing without distress, felt Uko I had j J M ' ' '
lead ln my stomach, was short of ;'' IH
'breath, my heart pained me, and I ; i J . jJ
had constant and sovcr headaches. ill'
"Two months ago I came to Drs. I jjt;
Shores, and began their treatment. In ; Lj
two weeks I felt better alnco then I 5'
havo steadily Improved gained twelve j1! IH
pounds in weight, and today I can cat jit,"' H
what I want to, without distress, and ' flljj1,, JH
feel all right ln every way. Tho relief ' II jl
has been so wonderful that I must give Ijilj jH
Drs. Shores credit for their splendid Hjj jH
work, and I am feeling better today j Hi-''
than I have for years. Gratefully, Jam'' jH
"MISS SADIE PETERSON." Hi! VM
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Beware of "Fake i '
Medical Companies1' '
Drs. Shores ln their many years of jjjj j ,
practlco ln Salt Lake City, havo novcr W'l
resorted to abuso of any honest phy- Hti ), jH
slclan but on thc contrary Drs. Shores H ' IH
have always welcomed HONEST com- Bjllj , IH
petition-but when TRAMP DOCTORS ' bJ';,
and ITINERANT FAKIRS, hiding Hi
under tho cloak of a Fako "Medical lij'f'
Co.," seek to trap tho unwary, Drs. Bjt' .
Shores feel It a duty to call attention ' IljiJ
to such frauds. EVERY DOCTOR 1 B:J
ENTITLED TO PRACTICE MEDI-
CINE IN UTAH HAS HIS NAME
AND CREDENTIALS ON RECORD jji
IN THE COUNTY RECORDER'S '!
OFFICE. If you intond to consult a I j? jH
doctor, FIRST EXAMINE THE REC- !;
ORDS AND SEE THAT HIS NAME : ! ,
IS THERE. It Is an old-tlmo trick to
advertise a Fako "Medical Co.," and fT, jH
parade one doctor as possessing great mr, VB
skill (who Is either a non-resident of H j!j IH
tho State or Is dead and buried) nnd ! 9 ,'
then palm off some unscrupulous I j
quuck on tho sick whon they mmc to j IH
consult tho doctor advertised, DID I O 'J1
YOU EVER HEAR OF A GENUINE S 1 IH
REPUTABLE PHYSICIAN DOTNG j S ;, jH
BUSINESS WITH THE SICK AS A 5 I Jl-
"FAKE COMPANY?" Thc COM- I I 4 ''
PANY furnishes tho cloak under which j
ANY QUACK CAN PRACTICE. If I .
you go to sco Dr. Smith, or Dr. Jones, V 1
bo suro to SEE IIIM IN PERSON, ')'
and don't bo satisfied with aomo ono jjj,'
who "RI PRESENTS THE DOKE- , j j
TOR" 011 a salary of $C0 per month. ,
COMPARE THE PICTURE OF THE ! i'
DOCTOR ADVERTISED WITH THE !(",
FACE OF THE MAN WHO CON- I .'
SULTS YOU THEN ASK HIM WHO ( fo
HE IS. '!
Drs. Shores conduct their business '-
under their OWN NAMES If you con- j !!;
suit Drs. Shores & Shores, you see tho j V
DOCTORS PERSONALLY. If you ',
consult other doctors. BE SURE YOU :C' JM
SEE THE DOCTOR HIMSELF. 1 (!;;
We Treat and Cure ! . . I
CATARRH Deafness. Nose nnd ; Vj 1
Throat Troubles, Eyo and Ear DIs- I i
cases, Bronchial and Lung Troubles, H .'1 1
Asthma, Stomach, Liver and Kidney M ji , IH
. DlFeuse3, Bladder Troubles, Foinnlo B ! 1
Complaints, Chronic Diseases of Wo- j! '.' ,
men and children, Heart Dlecaso, B pH
Nervous Diseases, Chorea (St. Vitus' 1 '! '
Danco), Rickets. Spinal Trouble. Skin
Diseases, Diseases of thc Bowols, Plies, H1.
Fistula and Rectal Troubles, Goltro (or m
I Big Neck), Blood Diseases, Tape nil j
Worm, Hay Fovcr, Hysteria, Epilepsy, 1 IJ , ; H
Insomnia, etc.. and all curablo Ncr- 1 , I iH
vous, Prlvato nnd Chronic Diseases, ;) 1 Jl
Wo havo a now treatment for tho Jjj! ' J
Tobacco nnd Liquor habits that cures flj,1; J
j TIic Stisi Sisiiics Now 1 ji ,
But tho storm will soon be here, and why not be prepared for it V i iH
when It does come by getting your warm clothing NOW. We can Qt you '
i out with 1 r
I OVERCOATS, WINTER SUITS, UNDERWEAR I;' ' :;
f And everything for your comfort at small prices. f ( 1 ,
fiats and Caps, Furnishings, Children's Suits, p ( IH
I Boys' School Suits AT LOWEST PRICES. j H
I hnlwu, Madsen, Owen & Co., f , I
I H1!I3 iVi AIIN STREET. Y' ' H
J ai?onThe The St. Nicholas Hotel if, . I
rage S8e the
. AZ.'IL??,. 1H9 Qt Is now open. European rates, 75 cents ' iH
-9'in3s IWtTrtisaKatr'c a and up" Corner West Second 'f!J: ! '
i X V W i lCL0!laftay S south and West Temple, over F. J.
K i 41 W. 2nd So. St. Hill Drug Co, - ) 1