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W ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1906 7 H
KjnSonth African ,
jft vaB spotty and
H.u s disappointment to
fcTnent, which counted
ir.Me bccauso heavy
fcfS on Saturday after
Br,;f the bank statement
Sowing of a deficit
W& the legal reserve.
KXiay Id about the way
BfiStoi a basis for the
ft the Block market on
fct siock market re
R&eraic and the ranks
g Herts rather a ragged
B'niientlr good deal of
LV Id stocks that were
KLYjt and this added to
Bci of support rather than
K Erie Heading. United
lrima'ed Copper and
WfeM group were all un
foreign money and
Kt of the heavy demand of
K nil had Its Influence In
EnUtKi excess hero. Thore
M&slon also In estimating
Ket ol gold actually se
KJ the possible duplica
Ecents by the private
HwT:pgfnicnts and the na
Cfor them and to which
MjJnVje o( holding Govcrn
Hgtahst the gold engago
Ciiti the treasury order.
Et&d to the official re-
Hi uueased no less than
Ki crer the July production
KitoMlof 509,115 ounces for
Wilis rapid Increase In the
Hk ol South African gold
Ee supplies to meet the
wfejxd, even though the
Hi bub arc Indisposed to
K'tl their present largo
Saolhera group, both
HMutrlal lists, were prom
ti strong slocks of the
Hf did cot hold well after
Kk of the Govcranieut cot
Kl The large incrcaso In
Kf Atchison annual report
HeMfd'ace hi a coming dlv
B isJ speculatiTo gucsscrs
Hh their surmises of the
Hjkmase, drawing an nnal
BStxloa Pacific dividend.
Hk la call money added to
Hwti and helped to make
Irregular. Total sales, par
Hfe bonds were all un-
H(M0I: Sad scrlet ..100
vilti 4H, curt ... 91 H
mJHH i. cert .... 82 'A
44. ct, 2d 3 90i
m,W-i L 4 . uni 4a, 100
W'UIU Man eon g -Is. . 100
M;jjl Mcx Cent 4s . 7G
i'lsl 1st inc .... 10
B lM & T 4s. .101
H-j , of M con' 4s! 83
Hr1 ! 1 0 gen 5s..l26fc
Hi b!h 3. c"Is "1?5U
mt-'L 2 8 L r,ds o
fIS' St -"I
Hf-',Vihr,d Kea Is.. DU
K' BHW-f '- 8'-
Tsl AL Is 80
nig.1' cert. 05-4
V . T, StL& W 4 s 82 4
iWo Cent 4s. 80
? Stock List
r- uh. Low. cioso.
Bb' 32 32
HlH i? 7? 10J4
3S i!R iH
H' 109 m H6-' HGi
BW 1 $ 279 270 4
IB 15 0;i 100 u
Wljl gj J8.4 03
Hf9 19 - UV
B,!h Gl 8
f j 20
IT MUCH CHANGE
III METAL MARKETS
Copper Is Strong and Slightly
Higher, While Lead Re
New York 68c
New York exchange $18.5018.75
New York exchange $5.755.95
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. The London tin
market was unchanged to a shado lower
at the closo today, with spot closing at
184 5s and futures at 183 5s. Locally
the market was a shado casior iu tone,
with buyers at $40.00 and holders asking
Copper was unchanged In London, with
both spot and futures quoted at. 86 15s.
Locally tho market was strong and
higher, with lake quoted at $18.8216
19.12&; electrolytic, $18.75(g19.00; casting,
Load was firm at $5.755.95 in the local
market, and advanced 2s Gd, to 18 2s Gd
Spelter was unchanged at 27 106 on
the London market, but ruled firmer lo
cally, with spot quoted at $G,05C,15.
Iron was lower In tho English markets,
with Standard foundry quoted at 54s and
Cleveland warrants at 34s 4d. Locally
no change was reported. No 1 foundry
Northern is quoted at $20.0021.00; No.
2 foundry Northern. ,$19.5020.00; No. 1
foundry Southern, $20.5021.00; No. 2
foundry Southern, $20.00fi)20.50.
Government Crop Report.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 10. The crop
reporting board of tho bureau of statis
tics of the Department of Agriculture,
from the report of the correspondents
and agents, reports as follows:
The condition of corn on September 1
was 90.2 as compeared with 88.1 last
month, 89.5 on September 1, 1905, 84. G
at the corresponding dale in 1901, and a
ten-year average of SI
The following table shows for each of
the three States the condition of corn
on September 1, 1906, and September 1,
1905, with the ten-year September av
Sopl. 1, Sept. 1, 10-Yr.
1906 1905 aver.
Kansas SS SS 70
Indian Territory ...95 9G 90
Oklahoma 95 83 70
The average condition of spring wheat
when harvested was 83.4. This is the
third year that spring wheat has been
separately reported upon on September
1. Comparison is therefore mado with
the condition one month ago, which was
86.9, with that reported September 1,
1905, which was S7.3, and with that re
ported Scptombcr 1, 1904. which was
66.2. The condition in Washington Is 75.
The average condition of oats wheu
harvested was 8L9 against S2.8 last
month, 90.3 reported Scptombur 1, 1905,
85.6 at the corresponding dato in 1904,
and a ten-year average of 81.9.
Tho average condition of barley when
harvested was S9.4 against 90.3 in Au
gust 1, 1906, S7.S reported September 1,
1905, S7.4 at the corresponding date In
1904, and a leu-year average of 83.7.
Tho avorage condition of rye when
harvested was 90.5 against 90.8 report
ed September 1, 1905, 86.9 reported Sep
tember J, 1904, and a ton-year average
The average condition of buckwheat on
September 1 was 91,2 against 93.2 one
month ago, 91.8 on September 1, 1005,
9L5 at tho corresponding date In 1904,
and a ten-year average of 88.4.
The average condition of tobacco on
September 1, 1900 was 80.2 against 87.2
one month ago, S5.1 on September 1,
1905, 83.7 at the corresponding date in
1904, and a flvc-ycar avorago of 81.8.
The average condition of potatoes on
September 1 was 85.3 against 89 ono
month ago, 80.9 on September 1, 1905,
91.6 the corresponding date in 1904, and
a ten-year average of 79.2.
New York Money.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Close: Prime
mercantile paper, 6(0)7 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady at $4.S3.103
4.83.45 for demand and at $4.804.80.05
for sixty-day bills.
Posted rates, $-1.814.81 and 54.84.
Commercial bills, $4.794.
Mexican dollars, 5294c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
Money on call strong, 5j'12 per cent;
ruling rale, 9 per cent; closing bid, 9
per cent; offered, 12 per cent.
Time loans, dull and steady; sixty days,
78 per cent; ninety days, lt per
cent; six months, GVQl per cent.
WASHINGTON, Sopt. 10. Today's
statement of the treasury balances In the
general fund shows: Available cash bal
ance. $211,072,805; gold coiu and bullion,
$109,897,152; gold certificates, $57,560,610.
New York Sugar.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Sugar Raw.
firm; fair refining. 3 3-S3M:c; centri
fugal, .96 test, 4c; molasses sugar, 3
30; refined, steady: crushed, $5.60;
powdered. $5.00; granulated. $4.1)0.
Sales. Hsh. Low. Close,
N Y, 0'& W U.000 51 50 50
Norf & West 1.800 93 V, 93 ft 03 ft
pfd 00 W
North Amor 1.000 92 91 14 91
T'oc Mail .. 400 30 384 38
Pennn . ... 21,200 142- 1-11 1-11
Pco Gur .. 2,000 90 80 80
P O O & S L ' 81
Pr Stot'l Cnr 1.600 54 54. K
Pull Pnl Cur 500 252 250 260
Rending . .103,100 1 13 Vi 142 143
lt pd .. 90
2nd pfd 01
Rep Steel .. 30,000 37 34 Vt 37
pfd . . . . COO 103 101 16 1021
Rock Is Co. 5,800 28V4 27 28tb
pfd .. .. 1,200 0(J 05 94 OSVi
S L Si B F 2d
StLS'w'n.. 000 25 25 25
pfd .. .. 4,500 63 01 02
So Pncliic .. 26,100 02 01 01
pfd .. .. 300 115 H8U 118
So Ry 33,800 38 37 38-"4
pfd . . .. 200 00 0( 99'A
Term C & 1 158
Tex & Pbc . 0,300 HO 35 35
T, St L k W 200 32 V4 32 32
pfd . . . . 400 52 5194 52
Union Pnc . 84,400 10394 102 10294
pfd .. .. 200 04 03 94 03
U 8 Exp 133
U S Realty 71.,
U S Rubber. 2,100 -1694 47 48
pfd .. .. 100 108 108 106
U S Stool .. 82,000 47 46 40
pfd .. .. 0.000 107 107 107
V..rj. Choui . 3,400 41 40 41
Wabnkh ... 300 20 10 94 19 16
pfd .. .. 200 45 45 44 91
W.-F. Exp 2f0
Woat Eloc 150
West Union 01
WlscCont.. 200 25 25 24 94
Nor Tao .. 2,700 217 210 210
O Lnnth ... 600 3(3 ?i 38 94 38
pfd .. . . 100 101 101 101
Slosa-Shcf. . 1,400 80 78 79
Gt Nor pfd. 3,000 330 380 33694
Int Met ... 4,700 39 94 30 30
pfd .. .. 200 78 78 78
Total Bales for tho day, 953,700 shareis,
They Are Gradually Falling in
Price and Getting Better
GAR OF BANANAS HERE
FROM SOUTH AMERICA
Watermelons Are Falling Fast
in Price, and Are Much
. Better in Quality.
Bnrtlett 3'ears are now on tho list of
fresh fruits which arc abundant on
the market, and are rapidly falling in
price. This sweet and iiiicy varict3--of
pears was first introduced on the
market about two weeks ago, but not
until yestorday have they been at all
ubundant. Tho farmery aro bringing
thorn in now, and it is Btated by re
tailers that in tho courso of a week or
so the time for preserving them will
bo at hand. They retailed yesterday
at three pounds for 10 cents, or $1.50
a bushel. They will continue to drop
in price and raise in stock from now
on until tho end of their season.
Tokay grapes have also taken a
slight fall in price, those of a good
stock now bringing the rotnilers 25
cents for three pounds instead of two,
A few nectarines were seen on the
market yesterday and the price was
very reasonable They sold at two
pounds for In cents.
Tho bauaua market will be replen
ished again today. A carload of this
variety of fruit "was received by the
Rash companf yesterday from South
America and will be on sale at retail
markets today. Tho banana market
has become very low and the stock very
poor and tho replenishment will bo
"Watermelons are, now gradually fall
ing in price. A fair sized watermelon
now sells for about 20 cents, and the
largest bring but 35 cents. They will
continuo to drop in price.
Sweet potatoes have also taken a
tumble in price. They fell from four
pounds for 25 cents to sovon for that
price. Egg plums aro here in quan
tity and are gradually growing very
reasonable in prico. They sold yester
day at 35 cents per case.
In tho llsh market there havo boon
several changes. California crabs, ow
ing to the fish laws of California, have
become extinct from the market and
will remain so until tho season opens
again in two months. Crabs, however,
will be shipped from4rPortland. Or., but
they Avill not be of such good quality
as the California variety. The lobster
season will open in California on Sep
tember 15, and lobsters will' be on the
markot here about two days later.
liens havo become very scarce on the
poultry market and arc expected to
raise in price soon. They win remain
at 20 cents per pound.
Hay, grain and straw Oat straw, per
bale," 35c; oJfalfa, per ton. $13; timothy,
S15 per ton; feed wheat, $1.40; shorts,
$1.10; oats, $1.60: rolled oats, $1.75; corn,
$1.35; corn, chopped. $1.40; barley,
rolled, $1.30; bran, $1.00; flour, bakcra"
No. 1, $1.70; straight grade, $1.80; high
patent. $2.00; rye, $2.00.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS.
CHICAGO, Sept. 10. Cattle Receipts,
23,000; market 10c higher; beeves, $3.90
6.80; cows and heifers, $1.505.15;
stockers and foodors, $2.50 1.35; Texans,
$3.504.40; Westerners, $3.506,50;
Hogs Receipts, 80,000; mixed and
butchors, $6.006.62; good heavy, $6.15
56.50; rough heavy, $5.555.85; light,
$6.20ffi)6.57; bulk, $G.05(Q6.4G; pigs, $5.50
Sheop Receipts, 28,000; market strong;
sheep, $3.655.60;, lambs, $4.90S.oO.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 10. Cattle Ro
celpts. 10,000; markot steady to strong;
native steers. SJ.OOdpe.oO; Southern steers,
$2.753.S0; Southern cows, $1.753.00;
native cows and heifers. $2.0034.S5;
stockers and feeders, $2.504.50; bulls,
$2.303.50; calves, $3.006.00; Western
steers, $3.505.15; Western cows, $2.00If
H0g8necclpts, 6000; market 5J)10c
higher; bulk of sales, $6.106.35; heavy,
$6 00G.15; packers, $6.106.35; pigs and
Sheep Receipts, 7000; market steady;
muttons, $4.75(315.50; lambs, $6.007.65;
range wethers, $5.005.75; ewes, $4.50
OMAHA. Sept. 10. Cattle Receipts,
8000; market good, stronger; others
steadv; native steers, $4.406.40; cows
and heifers, $2.504.25; Western steers,
$S005.25; Texas steers, $2.7504.35; cows
and heifers, $2.003.60; canuers, $1.50
40 stockers and feeders, $2.75(0)4.50;
calves, $3.005.75; bulls and stags, $1.75
H0gSRCceipts, 2100; markot strong to
oc higher; heavy, S5.706.00; mixed, $5.80
5.95; light, $5.90(86.15, pigs, $5.005.So;
Sheep Receipts, 13,000; markot steady
to stronger; yearlings, $5.COG.OO;
wethers', $5.005.50; owes, $4.50(0)5.25;
ST. JOSEPH, Sepl. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts 2200; Ktoady to 10c higher; na
tives, $4.60(5)6.25; cows and heifers, $1.50
(0)4.90; atockcrs and foedorti, $3.25
j.j0g3RecolptH, 2500; market 5c high
er light, $6.156.35; medium and heavy,
$5.906.25, ' ....
Shoep Receipts, 4200; markot lambs,
1020c higher; top, $7.75; sheep sloady.
St. LoulB Wool.
ST. L.OUIS, Sopt. 10. Wool, steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing, 27
'8c- light flno, I822c; heavy line, 11
17c; tub washed, 3238c.
City of Mexico, daily, to Sop-
tombor 14 .$69. SO
Toronto, Canada, September
10-11 ' '$61.90
Denver, Colorado Springs, Sep-
tombor 21-22-23 $li.7o
Observation Pullman sleepers. Din-
inE5oraao Midland By., 77 W. Second
LOIR WHEAT MARKET
Oi HEAVIER SHIPMENTS
Heavy Northwest Movement
Favors the Bears; Recov
ery at tho Close.
CHICAGO, Sept. 10. Early In the clay
tho wheat markot was depressed because
of tho largo Northwest movement, lower
cables and heavier shipments from Rus
sia. Later, however, it was announced
that tho Russian spring wheat crop was
29 per cent less than the crop last year,
and this put some bnckbono into tho mar
ket. Trade slaekonod considerably dur
ing the last part of tho session and tho
closing was barely steady. Decomber
oponed at 7171VjC, sold botweon 71
71c nnd 7171o and closed at 71c,
Tho corn, market was oaslor at tho
opening, chiefly because of large local and
primary receipts, prices being off
?Jc. Offerings bocaine senrco on tho de
cline and prices recovered somewhat, a
fear of possible frost In Nebraska lead
ing the advance. December opened nt
4!41c, sold between 41 VI and 41
42c and closed unchanged at 41aic.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Open. High. Low. Close,
Sopt . . 60 U 60?$, GOli 00 ?4
Dec. . . 7H 71-)i 71 U 71 -Vi
Mny . . 75 ?i 75 75 & 75 v&
Sopt . . 415 40 M 40 4G'
Doc. . . 1.II 9f, 41 41 tf 41
HfiY . . T42& 42 ! 42'(fc 42
Sept . . 30 3054 30 30
Deo. . . 30 31 H '30A 31
Mny . . 92 33 ' . 32 33
Moss pork, per barrel
Sopt . .16.70 10.70 10.70 10.70
Jnn. . .13.05 13.05 12.92 12.02
Lard, per 100 pounds
Sept . . 8.50 8.50 8.50 8.50
Oct. . . 8.55 8.60 8.55 8.57
Nov. . . 6.40 8.-10 8.30 8.80
Jnn. . . 7.77 7.77 7.07 7.67
Short ribs, per lOo pounas
Sopt . . 8.52 8.60 8.52 8.55
Oct. . . 8.35 8.35 8.25 8.32
Jnn. . . 7.00 7.00 0.95 0.07
Cnsh quotations were ns follows: No. 2
sprhie wheat. 7370c; No. 3. 7073c; No.
2 red, 69c; No. 2 corn, 47c; No. 2 yel
low, 47V'ic; No. 2 onts, 31c; No. 2 white,
31 33 He; No. 3 white 2031o; No.
2 rye. 555Gc, fnir to choice limiting bar
ley. -I351c; No. 1 llnx seed, $1.04;. No. 1
Northwestern, 1.08; priruc timothy seed,
?3.054.00; clover, contract graded, $12 10.
t.hort ril8, sides (loofee). i?8.458.55, moss
pork, per barrel. $10 70; lnrd, per 100
pounds, $8.52; short clear sides (boxed).
$8. 75(g.8. 87 ; whiskey, basis of high wines,
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrels 22,300 "42,000
Wheat, bushols 02,100 20,500
Corn, huhHcls 518,000 402.800
Onts, bushels 290,100 141.500
Rve, bushels ... 3,000 2.000
Barley, bushels 28.G00 8,000
On tho produce oxchango today tho butter
ninrkot was Ann; creameries, 1923c;
dairies, l7Si20c. Eggs firm, nt tnnrk, ensos
included, 12 17c; firsts, 19c; prima, firsts,
20 c; extras, 23c. Chcoso steady, ll
New York Flour and Grain.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Flour Re
ceipts, 34,890; exports, 20,500 barrels;
quiet and easier.
Minnesota patents, $4.104.3o.
Wheat Receipts, 216,600; exports, 132.
100; spot, easy; No. 2 red. 75c, eleva
tor; No. 2 red, 77c f.o.b. atloat; No.
1 northern, Duluth, 79c f.o.b. nlloat;
No. 2 hard winter, 7Sc f.o.b. afloat.
Sharp declines occurred early in tho
session owing to weak cables, heavy
Northwest receipts, favorable weather
and liberal world's shipments. Covering
followed, however, and tho late market
was steadier with corn closing only c
lower. May, 8182c; closed, S2 l-16c;
September, 7676c; closed 76c;
December, 79 3-1679 7-16c; closed,
Visible Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, Sept. 10. Tho visible sup
ply of grain Saturday, September 8. os
compiled by the Now York Produce ex
change, was as follows:
Wheat 30,169,000 bushels; increase,
Corn 2,932,000 bushols; Increase,
Oats 7.077,000 bushols; Increase, 35,000.
RyOl(.12f,,000 bushels; decrease, 6000.
Barley 865,000 bushels; Incronso, 34,000.
MINNEAPOLIS. Sepl. 10. Wheat
September, 6Sc; Decomber, 69i69'Jfic;
May, 7474c; No. 1 hard, 73c; No. 1
Northern, 72c; No. 2 Northern, 705c;
No. 3 Northern. 67c.
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pain. From the many limiuonts I
carry in stock. I advised him to use
Chamberlain 's Pain Balm, and the first
application drew out tho inflammation
and gavo immediate relief. I have used
this liniment myself and recommend it
very often for cuts, llurus, strains and
lamo back, and havo never known it
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CONSULTATION FREE, CONFIDENTIAL AND INVITED. A personal,
thorough and searching examination Is required, though if Inconvenient to call,
write mo a full description of your troiiblo. Office hours: 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.,
except Sundays, from 9 to 12:20. Address or call
COOK MEDICAL CO. "6S-M
i omr Ask Us Aboo! It !
i It's a pleasoire j
! C I 6 to answer j
i CAJ S f . questions.
1 SjWjST E. DRAKE, D. P. A. j
t PJwVpS H' L' Y0UNGERMA:N' T P A
100 West Second South. II
Salt Lake City, Utah. j
Oiic is to be commended for canying ta prescription
to the store in which there is implicit confidence the
Smith Drug Co.
Health, even life, is at stake. A mistake, and conse
quences arc serious.
Is it any wonder then that a majority of people turn
THE BUSY CORNER.
When accuracy is necessary? Tito Smith Drug Co. is safe, its drugs nro
puro and fresh, its prescriptions aro handled by experts its prices are reason
able. In every sense it is tho popular drug store of Suit Luke. iXcw order
I KINO OF ALL BREAD
I THIS LABEL ON fellPfeVNB AT ALL
EVERY LOAF. gQ rC-LJ GROOER3.
We flbip throuch. lfe'lS1 AV IdRl10' Vtah, Wyo-
out QlCEll ml"!?. Nevada.
j MADE IN A CLEAN BAKERY. ,
SPP TIME TABLE H
RfpBjffiH IN EFFECT
gagSS JUNE 17, 1006, ! jH
No. i From Of-dcn, Chica;o, H
Omaha, St. Louis, Kansas City H
mid Dunvur C:15 a.m. H
No, 11 Prom Maryuvllle. St.
Anthony, Idlio Fill's. Hlaclc- 1
foot. Pocali-.tfo. Ocdcn nnd in- - H
t'jrmcdiato pointr. 7:10 a.Tt
No. 8 From 0;:dcn, Portland,
Uuttc, Siwi Frnnciftcn 8:30 a.m.
No. 0- From Ogdon and inter-
mediato points 0 : SO a.m. H
No. 12 From Ocdnn. Cicliu Vnl-
Icy, Mnlnd, Park Oily and in- H
tcrmodiato points 11:40 a.m. H
No. 18 From Chiun:o, Omaha,
Od on Knd other points -1:25 i.m. H
No. 1 Fiom OKdcn. Chicmo, St.
LotiIr, KniifikR Olty, Omaha, H
Dfeuvor and S.m Frnncinco .... C:15 p.ra. H
Nc. 10 From Ogrion, Cncho Val-
loy, Quttc, Portland and S:iu H
Fruncinco 7:35 p.m. H
No. C For Ogdon, Omaha, Chi-
enco, Donvcr, Kanuai City and B
St. Louis 7:10 a.m. H
No. 7 For O(don. Portland,
Butte, Snn Frauciaco nnd la- D
turmodiato points , . , . . 10:30 a.m. H
No, 1 For O-fdon, Omaha. Chi
cago. Denver, Kan.tns City.
St. Louiri and San Francinoo.. 1:30 p.m.
No. 11 For Oedun, Cacho Valloy,
Mnlnd. Park City und inter
mrdlnto points 4:00 p.m.
Nc. 17 For Osdcn, Omahn. Chi-
cnjfo and othnr pointo 2:05 p.m. 1
Ko. 3 For Ofjdon, Donvcr, JCnn
Ban City, Omaha, St. Louia and
Chicago 6:05 p.m.
No. 13 For Ofden, Pocntollo,
Blnckfoot, Idnlto Falls, St. An-
tliony, Mnrysvlllo nnd intor-
madinto points 8:00 p.m. H
No. 0 For Offdon. Ely. Nov.,
Butte. Ilelcnn, Portlnnd. Snn
Francisco nnd intermediate
polntn 11:45 p.m.
D. K. BTJP.LKY. O. P. A.
D. S. SPENOEIt, A. O. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main strcot.
Note. Tho train numhors shovrn abovo ara
Orecon Short Lino trniu numbers and do not
apply to tho Southorn Pacific west of Ogdoa
or tho Union PnciQc oast thereof.
YELLOWSTONE I'AP.K TRAINS.
CURRENT TIME H
T In Effect Juno H
mk:rf b, 190G.
LEAVE SALT LAKE OITT.
No. 10 For Kcbcr, Provo and
Alarysvalo 8:00 a.m.
No. 15 For Ogden 8:10a.m.
No. 112 For Binghnm 8:10 a.m. fM
No. 102 For Park City 8:15 a.m.
No. 6 For Denver and East.. 8:50a.m. tH
No. 11 For Ocden 10:25 a.m.
No. 5 For Ogden and West. .. 10:35 a. m. VM
No, 1 For Oirdon and "West. . . 1:15 p.m. IH
No. 113 For Linsham 3:00 p.m.
No. 2 For Donvor and East.. 3:53p.m. H
No. 8 For Provo and Tintio. . . 5:00 p. m. ttH
No. 13 For Ogdon 6:00 p. m.
No. 20 For Donvcr and East.. 6:30 p.m. tH
No. A For Donvcr and East.. 8:00 p.m.
No. 3 For OaiUn u.n West. . .11: T 'J- fM
ARRIVE SALT LAKE OITY.
No. 10 From Dunver ana East. 8:00 a. m.
No. C From Osdon and Woat. 8:40 a.m.
No. 12 From Ocden 9:50 a.m.
No. 7 From TInlic and Provo. 10:00 a. m.
No. 6 From Denver and East. 10:25 a. m.
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50a.m.
No. " 1 From Denver and East. 1:35 p.m.
No. 14 From Oftilen 2:10 p.m. fM
No. 2 From 0don and West. 3:40p.m. vM
No. 101 From Pnrk City...... 5:15p.m.
No. 115 From Bingham 5:40 p.m.
No. 0 From Provu, Ilebur and
Marvsvnlo 5:55 p. m.
No. 20 From Ogdcn G:20a.r.
No. i From Ogdcn nnd West. 7:50 p.m.
No. 3 From Denver and East 11:00 p.m.
All trains except No a. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 19
and 0 stop at Intermfdiatn points.
Ticket office. Dooly block. 'Phono CCS.
I. A. BENTON. G. A- P. D.
SCT UTAH'S H
rM$r M0ST N H
Current Timo Table.
LOS ANGELES LIMITED, i ,d5 P.M.
LOS ANGELES EXPRESS. 12:01 A.M.
For Garfield 7:00 A.M.
For Stockton and Tintic . . . 7:-15 AJkl.
For Nephi and Sanpeto 8:00 A.M. tM
For Garfield 3:00 P.M. IH
For Nophi and Utah county. -1:45 PJVI.
For Nophi and Lynn. 8:30 P.M.
For Garfield 11:00 PJT.
LOS ANGELES LIMITED, 5:35 P.M.
LOS ANGELES EXl'RESS. 6:30 A.M.
Prom Garfield 9:05 A.M.
From Lynn and Nephi .... 9:50 A.M.
From Sunpcto and Nophi .. 1:30 P.M.
From Nophi and Utah county 5:45 P.M.
From Garfield 6:00 P.M.
From Tintic aud Stockton 6:00 P.M.
From Garfield 1:00 A.M.
Saves 500 Miles to Los Augolea.
New routo to Bullfrog.
J. H. BURTNER, Dist. Pass. ArL,
1G9 S. Main St. -Thonea" 19SG.
.COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE TO
Through cnr. Salt Laku City to St. Louis
and Kansas City. Only ono chanco to Now
York, Buffalo und principal points Last. Low
n.tos' for summer travel.
Especial attention to lnillos and children.
Tourist Bloopers through to Chicago, iioy H
ton und other pohus without chance.
Two trains daily.
Innulro nt tickot olTice, 103 Dooly block.
R!t Luko Olty. Any information ohcorfulL'
riven O. TOWNSEND.
U. P. '1'- 'i il'ssouri Pacific Ky., SL
THE LAGOON ROAD I
Snlt Lnko a Ogdcn Rnllway.
Simon Bamberger, President nnd Qoncrnl
Time tnblo in ofl'ect September 1, VJOG.
Salt Lnko, lonvo 6:30 nud 0:00 n. m., 1 '00, H
4:30 nnd 6:30 p. m.
Lay ton. lunvo 7:00 und 10:15 a. m 2:45, H
0:00 aud 7:45 p. m. ...