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THE SALT hA&bi TKliiUJiU, THUKSDAY MOJftWIJNGr, JUNE 18, y ff
! MARKET IS NARROW,
1 ! WITH NO jUMMTMl
io jjj ' Upward Movement That Started
1 Tuesday Lacked. Motive
' Power Backing.
d I CroP REPORTS AND GOLD '
: 1 EXPORTS EXERT INFLUENCE
Passing of Dividends by Two
k Vanderbilt Roads Turns the
3i i N'EW YORK. Juno 17. The cxtrcme-
' V iv'narrow dimensions of the stock mar
' "L i i?-t was still Us most striking feature
1fc i fndfiy Under tho dullness and apathy
.. & nf tho dealings tho desultory price move-
2 Ints are not very significant. The up
- " ward movement of yesterday evidently
nsAj 'i lacked nictlvo power for any longer con
Ufc -11 5- tlnuancc and the reaction came by mid-
1 Sf dlTho0priiiclpal active factor In deciding
LH ' the turn was tho decision of the Clevol
5 land. Cincinnati. Chicago & St. Louis
i ! and of the Lake Erie & Western ty
rasa dividends on the common stock of
' the first company and on the preferred
stock of the second. While these rall
1iL i ' roads are not In the first rank of Impor
nw& ' i tajic, the fact of the Vanderbilt control
' ' k at them lends some special sentimental
t Influence to the financial policy pur
ItU l- ,uefl by their directors.
Wm . increased attention was paid today to
' rtports of deterioration of the winter
I vncat crop from too much moisture, and
5UL E. the strength of that grain's price roln
BhIfe' forced tho Influence of tho reports. En
tt UfclB itments of gold for export tomorrow
SHt'ifljr pfoved unexpectedly largo, reaching
.tf-lLm' 0.000. No fears arc entertained of
'f3K' the effect on our money market of this
diQkSf outcome. Interest rates continuing to rc-
-ZZJm: ctde. There were considerable recov
" cries from the lowest prices beforo the
t-ffl W1 market closed.
Wl Heavy dealings In Union Pacific rc-
E iflU funding is when Issued made up the
'IlmuM' bulk of the bond market again.
inlltkiM The largest sales wore made nt a
..juTW jhade below the subscription prices. The
"W' tone of the general bond market was
' W Ujrregular. Total sales, par value, $3,448.-
3 UifcMi United Slates bonds were unchanged on
Will Mr New York Bonds.
Lf, T:! U S rcf 2s reg..l01s do 2nd scries fiSa
W do coupon ...105 I, & N unified 4s PSJ
7iUai Ml, u s Se reg ..,.101 Mnnh con g 4s 0G
rifLtJk' do coupon ...101 Tdcx Cent 4s ..St
Tlf U S is ref 121j do lEt lnc 15
"' do coupon ...122i M & St L 4s.. S2
Amer Tobac 4s. 72i M K & T 4s .. 0G5
'""iTM! do 6s 105a do 2nds S31
""iSlW. Atch gen 4s .... 08J N RR of M c 4s Sli
iMVi? 5 do odjust 4s. 8S IN V C gen 35s.. 323
3 do cv 4s fl02N J C gen 5s.. 1231
. ... , do c 5s IOOJiN P 4s 1011
iff. ; At Coast Li 4s.. 92 do 3s 71s
M. ' f BiO 4s OS? N & West c 4s.. 941
iBS, ' do 3s 9.".io S Li rfdg- 4s.. 89?
) Brook R T cv 4s 73 jPenn cv 3s 1915 915
JDSl ' Cent of Ga 5s. .1045' do consol 43..10U
1, do 1st lnc 71 Reading gen 4s 9SJ
"' tm .'. do 2nd Inc... 46t Rep of Cuba 5s. 104
, rt , , f do 3rd lnc ... 3GJ St Tj &z I at c Ss.lOS
Chi h Alton 31s 67J St L S'west c 4s GG
trtpif 1 C B & Q n 4s S6J Scab Air L. 4s.. r.li
fc! f CRI & PRR c 5s 96 5 P 4s S54
lafcjil I do rfdg 4s .. 861 do 1st 4s .... 921
-. ; CCC & St L g is 91i Southern Ry 5s899
-.Xolo Ind 5s ... 602 Tex & Pac lsts.1071
'""o MIdlnnd 4s 63 ,T St L. cfc W 4s 731
fcy Colo & South 4s 90 1 U P 4s 102i
iirlA' HlHud cv 4s 97 I do cv 4a ... . 91J
R G 4s--" S Steel 2pd 5s 965
Erie pr Hen 4s SO Wabash Ists ..103J
sen 4s .... 65 IWestern Md 4s 67
IWW . FK.,VaI 41S..10SJ W & T, E 4f.... GS1
- lnt Me.1 4is ,5S w,s Cent 4s.... S5J
VllM ; 4s so? NY Nil & H cv
a - ,apan s SSi 6s cert 1251
37. WE .
tal New York Money.
iSklW r NEAV ,TORK. June 17. Close: Prime
M-MS "cantllc paper. 3j4 per cent.
sterling exchange steady, with actual
I0 I- J01"1"5 bankors' bills at 4.S7.10 for
TflTiltllt l""3,"?!'1 -J-S5.50 for sixty days; com
firr I' J,1"'1 dollars, 47c.
BiSK I. yeniment bonds steady.
1 trlllroatI boniip irregular.
PSfft .Tioney ." caJ1' eas'' Per cent:
tOH VftrM. "jl'ns rates. 1J per cent; closlna: bid. 11
bil'KruC;nt'' ofred 13 per cent. Time loans,
ioU'lt' ?ncty days- 22i Pr cent; sir months
Mi ' P' cent.
W Treasury Statement.
rJ" .JJ'ASHINGTON-, Juno 17. Today's
XlBWi Sury dement shows: Available cash
iftfnf S230.lCS.003j gold coin and bul
J33.0o6.165; gold certificates, 531,115.-
nuAeHV Evaporated Fruits.
ibF.TOrK' Juno ".-The market for
-iriS!??WiSlcd aPPlc la tjulet but steady, in
71 absence of Important offerings. Fancy
j.- ft0W-Mo-al lfl10sc; choice at S(9c;
BWe. 6I7ic- and common to fair at 51
I Vt.f?l stcad' on spot, with a little bet
Mhfvl?;. In,e f,cmand In evidence, although
,.u iig?eri vlcw,s are rather below tho mar
jlica .JftV.. Quotations range from 31c to 13c for
itA?J0 are lulet wit" choice quoted
- f,J"10Ac,; cxtra choice, llllic and
. I.Miu.1, .ar? unchanged, with Iooko mus
,11nreiHMdMq ri at 436ic: cholco fancy
lUmJ. 67c,3seedles6. 56c; London
New York Sugar.
.rrtWtofeV. fX,0RK- Jun" 17 Sugar Raw,
Kh it.; nnlne, 3.S9c; centrifugal.
' JM? vinnc' molasscB sugar, 3.64c.
W'ittii inSdr'n8teady; crushed. G.lOo; pow
mri 0-r'"c; granulated. 5.40c.
jell I Mexican
.4 J i ustan liniment
I THE PAIN RELIEVER.
6,1 !f. works like magic
lakes all the hurt
ritto For out ofthe little daily
? Sprains, accidents.
8. Burns Limbers up a stiff
rf' fi a Cnf. Joint and takes the
OBift Che "ki".k" OUt of a
!ln2: i,fne8s Cleanses, antiscpti-
t fr bago, cally, and heals old
r ft fitfa, sores and ulcers.
jtfl A '"Sores, No matter how long
nfiT) $ ' atandinft or deep
i i cers seated the Pain
rflE ' " Mexican Mustang
LONDON UN Mi
Lead Advances Abroad; Local
Market Quiet; Iron Is
PEICES OF METALS
j- IN NEW YORK MARKET v
I Silver ' 5:51c
- Copper (electrolytic). ?12.62t'1l2.S7a
I Lead, quiet .51.471.55 j
XEW YORK, Juno 17. The London tin
market had quite a sharp break today,
with sp0t closing at 127 12s 6d, and
futures at 127 17s 6d. .Locnlly the mar
ket was weak, with quotations ranging
Copper was 5s higher in Txmdon. with
snot quoted at 56 5s. and futures at
08 15s. Tho local market wax d till and
unchanged, with lake quoted at 51-S7i
13.00; electrolytic at 5l2.62j12.S7j, and
casting at SI2.50(g12.G2i.
Lead advanced to 12 13s Od In the
London market. The local market was
quiet at 51.47iffi4.52i.
Spelter was lower In London, closing
at 19 2s Gd. The local market was
dull and unchanged at 54.55tfJ)4.G0.
Iron was higher at 51s 3d for Cleve
land warrants In Ixmdon. Locally no
change was reported. No. 1 foundry
Nortflern, $16.5017.00; No. 2 foundry
Northern. 515.75filG.25: No. 1 Southern
and No. 1 Southern soft, 516.50(5)17.23.
Closing Stock List.
Sales.) II: L. Clsc
Amal Copper 15,400 6S3 6i 67i
AmerCar&Fndy 500 C1R 3U 31
Amor Cotton Oil
Amer H &. L pfd IS
Amer Ice Sccur 100 273 273 26?
Amer Llnsoed - 9
Amer Locomotlvo ... 3.300 49i 46 463
preferred 200 102 100J 100i
Amer Smelt Sz Rcf.. 14,600 76S 75 75E
preferred 300 JKU 991 99j
Amer Sugar Refining 400 12G3 126a 1261
Amer Tobacco pfd SS
Amer Woolen 300 231 22i 23
Anaconda Mining Co 1.700 43i 42 132
Atchison 2.500 S2 SI S1J
preferred 100 93J 93i 93
Atlantic Coast Line 100 90 90 S9i
Baltimore & Ohio... 900 S9J 8SJ S9i
Brooklvn Rapid T... 900 4i3 4i 4 1 1
Canadian Pacific . . . 4,200 1G1J 160 1608
Central Leather ..... 100 25 25 2o
Central of New Jersey 1S4
Chesakeako & Ohio.. 2,400 44 43t 44J
Chicago Gt Western 400 68 61 6
Chicago & N W 300 151 150S lol
Chi Mil & St Paul 8.100 1343 132 1335
C C C & St Louis 1.200 56 471 -J"
Colo Fuel & Iron... 1.000 27i 27 2GJ
Colorado &. Southern 400 31J r.li 31
1st preferred 100 57 5S 5S5
2d preferred 100 49a 49JI 4Si
Consolidated Gas 1235
Corn Products 200 1CJ 1G 165
Delaware & Hudson 300 159. 1501 1;iS2
Denver & Rio Grande 25
preferred 100 61 G4 63
Distillers' Securities. 300 34 34 33
ISrle 2.100 IS ISi lSj
1st preferred 600 31; 31 31
2d preferred 235
General Electric .... 300 134 134 133
Great Northern pfd. G.700 132 1305 131
Great North Ore ctfs. 200 60 G93 59
Illinois Central 600 130 129 130
Intcrboroush-Met 900 111 11 10
preferred 600 29i 29 29
International Paper , lot
preferred .' 8
International Pump .... .... ;
Iowa Central 200 lbj 165 lb
Kansas City Southern 23
Louisville ; Nash... 200 10S 10S 10i
Mexican Central 16
Minneapolis & St L 2
M St P & Sault St M HO
Missouri Pacific 500 49 J 4S5 4S3
M K .5: T 500 -27 27i 276
National Lead 5.200 06J Co 6oJ
New York Central.. 400 105 1038 104J
N Y Ont & West... 2,000 41 401 401
Norfolk & Western 61
North American 100 60 bOj 60
Northern Pacific 9,000 1371 135 1361
Pacific Mall 200 253 253 251
Pennsylvania 3,100 121 121 1211
People's Gas .... 92
Pittsburg C C & St L .100 74 74 73
Prosscd Steel Car .. 200 2S 28 27
Pullman Palace Car lfS
Railway Steel Sprlns ona
Readme S1.500 1143 1121 113 J
Republic Steel 200 ISi ISi IS
prcferrod 700 653 65J 6i3
Rock Island Co.. 100 175 lji 171
preferred 3,300 35 335 34
St L & S F 2d pfd 275
St L Southwestern 16
Sloss Shef Steel & I.. 400 50 50 49j
Southern facinc .... o.juu dk ooj oa
preferred 100 1191 1191 119
Southern Railway .. 600 17 17 175
preferred 300 465 46 40
Tennessee Copper 200 36J 361 35
Texas & Pacific 200 203 201 22
Toledo St L & West 200 203 201 22
prof erred 700 443 411 -Ho
Union Pacific 69,500 1471 1451 1465
preferred 100 S35 S3i S3
U S Rubber 1st pW 100 931 931 93
U S Steel 20,900 37 37 371
preferred 2,100 1021 1018 101S
Utah Copper 900 31: 31 311
Va Cfir Chemical .. 500 248 21 21
preferred - 100
Wabash 200 113 113 Hi
preferred 900 233 23 235
Westlnghouso Elect. 900 45 443 -l;.
Western Union 100 56 56 5t
Wheeling & Lake E- 600 6 6. 61
Wisconsin Central I63
Total sales for tho day, 325,200 shares.
CHICAGO. Juno 17- Cattle Receipts,
about 23,000; weak lo 10c lower. Beeves,
S4.90?IS.15; Tcxans. $1.SG7.2S; Westerns.
$1. 756.75: stockers and feeders. $2,65'
5.50; cows and heifers, $2.50G.50;
calves, $4 756.25.
HoffH Receipts, about 3o.000. Market,
generally 5c lower. Lights, $5,255(5.70;
mixed,,. S5.30i7.77; rough. $5.2505.15;
good to choice heavy, $5.4u3.io; bulk of
sales, $5.60(5)5.70. . Mv
Sheep Receipts, about 20.000- Market.
10c lower. Natives, S3.25i)5.40: West
erns. $3.30Sp5.50; yearlings. ?4.80(ff'.rj.G5;
lambs, 51.2506.40; Westerns, 54.25Q)G.55.
OMAHA, Jtfno 17. Cattle Receipts.
2400. Market firm. Native steers. ?.")(Q)8;
cows and holfers, 53.5006.50; western
steers, $3.7506.40; Texan steers, $3,500
5.50; ranun cows and heifers, $305; can
nrs, 52.5003.75; Blockers anrl feeders, $3
(fi5.25: calves, $3.2506.25; bulls and stags,
Hogs Receipts, 11.200. Market steady
to easier, TIcavlcs. $5.5505.65; mixed.
$5.5005.65; light. 55.4005.60; plgs. $4,500
5,25; bulk of sales, S5.5O05.5u.
g100pRccclpts. 2000. Market slow to
15c lower. Yearlings, $5.250 G; wethers.
$5.2005.60; ewes, $1.5005.20; lambs. $6.50
Nc-,v York Flour and Grain.
NEW YORK, June 17. Flour Re
ceipts, 20,100 barrels; exports, 3100.
Quiet and generally steady.
rvi)f.at Receipts, 16,000 bushels; ex
ports. 2250. Spot, firm; No. 2 red, 90c
olevator; No. 2 red, 99c f.o.b. afloat; No,
1 Northern Duluth, $1,154 f.o.b, afloat;
No. 2 hard winter. $1.06 f.o.b. afloat.
Options opened ha higher on bad crop
news, and advanced lo lie over tho pre
vious day's closing, Later It turned
I weak under profit-taking and Indiffer
ence of cash business, closing easy at
ec net advance. July closed 97c; Septem
ber closed 9lc. j
IN WHEAT IS STRONG
Heavy Rains and Reports of
Damage in Southwest; De
cline at Close.
CHICAGO. Juno 17. The bullish senti
ment manifested during the greater part
of tho day was based on more rain In
Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri, and on
numerous reports which asserted that tho
crop In Kansas had been seriously dam
aged by Hessian ilks and wet weather.
Tho closo was weak; July opened a
shado to 10gc higher nt S90S91c ad
vanced to 904c and then declined to SSic
where It closed.
The corn market was strong nearly aP.
day. but broke In sympathy with the late
decllno In wheat, and closed weak at al
most the low point. A demand was due
to excessively wet weather In the corn
bolt and lo reports of the damage to the
crop in Kansas and Missouri. July
opened a shado higher at 67J cents, ad
vanced to 63a cents and then declined
to 670678 cents, where It closed.
Oats were in active demand during tho
first half, which caused an ndvuiiRC of
more than one cent in all deliveries. In
the final hour, however, nearly all of
the gain was lost on realizing. July
opened Jc higher at 411c advanced to
45Sjo and then declined aguln to Hie.
where It closed.
-Provisions were firm early, but the
market lost much of Us strength when
the break In wheat and corn occurred.
The close on pork was 5051 cents up.
'Lard was a shado higher.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open Hlsh Low. Closo
Julv SO 904 SS4 SSI
Sept m SS5 S7i Sii
Dec. (old) .. SSI iS9J sa ssa
Dec. (now) . SSI S91 SSA SSi
July 67g GSj 6,1 6E
Sept 671 6S8 61 1 6.3
Dec 5S1 598 5S1
May 5S1 593 oSg !3
July (old) .. 44! -I"'i 415 Ha
July (new) . 433 443 13 43i
Sept 37 3S1 37 :
May 40 ' 403 ' 393 -10
Mess Pork, per barrel
July 11.171 14.40 11.171 14.30
Sept 11.15 14.655 1 1-15 14. "2
Lard, per 100 pounds
Julv S.75 S.85 S.75 R.Sn
Sept S.30 9.021 S.95 8.97
Oct 9.10 9.10 9.05 9.05 .
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds
July 7.S25 7.S5 7.S21 ..90
Sept. S.05 S.17 S.05 S.121
Cash ouotatlons were as follows: Flour
sfeadv; No 2 spring wheat. $1,055; No. 3.
95C0S1.O3; No. 2 red, 92094c: No. 2 corn.
69069c; No. 2 yellow. 7272c: No. 3
white oats. 5l(fi52gc; No. 2 rye. 7Sc: fair
to choice malting barley, 52 0 531c; No. 1
Northwcstcnt flaxseed. $1,251; prlmo tlmo
thv seed. $3.S0: short ribs, sides (loose).
$7.'5O07.9O; mess pork, per bbl.. $14,300
14.40; lard, per tOO lbs.. $8.75: short clear
sides (boxed), $7.9O0S.OO.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 26.500 1S.900
Wheat. hu3hels . ... IS.000 n..,00
Corn, bushels 617.(00 2S9.900
Oats, bushels 37.900 2a.l00
Ryo. bushels 4.000 . ..
Barley, bushels 70.900 20.S00
On th produce exchange today the but
ter market was easy; creameries, 19023c-:
dairies. 17021c: eggs steady; at mark,
cases Included, 140145c; firsts, l lio; prlmo
firsts, 16c; cheese steady at 11012c
Gold for Export.
NEW YORK June 17. Goldman.
Sachs & Co. todny engaged $500,000 gold
for export to Germany. This makes a
total of $41,550,000 taken for export to
Europe since tho present movement be
gan. Heldclbach. Ickolhclincr & Co. also en
gaged S500.000 gold for Germany today,
making the total for tho movement $12,
350,000. Revenue Statement.
WASHINGTON, June 17. The monthly
statement of tho collections of internal
revenue shows that for May tho total re
ceipts were 518.105.6S1. a decrease of
$1,040,050 for the corresponding month
last year- Tho dficlt for tho cloven
months of the current fiscal year Is $10 -749,460.
A decrease for the month Is
shown for ever Item upon which thoro
Is an interna revenue tax. except a
slight increaso for adulterated butter.
New York Produco.
NEW YORK. June 17. IJuttor, steady;
creameries, third to first, 19023c.
Cheese, firm; unchanged
Eggs, steady, unchanged.
PRODUCE MEN STRIVE
TO GREET TRAVELERS
Stands on Market Row Will
Present Pretty Spectacle
Thursday Morning. '
Dealers or. Market row bad but very
little spare time on their hands Wcdncs- j
day. for. In addition to business being
considerably heavier than usual, every
avallahlo moment was required for the !
completion of the decorating of the stalls
for the big U. C. T. celebration, which
begins Thursday. Each dealer is en
deavoring to make his stand look the
prettiest, and the result will represent
a great deal of hardCwork.
"A large consignment of California new
potatoes was a welcome" arrival, and the '
doinanil for the vegetables was largo,
much :noro so than for the I.'tnh product,
which as yet retnahui rather (Scarce. I
Another tumble was noticed Wednes
day In tho quotations on Utajt strawber
ries. The fruit retailed at 10 and 125
cents a box. The ' Hood Rlvor variety
was rather fcarce .at 15 cents a- box. out
two carloads, however, are promised for
the latter part of the week, tho arrival
of which. It Is expected, will tend to rc
duco the price.
Cantaloupes are coming In moro freely
than over before so early in the. season.
Although tho price remains unchanged
15 and 20 cents each the variety Is be
coming larger and the quality better.
Watermelons are also plentiful for so
early !n Jhc season. Tho price of these,
too, ronmlns the same.
A little forcLhonpbt may save you
no end of trouble. Aii3'ono who makes
it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand
knows this to bo a fact, i-'or salo by
SEE US NOW ABOUT
You -want llio best. Wo have the
gouds and the work men. We will do
your painting, loo. W. A. Duvall, 110
W. 2ud South. Both phones.
Provo vs. Com. Travelers. Thursday,
3 p. 111., Walkor's field. Heat talent in
Tribuno Want Ads.
Roll phono 5201. Ind. phono 360-34S.
"When you sec a loaf of
I bread of fine, even grain,
I and of perfect white- 1
1 n ess. you know instiuc- I
I tivcly that 1
was used. j
ivWOa ' Intwjud and thouM know
bont the vrondf rfnl
IATOVwVJ?iJ!l Tba new Vnell fyrWr.
Pnf t M lonJg
Kk yonr drneptt for 1 1 gtMEWf$$& Jr
If he cnnot tuppiy thfl Jw "iv 'ui-rVff!si
JlAUTKl, ncrtjil no 'tf
otlirr. hut ?nd iliimn for k I jfi
llluitnvted UooV-tenled It cItm CXf'f . W
full pruculr ud direction In- VlmMZW
Vlnablo to ladle. M AIM EI'CO. -wmr
AK.t and trt. NEW TCIJlfc-
For sale by F. J. Hill Drug Co.. F. C
Schramm, Charlen Van Dyk and Qodb
PUts Drug Company.
! Scott's Santal-Pepsin Capsules
For Inflammation orSntarrli
of the Bladder and Diseased
Kidneys. No euro no pay.
Cures quickly nud Perma.
ncntly tho worst cases of
Gonorrhoea and Gleet, no
mntter of Mow long stand
ing. Absolutely harmless.
Sold by druggists. Prlco
Jl 00, or bj- mull, postpaid,
$1 (0,3 boxes 12.76.
THE SAHTAL-PEPSIN DO.,
I F. J. Hill Drug Oo., Salt Lake City.
Tha desirability of transact-
Inp your banklnrc buslncns with
the Commercial National Bank
should strongly commend Itself -J i
to corporations, flrma, pocletloa i '
and Individuals. It In rococnlzcd ? '
for Its etrength, competent i
management, promptness, cour- t .
tosy and careful attention to & '
every detail. K I
Your account In respectfully t
Invited. g j
Capital $100,000.00. f! '
0 BurpliiH JoO.OOO.OO.
Deposits tt,000.X.CO. 11 '
I 1 i
Bubbling, sparkling, cold,
delicious soda; drawn by
our experienced dispen
sers from our modern
Tec cream our own make, and
pure fruited chocolates, Mexican
pecan and fine fruited phosphates,
sundaes, frappes and egg drinks.
In all tho West, no soda surpasses
ours, and few equal it.
"Wc make it riht serve it right.
Druebl & Franken
271 Main East Side- Xot on the
YourCredit Is Good
Men b Vduths' and Boys'
Clothing Bold on easy weekly or
monthly payments. All the latest
styles and patterns to select
from. Wc sell only reliable, up-to-date
shnpo retaining rlothlng
at lowest prices. Unlon-mado
Suits from $7.00 lo $30.00.
50 East First South.
Where everybody's credit Is good.
& Anson Co.
Temple of Music
75-77'W. 2nd So.
I t. 'OLUTEiy PURE
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m Cure4 by absorprJon. no pain. Tn en- r, . , . , V
1 IsorKot votiis are due to mumps, bicycle The tpeehsl FEES quoted below will ,u .ow .y00'18' lprovemont i
1 &'-SrSS but a abort time longer .tTnTrttSS
H well as pbyslcaDy I will cure you for mey '" rfjy 90 c" at on and Vpu arise In the morning, lumo back. I
H life or make no charge. be aure to get those low price.: tflcauaetia, spot before the eyes, anil I
H - leol you are not the man you once
HYDROCELE Obetructlone, frota J6 to TIB 'wor. 1 cure you for life. 5
1 Stoufc Ton'whet !S VarlcoceU, from ,10 f JiG T.88UE WASTE.
W caa be curod in a fair houro at a mod- Hydrocele, from 110 U G0 Either partial or total, ovorcome by my !
rate coat? Call and consult mo at Atrophy, from ,15 to 12 50 Vlfforel Absorbent Pad for woalc, dip- i
m onoe, and I will convince you of the Nervouo Dobllltv frum k tn oaod m0M- Cal1 nnd 1 explain I i
H Buperiorlty of my New Syatem Treat- 7 Doumty, from fi to 10 why !t curc3 wben c,ae mi A 3
ment over any other method. wnwing, trom 7.60 to f 10 friendly chat Tflll coat you nothing, i
ffl BLOOD POISON Uloera, from $5 tP jig Call at onoe, and don't delay. y
H Overoome in 0 dAjro or.Ho pay. Bymp- Dischargee, from tg to io URETHRAL OBSTRUCTION 3
ssjwrwwass -.r;."nS III s.M
3 Bladder Ailments, from.... 15 to 112 Go IOS Um. I
I I DO NOT PATCH UP. Kidney Allmenta, from ?.J10 to 120 I DUnwnRr nv cr-, . .c-.. i
I I CURB FOREVHR. Proetate Allmente, from::;.'.'.0 to III ' ' ftgU j TAKES K.'0"' j
1 Call to aee me If poealblo. Wrlto for queattoti Hat If u r.u
. MEDICINES FROM 1.60 TO &M Ta COUSB ''
H daily Houna, p a. m. Tb a p. m. A couJf,?JLAV Lln,lr,0 t
M SUNDAY HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 1B P. M.
I SALT LAKE MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,M1 BET' I '
Doctorp. lawyers, merchants, clerks, l J j
incchanics, their wives and svJcot- ' lf&W Y 1 H'iail
. hearts, will want a vacation soon, 1 jA. ffi 1 il
and honce you had ijcttor turn in T$G&&v ffi iiH
your claims now. Wo work whilo xJm I "il
' you are away, having a good time. aStMM s B i ' vil
i If you turn in your claims noon 0(i!f ll'aiii
R enough you can take tho money Mkyy jfr' 9 il:LLl
6 wltli you. If not, tho money will '"W Jr '1
come in handy when you return. Wo 'C?p ' -'il
collect for everybody. j H
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASrSOOIATiON, Ijk
Scientific Collectors cf Honest Debts; S rooms, Commercial Nat'l Bank 'I
I Bldg.. Salt' Lake City, Utah. G ! H
I rRANCIO G. LUKE. GEN'L MGR. jl il
f "SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." H V jH
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o ull'ice Hours bn) 10 A. M. to 8 P. M. Sunday 11 to 2 P. M. jj '7iH
TEE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE I tfl
i SS HALF ITS CURE S
(j IF ALL YOU WHO ARE IN NEED OF A SPECIALIST WILL CALL ON T iH
O ME FIRST YOU WILL NOT HAVE SO MANY DOCTOR B I L I S I
j TO PAY. 34 YEARS IN SALT LAKE CITY. J H
4 for JurrcKcs. y 1
Best Eclerence" Are the GFateMI " I
Patients We Have Cmred. I H
Varicocele, Constriction, Loss .pH
oi Manly Vigor, Cooiagions i
Blood Poison, Ulcers and Slim tH
ID ntt a t i TVTmi7'"C1 A fTTPP lssno a positive guarantee of a cure
H VT U iiJK-iilN 1 XiJCj J O U XL Hi ln everr caae undertaken or money re-
P funded. Wo want nothing we do not honestly earn, and If wo fall to euro . v
't you we do not want your money.
I f WTTTT1 People who live In outside towns and In tho rountry and ; ' j
j 1 WXlilJj cannot call, should wrlto for consultation, advice and medical P , IH
i book Free. Many crises have been cured by home treatment. f I
G IMPORTANT We will cure you for LESS MONEY than you can be treat- ,
a ed for by any other specialist ln Salt Lake, and you lmvo tho advantage of ,
H knowing that you are In the caro of reliable specialists who are ACKNOWL,-
I. EDGED AUTHORITIES In the treatment of mon's ailments. We recognise - j
no superiors ln our specialty. , IH
F Consult tho Cook Medical Co. free before placlnpr your case. , '
Hours 9 a. ra. to S p. m. Sundays 10 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Call or address , i-tl
COOK MEDICAL CO. W
116 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. H
The DoetoFs Wlao Cure 1 fl
CATARRH Deafness, Asthma, T.unK
Troubles, Rheumatism, Hay Fever, fSSpm I
Epilepsy, Hysteria, Insomnia. Heart &hX&JiSv, 1 'H
Troubles. Diseases of tho Stomach. 7 I3M. '
KldnoyB, Liver, Bowels and Bladdor. &25iV i'icl
and all Curablo Nervous. Chronic and p RSR9& 'vl
Private Diseases of both aexos. fejR 1 IM
Exaraina!ioes Free $W Iffl
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Drs. J ' I lal
. n,mn Shores & Shores will troat all Ca- jSi .
DR. A. J SHORES, tarrhal Chronlo dtsoasos of every
name and naturo for tho low fee of ?5 a imnth medicines hmiinf j&hGp&sM H
free, to provo to tho afflicted that Drs. Shores' NEW troat- YMviXM ' TiH
ment Is superior to all others, curing ln one-fourth the tlmt. i'l
required under tho old methods. DR. G. W. SHORES. ) f V'H
MEN A SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR MEN "'ill
Drs. Shores maintain a Special Department exclusively for the treatment and Ml
oure of all diseases of Mon, no matter how caused. You can consult Drs. Shores . 1 flB
about tho most delicate or embarrassing troubles, with tho assurance that vou ,
will bo ejvon honest advice and skillful troatment. and evervtulrjff will " bo .
STRICTLY PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL. Men who aro weak and falling f 1 .
young men who have been led astray by bad companions old mon who find I
their scxunl vlor gone the victim of j '
Blood Poison, and all others who need tttp DnncnAirtt ..m (
tho counsel and aid of exporlcnced and lliB PKOSTATjj GLAND. J
kindly phyalclanB, are cordially Invited Drs. Shores aro pioneers unions: tho
to consult this department, and be ad- Medical Profession In discovering that -
vised FREE OF CHARGE. We euro nearly every case of so-called "Weak- f I jl
more men than all tho "Fako Medical ness' In men. la due to enforcement or . i '
Institutes" and quack companies In Inrlammatlon of the Prostate Gland. Iinl-
tho clly combined. No cheap, hired tators now copy Drs. Shores' advertise-' ,H
doctors. rr.onts and claim to relieve this trouble
So suro Is the Cure under Drs. but Prs. hlwros' treatment Is not glvon . 1
SHORES' MODERN METHODS In all or even known by any "Fako Medical ' ' 'B
private dlncaaes that you may ar- Company" In the World. ,
ranK-s to pny tho foo for a Cure in Tho treatment Is local It is original 1HH
small weekly or monthly installments. and scientific, and Is tho only effective 'H
ao tho cure procresses, or you may method to CURE this common and terrl- ' ?"
PAY WHEN CURED. No matter ble trouble You can not get this treat- ,
what your trouble Is, or v.'ho has failed ment anywhere olso on earth 3s given L '
to euro vou. consult these Mastor Sjie- by Drs. Shores honce If you want u r
clallsto. "free of charge, and learn how OL'RE apply direct to Drs. Shoroa & f i
you can yet be cured. CALL OR Shores, tho originators of tho wondorful M '
WRITE. treatment. i '
Home Troatmcnt Crtrcs. Write for Freo Symptom List If you cannot call. w t'
OFFICE HOURS: t a. m. to D p. m. Evenings, 7 to S. Sundays and holidays. ' , - Sl
10 a. m, to 12. Consultation free. 4 , 9H
Drs. Shores & Shores, Expert Specialists, Ialt lake city. 1 j ! iH
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