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20 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER S, i?2. -. ' -
IREALTY MEN FORESEE
PROSPERITY 1 1813
Extraordinary Activity in
Mining Industry Reflected
in Real Estate
EAST LOOKS -TO UTAH
State's Wonderful Resources
Are Certain to Attract Hun
dreds of Families.'
GjrWjj While the sntw has prevented much
Mill 31 Activity i the roal estate marke, local
3"ff H dealers ara not complaining. The
tt' H rpring, rammer and fall of 1912 have
knfy b8n lucratire. Despite the weathor,
several deals of considerable m agni-
'' fc JS tnda ' are reported for the week and
' mtny are Btdll-hanginp fire.
t.Ttill ,4 loota 11316 a oiff yoar in 1913
irt'it or 6 mining Induetrv," aaid a real
estate man yesterday, "and that means
mnoh for tho real estate businoaB.
pi Jit "Saw ralnea axe being opened; tho oast
'v8iil 1b booomlnj; oongested with population
itiVll ftlJd families are moving to the west,
'jjujfl ' California 1b bocoming crowded and tho
filMrt rcBOurcea of Utah are receiving recog-
flit I "And there is nothing to complain
fMttti afcottt tho past. It 1b true that at
jj J'fv thia time of tho year city real estate
J jjij-i ia dull, but inquiries aro coming in
Vl teHy and home building in the spring
l lm irill be nnustallv active."
jjkw Considerable Utah farm land has
2'.! fii been sold during the past fow weeks,
''ia Families of neighboring states and
T'W M from f nr off are sending inquiries
!, ? i to Salt Lake regarding proporty here.
r:jis The Manufacturers ' association has re-
't'V;i ceivd many letters along this line. It
ri'f is believed that many good things are
iti , in store for the state for next year.
:'L k . That the fruit industry will bo givon
ait impetus in 19J8 iB apparent from
14 H activities of tho eta to Fruit Growers'
- v, u association and tho inquiries sont hore
Ji! by those who desire to come to Utah
and engage in farming. The as60cia-
j ? tioa is preparing to improvo tho fruit
i; ?; market. It intends, according to some
) (4j of the members, to establish contral
Will headquarters in Salt Lake with expert
nellers and publicity promoters. It is
-tiH R'so Pr0P0Be& to fle ojroct to tho Ouii
sumera. By improving tho market, it
fi i is thought, fruit growers oE othor Biates
ff 'i 06 duced to settle iu Utah.
If;! ;i '"We desiro to create a better de-
tr" I mund for fruit in this and nearby
t' elates," said a member. "This can bo
Mf; done. What we need more than nny-
r. i thing else is a good publicity man, ono
'rtf ,u who understands his business and can
Ai tell about tho merits of Utah fruit."
I SALES ARE REPORTED
9 IN DOUGLAS PARK
J To HubbaTd Investment company rc-
il 3 several sales in Douglas Park, tho
i til popular subdivision promoted by this
a 3 iwmpany. and creeks & HcCnrtncy. The
J? if tfad weather has prevented (he promot-
!$ ore from taking sovernl prospective
tl & Vu3'cra over tho ground, but it, is ox-
fi aS pocted the sellers will occupy thoir tirao
! h this week in disposing of homositcs to
"k those who wero previously shown the
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"REALLY DDES" PUT STOMACH II
ORDER AT Dih-PAPE'S DIAPEPSI
I Time It! Iu Just Kve Minutes There Will Be 3STo Indiarcs
. , tion, Sourness, Heartburn, Gas or Dyspepsia.
Do somo foods you oat hit back
taste good but work badlj-; ferment
into stubborn lumps and causo n sick,
sour, gassy stomach? Kow, Mr. or Mrs.
Dyspeptic, jot this down; Papc's Dia
pepsin digests everything, leaving noth
ing to sour ami upset you. .No differ
onco how badly your stomach is disor
dered, you got happy relief iu five
minutes, but what pleases you most is
that it strengthens and regulates your
stomach so you can cat your favorite
foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief some
times they arc slow, but not sure. Di-
HIGHLAND PARK HOME
Durlnsr the week William J. Salmon and
his family moved Into tliclr beautiful new
homo at Stratford avenue and Alden
street. Highland Park. Tho home has
north and cast frontage and la altuatod
on a flno terraced lot and lias a splen
did view of tho entire city and vnlley.
The houeo Is built on the famous Frank
Lloyd Wrlgfht dealgn, with wide eavea
and the wol-known attractive lines pe
culiar to that style of architecture.
Matched fire brick forma tho outor con
struction, tho general color achenio being
a rich brown and rusHet.
Tho Interior of this beautiful homo Is
all that could be desired by the most dis
criminating hoiiHowlfo and yet. tho whole
radiates simplicity nnd provides every
comfort and convenience known to mod
ern methods of home building. Selected
hardwoods Circassian walnut, mahogany
and oak have been used throughout. An
attractive lnglenook, with a. rich fire
brick mantel and open llreplacc, window
seats, with ample space beneath for
storage, buillflln linen closets, built-in
buffet of selected Circassian walnut,
full-length pier glass mirrors' in the bed
room doors, a buffet kitchen, an ample
sleeping porch and a full cement, base
ment, light and airy, with furnace, arc
but a few of tho many charming details
In this beautiful home.
Kimball &. Richards, land merchants,
havo completed plans for a new bunga
low to be built at onco on Terrace street,
Hlgland Park, for J. V. Grant. The
homo will face west, looking down Whlt
lock avenue, and will ho one of tho most
atlractlvo designs In the park. An open
pergola will add a touch of California
charm to tho design.
A forco of workmen In the employ of
Utho Utah Light it Railway company
Is installing a new switch on tho llolll
day lino at Thirteenth South and High
land Park drive. As soon as this Is
complotcd the Sugar House car lino will
operate ovor this lino on regular sched
ule, thus giving double car service to
Highland Park residents.
BURT & CARLQUIST
REPORT BRISK WEEK
Tho Burt Si Carlqulst company has
sold a throo-acro farm In Davis county
for 5'JoOO. ah eight-aero fruit farm In
Box. Kldcr county for $4200, and a houso
and lot In Forest Dnlo for $3100 besides
consummating other dcls. Tho firm
reports considerable demnnd for fruit
and farm lands and that homeseckera
aro moro numorous at this tlmo of tho
year than ever before In SoJt Lako'H liJa-torj.
Outlook Is Propitious.
Tho jN. W. Clayton company reports
a prosperous week with a propitious
outlook for th ib week. Mr. Clayton said
tho lirm was nbout to swing a largo
acroago deal. While tho snow haB some
what retard od business, it has not
worked a hardship, according to Mr.
I I j Promptly Acts on
i Liver and Bowels
Liver Pills and Constipation Cures come and go, but
ariers is Pills
continue as they have for over 50 years to
give joyous -relief and permanent cure to millions who
suffer from Constipation, Sick Headache, Torpid Liver,
-pj. Indigestion, Nervousness, Lack of
pjw Appetite, Energy and Ambition.
K! Small Pill, Small Dote, Smnll Price
Bbittle GENUINE must bear signature
. Three weeks more, and we will be j
ill in our new store on East Broadway.
In the meantime- you can save the
Jj price of a nice Christmas Gift on
I your wall paper purchases
j 1 W. A. DUVALL
1'P Phone Wasatch 3154 Now at 110 W. 2nd So. 1
apup'in is quick, positive and puts
your stomach in a healthy condition
so tho misery won't coino back. i
You l'oel different as soon as Din- I
pepsin, comes in contact wiUi tho
stomach distress just vanishes your
stomach gets swoot, no gases, no belch
ing, no eructations of undigested food,
your head clears and you feel fine.
Put au end to stomach trouble by
getting a largo fifty-cent case of
Pape's Diapepsin l'roin any drug storn,
Vou realize in five mi mi lea how noed
less it; is to suffer from indigestion,
dyspepsia or any stomach disorder.
MANY REASONS WHY
SALT LAKE PROSPERS
The outlook for Salt Lake's growth
was never better, according to a mem
ber of tho firm of Kimball & Richards,
lit says that during the week the papers
contained three big Items, any one of
which would mean .prosperity to this en
tire section. Tho building of the Mof
fat railroad Into this state, with Salt
Lake as tho terminus; the gigantic elec
tric merger, Involving $40,000,000 of east
ern and foreign capital, and the construc
tion of the new state capitol building,
have all received considerable comment
during tho last few days. All of these
events point to- greater things for Salt
Lake's future, and all Indicate In the
strong pofislble terms Increased popula
tion, wider Industrial development and
the firm advance of Salt Lake real
estato values. Many of tho shrewdest
business men In the country are looking
to Salt Lake as tho most favorable lo
cation for Investment. Outside capital is
coming In and indications point to an
extended period of proepcrlty such as has
seldom been enjoyed In this country.
Kimball & Richards report that tho
popular residence tract. Highland Park,
Is sharing the many benefits resulting
from building activity and general de
velopment. Tho plan department of tho
firm is working overtime In order to ac
commodate tho patrons who desire to
novo into new homcx bv earlv spring
That next spring and summer will bo tho
busiest season in the history or the firm
is now predicted.
ACQUIRE PROPERTY IN
Considerable Interest is centered In tho
purchaso by Waldnmar Van Cott from
William J. Horn of a lot about 5S bv lfifi
foet on Brondway, botwoon Second West
and Third "West streets. Mr. Van Cott
IB a member of the law firm of Van Cott,
Allison & Rlter, attorneys for tho Den
vor & Rio Grando railroad.
Tho purchauo was made as on Invest
ment. Tho prleo was about S10.000. ap
proximately ?325 a foot. There Is an old
houso on tho lot Tho dal was han
dled by tho real estate firm of Little &
The desire to own land In this part
of Broadway Is said to bo duo to tho
predictions that the Morfat railroad will
soon reach Salt Lake. This is Salt
Lako'3 Mjr wholeaaJo oontcr and con
venient for shipping.
Stauffor Apartments Sold.
Ono of the most important real estate
deals of tho week wus tho sale of the
ntauffer apartment houso by Dr. Fred
Staufter to Anthony Godbe The trans
action waa handled by the firm of Young
Tho building Is on Kast South Temple
street. The price paid was $t!1.60D. The
structure containH about eight large
apartments and Jo three stories high.
Dr. Stauffer will continue to havo his
orcice and homo In tho building.
Subdivision Lota Activo.
The Hubbard Investment company and
Meeks & McCartney continue to din
pose of home silos In Douglas Jark.
Meeks & McCartney havo also sold sev
eral lots In University Hclghtu. W. J.
Meeks. who Is In charge of the firm's
Los Angeles office, has written that his
business therel s excellent.
Salt Lake Statistics
Odin Johnson and Elizabeth A .Ion
sen, Salt Iji Uc.
Hosea Hill, 37.1 I, street, boy.
Daniel- B. KeddlngUm, 1103 South
Fourth East street, hoy.
John J. Acomb, 53") South First West
William L. Morgan, 052 South First
West street, boy.
Leslie J. Brenner, 31J5 Fifth avenue,
William McEkhcnney, 33 Vine street,
Jjland William Ray, 111 East South
Temple street, girl.
Harry J. Cramer, 474 North Second
West street, girl,
Henry P. Warden, 438 West Seventh
South street, girl.
Parley D, White. 1022 West Third
North street, boy.
Joseph A. Clark, inn Eighth West
Charles Lewis Beatlcy. 2C3 West Third
North street, girl.
Howard 13. Vincent, 457 East Fourth
South street, girl.
December 7. 1912, Lillian M. Hum
phries, G40 Lowell avenue, 30 vears, tu
berculosis. December 4. 1912. John Bruno, Tooele.
Utah, 23 years, caved on In mine.
December 7, 1912, Kennot R. Rordamc.
1031 East Third South street, 5 years,
Docembor 6, 1912, Arthur Longbottom,
Jj. D. S. hospital, 15 years, tubercu
losis. December A, 1912. Agnes Weils, 775
West Eighth South street, 4S years,
December 7, 1912, Lula C. Adams, 25G
West First North, 1 month, bronchopneumonia.
Real Estate Trausfors.
Jesse C. Little to F. W. Little, part
of lot 5, block 38, plat B ,...s 10
F. W. Little and wife to Jesse C.
Little, part of lots 5 and C, block
107, plat C 1 in
F. W. Little to J. C. Little. lots 2.
3, 4 and 5, block 10C, plat C 2
Clark O. Dunshee and wife to Tva
O. Marlonaux, lots 7 and S, block
5. Wostmlnstor Heights subdlvl
. slon goo
Sidney S. Foster to Iva O. Marlon
aux, lots 21 and 22. block 1. West
minster Heights subdivision 300
May A. Darman et al. to Anna
D. Walton, part or lot 4, block 19,
Plat F ; 150
Ernest M. Fowler to IX, W. Owen,
part of block 156. plat A 500
Ceorge Hat ton to W. S. Thomson,
part of section 35. township 2
south, rango 1 oast
Edward Bluett and wifo to Hub
bard Investment company, lots
22, 3, 4 and 5, one-acre plat. A.
Oakley subdivision in
Archibald McEacher and wife "to
Nellie Mulvckell, part of lot 1
block 17, plat A ' 1 750
Oliver Mawson to Rachel J. duly '
part of lot 2, block 31, ten-abro
Plat A. J00
L. I. Hammond and wife to Larcn
C. Jensen, lots 11, 12 and 13 Ter
race Heights addition 10
CONTRACT LET FOB
Handsome Structure to Be
Built by Betlilyon Home
The apartment house which the Bet
lilyon Home ttuilders company is to
erect on fifth South between Seventh
and Eighth Jiasl, will soon be in courso
of construction, as contracts aro now
being awarded. This will be a hand
somo two-story building, of the most
modem type, and will bo owned by the
The company reports a very encouraging-outlook
ior business in the future.
Tiio continued demand for homes aud
houses to ronr. is a good iudox to tho
general condition of affairs, tho com
The interest that investors aro mani
festing in tho business affairs of this
city is very marked. This is becoming
more general from time to time, nnd is
a strong indication of tho faith of the
moneyed man in tho city's future.
Tho real estato marker, la still activo,
aud the Bottilyou Homo Builders com
pany reports several good deals during
During tho past year, the aggrogato
amount of money involved in Clio sales
effected by this company was $-136,842.
Included in these sales wero somo largo
apartment, houses, hotels, businoss
houses and dwellings.
Realty Pinus Move.
The George M. Cannon and Taylor
Bros, real estato firms havo moved to
the main lloor of the Hotel Utah. They
occupy a room in tho southeast corner
of the building.
Hereafter tho Cannon concern will do
a general real estato businoss. Horo
toforo it has handled only its own prop
erty. Both firms are busy having their
ofilco3 arranged for business.
E Stiff Joints 1
B are relieved at once by an applica-
tion of Sloan's Liniment. Don't m
rub, just lay on lightly. jffl
"Sloan's Liniment has done moro Kj
1 Rood than anything I have ever tried a
M or stlir Joints. 1 got my hand hurt so 3
H badly that J had to f top 70rk right In jgj
tho bufiest, tlmo of tho yoar. I thought m
I At first that I TToald havo to have my
1H hand taken off, but I got a bottle of 91 I
Sloan's Liniment and oared ray hand." Pj
Wilton "Wheeled, Morris, Ala. 9
Good for Broken SInev3 n
G. G. Jones, Baldwin, L. I., wiltas : m
"I used Sloan's Llnlniont for broken H
clnows abovo tho knoo capcansed by a
fall and to my groat satisfaction iraa M
able to resume -work In leas than threo H
weeks of ter tho accidont," 9
I Fine for Sprain
Mb. Hekrt A. Voehit, 84 Somoraet B
St., Plalntleld, 27. J., -writes : " A
friend sprained bis anklo so badly H
that It went black. Ho langhed wben g
I told hlra tbat I would have him out I
In a wook. I applied Sloan's Liniment j
and in four days ho -was working and ?
eaidSloan's win a rjRht good iJnl-
FACE ALL RED SPOTS
Rubbed and Scratched. Would Cry
and Fret. Used Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. Face Got Well.
032 K. 5th St., Tcrro Hauto, Ind. "My
llttlo ncphow, a boy of four years, had a
breaking out on Ills faco. It was llttlo red
f7"?v BD03 at Ar3t thon, ho would
S' nil ant scrat:l1 and water
'f'ly blisters would form and
3JZL wberover tho vrator would
!W6r5K run another would como
fl ; 71 until his faco was covered
with them. Ho would cry
and fret,. Hia mothor got
Y 'J somo modlcluo, but it did
I l not do any good. Ho would
I I A Kcrcnm and cry and cay" It
171 bUrt' Wo hard,y know him.
IvLJ bis llttlo faco was all .red
y nnots and blisters. 8o I
begged him to let mo put
some Cuticura. Ointment on thom. Tho
noxt morning I mado a strong soap n'uda
with Cuticura Soap and washed hJs faco In
tho warm awds. Tho llttlo blisters hurst by
pressing tho cloth on them. After I had
hla faco waobod, I put tho Cuticura Oint
ment on and in a Bhort time hJs llttlo faco
was all rod and dry. I Jcout using tha Cuti
cura Soap and putting on tho Cuticura
Ointment and hia faco got woll and It did '
not leavo a near. Do was entirely cured In
about ono week and a half." (Signed) Mrs.
Arthur Hawortb, Jan. 10. 1912.
A single cako of Cuticura Soap and box of
Cuticura Ointment aro often auffldant, wbna
all else baa failed. Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment aro sold everywhere. 8ample or each
mailed froo. with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston."
O-Tcnder-faced men ahould uso Cuticura
Eoap Shaving Stick, 2Cc. Samplo free.
Vegetables and fruitji
will bring wonderful profits :r
at Homefield Acres
' r 800 bushels of $1000- per acre j f t
XK finest potatoes mt
pi? W acre this year. 0f the celery H
IjL J At current . Mil f;
rK. market price of crop on this jjll j . l $0
f It - 'nd this year. fjQJl 1
bushel, this J "tiJ ' f,
means $480.00. j
pfbi ' Strawberries , ay
From $1000- pay from )
fTWW tolS00has .soo-toSOO m ' ?
J$y5L been cleared wPOl
in a single per. acre un- Wmmj ?
p season from 'd er careful t
A few choice half- f5 E
acres left and 13th South j
Two good car lines. Just right 'a
Only $640 to $740 each.' ; . for the wage earner. j
including graded streets, broad
iXld& treeS and' : : " Here's your g
' Opportunity . 4 Sff
Terms $13 to $15cash "omS 5$ 1
and a like amount each month. profits why not you? S
. ; til
. , Goeeitnow. Our autos are at your, service. f
Phones Wasatch 3992 and 6392. !'
:.. Kimball & Richards j 1
"Land Merchants" j !S
56 and 58 Main Street . Salt Lake Qty, Ufaflj C
NOTICE OF DELINQUENT 8ALE,
Wasatch Trout Company, Murray, Utah.
There are delinquent upon the follow
ing deucrlbed atock on account of assess
ment levied on the 24th day of Octobor,
lftlS, tho Boveral amounts aot opposite th6
names of tho ronpectlve flharonolderfl, as
Xo. Shrs. Amt.
Goorgo It. Bailey 11 100 $ 6.00
Georgo R. Bailey.--..... 12 200 12.00
George R. Bailey 18 200 12.00
GeorRe B. Bailey li 600 80.00
David Bagley 1E6 100 6.00
Martin Chrlatonsen 144 COO 80.00
Elmo F, Culbert... 187 CO 8.00
H. P. Coleman 171 COO ad. 00
Alvllda M. Dalton 1D4 200 13.00
V. W. Drommerhausen. .109 300 18.00
Simon Epperuon 160 875 40.30
Bruce Freczo 19U 100 fl.OO
Sherman Freene 80 100 6.00
James Frame , 34 SOO 18.00
Isaac H. Graco r. . . .149 ' ' 250- 15.00
Richard Henwood and
wife - 143 -100 6.00
George M. Jorgrenuen. .. . 68 ' 400 24.00
rk iy3?anvJ. 67 Co 30-oo
JJftSi01 fD..nild 50 8.00
William i C. Neff SO 100 b00
1?B ar.k.or, ; 05 500 30.00
Robert Patrick H 300 18.00
James T. Pyper 157- 75 4.50
J. P. Smith 123 200 12 00
Bllsa Smith. 124 100 oioO
Bamuel Stauffer 125 - 100 6.00
James XV. Savllle 120 1000 60.00
J. jx. Torrence 177 100 0.00
A. Townaend is 200 12. '00
"fj1 Terry 210 1500 flO.OO
David XVagBtafC a00 200 -12.00
kraTy JV&bt' 129 .50 .8.00
Daniel Webstor ...135 100 fi.oo
Provo Va ey Trout Co.. 227 100 6 00
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 228 100 G.00
Prov0 Valloy Trout Co. .229 100 G 00
Provo Valloy Trout Co.. 230 SOO 48 00
' ' (."ittM :
'' " 7 witter
Provq. Valloy Trout Co.. "31 jooO 'l liratu
Provo Valley Trout Cn. -: j o ffi
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 233 KH 1 ffi
Provo ValJpy Trout Co..;1!! W4 ' KFH,
Provo Valloy Tronl Co . 2 m !c
Provo Valley Trout r0 .23 Jtarc
Provo Valley Trout Co.. 237 i'-3 . iSr.Hs;
Pxovo Valley Trout C0..23S 15 j-iu
and In accordance with law and ana wMil
, board of directors mad? a duih
24th day of Octoher. 1912, 30 maari II I,,
of each parcel of stock as may U !o;C
essary will bo sold at the offle a
company, which Is at the resides Wi
XV. B. ICrekHon on X'lne- street. Ia; llMo
ray. fialt Lake rounty. Utah, on tli m m
day of Dooombpr. 1912. at th bnr B-i.';,
o clock r. m., to pay dollinucrit
meats theroon, tORcthor with m a r, n
advertising and exponsea of tie Wnill
W. B. EREKS0J
Secretary and treasurer Waatch! wd pc
company, -whose office Is at his rsl
on XTlne Btreot. Murray. TTtah. ;
Another Connecting LinA
A few days ago, Mr. Erb of the to get hold of some of the prop W
Moft-at road, placed an order for ties in the town that has the mostjig
425 steel cars. This makes the strategic location in this entire va$ (h
total number of cars 1825. The lay MIDVIEW. 'j
contention of Mr. Erb is that by . There are only 598 properties in .this town-; J
tapping the wonderful Uintah and they raDe 1x1 valuo from to $3mi ' I
Valley next Spring the freight- Th' selling them at $75 each ior j
age by Fall will tax the full ca- " leSS; $6 fr fur r I 1
pacity of this number of cars PerhaPs after noting these prices you will J: m
and more Say: Wil are you selling properties '1; iB
,that are worth so much for so little'" TheJllS
This order for cars is another eason is ,iust this: liavc larye lloI-SH
great link in the chain of pros- Zll Z vaUGy'1and t is t0 T ,"dTB
wl k t. !! k -Tj rul i . Pg" tage to get a good town started at onct
ress that Will build Mldview into We don't expect to- make a- fortune doinfl jfi
a second Pittsburg." it all we vrant is to' got the town starlfBi&
Tlio onxr , 0ur PricGS -for the properties do little moiSnEsEI
Sht tZlT ,ShWS the lhan C0Ver Promotion expenses. ' W
light m which men who know, hold m " v S
the richtlPSq nf Tio rnr4- tt a i Throe-fourths of tho cntiro lot. of proporties f'iH HI
W1B numeSS 01 ine great Umtah sold. Tho few remaining aro goiitf mfettM Jl
Valley, and it should impress ur.nu la-5t- lo". won to. "cot in on tKem."Tai
vnn hnw mnnli if V ? ?011 p.onrCl1 now au1 address a cur.l to us for qM
yOU nOW mUCn It means to be able plote formation it won-'t obli-ato vou in afllM
iu way. t'lHj
Inter-IVIountain Rsalty Company ,;S
"The Farm Shop"
Sp205 Toi Salt Lake Oity; UM
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