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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1913. I
ri.BE? . " " r - .
f ULTV MEN ARE
1 i IT COMPLAINING
ither Is Unpropitious, but
S Their Spirits Are Not
I Daunted. . .v
though the enowly weather is pre
)B liff the olosinpc of several impor
iv, Jrsal estate deals, realty men aro
h fcled -with conditions. They say
fmore money is in circulation in
Lake City now than probably ever
5(3 re and aotivity is manifest in every
Jpf business. Arrangements for
t homes in the spring are being
and houses are selling at good
general trend of the real estate
i is toward higher prices. Hopes
part of those who expected to
! tase when a Blump occurred, have
blated. No such sentiments aro
Ut wed now and dealers aro taking
j itage of the general understand
;i hat the prosperity' of the city and
j will continue to increase.
it year a great deal of capital
itha east was invested in Utah
$k jricinity. A new railroad, the
it line, is to enter the city and a
i? ilectric railway is to be built. In
U jn to this, the Utah, Power &
-jl oompany contemplates vast ir
iji on projects in this state, Colorado
ither parts of the, intormountain
: l All this is taken as evidence
-J i capitalists' confidence in this
"7 of the country and of future
h, for Salt Lake.
' tiness establishments and manu
al rles are malting extcntions and
iyeemnts and providing eraploy
fjfor more families. Every week
Jess houses unoccupied as a con
mcc. Prices of suburban propcr-
continually mounting, new sec
ure being opened aud indications
bat the city's expansion will go
' SHALL-PYKE CO.
. IRMS ORGANIZATION
iSTftrshall-Pyfto company, which re
i iltook over the wholoBate furnish-
fid notion business of the A, H.
, S' company of this city, han com
; pin organization, with the follow
.. jckholders: James F. Marshall. Ed
1 Rosenbaum. F. A. Pyke. W. S.
; nick. W. C. Druehl. Georpe Aires
A 7 W. TPIscomb. all of this city.
t pplt&l stc-ck of the corporation Is
y officers of the company are: Jameg
t, rshall, president; F. A. Pvke, vico
snt and treasurer; W. C Druehl.
1 ry. These, with Edward Rosen
4 md George Aires, form the board
. 4 ictors. This firm has a number of
ng men on the road nd will,
j, IB Increased facilities for handling
j w, make an ayjrresslve campaign
; i business of tho intormountain
In the lines carried. Mr. Marshall
.? V.ln New York, purchasing sooda
i new company.
!company will be located at 100
. ray until new quarters will be
BOWELS SLUGGISH, STOMACH SOUR.
GUSSl UPSET? CASCARETS GREAT!
Ihat awful sourness, belchinjj of acid and foul cases; that pain in the pit
of the Btomach, tho heartburn, nervousness, nausoa, oloating after eating, feel
ing of fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means j'our Btomach is full of sour
bile Your liver is torpid your bowols constipated. It isn't your stomach 's fault
it isn't indigestion it's biliousness and constipation.
Try Cascarcts; they immediately sweeten the Btomach, remove the sour,
undigested and fermonting food and foul gasos; take tho excess bile from tho
liver and carry off tho constipated waste matter from the bowols. "Thon your
Btomach trouble is ended. A Cascarot tonight straightens yon out by morning.
es ea Jg3 Jj
J 10 CeilSS. Never gripe or sicken.
j "CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.';
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IN Iffl DEii
National Savings & Trust
Company Reports That
Business Is Rushing.
It is probable that in tho spring
thirty-five families of refugees from
Mexico will sottle at Mosida on Utah
lake. The National Saving & Trust
company, which is selling the irrigated
farms there, is negotiating with the
refugees. They intend to purchase
The National Savings & Trust com
pany reports a tremendous interest be
ing "tekeu in tho sale of "Mosida by
the Iako" irrigated lands in Utah val
ley. Utah valley farmers who have been
acquainted with the project from tho
beginning, who know tho soil and tho
possibilities of Mosida lands, Jiave
beon tho first to respond to the ad
vertising and several automobiles were
kept busy last week taking these peo
ple over the tract. It 1b expected by
tho oompany that the sale of this
land will not continue more than sixty
days, aud that Utah farmers will be
the principal buyers. The National
Savings & Trust company is primaril3r
looking for farmers, and not specula
tors in land values. It wants men who
will make thoir homes on tho project
and till the soil; men who will bo pub
lic tpiritod and labor to build up the
community. To such men it offers tho
Mos-ida irrigated lands on long-time
A surprising number of inquiries re
garding Mosida have been received
from former Utah people who havo
cone to Canada and Mexico. These
WILL MAKE PROGRESS
ON PROGRESS HEIGHTS
As soou as the wenthcr permits, the
Progress "Realty company will com
mence extensive improvement on
Progress Heights second addition,
with the expectation of placing tho
property on the market with tho opon
injr of the spring trade. Tho tract,
which adjoins Progress Heights, in the
southeastern part oi' the city, Eleventh
South and Eleventh East streets, lias
just been acquirod by the company.
When subdivided tho property will
compriso -100 lots, each having a sub
stantial depth, ranging from 125 feet
to 2S3 feet.
The southern end of tho tract ad
joins a bluff along Emigration canyon
creek. Extensive improvements are
plauncd for this section of the tract.
An attractive driveway will follow the
bluff around for tho full distance of the
property. Entrance to tho rear of these
lots will be through an alloy leading off
Fifteenth East streot.
Other improvements are plannod for
the tract. City water and lighting will
be extended to the tract. Cement side
walks will be laid throughout. A beau
iful parking system has also beon laid
out or tho tract. Ab soon as the frost
is ouf, of tho ground, men aud teams
will be placed on the ground to bogin
tho Kradinc work. A buildiug restric
tion of 62000 will be maintained with
in the limits of tho tract.
To Build a Homo.
William .T. Smith has purchased a lot 1
from Georpe M. Cannon at Bryan ave
nuo and Fifteenth East street, where
he will build a $5000 Tosidence. Mr.
Cannon made several sales of proporty
on Emerson Heights during the week.
people all express tho desire to get
back to their native state, as thoy aro
unable to find equally favorable con
dition&, such as climate, soil and mar
Although the season of tho year is
somewhat inclement for disposing of
farms, tho National Savings & Trust
company reports' that novcr oeforo dur
ing this time of year has it had a
more lively response to advertisements.
w ' ;
Here's your opportunity
IL . 4 ' A place of your own
BIB At Homefield Acres
tUl Gky an- country home all in Here you will have graded
'BfKPwH one' --way from the city streets, broad cement sidewalks,
BSf smoke and noise, yet only a few rhade trees, abundance of irri-
TBllfipy minutes ' car ride from business gating water. Best garden land
JB center. Excellent ear service, in Salt Lake valley.
m will choice half-acre is yours for only .
Jmli 1 1) .; $13 to $15 cash. Pay a like amount
wmJjwj ecn nionth. Prices from .$640 to!,.,,
wll III Kaise your own fresh vegeta- This fertile soil has produced
Willi es TEDtS YEAR. Have your wonderful crops for fourteen
mllm own cnicens an(i poultry. Your years. It will do the same for
Will spare time work will give 3rou you. It is all plowed, ready for
mill Jin independent living. The seeding. Spring is not far off. J
J mil pure country air will give health
11 to your family. Butyou must do your part
jMf A few large lots 50 feet This land is going fast. Get
' frontage by 165 to 300 feet deep yours now. Our autos will take
-or 0TY and up. $6 a you out. Telephone for appoint-
Phones Wasatch 3992 and 6392.
ft 'Kimball & Richards
Merchants Are Clearing the
Shelves of Winter
GOOD TRADE IN MUSLIN
Early Easter Will, -Say Mer
chants, Stimulate Early
Dcspito tho fact that tho week just
closed lias been a betwecn-tho-aeasons
period, merchants in general have no
cause for complaint as to tho volume of
business. In fact, trade has been a lit
tle hotter than -was expected. The big
department stores and other houses
dealing in similar linos havo continued
thoir special sales and tho results have
beon more than satisfactory. These
houses roport a big run on suinmor mus
lin wear, a fact that will striko the
uninitiated as peculiar, owing to tho
weather conditions. Merchants say,
however, that they always havo a
heavy run on this kind of goods in
January. One of the principal reasons
is that tho prices aro reducod at this
time of year and that buyers are tak
ing abundant advantage of that perti
Prepare for Spring.
lror the pust few weeks all the big
stores havo been making a general
cleanup, preparatory to laying in thoir
spring stocks and a number of buyers
will leavo for tho east today to make
thoir selections for tho ensuing season.
They will llrst go to New York city
and will thon visit tho factories and
mills in the Now England states and
other points adjacent to New York.
While there has bcu a heavy trado
in muslin underwear, there also has
been a demand for winter goods, the
weather of the past week contributing
in a marked . degree in theso lines.
Again tho prices on winter goods have
boon greatly reduced and this has been
taken advantage of, as usual, by tho
Easter Comes Early.
Tho outlook for spring trade is ex
ceedingly good at this time. Easter
comeB earhor than usual this year and
the millinory linns aro bestirring them
selves to nil their shelves with the
protty things that will interest tho
women. Many millinery buyers are
now in the east laying in their stocks.
Furniture stores roport that business
is fair, but by no moans as brisk as will
be experienced soon. Housekeepers aro
uow engaged in repairs and renovating
and the furniture dealers will Toap
their harvest a little later. Just now
tho docorators and wallpapor men are
tho ones who are being rushed.
Manv nf tho clothintr stores havo
continued their special cut salos on
thoir various lines and thoy report sat
ITardvaro dealers roport that business
is fair but the rush will come when
tho spring gardening season opens a
' few weeks later.
Collections are reported good and
money appearn to be plentiful.
FINDS ACTIVE DEMAND
Inquiry for property on South Main
and South Slato streets was brisk dur
ing the week, as a result of tho roport
that tho new lntomrban station will be
built on Wain f.'treet between Fourth and
"Fifth South Btrecla, nccordlnp: to O. F.
Peterson of the Peterson Real ICstate &
Investment company. The establishment
of tho station at that point, In tho opin
ion of Mr. Peterson, will bo a bg boost
for tho lower end of tho business dis
trict. While no oalcs ar.e reported, tho
demand for propnrty In thin locality Is
brisk and scvoral deals may bo closed
before many weeks havo elapsed.
"The demand for building lots In tho
southeastern part of the city," dcclaroa
Mr. Peterson, "la picking up. A Tow
sales aro bclns made, with Indications
that tho coming: of Bpring will mark an
active period for this section. Tho .creat
or part of the lots aro being: purchased
by worklnRinen, who lntond to build
homes durlnj? the comlni? summer."
The Potorson company has secured a
largo tract of land west of Main stroot
on Twelfth South street. As soon aa tho
weather permits this will be divided Into
half-acre lots. It will be offered for sale
to persons desiring a location where
thoy can have a small gardon or chicken
TO HAVE NEW HOME
The "pcttilyon Homo Builders company
Ib busily ongagod making preparations to
movo Into now quarters at 323' South
Main street. A. force of carpenters has
been at work all week making the needed
alterations at the now location. For the
past two years tho Bettllyon company
has had offices on the ground floor of the
Judge building. Tho firm will movo Into
tho new home on Fobruary 1.
Tho following sales wore made by the
Bntlllvon company during the past week:
Selma McGlllls sold to Harry Chamber
lain the beautiful new six-room bungalow
recently built by Charles McGlllls at 1431
South Tenth East street; consideration,
$1200. Sold to T. F. Sharpley a five
room modern bungalow on Capitol ave
nue; consideration. ?1500. .
T. "B. GaddlH, who has recently taken
charge of the business opportunities and
farm sales department, reports Inquiries
for hotels and business locations excep
OUTLOOK FOR SPRING
BUSINESS IS GOOD
J. L, Sampson of the Hubbard Invest
ment company expresses himself as
htghlv pleased with the real estate out
look "for tho coming spring. During the
week tho Inquiry has Increased, and scv
oral sales havo been recorded by tho
Sales reported by the company this
week follow: 13. G. Eohmltt, flvo-room
modern brick cottage. Bueno avenue; J.
H. Mayo, threo building lota, Arlington
Heights; Joseph L. Remmert, four build
ing lots In Oakley Parle,
NEW COMPANY WILL
AID HOME BUILDERS
With the formal opening of Us offices
at FUlte S13. Walker Bank building, this
week, tho T'nlted Home Builders company
reports substantial progress In tho work
the concern iias planned In tho co-oper-atlve
building of homes In Salt Lake. Tho
Idea Is now locally and Is ono that han
been tried with eaiccess tn Los Anghles.
San Francisco, St. Louis and other
P In the Same Old Rut I
'A Yes, Jones pay8 me $25 a month Tent. k
B Still in the same old rati "Why doesn't he buy a home?
A Not exactly the same old rat. He has increased the value
of my property wonderfully by improving it. V
B Say, what have you done with the $4500 rent money col- A1 V
lected from him during the past fifteen years? 1
A Bought another house. I get $25 a month for it too. mm
B But why didn't Jones buy a home for himself with that HKhH
A "We-l-l, you-u see, he is getting along nicely, and feels very VmM
much like he owns the place any way. I am an easy master, and fl
have increased his rent only once, which became necessary o'n ac- i may be crary, but my H
count of the advance in; the value" of my property. crazier show Jone3 t0 be 1
MR. READER, LET US BUILD YOU A HOME. We guarantee first class work at I
reasonable prices. Contracts taken for cash or on our easy payment plan. COME TO SEE mm
US and investigate our methods of home building.
We will move into our new jfaaftifaiim HOME BUILDERS CO., '
office at 323 Main Street, on ffJUUXW 10 and 12 East Broadwy
February lBt. 400mWmmmmmr Salt Lake City, Utah. H
. ' ' " ' ' IIIH
Salt Lake today offers the greatest op
portunity of any city In the entlro west
for a homo-bulldlnpr company operating
nlonfr lines wo havo Inaugurated," de
clared V. IL Rlchey. gcnoral manager of
tho new concern, yesterday. "Bait Lake
real estate makes an Investment at pres
ent that cannot bo duplicated west of the
Missouri rlvor and this, of course, Is the
basis of tbe prosperity of a home-bulld-lng
company as well as tho prosperity of
those for whom homes aro built.
"There aro many Inquiries at present
concerning tho erection of homes and I
find the trend of theso Inquiries runs to
homoB of tho moro substantial order."
New Quarters Chosen,
Before February 1 tho N. W. Clayton
company, real eetato and insnranoe
agents, will move from 113 South. Main
street to tho fifth floor of the Vermont
bulldinjr. .The company will occupy of
fices with, the Clayton Investmont com
pany and Inland Crystal Salt oompany.
Mines Are Flooded.
HAUTE. Ind., Jan. 25. BVur
hundred and fifty minors ara Idle in tho
Clinton coal fields on account of tho high
waters. Mine trains havo been aban
doned and tho men will ha Idle until the
water subsides. The gTeat coal fleld3
west of hero aro covered with water and
men employed In the large mines face
constant danger of a caveln.
Also Called Tetter, Salt Rheum, Pruri
tus, Mllk-Cruat, Weeplnn Skin, Etc.
ECZEMA CAN BE CURED TO STAY.
and when T say cured, I mean Just what
I say C-U-R-E-D, and not merely
patched up for a while, to return worse
than before. Remember, I make this
broad statement after putting 12 years
of mv time on this one disease and han
dling In tho meantime nearly half of a
million cases of this dreadful disease.
Now, I do not caro what all you havn
used, nor how many doctors have told
you that you could not be cured all I ask
Is Just a chanco to show you that 1
know what T am talking about. If you
will wrlto mo TODAY, I will send you a
FREE TRIAL of mv mild, soothing, guar
anteed treatment that will convince you
more In a day than I or anyono else
could In a month's time. If you aro dis
gusted and discouraged. Just give mo
a chance to prove my claims. By
writing me today you will enjoy
morc real comfort than you had ever
thought this world holds for you. Just
try It and you will 3co I am tclllncr you
tho truth. j
Dr. J. E. Cnnnaday, 33 Court Block,
References: Third National Bank, Se
Could you do a better act than to send
this notice to some poor sufferer of Ec
FARMERS AND I
"THE PEOPLE'S BANK"
Now open for business in its
temporary quarters, 24 East
1st. So. Commercial and
Savings Accounts solicited,
d per cent interest paid on
Safe Deposit N
Are you yot a possessor of a
box in our safe deposit vault?
Remember, It only" coats $1.60
a year, and it gives you abso-
uvca protection iur ywur valu
I UNITED HOME BUILDERS 00. I I
H With offices at 813 Walker Bank building, has B
H been organized to build homes in Salt Lake on a 1 JmM
H co-oporative and most profitable plan. The com- I
IH pany's capital stock affords an opportunity Tor I mm
H a conservative, productive and absolutely safe- H
H guarded investment the equal of which has not H
H been available here in many years. 9
"SAVING AND WESTING", is a booklet is- H H
H sued and mailed free by the company, explaining H
H in full the plan and its profit-possibilities. H
R IT WILL PAY YOU. H
Telephone Patrons H
Rates on extension tele
phones are reduced, effeo
tive January 1st. We will
install another telephone
on your line in your home
for 50 cents a month, ex
cept on four-party lines.
MOUNTAIN STATES H
& TELEGRAPH V
G. C. Campbell, Dist. Mgr.
.Call Wasatch l
;t Contract Department.
A69ESSMENT NO. 4.
O. K. Silver MlnlnK & Milliner company,
principal place of buttlneas, Salt LaJto
City, Utah; location of mines. Indian
Springs, Tooolo county, Utah.
Notice la hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho board of directors of tho O. K.
Silver Mining & Milliner company, held
on tho 23rd day of December. 1912, on
eesBment No. i of one-quarter (J) cent
per sharo was levied upon the capital
stock of the corporation. Issued and out
standing, payabla immediately to tho Bo
rotary at his office, 1285 Beck street, I
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which thla anse&amnnt IB
may remain unpaid on Thursday, the 20th H
day of January. 1913. will bn delinquent H
and advortlsed for sale at public auction. H
and unless payment Is made before, will H
be pold on Thursday, the 20th day pi mmm
February. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. in., at the B
company's office, to pay the delinquent H
aoaossment thereon, together with the H
coots of advertising and expense of sals. H
R. M. HOLT. Secretary- H
First publication. December 29, 1912- H