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p- - THE SALT LAKE TRIB.UNK, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1913. 3 H
P SHEEP NOTED
8 In Demand by Wool Con
sumers and Connoisseurs
of (lie Cuisine.
I I 515,000,000 INDUSTRY
fetter of W.-M. Child & Co.
I I Deals Thoroughly With
jjf This Subject.
' ftTtahnr may not appreciate the fact
, fiat Utah sheep are in demand over the
J ountry not only on account of their cx
' iellBnt wool and meat qualities, but for
friproving: the breeds elsewhere, and that
' 16,000,000 Ib Invested in Utah In the
ieep industry', but that such Is the case
., vouched for bv AV. H. Child &: Co. In
' jielr weekly "Know Utah" letter. This
itter enters Into the local cheep-raising
jdustry thorourhly. and It Is teeming
' ith facta and fisuren that stick
bout G5f',ino sheep are In Utah, flvo
jeep for eah citizen of the slate. Fully
' W0 woolgrowers ar In the Gtato and
rCH men are employed In tho Industry,
i deserts of tho stato afford more for
ro for the flocks than is produced by all
I id cultivated alfalfa fields of tho state,
1 ith the government and tho stato leas
F g forest reserves and state lands to the
J rners of herds for grazing purposes.
jrerage Wool Produced.
ptah sheep average from six to cisht
Mtunds of wool at each shearing:. On
an will shear fifty animals dally, for
hlch he receives 7 to 9 cents per head,
he avorape value of the groase or un
Eeaned wool produced In the state In
l2 was estimated . at 15s cents per
IJfttind. From Utah In 1012 were shipped
lHotal of 1S,279,516 pounds of wool, while
Worn 300,000 to 350,000 pounds were used
AWlthis state for manufacturing purposes.
wWfe 1912 wool crop of Utah was valued
Ij52.000.000, which wa $200,000 less than
lt mutton crop.
ljptah sheepmen no longer Import fine
uQBjlmala from abroad for breeding pur
ME. On the contrary, they export the
tnwer breeds all over tho country, and
euuy receive from 525 to $25 per head for
Hi animals. The owners following the
fcedlnp Industry reap from SO to 50 per
Mftt profit on Xh capital invested an-
t Kperior in Quality.
I'Shs letter points out that Innumerable
HHjcles are, mcda hero In Utah out of
MWi wool and It la a higher-grade raw
HIBtflrtai than that employed so gencr
wlm In the eaat, owing to tho absolute
f Pence of shoddy or extract. To com
te" with the Inferior eastern manu
' gyred article, tho Utah fabricator
met depend upon the superior wearing
Pities of his good3, and hie success in
m tteastern markets Is demonstrated by
Mjfextent of business In hand being in
Bgfis of the manufacturing capacity of
plants within the state.
Mraper, Utah, la the homo of tho first
lllp Bheep of the United Slates, this
v Wpctlon ha-ing been gained bv the
AUen flocks of that town To the
.-' Ifeols of Utah go over 519,000 annu
, '.Mtr sheep-grazing privileges, while
iMlBJf16 United states government In 1311
Mtsnni of SI0S.291 was paid for forest
nj$rBTe graslng privileges.
Btton in a Year.
j, lamb. ea.ys the letter, becomes a
t?n a the E of on- 'ear, if the
M'lyner Is honest. In northern Utah a
Vw s deemed table perfect at the ten-
Kge of four months, but In the south-m'P3-1-
' tUo ftate It matures more
a WP-y and has a better chance of sur
wMn to e mutton Etage. When the
Wrywr-oId otago is reached by Mrs.
and her daughters, their teeth be
WK? 100 Por 'or further ucefulne.13 as
aad they are theroupon sacrificed
-jKv16 tabic before It Ib too late.
iliil THIRTJEEN MEMBERS
CoJlett, secretary of the Manu
JQrerfl AB3ctatlon of Utah, said yes
. .tcat four new members had been
& 11 W1. to asuoclatlon in addition lo
fknlne during tho firot Eham b&Heball
mtimfc T!?e rJn during the gamo
WJenhaner Bottling vorics, Utah
Cement Pipe company, A. Bern
aB Cigar company. "Western Optical
1 1 MP&'ny, Halt T-ake Boz company, Arca
pPJJPany. Granite Planing Mill com
M&Uta.h Power & Light company, and
iwatern Barber Supply company, all
Lake City. The other four re
iVa are Gabh&rt Broom company of
JimXi. multicolor Printing company ot
---clty, Salt Lake Valley Canning com-
M of Ogtlen and tho American Keen
"'Wtnt company of Sigimi, Utnh.
VM BEGINS BUSINESS
tl0 flHpiier printing establishment, the
itiiB?0 01' ,Printine company, has been
newWP: to &alt Lake's list of active in
mBB' For several weeks tho new
. OwM?"15'' "n'hlch ls composod entirely of
iBe??on' 1,aa natI a force of men equlp
t 5,ant' at ,I5afit irurth South
iBne15' prcos, built especially for the
CaMSBi34 '-'ompany, runs two colors at
iB-fK?"" ls ca"able of turning out 6000
vJBheetH, or 50,000 letterheads per hour
f?ald to be tho only press 01 its kind
.jB11' Omaha and ft'an Francisco. Tho
lx$3 ygqoncern hag also taken over the
Salt Laker's Son Takes
.Pictures at Gatun Spillway
of the civil engineers in the
Panama canal zone is H. A. Ap
pel, son of J. K, Appel of Salt Lake
City. He is at present stationed at
Gatun, the town Dear the gigantic dam
The larger photograph herewith pre
sented shows tho enormou3 spillway on
which ZIt. Appel is working. The ar
rows point to the dam. The mau in
the picture looks big "because he was
near the camerff which Mr. Appel used
in taking the photograph. The sice of
the spillway can be understood when
it is slated that a number o persons
are on top of the trestle marked with
an arrow, but appear as mere speck3 in
The smaller picture shows one of the
canal encineera with a cocoanut on his
NBW TRACT OPEN
ON SOUTH STATE
Kimball & Richards Offer More
Land in Southgale
With the early completion of a fine
modern school house on State street be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth South
streets. tha.t section lying Just beyond
the city limits will como Into Its own.
A abort time ago most of this district
was wholly undeveloped. Today it ls
built up with substantial homes. The
county authorities hav Improved the
district with excellent roads, and the
street car company, operating a double
line of tracks, has flnlsh&d its ro4bed
with macadam, making .n xceUent
automobile drive. Residents in the lo
cality ere rejoicing over the oompletlca
of tha new school building.
KiuabcB & Richards, htnd sterohaart,
started to operate in State street prop
erties a. few years ago and today much
of the property facing this highway, on
both sides of the street, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth South streets, ha been
subdivided. The most recent tract to bo
improved and placed on the market was
Southgato Park, plat A, which was sold
out last spring. So popular did this
Iiroperty. provo that tho company has
ust added another five-acre tract to
Soulhgate Park and this Is now being of
fered to tho public. The entire district
has been improved with an excellent
drainage 3y5tom, cement sidowalkn, shade
treee. telephones, electric lights and
other modern improvements.
Two Killed, by Snovrslido,
GRAND LAKE. Colo.. Jan. 26. An
drew Cushner of Fort Collins and Thom
as Dunn of Denver are believed to have
been killed by a snowalide yesterday
twenty miles north of here. Word of the
slide was received here today. The men
had been prospecting in that vicinity
and were living in a. cabin, No trace of
them has been found.
LOCTCPORT. N. Y., Jan. 25. One man
was killed and twenty persons seriously
injured in a collision between a trolley
passenger train and a freight on the In
ternational railway here today. The In
jured are all members of the Lockport
aerie of the Fratomal Order of Eagles,
who were returning from a lodge enter
tainment in Buffalo laat night.
Priest Goes to California.
Tho Rev. 13. J. Power of St. Mary's
cathedral, who has been In III health for
some time, has gone to California, bo
llevlng the change may be of benefit. He
will reluin to Salt Lake the latter part
business of the Acorn Printing company. I
The new concern was organized aomc
time ago by F. Clare Smith. R. W. Smith.
N. Y. Schofleld, J. Fowson Smith and J.
If. Smith, all of Salt Lake.
Brigks Disease J
-RnMt "elect fc -vou W your- I
ifKR SrwSw self open t0 Briht'8 dis- i
l9b jt& 1 SPwili ease e kneys frm 1
' '''fimV0MMMSi which few recover. Not all
trasH Wt I JfBl j!3ifpP cases of kidney disease turn to ,
f""$mi ! ljFTTEfs S fSl Bnnt,s disease, if neglected !
fpVfl f f Mi t Bright a disease is so secret in j
5 ytMpPHULj'1 n&igta5teaa fa development, however, that ,
'wany do not know they suffer from it until it has taken ".
ajplaraer's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy ;
-.B5X l,rove 80 effective daring the past 35 .years in checking
'ViJiv th3 jnaidioua advances of kidney diseases that there ia no i
nWt$EuM reason 'why anyone suffering from even slight kidney
10 p (Hflkftlagl trouble shoo Id take any chances. Begin taking thin great
.'''Ke&mSI remey to-day, as directed. mgsamasmcBasmBssamm
P1' fiave yn bom VHXy W BACH FOB A PURPOSE
nvJ kH'H-IKB 9 seriooB con aeon en ces. I 1 KHncr and tSmr Rcmed?
:b'' j HBK 11 v 2 Bhciiinnttc Rctncdr
-..'Wm Dtm 1 "Cannot Praise It Too Kighly" h 3-rebt Remedy
.' 'H H t 1 , . , . , S 4- Aelhmo Remedy f
(1-B3hJ I vos adncsd tojtivflVnrncr Sui4 5-Nrruin '
Q"r "'Ke'H TU-mcrfy a trial. 1 foanrf it no effectivo I K..p!ii- rConrttpctJoiA j
""HEriH tht ia two months 1 was n vcll Ean. S " " lm!l,!'D"' L.fm, 1
m ctfKBfutUl rOpia who Buffer from kidney and I tho number of tcrnvdy dvrod to R
y . H hVer trouble." Lu C FiaS. Sucsnsare, H Wwner' Safe RemcdJe Co, ffl
..'''"HMMI HoteChlcaao. PL PeyL 33. Rodwtw.H.Y. ,
Salt Lake Statistics
William. McEwan, 1S9C South. Tenth
Han3 Andreason, 157 Paxton avenue,
P. A. Hanks. St. Marks hospital, boy.
Robert Tonge. 631 South Twelfth "West,
Lewis T. Cannon. 415 South Thirteenth
Charles T. Ashley, 85 Genesee avenue,
Glrollmo Fcracco, 535 South Eleventh
Frederick O. Blecherd, 461 Sixth av
"Walter Cowling, 1050 Denver street,
Fred Ba.umann, 260 North Eljrhth W.cst,
Orson T. Truelsen. 1008 Lake street,
John Williams. 915 Washington street,
I Milton Rldgee. 51 Church street, girl.
Rudolph Moellor, 518 South State street,
Harry T. Coleman, 2S7 Kensington
Leslie A. White, 34S East Fifth South,
Clayton L. Haines, chronic Interstitial
nophritls. Alta club. Januarj- 22. 191S.
Ilynim Olson, unhnown but natural,
emergency hospital, January 14, 1913.
Bertha Y. Brown, status epllepticus,
1053 West Second South, January 24.
I Elbert Soper, chronic nephritis. 232
West Fifth North, January 22. 1013.
Andrew Twlngren, mitral insufficiency.
310 East Eighth South, January 21, 1S13.
WUhelmlna Erichson. uremic coma. 533
Norlh Main. January 23, 1013.
Margaret Nalsbltt. meningitis, r.73
j Eighth avenue, January 23. 1913.
A. H. Smith, apoplexy, American bar,
, January IS, 1913.
Etta Turner, lobar pneumonia. Holy
Cross hospital, January 22. 1913.
Frank Baer, fractured skull, emergency
hospital, January 24. 1013.
Tony Mlokor, Angclo Svcte, Midvale.
Alma J. Strong. Solma D. Olscn, Salt
Nicholas Eyhower. Bertha. Steinkc. Salt
Eeal Estate Transfers.
Marian A. M. Cannon to John
Pancke, lots lfi and 17, block 5,
Em arson Heights $ 450
Meyer E. Haas to Alonzo H. Wor
then, lots 3, 4, and 0. block 1,
Park place 10
A. Fred Wey .nd wife to Utah
Savings & Trust company, part
of lot 3, block 6S, plat A 1
Sidney E. Mulcock. lo Bortha K.
STienn, lot 16, block 5, Evergreen
Bertha Bishop to Edwin Evans.
part of section 12, township 2
south, range 1 vct 100
Charles A. Smurthwalte lo the
Chancellor Mills company, lot
7, five-acre plat A 10
Stato of Utah to Lctty Allgood,
part of section 14, township 2
south, range went , 150
Letty AUgood to Louis J. Rushton.
part of section 14, township 2
v south, range 2 west S0O
Utah Soap company to Mnry B.
Bruff. port of lot 1, block lit',
plat A , . . . , j
Joseph A. Silver to Utah Oil Refin
ing company, part of lots 1 and
2. and olhers. block 14, Tako
View subdivision S.000
Oavld H. Gordon to N". M. Long
company, lot 30 and olhers. block
1. Gordon South Lawn j
Edwin Q. Cannon to Lowlc T. Can
non, part of Mcctlon 11, town
ship 1 south, range 1 west. ..... 475
Theodore McKean to Jane L. Mc
ICeun. part of section Si. town
ship 1 north, range 1 west 10
Thoodoro McKean to Robert C.
Newson, lots J7 and 18. block 2,
Oakley subdivision j
Rchucca L. Hughe?., to P. y, Petpiv
non. part of lot 3, block C9. plat
Andrew Wnhlqnlst to Guy R. Read
ing, part of section 13. township
2 south, range 1 w.est igo
UNWRITTEN LAW IS
DEFENSE OF WOMAN
By International N0W3 Service.
TALOGA. Okla.. Jan. 25. -Mrs. Ola
Blrzell, wife of Leo Blzzell, n. farmer
living near Leedy. in Dowoy counly, will
plead the unwritten law for shooting and
InHtantly killing John Goodspeed of
Leedy last night. GoodHpoed. although
having a wife and several children at
ij'.'cdr, eloped with Esther Blzzell. aged
20. dauhtr of Mrs. Ola Blas-Ml. They
wer caught in Mortons, and brought
back to Oklaho'na. Rcoonll Goodfa'pi'cil
IkII.(1 On; Hhw II honif- mid lift wum iii
slcllng on anting tho girl last night vhn
he was shot and klllod hy the glrl'a
mother. Both Blzzell and his wife ran
for tho shotgun, but she beat him lo It.
Goodspeed had a revolvor In hlo pockoe
and ! nld to hAve attempted to drAW It.
SYRUP OF FIGS IS
BESTJi II CHfLO
Lf Its Little Tongue Is
Coated, Breath Feverish,
Stomach Sour and Bowels
Every mother immediately realizes
after giving hor child delicious rtyrup
of Figs that this is tbo ideal laxativo
and pli3-eio for thfs children. Tooth
ing clso regulatos tho little one's
stomach, liver and 'AO feet of tender
bowels so promptly, besides they dear
ly iovo itg delightful lig taste.
If your child isn't feeling Troll,
rcstiug nicely, eating regularly ana
acting naturally it is a euro sign that
its littlo insides need a gentle, thor
ough cleansing at once.
When cross. irritable, feverish,
stomach sour, breath bad or vour littlo
oue lias Ftoniaohaolie. diarrhoea, sore
throat, full of cold, tongue 'iatod. eiyc
a feaspoonful o Syrup of l7igs and in
a fow hours all the foul, constipated,
clogged up waste, undigested food, and
sour bilo will gently move on and out
of it3 little bowels without nausea,
griping or weakness, and you ."ill
purely have a well, happy and smiling
child again shortly.
With' Syrup of Figs you arc not
drugging your children, being com
posed cniirely of luscious fi". senna
and aromaliCE, it cannot bo harmttu.
Jfothors should Mlwavs keep Syrup
of Figs handy. It is the only stom
ach, liver and bowel cleanser and reg
ulator needed a littlo given today
will save a sick child tomorrow.
Full directions for childron of all
ages and grownups plainly printed on
Ask your druggist 'for the full name,
"Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna,'
nrcparod by the California Fig Syrup
Co. This is the delicious tasting, gen
uine old reliable. Refuse anything else
offered. ( Advertisement.)
I WEATHER FORECAST. I
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City and
the state of Utah Local: Fair Sunday
ana" Monday. 1
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City. January 25. 1913:
Highest temperature today was 43 de
grees; highest in this month since 1S74
was 60 degrees; lowest Jast night was
2S degrees; lowest this month sjnee 1S74
was 20 degroes below zero; mean temper
ature for today was 3C degrees; normal
was 29 degrees', accumulated deficiency
since tho first of tho month le 69 de
grees. Relative humidity at S a. m. today was
56 per cent; relative humidity at 6 p. m.
today was 55 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-tour
hours ending at 6 p. m. was none; total
for this month to date is .77 of an inch;
accumulated deficiency lor this month to-date-
is .73 of an Inch; total precipita
tion since January 1 to date is .77 of
Stations.. Ei w" r
v rz o
H : 1 p 3
SALT ' LAKE" iO i2 25 .00
Bolso S3 46 23 ,00
Cheyenne 3S 44 34 .00
Chicago 40 44 HO .00
Denver 50 56 34 .00
Des Moines 32 .. ..
Dodge City 50 64 2-2 .00
Duluth 24 24 4 .04
Durango . 84 4-2 101 .00
Grand Junction 26 S3 4' .00
HavM 3S' 40 34 .04
Helena 40' 46 .00
Huron 50 DC 22 .00
Jacksonville 72 7$ C6 .01
Kansas City 43 56 34 .00
Lander 4 6 54 22 . 00
Los Angeles 66 72 50 .00
Modena 46 48 12 .00
Monrhead 23 28 0 .06
New Orleann 62 64 62 -02
Now York 4 50 38 .10
North Platte -to 53 24 .00
Phoenix 66 6S 34 .00
Pocatello 1 25
Portland. Or. ....St.... 50 52 46 .01
Rp.pld City 40! 54 S2 .00
Roseburg 52 52 36! .00
San Diego 00 6S 46: .00
St. Louis 54 6SI 24 J .00
San Francisco 56 62 46 .00
Seattle 46 4S 46 .25
Sheridan 42 54 26 .10
Spokane . 40 44 3S .00
Tonopah 42 46 32 ,00
Wllllston 34 40 S .IS
Winnemucca. 42 CO 22 .00
WASHINGTON. Jen. 25. Captain
Oliver R. M. Hazzard. Ninth cavalry, is
relieved from assignment to that regiment
and attached to the Tenth cavalry.
First Lieutenant David P. Wood. Six
teenth infantry, is detailed for general
recruiting service and will proceed to
Fort McDowell for duty, relieving First
Lieutenant Arthur G. Fisher, cavalry.
The namo of First Lieutenant Joseph
D. Park, Fourteenth cavalry, is placed on
the list of detached offlcerc and the name
of First Lieutenant Arthur G. Flshor,
cavalry, is assigned to the Fourteenth
2 Tired Feet With But
3 Single Tbought-TIZ-
For Aching, Blistered, Bunioned
ChaXed, Tired, Sweaty Feet
Send for a Free Trial Packaao Quick.
. Ton needn't rubbor lo neo fooL mis
ery; It n forced to your attention every
day. But there inn t au much of It is
'an tbero used to be. T1Z has educated
us to foot comfort. TIS5 workc on a new
principle gos into the sweat glnndH pf
tho foot, forcoa them to exudo all those
acids mid polsono that cause foot trou
bles. TIZ aoftwns wiib, calluses and
bunions, they Khrlnk nnd fade away.
Foot Pains cease at ynce. Thr 1 noth
ing else known absolutely nothing clso
to tako the pliico or TT foot butVi,
Gt a V fcin box" fivm iinv dnuc (Jtuinv
department or gen-vaj More, tn K -nu
want to prove it, write toclnv to U'nltfr
Luthor DodgM ,t Co., 1223 S, Wabash ae.
Chicago, 111., for a free trial package of
TIZ, One TIZ foot bath and your foot
will never want anything lut TIZ.
CA drer M Msiiat)
Roosevelt Waterworks company of
Roosovelt. Utah: capital stock. $15,000.
shares Sio each; J. H. Hardy, president:
P. S Hansen, vice president; R. S. Col
lett, eecretary and treasurer.
To Boclaim Broad Tract,
The Colorado Park Irrigation company,
operating in Lhe astern part of Uintah
county, lia: fil an application in tho
state cnglncor'fl office for a right to
thirty second feot of water from the
Uintah river, to bo used for irrigation
between March 1 and November 1. The
company plans to put more of their hold
ings under cultivation. This amount of
water will Irrigate between 2000 and
200 acres. The company holds about
77S6 acres In that vicinity. Much of It
belongs to private parties who are stock
holders In the Irrigation company.
Owes $14,997, Has Little.
Two voluntary petitions in bankruptcy
were received In the United States dis
trict court yesterday. John R, Browning
?.fur&!? dty fllefl a- Petition, giving his.
liabilities as 514.997.1S and hie assets as
J325, all of which ho claims are in prop
erty exempt by law. Harry N. Ball, a
local painter, also asked to bo declared
bankrupt. Ho scheduled assets amount
ing to ?1000 and liabilities totaling
I Will Stag Minstrel Show.
The Utah Comedy company, under tho
alrectlon of Messrs. Washington and
Steele, has arranged to stage an all'-sta.r
I minstrel production In Salt Lake In the
near future. The compa.ny includes In its
ranrfs good comedians and a number of
Park City Ore Shipments.
Special to Trfe Tribune.
PARK CITT. Jan. 2o. Oro shipments
for the week, in pounds, wer as follows:
Silver King 1,698.760
Daly West 1,11550
American Flap $5,000
Sliver Ring Consolidated 17,000
Pe-ruea for Rheumatism I
S, B. HARTMAN. M. D. Tt is easX for mc
Columbus, Ohio. c0 however,
could be used as a remedy for rheuma
tism with very excellent Tesults.
Acid Stomach Makes Ehetunatlsni.
The trouble is first, with digestion, j
Tho digestive organs have not douc
their work properly. Or if they have
the appropriative organs arc sluggish.
Or the excretory organs. Xow. what 1
should do is to give Pe-rii-na iu these
First, 'because Pe-ni-na will certaiuly
stimulate digestion, sharpeu the appe
tite, increase the relish of food.
Second, Pe-ru-na will quicken the
circulation of blood, I hereby making
appropriation better. Thp food aflcr
it is digested must bp taken up by Iho
glands and carried to the tissues where
il is needed.
Third, Pe-ru-na will stimulate lhe
excretory functions, tho kidneys, the
solitary glands, and CFc liver, aa well
as the bowels.
Fourth, should there be a catarrhal
condition of the stomach or bowels IH
rheumatism is almost inevitable. A t
mucous membrane affected by catarrh jH
cannot perform its functions properlv, lH
either, in furnishing the appropriate
digestive iuices or in absorbing the
product or digestion. Po-ru-ua. thorn
fore, is an' excellent remedy, as it tends
to remove tho catarrh and to produce
a normal condition of the mucous
Pe-ru-na Protects Against Rheumatism.
A remedy that will do theso things
docs protect the system against rhen
niatism. Even after the rheumatism
has begun it is helpful if not absolute
ly necessary that such a reined' be ta
ken, in order to prevent tho further ar
cumulation of the morbid materials IH
iu the blood.
This is the way I should treat Then
niatiam. I do not regard Pe-ru-na as
a specific for rheumatism. "Sot by any
means. T wcuild not call it a rheu IB
malic remedy. But it is a remedy for
digestion, assimilation and excretion.
Wheu these I'unetious are proper stim
ulated a regulated the cause of rheu
matisui i rumuved, and in this wav
much b'Ticfit is derived.
Should .1113 one afflicted with cbronu
rheumatism or acute rheumatism begin .
tbo use of Pc-rn-na, after they liava
talceu a bottle or so. if thej' wish they
can consult me.
Pe-ru-na, Maa-a-lin and Lacu-pia,
manufactured b- the Pe-ru-na company,
Columbus., Obio. Sold at all drug
stores. Ts'o. 11.
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LATAC EOK 1913.
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The Melodious Sweet Tone of the Middle Register . ' H
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The Brilliancy of the Treble '
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Tone Perfect Touch Exquisite Action Superlative. .
We Carry the Most Varied and Expensive Stock of
High Grade Pianos in the State.
I SHORES I All A Elfi iBrPS28 To 0ur Paints Is j Main Street I H
1 r,inr, I 1111 iff IlllraifM 1 WT Something No Other 1 over the
IHQsJ VUII WPftilMil I fela Dodor cn Givc You j
R TVeHako each case wltli the positive guarantee thnt wc are tho oldest reliable S?SS3 Sf! 1
g speclallsto practicing In the city that we have trcuted more casus than any uther jSdB W 1
g specialist, doctor or medical concern in the state that we havii cured more pa- SBS fl 1
1 tlents and published more tostlmonlals voluntarily given us than any other Jfcaaasjg&gr J H
E doctor that wo do business over our own names and you know who you arc deal- 9
Jng with that wo will not take an Incurable, case under promise of cure that :a ,8 1
our ratos are lower than others chargo for Inferior servtco and that -ic give v H 1
I a careful, painstaking examination and honest advice free, whether you tak n
K treatment or not. "With such a guaranlce to safeguard your interests backed VSSV&v JqEiSfe 9 1
1 by Drs Shores' personal reputation oa cltizenH and physicians, you do wronjr lo 7 tctt I
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K and Liver Diseases. Bladder Troubles. Heart Diseases. Rectal Diseases. Female w. I HwXwi
ft Compl.ilnt, Nervous Debility, Skin and Slood Diseasec, Asthma, Chronic Bron- H H
fi chlal and Lung Trouble, Sciatica. Rheumatism, Hay Fever, Varicose Veins, Ncu- a f I BwXwJ
ralgla, Hysteria. Deafness, Ear Diseases, Goitre, Epilepsy. La Grippe, etc., and f a- I SSvJ
all forms of Nervous and Chronic Diseases that are curable. ViZ H Bl
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i n a i titujK Assu ajiv you and beside?. Miiuianlee you lowr fees, eiialer tenna. absolute rellabllil-- ft
g OTHJ5R FSMALiIS TROU- and the srcutesl oxporlencc. and ;ou know who vou uro dealing with. Tou 11 j
5 BLISS nnd a quick dlagno- see Drb. Shores pproimlly. T ,T I IIH
I 6Ih of their trouble and T R E ATM E N T BLOOD POISON 'curIs 1 iH
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E tho hands of the Pamous are often cured In a few daya. Blood Poison and Lost Vitality tvleld au If bv M iiH
U en otaii.tn maj;lc In fact, nearly every known Chronic, Nervous and Private trouble illlH
opcciauoui. wU, be cure3 nov,. or i,3jf What you expect to pay and In halt the time for- iil
-1 HOME CURES BY MAIL low rates-easy payments. I
H ...n rra. Shores" hav alwayfl tried to make their rates so low that EIVERY- I
WRIT F If you Uv olrt ON13 COULD AFFORD THEIR TREATMENT and those who are unabl to
nmiu 0f town send spare the cah needed for treatment will be accominodatnA with easy pav- H
R for free symptom list, Con- ments to suit. Don't stay away lf you need our services on account of lack Ml J
Ja sultatlon free any disease. of money como In and ee how easy wc can make your terms, nnd how lit- Wj fl