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;1 THE SALT LAKIjrRJBtE, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 4, 1913. 11
pt to Stimulate Interest
(ion Pacific and Stand
v ard Oil Fails.
$ Utterances of Gover
, Wilson Act as a Check
,0 Waiting Buyers.
cy BEOADAN WALL,
.iflail News Service.
TORK.'Fef- 3.-Tho Investor.
IVaecroucdhog. sees a shadow
I -Jt.r market was errtitlo.
rjrSSilnB waa ulct. An at
t $ SSe w -timulato Interest
VL in Rock Island stocks, a
firSpM! lc and a flurry In the
''J: the dcclar.it on of a $40
SV h Bhar of the Standard
r, f New Jerfley. These Inol
r . were not effective and
tiffin largely left to the tender
ft Si room trader, who. though
JjVoUnd his aliort position.
BSu difficult for a politician to
S taw that could curb activity
Ex,TYorktock exchange as much
f. rile utterances of Governor
1?. his effectively checked a
E fete on thft part of the Investor
2ii4 ne lefucs on what might
&worldercd an nttractlve basis
iL.MlltJ the market for many
follies tliftt are really at
Lfor the Best.
LSrtaltly for those who nwkn the
Ttttstnt of funds a business,
LhUU livelihood of any Immediate
ftrtbf better, nor can It be said
I lh tvb'lJhed cabinet of the prcsl
Rtf a renewal of confidence,
rriiae circumstances Wall street is
ifit tor "ffhlMllng to keen up hie
Jtft vita he expresses the hope
,'5 fcir'Jf revision will not niatorlully
V,i Ifciij'i lank statement proved a
At pinl and the news from
-yjmklftt: Ike week-end docs not help
, jjlMtroj iltuatlon. Paris reporls a
lrV3 ta f0'''' ln'3 rom a center
Mr.t are not poor, but frugal.
'.ilMfiCUr thy do not propose to lot
ifKla sitt.il slip from their grasp
jft1 Likc cily PeI,lc Testify to
jjU tH'ttcuh sleep :it night
fflitiHand pain3 of a bud back.
JM8 !a have t0 cci up from 1irj.
H:fcii4nf nro si fault
Kfforhin? ari'Lt with Doan 's
PT0f of thoir efficiency;
Boolb, 634 South Twelfth
bjMr< IiaC City. -Utah, says:
QjBjlpW' itatcmont I gave in 1906,
QrC Doan'8 Kidney Pills still
,CI "n(l 'iat t keeps mc
pJWM kidney trouble. There
aBAmtjt aCr0S Hc amall of my
UWWl.not rest well, r could
fM5 na without changing my po
JWT fcr? minutes and when I
ItKT-YP twiuRes darted through
SflB fcidncjr Pills, procured at
VaKrwn b Druu Store, went
NiE'5' ?' mv lroulle t once, and
Hh' ,z boforc r va3 "bio to
Ouft'?. ,0rt- Continued uso on-
A BLEW ID-V trohIe, improving
Bf00 5 every way.' '
fl Ke.u J' ,ech"inui)-Johnson "a Drug
fiR, Ve Cit-V' Ul. au" bv a
' Sr.V vCl ,5.0c', Foster-Miftum
Ifcl'85 Sle A"eDt9--0f
the name Doan's ond
and tlirir lack of confidence In Oi srn
era altuatlon iiufrs:etj the thought that
perhapH the aottleinent of tho HalJcan
difficulty will bring serious commercial
distress on tho continent. Viewing tho
situation ns a whole thcro is little In
ducement to encourage optimism in the
Immediate courno of prloen.
Steel common was under pressure, clos
ing with a I0S3 of ono point for tho day.
Rumors of labor troubles abound, not
withstanding tho recent Increases In
wages, with every Indication that orders
show fome falling off.
U P. Unchanged. j
Union Pacific closed unchanged after
fluctuating two poIntH. N'o details were
forthcoming regarding the Southern Pa
cific dissolution, although it Is felt there
will be a larger supply of Southern Pa
cific for trading purposes. That .some
Holllng has occurred In anticipation of
allotmentH Is Indicated by the drop In
the price to IOC. The shares closed fairly
steady at a loss of 8. .
American Can Is suffering scvoroly
from too much good news.- AlmoBt any
one can tell you that tho stock Is to be
placed on a. ! or 5 nor cent dividend basin
this week. Without questioning the cor
rectness of this prophecy. tho Insiders
who anticipated their dividend action
find a receding market In which to cash
Heading showed strength, which may
be attributed to reports of carnlngH for
the first half of the fiscal year. As tho
shares of this company have been closelv
manipulated the actlvltv need not bo
Time money was quotably firmer, but
offerings wore small. Another million
dollars In gold was withdrawn for export
late on Saturday and tho Paris demand
was apparently as strong today as It was
,, The atook market closed ragged with
llttlo sign of any Immediate improve
ment. OloBbig Stock List.
I Salcs.l H. 1 Li. ICls.
Amalg Cop 12.400 7.13 729 73
Amcr Agri 100 C39 533 S3
Amer Iteet Sugar .. 100 371 37 37J
Amer Can 3.400 433 AOi -102
do pfd i 3.S00 1279 12GJ 1209
Amer Car & Found 100 G3i .531 52
Amor Cot Oil 52
Amer Ice Sec 100 23J 2.'tj 23i
Amer Wnseed , 102
Amer Loco loot AOi ibl 392
Amer Smelt & Itef. 1.4001 74 735 731
do pfd toiia
Amer Sugar Ruf ... 400 117S 117llll74
Amer Tel & Tel ... 2.S00ll32i 1313'1313
Airier Tob C00I2S4 2S2 2S1
Ana Mln Co 1.100 38 370 378
Atchison 1.200J104 103 1039
lo pfd .1 1011
Atlantic Coast Ijlne ' 130
Bait & Ohio 200I102S 1023 1021
Beth S'teel 7001 IIP! 38i 33
Brook Rap Tr 5J00I fllE H0Q 01
Can ad Pacific 1,600.241 1289ZI2392
Central Leather I.. . .... 2S
Chcsa & Ohio I.... .... 759
Chi Great West I I.... ICR
Chi Mil & St Paul.. 1,300 114 I113A 113i
Chi & N W 200 137i'137i 13C4
Colo Fuel & Iron... S.300 411 3P1 304
Con Gas 300 138 11372 1379
Corn Products .' 2,600 151 141 1J9
Dola & Hud I 1C4
D & R G I 21J
do pfd 37Ji
Olst Sec 000 1SD 1SD 1S1
krlc 500 311 811 311
do lfit pfd 473
do 2nd nfd 38
General ISlec 200 1421 1421 1421
Great Nor pfd 1,000 1203 12S9 12S2
Great Nor Ore Ctfs 600 40 3S9 301
Til Central 400 12S 1283 12fi
Inter Met 2.000 193 182 1S9
do pfd 2.300 G5 C4 C3J
Inter HnrvoHtor .... 1,100 114 113 112
Inter Marine pfd !.... uu
Inter Paper S00l 12Ql 12 121
Inter Pump 151
K C Southern 100 2C1 2G1 2i
Laclede Can .J. . . J. . . . 103
Lehigh Valley 5,500!lC23 IMS 1G15
Lon & Nash 11391
Mill St P & S St M 100 1401 1401 140
Mo K & Tex 1 0,5.7
1. I?,cl1:L 200 41B -lia 411
Nat Biscuit iisj
Nat Lead li)0 521 - 525 52
Nat Rv Mex 2d pfd 231
S I "L 100 108 108M08
N Y Ont & West .. 100 312 31Z 313
Norf & Western ... 2.100 110Z 110 110
Norlh Amer go
Northern Pac 2.00011201 1191 119R
Pacific Mall 200 31 30 29
Penn 1.S00 1221 1213 1213
People's Gas iin
Pitts C C &. St Lou 101
Pitts Coal oij
Press Sluel Car ....I lOOl 333;' 3S3 331
Pull Pal Car 200llG2 llCIA 1611
Reading 51.8(i0llGfi9!lG5 1G5H
P.opub Iron & Steel 1,200 2S 271 271
,.d(J p.f(l X- ,00 33 85 SSI
Hock Isl Co I fl.GOOl 24R 233 24c
do pfd I 5,900 44 42 42
St Lou t S F 2d pfd 900 28 271 273
Sea Air Line I 100 201 20i 20
Sloss Shef S & I ... .., .14
Southern Pac 20,400 1072 100 10G3
Southern Ry 100 27 27 "7
do pfd 100 80 S01 SOJ
1 enn Coo 100 33B 338 33
Tex & Pacific 20
Union Pacific 24.200 1G23 IGOi JG03
,.lo nfd, 100 90 90 89
I. S Realty 734
i 1)0l't' 2.100 Gf.t "flSB CG
Li S Steel 52.400 G51 G33 C4
T do Pfd 300 109 10SB 108
I tah Copper 700 G43 54 5451
Va Caro Chem oX
Wabash 100 4 4 33
do pfd ' .".00 13 123 124
Western Md I fiOOl 44 4'M 43i
Western Union j 100 72 72 72
Westing Elcc I 5.200 73 725 72
Wheel & Lake Uriel !.... 7;
Total sales for tho day. 292,000 charts.
New York Bonds,
U S ref 2s rcg.,101 K C S rof 5s.. 9S1
do coupon .,..101 ?I9 vbj. xob; quv
do Cs reg ....1021? 0t 'fiS VZ l31S S fl
do coupon ....1021 'Jti sj- jojjsr op
do 4s rcg tlojfoti ( Op
do coupon ....113!tCG c- j n
Pan 3b coupon. 1021 rU " sif- joi op
A-Chalm l3t 5s. 60A5SG r op
Am Agr 5s ....1011 iG ! joo j s
Am T&T cv 4h.10G ?is "" so uoa op
Am Tobac Gs ..121 J9i ,si- aj oTS'DS
Armour&Co 43. 9irjf iQ kj- u2 auipny
Atch gen 4k .... 93 JG "si- PJJ- T B O
B & O 4s 97fl S9 sc op
do 3Js 91 tSG S. j 2I
Chcc Si O 4s..l00150G fr Qop op
do conv 41s .. 921f9S "fi7S ufif o X iZ
CB&Q JolnL 4s. 953TSK B?r II Jo s.tll
do gen 4s .... 96 18 "' aq .uoo op
T &' R G ref 5s, S3iyoi sf. orj oi:
111 C 1st ref Is. 95i?98 " op
Inter Met 4js .. 81 nj- 3CT. x 31 K
Inter M M 41 . fiSlJSH '"By tin n qr
Japan 41h 90116 TEG1 s qP S 1
Fatuous Stago Bcautlea
look with horror on Skin Eruptions,
Blotches. Soros or Pimples, Thoy
don't have them. 'For all nuch troubles
ubo Bucklon'a Arnica Snlvo. It plori'
fioB the face. Excellent for Eczoma or
Salt libeum, it cures soro Hpa, chappod
hands, elnlblains; heal? burns, cuts and
bruisos. Uusurpasaofl for piles, 2oc ul
Schratnui Johneon. drupfl.
XJuW TORK. Feh. 3. Cotton closed
steady, net unchanged to G jwlnts lower.
NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 3. Cotton,
spot. Quiet. unchanged; middling,
12 7-1 Gc. Sales, 400 balos.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 3. Wool, teady;
medium grades, combing and clothing,
23iJ720o: light, flno. 19tfJi24e; heavy, fine,
13ifi18c; tub-wnsihnd, 27ff3rte.
IvLGIN. Feb. 3. Butter, 31c.
Mrs. S. S. 3,. Van Buren St., King
ston, N. Y. (full namo furnished on
application) had such decided benefit
from using Foloy's Honoy & Tar Com
pound thnt she shares her pood fortune
with othors. She writes: ''"Foloy's
Honey & Tar Comixund . brought my
Toico back to mo during a severe oase
of bronchitis and lnryngitiw. Oh, how
many people I bavo rcconirneuded it
to." Sell ramm-John son, Drugs. " The
Xovcr-SubBtitutors.' Fivn (fl) Good
t 8toroa. ( Advcrlitoment.i
COPPER STARTS THE
WEEK ATDLD PIES
Lead Also Unchanged on the
New York Market; Silver
a Fraction Higher.
4' Copper (electro) J1G.50 !
V Lead, Now York $4.25SM.35
-r Bar silver G2Jc JL-
! Sliver In London 2S 11-lGd
NEW YOP.IC, Feb. 3. Copper Weak;
spot and February. 15.25o bid; March and
April, S15.121f15.G21ci May, J1515.C21c:
electrolytic, $lG.50c; lake, $1G.501G.75c
Tin Weak; spot, 549.25OT50; February,
$49.2049.40, March, ?4S.45flt!4fl.l5, April.
Lead Steady; 54.2C5.35.
Spelter Easy; $6.55(g(G.75.
Antimony Nominal; Cookson's, 39.75.
Iron Irregular; No. 1 northern. $18.50
18.75; No. 2 northern. 1818.o0; No. 1
southern, S18.2518.75; No. 1 southorn
Copper exports this month, 24.C59 tons.
London copper, easy; spot, G9 12s Gd:
futures. 68 10s. Local exchange soles,
tin, fifty tons. London tin. weak: spot,
224 15b; futures. 222. London lead,
16 lis 3d. London spelter, 26. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 65s Ud In London.
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. Money on call,
firmer, 2i(Q)22 per cent; ruling1 rate, 21;
closing bid. 21; offered at 2g.
Time loans, firmer; sixty days, 31(3)32
per cent; ninety days, 4; six months 41.
Prime mercantile paper, 4iJ5 per cent.
Storllng exchange Bteady, with actual
business in bankers' bills at 54.83.15 for
sixty-day bllln and at S 1.87.40 for de
mand. Commercial bills, S4. S2.
Bar silver, 628c.
Mexican dollars. 481c.
Government bonds, firm.
Railroad bonds, irregular.
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 3. The condition
of tho United States treasury at tho be
ginning of business today was:
Working balance. S89.43G.GS4
Tn banks and Philippine treasury, $32,
G1S.054. Total of general fund, M4n.871,028.
Receipts Saturday. 52,S1S,483.
The surplus this fiscal year Is $5,521.
7SS, as against a deficit of 531,541,150
The receipts, disbursements, otc, ex
clude Panama canal and public debt
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. Coffee futures
opened steady at an advance of 1 to 5
points and ruled generally firm on cov
ering of shorts, trado buying and bull
support. Realising caused Irregularity In
the late trading, but the close was
steady, net 11 to 25 points higher. Sales,
83,750 bass- Closing bids: February.
13.15c; March, 13.52c: April. 13.58c; May,
13.G5c: June. 13.63c: July, 13.73c; August,
13.78c: September, 13.34c: October, 13.78c;
November, 13.75c: Doccrnbor, 13,71c;
Spot coffee, firm; Rio 7s, 135c: Santos
4s, 15Sc; mild coffee, quiet; Cordova, 153
NEW YORK. Feb. 3. Evaporated ap
ples, quiet; fancy, 7i85c; choice, 615?
Glc; prime, 5lGc.
Prunes, easy; Callfornlas up to 30-40s,
4113c; Oregon, SKff.Olc.
Apricots, quiet; choice. lOlllc; extra
choice, ll&lllc; fancy. 121(S)lBc.
Peaches, quiet; choice, 6J($fi3c: extra
choice, GJ(5,7c; fancy, 718c
Raisins, dull and oasy; muscatels, 41
Glc: cholco to fancy seeded, 6iGic;
Heedless, 5i6!c; London layers, Si.40(5)
Flax, Oats and Bye.
MTNNEAPOLTS. Fob. 3. No. 3 yellow
corn. 431(fT431e. '
No. 3 white oats. 310231tc.
No. 2 rve, 5557c
Flour, first patents, J4.304.G5; second
patents, S4.15S54.50.; first clears, 33.105T)
3.40; second clears, ?2.602.G0.
Drives Off a Terror.
Tho chief executionor of death in th
winter ana spring months is pneumo
nia. Its advance agents nre colds and
grip. In any attack by one of theso
mnladios no time should bo lost in tak
ing tho best mcdicino obtainable to
drive it off. Countless thousands havo
found this to be Dr. King's New Dis
covery. "My husband believes it has
kept him from having pneumonia three
or four times," writeE Mrs. George V.
Placo, Rawsonvillo, Vt.f "and for
coughs, colds aud croup we havo never
found its equal, " Guaranteed for all
bronchial affections. Price 50 cents
and $1.00. Trial bottlo free at Schramm
Johnson, drugs. (Advertisement).
Costs money, but it doos perfect work.
Wo have it. Century Printing Co., 55
57 Postoflico place. (Advertisement)
KANSAS CITY. Fob. 3. Cattle Re
ceipts, 11,000, Including 4500 southerns;
market, steady to 10 cents higher. Na
tlvo steers, S75f)S.75; southern steers. $5.75
i$7.75: southern cows and heifers, $3.75
G.25; native cows and heifers, $4f?'7.50;
Blockers and feeders. $5.75(JT7.50; bulls,
$ii(iSC.25; calvet;, ?6. 500)8.75; western
sleerB Sfi.oOlTS: western cowi, SJtff'G.oO-
Hogs Receipts, G00O: market, steady
to 5o higher. Bulk, 57.407.50: heavy,
S7.35nn.?.o: packers, ?7.407.6u; light,
57.I0W7.521; plga. 56.25(9)7.
Sheop Receipts, 8000; market, 10(15e
higher. Muttons, S4ijTv.50; Colorado
lambs, $7.75(mS.50; range wothora and
yearlings, 367. 50: range c'c, $3.25ff?5.
CHICAGO. Fob. 3. CnttleRecclpts.
20.000; market, steady. Beeves. J6.25JI)
9.20; Texas stccri. 54.905.75; western
fiteer. SG,G0(5'7.30;'stockL'r7! aud feeder..
?4,75(n,7.00: cowa nnd helfcre, S2.90i'
7.45; calves, Jf..SO10.
Hogs Receipts, 40,000; market, alow,
shade abovo Saturday'a average. Light.
57.0lrt?7.70; mlxtid. 57 .45tff 7.70: heavy,
S7.30J()7.70; rough. $7.805)7.45: pigs,
$Gfr7.15; bulk, 57.60ffr7.G5.
Sheep Receipt!'. 25.000: market. study
(o strong. Native, Jl.OO'B'S.Df); wostcin,
34.75fi,5.Wi: yearlings. $G.357.75: Iambi?,
native, SG. 0037. 70; western. 5G.G0$fS,75.
SOUTH OMAHA. Fob. X. Cattlo Re
ceipts 4500: market. Rtcndy to strong.
Native steers, 56.4037)8,25; cowb ond heif
ers. $ld?7; "western "tccru, 55.508; Texa.s
tcore J4.5nG.25: range cows and Jiclf-
er. S3.7.'.eti1.G0: onlven. ?A.bu-.'.
lings Receipt. 5300; marknt, steady.
Heavy. S7.2027.R5: light. $7.807. S5;
pigs. ?G7: bulk, 57. 2515? 7. 30.
Sheep RceuIptK. 9000; market, steady.
Yearlings. JG.50f?7.25; wothcrs. 55ni'.75;
Uitnbs, 57. 758. 50.
CHICAGO, Fob. 3. Butter firm;
Eggs firm; rereipts. SloS cases; at
mark casex Included 205?23o; refrigera
tor firsts 17tf?17!c; flrstx 24t-
Potatoes steady, receipts 92 cars; Wis
consin J"fi47c- Michigan iT''f He; Min
liie poultry steady tui'kcys. loc:
rhirk"n. 14 . rprlngf, lit
;hw SHOW li IE
Market Closes Unsettled and
Lower; Corn Prices Higher
and Provisions Up.
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. Wheat sagged to
day' as a result of heavy snow dispell
ing cold weather danger In the winter
crop belt. Tho market closed unsettled
at a decline of lc to 5c not. Corn fin
ished a'S'lo to lc up; oats, unchanged to
a sixteenth higher, and provisions dearer
by 213Gc to 121c.
Ohio, as well aa the southwest, had a
share In tho snowfall that discouraged
tho wheat bulls. Toledo sent word that
the crop outlook was fine, tho best so
far this season. Greatly Increased of
ferings of cash wheat to arrive at Kan
sas City and hero reflected similar con
ditions on a wide scale. Other depress
ing factors were huge world shipments
and tho smallncss of the visible supply
Assertions that thirty-five boat loads
had been taken by exporters at the sea
board brought about a slight upturn In
the wheat market during: tho last fif
teen minutes. In this connection a good
deal of notice was taken of tho small
Impression that tho declines here have
made on values across tho Atlantic
Corn attracted remarkable support on
account of statements that, owing to
drought, tho Argontlno export surplus
would be less than half the previous
year's total. It was also current gos
sip that farmers were selling but little
at country stations west. On tho other
hand, buslnoss in oats proved slim and
fluctuations not moro than a shade.
Provisions rallied owing to purchase of
3000 tierces of lard 'by brokers thought
to be acting for packers. The world
slock of lard showed only a small In
crease compared with a liberal gain a
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Closo.
May 932 93 925 931
J"ly 91 911 90? 91
Sept S9S S95 SOU 893
May 521 522 521 5211
I'Hi; 531 53 53 538
Sept 54 541 53 54 1
My 34 34 e 333 311
J"'' 34 34t 31 341
Sept 34 34 331 34
Cash corn. No. 3, 4734S3c: No. 3
white. 501(7j)502c: No. 3 yellow. 4733!50c;
No. 4. 46iB48c; No. 4 white. 48(ft492c: No.
4 yellow. 45947io.
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK, Fob. 3. Flour, quiet but
steady; receipts, 27,000 barrels; ship
ments, 30,000 barrels.
Whoat Spot, easy; No. 2 red, $1,091
elevator and $1.11 f. 0. b. afloat, nom
inal; No. 1 northern Dululh, $1,001 f. o.
b. afloat. Futures are easier owing to
Improved "weather In the west, largo
world's exports and Indifferent cables,
closing 3ilc net lower. Export salos
were 35 loads, mostly old business. May.
9917j)90 7-lGo, closed at 99Bc; July closed
at 971c; September closed at 951c. Bond
ed wheat: May closed at 9G2c; July, 90go.
P.ecelptH. 125,000 bushels; shipment?,
Raw sugar, steady; Muscovado. .89
test, 2.98c; centrifugal. .96 test, 3.4Sc;
molasBcs sugar, .89 test, 2.70c; refined,
LETTING OF CONTRACT
Because of the filing of a suit ayalnst
the Wright-Osborn company, In which
the board of education Is mado a de
fondant, tho buildings and grounds com
mittee of the board did not lot tho con
tract yesterday for the completion or
the heating and ventilating work at the
new high school building. No action will
we taken until after the rolurn of M. E.
Wilson, the board's attorney, who Is out
of the city, Another meeting probably
will bo hold Thursday of this week, at
which tho matter will be settled.
P. J. Moran Is In line for tho contract,
having been the lowest bidder. How
ever, the board does not desire to pro
ceed with tho old contract, which was
taken out of the hands of tho Wrlght
Osbom company, until it Is sure of the
legal grounds for its action.
Tho suit filed yesterday was brought
by the Salt Lake Tranefcr company to
recover for services rendered the
WIFE OBJECTS TO
Her husband's predilection for stories
of the unwashed sort and his taste for
literature not the best, is made tho
ground for a divorce suit .filed In tho dis
trict court yesterday by Ruth Ilarlng
against Clyde E. Ilarlng. Harlng has a
habit, she avers, of coming home with a
collection of vulgar Jokes and forcing
her to listen to them. Also he Insists
upon rending literature of tho samo sort
to her, she charges.
Graco Olson, who also has filed suit
for divorce from Theodore Olscn, charges
that he has boon guilty of extreme cruel
ty In that ho will not allow her to visit
her relatives nor her relatives to visit
her. Extreme jealousy on his part
makes life unbearable, according to the
complaint, such Jealousy anil distrust ex
tending even to the grocer's boy and the
huckster who comes to the house to sell
Lungs Were Affected
Now in Good Heaith
It is beyond human power to perform
miracles. Tho mnkois of Eoknmu's Alter
ative, a remedy for Consumption, do not
claim that U will restore cvory ope to
perfect health, but so many have volun
tarily testified It soved their lives, that all
who havo thla dread disease should Inves
tigate and try It. It should t?top the
night sweats, reduce fovur, promoto ap
petite and In very many cases, prolong
llfo. Road what in accomplished In this
Catherine Avo. nnd Ancot Place.
Qucen'n Court. L r.
"Gentleman: Tn tho year 1908 I was
taken with a heavy cold and a nasty
cough and went to several doctors. Includ
ing a specialist. Their medicine fulled
I then WHiit to the Cntekllls, but the
cough still kpt up, I stayed thcro a year
and then went on a farm near Jersey
Cltv, n very flck man.
"My brother then recommended Eck-tnu-n'K
Alterative to mo vnry highly. At
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