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B I 2 . lEE KAXiT JLiAKTi1, TmBTOEES STJTSTDAY MOKNXCGr, JAjSTUARY 10, 1904,
II SAME OFFICERS NAMED ' No Changes in Saltair Rail jjj J' road sr Beach Companies, ij JOS. F. SMITH HEADS BOTH j SUckhlUrs and Urctrs Hild Annual Meetings. ii, No Intimation. Given Out as to What ' ( Is to Be Done to Bcdcem ' 1 1 ' Saltair Next Season. ) Meeting of tho stockholders of tho Salt I Lako & Los Angolea Railroad company ) i and the Saltair Beach company wero held f yesterday morning In tho office of the ! company, with President Joseph F. Smith 1 prosidlng. Tho boards of directors wero elected, and they In turn elected officers. I Nothing was dono or proposed for the year's business, Tho directors of tho rail road aro: Joseph F. Smith, John R. Win der, James Jack, L. John Nuttal, N. W. Clayton. The officers: President, Joseph , F. Smith: vice-president, Jnmes Jack; ! secretary and treasurer, William McMll i lan; general manager, J, E. Langford. For the Saltair Beach company tho dl 1 rectors elected were: Joseph F. Smith, ' I John R. Winder, Anthon H. Lund, John ' Henry Smith. James Jack, L. John Nut- tal, N. W. Clayton, The officers nro: I President, Joseph F. Smith: vicc-prcsl-, i dent. John Henry Smith: secretary and treasurer, 'William McMillan: general i manager, J. E. Langford. If j WAUASH WILD. CONTROL, j Gould's Eastern Lines Now Bun by ; Wa.bash. ' ( New Tork, Jan. 9. Tho general ar k li rangements incidental to taking over tho f Pittsburg, Carnegie & Western and uni- i fying tho Gould lines west of Pittsburg I have been completed, according to tho Herald, and aro ready to be brought be I fore the directors and stockholders of tho i ' various companies for approval. It Is un ; derstood that the plana Involve the issu ance of new securities and a closer unifl I i cation of the finances of tho Gould roads 1 between Pittsburg. Chicago and St. Louis, i Tho PlttBburg, Carnegie & Western syn I dlcato will be wound up and tho property placed under tho direction of tho Wabash, i l together with tho Wheeling &. Lako Erie, ' and probably the Ann Arbor. But tho i Echcmo does not involve tho unification i of tho enllro Gould system, having in r view merely the consolidation of tho ; , Gould properties in tho central States and I Pennsylvania. , il l With tho completion of tho Plttsburg II Baltimore line it is expected that a slml I lar unification will bring tho Western ' Marvland. the West Virginia Central, tho U Little Kanawha, with the new lines pro Li' jeeted. dlrectlv under the Wabash, as tho I . central road of tho Eastern group. If I ! CAN'T AGREE ON TERMS, 'j I Exchange of Trackage Between 0. R. t i & N. and TJ. P. Hangs Fire, i I ! j Portland, Or . Jan. 5. Tho question of i I trackago arrangements by which the ' I Northern Pacific may run trains from I ! i eastern Washington over tho Oregon I j I Railway & Navigation line Into Portland " and tho Oregon Railway & Navigation ! ' run over the Northern Pacific to Seattle i and Tacoma seems to havo reached tho l j point where both parties aro willing to I make a deal, but cannot agree on terms. ; , When President Mellen of tho Northern f ) Pacific was In Portland over a year ago j ho said that hl3 company was qulto wul- I Ing, and there Is no reason to believe that the policy has been changed since Mr. t Elliott became president. Mr. Harrlman C has expressed the same disposition on tho : part of the Oregon Railway & Navlga- : Hon, but tho statement of President Moh- ' ler of the Oregon Railway Sz Navigation S slnco his return from tho East Indicates j that no progress has been made. Under the suggested scheme the Northern Pa- j clfic would escape the heavy haul over j the Cascade mountains, and on the other i hand tho Oregon Railway &. Navigation I would bo able to haul freight and passen- j i gore through to tho Sound without break- m lng bulk or changing cars. It Is probable i i that each party to the deal maintains that j ! what It has to offer Is worth more than I- it would receive, do that they find it ira- I possible to get together. I Railroad Notes, jl Commerlcal Agent Moore of tho San 3 Pedro went out yestcrdav to look after SI sheep business around Mllford. I I W. J. Shotwell, general agent for the I Rio Grande at San Francisco, was In Salt f Lako yesterday. Ho has been making a j month's tour of tho Gould system. I Travel Is picking up as winter advances ; 1 and tho holidays, recede. Trains 1 and -l I on tho Rio Grando went out yesterday in ,1j ! two sections and tho Short Lino trains j j: aro heavy. I Traveling Pasaengor Agents "Billy" Rldd and Harry Cusblng of the Rio 1 Grando cam in yesterday, tho former j i from tho coal camps and the latter from ' the Sanpeto way. Mr. Rldd sayB the miners aro moving East rapidly, but that ! , many of the men with families are going j' i to stay whero they are. 11 ( SPARKS FROM THE WIRE. i H i . James W. Swceley, editor and proprle- 1 tor of tho Wllliamsport (Pa.) Sun, and a 1 leader in Democratic politics in Penn- j ' j sylvania, is dead of pneumonia. H I By direction of the President, Secretary j Root has issued an order announcing the H retirement of Gen. Young and highly cx- Hl ' j tolling the service of that officer. I Francis Wayland, LL. D formerly dean 1 3 of the Yalo law school and professor of H Jj English constitutional law In Yale uni- H jl vcrslty, is dead, of ncuto bronchitis. H li Tho Comptroller of tho Currency today H received a telegram stating that the Alva B 1 National bank, of Alva, Okla., did not B A i open for business yesterday morning. I Advices from Erzeroum say- tho people H , of Souson arc in a state of soml-panlc. H H I fearing a repetition of the ovonta of IStM H U The local governor and other officials H 'ft I havo fled. Hiin Today's statement of the treasury bal- H U I ances in tho general fund, exclusive of H H If the $150,000,000 gold in the division of re- H I demptlon. shows: Available cash balance. 'B J22S.320.5Sl; gold, J107,815,12C. "o. H a I t John, Alexander Dowio and party re- H , turned to San Antonio from tho trip of I inspection along the Texas coast Dr. H , I Dowio announces that ho will locate a PPPpH ; new city and farm in Texas. ii Military pomp has attended- the annual PH i dinner of tho veteran corps of artillery. iiiH i I Veterans Military Society of 112. in New PPPPl id Tr,k- Incidentally, the great victory of PPPPJ Jj ( Jackson at New Orleans, elghty-nino PPPpi A I years ago, was duly commemorated. PPPPJ !tt Tho AnBtrian-Hungarian Foreign offlco PPPPH 3 "as, received a cablo message from Toklo ililH ? 1 saying Japan has no intention of taking iUUIIIH U 'an' offonHlvo measurts in Korea ao long iiiH jj negotiations wih Russia aro going 0burcD JlppointmeittS' Gorman Evangelical. Gennan Evangelical Scrvlco at tho East Sldo Baptist church, corner Third South and Seventh East. Sunday-school, 2 p. m. Preaching, 3 p m. All our Ger man friends, strangers nnd children aro cordially invited. Tho Rev, G. A. Zlmmer, pastor. Residence, S2S East Second South. Congregational. First Congregational Public services at 11 o'clock. Sorrnon by tho pastor. Rev. Elmer I. Goshon. Sunday-school at 12:30; i young pooplo's meeting nt C:1G. Public cordially Invited to all services. Scientist? First Church of Christ, Scientist, S3C East Third South Sunday-school at 10 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m. Subject, "Sacrament." Each Wednesday evening at S o'clock a meeting is held to listen to the testimonials of healing of both sin and Blcknesa. All arc welcome to theso ser vices. .Free reading-rooms open dally 'from 10 a, m. to fi p. m., in rooms C07-G0S Scott-Strovoll building, aiK- Main street. Tako elevator. Eirst Unitarian Society. First Unitarian society Services held In Unity hall, 140 Second East street; 11 a. m. The Rov. W. IT. Fish. Jr., pastor. Mu slo by Unity quartette, Miss Emily Lar son leader. Sunday-school and Emerson class Immediately after services. Sun day evening, January 10th, Judge C. S. Znno will deliver a lgcturo on "Personal Reminiscences 6f Abraham Lincoln," to which the public Is cordially Invited. There will also bo good music. Tho lec turo will begin promptly at 7. SO p. m. Monday evening, January 11th, is tho date of the annual meeting for tho election of officers, but this meeting will probably adjourn for ono week, unity club will meet Monday evening, January 11th. Miss Emily Larson "will sing -n solo,, and there will bo papers by members of the club. On Friday evening. January 15th. tho chil dren of tho Sunday-school wilt glvo an opcrata, "Santa Claus at Home," to which all are Invited. This will be held In the upstairs hall. Baptist. First Baptist church, Second South and Second West, tho Rov. D. A. Brown pas torPreaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; Sunday-school at 124,5. F. J. Lucas, su perintendent. B. Y. P, U: at G:S0 p. m Monday evening at S o'clock the young ladles' Berean Biblo class. Mrs, C. J. Mc Nltt, leader. Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock tho Young Men's Darke club. S. W. Darke, leader. Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, weekly prayer-meeting. A wel come to all. Burlington chapel, Indiana avenue and Navajo street Sunday-school nt 3:30 p. m. G. J. Badertscher, superintendent Friday evening services at 7:30. Rio Grando chapel, Second South, be tween Ninth and Tenth West Sunday school at 3;30 p. m. Georgo Paul, super intendent. East Side Baptist church, Third South and Seventh East, F. Barnett, pastor Regular services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of evening Ecrvice, "The Great Apostacy," Sunday-school at 12:15 p. m. Young people's meeting at C:30 p. m. Mid week prayer-meeting on Wednesday even ing at 7:o0. followed by tho annual elec tion of officers. Tho annual supper will occur on Friday evening, and reports of all the societies of tho church will bo given. Tho members of tho church and congregation are invited. Episcopal. St. Mark's cathedral, tho Very Rev. James B. Eddie, B. D., dean. First Sun day after Epiphany, January lQth. 7:30 a. m., holy communion; 9:-J5, Sunday-school. 11. morning prayer and sermon, "The Su premo Quest of tho Ages;" G:30, Bible class; 7:30, evening prayer and address, "Religion as an Element In Character Building;" 3;30. St, Peter's chapel Sunday-school. Tho public Is cordially In vited to attend tho services. Free seats. St. Paul's church. Main and Fourth South streets; the Rev. Charles E. Per kins, B. D., rector. Services: 8 a. nr. holy communion; 9 -15 m., Sunday school; 11 o'clock, morning prayer nnd sermon, "Parental Infiuenco"; 7:30, oven ing prayer and sermon, "Development of Jesus." Strangers and visitors cordially welcomed. All seats free. St. John's chapel. Perkins addition; Mr. B. W. E. - Jcnncns, lay reader. Sun day school at 3 p. m. Evening prayer and sermon by the Rev. Charles E. Perkins, rector of St. Paul's church, at 4 o'clock. Methodist. First Methodist Episcopal church, 33 East Third South, the Rev. J. C. Bickcl, S. T. B., LL, B., pastor Preaching by tho pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morn ing theme. "Tho Holy Spirit." Evening theme, "The Art of Forgiving." At tho morning service Mrs, E. E. Wood will sing. Tho solo in the evening will be rendered by Mr. Orvillo Post. Sunday school, 0:45 a. m. Wesley A. Price, su perintendent. Junior league, -I p. m.; Ep worth league, 6-30 p. m. Monday evening, 7 30, men's meeting. foolowed by joint meeting of tho board of trustees and the beard of stewards. Tuesday, 2:30 p. m.. meeting of the W. F. M. S. at tho homo of Mrs. Elizabeth Waldfogle, 347 Fourth EasL Wednesday evening, 7:15, 7.30. men's mooting. followed by Sunday-school teachers' meeting. Thurs day, from 12 until 2 p. m., luncheon will be served in the cjiurch parlors by tho Ladles' Aid society. Cordial Invitation to all. Liberty Park M. E. church Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject, "How to Build a House," Junior league at 3 o'clock In afternoon. Harriett Laney, superintendent. Song scrvlco at 515 p." m. Sermon at 5:30. Subject, "Not the Man with Five Wives, but the Wo man with Flvo Husbands." Epworth league at 6:30 p. m. Special singing at preaching services. Wo extend a cordial invitation to all our friend3. Strangers welcome. Louis R. Bailey, pastor. Second M. E. church, Fourth East and Galena. Rev. W. B. Burton, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. by tho pastor: morning subject, "Serving, God and Mammon": evening subject, "Tho Double Man." Mls3 Florence Holman will sing. Sunday-school at 10 a, m-, Ellis , Blight's Disease Cured By Warner's Safe Cure Joseph Sherburne Murray, the Noted American Artist and Athlete, in Last Stages of Eright's Disease, with Bloating and Heart Failure, Says Ho was Permanently cured by Safe Cure. "I Grow Rapidly Worse; Could Xeep Nothing on My Stomach; Lost .sSi Weight, and for Days Could not Leave .isi5 My Bed." 4 ysS$NN "I was taken seriously 111 In Now York JKiSlSSSSS. v,'. J'01 ago: grow worse; had tho best M(MS doctors. They said I had Brlght's dis- ease and could do nothing for mo. I com- l MaS " monccd to bloat, had heart failure, could i mY-S I keen nothing on my stomach, and lost TrMv'i3 MmJJ . 'J011 rapidly. I could not work and for i 'rVai days was unable to loavo my bed. I wao mfJ in tho last stages of this awful disease, SS5$$$ - W wlth d"tn staring me In tho faco. 5a-pSK? !-Y "Happily for me, 'Safe Cure' was sug- Y gested and I took it as a last resort. lilt "I bsRn to better with the first MmIw,, 7 bottle, improved steadily, nnd in four sd&Wr J months ev.ery trace of kidney disease yjtf iLys disappeared, my appetite was A$S AM& MfXS good, and I got back my health and a$&W W"ft strength, and novcr felt better In my life." CStMi', WSWt A JOSEPH SHERBURNE MURRAY. yldW IYfVNN -53 Broadway, Rochester, N. Y. UW9K KV&wnSjW Backache, headache, stomach trouble, lr.'yJSNOVAS:V nervousness, bad complexion, skin affec MmWm mW$k AV J t,ons' "vvenk heart- cloudy urine when It WvimmK stands 21 hours, and diseases of the urin- iwt M "ry and female organs, arc every ono ccr Xfe'm luln 3lS"s that 'our Wdnoys havo been w- M y "?Mi 'V diseased for months, and If allowed to run t 'v J along without treatment, Brlght's disease. diabetes, blood poisoning will develop, and death quickly follow. Thousands of Men and Women have Kidney Disease and Don't Know It. Until tho final stages havo been reached. You haven't a minute to lose. Got a bottlo of Warner's Safo Cure, that has been prescribed by doctors nnd used in hospitals for CO years as tho only positive cure for all diseases of the kidneys, blad der, liver and blood the only remedy that cures and leaves no bad after effects. It has cured thousands of cases after all other medicines failed. If you havo kid ney trouble. Safe Curo is your only sal vation. Read what Mr. Murray says. Wo have thousands of such letters. Safo Curo checks tho Inflammation, drives out the disease, and quickly puts tho organs into perfect condition so that they can do their work properly, and makes nnd keeps you strong and well. Safo Curo Is made of puro herbs and roots, and is guaranteed free from all Jnync, superintendent; Junior league at 3 p. m., Miss Applegate, superintendent; class meeting at 12:15; Epworth league at G'A5. Revival services every evening dur ing tho week at 7:30. Afternoon meotings at 3 p. m. A cordial welcomo to the pub lic. Heath church, corner of Third South and Eighth West. Sabbath-school at 10 a. m.; preaching nt 11 n. m. and 7.3-. m.; special prayer service Wednesday evening, 7:30. Everybody cordially invited to theso services. G. C. Wavnlck, pastor. Iilff M. E church, Ninth East and First South Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning subject, "The Ideal Life." Evening subject, "Tho Rent Veil." Visit ors welcomo. D. M. Hclmlck, pastor. Christian. Central Christian church, corner Third East and Fourth South streets. Preach ing at 11 a. nu by Dr. T. W. Pinkerton; subject, "Going Forward." An Interest ing programme has boon prepared for Forefathers day for tho regular evening service. Sunday-school at 12:30 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at 6 30; Junior En deavor at -1:15 Tuesday afternoon; prayer scrvlco Wednesday evening at S. You aro invited to attend these services. German Lutheran. Service in German on Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m Sunday-school at 2, at Swedish church, corner of Second South and Fourth East streets. Your are most cor dially Invited to attend. J. R. Graebner, pastor. K3 South Second West. Swedish Lutheran. Swedish Lutheran church. Sunday services: Sunday-school. 9:30 a, m., In English and Swedish. DIvino service, 11 a. m. Prayer meeting, 7 p. m. Evening service, S o'clock. Please notice chango of time. Prayer service every evening during tho week In different homes of members. Emanuel Rydberg. Lutheran. Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran church. Fourth East, between Fourth and Fifth South. Sunday services at 10:30' a. m. In English and at 3:30 p. m. in Nor wegian. Tho Ladies' society will meet next Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gul ilckson. -115 Post street. Confirmation class Monday, 4 p. m. You arc cordially Invited to attend. A. G. H. Overn, iastor. 'Reorganized. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Services In Mission chapel, 22S East Second South street, as follows: Sabbath-school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a, m. and 7 p. m. Scan dinavian meeting at 5 p. m. Presbyterian. First Presbyterian church, corner Sec ond East and Second South streets; W. M. Paden, D. D., pastor; John C. Lincoln, assistant. Morning servico. 11 o'clock, "The Sayings of Jesus." Sunday-school, 12.30 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor so cicty, 4. Senior society, 0:30. Evening servico, 7:45. A cordial Invitation is ex tended to all. Southwest Mission, corner Second West and Mead streets. Sunday-school, 4 p. m. Evening service. S o'clock. dangorous drugs so often found In so called kidney cures. All drug stores or direct, COc and $1 a bottle. Refuse Substitutes and Imitations. They are dangerous. There is only one Kidney Cure. It's Warner's Safe Cure. It will curo you and leave no bad after effects. If thero Is anything about your health or the health of your family that you do not undorstand. or that causes you worry, write fullv and In confidence to our doc tors for free advlco and council. Medical book free. Address Warner's Safo Curo Co., Rochester, N. Y. SAFE PILLS move tho bowels gently and aid n speedy cure. LIFE OF USEFULNESS ENDS. John Hepworth, a Highly Respected Business Man for Many Years; Passes Away. John Hepworth died at his residence, 671 South Main street, at 2:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after an illness of about six weeks. He was a pioneer, having come to Salt Lake City from England in 1S52. He carried on a butcher business for a number of years, in which lie was very successful, hav ing retired in 18SC. Mr. and Mrs. Hep worth celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on January 2S, 1900. Mrs. Hepworth died two months after their wedding anniversary. Mr. Hepworth was widely known in this community. At his bedside when the end came were three daughters, Mrs. Maria Moench, Mrs. I. M. Higley and Miss Sarah Hep worth. The funeral arrangements will not be made until two other daughters, Mrs. J. M. Moore of Richland. Or., and Mrs. Julia Wright of San Francisco, and his son, John Hepworth of Mam moth, Utah, arrive in the city. TO CUPvE A COLD IN ONE DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refund the money If it falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on each bos. 25c. WEEKLY HEALTH REPORT. The report of the board of health for the week ending January 0th shows that 20 births were reported during the week, 1-1 males and 12 females, as against 29 for the preceding week. The deaths for tho same period show a like decrease 10 female deaths and 11 male deaths having been reported, in comparison with 28 for the week before. One case of scarlet fever was held in quarantine at the close of the pre ceding week, one case was reported and one discharged, leaving the number in quarantine tho same as the week be fore. Three new cases of diphtheria wero reported during the week, four cases were released and one died, leav ing five cases in detention as against six for the previous week. One new case of smallpox developed during the week and none having been discharged, left four cases In quarantine. Seven cases of whooping cough and six cases of chicken pox were reported. Tho family of tho late Columbua W. Burrls desire to express their sincere appreciation of the sympathy and many kindnesses shown them by their many friends In their late bereavo-ment ' '? . Every rainstorm has its victims. Many a caso of consumption and pneumonia can . k traced to wot feet and a cold. AW y ''towfatfoTv seems such a simple affair to many pcoplo, yet every caso of consumption and WyMJ$XW(f pneumonia has its beginning in a "simple " cold. yyyfw $&9&rJ) Those who valuo their lives should not treat a cold or cough as a simplo affair, but use -jjSM'! j a reliable medicino while it is possible to effect a cure. There is an infallible remedy for J k' "S noflrsenss and all throat.and lung affections : tho celebrated which has saved more lives than tho most eminont pbysans in the world. W A "Simple" Cold Which Led To Consumption. Sy4w " nreo years ago n young friend of mine. John Young, a chainnaker, caught a heavy y 931ny XsyWs v co anfl -wnntotl nJm to toy Dr Bull's Cough Syrup, but ho laughed and said it was only !0r 4v a ' s'mPl cold.' His cough got worso nnd he died Thanksgiving Day with consumption, 'Jt&f ( Ml antl was "ried to-day. lhavo used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and think it tho best remedy ou a0 "larkot. I ulways recommend it to my friends. If people would only tako it in 'jXtf M&ty A 2 tImo tuc.r0 would nob bo half of tho throat and lung rs?ys r?y ' vT diseases in this world thab there are tc-day. I canuob -SttTS&! ft, yJ-- 75y speak too highly of Dr. Bull's Cough Svrup. It should bo yQillMm y 7&SST in every house." S. H. Maddox, 813 E. ling St., York, Pa, -1 One Bottle Cured a Bad Cold. yr ,fP':Sqp' " " MI suffered a great deal from colds and could not SHf'SsSt wM ' . , . , . , , sleep for coughing, and tried nearly ovcry cough syrup lEMSSfcfii.? I Vf liSTl thero is made. A friend asked mo to uso Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. I bought a bottlo nnd it cured W3?-rfT4KM rno of my bad cold. If everyone having a very bad cold would uso Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup they would gM&MYti bo convinced that it is tho best to be had." Harry L. VanVliot, 162 N. Slain Street, Paterson, N. J. S9 $5wlf IMSIDl 8SB$7iBSTP lb J"? danS-ou3 to oxporiment with your health. Do not tako tho u i 5 , , dealer's substitute ; It ia generally worthless. Ask tor and insist MMWdK on having the old rolinblo Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, used over 50 years. It is endorsed by physicians a3 vSHHlsAsi"' perfectly Kifo and harmless, and novor fails to cure. Tho genuine nackogo has our trade-mark, a Bull's a?S.T Head. Atoll druggists, 25c., 50o. & $L0Q. A. C. Aleycr & Co., Sole Alanufacturcrs, Baltimore, Aid. tflj - i T R EA T M E Jjy p q UNfr ALL SUFFERERS FROM CATARRH OR ANY CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES BE(flRl NING TREATMENT WITH DRS. SHORES THIS WEEK WILL BE TREATED ABSOLUTE FREE UNTIL A "PERMANENT CURE" IS FFECED. This special offer is made by Drs. SlS' to demonstrate to the public of Salt Lake and vicinity that there is a PERMANENT CURE for CluM aC Diseases. Under this special offer Drs. S hores give their professional services free and their treaWf d free until the patient is cured "PERMANENTLY55 the only charge in any case will be for THE ICINES ACTUALLY USED. In the pa st ten years, at their offices in California, Colorado and 'W ; Lake City, Utah, Drs. Shores have PERS ONALLY treated over 100,000 OASES OF Catarrh, DeaftK'. and aH forms of Nervousness and CHRONIC Disease, and they know from PERSONAL EXJMff,;! ENCE that there is a PERMANENT OU RE FOR CHRONIC DISEASES, and to demonstrate tEW fact they will take all "curable55 cases o f Catarrh and Chronic Diseases until further notice andtlfs l them absolutely free until the patient i s permanently cured. i Do not delay, but start treatment at o nee. THE OFFER APPLIES TO ALL. It shows Drs. Shot hi good faith in their system of treatment for catarrh and Deafness and deep-seated Nervous and Chri W" Diseases. DON'T BE LATE; start treatment at once. UNDER THIS SPECIAL OFFER HD DREDS WILL BE CURED OF THEIR AILMENTS PRACTICALLY FREE. j Yon can consult Drs. Shores free for any disease, whether you take treatment or not. Oallj iXi A (, the BANK CASHIER PETERSON TESTIFIES i; to the Marvelous results obtained by taking Drs. Shores' & Shores' World Famous treatment foij tarrh, Stomach troubles and Nervous diseases. Read this letter, if you are interested, WRITE H S3 in care of the Bank of Stratford, Iowa, and ask him about his cure. ' 5 fefce wvw - - -iSl lng IN DISEASES OF MEN , -www-jfis M tl11' Sl"3 & shhores stand alono as l "El" iiliPil?' glilL b?3' t0 IT),ep?fr-erln? 'tvltn Pvato trou- S&fSi VfPtn ' CURED." Contrast this honest plan Bftti wlth the "Pay-it-all-cash" plan of the -A IWBll Bftyf vLrtJ fraud and fakir. Did you ever hear of Am!iSm PL1 rf a fakir "refunding" a penny to a duped 'Cr WE2 I. patient? Drs. Shores 6ay, keep your J WKr r0 ' . r5? money in your pocket and pay our fee ytfrth? ff JR. SIck PeoPle who live out of the city vfffV I should write Drs. Shores for their new M&S&&&& iVv J;f I symptom blank and take advantage of He JffifZb Y it amvwlk 'rsaftfe' thls erand special offer and be cured Z h?M$WZ for the ACTUAL COST OF TPIE MED- 4&Jriffl&2& X wlSftW ICINE USED to demonstrate that there WJs , ' 'Wn k WW u a ?ur- for Deafness. Catarrh and $MMMr 4 m a Chronic Diseases. WRITE. If you can- . Ml , 3. DIU A. J. SHORES. not call, and take advantage of this 3m G- W SHOBES ifca SPECIAL OFFER. CONSULTATION bub. . FREE for any disease. WE TREAT AND CURE : Me? Catarrh and Stomach Troubles, Nervous Diseases, Kidney Diseases, Bladder Trouble Heart DIa m,M.., nt i "f'O the Stomach and Bowels, Piles, Fustula and Rectal Diseases. Female Complaints Disease? of n 5 Ph! f lilB0 dren, Rickets, Spinal Troubles. Skin Diseases, Deafness, Asthma, Bronchial a id ! Lung T?oublea ConumnSon in the first stages, Rheumatism, Hay Fever. Neuralgia. Hysteria, Eye and Ear Diseases, GoSre orl?S : a?le sSfitfo'S0 D,9ea3eS' SCrfUla aU frma Nervous antfchSn" SSoi ft Drs. Shores & Shores, free by mail M SPECIALISTS. Sick people who live out of the city should wrig-ft F T)1-1L ZL 117 C- J C t. Pi I)rs- Shores for their new symptom blank and take atffl1 LyOIl DlOCt, DO W. JeCOHU bOflth St. vantaEeof this grand special offer and be cured for 11$ nXrc. CH-v actual cost of the medicine used to demonstrate thjjBVr. ZdlL LflKe Wily. there is a cure for Deafness, Catarrh and Chronic DIM OFFICE HOURS Week days, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. eases. WRITE, if you cannot call, and tako advantoiM Evenings, 7 to 8 p. m. of this SPECIAL OFFER. CONSULTATION FRBw Sundays and holidays, 10 a. m. to 12 noon. for any disease jfight, Delicate, Exquisite. I 11 The Highest Grade of Candy 'vT jlf . That Can Be Produced." r Sweet's Carnation A Chocolates I , SALT LAKE CANDY CO., y Manufacturers - . i l They are synony- S S raous- iK'" I fluster's I ? And your money. ) ? Bkui j s It's an even trade S either way. Ono Is ; 5 vS Qs good as the other, sS I'rTc That Makes 167 S. WTempi. HOTEL KMUTSFORD.S New and elepant in nil its appointments? 2C0 rooma, oiuple or en suite, 61 rooms wfK , bath. G. S. Holmos, ProprlfltOfc y y.