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THURSDAY MOENING, OCTOBER 20, 190i. , - THE SAXjT T.ATTF, TKIBTXOTE. PAGE NINE
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Ffli LAS VEGAS
irmoiir Car Lines Build
i factory. -las
Contract for Refrigera
tor Cars Along New Sa!t
arson & Colorado and Tonopali
f,Koadfl Swamped With. Business;
c To Be Broad-Gauged at Once.
Lob Veffas, Nav., an oasis In tho desert
I Lincoln county, is to have an immc
ato Improvement which will bo unique
if that recion and especially approprl
o for suoh a hot ecctlon. Tho Armour
ir lines have secured from tho Sail
iko Route the contract for tho refrlg
atlon of all carB loaded with perishable
eight, and tho first named company
111 build at Los Vccros a modorn ice
anufacturlns plant, and storagro house
r the product. An npront of tho com
my will b6 out from Chicago in a fow
l's, when he will so to that place for
o purposo of selecting the site for the
Ah ia cenerally known, every car of
ult that leaves California has to be
ansported In refrigerator cars, and
efifl. jars have to be continually iced
keep them at tho samo tomperaturc
18 Salt Lake Routo will, Immediately
on its completion, socuro a largo w-ntag-o
of fruit shipments to the East,
id as lec Is unknown In Lincoln county
hero the road runs, an artificial plant
The Armours orlfrlnally built refrler
or cars for tho traiuiorlatlon of their
rn meat products, but tho business
tw and tho cars were in demnnd at
her seasons of tho year for various
oducts, so the coinpuny gradually lw
mo the largest ono operating refrigcr
or cars In tho United States,
The plant will bo as flno as. uny In the
untry and will bo put up this year. It
ITMwlll be supplied with walor from tin
SKsprlnRS at tho Veiros ranch, owned liv
V I CHANGE TO BROAD QATJGE.
. fJarsou & Colorado and Touopah
tt Roads Will Let Contracts.
jfltEN'O, Ne , Oct. 10. From sources,
J the reliability of which cannot, bo iues-
tloned, it has been learned that tho Car
? son & Colorado railway, owned by the
- Southern Pacille, Is to be converted Into
V R'.Htandurd caugo with llrst-elass pusson-
fl'er and frolfht rolling stock. The nia
erlal has already been ordered and iWi"
iaBpye worlc Is to begin sit once. The un
'Bertaklng will lnvolvo the expenditure of
.pvtinl million dollars, as the line tia-tsBTrst-s
the greale.it mineral belt of N--Bfltla.
the wonderful development of
sWWiMi. makes tho changes Imperative.
"pkTht) movement huti been under' consld
j gyration for several months and frequent
-pMiTipf- of inspection have been made over
TMj!ie 1,I1L by the general officials of ill.-,
.'nmpany located ut Sun Francisco.
KVhtn Interviewed this mornlnjr In this
fglty. General Manager Agler declined to
ifMliscuss tho matter, saying that the ile
;!'Iopmfiit of the country might reqilre
y(is"ieat chuiiL'Cs on the part of the coin
fljliany but refusing to suy what these
s-.JehaiiRes might be.
iFor several weeks the Carson & Colo
"Brftdo has been absolutely swamped with
(treJght consigned from San Francisco
3wand Reno to Tonopali and Goldlleld. Tho
ajJBtfapJd development of these wonderful
uWcamps and their enormous increase of
I Apopulatlon within tho last fov months
alphas Etlmulated shipping to a degree that
jX.tne Carson & Colorado Is not equal to,
jand the quantities of oro that tho two
Scamps offer for shipment are many times
fcwater than the capacity of the road.
The road was built many years ago bv
fcwastorn capital and was bought bv the
iBpouthorn PaclJlc, which nqver realized
;tjnuch from tho purchase until the dis
covery of Tonopali, Goldlleld and their
uJJnIShborlng mineral zones.
It Is also unofficially stated that the
mm Tonopah road, ninety miles In length,
sRi aL!0 1,0 changed to a standard gauge
hne. Several days ago the Tonopah Rall
flllw.fionina"y or(1ored 30,000 ties, which, It
Eng 'ed' arS t0 USCcl ,D rccon9truct-
Sk QUICK BALLAST WORK.
tUJbravel Pit at Stockton Working- Over
3it 111110 to CoPte th.e Job.
aK'Tho cut through Stockton dyko on tho
LaH So"1 has been transformed
llRm immense ballast pit and It has
gjynqergono a complete change slnco tho
Correct ClotAesfirMen I
A proper cgree of dress. fi
Lord Clicsterficld to his son. 8
You II find the happy
$ , medium in dress
J )vere yu find this I
1 label I
itt i 8
5 Equal to fine cuitom-made I
m lnalJbPrice.ThemakCrs, J
lfU guarantce and ours, with I
fM v C? arment- 9 We arc I
Mi Agents in this city.
M GrayBros.& Co.
road first cut through it for tho Leam
ington cut-off. A steam shovol. a Shay
engine, with threo trains of ballast cars,
work there day and night, and tho track
Is ballasted nlmost to Faust. Tho gravol
Is easy to handle and aa the shovol scoops
It up trrcat masses roll down from the
top of the Incline. It makos an Ideal ma
terial and being so cney to work tho
three trains are kept busy and from SO to
100 cars arc dumped on tho track dally.
Tho Leamington cut-off is now used for
every possible train that win bo sent
over that way and prtsontB a busy scene.
A hundred Greeks In addition to tho Japs
are employed on ho line and by tho time
cold weather comes It will bo the best
pleco of track In the State.
Charles M. Hays Resigned.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19.-:harles M. Hays,
second vice-president and jreneral man
ager of tho Grand Trunk railway Bystem,
and general mnnacer of tho proposed
Grand Trunk Pacific, which Is to run
across tho continent. Is roportud to have
resigned, says a Hornld dispatch from
Montreal. Various rumors are afloat, all
lacking conllrmatlon, an to the causo
Ono of theno Is to the effect that Sir.
Hays will accept a hlah position with
the Vanderbllt lines. This is denied at
tho head offlco m London.
Local pnssengor traffic continues to be
The rush over tho Rio Grandu Western
to the Pacific coast continues with una
An immense amount of material wan
received for tho Salt Lake Route yester
day. Vice-President Gibbon of tho Salt Lako
Route is in New York.
Tho Baldwin works received the con
tract for the locomotives mentioned in
the dispatches ns ordered bv tho Salt
Lako Route. Senator Clark placed tho
order and will now order tho pnssonger
equipment from the Pullman company, if
ho has not already dono so.
Tho New York statements that Rocke
feller and Gould are now at outs and that
Rockefeller will stand with Harrlman Is
good news, as It moajis the Western Pa
cille Should Gould control the Union
Pacific it would mean tho open gateway
policy, thereby removing tho necosslty, to
Gould, of the new line to the Pacific, As
has been suggested locally very often, the
more strained the relations between Ilnr
,rlman and Gould tho better will the Utah
public be pleased.
All Is sad In Burlington headquarters.
William Darke eluded his superior offi
cers and got married yesterdaj, then
slipped away to tho East.
B. A. Worthlngton, assistant director
of maintenance and operations of the
Harrlman llne3, will thoroughly inspect
the Short Line, starting from Pocatcllo.
The ballasted deck bridges of the Salt
Lako Routo are a great Improvement
over the old ones. Through the Sevier
tho many bridges have all been replaced.
A lvc-mllo plpo line has been started
by the Salt Lake Routo from springs
back of Faust, to supply that station
That deal by tho Union Pacific for the
purchase of tho Chicago, illlwaukco &
St. Paul Is not only logical, but It would
be a splendid thine for tho Overland.
Nowadays no rooxl In the West Is firmly
entrenched until it gets Its own line Into
General Agent Charles A. Walker, who
is t lie popular local repre.scnui.iivo tor mo
Northwestern, has returned from jils va
cation trip In the linst.
The St. Louis Globe-Doniocrat atatee
that Standard Oil has seven directors In
the Union Paollle. The question, Is where
are the Gould and llurrlmau men placed
In this connection.
Sugar beets are being shipped from all
sec tions of tho country.
Tlntle traffic Is very encouraging.
Nevada again romcs to the front with
its former deserted C. Sz C. about to be
made .standard, and tho Armours of Chl
.i;ago to build an ice plant In the desert.
The Southern Pacific 1ms reinstated Its
local Reno train.
With lh work of broad gauging tho
C. & L'.. the Southern Pacific will no
doubt build on from Keeler to Mojave.
Arthur Street, a former reporter of
The Tribune, who has recently driven
cverland from Vecus to the end of the
track In California, bus a full write-up
In the Los Angeles Times, In which ho
describes the work yolng on below Ca
llente and speaks highly of this city and
the roads' future.
Either the Gould t lie Harrlman or the
Rockefeller crowds control the Harrlmun
system according to latest reports.
The Oregon Short Lino has never had
such an October as Jhis one. The gross
for the year wlirnin over $13,000,000. near
ly a 100 per cent Increase since Mr. Ban
croft took the property.
Is pure. Don't let your grocer work
off a cheap and dungeroiiH substitute.
Insist on having Burnett's.
NUW YORK. Oct. 19. Tho directors of
tho Northern Pacific railway today de
clared a regular dividend of per cent
and an extra dividend of 3,i of 1 per cent,
both payable- November 1.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 19. President
Roosevelt today appointed Ira Harris as
supervising Inspector of tho steamboat in
spection service of tho Second dletriot of
New York, in place of Robert S. Rodlc, re
NASHVILLE, Tenn , Oct. 10. Firo to
day destroyed tho new frolght sheds and
contents of the Nashville. Chattanooga &
St. Louis railway. Loss, $20O,0CO.
DES MOINES. Ia., Oct, 19 Before a
meeting of tho National Congregational
council today Mrs. BQoker T. Washington,
speaklnff of tho educational work among
tho colored Women, said they owed a debt
of gratitude to tho American missionary
association and its numerous auxiliaries.
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. Plans aro com
plete for the speed trial of tho now pro
tected crulsor Colorado on Saturday off
Capo Ann. Capt. Dayton, president of tho
board of Inspection, and Naval Construc
tor Woodward will bo aboard.
ST. LOUIS. Oct. ID. A deflnlto otcp has
been taken toward tho amalgamation of
tho Free Baptist church of America, with
the Disciples of Christ or tho Christian
church, now holding a national conven
tion hero. Committees aro now at work.
ST. LOUIS. Oct.' 19. Bcforo tho IlllnolB
Bankers' association today W. B. Rldge
loy. Comptroller of tho Currency. Wash
ington, D. C, dollvorcd an address on
"Bank Examinations and Failures."
NEW YORK. Oct 19. At tho annual
mooting of tho Crucible Steol company in
Jersey City tho stockholders authorized
the Issuo of 57.000,000 Drat mortgage 6 per
cent bonds. These bonds are to be se
cured by mortgaging tho property.
NEW YORK, Oct 19,-Undcr tho as
sumed nam of John Johnson, a man said
to bo a wealthy merchant of Denver,
Colo., has been removed from tho Hotol
Manhattan to tho Flower hospital suffer
ing from morphine poisoning.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 15. In com
p'.lanco with an order received by tho
Leaguo Island navy yard today from
"Washington, a dcLa',1 of marines was sent
to the Cramp's ship yards to guard tho
armored cruiser Pennsylvania, which Is
receiving lis finishing touches.
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. Tho pollco today
raided tho offices of tho Aotna Express
company, an alleged "got-rlch-qulck" con
cern. Dr. A. E. Sllvcrston, general man
ager, was arrested.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 19. Tho cflntraot
for tho construction of tho Government
bulldlngB for the Lewis and Clark centen
nial exposition at Portland, Or., has been j
awarded to J. E. Bennett of JPortland at
Trco Tea Selected Wisdom Tree Tea tho
pure, good tea sold in packages only.
H M t H M t M M M M II M i
NOTABLE DEAD OF DAY J
NEW YORK, Oct. 19. Maurloo a Pike.
C7 years old, onco widely known as an
actor, is dead on Hart's Island, where
'ho was ervlng sentenco of six months
for vagrancy. His first role was played
in a Bowery theater fifty years ago.
LONDON. Oct. 19 Admiral Van Slttart
is dead. Ho was born on July 21, ISIS,
and retired in 1ST3.
A NATURAL SAHTTARIXTfiL
What a Scientific Observer Ha3 to
Say About California,
Lieut. John P. Flndley, while In
charge of the United States weather
bureau at San Francisco, contributed
an article to a prominent magazine on
the climatic conditions of California,
in which the following statement ap
peared: "Theoretically, California should fur
nish the best and most varied health
resort and sanitariums In the United
States. Within her borders almost ev
ery form of wasting disease should
llnd the means of temporary if not
This theoretical statement, from an
unbiased, scientific standpoint, Is abun
dantly confirmed by experience. Tho
cool and bracing const climate, devoid
of any trace of malaria, extends from
the northern part of the State to the
extreme south. There Is the choice be
tween this cool, humid atmosphere and
the dry, warm atmosphere of the In
Of altitude there is yet a greater dif
ference. From Plain Valley, 300 feet
below sea level, to the upper Sierras,
7000 or 8000 above, any altitude can be
selected, and comfortable homes be
The peculiarity of an almost rainless
summer, during whlcn the injurious
germs-of animal and vegetable decay
are destroyed by thorough desiccation,
Is one of the striking features of Cali
During the rainy season It Is usually
too cool to facilitate fermentation, and
the result Is, except along some of the
river valleys, an absolutely pure at
mosphere. The ocean winds entering
through the several coast openings, are
tempered by the Intermediate area
passed over, and often receive desir
able healing properties by taking up the
resinous odors of the pines and red
woods of the coast range.
The skillful physician, ncojja.Jn.ted
find little difficulty in selecting a local
ity where climate and environment will
do all thut these agencies can ever do
toward tho restoration of health. There
is enough of wildness to keep the mind
constantly engaged, and enough of civ
ilization to satisfy the most exacting.
People whose systems are charged
with malaria, or are "run down" by
overwork, flhd Immediate and In many
cases permanent relief In this Invigor
For descrlpdve and illustrative liter
ature, call on or address, D. TL Gray,
general agent, S. Pac. Co., 201 Main
afreet, Salt Lake City. Utah.
POLITICS AT LARGE, f
PANTHER, W. Va.. Oct. 19.-Tlio last
day of the Davis whirlwind campaign
through West Virginia proceeded along
the southwestern border of the State.
VINCENNES, Ind.. Oct. 19. Tho special
train of William Jennings Bryan was
greeted by largo crowds. Speeches were
mildo at Shoals, Loogootee. Princeton.
Vlnccnncs. Poaeyvlllo ajid other points.
The night meeting was at Evansvllle.
NEW YORK. Oct. 19.-Gon. Nelson A.
Miles called on Judge Parker today. Lat
er he said: "All that Is posslblo Is be
ing done for Judgo Parker, and when
tho voters go to tho booths In the pres
onco of their God alono thoy will vote
tho Democratic tlckot."
Shake hands, we arc
friends, tea friends, friends
We have hosts of friends.
Year CToctr rvlurni your money if yoa don't lileo
IF YOU'VE BEEN BITTEN 1
B by fake schemes you aro now ready 91
fpr a fresh start upon a legitimate ba-
I sis. Wrlto or call and we'll ehow youl
the wav. N
J Utah. Commercial & Savings Bank I
I 22-24 East First South. Salt Lako City B
MmzM MEN AND W0MEft
flrUlJILKBKX Om Dig 6 for unnatural
Avu ( U, i drulH dlecbftrsea.lntliunmatlotig,,
JHV OimntJ V Irritations or ulceration!
Raff ni u lulfltn. of uaooat membranes.
ifyTl Pru CaUt. I'alnlMt, nnd not Mtrlu
TattTHtEVAHSCKtMlCllCa. geat or poisonous.
Mtt ClhOlWHAP.OjMM Hold by DrucTjtttJi,
SB.i, or itnt In pUln vrappr,
HIIImii irM tr expreM, prepaid, fat
'mHHWfl I1-00-or bonus tz.rz.
IllHanHrijl Ju"0i 1904
BYom Ogden, Portland.
Butto, Ban Francisco, Chi
cago, St, Louis, Omaha,
ana Denver 8d35 .HU
Prom Ogden and .intermedi
ate points OtlO ft.m,
From Ogdcn, Cache V .alloy,
and Intermediate- points.... XXSOO turn
From Ogdcn, Chicago, SU
Louis. Kansas City, Oma
ha, Denver and San Fran
Prom Ogdon, Cache Valley,
Butte, Portland and San
Fronde co 7x30-p.ni.
For Osden, Omaha, Chicago,
Denver, Kansas City and
St. Louis - Tsa-am
For Ogdon, Portland, Butt,
San Francisco and lntcnne- .
dlato points 10saQ-sa.ni.
For Ogdcn, Omaha, Chlcara,
Denver, Kansas City, St.
Louis and San Francleoo.. 1 ISO p.HU
iFor Ogdcn, Caoho Valley,
Denver, Kansas City. Omo
ha, St. Louis and Chicago.. StSiipjn
For Ogdon, Cacao Valloy,
Butte. Helena, Portland,
San Francisco and lntorme-
dlato points 11J p.m
T. M. SCHUMACHER, Traffln Ultr.
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. & T. A m
D S. SPENCER, A. G. P. &
Hy Tlckctofflcc 201 Main fitrtst.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Slain and South Temple St8.
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PHE9TON, Vice-President
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. 31' E WAN,- Asst. Cannier.
GENERAL 3A3TKLNG- BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicltod, Special attention ta
country trade. Correspondence lnvJ-5
J. E- CosgTiff, Prea. E W. Vilson, Cashlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT "WITH
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noblo, Vice-Presidents.
A. H. Peabody. Asst Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Tho Oldest and (Strongest Bonis In Utnb.
S urpl us7.V ".V.V ".V.V.V.V.V". . . . .14,273,000
Undivided profits )
Transacts a general banklntr buaineaa,
domestic and forolgn.
Direct connections with bantas ia nil
principal cltlos of tho world.
Drafts, On att
ixstiera 01 UTeaii, f prominent
Telesraphlo Transfers. J cities,
Deposlta received subject to clwcli.
H. L. MILLER, Cashier.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Caohlor.
ESTABLISHED ISfl. 1E0 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
O. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
"Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In Progress bide , Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, JO0, 000.00.
RAXT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1tS liXSaporattC C03.
Transact a General BankinB run ea j .
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
jQESEBET NATIONAL BAOT
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, $260,000
L. S. HTLL-S. MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HELLS.
Ctiohicr. ABat. Cannier.
Safe deposit boxes for ront.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX ...STcelden:
JAMES A. MlfRRAY Vloo-Prealdent
W. F. ADAMS Caahloj
CAPITAL PAID IN. 5300.000.
Banking In all Its branches transacted.
Exchange drawn on the principal cUticq
INTEREST PAXD ON TIME DEPOSITS,
Salt Lake City, UtaS.
Jl positive and 5-wrmanent cure for
drankenneoa and the opium diaeaaea.
There la no publicity, do olekneao. Ladlea
treated ao privately as at their ovm
homes. The Keeley Institute, ZM W. So.
Temple. Bait Lako City. Utah.
iplvEwery Woman '
lwU fwWJ AviVh. 14 totereeil nnd should knoir
ViViii tSiAIusMI about tho wonderful
ffllllfflH m MARVEL Whirlina Spr. v
VWftrMlTne new tmii
v VtNCCiL. "on and Sue lion. ftit-SaT
1 11 'Ifcfc "I 11 Convenient.
ik joar iJralit for IL. 'fl$L
If he cuonoi supply the v, fFSOffl!ffiM'i'5
SIAIiVKL, ncrept no NtSk AP--
other, but Mnd jump for vi ak'y'r
IUnstr.itd book-ft. It(rfTe vA ''''V!T
full partlcuir nnd direction In. Wit I im
Taluabl to Indies flIAKVICI,CO.,,,,WJ, ,,.
41 fnrk Uovr Xew VorJt. Viilijy
For sale by P. O. Schramm, S. If.
Hill Drug Co. and Chaa. Van Dyke.
f WINE of '
n FOR WOMEN J
going to the fair? I
I WHICH BOAD WILL YOU TAKE? I
j DENVER & RIO GRANDE
I , -Js the shortest and mostpopnlar. route !
1 C NATUEAL'IPICTDRB QALLEETLLLHEWAT, I
U 50 hours gdlnff. 49 hours retarai2$$toiigl& 1
1 scenery-on the American Continent !
I The Exposition Flyer j
I To -St. Jnis -without change of cars " f
Leavealt LakoaS p, m. daily-arriving atrSt-LouifrflrOO
p. hl second day. t
Compare theBe.flgawfl 'before accepting' the'olaims of 'put"
competitors , E
SONE HLtNDEED THOUS AT) -TOUBIfSTS 'AKLL
Testify thattheEio Gcande iBithe-onlywaivhen-yo'traTi-r S
(THAT'S "WHY WE- GETiTHE-,J3USI5TESS. J
First-olaB3 dining-car service. TlirotnjhsUinaii-flafffogK j
let Bleepers. Free reclhiing chair tsars. ' a
See any Rio Grande-Agent for further particulars
THRO' THE SCENIC ROCKIES TO I
ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE I
f leaving Salt Lake City at 3:15 p. m. Em
Arriving in World's Fair City at 7:19 a, ni. t&i
With six hours in Denver. - 1 ma
Surel'. this is the ideal arrangement-for your Ej
P Vorld's fair trip. Improve the opportunity by avail-
ing yourself of it while the rates are low. For do- g
HI (ailed information write today to au
I Questions About the
I World's Fair. I
p There are a lot of little thinga in connection
with a trip to the World's Fair at St. Louis that j
i you will wish to know rates, how long tickets jjSJ
EM are good, time of trains, whether or not a change j
Km of cars . is necessary, what one has to pay ior i
pi board and lodging.
I am in shape to answer these and similar jH
questions. Call or write if you want information.
BflB Tho Itock lalnnd System operates S3
mji through oleoptng cars dally Colorado to
IbWm St. Louis by wuy of Kansas City. Ro- rfn
duced ratoe In effect dally. Coach ox- c'
curalona at frequent Intervals. Pull In- r
formation on reqwcoU ' pg
ftf E. DRAKE, Dlst. Pass. Agent. p
1 1 (On tl nj Mill I C A' BIBLE, Trav. Pass. Agent J
IraWall lOO West 2nd South St, W
(KJCT jjlJB Si SALT LAKE CITY, TJTAH.(
IjHFnShJ C. B. BLOAT, Ocn'l Agt. Pass'r TJopt '
I DOCTOR COOK o(Tcn!f j
PEOSTATIO TROUBLES jrSfe. 1TEBVOUS DEBUOCF I
pernntly cured, no mab- ffif tO . , . , , a
ter how long standing th $ Curos quick and radical In J
Alae&Mt, In from 5 to 20 days. IE 1 M to 60 dayo, by my own fa- N
ofX moua method. I
STBICTUHE J tfff 2t R
cured In 16 daya, without fff V?t VABJCOCELE B
outtlnff. pain, drugs or U- S f mj fl Complotoly and permnnUy Q
tention from buslnew. 5. jSkmwk cured by my new prooooa; all S
t)MM dlsagrrceablo symptoms soon. 1
WASTINQ- WEAE1NESS . jf disappear complately and I
m . . VS .fjft forevor; it is safe, palnleoa 2
Time of cure 10 tofiO 'days, Hfcand bloodleoa. An absolute 1
me.) , I fiKKBK' BLOOD POI602T I
PBIVATE DISEASES 1lffl)Wm3mWMlllr Every vestige of poison ro
, , . . . ik , i &&w,3$' moved from eyotem. wlthoat
cured In 8 to 10 dRya. without X"1 old of morcury or notash.
th ucs of poisonous druua. N '
Consultatton jo free and InTited, aiid In consul tine mo you may bo our that !
nothlnff that ocienco can devise or oklll perfect haa been left undone to afford ;
you a speedy, aafo and permanent euro.
WRITE mo In full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appr to 1
3 you, and rocelvo by return mall my honest and candid opinion of your caac ft
gOOK MEDlgHL (BO., EmXa?lS: $
The Lagoon Road Lm
Salt Lako & Ogdcn Ball'way.
Tima Tnble In Effect Sept 6, 2004. kW
ZjBAVS) BALT IjAICE. 6:30 and 3 a. m
80 and 6t20 p. m. mWMm
LEAVE FARJ1INGTON AND LA
GOON. 7:80 and 10 a, in.. 4:30 and 6:30 p. m.
Extra trains at 11 a. m. and 1:30 n, m, oa Jmmm
Bundaya and holidays. Il
A. D. FIERSON, Ocn'l Paan. Agt.
J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE, 101 iLATN ST.
In Effect October 9, 1904.
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY. HH
No. 10 For lienor, Provo and
No. lOS-For Park City 8:lB a. m.
?o. G For Denver and Ernst.. .. 8:60 a. m. Hl
No. C For Ogdon and Wcbu... .10:60 a. m. WmmW
No, 1 For Ogdcn and West .... 1:45 p, m.
;o. 2 For Donver and Eaat 3:15 p. m. 'H
No. 8 For Provo and Eurolta... 6:00 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogdcn and local pta 6:C6 p. m. IHH
o. 4 For Denver and Enat.,.. Sr.05 p. m.
No. 3 For Oirdcn and West Jlr-iOp. m. HH
No. 112 For Bingham SrlO a. m. IBIH
No. 114 For Blntjham , 2:00 p. m. HUH
ARRIVH AT 8jLT LAICE CITT. hM
No. C From Ogdcn and tho Eaat &40 a. ci. llfi'll
No. 12 From Ogdon andJocal pta 10:25 a. m. BJH
No. 7 From Euroka and Provo10:00 a. m. HBIH
No. 5 From Denver and East.JOMO a. m. lloH
No. 1 From Denver and East.. 1:35 p. m lifiSI
No. 2 From Ogdcn and West... li:30 p. m. IHmH
No. 101 From Pane city . B:15 p. m.
No. 9 From Hcbcr, Provo and. HIH
Marysvale 6D0 p. zn. llfiH
No. 4 FromOgden and tho West 7aW p. m. HIH
No. 3 From Denver and Eost...llr3 p. m, RIH
No. 113 From Bingham 10:50 a. m.
No. 115 From Bingham 640 p. w. llftH
All train oxcont Nos. 1 to-ietop at In- IffjH
tormedlate points. IftllH
Tlckot office, Dooly Block. Hw
'Phono 205. , , KllH
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Por Provo. Lohl, FalrQeM axuX ' Wtm
Nephi. Monti and points on ! (
Sanpete Valloy Ry .7i3f.m I !
For Gorftcld Boaoh, Tooole, J H
Stockton, Mammoth, Eu- J
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For Provo, American Fork, . ,
Lehl, Juab, Milford, Frlcoo, . ; (
Callontcs and lntarmcdiato i M
points - M ....i6JSr-.pm, I I
(From Provo, American Forl . : fflll
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points . , ... ...... 8t3o:-m h
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Merour and Sanpoto Valley urn
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tEVom Silver City, Mammoth, Hi
Euroka, Stockton. Tooola jjS
and Garfield Beach. ..S335viwnJ fill
Dally Pullman Buffet Bleeping1 Car fler- Hjjj
Mco between Salt Lake, illlfoTd, Modena S
and Callentos. Jjl
Direct stagt connection for eH mtaiafl lEI
dlstrlots in southern Utah, end Nevada. Ijll!
-City Ticket Office, 201 Idaitt StveaU M
Tel ephone 250. IIS
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Genii Puis. Airt Dlat JPjojss.. Act. lilj
COLORADO-UTAH SHORT LINE
TO ST. LOUIS. jjf
Tbroush car. Salt Lako City H St.
Louis and ICansas Cltj'. Only one fcanga Jflj
ko New York, Buffalo and principal points luHi
East low rates for aumxnor travel. jirij
Especial attention to ladies and chlN lijft
Tourist sleepers through to Chicaco, juHj
Boston and other points without chango. jjffl
Two trains dally. Jll:
Inqulro at flckot offlco. 103 looly block. lHji
Bait Lako City. Any Information cheer- n
Tully given. H. a TOWNS3ND, $
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Louis. Mo. It'll
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I Greatest Phiy Ground on Earth. ; j
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HEALTH. PLEASURE AND Am
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C literature call at No. 201 Main 5 m
B Street, Bolt Lako City. Q HI
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Cheap Rates to 1
St. Louis I
AND OTHER EASTERN POINTS .VLV JB
We can save you money. Writo raw J? f
C F. WARREN, General AsnA