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il . sfrVRNiyO. DECEMBER .10, 1004. mrr,, - m T -r, r-T-xT, -v
MB ! TJELti SALT LAIvE TIODBTJaSTG. x pagenikw
w BTiV 12-UOOM ROOM
NKriNE BARGAIN. tovnuprlcc flCO.00.
BS- fawnc" Tof selling. B
JKltl af finff 2ndSouth. 1
J9P-TTFcr HOT RLAST
TSt r51 1:1 disss
fwV rnriKRN HOME, FINE
d00M M5g furnace; cast
lot. ncwf'at sncrinco by
'Wj Jdrf Y 2' Trlbu"- dl4,
TRrnOTUBK OF 7-ROOM
5S5S & W. 2nd So. d!332
H. tflK Phono
7)m:- TwraND piano player.
Kirchly renovated; new furnl
S 5 i the heart of the city;
WSu lights: owner sick and has
JWf1" ifance on account of III
4611 a( oW of St Elmo hotel.
WTI0NARY STORE, CLEAR
.JgfcA a monlh. for $100. Address
c3ff?iVTEREST IN ESTABLISHED
W, fconffctlonery business. Apply
t ffi 'B w s Tcmp d51s
fSTCALTHAM WATCH ES ; ?3 00
mftjS"'3, 0 E. 1st So. d2S2
rwros at a bargala; best lo
T?M. v?ar lease Inquire Nebraska
-qBfew'L6 2"d S" d336
'KTaND LIQUORS FOR THE
Mrir.t rreatly reduced prices. Coun
Rscr Hou. 10 E. 1st So. clfcK
SjKcTCLAii LIQUOR CASE;
tor Hauor and tobacco. Council
JerHwa. 10 E. 1st So. cl(33
KTlaRGR FIRE-PROOF SAFE.
JEia Van and Storage Co. C13S5
RfScOWVER PIANO; SLIGHTLY
hgHi sacrifice, owner must sell Im-lfeif-
Clayton Music Co.. 100 Main
ETISCORPORATE AND FLOAT
5Jf ggainlcs. Wo handle unlisted bc
Loans negotiated. Horatio GI1
rjTrA. Elllcott square. Buffalo. C11C3
IMES BOUGHT AND SOLD. IOWA
. jMu3 Yi. So Temple. alios
:' 'iMn CAN SELL ANYTHING
HIKa Tic Tribune Ads under thla
iTfcztnUv attract many Inquiries.
fBrcn- dty some -one paper has the
! iytg ill flaps of advertising.
ViBer cheap, upright piano.
MtiPiiwi 510. Atlas block. nl49
t '-.m IBIBUNi: BUREAU,
, 'Ma s-ree Telepbona 7S. n
I i WAS UNAVAILING
.i tla Tli Tribune
1 EX CITY. Utah. Dec. lS.-John R.
"-SH in, who died at his home on upper
1 .rtrct late last evening, wa,s an
jjB st resident of the camp, having
1 Ult abjut fifteen years. For sev-
bi ceths h: has b-en suffering grent-
; k in irons, and about a wek ago
1 jerau.a was pti-formed. which .it
.In liJjht at the time, would result In
v hla condition. But the relief
tai Wt ttinporarv. and his condition
Ai m$ days gradually grew worse.
dnib. lie leaves a wife and five
..Mi . .
ctr Ss'rlntendent of Schools Boy
l Hrfmade the first apportlon
1 c( cocnly school funds for this
3 r 71 ftaiounU to the different dls-
'"MOlows. Ilonefer. Coal
r CSlHoytsvllle. tt72; Wanshi ). 5131;
a? FIH- rcoa' 1381 : llamas. $m-,
p?rle. r-Tk, ?ni: Marlon.
Hiii Jgnd. iaC: Park City, J3558
Si,r)lne,s $252: Echo ?irs
l f Reck, H,
Jft'o- 2. O. E. S.. hold
I ins uiiation of officers In the
Wl lat oenlng. There ccrc
SSm"5?uctS? ,)y the retiring
PMr.M. M- F- Allcn- OS
sum!1 orlh: Matron Mra.
Sf nmrshal. and were
uiui and Impressive. At the
Jllallatlon a short musical
t7ii0sramm.e wns 'rendered.
H tn3.3!1111 PaKl matron's
MnMk lVh0 banquet
wrtook of the refreshments.
S IMOR CUTLER HAS
;-tt. " A rumor Is current
"Z; 10 'te crt that Janiea A. Har
K , an of Xo-2 ralne- )w
"'is Promise of tbo oppolnt
L 8 Mlno Inspc-pcior; and if so.
rteilmr;'cr h,s connection with
F ! "I"1??. ot No- 1 John
J urn Vlr" Mr Crawfonl-H place.
f1 U a .,no .Unu' I"1"1 tnat I
r ttmt thfiret or iho now year. J
If?!? Whii?"?1 1,la PltIon aa
v10,?1" "'ercantne ,n.
yiw l,nt . rn-"nlc1' Store company
Salt Lafcr succo,,l hero by G.
"hrl,LMr- ana J-hn
ik -m- .Moihsr and bnbo uro
ji!&tiUrl'ln No- 1 yo-
rtM ' ' '
b.5bmtr of drnnf? lM.t w,sc,. afnt
OM. . lrln.ciit by iho
a" re-louwij and
0r?KlbtlnK Put up by ih0 Baa
( Tribune's Ogden Boreao 1
g 2486 WASHINGTON AVE, ""TELEPHONE 111
1 Advortislng Ratea FatTtlahed on Application
AT THE HEALY HOTSL.
When you como to Ogden. opposlto the
union depot Tho celebrated Ostermoor
reit mattresses In every room. Sample
rooms nnd cafe in connection.
"'" " " DRINK
NATURAL LITHIA WATER
"Makes everything Good." JJ
F. J. Klcscl & Co.. Ogden. H
Rleger & LIndlcy. Salt Lake. Dls- W
flbutora y I
FOR HORSE THIEVES
Special to The Trlbuno.
EUREKA. Dec. lS.-Shcrlff Clark of
Elko county. Nevada, ami Sheriff Shields
of Tooelo county. Utah, were In Eureka
yesterday In search of two men who are
wanted in Elko county for horse stealing.
The men had been traced to this section,
hut the ofllcers were unable to locate
J. C. Sullivan, tho .Tintic operator, re
turned Inst night from Piovo nnd Salt
Lake, whore lie attondud the meeting of
the stockholders of the Grand Central
and Victoria Mining companies, in both
of which he is interested.
The local loduo of Elks will give an
entertainment enrly in January and a
fine programme is being prepared.
The contest between Roy Cownn and
Miss Chnppel for he office of County
Recorder has not yet been settled, but
it Is highly probable that the former will
be given the office. The Commissioners
expect to hold a special session to Inves
tigate the matter next week.
Tintic lodge No. 0, F. and A. M.. will
start out the ensuing term with tho fol
lowing new oftlcorB: Past worshipful
master, Fred Shoutz; woYshlpful master.
Elijah Bowen: senior warden, Captain
Hugo Deprezln; junior warden. Isaac
Barnard; treasurer. Ford Christensen:
secretary. Charles Cryger. Those officers
will be Installed December 27. when the
members will entertain their wives, fami
lies and friends.
Evening Star lodge No. 7. Dejrreo of
Honor, has elected these officers for tho
coming term: Past chief of honor. Mrs.
Emma Fullricrte; chief of honor. Mrs.
Mary M. Driscoll: lady of honor. Mrs.
Lizzie Jensen; chief of ceremonies, Mrs.
Surah Arngona; recorder. Mrs. Mamie
Stack; financier, Mrs. NolIIo Cook; re
ceiver, Mrs. Mary H. Driscoll; usher,
Mrs. Agr.os llayncs: Inner watch, Mrs.
Ella Donnelly; outer watch. Mrs. Selma
BorHn; trustee. Mrs. Margaret Shea.
Oqulrrh lodge No. 10. A. O. U. W., se
lected the following officers at the Hist
session: Pat master workman, F. Turn
er; master workman, Cy Dallin; foreman,
Phil Sullivan; overseer, William Loavltt,
guide, Frank Scappatura; inner watch
man. J. PInterella; outer watohman, J.
Aragona; tx'ustecs, George Hauson , and
Columbia lodge No. 2. Daughters of Ro
bekah, reports the election of tho fol
lowing officers: Noble grand, Martha
Kopman; vice-grand. Cynthia Moore; re
cording secretary, Lizzie Blight; perma
nent secretary. Alma Popo; treasurer,
Emma Stott; trustee. Harriet Tito.
Eureka aorle No. 217, Fraternal Order
of Eagles, will commence tho new year
with the following officers: Worthy
president, J. II. Byerly; worthy vice
president, Harry J. Blanc, worthy chap
lain. Edward Embleton; secretary, H.
Gustaldl: treasurer. S. J. Schnolter: con
ductor, Harry Evans; Inside guard, W.
H. Buckley; outside guard. Joseph Mar
tin;' trustees, John W. Taylor. James
Galley and Don Glorda; physician, Dr.
The KnlghtH of the Maccabees enter
tained their families very pleasantly at
their hall last night. Original games were
played nnd a nice lunch served.
DEEP SNOWS DRIVE
MINERS TO SHELTER
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Utah. Dec. IS. All
tho miners of tho Clipper and Oliver King
consolidated have conle down from tho
canyon, being driven out by the recent
N. K. Neilson of Pleasant Grove will be
come the principal of the Sprliigville High
school with -tho- beginning of the now
year, Tho - vacancy was caused by tho
resignation oX Marlon Greenwood.
Cards are 6ut announcing tho marriage
of Maurice Logic and Miss Pearl Bas
sctt, which will take place Tuesday oven-
Georgo Steele, who left here last week
for the Steele mining property In tho
American Fork canyon to spend the win
ter, waa forced to return last Friday on
account of one of his horses rolling over
the high dugwny.
Mrs. Robert Baxter, one of American
Fork's old citizens.' died here this morn
ing. She was both blind and deaf. Her
death was the result of grief because of
tho lose of her husband, who died hero
about six months ago. She could not bo
Best Remedy for Constipation.
''The finest remedy for constipation' I
cver'uoed la Chamberlaln'y Stomach and
Liver Tablets," sayj? Mr. Ell Butler ot
Frunkvllle, N. T. "They act gently and
without any unpleasant effect,, and
leave the bowehi In a perfectly natural
condition." Sold by all leading druggists.
RABBIT HUNTERS WILL
HAVE A CONTEST
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
MT. PLEASANT. Utah. Drc. 18. Mt. Pleas
ant vk. SimnlBli Fork. In a rnhbll hunt. Is
(scheduled for next Wednesday. l"lttcon picked
huntors from tho I'tnh county town will moot
n. llko number from htr. ami ilurlnK the nf
tornoon tho fllauchtor will bo terrlflo umonc
tho nlmroda and bunnlca.
Tho parties will chargo Hie enemy upon the
tmecbrush plain north und oaal ot thin city.
A npnrrliif: match will tnko place in tho ovo
nlnir between a Spanish Fork man and Dummy
Rowan of thin place. Tho evening will con
cludo with tho regulation dance.
Tho Horaco 1C. Turner art. exhibit for tho
hrnnnt of tho public whools will open for In
cpcctlon Dccumbor 21 and closo on tho -rl.
Each day a woll-selcctnd pmurammo will bo
icndored by tho puplltt of tho various svniXbt.
Invitations nrO bMiiR received here by lead
lug Domot-nila to uttond Ilia Jackson day
banquet at Salt Lake CHy on January 7, ,,
Special to The Tribune.
OdDKN', Doc. IS. Deputy 'Great Incohonah
Albright of the Order of, Rodman whs In
Ofiden today endeavoring to" rcvlv.0 the local
lodge. A meeting was hold nt the ofilco of
. O. Kind on Twenty-fifth street this after
noon, attended by n number of the members
of the defunct hhlge, and It waa the unanl
moUM opinion that tho lodge ahould lo romir
reetcd. Tho Redmon number nbout thirty Jn
Ogden and this Ik regnrded as an excellent nu
cleus around which tlio new lodge can form.
It l Intended to nud nut Jiollrltorn to secure
new members, as about evenly-llvc are dc
ulied before tho lodge Is Instituted.
As the Redmen are among, tho mont popular
and exclusive of the civic societies It is
thought that tho required number can le easily
blierirr Clark of Kllco. Nov., paMod through
the city today with a hOreo thief nrrcated In
After robbing tho Richards home at Provo
and leaving a decidedly crimson trail fmm
that iolnt to Logan, John Tmd Charles Itlcli
nrd. nged 16 and JC rcapectlvclv. nnd t'or
nclliu Mrlteavy, wero arrested In Ijgan to
day by Sheriff Harmon of Utah rountv. The
lads entered a bedroom In the Richards homo
whero Mr. Richards hud about JMO concealed
In somo lidding. They divided the money
and proceeded to paint tho country red. They
vlsltod fait Lake and Ogden on their way :
north, squandering their money rlghCiinil left
When arrested nt Iogan they had $50 left.
Three Years' liberty
Prisoner Who Escaped Pi'om Chain
Gang in 1901 Again in
After enjoying liberty for three years,
Charles Brown of this city has been tak
en Into custody and will bo compelled to
serve out tho balance of a ninety days'
sentence. Despite his vigorous denials,
the officers are sure thoy have tho right
man. although thoy experienced consid
erable difficulty In getting Iho man Iden
tified to their satisfaction. Ed Murtle, one
of tho trusties in tho city Jnll, finally
turned the I rick.
Brown was arrested Saturday afternoon
by Sergeant John JTcniple. At tho sta
tion Brown gave , tho nnine of Harold
Stanley and declared that Ills arrOst must
bf a case of mistaken Identllv. Tho re
semblance was so close, however, that'
Sergeant Hemple determined to hold the
mnn until ho could Investigate further.
Officer Sperry, who arrested tlio 'man
three years ago. was called In to Identi
ty Stanley. Sperry was quite sure thnt
lit- was the man wanted and asked.
"Don't you remember me. Brown?"
Turning slowly about with a disdainful
air, Brown, alias Stanley, replied: "1
have- never had the -pleasure of meeting
Stanlry was locked uo over night lo
await further Identification. As he awoke
and rubbed his eyes yesterday morning
ho saw In the cell adjoining the tamlliar
face of James Edward Murtle, booze
lightor and trusty, whom ho had met on
the chain gang three years ago. The
recognition was mutuul.
"Hullo, Nails," ex'elnimed Murtle In
surprise. "Phwat In hill air yoz doln'
there. " Brown was a carpenter by oc
cupation and had been nicknamed
"Nnlls" by the prisoners.
"Oh." replied Stanley thoughtlessly."
"I came back last night."
This was enough for tho ofllcoi"S. When
t!n-y learned that tho man had admitted
his Identity to Murtle their minds were
M-t at rcat. And dosnlte the fact that
Slanley still Insisted that ho Is not
Brown, he now realizes that tho llg Jr
up. Officers Furs'ti?? AntT Bush 3.111'ed
lated In the tiny and 'Identified Stanley as
the man who escaped -from the chain
gang In 1931.
Charlea Brown was arrested three
yc-nrs ago and convicted of exposure of
Iho person. He was given ninety days,
but after serving ten days of his time
escaped from the chair, gang near Mt.
Olivet nnd was never recaotut-pd Until
Saturday. He will bo taken before Judge
Dlehl this nftornoon and will no doubt
be compelled to complete the remainder
of his term.
O JSt. SJ "2? O JL jE Sl .
Bears tie Tho Kind You Hani Always BoujTli
An Orlg-ino.1 Natural Mineral Water.
The Munltou Table Water. Utnh
Liquor Co., Dlslr.
DIVERS TO SEARCH WRECK.
Seven Bodies Still in the Submerged
Boat, Glen Island.
NEW YORK. Dec. IS.-The wreck of the
lll-futed Glen Island, with only the smoke
stack visible, waa found toduy near
Hempstead harbor, L. I. Tho gfincral
manager of the Starlit Transportation line
hay sent divers to the wreck and will
spare no effort to find the bodies of I he
sevfcir members of the crew und two pnu
sengers who perished In the burning
Russians Escape on British Ship.
SHANGHAI. Dw.'i IP. It Is reported
that Commander Polem and others of tho
Russian torpedo boat destroyer Ras
toiopny. which was blown up by her
crew at Chefoo November 10, huvo es
caped to Vladivostok on -tho British
steamship Nlgretla. It Is said that the.
Japanese will attompt to effect llndr
WORD that word Is
It refers to Dr.Tutt's Liver PIUs and
Are you constipated?
Troubled with Indigestion?
ANY of these symptoms and many others
Indlcstc Inaction of the LIVER. '
Take No Substitute.
"Tr Seked Wisdom"
The pure, good tea, sold in
M. j. BRANDEN5TEIN & CO.,
Importers, San Francisco.
1 - DAYTON -1
I Drug Company, I
S 2nd So. and State. Both j
'phones 652. j
pj Christmas Gifts for him.
il Cigars, best mnde, Xmas
&j package, SI nnd S1.25.
pg3 Pipes galore, from 50c to $10.
HP& Gilettcs Safety Bazors, each
The State Bank of Utah
Cornor Main and South Templo StD.,
Salt Lake City.
JOSEPH TP. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlce-Precldent.
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Aeat. Ccxhlor.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
J. E. COSGRIFF. E. W. WILBON,
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
Commercial National Bank-
An Exponent of Conservatism Combined
J. J. Daly. W. P. Noble, Vlco-preoldents.
j A. H. PEABODY. A-sat. Canhler.
WELLS, FASQO & CO. BANS
Salt Lnko City, Utah.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
- Surplus J. ...fl4,37B,OOJ
Undivided profits J
, Transacts a general banking buulneBs
dome3tIc and foreign.
Direct connoctlons with banks In all
principal cities of the world.
Drafto, j on a;
Leltors of Credit v prominent
Telegraphic Transfers. oitlcs.
Deposits received subject to chock.
H. L. MILLER. Cashier.
H. P. CLARK. Aoat Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1811. ICO OFFICER
THE OLDEST AND J-ARGBST,
G. DUN & CC.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORQE RUST, General 2nrer.
Utr., Ifisho sr.d Wi'ominff
Office in Progress bldg., Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL- FULLY PAID, J 200, 000 00,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1659. Incorporated 1003.
Trar.Bact a General Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
JpESEBET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City, Utah,
Capital, 5500,000 Surplus, S250,000
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cnahior. Acst, Cashlor.
9afe deposit boxes for rent
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. 6 DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX Prcaidcnt
JAMES A. MURRAY Vice-President
W. F. ADAMf?,- Caahler
CAPITAL. PAID IN. S3O3.000.
Banking In all Us branches tranpnctod
Exchongo drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Jy-j-cCOBNICK & CO.,
Salt Lako City, Tj'tah.
FOa "IfirjEEH YEARS
S Primary, Soesntfiry or Torllary Blood Polscn
nj Ponnanontly Ounl. You can bo treated at fl
y hotno under snnio gnaranty. Capital KO0.0C0. 3
We solicit tlio inostob.itluato euiOS. Wn have t?
n cured tlio worst cas In IS to U5 doTi. If you U
3 hnvo taken mercury, lodldo potanh nnd still 3
y havo oehes and palni, Mutuh Patches in f.
Mouth, SoroThroiit.Plmploi.Copjior Colored 3
:)j fjpota. Ulcont onauy partof thobody, llalror 3
cj hyebrowa falling out, wrllo for proofs of $
S euros. 100-p.igu Book Frco. 2
REMEDY CO, ?
3 310 HA0KI0 TSMPLD, Cb:c4So, 111. '
LFffli iFfPa YOUNG. MIDDLE
W W I f3t M f AGED AND EDDER
jj i 3 ' i LY. If you are sexually
0 fi I I Wi weak, no matter from
a U ! I aPi R ' what cause; undcvel-
tUUfUl opod; havo stricture.
XX'rirzzli&Bg varicocele etc.. MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will ouro you.
No druga or eloctrlclty; 750,000 cured and
ievcloped. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
(rcu booklet Sent scaled Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. Jl C, Eramet, 233 Tabor
block. Denver S2) - - I
S Do Holiday s
You can do It successfully
with us. Wrllo nnd tell ud what
you are thinking of as gifts and xj
S? about what you de3lre to pay, fiW
cjv and we will ship the goods on
$K approval. They may bo returned
Cjfc If you are. not satisfied with our
0 selections. Each year we do
5 moro of this for out-of-town jsfo
SO patrons showing that we please ?l
J them Try It Telephone orders
fv filled promptly.
Druehl & Franken, 1
Southeast Cornor 3ain and (fy
? Third South Streets, Salt
k 'Phono 100. JjA
brought down tho lightning from the
clouds. Wo chnln It fast, nnd with n
little motor Install It In your residence or
store. There's danger, though, If the in
stalling Js Imperfectly done.
YOU AVOID DANGER
on any work done by us, or by using
candle or arc light wo put up. Our com
pleted contracts for new work or repnlrs
are outside the danger lino and our
charges are no moro. Electrical work
of ours is a guarantee of safclv.
I. M. H1QLEY & CO.,
Electric Wiring and Fixtures.
KO E. 1st So.. Ind. 'phone, 752; Boll. 242S-X.
" "BEST OF THE GOOD 0NE8."
Guaranteed to Be Absolutely Puro
Hewlett Bros. Co.
.x poaltlro and permanent euro for
druJ&?nness and the opium diseases. L
Thero is no publicity, no sickness. Ladles
trsntcd ns privately as at their own
homes. Tho Kcoloy Institute, 33-1 W. So.
Tomple. Salt Lake City, Utah. t
For ToiJel and Bath.
It makes tho toilet something to be
enjoyed. It removes all stains nnd
roughness, pr-.-venta prlrkly hunt and
chafing, and lenvs the skin white, soft,
lu-althy. In the bnlh it brings a glow
and exhilaration which no common
senp can equal. Imparling tho vigor and
Hfo sensation of a mild Turkish bath.
All Grocers and Druggists
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS. I
CIGARS A SPECIALTY. S
270STOFPICE BOS 375l J
! Edw. C. Gmlth, Proaldent.
John P. Cobb, Vlce-Prcaldent anA
! F L. Pearl, Secrotary. )
' H A. Knowles, Treaourer. J;
Ssoft's Santal-ftpshi Capsules
y-jZC Forlntlanitntttlon orOatarrhot
fX;x ' tbo JUlvvdder r.nd Dlefosod Kid-
rJ1: vSMivWey. M ewe no tay. Oure
fVS5J RJquloklr nd rnmnontly the
ta7 i I.1 worst crki of Gonirr.ioA
wl rjnnd Glcol, no mattor of bow
t"f5:i05r r Jong otandlnu. Abtulutely
t. iiV harmlcfs. Sold by dniggUtr,
iVjT "rlco 91.ro, or by moll, rest.
c"V p3,d' ' ' f50iM' 3-7i-
aTHE SANTAL.PEPSia CIX
vSi2o IBclIcion'talae, Ouls,
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lako City.
I fce Crystal mi f
239 MAIN STREET
Has Opened. '
J, Open day and night. Tel. 001-Y. o
X Truy Orders Solicited.
, r H
I Before in Salt Lake as in the immense assort- m
k merit of HANDSOME, USEFUL HOLIDAY
I PRESENTS? shown by SIEGEL'S. 1
I NECKWEAR, the latest shapes, H
I and patterns 25c to $2,50 I M
I MUFFLERS, in swell effects . 5C to $3950 1 I
HANDKERCHIEFS, linen, cot-
ton and silk . . 5c to $150
I SUSPENDERS, in Holiday boxes 50c to $L50 I I
UMBRELLAS and CANES . . . $100 to $J0 I I
I SHIRTS in natty colorings . $100 to $2,50 il
i x -'H
Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes Cut One-Fourth. ;H
I BIG SALE OF MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S j I
j SUITS kWi OVERCOATS STILL CONTINUES, j I
! DOCTOR COOK cZr$?lsoas I
i PROSTATIC TROUBLE3 Jtss- NERVOUS DEBIiTTY
permanently cured, no mat- ySje'fh Cures quick nnd radical.-ln- ,
- tor how long standing tho Sv0-"" " t0 M days, by-my-ownt'fa-j j fM
disease, in from 5 to 20 days. fry ( M nious method. Il
' STRICTURE M ' VARICOCELE - H
: cured in 15 dayo, without Off Completely end pormapent--
. cutting, pain drugs or d- tO ? y cupred byy my 4W vfScr,3; I
tentlon from buslncae. sAJ all disagreeablo symptoms J
WASTING WEAE1NESS Vt 500n disappear completely '
; Tim c rtT- in m ,io. and for.over; it is esXe. pain- , 1 fH
j hJSSoril i l ilL; Af Jz less and bloodless. Anvabso-
by my original, very ahnple vdVSnL luto euro guarantcad. 1
remedy (used exclusively by jf p) jSb i
: me- fiSN V MOT BLOOD POISON H
j PRIVATE DISEASES 'ffHlfeSEE Every vostigo or-poteon. re- t H
; cured In S to 10 days, with- g&a&jgaffl moved from system -without ' H
out tho use of poleonous a Vh,Jt a,(1 oC mercury or potaah.
ConBultatlon Is free and Invited, and Jn consulting mo you may ho,aur.that J , IH
nothing that acienco can devise or skill porfect has boon left undone- to afford ;
you a speedy, safe and permanent cure. H
WRITE mc In ful confidence, explaining your troubles a3 thoy appoar to'
you, and receive by return mall my honest' and candid opinion of your case. . I
f Microscopic and Analytic Physician. E
CURES Fits, Nervous Weakness. Nou- 8 IH
ralgla, Varicocele, Weak Spine. Bilious- B IH
nasa, Gravel, Sore Eyes, Lung Diseases, E 11
Tape Worm. Dyspepsia, Liver and Kid- f fH
ncy Complaint, Deafness, Catarrh, Ery- tM
slpelns. Old Sores. Scrofula, "Rhoumatlsm. ' 1
Stiff Joints, Piles In their worst form.
Thoso afflloted with Epilepsy or Fits can
bo permanently cured.
By tho aid or tho Microscope we can dc- H
tcct Calcut, Cancerous Mattor, Carbonate '. jM
of Lime, Albumen, nnd all extraneous A iH
aubstanccs mixed with tho Urine or
Blood. This is tho sclcntlflo principle of ,
treating Chronic Diseases. "
Can bo found at his office, St." Elmo Ho-
tel, from 10 a. m. to 4 p. ra. Rooms 17, IS ,
and Id, 7 to 9 p. m.
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS -n
HVLF ITS CURE.
j KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN, KNOW THYSELF. g 1
$$: We Tret Cure ! I
kJdJo ' i CATAKllU Deafness. Noso and Throat (r. JfcMvSV ! IkkS
'"rv nrA TrouUlo. Kr ana tnr DIbmWII, Uroiiclilul tegv. tisaSasB ! H
Jff!f'iir end I.unc Troubles, Axlbran, Stontnoli.UT- K e W1K a :
f.tttmV 5P or and Khlnoy DUcasC.1. "ladder Troubles. iPJWilx iH
VtVaUA t Koiuulo Complaints. Chronlo DlscaAos of .Ujft; , tLSWJ5 Jiil
i&JAi, ?IW Wotnnu and OhirdroU, Heart Dlscune. Nor- Q - f fr
s-5j VT toiis Dlneafo. Cliorea. (St, A Itus1 Daucol, .CV, JJt lH
A SfrS Sterility. Illokote.Spln.il Troublo, Skin 1)1- vtfiftu t vliH
V jpirA seasos. Sciatica and ltlioiimatlsia, Dlnoasoii SWtiXZS i IIH
Sa;i' or tbo UonoU. IMlo. fistula and Ileotal HilH
A k vST Troubles, (ioltro (Or bit; nook). Illood Dl- ?J jrWFr
i Jk. I senses. Tape Worm. Hay Fovor' JIrti:rlu, ?imV4fsZr I
KWSr L-yr?? Eiillopsy. luwuinla, otc.. and all JNorvous, Iwjfcftp'r ' UIH
irKtfc-i hV'IVrS? Privute and Chronla Dicnso CViiVr i 11
fe-vSsKy- Homo Treatment Cure. Write for - j&ftW-' H
iSff t'm$g&r&SMtia' mucsito. H
Weak Men - Pay When Cured! H
If you sutrur from any or U)o eaknosos or lSllTcA Youd do
Wo hBM.TOVouoir iklll In curln onilONlO YOU wllli h dUtlnctim dn It-T10lDua:J07
plotures and nddrcMui. , vmiVom". 1Mmw IH
WK CAN'T ITHLISU OlllC CUIttb natural Losica. ronlrnotcrt JJlsordors, Strlo- . i
IN PKIVATK UIS15ASBS ro. otc. rnitajilous JUlood 1'olson, and aU '
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Exp! Specialists, 248 'gSfflf.afe f
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