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I SECTION ONE THE SALT J LAEJ3 l ATR HERALD SUNDAY Sl D Y JULY JL Y 10 1904 19O E I
SPECIAL SALES SALESA
A STIMULANT STIMULANTr STI RULANT RULANTUusd
r Uusd to Overcome Prevailing PrevailingDullness PrevailingDullness PrevailingDullness
Dullness in Trade Tradei TradeCROP TradeCROP TradeCROP
i t
CROP REPORTS ARE GOODGENERAL GOOD GOODGENERAL GOODGENIuiLL
GENERAL REELING POR TEE TEETUI FIT FITfJUKB PZTTUEB
fJUKB IS Is OPTIKI3TIC OPTIKI3TICMerchants O O Ot OMerchueta
4 4Merrhaiita t
Merchants have ha a been Inclined to com complain eomplain eotnplain ¬
plain daring the past week qt the dull dullness dullnt duUness ¬
ness nt > ss that ltu 1 ha characterised c tel1Md local busi business busInfS8 buIhess ¬
ness In all 1 Jtaes This feature of o the thesituation thesituation tlitsituation
situation has been indicated by 1 the themany themany themany
many special sales advertised thus thusearly thusearly I IEarly
early in the summer ftllllfter At the same time timethere Umethere tiiflthere
there is an air of confidence among amongbusiness 1flOU 1flOUbusInee I Ibusinen
business men as a to the theimmedite immediate fu future fLture ¬ j jturt
ture that seems to be baaed on good goodreason goodrelUlOft goodreason
reason Crop reports and reports from fromthe tIOlRthe ftOflthe
the ranges are re largely responsible re for forthis tothis forthis
this condition The grain fields are arelooking arelQkjngo are1oo14ng
looking well better than for several severalespecially eVer1yars veral veralPUS
yars PUS past and as the area of wheat wheatesneeffly i iespeefttlly
especially is large the new crop cropI cropIOxpeeted te Mexpected teexpected
expected to put a large amount of ofmoney ofmoney i imoney
money In circulation clrcula Ol1 when harvested harvestedand harvesteda harveetedand
and a nd go far toward squaring up many manyold manyold manyold
old accounts accountsLittle aecountLittle aeeountLltUe
Little of importance was wa dene in the thev tbeway theWay
way v ay of real Jealetate estate transfers durjng the theweek theweek theweek
week although dealers all report many manyinquiries manyInqulrle many1nquIrI
inquiries and nd a steady demand f for r de desirable 4k 4ksirable desirahie ¬
sirable property both business u IneM and res residence residence rezHence ¬
idence The building situation remains remainsunchanged reIBdnsu remainsunchanged
unchanged u hanfed from previous weeks No Nonew Nonew Nonew
new buildings 1toIld1 of large arge dissensions Iors are arebeing arebting arebeing
being projected but work WOL1C1 is being beingpushed beingpU8hed beingpushed
pushed steadily forward en all build building building butMing ¬
ing in course of construction The Thebuilding TheLuildlng Thebuilding
building of homes remains one of the thedominating thedominating thedominating
dominating features of the local in industrial IndUltrtal Industrial ¬
dustrial situation and the fact that thatIn thtn
In n spite of the many new houses erect erected erectEd erected ¬
ed there afce ke still few vacant Domesin Domes nomesin homesn
in n the otty is taken to mean that the thecity theity theCity
city ity is enjoying a healthy growth TIM Tbefact TIMfact Thefact
fact fact too that t at no vacant store rooms roomsare roomsare roomsare
are to b 1 found In the business dis district district dietrict ¬
trict is ateo a aI regarded regard as a a good osd emen emenfor emenfor omen omenfor
for the buflness bfaen future of the city cityCommercial cityCommercial cityCommercial
Commercial Stocks Quiet QuietThere QuietThere QuietThere
There tat little to be said regarding regardinglocal regan1lnglocal regardinglocal
local atgfdendpaying a fdendpaYingstocks stocks Inac Inactivity Inactivity martivity ¬
tivity Jsrthe J the only word to be b applied appliedhere appliedhere ppttedhere
here IMcas Bicm remain practically practi aJIy un unchangafliand unhang tinhangodand
changafliand hang nd few and unimportant unimportantftsale althportantiI
1 iI ftsale salellla sales atjpQie srthe tbe only ones Q reported by Jo toTcal JoY
Tcal Y 1 cal ca I b bpatiipx The prices at the close closeof clo8eot closeof
of bmpfeas b bIbes5 for the week are aa a fol follower folloWS to tolows ¬
loWS lowerDeaeret loWSD lowsfleeret >
Deaeret D National Bank Z17 Z17Z Z77M Z77MZ
Z C M I IHorn MIM MIMHome IILISHnrno
Home FIre Ftr Insurance Co CoThe i WtM WtMThe 141 141The
The Utah Sugar Co o preferred preferredCommon I ICommon S6 S6Common
Common CommonState > IState W WState
State Bank of Utah M4 M4l 1401De84 44IS 44ISDeseret
l De84 Deseret > e ret Savings Bank BluakZion BankZion 3 < B BZions
Zions Zion e Savings StLvt 8S Beak i MI MIrtah I4II I4IIIth H HTtah
Ttah National Bank BankProvo BAnkProvo BankProro
Provo Com A Savings Bank 1SM 1SMI lD lDI lfl1Lehi
I Lehi ehi hl Com < om A Savings bank bankThatcher bankThatcher k kThatcher
Thatcher Bro Bte Co Logan LanFirst MSW MSWFirst Ui1tFIrst
First National Bank Ogn oaeaRocky 3W 3WRcKdty SCII SCIIRocky
Rocky Mountain Bell Tel Co CoDavill CoDavis MM MMI
I Davis > arta Co Bank Faraiagton Farmlntonogden 1MTW 1MTWgden neCIen
ogden < > en CaViniES Ean Bank BankCon Mt MtCon HIon
Con on W A t M Co preferred preferredCommon M54 M54Common II IICommon
Common Commonremont 8SM 8SMFremont ill illFremont
Fremont remont County Sugar Co CoAmalgamated ttM ttMAmalgamated te teAmalpmated
Amalgamated Sugar Co preferroa preferreoinmon SIJM SIJMCommon a a0ornmoo
Common CommonIdaho 0ornmooTltallo oinmon oinmonT4ho <
Idaho Sugar Co ItM ItMLejdston telIIekl 1111Lekiston
ton Iekl Sugar S Co i MM MMBONDS It ItBONDS 11BOD6
BONDS BONDSChurch BONDSChureh BOD6Church
Church bonds boadaCoimolidated 1st 1stConsolidated 11on
Consolidated on Ry A Power Co CoS COpttv CoS
S L I City City Bafiroad bonds bondsSumpter WL WLSumpter
Sumpter pttv pttvltab Valley aiIey railroad rallread1mb = MS MSrtah
rtah County Co Dt7 Light A Power CO oTIle E 1N34 1N34The Ms MsThe
The only onl stocks m In which any stir was wasTiotlceaMe Wallnoticeable wannotlceabie
noticeable at any time oaring the week weekwere weekwtre weekwere
were the sugars mar and this was one eto to the theindicating theTPpor thereports
TPpor reports renina iJllf In from tile beettldds beettlddsindlcatlnt beet flelds fleldsindicating
indicating that the eroo roD this year year will willsurpass willsurpaa Willnurpans
surpass even the great yfeM of last year yearBank JWIBank yearBank
Bank Clearings ClearingsThe
The bank Hearings for tbe week follow followcompared f followcompared Uo UoOmparfd
compared with the corresponding eorre week weeka
a year er ago agoJuly
11M 11MJuly 4 4Tuly
July 9 9July i S IIS IISTub 5v5S it J iBMK JII JIIJuly I Iaj
July JulyJuly f al aj M t5SW7J5l 4i7flJuly t5SW7J5lTotals C CTuly
July 1 1July iIW7I 71 L41J1 L41J1July Ii IiItil
July Itil S SJuly 15 xn xnJuly Mt3C71July
July 9 3olL4S fZl fZlToaln 11 11ToCaIII
Totals a OMKJKJ mm1f mm1fTIIANKS avL43LsiTHANXS 7S 7STHANKS
THANKS POE THE MANY MANYHeal XANYReal Y YRcal
Heal Bstate Men Acknowledge As Assistance Assistance s ssistance ¬
sistance sistanceThe sistanceTAe sistanceThe
The Real Estate E tate association issues a acard acard acard
card of tanks to to all who contributed contributedto
to o the success of the th real estate e day dayat dayat dayat
at Saltair The address issued izmed to th thpublic the thepuWIc theiubi1c
public is as follows followsThe foiloWIIThe foilowaThe
The Salt Lake Real tat E aseocia ansocialion aseociation
lion wishes to tender to the public in inf Ingeneral
1 f general its hearty thanks for the lib liberal liberal libera ¬
eral era patronage whl which h made the first firstreal firstnal rst rstreal
real estate day a grand d success To Tothe Tothe Tothe
the SaJtatr Beach management and the tbecoKsesstonaires tlIeCN thec1seealonaIree
coKsesstonaires CN who responded gener generously generouaty generounly ¬
ously and especial IaI thanks are tendered tenderedto
to the donors of prizes and advertis advertising advertltng advertlaIng ¬
ing space to The Herald the Tribune Tribunetbe Tribunetbe Tribunethe
tbe News the Telegram Goodwins GoodwinsWeekly GoedwlnseekJy GoodwinsWeekly
Weekly eekJy Troth Dally Reporter Sena Senator SeDator Senatot ¬
tor Kearns DeWitt B Lowe F Auer Auerbach Auerbech Anerbach
bach t Bro J H Hamlra Harry HarryDonn BarryDonn HarryDoun
Donn Big Four Advertising company companyF Y YF
F E McOnrrin X 1Irrin = Co Union Savings SavingsInvestment SavingsInve6tment SavingsInveetment
Investment company Utah Savings SavingsTrust SavtnpTrust SavingsTrust
Trust company company Utah Independent IndependentTelephone IndepeDdentTelephone IndependentTelephone
Telephone company Salt Lake Saddlery Saddlerycompany Sad41erycompany Saddlerycompany
company Samuel Newhouse e Frank FrankKTKMC FrankKnox FrankKnox
Knox Aaron Keysor F D Clift Colo Colonel Colonel Colenel ¬
nel S B Miner llDer Ezra Thompson ThompsonKeithOBrien ThomJOnKelthOBrlen ThompsonKelthOBrIen
KeithOBrien company Brown Terry TenrWoodruff Tel3Woodruff TerryWoodruff
Woodruff Bothwell A McConaughy McConaughyand
and to the firms m furnishing material materialfor materialor
for or the building of the prize house houserCIng howtetlng houseUng
101 rCIng Hardware company Utah Lena Lumt LuDlfor
t er > r company comp ny Parker Lumber company companyTaylor companyTaylor pany panyTaylor
Taylor Romney ft Armstrong Arm troD < Morri Morrison MorrIon Mornnn ¬
son on A Merrill George Romney Lumber Lumbercompany LumbercmPlD Lumbercmpaay
company cmPlD Pacific Lumber company companythese coythese companythese
these donations of material not having havingbeen hav1 hav1bf havingbeen
been bf > en previously mentioned mentionedWe
We axe a not forgetting < the many mer merchants merchants tearchants ¬
chants who so kindly assisted ed us In htselling InSElIing Inselling
selling tickets and so freely closed their theirstores theirft theirities
stores ft for the day and we return ow owsincere O1Iri1fere menineere
sincere thanks for the same sameWe samee sameWe
We e wish to assure the public that thatthe thatthe thatI
the I he Real Estate association will judi judiciously jodljfusly juditiously ¬
ciously expend the proceeds of the ex excursion excutsicm cxcurelon ¬
cursion to the very best advantage of ofthe orthf ofthe
the > business 1Ju inM interests In of the city ettyMary eftyIany cityMany
Mary plans of advertising advertf tnlf are being beingconsidered beingronslderld beingonsIdred
considered by bythe the association and the thebst the8t thebst
bst 8t idea Id a will be adopted and pushed Ithroush penbedthrough pushedthrough
through at an early date so that the thecity tilecity thertty
city in particular and nd the state Jn gen general gencml n nfral ¬
eral win be benefited ted thereby therebySALT tlle1ebySALT tierebySALT
SALT LAKE REAL ESTATE ASSO ASSOCIATIdN ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIb
CIATIdN By ByA ByA ByA
A C SADLER SADLERW SADLERW
W G TUTTLE TUTTLEEDGAR TUTTLEDGAR TUTTLEEDGAR
EDGAR S DARLING DARLINGCommittee DARLINGComiuttlee G GCOIIIIIIIttee
Committee CommitteeHORTICULTURISTS COIIIIIIItteer COIIIIIIItteeHOR ComiuttleeHORTICULJJRISTSM
r
HORTICULTURISTS HOR lCUlJURISTS MEET MEETJdston r1EETListon EET EETListen
Listen tb Address Addr 1 y J i J Isaac ac of of Calf Califaraia CaIif8Irnia CalfI
I faraia an Irrigation IrrigationThe
The Salt Lake County Hortteattaral Hort1 WtanJ < so society 80detymet soI
I ciety detymet met et at 1 oclock yesterday after afternoon afterbOOIt afternoon ¬
noon In J the City ity and County building 1aIIIII IJIIIrwith buildingwith bnUdtawith
with J P Sormsmi Sor nson in 11 inthe the thechal chair J 1 Isaac Isaacof lacfJt isaacof
of S scrarnenn cmnien < > val < al secretary tary of th thsUte the theslate thestate
slate board or r horticulture of that thatve state stategave stategave
gave ve an Interesting address adck on horticul horticulture borticultore 1 1ture ¬
ture In California from which it ItJ sd cesns cesnsthey e ethey
they practice mulching to a very v 7 great greatextent greatextent greatextent
extent in some instances Inst not Irrteatta Irrteattaat IrrlIaUacat irrigating
l at all during the season He tf stated that thatwhere thatwhere thatwhere
where orchards or < bards were overirrigated nerlMi ated the theb thebd thebed
bd b d effects ett ts were w re very Vfr noticeable in the
taste of the aj apples ptes He spoke at length lengthon en th thon
on the pest of the state and their suc success IiUCc eucces ¬
cess c in flzhting n = htiag them themThe tD themThe < m mThe
The Commercial ciuh extended an inv invtatton Invltation invtation
tation to the society to hold a meeting meetiIt m mIts 1ftIts inIts
Its building at a date to be belater arranged arrangedlater arra arraIater
later laterMr IaterMr laterMr
Mr TaYlor of the Agricultural colle colleat eoQ9IIr eoQ9IIrat ooilePat
at LOgan visied i < id the society ty ar anli < 1 stated statedtbate statedth statedthafnn
tbate th thafnn tf n agrLuitural agr uitural paper was as about to tobe tobe toTho
be > fsBu rshUfr1 rshUfr1Tho i iTho
Tho ssxfef tb thn n adjrarncii until July 21
4
FALLING WATER WATER1AT VJATERAT
AT KANSAS KAr SAS CITY CITYSituation CITYf CITYSituatIon
t f
Situation Also Improving Impr ving at atOther atOther atOther
Other Points PointsPEOPLE PointsI PointsPEOPLE
t 4 4PEOPLEMOVING I
PEOPLE PEOPLEMOVING JMOVING MOVING BACK HOME HOMEGOVBE3TS HOMEGOVBR1iXE1lT HOMEGovBBw3ENT
GOVBE3TS GOVBR1iXE1lT E3n AID ATT > FOR THE THEKansas TXBSUFESRERe THEKansas
SUFESRERe SUFESREReKansIJ
Kansas City Mo July 9 iFlood iFloodwaters IFlOodwaters Flood Floodwaters
waters at Anaoordaie k Argentine and andlower aDdower andlower
lower Kansas X city Kansas on lae laeravins teraging
raging Kaw and nd west to Manhattan Manhattanhalf I
half way aerow a Kansas bare be ve fatten fattensteadily fAliettdlly iLH iLHsteadily
steadily dlly since late lat yesterday and today todaycontinued todayountinued
continued to recede The water at atManhattan atM1taMttanbecame atMuahattait
Manhattan M1taMttanbecame became stationary at mid midVtgftt n d dntgiit
Vtgftt after rising steadily all day dayyesterday dayyesterday
yesterday ye and nd then began to go 0 down downeliminating ooW1eJlmtu dOWfleliminating
eliminating the last dancer of further furtherdamage furtbtftiamage furtherdamage
damage at the mouth of the Kaw RawalIMg or oralong oralong
along its course The stage here was wastwo WAStwo wistwo
two feet lower than y yesterday eterday In InArmourdale InArmourdale InArmourdale
Armourdale however the water stood stoodover stoodoyer 5toodoyer
oyer six feet deep in the lowest places placesThe placesThe placesThe
The Missouri river at Kansas City Cityand Cit CitaDd Cityand
and north ala J receded rece ed fast and no noadditional noadditional nOadditional
additional damage to Harlem or the theeast theeast theeast
east bottoms will result from the over overflow oerftow ovenflow ¬
flow of that stream In the west w t bot bottoms bottome ¬
toms on 0 nthe the Missouri MiSS Hl1 side where the theflood theflood
flood < resulted from backwater from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the Kaw the fall was more noticeable noticeablethan noticeablethan noticeablethan
than elsewhere el ewl ere and at the big whole wholesale wholesale wholesale ¬
sale business houses confidence was rasrestored wasrestored as asrestored
restored and the merchants Is began to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return their goods od6 hurriedly taken takenaway takenaway takenaway
away at the first sign of danger At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the stock yards rds the fall was 6 slow and andconditions andconditioNs andconditions
conditions were ere still bad Most t of the thepen thepen thepens
pen pens were flooded and it will not be bepossible bepoMible bepossible
possible to handle receipts before Mon Monday Monday Menday ¬
day dayI
I Trains Moying MoyingI MoyingThen
I Then railroads are recovering and andtoday andI andtoday
today every line west and south oper operated operated operated ¬
I ated some trains in and out of Kansas KansasCity KansasI KansasCity
City although lug with little regard to toschedule toschedule o oscMdule
I schedule Railroad R lroad officials and busi business bUSIness busiflees ¬
ness men whose wh ee interests were a crc affected affectedsay affectedsay affectedsay
say the damage locally to property is isinsignificant Isinaqpuficant IsInsignificant
insignificant when compared with Jth last lastyears lastyears lastyears
years losses es One reason for this of ofcourse ofis ofurse
course urse is the fact that the water was wasten wastea wasten
ten feet lower this year y ar and the rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads and merchants proftted by their theirexperience theirrlenee theirvperIence
experience rlenee in lie 193The 1 1I liet
t The relief committee of Kansas City CityKAJlaaB CityJ
1 I Kansas which is caring for theiftMor toM iHI or org00
6 g00 M homeless in the suburbs of that thatcity t thatcity at atCity
city have decided that no outside aid aidis aidis skiis
is needed except that granted by the thewar thewar thewar
war department The committee de decided decided de decided ¬
cided to accept any an contributions that thatmight thatmght t tm
might m = 1ht be made but not to appeal for forthem frtIteM forthem
themLieutenant them tIteMf
f Lieutenant Colonel R It H TL Lough Loughbrough LouShbrough LoughI
I brough of Fort Leavenworth Kansms Kansmswho KanSllI
I who was sent by y the war department departmentto
1 to investigate the situation has recom recommended recommended recentI ¬
I mended that 26W M rations be given the thecity UeI tiecity
city today and additional food sup supplies supplies suppiles ¬
I plies be sent each day da as needed An Anofficer AnI
I omcer accompanied the rations ratio 6 and andwith andI I
I I with them were ere sent cookng utensils utensilstent utensilsI utensilstents
tent for 860 persons 2 tQ 0 Tots and 400 400blankets tooblankets 400blankets
I blankets A refugee camp has been beeni
I i opened as 5 lat year and all the suf sufferers surr sufI
I ferers are being well taken care of ofI orlaDY
r I I Many < persons are returning to their theirI their1Io
I h 1Io H eg in the higher parts of the flood flooddistrict flooddi flooddistrict
district di trl < t as the water a ter recedes r es but it will willI ill illbe <
I be many days before the great reat ma maI mtljorIfy majoilty
I jorfty of the Hooded house ho are inhabit inhabitable InhabitaWe inhbiLable ¬
able aWeSITUATION
SITUATION AT TOPEKA TOPEKAWater TOPEKAWJLter TOPEKAWater
Water Palling Pa Eili ling and Citizens Beturn Beturning Returning Beturnjug I
ing to Their Homes SomesTopeka HomesTopeka KomesTopeka
Topeka Kansas July IB LBy By the the gov government ge geerDment goverument ¬
ernment guage tte Raw river at this thispoiat tblspotat thispoint
point showed a measurement Su t of 0175 0175at 171 171at ITIat
at 7 oclock and 173 at S oclock o Iock Sol Soldier SoIdJer 501dier ¬
dier creelc cre l in North Topeka ha has re returned returned ¬ I
turned to Its channel and the back backwater backwater backwater ¬
water practically receded from the theyards theyards theyards
yards and street Business men are areopening areopenlftg areopening
opening up their stores and citizens citizensmoving citizensmoving citizensmoving
moving into their homes homesThe MmesI MmesThe bonimThe
The Santa Fe road sent Its first train trainsince trainsI trainslaqe
I
sI slaqe since the flood east e st to Kansas City
direct this morning morningThe mornIngUnion morn3ngThe
The Union Pacific is using ether etherlines etherUItM etherlines
lines their own east and west est being lteIngOtIt beingout beingout
out of service The Rock Island as aswell aswen aswell
well as the Missouri Pacific have re resamed reAmed remmmcd
samed traflc traflcMORE traftclORE tinileMOB
MORE lORE SATS AT WICHITA WImIITALittle WTKITALittle WICHITALittle
Little Elver Had aaitnenced Commenced to Fall FallBut FallBut PailBut
But Hose Again AgainWichita AgainWlchl AgainWichita
Wlchl Wichita Xan July tTle The flood floodsituation 0000lIItt floodltvatIpn
lIItt situation in Wichita today toda shows little littlechange littlechange littlechange
change The Little river receded recededsttgntly recootdtJy recodedslightly
slightly tJy after midnight but an n early earlymorning earbmorning earlymorning
morning downpour caused the back backwater backwater beckwater ¬
water to go back to its old mark This Thisi Thisis
i is I causing the most trouble Chishotm Chishotmcreek ChlshofmI Chishosmcreek
I creek has ha risen during the night nt ht and andis are areb arJin
is now > higher than tJtantt it has been at ary arytime aT aTI aT7time
time Second nd street bridge bH wItch wUchthe wi withe w4the
the only means of getting t te and from fromCollege fromCollege fromcollege
I College hill has been n closed closedValley closedValley closedValley
Valley Center reports a fall in the theLittle theLittle theLittle
I Little river of more than a foot during duringI duringthe
the night nI < bt The rain there was slight slightOther sUgllOtbe slIghOther
I Other points of upstream report con conditions conelition conditloea ¬
ditions unchanged since last nigit nigitAid nlb nIgitAid t tAiel
Aid For the Sufferers SufferersWashington SufferersWadalncton SufferersWarhlngton
Washington July 9 tActIng Acting upon up a areport areport arepent
report from General Bell Be who invwtt invwttsated Invn InvnI Invte4iI
I sated the conditions at Kansas City Ckygrowing Ck CkBIOwtnc Citygzwlng
growing out of tile Hood Acting Acful Secre Secrek Seeretars
k tar of War Oliver has tetegrpltci tetegrpltciGeneral telegrti telegrtiGeneral telegripbcII
t I General Bell to issue 1000 tent tentdaya wnj wnjfive no1fIve
five days rations for the relief of the theI t tftood theflood
I flood sufferers i The supplies will 11 be bedrawn bedrawn bedrawn
drawn from Leavenworth Ti s is f an anemergency anemergency n ne
emergency e ncy measure and will be fol followed fit fitlowed l llowed ¬
lowed by further relief rell K IfWarned necessary necessaryWaxned necessaryWarned
Warned to leave Home EomeArkansas HomeArkai1sas KomeArkansas
Arkansas City CIt Ran July 9 IAi IAiI 9Aithough Al Although ¬
though h the Arkansas aS river hers is isstationary isj isstationary
I
j stationary and the Walnu is falling ftt1Jtn ftt1Jtnf fallingslowly fltlHngslowly
slowly Arkansas City is experiencing experiencingtlte expene expenencngthe ng ngth
f the worst wet flood in its history The Theeakes Thekes fhedk8
eakes kes are weakening weakenln and people in the thelowlands thelowlands thelowlands
lowlands have been warm1 to leave leavetheir 1 eatve eatvetheir v vtheir
lowlands their homes Part of one bridge bd ge is out outand outand outand
and all railroad trainee tral ce is a a stand standstill stall stallttll stsisstill ¬
still ttllSURVIVORS
SURVIVORS EXHAUSTED EXHAUSTED2w
2w 11 ew York July 9 9A A cablegram caIbIe m ro received roMft4I rocalved ¬
calved today by the agent of the Scan ScandinavianAmerican ScandinavianAmerican ScandlnavlanAxoerlean ¬
dinavianAmerican line said that six sixof sixof sixof
of the nineteen ninet passengers pa eengers of the Xorge Xorgerescued KorgeIIMeUfCl NorgeI
IIMeUfCl I rescued and landed at Thorshaven Fa Faroe FaI ¬
I I roe islands were in such an exhausted exhaustedcondition exhaustedCORdltlon exhaustedcondition
condition that they were unable to glv glvtheirnames gltheirnames give givetheirnames
theirnames The other thirteen sur survivors surviYOrs stirvivors ¬
vivors are described as Alfred Eikidson EikidsonJoint EJktdsoilJolla EikldsomJohn
Joint Torgersen en Edward Torgersen TorgersenAnders TorsersenArHIers TorgersenAndom
Anders Kriston Jansenitts Jen M L Kristen Kristensen Kristensen Kristensee
see sen R R J 1 Vaaganxen Oliver Vaagan Vaaganien
son Mariano Rasmtezen Alex Nelsen NelsenOte NelsenOi NelsenOle
Ole Kid Sigurd Neilsen en and Rubin RubinTaubchln RUbinTaul RubinTaubchIn
Taubchln cbln
00 00SBVERB
SEVERE EXPLOSION EXPLOSIONChicago EXrL03IONClticap EXPLOSIONCkIeao
Chicago July 9 IThe Th plants of the theNational theaUooal theNtIonal
National Prevision company was dam damaged damaged ¬
aged 75 7SMW by fire today As a result resultof resultof resultof
of the tire a e terrible explosion occurred occurredIn
In a big new sewer in Thirtyninth Thirtyninthstreet Thirtyninthstreet Thirtyninthstreet
street For a distance of a mile along alongthe alongtM alongthe
the thoroughfare manhole covers were weresent weret wereomt
sent t high in the air I r and the street sur surface surface norface ¬
face was so damaged that car and andwagon andwagon andwagon
wagon traffic was suspended for the theday theday theday
day
e e 0 0NBGRO
NEGRO LYNCHED LYNCHEDColumbus LYNCInIJColumbus LYNCHEDColumbus
Columbus Columbus Miss July 9 9A A negro negroa negrone
1 1narig narig a unknown has been lynched l nched at atGbrdo atCOnte atI
I Gbrdo COnte Ala A f4yr pr making insulting pro proposals proI protioeals ¬
I posals to two white women onen The negro negrowas negroWa9 negrowas
was taken from the thejaU jail at Gordo by a amob am amob
mob m b and a d hanged hangedCTKP hanged1m hangedCUt1QIL
1m m
OUT 1mOUT CUt1QIL CUt1QILPtttsburg 3IQI31 3IQI31putsburg cpL cpLPUtsbulg
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of 5 cents ntSin in the theoil > prfccoT PMi rh11 aJlgraacgOf aJlgraacgOfoil ltad t toil
oil tva wac made today Iff the Standard StandardOil 3tandit 3tanditI rtI rtIOil
I Oil r t nJ 1 iltany > any a1 a1t
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BRYAN SUFFERS SUFFERSFROM SUFFERSFROM I IFROfv1
FROM OVER OVERWORK OVERWORKStrain WORK WORKStrain
Strain of tne Convention Left LeftHim leftHim LeftHimAlmost
Him HimAlmost Almost a Vreck WreckBRONCHIAL VreckBRONCHIAL VreckBRONCHIAL
BRONCHIAL TUBES AFFECTED AFFECTEDOTHER AFFECTEDOT
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St Louis Mo Me July 3 grllere There was no noregret noregret noregret I
regret on eu the part af the delegates delegateswhen deIateswhen t twhen
when they completed their work worktqmgJit worktqmgJitand tonight tonightand tqnlghtand
and started Btr d foi 1QI their Hones to set t setae setaesleep htflesleep
sleep > Thevatram titnlln of the bat three days dayslias daSJI
lias JI been the most severe vere e in tbe history historyof j
of pttftjcal p6U 1 gatherings ptberl S and It is begin beginning beginning beginning ¬
ning to tellon tell on many delegates especi especially especially ¬
ally the delegates on whose shoulders shouldershas shouldersau shoulderslean especiI
has fallen tb thEt bulk of tbe committee committeework committeework
work workWilliam workVUllam workWilliam
William J Bryan a has already alread suf suffered suffered sottenet ¬ I
fered a temporary collapse He left leftttte leftthe leftthe
the hall about halfpast balf NIst i this morn morning mornlog ¬
ing as soon as the nomination nomin tion of Par Parker Parker Parker ¬
ker was assured without without waiting for forthe torthe forthe
the completion of the call and accom accompanied accompanied accentpanled ¬
panied by his brother entrenched him himself himself himself ¬
self in his h room at his hotel where he hegave hegave hegave
gave orders that t he was as not be dls dlstyrbed d dlstrbed s strbed
trbed tyrbed under any circumstances In Inaddition Inaddition Inaddition
addition to the lossof loss oC sleep he had hadundergone badundergone hadundergone
undergone amounting now to nearly nearlyseventytwo nearlyseventytwo I Iseentytwo
seventytwo consecutive eon utive hours he is istroubled istroubled
troubled with a badcold and his broth brother ¬
er and his close friends are doing all allthey allthey allthey I
they can to force him to take some somerest somerest somerest
rest He was not at the afternoon ses session session sesslon ¬
sion of the convention conventionTwo coftyc consiitionTwo = htIon htIonTwo
Two Doctors Doct rs Called In InSenator InSenator InSenator
Senator Pettigrew of f South Dakota
FIRE DID DIDNOT NOT OT DAMAGE WYOMING WYOMINGOIL WYOMINGOIL I
OIL FIELDS FIEIDSTO TO ANY GREAT EXTENT EXTENTI i iA
A I
s Special > to The HeraU HeraULander HeraUlAnder HeralLander
Lander Wyo July 9 9C 0 July 4 the theowners theowners theowners
owners of the Murphy oil wells near nearthis nearthis nearthis
this place caused a large arge lake of oil to tobe tobe tObe
be fired the oil having Increased in inquantity 1ftquantity mquantity
quantity until there was danger of o it itoverflowing itoVerflowing itoverflowing
overflowing valuable meadow land and andruining andruining andreining
ruining the hay crop July 4th was wasselected W11Sselected wasselected
selected as the time for firing the oil oilfor 011for oilfor
for the blaze would form a very ap appropriate appropriate appropniate ¬
propriate part of the Independence day daycelebration daycelebration daycelebration
celebration celebrationThe celebrationThe celebrationThe
The oil burned rapidly and soon the thefifle thefi theflue
flue fi reached the proportions of a huge hugeconflagration hugeconflagration hugeconflagration
conflagration The flames shot Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the air a distance of over 1M 1 feet and andgreat andgreat i igreat
great clouds of dense black bla k smoke smokeraised smokeraised smokeraised
raised and floated away The T > fire at attracted attracted attracted ¬
tracted widespread attention being beingseen beingseen beingseen
seen by ranchmen and others from a agreat asreftt agreat
great distance distanceBefore dlstaJIceBefore distanceBefore
Before the deposit of oil on the theRAN theRAN theRAN
RAN FOR HIS LIFE LIFEIncensed lIFEIncensed LIFEInconsedParishioners
Incensed InconsedParishioners Parishioners Par shlonsr3 Chased a Priest Priestat
at t Pittsburg PittsburgPlttsburg PittsburgPlt PittuburgPlttsburg
Plttsburg Plt burg Pa July tSboutlng Shouting for forthe forthe forthe
the police and pursued by several hun hundred hundred hundred ¬
dred of hi hh irate parishioners Father FatherB
B Bekavac pastor of the St Nicholas NicholasCroatian NicholasCrOUan NicholasCroatian
Croatian church in Allegheny narrow narrowly narrowly narrowly
ly escaped injury and perhaps death at atthe atthe
the hands of several hundred infuriated infuriatedmen infuriatedmen
men and womdn IIoom n last night Through Throughefforts Throughefforts Throughefforts
efforts of the police who guarded the theentrance theentraBCe theentrance
entrance to the priests domicile the thestorming thestorming thestorming
storming of the house was prevented preventedand
and the orowd finally dispersed dispersedThe dlsp dispersedThe l1ld l1ldThe
The trouble was started by b a member memberof
of the church making the allegation allegationthat allegationthat allegationthat
that the pastors fees for officiating ar archristenings atchristenings archristenings
christenings weddings and funerals funeralswere funeralswere funeralswere
were exorbitant exorbitantThe exorbitantThe exorbitantThe
The members threaten that they will willI willtear willtear
I tear down the church if Bishop Phelan PheJanI Phelandecides Phelandecides
I decides to retain Father Bekavac < as aspastor spestor tupastor
pastor
aa aaCRIME
CRIME TO BE AVENGED AVENGED3turderers AVENGEDMurderers AVENGEDMurderers
Murderers of the Maxwell Brothers BrothersWill 13rothcrsWill BrothersWill
Will be Shot ShotEl ShotEl ShotRI
El Paso Tex July 3 Preparations fPreparationsareDetng 2Preparationsare Preparationsare
are areDetng being made at Hermosillo Mex Mexico Mexleo tex texfor ¬
leo for the t e execution eXe < ution by shooting of ten tenMexicans tenMexicans tenMexicans
Mexicans under sentence senten for the mur murder murder neontict ¬
der and robbery rODbe of the Maxwell broth brothers brothers brothera ¬
ers and Enoch Wood Woodworth Voodwortbon worth on the El ElTigre ElI ElTigre
Tigre about two months ago The TheMaxwells TheJtaxwells TheMaxweIIs
I Maxwells were werepromtnent prominent rominentbuslness business men menwho menwho menwho
who had come to Sonora to examine examinesome examineseine
some minds mln s and had employed Wood Woodiorth Woodas Woodorth
iorth orth as a guide They camped at the thecrossing theng therosuing
crossing ng of El 1 Tigre trail and a river riverand rivcrand riverand
and were murdered while they slept meptTwenty sleptTwenty sleptTwenty
Twenty Mexicans were ere arrested for forthe forthe forthe
the crime and ten have been convicted convictedMURDERERS convictedMURDERERS vieted vieted4ca
4ca 4caMURDERERS
MURDERERS OF ETZEL ETZELWILL ETZELVIIll ETZELWILL
WILL BE PUNISHED PUNISHEDWashington PUNISHEDWashington PUNISHEDWashington
Washington July 9 2MInister Minister Conger Congerhas Congerflas Congerhas
has cabled the state department that thatthe thatUae thatthe
the Chinese government after making makinga
a thorough investigation of the inci incident Incld mcident ¬
dent d Dt has 8 ordered the punishment of ofthe orthe ofthe
the officer and soldiers lellers who fired on and andkilled andkilled andkilled
killed Louis Etael the newspaper con correspondent e conrespondent r rI ¬
I respondent re pooclent In addition it has under lIDdertaken nudertaken undertaken ¬
taken to t pay an indemnity of J26WO J26WOMexican S6tIQIexiean 2LI0Mexican
Mexican which aum wUl be turned turnedover tumedover turnedover
over by the state department to the thewidow thewidow thewidow
widow and mother of Stzel BtzeIln tzel In Denver Denverand Denverand Denverand
and to other members of the family famUyacccordfng famOycconUag familyacecordlng
acccordfng to the decision of f the dead deadmans deadmans deadmans
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St Louis July Jul 9 9Judge Judge Thayer In Inthe iftthe Inthe
the United States district court today todaysentenced todaysentenced todaysentenced
sentenced to fifteen days in jail Ed Edwards Edwards Edwards ¬
wards J Gildersleeve Gilderst ve a ticket ti 1 et broker brokerwho brokerwho brokerwho
who disobeyed an injunction restrain restraining resttalnIng restrainJug ¬
ing him from selling railroad ran d Worlds Worldsfair Worldsfalr Worldsfair
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the Flavor Tree Tea has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
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was wa among arnon the the few persons permitted permittedto
to see Mr Bryan and he made a brief bneCcan briefcall j jcall
call Upon him at 4 oclock this after afternoon afterhoon afterhoon
hoon After leaving Mr tr Bryans room roomthe roomthe roomthe
the senator saM s 1d that Mr Bryans Bryansbronchial Brfanl5bronchial Bryansbronchial
bronchial tubes had been n bedly at affected atfeeted atfected ¬
fected and that two physicians had hadbeen badbeen hadbeen
been called In They f found < und one of the thelungs thelungs tholungs
lungs slightly affected but a change changefor changefor hangefor
for the better had taken placeand place and the thephysicians thephysicians thephysicians
physicians expressed the opinion that tbatall thataU thatall
all danger had passed They ordered orderedcomplete orderedcomplete orderedcomplete
complete rest r st however and Mr Bryan Bryanwill Bryanwill Bryanwill
will go to a place in the country near nearhere nearhere nearhere
here He will not again appear in the theconvention theconyentfon theconvention
convention Senator Pettigrew ex expressed expressed expremed ¬
pressed the opinion that Mr Bryan Bryanwould Bryanwould Bryanwould
would later define his attitude toward towardtbe towardtbe towarelthe
tbe Democratic ticket but said that be bewould bewould hewould
would not do so until tll he could < have havelime ha havelme Ye
lme to grve most careful consideration comddera1ionto j
to whet he might say sayHill nyRill sayBrn
Hill Fatigued FatiguedDaYi PatiguedDftv j jDavid
David Dftv B BHDl HOI was late in arriving at atth atth6 atth
th th6 hotel this afternoon and even his bisjoy hisjoy hisJoy
joy joy at at the success s r f his b candidate dic1aledfd dic1aledfdnothfdetw did didnot dldnot
not nothfdetw hide tire fatigue and nervousness nervousnesswhich nt nrvousnesk nrvousneskwhich nou U1e U1ewh <
wh which the long sessions of the resoltf resoltftions ruolUons
committee and of the tb convention conventionand conventionand conventionand
and of the numerous caucuses in which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he was as a leader have brought bro gbt upon uponhim uponhim
him 1 1I
himam himI
I am feeling better I have had four fourhours fo fotrhours r rhours
hours sleep said Senator Tillman os oshe s she She
he arrived at the Coliseum this after afterneon att attneon afterneon >
neon but he found few fe of his con conferees cOuferees rotferees ¬
ferees who shared tbat feeling fe < Ung vith vithhim v 1L th thhim 1 1hI
him hI
himJohn
John Sharp Williams was as used np npafter l1Pafter upafter
after his first session i as temporary temporarychairman tesupor teneporrychairman n ncl1alrman
chairman an for the last two diys diyshas dlYShS9 thyshasbeen
has hasbeen been suffering suf erlnb from hoarseness hoarsenessChamp j j jChamp
Champ Clarks Voice Gene GeneChamp GoneClpimp
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Champ C1 Clark the permanent anent chair chairman lhatrman ibairman
man at this afternoon s session s > s im was wasunable wasunable s sunable
unable to make himself heard bejvnd bejvndthe bey j 1d 1dthe d dthe
the first four rows of seats II lie has hashis hashis hashis
his secretary to make the announce announcements announcements announcements
ments for him through the negipbon negiphoneThese negipbonThese neglphonThese
These are only a few of tin t1 ieadPT ieadPTwho leadpTwho leade9who
who show strain of the last iew f ew w days daysand dlyaand
and itr is the concensus of opinon opn m that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this convention has establishea esta llg eJ a t itc H Hord itord = j jord
ord for hard work and long l hours i
bosom of the lake had been destroyed destroyedby I
by b the flames a high wind sprung up upand upand
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and the fire was communicated to an nnother anotter another
other lake Jak Iaka a short dtence dJeilnce away This Thisoil Thisoil Ihisoil
oil was also burned burnedNo burnedNo burnedNo
No other property was destrojed and andthe andthe andthe
the loss Is absolutely nothing for the theoil theoil
oil was valueless ae there is no re refinery refinery refinery ¬
finery on the ground nor means rn ans of oftransporting oftransporting oftransporting
transporting the prpduct to the Casper Casperrefinery CasperrefinerY Casperrefinery
refinery refineryThe refinerYThe refineryThe
The burning of the lakes of oil gave gaverise gaverise gaverise
rise to all sorts of sensational reports reportswhich reportswhich reportswhich
which were sent throughout the coun country country coontry ¬
try One report had it that represen representatives representatives en ¬
tatives tath of the Standard Oil interests interestsfearing interestsfearing interestsfearing
fearing competition had fired tte ttereservoirs Hereservoirs I
reservoirs of oil and other absurd absurdstories absurdfftories absurdstories
stories were circulated circulatedThe circulatedThe circulatedThe
The lakes will fill up rapidly with withoil withoil withoil
oil as there Is no way of taking care careof careof careof
of the natural flow from the springs springsand sprln sprlnand sprlnsand
and it is expected that the product will
be MImed bornedagain again as ll it was on July 4 4BENCH 4BENCH
BENCH WARRANT FOR FORGEORGE FORI FORGEORGE
GEORGE W BEAVERS BEAVERSWashington BEA BEAVERSWashington VER
I Washington July 9 9At At the thelnstanee thelnstaneer thee Instance Instanceof
of r United States District Attorney A tOlU Y I
Beach the district supreme court to today toI toI
I day issued is < u d a bench warrant for George Georgesalary GeorgeW
I I W Bea Beavers ers the former head of tb the
I salary and allowance division of the thepostoffice I II I Ipostoflice
postoffice department under one of the theconspiracy theconspiracy
I conspiracy indictments against him himBeavers himBe himBeavers
Beavers Be vers Is now in New York York where here h hhas he hehas
has been fighting against return to tothis tothis I
this city and the purpose of this laU laUwarrantIt lat latwarran lateWarrant
warrantIt Warrant 1t Is understood is tdvexpr t ex ext exr
dltg t his hisjeinoval rthiovalto removal to this t is jurisdiction jurisdictionGenuine jUrlsdledon junlsdletonS U UGenuine
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In Effect May Slut 31st 1904 1904TIME 1904TIME 1904TIME
TIME TABLE TABLESalt
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GOING GDLItGLEA GOINGLEAVESALT LEAVE LEAVESALT VB VBI
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No No2 S 5 51 p m mNo to toNo inNo
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No 14 800 p m mNo mNo inNo
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No H 830 p m
No 13 I 1C00 p m mNo m mNo inNo
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knOwn k n w 1 Our buyers all during June have been negotiating negotiatingwith
with mills and factories to bring about this splendid occa occasion accasion ¬ r
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tomorrows advertisement advertisementDangerous N I ISANDS
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DRS SHORES THE CHRONIC DISEASE EXPERTS SOUND A NOTE OF WARNING YAR I G TO THE THor THorSANDS THOISANDS
SANDS OF SUFFERERS Sl ERERS FROM FRO CATARRH THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES WHO ARE PUTTING OFF OFFTREATMENT OFFTREATMENT OFFTREATMENT
TREATMENT FROM DAY TO DAY AND TEMPTING TElIPTI G FATE BY ENTERING UPON ANOTHER A OTHER WINTER WINTERWITH WINTERWITH I IWiTH
WITH THE BARS THROWN DOWN TO CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONSUMMER CONSFMPTIOKSUMtER CONSUMPTIONSlIMMER
SUMMER IS THE TIME TO CURE CATARRH AND CHRONIC DISEASES QUICKLY AND PER PERMANENTLY PERlIANENTLY PERMANENTLY ¬
MANENTLY MANENTLYQne lIANENTLYQne MANENTLYQne
Qne Months Treatment Now Is Worth Three Months1 Month MonthsTreatment Treatment t This Winter WinterIF
IF YOU HAVE A SLIGHT COUGH COUGHIF IF YOU YO CONSTANTLY CONSTA TLY SNEEZE SNEEZEIF IF YOUR HEAD AND A D NOSE NOSESTOP NOSESTOP NOSESTOP
STOP UP UPIF IF YOU HAWK AND SPIT IF YOU HAVE TICKLING IN THE THROAT THROATIF IF YOU ARE GROWING GROWINGHARD GROWINGHARD GROWINGHARD
HARD OF HEARING HEARINGHEED HEED THE WARNING W ARNINGTHE THE AILMENT MAY BE SLIGHT NOW NOVIIT IT WILL ILL PROBABLY PROBABLYBE
BE INCURABLE NEXT N XT SPRING IF NEGLECTED DURING THE COLD WINTER MONTHS YOU CAN CA PUT PUTOFF PGTOFF PUTOFF
OFF TREATMENT TREATMENTBUT BUT YOU CANT CANrPUTOFFTHEUNDERTAKER CANTPUT PUT OFF THE UNDERTAKER TODAY IS YOURS YOlTRSACT ACT WHILE THERE THEREIS
IS EVERY REASON TO ACT ACTTHE THE SEASON IS RIGHT RIGHTDRS DRS SHORES FEES ARE SO LOW THAT THB THBPOOREST TngPOOREST TH THPOOREST
POOREST IN THE LAND MAY BE CURED TREDHtTNDREDS HUNDREDS OF < YOUR FRIENDS FRIE NDS AND NEIGHBORS SAY DRS DRSSHORES DRSSHORES DRSSHORES
SHORES CURED THEM THETWTY CTTV N NO NThT T YOU YOU CAN CONSULT DRS SHORES FREE WHY NOT CONSULT CONSULTDRS CONSGLTDRS CONSULTDRS
DRS SHORES TODAY THEY WILL WI L EXAMINE AND ADVISE YOU ABSOLUTELY FREE OF CHAftGE
5 a Month MonthtTledicines Medicines Free = For411 Catarrhal Chronic Biseases5 Biseases5READ
READ THE STATEMENTS OF THOSE WHO HAVE HA YE TRIED DRS SHORES TREATMENT T EVERY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY EVERYDAY
DAY YOU LOSE ADDS TO THE COST OF YOUR CURE CUREAN CUREAN CUREAN
AN OGDEN LADlES TRIBUTE
READ THE STORY sTORYAS AS IT COMES CO ES FROM HER GRATEFUL GRATEl 7UL LIPS LIPSLOOK LIPSLOOp
LOOK LOQ LOOp AT HER ER KINDAND KIND AND MOTHERLY FACE FACETRUTH TRUTH AND D HON HONE5TY HO RONErY N NE
E5TY E Y IS i WRITTEN WR TTEN IN EVERY LINE OF IT ITIf ITIV ITl
If l YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT HER CURE CU CUREWRITE CUREWRITEHER WRITE WRITEHER WRITEHER I
HER OR CALL ON HER SHE WILL LL BE GLAD TO TALK WITH WITHYOU WITHYOU WITHYOU
YOU ABOUT IT
Mrs Mary A Ueertsen 1425 14 142 24th St sL Ogden Utah UtahHere UtahHere UtahHere
Here are Mrs Geertsens own words I deem It my duty to tender tenderthis tenderthis tenderthis
this my m testimonial as an offering of gratitude as I 1 feel that under God Godthe Godthe Godthe
the miraculous medicines of Drs Shores Shores has been the means of ofrestoring ofrestoring ofrestoring
restoring me to health and changing my m life from one one of depression and andpain andpain andpain
pain to one of joy and happiness I suffered for years was all run down downcould downcould downcould
could not eat sleep or think thlnkin in fact had Nervous Debility De6 lity In the worst worstform worstform worstform
form accompanied with Catarrh and torpid liver bad kidney and bladder bladdertrouble bladdertrouble bladdertrouble
trouble and It seemed E as though I must die until I began a treatment with withDrs withDrs withDro
Drs Shores Shores I must say their medicine has done wonders for forme forme forme
me and I cannot praise them or their medicine too much for I can now noweat noweat noweat
eat and sleep well and in every way wa feel like a new woman It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been nearly nine years since I was cured and I feel like encouraging every everyone everyone everyone
one suffering as I was to go to them for aid for I know they will do their theirpart theirpart theirpart
part to cure you if you will do yours I will say to you Doctors go on in inyour inyour inyour
your own way for in blessing others you oumDY may be blessed Is the wishes of ofSigned OfSigned ofSigned
Signed
MARY A GEERTSEN
1425 24th St St Ogden Utah UtahDRS Utahi5Rs
DRS i5Rs SHORES < SHORES SHORESOPPOSITE
OPPOSITE KEITHOBRIENS KEITHOBRIENSx I KEITHOBRIKNSiSPECIALISTS ITHOBRI S SSPECIALISTS
x SPECIALISTS SPECIALISTSHouston SPECIALISTSHouston SPECIALISTSHouston
Houston Block 29 g South Main St Salt Lake City CityOFFICE CityOFFICE CityOFFICE
OFFICE OFFICE HOURSrWeek HOUR Week dajs 12 l a m to 5 p m in Evenings 7 to S p m mSundays mSundays inSundaYs
Sundays 10 a m to 12 1 noon
Notice of Assessment AssessmentLITTLE AssessmentLITTLE AssessmentLiTTLE
LITTLE CHIEF MINING 8 MILLING MILLINGcompany MILLINGcompany nLLINGcompnny
company Principal place of business at atSalt atSalt atSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice No lce Is hereby herebygiven Ilereb3given herebygiven
given that at a meeting of ofthe the board of ofdirectors efdirectors ofdirectors
directors held fen the 23d day doyof of June JuneISM
ISM an assessment of one O I cent per pershare pershare r rshare
share being assessment No 20 was lee levied leV leVied leeied ¬
ied upon the capital stock issued and out outstanding outstanding tjutstanding ¬
standing of the corporation payable im immediately 1mmedJattly h hmediately ¬
mediately to J Oberndorfer secretary 0f 0fMain orh ofthe
h the company at his office rfl No No 161 SOuth soutkIaln SOuthMain
Main Ialn streetSalt street Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny t UtahAny tahAn
Any An stock upon which this assessment assessmentShall assenemeflibll ctS8Nm rtt rttblln
Shall blln remain unpaid unpdtdon on the 2Sth day of71u1 of ofJuly ofJuly
71u1 July IDQiJyiU 19i1Jkw lt be de deJl deliquent quent u Dt and a all alllls a4iVUsed < n > r rIJsed
Used lls d fbr Ibralont Spitfrat 1t 3t p JltThUr blif auction and un unless une un1esSJlnlme1it ¬
less 1esSJlnlme1it e jmyment te maPle m l1E before wlU bt b s ld
on the th 16th day of August 1904 to pay pa pathe 1
the delinquent assessment together with withthe withthe wit witthe
the cost or advertising and expense ex > ense of ofsale ofsae ofsale
sale J OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERSecretary OBERNDORFERSeCretary OBERNDORFERSecretary
Secretary
No 1O South Main Street Salt Lake
City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice to Contractors ContractorsSEALED ContractorsSEALSD ContractorsSEALED
SEALED KIDS WILL BE RECEIVED RECEIVEDcording RECEIVEDvp
vp lp t6 Wcdnesd Wednesday July 6 l liOl to 12 1 nOQn1 noon noonkt
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WE TREAT TR J T AND CURE CURECatarrh CURECatarrh CURECathrrh
Catarrh and Stomach Trouble TroubleKidney TroubleKidney
Kidney Diseases Bladder Troubles TroublesHeart TroublesHeart TroublesHeart I
Heart Diseases Diseases of the theStomach tteStomach theStomach
Stomach and Bowels Piles Fistula Fistulaand Fl5tulaand Flstulaand
and Rectal Diseases Female Com Complaints Complaints Cornplaints ¬
plaints Diseases of Women and andChildren andChildren andChildren
Children Rickels Spinal Troubles TroublesSkin TroublesSkin TroublesSkin
Skin Disease Deafness Asthma AsthmaBronchial AsthmaBronchial AsthmaBronchial
Bronchial and Lung Troubles Con Consumption Consumption Consumption ¬
sumption in the First Stages Ovar Ovarian Ovarian Ovarinn
ian Diseases Sciatie Rheumatism RheumatismEye RheumatismBay
Ha Bay Fever Neural Neurslia ia Hysteria HyslerlaEyc HysteriaEye I
Eye and Ear Diseases Disea Goitre or orbig orblg
big neck La Grippe Lost Man Manhood Manhood Ian Ianhood ¬ I
hood Gonorrhoea Syphlllls Blood BloodDiseases JiloodDiseases BloodDiseases
Diseases Scrofula all forms formsof formsof formsof
of Nervous erou and Chronic Diseases Diseasesthat DlseallesL1tat Diseasesthat
that are curable curableIN curableIN curableIN
IN DISEASES OF MEN MENFifteen MENFIfteen UENFifteen
Fifteen years eaTS ago go Drs Shores ShoresShores ShortSShores ShoresShores
Shores established a special depart department department department ¬
ment ment exclusively for men suffering sufferingfrom sufferingfrom ufferingfrom
from private diseases This depart department department department ¬
ment offers many advantage First Firstof Firstof Firstof
of all we say sa to those e in need of oftreatment oftrcatment oftreatment
treatment that we effect eff t a complete completeand
and permanent cure in every case caseundertaken C8SCundertaken caseundertaken
undertaken So confident are we wetbat wethat e ethat
that our treatment cures that thatare we weare weare
are willing to wait for our fee r e until untila
a cure is effected we W We have the thefinest thefinest thefinest
finest equipped laboratory In the theWest tbeVest theWest
West where medicine of known knownstrength kno1D5trength knownstrength
strength Is 1 furnished to patients patientsthereby t Atientsthereb aUents aUentsthereby
thereby thereb doing away a W1l with the humil humiliation humiliation humitiation ¬
iation of taking a prescription to tothe tothe
the druggist when everybody who whosees whosees 00 00sees I
sees the prescription prt > scriptlon knows what whatdiseases wbfttdiseases whatdiseases
diseases such medicines are pre prescribed prescribed peescribed ¬
scribed for forAll forAn forAll
All diseases treated This Is a agrea agreaT agre4
grea greaT advantage advanta e to those suffering sufferingfrom snKerlnfrom sufteilngfrom
from private diseases as it does not notcompromise notompromlse notcompromise
compromise your reputation rep taUon to be beseen be5een beseen
seen coming or going to Dr D Des Shores Shoresoffice Shoreofftee Sborenoffice
office as it is generally gen rally known that tbatthey thatthe thatthey
they the have the largest la t and most mostrespectable J1108tres mostrespectable
respectable res ectBble practice of any phy physicians ph phsicians physicians ¬
sicians in Salt Lake City We claim claimto
to be thoroughly competent and andreliable andreliable andreliable
reliable We Ve offer absolute prelec prelection protfClion proteetion ¬
tion as to privacy We Ve furnish furnishpure furniehpure furnishpure
pure medicines We make quick quickand qui quirkand k kand
and permanent cures And we are arethe arethe arethe
the only physicians doing business businessIn buineIn
In the West rest who take the stand standthat standthat standthat
that a doctor is not entitled to his hisfee hisfee hisfee
fee until his patient is cured curedRemember curedRemember
I
Remember the examination is free freeat frf frfat freeat
at the office or by mail and If you youconclude youconclude
conclude to take treatment for any anyprivate anyprhate anyprivate I
private disease we art willing to towait towait towait
wait for our fee until you are arecured arecured arecured
cured curedHome curedHorne curedHome
Home Treatraentof Traatment Ko h0 beencnrodf one beencnrodfDrs deprived deprivtdof
of tile benefits of ofDrs ofDrs
Drs Shores treatment because of ofliving ofliving ofliving
living at a distance from the office officeThe officThe officeThe
The same wonderful and uniform uniformsuccess uniformsuccess uniformsuccess
success attending the treatment of ofDrs ofDrs ofDrs
Drs Shores in their office Is found foundin foundin foundin
in their home treatment of patients patientsby
by b mall By B the use of a symptom symptomblank symptomblank symptomblank
blank they are able to diagnose diagnosecases diamocases diagnosecases
cases and prescribe for them and andby andby andby
by thejjr th r reports keep a close watch watchupon watchupon watchupon
upon them Patients living In the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country may enjoy enjo the benefit of ofDrs o oDrs ofDra
Drs Shores skill as well as those thosein thosein thoseIn
in In the city clt Write ite for symptom symptomblank symptomblank symptomblank
blank and have your our case Ctl diagnosed diagnosedIt
It will cost you nothing The charges chargesfor
for home treatment are re S a month monthall mnthall monthall
all medicines free freeCONSULTATION freeCONSULTATION freeCONSULTATION
CONSULTATION FREE TO ALL
524 Dooly Doo building Salt Lake City where whereplans Wb whereplans rc rcplnns
plans can be seen on and after June 2 219W 26
19W and at Nicholas choas Hair BIngham can canyon canyon an anyon ¬
yon secretary Bids will ba opened open d at atthe atthe atthe
the secretarys secret tys house July 6 6 19M at 12 12noon 12nOon 12noon
noon A certified deck of S per cent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the amount of bid must accompany each eachbid eachbId eachbid
bid The trustees reserve the right to toreject toreject toreject
reject any or all bids bidsThe bidsTh bidsT1It
The Th time for opening the above bids has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been extended until July 16 and notice is ishereby ishe ishereby
hereby he b given ra tt that they will be opened at atthe atthe atthe
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