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I 8 rl THE SALT TAKE HERALD TUESDAY rrl SDAY JTXE JLl 26 1906
SAY ITS WORK WORKIS
IS A SUCCESS SUCCESSOfficers
Officers and Members of M MM fliM NiM
M A Hold First SemiAn SemiAnnual SemiAnnual SemiAnnual ¬
nual Meeting MeetingIT
IT HELPS HOME INDUSTRY INDUSTRYNEED INQIJSTRYNEED
NEED OF INTERURBAN LINES LINESAND LINESAND LINESAND
AND BETTER STREETS STREETSAbout STREETSAbout STREETSAbout
About fifty members of the Manu Manufacturers Manufacturers ManufacturGrz ¬
facturers Merohants association were werepresent wereJresent were1rezent
present at the organizations first semi semiannual semiannual semiannual ¬
annual meeting me ting last evening It was washeld washeld Washeld
held in the Knights of Columbus hall hallin hallin hailIn
in the Jennings block President Orson OrsonH
H Hewlett presided The meeting was wascalled wascalled wascalled
called to order at 830 oclock Presi President President President ¬
dent Hewlett explained the business businesswhich busine6swhich businesswhich
which would be discussed at the meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing and thenpresented then presented the following re resort reIJort rernrt ¬
sort
Report of President PresidentThe
The report of the president Orson H HHewlett nHewlett HHewlett
Hewlett told of the formation of the as association assocIation association ¬
sociation on Dec 1 1305 and its objects objectswhich objectsvhlch objectswhich
which were to stimulate business in increase inCrease increase ¬
crease the number of factories encourage encouragethose encouragethose encouragethose
those already established and to unite unitethe unitethe unitethe
the different sections of the state by bybringing bybringing bybringthg
bringing the people into closer business businessrelations businessrelations businessrelations
relations The ne D ned < sd was felt of arous arousing arousing arousIng ¬
ing at home and abroad a a greater great Inter Interest interest Interest
est in Utahs unbounded resources indus industries industries Industries ¬
tries and natural advantages advantagesDesirable advantagesDesirable advantagesDesirable
Desirable quarters had been secured In Inthe inthe Intie
the Eagle block and the association had hadbeen hadbeen
1 been fortunate in securing the services servicesr
r nf > f Orvin Morris as traffic manager managerThrough managerThrough managerThrough
Through his efforts a number of conces concessions concestions concessions ¬ I
sions had been secured and others were werenrobable wereprobable wereprobable
probable Mr Morris attended the Trans TransMississippi Transnss1ssippi j jDenver
Mississippi Freight association meeting at atDenver atIenver
Denver recently and explained the con conditions conHons conthtions ¬
ditions Hons here and his work is expected to toJvjlp toJ1Ip tojiIp
Jvjlp in the much needed revision of the thefreight thefreight the1r
freight 1r ght rates for or Salt Lake The report reportiurtner report1rther reportIurther
iurtner 1rther says saysIn saysIn saysin
In connection conne Uon with his other work Mr MrMorris MrMorris MrMorris
Morris has checked up a large number of ofireight of1Tt ofIreight
ireight 1Tt > ight bills for different members of the theisociation thesoclation thesociation
isociation which has resulted In the thelailroads thetailrotlds theaiirosds
lailroads refunding considerable money on onovercharges onovercharges onovercharges I
overcharges one firm alone having re retived ret reived
tived t ivt ived = d something over 5300 SOO This service servicetan I i
tan an be b secured ured by all members and Mr Mruorris Mruurr1s lfrUtJITis
uorris will be glad to explain the system systemin systema1J
in I I alL ay who inquire inquireOne InquireOne inquireOne
One hundred and ninety claims have haveit
it > rta itai1v < Ty b been en made for overcharges overchargesTla
1 The Indies J dtes have h e become Interested In Intin Int inth
tin t th h association 8slJcl tlon and aix have done some splen splenwork splenurk splont
t work urk iic They The have > organized an aux auxin auxjar auxry ¬
in jar T organization and have organized organizediv oranizedladle
iv s ladies In ten other counties countiessurounding countiesroulldIDg countiesroisndfng
surounding roulldIDg towns have partaken of ofyfWrlt off
f t t2 yfWrlt fllrft of the movement movemt > nt and we have havei
i > SHuzed uLzed business mens clubs in Mur Muriy
iy 1 S Sandy and others towns to ns in the south southI
1 But 1 of Salt Lake county countyNew countyNew cogntyNcw
New Factories Started Starteduuugh Startedll Startediiiugb
uuugh ll ugb our efforts several new fac facrij facki faci
ij i hao ba been started and are now in inice int incet
ice t fu4 fu operaticn and we are cor corpoiHKnT corr corpondn
poiHKnT r with people who are contem contemaiitig contemaliII contem4iif
aiitig aliII 4iif investing it n 5tig their money here and andaU andutlKJk andUtiuk
< aU utlKJk ok for a number of new fac factnits factnit fact
tnits tnit t L t in il the near future is very bright brighti brighttir
i ict et tir < that have been established a
1 n T vm ro hrve hr 0 recently Increased their theirt
t t5 l lacil Miiy i and are employing more hands handsi
i i her h r iHCtories ttOL1 < t whinn w we can name on onMI onnIllicn oniIiiJcn
MI nIllicn I i lien wtre about to close down or ort oree
I vefc t ee contemplating ntemplatl moving to some other otherHate otheriM
Hate 1 iM tt but Ut they have decided to remain remaini remainitr remaini4re
i i itr i4re er and mt remain open and nd they are pros prosII prospeIz
1 Iieiias II lI and giving Ivi employment to many manylor manyI manyAL
lor 1 ff > nf nfAt
At the present t time there is a certain certainc eertainitrU certainsern
c isiem itrU party who has been interested in iniie ini1t Inh
< iie h glass business He has had a long longxperience longxperen longerene
xperience xperen erene in that line and has some somerntans somemans somenans
mans but not sufficient to start a fac facry facITI feeFV
ITI > ry alone and he is trying to interest interestlocal interestJocal interestocal
local people to take stock in the proposed proposedfactory proposedfac10T proposedcactory I
factory fac10T Such an establishment as S he pro proiiojes proI proMCS i
iiojes I MCS S to commence would furnish em employment emoymeJlt emoymet ¬
ployment oymeJlt to hundreds of men and add addihMi addhNt add11tptennds
ihMi 11tptennds ands ndB of Jollars annually to our ourTenlth ourvetIth ourrealth
Tenlth but our men of means are slow slowto slowtt
to tt take > W of the proposition propositionWhat prowsitionWhat prepositionWhat
What is needed is more capital or orrather orrather orrather
rather the capital which wel1ave we have already alreadyshould alreadyhoukl alreadysliouki
should be invested in workgiving divi divid dlvidndpaying
d ndpaying factrles When a bank or ortrust ortrust ortrust
trust company commenced business businessr businessfTerybQdy businessrverybody
r fTerybQdy very body seems ready to quickly buy up upall upa upall
all a 11 the stock but when a factory Is sug sugposted sugtsted saggested
posted tsted everybody seems to draw back and andhesitate andHsitate andhesitate
hesitate about Investing in the enter enterprise enterrrise enterprise ¬
prise priseThe rriseThe priseThe
The correspondence relating to the es est est esI
t abMshment of new factories here has cov covfrcd covf coycred
frcd f > rro a wide field taking in drug manu manufacturing manufa inanufaturing ¬
facturing fa turing and an proprktary medicine busi business busiTl ¬
ness Tl ss breakfast foods cereals foundries foundriesfurniture foundriesfurnitur foundriesitirnitur
furniture envelopes glassware bottles bottlesdecanters bottlesfcantent bottlesieeanters
decanters woolen goods wool scouring scouringplants scouringpJan scouringplants
plants pJan tanneries starch factories pack packIng packng packng
Ing ng house products and many others In Inall Inan Inall
all 5300 letters have been written and andmailed andmailed andmailed
mailed Inquiries averaging 100 per month monthhave monthhfl monthhave
have hfl e been received and answered and 390 390pieces 360piNes O Opieees
pieces of descriptive matter have been beensent beenRent beensent
sent out A total of S500 6 OO pieces of mail mailbave mailave mallhave
have ave been sent from the office since the theassociation theasroclatfon theasociatlon
association was first formed formedFought formedFought formedFought
Fought Parcels Post PostSome PostSome PostSonic
Some time ago the parcels p lcels post bill was wasbefore wasbefore wasbefore j
before congress There was a very deter determined determined determined ¬
mined effort on the part of many man people peopletn
tn t4 have it passed at this session and had hadit hadit hadit j
it become a law it would have meant un untold untold untold ¬
told Injury to the west and would have havebuilt havebuIlt havebuilt
built up the big mail order houses of the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great eastern centers at the expense of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the western merchants Under its pro provisions proislons prouisIons ¬
visions 2i 2 cents would pay the cost of de delivering delivering deiiverlng ¬
livering eleven pounds of merchandise merchandiseand merchandIseandthis
and andthis this would mean ruination to hun hundreds hundreds hundreds ¬ I
dreds of western merchants Our asso association assodation assoiation ¬
ciation took the matter up promptly with withour withlur withcur
our representative and senators and the thematter thematter thematter
matter has been postponed for this ses session sessinn seecmli ¬
sinn at least leastWhen leastWhen leastWhen
When It was rumored that the troops troopswere troopsert troopswere
were ert > to be removed from Fort Douglas Douglaswhich Douglaswhich
1 which would mean the taking away of of2OOO
25000 annually from our merchants we wetook wetook wetook
took the matter up with our senators senatorsand senatorsa senatorsand
and a nd we have ha oe the assurance from Wash Washington Washinton Washington ¬
ington that it is intention to make this a apermanent aperm apermKnent
permanent perm nent army center and that the sol soldiers soldiers soidiers ¬
diers which have been taken away awa will wj be bereplaced bereplaced bereplaced
replaced by b other troops troopsTo troopsTo troopsTo
To Remedy Coal Shortage ShortageDuring ShortageDurIng I
During the coal famine last winter our ourbusiness ourbusiness ourbusiness
business houses as well as our residences residencessuffered residencessuffered residencessuffered
suffered for want of coal and in a num number number numher ¬
ber of cases larger factories wore almost almostcompelled a1mostcompelled almostrompelled
compelled to close down entirely In or order ordt order ¬
der dt > r to remedy remed this evil the association associationtook associationtook assoaiatJontook
took the matter up and the big coal com companies companJes cornpanics ¬
panics have conceded a storage rate of
50 cents per ton This will do much to al alleviate alleviate alleviate ¬
leviate any suffering next winter but butstill butsun butstill
still It would not be an unwise step for forthose forthose forthose
those who can do so to put In a supply of ofoal otoal ofon
< oal on during the summer that will carrv carrvthem carrvthNn carrytheta
them through the cold months of winter winterGood wInterKeep wlnteiKeep
Keep Well WellWith
With WithGood Good Food FoodProper FoodProper FoodProper
Proper selection of Food Foodthe Foodthe Foodthe
the Sure Way to Get Well Welland Welland Welland
and Keep Weil WeilGrapeNuts WeifUse
Use UseGrapeNuts GrapeNuts
4
The matter of fake advertising has been beendealt beend beendealt
dealt d alt with and a satisfactory solution solutionmade solutionmede solutionmade
made The time of our merchants is isDot isDotwasted mot motwasted
wasted by fake advertising solicitors solicitorsand sollcItf soliclthrsand > rs rsand
and their money is not spent In advertis advertising ad atherUslug ertfs ertfsiog ¬
lug schemes sch mes from which they cannot cannotws cannotwsslbly pos possibly psslbly ¬
slbly derive any benefit and the money moneywhich moneywhIch moneywhich
which was paid to eastern flyby flybynlghts nybynights flybynights
nights who only stopped with us long Ionsenough longenough longenough
enough to get our cash is now paid to tolegitimate tolegitimate tolegitimate
legitimate home advertisers advertisersA
A joint meeting was held with the theButchers theButchers theButchers
Butchers Grocers association and the theFederated theFederated tueFederated
Federated Trades These organizations organizationsmanifested organizationsmanifested organizationsmanifested
manifested the most friendly spirit and andare andare andare
are now working in harmony with us for forthe forthe forthe
the betterment of trade conditions here hereFor hereFor hereFor
For Joint Exhibit ExhibitAlthough ExhibitAlthough ExhibitAlthough
Although we have a fine exhibit room roomand roomand roomand
and some splendid displays we feel that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the greatest good can be accomplished accomplishedconsolidating accomplishedconsoUdating accomplishedconsolidating
consolidating the displays of the different differentorganizations differentorganIzations differhntorganizations
organizations of the state and making makingone
one fine large exhibit To this end we wehave wehave wehave
have met with the D A M lL society and andthe andthe andthe
the Real Estate association and a con consolidation consolidation eonsolidatlon ¬
solidation of the exhibits of these asso associations associaUons assoclittions ¬
ciations Is one of the probabilities of the thenear thenear thenear
near future futureThe futureThe I IThe
The newspapers have given us their theirloyal theirloyal theirloyal
loyal support We appreciate their fine finework finework finework
work and realize that without their sup support support support ¬
port we could not have accomplished accomplishedwhat
what has been done doneWe doneWe doneWe
We are preparing a little pamphlet on onthe onthe onthe
the Industries of Utah which will contain containttie containthe containthe
the names of all the members of the as association association associatlon ¬
sociation This little book will go Into Intoevery rntoevery Intoevery
every home so that the people will know knowwhat knowwhat knowwhat
what goods are being produced here and andpeople andpeople andpeople
people who are making and selling them themWe themWe themWe
We have also issued official stamps for forUtah forUtah forUtah
Utah goods which have been tested and andfound andfound andfound
found to be of high quality The manu manufacturers manufacturers mannfacturers ¬
facturers who have not already obtained obtainedthem obtainedthem obtainedthem
them can get them by having their goods goodstested goodstested goodstested
tested and making application to the as association association assedation ¬
sociation for the stamps The stamps stampshave stampshave stampshave
have been made In two sizes and goods goodsbearing goodsbearing goodsbearing
bearing them are recommended to the theconsumer theconsumer theconsumer
consumer by the association associationSpecial associationSpecIal associationSpecial
Special mention should be made of ofGordon OfGordon t tGordon
Gordon H Place our manager who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been alive and active from the first and andhis andhIs andhis
his excellent publicity work Is especially especiallyworth especiallyworth especiallyworth
worth of commendation commendationAt
At the conclusion of Mr Hewletts Hewlettstalk HewIettstalk Hewlettstalk
talk the report of the treasurer Charles CharlesO
O Harris was read This showed that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the organization Is prospering and has hasa hasa
a a snug balance on hand A vote cf cfthanks cfthanks cfthanks
thanks was extended to the officers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the organization for their work during duringthe durin durinthe duringthe
the first half year of activity activityThe activityThe
The meeting was then thrown open opento opento opento
to the members F Fr J r Alexander spoke spokeenthusiastically spokeenthusiastically spokeenthusiastically
enthusiastically of the benefits that thathave thathave thathave
have accrued to a large number of the themerchants themerchants themerchants
merchants and manufacturers who are aremembers aremembers aremembers
members of the association as well as asto asto asto
to the business public at large as a a re result resuIt resuit ¬
suIt of the publicity work done Com Commercial Commercial Corninercial ¬
mercial travelers representing Utah Utahhouses Utahhouses Utahhouses
houses admit that much trade Is be being beIng beIng ¬
ing kept at home and that Utah houses housesare housesare housesare
are getting a a great proportion of the thebusiness thebusiness
business than ever before This is at attributed attributed ¬
tributed by them to the home industry industryagitation Industryagitation
agitation conducted by the association associationNeed associationNeed associationNeed
Need Interurban Lines LinesDavid LinesDavid LinesDavid
David O Wooley former assistant assistantcity assistantcity assistantcity
city attorney called attention to the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great good that would accrue to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and all the surrounding cities If IfInterurban Ifinterurban ifinterurban
Interurban roads are built He moved movedthat movedthat movedthat
that a committee be appointed to secure securedata securedata securedata
data relative to the field that may be becovered becovered becovered
covered by such roads centering in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake and to get Into touch with the thepromoters thepromoters thepromoters
promoters who have taken the matter matterup matterup matterup
up and urge them to immediate ac action action action ¬
tion tionSpeaking tionSpeaking tionSpeaking
Speaking to this motion he called at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention to the fact that many of the thenewspapers thenewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers in the country towns townsknock townsk townsknock
knock k ock these propositions and thus thusbreak thusbrEak thusbrEak
break confidence on the part of invest investors investors investore ¬
ors injuring their own towns Presi President President President ¬
dent Hewlett appointed Mr Willey WIHeychairman Willeychairman Willeychairman
chairman of the committee together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with F J r Alexander A H Cook C O OHarris OHarrIs 0Harris
Harris and H A McCollom McCollomThe McCollomThe MecoUomThe
The bad condition of the streets of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake was discussed by a num number number number ¬
ber of the members who asserted that thatgreater thatgreater thatgreater
greater attention should be paid to tobeautifying tobeautifying tobeautifying
beautifying and caring for the streets streetsthroughout streetsthroughout streetsthroughout
throughout the city A resolution was wasadopted wasadopted wasadopted
adopted endorsing the efforts of the thecivic thecivIc thecivic
civic league to secure the beautification beautificationof
of the streets A number of other topics topicswere topicswere
were discussed by the members and an aninformal afiInformal
informal social hour followed Light re refreshments refreshments refreshments ¬
freshments and cigars were served by bythe bythe bythe
the board of directors directorsWILL directorsWIlL directorsop
op opWILL
WILL CURE CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONA I IA
A A Herren Finch Ark writes writesFoleys writesFoleys writesFoleys
Foleys Honey and Tar is the best pre preparation preparation proparatlon ¬
paration for coughs colds and lun luntrouble lung lungtrouble lungtrouble
trouble I know that it has cured con consumption con6mptlon consrxnptlon ¬
sumption in the first stages You Tounever Youneer Younever
never heard of anyone using Foleys FoleysHoney FoleysHoney FoleysHoney
Honey and Tar and not being satisfied satisfiedF
F J Hill Drug Co the Never Substi Substitutors Substitutors Substitutors
tutors tutorsIT tutorsIT tutorsIT
IT WILL BEGIN BEGINTO TO GET HOT HOTAbout HOTAbout HOTAbout
About July 1st 1stJune 1stTune 1stJune
June 30th the Oregon Short Line will willoperate willoperate willoperate
operate an excursion to northern Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and Idaho points Just the time to toget toget toget
get away for a few days of fishing or a arest aroot arest
rest See agents for full particulars particularsCITT particularsCITY particularsCITY
CITY TICKET OFFICE 201 MAIN ST STREDUCED STy STREDUCED STREDUCIbRATS
REDUCED REDUCIbRATS REDUCIbRATSJune y RATES RATESJune
June 30 30Via 30Via
Via Oregon Short Line railroad to tonorthern tonorthern tonorthern
northern Utah and Idaho points Some Someof Someof Sonicof
of the finest fishing in the west Is 15furnished isfurnished
furnished by Idahos rivers and andstreams andstreams andstreams
streams See O S L agents for par particulars particulars particulars ¬
ticulars regarding limits etc etcDENVER etcDENVER
4 4DENVER
DENVER EXCURSION EXCURSIONJuly EXCURSIONJuly EXCURSiONJuly
July 14th and 15th round trip 1800 1500Umlt 1800Limit
LImit 30 days ays Elks Special Sp cIal train via viaColorado vIaColorado viaColorado
Colorado Midland leaves Salt Lake LakeJuly LakeJuly LakeJuly
July 14th Splendid itinerary Holds HeldsBand HeIdsBand HoldsBand
Band Stops made at Glen Glenwooq wood Springs SpringsLeadville SpringsLeadville SpringsLeadville
Leadville Manitou and Colorado ColoradoSprings ColoradoSDrings ColoradoSpngs
Springs SpringsMake SDringsMake SpngsMakc
Make reservations now at Midland Midlandticket MIdlandticket Midlandticket
ticket office or Elks club clubRea clubI clubRea
p S SRca I
Rea Estate Day Saltair June 281 281Over 28 28Ove 28Ove
Ove 250 prizes cash merchandise merchandiselots
lots etc etcTickets e eTIckets etaTickets
Tickets for sale by all members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association and at headquarters 35 35West J5West 5 5West
West Second South SouthGet SouthGet SouthGet
Get in on o the big prize list Real Es Estate Estate Estate ¬
tate day at Saltair June 2i 2iTickets 2 2Tickets 2Tickets
Tickets ate 25c each for sale by all allmembers allmembers allmembers
members of the association and at 15 15West 15WeEt 15West
West Second South SouthI SouthSe
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See S e the champion high diver at Salt Saltair Seltair Saltair
I air this afternoon and evening eveningTheatre eveningI eveningTheatre eveningTheatre
I
Theatre open at atS1tair Saltair this week weekBe weekBe weekBe
Be bright and fair fairbathe bathe at Saltair SaltairFUNERAL SaltairFUNERAL SaltairFUNERACOF
FUNERAL FUNERACOF OF GIRL GIRLServices GIRLServices GiRLServices
Services Are Held for the Late Alice AliceRichards AliceRichards AliceRichards
Richards RichardsThe
The funeral services of the late Alice AliceRichards AticeRichards AliceRichards
Richards daughter of Dr and Mrs Ste Stephen Stephen Stephen ¬
phen L Richards ware held last Sunday SundaySouth Sunda Sundaafternoon Sundayafternoon
afternoon at the family residence 1976 i
South Ninth East The service was con conducted conducted condueled ¬
ducted by Bishop John M Whitaker of
Sugar ward Several songs were sung by
the choir of young women omen of the ward vrardand wardand warjand
and Miss Julia Jones and Mr Charles CharlesDike CharleSDike CharleDike
Dike sang solos Among the speakers speakerswere speakerswere speakerswere
were President Frank Y Taylor of Gran Granite Granite ¬
ite stake Zina B Cannon Apostle John JohnHenry JohnH JohnHenry
Henry H enry Smith Bishop Wiitaker and Pres President President ¬
ident Josdph F Smith SmithAt SmlthAt SmithAt
At the funeral a little poem was read readthat readthat readthat
that was as written for her by one of her hergirl h hergirl r rgirl
girl friends The dedicatory prayer w woffered woffered woffered
offered by Apostle George F Richards
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JPILLSBURYS JPILLSBURYSBest 9 PI1LSBmlYS PI1LSBmlYSBest
Best Breakf Breakfastfao4 stJ09d VITOS VITOSWO VITOS20c
WO 20c goes as far as 222 222does
L does in purchasing the ordinary readycooked kind kindk kindHERE
1 k HERE IS THE REASON REASONA j
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A 2 pound package of Pillsburys Best Cereal CerealFood CerealFoodVitos CerealFoodVitos l
Food FoodVitos Vitos costs 20 cents and makes 12 Ibs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the White heart of the Wheat food Twelve
15 cent packages of the ordinary readytoeat readytoeatkind
kind cost 180 and make only about 11 11Ibs 11lbs
5 lbs of food So you see where the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great economy lies Vitos never nevergets nevergets neverD
D gets sticky or lumpy in incooking incooking inB I
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REAL STATE DAY DAYSALT DAYSALTAIR
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June JwvJra JwvJraAbout 28 060 060About O6About
About 300 Prizes in cash and merchandise
4 20 Certificates 100 1 00 each good for their face facevalue facevalue facevalue
value on the purchase of real estate of 2000 2000or
or over through members of the association associationTickets association25c association25c
25c Round Trip TripTickets 0
Tickets for sale by all members of the Real RealEstate RealEstate RealEstate
Estate Association and at association head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters 1 5 W Second South
grt n < If ttllIB at iR iRClothing
Clothing C1otfflo I tS I furnishings FrfflsMogsWe I If
f Jl r rn rnWe
We are after your clothing trade May we have it Our inducements are certainly many manyOur manyOur manyOur
Our stock is most complete and our prices considering quality the lowest If you are arelooking arelooking arelooking
looking for the best in clothing you can get it right here We sell everything in clothing clothinghats clothinghats clothinghats
hats and furnishings for men and boys Put us to the test We know that you will like likeour lik likour likeour
our ways our goods and our prices pricesTO pricesBARTON pricesr
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BARTON s A DfJ TO I m 2i ii C tt 0 leJding Clothiers Clothiersm
4547 MAIM MA I N STREET
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FR shops where vhere work workmanhip voskmanship
manship style yle and fit fitare t tSIC
are chief factors fadersJo1
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SHIRTS SHIRTSare
Ot are raven en1ixitpIace first place They Theyplease Thyplease
please the dealer and satisfy the thewearer theWearer
wearer In white and colorfast fabrics
100 AND 125 125CLUETT 125CLUETT
CLUETT PEABODY CO
large Xaer Ma of o Collars and Shirt in tie World Worlda WorldDRUNKENNESS
DRUNKENNESS CURED CUREDapositiveand I Ia
a apositiveand apositiveandp positive and per permanent j > er ermanent ¬
manent cure for fordrunkenness fordrunkenness
p drunkenness and anddrug a n d dTJ
r drug addictions addiCtiOnsI
lil I TJ 5 Branch Parent ParentHouse
f 0 House Dwight BL BLCorrespondence
Correspondence Corres PO ndencelon ndencelonftdential con confidential eonfldential ¬
fidential fidentialKEELEY ftdentialKEELEY fldentialKEELEY
KEELEY INSTITUTE I NSTITUTEt
24 t W S Temple T ple St Salt Sa t Lake City CityUtah CityItah
Utah
100 1 00 A WEEK SYSTEM 100 1 00 A WEEK SYSTEM SYSTEMThere SYSTEMOpening SYSTEMOpeffing
Opening AnnoullIcenJ8nt AnnoullIcenJ8ntTHE
THE FASHION CREDIT CO COThere
There is no question about ready cash when you com1 cor cord to our store We Wehave Wehave Va Vahave
have adopted an entirely new system of selling sellingClUTfffAf selIlngCLOTHING sellingCLOTHINQ
ClUTfffAf ON CREDIT FOR IA53JES MEN MENANB MENAND MENIINB
AND BOYS BQVSOn
On small weekly or monthly payments at cash prices pricesCome I1ricesCome pricesCome
Come to our store just as you would to any cash stor make your pur purcharge purchases purchases
chases pay the Ist installment and take goods with 1tt you We simply simplycharge simplycharge
charge the goods to you and you pay us 100 a wejk we n until paid paidWomens paIdVomens paidWomens
Womens choicest suits suits skirts and waists can be found in our ur Ladies LadiesMens LadiesDepartment LadiesDepart
Department DepartmentM Depart
Mens M ns and Boys Uptotheminute Clothing in our Msns M Yls Department DepartmentThe DepartmentThe DepartmentThe
The Fashion Or Credit Co CoI
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27 at 2 l D m Friends are Invited The Theremains Theremains Theremains
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468 Sixth street and sister to Mrs Wil William WIllIam Wil11am ¬
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small spot on forehead Part of mane cut cutoff cutoft cutoff
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OSTEOPATHY OSTEOPATHYMRS
MRS GRACE STRATTON osteopath
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THE TETRO MINING COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMP COMPANYLocation AIT AITLocation
Location of principal place of business businessSalt businessSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Notice There are aredelinquent aredelInquent aredelinquent
delinquent upon the following described de rlbed
stock on account assessment Jsoof
of 2 cents per share levied on the 9th 9thof 9thof 9thof
of May 1906 the several amounts set op opposite opposite opposite ¬
posite the names of the respective share shareholders shareholders shareholders
holders as follows followsi followsNo ol1owsNo
i No No NoCert 1ioCert 3oCert
Cert Shares Name Amt AmtI
I 304 500 J T M MWardrobe Wardrobe nO 10 00
309 1000 J M Wardrobe 20 2000 00 00i
i 703 500 00 Etta Clark 1000
916 600 J A Pollock 1000 10 00
1351 500 00 Elms EUasA A Smith 10 00
1352 500 Elms ElIasA A Smith 1000
1519 201 George W Storrs 4 t 02 0215i1
1547 100 Vic Larsen 2 200 00
1566 100 J A Pollock 2 00 0015SS
15SS 500 00 H Park 1000 io oc
1675 500 J TT r J 3 Thornton r 10 l CO CO16S5
1685 100 K W Smith 200 20016DS 200l698
16DS 500 00 J J Thornton 1008 10 Oi o
1716 1000 Peter Greaves jr 2000 10 o 00 I
1728 500 J J r Pollock 1000 1000J1723 10 j 00 oo17i
J1723 1 17i 500 JJ J T Pollock 1000 io oo
1742 500 J J Pollock 1000 io oc
1769 500 F H Coppernoll 10 1000 00
1770 300 F H Coppernoll 600 6001i90 00
1790 500 J J A Pollock 10 00 001S06 001SO o
1S06 1SO 806 500 OO F Knox trustee 10 00 001S90
1890 500 J J A Pollock 1000 IG 00
1907 500 J W Dosher 10 1000 00
1909 1800 1 900 W Scott Weiler 2000 20 00
1929 500 J Blackburn 1000 oo
1962 1000 1 000 F Knox trustee 2000 20 00
1374 500 Mrs E Alpin 1000 100019M o o1l94
1594 200 Lea Leakin 400
i 1000 X 500 3 A Pollock 1000 10002cm 10 oo ooeo1
12001 eo1 2ft3 James Norton 4 41b ID IDi20tt i
i20tt 2013 2W H P Mason faso faso2O 400 40020S
20S 20 500 C S Woods 1000 io oo
2026 500 C S Woods 1000 10032Q2g
2028 200 00 H HWSmith W Smith 400 I 00 002t4
2t4 044 100 James Hodge 2 200 00 002OS3
I jogs 200 K W Smith 4 lob 00 o ol26
2126 2128 l26 500 50 Ben Batheman 10 1000 03 t
2136 500 H Parker 1000 o oo
2147 300 Bertha Peterson 600 600I21S9 600121S1J
I21S9 100 L M LBarr Barr 200 200n93
n93 193 500 5 R S Wimmer 10 1000 00 005l94
5l94 2194 500 R S Wlmmer 10 00 0022m 00zm ooE201
22m E201 100 Mrs W Morton 209 2 2eo3
2203 300 Child Cole Co 600 60022Q6
2206 06 500 J Oberndorfer 10 1000 100022l 00
2221 21 500 JBThompson JB J B Thompson 1000 1000222S 1000222S io oc
222S 200 Peter Greaves Jr 4 00 002J4 O
2J4 2244 500 J f A Pollock 10 00
2271 500 N E Reese 10 1000 00 0022S4
2284 1000 1 000 J A Pollock 2000 20 00 00qcg
2288 1000 J Van Berger 2000 20 00
2294 4 500 Pollock Co 10 00
2299 500 5 R S Wlmmer 10 00
12300 300 500 R S Wimmer 1000 1000i io oc
2311 i 500 Child Cole Co 1000 1000i io oo
i 2318 6 Child Cole Co 12
2320 200 Harry Heaton 4 400 00
2321 200 W D Robertson 4 00
2322 200 L M Evans 400 4 00
2330 500 Child Cole Co 1000 1000And 1000And 1000And
And in accordance with law and an or order order order ¬
der of the board of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
the 9th day of May 1906 so many shares sharesof share shareof
of each parcel of such stock as may be benecessary benecessary ienecessary
necessary will be sold at the office of the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company 225 22 Commercial club building buildingSalt buildingSalt building5alt
Salt Lake City Utah at the hour of Id Idoclock 18fclock liioclock
oclock a m Monday July 2 1906 19o to pay paydelinquent paydellnquent paydelinquent
delinquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertising and expense expenseof
of sale ERNEST WILLIAMS WILLIAMSSecretary WILLIAMSSecretary WILLIAMSSecretary
Secretary SecretarySalt SecretaryI SecretarySalt
Salt Lake City Utah June 9 1906 1906Wedding 1008I 1906Well
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varied and artistic assortment from frommanufacturers frommanutactuterJ frontmanufacturers
manufacturers of seventy years yearsexperience Jearsexperi yearsexperiencea
experience experi ncea a guarantee of unex unexcelled unexcelled uriexcelled ¬
celled quality and reasonable prices pricesCarter pricesCarter pricesCarter
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the theCity City of Mexico exlc Importanfio Import Importanl nfto to read It ItOLD itOLD ItOLD
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HIGHEST price paid for Iron brass brassrage brassrage brassrage
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deity 230 to 240 40 South First West St StPhones StPhonea StPhones
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WANTED W ANTEDSITUATIONS WANTEDSITUATIONSFIRSTCLASS ANTEDSITUATIONSFffiSTCLASS SITUATIONS SITUATIONSFIRSTCLASS
FIRSTCLASS hotel man wishes posi position position position ¬
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WOMAN would like washing and iron ¬
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assist in tailoring Address B 24 4 Herald HeraldWASHIIsG H9ralWASHING HeraldWASHING
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the day Phone 2448X 2448XYOU 244SXYOU 2448NYOUNG
YOU YOUNG G woman wishes a position positionnurse 1iit 1iitnurse asnurse
nurse small wages Please call 532 32 Third Thirdstreet Thbdstreet Th1dstreet
street streetA r rA
A GIRL aged 15 would like a placfe pl bh c In Inassist tnassist inassist
assist with light housework and stay stayhome sta stahome stayhome
home nights Apply 335 W N Temple Taciplestreet T Templestreet l1f le lestreet
street Phone 9WY 9WYWIDOW 9aI 9YWIDOW Y YWIDOW
WIDOW 19 as housekeeper housek eper chamber chamberwork chamberwork chamberwork
work or plain cooking Address B 82 2 Her Herald Herad Heraid ¬
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FIRSTCLASS cement finisher wants wantsjob wantjob wantsjob
job either gg g s finishing orconcrete or concrete fore foreman forpm foreman ¬
man m n No objection obj tion to out of town work workAddress workddreSB workAddress
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ALL kinds of plain sewing done at 72 72West 720 720West 7 7West
West 1st North Phone 3761K 3761KPOSITION 2161KPOSITION imKPOSITION
POSITION by an n experienced salosmaand salesman salesmanand n nand
and collector with a firstclass house at stpresent atpresent atptesent
present employed references Address B
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Notice NoticeThere There are delinquent upon uponth uponthfol1owing th thfollowing tii tiifollowing
following described d stock stoc on n account or ofassessment orassessment orassessment
assessment No 2 of 72 3 cent per share sharelevied sharelevied sharelevied
levied on the 7th day of April 19GS the theseveral thfr5eeral theseveral
several amounts set opposite the names namesof namesot nn nnof
of the respective shareholders as lot follows foflows lotlows ¬
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And In accordance with law and an a or order order order ¬
der of the board of directors made on th th7th the theith the7th
7th day of April 1906 so many shares shar s of ofeach ofeach ofeach
each parcel of stock as may be necessary necessarvwill necessarywill necesaerywill
will be sold at public ubllc auction at the of offlee offIce offlee
flee of the secretary at 155 South Main Malastreet Mlntreet Mainstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah on Friday
the 1st day of June 1906 at 10 oclock ocloekm a am
m to pay the delinquent assessment assessmentthereon assessmentthereon assessmentthereon
thereon together tog ther with the costs of adver advertlsing advertising advertlsing
tlsing and expense of sale saleK sat satK saleK
K M L HARRIS Secretary
First publication May 9 1906 1306By 1906By 1906By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe dlrectothe
the above sale has been postponed until untilMonday untilMonday untilMonday
Monday July 2 1906 at 10 oclock a m mat mat raat
at the companys office 156 South Main Mainstreet Maintrept Mainstreet
street K M HARRIS Secretary SecretarvAssessment St SecretaryAssessment > cretan cretanAssessment
Assessment No 20 20WABASH 20WABASH 20WABASH
WABASH MINING MI ING COMPANY PRIN PRINcipal PRINcfpal PRt PRtcipal
cipal place of business Salt SaJ Lake City
Utah Notice Is hereby given ven that atmeeting at atmeeting t a athe
meeting of the board of directors held on onthe onthe
the 31st day of May 1906 an anof assessment assessmentof
of ten cents lOc per share was levied leviedon leviedon
on the capital stock stoc of the corporation corporationpayable corporationpayable corporatfopayable
payable on or before the 30th day of June JunelS06
lS06 to W Mont Ferry secretary at room
620 Atlas block West Second South SouthSalt street streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon uponwhich uponwhIch uponwhich
which this t assessment may remain unpaid unpaidon
on the 30th day of June Jun 1906 will be della delinquent deIlnquent dellaquent ¬
quent and advertised for sale at public publicauction pUbl1cauction publicaucti00
auction and unless payment Is madebe madebefore mad be befere before ¬
fore will be sold onthe on the 21st day of July Jul
1906 to pay the delinquent assessment to together toEcther together ¬
gether with the cost of advertising a vertisingnIJi1 and ex expense expenseof expensof ¬
pense penseof of sale saleW saleW saleW
W MONT FERRY Secretary Secr tary
Location of ofoffices offices No 530 J Atlasblock AtlasblockSalt Atlas bIoc bIocSaItLakc lock lockSalt
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