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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY SEPT 19 1909 5
I SALT LAKE INVENTOR MEANS TO HAUL PASSENfiERS IN AEROPLANE I
AEROMOTOR TO TOPUll TOPULLTHE
PUll PULLTHE THE CAR CARSamUel CARSamteI
SamUel H Gilson Believes He HeWill HeWill
Will Solve a Commercial CommercialProblem CommercialProblem
Problem Problemi
WILL MAKE A TEST SOON SOONAEROPLANES SOONAEROPLANES
i
AEROPLANES WILL WORK WITH WITHOR WITHOR
OR WITHOUT AEROMOTOR AEROMOTORSamuel
Samuel H GU Gt1on on of this city who Is Ispert Isperfecting
pert perfecting ctlng Ns plans for the manufac manufacture manutacture
ture or an atromotor and aeroplane aeroplanewhich aeroplanewhich
which he recently baa bad patented and andTJth andTJth
TJth which he hope to accomplish eeOII1pl1 > > h much muchgvd mucflg
gvd g Uu for U ths COUlltrJ a commercial commercialw
w Way y expects to complete his trIal en engina engLra
gina dun during the coming week The en engilo engi
gilo gi n C which has been in eoune of con con1ItrUltion consIXution
1ItrUltion Mveral months at the foundry foundryof
of Silver Brothe Iron works 18 of otIis a ahuspcwer
huspcwer Iis pcwer and will weigh about aboutirds Jo Jo1mds
1mds 1mdsllll irds irdsjiil
llll MI Glleon believes that be has hasa
a machine which will fill the require requlrenJllts requirefl2
nJllts fl2 11t8 he will mke ke lure with the trial trialengin trialengin
engin j that the various detala of his hisllHi3 his1ar3
llHi3 are right It the eDg engin3 n shoul shoult
t st out as he bllevea will be the case casehe casehe
he will go east and have construe constructeo constructeoa tea teatl
tl fugine of lOOhorsepower with a shea sheelst I Ist
st d 1 about threesixteenths of an Inch InchIn
In n thickness backed up with Ith aiumlnum aiumlnumto
to make the engine as light as possibld possibldltis possibidujis
ltis engine would have a diameter of oftl o otIirty
tl tIirty rty inch inches aDd It 1a aid that it would wouldv
v c dgh scarcely more than 15 IO or orl J
1 l Juds JudsThe udsTne
The Acromotor for which Mr Gilson Gilsona Gilsonarady
a arady r ady has obtained a patent tent consists consistsH
an H nglne mounted on wneels whicH whicHnt Wt1icit
nt rJie it to run along th the ground to g gt gtLrt t tLrt
Lrt The IIttlna llftin power la found in inl
l qt t of wings which rise and taU alter alterla
la on tile JIj two 8ideaof sides of the machIne machlneA machIneAv
A Av t the eqine portion of o the aero aeroLJ aeroI
LJ ir is a parachute which ia kt kept > pt in inl inplane
> < I < l plane above the
engine by means of ofI ofbag
I 1 bag the parachute being intended intendedue
1 U ue e in case It should be found neees neeesn necej
n j to make a slow de deacent deacentTo cent centTo
To Haul Aeroplanes Aeroplaneslh
lh aeromotor in the general plan of of3F If IfGilson
3F Gilson would correspond to the 10 10jl loilA
jl ilA tive of a tNn tm n or the tugb tugboat at of a ajrg alrg
jrg and would be found or o use in intl intutuing
tl tutuing < tJilng a high velocity through th thlIg the theblug
blug lIg used to haul one or more aero aeroThe
1 < The aeroplan as shown In the ther I Id
d r made from the modd bUilt hy hyIIr
IIr ilson is equipped with an engine enginejropel1er I IJ
J ropellens 80 that it could tlal tlalJlcltIwndcntly tiae1iJependently
JlcltIwndcntly of the aeromotor although althoughto
to Ui idea would be in commercial use uset Jse Jset
t have the car for passengers take the theie thei
i Ia ie ot f the engine a as shown In the pie piet pieThe
t The aeroplane Itself 18 built so as ast
t maintain Its own equilibrium in the theJ theair
air J i r automatically unlike the VrJght VrJghtlOthtns VrigbtLOthtrs
lOthtns airship the course ot which is isr
1 gulated by levers worked by an opera operat
t to r
toAs rAs
As shown In the picture the two en ends endsof s sof
of the wine are operated by a pinion In Intho inj
j tho center attached to a wheel which In Inturn inturn
turn operates on a cachet Should either eitherlnt eitherend
end of the aeroplane dip when In the theS the5i
S 5i I that end ot the wing will rise and andthus andthu3
thus present an obstruction to the all allthus airthus
thus causing the aeroplane to recover recoverits recoverIts
its hcraontal position automatically
UNDINE CLUB CLUBHAS HAS A ASURPRISE ASUBPBISEFOR
SURPRISE SUBPBISEFOR FOR OFFICER OFFICERPdnesday OFFICERWdnesday
Pdnesday evening the members of oftl1e oftIle
tIle Clldine club surprised their preel preelent preeltent
tent ent Irs Wilbur C Price at her home homeon
on Fifth avenue The evening was wasIlt wanrlesantIy
Ilt rlesantIy lantly spent in mu music tc and dancing dancingard
sI arid d general good time Later a adanty adu
danty du nty supper wan served Those who wholJrtiLipate whoparticipated
participated In the artrur were the theMsdames theMesdames
Mesdames Wilbur C Price H Van VanLJilr VaniT
LJilr Jr C LeRoy Clayton and the theMIsses theMisses
MIsses Augusta Youngberg Mamie MamiePrice amie amiePrIce
PrIce Ethel Griggs Virginia Smith SmithEnId SmithEnid
EnId Edmon < l Mamie Summerha3o Summerha3olhe
lhe Hardy Mae Billings Alice AliceSmith AliceSmith
Smith Allie Fletcher Laura Parry ParryIrna ParryIrene
Irene Delaney Jennie Nelson Lisle Lislerrdford LislePrdford
rrdford Kathryn GabOOtt and Beth BethBradford BethBradford
Bradford BradfordSAMUEL BradfordSAMUEL
SAMUEL NEWHOUSE PAYS PAYSMORTGAGE PAYSMORTGAGEOF
MORTGAGE OF 101000 101000U
U Colonel Samuel Newhouse desires desiresto
to use the mortgage which covered coveredPopperton coveredPtrIrtn
Popperton place to lIght his Havana Havanadgar HavanaI
dgar I ith he may doro do o Popperton Poppertonthe
the exduslve cx lusive residential section of the thenrthaot then
nrthaot n rt r ast bench W8 plastered with a atn01 atgige
tn01 tgage of 101000 wnen It was pur purhafd purabout
hafd about two years 8 ago < < 0 but now nowtl1at nowI
tl1at I tt tidy little sum has been paid over overy overMr
y Mr Ir N ewhfuse to the holders of the thefl theqflt
fl n co f qrt thp th plRM to I f fAFTER fAFTER
AFTERSITFFERING AFTER AFTERSUFFERIN6
SUFFERIN6TEN SUFFERIN6
TEN YEARS YEARSCured
Cured by Lydia E Pink Pinkahams Pinkj
j hams Vegetable Compound CompoundLTHTOX
LTHTOX AL I TN NJlfce X JI feel that LydiaE LydiaEPiIlk LydiaEPit
PiIlk Pit am Vgottable Compound has hasgiven
1 given me new life lifeI
I I suffered for ten tenI tenyears
I r I years with serious I6riousfemale seriousI
I i female troubles in inflammation inI
I flammation ulcer ulceration ulceration
ation indigestion indigestionnervousness indfgestionI
I t nervousness a antI antII n a acould
I w could c uld not notI sleep
I Doctors gave me meup incI
I up as they Mid my
I t troub1e r 0 ubI e s were werechronic wereLe
Le chronic I was in indespair indespair
despair and did not notcare nottare
care whether 111 lived livedordi1 ved vedor
or ordi1 ditd 1 lit a I read about abontLyd1a abontLyd1aPiiliain Lydia E EI
I inkhil1 > tJltable tt al1e Compound i 1iO 1iObpzan I Ibraii
bpzan l rake ke it i aH ahd am amwellagainand amwellagainandre1iveU wella md mdrfli
rfli re1iveU Yed oi i all nlY su1Iering sufferlngMrs sufferlngMrsQ1olaE Mrs MrsGlOl
GlOl Q1olaE GE JORDY Box 40 Marlton NJ NJLy NJLydia
Ly Lydia ia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com ComT Cornpound
T pound made from native roots and andherbs andherbs
herbs contains no narcotics or harm harmful harmful
ful drugs and bdav holds the record recordfor recordfor
for the largess numoor of actual cures curesof curesof
of female diseases s we know of and andthousandsof andthousandsof
thousandsof vo hmtarytestimonial are areon areo1
on file in the Pinkham laboratory at atLynn atLynn
Lynn Mass from women who have liavebeen havebeen
been cured from almost every form of offemale offemale
female complaints inflammation u ucora UI UIccration
cora ccration tion disp1acemen displace men tl fibroid tumors tumo15irre tumorsIrregularities
irre Irregularities larities periodic periodicpain pains bAckache bAckacheindigestion backacheIndigestion
indigestion and nervo nervous s prostration prostrationEvery prostrationEvery
Every suffering woman owes it to her herself herself
self to give Lydia E Pinkhams Vege Vegetable Vegetable
table Compound a triaL triaLIf triaLIf
If you would like special advice adviceallout adviceabout
about YOUl yourease case write aeonfiden aeonfidenI
I tial kttpr 10 Mrs PinJ Pinkhain bam at atLYIlJ atLynn
Lynn Mass Ia s lIt r advice is free freeud freeznt1
znt1 ud ulwa s helr itolpiul fuL
I Aeroplane fitted with independent motor
SAMUEL H GILSON Aeromotor Showing parachute
WOES COME WHU WHUCAT VJHECAT
CAT IS KILLED KllHDMurder
Murder of Captains Pet by Su Superstitious Superstitious
perstitious Sailors Blamed Blamedfor
for Unlucky Voyage VoyageCarrying VoyageCarrying
Carrying jury topmasts with her main maincoune maincour
coune cour In tatter and her crew exhausted exhaustedtbe
the Norwegian bark Gartha 140 days from fromPanelaBg fromPandang
PanelaBg in Java trailed through The TheNarrows TheNarrows
Narrows In tow ot an ocean tug that thathad thathad
had picked up the storm battered old wind wlndmmer windisinmer
isinmer mmer oft Sandy Hook HookThere HookThere
There had been never a dry deck In Inall Inall
all or the 11000 1l nautical miles of thE thEweary theweary >
weary voyage Head seas and gales had hadb hadbeen
b been < aen tile portion of the ships company companyof
of twelve with double duty half of the thetime thetime
time timeIt timeIt
It wu all due to the loss ot Tom the theshlps theships
ships bi big black oat as Captain Skulletad Skulletadexplained Shulistadexplained
explained with mournful shakes of his nlssnuled hisgrizzled
grizzled head One of the crew knows kilowswhat knowswhat
what became or Tom for he was the theCft theCs
Cft ts executioner executionerVast
Vast cargoes had rome and gone across acrossthe acrossthe
the Atlantic whe the Gartha was mak makilaC makihg
ilaC that long voyage VOy3geYou voyageYou
You see sailors d do Dot like cats at atea atsea
ea said the captain They think a aoat acat
oat brings bad luck and so when I shipped shippedrom shippedru
rom In Batavia before sailing for Pan PandaD randang
daD dang < < the whole crew felt sure that bad badluck badluck
luck was coming comlngoAll
All the way to Pandang the crew were wertalltlnlf weretalking
talking about that cat They did not noti notlike
i lIke him around though he was well welllfilnnclftd weilnnnered
lfilnnclftd enough enouchIt
It was when w acre ere beating Into Pan Panhong Pantiung
hong that abe hecat cat was lost 1 wish 11 I Iknew
knew who did ItI wish I knew knewIt
It was just oefore eight bells and the thewatch thewatch
watch was about to be changed I dls dlstJnctly distinctly
tJnctly saw In the gloom a sailor come oomeup comeup
up from the focaetle with lth a black sort sortof sortof
of bundle The man gave the bundle a atOlI atoes
toes and I neard a sort of o wall Then 1 1knew 1 1knew
knew Tom had been cast overboard overboanlThe
The sailor disappeared and every man manjack nianjack
jack ot the jrw w tterward denied all allknowledce allknowledge
knowledge ot the eats disappearance But ButI
I knew that one of them was guilty and andI
I knew we were ere going to have a nard nardvoyag nardvoyag
voyag voyagWe voyagWe
We were not Jo iong In doubt The very
day w w3 sailed out or Pandan on March lfarchwe
we w ran Into a head pie that carried carriedaway carriedaway
away our t topgallant sails The wind just justtore justtore
tore them sails all to pieces We rigged riggednew
new ones the next day and they too were weretorn weretorn
torn from the ropes ropesBut ropesBut
But It was not until April 11 while we wewtre wewere
were still In the Pacific that we met real realtrouble realtrouble
trouble troubleThe troubleThe
The wind tell almost to a dead calm calmand calmand
and then It swooped down on us from the thesouthward thesouthward
southward and just tore the topmasts out outof outof
of the ship All three of the topma topmajts topmajtswith > ts tswith
with all attached rigging went over the theaide theside
aide and began pounding our hull With Withthe Withthe
the bark heeling away to port and seas seaswa seaswashing
wa washing hlng us fore and aft I managed to get gether gether
her n nose Into the wind and start men menchopping menchopping
chopping awa away that wreckage wreckageAfter wreckageAfter
After some days when the weather weathereJeared weathercleared
cleared we rtg rigged d them sticka pointing plnUngcontemptuously pointingcontemptuously
contemptuously to his jury topmasts but buteven buteven
even so we could not make up for the theI08S theIces
Ices of our togallantsls and then we lost lostmore lostmore
more sails and had to keep on patching patchlngand
and replacing canvas canvaaThe canvasThe
The straining hull spread some ot the theHIUlW theseams
seams coming around the Cape ot Good GoodHope GoodHope
Hope and for two days we had worked workedthe workedthe
the pumps until the weather cleared We Wefinally Wefinally
finally recalked lked the deck and some or the theaide theside
aide seams but we had to work the pumps pumpsmore pumpsmore
more or Ie lees all the rest or the voyage voyageNo
No use going over the whole voyage voyageIt
It was day after day or plunging and lift lletlnIr liftlag
lag to head seas and beating about for tormiles formiles
miles to gain a mile or headway headwayIt
It was all on account of the loss of ofthat ofthat
that cat It Tom bad not been cast to tothe tothe
the sharks we would never have made madesuch madesuch
such a voyage voyageIOMENS voyageWOMENS
IOMENS AMERICAN CLUB CLUBGIVES CLUBGIVES
GIVES A CARD PARTY PARTYAbout
About 115 members ot the Womens WomensAmerican WomensAmerican
American dub their husbands and andfriend andtrlens
friend enjoyed themselves last night nightat
at a card party at the Federation of ofLabor ofLabor
Labor hall During the early part ot otthe ofthe
the evening various games were wereplayed wereplayed
played following which sln stndwfches stndwfchescake wlches wlchescake
cake and coffee < were served to the theplnypri theplayrrs
plnypri ThE gatherIng partook of a asoial asOjai
soial or gpt aCqualnted party and andpoIitis andpoflttcs
poIitis did not enter Into the atIalr
Twn NfW COAL COALMINtS COALMINESTO
MINtS MINESTO TO OPEN OPfNInspector OPENInspector
Inspector Tells of Vast Depos Deposits
its in Carbon and Emery EmeryCounties EmeryCounties
Counties CountiesMACHINERY CountiesMACHINERY
MACHINERY IS INSTALLED INSTALLEDOUTPUT
OUTPUT WILL BE E SUFFICIENT TO TOSUPPLY TOSUPPLY
SUPPLY STATE FOR YEARS YEARSWork YEARSWork
Work Is being rushed In Carbon and andEmery andEmery
Emery counties Installing machInery machIneryfor
for two of the largest coal mines In Inthe inthe
the United States according to J E EPettit EPettit
Pettit state coal mine Inspector who whohas whohas
has just returned from that district and andleft andleft
left yesterday for an Inspection of the themines themines
mines at CoahlHe Mr Pettit has been beenout beenout
out of the city for two weeks but the thestarting theStarting
starting ot several new mines will keep keephim keephim
him on the road nearly all ot the time timeThe timeThe
The two mines are those Of the Con Consolldated Consolidated
solldated Fuel company In Miller MillerCreek MillerCreek
Creek Carbon county and the Castle CastleValley CastleValley
Valley company in Cedar Creek CreekEmery CreekEmery
Emery county The two mines are In Inthe inthe
the same mountain and experts who whohave whohave
have gone over the country thoroughly thoroughlydeclare thoroughlydeclare
declare there Is more coal In that urn limIted urnIted
Ited area than In any other place In InAmerica inAmerica
America The two companies are rush rushIng rushilug
lug preliminary work and will begin beginshipping beginshipping
shipping coal within tI rsnort time timeWhen timeThen
When these companies begin shipping shippingcoal
coal Utah will come to the front more morethan morethan
than ever as one of the chief coal coalproducing coalproducing
producing states In the Union It Is Isdeclared isdeclared
declared by Mr Pettit that the com companies cornpanics
panics will 111 be able to ship as much muchcoal muchcoal
coal as the demands of Utah require requireas
as they will have good railroad facili facilities facilities
ties and have enough coal In sight to tosupply tosupply
supply the state for many years yearsNew yearsNew
New Town TownA
A new town will be built near the theConsolidated theConsolidated
Consolidated Fuelcompanys Fuel companys mine minewhich minewhich
which will be called Hiawatha There Therewill Therewill
will be a town at about 300 OO before the thefirst theftrst
first ot the year and this will 1I1 likely
be Increased to 500 5 early In 1910 The Thecompany Thecompany
company will have an output dally of ofbetween ofbetween
between 2000 and 3000 ton IS There are arenow arenow
now fourteen men wortdng In th thmines the themines >
mines besides scores on the railroad railroadRobert railroadRobert
Robert Howard Is superintendent of ofthe oftile
the mine and expects to ship coal by bythe bythe
the middle of November NovemberVork NovemberWork
Work was started later on the Cedar CedarCreek CedarCreek
Creek companys pro property erty and this thiscompany thiscompany
company will not begin the shipping of ofcoal ofcoal
coal until next February or March The TheCedar TheCedar
Cedar Valley company will have a dally dallyoutput dailyoutput
output of about 4000 tons or as much muchas
as the trade demands for machinery machinerywll
will be Installed which will be able to toalmost toalmost
almost double the outPUt Intended IntendedThe intendedThe
The Castle Valley company has 4400 4400acres 4400acres
acres of patented coal land and the theConsoUdated theConsolidated
Consolidated Fuel company a total of
1400 acres of patented land The Themountain Themountain
mountain In which the coal lies burled burledIs
Is well timbered There are five large largeveins largeveins
veins In the Castle Valley side of the thomountain themountain
mountain and three well defined veins velnlSQf
Qf coal In the Consolidated Fuel com companys cornpanys
panys side sideHIS sideHIS
r
HIS KNOWLEDGE 0 THE WORLD WORLDDundee WORLDDundee
Dundee Advertiser AdvertiserA
A newly appointed Scottish miplster onhis on onhis
his first Sunday of office had reason to tocomplain tocomplain
complain of the poorness pf the collec collection collection
tion tionMon
Mon replied one or the elders they theyare theyare
are closevera close But confidentially contidentlallythe
the auld meenlster he put three or four fouraaxpence foursaxpence
aaxpence Into the plate hisser just to gie giethem gtethem
them a start or course he took the sax saxpences saxpenees
pences awa with him afterwards afterwardsThe
The new minister tried the same plan planbut planbut
but the next Sunday he again bad to re report report
port a dismal failure The total collection collectionwas
was not only small but he was grieved to tofind tofind
find that his own sixpences were missing
Yo may be R better preacher than the theauld theauld
auld meenlster exclaimed the elder butIf but butIt
It ye had half the knowledge 0 the theworld theworld
world an o Yfr sin flock In particular particularyed
yed d ha done what he did an glued the thesixpences theeixpences
sixpences to the plate late J
BOY INJURED INJUREDFTALLY INJUREDFTALLYPitchfork F TALL Y YPitchfork
Pitchfork Tine Pierces the Lung of ofFarmer ofFarmer
Farmer Lad LadSpecial LadSpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanRichfield
Richfield Sept lBWord comes from tromSalina fromSauna
Salina of a serIous accident to a boy boynamed boynamed
named Bird from which be Is expected to todie todie
die His father owns Ii farm on Goose Gooseberry Gooseberry
berry creek a few miles east ot Salina Salinaand SaUnaand
and while the boy WAS attending to some somemattens somematters
matters around the stables a pitchfork pltchrorkwhich pitchforkwhich
which his sister was using on the hay haystack haystack
stack dropped from her hands and struck
the boy standing below One or the tines tinespierced tinespierced
pierced his right lung entering just above abovethe abovethe
the collar bone No ho boo > e Is entertained
for his r recovery recoveryNewbros coveryNewbros
Newbros NewbrosHerpicide NewbrosHerpicide
Herpicide HerpicideStands
Stands StandsThe StandsThe
The TheTest Thelest
Test of ofTime ofTime
Time TimeThe
The Original remedy to tokill tokill
kill the dandruff germ gennAny germAny
Any article depending solely up upon upon
on Its advertising to achieve suc succeS6 suocess
cess Is never lasting lastingTbe
The history ot Newbros Herpl Herplclde Herpicide
clde Is one ot continued successes succeSesThere successesThere
There Is nothing ot romance about aboutIt
It the story being simply ono or ornatural ofnatural
natural Irresistible growth growthHerplclde growthHerpicide
Herplclde has been advertised to tobe I
be sure but Its success is due more morelargely morelargely
largely to real merit than to the thecompanys I Icompanys
companys publicity compalgn compaignMore I IIore
More lIerplclcle Is sold eerTTeRr eery year yearby I
by IIRtJl satisfied ed trlcntl IJY happy users ullerIIlnlng userssinging
singing its praises to other than thanby
bT the newspaper DlhoerUlllng DlhoerUlllngPRAISED nilvertisingPRAISED I
PRAISED flY THE MINISTRY UXISlRYI
I Qnll Newbros lIerplelde In inevery
every vny ny OomlnJ up to the thehlgheAt tim timhighest I
highest standard of excellence exeelleneee
We e hue used It In our family rRmllTfor
for 8eve1l1 years and have haverecommended
I
recommended It to many
friends In need of Inch n renl rcnmedy
ed edy and In no case have we weever weever I
ever heard auythlng but the thehlJhelllt thehighest
hlJhelllt prRllllo from those who whohave I Ihuve
have used usedSigned ft i i8lgnell
Signed A F RAGATZ RAGATZPu RAGATZPastor
Pu Pastor tor M I m Church Loveland IAnelanlFlu LovelandFlu
Flu FluliAS FluHAS
HAS A NICE JIEAD OF RAIR RAIRDUE ITAIUnIJE
DUE 10 I1ERPICIDE I1ERPICIDESuch IIERPICIDFLSuch
Such Is the tribute of Mrs Mae MaeMcDonald MaeMcDonald
McDonald 41 Main St Flat 8 8Jacksonville 8Jacksonville
Jacksonville FIa She sa aays 8 8I
I wall troubled very much muehfrom muchfront
from dandruff und my hair was wnllettlng wasgetting
getting thinner every 11u day hut hutthonb buttimunks
thonb to Tour wonderful rem reme remeuy
e euy my hair Inn stopped full fulllug I IIng
lug out and I am not troubled troubledlinT
linT more with dandruff I IIRc IIRca
a nice head ot hair Just from fromusing fromusing
using I1elIIOltle I1elIIOltleliEN llerpicitleWREN
WREN liEN A DOc DOCTOR < rOR ENDORSES ENDORSESA
A PROPRIETARY ARTICLE ARTICLEIT RTICLEIT
IT MUST DE RIGHT RIGHTI
UI I find that NebrolJ lIfrpl lIfrplcille Iterpidde
cille TIll do nil It III reOolll reOolllmended rccoimniended
mended to do I have IJr prescribed prescribedit lcrlbed lcrlbedIt
It a number or thnell nod find Its Itsproper 1t 1tproper
proper use stoPII failing hair hnirAll hairAs
All a hair dressing there 1 1nothing lm lmnothing
nothing bettOr bettOrSigned betterSigned
Signed DIt vn GIDSON GIDSONDefiRnce GIDSONDefiance
Defiance Ohio
There re no dlsafp disappointments < lntments for torusers forusers
users or Newbros Herplclde The Theresults Theresults
results are alwa always 8 positive satis
fying remarkable It Is the one onepreparatJon onepreparaUon
preparatJon the claims for which whichare
are substantiated by Its ue
Send ten cents for liberal ample sampleof ampleof
of Herplclde and Interesting book bookon
on The Hall and Ita Care to The
Herplcide Co Dept 31B Detroit
Mich MichApplications MmliApplications
Applications obtained at th the best
barber shops shopsOno chopsOne
Ono dollar bottles are gUl1ran
teed teedFor
For sale at all Drug Stores StoresSmith StoresSmith
Smith Drug Company CompanyDruehl CompanyDruehi
Druehl Franken FrankenSPECIAL PrankenSPECIAL
SPECIAL AGENTS
1 I
TRIP TRIPINDUCtS TRIPINDUCES
INDUCtS SLUr SLUrFormer
Former Salt Lake Resident ResidentTakes ResidentTakes
Takes Nap High in the theClouds theClouds
Clouds CloudsMany CloudsMany
Many of the local people who have havehlld havehad
had dealings on the Salt Lake stock stockand atodkand
and mining exchange during the last lasttwo lasttwo
two years read with Interest th the news newspaper newspaper
paper accoun accounts l FrIday morning ot the theIntere8t1ng theinteresting
interesting balloon trip enjoyed Thurs Thursday Thursday
day by P Ch Chester ster Thompson a former formerSalt formerSalt
Salt Laker In company with Charles CharlesJ
J GlIdden a Boston balloon pilot pilotwhen pilotwhen
when they ascended above the clouds cloudsto
to a height of 600 feet 111 Thomp Thompson
son according to his pilot was affected affectedto
to such an extent by the altitude that thathe thathe
he tell asleep and slept for an hour hourMr hourMr
Mr Thompson was mentioned in the thedispatches thedispatches
dispatches as an engineer of Salt Lake Lakebut Lakebut
but was not so known here He came cameto cameto
to this city from New ew York about two twoyears twoyears
years ago as a promoter and was as associated assoclated
sociated for a time In ouslness with withRichard withRichard
Richard J Evans on the mining ex exchang exchange
chang and later figured as represent representativE representative
ativE > of Samuel Newhouse He re remained remained
mained here only 8 few months re returning returning
turning to New York last year and has hassince hassince
since been In that city and In Boston BostonCOUNTRY BostonCOUNTRYEDITORS
COUNTRY COUNTRYEDITORS EDITORS DAY DAYMany DAYMany
Many Varied Calls on His Time but butHe butHe
He Meets Them All AllWa AllWashington
Wa Washington blngton Poet PoetThe PestThe
The duties of the editor of a live coun country country
try weekly with a circulation of 5000 5000and 5000and
and a working force ot fifteen or eight eighteen eighteen
een are as the sand swept by the tides
There Is no end to em emAt emAt
At 730 a m Saturday morning such suchan suchan
an editor wa seated on his high tool stoolat toolat
at the long desk in the front part at his hisprint hisprint
print hop > > slicing open his man He Hechecked Hechecked
checked off the renewals on the mailing
list to his right handed the foreman foremanthe
the complaints from patent medIcine medIcineadertillers medicineadvertisers
advertisers and their changes and with withpen withpen
pen and ink attended to the letters that thatrequired thatrequired
required answers Then he rolled up
150 papers In 81n single Wraps marked each eachone eachone
one Ample copy with a rubber stamp stampand stampand
and addressed them to possible sub subscribers subscribers
scribers and advertisers adverthlersBetween advertisersBetween
Between 8 and 9 he refereed a contro controenl controversy
versy enl between his foreman and one ot otthe ofthe
the job printers helped a printer girl girlto girlto
to decipher ten pages ot badly written writtenpenmanship writtenpenmanship
penmanship by Old Subscriber and andentertained andentertained
entertained a committee of women seek seeking
ing assistance for a church enterprise enterpri841It
It was 10 when the editor began mak making inaking
ing out some bills for tne collector who whostood whostood
stood by waiting A small gentleman gentlemanwe1ring gentlemanwearing
wearing spectacles came In deferential deferentially
130 removing a rusty stiff hat hatI
I have some poetry be said pro
ducing a paper paperThe paperThe
The editor looked up apprehensively
1 would like to read it to you ou if you youcould yo yocould
could spare the Um time the visitor went wenton
on getting closer closerTheres closerTheres
Theres 8 man in the front room who
likes poetry try aid the editor R Read ad Jt Jtto
to him himnut him1tut
nut youre the editor arent you ou
Vellyesbut VellyesbutThen
Then you ate the proper party It Itwont Itwont
wont take long longThls longThis
This Is Saturday and Im awful
busy Couldnt you come retmd XGa XGaday Msday
day dayI
1 will not be in town MondaY I live 11ftIn livein
In Iowa an and l Im her vWttttg vWttttgnephew niy niynephew
nephew Tom Jones Mr Jones tat tatyour tkve tkveyour
your paper paperOb paperOh
Ob he does Well go ah aheed aft4 aft4read aMread
read It ItThe ItThe
The editor settled wearily back In a achair achair
chair and the collector left sythg rIftc rIftcould sA sAtould
tould ould return In the afternoon for tile tilebills thebills
bills TA poet got oU tn me middle of ofthe ofthe
the big room and rad It in a Uatrfc Uatrfcvoice trv4tcvoice
voice The printers thln thinking It Itentertainment a fri frientertaInment
entertainment quit work and gathered ptberearound gatheredaround
around There were ten pages ot the tbepoem thepoem
poem and It took an hour to get at rid of ofthe efthe
the poet poetThen poetThen
Then the editor be began an again on ht htbills h hbills
bills finished them and the collector collectorhaving collectorhaving
having gone he started to 10 out with withthem withthem
them himself when dOther caller wu wuushered warnushered
ushered in He had a frown on his face taceand faceand
and the editor saw trouble In his sup suppressed IUppressed
pressed manner He wanted to know it itthe ifthe
the paper meant to ridicule him and his hlafamily hisfamily
family about a cat and a parrot story storyIt
It had printed In that Issue He said saidthe saidthe
the parrot was worth 260 and that be becould hecould
could not see anything to joke about aboutwhen aboutwhen
when the eat killed It ItThe itThe
The editor manfully a assumed umed aU blame blamefor blamefor
for the story which had been written writtenby
by a reporter In insisted lted that no harm harmhad harmhad
had been intended and that he would wouldbe
be more careful in the tUture When the thevisitor thevisitor
visitor left the frown was gone and the theeditor theeditor
editor had another dollar for renewaL renewaLDlrectly renewaLDirectly
Directly after dinner ne editor was wassummoned wassummoned
summoned to a private meeting of the thecountys thecountys
countys lawyers and a few citizens to toconsider toconsider
consider a threatened move by certain certainperSQns certainpersons
persons who held a large number ot otbOnds ofbonds
bOnds against the county and WIth WIthwhom withwhom
whom the county had been litigating for torthirty forthirty
thirty years It was a serious and Im Important heportant
portant meeting and lasted unttllte until late in inthe inthe
the afternoon afternoonWhen afternoonWhen
When the editor got back to his of office offlee
flee he found the collector had been beenthere
there waited an hour dud left t In d dli dligust
gust Then he took the blllll and went wentout Wentout
out to collect from the merchants dur durIng during
Ing the rush hour of the bu1e buelest t day in inthe Inthe
the week weekHe weekHe
He hated to do It but he knew at i ioclock Soclock
oclock the bread line would form by bythat bythat
that long desk and that the ghost had hadto hadto
to dance whether it felt in a froUck froUckmood frolickymood
mood or not As the clock wu striking striklncthe
the hour the editor a bit tired but with withlight withlight
light of victory In his eye was on hand handwith handwith
with the gooods gooodsWhen gooodsWhen
When the last toiler had passed by the thelong thelong
long desk the telephone rang It was a acall acall
call from the superintendent of the At Atlanta Atlanta
lanta public school twelve miles back backIn
In the country The su superintendent rlntendent said saidthere saidthere
there was to be a declamatory contest contestat
at his school that evening and that the theboard theboard
board had decided to have the editor act actas actas
as judge He knew the editor would be bedelighted bedelighted
delighted with the honor and they theywould theywould
would look for him at 130 sharp M Mthe Asthe
the paper has k large subscription list listat listat
at Atlanta the editor had to go and andumpire andumpire
umpire the proceedings which lasted Jaateduntil lasteduntil
until nearly midnight midnichtNext midnightNext
Next morning at 930 sharp the editor editorwu editorwas
wu on band at the Presbyterian Sun Sunday Sunday
day school where he taught a class and andnot andnot
not JonI thereafter smiled Indulgently IndulgenUyas
as the late arrivals excused their tardi tardiness tardiflees
ness on the grounds or multitudinous multltuctlnouduties multitudinousduties
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That Is Why Drs Shores CURE THEIR PATIENTS PATIENTSThe
The majority ot people with Chronc Diseases have tried Doctor after Doctor and medicine after medicine medicinewith medicinewith
with no rel1efand become skepthalnaturally soand Imagine all Doctars are fraud NOT BOtbe chances ehancesare
are that every doctor did hh bestbe would be foolish to do otherwtseand IC he failed It was beeauae he DID DIDNOT DIDPOT
NOT KNOW HOW TO CURJ1he Jacked the years ot eXjaneneMmontr sick peoplethe peculiar training
that a lifes study of Chronic Diseases brings to the Specialistnit thlll Is WHERE Dr Drs Shores excel la their theirspeclalt theirspecialty
specialty practice They have treated over 100000 cases ot Catarrh Chronic and Nervous diseases In the past paltseventeen pastseventeen
seventeen earsthey to aw away y with EXPERIMEKTINGthey KNOW HOOW Their immense practleftPrin practleftPrinclpally practleePrInclpally
clpally among wage earnfr earn rsto to whom every dollar countgI as led Drs Shores to adopt the uniform low fle flesystem fesystem
system that bas brought health and andhapplne85
happiness Into the humblest homes MRS JONE8 JON SAYS AYSin
in the landlIB well a 13 into the therich tlny Curns In M ald I want to thank Dr Shores for forrich
rich mans palace Rockefellers IHu 11 U the good they have done me and my
wealth cannot buy more expert husband I know ot many cases In Inservice inMalad
service than the poor mans 5 can Malad which have been cured bv
Under Drs Shores Generous Plan J Dra Shores My husband was one ot
5 month mdlclne free for aU i iCatarrhal
a 4 them In mJ own cue local doc doetors
Catarrhal Chronic diseases there is Mi tors did not understand my trouble troubleno
no need of anyone l yone sufferlngthpy They claimed I had gall atones and andcan
can be made well Many cases yield 1tld other troubles but did nt help mE
In one monthTllry few indeed Ie recan I wrote to Drs Shores and began beganCuirf begannuire
Cuirf > over three months for p per r i their treatment when I warn b b11Inent bed bednanent
11Inent cures fast Anel could not move myself In Intwo Intwo
two weeks I felt better and in olla onemonth
MEDICAL SKILL mouth walt up and around join doing A my myhousework
housework and feeling splendid
Doesnt mean just sufficient technl This Improvement has been per
cal knowledge to enable a to
man manentalthough I am 17 years old
pass a Medical Examination and and have uttered for 2 t year yearsfell tell
Ion lini rut his shingle It means AC away to skIn aDd bones lost my
TUAL PRACTICE AMONG THE breath had cold sweats and terrible
SICKCor yers and yearsdaily palnSnow I fell splendid and all
watching and learnlnj learnin from each Malad thinks I was practicallY
case the secrets of 2iature and tn t1 the raised from the dead Write me If
cure for disease you want more particulars you who
Such knowl knowledge lfe Is pofneJ by suffer
Drs Shores In a wonderful degree Signed MRS DAVID C JONES
No matter how sick you areno Mrs David C Jones Malad Idaho Malad Mal Idaho Idahomatter Idahomatter
matter who nas faileddont give giveup giveUI
up hope until Des Shores have DO YOU IIA IIAV VI CATAKllHf CATAKllHfpassed CATARKIIpassed
passed tireless backed by upon conscientious many your years ears case ot the research Honest larg large largest vrv Ye e Treat reat Many READ Folks THESE DO Have SYMPTOMS Catarrh and AND Dont n SZ Know It
e est t practice In the Westhave made CATARRH IX THE TU Don Dont t risk neeetlng neeetlngDrs
Drs Shores successful beyond all READ AND THROAT these warnlntop the theothersIt theotherstt
othersIt Is not the result of accl ned an d C ure This form ot catarrh Is disease before It reaches reached reachesdentbut
d ntbut a deserved success It moat commonresulting the lung lungcosts lungscosts
costs you nothing to secure the hon from neglected cold OF p TnX TI BAKS BAKSest AR5est
est opinion ot these learned Sp Spe CAT A T A H II i H quickly cured with lIttie littlicialists
Catarrh extends from the theyou
clallsts In your own case Won t cost by Drs Shores Fa
you TRY to get well Wont you let DEAFNESS NCSII mous Treatment throat along the eustachian eustachianDrs
Drs ShorEs tell you the truth free AND N D THn TIrtOAr i Is your no nose stopp stopped tubes bit rralnr into th the ears t causing causingrRoUBLS I l
rR0UBLES HYE up partial or e complete deaf deafAND
nen Quickly cured with withEASES
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R E Ears and EASES B R 0 N charge little FamoUS cost T Treatment TreatmentM by tin Dra t Shores
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rv 1 BLADDER THOU If your throat dry la y your our 8181 ears
BLES CHRONIC the morning mornln1D Do Cu on b bear better some somep
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i ET l T S PIN P I N A L or throat Is neglected or usually caused by swallow swallowTRorBLE swallowTFiUBiE
TRorBLE SKIN wrongfully treated It ex Inlr poisonous mueuous mueuousDI
DI DIsEASES EASES S C I tend down the windpipe which drops drown from tromA
4 a A f I C A AND A N D Into the bronchial tube the head and throat at atR
i R I HE H E U lrATISM and after awhile attack night QuIcklY cured at atD atD
D I SEA S E A S E S the lungs Quickly cured little cost by Drs Shores ShoresOF ShorestFTliDBOWELS
OF tFTliDBOWELS THE BOWELS with little coot bJ Dr Famous Treatment TreatmentPILES Treatmentpiris
PILES FISTULA Shores Famous Treatment 1s j there nausea nauseaA 1 1AND
AND A N 1 RECTAL Have you a cough Do you belch up gallr gallrTROeBLES gas gasTRornrES
TROeBLES GOI Do you ou take cold Are you ou constipated constipatedT
T TTL R E OR BIG easily 0011 i your tongue coated coatedNECK coatedNIK
NECK BLOOD have you pain In the Do you bloat up after afterDISEASES afternisisFs
DISEASES TAPE sl side er eating eaUnlfrW
W v 0 R M HAY H A Y 10 tou Z ral raii frothy ma q Is there constant bad
MISS BERTHA JENSEN F EVE E V E R H Y tennis taste In the mouth r
211 11 West Fifth North 8t S T E RIA R I A ETC 10 you spit t up little Now wo Is the time to be beSalt beSalt
Salt Lake City AND ALL CUR cheesy lump permanently cured Drs DrsMI19 Drs111cc
MI19 Jensen says I have dad ABLE NERVOUS 10 you tee you are Shores ores are curing hundreds hundredstrouble hundredstrouble
trouble with my ears and nose AND A N D CHRONIC growing weaker every year yearnearly yearnearly
nearly all ached DISEASES DISEASESand
life
and pained my and were My ears constantly PRICES AND A S Special peCIM D Department epI men t f for or Men Menrunning ruenrunning
running I bad such whistling T E R M S LOW Strictly private and separate All discharges weak
noises In m3 ears that people could AND A N D UNIFORM nesses blood poison varicocele and like troubles quickly
actually hear the whistle when I AND CAN CAN BE n and cheaply cured
blew m my nose My head and no nose e ARRANGED TO o AN X EXCIuSIVG TRBATMKlT FOR IfVBAICNESS
stopped upand I found
never any
SUIT YOUR CON Drs Shores discovered that ALL
relief until Drs Shores treated me long ago nearly cases
VENIENCE at 1I0called WEAKNE S In caused from DIS
In men were
tv two Weeks
0 the noises
stopped stoppedthe
EASED OR ENLARGED PROSTATE GLAND Drs Shores Shoresnose
the pain got better the head and 5 A MONTH
rose cleared up and I feel so much 11 E D I C I N E S are the originators ot their treatment for this common commonbetter
yet little understood trouhleand their treatment Is not notpleasure
better in that it Is a F R E E ALL
every way
pleasure t to add testimony to A T A R Ii R HAL H A L given Or EVEN KNOWN by any Quack Doctor or orrs
rs Shores es S skill my CHRONIC D I S Fake Medical Institute In the world By their original originalSISho originalmethods
SISho EASES methods Drso Shores CURE these ocalled cases ot
Signed gne BERTHA RTHA JENSEN
WEAKNESS quickly surely and cheaply Personal treat treatment treatmont
mont by Dra Shores No cheap hired doctors doctorsCONSULTATION doctorsCONSULTATION
CONSULTATION AND ADVICE IS FREE AND ANDNlfiW ANDCONFIDENTIAL
CONFIDENTIAL NTIAL EITHER AT THE OFFICE OR
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