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View Ad Johson's Homemade Family Medicines Count: 17 First Date: 1872-06-01 Last Date: 1873-02-15
JOHNSON’S HOMEMADE FAMILY MEDICINES! Warranted to be Better than the Best Im- ported, and Give Ample Satisfaction. BONESET PILLS. Purely vegetable. They cleanse and purify the blood, stomach and bowels. Act powerfully upon the liver, kidneys and urinary organs. Break up fevers, strengthen digestion and bring the rosy hue of health to faces emaciated. Are tonic, cathartic, stimulant, and soothe, by removing the cause of disease. Are safe and harmless in all cases where cathartics are required, for either sex, for young or old. Try them fairly, and you will never use any more imported pills. Price 25 cents. EYE BALSAM. For dimness of vision, weak or drooping eyelids, inflamed eyes, old ulcers, sores, ringworm, tetters, cracked or sore lips, hands, etc. Price 25 cents. CONKLIN SALVE. For pains or weakness in the side, back, breast, or other parts of the system, cuts, wounds, sores, etc. Price 25 cents. ESSENCE OF LIFE cures cholera, diarrhea, summer complaints, coughs, cholics, toothache, and many other ills. Price 50 cents. These medicines are for sale, wholesale and retail, at ZION’S CO-OPERATIVE DRUG STORE, Salt Lake City, and at most of the co-operative stores throughout the Territory. If not kept in your stores, ask your merchants to send for them. Co-operative stores throughout the Territory fur- nished on commission, or sold at rates advantageous to purchasers. AGENTS are authorized to refund the money, where the medicines do not give satisfaction, and distribute to the poor needing the pills at expense of the proprietor one-twelfth of amount disposed of. From the Laboratory of J. E. JOHNSON, St. George, Utah.
View Ad R. W. H. Groves Count: 20 First Date: 1872-06-01 Last Date: 1873-03-15
DR. W. H. GROVES, DENTIST, Office Second South Street. Three doors west of Great Western Hotel, half a block east of Elephant Store, Salt Lake City. Office Hours from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
View Ad Carpenter Count: 19 First Date: 1873-09-01 Last Date: 1874-06-01
MRS. CARPENTER, Physician and Surgeon, Office at the Townsend House, Room No. 50.
View Ad Mary H. Baker, Barker Count: 19 First Date: 1873-09-01 Last Date: 1874-06-01
MARY H. BARKER M. D., Office opposite Old Constitution Building, Main Street. Office hours -10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
View Ad H. K. Painter Count: 13 First Date: 1873-12-01 Last Date: 1874-06-01
MRS. H. K. PAINTER, M. D. ELECTRIC PHYSICIAN. Electricity administered when cases requre. Office, East side of Second East Street, one and a half blocks south of Theatre, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Crockwell Count: 12 First Date: 1874-05-01 Last Date: 1874-10-15
DOCTOR CROCKWELL. Has had nearly 40 years experience in the treatment of female diseases, making their complaints a speciality. He guarantees safe, easy and speedy relief in perilous cases, without the unpleasant and dangerous use of instruments, but with simple herbs. His remedies fill the nuptial couch with bliss, surrounds the heart with joyous ones and prevents their untimely ad- vent. He refers to his numerous patrons for the last 10 years in Utah. Residence near the street car track, 9th Ward, Fourth Fast St., Salt Lake City.
View Ad Nickoline Olsen Count: 3 First Date: 1875-12-15 Last Date: 1876-01-15
NOTICE. The undersigned begs to inform the public, she has sure and safe remedies for Disentery, Diarrhoea, Coughs, Canker, Cramp, Palpitation of the Heart, Liver and Lung complaints, Bruises, Itch, Yellow Jaundice Female Weaknesses of all kinds and premature births a specialty. Ladies accommodated with rooms at my residence during confinement. NICKOLINE OLSEN,Exam. Midwife. 4 1-2 blocks South of Street Car Station. 4th East St., 2nd Ward,
View Ad M. S. Benson Count: 2 First Date: 1876-03-01 Last Date: 1876-03-15
Mrs. M.S. BENSON Has had 25 years experience as an Accoucher and Her- balist. She makes a specialty of Female Complaints, and of Fits. Office and residence ot Morris’ corner, one block south of the Theatre on the State Road.
View Ad Woolcott's Pain Paint Count: 13 First Date: 1876-11-15 Last Date: 1877-05-01
WOOLCOTT’S PAIN PAINT IS THE GREAT HOUSEHOLD REMEDY For Inflammation, Fever or Heat. Does not burn, Smart or color the skin, and requires no rubbing. Recom- mended for all Eruptive Diseases, Rheumatism, Bruises, Wounds, Colds, Frosted Feet, &c. PRICE FIFTY CENTS. Hundreds of References in Salt Lake City. The Ogden Junction says: “Pain Paint is a wonderful remedy and ought to be widely known.” A HOME PREPARATION. ONLY CITY AGENCIES—11th and 15th Ward Co-op Stores, Deseret Bakery, Main Street, Morgan's, 7th Ward Cooper's, 17th Ward (and Woman's Commission House. AGENTS WANTED. No Capital but Bishop’s Recommend required. Ad- dress this office.
View Ad Col. J. Reese Count: 2 First Date: 1877-07-01 Last Date: 1877-07-15
COL. J. REESE Is Sole Agent for Utah, for the Almond Pow- der Toilet Soap. Finely powdered and put up in glass bottles, with per- forated tops. As a toilet article, it is excellent; it clean- ses and purifies the skin. For sale, wholesale and retail, corner First South and Second West Street, Fourteenth Ward.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 7 First Date: 1877-12-01 Last Date: 1878-03-01
Mrs. ROMANIA B. PRATT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND RESIDENCE in 12th Ward on 2d South St., between 5th and 6th East Sts., six blocks East of Post Office.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 7 First Date: 1878-03-15 Last Date: 1878-06-15
Mrs. ROMANIA B. PRATT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE AND ADDRESS—Main Street, over Dr. Richards’ Drug Store, nearly opposite Z.C.M.I.
View Ad Ellen B. Ferguson Count: 16 First Date: 1878-05-15 Last Date: 1879-01-15
DR. ELLEN B. FERGUSON, Physician and Surgeon, Office and residence, First East Street, between First and second South Streets. Special attonthn, given to obstetrics and diseases of Children, also diseases of the throat and Lungs.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1878-05-15 Last Date: 1878-05-15
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, Main Street, south of Z. C. M. I. next door to Williams & Young. Residence 11th ward, 7th East Street, between 1st and 2d South streets. Special attention given to Obstetrics, diseases of women and minor surgery.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1878-06-01 Last Date: 1878-06-01
MRS. ELLIS R. Shipp, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, Main Street, Old Constitution Buildings, Opposite Z. C. M. I., over the Tailoring Department. Residence, 11th ward, 7th East Street, between 1st and 2d South Streets. Special attention given to Obstetrics, and diseases of women.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 11 First Date: 1878-06-15 Last Date: 1878-11-15
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, PITYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office, Main Street, Old Constitution Buildings, Opposite Z.C. M. I. Residence, 11th ward, 7th East Street, between South and 1st South Streets. Special attention given to Obstetrics and diseases of women.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 72 First Date: 1878-07-01 Last Date: 1881-09-15
ROMANIA B. PRATT, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OFFICE—Up stiars, in Old Constitution Building, Residence six blocks east of Post Office, south side of street. Special study has been given to Obstetrics, diseases of Women, and DISEASES of the EYE AND EAR.
View Ad Sara's Salve Count: 2 First Date: 1878-09-01 Last Date: 1878-09-15
SARA’S SALVE! PURE and harmless, inwardly or outwardly applied, will prove a great blessing to the afflicted. Spread it as thin as possible on linen when applied outwardly. Cover the forehead and back of the neck over night with the plaster for neuralgia, around the ears for earache or roaring sounds, the cheek for toothache. Cover the nip- ples when sore, or the breast when painful, the back and chest when aching, the stomach when cramped. When suffering from inward complaints, roll some of it into pills and take from one to five, according to the degree of pain or condition of the patient. As clyster, nothing will equal it. For burns and frozen hands and feet, it is bet- ter than any other remedy. It is excellent for chapped hands. It will cure felons in two or three days. It takes off dead flesh in a few hours. It will cure old sores that have baffled the most skillful doctors for scores of years. Lame limbs of years standing it will cure in a week or two. All kinds of aches or pains or open sores on man or beast it will cure. Those that have tried it will not be without it. JULIA S. WINHOLM. For sale at the Commission House, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Susanna Deck Count: 2 First Date: 1878-09-01 Last Date: 1878-09-15
SUSANNA DECK, Graduated Midwife and Nurse, FROM THE COLLEGE OF ZURICH IN SWITZERLAND RESIDENCE-Twelfth Ward, three doors east of H.B. Clawson’s, on South Temple Street.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 4 First Date: 1878-12-15 Last Date: 1879-02-01
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Residence—Ephriam, Sanpete County. Special attention given to Obstetrics, and diseases of women. :
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1879-05-15 Last Date: 1879-05-15
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and Residence—11th Ward. Special attention given to Obstetrics, and diseases of women.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 17 First Date: 1879-06-01 Last Date: 1880-02-15
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Has opened her Medical Class at her residence in the 13th Ward, two blocks and a half east of the Post Office south side of the street, nearly opposite the Presbyterian Church. Special attention given to Obstetrics, and diseases of women.
View Ad A. B. Dunford Count: 43 First Date: 1880-04-01 Last Date: 1882-03-15
DR. A. B. DUNFORD, DENTIST. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID to Filling and Preserving the Natural teeth,. Teeth Carefully Extracted. False TEETH inserted from one tooth to a Full Set, in the Most Approved Manner. PRICES to Suit the Times and First Class Work Guaranteed. OFFICE: — MAIN ST., OPPOSITE SALT LAKE HOUSE. P. O. BOX’ 541.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 12 First Date: 1880-05-01 Last Date: 1880-10-15
WARNER'S SAFE BITTERS It is the best Blood Purifier, and stimulates every function to more healthful action, and is thus a benefit in all diseases. In eliminating the impurities of the blood, the natural and necessary result is the cure of Scrof- ulous and other Skin Eruptions and Diseases, including Cancers, Ulcers and other Sores. Dyspepsia, Weakness of the Stomach, Consti- pation Dizziness, General Debility, etc., are cured by the Safe Bitters. It is Unequaled as an appetizer and regular tonic. It is a medicine which should be in every fam- ily, and which, wherever used, will save the payment of many doctors’ bills. Bottles of two sizes; prices, 50 cents and $1.00. SAFE KIDNEY & LIVER CURE SAFE DIABETES CURE SAFE TONIC NERVINE PILLS READ! Save Thyself Warner's Safe Reme- dies are sold by Druggists and Dealers in Medicine everywhere. H.H. Warner & CO., Proprietors, Rochester, N.Y. Send for Pamphlet and Testimonials.
View Ad Ellen B. Ferguson Count: 9 First Date: 1880-07-01 Last Date: 1880-11-01
ELLEN B. FERGUSON, Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE on Main St., over Calder’s Music Store. RESIDENCE on South Temple Street, between 9th and 16th East Streets. Special attention given to Obstetrics, Diseases of Children and Diseases of the THROAT, HEART and LUNGS.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 1 First Date: 1880-08-01 Last Date: 1880-08-01
AN EDUCATIONAL ENDORSEMENT:—The Rev. C. A. Harvey. D. D., of the Howard University, of Washington, has adressed the following letter to Messrs. Warner & Co., of Rochester N.Y. GENTLEMEN: I take pleasure in stating that I have for two years past been acquainted with the remedy known as Warner’s Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, and with its remarkable curative efficiency in obstinate and so called incurable cases of Bright’s Disease in this city. In some of these cases, which seemed to be in the last stages, and which had been given up by pract- citioners of both schools, the speedy change wrought by this remedy seemed but little less than miraculous. I am convinced that for Bright’s Disease, in all its stages, no remedy heretofore discovered can be held for one mo- ment in comparison with this. Respectfully Yours. C.A. HARVEY.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 1 First Date: 1880-08-15 Last Date: 1880-08-15
THE SUMMER SOLSTICE.—One great reason why hot weather is so debilitating lies in the fact that the body is exhausted by the labors of the year. Indeed, it is natural that this should be so. In order, therefore, to resist this tendency to exhaustion it only becomes neces- sary to re-invigorate the body, which can readily be done by one or two bottles of War- ner’s Safe Tonic. This remedy is being exten- sively used by physicians for this purpose, and is for sale by druggists in all parts of the world.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 1 First Date: 1880-09-01 Last Date: 1880-09-01
A Happy Restoration. —I can truly say that I owe my present existence and happy res- toration to the hopes and joys of life, to the use of Warner’s Safe Kidney Cure, and I say to every one suffering from any manner, of kidney, liver or urinary trouble, ‘‘Use this remedy and recover.” Holley, N. Y. Feb. 25, 1880.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 3 First Date: 1880-09-15 Last Date: 1880-10-15
Class :in Obstetrics. DR. ROMANIA B PRATT, WILL COMMENCE ANOTHER CLASS IN OBSTET. rics, October 7th, 1880. By giving three lectures a week, and the students giving their whole time to study, the usual term of six months can be reduced to a little less than five. Terms, $30. Books, three in number $12. Those desiring to join the Class should send in their names and orders for books, as they require to be sent for East.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 8 First Date: 1880-10-01 Last Date: 1881-03-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE in Bishop Hunter’s old residence, between Z. C. M. I. and the National Bank. RESIDENCE llth Ward, 7th East Street, between South and 1st South Streets, west wide of street. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children as special- ties.
View Ad Ellen B. Ferguson Count: 12 First Date: 1880-11-15 Last Date: 1881-08-01
ELLEN B. FERGUSON, | Physician and Surgeon. OFFICE on Main St., Old Constitution Buildings. RESIDENCE on South Temple Street, between 9th and l0th East Streets. Special attention given to Obstetrics, Diseases of Children and Diseases of the THROAT, HEART and LUNGS.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 9 First Date: 1880-11-15 Last Date: 1881-03-15
WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY & LIVER CURE Is made from &@ Simple Tropical Leaf of Rare value, and is a POSITIVE Remedy for all the diseases that cause pains in the lower part of the body—for Torpid Liver—Head- ache—Jaundice—Dizziness, Gravel, Malaria, and all difficult- Ies of the Kidneys, Liver, and Urinary Organs. For Fe- male Diseases, it has no equal. It restores the organs that make the blood, and hence is the best Blood Purifier. It is the only known remedy that cures Bright’s Dis- ease. For Diabetes, use Warner’s Safe Diabetes Cure, For Sale by Druggists and Dealers at $1,25 per bottle. Largest bottle in the Market. Try it. H. H. WARNER & CO., Rochester, N.Y.
View Ad H. H. Warner & Co. Count: 1 First Date: 1880-12-15 Last Date: 1880-12-15
I have suffered from kidney difficulty for the past ten years, accompanied by nervous spasms. Physicians gave me but temporary relief, but after using three and one-half bottles of War- ner’s Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, my nervous spasms were entirely relieved. My age is 77 years. I recommend the great remedy, to all sufferering from nervous troubles. MRS. MARY REESE. Easton, pa. AROUSING ITS READERS.—An alarm of fire at midnight is a startling thing, but not half so startling to many who hear it as would be the sudden knowledge of their own dangerous phy- sical condition. Thousands of thousands are hurrying to their graves because they are care- lessly indifferent to the insidious inroads of dis- eass and the means of cure. It is the mission of H.H. Warner & Co., with their Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, to arouse men to a sense of their danger and cure them.— Memphis Appeal. WARNER'S SAFE KIDNEY & LIVER CURE
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 5 First Date: 1881-02-01 Last Date: 1881-04-01
CLASS IN MIDWIFERY. DR. ROUMWNIA B. PRATT WILL BEGIN A NEW class in Midwifery, in her office, up stairs, Old Constitution tion Building, March 1st, 1881. Students should send their names in time for books to be procured. . TERMS, $30. BOOKS, $12.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 1 First Date: 1881-03-01 Last Date: 1881-03-01
CLASSES IN MIDWIFERY—Of the medical students taught by Dr. Romania B. Pratt during last summer in her classes in midwifery, Mrs. Elizabeth Nuttall, of Kanab, Mrs. Jeannette De La Mere, of Tooele City, and Mrs. Sinah P. Bishop, of Salt Lake City, were blessed and set apart by Pres. W. Woodruff and Counselor D. H. Wells, and all passed a satisfactory examina- tion before Dr. J. M. Benedict and Dr. S. B. Young, and received certificates, showing their qualifications and ability to act as midwives, Another Class, consisting of Mrs. M. A. Stod- dard, of Grantsville, Mrs. S. L. Goss, of Salt Lake City, Mrs. A, Woolman, of Spanish Fork, and Mrs. E. Papworth, of Hooperville, finished their course of study last Wednesday, and were blessed and set apart by President Jos. F, Smith assisted by President A. O. Smoot, and in the evening passed a very creditable examination before Dr. S. B. Young and Dr. Ellen B. Fergu- son, each receiving her certificate of competency to act in this special branch of medicine. Hav- ing been duly qualified, as above stated, these sisters are we believe fully worthy of the con- fidence of the people among whom they are to practice their vocation.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 12 First Date: 1881-04-01 Last Date: 1881-09-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OFFICE and RESIDENCE over Contributor Office, north Z. C. M. I. Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children as special- ities.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 7 First Date: 1881-10-15 Last Date: 1882-01-15
NOTICE. HAVING PROCURED A MANNIKIN CHART SPE- cimens, etc, I am now prepared to'give instructions in the art of Obstetrics and other branches connected there- with. My class will open Nov. 1st, 1881. Those wishing to join this class will please communicate with me at once, it being necessary to send east for books. Terms: Tuition, 60 Lessons, $30; books, three in number, $12 Address, E. R SHIPP, M. D., Salt Lake City. OFFICE and RESIDENCE in Contributor building first door north of Z. C. M. I.
View Ad Bishop Jasper Petersen Count: 3 First Date: 1882-02-01 Last Date: 1882-03-01
MIDWIVES. A COMPETENT MIDWIFE IS WANTED TO LOCATE permanently at Castle Dale in Emery County. Special inducements offered. Correspondence solicited. Address: BISHOP JASPER PETERSEN, Castle Dale, Emery Co., Utah.
View Ad Ellen B. Ferguson Count: 15 First Date: 1882-04-15 Last Date: 1882-12-01
ELLEN B. FERGUSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office on Main Street, over Hardy Bros., Store. Special Study has been given to Surgery, Diseases of Women, and Diseases of the NOSE, THROAT AND LUNGS.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 43 First Date: 1882-07-01 Last Date: 1884-09-15
MRS. ROMANIA B. PRATT, M. D. OFFICE IN GODBE, PITTS & CO'S BUILDING. Office hours from 10 a.m. to 6p.m. Residence, Twelfth Ward, 2d South Street, bet. 5th. and 6th, East. Special Attention given to Diseases of the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT, OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN. Telephonic Communication between Office and Residence
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 2 First Date: 1882-10-01 Last Date: 1882-10-15
CLASS IN OBSTETRICS. BY special request of Mrs. E.R. SNOW SMITH, Dr. ROMANIA B. PRATT Will commence her class in Obstetrics, November 1st, 1882, in her office over Godbe & Pitts’ Drug Store. Lec- tures, three per week for five months. During the course, Drs. Anderson and Benedict will cach deliver six prac- tical lectures. Fee for course, $30.00; former stu- dents, $20.00; books (3), $12.00, Manikin, skeleton, in- struments and plates for illustration. Please send or- ders for books early, as they have to be ordered from the East.
View Ad Ellen B. Ferguson Count: 22 First Date: 1882-12-15 Last Date: 1883-12-15
ELLEN B. FURCUSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office and Residence on 2d South between 3d and 4d East Strects. Special Study has been given to SURGERY, DISEASES OF WOMEN, and Diseases of the NOSE, THROAT AND LUNGS. Can be Called by Telephone Day or Night.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 11 First Date: 1883-02-15 Last Date: 1883-08-15
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, M. D, PHYSICIAN andSURGEON Office and residence, 11th Ward, 7 blocks east of the Deseret National Bank, and a half block north, west side of the street. SPCEIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 2 First Date: 1883-03-15 Last Date: 1883-04-01
CLASSES in MIDWIFERY Ties ROMANIA B. PRATT COMMENCES ANOTHER CLASS IN MID- WIFERY, April 9th, in Office over Godbe, Pitts & Co’s Drug Store, at 1 pm. Lectures three per week, for five months. Practical in- struction and examinations by Drs. Anderson and Benedict. Introductory lectures on general anatomy and physiology of the whole system. Manikin, plates and instruments for instruction. TUITION, - $30. Boots, 3 - 12 N.B.—Those desiring to join the class will please send names in early, that books may be ordered in time. For further particulars please write.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 6 First Date: 1883-08-01 Last Date: 1883-10-15
SCHOOL IN MIDWIFERY. DR. ROMANIA B. PRATT COMMENCES a new class in her office over Godbe & Pitts’ Drug Store October 8th, at 1 o’clock p.m. This school was established in 1878. The Term of five months, three lectures per week, is a practical course for those who desire to enter at once into this work. It is advised that those whose circumstances will admit, attend a second course, for the subject is so comprehen- sive that a repetition of the lectures is very advan- tageous, especially to those of limited education. Other branches of medicine are taught only as they hear especially upon this subject. More than that in so limited a course would be too superficial. Manikin, charts and instruments are used in teaching. Tuition.................................. $30.00 Books.................................... $13.00 N. B.-Orders tor books must be sent in early so as to get them from the east in time.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 9 First Date: 1883-09-01 Last Date: 1884-01-01
MRS. ELLIS R. SHIPP, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office and residence, South Temple Street, one block and a half west of the Valley House. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 5 First Date: 1884-01-15 Last Date: 1884-03-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHiPP, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office and residence, 11th Ward, No. 34, Seventh East Street SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 14 First Date: 1884-04-01 Last Date: 1884-10-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Office and residence, Main Street,in the new Mor- is building, nearly opposite Z. C. M. I. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OBSTETRICS AND DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1884-10-01 Last Date: 1884-10-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP. Will begin her next term in midwifery on the 14th of October next, the first Monday after the general Conference. Her last class was large and very satisfac- tory in its progress, and in the result of examina- tions. Dr. Shipp offers fine inducements in the way of thorough training. Reasonable terms and free scholar- ships. Those wishing further information should communi- cate with her by letter.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 1 First Date: 1884-10-01 Last Date: 1884-10-01
CLASS IN MIDWFIERY. Dr. Romania B. Pratt Will open her fall class October 13th, 1884, in her office over Godbe & Pitts’ Drug Store, at 2 p.m. Terms five months, three lectures per week: FEE, - $30.00. BOOKS, - $13.50.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1885-04-15 Last Date: 1885-04-15
A CLASS IN MIDWIFERY Dr. Maggie C. Shipp Will commence a class in her office on May 1, 1885; a term consists of ten weeks. Two lecturos every day, Saturdays excepted. Tuition a Term, $10.00. Books, $13.00. Dr. Shipp will remain in the city, and can be found at her office and residence, 66 S. First West Street.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1885-05-01 Last Date: 1885-05-15
Special Notice. In order to accomodate a number of persons who desire to join my Obstetric Class, but cannot commence in May, I have concluded not to Mart my Class until later, when due notice will be given. A CLASS IN MIDWIFERY Dr. Maggie C. Shipp Will commence a class in her office on May 1, 1985; a term consists of ten weeks. Two lectures every day, Saturdays excepted. Tuition a Term, $10.00. Books, $13.00. Dr. Shipp will remain in the city, and can be found et her office and residence, 66 S. First West Street
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1885-09-01 Last Date: 1885-10-01
A CLASS IN MIDWIFERY DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP, WILL COMMENCE HER Class in Midwifery, SEPT. 23 '85. Every advantage and attention will be given students to secure their rapid advancement and proficiency in their studies. Tuition per Term, $10.00. Books, 13.00. Office and Residence, 34 Seventh East Street.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 2 First Date: 1885-09-01 Last Date: 1885-09-15
Obstetric Class. Dr. Romania B. Pratt WILL COMMENCE HER Semi-Annual Class, Sept. 21, In her large and well-appointed Office, in Godbe, Pitta & Co's Drug Store. Lecture at 4 p.m. Charis, Mannikin and all apparatus for teaching. As Electricity is a great adjuvant to the Healing Art, and possessing one of the best Batteries, lessons on its applications and uses in medicine will be given the students. Tuition for Three Months, $30.00. Books, (Three) 13.50. A number of applications are usually received after the class has begun; it is earnestly hoped those desiring to attend will be at the opening.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1886-04-15 Last Date: 1886-05-01
Class in Obstetrics. DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP Will commence a Class in Obstetrics on May 3d, 1886, at 2 p.m., at her Office, No. 16 Main Street. TUITION, per term, - - - $10.00. Dr. Shipp’s office hours are from 10 a. m., to 5 p. m. Her residence is 34 Seventh East Street. The doctor has given special study to Obstetrics and Women's Diseases.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1886-09-01 Last Date: 1886-10-01
ANNOUNCEMENT. The first term of Dr. Ellis R Shipp’s annual class in Obstetries will begin Oct. 1st,1886. . Every effort has been made to place this school upon the highest basis, and its educational facilities in this important branch of medicine cannot be excelled. Liberal reduction in prices will be made to any branch of Relief Society sending students. Those who desire to attend should commnnicate at once with Dr. E, R. Shipp either verbally or by letter in order to procure books and make necessary arrangements. For particulars send for circulars. Office No. 18 Main St. Salt Lake City. Telephone 383.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 4 First Date: 1887-07-15 Last Date: 1887-09-01
Dr. Romania B. Pratt, Office and Residence at the Deseret Hospital, Seventeenth Ward, Salt Lake City. The Warm Springs car passes the Hospital which, can also be reached by Telephone No. 269.
View Ad Drs. Shipp Count: 4 First Date: 1888-03-01 Last Date: 1888-04-15
Drs. SHIPP OBSTETRIC CLASS. DRS. ELLIS R. and MAGGIE C. SHIPP will com- mence their next Class in Obstetrics on MONDAY, APRIL 12, '88. Communicate personally, or by letter, for full particulars, to 59 S. FIRST EAST STREET.
View Ad Drs. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1888-05-01 Last Date: 1888-06-01
EARLY IN MAY THE DRS. SHIIPP Design to issue the first number of The Salt Lake Sanitarian, A monthly journal of MEDICINE AND SURGERY. DEVOTED TO THE PREVENTION AND CURE OF disease and the Promulgation of the Laws of Health and Life. It will contain 24 pages of interest- ing reading matter, upon these important subjects, and it will be our aim to keep fully abreast with the times. The DRS. SHIPP, - - - Editors TERMS $2.00 A YEAR. AGENTS WANTED. See Prospectus for full particulars. Encouragement from those who will sustain us in our undertaking, is earnestly solicited, and we would be pleased to hear from you. We will spare no effort to give you a first class journal in every particular. Address DRS. SHIPP 59 S., First East Street, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Martha P. Hughes Count: 3 First Date: 1889-01-15 Last Date: 1889-02-15
Training School for Nurses On February 4th, 1889, I will open a Training School for Nurses; the object being to make edu- cated nurses of women and girls,and prepare them for competent work either in hospital or private practice, so that skilled service can be furnished and good pay demanded. The instruction will be similar to that of the Boston Training School, and will occupy a period of three months. Those not prepared to enter at the beginning of the course, may do so later, and preceding lectures will be made up to them. Special arrangements can also be made for obstetrical teaching. TUITION, --- $25.00. For further Information, address, DR. M.P. HUGHES, P.O. Box 575, Salt Lake City, Utah. Or for personal interview, at office, at 2 p.m., at Cor. of South Temple and First East Sts. MARTHA P. HUGHES, M.D.
View Ad Drs. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1889-04-01 Last Date: 1889-04-01
DRS. SHIPP’S | CLASS IN OBSTETRICS AND NURSING. DRS. E. R. and M. C. SHIPP Will commence another class in OBSTETRICS, on Monday, April 15th, 1889. By request they will also teach a separate class for Nurses. For particulars apply to Dr. E. R. Shipp, 16 Main Street, or Maggie C. Shipp, 30 South First West Street.
View Ad Martha P. Hughes Count: 3 First Date: 1889-04-01 Last Date: 1889-05-01
Training School for Nurses On the fifteenth of May, the Second Term of Dr. Hughes’ Training School for Nurses begins, a class of twelve (12) students completing their first term of three months on the fourth of May. This is the first Training School for Nurses established in Utah, and the instruction given embraces the best methods of teaching of the Eastern Schools, whose systems have been thoroughly investigated by the teacher. The purpose of this school is to give a wider knowledge of waiting upon the sick, and all the branches pertaining to nursing will be thorough- ly discussed in the successive terms. The second term will be held in Dr. Hughes' new residence, on First West Street. Students desiring to enter, should make application as early as possible, so that ar- rangements can be made for securing text books. Tuition, --- $25.00 Special arrangements can be made for Obstetrical teaching. Address: M.P. Hughes, P.O. Box 575. Salt Lake City, Utah,
View Ad Martha P. Hughes Count: 1 First Date: 1889-05-15 Last Date: 1889-05-15
Training School for Nurses On the first of June, the Second Term. of Dr. Hughes’ Training School for Nurses begins, a class of twelve (12) students completing their first term of three months on the fourth of May. This is the first Training School for Nurses established in Utah, and the instruction given embraces the best methods of teaching of the Eastern Schools, whose systems have been thoroughly investigated by the teacher. The purpose of this school is to give a wider knowledge of waiting upon the sick, and all the branches pertaining to nursing will be thorough- ly discussed in the successive terms. The second term will be held in Dr. Hughes’ new residence, on First West Street. Students desiring to enter, should make application as early as possible, so that ar- rangements can be made for securing text books. TUITION,---$25.00. Special arrangements can be made for Obstetrical teaching. Address: M.P. Hughes, P. O. Box 575. Salt Lake City, Utah.
View Ad Martha P. Hughes Count: 2 First Date: 1889-07-01 Last Date: 1889-07-15
NOTICE. Dr. Hughes’ Training School. for Nurses Will open its Second Term October, 15, 1889, at her residence on First West Street. The pro- posed summer-term will be postponed on account of the heat. Students desiring to enter should apply as early as possible as the usual number of the class is now nearly complete.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 1 First Date: 1889-08-01 Last Date: 1889-08-01
Class in Obstetrics and Nuring Having unusual facilities in the Deseret Hos- pital instructions in the above, I will commence a class, September 30th. A limited number of positions will be available in the hospital with wages. Students can learn and earn at the same time. Period of Study, six months, consisting of two terms. For further information please communicate by letter immediately. Fee for Full Course, $50.00. Ronania B. Pratt, M.D., Resident Physican, Deseret Hospital.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1889-09-01 Last Date: 1889-10-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP Will commence a class in OBSTETRICS AND NURSING On Monday, October 14, ‘89. Course, Six Months. Tuition, $50.00. For further particulars address DR. M. C. SHIPP, 34 S. Seventh East Street.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1890-04-01 Last Date: 1890-04-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIP Will commence her next OBSTETRIC CLASS, APRIL 15th, 1890. Parties wishing to join the class_ will please commu- nicate with me as to books, terms, etc., immediately. Address: 16 Main St., Salt Lake City.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1890-10-01 Last Date: 1890-10-01
OBSTETRICS. For the past ten years Dr. Ellis R. Shipp has taught large classes in Obstetrics, and through the earnest solicitation of those Specially in- terested still continues her labor of love in that direction, for the great advantage and indeed necessity of this knowledge cannot be overesti- mated. How soul-sickening is the oft told tale of suffering and death of the mother while passing through the greatest ordeal of her life—the bear- ing of the souls of men! . Who can but realize the importance of skilled help that suffering may be reduced to a minimum and death at this sacred period remain for ages unheard off. "The introductory lecture of Dr. E.R. Shipp’s Winter classe will be given on Friday Oct. 10th, at 4 p. m. All interested are cordially invited to attend at her residence No. 34 South 7 East St. Salt Lake City. ~~
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1890-10-01 Last Date: 1890-10-01
The introductory lecture of Dr. E. R. _Shipp’s Winter class will be given on Friday Oct. 10th, at 4 p. m. All interested are cordially invited to attend at her residence No. 34 South 7 East St. Salt Lake City.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 1 First Date: 1890-10-01 Last Date: 1890-10-01
NOTICE. On October 14, Dr. Romania B. Pratt will be- gin another class in obstetrics. A limited num- ber of students will be given positions in the Deseret Hospital, where further particulars may be obtained from the Doctor. Those who take advantage of this opportunity to advance in this important branch of study cannot do better than identify themselves with the class, Dr. Pratt be- ing a thoroughly competent teacher.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1891-04-01 Last Date: 1891-04-15
NOTICE. Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s class in Obstetrics will open at No. 24. S., 7th East St., Monday, April 13th, at 10 a. m. The great demand for well trained nurses and competent accoucheurs, should be a stimulus to those ladies who have aptitude for these noble works, to take advant- age of such schooling as that given in Dr. Shipp’s classes, which is always on easy terms and very satisfactory. For particulars cum- municate with Dr E. R. Shipp, either per- sonally or by letter.
View Ad Mary H. Baker, Barker Count: 1 First Date: 1891-09-01 Last Date: 1891-09-01
MRS. M. E. VAN, M. D. OFFICE.- 324, 325 Third Floor, Constitution Building HOURS.-8 to 10 a.m., 4 to 6 p.m.
View Ad M. E. Van Count: 13 First Date: 1891-09-15 Last Date: 1892-04-01
MRS. M. E. VAN, M. D. OFFICE. —324, 325 Third Floor, Constitution Building HOURS-—10 a. m., to 4. 8 at 6 p. m
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1891-10-01 Last Date: 1891-11-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP Will commence another class in Obstetrics and Nursing, ON Monday, October 19th, 1891, AT HER OFFICE, No. 18 S. MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY.
View Ad M. E. Van Count: 29 First Date: 1892-04-15 Last Date: 1893-09-15
MRS. M. E. VAN, M. D. HAS REMOVED her office, from Constitution Building to her resideuce, 167 THIRD STREET. Office hours, 2to 4p.m-
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1892-05-01 Last Date: 1892-05-15
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP, Will commence her Spring class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday May 9, 1892—at her Office 18, S. Main St.
View Ad Viavi Offices Count: 1 First Date: 1892-06-01 Last Date: 1892-06-01
OFFICE of the VIAVI COMPANY; Ladies in poor health please call on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon. Room 533, Constitution Building.
View Ad Viavi Offices Count: 1 First Date: 1892-06-01 Last Date: 1892-06-01
VIAVI TREATMENT. Among the new discoveries of science is the treatment known as viavi, which some of the medical journals of the day speak of. in the highest terms. It is a simple remedy,not dan- gerous or disagreeable, and does not require personal examination; the patient can attend to her own case. It is a local remedy with a two fold action, constitutional and local.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1892-10-01 Last Date: 1892-11-01
Dr. Maggie C. Shipp Will commence her Winter Class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday, October 24 Address: Dr. Shipp, 18 Main Street Telephone 383
View Ad Mattie Hughes Cannon Count: 16 First Date: 1892-10-01 Last Date: 1893-06-01
DOCTOR MATTIE HUGHES CANNON, Office: II South, First West Street. Office practice for Diseases of Women from 2 until 4 p. m.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 2 First Date: 1892-11-01 Last Date: 1892-11-15
Class in Obstetrics. DR. ROMANIA B. PRATT Will commence another Class in Obstetrics about NOVEMBER 15. A few situations for Nurses are open in the hospital. For further information inquire of DR, PRATT, Deseret Hospital.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 5 First Date: 1893-03-15 Last Date: 1893-06-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP, will commence her summer class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday May 1st 1893. Office and residence 34 East, 5th South Telephone 383.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 8 First Date: 1893-08-01 Last Date: 1893-11-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHEUR Diseases of Women a Specialty. Instructions upon these subjects; two classes taught yearly, beginning respectively Oct. 10th and April 10th. Reviews given to former students free of charge. For particulars enquire personally or by letter at No. 18 Main St. Salt Lake City.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 5 First Date: 1893-09-15 Last Date: 1893-11-15
MAGGIE C. SHIPP, M. D. Will commence her next class in Obstetrics and Nursing about the middle of October. Office, 34 East 5th South, Telephone 383.
View Ad Viavi Offices Count: 1 First Date: 1893-10-01 Last Date: 1893-10-01
LADIES’ ATTENTION. THE unparalleled success that has at- tended the use of the “Viavi" Home treatment by all ladies who have tried it, is sufficient proof to every unprejudiced mind that it is one of the greatest discoveries of the age; and an unqualified boon to suffer- ing women. Ladies, if you would enjoy perfect health yourselves and transmit a healthy and robust vitality to your children, investigate this remedy, and give it a trial. You will not be disappointed in results. Dr. Ellen B. Ferguson, a physician of seventeen years practice in Salt Lake City, endorses the treatment; and will in the near future, lecture on its merits through- out the territory. Correspond or make in- quiry freely. Ladies only in attendance, Utah Headquarters 176 State St. Room 16. MRS. M.C. HOWES, Gen’l. Manager.
View Ad Viavi Offices Count: 2 First Date: 1893-11-15 Last Date: 1893-12-01
THE VIAVI OFFICES Are removed to the Ricketts Block- Corner State and 3rd, South Sts. Salt Lake City. Suffering women will do well to investigate this remedy, as it is fully proven to be a cure for diseases of wo- men. Send for a Health Book.
View Ad Salt Lake Medicine Company Count: 3 First Date: 1893-12-01 Last Date: 1894-01-01
A Card TO THE Ladies! DEAR LADY: If you are troubled with painful and irregular periods take DR. DE JOZA'A World- renowned Prescription. We give written guaran- tee to permanently cure in two treatments or re- fund money. Price for one trial treatment $2.00. Write or call on Lady Manager. SALT LAKE MEDICINE CO., 56 West Second South St., Salt Lake City, Utah. Patients unsuccessfully treated or imposed up- on by others especially invited to call.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1894-03-01 Last Date: 1894-04-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP Will commence her next class in Ob- stetrics and Nursing on Monday, April 16, 1894. Office: 34 East 5th South, Telephone 383.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1894-03-15 Last Date: 1894-04-01
Dr. ELLIS R. SHIPP, SURGEON AND ACCOUCHER. Diseases of Women a Specialty. Will begin her next Class April 9th. Reviews given to former students free of charge. For particulars enquire personally or by letter at No. 18 Main St., Salt Lake, City.
View Ad Lizzie H. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1894-04-01 Last Date: 1894-05-01
MRS. LIZZIE H.SHIPP, professor and practical teacher of obstetrics, will open a school of obstetrics and nursing in Salt Lake City the first Monday in May. A half yearly course will be taught for the unprecedented low terms of ten dollars. All persons desiring to avail themselves of this opportunity will please consult me by letter or in person at No. 34 5. 7th, East Street, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 4 First Date: 1894-08-01 Last Date: 1894-10-15
DR ELLIS R. SHIPP, School in Obstetric a Nursing, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1894. FOR PARTICULARS, COMMUNICATE IN PERSON OR BY LETTER. No. 18 Main St, - Salt Lake City
View Ad Lizzie H. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1894-09-01 Last Date: 1894-10-15
SALT LAKE SCHOOL OF OBSTETRICS. THE winter term of this school will com- mence Oct. 9th, 1894, and will continue for twenty weeks. The instruction will embrace a thorough cause in Midwifery and nursing in which the student will be pre- pared for practical work Tuition ten dollars the necessary book six dollars. Address Mrs. Lizzie H. Shipp, 34 S. 7th, East Street, for any information desired.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1894-09-01 Last Date: 1894-10-15
Dr. Maggie C. Shipp Will commence her next class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Wednesday, Oct. 10. ADDRESS, 34 EAST FIFTH SOUTH. TELEPHONE 383
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1895-04-01 Last Date: 1895-09-01
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP WILL commence her next class in Ob- stetrics and Nursing on Monday, Oct. 14th. Tuition $50.00 Residence 238 East, 4th South. Telephone 383.
View Ad Lizzie H. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1895-04-15 Last Date: 1895-05-01
Salt Lake School Of Obstetrics and Nursing. A NUMBER of students from this school passed examinations before the Utah Medical Board of Examiners on the first of January and received licenses to practice Obstetrics. Mrs. Lizzie H. Shipp will com- mence a Summer Class on the sixth of May in the Fourteenth Ward Relief Society Hall. The terms for entire course is ten dollars. Books six dollars. Those desir- ing further information address 34 S. 7 East St.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 6 First Date: 1895-07-15 Last Date: 1895-10-15
CLASS IN MIDWIFERY. Dr. R. B. Pratt, specialist in eye and ear and midwifery, office 75 F. street, Salt Lake City, (Deseret Hospital is closed) com- mences Class in midwifery October 9, 1895. Write for particulars.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1895-09-01 Last Date: 1895-10-15
Ellis R. Shipp, M.D. Practitioner and Instructor in OBSTETRICS & NURSING. Her next term will begin October 21, 1895, at her office, 18 Main. Street, with greatly im- proved facilities for instruction in this impor- tant branch of education. Special terms given to societies sending students. For full particulars inquire personally or by letter to ELLIS R. SHIPP, 18 Main Street Salt Lake City, Utah.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 4 First Date: 1896-02-15 Last Date: 1896-04-15
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP WILL commence her next class in Ob- stetrics and Nursing, on Monday, April 20, 1896. Tuition $50.00. Reduction made to Relief Societies when more than one student is sent from the same Stake. Office and residence 238, East, 4th South. Telephone 383.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 1 First Date: 1896-03-01 Last Date: 1896-03-01
DR. E. R. SHIPP’S CLASSES. THE high standard ‘of Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s School of Obstetrics is evidenced by the large numbers that attend her classes, their superior attainments, and their suc- cessful practical work throughout the state of Utah and in adjacent states and territories. The winter session is now near its close and on April 21st begins the spring and summer session. Because of the -growing demand for ef- ficient nurses and competent accoucheurs the doctor devotes more of her time to the. instruction of her pupils, at the same time has made special prices to societies who have interested themselves in this philan- thropic work. Those desiring to take up this study would do well to communicate with Dr. Shipp at 18 Main St. Salt Lake City, either personally or by letter.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1896-03-15 Last Date: 1896-04-15
DR. E. R. SHIPP’S CLASSES. Dr. Ellis R. Shipp will open her school of Obstetrics on ‘Tuesday April 21st. Because of the growing demand for efficient nurses and competent accoucheurs, the Doctor will devote more of her time to this class of instruction. She has made special prices to societies who are engaged in philanthropic work. Those desiring to study should communi- cate to Dr. Shipp at 18 Main. St. either personally or by letter.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 6 First Date: 1896-07-01 Last Date: 1896-10-01
CLASSIN MIDWIFERY DR. ROMANIA B. PRATT will commence the winter class in midwifery October 7, 1896. Several situations in small families for board. Special terms to students sent by the Relief Society. For further particulars please com municate with DR. PRATT, 226 Constitution Bldg., Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1896-08-01 Last Date: 1896-08-15
DR. MAGGIE C. SHIPP will commence her next class in OBSTETRICS AND NURSING on Monday, October 12th, 1896, at her residence, 487 E. Second South Street, Telephone 383. Special arrangements made when counties send more than one person. The follow- ing ladies from the doctor’s classes have passed successful examinations before the State Medical Board, and received certificates to practice: Annie Calvin, Eden, Weber Co., Utah. E.A. Froever, Huntsville, Weber Co., Utah. Sarah H. Reed, Woodruff, Rich Co., Utah. Fannie V. Schutt, Meadowville, Rich Co., Utah. Lucinda Patten, Payson, Utah Co., Utah. Mary Hond, Benjamin, Utah Co., Utah. Annie Tillotson, Ogden City, Weber Co., Utah, Mary A. Turner, West Jordan, Salt Lake Co., Utah, Carrie Johnson, Union, Salt Lake Co., Utah. Annie Thurber, Richfield, Sevier Co., Utah. Mary Dewey, Deweyville, Box Elder Co., Utah. Minnie Baird, Layton, Davis Co., Utah. Sarah White, Salt Lake City, Utah. Mary Edwards, Salt Lake City, Utah. Millie Reynolds, Salt Lake City, Utah. Carrie Anderson, Salt Lake City, Utah. Mary Higgs, Salt Lake City, Utah. Biddie Erickson, Salt Lake City, Utah. Emily Lish, Rockland, Oneida Co., Idaho.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1896-09-01 Last Date: 1896-10-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP. PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. Instructor in the School of OB- stetrics and Nursing. The winter session opens Oct. 12, 1896, with greatly improved facilities for education in this important branch of study. Reduced prices to societies For further information communicate with Ellis R Shipp M. D., 75 Center St. Salt Lake City. Telephone 555.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 4 First Date: 1897-02-15 Last Date: 1897-04-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP, WILL BEGIN HER Class : in : Obstetrics On Monday April 12th 1897 with improved facilities for instruction in this important study. Special terms are given to societies sending students. For further particulars communicate with ELLIS R. SHIPP M. D; 75 Center St. Salt Lake City Utah.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 15 First Date: 1897-06-01 Last Date: 1898-09-01
Midwifery Classes. DR. ROMANIA B. PRATT com- mences a class in midwifery every six months immediately after the semi-annual conference. Special courses of three months to mid- wives who have been in practice. Special terms given to students sent by any Relief Society. For par- ticulars please address Romania B. Pratt, Constitution Bldg. Main St., Salt Lake City.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 6 First Date: 1897-08-15 Last Date: 1898-02-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP'S SCHOOL, The Winter session of DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP’S School in Obstetrics and Nursing will begin October 11th, 1897, at her residence, 75 Center street, with greatly improved facili- ties for instruction in this important study. For full particulars please address ELLIS R. SHIPP.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1897-09-01 Last Date: 1897-09-15
Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her next class in Ob- stetrics and Nursing on Monday, October 11, 1897. Reduction in tuition to ladies from any branch of the Relief Society. For further information address Dr. Margaret C. Roberts, 437 East Second So. Tel. 236 — rings, short-long-short.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 5 First Date: 1898-02-15 Last Date: 1898-05-15
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP, Teaches two classes yearly in Ob. stetrics and Nursing, beginning just after the spring and fall Conference Special opportunities and prices are given to Societies sending students. and also to those who have had previous study. For full particulars please com- municate either personally or by letter with ELLIS R. SHIPP, M. D 75 Center Street, Salt Lake City.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1898-09-01 Last Date: 1898-09-15
Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s School The winter session of DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP’S School in obstetrics and Nursing will begin October 11th, 1898, at her office Constitution building, Main Street. with greatly improve d facilities for instruction in this important study. For full par- ticulars please address ELLIS R. SHIPP, M, D,
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1898-09-01 Last Date: 1898-09-15
Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her winter class in Obstetrics and Nursing, on Monday, Oct. 10th. Any one wishing to com- municate with Dr. Roberts, address 75 North State Street. Telephone 548 D.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 3 First Date: 1899-03-15 Last Date: 1899-04-15
NOTICE. To complete my volumes of the Woman's Exponent I lack the following numbers: Volume VII., No. 3, July 1, 1878; Volume XI.,No.16, January 15, 1873; VolumeXIII., Nos. 1 and 2, June 1 and 15, 1884; Vol- ume XVI., No. 20, March 15, 1888; also April 1, 1892, and October 1, 1895. To any one willing to part with them I will pay ten cents a paper, but please com- municate by letter or card before sending papers. Address ROMANIA B. PRATT Room 226 Constitution Bldg., S.L. City.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 3 First Date: 1899-09-01 Last Date: 1899-10-01
Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her next CLASS IN OBSTETRICS AND NURSING on Monday. Oct. 16th, 1899. Address 75 North, State St., Salt Lake City.
View Ad A. L. Johnson Count: 1 First Date: 1900-10-15 Last Date: 1900-10-15
MRS. A. L. JOHNSON has removed her studio to the Templeton building, where she will be pleased to meet her friends and pupils and all who feel an interest in a study of the SCIENCE OF SELF CULTURE, a knowledge of which will eradieate all disease from the human system. Free conversations Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, the same evening at 7:30.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1901-08-01 Last Date: 1901-09-01
Obstetrics and Nursing, Dr. Margaret C. Roberts will commence her next class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday, Oct. 14. For further information communicate with Dr. Roberts, 75 North State Street. Telephone 748 D.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 1 First Date: 1901-12-25 Last Date: 1901-12-25
Obstetrics and Nursing, Dr. M. C. Roberts will commence another class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday, Jan- uary 13, 1901. By starting at this date the class will close before the hot summer months. 75 North State St. Telephone 748 D.
View Ad American Institute of Phrenology Count: 3 First Date: 1902-06-01 Last Date: 1902-08-01
American Institute of Phrenology, Incorporated 1886, OPENS ITS NEXT SESSION SEPT. 3, 1902. For particulars apply to the Secretary, M. H. Piercy, care of Fowler & Wells Co., | 14 East 22nd Street, New York.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 3 First Date: 1902-07-01 Last Date: 1902-09-01
Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her next class in Ob- stetrics and Nursing on Monday, Oct. 13, 1902. For further information write to Dr. Roberts, 75 North State St. Telephone 748 d.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1902-11-01 Last Date: 1902-12-01
Obstetrics and Nursing, DR. MARGARET E. ROBERTS Will commence a class in Obstetrics and Nursing, January 5th, 1903. For further particulars write to DR. ROBERTS, 55 North State St. Telephone 449
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1903-02-01 Last Date: 1903-03-01
Obstetrics and Nursing. DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP Has returned to Salt Lake City, and located permanently at 713 Second St., where she will be pleased to meet her old friends and patrons, and will resume the practice of her pro- fession. The Doctor will also teach Classes in Obstetrics and Nursing.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 3 First Date: 1903-07-01 Last Date: 1903-09-01
OBSTETRICS and NURSING. DR. MARGARET C. ROBERTS Will commence her next class in Obstet- rics and Nursing on Monday, October 12, 1903. or further information enquire of Dr. Roberts, 77 C Street. Tel. 2002.
View Ad Romania Pratt Count: 9 First Date: 1904-01-01 Last Date: 1904-10-01
CLASS IN MIDWIFERY AND NURSING. Dr. Romania B. Pratt will commence her class in Midwifery and Nursing April 7, 1904. One student free. Write for particulars. This class recommended by the General Board of the Relief Society.
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 2 First Date: 1904-05-01 Last Date: 1904-06-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP Will open a class in Nursing and Ob- stetrics on Monday, Oct. 9, 1904, at her home, 713 Second Street, Salt Lake City. Those desiring to attend will please communicate personally or by letter.
View Ad Maggie C. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1904-06-01 Last Date: 1904-08-01
OBSTETRICS Dr. Margaret G. Roberts Will commence her next class in Obstet- rics on Monday, October 10, 1904, This class will also have the advantage of at- tending the RELIEF SOCIETY NURSE CLASS taught by Dr. Roberts. For fur-. ther information, communicate with Dr. Roberts, 79 C Street. Telephone 2002..
View Ad Ellis R. Shipp Count: 3 First Date: 1904-07-01 Last Date: 1904-10-01
DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP Will open a class in Nursing and Ob- stetrics on Monday, Oct. 10, 1904, at her home, 713 Second Street, Salt Lake City. Those desiring to attend will please communicate personally or by letter. This class recommended by the General Board of the Relief Society.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 2 First Date: 1904-07-01 Last Date: 1904-08-01
Obstetrical class commences Monday, October 10, 1904. Tuition, $40.00; books, $4.00 to $7.00, Ten dollars less will be charged to those who attend Relief Society Nurse Class. Ladies taking both classes, it might be advisable if several could club together, rent rooms and board themselves. MARGARET C. ROBERTS. Instructor.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 1 First Date: 1904-10-01 Last Date: 1904-10-01
OBSTETRICS Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Will commence her next class in Obstet- rics on Monday, October 1o, 1904. This class will also have the advantage of at- tending the RELIEF SOCIETY NURSE CLASS taught by. Dr. Roberts. For fur- ther information, communicate with Dr. Roberts, 79 C Street. Telephone 2002.
View Ad Margaret C. Roberts Count: 1 First Date: 1905-07-01 Last Date: 1905-07-01
Obstetries and Nursing. DR. MARGARET C. ROBERTS Will commence her class in Obstetrics and Nursing on Monday, October 9, 1905. For further information communicate with Dr. Roberts at 79 C Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Telephone 2002.
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Dr. Roberts’ Private Class in Obstetrics. Dr. Margaret C. Roberts will commence her next private class in Obstetrics on Mon- day, October 8th, 1906. Students attending this class will also be allowed to attend the Relief Society Nurse Class at the Latter-day Saints’ University free of charge. The students successfully passing the ex- aminations will not only receive the Doctor Instructor’s Certificate, but also one from the Medical Board of Utah, which allows them to practice Obstetrics the same as a physician. Lessons five days a week. Tuition fifty dollars. Books from six to eight dollars. For further information write to Dr. Margaret C. Roberts, 79 C. Street, Salt Lake City; Utah. Telephone 2002.
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DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP LADIES’ SPECIALIST TEACHER OF Obstetrics and Nursing ROOM 417 TEMPLETON BUILDING Phone 4372 y - - Salt Lake City
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CLASS IN OBSTETRICS. Dr. Margaret C Robert’s Class in obstetrics will commence on Monday, October 12th, 1908. For further in- formation communicate with Dr M C. Roberts 404 Temple on Bldg , Salt Lake City, Phone 2002.
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OBSTETRIC SCHOOL. MARGARET C. ROBERTS, M.D. will com- mence her School in Obstetrics October 11, 1909. $50.00 Tuition. Students attending this school can attend, free of charge, the Relief Society Nurse school which will also be taught by Dr. Roberts. It is suggested that the Presidents of the Relief Society every where confer with their Bishops and with Presidents of the Young Ladies’ Mutual Improvement Associations on the important subject of having skilful midwives in their respective communities. For further information communicate with DR. MARGARET C. ROBERTS 79 C Street, Salt Lake City Telephone 2002
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School of Nurses DR ROBERTS’ SCHOOL OF NURSING Will open in Salt Lake City, on Mon- day, September 19, 1910.... Dr. Margaret C. Roberts is a gradu- ate of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania....... Twenty-five years a practicing phy- sician in Salt Lake City..... Twenty years has taught nursing and obstetrics....... For seven years Instructor of the Latter-day Saints Relief Society School of Nurses....... For further information write to MARGARET C. ROBERTS, M. D., 79 C. Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Bell Phone 2002.
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Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s SCHOOL in NURSING and OBSTETRICS will open Oct- ober 10, 1910. Address: 713 SECOND AVE., SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
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School of Nurses and Obstetrics DR ROBERTS’ SCHOOL OF NURSING Will open in Salt Lake City, on Mon- day, September 19, School in Obstet- rics will start Monday, October 10, 1910........... Dr. Margaret C. Roberts is a gradu- ate of the Woman’s Medical College of Pennsylvania....... Twenty- five years a practicing phy- sician in Salt Lake City..... Twenty years has taught nursing and obstetrics........ For seven years Instructor of ‘the Latter-day Saints Relief Society School of Nurses....... For further information write to MARGARET C. ROBERTS, M. D., 79 C. Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. Bell Phone 2002.
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SCHOOL OF NURSING and OBSTETRICS Dr. Margaret C. Roberts Dr. Margaret C. Roberts will commence her school in nursing, Monday, September 25, 1911. Course continues eight months. Class in Ob- stetrics will’ start. October 9, 1911. (Those who study Obstetrics are required to attend the Nurse Class. No extra charge.) Though every young woman may not wish to be a nurse, yet to know herself is an im- portant matter to every woman. Terms for Nursing.................. $25.00 Terms for Obstetrics................ 50.00 Approximate cost of text books from $5.00 to $8 00. PLEASE GIVE AS WIDE CIRCULATION AS POSSIBLE FOR THESE OPPORTUNI- TIES FOR WOMEN. Write to Dr. M. C. Roberts for further in- formation. 79 C. St., Salt Lake City. Bell Phone 2002.
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DR. ELLIS R. SHIPP’S SCHOOL OF NURSING and OBSTETRICS The session of 1911-12 will begin on Mon- day, October 9, 1911, with improved facil- ities, and a wide range of opportnities for gaining a thorough knowledge of this the most important branch of a woman’s edu- cation. The full course of study, together with many practical advantages, will be given for $50.00. Books from $8.00 to $10.00, according to grade and binding: For full particulars call, phone, or write to Dr. Ellis R. Shipp, 713 Second Ave., Salt Lake City. 'Phone, 25523.
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SCHOOL IN NURSING AND OBSTETRICS DR. MARGARET C. ROBERTS will commence her school in Nursing Monday, September 23, 1912. Course continues eight months. Class in Obstetrics will start Octo- ber 10, 1912. (Those who study Obstetrics are required to attend the Nurse Class. No extra charge.) Terms for Nursing............. $25.00 Terms for Obstetrics.............. $50.00) Approximate cost of text books, $5.00 to $8.00 Every young woman may not wish to be a Nurse, yet to know. herself physically is im portant to every woman. The instructions given in these classes will better prepare woman for the high duties of wifehood and motherhood. For further information, write to DR. MARGARET C. ROBERTS, Bell Phone 2002. 79 C St., Salt Lake City.
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THIRTY-FOURTH ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF Dr. Ellis R. Shipp’s SCHOOL OF NURSING AND OBSTETRICS Beginning October 6, 1913. Hours 9 to 12 a.m. For full particulars communicate with ELLIS R. SHIPP, M. D., 713 Second Avenue, Salt Lake City, Utah