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title: 'Goodwin's weekly : a thinking paper for thinking people. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1902-1929, January 04, 1913, Page 14, Image 14',
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I 14 GOODWIN'S WEEKLY
m MINING AND FINANCIAL.
H (Continued from Page 7.)
H them some time .to reach the stage of
I magnnnimity at which they can wish
H the project a Happy New Year with-
H out crossing their fingers When they
think of the stock they didn't got.
H Many Salt Lakers are as onthusias-
H tic over the new camp of Rochester,
H near Wjinnemucca, Nov., as they could
H he over a now hoy in the family. They
I claim to ho the guys who put the chest
H on Rochester. The work at the camp
H is in the hands of lessees and it dooms
H to ho a toss-up whether the district
H will ho a gold or a silver producer.
The population of .the camp is about
H 500. The ore exposed is said to run
H irom $40 to $75 a ton in value and by
H taking out two or three tons a day a
H mineownor can pay for his bed and
H breakfast in one of the tent hostel
H rles. All of the work so far has been
H close to the surface and from a long
H range view it must bo taken for grant
H ed that Rochester is still an expori
H HIGH COST OF LIVING.
H Alary sold her little lamb
H Unto the butcher shop,
H And with the money she obtained,
H She bought one tiny chop.
H So to her ma this Mary ran,
H In tears that fell like rain,
H And of the story that she told,
H She gave her ma a pain.
H "Hush my child and stop your fuss
B Your story aches my soul,
H Since you've been gone I've sold
H our home
H And bought a ton of coal."
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WE GO ANYWHERE
Write, Wire or Phone Us.
710 Walker Bank Bldg.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
Phones: Office, Wasatch 1591
Residence, Hyland 968-w
A DOLLAR BILL.
A farmer out in Kansas,
About five years ago,
Went into a town one day to spend
Some of his hard-earned "dough."
"And in a merry jest," and just
To show his printing skill,
He printed his initials on
A brand new dollar bill.
He spent that dollar that same day
Down in the village store,
He thought 'twas gone forever then,
And he'd see it no more.
But long before that year rolltd by
One day he went to fill
A neighbor's order and received
That same one dollar bill.
Once more he spent that dollar bill
In his own neighborhood,
Where it would do himself and friends
The most amount of good.
Four times in two years it oame back,
As some bad pennies will,
And each time he'd go out and spend
This marked one dollar bill.
Had he been wise that dollar 'might
Be in his town today,
But just two years ago
He sent it far away.
The people who received It then
I know have got it still,
For 'twas to a mail order house
He sent his dollar bill.
No more will that marked dollar come
Into the farmer's hands,
And never more will it help pay
The taxes on his lands,
He put it where it never can
Its work of life fulfill.
He brought about the living death
Of that one dollar bill.
FOR SALE Babcock Electric Vic
toria Phaeton, late model, in elegant
condition. Battery gives twenty-eight
miles per charge; upholstering, fend
ers and dash in splendid shape. This
is a snap for some one at $600. Ran-dall-Dodd
Auto Co., Ltd., 53 W. 4th So.
FOR SALE Model 10 Buick, 1910
model. A snap at $450. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobile
FOR SALE Model 10 Buick, 1910
model. A snap at $350. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobilo Row.
JAPANESE GENERAL AGENCY
Help furnished for Railroad and Con
struction Work, Mining, etc. Hotels,
Restaurants and Private Families.
Also Work by the Day. Phone Wa
satch 1311. F. S. Ashihira, Mgr.
256 W. First South St., Salt Lake City,
SPIRELLA corset, 1-year guaran
tee. Mrs. Mann, Hyl. 3098-J. 660 E.
GENEVA C HICKS & CO., 68 S.
Sixth East. Furs made, cleaned, re
paired and remodeled. A complete
line of ready-made furs to select from.
TRAVELERS TO COLORADO
AND THE EAST
Should select a route famed for its
Scenic Attractions and Superior
"Every Mile A Picture"
This Route offers the "Back East"
Traveler more varied scenic attrac
tions, that can be seen from the car
windows without extra expense for
side trips, than any other line.
Three Fast Trains daily between
Salt Lake City and Denver, carrying
through Sleeping Cars for Kansas
City, St. Louis, Omaha and Chicago
SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE.
Further information on application
to any Rio Grande Agent.
I. A. BENTON, Gen. Agt., Pass.
Dept, Salt Lake City, Utah.
F. FOUTS, Agent, Ogden, Utah.
FRANK A. WADLEIGH, General
Passenger Agent, Denver, Colo.
Leone Bone Charles A. Rice
LeRoy A. McGee
BONE, McGEE & RICE
Attorneys and Counsellor
414 Felt Building.
He When I, sit behind you at tho
Opera I feel lltfe living up to my repu
tation. l '
She What's that?
He A backbiter.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Gunnison Valley Salt Company, princi
pal place of business, Salt Lake
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the board of directors held
on the 30th day of November, A. D. I
1912, an assessment of ten cents (10c)
per share was levied on the outstand
ing stock of the corporation, payable J
January 27th, 1913, to A. L. Hoppaugh, '
secretary of the corporation, at 903 j
Kearns building, Salt Lake City, Utah. I
Any stock upon which this assessment .
may remain unpaid on the 28th day of J
January, A. D. 1913, will be delinquent '
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and, unless payment is made be
fore, will be sold at four o'clock p. m.
. on the 20th day of February, A. D.
1913, to pay the delinquent assessment
together with the cost of advertising 1
and expenses of sale. I
A. L. HOPPAUGH,
903 Kearns Building, Salt Lake City,
Date of first publication January 4,
The Tomboy Gold & Copper Mining
Co., principal place of business Salt
Lake City, Utah. Location of mines
Dry Fork canyon canyon, West
Mountain Mining district, Bingham,
Notice is hereby given that at n
meeting of the board of directors of
the Tomboy Gold & Copper Mining
company hold on the 20th day ol
December, 1912, an assessment of one
quarter () cent per share was levied
upon the capital stock of the corpora
tion issued and outstanding payable
Immediate to the secretary, at his of
fice, rooms 404 Felt Bldg., Salt Lake
City, Utah. Any stock upon which
this assessment may remain unpaid
on Saturday, February 1, 1913, will be
delinquent and advertised for sale at
public auction, and unless payment is
made before will be sold on Thursday,
February 20, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the secretary's office to pay the
delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale.
E. D. STILL-MAN,
First publication January 4, 1913.
ASSESSMENT NO. 6.
Ely Consolidated Copper Company.
Location of principal office, 414 Judce
building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Loca
tion of mines, Robinson mining dis
trict, White Pine county, Nevada.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Board of Directors of
said company, held on November 13,
1912, an assessment, to be known ns
Assessment No. 6. of five (5) cents
per share, was levied on the outstand
Ing capital stock of the corporation,
payable to United States Corporation
Company, Transfer Agent, Mutual Life
Building. New York City, N. Y., or
to Gideon Snyder, Secretary, 411
Judge 'Building, Salt Lake City, Utah,
on or before December 31, 1912.
Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on December
31, 1912, will be delinquent and al
vertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before
will be sold on February 28, 1913,
at the company's office, 414 Judge
Building, Salt Lake City. Utah, at 2
o'olock p. m., to pay delinquent as-