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111 MINING NEWS.
j l j!( t Volume of Ore Undergoing Eeduc-
i ;-i 1 tlon Greater Than Ever, and
! I il 1 J i
lf JJ::;i Hourly Increasing.
! 1 ' i ? !' ii ' UPBRINTENDENT NUTTING of
' "W the Bingham Con. smeltor, who
I 'Wr O came up froni thc funmccs for
! 2, j jf prayer and a little pasUmo ycstcr-
! tj ''Hp' day morning, says that at no time have
' 1 J j I, the batteries down there been .running
, . j j on so great a volume o ore, and that
! unless something unforeseen should
, i j j prevent May will present a ndw record,
' ' T with that record to be exceeded In June.
I ; 1 1 j'J As his own furnaces have never been
j , I 'l "tried out," Superintendent Nutting-
r , j 1 1 pleads that lie docs not like to say what
j! ! tonnage they are capable of, but, after
( ' ' ' i " nil these years of pyrltlc smelting, feels
, 1 ' . , that he Is justified in extending an in-
' vilatlon to the producer to come on
I ' j , i with his 25,000 tons a month and then
i j A ; with some more. With the remainder
, rv i ' of the State the management of the
V'. Bingham is a little piqued at the in-
i 1 ', . appreciation of the East. The smelter,
' Its unrivaled progress, its daily receipts
, of ore and an increase in patronage that
I ' ' is almost without a parallel, Imparts to
I I ; ',' the company's shares a value greater
than they are selling for now this
' without reference to lis mines.
1 . At the United Stutets furnaces, aJong-
, side the Bingham; Mr. Nutting reports
the management gradually working Its
' 1 way out of problems that thrust them-
l j J selves upon the best, with another fur-
1 d 'i' j nace to go into commission In a short
! ' 1 time, while at the Highland Boy, or
i I ' Utah Con., everything is going on like
. an old shoe, with thc plant an Ideal of
i i Its kind. The American's furnaces are,
, to all appearance, maintaining a splen-
' ! j did record these days, while the lndus-
i I . try throughout is in belter physical con-
i . 1 , dition than at any period in tho history
, J ,;t of Salt Lake valley as a smelting
, ; II-', center.
'i 'i'l ' Meantime the payrolls reveal the em-
ii 'I i ployment of a larger number than ever
il ! . i I 1 before, with this condition, no doubt,
I ' , , reflected by tho camps, from which an
V ' unprecedented volume of wealth is
jj ! ' I coming.
I; j ! RICH ORES FROM
', ; j: J ; SHEBA OF NEVADA
, j ' With samples of ore identical with tho
j 1 ' rlcheat that ever came from tho mines
I' ; i ' and cheerfully reminiscent of a period
,' when the output was wagoned across
, , , country to reduction works at Sacra-
i , i ' mento, Edward Copley camo in from tho
, !, 1 plant and properties of tho Shcba Gold
. i , and Silver Mining company in Humboldt
I county, Nov.. yesterday morning. Tho
,l samples, which reveal the presenco of
'. much sliver, were taken from the face of
' , , the south drift on tho lower tunnel, and
i . at which point at least two feet of ore la
j exposed. This Is of a quality that will
! ' justify tho management In almost any
kind of a haul and a few carloada will
i , have made big difference In tho appcar-
( ancie of anybody's treasury.
Meanwhile, thero is coming from tho
mill a concentrato which compares favor-
1 u , J ' ilhly witli thc best ever seen In this mar-
i,( It i ' hot, while tho condition generally is a
t ' ji moat satisfactory one,
I V At the De Soto, whose possessions ad-
1 ' join those of the Sheba, work has been in-
i' 1 ' augurated with a small force which Is
I I . 1. taking out a fine class of ore and it looks
. . i I. as If It were to Foon be made to provide
I ' means with which to take care of its own
i ' j pay-roll.
L)i I Mr. Copley Is much pleased with tho
' i i , ' region that In former days wus productive
it ' , ' ' j of so many millions, and sees no reason
r H ' !. why it should not be made to repeat thoso
( ,: i i . i performances,
I; r.'J THE NEW LAW ON
I iij MINERAL PATENTS
' ! I
1 i'l, Tnc ncv' law affecting mineral pat-
, ' 1 ents, to which thc signature of thc Prcs-
1 j Idem has just been affixed, will, carried
"lijii. to a conclusion, diepcl tho shadow which
" (j, lH 1,03 for four ycara been hovering ovor
I mining titles, says tho Mining Reporter
' i ! of Denver. Thc now law provides:
i , , M "The surx-eyors-genoral, in extending
; 1 1 the public survey, shall adjust tho same
j,' ' 1 ' to t'10 boundaries of said patented claims.'
, i ''' w) as In no case to interfere with, and
1 . ohange tho truo location of such claims
,1 , as they are officially established upon tho
j ' ,,; ground."
I 'l Tho law further providos that thc
,i i monuments shall, at all times, constitute
' , the highest authority as to what land Is
i patented. In view of tho increased im-
i 1 ! ' portunco of m'onuments, wo again urge all
i( ' r "' those intorcsted In mining properties to
' i hcj to It that thc monuments marking tho
'' I i toimdarles of their claims bo kept In
' 1 1 j proper repair, also that all of their corners
' j I aro well referenced to natural or por-
I 1 . manent objects; or to shafts or tunnels,
j I j po that thero will never be any question
i'l , j ; as to their correct location.
. I' I'' :
IP ' . j l 'jl': NOT QUITE DEAD
!j ' i IS OLD LION HILL
'! l ' r1'
i U i ) l! Notwithstanding thc obscurity to which
I ! ! ij'i, It has resigned itself since. ''boom days,"
I , J. Lion hill, over tho range from Mercur, has
, I'l' been by no irieans abandoned, said Wll-
, llam Kclloy, who was among tho visitors
1,1 from the region yesterday, and from thc
V' old Chloride Point is now being raised a
1 1 1,1! quality of ore that Is reminiscent of that
1 1 '. which characterized the campaign of early
, i ,d days. Indeed, George Sinclair, who, with
'i I i) ; associates, Is now operating thc ground
, j' . under lease, has never failed to work it
! f u profitably, and while he i3 not in posses-
I ' i I ! Bl2n i11', oi;c ther0 13 o telling
i I H when he will drive into one.
! . i'l T,ha "J,1113' ,at the -nh,r H' mines
M i M i t and mill has dealt a serious blow to tho
i i ,): region, says the visitor, although no ono
i ' M vlows it as other than temporary. Mean-
j f ' while there Is much guesalng as to the
LI'-'! ZtTtiz oc u p,aus-
THE SALT LAKE
! AND JIM BUTLER
H! ,J ' ! The eharcholders of tho Salt Lake &
H m Tonopah Mining company aro scheduled
H -ij' ', t0 mcct- in adjourned session today, at
H I .j i which .tlmo it is expected those opposed to
H'J J' ! Us amalgamation with tho Jim. Butler
li ii K company will have a cash opportunity to
H: 4'Jm'. Bte, 9,ut- 3t "rt"ua 81113 yesterday, Indeed;
j ) i j that Charles E. Knox, who went East to
H ' J 1 ; prepare for such a proposition, had wired
H A!i Hi nls willingness to accept all offerings at
H liVi1 4 50 cents a share. Persons who have spent
H'l 1 "1 S !' much time in tho Nevada camp say. with
H.i il!.? ' I ' out hesitation, that united the holdings of
Hi! H if? 1 J,B tno Salt Lake and the Jim Butler com-
jj'tl i i panles should constitute a proposition
Hn ii'' ' I If wn un toward the foremost and to dem-
Hti lij L onstratc It tho management Is prepared to
Ij'i'i l (. do much work.
Hi ; ! '
THE JRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace,
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcw.
LOS ANGELES The Angelas, B. F.
Gardner, 303 Spring StroeL
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard. Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southorn.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
BAD LUCK AT
THE OIL BORE
What appears to be an irremediable
break In the S-Inch casing through which
the drill at tho Guffoy & Galcy oil bore
out of Farmlngton la dropping down Into
tho basin has necessitated a suspension of
work until such time as thc dismembered
casing Jm fished out or tho management
resorts to a C-inch substitute. The break,
which came at a period when tho outlook
waa most encouraging, occurred at a dcoth
of SS feet, or practically a thousand feet
above the botton of the bore, and with
out reckoning tlmo and annoyance means
a loss of not a few hundreds of dollars.
Immediately ho found himself "up against
It" Superintendent IlUTibaugh wired to
Mr. Galoy, and la now awaiting Instruc
tions. In tho event It 13 decided to substi
tute a G-Iuch casing, ordors for It will be
placed at once and the plpo hurried to
camp as rapidly aa possible,
The owners of neighboring territory aro
as much provoked at the Interruption, per
haps, as aro the Immediate sufferors, as
they expected "something to happen" In
the holo the present month. The arrival
of Superintendent Rumbaugh's family In
tho city would indicate, however, anything
but an Intention on the part of his com
pany to abandon the bore or the field In
which, under tho agreement, threo wells
are to be sunk.
SACKING OF ORES
AT AMERICAN FLAG
The Miner, reviowlng thc week at Park
City, says: Work at the American Flag Is
progressing under tho most encouraging
conditions Tho 700 and 1000-foot levels
are especially promising and fro3t all ap
pearances will yield moro and richer ore
as development continues. Somo very flno
oro Is being sacked and stored on top and
It will not be long before tho shipping will
Martin McGrath, who with A. F. Mayno
haa been working tho Kentucky group of
eight claims adjoining tho .prcole and
King, haa just put In a whim on his prop
erty. The shaft is down 200 foot and has
cut tho Woodslde contact. There has also
been about COO feet of exploration work
elsewhere. It Is tho Intention to sink an
other 1000 feet and drift for tho lower con
tact. Manager "R. G. Wilson of tho New York
was In camp Tuesday and waa moro than
pleased with the showing of the property.
Thc ore in tho raise on tho 400-foot level
has widened two feet and goes M ounces
In silver, 10 per cent In lead and bears
some gold. This oro will bring nice prollts
when shipping begins,
Tho lodgo in the west drift lies botwecn
lime and quartz walls and gives every In
dication of leading into an Immense body
of rich ore for It Is In Just such forma
tions that all of Park's great strikes have
Uranium Pitchblende Ores.
Tho Neuo Wiener Tagcblatt of Vienna
reports that at a meeting of tho Mlnoral
oglcal society Dr. F. J. Becke. professor
oX mineralogy, spoke of uranium pitch
blende ore. tho mother oro of radium.
Professor Becke. jointly with Professor
Sucss, has made very reaching investi
gations at Joachimsthal, thc place whero
uranium Is mined. It occurs mainly In
mica slate. The places whore It Is found
arc tho. deep workings of thc former levels
of the silver mines of Joachimsthal. Ho
mentioned tho experiments which were
made with uranium pitchblende ores at
the Imperial Museum of Natural History
These ores have been In possession of the
museum since 1S00. The experiments dem
onstrated that, in spite of their aj?c, they
have lost absolutely nothing of their In
tensity of radio-activity, and of the enorgy
of their electric properties. They do not
differ In any way from thc ores now taken
Thc sale of 500 Grand Central at J4.W
was reported on tho curbstone during
A. F. Bottles of the Ncwhbuse staff has
returned after an absence of several days
in tho diggings.
Definite information concerning tho fu
ture of tho Overland mines, at Sunshine
is promised tomorrow.
Tho way thc stock of thc Con. Mercur
haa gone down is enough to discourage
almost any one Mercur Minor.
Messrs. E. W. Griffiths and George
Wilson leave for tho West tomorrow, to
conduct an examination of mining prop
erties. Tho management of tho Ohio Copper
company's properties at Bingham la again
sinking below tho 200-foot level In llrst
class and milling ores.
John Rhodln, manager of thc American
Flag of Park City, was among the Sab
bath's visitors from that camp. Ho re
ports tho condition of the mine hourly
The meeting of Daly West directors to
day Is an event that Is exciting moro in
terest than any on the calendar. A bid
of 40 cento was made for the May dlvi
Capt. J, A. Ede, consulting engineer for
the Illinois Zinc company, and for sev
eral years the Utah representative of tho
Messrs. Loiter, has returned from Mex
ico, after an examination of mining prop
erties. Capt. O. A. Tlbbltta leaves for south
ern Arizona today, for the purpose of
sampling a copper proposition that has
been commended to him, and that In tho
preliminary report presents a most en
E. A. King of Chicago Is scheduled to
arrive today. Mr. King is tho gentleman
who recently purchased the Gladden In
terest in the Tonopah-Bolcher, and after
a session with local shareholders will
punn on toward camp.
German silver is an alloy of copper,
zinc and nickel: 60 per cent copper, 20
per cent zinc and nickel. Pewter Is an
alloy of tin and copper often mixed with
lead. Britannia metal alloy tin, anti
mony, copper and brass, Stercotypo metal
alloy 1C per cent antimony, 17 per cent
tin, C7 per cent lead. Babbitt metal, four
parts copper, 12 tin, eight regulus of an
timony melted together and 12 parts tin
added after fusion.
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Galena Mine. Principal place of busi
ness, Salt Lake City, Utah, notice
There are delinquent upon the following
described stock on account of assessment
No. 11, levied April -2, 1001, tho scvoral
amounts set opposite thc nnmes of the re
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. Name, Shares. Ami.
277 Soita Kahn 100 5 2.00
303 Albert Mayers 100 2.00
31S Albert Mayers .: 200 4.00
33S Albert Mayers 100 2.00
310 Albert Mayers 50 1.00
3S5 Albert Mayers 100 2.00
49.' Albert Mayers 200 0.00
r.23 P. J. Reed 10 .20
W Maurice Loeb 00 10.0)
02i, Julius Joseph 1,000 20.00
020 Setta Kahn 300 0.00
010 P. J. Reld 1 .02
CGI H. T. Spencer S6S 17."3tJ
W2 Jonas Joseph Ill 2.22
004 Albert Mayers D4 1.S3
731 Maurico Loeb ' f5 1.10
703 H. T. Spencer 5.S20 110.40
70-1 Albert Mayers 100 2.00
923 Aaron Keysor 1,921 OS. 42
018 Aaron Koysor 2,100 42.00
0CS Clara Llttlo 333 C.GG
960 Romania Little 333 G.Cfl
070 Feramorz Llttlo 333 C.CC
971 Decker Little 33t fi.C3
1020 H. B. Kooser 600 10.00
11C0 J. and J. Joseph 4S0 9.7S
And In accordance, with law and an or
der of tho board of directors mado April
2. 1001, so many shares of each parcel of
such stock as may bo necessary will bo
sold at the company's office. 017 McCornlck
Block, Salt Lake City, Utah, on tho 2Sth
day of May, 1001, at 10 a. m., to pay de
linquent assessments thereon, together
with tho costs of advertising and expense
of sale. E. IT MEAD. Secretary. '
Office. 017 McCornlck Block. w710
OFFICIAL CALL FOB
Republican Third Judicial District
A Republican convention, In and for tho
Third Judicial District (comprising Salt
Lake. Summit and Tooele counties) Is
hereby called to meet at Salt Lake City,
Utah, on May thc 16th. 1904. for the pur
pose of nominating four candidates for
District Judges, and ono candidate for
District Attorney, for thc selection of a
district committee and for tho transac
tion of such other budlncoS as may come
properly before tho convention. The con
vention will convene at 10 o'clock a. m. In
Judgo Morse's courtroom, No. 350 city
and county building. The said conven
tion shall consist of 155 delegates, appor
tion to tho threo counties of tho Third
Judicial district on tho basis of one dele
gate for every 93 votes or majority frac
tion thereof, that were cast for Hon. Jo
seph Howell tor Representative on No
vember 4, 1902, In said counties, respec
tively, to wit:
Salt Lako County fll,S6 votes) 125 dele
gates. Summit county (1S24 votes) 19 delegates.
Tooele county (103S votes) 11 delegates.
The respective county committees aro
requested to arrange for the election of
these delegates by convention or other
wise, as C3ay best suit their convenience.
By order of tho Republican committee
in and for tho Third Judicial district.
GEO. N. LAWRENCE,
PARLEY P. CHRISTENSEN. Sec'y.
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Wabash Mining company. Principal
place of business, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the board of directors, held on tho 21st
day of April, 1901, an assessment of five
cents (5c) per sharo was levied on the
capital stock of the corporation, payable
on or beforo May 23, 1004. to W. Mont.
Ferry, secretary, at room 521, Atlas block,
West Second South street, Salt Lake City,
Utah. Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on thc 23rd
day of May. 1004, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and
'unless payment Is made before will be
sold on the 14th day of June, 1004. to pay
tho delinquent assessment, together with
the cost cf advertising and expense of
W. MONT. FERRY, Secretory.
Location of oftlce: 521 Atlas block, Salt
Lake City. Utah. u2112
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO. 9.
The Silver Shield Mining Si Milling com
pany. Principal place of business. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notlco Is htrotiy gjven
that at a meeting of the" beard ct directors
of the abovo named company, held on the
20th day of April, 1904, assessment No. a
of three cents per share was levied on tho
capital stock of tho corporation outstand
lng. payable Immediately to E, H. Mead,
assistant secretary, at No. C17 McCornlck
building, Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock
upon which this assessment may remain
unpaid on Wednesday. June 1, 1901, will bo
delinquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is mado
before, will be sold on Friday. June 17,
1901, at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho ofllco of tho
assistant secretary, 617 McCornlck build
ing, Salt Lake City. Utah, to pay the de
linquent assessment, together with cost of
advertising and oxpenBo of Bale.
E. H. MEAD, Assistant Secretary.
617 WcCornlck Bldg.. Salt Lako City, Utah,
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Hannapah Mining and Smelting Com-
any. Principal place of business Salt
ake City, Utah.
Notico Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho board of directors of tho Han
napah Mining and Smelting company,
held at tho offlco of the company on tho
9th day of April, A. D. 1904, an assess
ment of one-fourth (V4) cent per share
was levied on thc capital stock of the
corporation Issued and outstanding, pay
ablo Immediately to W. E. Block, secre
tary of tho company, at hla offlco, C03
Dooly block. Salt Lako City. Utah.
Any stock upon which thi3 assessment
may remain unpaid on the 1-Uh day of
May, A. D. 1004, will be delinquent and
advertised for salo at public auction, and
unless payment Is made beforo will be
sold on the second day of June, A. D.
1001, to pay tho delinquent assessment,
together with the cost of advertising and
expense of sale. W. E. BLOCK.
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Good Hope Placer Mining company. Lo
cation of principal place of business, Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice Is hereby given
that at a meeting of tho d'rectors, held
cn ihs 9th day of April, JfcM. an assess
ment of three and one-half (ZWi cents per
duaio waa levied qn tho capital stock of
the corporation, payablo the ISth day
of May, 1904, to William P. Colton, treas
urer, at his oftlce. No. 301 Dooly block,
Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon
which this assersmf ,t may remain un
paid on tho 13th day of May, 1D0I, will be
delinquent and advertised for salo at
public auction, and unlcea payment Is
made before, will bo sold on tho 11th day
of June, 1004, at 12 .o'clock noon, to pay
the delinquent assessment, together with
the costs of advertising and expenses of
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The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Tomplo Sto,,
Salt Iiake City.
JOSEPH F, SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON, Vice-President.
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
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WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Surplus V ...tl4,379.00O
Undivided prontn O
Traneacts a goneral banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banits In all
principal cltlea of the world.
Drafts. 1 On all
Letters of Credit, prominent
Telegraphic TranBfars. J cities.
Deposits received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER, CaahJor.
H. P. CLARK, Aist. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 1841. 1M OFFICE&
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
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The Mercantile Agency.
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Utah, Idaho and Wyoming
Offloe in Progress bldg,, Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. 200,000.0a
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
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Capital, 9500,000 Surplus, $250,000
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JAMES A- MURRAY Vice-President
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GoK' crown3. 22 k SS.OO R
Gold Fillings 51.00 up I
Silver Fillings 50c up H
All work done by operator of cxnpri- fl
W ence and ability and guaranteed first I
I class. No charge for painless extrac- u
tlon when teeth are ordered. If your
old plate aon't stick, you will npprt
elate ono that positively will. La '
attendant. Hours S to 8; Sunday 10 to '
. 2. Our reference, your neighbor.
j Boston Denial Parlors,
I 126 MAIN STF..3ET. I
DrunKen ness cured.
A positive nna permanent cure for
drunkenness and the opium dlBeasea.
Tbcre Is no publicity, no slcknc2s. Ladloi
treated aa prlvntely aa at their own homes.
The Keefy lnotltuto. 231 W. Bo. Templa.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
IGBAND OLD MAY DAY I
WE HAD, WASN'T IT? MOST I
OF YOU SEEMED TO HAVE I
TURNED IT INTO "THAT 1
GOOD COAL" DAY. !
Melghn Si I
Thono 2000. I
9 Y Is guaranteed to gl ve satisfaction. No paint could giv 5 :
f I more. No painter could expect more 6 T ;
I iift To11 U3 wnttt you wlsn t0 covcr aml we will give you l i
j paint prepared expressly for that purpose. a 1
i&jfi Whether It's Inside or outside work, wc assure you th M, '
Ky most satisfactory results. Paints for all purposes, and lm
) vS? ruu me Gf painters' supplies ' a mL
The Salt lake Hardware Co:
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. '
4-24-4-4(3 West Second South i
I McDonald s Chocolates and Bon Bonsl
Mj, Just like JimI If he can't come every night "himself hj
KM sends two-bits worth of lovo in the form of '
& M'DONALD'S CHOCOLATES,
1 nflTflRRTT Now and tliront tron-
ffrsttSj- ji.Xi.lJXa, bios. Nervous Dltcases, ,2SSSV
y-SSgSjyv Kldner and WTor I)lcn&08. Hloildcr Trou- Uft foKNr
I &$,Y7ti Wes.He.inDlscAso. IlscaseorihoStoniaoh f
i ftJ&J'3& -isa and UwoIa. I'lies, Klntuia and Roctal 1)1- f- VviStSAJm
tcaos, Fcmalo Cotnplalnla, tliroulo DI- fj,
wifrs$ jt& scaico of Women and Children, lllckcts, TV ?Xr
MC Bplnal Tronblos. Skin Ulsoiscs, DoAfnosa, v ftljn
WftV x 's Asthma, llronchlal and l.unir Troublos, l ''KA'l
W i Itliouraatlsm. lluy Fever, Nonralcla. Uys- Y Vfcj
M- torla. Eye and Ear DIscaies. (ioltrc (or bid C W
i 1100'rf), Vorlcocole, I.oai Jinn hood, etc, f XA"
k sJTl Ulood Dleeasea. I'rUato Dlwjasc Scrofula. KiS sWtJk.
I i 2&' nnd all forms of Nervous and Obronla Dl- i(MV
yfl lvC ceases, (that uro curable.) 'ir flWff
'kTS1 OUU 3TOTTOX A lovr feo, qnlck 7Wf
SWj'SQjC cure, mild and palulosa treatment Q5py
U0n.1ultn.tlon In porcon or liv letter
I db, jl. J. Biionuj. frtctonll. C11JI r urlfo. mt, 0 w.jBonu.
I TTnTVTP flTTPP P.V 1)0 not despair bcoAase 75 Uto at a illitanst acatlt
XlUIiJJli vUXiJuk 13 x 1-XilJ.Jj clty- unt Wos notr sTStcm uf HOME TIIKATMEIT
raafcr It caay to pot exivort dlpe Mid treatrucnt at homo. Tiiclr now sjiaiiiom tUnk rrs
orery sjruptom or disease rrhlcb ODibles tbutn to dlaauto your cue acd tell son kit j
troublo U. what can be dono for jou. and what tbo cost of a rare will be. WK1TV. If jros mzi
call, for their now &yruitoDi Ubt mid takp adrautOBo of Oio VUEE EXXM1NATI0.S. Wif.if
you take treatuioul or not, (ho udvlco costs you nothing.
Weak Men Pay When Cured
If yon unor from any of the ivcaVnctsei or Wo cuio you Hr and then ask a BEiiOJ-
dlienjes caused by U'litirance. oxcc or con- ABIiK l-'ER nhon jou are curc-d. Toa
taklloii YOU AllB TUC VEUY PERSON WE pend upon oar word, ihoutandi of ril-'JiU
WANT TO TA UK TO hare Indorsed ui. NOW WE WANTTOCVU
We hare prOTCunnr skill In ourlnc OIIUONIC YOU wiib tho dli;lnct uuderslaniJIPJ tW n
dlsea-vei by publishing tho niarjy voluntary will nul demand a FEB until v csii ft
tostlmonluls froiu I101110 puoplo, flrlcs nauici, This applies to lt Slanbood, Salcit Wtil
plotureji and addico. ueu. Suoruiatorrhoe 1. Varleoccle, Wwuticl
CAN'T 1'tiKLlSll OUK CORES ,,rsuita 0laBtf UnMlurl, Lot-u. Gr.-.
Becau. 'it lconU. Hence. orrt.ueu, Gleet SEa cf
it have to prove our klll In thli oIa of trou- rolon, and all WEAKNESSES of ei (Jw
blei In auotber way. Thlt it our plan: lulutlon and advice freo.
Office JIoum; 9 a. in. to S p.m.: Evening k ot Sandaj and Holiday i, 10 . a. to It
DBS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 66W-S'.1?U.
I DOCTOR COOK CUREoF SS""
Prostatic Troubles S Nervous Debility
permanently ctred, no mat- rfr Sa Cures quick and
tcr how lone standing tho flij :o to 60 days, by my ojra w
dlseJtae, In from 5 to 20 days, fey 11 mous method.
Stricture m m Varicocele
cured In 15 dayo, without (fri Completely and perming
cuttlnfr. pain, dmgs or de- & iAfl u- cured by my nw pf
tentlon from business. N. fiMi cess- all dlsasreeable tj9-
Wasting Weakness 'ffiv'rd K
I Tlmo "I cure. 10 to 60 k nrffft. iafe, anlcss and bl0?f!S
3 Jays, by my original, very 4S aST' An xbsolute cure guai
, ' simple remedy (used czclu- tau lecd.
, dvely by me). 7gM Blood Poison
Private Diseases f WmMMiM Every vestiee of r"
J cuicd In S.to 10 days, with- 9 T-a NwRv removed from systen wo-
j out tho use of poisonous W out aid of mercury or F'
: t.rugs. n ash tHi
I Consultation Is jfroe and Invited, an u in consulting mo you may be nZ,
, nothing that science can devise or skill perfect has been left undone to oi-v.
you a ipecdy. safe and permanent cure .
WRITE me In full confidence, explaining your troablP3 aa they flr
I you, and receive by return mall my ho nest and candid opinion of your an- 1
I eO0& MEDieHL 69,, .fe0-'
Scoffs Sanial-Pepsin Capsules
J, A POSITIVE CURE
n the Uladderand DIsoaMd Kid
r novo. NO O0EE HO FAY. Cures
Rlqulckly and permanently tho
)lwort cnc of Gonorrhoea
ip-ii, I') and Glcrt. no matter of how
r lonu fltandins- Abaolutoly
SrS bnrrolw. Eold by drugglet.
Pr'co 81.00, or by mall, pout
gyK paid, 81.00, 3 boxea, ?2.75.
'"0 Bellcfontatao, Ohio.
F. J. HILL, DRUG CO., Salt Lake City.
Bfc!l-J,lliJKil5':fl VOUNG, AllPDUK-
I I I Q la a AGED AND BLDDR
3 ! 1 ' m If you are sexual-
X I 1 H E$ 1 B y 'weak, no matter
m I 1 u Ifi M from what cause, unde
H & U H "T) R Bj veloped; have stricture.
1 iftliiiiW! lirri rriSf vurlr icelo. etc. MY
FERFEUT AP.PL.IANv E will cure you.
No drugs or electricity: 76,000 cured und
developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today, R. C. Emmet, 203 Tabor
Block. Denver. Colo.
r TNIOH" ASSAY OFEICE,
M. S, I-IANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
TIll receive prompt attention. AnnJyticaJ
work a specialty. Send for prlc lurt.
M&a& may be-but today 1-
Pt'jB tlm t0 comrncnce J !
You take no ruH-it'i r
3fe&l ours-your money back w ,
Jf tlon'1 sult 7
' r jewelry and Jtt. I
monds and other PTKlttloa ie I
We pay particular aUtl0DArt l
first-class watch repalriw W
well prepared to c aJl fuit I
that line, as we carry a i" I
sortment of material. I
259 SO. MAIN St