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I 1 - 6 THE SAIiT LtAKE TRIBmE: PHIDAY MOKffTDsGs JTJXK 10, 1904, I
I 1 1 C News of Mine, of Prospect, of Furnace and of Mill j
IUMi FORTY TABLES "
FOR THE CACTUS
.t'fl1 Biggest Order for Concentrating
, A i il Machines Ever Sent Out of the
1 ! Jffi Commonwealth.
' I . il m, h-wtITIT Warren G. Rogue, manager
l j. j li of the Mines and Smelter Supply
i il i7i company, there was last night
,1 'V placed an order for a hattcry of
) )' . ,f!!' forty "U'ilfiey tables, with which the
, jf!., concentrator at the Xewliouae mines' at
, ".J 'I'y; Newhousc, Heaver county, are to be
j ' jW snipped. The order; -as' a- plnelo one,
j jjl'l 1 Is the largest tver placed in the State,
i ! and for this unit alono In the oqulpment
J ' U Li' the company will he required to check
1 iT out at least $20,000. The delivery of tho
' ,j . $.J tables at the mines will coiTespond witli
, ' fjn that of other material which has been
i ? ftty j ordered, and at this time there is noth-
f inp to denote other than that tho big
r ' , I.I'M plant -will be completed as Manager
J '," ":h J Bottles ha? designed.
I i ; J j Under his general supervision and
.) ; , If 1 I with the co-operation of Joseph Ded-
J J i , crlch as superintendent, Mr. Thomas Is
rushing the campaign of equipment at
i . the camp, while the contractors en-
f . ' j ∾od upon the construction of the
) n V- branch lino o railway between Frisco
i . ! and Newhousc are moving: rapidly with
' h iy their work .and the active laying of
I I rail will begin in July. Yesterday
I ' , morning grading was Inaugurated on
J ' 1 1 , the railway between Xsowhouw and the
(1 j ; S mines on which the concentrator Is to
i , ( draw tor Its supplies, while structural
I i 1 if material will begin to arrive the pres-
" '( rnt mouth. The order for the tables af-
1 ' ii! ,' fords the best index, perhaps, of pro-
K ft portions that will be attained by the
p mill through which tho wealth of the
,i S ' ;l .: mines is to pass.
I' ' U DALY WEST BOOKS j
I; j; ARE CLOSED TODAY
j p The transfer hoolcs on the Daly West
Ll' jjij dividend of -10 cents a share will be
f ! T I riosed today, the reopening to lake
i' , .,:) place on Thursday next, the dlbtrlbu-
' j tlon to occur on AVednesday. A visitor
l ( 'I from camp yesterday says the new
k !( ore body opened up by the mannge-
, J ) ment south of the dyke continues to
i ? Improve with development and that it
' ' ' promises to respond as generously as
il ;j has any in the bonanza. A sample of
. Jl rock from this source is. in appearance,
XK identical with that from which the
J. i original owners of the Qulncy procured
jj , $o many feathers for their nests.
II jl CALIFORNIA'S MILL
c jj TO RESUME WORK
H .! ,H The concentrator on the California
? , 11 rompany's properties at Park City will
hi !' ; positively resume the last week of the
i liii! present month, said Judge "Wilson I.
I '' Ij'i j( Snyder, its manager and secretary.
V. i ,1 ym-terday, and while the superintendent
i 'i ,ii,i! haa not been designated, he will be a
j, man of much experience. The dc-
f ' il. elopments in the new channel on
, rt ' , the intermediate level of the property,
said Judge Snyder, have added not a
I ! few dollars to the resources of the
'' 1 i"' jtroperty, and with the mill in operation
P ' , a it now appears as if the company will
ji , be permitted to pile up profits prellml-
nary to their distribution among the
(J , " shareholders, who have been relying
L.-r j jl on them for so long. Meanwhile, work
t ill i'l continues steadllj underground, with
i not a little first class being added to
) ' i . j ' that which awaits the startup at the
jj THE TETRO'S BOSS
SELLS MORE ORE
$ jl '! J The management of the Tctro of
k Y t'i Tlntlc yesterday marketed eighty tons
j' j' ! P. of silver and lead ore, for which it re
I I t ; jjj rr-ived over 1100, and will follow it up
, with another In a few days. Manager
! i. ' ' .;'(! James A. Pollock says that while un
it , i der hli' contract with the American
K ' Smelting & Refining company he
( ' r, was prohibited from participating in
i ,1 '! I 'he advance In the settling price of
ft ' i 1 fil had, he has not lost confidence In the
it f philanthropic impulses of Manager
I" i . Yfhitley, and expects to be permitted to
j share In It before the expiration of the
1 nr month. The reports from the proper
: lies all indicate a most iiatlsfactory
;l j ronditlon at the mine, and avlth the
V co-operation of the furnaces, Manager
ft , ! ! Pollock expects to be able to repeat tho
A Jl ! ! dividend which will be passed around
"J ; on July .11 with each recurring month.
CHANGES AT DE LA MAR
!j J' lj': OF LOCAL INTEREST
1 ' . l' Lode of De La Mar, Nev., says:
j( l "A number of changes have been
I j1 1 Ji made in the staff of the TDamberger-
i 1 De La Mar company, resident in De
i ' i j , La Mar, recently. C. T. Brant has
If (4 . been asslgncil to take charge of the
I 'Ii' work at the April Fool nnd M, Linde-
'W I . Hi man has taken the position of night
f ' Vr foreman In the mill. 15. S. Moffntt is
I 1 ' m charge- of the- assay olilce, and Frank
I1,'', ij O'Hara is shift bosH in the mine In
B ,? jl l , place of John' Thomas. F. R. Palmqulst
, ,v ..j will retire at nn early date, from his
(,j i' position as aajiataut bookkeeper and
! ", ' Li C. B. Holmes will take h'.a place.
flrll' LA RHINE'S FAMILY
H- ,: 1 TO GATHER TODAY
Vif ,11 1 1 The jharcholders of the La Heine
K i! ' i Mining company of Tlntlc will meet
Bj! ''J.J 1 J , at 10 o'clock this morning for the pur-
H i i'Qsc revealed In the call for them to
' f, i-onvene and which call specifics the
f , ii following objects: To consider the ad-
H visabllity of consolidating and consoll-
!; f dating the La Reine Mining company,
9 a corporation, with, the Bullion Beck
,i T '? Tunnel company, a corporation, tinder
' ' . I li!- tho name of the Bullion-Beck Tunnel
1 " . I' . ( ir company 2. To consider the advlsa-
? 1 1 ; billtj- of purchasing and purchasing the
Cynis Oliver Lode Mining claim. To
ainiMid article 1 of the articles of in
corporation of the La Rein Mining
ccompitny to read as followa: "The
principal or general place of business
of this corporation shall be at Provo
City, Utah county, Utah, but Us board
of directors may establish and maintain
offices at such other places as It may
STOCK PIT WAS
A DULL OBJECT
The day on the mining exchange
closed with the sale of 05G7 shares of
stock, for which the Investor sought
his pocket for $10,rf)D.lS. Daly "VYVPt
was again the leader, and while the
transfer books were closed on the June
dividend of $72,000 maintained Its posi
tion around 52.S0. while Montana of
Tonopah was chased up to $1.92 without
the dlslodgment of a share, which was
held at J2, Grand Central was weak in
the bidding, as was Daly-Judge, while
Tetro, which comes forward with its
initial dividend the present month, was
marked down to 35 cents, with Yankee
Con. selling at 31 conts, the delivery to
be mode thirty days later. Sacramento
was firm around the low figure to which
it had been reduced, as was Uncle Sam,
with New York tilling orders at 4
cents, tho day closing on the following
A. M- P. M.
I Bid. Askcri. Rid. lABkcd.
AJax i$ .Wit!? ? f..
Boston Con .1 0.O) 6.00 i".00 5.73
Bulllon-B ... 1.0") 1.00
Butler-Lib .J .V. I .U .12s
CarlH.i ( .06 .01 MU
Century 72 .75 V,
Creole ' i j 50
Con Mercur. .2Si .2l?i .22 .2.1
Daly 2.26 2.50 2.29'.$: 2.43
Daly-Judgo . 3.75 -1.2.1 4-2.1
Daly AVest .. 23.00 2-1.00 23.S0 24.00
Eagle Sr. B B .10 ( .55
Galena 02 I
Grand Con 4.60 1.70 ( -1.6214 4.77H,
Horn Silver.. 1.10 1.10
Ingot 01 01
Joe Bowers OCft
Little Bell .75
LUtlo Chief . MVA .02 .0L-i
Jj Mammoth .lSi .20
La Heine ....I .01?; 05
Mammoth ... .70 .00 .72'i .!0
Manhattan 3-lfij .1-lfi
May Day ... .02 . 02; .02;!, .02"
Mar Wash ... .00'4. .(Gill
ront-Toa ... LS7Vi l.fW 1.03 2.00
Now York .. .04TJ, .01 .05i
Ontario 3.75 -l.rl 3.75 4.50
Pctro to .0S(t .05 Ml
nocco-II 50 0
Sunshine- 01 .02&' .01
Swansea 25 2S
S Swansea .. .03 03
Sacramento . .1.1'f, .14 .13 .UVj
Silver King . 43 00 53.00 50.03 53.00
Stnr Con 1HJ. .11 .ll'i A1Y4
Sliver Shicldl .03 .04fe
Tonopah 7.62'4 S-75 7.50 0.00
Tctro S2i 32 .23
U S 13.75 20.75 10.75
Uncle Sam .. .13 .11 .10 .13
Utah 13 . 55 . 43 . 51
Ynnkco Con. .33 34 .M
Daly West, 25 at ?23.S5; 240 at $23.37; 35
May Day. 0)0 at 2Vc.
Uncle Sam Consolidated, 200 at li-TU; 100
at 34ic; 50 at J3Uc.
Little Chief. 10D at 2c
Tctro. 000 at 33c.
Ynnkco Consolidated, 500 at 321'c, seller
Sacramento, 100 at 14c.
Shares sold. 3W0.
Selling value, ?7703.
Daly TVcst. 25 at $23.90.
May Day 1000 at 2Uc
New York. 500 at 4'ic; 500 at 33Uc.
Yankee Consolidated, 500 at 31c, seller
Shares sold, 5025.
Selling value, ?1SJ.35.
Daly "U'est. 42 at 23..
Shares sold. 42.
Selling value, flOOG.SO.
Boston. Coppers Quiet.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Masn. June 9. The little ac
tivity that raado its appearance during the
last two days was entirely eliminated to
day, and tho local morhot was again quiet
with but a fractional change in the, list.
The recent active issues wcto almost en
tirely neglected. There was strength
shown by one or two local Issues, such as
Boston Elevated and American Telephone,
but the copper shares were very quiet dur
ing tho day Ilornblower & Weeks, brok
ers, 53 State street, Boston, and 10 Wall
Ptrcet, New York, furnish the following
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated 1500 $43.2.7 $4S.S"Vj $49-25
Bingham 21.50 20.50
Daly West ISO 23.7.7
Mercur S70 .25 . 24 . 21
Utah ,.,.100 55.0)
United States .... K'5 20 0) 10. 7G 19.87KJ
Curb Boston, ?3.255JC50.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. June . Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alia $ .07 Justice $ .12
Andes .14 Mexican l.on
Belcher 30 Occidental Con . .73
B & B 1.25 Ophlr -1.2.7
Bullion 12 Overman 32
Caledonia 77 Potosl .15
Challenge Cou . .ID Savage 2(
Chollar 13 Scorpion .is
Confidence 1.07 Seg Belcher 13
C C Sz Va 1.40 Sierra Nev 42
Con Imn .. .... .01 Silver Hill as
Crown Point ... .13 Union Con 47
Exchequer 47 Utah Con 15
G & C 21 Ycl Jacket is
31 & N 73
NEW YORK 3IINING STOCKS.
Adams Con $ ,20 Dlttlo Chief .OS
Alice .20 Ontario 3. so
Breecc 10 Ophlr 4.00
Brunswick Con . ,14 Phoenix 03
Comstock Tun .. .03 Potosl 15
C C & Va 1.35 Savage .22
Horn Silver .... 1.35 Sierra Nov 37
Iron Silver 1.80 Small Hopes 15
Leadvlllo Con .. .02 Standard 2.03
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure 1.25 Mohawk .. .ID.STii
Alloucz. 5.27!i Mont C & C . 3.75 "
Amals'd .. 43.25 Old Dom ... 32.75
Amor Zinc ... 9.50 Osceola .. 5S.C0
Atlantic 8M Parrot 24.00
Bingham .... 20 62VL Qulncy to.OO
C &II 4W.00 Shannon .. C.12
Centennial .. .19.(0 Tnmarook ... So.00 "
Copper R ... 41.50 Trinity 3.75
Daly West .. 24.C0 U S Mill 13.87V,
Dom Coal ... 56.CO U S Oil 9.50
Franklin .. 7.00 Utah 34.87
Grancy .. ... 3.S7Vi Victoria .25 "
iBle Royale- . 7.50 Winona .. .. C.C0
Mass Mln 3.50 Wolverine ... 71.00
Michigan .... 3.50
A DAY'S WEALTH
FROM UTAH'S UIGGIN'S
Tn the ore and bullion market during
the day the settlements amounted to
$78,900, McCornlck & Co. reporting
them as they follow: American bul
lion, $29,100; gold bullion, $19,000: gold,
sliver, lead and copper ores, $80,200.
In the metal market sliver ruled at
5u& cents an ounce, and casting copper
at 12& cents a pound. For domestic, .
de-allverized lead, the consignor was
settled with on a, basis of $4.25 per
hundred, pounds -
THE TRIBUNE HEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Tarker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELES The Angelus. B. F.
Gardner, 503 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS Weut Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al, Afltor House,
OMAHA The Millard, Tho Par.ton
PORTLAND, OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS PlantcM", Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON WHIard, Knlolgh.
NEW ENGINES AT
U. S, SMELTER
THREE new engines with which
the lead-smelting plant at the
United States company's works in
the valley will be supplied with a
thousand horse-power are now on the
ground, .raid George K. Fischer, the
superintendent of construction, during
tho afternoon, and will be ready to re
spond to the needs of the battery in
short time. Meantime the American
Bridge company has, under Its con
tract, begun work on the roaster build
ing, which will be equipped with no
fewer than cixteen furnaces, while the
first carload of steel for tho big stack
that will tower for 275 feet into the air
is now in tranrlt.
For the reception of lead ores with
which to accommodate the needs of
Hon. Thomas R. Jones, the company's
pre purchaser, and that will have room
for 20.000 tons, said Mr. Fischer, will
undoubtedly be ready for him by July
15, while everything !s now moving on
to a finish within the next sixty days.
For his lead ores Mr. Jones is now
making contracts and the producer Is
promised the best llgurc the -market
THE UTAH C0NS
A" bulletin from the East during the
afternoon says the directors of tho
Utali Con. Mining company will meet
on Tuesday next for the purpose of
postinir its semi-annual dividend of
J1.G0 a share on $150,000, the payment
to reach the shareholders In July. "With
this distribution the total omount sent
out by the Utah Con. will have reached
$4,379,000. while down In the" properties
at Bingham Manager Channlng has
the means with which to Increase It
many times. It Is claimed by the In
terests at Bingham, indeed, that
blocked out In the mine at this time
are ores of the value of $30,000,000 or
more and while Manager Channlng has
uniformly refused to discuss the assets
of the bonanza he has never denied
the story. A few more days nnd tho
output of the .smelter will have been
Increased CO per cent and that Presi
dent Broughton before the year has
quit will do as much for the sharehold
ers as Manager Channlng is doing to
promote the earnings of the company
there is no reason to doubt- The pre
diction is made, indeed, that tho next
dividend, which will come In Decem
ber, will exceed the $150,000 to be sent
out next month.
j NEW YORK GOING
ON QUINCY LEDGE
Daniel Ferguson, superintendent of
the New York Mining company's prop
erties at Park City, who was down
from camp yesterday mixing in Demo
cratic pleasantries, reports the main
drift progressing steadily in the effort
to get the main ore bodies the man
agement believes to be there, and with
the convention at an end will return to
his lnbors. Superintendent Ferguson
says ho has no doubt that he is driv
ing on the Qulncy vein and Is confident
of opening up one of the big ore-bearing
channels that have characterized
It the present aea.wn. At the Nulldrlver
tho management is running to connect
with the Jack Creen winze, says Mr.
Ferguson, while the campaign at the
Naildrlver Is progressing as It has been
for a good many months and with an
outlook that is quite encouraging.
PAYS A DIVIDEND
Treasurer Ball of the Annie Laurie
Mining company will send out checks
today in payment of the June dividend
of 60 cents a share, or 512,500, while
adding, it Is said, as much to the re
serve ns he Is permitted to pack around
in his stocking. The mines and mill,
said Secretary Elllngwood yesterday,
are making a most satisfactory record
at tills time, the new developments
through the long tunnel in tho former
having added not a few dividends to Its
-rp -T tBT AMERICAN
fis'j $2.50 to 54.00
$1.00 to 53.00 f'U' i-L
THE K0LITZ SPECIAL
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
To Ogden and return. Fare $1. Leave
Salt Lake 10 a. m. Returning leave
Ogden 9.30 p. 111. The Kolltz excursions
are becoming red letter dnj's fcr those
who enjoy a nice family outing.
ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT?
That the Burlington Boute Is the best
line to St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, Kan
sas City and all points East. "Wc have
through car service to nil these points.
Call 01 write for particulars, R. F. Nes
len, Seul. Afirt. 79 Weal 2nd South St,
THE KING'S GIFT
to Be Made by the Sov
THE paymaster of the Silver King
of Tark City will today present Its
subjects with checks aggregating
$100,000, this the sixth lime the
pleasant performance has been repeat
ed during the year with naught to In
dicate other than that It will continue
to do so for many years. "With the dis
tribution today the fortunate Hock will
have drawn down $GOO,000 since Janu
ary 1 last, while the total In which
it has been permitted to participate
will have reached no less than ?7,92o,000, j
with the surplus at this time exceed- j
Ing a half million. Meanwhile the
miner serving under the management
of Senator Thomas Kearns and his as
sistant, M. J. Dally, has been permit
ted to pack out a good many more mil-
lions, while It Is said of the ore bodies
thut never have they represented as
much wealth as at present. The
shares, depressed by conditions prea
lent on the local market, are now earn
ing 17 per cent per annum, with those
I profits to continue indefinitely.
John Green leaves for the Tcsora mine
at Tlntlc today, and with John Shoa will
begin tho forwarding of 1ho mill with
which It was cqulppf-d a few years aco
to tho properties of the Columbus Con. at
Clarence E. Allen, superintendent of the
United States Mining company, has gone
to tho Centennial Eureka mines at Tln
tlc. New developments that promise to add
materially to the output oC the Con. Mer
cur company's properties were reported
from camp yesterday.
Cashlor PJlhcy of tho Utah Con. ha
returned from his visit with those m
plovcd at the mines and smelters, and
among whom ho distributed about $25,CC0. i
E. J. Rnddatz, superintendent of tho !
Ilonerlno mines and mill at Stockton will
arrive from camp today to confer with
Secretary Elllncwood. On his doparturo
for camp ho will bo accompanied by Mi.
Schcu. tho founder of the big undertak
ing, and others.
F. M Benedict of tho Bingham and
Now Haven Is In from that Bingham
proposition with a consignment of ore.
Ernest Bamberger, assistant manager
of tho Dalv West. Is at tho mines and
mills In Park City.
Miles Flnlon. ono of Butte's prominent
mining men. Is In town again, tho guest
of Director James Ivera of tho Silver
Manager E. W. Young of tho Mystic
Shrine nt Bingham lias returned from
Colorado to continue- his commendable
endeavors In the diggings of Utah.
T. P. Rlgney. manager of tho ozoccrSto
mines at Soldier, camo In from that prop
E. J Daughters has returned from Ne
vada, bringing with him specimens of
very high grade gold rock Ho is not
ready to discuss the prospects.
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your liver must be right, yourstomach
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ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
Herschel Gold Mining company, princi
pal place of business Suit Lake City,
Utah. Location of mines, Mercur, Utah.
Notice is hereby given thut at a meet
ing of tho board of directors of Hcrachel
Gold Mining company, livid on tho nth
day of May. 1001, assessment No. 1 of
one-half (Vt) cent, per shore was levied
upon tho capital stock of tho corporation,
iHsuud and outstanding, payablo Immedi
ately to tho anslstant secretary, at his of
fice. 201 McCornlck block, Salt Luke Cltv
Any stock upon which thin assessment
may remain unpaid on Wednesday, th
15th day of June, 1WI, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale nt public auction,
and unli'ss payment Is made before, will
ho sold on Saturduy, the "d day of July,
!91. at 12:S0 o'clock p. m., at the said of
fice, to pay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together with tho costs of adver
tising and expense of sale.
U. U. UISKEY.
I wllK Assistant Secretary.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE
Third Judicial district, county of Salt
Lalce, State of Utah. Frank L. Kalsor,
plaintiff, vs Anna H. Kaiser, defendant.
The Slate of Utah to the said defendant:
You nro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days, after the service of
this summons upon you, If served within
the county In which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days aftor ser
vice, and defend tho above entitled action;
nnd In ca.o of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will be rendered ncoinst you ac
cording to tho demand of the complaint,
of which u copy 1b herewith served upon
you. WILL P. WANLESS, .
Prank L. Kniter. Plaintiff.
P. O. addrees. SCG-i Tcmplcton Bldpr..
Salt Lake City, Utah, - -
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I I I mt . t ly weak, no matter
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Ho druffn or electricity: 75.0M cured and
flovelopod, 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
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Writ today. R- C Emm t, 2tl3 Tabot
Slock. DDvar. Colo.
Good Hope riaccr Mlnmpr Company. Lo
cation of principal place of business. Salt
Lake City, Utah. Notice. There are de
linquent upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment No. 7,
levied on the 0th day of April. the
Bovcral amounts sot opposite the names of
tho respccllvo shareholders, as follows:
CerL No. of
Name. No. Shares. Amt.
C. H. Aldrich. part of. v.. 10.1 S.573 $300.00
J. Baumgartcn 13 1.000 35.0)
J. Baumgartcn K l.W) 35 CO
S. Bcckner SS 70-) 21.50
S. Bcckner ..10S 30-) 10.50
C W Bennett 01 V, 1.17
P. IT. Brooks . o9 2,000 70.00
P. II. Brooks 111 75 2S.32
J. Enzonrfpergcr tl MO J7.CO
J. EnzTispcrRor 6S COO n.50
J. A. Marshall 02 3 l.n
J. C. Roylo -10 500 17.20
J C. Roylo 110 IKS G.5S
Mary A. Seaboldt 70 3,000 105.00
W. G. Sharp 18 1,W 35.00
Henry Sadler 30 1,000 25. CO
, A. II Smith 00 COO 10.50
And In accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors made on the
9th day of April. 1004. so many shares of
each parcel of such stock as may be ne
cessary will be sold nt tho offlco of tho
secretary, room 305 Dooly block. Salt Lake
City. Utah, on tho Uth day of June. 1001,
at tho hour of 12 o'clock, noon, to pay tho
delinquent assessment thereon, togethor
with the coat of advertising and expenses
of eale. WM. F. COLTON.
May 10, 1001. w27SS
NOTICE TO WATER-USERS.
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lako City,
May 12. m.
Notice Is hereby given that John Prceco
whoso pootofflco address Is Farmlngton,
Davis county, Utah, has made applica
tion In accordance with the requirements
of Chapter 100 of the Session Laws of
Utah. 1303, to appropriate two one-hun-dredtho
(2-100ths) of a second-foot of tho
water flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek, in Davis county,
to bo diverted by means oX dams and
hcadgates at a point on i;ald creek about
19.5 chains north and 14-1 chains cost from
the southwest corner of Section IS. Town
ship 3 north. Range 1 eust, Salt Lake
baso and meridian, from whero tho water
will bo conducted through a ditch for a
dlstanco of about 214 feet and there be
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to irrigate about l.GS acrc3 of land
In lot 0. block 15, Big Creek plat. In said
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons thorofor
must be made In writing and filed in this
oflico after thirty (00) days and beforo
sixty (CO) daya from the date hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS,
First publication May 12; last Juno 11.
IN T1I12 DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Rio Grando
Western Railway company, a corporation
plaintiff, vs. Lender C. Cross-man. Nellie
B. Crossman, Frank Thompson, George B.
Havercamp, Edwin O. Lamphero. Sale
Lako county, a municipal corporation, and
Adollna Mnyberry, administratrix of tho
estato of Charles Mayberry, deceased, de
Tho State of Utah to the said defendants:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twonty days after tho service of
this summons upon you, If served within
the county In which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and dofond the above-ontltled action,
and In cusc of your failure no to do, Judg
ment will be rondorcd ai;ulnst you accord
ing to the demand of tho complaint, a
copy of which Is herewith noi-vcd upon
ROGERS & STREET, SUTHERLAND
VAN COTT & ALLISON,
P. O. addrewa. 317 D. F. Walker bulld
lng. Salt Lako City. Utah. x770
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the District of Utah. In
tho mattor of George E. McKee. volun
tary bankrupt. In bankruptcy, No. 670.
To tho creditors of George E McKeo of
Bingham canyon. In the counlv of Salt
Lake, and district aforesaid, a bankrupt
Notice Ih hereby given that on the 13th
day of February, 1004. the said Ceorge E.
McKee was duly adjudicated bankrupt;
and that the first meeting of his creditors
will bo held at my office in the Commer
cial block. Salt Lako City, on the 2lst dav
of June. 1904, at 10 o'clock In tho forenoon,
at which llmu tho said creditors mav at
tend, prove their claims, appoint a "trus
tee, examine the bankrupt, and transact
such other business as muy properly come
before said meeting.
Salt Lake City, .luno S. 1001.
s5 "vy Koforoo In Bankruptcy, 1
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i Been use we give you the most hose quality obtainable any. '
j where for tlieVice yon pay. Wc have all good grades, in any :
(j length you desire.
"i Nozzles, Keels and Hose Connections and Lawn MowerB'
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I The Salt Lake Hardware Co. :j
i EVERYTHING 1TPPnm 42-44-46 I
I IN HARDWARE. WEST 2ND SO. J
Widows loan money to friends and
sometimes lose nearly every dollar tney
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Grocers and butchers, doctors and
bankers, the larpc department stores
and all of the smaller stores lose hun
dreds and sometimes thousands of dol
lars every year In trusting those they
believe honest. Hundreds leave their
bills unpaid and the merchants, bank
ers, widows, landlords, doctors, and all
classes turn them to us ror collection.
These bills are all honestly due and
owing. Some of these bills are hard to
collect. Some people intentionally
avoid paying. "We employ n great
many people to assist us, but we need
more help. We need the help of every
man and woman ana every bright boy
In the State of Utjih to assist us In the
collection of these claims. Almost
every person knpws of some other per
son against whom we have bills for col
lection, and know where they are jo
cated and what doing. Wc will pay
any one for Information that will help
us collect from them.
In every Instance some one needs the
money and It is honestly due and owing.
Wc want the people in every town,
every city, and In every block of every
city to read this advertisement and as
sist us In collecting theso honest debts.
Sometimes the people will pay readily
If the1 -matter Is brought to their atten
tion nt the right time. A pointer to ns
will enable us to llnd the debtor and
collect the debt immediately. We will
pay you for the information. You may
write us or call on us. In every in
stance the Information is strictly pri
vate. Under no circumstances will the
source of the information be divulged
to any one, not even to the party for
whom we are collecting. It Is a matter
that concerns you and us and pertains
to the collection of an honest debt for
If you do not think of anything today,
tell us when you do think of It. Wc will
acknowledge receipt for all Information
and pay liccraiiy for tne same as last as
results are obtained. Call upon or
write to us. This proposition is good
today, tomorrow and at all times. Here
is a chance to make some money easy
and help some one who needs the
The collection business is no side is
sue with us. We have been in it cloven
years. Wc collect bad debts all over
the world. Our ofTlces extend from
Utah to Honolulu Wc have l.jventy
elght associate ofTlces. We know e
can collect bad and slow accounts. Gur
facilities are the best nnd associated
with us are some of the best legal tal
ent In this entire Western country. We
are equipped to collect any kind of a
We are spending four thousand
($4000.00) dollars this year in advertis
ing our business nndathe commissions
we earn on collections we make pays
for it all and leaves us a handsome
profit. Our success In the past has
been due to hard, conscientious work
on our part and earnest appreciation
on the part of our patrons.
Does any one owe you? Do you want
Then see us or write.
Merchants' Protective Ass'n,
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts.
FRANCIS G. LUKE. General Manag
er. 117-11S-119-124-125 Commercial
National Bank building.
"Some people don't like us."
PREE TO MEN. '
Any man who I? weak, meumattc. full of
palne and ache3, prowlns old and loalns
his youthful tiro and visor, can havo my
Electric Belt freo until ho Is cured. I am
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you. When you are cured you can pay
me, not otherwise. I don't want money I
don't earn I don't need It, but I am after
the dollars that arc dally colng Into use
less drusglr.s and fai:o treatments, asj ;
am wllllnjf to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I havo done the
work. So writo for my belt today, Inclos
ing this ad.
DR. M. T. "fil'IiATJGHLIN.
03t Sixteenth St.. Denver. Colo.
I picture' framing' I
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American Wall Paper Co. 1
6 E. THIRD SOUTH.
The State Bank of Utah!
Corner Main and South TomnLi st I
Salt Lake City. M
JOStf?J F, SMITH. President. 1
WILLIAM B. PRBSTON. Vice-Pro .t
CHARLES S. BURTON, CacW,r
HENRY T. M'KWAy, Ant. Caohler. 1
GENERAL BANKING HTJSDISt,'
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cotiT.try trad. Correwpondence ln1S
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WELLS, FAR60 & CO. BlBiii
Salt Lako City, "Utah.
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Deposits rc-eoivod subject to chtek. i
H. L. MILLER, Cashior.
H. P. CLARK, AsnL CaMer.
ESTABLISHED 13-U. 150 OKFlCi'
TELE OLDEST AND LARGEST. ;
T3 Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency, j
OEORGE RUST. General Maoi:,
Utah, Idaho and wyonlitf
Offlco in ProfnresB bids. Srdt TUei Cll7.
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES TOR RIOT. 1
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UNITED STATES DEPOS1TART. M'
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i President. Vlce-Prtildw
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Exohont'6 drauQ on tho principal tltiHU
INTEREST PAID ON TIME PEPOaul
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Ifcdt Labo City, Utali J .;
ESTABLISHED 1876r Jj
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