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H 6 The SaitEake TmBvmh; Monday Mobxixg- Juste 13. XfcW4.
II News of ffliee9 of Prospect, of Furnace andof MiMLJ
I OSCEOLA, NEV,, IS
A MNG GAMP
ij Gold Strike Made on tho Pilot
' I Knob Company's Group of
' J v Clniras.
J vr ROM A. J. Mllllck and aon Ear-
, ' nest, who came over from Osco-
J 21 oia- where they have been taking
,' out the yellow metal from the
i Lone Jack mine, the White Pine. Nov.,
J News learns that, following close upon
l the numerous strikes of good quartz
ledges In the Osceola district, from
which many millions have previously
1 been taken out by the placer process In
1 early day-- an astonishing discovery
ll was mn.fi last week by the Pilot Knob
1 Gold Mining company of Monmouth,
.j Or., on their Pilot Knob mine.
1 In a recent Issue the News made
, mention of the fact that the Milllcks
' had opened up a ledge of ?18C free mill
ing ore on the Lone Jack mine, adjoin
ing the Pilot Knob, owned by the Ore
gon company. The Lone Jack ledge,
to all appearances, wae dipping In the
direction, of the Pilot Knob ground and
when W. T. 'Hoffman, the president,
and Superintendent J. "V. Howell ar
rived on the ground and saw that the
Lone Jack ledge crossed tho Pilot Knob
vt-tlvm H--...1.- ti-hu Immnrllntftlv Vipmin nil
I a tunnel to Intercept the ledge. The
tunnel had been driven In but fifteen
feet, when a blind quartz ledge, three
feot -wide, was unearthed, containing
gold plainly visible to the naked eye.
and tho assay value of the ore Is sup
posed to run up Into hundreds of dol
, lars to the ton.
The striking of this ledge at a point
i only fifteen feet from the end line of
. the Lone Jack mine, owned by Messrs.
Milllcks and partners, came as a sur
prise to the management of the Pilot
. Knob company, and the strike Is some
' distance from the ledge for which they
were driving the tunnel. But It shows
I conclusively that there are three dls-
' tinct and separate gold bearing ledges
, on the Pilot Knob mine alone, the ore
, from any one of which will pay hand-
i somely when once the company has its
mill in operation.
' The Pilot Knob company have a
t group of ten claims in the district, and
It Is asserted by those who are in a po-
sition to know, that every mine In the
'l group will yield their owners a divi
dend as soon as the facilities for test
ing the ores are arranged.
I Ten men are now at work developing
the properties. The grade for the mill
and concentrator .Is finished, and the
' machinery Is expected on the ground
this week. All of the necessary tim
ber and building material is on the
i ground. It will only be a short time
when the mill, which will be situated
two and a half miles from the mines,
and run by tit s water power of "Willard
i f rerk, will be turning out its bars of
The Pilot Knob company, which was
incorporated at Monmouth, Or., last
fall, with -t capitalization of 5250.000.
have the necessary funds with which to
prorocute the development work in a
careful and systematic manner, while
at the same time treating the ores from
j the mines with a small plant first and
, preparing the properties for a larger
, output and the realization of greater
'I This discovery is but one of the many
i that are yet to show to the outside
world that "White Pine county Is des
, tlned to become the banner ore-pro-
f ducing county in the State of Nevada.
There are many more ledges Just as
rich that lie burled under the carlh In
this section, and to those who come
here seeking the hidden wealth the re
turns will go far beyond their fondest
realizations. Don't let others tell you
that we have nothing here they have
got It all but come and see for your
self. Other prospects now being devel
1 ' oped will make good our assertion that
our county will lead them all. Others
f must follow.
H WORK ON SMELTER
H , BEGAN AT LANDORE, (DA.
"I The Signal of "Wclser, Ida., is re-
joicing over the consummation of a
deal that will bo far-reaching in its
, Influence and of great benefit to that
The news came by telephone from
H,i tho Seven Devils district, and stated
that on that day tho Ladd Metals com
pany had secured a grant of several
acres of land from Thomas G. Jones,
the founder of the town of Landore,
and would begin work immediately on
H't the construction of a large smelting
plant on the ground. The message
I also stated that the Ladd Metals com-
, pany would begin moving to Landore
It immediately all the machinery and
' supplies of the company at Homestead,
Or., where they had. first contemplated
constructing their plant, and that six
H six-horse teams had been on that day
' started to Homestead from Mineral, to
begin the work of removal.
Hj It was also slated that the Ladd Met-
1 als company had secured control of the
Hj ' Blue Jacket. "White Monument, Pea-
H cock and Helena mines, owned by the
American Mining company, which they
will operate in connection with their
J smelting plant.
i These mines arc among the best dc-
j I "velopcd in the Seven Devils district,
and have produced thousands upon
thousands of tons of high-grade cop
B 1 per ore. The company will begin Im-
1 mediate arrangements for working
these mines, and begin talcing out ore
for the zmcjier.
It Is well known that the Ladd Met
Q's company people who own and are
'I operating the mines at Mineral in this
1 county, have been endeavoring for
( some time past to secure control of
',' some of the best claims of the district,
j( and that they have at last succeeded In
their efforts Is no surprise, but a source
1 of gratification to every one in this
B, j section. Messrs. Adams and Stayncr,
J( tto the managing directors of the
company, accompanied by several
HL Welser people, are now at Landore.
having left this city for that place last
i week, and are now looking after the
arrangements in progress.
H J The Ladd Metals company Is com-
H j posed of wealthy Portland and New
H j York people, and Is amply able to car-
H ' ry out any plans it may contemplate
il in it.s mining operations. That it will
H conduct operations on a large scale
H I 1 there Is no doubt, and It need be no
surprise to our people if they should
fli' ftlso hear In the near future that it has
H , also secured the Boston and Seven
Devils smelter, located a few miles
li above this city,-rind operated' it In con-
V necllon with Its plant in the Seven
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LESSEE GETS BIG
RETURNS ON SHIPMENT
For a little less than twenty-four
tons of ore from the Chloride Point of
Lion hill, says the Mercur Miner,
George St. Clair, who Is operntlng It
under lease, yesterday received a check
for $2104. the controls on which the
settlement was made showing 3095
ounces silver, S.o per cent lead and
52.20 in gold per ton. Of the mine. Mr.
St. Clair, to whose touch It has never
failed to respond, notwithstanding the
Indifference with which it treated tho
company, says the condition was never
as encouraging as it Is at this time.
Having followed the streak ot high
grade ore In a ledge that varies from
two to five feet In width for 1500 feet,
It is now going down to depths at
which It should make volume, and in
a short time he expects to have demon
strated it. In addition to the high
grade ore with which he is coming to
market. Mr. St. Clair is taking out a
considerable tonnage of second-class
that will ultimately be reduced to a
commercial product In the mill.
At the Northern Light a small force
Is now employed, with a little high
grade ore coming dally to the surface,
while work Is progressing steadily on
the Buekhorn group and Ophlr Queen,
with much to Indicate Important
changes In a short time.
There Is considerable gossip in camp
concerning the causes that led to the
shut down of-the Ophlr Hill mines and
mills, but as a neighbor Mr. St. Clair
declines to discuss It.
WATER IN WESTERN
MINES AND PUMPING
The following Interesting figures on
pumping are taken from the Mining
The amount of water raised per ton
in the "West varies materially. At
Leadvllle over thirty tons of water are
raised per ton of ore. At Butte about
twenty tons of water to the ton of ore
are pumped. Cripple Creek at one
time pumped forty tons of water to
the ton of ore mined, although since
the completion of the El Paso drain
tunnel this amount has very;inaterlally
decrcused. Cripple Creek Is not what
may be considered a very wet camp,
although some two or three years ago
the mines on Raven hill, like the Doctor-Jackpot
and the Elkton, had an
enormous flow of water to handle. But
the tonnage of ore mined Is so mate
rially smaller than the tonnage of
Leadvillo or Butte that, naturally, the
proportion of water pumped to the ore
mined Is very much greater than In
Butte or Leadville. Still there can be
no question that Leadvllle pumps at
least twice the amount of water that
Cripple Creek pumps. It has been es
timated that It costs about $1,000,000 a
year to pump water In Leadvllle. or
about C to 7 per cent of the gross out
put. Vrhe cost of pumping depends
very materially on the character of the
machinery used for pumping, ns well
as tho care exercised in the operation
of the plant. A common estimate for
ordinary mining purposes with a fair
equipment of machinery Is 10 cents per
1000 gallons raised 1000 feet, or per
1,000,000 gallons raised one foot. A
modern triple expansion condensing
pumping engine will do this work for
about G cents. With sinking pumps
the cost would probably be 30 cents,
but may be easily raised to 75 cents
with careless handling.
The following quotations were recorded
on Tonopah stocks at tho San Francisco
and Tonopah mining exchange Friday:
Morning Brunswick, 200 at lGc. dOro at
ICe; Esncranza, 1000 at lc; COO at 1c; GOO at
lc; Evelyn, 200 at 80c; MaeNamara, 1000 at
-15c; 100 at lie; 1000 at -lie; CO at -13c; GOO at
17c, buyer ninety days; COO at -Ho; Mon-tana-Tonopah.
100 at J2.05; 100 at 52.05: 100
at 52.07; 100 at 52.07; E00" at 52.07; Res
cue, 1000 at Sc; Belmont. 500 at C7c: Gold
Mountain. 1000 at 13c; Midway, 500 at 40c;
100 at 40c; 1( at 41c; 1000 at 43c, buyer
sixty days; 10G0 at 40c. buyer ten clays.
Afternoon Evelyn, 300 at 31c; MaeNa
mara. 500 at ICc; 500 at 45c; 100 at 4Ce; 100 at
4Cc; 100 at 46c; 100 at 4Ce; 1G00 at 46c; COO at
J5c; 500 at 40c; 500 at 4Cc, buyer thrco dayB;
1000 at 40c; 1000 at 4Sc. buyer sixty davs.
500 at 4Cc; 300 at 45c: Montana-Tonopah, 1(0
at $2.07; 100 at 52.10. seller live days; 100
at 52.10, Holler five days; Rny & O'Brien,
1000 at Cc; 1000 at 6c; Rescue, 500 at 8c;
Belmont, 100 at 65c; 600 at C6c. buyor live
(?avs; 100 at COe; 100 at 6t5c: 100 at 6Cc; 100
at CCc; Midway. 500 at 40c; 500 at 42c, buyer
thlrtv days; 500 at 40c; 500 at 11c. buyer
tc-n days; 500 at 40c; 1000 at 40c; 500 at 40c,
buyer five days.
&77 7 a2& AMERICAN
S1.00 to S3.00 U(J' ILS'
Royal Bread is pure, every loaf bears
our label with tho crown. At all gro
cers and first-class restaurants.
mm n mm
COLORS AT BEAVER
Blue-Green Malachite and Gray
Copper Pound in the Odd Fel
BLUE-GREEN malachite and gray
copper are among tho attractions
of mining In the north end of the
Beaver Lake district, according
to advices received by Judge Thco
doslus Botkln from Oscar Potter and
S. S. Martin, who are prospecting on
the Odd Fellow property in this dis
trict. Attention has been diverted from
this part of Beaver county by the dis
coveries In the neighborhood of Mllford,
but, with the Majestic find becoming
an old story, the prospectors are giv
ing more of their time to the neglected
Favorable Indications were first dis
covered on the Odd Fellow a year ago.
While trenching the prospectors un
covered the apex of a copper vein not
more than three feet below the sur
face Other enterprises distanced their
attention for a time, and then cold
weather came on nnd prospecting wns
prevented by the snow. Old miners
who drifted by the property sneered at
the showing and declared that the
ground wns good only for the raising of
Lust month Messrs. Potter and Mar
tin outfitted themselves and returned to
the scone of their former labors. Ojn
sinking a shaft ten feet they found
every Indication of a Assure vein twelve
Inches thick. The vein matter was a
blue-green malachite which carried,
according to the assays, f5.4 per cent
copper and J4.SC in gold. In the mean
time a streak of gray copper came In
on either side of the malachite. A few
days ago the miners ran out of powder
nnd were obliged to knock off work un
til they could replenish their supply;
but they are confident that the com
ing summer will see something doing
In that section.
The Galena and Success groups in the
same neighborhood as the Odd Fellow,
have demonstrated the existence of
mineral in good quantities, but their
owners are handicapped by the lack of
funds for development.
Advices from Melbourne plate that the
Victorian gold yield for the four months
ending April 30 amounted to 251.179 ounces,
being an Increase of 10.0S1 ounces over tho
corresponding period of 1W3.
Tho output of the mines of India for
the month of April amounted to GO.OO
ounces, a decrease of 1125 ounces ns com
pared with the preceding month, and an
Increase of 223S ounces as compared with
April. 10O3. The output for the four
months ending April 30 amounted to 200,
flS2, which Is a substantial Increase over
tho corresponding period of the past four
Tho total gold output of companies
making returns to the Rhodcslan Cham
ber of Mines at Bulawayo during tho
month of April amounted to 17.862 ounces,
of which Matabeleland rroduced 14.su
ounces and Mashonaland 3051 ounces. The
total production represents an Increase
of 106 ounces, aa compared with the prev
ious month nnd a decrease of 2SG5 ounces
as compared with the corresponding pe
riod of 1M3.
Tho total production of the Transvaal
gold mines for the month of March
amounted to 30S.242 ounces. Of this the
Rand mines produced 209.625 ounces. The
number of mines making returns were as
follows: Rand, 56. with 4G5S stamps; Bar
berton, 3. with 105 stamps; Leydsdorp, 1.
with 20 stamps; Lydenburg. 2, with P5
stamps; a total of 02 mines nnd 195S
J. D. Hawkins of the United States Re
duction and Refining company, who has
been visiting Frank Jackllng of the Utah
Copper company and other friends In Salt
Lake, left yesterday for his home In Den
ver. James II. Marriott of Osceola. Nov., a
well-known miner of that State. Is stop
ping at the Cullen and transacting some
business In Salt Lake.
When they travel, go one route, re
turning another, In order to see all
the country. You '.an do this on your
Eastern trip by asking for your tick
ets at least one way Colorado Midland.
Costs no more. Through standard and
NUDE IN ART STARTLES
STAID BOSTON CITIZENS
BOSTON, June 13. Staid and modest
Boston has Just discovered to Its hor
ror that In the Boston Museum of
Fine Arts, an Institution for the up
lifting of the. intellect and the artlnic
tastes of the community, art study
classes in life actually draw in mixed
classes from the nude model.
Both male and female often po,se on
the same platform, side by side.
The horror of It has Just dawned upon
the Puritanical mind of Dame. Boston.
Within a week mass, meetings of wom
en's clubs, reform organizations and
open forums aro expected to thrash out
the subject until protests by the mile
are poured in upon the directors nnd
trustees of the Institution.
Drawing of the nude by mixed classes
obtains. It seems, In no city west of
Paris, and the art museum has not pa
raded the fact before the public.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return $42.50
To Chicago and return 47.50
To SU Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to St. Louis without change. Choice of
routes. See any D. & R. G. agent.
ELKS' OFFICIAL ROUTE.
Provo and Return Sl.OO.
S. P., L. A, & S. L. R. R. will sell
tickets June 11, 15, 16 and 17, with final
limit June 19, for the ELKS' CARNI
VAL AND STREET FAIR. "Meet me
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotte Lyngbcrg arid Miss Carrie Lea
ker. Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown,
now at 417 to 421 Constitution build
ing; 'phone 2093-X.
SAPHO'S SIX CLAIMS
AT ELY, NEVADA
Tho following exhaustive description of
the Sapho group at Ely, New. Is furnished
by the Whlto Pine News:
The Snpho company owns a group of
six claims, comprising about 110 acres, lo
cated In tho very heart of tho great min
eral belt of Robinson district. In this
county, being one of the most promising
propositions In close proximity to Ely, nnd
the further development of which will go
far to make a substantial gain for this
town, as tho dlstnnce from Ely to the
'mines Is a little less than two miles.
The principal claim at tho group. In
point of development. Is the Sapho. There
la a line showlriK of sold on tl9 group,
but attention hnx boon directed to tho de
velopment of a copper mine, na tho fuel
has been demonstrated nil through that
district that the ore bodies producing gold
at or near the surface, change to copprjr
benrlng zoncfl as dopth proceeds, uud the
exploitation .of tho Sapho. m far, would
seem to bear out this opinion and con
clusion eo forcibly demonstrated In the
Considerable prospecting has been done
In the development of tho Sapho group,
and the work so far accomplished has
boon of a most gratifying nature, ami
minora! has boon disclosed In every tun
nel and prospect hole, no matter how
On the Sapho claim the Weber shaft, at
n depth of thirty-six feot, with pnly the
wall of the vein exposed, showed a three
fool body of ore that assayed 22 per cent
copper, with a fool of mineral alongside
that averages 16 ounces In silver and 512
In gold. Ono hundred and twenty feet
east la tho Crlpps shaft. In which at a
depth of twenly-flvo feet was found a
two-foot ore body that, In a large vein of
mineral, by lire tests, discloses average
values of 7 per cent In copper to tho ton,
tho footwall of the porphyry showing en
couraging values Jn gold. One hundred
feel east of tho Crlpps shaft a 10-foot
prospect hole showed a fool of ore of the
same character and value. Two hundred
feet northwest of tho Crlpps shaft a 15
foot cut also hIiows a foot of the same
kind and quality of ore, the Indications In
all of these workings being that with
grenter depth the ore bodies will prove
their continuity with greater strength In
size 'ind value.
On tho Uneoda claim, at a point 300 feet
east of the Crlpps shaft, shallow work
ings have disclosed about a foot of oro,
which In character and value compare
well with the ore zone showing In tho
On the Bob Tall claim a working tunnel
Is now In a distance of over 250 feet, and
this will be the chief workings of the mine
ns It Is lower down than tho other open
ings on the group, the Intention being to
continue Us courso until It has cut under
and opened up tho bodies of pay copper
ore showing on tho surface, and partially
developed by the Weber and Crlpps shafts.
It is behoved that an extension of 40") feet
moro In this tunnel will tap those oro
bodies and plnco the mine on a productlvo
and paying basis, at tho samo time giv
ing a lnrge area of good sloping ground
to the surf nee.
Shorn of Its stratus of quartzlle, occur
rences of audaslte. trachyte, slate and
shale, wnlch geologists claim for this sec
tion, the general formation of this por
tion of Robinson district Is lime, and tho
vein Is a contact between lime and por
phyry, the quartz cropplngs being strong
and well defined and heavily mineralized.
The strike of tho vein Is northwest and
southeast, with a dip to tho southwest.
The ore occurrences aro generally on tho
footwall side of the lode, and the vein
grows larger, stionger and rlche j vlth
depth. From all Indications the '.'.pho
vein is the samo upon which the Glroux.
Now York and Nevada. McKlnley and
White Pine mines are located, and these
great properties extend along this won
derful mineralized zone In an almost di
rect line. At a point about 200 feet from
the mouth of the Bob Tall tunnel a cross
cut' will be run to the north throush a
strata or wall of marble to develop n large
body of copper oro believed to exist In
that direction. This will be done for the
reason that In the Jupiter claim, on the
McKlnley group, a deposit of this marbln
was lound to bo In the nature of a horse,
strata or wall, behind which a mammoth
body of line concentrating copper oro was
found and opened up. Physical conditions
In the Bob Tall are so nearly Identical
with those encountered In tho Jupiter, and
tho formations aro so nearly alike, with
the same occurrence of marble showing
In the latter, that ll Is the opinion of ex
perts of note that In tho Bob Tall tunnel,
by cutting through (he marble, a line bodv
of the red metal will also be disclosed. "
The claims comprising tho Sapho group
arc. the Sapho, Uneeda, Bob Tall, Occi
dont, Rellanco and Loo Loo.
Despite the Itnocks that White Pino
county has received, such Indications c's
shown by this group will win Us way out
and capital will bo Induced to come In to
open up sueh oro producers. Col. P. c
Weber Is working a force of men on tin
properties, and Is enthusiastic over Iht
prospects Ihus far shown by the work al
ready done, and with a few more deter
mined men llko Col. Weber to push th.-
mining Industry along, It can only ho a
short time before our little town will be
putting on metropolitan airs, and Whlto
Pin? county will ho the objective point for
all who seek Investments In legitimate
BUENOS AYRES. June 12. Qulntana
Elu . has been elected President of the
Republic. Flguaro Alcorta has been
ftoreG-oodTea Ji I
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Nervous Debility, Mental and PhysU
cal Weakness and Neyves
And will forfeit IW) wr any caso taken
undor his treatmefx trhteh he falls to
.All classes of prlvat diseases cured and
all old, lingering diseases, which vitiate
tho blood and Impair tho system, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Liver and
kidney comnlalnt cured All classes of
fits cured. Tuneworm removed with head
or no pay. Offlco hours, 10 to 3 S0 and 7 to
X s. m.
Please send for a list of Questions to
Dr. C. W. Hlgglns, Salt Lako City, Utah.
'M1i'illvy,!'-i,irf if igalil-yje'i.at'.vjiMgTSBB
"The Best of the Good Ones."
TJREIi 6RO WN '
Made in Salt Lake by
HEWLETT BROS. CO.
j Going' FishingW
j We dn esday ?
I If you are, you'll want some of our Good Fishing Tackl K li
the kind all experienced anglers use. Plenty here, so cverU!
I body enn use the "good kind" this season. BH
I EVERYTHING IN SPORTING GOODS. Sf
j The Salt Lake HardwareCo!
EVERYTHING 42-44.11 'K J
V IN HARDWARE. WEST 2Njj $ "l I
"we treat and cure vsHl
CATARKH Dcafncw Noo and Throat L SSPSSm 1
Troubleo, Eyo aud Ear UUeasci. UronchUl fjj nMfjMraU w:
and Lunu Trouble. Astbran. Stomach. Ut- jaga
ernod Kldnor DUchsuj. Bloddor Troublon. 1 irtTHM Kill
Fcrualo ComnlalnW. Ohronlo Dlfcaios of JWffQ VII
Womon ond Children, Heart Dloento, Ner- . SJrmji' KIT
.qui Wxuiiai, Cboroa, (Su Vitus' Dance), U-i 9 W f l
nictat. Bpltiol Trobl, Skin Dltn.-wes, 7V. rjf, OT.-
Solatlca and Hbonraallsm, Dleoatos ot the iW?0c JJHl m'h j
BowoU, Piles. Flitula and RccUl TroubloB, ihnTffrf Kllci
Goitre (or bg nock). Blood Dlneasci, Tapo -v l2j43KjTO lni
Worm. Hay fQTor' Hysteria. Bpilopjy, In- O'T; &ff? C"
omnia, ovo., and all Norrons. I'rlvata and iTafmtvt hS'iff'
Ohronlo DUoaaes. Consultation Free. V ,
In all prlrato diseases ol men. to how our M
Qood faith and skill, wo are alwai willing to r jff3.;,
Dn. a j. anoints. wait lor cur lee until a euro is otlected. Dn. o. w. nnoau, ,Mv,
lrr-: weak MENLbrr"Of
thorough. .Not ono -or treatment iT: "A?" Jw 1
nadT ea.apa an Bo called "WcaUn?" In men 1. merely '
bolue dlscbareod at a symptom of ohronlo Inflammation In fal f ". "a""- It fEti
wed. nnd wSSro In u,?prosuiio Bland, brouSht on by early i'j'jgwffcjr WT
lois t mo than tho or- dissipation or by tho Improper treat- Jb S "uLi S'J? HL,
dlnary forms of treat- mont of soma contractor dlseaio. A 0TCTwse Ik
manl roqulre. oomploto aud radlc.il cure Is therefore. P'oycd. IMP.
B question of restoring tbo prostato - I IL
glund to Us normal state, and this -no . I
- ,,, , a ni accomplish promptly and completely Sperma torrhoa. 1 WF.
Specific Blood Poison. without tbo ueo of Internal remedies. Gonorrhoea fiTchr wt
vn dnncorous minerals Onr treatment Is a local one ontlroly. lis. Stricture, Plfet I Sd:
To drtw The virus to H 1 ordinal and solentlflo and ha. , OBt Manhood. HyS. g&
the Interior bav harm- been proven abf-olutoly effoctlrp by Urocele, Seminal I
less boo 1-eleanMDK thousands .f tests. We are conduced AVeaknws, etci.Vr, tWT
S remedies, that roinoro that by no other raothods can full and Bj80 ftmong thi dJU
ho last poisonous permanent restoration of strength and bcvism procure t5 Kj
taint. rigor be accomplished. stuy caxel. R
HOME CURES BY MAIL. &
w mik a soccia'.ty of curlwr patients by mall. We havo cured thonsandj fc hjn I Bfc
n n.ver econ " personally If yon are afflicted find cannot oall. -rrrlte ns for advlw andfrtw Vuy Kr,
wm Wanks and e Kill (tladly wUUe you retarding your caw. freo of charge. j
I OOlcolIouri. 0 c m. to 6 p.m.; ETenlnRi, 7 to 8; Sundays and Holidays, 10 a.m. M a I Eh
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, gcffcll;
.I i i i in i i i i in i jjuij i . i . """argj Kgj
1 JUNE TSME I
! LAGOON TSME. j
j mm trip j
, t 25 Cents, jj
( J". BERGERSIAN, Lessee.
r$ J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt.
OFFICE OF THE CONSTRUCTING
Quartermaster, 512 Dooly building, Salt
Ijiko Cltv, Utah. May 24. 1501. Sealed pro
posals In triplicate will be received here
until 11 a. m., stmdard time, June 11, 1S0I,
and llien opened, for wall lockers for two
double Infantry barracks, now under con
struction at Fort Douglas, Utah. The
bidders will state In their bids the time in
which they will complete their work. Full
Information and blank forma of proposals
furnished on application to this office.
Plans and specifications may bo seen here.
United States reserves the right to accept
or reject any or all proposal's, or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing proposals
to bo Indorsed "Proposals for Wall Lock
ers."' and addressed to Captain Saml V.
Ham, Quartcrmaslor. w24l
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
!UST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
All Grocers and Druggists.
l&l Mrs. A. B, 'Murry',' D. O. 65
gftjj Treat Successfully
(ftSj All Diseases.
SM sc,3 -4uerbach Building. g2j
BCT Office Tel. 1120-Y Rea, isftg.z. Sfl
TO DEATH. I
While- trying to rescue them, as well u1
other valuable property, without any &
surniicc to cover the los3. will maks III'
most careless man a prey to remorse oeJ
regrets. Bo on the safo side and Insure li
time. The HOME of UTAH Is a g
solid company, the premiums are low, at;
wo will draw your policy at a low cost j
HOME FIRE INSURANCE
CO. OF UTAH, :
26 SO. JIAIN ST. -
Idootor cook cUREMEsrs!
I Prostatic Troubles Nervous Debility
I permnr.'ntly cured, no mat- VbI Cures quick and radical In !,
K tor how long standing tho f? Tj 20 to 60 days, by my own n- t
I dlscnse. In from 5 to 20 days. Ik'' 9 mous method. a
I Stricture W g g Varicocele
cured in 16 days, without US Completely and peraanent-
; cutting, pain, drugs or de- -rA.fl lv cured bv my new pro-
. tentlon from business. V JfflfiM cJe33, all disagreeable symp-
1 Wasting Weakness toms "oon disappear wn-
A N.- Jta plotely and forever: U u C
Time ot curt. 10 to 60 yjjV 'I,?N3tf?TV safe palnluss and bloook-M- li
days, by my original, very AX yjiW An abaoluto cura guAxai fc:
; simple remedy (used exclu- 7$fitK teed. 't1
i slvely by me). . KjivYJ mini
S o i r, 1 j)S7SwJwfS B ood Poison t
Private Diseases M5Wh Even- vestige of !
d cuted In S to 10 days, with- &xw Jffi removed from system with- (
out the uuo of poisonous yA oll oi mercury or pot- 5
' drugs. S3n j
Lonsultatlon Is free and invited, and In consulting mo you may bo sure tht ;
nothing that science can devise or skill perfect has been left undone to afford i
I you a speedy, safe and permanent cure g?
i WRITE me in full confidence, explaining your troubles as they appear ta H
J you, and receive by rtturn mnll my ho nest and candid opinion of your taife.
I eooKMEDneflL eo.f Kv1
t. Hall's Cough Remedy Is n specific
I for It. Why let the little ones
5 fer when they can be relleeu . . mi
I easily? For sale by all druggl-"3-
9 At Wholesale by Nelden-Judson Mi
j 3rug Co., Suit Lake,' Utah.
been offoreJ. cnt nost-poW npwn PK" M
only on receipt of this adv. Co..rro.
Miulo by iti oriKinators C; 1. V22r-ii M Ml
priutora Hood's Sursapitrillo, Lowell, a jii