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Viv 6 Teee Sait Lake Tribtjke: Wedishesdat Moeotntg Juste 15, 1904.
li News of Mine, of Prospect of Furnace and of Mill
Ii BIG BIO MADE
I . FOR LINCOLN
" Owners of Idaho Mines Reject on
I Offer of Half-Million for
JI'b Their Holdings.
'I wjrAVlIsrG traveled SOOO miles of
'' ji I"! trackage, during-which he touched
. Jjj upon all the larger cities of the
!' East. John T. Ilodson, to whom
'y ji Idaho Is Indebted for the Lincoln mines
and mill, out of Boise City, returned
M home yesterday by way of the bis show
ij ( in St. Louis. To him Its cxhlblty were
I i moat Instructive. Tho mineral exhibit
i by Utah, while not so elaborato aa
) that from Colorado, In which latter tho
' great Campion gold collection la In
cluded, la more Interesting, perhaps. In
that Its concentrator is teaching all the
' multitude how high-grade products are
derived from low-grade ores. Mr. Hod
son, who will depart for his camp In
Pearl district. Idaho, this morning, sayB
of the latest development in the Lin
coln mine that from it Capt. Stalllngs
Is at present sacking ores which show
a valuation of ?G00 a ton, while some
of the rock 13 worth several thousand
I dollars a ton. During his visit In the
East, where a most distinguished set
of gentlemen have Joined him in the
exploitation of the Lincoln mines. Mr.
Hodson says tho company was afforded
an opportunity of turning down an offer
very tempting to tho average mortal,
but there Id more in sight. Among
others whoso courtesies he enjoyed In
New York city wao Treasurer Louns-
berry of tho Ontario of Rark City. In
deed, everything catered to a most
Ii HEADED FOR
I NEVADA FINDS
' Born within a. stone's throw of
1 Mountain City, the Bcene of Nevada's
j latest excitement, and abandoning the
1 region because of his Inability to de
' .. elop ledges ho had looked into as a
'.I boy, Aubrey L. "Wlskcr, since graduat
I ed as a mining engineer, came fj-om his
I home In SL Louis yesterday on his
1 1 way to the old diggings. Mr. Wlsker,
said Edmund H. Mead last night, Is re
entering the old camp as the represen-
, tatlve of the very syndicate In St. Louis
' that turned him down many years ago
j when he told thoso who constituted the
I syndicate that there were great vol
umes of wealth awaiting the miner
' j there. That the convictions of those
early days have been vindicated by the
sensational disclosures of the past few
I months Is a source of much satisfac
tion to Mr. "Wlsker and to dig for a
1 piece of that wealth he Is now on his
' t j John Moyers of Park Valley, who re-
cently investigated the discoveries at
' MountalnCIty and who is quite enthu
siastic over them, will send out two
j. men to prospect the field today. He
1 ji relies on It to become as productive as
, .I any of the younger camps In the State.
tf -RICH ORE CONTINUES
IN GOLDFIELD MINES
I In Its review of the week at Gold-
I field, Nov.. the News of that camp
1 says: As work proceeds on the Jumbo
I 1 the showing Is causing an cver-increas-
I j ing Bensatlon In a camp where it now
requires a phenomenal showing to cre
ate any especial excitement. But the
' showing is phenomenal even in this
1 1 great camp. When a man can take
1 " a piece of talcy-looklng quartz, weigh-
j , ing little over half a pound, and pan
j 53 worth of yellow gold from 11, . as
George H. Lewis did on Tuesday, there
(v Is ample cause for even the most stc-
lid to become excited. Nor is this an
1 exceptional case. Similar or better
j pannlngs are being made every day
; by many vlsltoro to the Jumbo and In
a number of specimens wlro gold shows
up big in the white rock
I , , Everything on the Jumbo claim
i seems to contain goid. Attorney Ver-
mllyea got a big panning from the
j loose dirt 200 feet to tho side of the
1 apex of the ledge. Himself and part
ner, George Bartlett, have taken a
I lease on J.00 feet north of Zinn's lease
and will go after a fortune.
T xKEARNS-KEITH AND j
, J THE SILVER KING!
J I M. J. Daily, assistant- manager ol
j the atchlesa Silver King and Kearns-
Keith mines at Park City, Is In town
j conferring with Senator ICearns, the
general manager. To what is told of
I the King each month in its 5100,000
dividend, Mr. Dally pleaded that he
I could add nothing whatever. At the
' I K-K he is now operating ten -tables,
J! with the concentrates averaging about
i fifteen tons a day, while the develop-
ments underground continue to add to
t ' its resources. The camp generally.
said Mr Dally, is in most prosperous
t condition, and with the improved
, , weather Its activity is steadily increas-
I ing. Ho will return to tho properties
) i for which his intelligent endeavors
1 have done so much the last of tho
! ( I week.
jj ELLSWORTH DAGGETT
H; J GOES TO NEVADA
I i '
( Ellsworth Daggett of Salt Lake City ar-
j rived in Austin Tuesday aftornoon to a-
H ', , sumo tho management of tho Stokes in
tcrcats In Nevada, succeeding Col. S. T.
H 1 j Pcaraon, whoso realgnatlon was tendered
Hj tne company some tlmo ago, and Wcdnca-
H x day Mcsara. Daggett and Pearson pro-
HJ cceded to Berlin, accompanied by M. L.
Hl Ncbeker, Mr. Daggett's private socrotary,
H - says the JRevolllo of Austin. Nov. Tho
new manager a a well-known mining ex-
1 pert of exceptional ability and an agrco-
H 1 Mr. Pcaraon'8 management during tho
. past thrco years has been efficient and sat-
lsfactory and his departure is regretted
J by every employee of tho several com-
Final payment In the sum of 157,600
was made yesterday by the Ohio Cop
per Mining company on Ito acquisitions
at Bingham, this disbursement swelling
tho total of those made by it to an
amount approximating 5300,000. This, of
courc. Includes incidental units, equip
ment; but In return, said A. F. Bottles
of the NcWhouaj staff, tho company has
an asset that is today worth no leas
than half a million. It was upon the
arrival of lion. N. J. Catrow of Ohio,
whose far-seeing sons made It possible
to capture a typical Bingham bonanza,
that the final payment was authorized,
and to inspect the mines and mill he
will leave for camp this morning. At
present the management la reducing an
average of 100 tons of se"cond-class ore
dally to a carload of first-class product
at the old Winnemuck mill, which was
leased soon after the mines changed
hands, To enable them to increase
this, mid Mr. Bettles, the consulting
engineer and metallurgist, the company
will either order tho enlargement of
the present plant or it will install a
new one. Physically tho mines have
Improved as developments have ad
vanced, and, with a plant of Increased
capacity, the piling up of dividends
should begin. Tho undertaking from
the first has been a clean-cut one, and
In the success assured the new owners
mining men generally will rejoice.
In his visit to tho State Mr. Catrow,
who Is prominently Identified with Ohio
banking ilnterests, Is accompanied by
Mrs. Catrow, and their stay will un
doubtedly be made a most pleasant one.
CLAIMS NEAR CALIENTE
Special to The Tribune.
CALIENTE, New, Juno 11. ralmcr and
Foster brought In somo fine samples of
freo gold oro from their claims thrco miles
north of camp. They havoi JcdgcB from
four to eighteen feet wide on the different
claims In their group, and arc confldont
' that they havo a shipping proposition
John S. Rhodes, a Spokane, Wash., min
ing man, and M. D. Drake, his Seattle
partner, passed through camp yesterday,
en route to tho front. They will stop on
at different points along the line and ex
amine properties which have been offered
them, and If they find anything to suit of
sufficient value ami extent to warranttho
organization of a mining corporation will
tako hold of some of theso properties and
Incorporate them at once and placo them
on tho Eastern market
Mr. Rhodes spent flvo months in this
country last fall, and savs that there aro
mountains of mineral along tho San Pe
dro right of way between Mllford and Mo
apa, but that so little development haB
ben done and so slight depths attained
that It Is ImpoBslblo to oven conjecturo
tho feasibility of putting up mills or mak
ing extcnslvo Improvement In this com
paratively virgin field. But. say3 Mr,
Rhodes, "this country looks good to mc.
I never saw such an amount of pay ore
on the surface In any country, and whoro
there Is so much pay float there must bo
ledges somowhere underground that will
give big returns for a little honest devel
opment work. As yet tho surface all
along the line has scarcely been scratched,
as- sTnco tho railroad haa opened up this
country I understand but llttlo careful
prospecting has been done, and most of
the successful properties now taking out
oro have been struck by novices at grass
roots. I am satisfied by surface Indica
tions contacts and general formation, that
there will be somo Immonso low grade
mines opened up all along the line, and
especially near Coliento and Kylb. tho two
most promising crtmps on tho line, but
you will hove to get depth to get values
which will bo permanent and In place."
The Fetorman tunnel Is now In ISO feet
and the ore Is looking better with, every
foot of development.
The new strike on the extcnelon of tho
Blue Bird In this camp Is nhowlng up well
In high grade free gold, and wcrkJa vig
orously pushed along the ledgo and pay
oro taken out with every shot.
Work Is progressing satisfactorily on the
Grand View gold-silver claims twenty
miles south of Callente, and considerable
low-grade ore has been stacked up on tho
DOWN AT NEWH0USE
W. C. Thomas, under whose general
supervision the campaign of equipment
down at Newhouse Is progressing, came
up from camp again yesterday morning
with a good word for every person who
is participating in it, Joseph Dederichs,
the superintendent of construction. In
particular. Work on tho grade be
tween Frisco and Newhouse 1b moving
on all sections, while It has begun on
the railway between tho big mill and
the mines. For the. concentrator and
other equipments the work is progress
ing rapidly on the foundations, while
tho region never, perhaps, was as
prosperous as at present. Mr. Thomas
will depart again In a few hours. j
TO MAKE JOURNEY
THROUGH SAN PEDRO CAMPS
To Inquire into resources along tho
margins of the San Pexlro railway while
treating himself to a vacation, James
Ferguson left on a pilgrimage last
night that will end at Los Angeles.
He will examine a group of prospects
at Good Springs, to which his atten
tion was recently drawn, and In the
event that representations are verified
will Interest himself, a will his friends
In this city.
Boston Market Strong.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass.. Juno U. Local shares
continue strong and active. The strength
is also spreading to copper shares, which
are beginning to show some activity. The
persistent strength of the local Investment
Issues Is creating a much better feeling
throughout the whole list, and a better
market is looked for. Homblower &
Weeks, brokers, C3 State street, Boston,
and 10 Wall street. New York, furnish tho
Sales. High. Uw. Close
Amalgamated ...23C9 549.37 540.23 W.SVA
Bingham ICO 21.CO . n
Daly West CO 21.0 23. BO 24 00
Mercur SCO .28 .27 27
"Utah 757 35.75 .S5.62U, 2575
Uulted States ... ICO 20.00 ' n
Curb Boston, iSXtifl&iZX, ""'
JCT ?2.50 to $4.00
81.00 to 83.00
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DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatos.
LOS ANGELES The Angclus. B. F.
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MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK-Wnldorf-Astoria, Imperi
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OMAHA The Millard, Tha Pox ton
PORTLAND, OR.-Portland HotflL
ST. LOUIS Planters', Southern.
8EATTLE Hotel Northern.
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DAY ON 'CHANGE
WAS DULL ONE
The day on the mining exchange
closed on the sale of 17,500 shares of
stock for $5776.S7, and with the condi
tion generally unchanged. Daly of
Park City, which has been on the re
served section for some time, came
forth toja bid of 52.50. at which figure
700 changed hands, while Grand Cen
tral did some business at $4.70, with
Tetro again in active demand and sell
ing up to 36 cents, buyer sixty days.
Con. Mercur showed some Improvement
and at the close brought 256 cents,
with Sacramento, its neighbor, bring
ing 15. while Star Con. was weak
around the day closing on the fol
I A. M. P. M.
I Bid. Asked.ll Bid. AkedT
A I ax 1$ ,iQ i .iiVs ? .10 .13
Alice go .60 .30
Boston Con., fi.41 5.63 4.50
Bull.-Bfick .. 1.00 1 00 ,
Butler-Lib. . ,12i ,13-i .12A .13',
Carlsa OS .08$ .05 " .03
Century .-. .. .71 .73'a ,7iit .73.
Con. Mercur, .24 .2T.V1 .24,4 .25y.
Daly 2.W 2.70 2.51 2.65 "
Daly-Judge . 4.25 4.65 3.75 4.50
Daly West . 23. W 24.00 23.00 24.00
Dalton 1 .OO'i
E. Sz B. B 50 67&
Grand Cent.. 4.67Vs 4.70 4.55 ' 4.70
Horn Silver . 1.10 ' 1.C0 1.10
Ingot 01 01
Joo Bowers ;0OJi ..1.....
Llttlo Bell ?. .10 .00
Little Chief . .01 .02 .011 .02
L. Mammoth .15 .19' ,16l4
La Relnc ... .05. .03 .00
Montana-T . 2.00 2.13 " 2.05 2.09
Mammoth ... .70 . 90 .80 .00
Manhattan 00 3-16 ...T... .00'
May Day 02 .03 .02W 7
Mar. Wash.. .00 .00 .00V4 .00 7-16
New York .. .01 .Ol
Ontario .. .. 3.75 3.75 v
Pctro UGU .OSVS I .07 .0Si
Rich. -Ana 50 50
Sunshine 02 .01 .02
Swansea 20 .35
S. Swansea.. .03 03 .10
Silver King . 60.00 49.25
Star Cons. .. .11 . .li?, .hjj 1nj
Silver Shield. .0231 .03 .034 .04
Tetro 35 . 85 I .35 .35U
Unlt'd States 19.75 21.00 19.25 22.C0
Undo Sam .. .12 .14 I .mi .14U.
Utah 40 1 .45 .CS"
Victor 01A .(r .0114
Yankee Con Sgit .34' ..35
Con. Mercur, 5CO at 24Vc: 500 at 24c.
Sacramento, 10CO at 14c; 1000 at 14Vic:
COO at 14ic,
Tetro. 100 at 36c. buyer sixty davs; 100 at
25Vic; 500 at 35c; 1500 at 3SV$c; 100 at 35Tc.
buyer sixty days.
Shares sold, GS00.
Selling value, 51408.
Century. 200 at 72c
Con. Mercur. 000 at 21c. seller thirty
days: 1000 at 25Ac
Daly. 700 at $2.50.
Sunshine, 2000 at 1c.
New York. 200 at 4Vlc.
Tetro. 400 at 35c; 1C00 at 35&c, buyer
.thirty days; COO at 35c, buyer sixty days
600 at 5511c. '
Shares sold, 6SC0.
Selling value, $2330.50.
AJax. 1000 at l0c.
Butler-Liberal. 5C0 at 12-c; COO at 12c
Grand Central, 100 at S4.70.
Lower Mammoth. 300 at ISc.
Star Consolidated, 000 at HHc.
Sacramento. 1000 at lCc.
Tetro, 500 at uic. buyer thirty days: 00
Shares sold, 4700.
Selling value. $1243.37.
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 14. The official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day wore as follows:
Alta $ .00 Justice $ ,os
Andes 11 Julia 75
Belcher 24 Mexican 3 "0
B &. B 1.00 Occidental Con. ,73
Bullion 11 Ophlr 3,90
Caledonia 71 Ovorman 23
Chal Con 11 Potosl "n
Chpllar 11 SavaRO ic
Confidence .... .95 Seg Belcher 00
C C & Va 1.25 Sierra Nov 35
Con Imperial .. .01 Silver 11111 45
Crown Point ... .16 Union Con -13
Exchequer 43 Utah Con 15
G & C 2u Yellow Jacket.. .24
H & N 65
NEW YORK. MINING STOCKS.
Adams Con .251 Little Chief .05
Alice 2d Ontario 3.75
Brecco .10, Ophlr 3.95
Brunswick C ... .14 Phoenix w
Comstock T. .00 Pot03l 10
C C & Va 1.20 Savago 16
Horn Silver ... 1,35 Sierra Nov 3-3
Iron Silver .. 1.75 Small Hopes ,. .18
Lcadvlllc Con . .03 Standard 2.00
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ...$ 1,0? Mohawk .. 40.87V.
AIloucz 5.25 Mont C & C. 4.00
Amalgam'd .. 49.75 Old Dom'n . 12, 50
Amer Zinc .. 9.50 Osceola 59.50
Atlantic ... .. 7.50 Parrot 24.6'iA
Bingham . .. 20,37 Qulncy 80.00 "
Cal & Hecla. 455.00 Shannon .. . 6,12
Centennial ... 19.00 Tamarack ... 90.00
Cop Range . 42.12 Trinltv 3.75
Daly West . 23.50 U S Min'g .. 19.87
Dom'n Coal . 63.00 U S Oil.. 9.87
Franklin . .. 7.00 Utah 35.60
Grancy 3.00 Victoria 2.00
Isle Royalo . 7.00 - Winona 5. 60
Mass Mln'g . 3.50 Wolvorlne ... 71.50
Michigan . .. 3.50
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., June 14,-Tho
Supremo court reversed and rjVmandcd the
case of Robert M. Snyder of Kancas City,
Snyder, who Is jl promoter, was convicted
of briber' In St. Louis and sentenced to
five years In the penitentiary. Snyder
pleaded the statute of limitations of thrco
yoara as a resident of Missouri.
UTAH LEADS IN
Can Got tho Permanent Homo of
Mining Congress If Eight
WITH nn organised effort on the
part of its citizens and the ac
tive co-operation assured it from
without. Salt Lake City should at
tho approaching session of the American
Mining congres3 at Portland, Or.,, be
made ito permanent home, said Col.
Thomas Ewlng of California on his ar
rival from the west yesterday morning
to confer with Vice-President TIbbals.
Tho game Is worth any fight that Js
necessary to win it, continued the vis
itor, and, with a delegation of a hun
dred representative citizens or more on
the ground, tho contest should result In
favor of Utah's capital. Certuinly It
has tho advantage geographically, and
the effort put forth by It should secure
the support of every Western State.
Colorado Included. In addition, the pres
tige It must bring to the town, the as
sociation will be required to erect a
building of such magnitude as shall be
required to accommodate Its sessions
each year, and to maintain an open
house all the while. The Colonel may
be relied on for strong support, at all
The session will be a most Interest
ing one In every way, while those who
attend cannot but be Instructed by the
various papers now being prepared and
that will be compiled and presented be
fore the gathering is rapped to order.
Col. Ewlng was among the first to
enter the gold-bearing field out of
Kingman, Ariz., and at which tho Gold
Roads mines and mill have become the
more prominent and the most produc
tive of Its undertakings. Of the propo
sition: the Coh nel. who parted with the
Leland mines in the same locality when
his price was poked at him, speaks in
highest terms. Indeed, the Gold Roads,
from which over $1000 in gold Is coming
dally, is at the head of the column of
gold producers In that locality, and yet
the real extent of Its wealth Is to be
In the support of the mining Industry
none have been more active for a score
of years, and from tho Government he
expects to see it get the concessions to
which it has for so long struggled.
-IN THE EAST
Quiet still prevails in all the metal
markets; buying for the most part Is
on a moderate scale, and while some
reports Indicate that the markets will
be no weaker. tho outlook is not very
bright, says the Engineering and Mi
ning Journal of New York, in its week
ly review. .
Copper is selling in a moderate way
for home consumption, and there Is lit
tle inquiry; the Improvement in the
foreign demand noted last week con
tinues. Sliver remains fairly steady, with
few changes In price.
Lead has ruled quiet, but steady, and
nothing of Interest has transpired. The
closing quotations are given as ?4.20
4 25. New York, $1.121.171.
ON ORE AND BULLION
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to 596,400,
McCornlck &. Co reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, $IS,500;
gold bullion, $3200; gold, silver, lead and
copper ores, $44,700
In the metal market silver ruled at
55 cents an ounce, desilverized lead
at 54.25 per hundred pounds, and cast
ing copper at 11 xcents a pound.
NO TIDINGS FROM
.Nothing to Indicate any change In the
report of the strike in Qulncy ground
south of tho dyke In the Daly West's
dqmaln at Park City had reached Pres
ident J. E. Bamberger last night. The
report was revived on "the street" dur
ing the afternoon, but tho market re
fused to respond to the pit.
The management of the Carlsa of Tin
tic Is waiting ort transportation with
which to get to market with seven car
loads of ore.
Tho Daly West's management will to- I
day pass 'round Its June dividend amount-
Ins to $7 .000, the Century of Park valley
to come forward with $3000.
Joseph Dederichs, superintendent of
construction at Newhouse. camo in from
Duncan J FVew Is back from the dig
gings after an absence of several wfeks.
W, H. Clark has koho to the Trade Dol
lar Extension at Sliver City, Ida.
Manager Lawrence has returned from I
the mines and mill of the Sevier Con., on I
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I More Good Spices i
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a I It Pays to Trade S l
1 Great American Importing Tea Co gj
245 Main St. Salt Lake City.
BzaKzms& 111 1 r 'Vkmm''m
WORLD'S FAIR DAY
Wednesday, June 15
Two round trip tickets and ono Pullman
.sleeper to the World's fair, given away,
also 500 In cosh.
First prize, ono round trip ticket and
Second prize.-one round trip ticket.
Third prize, $20 cash. .
Fourth prize, JIG cash.
Fifth prize, $10 cash,
Each Jlckct entitles tho holder to 10c In
trade, also a chance In the grand draw
ing at 9:30 p, m. Tho drawing will be
conducted by a committee selected from
tho audience; a little girl blindfolded will
draw tho lucky numbers.
I SPECIAL. I
75o per ton off anthraclto coal dur- I
Ing month of June. H
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
66 W". 2nd So. 'Phone 808. 1
Primary, Secondary or lerflnry Blood Poison
Pormanontly Cured. You can be trcntod at homo
nndor samo ffuaronty. Capital esOO.000. Wo solicit
the moat obstinate casos. Wo havo cured tho worst
caios In IS to 35 daya. If yon hare taken morenry,
odldeptJ"h nd still havo aches and pains. Mocua
Patchoi In Mouth. Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Spots. Ulcers on any part of the body, HaIt
or EyobroTTS rnlline ont, write for prooffl ot coroa.
Cook Keisaedly Co
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QUITS THE EAST
A telegram from the East during the
day foretells the arrival of Samuel New
house at Denver on Saturday, his Jour
ney to be continued westward the fol
lowing week. During his absence Mr.
Newhouse's talents have been very
busily occupied, and upon his arrival
definite assurance Is expected that ar
rangements have been llpally made for
whatever equipment the Boston Con.
shall require to enable It to the more
economically reduce Its vast tonnages
that do not go to tho fullness. Dur
ing his absence the management of the
Utah Copper company, one of his neigh
bors, has perfected its demonstration
that its new mill In Bingham canyon
is a success, and, with the data pre
viously acquired by Mr. Bettley. an ex
haustive report awaits Mr. Newhouse.
The site for this plant wllr no doubt be
on the John Evans farm, near the
Highland Boy smelter. Mr. Bettles, who
recently made personal examination and
careful study of the Utah Copper com
pany's mill, is very much pleased with
It, and the Boston Con. plant will prob
ably be constructed along the same gen
eral lines. With these two plants- In
operation, the output of the copper
bearing porphyries at Bingham should,
two years hence, be as productive as
those ores now going through the val
-Cold mountain, and says tho new plant
will go Into commission In a few days
B. C. Meyer, representing the Trout
Creek company In Deep Creek. Ik -In from
camp for a few daya. He reports tho
work progressing steadily.
Another consignment v of copper matto
from the Tampa smelter at Bingham was
delivered at tho valley furnaces yesterday.
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fW by which a11 other Beers
iW are J'udSed'
MW Highest in price, but
leads in sales. 100,402,500
bottles sold in 1903.
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K S'mM-j 4T settlement of this claim for a St
M Bna ' ""yT, yu have accomplished "what m Hid
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I $700.00 found, and I desire to commend you for your perseverance and (Ki
1 success. Yours truly, JOHN MOUN'TEER, Grocer, B
1026 Second Stmt.
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1 the way we sell hose here. Such good thirigs are alwaja soW'mj,
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