Newspaper Page Text
Hi 0 , The Sa-jtIiAKE Tribute: Fbjday mokntptg-, July i, 1904. I.,-
WM1 : - - . .
I jijQt T Prospec of Fiiroace'"aod oI'Miir
Hj Settlements for Ore and Bullion
for Juno Amounted to
HE mining statistician will find llt
Hjjj 4 tie to gloat over In the record of
J production for the month of June.
Hf 190-1. While It is a magnificent
f sum and would be hailed with delight
Hf by many a Western State It is not up to
Hf the mark set by Utah, and wc will do
f better. The aggregate values of gold,
sliver, copper and lead wrested, from the
hills In. thirty days is S1.7S0.200. In the
preceedlng month, with thirty-one days,
1 tho value of the total output was 52,-
j Yesterday contributed only $75,S00 to
this total. It Is reported as follows by
f WcCornlck & Co.: American "bullion,
$29,100: gold, silver, lead and copper
H' ores, 4,700.
In the metal market yesterday silver
ruled at 5604 cents per ounce; casting
: copper at 11 cent? per pound and lead
at $3.50$-1.20 per liundred pounds.
The dividends declared by Utah mines
during the past month were as follows:
Sliver Klnc $100,000
Daly West 72,000
Annie Laurie 12.S00.
Grand Central 25,000
H, Tctro 3,000
s Salvator 2,600
WM Century 3,000
j Utah 1.000
WANTS MINING CONTRACT
TO BE DECLARED VOID
I Alvlras 13. Snow filed suit in the Dls-
r trict court yesterday against the Mor--
j rlson Mining company to "havo a certain
j contract declared void and to enjoin
the company from collecting an a&ess--
1 ment on the capital stock. The plaln-
F tiff alleges that the officers of the com-
: , puny, with the exception of the presi
dent, George Morgan, entered Into an
agreement with W. H. Child, former
secretary of the company, who' 19 made
I a defendant in the action, to purchase
a number of claims ndjolning the prop
erty of the company in Nevada. The
Hfj price to be paid for the claims was
Hti $12,500. and 29.-IS3 shares of stock in the
I Morrison company.
The plaintiff alleges that the agree
ment was fraudulent and that by, Its
terms assessments were to be levied on
the capital stock and that the amount
of the assessments on the stock of the
i officers and directors, except that of
George Morgan, and oher principal
n stockholders was to be credited on the
notes? of W. H. Child without tho pay-
5 ment of any money from the tockhold-
I ers to the company or to Child, while
I the- holders of the balance of the stock
t were to be required to pay the amount
1 of the assessment on their stock' to the
P company In cash. One assessment of
1 cent per share it Is? alleged was lev-
K led and collected in this manner. On
I May 12, 1901. Snow alleges another as-
E sessment was levied by the company.
I The plaintiff nsks that the officers and
I directors be enjoined from further pro-
hG ccedlng with the collection of the as-
sessrnent and that the sale by Child to
the company of tne several mining
Hj claims be set aside.
IBR0WN & JANNEY HAVE
LEASED THE MERCUR MINE
Hj George Dcrn, manager of the Con.
1 Mercur, will go to Mercur today to take
up his residence for the summer. In
addition to the management of the
mine, he will have direct charge- of the
Golden Gate mill. This new responsi
bility is occasioned by the retirement
of the superintendent, Arthur H.
Brown, who with "W. T. Janney has
taken a lease- on the old Mercur mill.
Messrs. Brown and Janney will Imme
diately begin the treatment of the tail
ings of the old mill which arc- considered
an inviting proposition from the stand
point of the up-to-date metallurgist.
Each ton of tailings contains, on an
average, about $2 in gold and, having
the material already at hand without
any expense for mining, a small but
steady profit may be realized..
The mill has been out of commission
for the past year, but can be placed In
operation without much expense or de
lay. President John Dern of the Con. Mer
cur left yesterday to attend the annual
meeting of the company at Jersey City
on July C and C.
I HIGH-GRADE GOLD ORE
IN THE LITTLE BUCK
"While most of the gold ore in the vi
cinity of Fay, New, Is of low grade and
suitable only for concentration, the Lit
tle Buck, adjoining the Snowfiake, can
produce plenty of samples of quart?,
apsaylng. into the- thousands, and tons
of rock Avhich can be profitably shipped
to the smelters without the intervention
' of cyanide or amalgam. The workings
have attained a depth of seventy-five
foot, but the drift run at that level la
on a twelve-inch vein of crystal quartz
In which the yellow metal can be plain
ly seen with the naked eye. This vein
will average from ?r,00 to ?700 a ton.
I In view of the showing made on tho
Little "Buck it Is not surprising that the
claimants of the Snowllake should bo
willing to spend thousands in attorneys'
fees and court costs to gain possesfon
of the property.
FORMER SALT LAKER
THRIVING AT KLONDIKE
H An article In the Yukon World, pub-
H llalied at Dawson, Alaska, Juno 11, con-
H vcys Information which will be of ln-
H terest to many persons in Salt Lake who
H know John T. Bechtol as one of the pro-
H piietors of the Walker Houue bar years
H ago, Mr.I3cchtol seems to have become
H prominent-in Alaskan mining circles, and
his return to Snlt Lake, which mny take
place this summer, will be awaited with
impatlcuco by his friends. The World
"John Bechtol yesterday received a
wlro from his son Charles, who has been
In Koyukuk for tin past thrco years,
which would Indicate that tho reported
big finds on Hog river nre but little
more than a fake. Young Bechtol has
prospected that section most assiduously
in tho past three years, and should bo In
a position to know as much aa any man
who has ever visited that portion of tho
"The wlro was received from Nulato
which Ik the station at th mouth of the
Koyukuk, and It Is assumed that he
came down the river In a mall boat, com
municating with his father at tho llrat
opportunity. The wire follows:
" 'Nothing- flop: river. Received letter
March stating you fished me to ko to
Tannna. Wire at once Don't want to
lose time. Written particulars
"Mr. Bechtol was considerably cha
grined at his fon' not h:vlnc made a
lucky strike In the Koyukuk. after spend
ing so much lime In that region, but Is
convinced thn boy did the best he could
and if there had been anything where he
was he would have found it. Regarding
the Tanana. he advised his eon to do as
he pleased about It, wiring him with char
" 'Tanana looks good to me. Use vour
own judgment.' "
ANOTHER NEVADA GOLD
DISCOVERY NEAR FAY
Apparently there Is no ground In
Nevada which- does - not carry some
kind of mineral In paying quantities.
The latest district to be made known
to the world Is called Klondike and Is
located four miles southwest from the
Horseshoe at Fay. It has long been
famous for the rich float found on the
surface. Boulders which fairly glis
tened with free gold have been -picked
up from time to time and prospectors
have made large sums by gathering
shipments together and sending them
to the smelters, but the parent vein
remained concealed and It is only In
the last few weeks that gold-bearing
rock has been found in a true fissure.
The man to whom the honor of tho
discovery is due Is John Wright. Af
ter considerable prospecting he has
succeeded in opening a lead in place
which is seven feet wide and carries
values in free gold of from S7 to $10.
While these values appear small com
pared with the richness of the float,
Mr. Wright has made a beginning and,
even with $10 ore thevfind can be turn
ed to good account. The country Is
well timbered and affords plenty of
water to run a mill,
New3 of the find has been scattered
about Lincoln county, but the trou
bles of the Horseshoe have had a de-
pressing effect on the country and on
ly a few prospectors have gone In af
ter new ground
UTAH'S COPPER OUTPUT
FOR MONTH OF JUNE
Complete returns could not be secured
yesterday on the output of copper matte
from tho valley smelters, but the esti
mated figures are slightly below those
for May. The difference can be partial
ly explained by the two days' suspen
sion at the Highland Boy when the new
furnaces were being connected up. Tho
estimated figures in pounds, including
-of course a liberal sweetening of sil
ver and gold with the unrefined copper,
are 1.035.CC3 as against -1.32C.000 for May.
During the month the Utah Con., for
merly the Highland Boy, has Increased
Us capacity nearly one third by the ad
dition of new roasters and furnaces and
this argues well for the coming months
of the year. The estimated figures in
pounds are as follows:
United States 975,000
Bingham Con 996,012
Utah Con 1.12C.C21
0R5 IN THE BLUE
Some of the. best news that has come
from Beaver county in a long time was
brought in yesterday by Supt. George
Teasdale of the Blue Jay Extension.
At the Intersection of an east and west
and north and south vein a big body
of silver-lead ore has been encounter
ed. Mr. Teasdale cut Into it for three
feet and then, finding no signs of a
wall, grabbed a few samples and hur
ried to SUlt Lake to rep'ort the find to '
the officers of the company.
The samples fully bear out the state
ments of the superintendent. Assays
were taken yesterday which Indicated
the presence of 148 ounces in sliver, 10
per cent lead, 3 per cent copper and $1
in gold. The strike was made in cr.oss
cuttlng .west at the depth of .100 feet.
The ore Is believed to be a whale, ns
the surface croppings point to a lead
at least 20 feet in thickness. Such veins
are by no means uncommon In Beaver
county and the Blue Jay Extension
stockholders havo every reason to bo
Quiet In Boston.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, Mass., June 20. Tho Httlo
lifo that was seen In the Boston market
In the afternoon yesterday wns not to
bo found this morning. Prices, although
uulet. wcro by no means weak; but, on
the contrary, a very good demand was
to bo seen for copper shares. Commis
sion houaes appear to havo plenty of buy
ing orders under the market, and traders
aro still active whenever they sec an
opportunity to trade. The feeling con
tinues good, and many opinions aro ex
pressed that the preaent market condi
tions will continue for somo tlrno. Horn
blower St AVeeks, brokers, 53 State atreot,
Boston, and 10 Wall street. New York,
furnldh'tho following quotations:
Sales. High, Low. Close.
Amalgamated ....200 $30.00 ?49.S714 tSO.OO
Bingham 30 2-1. C ,21 .CO 24.62AA
Daly West 105 24.00 23.50 21.00
Mercur 100 .20
Utah ICO 26.G2&
United States ....420 21.87 21.G2. 21.75
Curb Boston, to 376.50. n
rcr2'0 tD 54,00
Ci.Ot to Sa.vtf '-.
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford. Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern,
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angelus, B. F.
Gardn?r, Z0o Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Antor House.
OMAHA Tho Millard, Tho Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR. Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters' Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard, Raleigh.
TO SUBSCRIBERS LEAVING
TOWN FOR THE SUMMER
Let TIIF1 TRIBUNE follow you. It will
be like a letter from homo every day. All
j on have to" do Is to notify tho business
offlco of your address by mail or through
telephone 350. Uncle Sam will do the rest.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
Notify The Tribune if You Miss Your
If for any causo THE TRIBUNE Is not
delivered regularly to subscribers please
call up Telephone 300 and notify tho City
Circulator. Your complaint will recelvo
A standing reward of Ten Dollars (10.00)
Is offered for the arrest nnd conviction of
anyone caught stealing THE TRIBUNE.
JUNE BUSINESS ON
THE MINING EXCHANGE
During the month of Juno tho Salt Lako
Mining Exchange handled 3S3.10G shares of
stock, for which the sum of $117,3St.S0 was
paid. On yesterday, tho last day of the
month, tho transactions aggregated 15,200
sharo, calling for $2570.02 In ca3h.
Grand Central was the first to got no
tion yesterday morning. One hundred
shares were knocked down at ?4.45, and
another hundred to be dellveied In thirty
dayB sold at $J.42Vi Lower Mammoth
camo next with two 500 sales and 174 tho
closing price. Thon Mammoth, Star Con..
Unclo Sam. New York and Victor did
their usual stunts, with Century, some
thing of an outsider, butting In with a
200-share salo at 00 cents. Century ap
peared again in tho afternoon, but was a
half cent shy of the morning quotation
on a 10-share sale.
Daly West stood at J23.S0. and 0 shares
were sold. Thero wore some more deal
ing In Star Con. without any marked va
riation In price Ono block of New York,
WOO shares, sold on the open board for
2 cents psr share. Tho list follows:
1 A. M P. M.
Bid. lAsked.H Bid. Asked
AJax $ .00 $ .10 I $ .05 $
Alice 20 .70 . 20
Boston Con.. 5.50 6.12 ' 5.50 0 00
Bulllon-B ... 1.00 1.50 l.CO 1.50
Butlor-Lib .. .121.4 .12, .12 .12
Carlsa 06 .0G?4 .06 Mi
Century GO .61 CO
Con Mercur.. .23 , 25Vi .22 .25V1
Daly 2.25 2.25
Daly-Judgo . 4.45 4.G5 4.50 5.00
Dalv West .. 23.12 23.55
Eagle & B B .50 .52 .75
Grand Ccn 4.30 4.40 4.S5
Golconda 00 .05 .01 .05
Horn Silver.. 1.05 l.CO 1.50
Ingot 01 00
Butler-Ton S5 S2
Joe Bowers ,. 00
Little Chief.. .00-i .OVA, 01
L Mammoth. .17 ASVe .17V. - .20
La Relne .... 05 05
Mont-Ton ... 2.13 2.50 I 2.42 2.C0
Mammoth ... 1.14 1.16 1.14 1.16
May Day 01ft .02-i .01 ,01'J
Mar Wash .. 3-1G 3-1G OOU
New York... .02 .03T4 -02 .02i
Ontario 2.75 2.75
Rocco-H 50 50
Sunshine 03 01
Swansea 39yt .45 .39'4 .35
S Swansea .. .04 .07 .05 .07
Sacramento . .12?; .13 .12 .13
Silver King.. 50.00 50.00
Star Con 11; .HVi .11 .11
Sliver Shield. .05 .05
Tonopah S.00 8.00 8.75
T-Belmont .. .73 .90
Telro 32 .35 .32
T-Midway ... .57 .70
U S 21.37 22.50 21.27 22.50
Uncle Sam .. .16 .163, -10 -IC-Vi
Utah 47 47 . .50
Victoria 93 1.10 11
A'ictor I .0iy .01l .OlVi .01
Wabash .... .03 L .03 .05
Yankee Con. I .33 ,3I .30 .35
Grand Central. 100 at 51.10; 100 at fl.42,
seller thirty days.
Lower Mammoth. 500 at 17c; 500 at
'Mammoth. 100 nt ?1.18; 100 at $1.16.
Star Conwoliated. 500 at 11c; TM0 at llc.
Uncle Sam Consolidated, COO at 17c.
Century, 200 at 00c.
New York. 100 at 3c
Vlctor, 1000 at lc; 1000 at lc
Unclo Sam Consolidated, 00 at 16c.
seller thirty days.
Shares sold C200. .
Selling value, 31351.37.
Dalv West. 50 at $2350.
Star Con.. 500 at liy.c.
Martha Washington. 2000 at 3-16c.
Centurv. 100 at 59c.
Daly-Judge. 10 at 51.50.
May Day. lCTO at lVc.
New York, GI00 at 2ic
Star Con.. 600 nt HUc.
Shares sold, 0060
Selling value, $1456.25.
San rranclsco Mining Stocks..
SAN FRANCISCO. June 30. The official
.losing quotations for mining stocks to
dnv were as follows-
Andes -!2 Hale & N 04
Belchor 21 Justice 1G
Best & B l-2a Mexican 1.05
Bullion II Occl. C 79
Caledonia Ophir 3.05
Challenge C 13 Overman 22
Chollar 00 Potosl CO
Confidence SO Savage 18
Con. C. & V... 1.10 Sog. Belcher ... .03
C. Imperial 01 Sierra Ncv 33
Crown Point ... .11 Silver Hill 54
Exchequer 26 Union Con 36
Gould & C 21 Yellow J 20
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS. .
Adams Con J .20 Little Chief 05
Alice k'- -25 Ontario 3. CO
Breece 10 Ophir 2.90
Brunswick C. .. .04 Phoenix 21
Comstock T 07 Poloul 16
Con. C. & V.... 1.05 Savage 16
Horn Sliver 1.35 Sierra Nevada .33
Iron Silver 1.75 Small Hopes 10
Leadvllle C 02 Standard 2.00
BOSTON 3IINING STOCKS.
Advenluro ..? 1.00 Mohawk .... 40.00
Alloucz ...... 7,S7 M. C. & C. 3.75
Amal 49.87 Old Dom. .. 12.20
Am. Zinc .... 9--0 Osceola 00.50
Atlantic 7.o Parrot 25.00
Bingham .... 21.50 Qulncy S200
C. & H..453ff455.CO Shannon ... E.25
Centennial 20.00 Tamarack ... 93.00
Copper R, .. 42.50 Trinity 4.75
Daly West .. 23.50 U. S. Mln. . 21.37
Dom. Coal .. 41.00 U. S. Oil . 39.75
Franklin . .. 7.25 Utah 36.37
Grancy 3.00 Victoria ..... 2.75
Isle Royale.. 7.75 Winona 6.2n
Mass. Mln. .. 3.75 Wolvcrlno .. 73.00
Michigan ... 3.75
Western Ore Shippers' Agency.
163 Main et. P. O. box 457. Phone 2000.
MORE POWER OFFERED
TO BINGHAM MINES
The Jordan Narrows electrical power
plant Is about to 'enter the field as a
competitor of the Tellurlde Power Co,
at Bingham. The plant has been
closed down since the water litigation
began two years ago, but now Henry
J. Kennedy Is calling on the managers
of Bingham properties seeking con
tracts. Tt seems that eastern capital
han been interested in the undertaking
and a market Is all that Is needed to
set the enterprise again on Its feet.
The Jordan Narrows plant furnished
Blnghom Canyon with lights, and many
of the big mlnoB with power before It
closed down. The polos aro standing
and the wires Intact, so It ready to re
sume the service whenever the demand
warrants. It Is said that coal will be
used to make up any deficiency in
A. W. M'CUNE COMING
FROM NEW YORK
Announcement is made that A W.
McCune, who returned from Peru
about five weeks ago, Is now headed
west and will arrive from New York
on Tuesday or Wednesday. While
other matters may play a part In call
ing him to Salt Lake, tho most impor
tant matter requiring his attention Is
the Shawmut-Nevada-IIdrseshoe com
plication at Fay, Nov. Ho Is president
and principal stockholder In the Horse
shoe and the property Is now under
liens to secure the debts of the losses.
Just what Mr McCune will do In the
premises remains to be seen, but there
Is little doubt that he will take steps
to pay off the Incumbrance of the mine.
James P. McCarty, a well-known oil
operator, writes that he has ordered a
drilling outfit to be placed on the tract
of ground adjoining the holdings of Guf
fey & Galley at Formlngton There aro
seven ty-sl.x acres In tho tract
L. E. Rlter. Jr., the mining engineer,
camo up yesterday from TIntlc. where ho
Is In charge of the property of tho TIntlc
Tho output of the Century mine for
Juno Is given at 510,5000, maklnp a not
profit for the wtockholders of 51703. Two
Wilfley tables havo been ordered, which
will be added to the equipment of the
W. G. Scott has resigned as superin
tendent of the Contlnenlal-Alta nnd will
be succeeded by Wilbur F. Dubois of Se
attle. Manager C. W. Whitley of the Ameri
can Smelting and Refining company plant
returned yesterday afternoon from a trip
In the course of which ho visited the
Pacific coast ami a number of Nevada
W. C. Alexander, secretary-treasurer of
the Black Diamond company, operating
at Stockton, got In yesterday from Cali
fornia, where he. has been on a two-weeks'
vacation. Ho will go to the m'ne today
to see the progress made In sinking tho
shaft to tho 400-fbot level.
Chemist Walter Chrlstenser. of the Con.
Mercur mine arrived at the Wilson ves
terd.iv with his bride, formerly Miss Fern
WlnUTStccn, whom he married at Fre
mont, Neb. There will be congratulations
when ho reaches hlfl home at Mecur
Dr. J. E. Jennlson of Do La Mar, who
Is mlno physician for the Bambergcr-Do
La Mar company, wns In the city yester
day on his way to the World's fair.
Harry Joseph 1h moving the office of
the Galena company from the sixth to
the fifth floor of the McCornlck block.
A streak of talc hao boon found In
the cross-cut from the wlnr.e of the Silver
Bell at Park City, and Manager Sonnc
decker Is gratified at this evidence of
approach to tho vein for which ho Is
Ho Returns Homo From His Trip
Abroad Much Improved in
N- EW YORK. June 30. Senator W.
A. Clark of Montana wan a pas
senger on the steamship Teutonic
which arrived today from, Liver
pool. Senator Clark went abroad In
April 'for his- health, which he says has
been greatly benefited.
HALF RATE EXCURSIONS
Via D. & R. G., July 2, 3, 4.
The Denver & Rio Grande offers a
rate of one fare for the round trip be
tween any two stations on the line In
Utah on above dates, final limit July 5.
See agents for particulars
Designers of Renown
Are the people who make our summer
shirts. They are out of the beaten path
no two alike.
BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
166 Main St.
FOUBTH OF JULY EXCURSION.
Half rates to all points on SALT
Tickets on sale July 2nd. 3rd and 4th,
limit for return July 6th.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respective
signers Tor further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
lut;e division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah In tho- matter of tho
estate of O R. Young, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of W. J, Harrotte, admin
istrator of the estate of O. R. Young, de
ceased, for conllrm-itlon of thu salo of tho
rollowinp described real estate of said de
cedont, to wit. nn undivided one-half In
terest In and to the "AJax," "Grand
View" and "Jumbo" Iodo mining claims,
In Camp Floyd mining district, Tooele
county, for the sum of J17, and upon the
following, terms, to wit, cash upon con
firmation, as appears from the return of
sale, filed In this court, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 20th day of July,
A. D. 1001, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
county courthouse, In ihe courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of aald court, with the
Bcal thereof affixed, thla 30th day of June,
A. D. IDOL JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Henderson. Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar
retic, Attorneys for Estate. yl9
1st Ick to .
Employees of Senator Ankeny Can-'
not Engage iu Any Outside
PENDLETON, Or.. June 30. The
employees of six banks In Wash
ington and Oregon of which Sen-
ator Ankeny Is president, must
not engage in outside business. The
order is said to be due to C. B. Wade
becoming involved for half a million
dollars on account of an unfortunate In
vestment In mining stocks last year.
C. B. Wade was cashier v of Senator
Ankeny's bank at Pendleton, and failed
last year for half a million dollars.
His failure made him penniless. He Is
said to be In Honolulu.
G. B. and J. H. Whltccar, Pattern
Mine and smelter work a specialty.
Prices reasonable. 247 Reed st. Tel.
"It Happens Every July."
S4 to 12 Off
On Our Entire
Stock of Footwear.
You'll find this the great
est VALUE-GIVING event
that has ever occurred.
238 and 240 Main st 'Phone 695.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Templo Sts.,
Salt Lako City.
JOSEFS F. SMITH. Pnvildent.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlcc-Prenldont.
CHARLES H. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Aaat. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
cotrr.try trado. Correspondences Invl-
J. EL Cosi-ln. Pros. E W Wilson. Caahlor
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noblo. Vlce-Preoldents.
A. H. Peabody, Aao't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO & CO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
The Oldest and Strongest Bank In Utah. ,
c--; , N
Undivided proilts J
Transact a goneral banking business,
domestic and foreign.
Dlrocf connections with banka In all
principal cities or ifto world.
Drafts, On all
Leitera of Crsolt. prominent
Telcgrashlo Transfers. ; Cscicb.
Deposits received eubject to ohock.
H. L. MILLER. Caahlcr.
1L P. CLARK, Acat. Cwhler.
ESTABLISHED 1E41. 1E0 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARQEST.
Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
OEORQE RUST, General Manager,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In Progress bldg., Salt Lako City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID. SJJJvlQO.Oa
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ,
Establlshod 1853. IncorporetcC
Tranoaot a Goneral Banking Business.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT.
J-jESERET NAT'NAL BANS,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Bait Lake City. Utah.
Capital, 500,000 Surplus, ?2B0,000
L. S. KILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
IL S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. Ast. Caahlor.
' Bafe depoBlt boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. a DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX .'Proaldent
JAME8 A. MTSHRAY "Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Caohloi)
CAPITAL PAID IN. JS00.0CO.
Banking In all Ha brnnohoa transactoL
Exchnnco drawn on tho principal cltloa
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
IJoCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, UtaXi
There Is Economy!
In Buylpg Garden Hose Here M
Because at our moderate prices .we giver 3'ou hose that will
I sfand the "wear and tear" of constant service, and last twice
j as long as other kinds which cost just as much. m'i
Lawn mowers and lawn supplies of all kinds. I
salt Lake City, Utah,
i y To n0 Merchants' Protectlvo H
x JtiL V. Asaoclatlon:
h X Afcw Yours of the ICth inat. to hand Hit
vj5VS X "SSn an" contents noted. In obtaining H
? frmit-y 2l settlement of this claim for me
t 'nWZ F, yu nave accomplished -what all ii
j JsY - others have failed to do. This C
r ZZ-) claim ivaa about twelve yeara IE)
-J rty g oldt For four or flve years It was ML'
s in the hands of attorneys for col- 111
J lection, and was returned to me Hlf
vj as worthless. It Is equal to IE)
$ $700.00 found, and I desire to commend you for your perseverance and Wr
success. Yours truly, JOHTN MOUNTEER, Grocer, WW
sj 1026 Second Street. Mf
'k Does nnyone owe you? Do you want It? r K
w Wc will collect It That's our business. Kl
1 Umm sits' Protective Association 1
Bj SCnSNTTFIC COLLECTORS OP BAD DEBTS.
m Francis G. Luke, General Manager. Top floor, Commercial Block, Hi
H Salt Lako City. M
B "SOME PEOPLE DON'T LIKE US." .Hj
i HATA'R'RTT an1 throat Iron- rr"-r-
S$j55SM,V Kldncr and Mvor Diseases. Klsddor Trou- 'Slr ? III
o'itfiTZf-Y' Mv blea.HcartDlicnso.Dlscawsof iheStomnch " Ti.-JSY U
&JF-5?S 'fiS nnd lloTTOla. l'Hos, Klslula and llactnl 1)1- - SLwMhS iV
I &9zaP fl ccs. Kcraulo ComplRlnlo, Cnroulc Dl- fitfc, lSc5lft, m
! 4&S mosm of Women and CMldmn. nidtU, l!tp-V.H It
' frenl spinal Troubloi. Bkm Plsoaias, r)s&rnoB, ' y Pf'J?flll) W
IWHfiV Adtuma. Uronchlal nnd L,unc Troubles, LJL J-l vA'h W
YrJ llhoutnaUsm Hay Fotct. NcuralcU. Uys- '' f W
m""-! "t3 torln. Kyo find Ear Dlw.iMO. liollro (or bljf fc M,
H JVtJ nccit). Varicocele l.osl Manhood, cto., kJ&rtSA sf'x m
k si&A Wood Dlecasca. l'rlrato DImnwci Sorornlo, SV? ' X
2 xC5i' and all Torus of Norvoiin and Cbrdula Dl- fiSfciSy'S1 V53V fK,
KTgT senses, (inat are oaniblo.) "'y5rV'' V
ri our: MOTTOj A Jott foe. quick J&tttfv '
Wlyi curc'n,llda"dPu,nles,'tl'entn,ent vJtrJrrr lL
J&Sl. CoJMullntlon lu pernon or by letter " E
oc. jl. J. sitflHEg. free to aJU f Cull or write. Da. r. sr. siioitcs. ;V
ITfilvrP PTTPVC; TV TVT ATT Wo cl despair leaiao yaj Mr nt a distance from the SI
3 nvrnxi UUroXjO ISX lUiilJj cllyi T,orei- n0TV- yiU:m at UOMK TRKATilEhT? k
fi mi It easy to net oxport vdvlco and treatmout nt Jiomo. T?iolr netr tytuptoci blank corors Ik
( ovcry symptom or dUOosc wlilch onib!e them to diaxoote yoar cas? and toll you vrliai yonr Si
i iroublo U vrbiitcan bo dono for you. uud what tho cost of a core will be. WHITE If you cannot t
1 9 call, for tholr nuw symptom list and take advautnpo of tho KllEi: KiAlt IN ATION. Whether M.
A you lako treatuioul or not, tho advlco costs you uotblck".
j Weak Men Pay When Cured I
j If yon suflor from any of the woaiueie pr Wocnrc tou drat and thon ask a REASON w
ahcatos caused by Itrnomici., exoew or con- Alll.t; VV.K when you aro cured. Voa enn de- lie
i uiulon YOU ARB J'1IE VKUV PERSON WE pond upon our word, thousnuds of patlonts
WANT TO TALK TO. havo Indorsed us, NOW WE WANT TO OURE M
I We havo prorcnonr skill In eurlne CHRONIC TOU w.th tho distinct undorataDdlnp that wo II,
dl:oD by uubllsliiiiR tho many voluntary will not demand a KBE until wo euro you. V,'
Itcitlnioutalb from home pcupic, ulvlut , names, This nppile to Ixnt Manhood. Seminal Weak- 1
pictures nnd addrc.oi. ,.. ncsn. Spermatorrhoea, Varlcocolo. Dlseascn of 9
WE CAN'T I'lillLIS ill . OUR. COltt.8 lnc i.r01lat0 oiacd. Unnatuml Ies. Oon- W
Dccau,o U won.d .VaVcinUdtnce. Hence. rN1'0"' K
we have to provo our sklO In ib!t claw of trou- 1'oiKon, and all WBAKNKSSL3 of men. ton- IT
I bl In another way. Tlilt ; oor plan. p till tall on and adrlce free fC
I Office Hours: V n. tn to 1 p m.s Ercnlnei. k Si Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. to 1J. IE
DRS, SHORES &r SHORES, Expert Specialists, SG2$: I
f I HVss SPECIALIST.
1 CURES Flta. Nervous Weakness. Kou- i
G VJili'J ralgia, Varicocele. Weak Spine, Bilious- 3
( Q iffiWy ness. Gravel, Sore Eyes. Luntr Diseases. 1
V &?7r Tape Worm, Dyapepsla, Liver and Kid- J
r CnlSilfeu rfwV ne' Complaint, Deafnes8, Catarrh, Ery- 5
L viSKK.v. S'xftUR- V slpelas, Old Sores. Scrofula, Rheumatism,
I <iffi3F P Stiff Joints. Piles In their worst form.
! K ?Mfa TV Those aftllctoil with Epilepsy or Flta can
R TffAutliQvNhf J T. ,Jc permanently cured. ;
P RiuVUS(?SjS K. B' tlie aia of tDC Microscope we can do- I
E KPPlv? Q sjv tect Calcut, Cancerous Matter, Carbonate .
P sfYWuL. yMSF fl of Lime. Albumen, and nil extraneous 1
I!J tWfiifHj'rf 9 substances mixed with the Urlno or -
fHWjmMcvrtf Blood. This Is the scientific principle
lWyyft L 1 1 ot trcatlne Chronic Diseases. ,
TlwiL Yrtk U Can be found at his office. St. Elmo Ho- j
WUfoX ' k 7 tel. from 10 a. in. to 4 p. m. Rooms li, 1$ j
ffl&. Qnd 19' 7 10 9 v' m'
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS '
V5 JIALF ITS CURE
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN, KNOW THYSELF
I BSTN DEHTHL PARLORS." B
Finest and Best Equipped Dental Office in the Stato, Having all tho IK
Very Latest Improved Methods. My
v" A ou:a :RULE- IE
yl "N, PERFECT WORK, PAINLESS
i ys vh- V'iJV process, popular prices. iw
: -1n.v sot of Tcoth. ?5.
RJ WrtGold FllllnGn. n up. MC
I SSlSS-i izrfSfi jSllver Fillings, 50c up. iWlL
I ' Lt?riySry Painless Extraction. fOe. tBZ
P 'WWW'V sAlli A11 Work Guaranteed. K
Hours, S to S Sun- IP