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fl 6 THE -SALT liAKE TjRIBUKE: WlDY TXOOTS-, J'TJXY G, 194. H
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I News of Mine, of"' Prospect, of Frna"e'''"a'ii'd o'FlilL'
I OLD MAMMOTH
Will Make a $20,000 Distribution
Among- Its Shareholders
on July 15.
I S FORESHADOWED, the Mnm
A moth of Tintla1 will make Its re
J appearance In' the dividend col
umn on July 15, after an absence
of three years, when a distribution of 5
cents a share, or ?20.000, will be made.
"With this in his "cachemeres," the
shareholder who was present at tho
launching: of the company will have
participated in' dividends aggregating
?1,S60,000, and yet at a depth of 2000
feet In his company's estate Its re
sources continue to respond. The last
dividend passed around by the Mam
moth was on July 12, 1901, and while
it has been producing almost steadily
since that date. Its scrap with a neigh
bor, the exploration of new "territory
and its fight for a market better than
was possible under contract with the
smelter, has encroached upon Its earn
ings to an extent that dividends for
three years were impracticable. The
last annual report of the management,
Indeed, disclosed nn overdraft. Since
that time, however, new ore bodies have
been uncovered In new territory,
wealth In steady volume has been
1'oured upon the "open market." and
tlie financial condition of the company
today Is a most gratifying one, with
everything to Indicate regular divi
dends In future. Upon the splendid
transformation Manager Samuel "Maln
tvre and his staff are to bo congratu
lated, and this fact was recognized at
yesterday's meeting of the board of
directors. The transfer books on the
dividend will doe Saturday.
I BLACK DIAMOND'S
The shareholders of tho Black Dia
mond of Stockton met In annual ses
sion yesterday, listened to the reading
of statements on the financial condi
tion of the company, and the physical
condition of Its properties, and elect
ing a board of directors, adjourned. The
new board consists of Daniel Storms,
Secretary of State of Indiana; "William
E. "Beach, treasurer of Tippecanoe
county, Indiana; "W. C. Alexander, Jo
seph Dederlchs and A. J. Dettles of
this city. In the selection of officers
Mr. Storms WIH no doubt be mode pres
ident. Mr. Dederlchs vice-president and
manager and Mr. Alexander secretary
The report on the mine Indicates the
presence of a large amount of milling
ore with characteristic percentages of
firrt-class in the upper or original work
ings, alid to determine this for eco
nomical extraction, a level will be ex
tended from the 400-foot 'station on
the Incline to intercept three Independ
ent ore-bearing channels. This nccom-"""-.
pllshed, active extraction will begin.
Over results that have been nchieved
at the mine by David Lemmon, who
has served the company as Its super
intendent from the first, the officials
who visited the mine on Monday were
moPt enthusiastic, and congratulations
were most freely bestowed on him.
I HE SAW GOLDFIELD
IN ALL ITS GLORY
As enthusiastic as any mining man
who has visited Goldficld, New, was
John "W. Langley, who returned from
camp yesterday morning. He reports
no fewer than seven mines now produc
ing ore of excellent quality, the best
evidence of the class of ore that at
the January, wHIch has now been pro
ductive of over 520,000, all this slnce"
February 20 last. The management
there Is Just now opening up the 200
foot level, nnd will begin raising the
milling ore .which must be at the sur
face before the' expiration of the lease.
At the Combination Mr, Langley re
port? the metallic contents of the sul
phides better than the free milling rock.
On the Jumbo, he says, twelves leases
arc now In operation, eight of which
are In ore, some of which is of most
sensational duality. He also reports
Important rtrlkes at Dlamondfield, con
spicuous among them those in the Daisy
With the behavior of the Anaconda
Tonopah, fifteen miles from Tonopah,
and which Is being develqped by him
and his associates, Mr, Langley Is very
much pleased. While the main ore
body has not been encountered, some
ore running well up In sliver and lead
Is being hoisted.
I THE DALY-WEST'S
The Daly West of Park City will
make Its regular distribution of 40
cents' a share, or $72,000. on July 15,
among those of record July 9. This
was ordered- at a meeting of the di
rectors yesterday afternoon. It was
also ordered at the xame session that
the transfer books be kept open con
tinuously for the accommodation of
those who desire to make prompt de
livery in the name of their clients.
L nder the former practice, those trans
fers wore held up for five days, al
though Assistant Secretary Mountney
has always been indulgent to the limit
HE SAW MINES IN
Judge W. A. Sherman, who has' been
conducting an examination of mining
properties In the Indian Territory, Is
back at home and in a few days will
have decided the fate of the propogl-
tion. Concerning its whereabouts, or
.iiiy particulars whatever relating to it,
lie Judge pleaded yesterday that it
oiild be Imprudent to say anything at
'Ms .time. He did sec great stretches
of corn in Kansac nnd fields of cotton
In tho Territory, and a year of great
Sundance is promised each-
Sliver was manifestly strengthened
by the long Interval between quota
tions, and when tho market reopened
yesterday ruled at 5SVI cents an ounce.
These figures are the highest at which
the metal has ruled since February 12
last, since which date It has been down
to 54 cents. JUBt what has stimulated
It local authorities do not undertake to
volunteer, more than that the consum
ers are restocking their warehouses and
preparing for the active manufacture
of autumn novelties. The more popular
theory, howevor, Is manipulation the
man who bought at G5 wants his scalp.
Whatever the cause, the advance
means more to. Utah, now foremost
among the producers of the whlto
metal, than to any other State. r
ALTA IS UNDER
THE ELECTRIC LIGHTS
The Inhabitants of Alia are reveling
beneath the ray of the electric llghi,
tho miner over the presence of elec
trlcal energy, privileges for which they
are Indebted to the Columbus Con. Mi
ning company, although not a few will
take off their hats to Tony Jacobson,
the founder and general manager of
that splendid undertaking.
It was on the night of tho Fourth
that the power began to gush from tho
electric motor, the lights to twinkle for
the first time in a camp that Is among
the oldest and that has heen among
tho most productive In the Slate, Tho
achievement is perhaps the most Im
portant in the chronology of Alta, for
with electrical energy Its equipment
compares favorably with any In the
Wei'L The big compressor from which
the power drills will derive their en
ergy went Into operation yesterday and
the drills will begin to gnaw their way
Into the rocks today.
To accept the plant were President
Tony Jacobson and Arthur E. Snow,
secretary of tho Columbus Con., whllo
accompanying therrf was Manager
Cargo of the Westlrighouse company
and James J. Burke, the contractor.
That receivers; "come high" to what
ever responsibility they may bo as
assigned, is known, perhaps, to every
person who ever had occasion to call
In one, but that Receiver Tanner, who
was made custodian of the Majestic
company's mines and smelters down at
Mllford some time ago should exact
$1000 a month for his services has fallen
among those now seeking to adjust the
company's affairs and to extricate it
from the courts, with the violence of a
thunderbolt It Is said to have con
vulsed W. B. Mucklow, who came West
as the special emissary of the minority
In the Majestic by which $100,000 was
subscribed, while Frank Knox, who has
been designated as the trustee or dis
bursing agent, confessed that lie had
been staggered and he has, as a banker,
had some experience with receivers, too.
As trustee, saly Mr. Knox, yesterday, he
will recommend that receiver's claim
be resisted. In his opinion It Is ridicu
Senator Tanner, who Is In the south,
feels no doubt that a receiver's com
pensation should bo determined largely
by the value of assets over which he
has been exercising a stewardship and
has rendered his bill accordingly.
The arrival of claims against the
company held about Mllford Is expect
ed today, when the active disbursement
of the fund now in the hands of Trus
tee Knox will follow.
GEORGE GUNN ON
Not only Is Goldfield out of Tonopah
a most phenomenal camp, said George
Gunn, field representative of the Amer
ican Smelting & Refining company, on
his return from there yesterday, but
It presents many of the possibilities of
a Cripple Creek, and In another year
should become one of the greatest
sources of gold the country has ever
known. It Is already demonstrated to
!hls satisfaction that the January and
Combination are mines, making money
for their owners as well as the lessees,
while values In the Jumbo are nothing
less than astounding some of the ore
worth over $1000 per sack. Mr. Gunn,
who rarely enthuses, confessed, that on
his visit "to Goldfield, sentiment had
been forced to relax.
Mining Locations Filed.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, July C Tho following mi
ning locations were filed for record this
morning: The May Day Nps. 1 and 2.
The properties are in the Silver Lake
mining district and join the Silver
King mining group In American Fork
canyon. The locator Is John Armstrong.
A DAY'S SETTLEMENTS
IN ORE AND BULLION
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to $7G,700,
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow; American bullion, $34,700;
gold bullion, $5500; gold, sliver, lead and
copper ores. $36,500.
In the metal market silver ruled, at
58V4 cents an ounce, lead at $3.50QM.20
per lOOpounds, and casting copper at
11 cents a pound.
r; -i.ee to sa.Gu rv
G. B. & J. H. Whltecar, pattern-makers.
Mine and smelter work a specialty.
Prices reasonable, 247 Read St. 'Phone
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DAY ON 'CHANGE
X A LIFELESS ONE
The mining exchnngo reopened to
business yesterday morning, after an
interval of three days, and closed its
sessions on tho transfer of 10,700 shares,
for which $1316.13 was paid. The day's
trading was provoklngly featureless,
unless that quality was to be derU'ed
from Mammoth, which sold up to $1.21,
whllo for a lot of 500 Con. Mercur the
buyer was required to shell out 2G
cents. Lower Mammoth showed soma
activity under comparison, as did Star
Con., which brought 13 cents on a re
port that the new board of directors
proposed to devise means by which Its
TIntIc properties shall be systematical
ly developed. Nnlldrlver, In which
some ore of line commercial quality Is
occurring at Intervals, released a small
lot to a bid of 25 cents, while Silver
Shield sold at 5 cents. The heavy
weights were lifeless, the day closing
on the following market:
I A. M. H P. M.
I Bid. 'Asked. Bid. Askcd.
Ajax $ .0G $ .11 I? .05 $ .10
Alice 20 15
Bui-Bock . .. 1.00 1.50 1.00
But-Lib ... .00 .12 .10-Ji .12
Carlsa WVJ .07 .05
Century ... .65 57
Creole CO 50 I
Con Mercur. .21 .25 .2G!4
Daly 2.23 2.70 . 2.45 . 2.S0
Daly-Judgo . -1.25 4.10 -1:75
Daly West .. 23.00 23.50 23.00 23.02'
E & B B DO .75 ,50
G Central ... 4.10 4.23 4.00 4.50
H Silver .... 1.00 1.C0 1.00
Ingot 00v4 00
Llttlo Bell .. .10 1.00
Little Chief 03 .00 .00
L Mammoth. .lGVi .17 .1GU .1S"
La Relno OGVi .05fe .00
Mont-Ton . . 2.40 2.50 2.40 2.50
Mammoth .. 1.10 1.20 1.15 1.22
May Day .. .01 .01 .01 .01
Mar Wash 00 5-16
McNamara .. .40
New York .. .01 .024 .01 .03
Ontario .. .. 3.00 4.50 3.00 4.50
Pcto (G .10 .05 .10
Rocco-H .50 ........ .60
Sunshine 03 03
Swansea ... .35 .60 .35 .50
S Swansea .. .01 .07 .01 .07
Sacramento . .11 .13 13
Silver King.. 50.00 19.00 55.00
Star Con UYi .11 .13 .11
S Shield .... .05 05
Tonopah . .. S.00 S.00 9.00
Totro .32W .35 .31 .35
U States .... 21.23 22.25 21.25
IT S Con 1G .17 .15
Utah 43 . 50 62
Victoria .. .. 1.00 1.10 1.10
Wabash Uj .01
Yankee- C ... .31 ,3I .32 .33
Carlsa, 5C0 at 6Vic; COO at Gc
Lower Mammoth, COO at 1714c
Mammoth, 100 at $L2l; 2(0 at $1.20.
New York. 100 at 2M,c; 1500 at 2c.
Wabash, 500 at 2c; 600 at 2c.
Shares sold. 5300.
Selling value, $5S5.13.
Lower Mammoth, 200 at 17c.
Nalldrlvcr. 200 at 25c.
Star Consolidated. 1000 at llc; 1000 at
1 c: 1000 at 12c. buyer thirty days.
Shares sold. 3 ICO.
Selling value, $110.
Con. Mercur, 500 at 2Gc.
Silver Shield, 500 at 5c.
Star Con.. 1000 at 13c.
Shares sold, 2000.
Selling value, ?2S5.
New York Mining Stocks. "
Adams Con J .20 Alice $ .20
Erceco 10 Ontario 3.00
Bruns Con 10 Ophlr 2.90
Cornstock Tun... .07 Phoenix 20
C Cal & Va 1.05 Potoso 17
Horn Silver 1.45 Savagu 25
Iron Silver 1.50 Sierra Nevada.. .31
Lcadvllle Con ... .02 Small Hopos 15
Llttlo Chief .(5 Standard 2.10
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure $1.25 Alloucz W.G2
Amalgam 50.12 Mohawk 10.75 "
Amcr Zinc 9.50 Mont C & C... 3.75
Atlantic 7-25 Old Domln ....12.25
Bingham 24.00 Osceola G1.00
Calumet fe Hecla. Parrot 25.00
$455ff4G0.00 Qulncy 82.00
Centennial ....0.62 Shannon G.25
Coppor Range. 43. 25 Tamarack 91.00
Daly West ....23.50 Trinity I8.S7
Domln Coal ..13.00 U S Mining ... 21. G2"
Franklin 7.25 U S Oil 10.00 "
Grancy 3.00 Utah 37.02Vi
Islo Royalo .... S.CO Victoria 2.S7
Mass Mining... 33.75 Winona 7.CK)'
Michigan 2.75 Wolverine .. ..73.23
Boston Coppers Hold Their Own.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, July 5. Tho copper share
market is holding Its own as far as
strength Is concerned: trading today was
confined to a few stocks, but theso showed
decided strength. Utah Is the feature,
being In good demand almost from the
start, with llttlo stock offering for sale.
Other shares, while Inactive, displayed a
fair demand, although fosv sales were
made. Commission houses aro accumu
lating buying orders, which gives the
market a good undertono. Tho closing
was strong. Hornblowcr & WccIcb, brok
ers, 53 State street, Boston, and 10 Wall
street, Nov York, furnish tho following
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamate . 435 ?r0.25 $50.12 $50.12
Bingham 24.23 24.00
Daly West ... 105 23.75
Mercur , .27 .25
Utah 4.722 37.S7 30.25 37.50
United States, 350 21.75 21,G2 21.02
Curb Boston, $5.C0$j5.G2.
"Western Ore Shippers' Agency.
1G3 Main Bt. P. O. box 457. Phone 2000.
GAPT. DE LA MAR
IN NEW CAMP
His Expert Representative Make3 a
Thorough Examination at
THAT the field representative of
Cnpt. De La Mar has Invaded
Mountain City, Nov., and that a
deal Is being made In his interest
for the Nelson mines and mill, was
verified yesterday on the arrival of S
G. Watson, a prominent Nevada mining
engineer from the new camp. Indeed,
tho visitor participated with M. J. Hel
ler, the Captain's Held man, In the ex
amination of tho group on which an
option has been running for some- time
In favor of Russell, Podder & Co. of
Pittsburg. The result of the examina
tion, said Mr. Weston yesterday, was
a most favorable one, the average de
rived from samples taken from a
stretch of 120 feet along the Blrlke of
tho ledge approximating $200 per ton In
gold and sliver. This was alongl tho
tunnel level and at a vertical depth of
400 feet beneath tho surface. Mr. Rus
sell, representing the option, has gone
East to negotiate with Capt. Do La
Mar, tho amount on -which .the deal has
thus far progressed Is a considerable
Coming out from camp "Mr. Weston
was passed by Morris M. Johnson, the
representative of Samuel Newhouse,
and E. II. Mead, tho latter the first of
the Salt Lake contingent to cmbraco
the offerings held out by tho new camp.
Meanwhile John Poole, representing
David Moffat of Colorado, has taken
hold of tho Kunz group In the same lo
cality and promises vigorous work
while others are on the gTound and
sparring for a foothold. For a young
ster, the camp has not a few oelebrltleu
dancing attendance upon It.
THE BINGHAM CON.'S
A special dispatch to the News Bu
reau of New York says:
""Bingham Con. stock has recently
been a strong feature of tho local mar
ket, although Its price 1h still cons!d
erably lower than the high mark for
tho last two years. The present strength,
of the irtock Is awrlbed to the fa
vorable reports which the home office
has been receiving from the mines.
The company has floated an Issue of
$1,000,000 bonds, and has paid off Its
floating debt, created in buying certain
new properties. The net earnings are
understood to be large, and the com
pany Is now In a position to apply them,
with the exception of the annual In
terest charge on these bonds, to divi
dends on the stock. It Is said In wellr
Informed circles here that Bingham
stockholders are likely to recolve their
first dividend early In 1005. At Its pres
ent rate of earnings the company Is
said to be showing $2 a share for Its
stock, and the showing Is being bet
tered right along."
THE LINCOLN MINES
IN PEARL DISTRICT
In a lengthy review of Pearl district,
Idaho, tho Engineering and Mining Jour
Tho Lincoln mine Is tho farthest west
of any in tho district. It Is controlled by
David Kennedy of Kingston, N. Y. ; J. T.
Hodson and J. II. Stalltngs of Salt Loko
City, Utah, the last named being superin
tendent. An Incline shaft is down 350
foot on tho vein. From the 100-foot sta
tion a 300-foot drift runs east; and from
the 200-foot a drift Is driven east over
1000 feet In oro without reaching tho east
ern limit of tho oro shoot. Drifting from
tho 300-foot station has begun. A steam
holBt is used, but tho mill Js operated by
electric power, transmitted from tho Pay
otto river. Tho mill has a crushor, rolls
and a Chilean mill, with amalgamating
plates following It. The matoriol passing
over tho plates Is concentrated. Tho ca
pacity Is about 150 tons uor twenty-four
hours. Experiments with cyanide arc be
ing made, tho Idea being to cyanldo the
Ed Hoffman, the experienced superin
tendent of tho Silver Shield of Bingham,
was In from camp during tho day.
Goorgo B. Norman, superintendent of
the CarlHa of Tlntlc, Is in town conferring
with tho management.
Two lots of lease oro from Tlnllc's Carl
sa wore sold on yesterday's market, with
another consignment In transit.
Louis E. Stoddard, president of tho
Bingham and New Haven Mining com
pany, arrived from New Haven yester
day to Inquire Into conditions at tho mines
and also to look Into the Dixie mines and
smelter out of St. Gcorgo that aro con
trolled by his syndicate.
S. G. Weston, who Is In tho city from
Elko, Nov., says that nctlvo development
on the Balt'.moro group out of that camp
will be resumed the present month.
Tonopah Bonanza: A. C. Ellis, Jr., vlcc
prcsldcnt of tho Montana-Tonopah and
lato secretary of tho Tonopah-Salt Lake,
arrived yestorday morning. Mr. EIIIs'h
visit Is mainly to adjust mattors of detail
as to ore, otc, In connection with the
transfer of the Salt Lake property to the
Jim Butler Mining company. He will, of
coursei thoroughly Inspect the famous
While the new $3,000,000 company organ
ized under tho laws of Maine and of
which a Tribune dispatch told yesterday
morning Is to take In, no doubt, tho hold
ings of tho Utah-Apox group at Bingham,
tho local management would not discuss
It during tho day.
Superintendent C. E. Allen of tho United
States company has gone Into tho dig
Tho Star Con's dlrectorn who mot dur
ing the afternoon to consider the report
of tho auditing committee pleaded an ad
journment that there was nothing what
ever to ho released at this time.
Henry Irwin, representing tho Boston
Con interests down at the valley fur
naces, camo up from Bingham Junction
yesterday morning to confer with Presi
Tho Salvator of Tlmlc has posted a $2000
dividend to be paid July 11.
YELLOWSTONE PARK EXCUR
SION July 7,
Via O. S. L. Round trip from Salt
Lake $49.50. This rate covers all nec
essary rail and stage transportation,
and also hotel expenses beyond Monlda
for the scvn-days" tour. Reservations
should be nadc early, as the party la
limited to fifty persons.
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Corner Main and South Tempi Sts.,
Salt Lalco City.
J0SE7H F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. Vlco-Praidont.
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
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The Oldent and Strongest Bank la Utah.
Surplus i ...4,87,00O
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Capital, $1500,000 Surplus, $250,000
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. President. Vice-President.
LL a YOUNG, B. S. HILLS,
T Cashier. Asot. Caahlor.
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ASSESSMENT NO. G.
Old Evergreen Mlnlnsr and Tunnel com
pany. Biff Cottonwood mining dlsitrlct,
Salt Lako county, Utah. Principal place
of business, Salt Luko City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby Riven that at a meet
ing of the board of directors of tho Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
a corporation, held at tho oftlco of tho
company, at Salt Lako City, Utah. Tues
day the 2Sth day of June, 1KH, an ;Lsseaa
mont of 3 cents per sharo was levied upon
tho capital stock of the corporation, pav
ablo Immediately to IT. G. McMillan, sec
retary and treasurer of the company, at
his office, No. 1C1 South Main street. Salt
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which
cald assessment may bo unpaid on tho
SOth day of July, 19tM. will bo delinquent
f,nd advertised for anlo at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will
be sold at my office on tho 22nd day of
August, 1001, nt i2 o'clock noon, to pay
delinquent asncssmcnt. together with tho
cost of advortlslnt? and expense of ealc.
(Seal,) HENRY G M'MTLLAN.
No. 161 South Main Street, Salt Lako
City, Utah, Juno 2S, 1001. xi'SOT
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Tbo heat is closely confined and not disseminated beyond the '.ftfj
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, cleaner, less expensive to opperate and in every way more sat- ;R
isfactory than coal stoves for summer cooking. See the dis- MS1
pla' of new models in our window. - B
U C W. IilGGiS, SV3. D., I
Microscopic and Analytic Physician. 'K
CURES Fits, Nervous Weakness, Neu
ralKla, Varicocele, Weak Spine, Bilious- K
ncss. Gravel, Sore Eyes, Lunp Diseases,
Tape Worm. Dopep3la, Liver and Kid- Wr
ncy Complaint, DcnfncHS. Catarrh, Ery
slpelas, Old Sores, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Vjli
fcilff Joints, Piles In their worst form.eB3
Thoso afflicted with Epilepsy or Fits canft If
bo permanently cured. ' If
By the aid of tho Mlcroscopo wo can do- f
tect Calcut, -Cancerous Matter, Carbonato 4
of Lime, Albumen, and all oxtrnncouB f
substances mixed with the Urine or li
Blood. Thla Is tho scientific principle j
of treating Chronlo Diseases. k,
Can be found at his office, St. Elmo Ho- 3
tel. from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Rooms 17, IS 3
and 19, 7 to 9 p. m.
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS
HALF ITS CURE. I
KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN, KNOW THYSELF.
lF YOU WANT CASH 1
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No matter how largo they are or In ,J
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Wo advortlso because we want your fBa$Vi s f??
claims for collection. Our ability to mako fi0jih&j$A
collections where all others have failed, j&tt?t$.Sf jf
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1 This ad. Is sure to bring many claims to -iiMifMy JX I
our offices for collection, and wo are Just 7& lBKr 1
as sure to collect theso claims and mako s lu
money In commissions thereon. II
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Sclenthlc Collectors of Debts, Publishers of Credit-Records of Delinquent B
Debtors, who can, but refuse to pay their Just debts, and consequently unworthy (1
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i Established 11 years. Representatives everywhere. Offices: Top Floor Com- IH
merclal Block, Salt Lako City. IE
FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. ill
; "Somo Peoplo Don't Like Us." Ah
j DOCTOR COOK CU3EflSB3
J Prostatic Troubles Nervous Debility 1
i pcrm.tr n.ly cared, no mat- J Cures quick and radical In I
tor how long standing tho fSW 20 to 60 days, by my own fa- 1
: disease, In from 0 to 20 days. j-rt mous method. H
I: Stricture M m Varicocele I
fJJfffL ln, J.n d5SiV r111 W 1 Completely and permanent- 1
f",1,1 ' fi?' u?"i5?0P ? ZWM Jv by my new pro- 1
f tention from business. iWSI bb; all disagreeable oymp- I
Wasting Weakness . 'o3, won disappear it n
& at pletely and forover; It Is J
Time of oure. 10 to GO jiS. E3n?k safe, painless and bloodless. 1
I days, by my original, very -ffA .VhisBta An absoluto euro guaraav m
I simple remedy (used exclu- f&aflbJ HRir&J teed. I
r sivcly by me). . 1 WwffSSS'KfSfiXy di i n . I
i o n - iMffTxSOT Blood Poison 1
k Private Diseases oixscwft" . 1
! . ... . ... i 1 XWl&gpi- Every vestige of polsoa I
cuicd In b to 10 days, with- "v vSS'd?' removed from system with- 1
out tho uso of poisonous SJV out aid of mercury or pot-
f, orugs. ash. I
t Consultation Is free and Invited, and In consulting mo voii may be suro that II'
f, nothing that science can devlso or skill perfect has been left undone to afford I;
g you a speedy, safo and permanent cure. SI,
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