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H . 6 " THE SAXT T.aTTTB TBXBTOTE: FRIDAY MQBirPf f, JULY S, 1001,
I , Prcspe o, Mill j
I AND BUHL
ARRIVE IN TOWN
Inspection of Interests nt Stockton
nnd Other Camps by Specinl
Aboard a ipclfll train, with Stockton
as their dordnatlon. left a party of
Rontlpmftn at -1:0 yesterday afternoon,
w hone purre and perfwverance . have
made It poMlblo to reclaim the lonp
submerned woalth of that camp and to
place It among the foremost In a com
monwealth of matchless mining camps.
The personnel ofthe party, to whose
energetic methods all Utah Is glad to
take ofT Its hat, included Mcmmts. Peter
L. Klmberly and Frank Buhl of Sha
ron, Pa.. Mols Dreyfus of Chicago nnd
their resident representatives, Includ
ing WHIard F. Snyder, Walter G. Filer
nnd S. M. Levy, while Grant Snyder,
Ihelr representative at the Balaklala
mines In California, had arrived from
the west Just In time to flag the spe
cial. Today the party will be driven
to the Buckhorn group of mines, over
which, as the owner of a valuable in
terest. It l exercising n general suze
rainty, and, having Inquired Into de
velopments' there. It will apply ltielf,
until Saturday afternoon, to the great
JTonerlne mines and mill, Its long tun
jiel nnd other points of Interest.
Messrs. Klmberly and Buhl, who have
been inspecting the Interests of . the
Twin Falls Land and Water company,
whoro enterprise In Shoshone county,
Idaho, la to bring nearly 300,000 acres
of land under cultivation, came down
from the north yesterday morning,
much pleased with the progress being
made on that undertaking, and before
quitting the State will probably go
south to Klmberly, the home of the
Annie Laurie mines and mill, from
which they are each month deriving a
handrome dividend. There Is a warm
rpot In the heart of the State for them,
and that their reimbursement has bo
gun on ro generous? a scale all mining
men will rejoice.
I SEASON OPENING
. AT AMERICAN FR0K
With the snowdrifts receding and tho
road through American Fork ennyon
gradually reopening, the return of the
prospector to that Ice-chid region will
begin In few days. Tho winter there,
said Manager Copeland of the Taylor
& Brunton sampler yesterday, has been
one of unusual severity, the snowfalls
In March prolonging It to unusual ex
tent. To date there have been no re
ceipts of ore from the region although
not a little work was prosecuted dur
ing the winter and. at some of the
mines, with substantial results. J. "V.
Myers of Murray, who has been Inter
ested In prospects there for Home time,
will make an effort to got to them In
few days, and will make examination
of others for local Investors. Every
thing Indicates Increased activity in
American Fork canyon the present
season, a condition that Is undoubt
edly Justified by Its merlte. The earlier
smelter records show that nt one period
the oamp was as productive as any In
tho State, the" grade of ore much bet
ter than the average.
Over, the tracks of the Copper Belt
railway by which the hills and gulches
at Bingham arc threaded there Is now
being movod dally with the mills and
smelters au Its destination no less than
Ki00 tons of ore and yet the patrons
of the route which has done so much
to simplify .transportation in the camp
of copper are calling for more rolling
Mock, snld Superintendent Van Housen,
who was at the local offlces yesterday.
The principal customeru at this time
are the Boton Con., the Commercial,
the Utah Copper, the Yampa and Ohio,
with miscellaneous others of smaller
stature, while the up-frclght to the
United States . company's properties
and others on the route Is of no mean
proportions. Superintendent Van
Housen has his systems under excel
lent control, and from this time it will
be one of the busiest In the cntlro "West.
I THE HORN SILVER'S
Down at the Horn Silver mines.
Frisco, whose slmreholders drew down
the usual quarterly dividend of $20,000.
on July 1, the management Is extend
ing a number of tho main levola into
rifw ground with most witlsfactory re
sults, and in each direction In ore of
the usual varieties, Shipments, all the
while, continue quite active, the cop
p r ores maintaining a steady average
of 5 per cent in that metal, the argen-UferouH-lead
orcB a good margin. Man
ager Farnmvorth is very much pleaded
with conditions at the property, and ex-'
ports to experience no difficulty in pro
ldlng the means for regular dividends
for many years.
H U. S. BINS TO OPEN
H TO THE LEAD ORES
One; more week and the bins at the
United States smelter in Salt Lake val
1 ley will be ready for the reception of
lead ores, its ore purchasing depart
B mcnt prepared to enter the open mar-
ket'ln competition for the product of
that class. While the lead-blast fur
B nacot will not be prepared to go into
1 commission for eomc time tho competl-
tlon will be no less spirited, tho ven
B der to draw down his moneys as dellv-
cries aro made, the ores to pile up In
H the bin that have been constructed
with a 20.000 ton capacity nnd to await
B the completion of the furnaces.
BEAR GULCH HAS I
A mossage from Montana during the
afternoon said that the big mines and
mill in Bear gulch, thnt State, were
yesterday thrown Into the hands of a
receiver, this" on the order of the Fed
eral court, none other than Miles Fln
len of Butte having been designated to
pervo In that capacity. The properties
In Boar gulch were acquired about two
years ago by the Klmberly syndicate,
with Henry M. Ryan, formerly of this
city, tho poiOfsor of one of tho prin
cipal Interests. A few months ago dis
cord began to Invade the household, and
recently Mr. Ryan took charge of J.ho
properties. The situation continued, ac
cording to advices from Montana, to
grow hourly more acute, until It was
Anally decided to ask for a receiver,
which hao been granted. Mr. Flnlen,
as well and favorably known in Zlon
as he Is in Butte, is a master miner,
has been and Ib identified with some of
the biggest achievements In Montana,
and his appointment will no doubt be
agreeable to all Interests.
A LIFELESS DAY
ON STOCK EXCHANGE
Tho day's trading on tho mining ex
change was confined to 7S25 shares, for
which $1584.90 was paid. At the close
animation was almost suspended, the
market completely overcome. The only
trader during the day to betray any
activity whatever, was Lower Mam
moth, and a small wad from Its shelves
glutted the demand for It at 17 cents.
Con. Mercur recorded a sale of half a
thousand at 23 cents, while Duly-Judge
was phorted at $4.30, with Century
coming out to a bid at 61 cents. Tetro,
notwithstanding Its presence In the
dividend column, was permitted to go
at 3394 cents, and Uncle Sam, whose
surplus continues to crawl up, at lG4c;
while Butler-Liberal flattened out to
11c. The heavy-weights all clung to
their moorings, while the list from To
nopah was lifeless, tho day cjo'slng on
tho following market:
I A. M. P. M.
Bid. IAsked.ll Bid. Anked
AJax $ .05 $ .10 S .03 $ .12
3oston Con . 5.25 6.00 6.37 6.00
Bull.-Beck .. 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.60
Butler-Llb. . .lUTi .10 .11
Carlsa .05 064
Century COM -61 .56 .62
Creole 50 10
Con. Mercur. .22U .24 .22 .25
Daly 2.50 3.00 2.50 2.S5
Daly-Judge . 4.00 4.50 4.33 1.50
Daly West .. 23.00 23.50 23.35 23.50
Eaglo &. B.B. .60 .75 . 50 .75
Galena 05 .OS .05 .03
Gr. Central . 3.W 4.30 3.M 4.40
Horn Sllvor. 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.50
Ingot 00 00
Joo Bowers .00 .00-
J. Butlor-To. .50
Little Chief.. .00 -
L. Mammoth .16 lGtf
La Relno .06 00
Mont.-Ton. . 2.42 2.50 2.42 2.50
Mammoth .. 1.19 1.20 1.19 1.23
May Day .... .Ul 01 .02
M. Wnsh'tonl .00
Now York .. .01 .02 .01 .02
Ontario 3.00 3.00
Rocco-IT 50 50
Sunshlno 06 06
Swansea 40 .45 .40 .45
S. Swansea . .01 .07 .01 .07
Sacramento . .12 .11 14
Silver King.. 50. CO 54.00 50.00 54.00
Star Con ... .11 .13 .11 .13
SI1. Shield... .05; 04 .06
Tonopnh 8.00 8.(0 . 9.00
Ton. Belm't. .70 Co
Ton. Ext 1.00 1.15 1.00 1.15
Ton. Midway 40"
Unit. States.. 21.00 22.00 21.00 22.00
U. S. Con... .16 ,1C .10 .1C
Utah 40 .45
Victoria 95 1.10 .95 1.10
Victor 01V .01
Yankee Con . .33 .34
Lower Mammoth, 500 at 17Uc; 100 nt 17c;
200 at 17c. seller 30 days.
Silver Shield. 500 at 6c.
Uncle -Sam Con., 500 at 16c; 500 at 16Uc.
Shares sold. 2300.
Selling value, $3266.61
Century. 200 at Clc
Son. Mercur, 500 at 23c.
aly-Judgc. 100 at J4.30, seller 15 days.
Lower Mammoth. 10C0 at l"Xc, buyer DO
New York. 2000 at 2ci v
Shares pold. 3SCO.
Selling value. JSS4.50.
Carlsa 200 at 6c
Daly-Judge. 25 at J4.20, sollcr 5 days.
Butler-Liberal, 500 at 11c.
Shares sold, 725.
Selling value. 5175.75.
La Rclnc, 5(0 at 6c
Tetro, 5W at X;c.
Shares sold, 1000.
Selling value, J19S.12.
San Francisco Mining' Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 7. Tho official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
dav were as follows:
Andes $ .12 Justice $ .18
Belcher 19 Mexican .... .. .93
B & B 1.05 Occidental 79
Caledonia 56 Ophlr 2.75
Challengo 11 Overman ' .20
Chollar OS Potosl 03
Confldcnco 80 Savngo 16
CC & Vft 1.10 Sep Blcchcr ... .0?
Con Imperial... .01 Sierra Nev 33
Crown Point .. .13 Silver Hill 61
Exchequer X Union Con 34
G & C .19 Utah Con 15
II & N : 70 Yellow Jacket . .19
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS.
Adams $ .201 Little Chief .05
Allco 2ft Ontario 3.00
Brceco 10 Ophlr 2.60
Brunswick Phoenix 23
Comatock 07 Potosl 16
C C & Va 1.C0 Savago 25
Horn Silver .... 1.44 Sierra Nev 2S
Iron Silver .... 1.50 Small Hopes .. .IS
Leadvillo 01 Standard 2.05
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure 1.25 Mohawk .. ..$41.25
Allouez S.25 Mont C & C 3.73
Amalgamated 50.25 Old Dom 12.50
Am Zinc .... .&C00 OsceOla fl0.75
Atlantic .. ... 7.75 Parrot 24.60
Bingham 23.50 Qulncy S2.CO
C & H .. 1636-463.(0 Shannon 5.62
Centennial ... 25 75 Tamarack .... JO.M
Cop Range.... 43.00 Trinity 4.75
Daly Went ... 23.2S U S Mining... 21.00
Dom Coal .... 42.00 U S Oil ....... 10.12
Franklin .... 7.(0 Utah 36.62
Grancy 3.(0 Victoria .. ... 2.75
Iide Royale .. 7.75 "Winona 7.CO
Mass Mining. 4.01 "Wolverine .... 73.00
Michigan .. .. 3.75
A complete manufacturing plant has
been added to the Pembroke Station
ery Co.'s business, and they are now
ready to moke everything In special
ruled or printed blank books, loose-leaf
ledgers, etc. 54. W. 2nd South. 'Phone
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
CHICAGO Auditorium, Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland, Conies.
LOS ANGELES Tho Angelas. B. F.
Gardner. 305 Spring Street.
MINNEAPOLIS West Hotel.
NEW YORK "Waldorf-Astoria, Imperi
al. Astor House
OMAHA The Millard. The Paxton.
PORTLAND. OR.-Portland Hotel.
ST LOUIS Plan ten'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON WIUnM. Raleigh.
THE BIG TUNNEL
ON THE PAYETTE
A Salt Lake Engineer Tells of the
Most Fascinating Enter
prise in Idaho.
In all Idaho there Is no project more
fascinating nor one which holds out
greater possibilities than that which
has In view the diverting of the waters
of the Payette river at Ox Bend. Boise
county, thnt the bed of that stream
for a stretch of three miles may bo
made to disgorge Its wealth of gold,
said Capt. William M. Davidson,, the
veteran mining engineer, on his return
from the north yesterday. The Pay
etto river has long been recognized as
one of the great gold-bearing troughs
In the State, said the Captain, while
samples taken by him from choice
gravel ave a valuation of $4.50 per
cubic yard. The waters have been very
unruly, however, and the efforts to
handle the sands have been very un
satisfactory. To overcome this It was
decided by an Iowa compnny to drive
a tunnel under the "bend" nnd di
verting the waters and drain the In
tervening stretch. Of this tunnel 600
feet has been completed under the
management of L. A. Coates, the total
length to be 1200 feet, the avenue 10x20
feet In the clear. At the mouth of this
tunnel, through which the waters will
gush, a power plant will be Installed
and electrical energy created for the
needs of the locality.
At Placerville. from which eo much
gold has been mined, four bars are now
being washed, with a steam dredge
and a steam shovel In operation, said
Capt. Davidson, who is now waiting
here on further assignments from his
wealthy Eastern principals.
SAMPLES OF GOLD ORE
Special to The Tribune
CALIENTE, Nov., July 7. Con Riley,
who has been prospecting down the line
for the past llvo months, came through
Callonto today with samples of gold ore
which ho says were taken from the Lost
Cabin claim, ono of the Dcseret group. Ho
struck, a ledge of $23 free go'.d ore In which
tho vein was six Inches wide, In a por
phyry formation, and drifted for thirty
feet, the vein widening to sixteen Inches,
but the values gradually getting lower.
At the face of tho drift at this point he
encountered a horse In tho ledgo and de
cided to prospect on the surface In hopes
of relocating tho lost vein. About 200 feot
from the mouth of the tunnel he found
small cropplngs of high grado oro, and
sank ten feet on a three-foot ledge, which
had a four-inch vein on tho surface; ami
at tho bottom of the shaft It had widened
to sixteen inches and showed consider
able coarse cold In panning.
Riley continued sinking until he had got
down twenty-three fjCet, when, ns tho val
ues seemed to be on the west end of tho
ledgo he ran a drift thirty feet on the
ledgo and took out about ten tons of ore,
which assayed SIS per ton. Ho then de
cided to locate the extension to the Lost
Cabin, and sunk a prospect holo on the
Arizona claim on a six-inch vein of the
same character of oie, which at a depth
of twelve feet widened to eight Inches
and showed values of $62 per ton. Ho then
located an extension to thl3 claim and an
other on tho northeast end of the Lost
Cabin, and from all of these prospects has
struck the samo character of oro In about
the same quantity. Ho is now on his way
to Colorado Springs, where ho will report
the result of his discoveries to Hancy &
Burnett, who have a $6000 option on tho
claims which runs for ono year from
He expects Mr. Burnett to return with
him during this month and make an ex
amination of the properties located, which,
If successful, will result in the further ex
ploitation of jtll these claims.
Norman Burton, a member of the law
firm of Burton. Cronln &. Burton of Phil
adelphia, passed through camp today In
company with Jim Forbls. a prospector
who located the Georgia group of claims
twenty-three miles north of Moapa In
March this year. Tho firm took an op
tion on the six claims Comprising tho
f?roup through Jams & Jarvls or San
Francisco, who grub-staked Forbls in
April lost, and upon a report of an lS-lnch
vein of free gold In the Molly Gibson at
grass roots and lis Increaso to" twenty
thrco Inches at depth of twenty feot in
phaft, assaying $42.50 per ton. they sent
their Junior partner to the acono of the
Forbls claims to have made a subsequent
strike on the Last Chance claim, an ex
tension of tho Molly Gibson, showing al
most continuous cropplngs the length of
the claim, avcragipg fourteon Inches In
width at surface, on which ho sunk a
25-ffot shaft and found pay values In
coarco gold, which ho says pans about $50
Tho samples which he has with him
show tho values In a decomposed whlto
quartz, freely sprinkled with gold In the
honeycomb, very brittle and showing a
llttlo Iron oxidized. He says the ledge
has widened at a depth of twenty-live
feet to sixteen Inches on the foot wall
side, and that a strip of clay on the hang
ing wall carries In It whlto quartz which
pans about $20 to the ton.
The ledge runs northwesterly by south
easterly, nnd lies between quartzlto walls,
dipping northeasterly at an angle of
about 50 degrees, and accms permanent
and well In place. Forbls aye that near
ly everything around him Is taken up and
that locators are finding good valuoa In
most of their workings. There Is a good
wagon road from tho mines to Moapa,
but tho water would have to be plpd In
for nearly ftvo miles if It Is decided to
treat tho ora at the mines.
THE DAY'S CBX)P OF
OEE AND BUILION
In the ore and bullion market the
day's settlements amounted to 159,600.
McCornlck & Co. reporting them as
they follow: American bullion, J29.S00;
gold, sliver. lead and copper ores, $29,
S00. the figures in each item once more
In the metal market silver ruled at
5SV cents an ounce, lead at $3.60ff4.20
per 100 pounds, and casting copper at
111 cnU a pound.
ON ZING PLANT
Upon the $200,000 zinc plant with
which tho zlnc-bearlng ores of the great
Horn Silver mines at Frisco are to be
brought into commercial activity,
work Is progressing ns rapidly us con
ditions will permit. The site for the
plant which is to be reared at a point
near the mammoth dump has been sur
veyed, while under the direction of W.
A. Peck, who left for camp again yes
terday, the survey for the pipe-line be
tween Newhousc at which camp wa
ter will be procured and Frisco, is
now being completed. Brought over
the hill the distance will be three und
a half miles, while If the pipe Is swung
around Its base the distance will be
doubled. The plant will be one of the
most Imposing In the country, accord
ing to the plans, and will have a capa
city of S00 tons of ore dally, the Messrs.
Peck expecting to have it In commis
sion In October. O. B. Peck, who Is
now In lew York, wires that he will
leave for, tho "West at once.
THIRST FOR UTAH'S
IN EASTERN MARKETS
Tne buying of Utah Con. of Utah hos
been and still Is a feature of tho local
market, says the Commercial Bulletin
of Boston. New York is more bullish
on this stock than Is Boston; tha"!. Is,
they talk higher prices for It over there,
and expect it to go to 50. Boston is
more conservative and thlnko If It pays
$2 next winter, or at the rate of $4 a
year, it should sell around 40, And at Its
present llgures It is considered ono of
the best copper Investments on the list.
The Utah Con. began Its dividend-paying
career In 1901, when two dlstiiou
tlons of $1.22 per share each were made.
Then a recess was taken until Jan
uary, 1903, when a dividend of $1.70 per
share was paid. Since then regular
semi-annual distributions of $1.50 per
share have been made. Next year It
need surprise no one to see the com
pany paying at the rate of ?5 per share
per annum, according to Salt Lake ad
vices, although it I Interesting to note
that Salt Lake agrees with Boston that
$40 a share is about the proper price
for Utah at present.
Tho United States Mfnlng company
did the expected thing when the di
rectors met nnd posted the first divi
dend of 60 cents a shar, say9 the same
publication. The company was brought
out in Boston In 1S99 and reorganized
two years later. The fact thai a divi
dend has been declared by the direct
ors, among whom are some of the beet
nnd most conservative business men
of the city, Is assurance thnt the prop
erty is ok., and that the promises made
by Its original promoters have been
Last year Its copper product was
fully 10,000,000 pound?, and its cies
carry such values in gold, silver and
lead that the cost of I-. coppor Is very
low. At present It Is understood to be
earning over $100,000 net per month.
IN THE HANNAEAH
Reporting to Manager Fred Bottles in
this city, Frank B. Work, superintend
ent of the Hannapah Mining company's
properties, eighteen miles east of To
"During June we have extended our
east drift llfty-two feet. The porphyry
Is about the same In hardness, but for
the last four feet we have had ten
inches of good-looking ore showing
quite a sprinkling of"ruby silver stains.
1 consider it the most encouraging
thing wo have struck In the mine, and
It looks like a permanent ore body, with
a chance to be lots larger and richer
when we reach the dyke."
Assay returns on samples of the ore
that were taken to Tonopah have been
delayed, writes the superintendent, but
these are expected hourly nt the local
offices, where there was not a little
cheer over the outlook during the day.
Boston Coppers Quiet.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOSTON, July 7. Copper shares havo
not shown quite so much activity today.
Commission houses havo plenty of orders,
but not at tho present prices. Traders
were Inclined to take profits, manipulation
seems to havo ceased for tho time being
and the market left Itself become- almost
stagnant. Traders aro inclined to follow
the lead of the New York market and sell
those stocks on the appearance of weak
ness there. Tho market closed lrrogular.
Ilornblowor & Weeks, brokers. 63 State
etreot, Boston, and 10 Wall Btreet, Now
York, furnish the .following quotations:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ...22,2-13 $51.12 $51.00 $50.50
Daly West 142 23.50
Mercur BOO .2fi
Bingham 04 24.50 23.02
Utah 2.440 37.12& 30.50 36.75
United States ... 750 21.37 21.25
Curb Boston. $o.Cfj&75.
It Is understood that the management of
tho Yankee Con. of Tlntlc 1b to substitute
tho electric hoist now In operation with
one that will be operated by air.
A letter from W. C. Humphreys of Crow
Springs. Nev., to W. M. Wantland of this
city, says much free gold la occurring in
tho Owens group, while turquolHo nodules
as big as a tin cup are occurring In tho
Humphreys group, on which Mr. "Want
land has an option.
Manager Loos of tho Grand Central
was In from the south again during thu
day. Tho saconil unit In the big compres
sor la now on the ground and will bo In
position in a few days.
George A. Hancock leaves for his old
home at Park City this morning to par
ticipate with the relatives In the observ
ance of Col. William M. Ferry's elghrtth
birthday with a legion of frlenda present
in spirit. Mrs. Hancock will accompany
The management of the Mammoth of
Tlntlc yesterday marketed ninety-seven
tons of oro on controls showing as much
da $30.50 sold, with some silver, per ton.
:ts transfer books on tho July dividend
will close today.
Roy Hunter, representing tho Sullivan
drill, of which bo many arc In uso In tho
camps of Utah, Is among his customers
The nowly-elected dlroctors of the Black
Diamond met yesterday and organized
with Daniel Storm of Indiana as presi
dent; Joecph Dederlch.i, vlco-preatdont,
and William C Alexander, secretary and
Carl Tellefflcn. a prominent Michigan
shareholder In tho Columbus Co a of Alto,
hiu returned from camp most enthtulaistla
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San Francisco, Cal.
FREE TO MEN.
KY ELECTRIC BELT.
Any roan who ii -weak, rheumatic, full of
Ealns and aches, growing old and losing
is youthful 11 ro and vigor, can have my
Electric Belt five until he la cured. I am
not giving It away unlens I fall to cure
you. When you aro cured you can pay
me, not otherwise. I don't want monoy I
don't earn. I don't need It, but I am arter
the dollars that are dally solnc into tuo
less drucslng and faKe treatments, ar.a I
am willing to show my own faith by wait
ing for my pay until I have done the
work. So wrlto for my belt today. Inclos
ing this ad.
DR. M. T. il'LATJQHLTN.
Wl Sixteenth St. Denver. Colo.
over the condition of the mines and as
tonished .it results that havo been
achieved by the management
Capt Duncan MacVlchle. manager of
tho Galena King, hax gone to Stockton to
Inquire Into developments.
Wallace Klmberly of tho Ilonerlnos
camp start" Is In from Stockton.
Tho Annie Laurie of Klmberly will como
forward with the usual half-dollar divi
dend or J12.M0 next week.
D. P. Rohlflng has gone to Mllford,
where he will conduct an examination of
the Majestic company's properties.
Western Oro Shippers' Agency.
163 Main st P. O. box 7. Phono 2000.
77 ?Vsl American
European ftOTF L
81.00 to 83.00 iJU,L-'
When they travel, go one route, re
turning another. In order to eee all
Ihc country. You can do this on jour
Eastern trip by aiklnc for your tick
ets at least ono way Colorado Midland.
Costs no more. Through standard and
Hammocks Are Going 1
Going rapidly, just as such peerless qualities-always do. If
you haven't made a selection, we advise you lo do so before Hi
the assortment is broken. ' 11)
Don't wait to buy them cheaper, for such a thing is almost lip
impossible, here or anywhere. MT
I ytszzs. c. wThTggins, m. d., I!
I fvVm SPECIALIST. GM
' tllTtt H Microscopic and Analytic Physician. IE
CURES Fits, Xervous "Weaknfs. 2m- W
I V&PtttAS'fi ralgla. Varicocele. Weak Spine, EIU us
C!N K SriW ness. Gravel, Soro Eyes, Lung Dsr ca,
stC fx 2ljff Taps Worm, Dyapepula, Liver arul Kll- Vf
aVlWV ney Complaint, Deafness, Catarrh, Erj- ,
' NT'EUs-y Elpelas, Old Sore.i, Scrofula, Rheumatism, I ,
i WWiw h Stiff Joints. Piles in their Ao;st form Jt m
U $$faWrM TV Those afflicted with Epilepsy or Tits can -4i
. VjJi Rlv&A TV be permanently cured. ji
i vSWy kx By the Hid of tho Microscope wa can de- Ji
v5avSVa I I tct Cnlcut, Cancerous Matter, Cirbonato j
i rw(fiL )SvV J of Lime. Albumen, and all cxtrnnecis ;
I frc w?vWyvw r&$ 1 S substances mixed with th I'rlno or
' Vybi-'il sfXrp-rf Z,',f Blood. This is the scientific prlnclplo
jlr W? L 1 " ' lratme -nronlc Dlaeastjs.
'I tWflX. v tW i S.v Can be found at his office, St. Elmo IIo-
VflrX A 7 star tel. from 10 a. m. to 1 p. m. Rooms 17, IS t
I Vv THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE IS
HALF ITS CURE
l KNOWLEDGE IS POWER. MAN. KNOW THYSELF ;
IF YOU WANT CASH , 1
BAD DEBTS f8$?S
WE CM SET IT! ffe- f
No matter how largo they aro or In Mf , ! '
; what town. city. State, or Territory. wH ' 1
If wo did not know wo could collect vSfS s
your bills, wo certainly would not bo fM&' y
paying out money to advertise. au S , 1
We advertise becauwe we want your s t '
1 claims for collection. Our ability to mako J-?5grwp J--JT S
i collections whero all others have failed, jSffiSSSMtf 'ifAfV 7 "
has enabled us to build up the largest col- t'JSAfrr 1 t
; lection business In tho world. c5?5Sn7s3 a
! This ad. Is suro to bring many claims to AMvfiAW I
our offlcs for collection, and we are Just jrSwF r
ns suro to collrct these claims and mako
money in commissions thereon. sZ?
I iERSMTS' PEeTE6TgE ASSOCIATION
SciPntlflc Collectors of Debts, Publishers of Credit Records of De'tnja nt W
Debtors, who can. but refuso to nay their Just debts, and consequently unno thi B
of trust and contldence. REPORTERS of How People pay their bills 1
EsCsfclUbcd 11 years. Representatives everywhere. Ofllc: Top Floor Com- 1
r morclal Block, Salt Lake City. D
FRANCIS O. LUKE. General Manager B
"Some Peoplo Don't Llko Us." I J
-MTi iff t rrrrun w Ti ii mm inini" titniiummnrM '
m P0GTORS WHO CURE :
nATAPTiTT aol tbroat tron-
Kldoor iwl I.ltgr Bldir Trtra- 5wvTX M
blo.lIri 111 i e ma. DUe&toior Uj fltjmaoh Tr&cWxHS'Qi.
nd Ujwel. t"tl Final nrf IIctl Dl- - t7Sft '
wraioi. Keroilfl Complaint. Carotilo W- fcfa, cMrjypig
tat of Wotnon sad Children. IMoJteU, . jrv-- 'Vwl 1
HplnaJ TronbUi, Bit I a nc-a-e. DvlTtiq., If'Suriis
Atbtn. DrcneOUl sua Lnnj Trouble, LOi1 JzrK& Jf '
Kheuxnatlsm. Mj I")Tr, Kunviyl& IIt- ' Vf ?3
tcMn. Cjo und Kej SUecuvti, CiolLr (or ala iJTV '
nek) Vuleootl. Lost Manhood, etc, rw( 1
Ulood Dtuvitf I. I'rlT&to DlroaiM fenjfulfc, fl47V yl&jVtiK.
nnd all rorin of KorroUi tad Ocrouto Di- SxS&P&mS?&
(caiot, (that ro ctsrnble.) '' '
OUrt MOTTO: A Joit fee, quick AyJXWvtf v i
curt.mltd and palnlcnt trcntuiont ttfTOfir '
- Consultation In peron or by letter vtB-""
bb. A. J snouts. fr-o to all. Coll or wrlto. do. o. h cnoars. ,
TTrnvrP f!TTPT,ct PV TVTATT. 1)0 001 despair tc&uio rx Ut nt a dlttano from ti
nskn It eatr to gel ozport avlc snd tre&tiua nl has?, iwt atrr arispiooi b.Ant tortn b '
orarr ij-mptom of dJtttte which enable ihta lo dU-coi jotr mil r.nd tetl pin wh&i jtror I
troobi U. what can b Jodo for rou. cni what Uin co of a euro will bv. WJtlTX If jou cttiaot I
eaU,fortbelr oov ttuptom Ut ocd lose adrantarv of tho I'UKK BXAJMlXXIlox. Wblber H
704 Ukt trcatmsnt or not, the adrlco ooiLs 70a notnlaz. D
Weak Men Pay When Cured r
If fon iaffor from any of ih traalut! or W'oonro roa flnt and than rule a llEAiON-
ilMaici caad b lsiiorxr.ee. ozcts or con- AftLtf VZM whin jon aro urd Too oao d-
taion TOU AHR T1IC P17J150X WE pn4 jion onr word. ln,M."iaJi of patlenU
WAST TO TAtK TO. Iiaro Indorvfrd n. NOW Writ WAJ4T TO Cllin
v; bt proTcnourjVllltn curtpc OHUOIC TOU w:ih tho d)Unct un:wr. abJIuv I bit m
dUura br poblUhlrc tb masr TOlomarr will uol douiand a H K on1 II wo 4010 700.
lottluonlal Crotn I Krai o pooplo, tlrlnr oin, Talk appU to Iot Uxntoed. aatr.al Weak V
HKI.N It woui V&a cSfldwiV Hone. V0 J'T'6
hare to dtvt our klfl In UUt cl ol iron- Ioln, and all WKAkKlUSta of 139a. Coo-
bl lu toolbar way. ThW W oar p'-cn ibIUUco and adrle fr. '
OEM llocri 9 a. in. to S p.ra.t KtidUi k S. Sutidaj ac4 UoUiaji, 10 m. lo 11. .1
DRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 249 sffffi.s.S.tuuh
J ' 1 i . 'iJjnt
mi m u lAm mil r iiaairrrTr-rrrr-iT-i rrrrr-rTir i i in n i nhin
DOCTOR COOK cu". 1AS" I,
I Prostatic Troubles Vr Nervous Debility B :
I permanently c ired. no mat- Cures quick and radical In I
ter bow long aiandlng ta (mn Jv to 60 daa. by my own fa- H
Sdlseaie. In from & to 20 days. uJU mous method. I',
Strlcturc M Varicocele 1.
curd In 14 day;, without fffl " r-i r, iJ...i . - a
cuttlnc. pain, toil or d- Th WfiSbT iyP xwwi 0 ;
tectlon from bualr.. t4H cm? all d Jr"-ablo jm- I .
Wasting Weakness I X3JSV-p torn o- -!.a-r:- 7- R
I . ... . A Jk pUtftly ard forever; It Is i .
Time ol our. M to CO StTx afe. palaJeaa and bloodlw. 1
I days, by my original, very fek VV W -fifte An abaoluto cure cruram-
Ialnple remedy (used cxclu- YjimtA tjiHSi' ted
lively by me). fmvSrSSffSj) at j o
n 1 n- ItfASSKafKtB&L Blood Poison
Private Diseases JMvWi8w5S t-
. , , . ... J &2m&W&? Evry veitlse of polron
cured In 5 to 10 daya. with- ' WJ removed from tyatem with
out the us of poiionoua xr-7 out aid of mercury or pot
Consultation Is free and Invited, an a Jrj coruultlrx me you may he aure that i
nothing that acUncw can dtrlie or aklll perfect haa ben left undona to afford i
you a apAcdy. safe and permanent cure. . :
VRJTJS m Jr. full roniSdence. explalnlcc your troubles aa they apprar to
you. and rC'lva by return mail my bo seat and candid opinion of your case, 1
'i U Crystal gafe
t 30 HADT STBSET.
4- llaa Opened. T
5 Open flay ard nlffht TeL ML-T. o
- Tray Ordera BaddUd. X
1 1 1
Carpenter k Jobber
H F. IVILLLVaiS. ICO B. Znd South. Wk
Phone 1C&J-Z. Job and screen work to or-
der. Anythlrc In wood work. w , ' r