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. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1013. W
I DEPORT OF DIS
:. m IS ISSUED
Year of Extensive Operations
at Butte Result' in a
T Favorable Way.
Half Million Dollar Loan to
Ohio Copper Company
j Paid in Full.
The annual t opart of the Davis-Daly
Ii mipany ma been rccolvcd by western
shareholders, the period covered ending
.Inn 30. 1312. The report is a very eoin
Pi ehenslve one. idloctlii;: much credit
npon General "Malinger Flwhcr. who, on
.it count of 1rl Ion:; residence in Salt Lake,
tvc!l known hero. The balance sheet,
tv: Ich has been previously published,
"iows current aaetj of -52H.214. rurrctit
liabilities of ??0.oi3, leaving working- capi
tal of about $I0..700.
Income account is an follows:
TVYclopmonl nnd mlnlnc expense. ;i?r.o:a
o'crcral expense il.CZS
Total , J210.6G7
Ojo enlai, etc ..J10G.C?f
Interest, etc T.Oia
lxcen expenditures 5127,::r.S
. President nurton cays, in part: The
-.iOO.OOO loaned by the former manage
ment lo the Ohio Copper company ha
hren collet-led. tesothpr with interest at
h per cent and a bonus .of $5000. The
money Invested in "Went Dome Con-ioli-dalr-d
Mlnca company, a Porcupine prop
ett. hna born returned to the company,
together with a, bonus In stock.
I Ore Sales Help,
purine the year 131 J roiiBldcrnblc .le
tiojminjit work was done on tho MUO
and 1700-foot levels of tho Colorado shaft
and nlfo diamond drilling1, hut no new
orr bodies of any iinporlanco were dis
HccHptfl from Uir. sale of or- extracted
srratly reduced our monthly expen
ditures, and in some months lia.M cx
r ecd.'d our total out lav for mining and
dertopmeut work. noiwltb5taudins the
company i-uiplnyy about 100 men.
I'be Colorado Hhnft haa been nunk 200
f"t io the 1?00-root level and two or
t ucc erof-scuts are nor,- being drlvrn from
t r level. A contract ha.'i been made
Mil ii the Anaconda Copper coinpanv to
drP a crosscut at. a dpth of 10'in for-t
ivtn the worltlncs or It Went Chignon
i Inc lo the youth for a dl.ilanco of 1000
fert through th western nortlon tir the
"ompanj'n properly. The 5-Mlver King and
"ie Ltzr.Ie claiiiiK haw. been leased and
t lese portion of the property aro being
o'iriied on a royalty bnsis. and rvory
effort Is hfln made to ilevrlop the whol'o
jrorertv nf- the lenst popslhle ovpensr.
K" thlpmentM from the Colorado Hhaft
a.e avrraued fifty Ions per day run
i hip fumi Si to fi nor cent ropn.-i. with
-"od values hi sliver; since. October 1
I e rdilpmcuts have Increased to slxty
' f tons per day and from the recent
1e elopments on the 1200. MOO and 1000
font Jvcl?f. your dlrectors feel that thorn
"II b a still larger Increase In a vry
nhort t(me. The rcrrli-U from the sale
' ore oxtraet.jd have xhnwii a stadv In
mci.o since "May 1. I ho net receipts in
.September belns double those for the
month of "Mny. Tbr. undcrcrnunil work
lni vtend over p dlntance of about four
."Hi four-fifths miles.
Report of Manager.
O'nerat Manager Kinder savs. In part:
"ing the iu month- there have been
I -o.lnre.1 tCSO.I fi,s of oie vloldiri" net
.rJ"L" flM.7Rn at a mining cohI of
JGl.tlG and expenditures were aa fol
Tee opment 41.01C.00
""ral ; 4.2S7.00
Tic ground around the Colorado shaft
omprigeji the central portion of the tract
owned, and has been verv thoroughlv ev
ilo'vd, ther" havlntr bei-n found ono laK'e
'in thwest and southeast fault vein"
V: " more small
rasilr veins l.eloiicln to the same svstcm.
Nowhere in null? hnn the sv.tem of
in -rthwesl and southeimt fault vlna
iroed to eont.nln i.if;n ttmnaef: of otI
fro ,,iid the croiind :ironnd the Colonido
l..ift In no "vcpoiio,,, j believe there
k wtronjr probability of larcre tunnaees' rf
rr.nper ore bcinfr developed In the Silver
Mnr ami pnmllel veins In the -west thlnl
of the property.
Tie extreme onstern area of the
;r.und hax also had but. litilo Cplor.i
tioi and wo now hn.ve. lea-sers workln"
on the Lizzie vein, where yeara a o pood
e a taken out above 200 level Wo
are aiw driniis- for this area on our 1000-'
lij i both 1300 crosscuts In the Colorado
f.'?m ,VnC hllVt!, .htl"c "ovcral fault vclna
J-om one to threr, feet tvl,,. ii,at. v..r
u:eii on the 1700 level, and nicy are
.nv much enriched, howInc veins of 3
per cent to s per ,.ont copper ore. which
nrouraces me n bcllevnc that our larp"
Z0;.,1 e,. w' "ctter on this level
t t 'an anywhere alwve.
Outline of Future.
L i;r,c,0,mni'!bd that we continue mlnlns
r-Alh1l "lloV? 54 ,n!.,,,? front from tho
J o'orado workings while we. arc dcvclon
v Mral VnX of 11,0 nropCrty.CadPI
,l ;f ?" 1 -n excollcnt chance ta
develop a ood mine there.
I nlcsH the history of Uutte Is belled
lj our remits In our Silver KIntr vein
a few nmntha more systematic dcvclop
of tho west end should sreatly "a
l!rvrJhn va,Un of tl"3 I'ropertv. The
n est Ganprj croseeut In the Silver Klntt
la been driven about C30 feet, and la
c-nrt.Hl to rut tho Slh'er Kin- S 1m
ubout 300 fect more " Cl" 1,1
I NORTH STAR GOING
DOWN ON GOOD ORE
The umlcrpround air hoist uas Jnstallod
MnKIns of the winze was resumed the
o.e twin? a width of four feet rarrvlmr
sowl vnluew. at the North Star. ,arr"nS
ork was also resumed is the east
".ft sn which the on; body In from iw
- We 1 ',rtin ,ns n tho winze, u-her " U
fn'Tr? Kr evl," of ocrntainc " TJ e
fLn 'Llh l,rO"ut on thin level wna ex.
1 xht'iVY "BUa. dl'n without ch,u,V
I NEW HALIFAX HOIST
IS BEING INSTALLED
"ailed and should be in operailon in
;, 'haft will be resumed.
hi tho putt wed: work on the 1CHW
"oot level lw be:i .'onc.uiiratwi on Uic
uttinp of the station, which is still In
r"oqrr. and pending the completion of
;h drifting on the ore ws nCM-arlly
h upended. On the l iOO.foot lovel. the
wt drift on the corftxet mad? kchkI
proCTeo without nny change. Tonojmh
1 rdA', rc'esisej rlevr i r of otv- (rn
Hi I U i and two cars from .ctada lamrs.
TO MAKE BIG MIAIE
OF Mil n
Oflicials to Outline Very
at the Properly.
Two very Interesting results arc ap
parent from the visit to the Home Run
j coppor property of the Bristol, Nov., dis
trict by President Murray C. Godbc and
Secretary Harry F. Earle, one being tholr
report that mine, conditions were found on
personal inspection to line up exactly
with the representations made to tho local
office, and the other Is the determination
of ilia officials to procoe.l with all pos
sible development cncrjry to put the Home
Run whero ,Hs merits clcaily show it be
longs anion? producers.
Mr. Godbo stated to The Tribune Tues
day morning that the Homo Hun yavc ev
ery promise of belj)? a Mn mine " This
is evident, he believe, not only from the
quantity of oro already demonstrated, but j
from all rqndltloiiH belns practically iden
tical with thoHo which. In the early day
and on adjolnlap- properties, jrave forth
larpc tonnasen of blgh-prade oro, hupo
fortunes bcln made ut a time when it
took very rich oro to be handled under
tho conditions then prevalllngr.
Tho property showing such positive In
dications of permanency has determined
the officials uiwn a far more comprehen
sive development campaltrn. additional
equipment will be added If found neces
sary and ore shipments are not to be neg
lected In the meantime. It is likely that
the officials will meet in this- city with
in the next few daya at which a compre
hensive campaign will ho outlined for the
HEADS THE NATURAL
GAS OUTPUT LIST
West Virginia Ih the prrcatcsl pro
ducer of natural sas in the l.'nltcd States.
She produced In 1311 twice as much as
any other state and two-tlfths of tho
total output for tho whole country. Ac
cording to the United Slates Ecological
survey, the state produced In 1911 the
enormous iuantlty of 207,112.5711,000 cubic
feet of sup, valued t ?2$.4."il.i0", as com
pared with l!iO.7o:,Si;s.O00 cubic feet, val
ued at $23.SlG.C.r3, In 1310.
Natural ens accompanies the oil In the
wells of West Virginia even more rcpu
larly than in Pennsvlvanla. and the
sands ylcldliipr pras without oil are moro
extensive, so that while the state con
sumed yo.SCS-fr.,000 cubic feet of Kas
In 131 1. It also exported a larpe uuantlty
to Pennsylvania, to the lake shore In
Ohio, to Maryland, and to Kentucky. In
order to supply the necessary cpiantit.v
for Pittsburg, tho pas Is pumped throusrh
the Hii"s at an average rale of forty-two
miles an hour, and occasionally at as
Kieat a speed as a mile a. minute.
Drllllux was aetlvo throughout the
state In 1311, resulting In the completion
of S70 productive inis wells out of a total
of 3S7 wells drilled, the number of sas
wells at the close of the year bcin:r
as compared with 4052 wells at t ho be
Klnninpr of tho year. Fifteen years pu
thero wcro only 310 natural saa wells in
tlie stale anil the value of the output
was cfh than ?1. 000.000.
The iuuutlty and value of the ca-3 con
aumed in West Virginia In 1311 amounted
lo S0,$GS.Gr,.00O cubic feet, valued at
S"',2O.I.i2, an average price of 7.72 cents
per thousand cubic feet. Of the total
consumption in -1311 a larger proportion
wjis consumed for Industrial than for
i domestic purposes. Tho quantity of ?a-s
consumed In manufaclurln; was 50,lu0,
010.000 cubic fec-L
One of the Industries which Is almost
entirely confined to this stato is the
manufacture of carbon black, for which
larjre uiiantltlcs of ?as aro required and
to which Uic pas is well adapted. It Is
estimated that during: the year 1311 a
total of 1S.737. 263,000 cubic fect of sax
was used by tho carbon-black factories
of West Yersinia. Tho value of this sas
was sriH.sni". an average of about 3 cents
per thousand cubic, feet.
NUMBER OF MINES
IN UNITED STATES
From the advance sheets of the report
on inluius in the United States, made by
tho United States bureau of tho census,
we take tho accompanying table of tho
number of mines in the United SlaLes.
producing and nonprodiiclny.
MINUS OF THIS UN'mSD STATUS.
. j I Non
I Prod uc-.prod uc-
Kind. inp- ing
Iron 4S:: 21
Copper ."'S i::
Prcc. Met. I .ode 2SI."i $352
Prec. Met. Placer SS0 132
I.rad and Zinc 1M2 71
Quicksilver 12 2S
Manganese 3 3
Asbeatos :, 20 7G
Harytea -. iz
Feldspar 2? I
Fluorspar ... 15 3
Gypsum 222 C.
Magnoaitc 33 1
Mica -7K 1
Mineral Paints 2
Monazlte K l
Phosphate is:; 33
Pyrites 12 1
Quartz ... it i
Tunsston 116 Si
Totals 6561 I S9Q-1
Although there is a distribution of op
erators by stales, In the more Important
hclustrics, there is no distribution of
mines on a similar basis, so that It Js im
possible to break up the above list bv seo
graphlcal divisions, Euginccrlns & Min
IMPORT OF RECENT
NORTH BUTTE FINDS
Wo are advised that developments on
the new Gem and Adirondack veins at the
North Eutte property continues favorable
and the Indications are that these recent
discoveries are going to prove as impor
tant as at first believed, iys Thompson,
Towle fc Co.
On the 2S00-foot level of the Gem de
velopment, which vein was rccentlv inter
sected, w- understand that the croascut
h being driven on to the northward into j
Croous territory and will thence bo car
ried to the important north veins, the
Snowball and Berlin. Preparations are
now being made to drift on the lode ut
tho intersection of the crosscut . Tho Gem
vein whero cut by the crosfcut now
measures twelve feet In width and o or
this entire distance carries first-c'ass ore
averaging 7 per cent copper per ton.
in addition to which there aro good silver
On th Adirondack vein, which was In
tersected on the ItOO-foot level In Septem
ber, drifting to the ctt.slws.rd has now been
carried on for a 100 foot, and over this
distance in certain places sunn: very rich
ore assaying from 12 por coin to 1 1 per
cent copnor has been exoscd. over the
whole width of the lode. This Adiron
dack Is a wide strong vein and In places
runs up to twenty-five feet In width, the,
principal mineralized section. howcer,
has mi avcrace width of sixteen feet. It
Ik now estimated that for the entire dis
tance of 100 feot the iovcl will average "
per cent copper over this width. Raising
Is in progrcrt from the 2S00 up to the
200 level and. when connection Is made
and better air secured drifting will pro
cood more rapidly.
Tt r vt quotation for Tie'lav. pnt.
cd !, M -Comlfk tt C.- were n fo'!owi
si,i i.o: o io'-! on amount uf li'ida.,
if ad, y. 1, v'pper, Ii 12j.
PEil II HAS
Have More Likely Looking
Mine at Gardnerville.
Special to The Tribune.
RNO, Nov.. Nov. 5. At a conference
held Saturday between Jnck Wolsh. field
man for the Gunn-Thompson interests,
and Jules Labarthc. who has charge of
the mines and smeller for the same, peo
ple. It was decided to dlscontlnuo the
churn drill prospecting on Pcavlnc moun
tain. While those gentlemen have given out
no statement for publication, in talking
to a friend they made it very clear thai
this action Is in no sensn a "turndown"
elthe: of tho Nevada Central mini!, on '
which they were prospecting, or of the
big mineral territory surrounding Heno.
A combination of circumstances (some of
which had no direct bearing on the Ne
vada Central) led to this decision, and it
Is a practical certainty that they will
return to this vicinity beforo many moons
and conduct much more extensive opera
tions. Theory of Operators.
Tho fa ft is that tho Gunn-Thompson
smelter at Thompson Is in need of ores
that carry an excess of Iron in order to
properly, llux much of the ore that they
get for treatment and which Is lacking in
this essential. It was their theorv that
the body of iron sulphides which wns
opened up In the tunnel of the Nevaua
Central would not onlv widen out to a
much larger body at depth, but that an
enrichment would take place below tho
water Jrvel. Jf. was not expected that the
oro would carry very high values, but
that It could be concentrated at least
five Into one and that the resulting prod
uct would bo sufllclcntlv rich lo ship
and at tho same time contain the large
excess of Iron so desirable lo them at H1I3
tlmo for fluxing other ores.
. The two holes that have been sunk
convinced them that this theory was In
correct. IiTstead of carrying a larger ex
cess of Iron below I ho water level, the
ore iieivuno more sillclous and therefore
not adapted to the present needs of tho
ll Is not only possible, hut Is Indeed
considered probable, that the Nevada
Central mine contains good oro that will
pay. but It will likely occur In nmallor
bodies of richer ore. and churn drilling
x not the best method or prospecting such
Pick Up Big Mine.
It Js also possible that the Gunn
Thompson people would ha.ve given tho
ground a more thorough prospecting at
this time but for the fact that since
bonding Tho Nevada Central thev secured
a bond on a mine fifteen miles from
l.ardncrvlllc which gives evcrv promise of
making otio of the great copper mines of
tho world. This property has been de
veloped to sonic extent, and while a
depth or only 100 fect in attained vol
about 100,000 tons of good oro has been
opened up. With this splendid showing
to start on. It Is quite natural that thev
would use nil Ihelr drills and bend every
errort to prospect, this property at depth
during the life of the bond.
As beforo stated, however, far from be
in discouraged with thdr first experience
near T.cno. the Gunn-Thompson people
Intend to return and do more thorough
prospecting in this vicinity at a later date
NIPISSING MILL IS
SOON TO BE GOING
A dispatch just received from the Niuls-
K.iVr?"ert,,0S slalcs tI,aL lo 'icw mill
should be placed In commission bv No-
v?"!jner 15' H n,,YV' l "pissing k
of 200 tons rated daily capacity m ma?
somewhat exceed this figure In actual
practice The management estimates thai
this plant should show not earnings of e
tween JoOO.000 and 5600.000 a vq;u; which
Hv!,VIf1)C,,inir(,,lil,0, lo U,Q revei lle dc
led from high-grade ore. Tl is stated
that thero aro approximately 100,000 tons
or low-grado ore In the dumps already
available for the mill, which is believed
will run, twenty-five ounces per ton
rxipissmg has made a very creditable
showing iis regards tho payments on it lo
new mill. Tho cost of this plant witl, "
tramway is put at J2S.-..000 and tho com
pany has p;dd this out of earnings and
not encroached unon the surplus, and this
In the face of the present dividend of
30 por cent jx-r annum, calling for a ycariv
payment of 51.S00.O00. " "
William L. Cook, whn was posLmastor
aL Neihnrr. ,Mdnt., writes: "L rccom
incut Foley's Honey ami Tar Compound
to all my people, ami Mioy arc never
disappointed with it. Foley's Honoy
and Tar Compound for coughs and colds
frives tho best pos.siblo results."
LEAD SMELTING IS
FEATURE AT TOOELE
We are advised that tho copper fur
naces at Tooele plant of tho International
company are still closed down as tho result
of the strike, when operations Wcro discon
tinued at the Utah Consolidated and South
Utah properties, but overythlng points to
an early resumption in this department of
the smelter- Tho Utah Consolidated
property Is working tho mine with a con
siderable force of men and occasional
shipments arc now being made to the
Tooele plnnt. It should not bo long until
these are again normal and as soon as
a sufficient supply of ore has been ac
cumulated the furnaces will be blown in.
The lead department of iho Tooele plant
Is going to full capacity while the new re
finery at liast Chicago, which was placed
In commission October 3, la now running
full and giving very satisfactory results.
Tin: lead business of the International
Smelling company Is far outstriplng that
of copper and every tiling points lo a still
further expansion In this department over
the already large tonnage being secured.
Thompson, Towle & Co.
KANSAS CITV, Nov. Ii. Cattle Re
ceipts, 3000, Including 1000 southerns:
market strong. Native steers. $C.S0tf'
lO.SO; southern steers, 31.2.-?i'G.iri; south
ern cows and heifers. 3.2.i'f."'.2-: native
cows and heifers. J3.23QTS.00; stackers and
feeders, 5 l.r.0ff?'7. 1". : bulls, $-t.00fj:r..2o:
calves. $.-..00TtiS.o0; western stecri?, 55.00
S.00: western cows. 53.50rf G.50.
Hogs Receipts. S000; market steadv to
Sc lower. rjulk of sales. $6.r0frS SO:
heavy, J7.75'??'7.U0: pnclcrs and butchers.
?6.fiOj7.50; light, 57.50cgi7.75; pigs, $5.50
Sheep Receipts, 9000: market strong.
Muttons. $3.ii0cy''l 75; larnb.s. JG-OOraJS;
range wethers ami yearlings. J1.00tf?6.00;
rango owes, f2.50(fTi.25.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. f.. Cattle Re
ceipts. 9000: market 10c higher. Native
steers. SCOOfii 10,00: cows and heifers,
?3..".ufi;6.60; western atc.ers, $.".00'x7S.00;
Texas steers. J4. 5041 6.50: rows atid holf
crs. 5:l.25ff 6.25. canncrs. .Vt.OOffiMri;
stackers and feeders, $4.7o(g7.7.ri: calves,
$.r.00ffiS.7.i: bulls, stagn. etc.. Jl.OOtfDn.tlO.
Hogs Receipts. 2S00; market, stronger.
Heavy. X7.7fi1J7.!)0: mixed. S7.S0'r?7.Sr.;
light. ?7.S0ffi7.00; pigs. 5C.23 7.25 ;' bulk
of sales, S'.SQftl.oZ.
Sheep Receipts. 13.000- market 15c to
25c higher. Yearlings, .vl.3ni'5.2f; weth
ers. $3.n0ifll.50: ewe.-r, ZZ.W&i.W; lambs,
CHICAGO, Nov. . Cattle Receipts,
1500: market slow, generally steady.
Beeves. S;.3.ifyill.(i0; Texas steers. SUOrfr
5.7; western steers. 55.60(!T9.30; utockcra
and feeders, 31 .30f?7.no: cows and heifers,
52.73'T7.50: calves,' SG.r.OfT) 10.50.
Hogs Receipts. 1-i.OOu; market slow,
shade lower. Uight. ?7.S0rTi)S.f.0; mixed.
?7.ij0ifi)$.l"i: heavy. S7. -IHrfas. Io": rough, ?7.43
7.65; pigs, J5.25i5Ji7.23; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 1S.00O: market strong,
10c higher. Nallve, J3. 501?) -1.65; western,
?3.60'J7t4.6r.; yearlings. J4. 70(0)5.85: Ininba,
native, ?3.a03,7.'i0: western, ?5. 65(57.25.
CHICAGO. Nov. 5. Huttcr. firm;
creameries, 27u32c; dairies, 21(?J'2,lc.
Eggs, firm; receipts, 2500 canes; at
mark, cases Included, 20ijj21c; ordinary
firsts, 23c; firsts. 26c.
Cheese, steady; daisies, J7J'ir2c: twins.
16!1T'l7c: young Americas, 17ic?'l72c; long
horns, 16?& 17c.
Potatoes, steady: receipts, 65 cars; Wis
consin. -JfiffiiSiic: Michigan, 4SiQ)G3c; Minne
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON". Nov. S. Tho ronilltloa n: th;
Unltirt Slatci treasury ut llio beginning of liual
nrisn Today T.-.ia 8 folloivp:
WorVliiK bilnnoo J 3,3ft2,P!!
In lan'rf.i ami PJtUlpptn trcanurj 'il, i1C,f'M
Total of kciicmI funrl HMIT.lfi":
Itccclpls T"itcril.iy J.ISI.'RS
I)libMrff!ncnl3 Z.'yjl. 1S2
Prfirit tills flscAl TPAr Is ;:.:,443. as niilnst
rrlctt of Inst ;ear.
Tim fisiire. fop rrcclpl. ilitbiitscnients nd
clrDrlt cxrludo Panama, caml anil riulillu debt
Eostou Wool Market.
nOSTON. Nov. 5. An extensive, tnilo In rlu
mrsllc wool Ii rrporlcl In nearby kmiIch. Vulinvt
a.r sliowlns rt lilsiicr IciHlcncy ml Homo of Iho
lloldrra liavo mnrVcd un lltelr fiippllc.i. Tbn dn
mand for lerrllory rrool Ir. pjrllriilarly brlik. C4
peflfilly in Montana, trhlte nc-jrby fl?-pr. cell
T.xll. TriA-x ana California slock li qutct.
Texas Klim C to S monlln. ""fJISc: fina 12
month:-, r.og;c: flno fall. WilKc.
rallrornU-Nortbrrn. JKr.; inMdln rounly. IS
J?."0c; hoiilhcrn. ITIftSc: fall free. ifJTSOc
Oreson Kiftcrn No. 1 ftaplr, SltifiSc; eart-.rn
clothing. 60e: vullcy No. 1. nr.
Territory flno laplen. fi65""e' flno in'dinnn.
l)iplc, ("06Sc; flno clolhliiK. C06:c: flno me
dium rlollilnc. r.Tfl.'5e: lmlf-Mooil cninliliiK. i2tt
Ce; llirre-li"hlhs-bIoii romblng, 57055c; quarter-Mood
rullrd Kino A. 60c; A rtiprrs, "fJUfiSr; n su
KARNS TUNNULLNG MACHINE.
Soo this wonderful little mountain
outer horiiic :t one-foot, hoh; in the
toughest kiml ol" irraitiLe. Exhibit ion
at -I p. in. Wednesday. Machine, is lo
cated in vacant lot cast of '-'onnnor-cial
Don't swear about it just send it to
risers Cleaning- & Dyeing Co. Modern
method" avoid profauitv. 3 phones.
1 1 4 -1 1 K. "Broadway. (Advertisement.)
I DRS. SHORES & SHORES 55j
SPECIALISTS, 249 Main St., Salt Lal.o City. 4,1
I WE TREAT ALL CHRONIC DISEASES S
1 CATAIJRTr Deafness. Asthmn. r.ung Trouble. Kheu- OfflCe V I
Hmatlsm. Hay Kcvcr. Epilepsy. Diseases of Womon and rT I. XI i
Children. Insomnia. Heart Trouble. Disease nf ti ?.ver thc P O.F
R Stomach. Kidney. Uvcr. Bowels and bladder and All 15c Storc Wi
U Curable Nervous. Chronic and Private Disease's or r-rih 1
I Sexes that are curable. , . . 9
H TfiJTiiY Office Houra
IWowian Weak, tired out, sickly 188 . Til p.-5. cvenlngn 7-S, 1
I WOmeil women suffering from f Iff E tt Sundays. 10 to 12.
Bthe Ills peculiar to the sex, find Drs. . Afl&jll REMEMBER,
Shorca' treatm:nt prompt and wonder- w- maintain a separate
Iful In results, , department for treatment
I and euro of ail special diseases and
IT.OW T?AT"RS Ea?y Payments weaknesses Insuring privacy and :
JOjUW XAiHifD QUck cures. strictest confidence. Consult ua first.
I WmaW Consultation. VE C,URE TO STAY CURED.
IFREfc Examination and TTr "mff Cl'r" ,by Ma"' 1
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01: HljJGot your copy of
J oo-hoo Tad's Bog Book
k oh you! J)Wll yet? If not why
r!l Inot? Scrape 35c
I'Pi fill ogether aitd foe
P1 ' jjPBBWWl 1 1 Hil Circulation O-pt.. Salt Lake Tribune.
f?illl lbr, Accompanylnrj this coupon Is 45 cents.
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Vc 1 fc Noto -If you rail for lh bcok It will
1 RSPf cent you 33 cents only.
f TUXEDO is the '
fcfcJ HIGHEST COST
iaQSl Tobacco Retailed
SSjf iW; The mildest, choicest selected
leaves of perfectly aged Burlcy
Svil 1 tobacco from which Tuxedo is
k 'g made, arc thc most cosily on thc
Charles k. Harris" , market.
Well-fcnown comuoscr. author ot f Tuxedo COStS D'.orf. LOr SC1CI1-
wn""5y$f-d thcr am0U1 tific, careful, expert manutactur-
lT find a lot of inspire.- ing.
Hon in Tuxedo. It has a Th t rQ things make it cost
filtasant fragrance and v , , -i
nerve sootjting qualities more to thc wholesaler and more
thai are undeniable." to the retailer.
sf) SCl' nt Tuxedo sells at thc same
JH J&i&t)p price to thc consumer 10c as
acc--- its imitators.
Thc Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
f Tuxedo could not maintain its
price the highest unless it
' maintained its qualiiy.
l: Tuxedo was thc original; it is
still thc best. It has many imi
tators; likely it Avill have even
more. I3ut until its many imita
tors learn to choose and buy only
thechoicest grades of thc highest
quality of Burlcy j
and learn the Tuxedo secret
process of treating this Burlcy
Tuxedo wilIrz;:;rtobcthc 1
finest pipe tobacco in thc wofld.
wm. stl'art REYBURS7 Convenient pouch in- (Pw
Congressman from Pennsylvania, ner.lincd with mo5. If
" take pleasure in r'ec- tltrc-proof paper . . HjP'L- J
ommcuding Tuxedo lobaeeo
to all smokers. Itisaszviet, Famous green .tin, '-fB'-
refreshing smoke." with gold lettering,
vs.i curvedtofitpocket J, Jr
You can buy Tuxedo everywhere
. . OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD.
EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 29, 1912.
Depart. Dally. Arrive,
71 A 7UT OR(!n. Malafl, Denver, Omnhs. Kansxs Q.Ofi A ?Ji
I .J.O iL. 11.. . cltTt Chicago. San Francisco. Ely and la- J.U ii. IlL.
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.UU A. IY1 . . j Intermediate Montpoliar. Qoinif . . 1U.UU Jr. IVi,
9:00 A. M. ., Motor, ogden. . . 5:00 P. M.
10:00 A.M.., Orden ana Intermedial points. .. . 6:50 P. M.
.Il:40A.M..,Over,ana a?v1.? rtiSS& chlcaB'.. 3:15 P. M
11:59 A.M. o15 AdaD.".l&t"2SI,, ChJcaff-.. 4:45 P.M.
1:05 P. M. . verlana Snt0rdslSfe5cT-' eacra . . 2:85 P. JUL
2:45 P.M.. j Osden. Boloe. For'tland. Butta, f. .. 4:50 P. M
2:45P.M..- Osderu Can Franclaco. 6:50P.M.
3:30 P. M. Motor Ogden, Brlchara. .. 9:15 A.M.
3n P M Ogdctu Brlgham. Cache VoUey. Malafi 1 1 .rr A TT
-GU Jr and lntermedlato. i-1 .oU A. ill.
- Ogden. Denver, Omaha, Chicago fparlc
5:30 P. M. . ,cltjr' Grcon lUverand West only r- .12:40 P. M
6:00P.M... Motor? ogden. f. . 8:00 A.M.
11:45P.M.. Ogden, Bolas, Portland. Butte. ,.10:30 A.M.
City Ticket Office, Hotel Utah. ToteDhone. Exchano 15-
j PRIVATE CUR EFORftVEIn
H "W0BN0UT," DISEASED MEN j
I JSKKv v ' want y" mcn m whom are sown the B
M a&xxmr seeds of early follies, later excesses or 1
I ffigStt'. disease, you vhooe falling memory, lost 1
I (c5Z?Kj vigor, wrecked nerves, lame back, dls- 1
I K3&wk I ordered stomach, warn you dlseacc Is at I
Rj WZS&Va I v;ork undermining your physical, mental I
1 xCtt&Wffl J 1flEBl fB nnd vltn PWers to call at my offices N
ft W$vn ABrmn vZSSi snd lcarn ' my methods of curing tho
I wSSlf diseases of men after all others have 1
I V5wJ failed entirely. I make no charjie for my E
I wSL i I counsel, and If I accept your case, will 1
I v UreKffl l Oi'aranteo you a perfect and permanent I
ol-llll CERTAINTY OF CURE S
I IS WHAT YOU WAHT f
5. ,;5v . iS Ary m:r, w'- ,s diseased nnd dlscour- 1
1 Jv- J&iBSm nnct- today ',s 110 ono to blame but him- 1
I SLl. " "Sssi !C' There Is nov absolutely no excuse
I -jtfmErrii- i 11 for n mnn to '"ow himself to jjrndually Q
I ffiSwSKKS&. 1 Jgf&v vasto away In the clutches of a Private I
I ffSllPrNr lm-witwtk Disease. If you are a nuffercr from a H
1 "iCnSwfSSSiBaS which you should well know B
E ruftftX vcW!aK'Siwl11 ln tlmo make a total physical fl
r Riwraitiavi VBWuiiuiEjBttvrcck. of you. you may attribute your
I i m for men rVo6uonsaio? ,vene sirA
I modpratf rHARrp; neglect to give yourself the attention
I c a i a ncA i i Mr w,,,cl1 yu wel1 know yur condition de-
I r aik ut Auirjfj mands. or you have never nlaced uom-
I FAITHFUL SERVICE scf m thc hand.-, of a Specialist Comne
1 AND LASTING CURES tent and Reliable Specialist. It ' requires
I arc rcsponslblo for my Iminonso more than ordinary ability to cure inv 1
I pmctlce, tho Inn;e3t in thin city. one of tho dlseaaes of which I have mVc
Consult tho best. a life work and specialty. c
I Cure All Blood and Skin Diseases Never to Return.
I Cure, Nervous Debility; No Stimulant, But Permanent. I
f Cure All Urinary Diseases Without Surgery In Any Form 8
l Cure All Complicated and Associated Diseases of Mcn I
THE ACKNOWLEDGED LEADING SPECIALIST FOR MEN I
Men make no mistake whn thev romo to u.s. "We r;lvc you tho result nf I
lont; experience, honest. coriMcIentlous work, and the best servico that Z . I
can buy. If you nrc alllnff. connult un. Medicines furnished in our urivitt 0
laboratory Horn Jl.oO to $'J.r0 a course. J'rivaio u
, If oii ciinnot cnll. write for self-oxamlnallon blank. Hours. 0 a. V tr. I
S I M. dally. Sundays, 3 to 12 only. 10 1
SALT LIKE MEMUi 3PISTIT0TE
159 1-2 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. j
O'HIGHESTESTS FILLS i
siSOLD BY ORUGCISTS EVEfiRffiaK, ;
A Queer (fltpi
W onr records B
CCP over ii. 7M?
each customer J C,W I
uur "uro nerved
Makes no dhSi; E
who is elected ml .4
dent, we will mr
open to recciveX
tions toward ourmT
ing our office fuSjg
"This is the Plij
Office 277 S.Mag.
Election is overSul
Crops are bountifoB
Prosperity is inciwc
Under nil couditioas, j
good place for you to do 4S?ut
your bnnkiug business ii mfi
STOCKS, BONDS, i
James A. PoIIocliBj
BANKERS AND BR0KlP
S33.J35 South Main Street Rji
Salt Ukt City. JI
Direct Prlvata WIr to &E
Duplex System One R'f HEw
and BoitCA KZj
Correspondents Mcmbrri H
Btouku Carrlod on Llbjfi 'K
The Denver & Rio W
Railroad Co. Stjn
Effective May 1?.
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