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Vol. XII. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, March 20, 1907. """ rb.Sj" H
I THE MERCUR MINER.
Published Every Wednesday.
THE MINER PRINTING & PUBLISH
Offlco publication, Center Street, Mer
Ono year, $2. CO; six months, $1.50;
three mouths, $1.00.
This paper Is entered ns second-class
matter nt tlio post omca nt Mercur,
1 C W. BVHIIS LOCAL MANAGER
Sunday, 11 Silver, C9c; copper,
24e; lead, $C.
Tuesday, 12 Silver, G8c; copper,
21c; lead, ?G.
Wednesday, 1.1. Silver, C8 3-8c;
copper, 24 5-8c; lead, $0.00.
Thursday, 11 Silver, C7c; coi
per. 24 c; lead, $G.
Krlday, 1C Silver, G7c; copper,
24c; lcadll $C.
Saturday, 1G Sliver, G7&c; copper,
24c; lead, $G.
They say that tho diamond fields of
KImberly, Africa, woro found by acci
dent, that ono shining stono wns tho
forerunner of tho greatest diamond
fields In tlio world. So It happens
with men. Occasionally a bright
gleam In man Is found and the world
takes notice. Such a man wns Alan
ovey. Ho was n gleaming treasure
In tho general sordldness of tho
world; n young man who wns truo ns
n friend who wns a loving father nnd
husband and a noblo son'. Had ho not
been a shining mark, death would
not yet hnvo Intervened. Mr. Lovey
died at Reno, Nov., Inst Monday
morning at 1 o'clock of pneumonia.
Tho dispatches say that ho was sing
ing up to tho very tlmo tho end enmo.
It wns an cpltomo of his life. Ho
was a bright young man, yet his
genius did not cloud his lovo for his
follow man nnd especially for his co
laborers In tho journalistic field. His
wns n nature that, under tho lnlluenco
of congenial friendship, expanded
and grow. His cartoons la tlio Her
ald of this city beenmo known nil
over this country, and ho wns rapidly
forging to th a front In his profession.
Ills bumoiposscssed tho keoncss
"a- t 'thnfeomos only from a broad mind
nnd an oxpanslvo heart, nnd while
lio could convoy his point, yet ho
novcr offended. In tho death of
Alnn Lovey. cartoonist, gentleman
nnd loynl friend, tho world loses, his
friends loso nnd tho loving wlfo nnd
llttlo baby and bin dear old mothor.
Ills constnnt thought, will foci
more nnd moro ns tlmo passes on tho
Threat, aching void ho has loft behind.
Tint In going ho hns left a horltngo
that no many do ho loaves friends
by tho thousands, n wlfo nnd child
who will nover forget him, and a
gray-haired mothor who may ench
day thank God for tlio trcasuro Ho
lind glvon her, will hnvo her grief
assunged by tho knowledge that thou
sands of voiceless prayers go up with
liors to tho homo In tho sky from
which will como comfort . nnd nt
last poaco, such ns ho found.
FOR UNITY ONLY.
Rural Itepubllcnn Salt Lake.
No organization can or over will go
amlBS that has as Its underlying mo
tlvo that of unity Scoffers and In
politics scoffers nro only tlioao who
look for much, nnd, Justifiably, get
llttlo nro wont to deride nnd hold
linck In tho traces. Hut llko tho other
Jackasses who nttompted tho samo
font, tho collar draws too tight nnd
they choko to death. Hut, waiving tht,
question of Jackasses In politics nnd
thero nro many and dealing with tho
question In tho abstract, unity of pur
poso for good can never fnll, especial
ly If thnt union has for Its groat ob
ject tho solidification of a stnto.
Tho United Republicans nro for
amity. Tho United Republicans nlm
only to cement togethor tho closo
bonds now existing In tho hearts of
thoso loynl to tho principles of tho
"Grand Old Pnrty." Hut, unfortunate
ly, tho principles of tho Republican
pnrty In this stnto havo been lirgoly
relegated to tho background by tho do
slro of cortaln sots of politicians to
so regulnto civic affairs that any nn
tlonal party shall bo merged Into and
become n part of their own, private,
organization. Ab to n tiamo, that Is
' not matorlal, that Is, to their way of
thinking. Hut If thoso samo men had
tho wolfnro of n stato nt heart; If
thoso men could hco nn inch beyond
their own narrow vision, thoy would
seo thnt n hrondmlndod wny of hand
ling public nffnlrs would react to their
jjreater credit than nny coureo thoy
can possibly pursuo under present
conditions. It is not a matter of tho
destiny of a city or n stato with them:
It Is merely n question of control of
ofllco, nnd control of olllco by thorn
means tho repudiation of all thoso
principles sacred to proud American
pltl'on'Mn Tho flng Romn "f
thorn should bo an emblem to bo
shown only on the fourth of July, nnd
tho rest of tho year hid In some foi
gotten nttlo whoro tho cobwebs nnd
mildew could gather and dim tho Ins-'
tie of tho red, whlto nnd Muo.
It Is to ollmlnnto such elements that
tho United Renubllcnn's organization
was started. Tho Republican party Is
not tho only party that Buffers under
such a burden. Every great party
does, and, oven in this city a certain
partv of dubious antecedents nnd
mushroom growth labors under tho
same dlsndvantogo. Thoro nro n great
many people In thnt party that arc
really sincere; that bellovo they aro
working out tho destiny of a Btato;
that It's greatness and expansion lies
In their hands. Hut they nro just ns
shortsighted as any clement or ele
ments In tho real parties arc, for their
range of vision does not extend be
yond tho lines of their environments,
beyod tho llno-llnilt of their vision.
Now, It Is to adjust not necessarily
to plncatc thoso different elements
thnt tho United Rcpubllcnns wns
started. It alms for n "Greater Utah,"
n Utah that SHALL take rnnk with
Its Aster states In this great old
country. It believes that tho destiny
of n state comes first and that party
elements nnd bickerings should be
relegated to tho background. It be
lieves that Utah stands on tho thresh
old of nn unprecedented era of pros
perity; It bellovcs that now Is tho
tlmo to get out nnd push nnd help
tho good work along; that now Is tho
tlmo for everybody to get togethor
nnd forget old nnlmosltles nnd ndopt
n new slognn for tho future It alms
to hold out n hopo to thoso despair
ing ones who can seo no brightness
ahead ; It nlms to show thoso loynl
ones, who, cither crossing tho plains
pushing n handcart, or being born
nud raised hero, learned to rovorenco
thoso deeds, thnt tho safety and not
tho tolcranco of a stnto Is in their
hands. It nlms to cducatn tho people
of Utnh to a piano wherein Us pcoplo
can bid all tho world welcome, know
ing thnt tho past with Its contentions,
blckorlngH nnd strlfo has been wiped
out, nnd that It wants tho good pco
plo of nil tho earth to como and join
In tho good work.
That's what unity will accomplish;
Hint's what tho word "united" means,
nnd tho United Republicans enn work
only for tho good nnd for tho up
building of Utah, Its pcoplo nnd Its
Somo pf tho papers occasionally
mention tho coming of tho big comet
In a scary sort of connection. Fudge!
Thoso heavenly tramps nrc, next to a
Desoret Nows editorial, tho thinnest
things going; one of them (tho com
ets) wouldn't hurt tho enrth if It
bumped right up ngnlnst our sphere,
which It won't. HesldcB, this particu
lar ono won't be vlslblo till tho mlddlo
Whether pending movements In
thnt direction accomplish anything or
npt. It is .BincMOlx.4oiJl-ihopod; flics
conl situation will bo no worso next
winter. That one thing is bad
Tho Thnw case being now practi
cally ended, If not nctunlly so by tho
tlmo this reaches Its readers, wo cac
look forwnrd with Interest to the next
criminal sensation with wealthy
Hnrrlmnn's testimony In tliu rail
way Investigation would In placet)
read llko thnt of n crank, If ho were
not so wealthy nud powerful ns to pre
clude such n conclusion.
Hurry up somo of thoso big prize
fights! Society Is becoming stugunut
for want of that particular form of dl-veislon.
Local & News Items
TOOELE COUNTY OFFICERS.
County Seat, Tooele City.
Clerk Ivan AJnx.
Treasurer K. M. Ormo.
Recorder F. W. Fralloy.
Sheriff A. O. Kvans.
Assessor J. A. Mlllwnrd.
Attorney J. II. Gordon.
Surveyor Haines Grindloy.
Commissioners J. a. Drown nnd W.
Tho L. D. S. Sunday school will
convono Tit 10 o'clock a. in., meeting
nt S o'clock p. m. overy Sunday.
Spoclal Meetings, Deacons' meet
ing Monday ovenlng; touchers,
Wodnosdny evening; choir practice,
Friday ovonlng. J, W. Leo, Bishop.
Monday, tho 11th, 400 shares of Con.
Mercur sold at 14 cents a sharo In
Genonil Manager Georgo II. Dernof
tho Con. Mercur was In Suit Lake. on
Friday nnd Saturday on business.
Sovcrnl men aro at work cleaning
up tho Ingot mlno preparatory to
Ingot got to 10 cents on Saturdny,
S00 shares going at thnt prlco. Fore
running this salo 500 shares wero sold
at U cents n share
Ono thousand shares of Sacramen
to wero Bold at 9 cents on tho Salt
Lnko exchange Monday, tho 11th; 215
Ingot at 5 cents and 1500 ut 5V cents.
Wednosdny last 1,000 shares of In
got sold nt 54 contu. Thursday,
4,(j0O shares sold at G cunts. Tho
snn.o day 1,000 shares of Sacramento
went at 9 cents.
Joo Snraceno was Injured at the
Sacramento mlno Friday evening by
bolng struck with n pleco of timber.
Dr. Thayer and Harry attended to
tils Injuries and reports him painfully
but not seriously hurt.
A. Reeves, secretary of the Consoli
dated Alorcur company, has boon
moving only upon tho higher places
slnco tho 11th, on nccount of tho ar
rival of n now daughter at his homo.
Mr Hooves was doing tho honors
nobly nt his ofllco In tho Dooly block.
Tho Consolidated Mercur company
has decided not to pay its regular
quarterly dividend this month. Coal
shortugo nnd trouble with power and
chnnges being mnde nt tho mill hnvo
trimmed production consldornbb dur
ing the past couple of months, and It
wns decided to whit until things ns
sumed a normal condition.
Sam l'ulll. working nt tho Sacra
mento, mot with a bad accident when
coming oft shift. Ho had occasion to
pass through tho mill on his wny
homo In ordor to make n "short cut."
Not being familiar with tho mill, ho
wnlkcd off n platform, falling on tho
car track nnd brenklng his skull.
Drs. Thayer and Hnrry attended to his
Injuries, which wero found to bo
probnbly fatal. Mr. l'ulll is ut this
writing In the Holy Cross hospital,
and very small hopes arc entertulned
for bis recovery.
ITEMS TOO LATE FOR LAST
Mr. and Mrs. George Leslie enter
tained tho Juvcnllo band Friday even
ing. The occasion was in honor of
their eon nurt. also a member of the
band Musical nnd vocnl selections
were rendered, which reflected great
credit upon their leader, Professor R,
W. Kemp, nnd showed to advantage
tho remarkable talent jiossesscd by
the members. Mnstcra Raymond Nel
son. Roy Treloar, James Franklin nnd
Melvln Daniels rendered vocal selec
tions, which wero excellent. After the
musical progrnnimo tho boys wero
treated to a delightful luncheon of
enkt'. nuts nnd lemonade
Major Evera talked to tho boys,
commending them on their rapid
prrigross, giving them good advice ns
, to their future conduct and applica
tion ns boys which would Insuro n
successful life ns men. Mr Ix'sllo
nlso made u nent speech to tho boys,
endorsing the excellent work of
themselves and Professor Kemp
Mombcrs of Juvcnllo Hand: Mlch
Ujl' Fontnuo, Amos Erath, James
Spendlovo. Minn Pqtorwln, Arnold.
TJJ'IfeTrin'n, ' Tiny Trolonr, James
Franklin, Vivian Hurch, Wosloy Shot,
well. Hert C Leslie, Edgnr Daniels,
Lewis Peterson, James Spendlovo,
Edgnr Thompson, Melvln Daniels,
William Craft, Raymond Nolson
Now uniforms of whlto cloth with
bliio trimmings nro ordered for tho
boys, which nre expected by April 1.
Tho Now Stockton Mining com
pany hns filed application for ten second-feet
of waler from the Great Salt
lake for tho development of 1,000
In n pIcturesiiio spot near what
wns once a considerable lake, nnd
flunked on two Bides by tinture'B grent
upheavals, sits tin pioneer mining
nnd smelting town or Stockton, Utnh.
Founded by tho stalwart soldier, Gen
eial V. 12. Connor, booh nftor lending
his command hither from Callfomln,
the plnco hns over maintained somo
of the characteristics which brought
It Into bolng; push and pull, ndvnnco
nnd climb, keep doing nnd planning
nnd never glvo up tho ship, no matter
though it bo becalmed nt times nnd
not nblo to make much headway. The
worst Is past now and tho bust Is
to come. Stockton has caught the
gait and will bo seen, heaul nud foil
among tho go-ahead communities of
this prosperous stnto.
March 4-5, round trip, $23.65. Limit
March 20th. Dlvcrso routes. Through
Observation irullman cars via Colora
do Midland Railway.
L, H. HARDING.
TO ANY LADY
Interested In Fnncy Work thnt will
send us 12 cents and tho names of
two other ladles, wo will send our 1G
pago cataloguo nnd n sot of six 4
Inch Standard Dollies. Standard Nov.
Co., V. O. Box 50 J, Salt Lnko City,
Salt Lako City, Utah, January 25th,
To William Hennofor nnd Slddy D.
Honnofcr, their holrs, assigns, exe
cutors, administrators, nnd grantees;
nnd to Rebecca H. Jopson, A. H. Hou
nfpr. Ann II. Woodard, Margaret V
Chlpman, Rhoda Y. Nash, Niels P
I-nrsen, A. I Hoppaugh and A. A. Dun
can, or tholr assigns; You nro bore
by nntlflod thnt I hnvo expended dur
Ing tho year 190G Flfty-slx nnd G7-100
S5fiG7) Dollars In lnbor and improve
mouts upon tho following lodo mining
claims situated In Ophlr Mining Dis
trict, Tooelo county. Utah, to-wit-Tho
Fivo-Twonty and tho Ten-Forty
mining claims of record In tho ofllco
of tho county recorder of Bald coun
ty, at Tooele, Utah, In order to hold
said claims under tho provlslnos of
tho Revised Statutes of tho United
States, being the amount required to
hold your nnd my Interests In tho
samo for the year ondlng Docembcr
m - v$waa
f "tyr W'm7waTv "r'-I--' L ' IXPPijriirrtiMynirrr . H
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M ' INSIDE INN Tho only Hotel on the Grounds. JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION. H
nistJlOOC. And IT, within 90 days
frotnjtho personal service of this uo
tiee"T)r within 90 dnys from tho pub
llcatjon thereof, you fall or refuso to
contribute your proportion of such ex
pendituro as n co-owner, your Inter
est InVsald claims will becomo tho
propfty of tho undersigned, your co
owtiqr, who has mado tho required ox
poiu'llureB by the term of said
4 MARTIN S. LINDSAY.
2 Iff E. South Templo St., Salt Lnko
FlrSt publication, Jnnunry .10. 1907.
Lnt publication April 24, 1007.
United Stales Land Ofllco, Salt
LukrCCIty. rtah, January 7, 1907.
To Whom It Mny Concern
NoOco is hereby given that the State
of ytnh hasnicd in this ofllco n list
of lands selected by tho Bald Stato,
aft Indemnity School I-nnds, llndcr ec
tlon(0 of tho Act of Congress, npproved
July) 1C,1S94 Tho follqwing tracts,
embraced In said list, nro found to
hu within six rnlloa or a mining loca-,
UonjajVilw "or ntry. mIzi C-
NE 4 SE Section 4, T G 8 II.
3 W, 8. L. M (Stnto Nn, G68.)
A copy of said lUt, bo far ns It re
lates to said tracts, by doscrlp.rvo sub
divisions, has been conspicuously post
ed in this olllco for Inspection by nny
person Interested, nnd by tho public
Within tho noxt sixty days following
the dato of tho first publication of
this notice, under departmental In
structions of January 10, 190G, pro-to'-ts
or contests ngnlnst tho claim of
tl o Stnto to any of tlio tracls or sub
division. harolnbororo described, on
tho ground Hint tho samo is moro
vnliittblo for mlnornl than for agri
cultural punpoBPS, will bo received
nnd noted for report to tho Gcnornl
Uiiul Olllco, nt Washington, D. C.
Failure so to protost or contest, with
in tho tlmo specified, will bo consid
ered sufficient evidence of tho linn
mineral character of tho tr.icts, nnd
tho solcctlon thereof, bolng other.
wIbo free from objection, will bo rec
ommended for npproval
FRANIC D. HOURS,
First publication Jan. .10, 1907
LnBt publication March 27, 1907
Subierlbe for your local paper.
It now, right nowl
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
UNITED STATES PATENT.
Survey No. 8578
M. A. No. 41C8
United States Ijind Olllco, Salt l-ako
City, Utah. Jan. 15, 190.
Notice is hereby given thnt tho Day
light Mining & Milling Company,
whoso poLtofllco address Is Salt Lnko
City, Utah, by Josoph I. Mcgonth, its
treasurer nnd authorized agent, has
made application for n patent for
1110.0 lliu-nr feet on tho Japan No, G
lodo. bearing gold, sliver uiul other
precious motnls, tho samo being from
the dlscovory south Gl dog. 0G mln.
KaBt. 21 foet, nnd North C3 dog. 50
mln West, 735.G foot, thonco South GO
dog 23 mln. Wost 354.0 foot, with Bur
face ground 300 foot In width on each
side of said lino, sltuato In tho un
surveyed part or T wnshlp 6 South,
Range 4 Wost, 8. I H. & M-, Ophlr
Mining District, Tooolo County, Utnh,
and described by tho official plat
herewith posted and by tho Field
Notes oji fllo In the ofllco of tho Hog
Istor of tho Land Ofllco, nt Snlt Lako
City, Utah, doslgualod by United
Stntos Survoyor-Gonornl of Utnh, as
8urvey No. 5578, ns follows, towlt:
Beginning nt Coruor No. 1, whence
U. S. Mlncrnl Monument No, 4, boars
South 4G deg 03 mln. Wost 1940.2 feot.
Thence North G dog. 20 mln. East
GOO.O foet to corner No. 2.
Thonco North 63 dog. 03 mln. Wost
653 5 feot to corner No. 3.
Thonco South 45 dog. 00. mln. West
G20.0 to corner No. 4.
Thonco South G deg. 20 mln. Wost
12 0 foet to Corner No. 5.
Thence South G5-deg. 10 mln. Eat,
1052 3 feet to corner No. 1, tho placo
Magnetic variation at all cornors of
tho claim 10 deg. 40 mln. Eut.
Total area of Japan No. 0 lodo,. 11.435
Area In conflict with
It No. 170. Barr lodo 0.028
IM No. 1G9. Waterman lode.. 3.GU
Bur No. 467G, Japan No, 2
Me ,. 1.64G
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MARBLE SPRING. WHISKEY, (In 1
Bulk & Bottled In Bond) M
Is gaining new'' friends every day. ; H
.Won't you try ItT For Sale Every. a M
where. X H
RIEQER & LINDLEY, M
N "The Whiskey Merchants." 4 M
Salt Lako City. I H
Sole Distributors. ' H
Sur. No. 457G, Japan No. 2
lodo oxcluslvo of Its conflict
with Lot No. 169 Wntorman
Not area Japan No. 6 lodo 4.2508
Tho names of tho adjoining and
conflicting claims In addition to thoso
heretofore designated, as shown by tho
Japan lodo, Japan No. 3 nnd Sur. 6557
Japan No, 4.
I hereby direct that this notlco bo
published lu tho Mercur Minor, nt Mer
cur, Tooolo County, Utah, n wrokly
nowBpnper, tho newspaper published
nearest tho said mining claims, onco u
week for n period of nlno weokB.
FRANK I). IIOI1I1S.
A. 11. SAWYER, JR.,
Claimant' Attorney, No. 307-8 Trl
buno Hide, Salt Irfilto City, Utah,
Dato of first publication, Jan. 30,
Dato of last publication, Mnrch 27,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOF
UNITED STATES PATENT.
Survey No. 6557
M. A. No. 4169.
United Stntos Laud Olllce, Salt Lnko
City, Utah, Jan. 1G, 1907
Notlco Is Hereby Given: That tho
Daylight Mining & Milling Company,
whoso postoirice address is Salt Lako
City, Utah, by Josoph Megoath, Its
treasurer and nuthorlzod agent, hns
made application for n patent for 1600
linear feet on tho Japan No, I lode,
bearing gold, silver nnd other precious
mctnlB, the samo bolng 1440 ft. north
erly nnd 00 feet southorly from dis
covery shaft thereon, with surfuco
ground 300 feot In width on each sldo
of Bald lodo line, sltuato In tho uusur
voyed part of Township 5 South,
Rango 4 Wo.it, S. L. II, & M., Ophlr
Mining District, Tooolo County, Utnh,
and described by the oUclal plat here
with posted and by tho Field Notes on
fllo In tho ofllco of tho Register of tho
Uind Olllce, nt Salt I-nko City, Utah,
doslgnnted by tho United Stntes Survoyor-Gonornl
of Utah nB Survoy No
C5R7, as follows, to-wlt:
Beginning nt cornor No. 1. whence,
V S. Mlnornl Monument No. 4 boars
South 29 dog. 66 mln. Wost, 3102 foot.
Thunco North G dog. 36 mln. Enst,
1500.0 foet to cornor No, 2.
Thonco South 83 dog. 31 mln. Enst,
GOO.O feet to cornor No, 3.
Tlinnco South G dog. 26 mln. Wost,
1600.0 feot to corner No. 4.
Thonco North 83 deg. 31 mln. West.
GOO.O feot to corner No, 1, the plnco of
Magnetic variation at all corners ot
Survey 1G dog. 40 mln. East
Total area of claim 20. 6GI acres
lo-i nren In conflict with I-ot No 47
II. California Mill Slto 0.301 acres
4rwi claimed and applied for 20 J
Tho names of tho adjoining claims
nro (as shown by tho pint of Survoy)
Survoy No, 457G, Japan No 2 lode
Survoy No, 4576, Jnpan lode
Survoy No. 4576, Japan No. 0 lode
Survoy No. 4576, Jnpan No, 3 lode
I direct that this notlco be published
In tho Morcur Miner, nt Mercur,
Tooolo County, Utah, a woekly news
paper, the newspapor publlshod near
est tho said mining claims, onco 'a
a weok for a porlod of nlno weeks
FRANK D HOHHS,
A. B. SAWYER, JR ,
Claimant's Attornoy, No. 307-8 Trl
buno Bldg., Salt Lnko City, Utah
Dato ot first publication Jan. 30,
Date of last publication March 27,
Wo will dupllcnto nny pleco etworlc H
dono by "tho reputed host dcntistiln. H
Utah" for 30 per cent less ' thanltheV. , ; H
price. chnrged by him. AH work dono'S;; H
undcr'.n written guarantoo ' "9 ' H
"" MECHAM DENTAL CO., n H
' "v 65 Main SL,
8alt Lnko City. H
ah-, r T-",irfr-fy-,r"itorfg,iiiiil . , Jrl
A HINT TO THE INVESTOR.
Halt i.aKo Real Estate is tlio sarosi, J
purest and best thingto buy In 'tho M
whoio wide west. It Is chonp, too H
fnr cheaper than It should bo, consld- JH
erlug resources, geographical location, M
rapidly duvaloplng trlbutnry region, 1
cllmnto and tho attractions of Salt M
Lake Tho country around about lb M
fnr ahead of Salt Lake. Snlt Lnko H
must and will catch up, nnd whllo it is IjH
catching up Is when values will double M
and good money bo mado. H
Do You Yant Work? H
WORK FOR EVERYBODY.
Tonmstcrs, Laborers, Always Wanted 1
Wo Furnish All Kinds or Ilolp.
DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY.
62 East First South, Salt Lnko City
Hell 'I'J'ono 1872-X. Ind. 'i'bono 123
I RTHTofStser & Co., I I
i Atiayer tod Ohwnlrt. 2 H
I let B. W. TMaplc tt, B-U L-ktA
WHU tear fct-Ulag gw.
Fittoen assays or analyses for $3.00. H
Gold, Silver, Load, Copper, Iron, Zinc,
Sllcla, Calcium and Manganoso.
Wrlto for particulars. H
THE HENRY HAN80N CHEMICAL
Analytical an-1 Consulting Chemists,
54 Railroad Building. H
, Denver, Colo., U. 8. A. H
I8ALT LAKE & MERCUR RAIROAD H
! CO. TIME TABLE.
' Elfectlvo December 10, 1905. H
Westbound. Eaatbound. H
No. 1 No. 2
Arrives. Stations. Leaves.
U: 16 a. in Morcur 1:45 p.m. H
'll:00u. ui Summit 1:65 p.m. (
1 10 30 n. in. ... Manning ....2:35p.m.
;i 05n m ... Fairfield ... .3:13p.m.
Leaves Arrives. H
I H neittor B !
H Couphi, H ,
IIH Colifi, Croup, H H
UB Whooplno JHf H
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