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I PROFITS OF THE
First Two Months of Year Sees
Vast Fortune Paid m
SILVER AND LEAD
STOCKS THE LEADERS
Certainly Room for Optimism
Among the Mine Owners
Certainly Ihcre Is cause for a feeling
of optimism anions American mine own
ers and operators, when according to
reports made to the Mining World It Is
shown that, although the year 1911 la but
two months old. It has been possible, de
spite continued general low price condi
tions and production curtailment, for sixty-two
mines and works to distribute
among shareholders S14.020.87o. In addition
to these satisfactory dividend rot urns are
the disbursements of llvo securities hold
lncr rornorntlons. which, for the two
I months of the year, have divided among
widely scattered shareholders J2.294.027.
Comparing these disbursements with
thoBe of tho same period In 1010, there
Ie Bhown an Increase of thirteen In the
number of companies contributing ond of
$3,762,234 In tho amount of dividends paid.
It Is also pleasing to note that tho
olxty-Lwo companies participating in the
1911 disbursements have been able In the
years of their operation to divide among
fortunate shareholders the enormous to
tal of J394.19S.1P5. On tho combined Is
sued capitalization of those sixty-two
companies 5431,220,009 this makes a re
turn equivalent to 91 per cent.
Return on. Investment.
Of the sixty-two mines paying dlvi
1 dends this year, forty-five- arc classed as
gold-sllvor-lead-zinc producers and their
disbursements totaled J6,S7fi,030. as
against 54.S37.131 paid by forty-three
companies during the same period in
1910. Since incorporation the. forty-live
companies mentioned have divided among
holders of their stock a total of $125,052.
687, a 92 per cent return on their 513a,
735,459 outstanding capitalization.
Twenty-five- of these forty-five com
panies operate properties in the United
States, and they contributed to tho two
months' total J3.5SS.722. and since incor
poration. SS6.419.940, a 90 per cent return
on the $95,838,381 issued capital. Of the
$8,588,722 paid out in dividends In the
United States by these twenty-five com
i panles so far this year, Nevada contrlb
1 uted $2,524,594. os follows: Goldfield Con.,
$1,779,549; Tonopah. $400,000; Tonopah
Belmont. $225,000: National. $120,000.
Nine Canadian companies, all operating
properties In the Cobalt section of On
tario, contributed to the two months
total to tho extent of $1,902,205, with a
total for these companies to date of $1S.
i 284.871, making a return equivalent to
77 per cent on the Issued $23,374,005 cap
italization. Nipisslng continues as a
leader, having distributed $450,000 among
' . Rleven Mexican companies report hav
ing paid dividends so far this year total
ing $1,375,103. and since Incorporation
$20,345,286. a 123 per cent return on the
$16,523,073 issued capital.
I Copper Profit-Makers.
Included In the sixty-two mines pay
. inc dividends In 1911 are thirteen copper
I properties, all In the I'nlted Slates, and
' which contributed $5,015,363. In the same
period In 1D10 only nine reported as huv
' ing paid dividends and the total amount
was $2,824,490. The thirteen companies
mentioned above have paid dividends
since Incorporation totaling $196,441,222.
a 139 per cent return on the $143,221,560
Issued capital. Nearly one-half of the
i amount paid out during tho two months'
r-erlod came from the newly reorganized
! Anaconda company $2,110,000. The Arl
r.ma Copper companv contributed $402.
i JS". for the year and to date has distrib-1
nted amontr Its shareholders mostly In
I Scol'and S14.S59.i50C. United Verde kept
nn Jts recular monthlv distribution of
s?."000. malting $4fin.000 distributed for
the vear and $27,397,000 to date. Bos
' ion fe Montana contributed to the total
1 for the two months 5400.000.
, Three metallurgical works having an
1 outstanding capital of $lf0.7G3.9r0. paid
1 during the first two months of the year
."..109. 4S2. making their total dividend
j disbursements S71.3S2.37G, which lu a
i splendid record considering that these I
corporations have boon In existence only
I nhout twelve years. The American Smelt-
i ing & Refining company naturally heads
the llsi, hnvlnc paid so far tills year $1.-
375.000 $S75.n00 to holders of preferred
' stock and $500,000 to holders of common.
I At the head of the securities holding
( corporations stands Amalgamated, whose
1 dividend disbursements this year totals
5769,439. Copper Range Is second with
$576,277 to Its credit, while Mines com
! pany of America ranks third with $450,000,
I Outlook for March.
Judging by tho reports already made to
the Mining World the month of March
will prove an exceptionally Interesting
j period to holders of stock In American
, mines and works.
The accompanying table gives tho
amount of dividends paid during Feb
ruary, the. date of payment and amount
Company. Date, siiarc. Amt.
Amalg. Mont Feb. 27 $0.50 5769.433
Amparo. Mex Feb. 10 .03 60.000
Ariz. Copper, Ariz. Feb. 25 .03 462.285
Boston & Montana.Feb. 15 4.00 400.000
Buffalo. Ont Feb. 15 .05 50,000
Bunker Hill & S. .Feb. 4 .25 81,750
Camp Bird. Colo... Feb. 10 .24 196.800
Champion. Mich... Feb. 7 1.00 100,000
Conlagns, Ont ..Feb. 1 .45 360,000
Cn. Reserve. Ont.. Feb. 15 .05 88.442
TJe Lamar. Idaho.. Feb. '23 .25 20.000
Elkton Con.. Colo. .Feb. 15 .01J 37.500
( Frontier. Wis Feb. 1 3.00 3,717
j Hecla, Idaho... Feb. 20 ,10 10 000
1 Homestnke. S. D.. Feb. 25 .50 109 000 1
Int. Nickel, pfd....Feb. 1 1.50 133.CS9 j
T..ucky Tiger. Mex. Feb. 15 .05 35.750
Mohawk, Mich Fob. 1 1.00 100 000
Morj.-Madon.. Colo. Feb. 15 .01 10 000
Parrot. Mont Feb, 27 .15 3l,'7S
Schoenherr-Walt'n Fob. 28 .30 3 000
i T. & H. B Out... Feb. 13 3.00 23'"S3
Tuolumne. Mont. . .Feb. 15 .15 l'O 000
Tom Reed. Ariz Feb. 20 .03 "7'SG
I'nlted Verde. Arlz.Feb. 3 .75 oT,'000
! Wellington. Colo. .. Feb. 20 .on 5q'oqq
5 SALT LAKE CITY j
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j will prove a boncfit to you in all
s of your business transactions.
We ask the privledge to serve you.
' i The Oldest Bank in Utah.
! Established 1859. j
I' Capital $250,000.00
H' Surplus 125,000.00
IDAHO Mir SECURE
Eagle District Looking So Well
That It May Get a
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPOKANE. Wash., March 5. The Jack
Walte mine. In tho F.agle district of the
Coeur d'Alenes. has entered tho list of
active shipping properties, tho oro being
delivered on sleds to Eagle, Idnho, where
It Is loaded on earn for transporting,!
tho smelter. Five hundred sacks hnffil
been filled with ore. which runs rngre
than $70 In lead, silver and gold uT the'
ton. C. F. Van Do Water, traveling. audi
tor of the Oregon-Washington Railroad
& Navigation company, who recently Iter
spected the property, announces he, v.n?r
recommend tho construction of a feeder,
lino from Eagle to tho mine.
Patrick Burko, who is Interested, de
clares he will guarantee 100 tons of ore
dally for years to conn- as soon as the
road Is built. Fifteen men arc em
ployed, hut this force will be enlarged
ns soon as accommodations are provided
at the mine. The tunnel Is In HO feet
and the ore throughout the ledgo main
tains unbroken width of twelve reel, of
which two-thirds Is clean shipping ore.
The values are: Silver. 15 ounces to
the ton; lend. 75 per cent, and gold, from
a truce to from $2 to $3. The property
comprises three claims and a fraction.
IRON BLOSSOM TO
The Eureka Reporter has the following
many Interesting comments on various
Jt Is now almost certain that the Iron
Blossom company will piiy n 10-cem divi
dend, or about J 100.000, dining the pres
ent month or early In April. The direc
tors of both the Iron Blossom and Colo
rado companies will meet at Provo next
wcok, and there Is no question but what
the regular quarterly dividends will bo
paid. It. Is said that one of the com
panies will pay In March and the other
in April In order to distribute the work
attached to the payment of these divi
dends at the Knight offices at Provo.
It is reported that afLer paying out tho
last dividend the treasury of the Iron
Blossom contained about $100,000, anil
since that time money has been pouring
Into the company's strong box at a very
lively clip. If the present rate of ship
ping continues, the second quarterly divi
dend from this mine for tho year 1911
will probably be $150,000.
Superintendent Nichols was In camp on
Wednesday from the I.ehl Tlntlc prop
erty In North Tlntlc. and states that de
velopment work Is going merrily along.
This week work was discontinued In tho
main tunnel, which Is now In something
over 100 feet, and another tunnel started
for the purpose of opening an entirely
new vein from which some good surface
assays have been received. .Mr. Nichols
did not have much to snv about the
property, but Intimated that there might
be something of Interest to hand out to
the public within a few weeks.
The pumping plant which supplies wa
ter for the Centennial Eureka, the F.ul
llon Beck and May Diiy mines, and which
was put out of business by fire a couple
of weeks ago. whs started up again on
Saturday of last week. The pumping
machinery was repaired under the direc
tion of James Knnwlcs, master mechanic
of the. Centennial Eureka mine, and while,
the repairs were being made a big force
of carpenters rebuilt, the building over
1 the machinery.
j The pumping plant Is owned by the
I Centennial Eureka and Bullion Beck
J. Will Knight, manager of the Knight
mines, has boon absent from the state
for the past few days, and upon his re
, turn a contract will no doubt be let for
i the sinking of the shaft at the Swansea
Cons, mine at Silver City. James Dugan,
a well known local mining man. wlil per
haps be- awarded the contract, which
calls for sinking the shaft to a depth
of about 1000 feet. A number of local
mining men havo considerable faith In
the Swansea, and the news that work is
to be taken up soon, resulted In the pur
chase of some pretty large blocks of the
Dragon Starts Drift.
Early In the present week drifting from
botli the S00 and 1000 levels of the Drag
on mine at Silver Cllv was started.
These drifts will cut through a vcrv in
I Cresting section of mineral ground." and
the work will be watched carefully bv
those who have always been of the opin
ion that the Dragon property contains
rich ore deposits beneath the large bodies
of iron from which the heavy shipments
are now being made.
Iocal people have for some time been
expecting the Victor Cons, mine to re
sume work, but the officials of the com
pany are not prepared to say when work
will again bo taken up. There Is some
little money In the treasurv, and thero
are reasons to believe that the develop
ment of the company's ground will be
under way early In the coming spring.
Like most of the other Tlntlc stocks,
Victor has been active for the past few
IDAHO ROAD BOUND
TO DEVELOP LINES
Special to The Tribune.
SALMON CITY. Ida.. March 5. Owing
to the proposed extension of the Gilmoru
& Pittsburg railroad down the river from
Salmon, considerable interest Is being
taken In the gold-bearing properties in
the neighborhood of Indian and Big
creeks. The Old Kentuck has a record
of having produced, through amalgama
tion. lS6.i3.000. during the years from 1SSG
The Ulysses. Kittle Burton and others
have also demonstrated that the ore Is
easily milled by the simple stamp and
plate process, yielding from $9 to $15
from any of tho big vertical veins: de
velopment has proved the continuity of
I tho ore. which changes little In charac
ter: depth ilnds a gold ore that easily
The 0termoor group of claims, owned
by Anderson Bros., in this locality, show
veins that average four feet In width,
where developed by the 300 and tlOO-foot
tunnels at depths of S00 and 100 feet,
respectively. Small mill runs havo shown
a saving of 50 per cent of the gold
values. and a concentrate thai saves an
other 10 per cent- Assays and mill run
tests show A consistent average value
of $12 to the ton In gold. Survevs made
or the proposed railroad extension show
that it will cut one vein of the Ostor
moor group of claims.
SALT LAKE TALENT
LOOKS TOWARD VALDEZ
Special to The Tribune.
VALDEZ, Alaska, March 5. This camD
s rapidly filling up with strangers amog
hem being a liberal sprinkling of min
ing men from Utah. Vaughn JI. Clark,
son of former Mayor John Clark, Is a
withB,val Wh0 .ln.ys that nc wln remain
hi .i 10 ,camJ! lhl8 Jammer "oping that
no win be able to become Interested In
r.e?igrofJ- '"qu'r'CR om Harold
hunntfi,ci Tih(?m8 anrt Atnel Rollins
Indicate their Intention of coming north
ulZVfm0r' ,r Clark tnat he
Knows or more, than a. score of Zlon rcs-
felty. 8mnier Valdcz and
T'!"P,urInrT .mInln conditions here with
In nfrvhV.a)?r ravorB t,,fs Pnrl of tho
country for the reason that, unlike his
home state it does not require such In -
ertles are placed on a. producing has Is
Tnhnim:0n,Uc"K Properties' here havo beer
whl?-mm,.-.0.', t,,r ,1rst ro,,rl of linlOH
SM,,hKnthil nf;a,'05;i Voor man's t-ainj
than any other place lio has visited.
DESERTS If ILO
Government Trying to Locate
Commercial Deposits in (he
The present discussion regarding pot
ash gives Interest to any uvnllable facts
and figures concerning potash salts.
These salts are discussed In n report Just
published hy the United States geological
survey as an advance chapter or Its vol
ume. "Mineral Resources of the United
JStalos. calendar year 1010." According
to this report, which was prepared by
ly. C. Phalen or the survey, all potash
Salts of mineral origin now consumed In
Jthe United States are Imported, chiefly
l The principal source of the German I
motash Is an enormous deposit at Stasa-
furl, which, at the present into of ex
plollttlon, will last. It has been esti
mated, about lino.DOO years. The report
describes ibis deposit In general,
sketches Its probable mode of origin, and
gives lists of the minerals It contains.
Potash Una Many "Uses.
Many kinds of nolusli salts are Im
ported into the United Stales from Ger
many, where n ocoro or more of mines
are In operation. These salts are used
for many and diverse purposes In gold
mining, glass making, soap making,
bleaching, dyeing, photography, medicine,
lu making explosives, lu fertilizers, and i
In many other ways. j
The value of I he Imports of potash In i
tho fiscal year 1010 was more than 511.
OOu.000, and the Imports have been In
creasing at a rapid rate from year to
Potash Is an nbundanl constituent f
many rocks and minerals found In the
United States, and experiments have
lately been made to devise means of ;
profitably extracting It from the rocks.
The waters of some western lakes, ns ,
Owens and Mono lakes. California, alo j
contain polnsh and Indicate that the beds,
of evaporated lakes in the desert regions .
of California and other states may In
clude large amounts of potash. Potas
sium nitrate has been found In the des
ert region northeast of Salton. Cal.
Deposits of rock salt. In Michigan are
also of Interest In this connection.
Ited bods of the southwesledn United
Stales contain deposits of gypsum and
rock salt, and mny be possible sources of
potash sails. The report suggests that
those hods might profitably be explored
In places where conditions favor the ac
cumulation of such salts. I
Potash may he derived from orpnnlc
sources, as from wood ashes and sea
weed. The giant seaweeds of the
California coast contain polnsh salts, but
no experiments have yet been made to
recover them on a. commercial scale.
The report covers twenty-four pages, i
and Is of live Interest In connection with
the current discussions of the potash ;
industry. It may be obtained free bv I
applying to the director. Unllul States j
geological survey. Washington. D. C.
MUSIIERS INTO VALDEZ
WILL NEED HARD CASH
Special to The Tribune.
VALDEZ. Alaska. March 5. The gold
hungry horde Is fast lining this staid old
town, and the militant, keen -eyed stran
ger can already count heads with tho old
timer, feeling that the hitler has but a
slight advantage In number. It Is but
u abort time when the new arrivals will
be far In the majority, and Valdcz will
then lesemble yie regular old-fashioned
boom camp. Every boat clearing for this
port has been selling its last accommoda
tions days In advance of Its sailing date
and it Is evident to those who have been
watching this section of the country that
the coming summer will witness the
greatest rush since the days of Dawson.
Mixed in the crowd now arriving nre
numbers of men who have spent their
last cent for passage to the new Eldo
rado, and these will no doubt suffer many
hardships until the snow leaves the
ground. There are others, called by the i
authorities "undesirables." who. lured by
the tales of riches and the Impending
"rush." have come with the hope of reap
ing their own peculiar harvest. Things
have changed in this northern country
during the last decade, and such ns these
will ilnd. In many Instances, that the 1
days of the parasite are fast receding.
HORN SILVER KEPORT
ISSUED IN THE EAST
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON'. March 5. The I-Iom Silver
company reports for the year ending De
cember 31. as follows:
Gross receints. 5110,1.7: operating ex
penses. 51UI.7P5: net earnings. $10,342. Pre
vious surplus, ??.7.010; profit and loss sur
plus, $1 3ii$. The ore extracted and
shipped during the year amounted to
10.057 dry tons of an nverago value of
$-4.'.'ii per ton.
The metal contents of the oro were 3.
170.HR pounds of lead; iVJ.229 pounds of
copper; 337,77t"i pounds of zinc; L'0,044
ounces silver: 1A ounces gold.
A Cold, Lagrippo, Theu Pneumonia
Is too often the fatal sequence. Foley's
Honey and Tar expels the cold, checks
the JriRTippc and prevents pneumonia.
It is a prompt and reliable eolith medi
cino that contains no narcotics. It is
as safe for your children as your
self. Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, five
! Corrects the Little Ones I
CHILDREN'S PANACEA p- 1
pnrod by the Graofcnberg Co., of A
Novr York) is Clio old-fashioned A
but over effocLivo remedy for In-
fantile Jaundice and DIarrhcca. 3
Contains no opiates and is harm-
less In oporatlon. Druggists $
havo been selling this medicine for ft
'A 65 years. K
to read the article
by Roger W. Bab
son on page 33 of !
the Saturday Evcn
i n g P o s t d a t c d
March 4th. It con
tains a lot of good
tilings for Bankers
and for those who
bank their money
aud those who do
JAMES i P9LL0CX I CO.
Bankers and Brokers,
333-335 South Main St.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
New Felt Building.
Correspondents, Memners Now York.
Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
and Boston Stock Exchanges. Chicago
Board of Trade and New York Cotton
Private wires to all the world.
Ordors executed in any market.
Listed slocks carried on liberal terms.
Orders in Utah mining and commer
cial stocks given special attention.
, . amount of businuss
done, receive every courtesv in all mat
ters of business entrusted to us and
there Is nothing in safe banking wo can
Talk It over with our cashier.
The Utah National Bank
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
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Through Pullman sloepcrs to Chicago
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J ASSIGNEE'S SALE.
I The une'ersigned offers for sale the
; stock of goods, fixtures, tannery, book
arnunts find reil estalo of the Malad
Leather nml Harness Co. nt Malad. Ida..
i.unsUtlng of the following:
Rem estate and tannery ...$('.000
St'ou pounds of harness leather -2S00
10 sets of work harness... 1120
IS .single driving harness 13fi
Stork harness and hardware 267-1
Tools In harness shop CfiO
Account receivable ' HG0
Tins tannery offers an excellent opon
ing for a pnrty who can make a small
investment, being situated where raw
products are easily secured and where
there is a ready market for all output.
Hlds will be received up until 12 o'clock
noon. March 15th. at the officu of the
undersigned at Malad. Ida., for all or any
parcel of the above articles.
Hlds must bo accompanied by a certi
fied check or current funds for 10 per
cent of the amount offered, which will
be refunded If the bid Is not accepted.
The right Is reserved to reject any and
For further Information consult the
I undersigned or the Utah Association of
Credit Men. Boston bids.. Salt Lake City,
Utah. R. T. OWE.W
Malad. Ida., Trustee.
Tlalr.bow Mining Company of Utah.
1'rlnelpal place of business. No. 32
South Main street. Salt Lako City,
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, held on tho 27th d.iy
of January. 1011. an assessment of one
eighth (i) cent per sharo was levied on
the capital stock of the corporation, pay
able on or before tho 25th day of March.
1911. to Erne3t M. Fowler, secretary and
treasurer, at the office of tho company.
No. 32 Sobth Main street. Salt Lake City.
Utah. Any stock upon which this as
sessment may remain unpaid on tho 25th
day of March. 1911. will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction,
and unless payment is made before, will
be sold on the 20th dav of May. 1911. to
pay the delinquent assessment, together
with the cost of advertising and expense
of sale. ERNEST M. FOWLER.
Secretary and Treasurer
Office. No. 32 South Main Street. Salt
Lake City. Utah. b3CS
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
O. K. Silver Mlnlnn. and Milling Co. of
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the directors, hold on tho 28th day
of January. 1911. nn assessment of throe
(3) mills per share was levied on tho
capital stock of the corporation that Is
Issued and outstanding, payable on or
before the 15th day of March, 1911. to
A. J. Parry, secretary and treasurer, at
the office of the company. Bingham Can
yon. Utah. Any stock upon which this
nsaessmunt may remain unpaid on tho
15th day of March. 1911, will bo delin
quent and advertised for sale at public
auction, and unless payment is made
before, will be sold on the 20th day of
April. 1911. to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with the cost of adver
tising and expense of sale.
A. J. PARRY.
Secretary aud Trcasuror.
Postofflce Address, Bingham Canyon
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court In and for Salt Lako county,
state of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of John I. Prye, deceased. No
tice of rale.
The undersigned will sell at private
sale, on or after the 11th day of March
1911. tho following described property, to
Lot 1. block S. section 10, township
1 south, range 1 east. Salt Lake merid
ian, containing 2.9J acres, more or less
together with two shares of surplus wa
ter stock In the Pleasant View Irrigation
Bids will be received at the office of
tho undersigned. No. 301 D. F. Walker
building. Salt Lake City. Utah. Terms
of sale. cash.
THOMAS ALSTON. Administrator.
Dated February 25. 1911.
Stewart. Stewart & Alexander. Attorneys
for Administrator. b2G(U
Denver & Rio Grande TimeTable
Depart Dally. jn effect June 19. 1910.)
Provo. Mantl and Mnrysvale.. 7:50 a. m.
BliiBhatn and Mldvale S:00 a, m.
en.ver4. Chicago and east S:10 a. m.
ar,it City 8:2o a, m.
Ugden and Intermediate points. 10:25 a, m.
Ogacn and San 'Francisco 1M5 p. m.
Ogdsn. San Francisco and Port
land 2:25 p m.
Mldvalo and Blnghnm 2:50 p". m.
Denver, Chicago and east 4:05 p. m.
Provo. Tlntlc and Inter, points 5:05 p. m.
Ogden and Intermediate points fl:l0 p. m.
Denver. Chicago and east.... 7:10 p. m
Grand June, and Intor. points. 7:20 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco and Port-
,and 11:30 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco and Port-
rJa,nd "U 5:00
Ogden and Intermediate polnts.10.00 a. m.
Provo. Tlntlc and inter. polnts.l0;20 a. m.
Bingham and Mldvalo 10:50 a. m.
Denver. Chicago and east 1:30 p. m.
Ogden and Intermediate points 1:15 p. m.
Denver. Chicago and east 2:15 p. m.
Grand June, and Inter, points. 2:30 p. m.
Ogden and San Francisco.... 3:55 p. m.
Park City 5:00 p. m.
Bingham and Mldvale 5:45 p. m.
Provo. Mantl. Marysvalo. He-
. b?r 6:05 p. in.
Ogdon. San Francisco and Port
land 7:00 p. tn.
Ogden. San Francisco and Port
land 7:10 p. on.
Denver. Chicago and eoat 11:15 p. m.
F 6gS.00 REAL MONEY
0 We recently eollccled this money for tho following cllonta. Bead:-tho IIbl'
h You may know somo of them:
a J. Q. Cameron. S53 Plornonl avo., cltri'
S laBsa W P" &rortcnson' 300 & 2nd. So. bw
fi ffMX$&& . George E, EdwnrdB, Ophix, Utah. "
K ffl&f&tW' Sr&v Mrs. Nelllo Mooro, city. -J
8 STO&i Rocky Mountain Boll Tclsphono Cof
d Sfjz Sego Implomont Co., city.
i&rSr-v i&fcB) Sorenson & Larson, city. i
f WTZ$&VZZ 'ftSB Ogden Furniture & Carpet Co., Ogdea?
C VLVC Utah.
9 l&XSsS " 3 Wllbert Marquardaon, Adm., 931 So. 9th
P KV -P "5V E. St.. city. '
1 'k fas &t M- J. Hardin. 373 Woat So. T. at., tit?,
I A?f Of Calderwood Bros.. Coalville. Utah. 1 i.
Is fc-.A. Mansfield, Murdock & Co., Beaver .Clly;
0 Georgo S. Martin. Casper. Wyo.
Wf Mrs. Lena Larson, 257 N. 1st W. at?
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J Mgs!& J William M. Hughes, Melville- Sla,, Naw-
I V 11 Alamosa.' Dry Goods Co.. Alamosa, Cal?
1 -rfeS'Shl f B. P. Deal. 165 E. 4th So. St.. city.
yfflSvS JslVf Continental Llfo Insurance & Inveit-
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t Richardson & Adams, city. Juries recolved In railroad accident!''
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, Dr. Fred Stauffer, city. noma monoy for you.
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Return Mining company. Location of
principal place of business. Salt Lako
. Notice There are delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
assessment No. 7. levied on tho ISth day
of January. 1011. the .several amounts set
opposlto the names of 'tho respective
shareholders, as follows:
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
5 John Walters 76,125 $100.31
40 M. L. Browning. 00,000 150.no
7 John R. Clay 500 1.25
12 S. Kusauo 300 .75
44 W. C. Blocker 625 1.50
45 Erastus Christiansen .. 5,000 12.50
And in accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors mudp on
the ISth day of January, 1911. so muny
shaves of each parcel of such stock as
may he necessary will be sold at the.oH
flee of the company, GC1 East SecoM
South. Salt Lake City. Utah, on the lHH
day or March. 1011, at two o'clock p.
of said day. to pav delinquent assessniM
thereon, together with the cost of aaveM
Using and expense of sale. jH
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. tH
National Bank of the RcpubljjB
A thoroughly modern savings .IfiH
ment conducted in connection "V'JB
bank. Safo deposit boxes for rent U,1M
Depository. . uiH
Frank Knox, president: James A. WZM
ray, vice president; W. F. Earls, casni
E. A. Ctilbertson. assistant cashier. -jiH
Capital paid in, 5300.000. latere" P"H
on tlmo deposits ''H