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L 6 THE SALT LAKEHERALD LAKE HERALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1903
SILVER BELUS BELUSGREAT BEbL S SgRE
GREAT gRE GREATSHOWING GREATSHOWINGOre T SHOWING SHOWINGOre SHOWING SHOWINGf
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Ore Body Widens From One to toFour toFour toFour
Four and OneHalf One Half Feet FeetOVER FeetI FeetOVER FeeLOVER
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OVER HALF SHIPPING IS GRADE GRADEHKW GRADiEt GRADiEJr1GW GRADEiirv
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HKW YOKE OIBJT SO o VISITORS VISITORSGHBHUn VISit visioasGEMIrI OItS OItSGEJiI1O
GHBHUn XWGRKASBS BOBO BOBOOne JfOR oaex rtL rtLt rtLOne
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One week ago the Silver Bell prop property property ¬ I Ierty
erty adjoining the Comstock at t Park ParkCity ParkCIty 1 1CUI
City boasted bo8Jted a afoot foot of very nice ore orein oreIn
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in the winze win that went down in IncrOMsfluure a acrossfissure acrosflsure
crossfissure below the tunnel level levelLett levelLrut levelLazt
Lett night Manager Sonnedecker came camedown camtdown camedown
down with a gripful of samples a Ul from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the face lac which has just entered the themain themain themairt
main vein and where there is i now ex exposed exp08Nl expoect ¬
posed four and onehalf feet of ore orethe orethe orethe
the greater r > ater portion of which accord according accordIng according ¬
ing to M n appearances will pay hand handsomely handonily ¬
somely to ship Assays will be made madeon madeon
on the samples today and if Manager ManagerKonnedeckers KanqerSonnedecker ManagerSonnedeckera
Konnedeckers Judgment is verified by bythe bythe bythe
the tests the Silver i1ver Bell will not be bemaiw beman bemany
man v days or weeks at the outside out ide in inentering Inentering inentering
entering the regular re lar shipping lists of ofthe otthe ofthe
the earn rainiThe earnThe caziiThe >
The best ore is a mixture of carbon carbonates carbonatea carbonates ¬
ates and sulphides and looks AS ASthough IUthough aithough
though it would carry at least sixty sixtyounces sixtyOunces xt xtounces
ounces silver 20 per cent lead from frontis
150 is to S 5 in gold and possibly po lbly 4 4to 4toper to toper i iper
per cent copper together with a good goodpercentage podJlerefntH goodpercntage
percentage e of iron Work was ordered ordereddiscontinued ordereddlscnnti1ued ordereddisconlinued
discontinued in the fissure on the tun tunnel tunnel tunnd ¬
nel nd level and every energy will now nowbe BOWbfa nowbe
be exerted to reach the main chute chutewhich chutehkh chutewhkh
which hkh cannot be any great distance distanceahead dletanceahfad distanceahead
ahead With more than ISO feet of ofstopi ofetopjng ofstoping
etopjng stopi us ground and a good tunnel tunnelthrough tunnelthrough tunnelthrotigh
through which hkh to send out the th ore the thefcilver thetilvEr thefrilver
fcilver Bell ought to be making maJt1D a noise noiselr
lr > the world during durin the next few fewmonths fewmootha fewmonths
months monthsThe moothaThe monthsThe
The shareholders have been a P Ptient pa patient Patient
tient and persistent lot A great many manythousands manythoullaDds manYthousands
thousands of dollars ra have been spent spentIn
In the effort fort ort to demonstrate the value valueof valuen
o of the ground at depth and the com company comJany cornjany ¬
Jany deserves de erv8 the full measure meaamreol of sue success auccess suecess ¬
cess which now seems assured assuredBBGAXDQCG lUllJunMI1tBGAJUIXG assured1BGL1DING
BBGAXDQCG NEW YORK YORKMine YORKNIne YORKXIne
Mine to be > e Kept KeptOpento Open to Inspection InspectionLatest InspectionLatt InspectionLatest
Latest Report on Conditions ConditionsManager OonditionManaV ConditionsManager
Manager Wilson was again in com communication eomIJ1unlcation cornrriunlcation ¬
munication with Superintendent Fer Ferguson FergU8OJ1 Perguson ¬
guson of the New York Bonansa yes yesterday yesterd7 yesterday ¬
terday He was informed that th thledge the thedge
ledge 1 dge on the 440 level was being opened openedup
up as rapidly as possible though suf suflicient suffldent sufficient
licient time had not elapsed ed since it itias Itas Itas
ias as partially broken into Saturday Saturdaymorning Sturday1nornlnk SaturdayT1OEUIfl
morning T1OEUIfl to tell very much about it itThe ItThe ItThe
The ledge matter on the hanging wall wallside wanlIide wallside
side was highly mineralized and some somechunks BOmehunks someChunkS
chunks which had been taken out the thesuperintendent thesuperintendent thesuperintendent
superintendent thought would assay assaypretty assaypretty y yretty
pretty well So many people had been beenup beenup beenup
up to inspect I t the property that Mr MrFerguson MrFeTlU80n MrFerguson
Ferguson said it had been pretty hard hardwork hardwork hardwork
work during dun the past two or three days daysto da dato daysto
to accomplish al h anything anythingWe anTthlnWe
We have a great many sharehold shareholders ¬
ers in Park City said Id Manager Wil Wilson WIlflon Wilson ¬
son who no doubt feel that they are areentitled arentltled arentltled
ntltled to know for f r themselves them elve just justhow jUlithow justhon
how the mine looks and I am Hot die disposed dlsed dieposed ¬
posed ed to keep them out Their curl curiosity curloJolity curlosity ¬
osity will have been satisfied tl in a short shorttime aborttime shorttime
time and then I do not look for any anyparticular any1artlcular anyparticular
particular trouble on that score I ex expect extct expoet ¬
poet tct though that we shall have to toArrange torranp tol
Arrange l a specified time for taking vip visitors vi viflora vipItors ¬
itors into the property and I Itblftk think we weshall 11ftfIhaJl weshall
shall likely arrange It so that they can canle cane canbe
le e taken underground during < the noon noonhour noonhour I Ihour
hour Whether the mine turns out outood outxnod outgood
good ood or bad we shall keep it as near nearwide nearwide nearwide
wide open for inspection as possible possibleto
to a 0 that no shareholder will feel as asthough ast
though t information of any kind was wasbring WIllIbin wasbing
bring bin withheld withheldThe withheldThe withheldThe
The Heralds Park City correspond correspondnit correspondlosperted
nit inspected the property on Satur Saturday SaturdHY Saturbly ¬
day and sent down the following tolloIn ac account xcIount ace ¬
e count of his h visit visitToe vlaltTJae visitThe
Toe strike reported at the New NewYork Ne Nerk NewYork
York rk Bonanza has been the sole sub subject ubjt subjcct ¬
ject of conversation convtr atloa here for the past pasttwo
two 1 wo vl days Wednesdays Wedae days Herald told of ofthe orthe oflli
the lli encouraging conditions at the mine minend mineI mineand
I and nd that highly hI hly mineralised mln ra1ised rock had hadlen hadlfoen hadlen
len encountered in the drift on the theoo
300 00 level Several of those e on the in inside Inside inside ¬
side already rea4y had pieces of the ore oreOn oreOn oreOn
On the 100foot toot level the new drift driftwhich drifthleb driftwhich
which hleb was started about the first t of ofthe ort ofthe
the t he week is being run in a well defined definedl detlnetlhd deflnedldge
l hd ldge dge about eight el t feet wide all carry carrying carrying carrying ¬
ing values Through Throu h this vein there is isa IJa i ia
a streak of ore about two feet wide widewhich WIdewhich widewhich
which assays y from tests made here hereshout herer heretbout
shout r 190 per ton in silver lead and andgold andgold andgold
gold goldOn
On the 400foot 44tOfoet1evel level work is I being beingprosecuted beiDgTOI8ecUted beingprosecuted
prosecuted on the drift which hal 1a1l just Juetbegun jUl5trngun justbegun
begun to break into the vein there A Anumber AHurnbPl AUTflbOr
number of operators and stockholders stockholdershere atockheldelBhfre stockholdershere
here have been in the mine mi and 4 as a aisult IIl8ult asuIt
isult suIt Park City people are buying the theMock theFtock thevtck
Mock It is safe to say that twothirds twothirdsr twoU rda rdanr
nr r f the NeW York stock sold during the thepast tneJast thepast
past two days was bought by Park ParkCity ParkCl ParkCity
City Cl t7 people peopleGOJCOrr eopleGIIfI peopZeGEMDtI
GOJCOrr GEMDtITwenty 70RC3 nrCRKASED nrCRKASEDTwenty DfCRBASEDTweaty
Twenty Additional i x M A Went on Last LastJttfffet Last1fStrJtt LastNgbt
Jttfffet With More to Follow FollowAt
At the Gemini mine at Eureka a anight aTli aiiight
night Tli ht shift of twenty men went to towork toyork towork
work last nl night ht the force to be still stillfurther stilifurther stillfurther
further augmented upon the arrival of ofa
a new pair of big boilers when whe sink sinking elnkInK sinklOg ¬
InK in the new shaft will be resumed resumedThe retrumedr r umed umedFhe
The r he Gemini G ll shaft is down lCOO 1 feet feetand teetld feetad
and ld is IIIthedeepeatt the deepest on the formation of ofmy ofiny
my 1 ny hole on the Eureka side Consid Considerable Conaldablewater Coflaldirable ¬
erable ablewater water has been encountered in inthe Int
the t hf lower workings workln and a very inter interf JnterHtlnc Interfstiag
sting f condition confronts the manage management mauaaement manageYnent ¬
ment as to whether the fluid comes comesfrom COIMIItrom comesfrom
from a long 10 closed pocket or Is the nat natural natural natural ¬
ural flow from the water level which whichhas whichbas whichhas
has as yet never been reached in the thelime th thlIme thelime
lime belt of Tintlc If the latter latterpumps Itterpumps r rpumpa
pumps will be necessary necessaryThis neceaaryThill necessaryThis
This condition however would be beanything beBnyUdq beanything
anything but a hardship to the t Gem Gemini GemIni Gemml ¬
ini which is now obliged obll < ec1 to raise Its Itswat Utiwnt Itswatr
wat watr r from wells over the divide at atHomansvUle atHOIl1DllYUle atIlomanevflle
HomansvUle Water is worth money moneyout monyjut moneyput
out there and unless it comes in an anunusually anunuua1I7 anunusuiiy
unusually strong stroD flow 80 will be wel weioniod welonmd
< oniod 001 The big ore sone has been beenjen beenJtnfratecl been1n
jen Jtnfratecl Crated for a distance of flfty feet feetlifltuv feetlolcv > t
lifltuv 111 v the bottom of the > shaft and andshows andphows andshos
shows no sign Igo of a bottom It Is said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that shipments ah > ntl from the th bonanza will willV wi1lt1f willb4
V > ittcreawd acrea from now on and an another another antlier ¬
other big dividend is looked for in Oc October Oetobe Oct ¬
tober toberCONTACT tobeCONTACT t ohe oheCONTACT
CONTACT COMPANYS MUTBS MUTBSTonopahs XIJf1ISTODOpah NBS NBSTonopahs
Tonopahs Papers PaperiAocount Account of Salt SaltLakers SaltLakera SaltLakers
Lakers Rich Pi Plek PickUp PickUpThe kT7p kT7pThe Up UpTht
The > last issue of the Tonopah Miner Minerhas Miner11u Minerhas
has this to say of the recently organ organized orlanbed organized ¬
ized Contact companys Nevada prop propprty proprrty propvrty
prty prtyA
A company known as the Contact ContactMining ContactMining ContactMining
Mining company mpany h has s been organized to tonjMrate tooptrate tonprate
njMrate the group of fifteen claims re recently reCelltly receiitly ¬
cently purchased ed by A E Bcttles and andarsocfates andIIJFfondatf andIIFsocIatea
arsocfates from the Workman brothers brothersThis hrothfrlrhi4 brat hers hersThis
This property is situated about eight eightfen elghtt eightCt
fen t tl mes northeast nurtbp st of SodavHie aid andn aidn ndft
n forcp jrf rte of eight men Is now extracting extractingon
on F for shipmenl The > ledge has been beencrosscut beenroHCUt beenrotecut
crosscut for a distance rl tane of o sixty feet feetnn ffttIIn1 feetHnJ
nn IIn1 < l average sanp saLXlIS lnpl s as assay ay 15 1 per 0 cant oat1tOI1Jf canttper nf nfO
tper < O OI1Jf > P > T r S1IIn X in ft gii 1 and ni 3 in silver 4 4In UAK UAKinpr c cing
inpr In it one of tm lusuest hi PKt prnposFTions prnposFTionsPVT Jr lpoflr10tllpr <
PVT opened up in this tbi section There Therenrr Thf Therenrf > p pUP
nrr a number of luh Jit th h streaks which whichy whirhyll whichy1I4
y yll y1I4 Id 1 a 1 fine grade of shipping ore giv givr gt gth
h r sample assays of 25 fJ r per cent M llt cop copp OPJ
p J fifteen ounces silver IlIv r and 16 t 16 < > in inIt il1I
It I I or a total value of 112 112 a ton The Thef
f ill II force of eight men mt > n is I now ex extacting cxand X Xt
tacting t J < ting and sacking twenty tons ton of
ore a day and this thl will be forwarded forwardedto
to the smelter at Salt Lake as rapidly rapidlyas I
as teams can be sheared The ore is isof isof isof
of a very ery de desirable trable melting character characterand characterand characterand
and can be smelted for U 4 a ton the thecompany th thcompany thtcompany <
company receiving a rebate of 1 tt cents centsper Nntsper centsper
per unit on the excess of iron over oversilica over1l1ca oversilica
silica silicaPROM silicaPROM
1l1cano
PROM no THE THBGRAJD GRAND CENTRAL CENTRALMlaV CENTRALMhws CENTRALMines
Mines Record Would Would Indicate That ThatDividend ThatDividend ThatDividend
Dividend Should ShOI d Have ma B Been en Paid PaidThe PaidThe PaidThe
The action of the Grand Central di directors dltectOnI directors ¬
rectors In passing the usual monthly monthlydividend monthlydividend monthlydividend
dividend has occasioned occa kmed some surprise surprisea surpr e eIUI
a IUI the companys strong box wa was sup supposed supposed ¬ I Ipoeed
posed to contain COD taln a sorplus of goodlY goodlYproportlontl goodlyproportions oodlyproportions
proportions which was being increased increasedit Incra d dIt
it was wa believed fj rfa h month A study studyof I Iof
of the output team om the mine tne for to the thepast thepast thepast
past three monttiw mont u too tends to con confirm C04ftrm coafirm ¬
firm that belief In June fiftycars were wereshipped weresblpped wereshipped
shipped containing in round numbers nutnbers1z
1500 1 1z tons of ore and the regular di dividend dividend dividend ¬
vidend of 25000 was paid During the thefollowing thefoUowln thefollowing
following foUowln month the tonnage almost almostdoubled almostdoubled t tdoahled
doubled elghtyaix eighty cant containing containing2ldO <
2580 580 tons finding ftndh the way to market marketand marketand marketand
and there was no n chann c in the amount amountof
of the distribution la 1 August it took too4ties
108 cars with a capacity of 8240 tons tonsto ton tonto tonsto
to transport the ore to market and andsince andBinee andsince
since the last August dividend was die distributed diBtrlbuted dietributed ¬
tributed there have been sent from the themine themine themine
mine 130 cars yet the dividend was waspassed waspaued waspassed
passed passedEstimated pauedEatlmated passedEstimated
Estimated at thirty tons each which whichis
is probably below the average ave these thesecars ecars thesecare
cars contained 8900 a NO tons of ore which whichat
at 16 1 per top to certainly a conservative conservativevalue eon ervatlvevalue cOnservativevalue
value to place upon the oca ore or UM value valueof valueof valueof
of this product amounts1 I1IOU to 68600 68600Since L500Since 08 08Since
Since the lilt of June 874 ITtean cars have been beenshipped beenIIhlpped beenshipped
shipped containing 11MO tons which whichwere whichWere whichwere
were worth based on on the t same me yams valuation valla1Ion yamstion ¬
tion of o 15 per ton ton1 lt8aOO During Duringthat mngthat Duringthat
that time dividends amounting to 75
000 have been paid paidThere paidThere psidThere
There have been no unusual expanses expansesto ecpen e eto
to meet and the natural question that thatpresents thatreMnta thatpresents
presents itself It Is I It the company could coaldpay couldpay couldpay
pay a dividend in June of 25000 on onthe onthe I Ithe
the profits derived from the sale of offlfty offifty I
fifty cars of ore why cant It pay now nowon
I on shipments amounting to more than thantwice thantwice thantwice I
twice that amount There is no evi evidence evidence evidence ¬
dence that the value of the ore is lees lessnow leesnow e snow
now than it was then and there is isevery Isevery Isevery
every reason to believe that the net netproceeds netproceed netproceeds
proceeds of the past four months have havefar hefar havefar
far exceeded the operating o expenses expensesand expenHBand expensesand
and dividends dividendsBAMBHRGERS dividends13AMBBRGER dividendsAMBBtRGEBs
BAMBHRGERS S DE LAKAR MINES MINESRefinery MINESReiinery NINESRefinery
Refinery Begins Making Gold Bars BarsMill Bars BarsMill BarsMill
Mill Repairs and Other Work WorkOf Work Workor Workof
Of operations at Bambergers De La Imar L Lmar i imar
mar gold mines mln the last isufie of the De DeLamar DeLamar DcLamar
Lamar Lode has the following to say
The smoke at the refinery proclaims proclaimsthe
the fact that the work of reducing redu < lf > the theaurocyanlde theaurocyanlde theaurocyanideg
aurocyanlde to gold bricks has com commenced commenced cornmenced ¬
menced There is a large stock of pro product product product ¬
duct on hand and it will take some sometime ometime sometime
time to catch up upAround upAround upAround
Around the mill there is i consider considerable coulderable considerable
able work to be done such as putting J tting
in the windows repairing places that thatnecessary thatneceary thatnecessary
necessary alterations have created createdrunning createdrunning createdrurning
running steam pipes through the build buildings bulldJnl8 buildings ¬
ings and in other ways preparing for forthe fOlthe forthe
the approaching winter winterOwing winterOwing winterOwlng
Owing to the work going on for in increasing Increlng Increasing ¬
creasing the power at the plant in the theWash theWash theWash
Wash Superintendent Keith availed
himself of the opportunity and closed closedthe clOlldth closedth
the th mill down Friday Frida to do IIOmerepaJt IIOmerepaJtwork some repair repairwork repaftwork
work The motors moto some of which have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been overtaxed ovrt xed have ha ve been changed changedsome changedMme changedsome
some leaks along the pipe line have
been fixed and in short every effort is
being made to have things In the best bestcondition be8tcondition bestcondition
condition so that when hen the power powerplant powerplant powerplant
plant is again ready the mill will b bafele b ba1Jle beable
able to run to its full capacity which hleb
is I about 800 OO tons per day dayINSPECTED dRYINSPECTED dayINSPECTED
INSPECTED BEAVER BEA VBR CON CONIowa CONIowa CONIowa
Iowa Capitalist Pleased With That Thatand Thatand Thatand
and Surrounding Properties PropertiesMtlford PropertiesMUrord PropertiesMilford
Milford Times TimesG rimesG
G B Pray a prominent capitalist of ofDes orDell ofDoe
Des Moines la came down from Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Tuesday TUe day accompanied by Super Superintendent Superhttendent Superintendent ¬
intendent Harvey Trenam of the Beav Beaver ¬
er Consolidated Con olldaled in h hft which hld Mr Pray is isa Iea isa
a stockholder He inspected ln pect this mine mineas
as wellas well as the O K and neighboring neighboringproperties nei neighboringproperties hboring hboringproperties
properties and did not hesitate b ltate to say 8 8that
that he was very well pleased ed with the theshowing theshowing theshowing
showing made Mr Pray has been a aprospector aproepector aprospector
prospector and mining operator for forover torover forOver
over twenty years ye and declared that thatthis tbatthis thatthIs
this section gave promise proml c of something somethinggreat I somethinggreat metblnglTeat
great in the future although its devel development devlOPNent develOpnent ¬
OPNent would necessarily be slow ow owing owing owIng ¬
ing to the nature of the ore bodies He Hestated Helltated Hestated
stated that Manager Trenam of the theBeaver theBeavr theBeaver
Beaver Consolidated Con olldated wag 88 now backed
by men who would see him through in inhis inbig Inhis
his plans to thoroughly thoro hy develop the theproperty theproperty theproperty
property and they fully indorsed inclor ecl Mr MrTrenams MrTrEonams MrTr
Trenams Tr nams policy in sinking to the deep deepand deepand deepand
and flndln finding out what the mine mlneoon mlneoontalns con contains contame ¬
tame Mr Pray returned Tuesday Tue night nightto
to Ogden where be attends the irri irrigation imKaUon irrigatlon ¬
gation congress as a delegate from fromJowa fromIowa I IIowa
Iowa JowaThe IowaThe I
The Beaver Consolidated shaft has 4gnow hasnow AI AIno
now no passed pa ed the 500foot point It was as
intended to cut a station and start the thecrosscuts theroncuts theeroascuts
crosscuts < from this level but the theground theround theground
ground was as found to be so soft that it itwas Itwas ItWa
was Wa thought thO ht best to go further in the
hope of striking a more firm fixunda
tkm Some very nice bunches of ore
have recently been encountered In de decomposed decompo decomposed ¬
composed ecJ and altered granite and aj there
is every indication that avein a vein is near nearCOLD
by
COLD FEET IN MINING MININGOperators XININGOpvators MININGOperators
Operators Should ShouldpoUow Follow the Disap Disappointed Disapp Disappointed ¬
pointed p inted Irishmans Irl hmaas Resolve ResolveDenver 1k olvDenver ResolveDenver
Denver Ores and Metals MetalsWhy MetalsWby MetalsWhy
Why misers of all men should be at ¬
flicted with the disqualification known 1m in inthe Inthe Inthe
the business bu lne world as cold feet is dif ¬
ficult to understand There is no busl buslin buslneln budne
neln ne in the world that Is lamore more certain of ofresults oCgodd ofgod
god results than mining and yet there thereis
is no business in which cold feet is more
disastrous d1 a tro There are hundreds of in instances tnBtanee Instanees ¬
stances on record in this state alone alonewhich alonewhich alonewhich
which show how a little more work under
discouraging Weouraat circumstance would haveopened have haveopened ave aveopened
opened large and valuable ore bodies and andone andone andone
one of the roost striking occurred during
the tb past month monthThe mouthThe monthThe
The owners of a property drove a cross crosscut CI088cut crosscut ¬
cut tunnel 709 feet and cut the vein they theywere tbeywere theywere
were looking < for at just the point they theyexpected t1aeyexpected theyexpected
expected They had shown excellent excellentjudgment exce1lentjUWnnent excellentJudgnent
judgment In locating and driving their theirtunnel theirtun theirtunnel
tunnel tun and were acknowledged a to be good goodminers goodmlnra goodminers
miners hut the vein was w cut at a barren barrenpoint barrenpolne barrenpoine
point and a nd they were at once attacked attackedwith attaokeel1tb attackedwith
with 1tb chill in their pedal extremities extreml 8 and andaccepted andaccepted andaceepted
accepted the first offer of a lease and andbond andbond
bond The lessee et drove on the vein both bothways bothway bothways
ways and with less than thsn5O jM eo feet of work workopened workopened
opened two good bodies bodl of or o ins from which whichthey whichthey bleh blehth4Y
they are now shipping IIhl pl with coraKantly
Improving < prospects p t8 and the probability
that they will take enough ore from the theproperty th thproperty theproperty
property to meet the requirements of the thebond thebond I
bond bondTho bondThl bondThe
The story is told of nn Irishman who whoold whosold I I1I0id
sold old his mine for a trifl under similar similarcircumstances stbtllarctrcumstance similarcircumstances r
circumstances and who when he heard heardof hoardof ra raof 1
of the strike exclaimed Boded Bodedniver OIll OIllnlver Oillntver l >
nlver sell 11 another anoth mine until Ive put in inwan Inwan inwan
wan more shot This would odld be good ad advice adice advice ¬
vice for such men as are afflicted with withcoW withOld withcold i
coW feet The condition of mining mlnln are arewell a a1ftI1 arewell B
well understood and where a promising promisingveto f
vein has been cut at depth pth It is practical practically ¬
ly certain that an ore or shoot will be becpened bepenfd becpened e
cpened with a little drifting The men menwho menwbo menwho n
who bays the nerve to dig a Ions 18ft cross erosncut CIOeIIcut crosscut
cut one of the most expensive methods methodsof B
of opening a mine should certainly < have haveenouffh havenou haveenough e
enough nou < h nerve left to run a drift far farenough farough fareiough r
enough ough to determine the character of the thevein the4ln thevein
vein 4ln within reasonable limitation One Onemore Onemore Onemore
more trial frequently brings results resultsAT reflUtsAT resultsAT
AT THE LA PLATTA PLATTACompanys PLATTAmpm PLATTAC0ntp5317s
Companys mpm sO Operation uB Sting Watched WatchedBy W WatchedBy h hBy
By Other Property Owners OwnersOgden OwnerLOgdpn OwnersOgden
Ogden Sept 19 W A Maxwell and andK antiR andII i
K Qutst have Just ju t arrived from La LaPlatta LaPlatta LaPlatta
Platta where Mr Maxwell had the thecontract therontrat theeflfltjct
contract for running a tunnel into the thehill thebin thebill
hill to tap the vein vel fIn in the La IAPlatt IAPlattonMlldatfd Platta PlattaConsolidated PlattaConsolidated
Consolidated The contract for 250 250running 2 2iOrunning O Orunning
running feet was as completed and the thecompany thtcompany thecompany >
company is t about to let another 230 230fpot 2ifeet o offOt
feet fpotAir ffOtI
feetMr Mr Maxwell says the Indications h1dJcatlo all allpoint al1point allpoint
I point to the existence existt > nce of a large ore orer
r <
< =
L l
body and h he believes b JlEV8 that this second secondcontract s secondcontract > colld colldcontract
contract will uncover it A number of ofother ofother ofother
other owners of property in that dis district dilttrlct dI dItrict ¬
trict are watching < the La Platta ex experiment exrt cxperiment ¬
periment rt Dt with a great deal of interest interestand Intresta1l4 intreatand
and la I case the expected strike is made madean madean madean
an era of development will wUlImmediatelY wUlImmediatelYfollow immedIatelyfollow Immediately Immediatelyfollow
follow followWIDE followWIDE
followWIDE
WIDE WEST WESTHILL MlLirRUNNING MlLirRUNNINGPlant MILL RUNNING RUN1iINGPlant RUNNINGPlant
Plant Will Help HeiptoMake to Make Things ThingsLively ThingsLively ThingsLively
Lively in Nevada Camp CampCherry CampfCherry CampCherry
Cherry Creek Miner MinerThe MinerThe MinerThe
The initial run of the new Wide West Westmill Westmill Westmill
mill which has been built at Cherry CherryCreek L CherryCreek elT elTCreek
Creek Nev to treat company and cus custom enstorn < 1Ia 1Iatom ¬
tom ores wits made on Sent 3 on eight eighttons elghtOn8 etghtons
tons of rich free gold ore from William WilliamWatsons WilliatitWatsons
Watsons Joanna mine in Cocomungo Cocomungodistrict Cocomuncodistrict 2ocomungOdistriet
district Three tons were run through throughIn
In seven hours averaging over 100 to tothe tothe tOthe
the ton The mill run perfectly and andevery
every part went like clockwork clockworkIt
It is the finest running little mill in inthe Inthe Inthe
the district and with the th good supply supplyof
of water taken t ken from the new well sunk sunkby sunkby
by Superintendent Irishman will i1I be beable beable beable
able to handle all the custom ore i ithe In Inthe Inthe
the camp in a most JDC t satisfactory man manner manncr ¬ I
nero The company will run a tressle tressleover tressleover I
over ov r the road from an ore house housewhich houaewhich housewhich
which is to be ereeted at once to the themill themill I Imm
mill on which a track will m be laid for forthe fo fothe forthe
the cars The new ore house will be betwentyton bEtwentyton betwentyton
twentyton capacity and will be built builtas buUtas builtas
as soon as timber can be obtained obtainedDick obtainedDiek obtainedDick
Dick Culver the expert millman in incharge Incbrle Incharge
charge of the milling says that he henever h hver henever
never ver saw II VI a finer working concentrator concentratorand
and everything will 111 be saved in values valuesdown valuesdown valuesdown
down to a minimum percentage I Su Superintendent Supertntendent Snperinteadent ¬
perintendent Leishman is to be con congratulated congratu congratulateti ¬
gratulated gratu aled on the splendid work he has hasaccomplished basaccomplished ha haaccomplished
accomplished under such ch adverse cir circumstances clrcumetallCetl circutnetauces ¬
cumstances cumstancesPARK cumetallCetlPARK cutnetaucesPARK
PARK MINING NOTES NOTESKearnsKeith NOTESI NOTESKearnsKeith NOTESKearniKejth I
KearnsKeith Mill Millmlvor 74311Silver Silver King Con Consolidated Consolidated ¬ i isolidated
solidated Shipments ShipmentsPark I
Park Record RecordThe RecordThe I
The 111 crectors and stockholders of the
Lone Pine met Monday afternoon and sedelected
elected lect d the th following officers Sam Hair I
Jr president C W Malr vice prest
dent J H Itlnley secretary and treas treasurer treasurM tressflIer ¬
flIer directors H T Cotomaa H J
Conlon C W V aIr and Sam Hair Hairolk HairWork
Work olk has been discontinued dt at the prol propertv prolertv prolertv
ertv for the time Usa being but we are in ¬
formed that active operations will be becarried becarried becarried
carried on through throu the winter
At the KearnsKeith mill preparation preparationare preparationiare
are srolnx forward for the installation Installa tlon of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the new machinery The pipe line has hasbeen hasbfofn hasbeen
been laid from the tunnel the boilers bo1lf11Iare boilersare
are in place and being bricked up The TheYllnevs TheViiflevg
Wllflevs are also In position The en enKlne enJlne englue
glue Is yet to come but everything Is 1 In Inreadiness InrldlnfJtls inreadiness
readiness to receive r le it and place It Im Immediately Immedlattoh tinmediately ¬
mediately upon Its arrival Thin mill millwhen millwhen millwhen
when completed Om leotEd will be a model one in inevery inery Inevery
every respect respectThe rp rpTh respectThe
The Th hoist at the Silver King Consult Con801Idllt Consultdated ¬
dllt dated property is now in place and three threeshifts tbr tbrshltta threeshifts
shifts are at work in the shaft pumping pumpingwitter pumpingwater pumpingwater
water and will continue to do so until untilaJnklnc untilsinklne utmslnklnc
aJnklnc can be commenced Grading is iseolne I IEolnll Iagolur
eolne on for th the smaller IIr buildings to be beerected beerected beerected
erected and when everything is complete completethe completethe
the management ef f the property pro ert will be beable beAb beable
able Ab to boast of one of the most com comnlete comnlete cornulete
nlete and uptodate plants in the camp
Something of vast t importance to the com company company cornDafly ¬
pany and to p1 City 18 iw iwwhich thE new road roadwhich roadwhich
which has lust been b n completed from the themine themlnf themine
mine to the camp The ties have been beentaken bff beentaken > n ntkn
taken from the old tramway bed the therock tQerotQ therocks
rock cleared c ared off and a firstclass road roadmade roadmade roadmade
made of it The Tb grade f is much m ch more morerradual morewraduAI morezradul
rradual than that of the old road and andfacilitates andraellttate andfacilItates
facilitates the shipping of ore to a great greatextent greAt8xhmt greatextent
extent W V J Pace who has the con contract contI1LCt contract ¬
tract for or hauling timber to the mine did didth didt didthe
t the th work workMorris workXomK workMorris
Morris Dusseldorf was in the Park Parkthe Parkthe Parkthe
the ilrst of the week being his first trip tripsince trlisinee
since his sicksess He was delighted at atthe atthe atthe
the itreat showing at II t the Comstock Com toek since sincehi sincehis lncehttll
hi his last visit and his faith te strength strengthnned IItrfngthAIIecI strengthsued
sued that the Cometock will yet be one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the regular dividendpayers or our ourcamp OUTCAmp ourcams
camp Regarding the talked of consu consultation con eonlidatlon I1 ¬ I IflAUon
ltation with the California Mr Duseel Duseeldorf Dueeeldort Duaseldoif
dorf said there was nothing in it what whatever wlaatIveI whatever ¬
ever that the California did n nt not > U t have haveanv haveanv haveany
anv ground the Corostock would have haveas
as a gift and the th consolidation of the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two nropertles Is out of the question questionWhen que questionWhen tl n nheil
When heil asked if this action did no not me mea roes mflla >
a law suit the gentleman tlflman said he thought thoughtnot
not as the California people had no norounds noroundll noerounds
rounds whatever hateY for a suit and they theyknew theyknew theyknew
knew it but were just t running a big blutf blutfto blutfto blutfto
to keep up w p JH > pearances pearancesFollowing pesrsncesollowin ranCetl ranCetlFotlowlnc
Following ollowin are th the shipments blnmt > nu of ore orefrom orrfrom orefrom
from the Mackintosh h sampler mpler for the past pastT palltWffk pastweek
week WffkT weekDalyWest
T T DalyWest > aTvVeet lv Nt O440 O440Silver 144 144Silver 444ONSilver
Silver King KingTotal 10KWO 10KWOTotal 1II1tITnbLl
Total WniMO WniMOMining 1fi11H1Mining
Mining Notes NotesMarvnvale NotesMartale NotesMarvsais
Marvnvale Free lr Lance Will 111 R C Cnn CUQnt Cnnnngham nv nvnJn
nJn nt nngham ham foreman remaa at t the Log Cabin was wasdown WIlt WIltdown wasdown
down from the Mils Monday ondAr and reports reportswork reportJIwork reportswork
work an progresSing satisfactorily U actorlty The TheI TheLog TheLog
I Log Cabin tunnel IK I being run In H highly highlymineralised hlg highlymineraiised l lmlnerallMd
mineralised vein eln fully fuJl forty fett wide wideand wldpand wideand
and which carries values of from J3 to toin toIn 1 1In
in gold per r ton tonBeaver tonBeaver tonBeaver
Beaver Bulletin L E Farnsworth Farnsworthcame
came In this week and reports twenty twentyseven twent18een twentyseven
seven teams hauling 1 ore as fast as poe possible poeIIlble poesible ¬
sible to the smelter More teams are ex expected expeeted cxpected ¬
pected every day da These men are mak making makIng malting ¬
ing their 95 6 a day With such a privilege privilegefor
for making makln money there is no need of ofidle orIdle ofIdle
idle men and teams in the county countyMllford eountyIUord countyMilford
Milford IUord Times D C Rees and Oscar OscarFletcher OcarFetcher OscarFletcher
Fletcher have taken a year years lease On Onthe onthe Onthe
the Hoosier Hoo Boy mine and dumps owned ownedby o ob ownedby
by b the Majestic company and started startedwork start startwork startedwork
work this week There > is said to be con considerable COIlsld considerable ¬
siderable sld rablf good ore on the th dump and in the theupper tbeuPlMr theUpper
upper workings and lId this t will be jrott gotten ROtltll1Olrt gottenoiit n nout
out and sent to th tM Majestic Maje Ue smelter for fortreatment fort fortreatment
treatment treatmentPacific t treatmentPacific tmnt tmntPAcific
Pacific Coast Miner The quartz mines minesof mln mlnot minesof 1
of eastern Oregon on < are re reported to have haveproduced haveproduced haveproduced
produced during < the month ending > Aug
1 1908 the following f gross sums Colum Columbia Colunlbitt Colunibin ¬
bin tHMWO 000 North Pole 1069600 Gojcon Gojconda GOCOhda
da 10000 lied Boy 25 5009 Bonanza BonansaOW BonanzaOO iii iiiOO >
OW OO Connor Creek 10000 White hlte Swan SwanJ2600 SanUOO
J2600 Gold Ridge JlOOO 1000 California J20W J20WImperial 52000ImperiaL OOO OOOImperial
Imperial uOOO 2000 Maxwell 3000 O00 Badger BadgeraOOO
30000 Black Eagle 10000 10000Denver 10000Denv8l 10000Denver
Denver Ores and Metals Walking alklng del delegates lelegatefl letegates ¬
egates after agitating < men out of work workin workol
in Denver Cripple Creek Clear creek CekColorado creekColorado
Colorado ol oleSItirtR eSItirtR Jlty Florence n ei in Colorado C I d and andin andin n nIn 1
in nearly all the towns of northern Ari Arizona Arizona ArtSons ¬
zona recently attempted to lay the hand handof handot handof I
of paralysis paroi Yefs upon Utah but the workmen workmenof 1
of that state reading failure in the result resultof resultor resultof
of the recent strikes of the Western V etern Fed Federation Federation Federation ¬
eration of Miners Kln rs very verY properly declined declinedto 1
to heed the walking delegate They TheyTe TheyTeall re realise rcalias ¬
alias all that prosperity prOt < perll for the agitator agitatormeans agitatormeatus agitatormeans
means misery for the th workman workmanKingman workmanKingmn
Kmgman Miner A rush into the New Newberry Newberry Newberry
berry or Dead mountains m untain on the west westside w westside t taide t
side of the Colorado river is now on and andmany andman andmany 1
many man prospectors pro peors are crossing cro the river riverat riverat rIverat
at Pyramid A few days ago two wr wrmen Wfmen wemen
men and one msn n were discovered dl pros prospecting protpectJDA prospecting ¬
pecting the canyons along the river rtverTheir rtverTheirad Their Theiradvent Theiradvent
advent ad ent It that field has caused consid considerable coll1lfderable considerable ¬
erable comment and the theory is ex expressed expretIIIe oxpressed ¬
pressed that they tbe have ha ve been given a aspiritualistic aspiritualistic aspiritualistic 1
spiritualistic tip and are following it up
Several new mining companies 1J are now nowoperating nowo nowoperating 1
operating o tin in n the mountains and several severalgood lleveralAOOd severalgood
good strikes have lately latel been made The Theores Theores Theores
ores are free milling gold gi giVfw and the veins vttlnsan veinsare
an > large and wen defined definedFrI definedPrince Vfw VfwFrisco
Frisco FrI Correspondence Beaver Bulletin BulletinA
A few days ago at the upper workings of ofthe ofthO ofthe f
the Cactus minea mille a petition tltlon was circulated circulatedand 1
and signed by n majority of the men in including I Itludlnc ineluding ¬
eluding the foreman In the form of a aprotest aprotest apretest
protest against Irwt the tb boarding house being beingrun belnlMln beingrun
run by W W V Clark On being presented presentedwith tJrfJ8tntEdwltb presentedwith 1
with a copy of the petition Mr Clark Clarkclosed 1ark 1arkclosed c
closed up COIi his h s house hou e and refused rc > fuCed to serve fieIVeand serveand a
and more meals to those e of his fault ¬
finder After Aft r the men realized what
had been done don the pint of repentance repentanctook repentancetook >
took possession of them but it was too j
late as Mr Clark could not be moved
by b pleas or tears to reopen his house and andas HOOa andas
as a a result the works were closed down
to ra time at least leutMilford leastMilford
Milford Times Secretary Ward Wardlaw law of f
the Monte Crlsto company has ha been send end nd
Ing out notices of assessment No C or oroneeighth 01 01oneeighth 01oneeighth
oneeighth Of a a cent c nt per share which
becomes delinquent dfll quent Oct 1 This Thl com
pany has had a businesslike and eco
nomical management from the start has
its property all paid for and pays its
way 8 u Ito goes oes Over ° yr 1 lI0 ft of work
nas ha has been done and the perseverance vennce of the
management manpgem nt in very likely to be reward rewarde ward I
d 1 aa the ground i is moat promt promising lng r
Three Tflre men arc e njw drifting from the thean e
Dye tunn1 m n a small vein that carries
an 8 high ss s 7 ounce oun of silver and 11 per percent percent ir
cent copper and are now near the Iron n
vein eJn th that grosses creases the property and which h
has yielded rich or The tunnel is with i ¬
in a few feet f of the quartslte contact
and It Is expected that a good body of or ore
will be found when this tht Is reached reachedThe rea reachedThe tied tiedThe
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by members b of a Womans Wo Christian ChristianTemperance Christan ChristanTelaPnc ChristianTeinpemnee
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FRANK FR K KNOX < President PresidentJAMES Predent PredentJAMES PresidentJAMES
JAMES A MURRAY MURRAYVce Vice President PresidentW PrEsdent PrEsdentW
W v F ADAMS Cashier CashierCAPITAL Cashltl CashierCAPITAL
CAPITAL PAID 1 IN 310000 310000Banking 350000Banking O
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WABASH MINING COMPANY COMPANY LOCA LOCAtlon LOCAtion
tion of principal place of business Salt Saltllake Saltk Sltlake
llake lake k City Utah NoticeThere are de delinouent de deUnouent delrnouent
linouent on the following tollo ng described stock stockon stockon stockon
on account of assessment No No4 4 levied on onth onthe onthe
th the 4th day of August Au1 ttt 1903 the several severalamounts severalamounts vern I Iamounte
amounts set opposite O IMMl the names of the ther th thtwI therespective
r twI respective Boective ttve sh sharehOld4l8 reholderj as folloYoo followsNo follows followsNo
No o No NoCert NoCert
Cert Name Shares S Amt
40 c R Chamberlain SW t 25 fZJ 00
SS J E Harris MO 2i 2iJulia II IIa
a Julia C Kirsel 1000 90 100 100lii Oj
141 F B Shelley 4 KK 5 5MSCtutrleK lit orl1C
MSCtutrleK 1C 1 ChAne E Stanton StAf n W 2 12 1250 12501S4 W WM4 iU11W
M4 Clparles E Stanton Stant 36 b5 1260 1260W6 12 50 50w
W6 w G Go A A Damon 100 J tlO tlO4Z1 11
423 4 R Simon Simon4l5 MS 5 iN iNI W WJos
I 4l5 Joe Johnston SM 25 2500 2500a W WSH 410 410Ilia >
SH a Jog Johnston 1000 1 M Q Q7ft lit < W
7 7ft 74 Mrs E M Coan Co4l t1 l IX l 6 25 25A 2575g
788 A S S Campbell MO i 500 00
785 J S < Ferris J 1 K 14If Ii M MMK eoAbbleWaddeU 50Abb4e
MK AbMe AbbleWaddeU WaOdeU WO fi 00 ooM7 00T
M7 J S Ferris 100 5 00 00X 0011I4
11I4 J S Ferris I X J IN 1 560 5 flU flUIll to toJ
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11B8 N A Pane PasoIl65NAPage M H 500 i 00 00U6CNA
11 U6CNA Il65NAPage NA Page 100 500 500HOB
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ia 12511 N K KnaeneperKW l18lKit 1609 10 5550 9 W W14SB W101t
14SB N A P Ptt Page R KM 215 6i
11JSf1 1441 R A AWaddlll Waddlll 599 25 W WH eoH 50145t
H 145t 6 M J r Kennedy 6 ill 25 2550 2550t4l to toJ
J t4l S Fred W Gillelt M Mf 1 50 5 50 501M7
1517 17 Nellie F Keoch KeochlU IS Ii S 25IM
lU 161 F Walklnptsliaw Valkl haw 200 1000 1 t
15 1510 > J L Hamilton MO 2800 2800KSI S 00 00153l
KSI J L Hamilton Ha tllton SK 23 2300 W 00IMX
1588 Chas B Stantoa iW I I 25 250 250JuSt 90 90JiM 0 01M4
JiM Hatfield Sons Co 509 P i I 2500 2500icls 00 00I
15 I icls = Hatfield Sons C Ce 600 2500 25001H 25 2505ISN t tu
1H u Hatflehl Sons Co GM 25 2550 W W1ISK tIH
1ISK 135 H W Turchter 72 3 10
1593 J S Ferris 12 12liM 50
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1 1507 r 07 W H HSheetz Sheetz iOO 0 S SUIOI 2555 2555ias
MM W V H Sheetz 33 Iii Iii1m 1 1i
wa i w H Sheetz 9 300 iswj l 15 00 0014iiI
1 14iiI 50 M S S Pemlersiut 374 1C itIISI 19 19lt
1 lt 51 l M S Pendergast Ppn elga t 221 11 11And at atAnd
And In accordance aCOrda with otth law and the order ordrof ordwof orderof
of the board of directors made on the the4th the4th the4th
4th day of August ugt 1903 so many shares of ofeach ofMCIt ofeach
I each parcel reel of such stock I5t MI may be benecessary bfonfe benecessary
necessary earY will be sold at the office of Ofthe t tth
the th corommy fO tIIny room 906 Anerbach building buftdlncSQUth buildingSouth
South Main street Salt Lake City Utah Utahn UtahAn iTtaben
An n te 6th day of October 1908 at the thehour theh thehour
hour h Ur of oil0 10 oclock a nt to pay pa the oe oelinouent de delInouent doItnousat
linouent assessment thereon together togetherwith toJitetherwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertlsinr and expenses expensesof expensesof X f
of ofI sale W r MONT FERRY FERRYSecretay FERRYretay FERRYFiecretay
Secretay FiecretayOffice retay retayOfficfl
Office room roo No 90C Auerbach building buildingSalt buildingSalt hoiMingSalt
Salt Lake L ke City Utah Utablhe UtahThe
The Union Pacific Land Company CompanyAnnual CompanyAnnual CompanyAnnual
Annual Sleeting SleetingTH Meetingpjg
TH THE ANNUAL U L MEETING OF THE THEwxkholders TIfEstockholders
stockholders of the Union Pacific Land LandcomJI Landcompany
company Y will be held at the office of the theTuesday theCOID thecompany
COID company 8 In Salt Lake City rtKh on onlttejdr onTuday
Tuesday Octofter 12 ISIS at 11 oclock a am am ain
m for the election et tlon of six directors of ofth ofthe
th the company and for the transaction tran acthm of ofuc ofsuch
such other business as s may legally Ome omebefore i
before beto the th riieetintc riieetintcV7CIQN tjatingUNION > i itNIQN
UNION i > iu PACIFIC LAND > COMPANY rO IPA Y I
By ALEX AI EX MILLAR MILLARSecretary MILLARSecretary
Secretary SecretaryDated SecretaryDated
Dated September 1 IMS IMSUnion 1 1Union 1555Union
Union Pacific Railroad Company CompanyAnnual OompanyAnnual CompanyAnnual
Annual Meeting Moatingf MeetingfHE
THE ri ANNUAL ANNr AL MEETING OK THE THEstockholder THEtodtltol THEstockholders
stockholder todtltol font of Union Pacific Railroadcon Railroadcompany Railroad Railroadcompany
con company will be held at the office ofthe ofthecompany otthecopany
company In Salt Lake City Utah on onTuesday onTU8iIIIIIaY onTues4sy
Tuesday October IX 12 1WS 1 at twelve oclock oclocknoon oclockno oclockno
noon no no n for the election of fifteen directors directorsof
of the oom oomof oompany and for the tran transaction transactionof actlon
of such other business bu lnu8 as may legally legallycome legallyeoe legallyconic
come before the meeting meetingThe rneEtlngThe meetingThe
The hooks for the transfer of stock stockboth stockboth
both owmmon mmon and preferred will be beeiOllfd beclosed
closed for the purposes of the > meeting meetinge
at the th close ef the business on Saturday
August 28 IMS and will be e reopened IH at atlelll attee
ten ootock a m on Wednesday October
1C 14 14 1 1965 01 ALEX MILLAR MlILARSecretary MILLARSecretary
Secretary
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