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r Has Been Permanently Solved Solvedby Solvedby
by the Management ManagementMEANS ManagemenMEANS
The DalyWest company com pan at Park ParkCity ParkCIt
City CIt has solved the water problem For Fora
a long time tlm past the company lias ll18 ia had hadmore hadmore
more or less difficulty In securing securingenough so rhl rhlenough
enough water to keep Its big concen concentrating concentlating coneentitting ¬
trating plant in full operation To over overcome ocrcome overcome ¬
come this difficulty has been cfrie one dneofthe ofNthe ofNtheschemes i ischemes
schemes that Manager iSrnest rnest Bamber BamberSer Bamberger Bamberger
ger has worked en faithfully ever eversince eversince
since he took charge of the properties
Some time ago arrangements were weremade weremade
made with the DalyJudge company by b bwhich
which the latter gives the tli DalyWest DalyWestthe
the permanent p stream of water which whichmakes whichmakes
makes on the former companys 500 OO
foot level and which is from there car carried carried earned ¬
ried down the shaft in a pipe line
Manager Bamberger has planned to topipe topipe
pipe that water from the DalyJudge DalyJudgeInto
Into the DalyWest Dnly est mine at a point pointthat pointthat pointthat
that will m cause It to raise on the Daly
West aide within about 200 feet of the thesurface thesurface
surface From there it will be pumped pumpedto
to the top and run into int the mill mill1This millIhis
This stream of water is more more than thansufficient thansufficient thansufflcient
sufficient to meet every ever requirement of ofthe oCthe
the DalyWest Daly Vest company even should shouldits shouldIts
1 its milling capacity again be increased increasedThe fn reased reasedThe
The cost of pumping to the surface surfacewill surfacem surfacewill
will m be nominal really nothing as com compared compared coinpared ¬
pared to the benefits to be derived from fromits fromits fromits
its use and the foresight of Mr Bam Bamberger Bamberger Barnberger
berger in securing it may be consid considered considered ¬
ered as a master stroke in the interest interestof
of his company com pan panEarly
Early last year It will be remem remembered
bered the company com pan was compelled to tocease tocease
cease milling almost entirely because becausethe becausethe
the lakes from which the com companys companys ¬
panys supply of water came be became became ¬
came so congested with snow snowthat snowthat
that the pipes became full of it and andclogged andlogged
clogged the pipe line During the late latefall latefall
fall and this winter the flow of water waterhafe waterl1
hafe l1 > been tar below normal owing to tothe tothe
the excessively dry dr season and then thenthe 1henthe
the freezing of the lakes and it has hasonly hasonly
only been during the last few weeks weeksthat weeksthat
that the company com pan has not suffered in inconsequence inconsequence
consequence The new arrangement it itis ItIs
is practically certain will put a per permanont permanont
manont end to this trouble The flow flowhas fiowhas
has Seen Deen steady for many years ears and andas andas
as the t 1 < water will have no chance to tofreeze tofreeze
freeze the great milling plant can be beoperated beoperated
operated to capacity at all seasons of ofthe ofthe
the year If the new system has not notalready 1otalread
already alread gone Into commission It will willnot willnot I
not be many days till it has and its itsbeneJIts itshenellts Itibenefits
benefits will not be long IOn l ng in making makingthemselves makin makinthenuelvcs
themselves manifest In the record made madeat madeat
at tile mill millOLD mmOLD milloD
R H Terhune Expires Suddenly at atHis atHis al
His Eastern Home Monday MondayA onday ondayA
A brief message to Abram Hanauer UanauerIonda FIanaUeiMonday I IMonday
Monday Ionda told cf the sudden death of R RH RH
H Terhune at his home in Easton Pa Pawhere pawer RHvIere
where wer vIere he has resided for or the past two twoyears twoyears
years or FO o The cause nuse of death was wasnoj wasno1 wa waaol
aol given In 11 1 the message messageR m < ssage ssagen
R n H Terhune was well known In Inthis Irthis 1 I
this state and throughout the west for forthat forthat
that matter owing to his identification identificationwith identificationwith identiticatlotwith r
with the mining and smelting Industry Industryfor industrfor
for Ol thirty years or more He began his hiscareer hiscarecr hi hicareer
career as a smelterman at the old Ger Gerinania Germania Cermania
mania works early rb in the seventies seventiesFrom s sIirom
From there he went to the MIngo at atSandy atSnn a aI t
Sandy Snn and later to tt the old Morgan Morgansmelter Mo Morgalt an anfme1tr I
smelter better known in later years yearsas yeLtra3 eRrs eRrsas t
as the Hanauer works He remained remainedthere remalnedthere
there until the plants were taken over overby overby oveiby r
by the American Smelting Refining Refiningcompany Refiningntptny RefiniflIeonlpny
company and closed down downWhen downVhen downWhen
When he left Utah a few years ago agoit a agoit o oit
it was to take charge of the Tomlehi TomlehiValley TomlchiVan TeniichValley
Valley Van smelter near Gunnison Colo ColoWhen Colohen ColeWhen
When hen that plant went cut of commis commission comlnlsFlon ¬
iS sion a couple of years ears ago Mr lr Terhune Terhunewent TerhuneWett TerhUfliwent r
went east and made his home at Hast IJSaston Easton
on Pa as stated During the later lateryears latercars late lateyears
years cars of his life and partiwularly after afterquitting afterquitting aftequitting
quitting the smelters of this valley valleyMr vane vaneIr valleyMr
Mr Ir Terhune was wa largely occupied in inhis Inhis ii iihis
his profession of mining and metal metallurgical metallur metallurgical ¬
lurgical lur ilal engineering and it is under understood undertitooo ¬
stood that his clientele was alarge alargeand a large largeand largand i
and formidable one oneTJ oneU oneU
1 Preliminary Warming Up Given the theRoasters theRoasters th thBoasters e
Roasters Monday MondayThe MondayThe
The roasting furnaces at the United UnitedStates UnitedStates d
States companys new Jead lea smelter smelterwere smeltelwere r
were warmed up Monday afternoon in intha Inthe I Ithe ii
the presence of General Manager Wal Walter Waltee Val Valter ¬
ter Fitch Chief Engineer ueorge eorge it itFiecher KFiecher i iFiEcher
Fiecher and others It will be some lit little 11tte IIIte ¬
te time before the treatment of ore be beniade beSins
Sins ins but now that a start has been beenmade bee beemide a 11
+ made the plant should be in full Opera opernlion Operaties p ru rution
lion within a month monthEver monthEVer monthEver
Ever since August ugust last the company companyhas COmpRnhas 5 5has v
has been in the th market for Ores res suit suitable suitable ¬ J Jabl
able abl to the requirements of this plant plantand L I Iand
and Manager T R Jones of the ore orepurchasing or e i
purchasing department d hs entered into intoa lilt o I Ia
a number of good contracts Ore under underthese underth unde r
these th e contracts has been coming along alon g ° I Iste8dn
steadily ste8dn and with the addition of the theores theores Ui e
ores from the companys own mines at atBingJiaiT atBlngjlttJ r Lt t
BingJiaiT thousands thou and8 of tons have accu accumulated accuululated acerniulated I ¬
ululated at the smelter ready read for con conversion conyers10nInto corversion ¬
version yers10nInto into bullion bullionTHfcre bullionl1ftre bullionTUbre
THfcre has been talk from time to time timethat timethat tim eLa e
that the United States company was wasgoing wasgoing vs La s
going to be absorbed by the Amalga Amalgabut Amalgamated Amalgmated I
mated Smelting Refining con1PIU1 con1PIU1b cornpaiibut
but b t nothing has orcurred up to date to toglVa toglto I 0 0gj
glVa gj o the story any ftP color and Jjc IB i safe safeto sat e etosI i ito
to tosI rfy y there is nothing in it It There is islittle IIIlittle i ilittle s
little doubt thai the American compa company company compifly ¬
ny would he just as well satisfied to togoalong togo I Igo
goalong go along without competition from this thisor thisor thi is isor s
or any nn other source but the United UnitedStates UnitedStatos UniteStates a
States Smelting company has aspira aspirathat asplraUOII6 L Ltlons
UOII6 of Its own and It Is not IIkel1 likel y 1that
that it will consent to part with its itsprop itsproperties ii La LaL s
prop properties ftlas Just at a time Urn when hen it itbeginm1zg te 161 161b L
beginning b > Sbr g to demonstrate their value valueBOSTON alueJ3PSTON
Eastern End Insists That a Big riant rlantis nat riantis tt ttis
is Soon to o Go Up j i
White nothing concerning the pro
poMtloti po itlntl tebeInK Ia belJIJ eipg released cu thJus end en d
cf c f the line it is persistently reported ci
from Boston that the lh Boston Consoli L ¬ I
dated daft company < Is going to ercM eretta a large 1nr e
milling plant early in the spring s1I11 in inorlov I a aorl I
t orlov 011 that the 160 acres or r t copt roP eopJrlesi erbear i
lag porphyry which It owns at 8t Blng BJn
hain hal 1 may be made pjoduetiver In call I ¬
ing attention a to what 11at the Boston n Con Conpauy C CmcofltEnlplat on onoontfmplates
oontfmplates doing the Hub papers papersconslantl paperconstantly g
constantly r refer > r to t the lt splendid roeord rocor 1 aC
C beIng made by tb tlv Utah Copper com I Ipiry i
pauy pRH which isnow Is now cleaning cJe nlng up ap a aproximately ¬
proximately LO 1OtJO 0 a day on ore aver ueraging averaging ¬
aging probably a trine under 2 per percent perent pe Ir Ircent r
cent ent copper The argument is advanced d 3
that if the Utah Copper company com pan can callmake ca it itniake
make money mont > y out of such material materIal so socan socan s I Ican j
can the th Boston
Consolidated d and no noone a 0 0one >
one will attempt to deny it itThe itThe ItThe
The latest report Is to the effect that the Lt t
the new mill will have
wl an initial Iniial ca capcty euparity ¬
parity pcty of 500 iO tons tons per day da with wl hr9I hr9Islon provi prgyislon ¬
slon for increasing increazitheamo1iiiv the th amount at short Hhoi Hhoinotle
noti notkp < and Increashy withc6mparatjfvi with c CoThperaiveIy mpna ctamotnt vPIY Iy small smal sma short Ii Iiexpense
expense It is figured f red that tile new nei v
I pla plant pl ant will wi cost approximately 100000 100000and
a plc nd that th the mines
and V IW 4AA 9 A resular regular J ItlCXJ VC1J earIngs earIngscan earnings X1AJJA
can c an be made to meet met the expense In Inninet
ninety ninet fl days dasThere
flth There appears to be b no reason why
the th e Boston company should not not 50 into
the t he milling mling business and if it b0 so o de decides
cides ci des the presumption presumpton Is that its plant plantwl
will wl w ill go up down the valley where Mr r
Kewhouse N ewbouse early eab last year ear secured seclred an nnopton
option opton o on a farm near the Jordan river riverupon riverup riverwhich
upon up n which large living lving springs ex
Isc Isted Is ted and where w ere It i is understood sprIng suffi sut
clcnt c water
for all heeds can be ss s scured
cured c ured Much is likely lkeJy to depend how ho hoover
over o op vcr on what arrangements can be bema
ma p of made iade for transportation transprt tO n of the ore orefrom
from f rom the mine to mill ml Unless the rail ri
roads r would make a very low rate on onsuch
such s ore it would be necessary tof tofbuild to build buid buidolher
either olher ei eitr ther an aerial or electric traction trnction trnctiontramwa
tramway tramwa tr trv amway But the problem is one not notvery notery noteiy
trth very v ery eiy difficult dltcuJ of solution soluton as long as asthe asthe ase
the th e B9 Boston ton Consolidated ConsoJdattd shareholders shareholdersdo
do d o not JQ balk at the cost cot There Ter is mil mUons
10rs li lions ons of money In the comanys cop copperbearing copperbearing COTerbearing ¬
pr perbearing p porphyries and it I is rea reasonable reaonabJe rcaonalile
sonable r to expect c pcct that the company companyI
will wl w ill Insist on 01 realizing realzing front this ore oreMINING
Trading T Light and andPrices Prices Price Correspond Correspondingly Correspondingly ¬
ingly Weak Weak
Trading was light lght and prices price corrcs corrcspondingly core
pondingly p weak on change yesterday csterda
The T he greatest activity actviy was shown In New NewYork Nework
York Y ork and Slay lIa Tay Day but In none of the thestocks thostock
stocks stock st ocks dealt in during tho day da wore signs signsof signsof
of o f strength strcnrth apparent apparent I i
New ew York began selling seln at 48e 48Ye and
Closed c0sed d osed at at4 45c May Day Da sold ld back front fron I
10t 10 lO c to So 9 < but picked lck up a little ltte at t the theclose thQcloee thooi5e 1
close cl oi5e with final fna sales at lOc 10 10Str
Sta Str StzUi Consolidated Consoldated was released rclfed at lli ilc l c cUncle cUncle
UC Uncle U ncle Sam at 21Vic 21c and 21c c and Little Litle LitleChief
Chief C hief at 2c 2 c and 2c 2 c Victoria sold sld 300
at a t t2 2 and 100 10 at 199 19J while whie 100 10 Wabash Vab Vabahas h ha I
was i a as released rel asd at tho last moment for
8it ST ½ e I
During the day da a total of 26700 2GiO shares sharesof sharsor
of o f stock with a selling value of ST124iiQ
elng 1240
changed changld c hands the thE list of final fnal quota quotaUonr 1 l I i
tions Uonr tI tIb onaandsegregatcd and segregated segegted record of sales made nadeeing ade j
being b eing as follows folows folowsI I
I Forenoon F renoon Afternoon AfternoonI Aferno Afernoi
I i Bid lAsked tAked Bid IAske lAsked Asked I
Alee A lice i 30 i ijax i iCarisa
Ajf A jax 11 11 11 lI1It 11
Carisa CarisaCreole C CC I 10 j 11 11I
Creole CreoleCon C I 40 4031Va 40on
Con C on Mercur MercurDaly 3 35 I 3i 31Va 3t4 U UDal3
Daly DalyKag Dal3 D aly 24i 24j 26 247 2HDal
Dal D alyJudge Jud e 50 00 1 1 500 50 50B
D alyWest 12 IO0 00 I 1450 H 12 12G iso 1400
Kag lO ng B B BG 76 5 I I S2W I
G Central CentralHorn 302 360 36 I 310 10
Horn fl Jor ora Silver SilverLittle Siver I I 120 12 1
Little Lite L ittle Bell BellL BeI 40 I 100 10
L I Mam MamMammoth llam 03 r i 1C 1 I 16 16Iammoth
Mammoth MammothMay M ammoth 120 I 5 I 140 14009V4 120 12 I 129 12
May M ay Day Da 09V4 OJ 10 10S65 03 0 < 10
Ontario OntarioPetro Ontarlo O ntario I S65 6 I 402 402OS 40 40 I 375 37 37Petro I IOS
Petro PetroSilver P etro OS 0 A J OS 0 I I 12 12Sive I
Silver Sive S King t i 6100 t t10i Ft I 5000 60 I 6100 610010V4 60 I
Sacramento SacramentoSilver S acramento 10i lOi 10l I I 10V4 10 105s 1 1Slher 10 10ilver
Silver S SS Shield ShieldStar OS I 08Vi 08 I
Star S tar Consol ConsolJSwansea 1 11 t 1 14 I 11 1H flt 13
Swansea S wansea 1 1S 2i
S Swansea SwanseaSunshine Svmnso O flil S O 0 j Oi 0Th I
Sunshine SunshineTr S j 04 1 Ol I
Tr t S Mill MillUtah 1in 2300 20 2t02 23G24I 230I 230Itah
Utah UtahUncle 1 V th tah f 2Ot 45 4520fi 201 3C I 33
Uncle ruce t ncie Sam SamVictoria 20fi 2012 22 13 20 2O4 21 3
Victoria VictoriaBoston V 1 200 o I 212 212CCO 2I j 199 200
Ii 9920
Boston Con ConBLiberal CCO Gr I 600
BLiberal BLiberalB BLtberlI B LlberQl j 12 1n 2 15 15OS li1 1 GO 13 14 1 143
B Tan u Con ConCentury OS j 08 I
Century CentJI C entnry 03 01 oaittle t O
Little Lltt L ittle c Chief ChiefNew 02l 1 mi O 02i4 02 5 S I
New Ne York YorkTetro 1ork I O ll 18 8 4 4 45k
Tetro TetroVictor I j
ISC 10W ISY 1S 19
Victor t Con ConWabash 02 01 02W 1 1t O ° iV
Wabash WabashYankee rabash 100 150 I 160 I 1CO
10 j Ir I 10 16
Yankee Con ConIngot 35 1 3S 3SNevada
Ingot IngotR I ngot 0 01 I 02
R t A j54 01
Nevada Stocks StocksGold s
Gold Coldim Bonz Bonz v S5 0 j h i S r rJim
Jim J im Butlerj Buter Butler 1 f 4T 17i i 47 0 4
Mont Iout CTono 120 10 t ZJX > I 2K 21 21
Maonamara 22 2 22W P 25 2 2 I
Tonopah onopah 4 t 1037 lQ I i 1C50 10 i
TBelmont J 02i
Tono15x TOIoE j 295 29 9 r 315 I
TMidway TMidwa 32 ml i 30 P I 12 3 I 37 37Porenoon 3iForenoon 1
Porenoon Sales SalesMay SalesMa
May Ma Day Da 0010c rlO c 1500gl l 1500iejc 19c 5ic awjji J
OWe 10 Tscon0c Tscon0cUncle r5 1 1Uncle
Uncle Sam 500 50ol Sltfc ¼ c
N Now fW York 4004Sc 001 BOQfiHSc t8c 2300C 2 00f il
47c 4 c 10047c l c 500f lic l0tt41c 47c sellerSt sellerStOpen seler seller 6 at
Open Onen Board BoardLittle DoarLitte
Little Litte Chief Chle 500 52c 5002c i2c 3000 5000i2c < 2c 2c
May 1 a Day 1500 150flOc 150flOcNew < gOc gOcNew
5gc 5gcNew
New Vork ork ork IWKMSe lOS 200iff 204rc 7 c c 1000 100047c 10 L00047c
47c bidder 30 eCKVf47c 609CJ 0iJ463C G bidder
60 ywAttoc ywAttocShares 04C iG blddo blddoShnre
Shares sold sld 16500 16500Soiling 10500Selling 65
Sulng Soiling value value 5U5550 5U5550Afternoon 115550Afternoon O OAfelOOn
Afternoon AfelOOn Sales SalesMay Sales Salesra SalesMay
May ra D DR Day00I9e yiOOCf9 0 i9 ic icStar c
Star Consolidated Con Jdatcd 100031ic 100031icVictoria 10lc 100011 c I
tRcham lackSam UJ2c 1000fjZie
Victoria SOV9 si2eo 2 lOOfizttaa
r lO I91
New York SOOC45c 45 seller eJer 30 lOOC Sc
SOOffJoc l3o6 100CM l045c 100j454c c lOOSUHc l0 seller ieior ieiorOpen 1W6 30 30Open SuOpen
Open Board BoardLittle DoardJiUe BoardLittle
Little JiUe Chief 10002c 10002c45r 1o l00 > ii2c ii2cMay e eIa
May Ia DK Day 1iIO 1500il0c 1500il0cj 10ic
Now j York 11 1l00i4e 4 C blccr bidder O 10G 1 14c
45r 41 seller seler t O 10045c 10045cfncle 1 5 d lo
fncle Sam Sam 20Q021c 20Q021cAVabash 2O 20Q29cWabash l2c l2cVabn
Wabash WabashSharles Vabn h 100tW7c 100tW7cSharles 1 r
Sharles Sharl sold ld 10200 10200Selling 1020 10200Selling
Selling SeJug value Ji9C3 Ji9C3TItah 9G 9GUbh 261U10 261U10Utah
Utah Stocks in Boston BostonJam BostonJames oston ostonJamt I
Jam Jamt James K A Pollock PoJok Co bankers and andbrokers andbrokers am I Ibrokers
brokers yesterday received over their th thel lr r ruriwttd
orivitte urivt wire from Paine aln < Webber Jt c Co Coone Cfonf Coone
one of their Boston correspondents < orrepondens th
following folowin copper market Arket comment comm nt and andrfCrd an anrecord
record rfCrd of falcn lcs of Utah stocks stockm > n the Ui C
Boston market with range and an closing eoht C
quotations fluotatons fluotatonsnoston
Boston Jan Janl0The 10 10The The belief belef s ms m to 0 be b 0
hr t rt that the report in the Blnsntm Bul ul
latin IOtn which was Quoted yesterday has hasnot ha S Snot
not much basis in fact The ThE market on o l
Wolverine was a trifle trlfl stronger stron r today toda
lOirti 11 being b ln bid for fo considerable conslderablf amount amount L
Further buying orders order appeared in Mo 10
hawk this morning and the price prhE rallied rallieda rnJ d da
a fraction but there < was considerable considerablettock cnal conshierabiEtock erablc erablcC
ttock offered or d around u 52 The Jinarket in inGreene I
C Greene was dI goad I and the se seing lnc kf from fror o
New week York ago seems to be much leas le i than theirweek a I
Sale Sale OP High 111h Low CI C
Binsham BinchRm 40 40 33 234 I8SVI 3l6 1 33 53I3oatoi 33Boston
Boston otGn 100 10 62 6 CVi 6 6 6 5Vfe i
Con Mercur lerCur S SS SU 0 S 3 So 25 Z 25Dalyeat Si r a t
DalyWest nabWet 360 14 14 W 1 14 > 13 U i
Utah 1159 11 IS4 12 45 4 42 2 42 4
1 1 U S Mining lUnlng4O 4220 21 2 23 3 3ew 22 2 23 23New t tYork
New ew York Mining Stocks Stock StocksAdorns
Adorns Con SOJLIttlc fLttr 1LItt1e Chief 5 a aAflee I I
AJIee AJIeeBreece AJce 6 OntarIo GOntarlo 3 3Broom 7 2i
Broom 20 0 Ophir 5 5Brunswick
Brunswick Cou ou nl D Po Phoenix 4 4140Sierra nl 9 9Conistock j I
Comstock T Tun JPotosf Potofl IS ISC S
C C Vi TI 1 OISaag 10 10is o
Horn BorSlver flornSilver Silver 140Sierra lJShrrl Nevada NevadaTree ol is S
Iron lrol Silver SnyC 2 20 Small sal HopesLendvllle Hopes 5 j
Lendvllle Con 2 Standard 31ndnrd 1 60 60Boston S Soston v oBoston
Boston oston Mining lIning Stocks StocksTlOuez x xAllouez
Allouez louez TlOuez 82025 t 20 2 5 Mohawk Uohfwk 5130 5130Amalg 51 siAmale O OAm
Amalg Am am 78 = 25 M 1 C c 4 75
Am S55 I IItC c 1800 15 0 til OH Dom > om 27 12 T iT A > i iAtlantic
Atlantic 1760 Ii i 00 Oscaola O cola OS 2 igBinIutm Cur I IBlngham
Blngham Bln m Jt TO e 0 Par Parot ot 2860 U O SQ SQitl i iCaJ
CaJ C itl l Ho Ht lice WO 1 I 09 o a Quincy Quln 10S i0 00
Centennial Cfutonnhd 2S CO Shannon Shtnnon M i uu wop 0
Cop op Range Rnp tS I 75 i Tamarack Tn amarack marck 120 12 l 00 00lity i iMlchlgun
flajvWest s is1 rrfDlh
DVtl 1 1l lity a 00 00S
Dom Col Coal 6 60 0 00 1 S S Mining Ining y z 0 0214 0214p tT2
l FrakIin rakln j 11 Q U S OU II lii f 62
Grnscy 3 00 l7tah 12 00
Isle RCoy Royiite i r 75 Vletoric f rlr S 00
js Mr3Is Mlnmg p U 30 fvTnona Wlnona ona n F 60 o
1 5
Mlchlgun fch1gn 10 100 00 AVoIverine 10COO lei 0 0San 00 00San
San Francisco Frncisco Mining Stocks Stock StocksAlta
Alta 5 2 Gould Curry Crr Ctt ry 33 i
Alpha phl Con COl 1 Hale Nor or 1 30 3
Andes 32Juin 3JuUn j
Belcher B6lch b Alexjcan ioxflan 2 210 10 I
Best ncst 8 Bolelor Bolchor 1 20 r Occidental O chental C Si
Bullion Hulon 7IOPhlr Ophlr C 87 I
CalPdonfa 31 Overman 2 8Y >
Challenge Chalenge Con 23 Savage Sno e 50
Chollar ChollarConfidence Ch lar 3 h Seg Se Belcher Bolchel i J 8 <
Confidence ConfidenceC Contldene TO 1Slorra siorra Slera Nevada 53
C C Va VaCdn 183 1 s Sj silver Hill ci 5
Cdn iJiiptirJal Ilp U1nl ilUnlon If UnIon SIcr Con Hi js G
Crown Point A 20 2UlUtah Utah Con 20 8
Exchequer Exch quel n Ei s Yelloy Yelo3 Jackot JackotTo 30 30tere
< 1 To Two s a
Art10 ArtIsos ot if Wre tere re lo i lj I f
yesteraay c ide atRt
ray In om ome e or the he county ount 00U11t 5
c cerk erk by b the Iowa Buckthorn Buckthor Mining lning
VTX company compan co mpany which whih has an authorized cap ap
it ital 1 al 1 stock of 50000 5000 divided into oOOiOOO oOOiOOOshares O 0000 OOO OOOstaes
si shares staes ares of the par value of 1 cent each eachThe
T The Ti re first frst board of directors is composed composedof
ol of T H Hazel J M 11 Hamilton Hamion E A AUlery AUler Alery
U Ulery Uler lery and A J Weber Veb r of Salt Sal Lake Lakeand Lke Lkeand
a and nti Joseph Jose h S Russell Russel of Clover Creek CreekUtah CreekUtah
TJ Utah tah The company cODpaiy proposes to do a ageneral ageneral
g general ge < neral mining mInln business businessThe businessThe
The Nevada Exploration Exploraton company companywhich companwhich
which w hich has been organized to do a gen genoral general gm gmal
e oral er al mining and smelting smellng business filed fed fedartcles
a articles artcles ar ticles ot incorporation ineorpotaton yesterday yeterday in Inthe
tl the th e office ofce of the county clerk cerk The Thecapital Therlpital
c capital rlpital ca pital stock of the company comj1uy is placed placedI
a at 150000 1i0000 divided into 150000 shares sharesI
o of the par value valueo of 1 each The In Incorporators Incorporator
ci corporators corporator co are Charts Clarls Auer Fisher FisherHarris Fisherarris I
JH Harris H arris C P Mason B A MacSherry MacSherryand Macherrand
ai and an d Fred T McGurrin lcGurrln McGurrinaU all of Salt Lake Lake3STOTES Lake1OTES
What Wat W H hat Wel Well Known Operators Are Do Doing Doing
ing at Tonopab Tonopah and a d Goldfield GoldfieldTonopah Gol field fieldTo
Tonopah To Tonop nopah h Miner MinerO
O K I Reed and arjdJaek Jack May the dis discoverers discoerers disverers
coverers co verers and locators of the great grea1 prop properties propertes
e erties ertes er ties at Goldreed Goldree lef left Monauy for San SanFrancisco Sanranc1sco
ep Francisco p erF to take a well wel earned rest restDonald ret retDonald
Donald B Gillies Giles general generl manager managerof managerthe
o of the MontanaTonopah 1lontnaTonopah returned returnedWednesday returnedYednesday
Wednesday W ofW morning from Butte Bute where wherehe whfe whfelw
h he went to 0 spend the holidays holdas with his hisfamily Iusfamn insmily
fi family familyJ famn fa mily milyJ
J M 1 Healy Heal of the Crown Point Min Miningcompany 1ln 1lnIng ¬
ingcompany Ing lu g company returned Thursday morn l1orn l1orning
M ing in g from San Jose where he spent the theholidays theholdays
h holidays holdays ho lidays with ith his family Caml He was ac accompanied accompanid
ct companied companid co by Mrs Healy HealyByron
Byron E Shear r general manager of ofthe ofthe
ti the th e MohawkAlpine Miping Mip Iping ing company companyis
u is i in the Lne Lane hospital hospitl San Francisco Franciscoundergoing Franciscoundergoing
u undergoing treatment for a severe at attrack attrack
ti track tr ack of conjunctivitis conjunctvIts Superintendent SuperintendentS
s A Knapp f napi is in charge of the affairs affairsof afairs afairsor
of the company during dtling Mr 11 Shears ab absence absence
s sence senceThe se < nce
The connection conncctonbotween between the Valley ValleyView ale aleView alley
View V V iew and Stdne Stdne Cabin Cbhl shafts shafs of the theJim theJim
J Jim Ji Jid m Butler Buler company was made made yester yesterday yesteray ester esterday ¬
day d ay and as soon SOOI as the workings are arestraightened arestraightened areraightened
straightened st up development work and andthe ande
t the th thra e extraction extrcton of ore will wi be pushed pushedrapidly pusludrapldl pushedpidly I
rapidly ra pidly From this time tme forward the theMiner theiner I IMIner
Miner M iner hopes to give regular weekly re reports 1 reorts <
ports p orts of operations in this property propertyJ propertJ
J C Gladden general gen ral manager managEr of the theing tw theuincy
n Q Quincy uincy mine returned yesterday morn mornIng morng I
il ing in g from Salt Sal Lke Lakq where he spent the theholidays thE theolidays I Iholda
holidays holda h s with his family famn He was a ac accompanied a atompanied < ¬ I
companied c < om pan led by b J F Judge of the Daly DalyJudgo DalyJldgc Dalyudge
Judgo Jldgc J at Park City Ciy and F Fank ank M MWilson Milson
Wilson W Yison ilson the discoverer of the th April AprilFool Apri Apriloot
Fool F < oot 01 at De Lamar Lmar Messrs lesr Judge and andWilson andWison andi1on
Wilson W Wison i1on will wl go over to Goldfield oldfeld today todayand toda todaand todaynd
and a nd from there will wl probably probabl visit the theBullfrog theBulfrog theullfrog
Bullfrog Bulfrog B district districtThe districtThe districtThe
The MohawkAlpine llohawkAlptne ie pushing de development development ¬
v velopment work on its is property at atSilver atSiver
f Silver Siver S ilver Peak Peak The drifts drits still sti continue continueIn contnue contnueIn
i In good ore and large quantities quantites of ore oreof oreot
of o f good milling mUlng grade are being placed placedor placedr 1
or o r the th thdumps dumps The mill mi is well w l under undervky underY
vky w Y and practically practcaly practicallyall all the machinery machineryis
I is on Ol the ground Superintendent S SA SA SKnapp
j A Knapp I napp who is in charge during the theabsenc theabsenc thebsenc
a absenc of f General Manager Shear Shearstates Shearstates Sheartates
S states that the stamps will wl probably be bedropping bedropping beropping
dropping d inside of three weeks weeksThe weckThe weekeThe
The big big ledge in the 11e Loftus lease is isimproving IsImprovIng ismprovIng
improving i daily daiy the rick streak having havingwidened havingwidened
widened w to six feet and large quanti quantities quant quantiies ¬
ties tes t ies of highgrade hIghgade ore are being extract extracted extrot extroted extractd ¬
ed e d and shipments will wi be made weeklyAt weekly
At A t a special meeting meetng of the board of o di directors directors diectors ¬
rectors r of the Sandstorm Sandst rm this week J JP JP 1 1Lofters
P Loftus Lofus and Kenneth K nneth Donnellan Donnellanwere DonneIan DonneIanwtre Donnellanvere
were elected eJecte directors to succeed T L LOddie LOddle Lddle
Oddie O ddle and Frank Frnk Everett who resigned resignedon
on o n account oC 01 disposing of their bald haldings hoJ baldngs
i ings ingsGeorge Ing ngs ngsGeorge
George E Gunn expert for the Amer American AmerIan Amercan ¬
ican Ian i can Smelting Smeltng Refining Refnlns company ar arrived arried ariver ¬
5 rived ried r iver from Salt Sal Lake Sunday SundlY and pro proceeded proceeded proeeded
ceeded c Immediately to Goldfield GoJdfieJ He Hecame Heame Heame
came cs < c ame back Wednesday to attend atted to toseme toseme tocme
cG seme s cme business here and left lef again foj fo fobldfleld
GolcTfield G bldfleld l fel < yesterday From Goldfield Goldfieldhe Goldfeld Goldfeldhe Gold field fielde
he h e will wf visit Iait the Bullfrog district JVIr Mrunn lr lrGunn
Gunn G unn ever since he entered this dIn district df dInrict ¬
trict t four years cars ago aJo as ore buyer 1m3er for forthe Cortle
the tle t he American Ameri n Smelting Smeling company om pan has hasad
had h ad an abiding abidng faith In the future of ofsouthern Ofsouthern ofouthern
southern s Nevada and nd is now gratified gratifiedto
Jratfied Jratfiedto
to t o witness the verification crIficaton of his fore forecasts forecsts foreasts ¬
casts csts c
Dr Franz Fran Meyer is Now Investigat Investigating Investgat ¬ i
ing the Smelter Smeler Fume Fme Subject SubjectDr i
Dr Franz Meyer the noted metal metallurgical metallurgical metalurgical ¬
lurgical l and smelting smtltng expert who has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been engaged to work out If possible a asolution aSQluton aolution
solution SQluton s of the smelter fume difficul difficulties difficulte difliculich ¬
ties te t ich In the valley south cf this cjty cit has hasentered hasentered hasentered
entered entered upon his duties dutes He took a rundown run rundown runown
down < own to the American Amelen plant on Sunday Sundayand Sunda Sundaand Sundayand
and yesterday yester ester lay ay left for a a roundup of ofsome offome ofsome
some fome of the other plants Within Yihin a day
cr Cl CI two he will wI have gained gined a general
idea i olf or ofthe the conditions conditQs surrounding the theplants thep1ant theplants
plants p1ant their peculiarities pecularites of construe construction construelon construetion ¬
tion lon etc and then his real work will wi i
begin Dr Meyer is working indepen independently independently ¬ I
dently delt of Professor Stuart Croasdale Croasdalewho Croasale CroasdaleWho
who is expected on the th scene at any I
hour and when the reports of each eachhave
have been submitted submied subinited one or the he other otheror otherthe
or the best and most practical practcal features featuresof
of both will wllkel likely be put to the test testby testby testby
by the smelter smeler managements At least leastthat leastthat i
that is the plan of the smelter man managers man3S managers ¬
agers as It now stands standsDr sta standsDr ds dsDr
Dr Meyer has not got well wel enough enoughinto enoughInto enoughinto
into harness 11aress yet to express an opinion opinionof
of what the outlook ouUoo is but It Is under understood understood understood ¬
stood that he entertains every eerconf confi confidence confidence ¬
dence of being able to to t suggest a prac practical practcul practical ¬
tical tcul remedy for what the farmers term terman terman
an unbearable nuisance nuisanceSUIT nutsace nutsaceSUIT nuIsanceSUIT
Columbus Consoldated Consolidated Charged Wit With WithHaving
Having Located Neighbors Claim ClaimCharles ClaimCharles ClaimCharles
Charles H Cushing Cushing filed fled an action acton actona actionagainst
against a aInst the Columbus Consolidated
Mining lInlng company In the office omc Consoldated cf the theclerk theclerk
clerk of the district court yesterday yeoterda yeoterdaCushing
Cushing alleges aleges that on Aug 26 1S04
he located the Arley Icde mining him
in the Little Litte Cottonwood Cotonwood mining dis district HstrIc is istilct ¬
trict and that that prior to Sept 1 1804 1V04the 04
the defendant and is grantors wrong
fully fun entered upon a parcel of the theground theground
ground included within the exterior cxt extorlorbcunciarles rior riorbcundarles
boundaries of the said claim caim and lade ladeo
a pretended location of Columbus Columbul Co Columbus 0 0l
lumbus l mbu8 No No2 2 and Columbus No 0 4 1 Irde kdemlnln ledemining
mining mlnln claims He also alleges alcge that thateer tiatever
over since flnce that time tme the defendant J rd rdits rdits d dIts
its grantors gantors have claimed an ilt ntjr 3t t in insaid insaid insaid
said ground adverse ad erse to the title tIte of the theplaintiff th thplaintff theplaintiff
plaintiff plaintff He > asks that he be arartlcd arartlcdpossession n aartlcdpcssestion c fr1 d dpOsltJon
possession pOsltJon of all al of o the RTOUV rou In Ineluded Included Ineluded
eluded In the exterior boundaries boundaIp < of Q the theArley ttoArle theArley
Arley Arle lode mining mining claim claimTONOPAHGOLDFIELD elalmTONOPAGOLDFELD claimTONOPAHGOLDIIBLD >
Regulation RcgatioJ Tonnage From From Nevada NevadaCamps Nevadl I ICtmps I
Camps Cfmps Last Week WeekOre WeekOre WeekOre
Ore shipments shlment over er the th Tonopah Tonopahrailroad Tonopah1lrad Tonopabrailroad
railroad 1lrad last week weekns as reported by the
Tonopah TonopahMIner Miner aggregated aggrebted 150S tons tonsof tonsof toiisof
of which whllh 341 4 tons came from Gold
field The shipments are divided as asfollows aso1ow
follows followsFrom followsFrom o1ow o1owlrom
From Tonopah TonopahTohopah Tohopah company
741 tons tOI Belmont 90 tons ton Montana MontanaTonopah MontanaTonopab compan IontanaTonopah
Tonopah 118 18 tons tonsTonOPh r Tonopah Extension Extensiontons
333 S tons tonsFrom tonsFrom tonsFrom
From Goldfi GoldfeldJanuar GoldfialdJanuary ld January S tons tonsBoweEKernlck tonsBoweeRernlckJoae 1 1BoweJKerckl
BoweEKernlck BoweJKerckl BoweeRernlckJoae lease e 60 60tons tons Florence j
204 tons Combination Combinaton 17 j tons tDn Dns C 1 ITa 1Taylor I
Taylor Ta lor IR topsj tonsi tops Fuller Fuler lease leae 22 tons tonsZinn tonsZinn f
Zinn lease 12 tons tonsOre tonsOre tonsOre
Ore and Bullion BullionOre ulon 1 I IOre
Ore and bunion bulon bullionsttlemonts settlements ettemcnt mtfclg In tir city f
csterday aav a ares6rted reported rQrt d by b McQprnJck c tlf ciy
Co o amounted l t6tUO4CQ as foffowaS to o riCk sll
lor or o lead Iead cold ol totUJ4A aim copper ores or S4K500 s1 I
base b e bullion G4SOO I 455
Metal Metl Market MarketSilver MarketSilver ket
Silver Sifr 60sC Oc lx ter > r uonce UQICe 4 i I
Copper teastlno castn n Ut 1lc jc c per pound p f Ud
Lead Lad in n ore ere 5X50 New York York York4 < 54 t < JD 0 J jer > cr
100 10 pounds pounds r rMining f IMining
Mining llnC Notes NotesCaptain No NotesCaptain t es esCaptain =
Captain Q 0 A Tlbbitts TJbblttsw will return ret to toolduleld
Goldfield GoldtJeldto G todaj toda or tomorrow tomorr tomorroivtto w to o lak take r up i Is
his hi hipe s work for the te exploration exloratol and pros r05
pectins pe cting syndicate s dicate for which he Is acting actingates
as c cief fer eXert ex9erL He has as bltn bctif laid actng tip p
most m mth ost or the Ue since comlp in u tram frome
the th e dllng diggings and now that his USOCII associ associes
ates al es Fred A FHndt t and Clarence Rook Rookge
Iii j jto
f lid ge have e reached e c camp rpc he fc Is anxious yg I Iget
to get ret back and start them the out outOre out outOre I
Ore 011 receipts recelDt at the Taylor Ta lor Brunton Brunon Brunonmper
sampler sa mper yesterday included f fl flve ve cnrsj cnrsjfrom cnrs cnrsom J JCrom
from fr om Binjham Bin am four from frm Tonopah TOnQH car and andree a
three th ree from fromt fromthe oq t the TIntic Tlntc district districtTh dlstrkTh districtThq 1
Th Thq adjourned adjoued meeting mcein cefln of the Sheba I
company co mpany Is scheduled for tomorrow tomorrw alt
ernoou crnool er nooii nooiiThe j
The Tonopah Miner Iner say sa sara that that the re rcport rerts J t
ports port po rts of wholesale killing kllnj at lt the newI newIcamp ne necmp new newmp
camp cmp ca mp in the te Kawitch ranire 4re re absoj aboi abso
lutely lut Iu teiv l untrue t trne Nearlj all of o the le men
enw Paid faId en id to have been b < n Involved Intn < te trouble troubleveronot troublew troubleernot
w veronot rpnot within wihin Ions Ion distances dishnccof of there I Iwhen
when w hen the fight fliht was reported to have oc ocrred j i
currcd eurre cu rred 4 j I IThree
Three cars cr of ore from Tintie two Iwoum i
from frm fr um Bin BInham = ham h im and two from rom Nevada Nevadawere NOvadaero da dawere I
were yesterday w y wy etcda ero reported morning morningA at the te Pioneer Pjonccr sampler smpler smpleretcda sampleresterday j
A F Bettles Bett s o of the Newhouso staff strf
leth lef le ft for Beaver aver county count last las night to note notethe notete notee
the te th e progress prosres of work upon the new new8 800 545n
ton to n mCllng plant of of the Ncwhouse Mines
Smelters S f1rs corporation corporton Illness 11nCls Jias as pre prevented pre proented ¬
vented v Mr Settles Bettes from visjtins Yl viitIn JUn camp cmp campr
Jor tot b r about ten days daysManager da daysManager s slanner
Manager lanner C L Rood of the tb Daly Dul and andOntario nd ndntario
Ontario Oatarlo O went out to the Park yesterday yesterdaymornlns ycstcrdnmoring
mornlns moring m mro to discharge dischare the December Day Dayrolls J U Urols t
rolls rols ro lls it is thought he will wi be b back back this thisevening thiseVlnlng tillsening
evening eveningDavid eVlnlng eVlnlngD ev ening eningDavid
David D wid Maudlin laudln taudi1n formerly forerl superintendent superintendentthe I Iof I Iof
of the Majestic llaj st company s O K property pr propertyuli j
Is up from Milford Miford on mining mlnln1 business businessA businessI
Is dally da 1 enacted In thousands 1 housands ofuomes ofuomesas ofles otmrness
as a s death d ath claims Inyeach one on another anothervictim unothervictm anotherictim I
victim victm v of Consumption C2nsumUon or Pneumonia PneumonlaBut PneumonIa
But B ut when Coughs and Colds are prop properly proprly ¬
erly o rly treatedTthe treatedthe tragedy trgey is 1 averted averte F FG FG FHuntley
G Huntley Hunt y of Oaklandon Ind writes writesMy wrIt wrItwIe wrltttsMy
My wife wIe had the consumption end nndthree ind indthree endhree
three t doctors gave her up Finally FInan she shetook shetook sheok
took to ok Dr Kings I < ings New Ne Discovery DIscovrfor DIscovrforConsumpton for forConsumption foronsumption
Consumption Consumpton C Coughs and Colds which whichcured wlich whichured
cured c her and today she is well and andstrong a nd ndtrong ndtrong <
trong s It I kill ki the germs 1lrms of all a1 dis discases dl dla disases
cases e a Es One dose dosE rcIeves r IEYEs Guaranteed Guaranteedat Guarantl d I Iat
at a t 30c and 100 by Z < C M I drug drugept
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1 Mbses l s s Thatcher Tha roher Sres 31250 U 1 104 o < H 1623 1623t 16 16Jk
4 t Jacob Jk WeSt siso iwiezs lo 104 16 23 3
7 7 7 A WleilCh 31250 KM 1823 162
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18 James Jame Eorsie b rglc ti 1250 41623 4 16 23
19 A ACEls C Ellis 5 2 20S13 OS 13 1 1C
20 o 0 FWileoxT F FWiicox Vilcox T t 3231 3 I 109323 10 9 3 3GC01E
i 23 t George GC01E E Vlgoroux lgroux 125 1 4123 41 53
48 J F Sherwood s 125 4123
67 Ira A E rigs Lyons 1250 41G23 4 1653
6 Its < 5S Ira Ir Ai A A E Lyons1 Lyons yons 1250 IS 1 4162S 416 4 16 i 24
69 6 Charles Ohalles T Harte 1000 1 S 331S 3 U 13
L3 7S Daniel Da flied S SSJ Spencer > 500 16623 1 66 23 3
7t 7J I David Da E Burley 500 5 16623 1 6 66 23
75 i W W Outlaw Outaw 1S5 4123 41 23 3
79 Mrs I P C Martin 1Iartn 125 1 412r3 41 2 23
K7 S 5 Arthur E Snow 500 i 1 662S 6 S
89 8 F W Yo Crouch 1000 10 33313 3 13 13g iS
90 K W Crouch 1000 3 3S13 55 13
91 F W V Crouch g lm 500 00 1 6S23 66 23
92 9 John Farringtun Faringt 4flO 4 0 1 3313 rs 13
95 A Weirich r 1250 1 41622 4 Ii 16 53
105 10 10 Clark L L Whitney YhIUe 1000 10 3331 3 3 3314 1S
109 10 C Q Plummer 1000 ICO 33318 3 33 13
its 11 A Weirich 1260 1 41628 4162 41621i 4 16 23
117 1i John Farrington Farrln ton MO 3213 3 35 13 3
118 18 Lettle Lette Letti Thatcher Thai Th k her I2M 1 1 41623 4 1 1623 3
119 19 Moses ose3 Thatcher 1260 1 41623 4 16 1622
124 A Weirich eirlch 1250 I 4 4163 1623 16 23
129 1 A A Welrleh elrllh 275 1 25
136 A Wolrich l75 4 SS I s 13
140 14 M T T Jasous SWO 55 18 4633 4G 23
141 11 G T Jasous CI60 It 2020 °
147 John Farrington 500 1 68S3 66 3
150 Mrs Irf A TNasser T Naser as er 150 500 S 00
151 John Greek 400 13S1 1 3314
152 i3 John Greek 400 13S13 1311 1 3111
155 Mildred S Cum Cummings Cummings
mings 240 4 8 83 82hG
156 Mrs A B Suther Sutherland Sutherland
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157 Lillian Warwick V rwfckOO 200 8823 eg 23 23V
158 John W Borjes 5PO 16623 1 66 53
162 A Woirioh Welroh V Jo LOW 1 33313 l 3 53 tt 13
1GS Jacob West est 5000 16C623 lfiG6 3
175 l 5 a M T Jasous c 1000 33813 3 113111 113111im = 13 i
ISO Henry Dt Dame m c4 1000 33813 1 33 13 I
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132 1 Henry Henr Dame 508 1iIt 1 8623 I I
183 Henry Dame SCO 0 16823 1 66
154 1 t Henry Dame 500 > 1 623 t1G3ISo
155 ISo Henry Dame 590 1 1663 6623
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190 Miss M1s A T Jaaous 4 4t 0 13313 1 3 1 1iiii 13
192 iiii 19 ii KHasr I G Khouri l 50 1623 16 23 r
193 H C Hansen < 2 2A W KS523 6 W t 23
195 John Greek l IG K 34123 I ofl 23 J
196 l9 George Thackrah 500 16523 1 66 66Wi 6623
197 Mrs Elizabeth E Ei1zabthHaines 1 J z a bot h hHaines
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201 Moses MCl CS Thatcher 15125 St 41 2 52 1 1ro
202 ro TVill Curtis 3BO 0 SS 3 15 1 1Ii
203 J 1 W r Ii Murphy 626 28813 05 13
204 Wm IT Tlbbals I I Iro6 3JJ60 4 l 16113 3
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208 1L L J Cahill 5 K 20S18 2 0811 0811B 08 13
209 BTLloyd B T Llord Lloyd 509 511 16S2S 1 61 10113 3 3TjY
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239 AV H Korns I orn u SK 1 75 5Stensn
240 St Stensn neix J Cranney 2WO iIoJ C6fl2S Ii IiU
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242 M 1 B Hansen 1000 000 3313 3 3113
246 46 A K Crannpy 20W 201 OO K 66625 66 23 2324S 3
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253 3 AV v H HTlbbals Tlbbals 5 600 0 1 66 33
254 AV V HTlbbals H Tibbais 600 1 W23 M M2S5
255 W V H Tibbals S 8II 15 8 1 1f3 8
256 2 6 AA IV H Tlbbals 500 1 662S 61 612a7
257 AA H TIbbals 509 1 152S 23 2
258 W H Tlbbftls iBO i0 1 6625 J23 3 I
253 W Y H Tibbals 500 3 8623 86
260 60 AV V H Tlbbals 1 0 I 16123 M 15211 23
261 2 61 W H Tibbals 500 1 66 23 23W7 23G7
W7 11 61 Horace J Stevens S ielI 0 2 96 83 23
272 2 72 B T Lloyd 137 3i 452 4i > 23
273 11 73 B T Lloyd Llo a 2WO i 8 68S23 621Z S 1821
277 2 77 B T Lloyd LIo d 109 3S13
278 2 78 8 J M Blair SCOO 4110 R6C22 gjj 3
279 2 79 Maud Iaua1 M I Lloyd Llo d 242 98 SS 13 I
254 2 84 Lee FIndlay 4india 2000 66623 6 G6 23
255 2 83 M B H Hanson n Jon on 1 2fIM 60823 6 GI 23 3 32S6
256 2 86 E E Lloyd 1093 001 001S7 C3SI3 3 IS
257 2 Sl M A Collett 1W JS 13 13ss
2SS 2 08 H C Lloyd loyd 100 3S13 311 3 11
259 11 59 Maud M Lloyd Llo d 14350 O 498313 498313And 49 sn3 sn3And 8311And
And In accordance with lar end nd the H Horder I
order o of the board of directors made on onthe onthe oshe
os the t he 21st day dR of November 1SNM so o many manysharfes manyshara
sharfes s of each parcel of such stock as asmay asmay armay
may be necessary will be sold ohl at the com companys compans ¬
pans p office 323 i2 D F Walker 1l1ktr building
Salt Lake City It Utah on the 16th l h day da cf cfJanuary efJanuar ci
January J Jt anuary 19j5 at 4 oclock p m to pay
the t he delinquent assessment tSKsreon n to together 0 0ether I ¬
gether ether with costs of advertising and cx expense cxp cxpease
pease p nsc of sale
B T LLOYD Secretary Se retar retarOffice
Office 323 D F I AValker Building BuildingNotice BuUdln BuUdlnNotice
Notice of Stockholders Meeting MeetingXOTICE MeetingXOTICE fEeetingNOTICE
the t he annual annual meeting mc tin of the stockholders stockholdersof 5
of Becks B ks Salt S lt company compan a corporation of ofUtah ortah 01 01I
Utah tah is hereby hereb > called and wIU be held at attho atthe at I
the he parlors arlors of the Wilson lI on hotel in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SailLake I
Lake City Utah on Friday Feb 3 1905 1905at l00at 1900at
at 1 p m mThis mThis rnThis
This meeting meetin was called in accordance accordancewith accordancewith accordancwith
with the articles of incorporation of said saidcompany saidcompany askCompany
company by b reason of the fact that said saidcompany aidcompany sakcompany
company failed to hold its resnilar re lar annual annualmeetlns nnnualmtin rtflnUa
meeting mtin for the theycar year 19W 14 and is called rtflnUat at atthe atthC a t I
the above place for or the reason rea n that it has hasno hilsno haino C
no veneral office at said Salt Lake City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and is called for the purpose of electing electinga ele tln tlna S
a board of directors for the ensuing year yearand ear earand r
and to transact su suth h other and further furtherbusiness furthebusiness urll1erbusiness year r
business as may ma come before the stock stockholders stockholders stockhold ¬
holders holdersBy hold rs rsBy
By order ord r of the president presidentBy pre1l presidentBy ent entBy I
Secretary SecretaryDelinquent SecretaryDelinquent
Delinquent Deli quent Notice JToticeRIDGE NoticeRIDGE
patiy laJl principal place of business 1usillessLake Salt SaltLake Sf1
Lake City Clt Utah Location of mines Tin Tintic rIntic fluI
tic Mining district Utah Notice SoUceThere SoUceTherear There Thereare I
are ar delinquent upon the following de described de deserlbd det ¬
scribed stock on account aC < of assessment assessmentNo assessmentNo t
No 5 of onehalf < I 4 cent assesarneni per share sharelevied shareleied sharelevied i >
levied on the 19th day of November lovem r 1WM 1WMthe 191Mthe 1984P
the several Kmojnts amo nts set opposite the thenames thenames Ui P
names of the respective shareholders as asfollows asfollows a afolloevs 3 1
No NoCert XoCert NoCert
Cert Shares Ami AmiJehri AmtJohn
John W V Donnellan 262 62 500 0 r 2 2e 2eEstate 80 80Esttte o oEstate 4 >
Estate of Dan Fields Fields2 263 6S7 6 331 331J 3 31 31JBIUs 3 3J <
J JBIUs Bills 27 250 125 125H 1 S SEenry 2 2U
Eenry Hans n ssI 38 500 2 ro roR 3 3S U
H J Hayward Ml 158 158J 75 iJ 7 S
J H Oripps 302 ro 33 33Heber s 17 17Heber 7
Heber S Fields W6 1Ii 5W 5WK 5 J 230 i iR 0
K G Wilson S71 500 500R 2 5 51 51I 3li
R G Wilson 372 37 300 300G 258 2 2R 2G li
I I R G rum Waon 3 3711 500 258 2 i8 i8R 3
R H G Wilson 3 374 4 5M 258 251R 11 11io 3
R It G Wllron 375 3 500 280 2 2B SO SOR lAIR io
R G Wilson 376 540 5MSam 259 259UK 259Sam
Sam Nelson 40 4 UK 1009 509 509Gcergc i a Oi OiGeorge C 48
George F Wanless A 4 t 100 59 59R 58J 5GJ 3 3S 18
J 1 H McGhan 417 5W 2 aS aSAnd iiAnd i iAild S
And In accordance with law and an or order order r
der of the t11 board of directors dlr ctors made on the the19th the19th Ui Ui19th e j
19th day da of November 1684 so so many manyshares man mftnahares manshares
shares of each 6 Qh parc1 parc l of stock as may be beat S Sa
ueccs uecesary < ary will be sold at pUblic aucllon a I
at the office of the company at room roomPro 507 507Progress 7
Progress Pro re < s building Salt Lake City Utah Utahon UtahOn UtalOfl 1
1 on Saturday the Hth day da of January Jamu 19 19aI 1 1at 190 190It
aI at 11 11 aji u o oeloeSt lok iv s M a m to v Ia pay I j the u delinquent l lassessment It
assessment thereon together oget lr with the thecoat thecoat Ui La
I coat of advertising ad rtl I and expense of sale salei e 5
i H J WALLACE A Secretary SecretaryFirst SecretaryFirst e r rFir3
First publication l ub > ic tioll Dec 30 1504 1504ITotice l lNotice 1114kNotice
Notice of Assessment AssessmentBECKS AssessmentECKS AssessmentIIECKS
pal place of business Salt Lake City Cit r
Utah UtahNoUc6 Notice la f hereby erebJo given that at a
meeting of the th trustees trlst or directors held heldon hedon he 1d 1don d
on the 15th day da of December 194 an as assessment asslsmunt a s sseinent i ¬
sessment of twenty tweet 20 cents ce t per p r share sharcwas sha e eWas
was levied on the ca caltal tal stock of the cor corporation CGrporaUon co r rporatlon
poration payable pa abJe Immediately tc R L L1aylor I
Taylor secretary of the company com pan at Os O
den denqJu qitr < Jty Webpr ehar county count Utah Ctt UtahAny h hAn
Any An stock upon n which this assessment ussessmentrfua It
January my rfua remain 1905 unpaid will ml Tie on Odelt delinquent the u utr 18th tr and a day d ad advertised ad adl1d a avertised of i f ¬
vertised l1d l1dpl pl for sale iE iEisat isat at public n neFo eFo auction and a asodon ar id
unless payment a Is made before win will be I Isold j
sold sodon on the Sd d day da of February 1905 to topal1 i ipriy
pal1 the t1 delinquent assessment together togethervith togethitvitli r
vith iUI the cost CQ t ot advertising and expense expenseof te teof e
of sale
Located at Ogden Utah UtahAnnual UtahAnnual iltaliAnnual
Annual Stockholders Meeting MeetingPRINCIPAL MeetingpnINCIPA NeefingPRINC1PAI
orCampbell Hardware company Nos 27 11 11est
29 West est Third South SouthCity street Salt < Lake Lal e
City Cit Itah Dec Dec3 23 1904 J9OITo 1901To
To the Stockholders of Said Company
You are hereby hereb notified that a special specialstockholders specialstockholdenl sped al alstockholders T
stockholders meeting of the Brubaker r
Campbell Hardware company company Is hereby herebyoffices herebys herd 15
called a and 2 will llJ be held at t the e princlp al aloffices 1
offices offices s of said company companyUtah J JVest a at Nos27 29 9
Vest Third South stteot Salt Lake City Cit y
Utah on Tuesday Tu Sl the 17th day of Jan January Janu Jai Jaiuary ¬ I
uary u r 1905 at atS S p m of said day da daSaid
Said aneetlnc meeUnls Is called for the purpose purposeof purpo se seof e
of amending article 6 of the articles of j
incorporation of said company to the theeffect theeUect ti lie lieeffect e
effect that the present present capital stock of ofjres orsaId ofsaid r
saId company be Increallttd increasdjrom trom its pre present jres jresPresidYnt 5 5ent
ent limit towit 2500QW tQ 5000Q oOoo 00 and ar Id d
to bQJlyhle be divided Into 500 sli sliSrts r S O ot314T0Ji rrSU1Qti 11ihi ghll N S
instead of 250 ShUllK otlUWJO ncli w sfhd li list1mt 0
st1mt unt 110 riots Iti c EBnUBAKER EBnUBAKERPrfsldent 1Z BJItYBAKER BJItYBAKERPresident
f Delinquent Notice IToticeMKLCHBR NoticeIELCHER NoticeMELGHER
catlon ea Uon and principal place of Ousuiess
Salt Sa lt Lake City Utah Notlc rotlceThere There are
delinquent de upon the following described describedstosk d describedoek cribd cribdstofitk
stosk st oek on account of assessment Sse sment No 10 of ofone otone ofe
one on e cent per hare levied on Jthc he 1st lety
day da y of December 1904 1 the aeveral veral era1 amounts amountsset amountsKt
set ac t opposite the names ofthe or the respective respectiveshareholders resJJcctheshareholders resCeetivearenolders
shareholders sh arenolders as follows followsNo followsNo 01108So
No No o Amt
Name Cert Shares Due Dueeac
Isaac J Is eac ac Jennings 166 166L > 111 3 tiS
L L D D Barnca 91 500 5CO 000arren
Warron W vV arroJi C Bogue Bogueagrent Bogueagent BogueT
agent 199 ± 210 2MO 2MOH 10 10H
H T Bams Earns196 O95 lfloo J0 304 304T
H T Earns Earns242 JS 1000 100 10011Mrs 100rs <
BJ Mrs rs L D Barnes 13 a 50O 5 000 300outs < X >
Louis L L outs Senrs 94 9 SOW 500 500ouis
Louis L L ouis Sears 1 93 15 5 500 500 515hos
Thos T hos Osterhout 162 Ii 36 354 S5o S5oTaylor 35nf 35I1aylor
f Taylor r aylor Sons Sons1110 128 500 50O 50OTaylor 500aylor
Taylor T aylor Sons Sons190 160 1 14 i 3OO 3OOaylor ffl fflTaylor i iTaylor >
T Taylor aylor Sons 161 Ci 500 500J 500C OO OOI
J C Osternout Osterhuut1l1 m wo t8 too tooDave ti1lODan 600ave
E Dave D ave Lundin 15 14 1T > 0 0ave MI MIDaxe 0 0Dave
D Dave ave Lundin 1S U9 150ay it1 x a 00 00Ra 0 0Ray
R Ray Ra ay Strlngham 190 6Q 600 5 000 000And 500nd o oAnd
A And nd In accordance with law and an order orderof orderor orderthe
o of the board cf directors made oh on the the1st the1st thet
j 1st 1s t day of December De < mber 1904 so many shares sharesof 8har 8haror shareeach
o of each parcel of such su < h stock as a may ma be benecessary bEfteCcsilrr hecessary
H necessary ne cessary will be sold at Die company s soffice sotrlce sfice
0 office of fice Room 45 Hooper building Salt SaltLake SaltLake Saltake
L Lake ake City Cit Utah on the 29th 29thday day of Janu Januar
a ar > 1906 at 2 p m to pay a the delinquent delinquentassessment d6 delinquentsessment nqutntatBcssment
a assessment as thereon together with the thecost thecost thest
c cost co st of advertising and expense of sate sateR sateR saleH
R M W1LKI7CSON Secretary Secretar
Salt Lake City It Utah Jan 8 Iffle 3 5 5OCIETY
Delinquent Notice MbticeMONSTER NoliceroNSTER NoticeMONSTER
MONSTER MINING lU IXG CO DUTCH DUTCHmountain DlTtHmountain DCTftountain
n mountain m CHfton mining district dl Tooele Tooelecounty TooE TooEcounty Toneleunty
o county co unty Principal place ot o business bneossst 42 o2est
West W est st Second South street Suit Lake city
Utah UtahNotice UtahNotlceTherf U < tah tahNoticeThere
Notice NotlceTherf There ar al delinquent upon th thE
t following fo < described stock on account of ofassessment ofaesessment ofssessment
a assessment No o t 11 of onehalf < t > cent nt per persnare ppronlrt peraare
s snare levied on tlte 2Sth day dH of Novm Novmber Novrober Novmcr
6 ber cr 19M the several amount < ot t oppo opposite oppnsite ¬
Si site si te the names of the respective share shareholders sharfholders shareolders ¬
h holders as follows
No o No X Amou Amoullt AmoulltName AWoulitame u
Name N > ame Cert ert Sharer Sh F 1 n1J n1JP > i iP
P L L Schmitt 36 UWt > 5 iln ilnH
1 H T Goldsmith 23 3000U WU 21 21And 2 2And
And in accordance with lh law and tn an mdft m orer ir irder
c der d er of the board of directors mad o > ih ih2Sth 1 t1 t1Stb ilth
2 2Sth 20 th day of November oem r 1 It > > 04 m > TOUIV TOUIVnweetury 1fliiVnares I1Ul I1Ul1llhaft15
s 1llhaft15 s sfl of e h parcel of 3ItO stock < k a as JDt ma11cy h hry
nweetury fl 11cy ry vt H bf oW at publ HU < I > I Iat
a at a t UH ofHc < of 0 tit > company t t i5 i5eeoni 2 V t tSecond tSecond
S Second S eeoni Sot th h ptre ftr street t Salt Lnkc liic < it itdrerday it itUtah i11ta1
Utah en Vi dreday dre t1ItY th the 28th day lR < of Jar Jarr Japar Jartt
ar r > IjjjS 1 at 2 oclock p I m fl to pay t tleJinijjeiit tdeHntlJent IeIinjrerit
leJinijjeiit i l issossLnicnt tFsJOSI11 nt thereon t taetlv gs < > tir tirwttn th r rlaJ tita
v wttn w ita rae e eosti cor hi of advertlaljiK anil fxp ezpeIro ezpeIrof in inof
laJ laJe COH
of o f sale II I L B WINDSOR r l lFIrst Secretary Secretaryirnt >
FIrst FirstubLcatiouJan Dubhcalioii Jan i 191 191An 1105 1105An 1805An
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
to t o the Utah Light Railway R nway Company C0l11p3nBe
Be it t wdaited r d < Isilne < I h te city Ci < iunci unci rj7 if ifalt > f fe
Salt = Z alt Lake e City balftat Utah UtahSection
Section 1 1That Tbat the e fr fsanch 13511cglire nch = e hcrtt hcrttfo hrctfOlie lterctoee
fo fOlie f oee e granted grant d to the Salt Lake J akt Oty 6ty t Rail Railroad Ra Bilload iI iIroad ¬
r road company its successor SU < eOTB and n < l ns ni8p ni8pto ijiii ijiiito <
t to o construct a street st t rallwav rlIl 3 fi rm t > m tli tlicenter 11G 11Gcenttr tl tlenter
t center c of the intersection of Third str trt trtand tr t tand tnd
f and a nd U strHt rb the center l1tpr of the inter intersection inl inleectlon interection ¬
i section s of > t South Temple < sneot and andstreet Iudstreet 1 1treet
street S thence the sout southerly > i erh rly and an tovihwir u oubwirilong hwlr 1 1alon < 1 1alonq
alon long a Thirteenth Thirt nlh East oa t sti tr t < li li1 li1Soutb i iouth i iSouth
South S St outh street whirh frunohiste 1 If found ii 1 1the i ihe
t the t he Revised H i8 > d Ordinances Oril tut of yot 1 f n pi pi4SO p q qo
4 4SO 111 o 0 e1 1 492 49S and I M I he ail i 1 < i In ti > i sain snrriereby o ohereb
hereby hereb h ereby is exteoted tip p to iiiitl u ou id idctober iiiiudJusr julu < llI llIOctobf
C October O ctober > r 21 19W 19 as resp respts ts tP t I tiin tiinwithin tl tIinithin In Inwithin
within w ithin which wild street railway is i isompleted to tocompleted 1 1completed
completed c and the grantee grnt iieiti llllined ned in insnid inhl injd
L s snid jd hl franchise tra thlse and ordinance anti its suc successor surcessor StiCessor ¬
c < cessor and assKnp are hereby hp hy given un unto UTto tino
j to t o and including October C 1 19 i5 1915 5 within withinwhich witbih ith ithwhkh
i which w h to complete said Id street sre < railway raIlwayrovidd
Provided P that said ald road be rompln mp niplted tNI l ii 101Thlrtetntl nihirteenth iiThirteenth
Thirteenth T East E t as a far south lIth as t Third TllrdSouth Thirdouth
South S street within itbin ninety days day after tii tiipassage till tillpa tueassage
pa passage p tfn tfnof of of this ordinance ordinancesaid a
SertIoa 2No other part i or portio portioiaid r raitl
said s aid ordinance or si said < i franchise is or shall shallbe shtllbp ha1I ha1Ie
be b e affected or changed cliln ed hereby here
Section 3 iThis This ordinance shall take takeeffect t2k t2keCtoct takeffect
effect e upon approval apjcovaLPlls apicovaLPassed
Passed ed by h the th city cowncH co otliij n ot Salt Lake LakeCity Laacity
City C ity Utah Decemtber 15 1 1ltir > Ui 181 and re reerred ¬
l ferred f to the t e mayor maY r fos ti > t his approval approvalJ Iti > pr val valI
City Recorder ReeordfrI
J I Approved pproved this JSad day of December ecemher1IM
MayorState Mayor MayorState Ia or orState
State of Utah City Cft and County Count of Salt Saltakess
Lake L ke5S akessr ke5Sr ss
r J a S S Crltehtow city recorder of Salt Saltake
Lake L ake City Utah do hereby certify that thatthe thattlH thathe
the t he aoove a above ove and foregoing 15 s a full true trueend trufEnd truend
end a nd correct eepy cop nf f an ordinance or lnAI1te entftl entltld entltldAn tltd tltdAn < < l lAn
An Ordinance Krtendlngr E tndin Time to the theruh thetah
T Utah U J tah Light i Railway Company passvl pJ l
by b y the city clt council of 0 Salt Lake City Ct ty
Utah U Ub tah December 19th 1SW 1100 tend approver approverby approfdby
Up by b y the mayor December 22nd nd UXM as a a apears al
pears p ears of record rec rd in my office officeIn oftiCfIn officeIn
In witness nhcreaf her r I have here hereunto ht hereunto > rE rEunto ¬
unto set my hand and affixed the theSeal th theSeal
Seal corporate seal of said city this this27th this27th this27th
27th day or 0 December 1S94 1S94J 19r 1384J
City ell Recorder RecorderBin RecorderBID RecorderBin
Bin No 160
An Ordinance OrdinanceAN
ion t 7sa Qt the Revised Ordinances or Salt
Lake City 1 1q03 03 providing for the ap aprs an anointinent ¬
pointment p rs and n1h fixing the salaries 1 of the theassistants thessistants
assistants a In the office of ot the treasurer Rc
Be it ordained by the city council councilor of
Salt Lake City
Section 1 1Thtt That Section 75 7 of the Re Revised Revised ¬
vised I ed Ordinances of o Si Stt S lakE Lake CitV CI he and
th t h same is hereby amended to read as s
follows follows7SS followsi
7SS t Assistants Appointment tE C Cflmpei Cflmpeiatlon < tmp mp i isntion
sntion S The treasurer shall have power to toappoint ttappoint toappoint
appoint during durin the term for which h is iselected j
elected e subject to confirmation by th thcity t the theity h hcity
city c ity council the following followIn assistants who whoshall willtul1
shall s ss hold office until the th Mondtty JlIo next nextsucceeding nf nextucceeding > xt xtsUtedlng
succeeding s the expiration oC the th term of ofoffice ItotQce rfoffice
office of the appointing a polnUn power wer
One deputy I ut treasurer trcasu r at t a salary pa1a of
thirteen t hundred l and eighty dollars per perannum pera perannum
annum annumOne a annumOne u uOne
One clerk at a salary of twelve hundred
dollars per annum 8anluuOne annuiliOne
One collector of licenses It lteenzcsat at a salary saJa of
twelvs hundred dollars per annum
One assistant collector of UVebws Ike 9f s at ata ata ata
a salary salar of ten hundred eighty dollars doIJrsper dollarsper dollarsper
per annum annumOne annumOne annumOne
One collector of delinquent dell ent water wat T rates ratfsat ralSata ratesata
at ata a salary of ten hundredeighty dollas dollarsper dollaspr dollasper
per annum annumSuch aanamSub annumSuch
Such salaries s shall be b paid p ld monthly monUll as asare asare asare
are the salaries l arifC of other city cit officer offlc r
Section 2 2All All ordinances fS in conflict conflictwith eonflitWith
with this ordinance or < hnance arehereby ar bereb repealed r peaJd
Section S STbb This ordinance ordht n e snail take t k ef ¬
fect upon approval approvalPassed appr approvalPassed al alPaStied
Passed by the tb city council of Salt Lake
City Cft Utah December Decm r l 1Sth th 1304 and re ¬
ferred to the mayor for his approval approvalJ
City Recorder
Approved this 2 22nd nd d day of XV December < embcr
Mayor MayorState MayorState MayorState
State of Utah City and County Cunt of Salt
Lake Lllkr1I5 Lllkr1I5I ss ssI
I J 1 S Critchlo city recorder of Silt Sa It
Lake City Utah do hereby certify c rtlfy that th t
the above and fwroKfllnK f ln < is isM H full true and aniAn an4correct
correct copy Or aft oona or1lnahce lcf fntltled
An Ordinance AmendiHK Section S ctiQn 755 cf
the Revised Ordinances Of Salt Lake City it
Ujft Providing for the theAppeintment Appointment Appoln t mtnt ant i 01
Fixing Fi lng the Salaries of Assistants in ih ihl ihlOffice h °
Office of the Treasurer passed by th thcity t te tecity p pcity
city council of Salt Lak City Utah tab De December Dtsnher Dcecmber >
cember snher 19th UXMj and an < l approved by the themayor t 1 1mayor he hemayor
mayor December Decem t 22nu n I9K as appears appearsof appeI S Sor
or record inmy IQ my office oKlceIn oUleIn officeIn
In witness whereof I have hero hcrunto hereunto
unto s set t ray hand and affixed ftlt the t hf >
Seal corporate a IlEfLI l of said aid d city this
27th day of Decftmber D mber1JtI 1M
City Keeonier Re
Consult Co County nt > Clerk or tho respective respectivesigners peeUve peeUvesigners
signers for further information informationIN
division hI and for SAt Lake county
state of Utah In In the matter of the es esate ¬
tate ate eor of George H Hlk lk Shaw deceased lWgu Notice
The petition of B B B Wick Vicqe ie administra ¬
tor of the estate of George H Shaw de deeased dEeased deieased
eased praying for an order of sale ale of ofreal ofproperty
real eI property of said decedent dect > dent and that thatall thatnil thatall
all persons Interested appear oofore o ore the thesaJd thesaid thesaid
said court to show cuiisc c cause use why an order tlrdQrshould
should not be granted to sell so much mu b as asshall a ashall asshalt
shall be necessary necesHt ry of the following d dscrlbod derlbed de deseribod
scrlbod real estate of said deceased to towit
wit It An undivided undhId d onehalf Interest InteM t in
lot 5 i block 9 plat F Salt S lt Lalc Lake City sur survey surr stirveyr ¬
vey has been set t for hearing on Saturday
ie J fnXo
the Slat day of January A D 1S05 at
10 oclock a u nu m at the tJi county eouut court
house In the court room of o said court courtIn
In Salt Lake City Clt Salt Lake county
Utah CtahVitness
Witness the clerk of said ajd court
Seal wtth Uh the seal thereof th r ot affixed this tlis7th thisflh
Tth day of January Janu r A D 103 1105J 18053LDR1DGE
Jltr J m BLDRBDGET JR CIrk CIrkB ClerkBy
By B W V H FARNSWORTH FAR SWORTR Deputy Del UtfClerk UtfClerkGtOrge > Clerk ClerkGeorge ClerkGeurgO
George L 1 Nye attorfley al rr ey for admtnla admtnlatrator adntnlatrator adnitnistrator

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