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6 THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY lIO AY MARCH 6 1905 190
GRAND CANYON CANYONCOPPER
0 COPPER MINING MININGFascinating MININGFascinating
Fascinating Region in Which Ric RicOres Rich RichOres BichOres
Ores Are Tantalizing TantalizingROCK TantalizingR
ROCK R CK SMELTS LIKE BUTTER BUTTERMANAGER BUTTERMA
MANAGER MA AGER ROOD XT ftT T CAMP TO TORELIEVE TORELIEVE E
RELIEVE A D MOFFAT MOFFATrn1807 MOFFATrn
rn1807 rn 137 13 an eastern concern of some somemeane somemeans
means and andablUty ability undertook to ex exploit exploit cxplott ¬
ploit the coppor deposits in the country countrylying countryblng countryyIng
lying south of the Grand Canyon Can on of the theColorado theColorado i iColOrado
Colorado in Arizona and and north of the theSan theSlln
San Francisco peaks and Bill Williams WilUamsmoul1tn1ns Williamsmountains i
mountains says a special correspond correspondent ¬
tnt nt In the Mining World The one tan tangible tangible tangUile ¬
gible outcome of that effort was a 70 70mile 70mile
mile railway from the town of Wil Williams WilHams Wil1Jam ¬
Hams on the Santa Fe main line Uneiand Uneiandtile land landthe andthe
the head of the Bright Angel trail trailabout trailabout
about midway of the canyons length lengthUp lengthUp
Up to the construction of this road roadthe roadUle
the canyon had not been touched by byrail byrail byrail
rail between Green river in Utah and andthe andthe
the Needles in California a distance distanceof
of aome 300 or more miles The new newline newUne newline
line wa was built by a subcorporation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the promoting company under a n very cry
favorable favor ble traffic and other arrange arrangements arrangements arrange7nents ¬
ments with the Santa Fe and was wa In Intended intended ¬
tended to serve the mining industry industryits
its promoters confidently confdently expected to toinaugurate toinaugurate toinaugurate
inaugurate inaugurateTrouble inaugurateTrouble
Trouble in the promoting promotng corporation corporationand cororaton cororatonAnd
and nd its Is branches brache threw the road into intoreceivership Intoreeivership intoreceivership
receivership reeivership an it i was sold by b the re receiver receiver receiver ¬
ceiver to people Interested in the Santa SantaFe SantaFe
Fe company becoming to all intents intentsan
an actual branch braJch of that tlat system Bsem Be Between Bet ¬
tween t ween the projection projecton of the road and andthe andthe
the receivers sale a good deal of mon money money monCl ¬
ey was attracted atracted into the supposed supposedmines supposednlnes
mines nlnes and at least leat one notation 10taton was wasmade wasmade
made on a a considerable scale in the theWall theal theWall
Wall al street end of New York YorkThe YorkThe
The heavy travel of sightseers to the thecanyon thecanyon
canyon and the surface display of ores oresalong oresalong
along and near the line have resulted resultedin resuled resuledn
in n the creation creton of fresh Interest interest so sothat sothat
that this year ear may see another attempt attemptat atempt atemptat
at mining or mine promotion promoton there The Theconditions Theconditons i iconditions
conditions conditons ought to be understood understoodThere understoodThere
There are ores and very er rich ores oresapproachable oresapproachable oresapproachable
approachable from the grass grss roots on onthat onthat onthat
that big mesa but they are in blanket blanketor
or lensshaped bodies in the upper upperstrHtum upperstratum upperstratum
stratum which Is limestone lmestone and some somemoney sme smemoue somemoney
money moue can cn undoubtedly be made by bycleaning bJ
cleaning deaninl up the biggest and best of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them and at a a relatively relatvel small smal initial initialoutlay inItal inItaloutlt initialoutlay
outlay outlt But whether any of them themwoula themwoula themwould
woula ever grow gro into a mine of any anyconsequence an anconsequence
consequence is open at least to grave gravequestion graequeton
question questionPhysical queton quetonPhysical questionPhysical
Physical Difficulties Difficultes Many ManyThe ManyThe ManyThe
The Grand Grnd Canyon clefts cleft the moun mountain mountain mountaiti ¬
tain range rnge all al the way ay across acrss almost almostdown almostdown almostdown
down to sea level and discloses dIsclose here hereand herennd hereind
and there veins of mineral running to toits tois tcits
its is farthest depths and disappearing disappearingunder disappearingunder
under the river But these are for the themost themost themost
most part inaccessible by reason of the theconfused theontused theconfused
confused and awful jumble of moun mountainsand mountaIns ¬
tainsand taIns andab and abysses sses that fill fUi it up In Inall InaU Inall I
all the 217 21 miles mUe of its is length there are areonly areonly areonly
only five lve places where trails trais of any anysort anJ anysort
sort reach rech the river and these thes trails trailsrire transnre
fire long and tortuous Possibly two twoof twpf tweof E
of f them themthe the Bright Angel and the theGrand theGrand theGrand
Grand View trails trailsmight trailsmight might be made into intowagon intowagon intcwagon
wagon roads roas but the cost would be bevery beyerJ bevery
very yerJ great great and the gradients difficult difficultat difcult difcultat
at best and even then the approach approachto apprach apprachto
to such veins as a are exposed anywhere anywherenear anywherener anywherehear
near ner them would not be close but butwould butwould butwould
would leave much expensive engineer engineerIng englneerlug engineerlug
lug to be done It would not seem seemlikely seemlkely seemlikely
likely lkely that machinery for concentrators concentratorscould concentratorscould concentratorscould
could even then be taken to the work working working worklug ¬
ing ground and smelters are out of ofth ofte olthe
th te the question queton on account of the uncer uncertainty uncertnint uncertainty ¬
tainty tnint of available avaiable water and the utter utterabsence uter utera
absence a of fuel anywhere aJwhere near The Theavailable T e evaUable
available ores ore thereforeare those that thatcan thatcan
can be got at at on the south side of the thecanyon thecanon thecanyon
canyon at slight slght depths and the lenses lensesen lensestt
en < 1 tt the surface south suth of the canyon canyonThese canyonThese
These can can be blown out and shipped shippedat
at a profit proft but their exploitation exploitaton would wouldhold woud woudhold wouldhold I
hold 1ont out no 10 very ver high hopes of per permanence perranene permaneiTce ¬
manence ranene Only one prospect in the thechasm thehasm th thchasm
chasm itself Iself looks like lke a good working workingproposition workingpropositon workin workinproposition
proposition propositon This is a group of of five fiveclaims fve fvecaims
claims caims on a a dyke of carbonates oxides oxidesand oxidesand ox1deand I
and sulphides of copper carrying crr lng con considerable conIderable ¬
siderable gold and silver siver The property propertywas propert3as r
was as fitfully tlruUy worked during durng five fve or six sixyears sixytars sI sIyears
years ytars by Ralph Cameron and a few fewother fewother
other local miners miner and then sod to toeastern toeastern tc tceastern
eastern people It I Is on a bench about aboutt00
2300 = 100 feet below the level of the can canyons canons canyous ¬
yons ons south rim rm Cameron and his as associates associate
sociates sociate made profits profts of 10 a ton and andupward anc ancupward I j jupward
upward after afer paying paying for mining sack sacking sackIng sackIng ¬
ing packing on burros three miles mies up upthe upthe u
the Grand Grnd View trail trB hauling haulng some someninety som somninety S j jninety
ninety miles mies by b wagon to Flagstaff Flagstaf Flagstalland j jand
and shipping thence by bJ rail rai to El Paso Pasoover Pasoover Pasoover
over 600 60 miles mle away a wa The branch brnch rail ral j jiiy
iiy n has cut ut the cost CQ t of ot hauling hauUngand and the theproperty theproperty thES S
property stands a fair fall chance with withgood withgood witigood S
good management mlnagement to make money moneythe moneythe
the vein so far as traceable or explored exploredbeing exploredbeing explorebeing I
being deep and promising prom srng to endure endureHow endureHow endureHow
How the Ores Occur OccurIt
It would seem that the tremendous tremendousconvulsion tremendousconvulsion S
convulsion that created the canyon canyonmust canyonmust 1
must have split the strata of this thisrounded thisrounde thi thiC S
rounded rounde mountain mountin range rnge and shot the themetalbearing1 themetlbeing th thmetalbearing C
metalbearing1 metlbeing magma up into the still stillplastic stl stilplastic
plastic plastc lime lme at the top spreading it i out outhere outhere ou
here and there in mushroom shapes shapesfor shape shapefor 5
for a distance distnce of fifteen ffteen to twenty twentymiles twentymies twent ya y
back from the southern rim
miles mies on onthe onthe oi a
the vary Ory y surface of the ground gound The Theappearance TheapnctUlce Th Thappefliftflce e
appearance apnctUlce of copper cpper ores or s there had hadbeen hadbe ha ci
been be known h own a a long time tme before two twobrothers twobrothers tw 0
brothers named nmed Nelllsundertook Ne1 Nellis undertook to toprospect toprospet t 0
prospect prospet for1 forthem them about ten years yearsHSO Jears Jearsago yearago S
ago HSOThe The dtcoveries dicoele made by these men menlooked menlooked mciLooked n
looked very large indeed and con considerable considerble ¬
siderable siderble excitement ectement arose ur se Captain Captainmitn Ii i iWilliamO
WilliamO Wi1lium mitn O ONeill OXeU of ofPrc Preseottbecame Preseottbecameinterested ottbeame ottbeameintereste e
interested intereste and in turn interested intereted the theeastern theeastern th theastern e
eastern corporation corporton Captain Cptin ONeill ONeillvvas OXemwas OeIwas
was a man of large views viewsand and remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able ability ablt and his purpose If I car carTied cr crTied carvied
Tied out out would ould undoubtedly undoubted have pr prq prqduced < j jduced
duced worthy results reult They included includednot incuded i
not only the consolidation consoldaton of all dis discoveries discoverIO discoveries i ¬
coveries coverIO in one ownership but the rail railway ri railnay ¬
way and and a smelter seltlr to be built buit at Flag Flagstaff Flagstaf Flage ¬
staff staf where plenty of water could be behad behad b be e
had from the public publc supply and where wherethe wherethe wiserthe e
the ores ore could culd be brought to meet the thefuel te tefuel th e efuel
fuel at a comparatively comparatvely low cost costThe costhe
The he surface ores carry cy their own ownfluxes onfuxe ow n
fluxes fuxe and their quarrying quarrlng transport transportand trnsport trnsportand t
and treatment could have 1aye been accom accomplished accompUshed I ¬
pUshed at a figure fgure that would ould have haveleft haycleft lsav lsavleft e
left a good god profit proft in almost any stage stageof stge stgeof e eI
of the copper market while whie the quan quantities quanttes quitsC I ¬
titles ttes to be drawn drwn upon upon would have haverun havern C
run rn far enough into the future to make makethe makethe makh e
the business busines worth while hIe His death deathat deatha h
at a t the head hed of of his company of Rough RoughRiders RoughRld RougRIdqs h
Riders Rld s in SCuba Cuba was followed folowed by the thedisintegration thedlsintgton th e
disintegration dlsintgton of the te enterprise the therailway therUway th thd e ee
railway rUway being beJg its it only accomplished accomplishedfeature accompUshedfeture accomplishefeature d
feature feture Two or three tlr e efforts etort to re revive reIyo revivo ¬
vive Iyo it i haye 10 failed failedOre fifladOre led ledOre
Ore Smelts Smelt Like Butter ButterThese ButterThese ButterThese
These surface surlce ores are very ver tantal tantalizing tntI ¬
1 izing izlng They The run high in copper smelt smeltlike smeltlke sme I
like lke butter bute and cary carv appreciable val values values Va I ¬
ues in gold and silver siver In October O tober r
1897 18 Dr Samuel Eaton assayer asyer to the thesubtreasury thesubtreasury th thsubtreasury e
subtreasury at New York examined examinedsome examinedsome d dsome
some of the te claims in behalf of a party partyof partof
of people living at Nyack Nyack N Y Who Avhosubsequently Whosubsequenty wh whsubsequently
subsequently subsequenty paid considerable conslderble money moneyinto mone I IInto t tjnto
into the promoting promotng corporation cororton Dr DrEaton DrEaton Di DiEaton
Eaton went so far as to reduce his hisaverages hi La Laaverages
I averages aerges for safety by pounding up upcountry upcounty u p pcountry
country county rock with wih his samples and andstill andstl an a aEl
still stl reported copper to the te extent of c El
12 and 15 per cent and ad over with wih good goodvalues goodvalues goo d dvalues
values In gold and silver siver but he was wascareful wascareful sva 8
careful to deal dealwfh with the te thesurface surface only onlyand onlyand oni oniand lr 8lr
and express Qpress no opinion opinion as n to depth If Ifthere Ifthere I f fthere
there were ere determinable deterinable chimneys or orshoots orsoot c ri rigfloot
shoots below thesf lenses tJt that could couldbe couldbe coul d j jbc
be followed tolowtd to pciifcat al4Ut bodies bodes under the theJ th e J
J
limethat lme l ime that that sont sort so of stuff stuf itvould W wou1d < uld make makeopulent makeopulent makepulent
opulent o mining mlnlngbut miningbut but nobody nobdy knows knowsanything kows kowsnyhlg knowsnyththg
aa anything a nyhlg about that tat and It I isnt likely likelyany lkely lkelyan likelyny
any an a as ab ny one ever eve will wi The mesa will wH never nevershow nevershow neverhow
show s how a mine of any notable greatness greatnessbut geatnes
but b ut here and there tere some ores may my be beworked beworked beworked
worked at a profit proft while whie It lasts lastsGREAT lastsGREAT lastsGREAT
GREAT PLACER MINING MININGIdaho MININGIdaho MININGdaho
Idaho I Company Diverts Payette Pay te Riv River River River ¬
er and Runs it Through Tunnel TunnelJ TunnelLe
J Le Lee > ee Bunch one of the original orlgin l lo locators loctors ¬
cators ctors c of the Oxbow placers placer and who whoconceived whoconehed
conceived conehed c the te idea of turning turning Payette Payetteriver Payete Payeterver
river rver r through trough a tunnel below Deadwood Deadwoodfork DeadwoodfQrk
fork f fb ork for the te purpose purse of rendering least feasibleand fei feibled
bled b comparatively com atvely inexpensive the theworking theworking
working of the te bed of the river and andutilizing andutiizIng andutilizing
utilizing utiizIng the water wate for power purposes purposeshas purposesha
has ha h as given gven the Idaho City CIJ World a a num number number ¬
ber of interesting interestng items Iems In II connectionwith conneton connetonwit connection
with the
wit enterprise enterpriseThe enterpriseThe
The water will w1 have a fall of forty fortyeight ort orteight
eight e feet at the mouth of the tunnel tunnelbut tunnelbut
but b ut a pipe line will wi carry carr it i to Pine flat flatthreequarters 1at 1atthrequartr
threequarters threquartr t of a mile below giving givingan gvIng gvIngan
an a n additional additonl fall fa1 of sixtytwo sxtytwo feet feetThe feetThe
The tunnel will wil drain two miles mie of the theriver therIver
river r bed and the pipe line will wi give giveover giveover
over threequarters of a mile n1le more of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he river bed be to be mined This pipe pipeline pipeUne
line l ine will wi be five feet in diameter to be beConstructed
Constructed d onstrcted of strips strIp of timber tmber meas measuring measurIng ¬
uring urIng 2x2 or 3x3 inches incho to be securely secure 1 1fastened
fastened f wih with iron bands The coet coetwill cst cstw1
will w1 be less than that of iron iron pipe and andit andi
it i i t Is estimated estmated that a line lne made of ofwood ofwood
wood will wl11ast last twenty years yea Two lines lineswill lnes lneswil lineswill i
will wil be 0 constructed consrcte so that that in case cas of ofaccident otaceident
accident a to 0 one the water w ter will wil be turned turnedthrough turne turnethrough
through t the other thus Insurng Insuring a con continlance ¬
tinuance t of power powerThe powerThe
The company cmpanJ will begin Ajork this thisspring thisspring i
spring s on a wagon road to be construct constructed trk ¬
ed e d from Garden valley to the Oxbow OxbowThe OxbowThe
The cast cat will wil be between betwee 17000 17bOO and
20000 2000 The electrical eectrical machinery machine will willbe wi
be b e taken in about next net August but the thecpmpany thec
cpmpany c < mpan does not expect to be able to tofurnish tt I Irurnish
expec
furnish f power pow before the spring or orsummer orsummer
summer s of 1906 1906The 1906The 1906The
The tunnel at first frst made fourteen fourteenfeet fOurten i
feet f eet wide ide nine feet high on the sides sidesand sidesand
and twelve twe1e feet In the center it being beingarched beIngarche
arched arche and afterward aturward widened to totwenty totwent
twenty twent t feet as originally orglna planned planned is isnow isnow
now no being widened idened to twentytight twentyightfeet
feet f eet
feetThe
The company companJ expects to turn the wa W Wter ¬
ter t er of of Payette P ette river through this tun tunnel tunnel ¬
nel in about six weeks Miners lners wi will willthen
then be put to work extracting extratng gold
from f rom the tre bed of the river rier Somewhere Somtwhere i
ployed ployedThe ploYe between loO 1iO and 300 30 men will wil be em employed emploYe employed ¬
The he cost of the tunnel when com completed completed ¬
pleted will wi be about 5120000 The esti estimated ¬
mated cost before the work was wa start started stat stated estI
ed was 30000 dimensions
then to be benine benine
nine feet high and twenty twent feet wide
The extra ext cost was wa due in a great greatmeasure geat geat1neasue greatmeasure
measure 1neasue to hot springs Mprngs that were
tapped t ppe It I was almost almos impossible impoSfb1e for forthe rorthe
the t he men to endure it
i so intense intens was wa the
heat het Severa Several were overcome and had theL L
to be carried crrIed out outThirty outThirty
Thirty tons of giant gIant powder has been beenused beenused L
used to date In driving dr ing the tunnel
From 150 UOto to 170 1 O pounds pouldshave have been used
for each ech round of holes holesThe 111e
The power that will wi be furnished dur ¬
ing l ng low water oter will w1be be about 20000 horse horseland hors
and the te electrical electricl machinery will wIl be e of
that capacity apalt The cost of the plant
I together with freight expense expen of in installing instaling
stalling staling construction constrcton of pipe line lne road roadand roadand
and other expensesto expen to be incurred incured be e ¬
fore lorethe the plant is ready to transfer
redJ to pow power power ¬
er to Boise Boie and ad vicinity and intervening
points will w1 be about 1500000 1500O Ten I
thousand thousnd horsepower horepwer has already been beenspoken beenspoken I
spoken for in
Boise This includes pow power powe ¬
er e for the proposed electric road from I
Boise to Pearl pearlAT j jAT
e AT ONTARIO AND DALY DALYManager DALYManager
Manager Rood Goes Go s sOut Out Outto to Relieve RelieveSuperintendentMoffat Releve ReleveSuperintendent
SuperintendentMoffat SuperintendentMoffatC Superintendent Mofat Mofatc
C I L Rood manager manger of the Ontario Ontarioand OntarIoand
and Daly mines at Park City Cl left for forcamp forcamp
camp c yesterday morning to look after
the t he readjustment readustment of affairs afairs resulting resultng afer
from f rom the resignation resigaton of Superintendent
A A D Sloffat 1tfat Mr 111 Rood was not in inclined incined ¬
dined cined to discuss the reasons for the theretirement theretrement t
retirement retrement r of Superintendent Mbffat
Saturday night As mentioned mentonedyester yester ¬
day da the latter later handed in his resigna ¬
tion ton to take effect efect yesterday esterda and the themanager themanager t
manager went to camp to relieve releve him himof himof L
of his charge chargeWhether chargeWhether
Whether a successor to Mr tr Moffat Moffatwill
Mofat MofatwI
will wI be named or whether Manager ltanager
Rood intends to assume personal personalcharge personalcharge I
charge of operations operatons at the properties propertiescould propertes propertescould I II
could not be learned but there Is an atmpression L
impression i here that Mr r Rood will wil I
be very much in evidence at camp
from now on Development at both I
the Ontario and Daly are understood understoodI
to be at a most interesting Inteestng stage and auc aucthe I
the latter mine in particular is
later partclar count counted counted counted ¬
ed upon to supply supplynews news out of the or ¬
dinary dinar before very er long
It I is not going to take many weeks 3
to finish fnish the drain tunnel to the west western western ¬
ern em boundary lines lnes of the Daly and andwhen anc I
when hen that point is reached the Daly
West will wi take up the work ork and and the S
Daly company will wi be left free to ex explore explore cxplore ¬
plore the different diferent ore bodies cut in It 1
driving the tunnel tunnel It I addition addIon it is isunderstood isunderstood Is 3 3understood
understood that Interesting Interestng country countr is isnow Isnow i 5
now being entered on the Federal tunr tun
nel nd level and a d during the next few fes t
weeks week there thereAn good news will wi be coming from I
Mining M inng Notes Notesv NotesAn
An li inortant ort8nt strike v is i i > report reported JUJJUI IVU HI at a < I
point twelve twehc miles mies north of Kawich Kawi Kawichstrong h a astrong a
strong ledge having been
strong uncovered whicb hich I
shows values aues as high as m 90 0 and 100Caliente 100 100Caliente 0
Caliente Express Ex rcsS Joe Gronson Grnon one of o I j
the ti owners owner of the Yellow Yelow King KhfS croup of o I I Iv
sold mines on the ouJ
v upper u > jrti Virgin vuHii river river re ¬
ports having struck a vein four feet wide wid l
of highgrade free gold ore He has ha ha
taken out several tons of this ore and an ancrushed
crushed some of it I in an arrastra aver ¬
aging 20 2 daily daUJ as a result reult arastr of his hlf hL work workW workV workw
W V J Craig Crlg the efficient effcient superintendent t
of the Yampa Yampo mines at Birigham has ten ¬
dered his resignation resl naton BiIham in ordur odur der that he ii e
can Rive Ive propositions propositons In which he is per ¬
sonally onaly Interested better attention atenton He H
has ha made an enviable etlabte record at the lii
Yampa Yampa a a a property which he has tranp tran
formed from a prospect prospet into one of tranf the th C
big bonanzas of the state stateCaliente stateCalenteExpres stateCaliente
Caliente CalenteExpres Express George Geor e Brown and an ii
Mike lko Delany Dela3 owners of the Silver Siver Boot Bootgroup Bootgroup t
group of claims clims west of Calionte CaUonte sold soldout soldout aol aolout
out their th < lr Interests Iltrest this week we ok to James
Fletcher Fetcher of Trinidad Colo Cob for 20000 0 of ofwhich ofwhIch o 8 f
which 10 per p r cent is s paid In cash and the theremainder theremainder th e eremainder
remainder in two equal cunl payments on six si Ix Ixmonths C Cmonths
months and nd one years ers time tm < These Theseproperties Thee TheeproperU e
properties < s were wee located 10 < ated Qne year er ago and an
there tere are now over sixty tons of shipping shippinore i
ore extracted extrcted and ready for shipment shipmentKnigman shipment shipmentJnIgman
Knigman Ariz Arz Miner P H and an ci cinson
Anson nson II Smith Smih and M r A Sawyer Sa we have la hay ve C
located what appears aear to be one of the th e
largest deposits depo lt of wolfram ore ever dis discovered discovered i icovered ¬
covered In the territory terrior on the east side sideof aideof ld ldof
of the Cerbat Cerbt range rnge about six miles mHe north northof northof fortof
of Kingman The ore occurs m massive C
1
dvKes dYRe of feldsaar and tons of It It tasshe are to t 0
be found in the great reat boulders broken n
from the main vein Samples of the th ore ore11ave or 0
have been ben sent scntto to chemists chemist and if It is of ofgood orgood o d dgood
good quality qualt It i wi will be worked extensively oten extonaivellEuroka helY helYEurka
Eureka Eurka Nev Sentinel Sentnel The Mormon Mormonranchers Mormoranchers Iormo Iormoranchers
ranchers of the White Yhltt river auction ton are arehighpricesatKawleh ar ar e
taking advantage of the h good tmes times an
highpricesatKawleh high price at Jwlc Several of them themrecently t1m t1mrecenty ann fl flrecently
recently recenty went wetfl Me11lhto into to the th new came with withproduce 11 11produce
wih wihproduce
produce beef and hay and found a ready readymarket readymarktt read readmarket
market marktt They asked 100 10 a ton for hay ha habutdlsnoted
but butdlsnoted disDoeed of it i at 60 O a a ton A A Hot Ho ii
Creek rancher rnchr who took beef to Kawich Kawichfound awleh awlehfound is isfound
found thf the market had been bten suppiie tem temporarily temprrU3 I Iporarily ¬
porarily prrU3 by the Mormons and offered his hi 5
beef at 8 cents by bJ the auactcr ouatter otcred Beef re retails 10 10tais i itails ¬
tails tais at 25 2 2 cents a pound poundAPPROACHING poundAPPROACHING poundAPPROACHING
APPROACHING 8000 8000Subscribers 8000Subscribers 8000Subscribers
Subscribers in Salt 1ake 1akeActual lakeActual Lake LakeActual
Actual number March March 1 1905 190 7S34 7S34The 7S3L L
The Thegowth growth is remarkable remarkable arid ad we e ex expect expect expect ¬
pect to show the greatest telephone tele t1ehoii hole e
development in the United States by b V
the end nd of the yea yenROCKY yeasnoci v vROCKY
ROCKY noci MOUNTAIN IOUNTAN BELL EJL TELE ¬
PHONE CO COI COHonest y yv
I v Honest Plumbers Pl PlunbersI ibers ibersI I II
I arsHlgiGy arsHlgiGyrCol itlgtJj rCol Co o 109 East En t Mrst MrstSouth pjrs t1
South Phone Phon 732 7 Electric wiring Wirig lsrl I j
r JFAIY riTlllH riTlllHA HENNINGS BG Biti Of PI PIA
A Poker Story of the Days When WhenTabor WhenTabor
Tabor Ruled by Right of Might MightNever MightNever
Never heard them called ca ed Tabors Taborssaid Tabor mbors2aid
said s aid the Cripple Creek man Why
tnats that t ta s the official ofcial designation deIgaton for kings kingsanywhere Vy
anywhere a within wihin the sphere of influ influence Infu Infuence ¬
ence e of the Rocky mountain mountan poker pokergame pokergae pokerame
game gae g ame What Well Wel seeing how youve youvenever youenevcr
never n heard hear of Tabor it isnt likely likelyyou lely lelyyou
you y ou would know about that hand had of his histhat hi hithat
that t has ha become bcome part of American his history hi5tor hisory ¬
tory tor t ory west of the Missouri Missour river riverWay riverWay riverWay
Way back in the early j > Os Tabor Taborwhose Taborwhose
whose w hose bull bul luck had made him a big bigortune
fortune fo f une in the Leadville LeadY1e mines thought
hed he h ed d polish polsh off of his bigness bigess with some somedizzy sme smedizzy
dizzy d izzy political poUtcal honors ChalIce Chafee United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States S tates senator from Colorado Colordo had just justdied justdIed
died d ied and the legislature which was w s in insession Inseon
session seon s elected Tabor to serve the bal balance balance ¬
ance a nce of his term Tabor was a man manof Jnanof
of o f large ideas Idea likewise lkewIse he was wa mighty mightyfond mightyfond
fond f of poker and ad mighty leery of ofstrangers ofstrngen
strangers strangersNowi strngen s
Nowi Non there was wa a quiet little ltte card cardsharp cardsharp
sharp s who had been barred from frm the theUnion theUnion thenion
Union U nion Pacific Pacifc trains on account of the themonotonous themonotonous
monotonous m frequency with wih which fat fatpursed fatpursed
pursed p ursed passengers pasenger whod make his ac acquaintance ¬ I Iqualntace
pq quaintance qualntace q en route landed in Ogden Ogdenwithout Ogdenwihout
without wihout w money money enough to tip tp the Pull Pullman Pul ¬
man m an porter His name was Frank Frnk Ken Kenning en enning ¬
ning fl ing but he was variously known as asFattyringer
Fattyringer PattYl1nger or Fatty Paty because he hedealt hedea1t
dealt d cards like Jke a clumsy cumsy schoolgirl schoolgirland i iand
and a nd shuffled shute a deck like lke a schoolgirl schoolgirllearning schoolgirllearning
learning l to play old maid He was wasthe wasthe
the t he meekest man ma since Moses oses timid timidas tmid tmidas
as a s a fawn with wih soft sof brown eyes e es that thatwould thatwould
would w ould have have softened the heart of a ashortchange ashortchange ahortchange
shortchange s man His bearing was wasone wasone wasne
one o ne perpetual apology apolog for living lving and andhe andhe
he h e looked the te prayerful part of the thesnowsprinkled thesnowsprnkled
snowsprinkled snowsprnkled s maiden with the thebrown brown brownhood brownhood
hood h ood on who says Oh sir to the vii villain i ¬
lain l in the melodrama melodramaWhen melodrama
When Superintendent Clarke of the theUnion theUnIon thenion
Union U nion Pacific Pacifc mountain division cut cutout cutout
out o ut his graft gaf Fatty Faty offered ofered him a 10
000 0 00 subsidy just to let him work the thesleepers thesleeper
sleeper s sleepers on the overland mail and said saidhed sfd sfdhed
hed h ed give bond to take tke on nobody but butministers butminister
ministers minister m of the Gospel Likely Clarke Clarkewould Clarkewould
w would ould have taken him up only hed hedgotten hedgoten
gotten goten g sore on him a couple of months monthsbefore monthsbtore monthsefore
btore b before for trying tring to teach an old gen gentleman genteman ¬
tleman teman t something about the mysteries mysteriesof
of o f twohanded cinch The old gentle gentleman gente ¬
mm man ma m an who was going west to t visit his hisI hIsmarried
I married m arried daughter d ughter happened to men menI menton
I ion ton t to her husband that he had paid
500 just jus for that one little ltte lesson lessonand lessonand lessonnd
and a nd the husband happened to be Clarke ClarkeHe Clake ClakeHe
He H e sent Fatty Faty word that if i he ever everput everput
put p ut foot on the Union Pacific Pacifc right of ofaway otaway
away a again agIn hed turn him over to the theCheyenne theCheene
Cheyenne Cheene C sheriff sheriffJust sherif
Just about the time tme that Fatty Faty was wasturned wasturned
turned t adrift in the cold world the theColorado theColorado theolorado
Colorado C papers were full of the sena senatorship genatorhip
torship torhip t Fatty Faty winded Tabor Taborhe he had hada
a cold nose for good ones onesstruck struck south southto southto
to t o Denver and browsed browsd around aroud there thereuntil thereunti therentil
until unti u ntil the new ne senator started stted east eastwhich eat eatwhich
which w hich you ou can gamble wasnt many manyhours manyhours
hours h ours after ater his election electon He had to get gethis gethis getis
his h is moneys worth you ou see ee and the thegame thegme
game gme g ame in Washington Washingon was wa going to toclose tocose tolose
close cose c down mighty might soon son Fatty Fatt ob observed obsered ¬
served s with wih joy that Tabor took the theBurlington theBurIngton theurlington
Burlington BurIngton B railroad rairoad he took It i too tooalso tooalso toolso
also a lso the berth opposite opposie Tabors By Bynoon Bynoon
noon n oon the next day he was listening lstening in intimid intimid inimid
timid t wonder to the story sto of Tabors Taborsamplitude Taborsampltude t
amplitude ampltude a of wealth and honors honorand honorandby honorsand honorsandy and andby
by b y 3 oclock they were playing a a lit little lt lttIe litie ¬
tIe t ie harmless game gme of seven up from a adeck adeck aeck
deck d eck from Tabors grip for a quarter quartera quartergameno
a game gameno gameno no more for Fatty Faty said he hedidnt hedidnt heidnt
didnt d savvy cards much and ad was agin agingamblin agn agngambUn
gamblin g gl anyhow while whie Tabor wa was wasleery
leery leer l eery of strangers strangersThey strangersThey
They played along for an a hour or ortwo ortwo
two t wo Fatty Fatt with guileless guieless innocence innocece innoceceleting i iletting
letting leting l drop occasional little ltte scraps scps of ofinformation orinforaton I
information inforaton i il about his narrow simple simplelife simplelfe
life lfe l until unti Tabor knew he he was a a a hard hardworking had hadworking hardorking ¬
working w miner who in half hal a score scoreof scoreof
of o f years ers toil toi had accumulated enough enoughto
to t o give a modest support to himself himselfand himslf himslfand
and a nd his old mother back in Kentucky KentuckyHe Kentuck
He hadnt seen her since he come out outhe outhe
he h e said and now he was going back backto backto
to t o comfort her declining years yea and ad all allthat aUthat allhat
that t Tabor swelled up with the te con contrast contrast ¬
trast t between himself and this guile guileless guie guieless ¬
less l ess creature Then too being a sena senator senator senaor ¬
tor t or he naturally looked down on Fat Fatty Fatt ¬
ty t y Thats Tats where the senators foot footslipped footsUpped
slipped s When you know enough about abouta abut abuta
a man to look down on him he ceases ceasesto ceaes ceaesto i
to t o be a a stranger and it was wa 5 only of ofstrangers ofstrngers oftrangers
strangers strngers s that Tabor Tabr was leery leeryWell ler
uWel Well luck kept running Tabors way wayIn wayIn
In I n that little ltte sevenup game for Fat Fatty Fatty ¬
ty t y was playing like Ike an idiot boy and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when the engine whistled whisted for the Has Hastings Ha ¬
tings tngs t yards Fatty was out nearly nely 2 2Then 2Then
Then T hen Fatty Faty dealt and fumbled up the thediamond thedIamond
diamond d queen for trump Tabor picked pickedup picke
up u p his six cards cads and found mostly mosty kings kingsfour kigs kigsfour
four of them themNow themuNo
uNo Now no man who ever sat st In a agame agae aame
game gae g ame could resist a sigh at such waste wasteof wate wateof
of o f good god material materal Tabor Tabr had sat in infrequent infrequent
frequent f games game Id Id like lke to discard discardone discardone
hand he hesaid hesaid heaid
one o ne and play this for a a poker
said s aid more to himself than to his op opponent oPponent ¬
ponent ponentI p onent
I dont savvy svvy poker much replied repliedthe repUedthe L
the gentle gente Fatty Faty in in a a deprecating deprecatingtone dereatng dereatngtone
tone t one He picked up his cards crds and looked lookedat
at them then then he clumsily sorted sorO them themout tem temout I
out sticking 5tcking them between his fingers fingerslike
like l bookmarks bokmarks Then he Ibundiecthem bundled bundledthem unde
them lke together again and gazed long at atthe atthe al
togther
the diamond queen queen lying face up on the thedeck te tedeck
out his cards cardsand I
deck Then he opened crds crdsand
and looked again Fatty Faty seemed seemed puz puzzled puzzled puzzied ¬
zled Tabor grew Interested I dont dontsavvy dontsYY
savvy sYY vvy poker gew much much repeated Fatty Fattybut Fatt Fattbut
but if I reckon if I had that there therequeen therequeen
queen o diamonds there I could likely likelybeat lkely lkelybeat likelibeat r
beat most any hand there Is IsThe IsuTh
uTh The senatorial heart leaped with de delight deligt ¬
light at the very eT thought of f a killing killingEverybody kiing kiingEYeT
ligt
Everybody EYeT bod is legitimate legItmate prey In a poker pokergame pokergme I
game no matter mater how many dear old oldmothers oldmother ole I
gme
mothers mother theyve got Tabor pulled puled on onhis onhis S
his poker face fae and shinned over his hiskings hiskng hIsL I
kings kng to see they the were all al there A Aglance Aglance L
glance at his two side cards cads showed showedhim showedhim showecbini 1
him the eight and ten of diamonds diamondswhich diamondswhich
which cinched cin hed even the remote chance chanceof chace chaceof S
of of the queen qu en making makng a a straight flush flushfor 1ush 1ushfor flus flusfor 1
for the other fellow fellowYou fcHowYou fellowYou
You can have her he said gid dis discarding discar dinI ¬
carding car ing the eight and once more moresqueezing mor morsqueezing I
squeezing out his fat monarchs to tomake tomake tE I
make sure none of them bad got away awayThen awayThen
Then he pulled puled out < ut a 101 roll as a big as a amans amans t tI
mans leg peeled peled off of a couple of f 100 100bills 100bms 101 101bills I
bills and tossed tossed them te on the tle table tableTake tableO
O Take her up and and call cal that If you youthink youthinlc yoithink 1
think youve got the cards he said saidThe saidThe saidThe
The lavish display of wealth wealh seeniel seenielto seer seeme 1 1to
to disconcert disonert the guileless gieless Fatty Fatt He Hestarted Hestarted H Hstarted S
started to throw up his 11s hand had paused pausedand pausd pausdand pausedand
and started again agin At length he hesitatingly hesltatngl heal healtatingiy ¬
tatingly tatngl pulled puled a couple of side cards cardsout carsQut
out of his hand and gingerly picked picke up upIhe upLhe UI UIthe l
the queen que n Then en unbuttoning his vest vesthe vesthe
he reached rtached r ached around arnd through thrugh the opening openingin i7
in his woolen shirt and drew forth a agreasy agreas s sgreasy t
greasy leather pouch suspended about abouthis abouthis abouhis
his neck neckI
I think gamblin gnbUn for real moneys moneyswrong moneyswrong7 money moneywrong S
wrong wrong7 he said sId as he untied unte the pouch pouchan
an I dont savvy Svvy this thi game gme much but butI bu buI t
1 sholy believe beleve Ive Ive got a better hand handthan handtha I
than tha you OU have haesence sence I got this t yer yerqueen ye yeS r rqueen
queen Fm Im carryin erlt my money io e this thisway thIswr thi thiS S
wr way he continued contnu apologetically apologUcUy apoib tically sos sosI sosI soS soSI S
I wont get robbed robbedHe robbedUHe
UHe He laid a fat roll on the table and andthen andthen ani anithen I
then hesitated hesitatedat at which Tabors Tbors eager eagereyes eagereyes eageeyes
eyes glistened glsten d with wih covetousness cov tusnes Then ThenFatty ThenFatt Tliei TlieiFatty
Fatty Fatt heaved a a longsighfand spoke spokeSupposin spokeupposin
Supposin Ive gob got a realrgood re 1od hand handand handand t
and I put in 200 and a whole lot more morebesides morebesidesmoren mr 0
besides besidesmoren moren I think tink youd want wtnt to toput toput t tput 0
supposin youdontput dont that thatmuch thtmuch tha
put up upsupposin upsupposin you put up t
much more wouldnt I get gt that 200 200of 200of 20 20of 0
of yours jours then thenIt thenI
It I took toI all aI the practiced yractce senators senatorsselfcontrol senators senatorsselfcontrolto S
selfcontrolto to maintain maintin his calmness as ashe ashe a ahe S
he assured his victim his view of the therule therule th e erule
rule of the raise rie was was correct correctThen corret correctTheir
Then Teu theres the thc00 200 said Fatty Fattypainfully Fat Fatpainful Fattye
painfully painful counting countng thatamount thataount into the thepot th thpot thpot e
pot pot and heres 32300rnore 2300 23001ol more thaCs thats the thebalance thebalance th e ebalance
balance of Just half the t 5000 5joO Im Imtak Imtaking Bak Baking tale talehome ¬
ing home lQme I Iteckon reckon you dont wuit want nt to torisk t 0
risk i so 1 aonwqh much nU h mj Wn U1Jifl ney > as that just for forDont fori fo fo2d0 0r r
t2wQ 2d0 eq yqu ou senatr senatrU elIattiz elIattizDoit
U Dont I n tried 110 Tabor abar with open op S SI SI
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eagerness eaes e now that tha he hod ha hahookM hooked hook d his hisfish hisfsh hissh
fish fsh fi fir sh Ill 11 just see that tat little ltte 2300 230 and andraise andrise andaise
fiy raise rise r the ppt ptbow pathow tiow much did you OU say sayyou sayyoU sayou
you y ou had there ther Twentyfive Tntyfve hundred hundreddollars hundreddonas hundredollars
dt dollars donas d wasnt it i That other ote 2000 2000there 2000there
there t dit belongs belon to your our partner parnr eh Well Wellits Wel
ita its Is it s on the table tble and your Jour 2500 and It Itall ItaU
all a ll goes This is able ble stakes staes Youve Youvegot Youyegot
got g ot to shove in that 4500 bundle if you youwant JOU JOUwat
want wat w wf ant to see this hand hadr handor or have a show showfor showtor
for f or the pot potDistressed potDistresse potDistressed
Distressed Distresse surprise surrise drew dew every cer line linein Unein
in i n Fattys FtYS7 innocent innoent face fae as a the exult exultant exultant ¬
ant a nt senator snator planked plaked down his 4500 450 on onthe onthe i ihe
the t he table He gulped g lpe tried tred to speak speakfailed speakfalea speakailed
failed f artd gulped He at atthe
falea a1 glped again agn e gazed ge
the t he pot gazed ge at his cards c then turned turnedhis turnedhis
his h is pleading pleading eyes upon Tabor TaborHave Tabr TabrHayehave
Have Hayehave Havehave have I he stammered stammeredhave stammeredhayeI
have hayeI I got gt to put up this money mone more moreMy mor
My M y partners partners too tooYou tO
You do unless you want ant to lose losewhat losehat
what w hat youve put in answered anwered Tabor Tabr in incold incold
cold c old contempt Then Ten he turned ttrned his face facefrom facefrom
from f rom the te pleading pleadng eyes ee and gazed gze out outat outtthe
at a tthe t the freight feight cars car scuttling scuttlng by b His Hishardened Hishardene i
hardened hardene h old poker heart hea was as mighty mightynear mIghtynear
near n ear touched but it would never do for fora
a a western weter senator to play the game gameother gne gneother
other o than tha up to the handle But still stillhe sthlhe
he li e added adde impatiently hnpatenty Come Co e hurry hurryup hury huryup
up u p I want to get gct out and get some somefresh somefresh
fresh f air here hereId hee7 hee7U
U Id Id hate mighty to go home broke broketo broketo i
to t o my mJ old nv Ither mther ther said Fatty Faty with withthe withthe withhe I
the t he tremolo stop on his voice but Ive Ivegot ryegot
got g ot half haf o Toy I own money mey in in there and andthough ad adthough andhough L
though t I dont savvy savv the game much I Ithink Ithink I Ihink
think t Ive Ive got gt a mighty good hand handHowd handHowd
Howd H owd it do senator sentor for us both to totake totke
take tke t our ou money back Well Vel then Im Imgoin Im ImgoIn
goin g oin to put it in Got to put in my mypartners my mypartners
partners partners p artners 2000 200 too Well youre oure a asenator a
senator s and ad I reckon rekon you ought to toknow toknow E
know k now and as a the car ar clicked clcked over the theyard theyard i
yard y yh ard switches swiches Fatty Fatty reluctantly put puthis puthis
his h is 4500 450 into the pot potFour pot
Four kings king here hereP cried crie Tabor Taborhardly TaborhardlY
hardly h waiting waitng for the te last lat bank bak note noe to tofall tofal tciI
fall fal f all before he tossed toss his hand had face up upon upon Utn I
on o n the table I guess gues that beats your yourfour yourfour yourour
four f our queens queen all right my friend and andhe andhe L Le
he h e reached for his pile pileHoi pie pieHol pileHol
Hoi Hol on senator sentor softly softy said Fat Fatty Fatt ¬
ty t t y gently genty but firmly fry pushing puhing back backthe backthe bachhe
the t he senatorial hand and
ad crooking crokng an anelbow L Llbow
elbow e around the te pot pt I aint got gt no nofour nofour ncour
four f our queens What makes mke you think thinkthat thinkthat
that t Ive Ive got gt four fou ones I dont savvy r
this t game ge much but I reckon rcon theys theysbettern theysbetern savvyS S
bettern betern b four fou kings kingsFatty kIngs
Fatty Faty clumsily clumsiy faced up four aces acesunder
under u the astonished atonished nose nos of Tabor Taborwho Taborwho
who w ho sat st motionless motoness from the shock shockwhile shockwhie
while whie w hile the te quiet little ltte man stuffed stufed the themoney themone I
money mone m oney into his pouch Then Ten as a the thebrake thebI
brake bI b rake ke shoes shoe ground goud up to the Hastings Hastingsdepot Hatings Hatingsdepot S
depot d epot he rose roseIm roseIm
Im Im real rea glad I got gt this tis yer er money
that t I am he said sid as a he slowly but buttoned buttoned butoned ¬
toned t up his vest vet and started stared down the theaisle theaisle S
aisle a isle for the door Ive Ive got a widow wdow sis sister siser ¬
ter t er living lyinhere here and ad Im Im just agoing to toget toget tcet
get g et off of and ad give it toher Shell Sh l sure sue surey ¬
ly l y be that tat glad gladWha gla gladWbawhat
U Wha Wbawhat Vawhat what the devil d vl did Id you ou want wantnvith warilrlth
nvith v 1h that queen quen roared rard Tabor Tabr start starting startIng ¬
ing l d ug up out of his trance tranc What at the te
But the te modest one had gone gonegone gone
to t t o bless his widowed wtdowed sister and ad comfort
the t he declining delnig years yer or his dear dea old oldmother oldmother I Iother
mother motherYes motheruYe m other otherYes
uYe Yes Just a drop drp of bitters biters In It Itplease f
please p leae lease added the Cripple Creek man
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In Austin Auti one afternoon atern says Sen ¬
ator a tor Bailey of Texas
fa
Be a number of 01
state stte s tate legislators le1slator and an not a a few nuber Invryers lawyers E
were w ere telling teIng stories storlesot of bear bea hunting
A sixfooter sifoter from frm the Guadaloupe Gua huntng bet ¬
toms t told te aope bt
oms a story stor of slaughter of the
Bruin Brn B rain family fliy that would have been ben I
calculated clculated c to astonish atonh the late Baron Ban L
Munchausen Munchau The teller tele of this thi story ator r
wa w was as of course coure the th hero of the devas ¬
tation t related and ani It seemed1
relate aa pretty
see rty
clear cle c from his recital recita that he had ha ex exerminated ¬
terminated terinte t all al the bears ba once so s thick thickn
in I n the dense canebrakes
dene and
cnebrae ad swampy r rungles
jungles j of hla hi region regionWhen regionSWhen swapy
When Whe the sixfooter stote rgon rgonWhe had ha finished lnih his hi C Cale
tale te t there the arose ase a a chorus cho of dissent dnt
Nearly Nely N Nl early every eye man man present pent swore sore round rud roundy ¬
ly l y against ant the Improbability dmpbablty of the te ad adventures adYentures ¬
ventures v In fact at several of his au ¬
sver
ditors dtors d did not scruple srple to apply a a plain plainepithet plain plainepitet 1
epithet epitet e to that tat Individual indvidu and ad a a gen general gene ¬
eral e e ral clamor claor ensued ensuedAgainst
ense
Against Aast this tis popular ppuar verdict Yect there therewas therea
was w a as found fou only one champion camDfon This Thiswas Tis Tiswas ThI 3
w was as I a wiry little ltte man man who 0 up up to that thattime thattme t
time tme U me had ha not spoken 5 oke a t a word wordGentlemen wor
Gentlemen Gelemen remarked rmake he whe when the thenoise thenoie th
noise n oise had subsided I
noie ha sbside believe beleve every erer ever
word w ord our or friend frIen has ha uttered utere You are areIncredulous
Incredulous incre i os simply because beuse you yu havent ae aeincre t
haJd ha 1 his hi opportunities opporuIte for fo slaughtering sIughterng
big b ig Now I
game ge myself myslt have had hadexperiences I
experiences epeences e in that line lne bock bak In old oldMississippi oldMJsipp ole I
Mississippi MJsipp that I almost amost dread dea to tell tellyou tel tel
you y ou of lest let you should think thik that tha I Itoo Ito
too to t oo were ee drawing da ngon on my my imagina imagination imagn ¬
tion t ion
ton
U I could culd tell you of the areatest areatestbear Ieate t
bear be b ear hunt hut in i history histor back bck there on onDeer onDer or I
Deer Der creek cr We started ste our game ge one oneSaturday oneSatuay on S
Saturday Satuay S morning and ad followed foloe him himthrough himthrough 1
through t six counties coute camping cpig on his histrail hist hit S
trail t t every ee night nht His tracks tr were wee of ofthe oftho o f
the t he size sze of a bushel measure mouI At the theend theend
end e nd of the third thir week ek we cauzrht carht up upwith UDwih u S
wih with him our ur dogs having hnvinS brought broughthim brht brhthim t
him h im to bay b in a a thick swamp swamp I was wa in inthe inthe Is 1
the t he lead le of my comrades comrds and a as I Iapproached Iapprhe i
approached apprhe a ae the te scene sene gave gve a a yell JeU of ofencouragement ofencuagment o p
encouragement encuagment e to the dogs ogs With Wih that thatthey thatthey tha t
they t closed cloe in on the bear be With Wit one onestroke onestrke on C Ctroke
stroke strke s of his terrible terible paw that tat bear bearslew ber berslew r
slew s fortyeight of the best bet hunting
dogs dog d ogs in Mississippi lIsissippl and the rest fled fed I Iavenged
I Ib avenged my dogs dog by shooting Shotng the thebea th e eear
bear bea b ear through thrugh the brain brn He weighed weighedsome eghed eghedsome I Iome
some s 1200 pounds poundsWhen poundsuWhen poundsWhen
When the wiry little ltte man had fin finshed
f
shed ishe i his hi hi story there was not a word wordexcept wordecept wordxcept
except ecept e from the man from frm Guadaloupe Gualoup i
Thats an infernal inferna ye lIe e he shouted shoutedIn shoute
In a twinkling twinklng the man ma from Mis Mississippi 1ts 1tssisippi
sissippi sisippi s had ha Jumped jupe for the fellow eno and ad adtey ani ci cithey I Ithey
they tey went to the floor 1001 the little ltte fel felow ¬
low l ow on top choking his adversary adve vi viciously vIcously viiously ¬
ciously ciouslyYou cously couslyU c iouslyYou
U You dont believe bel v it eh demanded deman d dhe fhe
he fairly frly raining rIng blows upon the pros prostrate prs prstrate prosrate ¬
trate t victim Then take that
vIctm te and ad that thatandthat thatad t tandthat
< andthat that Dont believe it I
ad you beleve I be believed beleve beieved ¬
lieved leve l your Jour bear story sto and ad youll youl be believe beleve beleve ¬
zle lieve leve i mine mine or Ill Il beat you Jou to a fraz frazzle fr fraxzle ¬
Gaping for breath and ad begging for formercy formercy fo r rmercy
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knees kne > and d blurted out outThe outThe outThe
The gentleman getean is telling telng the thetruth tbetruth th e etruth
truth Theres no accounting aCCuntng for what whata whatba whaa
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LEGAL LEGALDejinquent LEGAL LEIALD
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Dejinquent 1 D I quent Notice NoticeTHE N Notl ot c cTI eBLUE
THE TI BLUE BLUE EAGLE EL MINING ll NG > CO COM CtiMan
pany pa p an of Sevier county count 7 Utah Xotice
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There T here are delinquent delnquent upon the following
described descrbd d stock stok on account accunt of assessment assesment
levied l on the 1st 1t day da of February Febra 19Q 19
the t tn he several severl < amounts amout set opposite 19 the thenames thename
names follows name n f ames of the respective shareholders sharloldcI as rs asollows
Amt Axntof t of ofo
No N o Xo Assess Assessert sses
Cert Cer C ert Name am Shares meat
3 T G Wimmar 10000 ment 5000 5 50 00
5 R R S Wimmor 11mmar uu 100 5000 2500 S 2 00
50
7 I Thomas Thoma H Roberts Robes 15000 1 0 75 75 00
17 1 7 John H Anderson Andoron 1000 10 30 CO
19 1 1 9 C d H H McMalion c Inlon 5000 t 2500 5 S 00
21 2 1 H C Edwards 5000 50 50 2500 5 CO
25 2 5 O Hommenway Hmmenw8 5000 O S W W2t I
2t 2 I James Lewis 7 5000 bO S 00
126 26 2 6 W Yo L Wimmqr mmer 5000 50 S 00
27 2 7 T G Wimmarjr Wimmor rimmorjt Jr 5000 2500 S 00
39 3 3 0 Chris Jensen 2000 1000 0
SI 2 1 V V Morris 2500 O 100 1250 I
32 3 i 2 V V Morris orris 25 2500 13 50
5 1
OS i z J j H Wells WeJs K 2 SO i I
1
34 3 4 J H Wells Yels 500 5 2 50 i
35 2 5 J H Wells 500 10 r
WeJs i
36 3 Z 6 J H H Wells Vels 500 5 265 2 M r
37 3 7 J H Wells SCO i 250 2503S 2 5 50 I
3S 3 3 8 J H H Wells Veil SOO 9 250 S D 511
39 3 3 9 J H Walla VoJs SJOQi 5 35 i 00 0 I
40 4 4 0 J H Wells ell 1000 10 500 50 O
41 4 1 J H Wells eUs 1000 10 S 00 0
42 4 2 William W11am R Walls reUs 5 51 500 00 26 l 00 0
43 4 H W V Ramlose 1600 lf 760 7 i 50
44 4 4 William Yllam H Walls Vels 500 6 250 r 60
45 4 5 William ri lam H Walls Wall 1000 10 S 50 00
45 4 6 William mlam H Walls 2000 1000 10 00
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47 4 BHHopkins B jj I Hopkins 10000 100 5000 5 50 0 00
48 s J M BellinRslcy BelUn lc 20000 20 10000 10000And 10 100 0 00 00And
And An in accordance acordance with Ith the law law and andorder andorder
order O of the board of directors made on onthe onthe
the t he 1st day dav of February Febr 1905 10 so many manyshares may mayshares
shares s of each parcel of said sid stock as asmay asma asay
may ma m ay be1 b necessary neesar3 will w1 be sold at the theoffice theoffIce theffice
office o of o the company No 233 22 Commercial CommercialClub CommercialCub Commerciallub
Club Cub C lub block Salt Lake City Utah Uh on the the25th tbe2th the5th
25th 2th 2 5th day of March 1905 10 at 1 oclock ocock p m mto mto uso
to t o pay delinquent delnquent assessment assessment together togetherwith togetherwih togetherith
with wih w ith cost of advertising advertsJng and expense of ofsale ofsale
sale s ale ERNEST ER ET WILLLVMS ILLlS ILLlSSecr i iSecretary
Secretary Secr S ecrrtary tar Blue Eagle Mining Company of ofSevier otSeler
Soviet County ount Utah Cth CthSal i iSalt
Salt Sal Lake Lke City Utah March 4 1905 1905Assessment 19 19Assessment
Assessment No 12 12WABASH 12WAASH
WABASH WAASH MINING MNG COMPANy CO I PRIN PRINscssmont
cipal c place of business Salt Lake PRI City
Uta Utah Notice otCG i Is hereby Sal given Lae that at a
meetn meeting ot te the board of directors tat held on
the 2h day of February i9o
te Februa 1 an as
scssmont s of five fve cents ceut 5c c per a share sharewas shae
was a levied levIe on the capital cpItl stock of the thecorporation
corporation cororton c payable on or before the 27th te
flnv day d ay of March IQOn 1 tn to TV W Mont Mont XT T5L T5Lsecretary Ferry 2th
secretary tecretr s at room o21 2 jxtlas tas tlas block FerrJ West
Roonnri Second S Suth South South stroof street Sol Sat Salt bloc Lake T i7r MTL MTLUtah City
Utah Uth U tah Any stock upon which Lke this assess Ciy ¬
ment may remain unpaid unpad on the 27th ases dav davof da daof day
of o f March 1905 19 will w1 be delinquent 2t and
advertised adertsed a for sale at public auction auctionand
and ad a nd unless unles payment payent Is made pUblc before aucton will
be b e sold on the 17th 17t day da of April Apri 1905 19 to topay topay
pay p ay the delinquent delnquent assessment asesment together togetherwith togetherwih
with wih the cost of advertising advertsing and ad expense expenseof epense epenseof
of o f sale
sae saeW W MONT FERRY FERY Secretary
i Location Lcton of office offce No 521 51 Atlas Secreta block blockalt OIOCK OIOCKNotice
I Salt S alt Lake City Ciy Utah Utah UtahNotce Atas bloc
Notice NoticeTHE Notce NotceTHE
THE CLUB HOUSE AND GROUNDS GROUNDSclosed
of o f the utderhned undersigned club will GROUDS remain
closed clo c loaedthts d this tis spring from Feb 15 to March
sprng from
15 1 1p 5 lOch 1 during durn the time tme the he state law
permits p ducK
shooting All persons are
shooUni Al
W warned arned not to trespass trespas or shoot upon said are
grounds groundsBear gounds g rounds
Bear River Duck Club
J D KENDALL President
JAY T HARRIS HRS Secy SecyDelinquent SecyDelnquent SecyDelinquent President
Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeWEST Notce NotceWEST NoticeWEST
WEST CENTURY CENTUY MINE MILLING
co company c a corporation corportion Principal MLLING place
of o f business business Salt Sal Lake Lae City Utah Uth Notice Noticedescribed Notce
There are delnQuent delinquent upon the following
folowing
described d stock on account of assessment
No No6 6 levied Jan JaI 18 1905 19 the aSSel8nent several seerl
amounts amount a et opposite opposie the names of the theespective
respective respetve r shareholders as follows
a foJows
No NoCcrH NoCert NoCert
Cert Cert Name ame ame Shares Amt
c 6 John ohn i Shaes Amt
J 2hn Campbell Cpbel 15000 75 Ut
150 0
3 39 DTanWel8kopf Dan Weiskopf 1000 5 00
4 43 M 1L S Kahn 10 iooo 10 000 000s 5 0 to
10
5 54 Jos s H Myers 1000 6 00
2 5 59 MaxBehr lIax Max Behr 1000 10 LO 5 0 0 04
61 6 San Rubens 2DOO 1000
63 G g Richard A Keyesi I Keyes eYes lioOO 10 1000 2 100 5 00
64 6 Richard A A Keyes 1000 5 00 0
S 6 cri 5 Ricard Richard c ard A Ke Keyes es 10 1000 10 50 60 6 40
66 Richard A A Keyes 10CO 10 5 04
67 6 Richard A Keyes 1000 5 50 00
10
68 6 Richard A A Keyeer 1000 50 500
S 6 CO 5c Richard ard A A Keyes Ke es 1000 10 60 50 5 00
70 R Richard chard A Keyes 1000 6 00
a Richard A A Keyes Keye 1C 500 500if 50 Z 50
75 if 5 iV Y c Thompson 1000 5 00 5
76 6 John > W Beals iooo 10 50 5 01
fl 81 Max Behr 10 1000 600 0
S3 8 Jessie Chez 10 5O > 2 50 W
86 Louis Luis D McCracken McCrken 1000 5 5 04
100 1 0 00 Al Raises Rine 1 10 1000 000 5 Vt 0
1M l 04 Carl Axtman 10 50
Atman 500 500i 500haf st 2 50
10 1 06 Cha Chat haf Hack 250 5 125
i 1 07 J H 25 12
10 I Tomlin Tomln 50i > 2 SO
lli 17 1 17 Horatio Horto C CSexton Sexton 5 500 2 54
126 3 26 Charles 5 25
1 Tobias Tobia 1000 5 s 00
127 1 11 27 Charles Chaes Tobias 10 i 1000 000 5 00 0
128 1 2s Charles Tobias I 1000 10 000 5 0 00
129 12 1 29 Charles Chares Tobias 10 10 1000 00 00i 5 00 0
13 1 30 Carles Charles Tobias 1000 s 0 00
i 131 1 31 Charles Tobias 1000 10 5 50 oo
1S2 1 as 10 50
Charles Tobias 1000 500 5 00
133 13 1 35 Charles Tobias 1000 10 5 00 0
134 1 34 Charles Chales Tobias 2 3 1000 10 000 500 0 00
135 13 1 35 Charles Tobias Tobia 1 iO 000 50 5 00
143 13 1 43 Abe Amfleld I 10 500 50 0
145 15 1 45 Robert Robe M Eisner 1000 5 5 25 00
10
159 15 Henry Henr Cooper 1000 5 oo 0 04
10
161 16 1 61 J Goetz Gotz 2000 10 00 0
20 100
164 1 54 Gabe Greenwald 500 250 50
200 20 2 00 A H Shorten 1000 5 BOO 5 25 00
201 21 2 01 A A H Shorten 10 1000 5 60 oo
20S 2 05 S Lewis Huller 1000 10 5 500 0 oo
213 21 2 15 George Commings 10 500 2 eo 0 n
214 21 2 14 D K K Weiskopf 500 5 0o 250 2
222 2 22 Joseph Chez 230 z 125 1 5 25
232 2 32 Joseph Oberndorfer IOOO 5 oo 2
223 2 2 23 Joseph Oberndorfer 10 1000 10 50 5 00
234 2 2 34 Joseph JOSEph Oberndorfer 1000 1 500 5 I 00 0
235 2 Joseph Josph Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 oo 0
236 26 2 36 Joseph Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 00 0
287 28 2 37 Joseph Oberndorfer 1000 10 500 S 0 00
233 2 2 33 Joseph Oborndorfer Obandorfer 1000 10 5 00 0
239 2 2 39 Joseph Oberndorfer Obcrdorfer 400 4 50 2 00
249 2 49 Joseph Oberndorfer Obrdorfer 1000 10 5 20 to te
250 2 2 50 Joseph eph Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 oo
251 21 2 51 Joseph Oberndorfer Obernorfer 1000 10 5 0 oo
252 2 52 Joseph Jos ph Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 00 0
253 2 2 55 Joseph Oberndorfer 1000 LO 5 50 oo
254 2 Joseph Oberndorfer Oberdorpr 1000 5 0 oo
255 2 2 55 Joseph Oberndorfer 1000 LV 10 5 fo 11
256 2 2 56 Joseph Oberndorfer 1000 LO 500 5 f 00
257 27 2 57 Joseph Oberndorfer 1 1 ljcso > 10 5 50 oo oo25S 0
25S 2 Jos Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 50 oo 04 04Jos
259 29 Jos Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 w 44
260 2 Jos Oberndorfer Oberdorfer 1000 0 500 5 Xi
261 Jos Oberndorfer Oberdorter 1000 10 5 60 oo 0
232 32 Jos Og Oberndorfer Oberdorter 1000 10 5 50 oo
263 26 Jog o Oberndorfer 1000 10 j SOU 50 Ut
264 26 Jos os Oberndorfer Oberdorfer 1000 10 5 a oo
50
265 26 Jos os Oberndorfer Oberndor er 1000 10 5 50 00
266 6 Jos os Oberndorfer OberdorferlO 1000 5 oo
267 26 Jos os Oberndorfer Oberdorer 1000 LO 5 oo 0
26S 26 Jos Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 0 w tV
269 26 Jos Oberndorfer 1000 5 50 oo
270 Jos os Oberndorfer 1000 10 5 w
271 Jos JOB Oberndorfer Oberdorer 1000 10 5 50 oo
272 22 Jos Oberndorfer Oberdorer 1000 10 5 50 oo
273 Z3 Jos Oberndorfer Oberdorfer 1000 10 j 5 oo 0
286 26 L 1 H Hailer 500 5 250 25 2 50 50
289 2 Schiff Solomon 1000 10 5 500 oo
291 21 Estelle V Collier CoJer 1000 10 1000And 50 5 00
And in accordance accordace with wih law and an 50 or ¬
der of the board boad of directors made a Jan Ja
IS 1905 19 so 0 many shares shaes of each parcel of ofsold ofsuch ofsuch
such stock as may be necessar necessary will be besold besold
sold at the companys office ot ce 514 J McCor McCornick McCornick wil rcCor
nick block block Salt Sat Lake Lae City Ciy Utah on the
10th day of March 1905 19 at a 10 a m te to topay topay topay
pay the delinquent assessments thereon thereontogether thereontogether
tereon tereontogether
together with wih costs of advertising aderUs1nl and andexpense andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleE sale
E H H MEAD Secretary
Office Ofice 514 51 McCornick McCorick Block BlockNew Block BlockNew BlockNew
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Notice Notice of Assessment AScssmentN No 12TE 12 12THE 12TH
THE TE TH SILVER SIVER SI SHIELD SHIE1D E D MINING In ING AND D
Milliner 1Ung M illing company compn principal prlncpa place of busi bus ¬
ness n ess Salt Lake City Utah
ne3 8lt Lae Cty Notice Notce is i
hereby h ereby mven 1ven that at a a meeting of the th
I board boarf bo ar1 of directors drector of the above named
company compay co rnany held on the 30th 3th day da of January Januar I
1905 19 6 assessment No 12 of 1 l4 cents
per I
share sh shth are re was Teev levied l on the lfe capital stock of ofi
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i the th corporation corvortlon outstandl outtndL outsthndiSr payable im ¬
I I mediately m to E H Mead assistant score
I tary tay ta ry at 514 SI McCornick 1IcCorick building Salt 8ecr Lake
Sal
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City Utah Any stock
Ciy Uth ny upon which whle this
assessment asessment as sessment may remain unpaid on Tues ¬
day d ay March Marh 7th 1905 l906wilt vlll unpad be delinquent
and a nd advertised advertsed for 10 sale sle at b public delnquent auc
t bon h on and ant unless unlessins unle payment a ment Is made pUblc before
u1l I Ob be so sold O on Ttb Thursday March 3d 1905
a t 10 a in at t the rM office e of rCt the assist s f
I ant a nt secretary 511 MeCornick I
secrtar 51 buiiding Salt
buUdinS Sal Sals
I L ake City t Utah to o pay the delinquent
as sessment s t together hC hCo with ooat te teo1 o1 of advcrtlz f
ins la g and expense opene of sale 11e E H I MEAD 1IE
Assistant S Secretary
514 61 Utah UtahSpecial UtahSpecial 4 McCornick corIClt building bund Salt Lake t City ri riSpecial
Special Stockholders Stockholder Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THAT7th
there th ere wf will b be a aphl special meetns meeting GnN of th the I
stokolder st ockholders of the Ue Pine Cono4I
dated d ated Mining lni cmpany company on Thesday Cou ti
7t h dy da of March Marh 1986 1 at It It 1 Te oclock odok a tb4 m
at the office of William WJhun M 1 Bradley Brdly a 1 at a at
torneyaMaw to room 300 3 0O Atlas Aths block West Vea Veaecond
Second Seond S S South < nh th street treet Salt Si Lake blck City
LJc
Utah U tah for the tht purpose purpoe of electing eitcti a board boardof bearel d
of ofo directors diretor and an other necessary DfBr officers offieerjsof
of o f the company and transacting ot1ce
te eompn an trnaetng anv anvotlier
otlier othe ot her business bue that may lawfully Jwtun eora eohiefore aJ
before bore b s saM id 1 meeting meetingNiagara meetn meetingNiagara coi
Niagara Niagra Mining S Smelting SmelUI Comcanv Comcanvown
own ownr o r of majority majrty of capital caJJtaJ stotK ComPny k ef f JLlvo
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By C A FlIGHT President PresidentBy Prpjdenl PrpjdenlBy PrsjdenL onap
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Dated Feb 20 se 1005 1005Delinquent l0 l0Delinquent 1006Delinquent S
Delinquent Notice NoticePETRO NoticePETRO NoticePETRO
PETRO MINING I aNG COMPANY COlP ANy PRINCE PRrjCCNscribed
pal p al Dlnce of buslne business 33 Auerbach
bundlng b Salt Lake City Utah location I
or o f mine mines Bingham Uth Lta Uta Noc NoIThej Jtqp =
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on o n the 16th day of January anuer 1906 is the leVie s soy v i
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respetve sbareholder as follows followsXo fOlOW S
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153 1 55C G E Williams 1
16 VlUams loft s i nn 00
276W 5 W O Carbis CarbIs91Nettle 0 10 X 22 0
3 91Nettle K Holmes Holmes92Hugh
31Xette E Holme
392 32Hu 5 92Hugh Hugh h A Holmes Holraos4W Holmo 1660 3 3000 90 00
4W 4ML 4 L M 1 Kellogg KeJog 11 3 0 is I
405 40L 4 06L L M 1 Kelorg Kellogg iO 11
415 415uJa 4 15Julia Julia KesselT Ke Kessell U 1 0 t
418 418ona5 4 18Jonas Jonas Oppal 0
586 6 96 0
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854 8Frnk 5 54Frank Frank Col Colwel Coiweli well 2 S 4 f
855 8Frnk 3 55Frank Frank Colwell 5 7 73 I
S tflL M Koehier Koehier92J
8L I Kohler
5 82 92J 2 J D Carnahan 1 KM is 15 3J Hi io
93Hugh 9 A Holnj Holmes < S 5 i i XX 1
Hulh Holme 15 5 043
333 4 35Nyc Nye F Morton Morton117S orton f ito 4 Q
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305308 338 10 6908 Auerbach Auerbch building buIdlnJ Salt comvny Lake City
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