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THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER 30 1905
LEAD AND ZiNC ZiNCMINESDO ZINCI
I MINESDO M1NESDQWLLL M1NESDQWLLLDetailed WELL WELLDetailed
Detailed Reports4 of Geological Sur Survey Survey ¬
vey Make rakei a fine Iine Showing ShowingREGION ShowingREGION
REGION WEST WSTOFBULLFRoG WSTOFBULLFRoGDALLARAT OFBULLFROfi OFBULLFROfiBALLARAT
BALLARAT IN PANAMINT RANGE RANGESCENE RANGESCENE
SCENE OFWEXGiTEMENT OFWEXGiTEMENTThe F9ITEMENT F9ITEMENTThe
The figures for Uie production of lead leadin
in I id the production of zinc in MHM were werei weregefl
gefl i en out Mine time ago by the United UnitedStates Jnted3tatea
States geological survey but the detailed detailedi detafldipor
i ipor ports of the lepd and mine industries in ini InIJ4
i IJ4 J4 written by Mr Charles Klrehhoff Klrehhoffhitve KireItheffae
hitve ae only just been published Alaay in int IntrUnE
t recing < facts concerning the growth growthaud trowth4d
aud prosperity of o these industries are re giv given glYI ¬
en I or suggested uested in these Reports eporu They Theyiin Theyrt
iin rt publtwhed now as extracts ext teta from the thesurveys thewrveva
surveys forthcoming volume The Min Minral Mm Mmrl
ral Resources of the United States and andmay 111 111Th4y
may l be obtained free of charge JMI a a5iiiHUon MD MD3tktjott
5iiiHUon to the director of the geolog geological geo1uea ¬
ical ea aurvey Washington D C CThe CThe
The Lead Mining Industry IndustryThe IndustryThe
The > year r ItW w was a pro proeroua perou one Cor Cortlie fwthe
the lead mining and Mneltthg uneltfn iwliwtry of ofi 04I
i Ii United States and nd a year of extra extraordinary extrartinary ¬
ordinary expaiution in the production of ofloiter oftier
loiter tier There was a a large increase in intli InU
tli U production of lead and an even larger largerlucreaM largeruere
lucreaM uere iu the consumption of that meutt meuttTlie metatJ
Tlie J lie total grotta n w production of lead In the Uiecountry thecuintry
country la given as 907000 short tons toni val valied vattied
tied at fcMlli2000 fcMlli2000In L4Uoo L4Uoolti
In the Mtaslstdupi valley the production ProductioftI
01 I lead itiereased iittrtaa d conuidiraWy during tIurli ICiM ICiMand WtMLnt
and this iiHrttiMe la still tIIt going on In the thtliiulxlnc thergjons
liiulxlnc rgjons i gtont of southwest Miseouri Miseouriid
> id Koutn southeeat Mi ICanMui the production of ofVatl oflt
Vatl lt att approached the record of 1991 The ThepriiiiluiU rIterlttejJMI
priiiiluiU pro4tuoluc WOtIUUlU cHniixi were WC1 WeW WeWtttyCartervliie VatJlI
tttyCartervliie I tty Crtervllfr Jopltn Galena Duen DuenvrK Duenti
vrK ti and 41st Oranbj The greater part of this thisr
r is smelted by local smelters A cer certani eert4i
tani t4i ciuantity of th > lead ore of the dW dWtiitn dIevenvertcd
tiitn in uonvertvd into pigment pigmentThe pIgmentThe
The Missouri Field FieldIn >
In southeast ilitwouri further jwogr1r4 MOgra B Blias
lias 1r4 been made Uy an incrpased activity activityarnt ctIvltyann
arnt ann np the older mine Tin St Joseph JosephIn
Ji at torpeny the largeat InIlvIdul trU trUuicr
uicr of lea4J ip the untty hea ganp1 ganp1OUtJHIt
In output by enlarging tl tlTorre the oki Bowte Bowteqre
Torre mill by puttlne into oixrxtion a aifw alW
> ifw mil tnIll attlte at tl Hofrniann shaft whtfch whtfchwill whtthwIlt
will Uc eRMbl o f Uamlling liwo abort abortt ehortof
t r > H of ore per day ami by adding to totin tutII
tin tII swelter facilities at the llerculaneum llerculaneumworks llerculeneulnworks
works The Doe Uun company which te teilosly IstoIy
ilosly allied with the St Joaeph Lead Leadcuinpaiiy Leadutztp4y
cuinpaiiy haw operated to full capacity capacityThir capacityfht
Thir Desloge De k Lead company ban sunk a anow aww
now shaft and ha increased It tte mill ca capacity capity ¬
pity Sd O per cent Tho h Central Lad Ladftmpany Ie4lI
ftmpany I tflPU7 produced only S812 short tons tonsuf toneor
uf lead In 1904 o4 aa compaitsl with wIthCi44 533 J Jtuns
tuns in 1903 3 the falling off being due to totin tOti
tin ti fact that the mine and works were werelt wereit
< lt for three moutlui as the result of a astrike astrike
strike inaugurated in order to force a ar ar
r < i ignition of the firat miner orgnntea orgnnteati
ti Lk in the district The effort failed failedThq failedfh
Thq fh < Vutntl Lead LtuLeotsIan company hw uis l lteeii > een sold soldtu oItI oItIto
tu the American Snultcrs Securittei Securitteicuunutiiy Securttleat111iMtIt
cuunutiiy t111iMtIt The National I Lead ead company companyitoV conipauyhoW
hoW shifMt the theprtatuot prwlMOt of the Derby mium miumt ml es est
t the new smelter at Callinaville in indich ftPnch
dich went Into operation dnriug 191M 191MTh 9iM 9iMih
Th IVMlerul Lead uonifiuny proflucca coti cotidf euftJrabie
> df Jrabie rab i iuantltim > of ore and smelts smeltslarge annelteJtrge
large amounts of ere on toll The Mine MtnIu MineIL
Iu Motto compaHy did not produce M Ml aslargely
l largely rgely in l J9U4 i as in wevioua years The Theold Ittecid
old Shibboleth Lead Mining company t t1tdet
0 1tdet idet AIo ha has passed into the Imitate haiuwof
of the American Lead A Baryta coin coinl coritlatmy
l latmy > un >
Utah Idaho Colorado ColoradoItah Coloradoitaut
Itah has increased ita output by en enImsed enlaiged
Imsed operations in the Tintie district districtwhere districtwIitre
where the CentftnntaUEurekg Gemini GemluiGrand Gemini2rand
Grand Central and Mammoth ar the theliriiaijutl theartIaIiiiMl
liriiaijutl shippers At Park City the theIVIywWlt the1aIyVmqst
IVIywWlt ami tJw th Silver King are the theadtng
1 adtng iMOdiu IiIedlerim The Unktd nIted State StateFmtltinK tetea teteaiintLtIng
FmtltinK M iOfli4afly > m ny has eompleted M mpft < l a new
1 ilHineUins plant at BinKham Junction JunctionThe Junctiontlie
The CofurtiAlenc dtetriot uf Idaho te tetli Istb
tli moat important single lead producing producingdistrict producingdistrict
district iu the Untied State The lead leaditeiits icediteitg
< iteiits of the output of these Idaho Idahoinini IdahoThmns
Thmns inini is given as 1Q8I short toos The TheFiHl The1aalatrl
FiHl 1aalatrl ral Mining Smelting company pon poni eon eonIEUIM
IEUIM the Warilner rotzp of mimics which whichiwnerly
i iwnerly > nnerly belonged ble4ig d to th thIduhu the Empire State State1tLh
Iduhu 1tLh company the Mace group former formerl
1 owned in Part by the Standard com comIuiy cornlaaav
Iuiy and iu part constituting ciIftmt Ltuting the Main Mamji Mainimatit
ji imatit < th group and the Burke group for foriHriy fortiny
tiny the TigerPoorman group The TheN
N < nr 1 INI > W vaa v s characterised by a tendcncy tendcncytnward teedenyt
tnward t conaoltdation of interests among amongowners amongnwners
owners of lead mines An estimate mad madin madelit
in the full of JiQ4 4 places the quantity of ofrt ofrE
rt in might at the Wardner group at 2W 2Wl iOOtons
l tons at the Burke nilnee mi not at 1XOOOU 1XOOOUtirm MIIO1Jtaripi
tirm and at the Mace mines at 1DttOOU 1DttOOUtons 1h0IXJtalas
tons tonsIn talasIra
In Colorado Leadville continues to be betli bet
tli t principal leartpwducjng camp Fresh Freehti FreshdaovSt1
ti daovSt1 > ov rits at t LendviUe hold out < the thepremise theprarnise
premise of a considerable increase in the thein the1l
in duction
aductionThe
The Zinc Industry IndustryThe
The production of speiter peiterln in theUnited theUnitedFt the UnIted UnItedEites
Ft Eites a ten in WM amounYed to 1M70S S17I short shorttons shortflas
tons flas valued at 3t l tffe3X > a g gtit cOmpaml cOmpamlNviih
Nviih tit a production of 1M219 to toRs in IMC IMCflic iSltilte
flic prmciptil Increase in Die production pwMluctionLit
i Lit i zinc itims ttag taken place in Kaiis where wheretnw whereiR
tnw iR W ptautfl were started by the Caney Caneyinc Caneyiic
inc conilMUiy at Caney by the Chanute Chanuteoiktsrill Chaunteconqany
conqany at Chanute and by the thekezifl
oiktsrill kezifl Jflnc company at Altoona The Theit
it t Ilarpe Smelting elting company at La LaHurpe Laihtrpe
Hurpe which started in MOS 3 had a fuTi fuTiar fu1ars
< ar ars DroducUon odueUon The plant of the theUi the1ianby
Ui 1ianby nby Mining A Smelting company was wasnlarged wasiaikirged
nlarged The large works of the Edgar Edgaryino IidgarZinc
Zinc company at therryvale controlled controlledtiv
tiv the United States Steel corporation corporationn
n a ached their full product in 19W 19WIn 1904I
In I Illinois the Illinois Zinc company companybuilt companybiatit
built an addition of 120 retorts and the theMineral theMizarral
Mineral Point Zinc company controlled controlledl
l b > > tho New Jersey JUnc 4nc company w wIviuldlng IClaI1ding
Iviuldlng large new works at De Depue u Dur Durrip DurrtLr
rip li 1904 0 < UN new works of the < Jr rseiti rseitiiatmnici s lti ltithcinical
thcinical company of Cleveland were wereHUtrted werestarted
started at Clurkaviile W t Va The Unit Unittd 1nitld
td State tatu Zinc company at Pueblo Cole Colowliioh Colewhich
which i a owned by the American Smelt Smeltiie
iie A Refining comp conpajty Hy lias put up U two twoHdditional tWOedditionai
Hdditional fumaoea thte ttt invreaidngtlie invreaidngtlieapacity Iivreat1nj the theaiaacity
apacity by 35 per e cet cetTime it itTite
Time ptfoduvtion of Missouri wag re restored yeture4 ¬
stored te ite former orue4 place by the rsami rsamiIon rMnrn rMnrnOf
Ion ot tHe oiMnitloji of the NeYaAi NeYaAi5lant Neve Nevelant
5lant lant bY y M MIT c A B OoekerlU TBf T Saivi SaiviJoval Sai Saia
a Joval jt at works have made a larger product productwhile productwhais
while the Indiana plants were idle alto altogether altoge ¬
gether getherThe ge ther therrhe
The production of Atoc zic ore was also alaoiouriIv alsostamuited
stamuited by varkmua causes in the MIs MIsiouriIflMdIstJ4Ct
iouriIflMdIstJ4Ct iouriIv iiM Atatrlct In the Rocky Rock Menu llounain Menuaifl
ain regions in Wisconsin Kentucky Vir Virginia Virginia ¬
ginia and Tennessee TennesseeREGION TennesseeREGION
REGION WEST OF BULLFROG BULLFROGBallarat BULLFROGL BULLFROGI3allarat
L
Ballarat In Panamint Range Is Con Center Conter ¬
ter of ofa a Rich Gold Country Country3iciul CountrySvadai
3iciul to the Herald HeraldTumuNtt HeadtiIarRt1
TumuNtt CfcLiOcc Oet aThere a afataling afatalingoothi alallngDvjn
oothi on lism Thousands of dollar are arehnpU are2hgh
hnpU bands The Pauamint te th thmfan the theuianeL
mfan uianeL cr The mineralized zone one baa ha been beenlitterwliwlfor beenfrrermlb4110r
litterwliwlfor flfWrtvo mites in length lengthand lengthand
and twfcty tvty mite in width In this ails dlatuuge ailsteiaae
tuuge there ar oiore iore than forty produc producing paoducrig ¬
rig milieu ftfwl several hundred prospect prospectOnes prospectsp
p Ones of the productive properties is the theWorld thedI
World Beatar Uet i whIch is to be found in inPleasant luJteaant
dI Pleasant canyon about three miles east eastof eastof
of Ballarat Here they have developed developedtwo
two separate veins averaging ten feet in inwidth Inwidth
width and have sunk shafts 400 feet in indepth inLIPt11
depth th the orebodies on each vein being beingmore beingtIaore
more tluui 8ft f feet et in length A ABryan > nafi nafiBryan
Bryan mitDiaa d11 has been built and the i 04a 04aa in ing
g turning out more than 15000 per month monthHacently monthiteefltIy
Hacently a contract was let to equip a atortyntajnp arurlystiuflh
tortyntajnp mill It U expected that the theore theur
ur ore will continue to place 150 perton pertonXiu pertosiNine
Nine mil ntlies tf north of BalUtrat which is islie Is
of the Panamint die disirict dieriat
4 a lie town range or >
irict is to IK be found the rich Burro vein veinThin veina
a Thin v vein in boldly outcrops for more than thanuu titanIoi
Ioi uu feet maintaining an average width of oftwenty oftwenty
twenty feU e0t It will all ll pay well in the themill themill
mill and A rich shoot la to be found in injhe inliar
liar center which will run better than 3100 3100ptr 3100C
C ptr mr toe A running stream of water waterTose wtOrruseus
Tose the vain and forests of timber are areto areo
to o ba found within one mile of the mine mineOne niInOne
One of the recent discoveries in this on onygn
4 ygn jii i is tli New Liaootezy J oorery Thin property propertyd
d is owned by local men who are shipping shippingtheir shipijitigiIpir
their product tw th the Valverde smelter hi hiih inlIradehaw
ih Bradahaw inountMiiut Arizona Anwnatunic Re Returns ¬
turns have been received of about fifteen fifteeniiiitHW rIrLe rIrLeile8
iiiitHW of gokl ohl n per r ton Three mile north northi
i Jr > f Jail anyoit rube canyon i Is loctttfd loctttfdmd locetetiaud
md tun hi 1 is I the mooV iiii wte ecteuslyely 8lvely develi develiuped desel deselape
uped ape 1 a ri a inv Iii 1110 lie entir > Iun I w wen niiMt niiMtrttSe
rttSe en 1 1 K I VlittiT I hut 1 m rotli ti r of f rniJefl rniJeflpJaCw I a ar
pJaCw r tur tij Flint ot Ililitorvi a aIi vun vunthe
Ii 1Jar the O I1 I CTfm r i iLlie I tifil tifilChe
Che veins outcrops boldly thrdugliout and I
eontjnuos across tho Iast Chanco group
Recent samples have bean takenfrom the
La Ialit t thance claim which ran about JS60 JS60n 7iO 7iOper
per tuit Un tiiu BlaeI ltQk drum a s1at
2 n w down gboflt eteIatyfLve feet an1 an1it
n orofijheiit h La been run eighteen oghteo feet feetsix feetNiX111ehe9
six NiX111ehe9 JncneS ana at presentwritfnc has not notsnepoitLered iotaneoatalemi
aneoatalemi the th footwalK Th ThO Values ulus are
high and this entire ore body will pay to toRecent tositlia
sitlia
Recent Discoveries Dlscoverieslhe
Th lhe moat ioa recent discovery in this tlti nn tinprospected
prospected retire has bean made by
Shorty Harris who discovered the Bull ¬
frog mining district He found on the tholilack theBlack
Black Water trail which runs from Pur Purnact 1urnile
nact nile creek to Ballarat a bold outcrop that thatreaches thetreseIia
reaches a width Of more than 15 feet feetThe feetrIte
The vein ho hormw raw gold throughout and forty
feet on the hanging wall side shows high highvalues hignralue
values This property has been poe purchased poeehaaed ¬
chased by O A Ingalls and L Ing 1nglls lla of ofew
New > < ew York City and they are now pros sprosecuting prosecutitig
ecuting extensive development wgrk wgrkAdjoining wprkAdjoining
Adjoining this property to the north is isthe
the discovery of Pate Augerebecry Augereb ry Dur ¬
lag the past week this property has haschanged hase1tnked
changed hands to San Francisco and San
Jose bankers Theconsideration The consIderatIott la stated statedto sttettto
to be JI500M with a large cash payment
The new owners are to immediately begin
development and are to bring In electric electricpower electricpower
power from Honuspi canyon eight miles milesto
to the south They are also to flume ume the thewater theWater
water into this new camp and a townsite
is now being laid off More than lcd peo peoPl eo eopit
Pl pit have rushed in during the last two twoweeks twoweeks
weeks weeksThree weeksThree
Three miles south of Ballarat one finds
theMineral the Mincral Hill properties These claims
have been purchased by Plttaburs steel steelmagnates steeliflatgoates
magnates and they are now runnine a
twentystamp mill They have let con ¬
tract for twenty additional stamps The Thevein Thevein
vein is stated to be ninety feet In width
Six miles south of this is Coyote canyon canyonrfe
Hera rfe are Ufa th the < Side Qlrio loan Issue TTnnnl1 Honoltlu and aA aAKaoakia
Kaoakia groups of claims These proper ¬
ties are owned by II M Thurmanra pros prospector prosDoctor ¬
pector Doctor and have recently been sampled by
tho eminent mining engineer Fr Fred d aic
UllHii of San Francisco who pronounced
the showings remarkable the shoot being
0 tG f feet t in length averaging more than six
feet in width mid running about 123 per
ton
All Free Milling Ores OresAll OresAll
All of the mines of the Pananiint range rangewith rangewith
with few exception are free milling and
tho vein are true contact fissures and andgive andgive
give every indication of permanency The Thenoted rhenoted
noted United States seofogifL Josiah Ed Edward FdWard ¬
ward Spurr has recently visited the Pa PaI Paitamint
I namint range and predicts a future for its
mines fw second conrt to no qthar section or thu thusouthweet thusouthwegt
southweet Great ftiuhing ttul ng lies taken pluce lIUCCin
in this range many rlarge large dikes are to
be found Unlike other sections of this thu thuarid
i arid and desert country the the Prinamlut Prinamlutrange PnaniIittrange
range offers every opportunity for cheap
and economical tunnel sites It lute been
found neeeseary In few cases to develop
properties l hi y abaft Each of the many
eanvons hoc lar large e streams of ruiinini ruiininiwateV iutininwat
wat wateV r which afford power for mills Tho Thosummit h hsummit
summit of the range contains fofdsts > of f
timber te elevation of that properties propertiesrange propertiesrange
range from 4000 to 7000 feet which m manna nns
an equable climate throughout the year
Baliarat is sixty miles from Johannes ¬
burg sixtytwo miles from KVeler ahd
about sixty miles from the famous Bull Bullrrog
frog mining district districtTINTIC districtTINTIC
TINTIC MINE DIVIDENDS DIVIDENDSCamp DIVIDENDSCamp
Camp Paper Gives List of Camps CampsChief CampsChief
Chief Bread Winners WinnersThe
The Eureka Reporter sretB1 out and does doesa
a little boosting for the Tintic district iiy iy
calling attention ttitin to some of the dividends
that have ben paid by the variousprop various prop ¬
erties Here is the list
Ajax AjaxBullionDeck 1000WO
BullionBeck BullionDeckCarfea 242S400 242S400Carisa
Carisa 30000
OeiitennialEureka 2428400
Kur Dureksijiht DureksijihtGemini kallill 1S60WO
Gemini GeminiGrand 2000000
Grand Central CentralMjiianoth 1011260 1011260Miumnoth
Miumnoth i 13SOOUO 13SOOUOMliy 19s0oaJMay
May Day 20741
Salvator 6500 6500South
South Swansea Swan 5 166000 166000S l6thlUSvansea
S Svansea Svansealetru aiitfca 311601 311601Tetro
Tetro letruVane 18000 18000Uncle
Uncle Slain S60UO S60UOUnited s0oeoUttited
United States Blngham TinUc 7t 7tl0iIJ 7tl0iIJUtah < 9OM 9OMUtah
Utah UtahVictoria J95 W WVictoria
Victoria VictoriaYankee 3730T 3730TYankee
Yankee Con 100000 100000The 100000The
The above figures do pot include the thoamount theamount
amount of ofinoney money taken out ut of the Uncle UncleSam 17ncleSam
Sam and Humbug mines by Jesse Knight Knightwhich Knightwhich
which was approximately 1000000 A Anumber Anumber
number of other Tintie mines such as the theGemini theGemini
Gemini and EurekaHIH are conducted conductedby
by close corporations and the above fig figurea g gurea
urea are approximated The sums given givenabove givenabove
above are considerably below the amount amountwhich amountwhich
which these mines are believed to have haveearned haveearned
earned up to the present presentDEMAND presentDEMAND
DEMAND FOR SILVER SILVERBelieved SILVERBelieved
Believed That Day Is Approaching ApproachingWhen ApproachingWhen
When Mints Will Have to Open OpenDespite OpenDespite
Despite the increasing number of coon countries coontiles ¬
tries that have adopted the gold stand standard standard ¬
ard for their currency systems the con consumption consumption ¬
sumption of silver continues almost un unabated anabated ¬
abated says the Denver Mining Reporter
The subject of demand and supply of ofsilver ofsilver
silver line recently been revived due to tothe tothe
the reported exhaustion of the supply of ofsilver ofsilver
silver bullion at the Philadelphia mint and andthe andthe
the consequent suspension of coinage
Just how long the coinage of silver can
be suspended may be a question but it is isprobable isprobable
probable that such coinage must ultimate ¬
ly be resumed and in fact maintains with withconsiderable wIhiconsiderable
considerable regularity
The nations of the Orient constitute a avortex avortex
vortex into which vast quantities of ofsmall ofsmall
small silver coins are poured annually annuallyonly annuallyonly
only to be immediately absorbed The
demand is apparently Insatiable and the
disappearance of this enormous Quantity Quantityor
or o subsidiary silver coins constitutes one oneo
o t the enigmas of modern commerce The Themints Fheiiti
mints iiti ts of England are turning out millions millionsof
of dollars worth of small silver coins coinsannually coinsannually
annually for the population populati of India with withno
no evidence of a decrease decrea fi ttho tho demand
Whether this demand for subsidiary coins coinsof coinswill
will have the effect of forcing resumption resumptionof
of silver coinage In the United States Statesmints Statesmints
mints is a question whloh will probably
be answered shortly shortlyREPORTS shortlyREPORTS
REPORTS CONCERNiNG MINES MINESEngineers MINESEngineers
Engineers Who Stake Reputations ReputationsUsually ReputationsUsually
Usually Have None to Lose LoseHow LoseIlow
How often one sees in connection with withwhat withwhat
what are evidently exaggerated state statements statemnenta ¬
ments concerning mines of no great de development tievelopment ¬
velopment that Mr Blank the noted notedmining notealmuting
mining engineer has mad the report reportand reportand
and on Its accuracy la willing to stake
his professional reputation etc Usually
the well known mining engineer is isneither iskltIIer
neither well known nor an engineer and
has no reputation to lose says Mining
and Scientific Press PressConservative PressConservative
Conservative and experienced engineers engineersare
are not so ready to stake their reputa reputations reputations ¬
tions upon unknown conditions in mines
for a long experience with the uncertain uncertainties uncertainties ¬
ties of bee re deposits and the vagaries of ofgeology ofgeology
geology has taught them caution und undmine andnlfle
mine reports which contain these reek
less risks of reputation at the expense oC oCother ofother
other peoples 5money money may usually be belooked belooked
looked upon with some suspicion for the thechance thechancea
chance are that the reputation at stake stakeIs
Is but little lttt1 better if as good as the mine
it Itaelt elf
Tintic Mining Notes NotesEureka Notesureka
Eureka Reporter ReporterWerkon ReporterWorkS
Werkon WorkS fl th the new Godiva mill will be bestarted bestArted
started about the first of next month and andSuperintendent andSuperintendent
Superintendent McChrystal says the plant plantwill plantwill
will be rushed to completion completionThe completionThe
The heist at the Eureka Hill mine was wasstarted watisUnted
started up last Tuesday morning for the thebenefit thebenefit
benefit y ot > f the teasers who are at work workon
on the low lower r levels Charlie Baker who whois whois
is in charge of the companys affairs affairssays affairssays
says that the shaft will need consider considerable considerable ¬
able repairing and this work is now be being beiu ¬
ing iu done Over fifty people are ar now at atwork atwork
work in the old Eureka Wit mine and this thisnumbr thisnumber
number will probably be increased with within within ¬
in the next ext few days now that the lower lowerlevels lowerleceis
levels are open to the theConsiderable leas r rConsiderable >
Considerable development work is now nowbeing nowbeing
being performed at the Eagle Blue Bell Beitmine Bellmine
mine and while the shipments are not no as asheavy asheavy
heavy as they might be owing to the thefact thefact
fact that the smelter of the Bingham BinghamConsolidated Binghamousidaed
Consolidated company does not demand demanda
a heavy tonnage of ore at this time the theoutput theoutput
output for the past week has amounted amountedto
to about one carload each day a Since the therailroad therailroad
railroad put in a switch to the mine the thecost thecost
cost of handling the ore hits been mate materially materialiy ¬
rially lessened Not only this but the themine themine
mine Is now in a position whore bad badweather badweather
weather and bad wagon roads cannot In Interfere intertere ¬
terfere with the marketing of ore A Agreat Agreat
great deal of ore te being blocked out in inthe inthe
the Eagle Blue Bell mine and the Ore orouSposits Oreposlts
uSposits poslts are fact assuming mammoth pro proportions proportions ¬
portions portionsTim
Tim Manion says that the hoisting hoistingplant liqlstingplant
plant which was recently moved to the thoNcw theNew
New Utah property In tno KrJcsoa dis district disIrict ¬
trict is now iu place andan soon as the thenew tilenew
new sinking pump arrlyca work will be bestarted bestarted
started The pump was ordered tsome tsometime aonetime
time ago but it could npj be secured at atSalt atSell
Salt l Lake > akc and ronswjufchtly tbero ta o has hashe liaRIweim
he Iweim ii a delay The New Ne Utah property propertyrecently propertyrctaiitjy
recently formed the > basin for a now com company cornDeny ¬
Deny th the stockholders Uelng Ueiii Utah and andground andCqlurado
Cqlurado mining men Mj iujmlpi tprs tprsetMWThe
etMWThe tOIerdo intomftts uji t1jper t1jpersopmilly
sopmilly look after time dpOl0NJtCiIt ot the theground
ground which Is among mnon the most Prom promIsing
la that section
STORY TRUE RUEBUJ RUEBUJTTOLQ BUT BUTTOLD
i TTOLQ TOLD TOO SOON SOONThat
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j That Is What witw ISew York Says About AboutBurlington AboutThirlington
Burlington Extension ExtensionHill ExtensionHILL
Hill INTERESTS ANNOYED ANNOYEDSEEK
1 1SEEKTOtCST
SEEK SEEKTOtCST TOCVST DOUBT ON THE THESpfelalto THEREORT
REORT REORTSpIa1to
Spfelalto The Heiald HeialdNew HmraldNew
New York Qct 29 29Th ThQ premature prematurepublication prematUrepublication
publication of the fact that the Bur Burllngton Btirllngton
llngton Is to o build Into Salt Lake City Cityhas Cityhas
has greatly annoyed the Hill interests interestsand interest5and
and representatives of the pe Hill groups groupsof
of railroads belittle the situation situationPresident situationPresident
President Elliott of the Northern Pac Pacific Pacific ¬
ific says that he could not imagine imaginethat imagIflthat
that Daniel Willard aecoid vice vicepresident vicepresident
president o oC the Burlington shoyld shoyldhave SIIQMIdhave
have admitted that there were plans planson
on foot for the building of the road roadCol roadC0L
Col Clough called the story a canard canardand cannrdand
and in fact all those in this city In a aposition aposition
position to know the facts deny the thestory thestory
story The point is made that even if ifthe Ifthe
the Burliiiston would build into Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City it would depend largely on onthe onthe
the Union Pacific for traffic unless it itmade itmade
made an au agreement with toulds foulds West Western Westera ¬
era Pacific or unless the other Hill HUlroads HillToads
roads would build south through Idaho Idahoto
to meet it At the same time the story storyfinds storyflnds
finds believers among officials of other otherrailroads otherrallroadn
railroads just as the Veporta eportS of St StPauls StPauls
Pauls extension to the Pacific coast coastare coastare
are denied by St Hauls officials but butcredited butcredited
credited by other western railroad men menThat menThat
That the atmosphere in western roll rollroad tailroad
road territory Is not as calm as a sum summers slimtiters ¬
titers day is certain That the differ difference differonce ¬
once between Hill and Harriman is ap appreciated anpredated ¬
predated by the people of the west is isShown IsPIIOWfl
Shown by a story which one of the theparty theparty
party who recently went over the Hill HUllines Hilllines
lines as President Hills guest brought broughtback broughtback
back with hIm It was proposed to tobuild tobuild
build a certain branch in territory territorytraversed territorytraversed
traversed by both the Hill and the theHurrlman th thtatrrinian
Hurrlman railroads Mr Harriman Harrimanwas tarri nina ninawas
was first approched by a committee of ofcitizens ofcitlzenrt
citizens citizensI
I will build the line ho said It Itypu ifyou
you can prove to me that you You can sup support suphoyt ¬
port it itThe itThe
The men then went to see Mr Hill HillI
I 1 believe the country can support supportthe
the line said Mr Hill and I 1 will willbuild willbuild
build it I rely on you to help me memake memake
make it a success The line was built builttlje builttie
tlje tie enthusiasm of the people made it ita Ita
a success and Mr Hill has made hjm hjmself 1Imself
self solid with that part of the coun country couiitry
try tryNO tryNO
NO CHANGE FOR THREE YEARS YEARSSituation YEARSSituation
Situation in Regard to Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandeWestern
Western Express Business BusinessIn
In connection with the report that thatthe thatthe
the Globe company is to receive the thecontract thecontract
contract for the operation of the I Tho ThoGrande io ioGrande
Grande Western when the franchisfe of ofthe ofthe
the WeMsFurgo company expires says saysthe saystile
the Wall Street Journal it may be men mentioned mclitioned ¬
tioned that the Globe Express com company cornpuny ¬
puny holds this contract at the present presenttime preenttime
time The lme line is operated by the theWellsFargo theWehlsFaigo
WellsFargo company under subcon subcontract subcontract ¬
tract from the Globe Express company companyand companyand
and has4 ha been in operation in this way wayfor wayfor
for about ten years the contract bet between between ¬
ween the Companies has something somethinglike
like ihreo years yet to run runThe runThe
The Globe Express company operates operatesthe operatesthe
the Denver Rio Grande R R and andbranches andbranches
branches about 1707 miles in nil Apart Apartfrom Apartfront
from this system it operates only onlyslightly onlyslightly
slightly over 300 miles of road This Thiscompany Thiscompany
company is a Gould concern concernTh concernThi
Th WellsFnrgo company operates operatesin
in the neighborhood of 45000 miles mile Q Qroad of ofroad
road including the Rio Grande West Western Westera ¬
era a road of 691 miles The officers officersof
of the WellsFargo company claim claimthat claimthht
that the amount of business involved involvedwith Involvedwith
with th the Rio Grande Western is very verysmall verysmall
small
J OBERNDORFER OBERNDORFERStock
Stock Broker BrokerTel BrokerTeL
Tel Bell 792 161 S Main St StModern
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Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleCo Doyleco
Co 211 n State street Phone 162 162CHEAP 16iCHEAP
CHEAP RATES TO EL PASO AND ANDCITY ANDCITY
CITY OFMEXICO OFMEXICOOn
On Nov 10 and 11 the Colorado Mid Midland ¬ I Iland
land will sell round trip tickets to El ElPaso ElPaso
Paso for 4505 tickets good until Nov
25 with final extended limit of Dec 25 25if 2 2If
if desired At El Paso round trip tick tickets tickets ¬
ets to City of Mexico will be on sale salefor salefor
for 2800 Now is the time to visit visitbeautiful visitbeautiful
beautiful and antique Old Mexico at atgreatly atgreatly
greatly reduced rates ratesSTART ratesSTART
START RIGHT by seeing that your yourtickets yourtickets
tickets read over the Scenic Midland MidlandRoute MidlandRoute
Route thus assuring you a pleasant pleasantand p1eaantand
and interesting scenic trip Excellent Excellentconnections Excellentconnections
connections all the way Further par particulars pprticulars ¬
ticulars and literature at ticket office 77 77West 77West
West Second South Salt Lake L HHarding H HHarding
Harding general agent agentNOON
4 1s1 4 4NOON
NOON TRAIN TO GARFIELD GARFIELDView GARFIELDView
View the Work on Worlds Greatest GreatestSmelter GreatestSmelter
Smelter SmelterOwing SmelterOwing
Owing to popular demand the Salt SaltLak SaltLake
Lak Lake < Route will on Monday Oct 30 30operate 30operate
operate daily an additional train to toGarfield toGarfield
Garfield Leave Salt Lake 1145 a m mReturning inReturning
Returning leave Garfield 1240 p in inRound inRound
Round trip 50c 50cDIAMOND Oc OcDIAMONDCOAL
DIAMOND DIAMONDCOAL DIAMONDCOALSold COAL COALSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company
Kemoved to 153 S Main Phone 49 49All
4 4All
All first class restaurants and homos homoshave homoshave
have Vienna bakery bread breadSTCHARLES breadSCffARLIS
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STCHARLES STCHARLESEVAPORUSD SCffARLISEYAFORAThD
EVAPORUSD CREAM CREAMNo
No preservatives are used in the themanufacture themanufacture
manufacture of St Charles Cream CreamSterilization CreamSterilization
Sterilization alone is the preserving preservingagency preservinagencythe
agency agencythe the cream is guaranteed guaranteedabsolutely guaranteeabsolutely
absolutely pure and perfectly steri sterilized sterilized ¬
lized Itis It is made of ofpure pure milkonly milkonlycondensed inilkomilycondensed
condensed by evaporation and andtreated antitreated
treated only by the scientific appli application application
cation of heat That is the reason reasonit reasonit
it does not pall 3ll ou the tenderesj tenderesjstomach tendereststomach
stomach It is also the reason why
it never curdles It is as palatable palatabltas
as the finest fresh milk or cream creamyou creagyou
you ever tasted tastedit it costs no more moreIn mores
In using it you take no chances chancesSold chancesSold
Sold by best grocers everywhere everywhereST
ST CHARLES CONDENSING CO COSt COSt
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If t You Ivijf IUth the Dandruff Dati ruff GjejrmWUfe Germ with the theNew ti tiNew
New Treatment TreatmentJohn TreatmentJOiui
John N Fuller a a well known citizen citizenof citizenof
of Collar TYeali says I had dandruff dandruffso
so badly that it caked on my scalp Her Herplcide Herpicide
plcide completely cured me George M HlIcWThIrk
SloWlUrk lIcWThIrk of Walla Walla Wash says saysHerpjclde saysIlerpleide
Herpjclde completely cured me vf f a bad badcase badcase
case of o dandruff of 30 0 years standing standingThey standingThey
They took the ojily really sensible sensibletreatment sensibletreatment
treatment a remedy that destroys the thedandruff thedandruff
dandruff germ gerzmNewbroa Newbros Herpicide Stop Stopdandruff Stopdandruff
dandruff hair wontfall wont fall out but wjll wjllgrow ivjhigrow
grow naturally luxuriantly Allays Iteli Iteliing ICciIns
Ins instantly and nd makes hair glossy and andsoft andsoft
soft as silk One bottle will convince convinceapy convincestay
stay doubter of its merits Sold by lead leadins leadIng
ins dniSSJSts SendilOc Send bc in stamps for forsample forsample
sample to The Herpicide Co Detroit DetroitMich Detroit4Ich
Mich Smith Drug Co Special Agents AgentsPROBATE AgentsPROBATE
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESonsult
Consult onsult county clerk or the respective respectivesigners respectivesigners
signers for further Information InformationNotice informationNotIce
Notice of Private Sale of Real Estate Estateand Estateand
and Personal Property PropertyESTATE PropertyESTATE
ESTATE OF CHARLES AUER DE DEceased DEceased
ceased The rii undersigned will sell at pri private private ¬
vate sale the following described real realestate realestate
estate situate in Salt Lake county state stateof statjof
of Utah towit towitAll towItAll
All oi lot one 1 block thirteen 13 13platJ 13platL3J
platJ platL3J Salt Lake City survey surveyAll
Air of otthe tho south half S i of the north northwest northIvest ¬
west quarter N W 14 Vl of section thirty thirtyfour thIrtyfour
four Sec 34 township one 1 south southrange southrange
range one 1 west Salt Lake meridian meridiancontaining meridiancontaining
containing eighty SO acres acresAnd acresAnd
And the following described personal personalproperty personalproperty
property towlt towltTwenty towitTwenty
Twenty thousand 20000 000 shares of the theBlack theBlack
Black Butte Extension Gold Mining com company cornpant ¬
pant pantFive j
Five hundred and seventyfive 575 575shares 575shares
shares of the Lucky Bill Mining com company cornpany ¬
pany
On or after Friday Nov S 1906 and andto andseparate
separate written bids will be receIved up
to la oclock noon of Friday Nov S 19fo 19fofor l9 l9to
for to any or r all of the above described describedproperty describedlroperty
property at No 11 West Second South Southstreet Southstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah UtahAll
All bids must mumm be accompanied by check checkpayable checkpayable
payable to the undersigned for 10 It per cent centof centof
of the amount thereof thereofTerms thereofrerms
Terms of sale cash <
II P LYTLE LYTLEtdmmnlstmatqr J JAdministrator
Administrator with the will annexed of ofthe ofthe
the cstaio of Charles Auer deceased deceasedDated deceasedDated
Dated Oct 23 1905 1905Delinquent 1901Delinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeBUTLERLIBERAL NoticeBILTLEIILIBERAL
BUTLERLIBERAL CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDMining CONSOLIDATEDMitiing
Mining company Location and principal principalplace principalplace
place of business Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNoticeTliere
Notice NoticeTliere There are delinquent upon tire thofollowing tirefollowing
following described stock on account o oassessment of ofassessment
assessment No 2 of three 3 cents per pershare pershare
share levied on the 15th day of Septem September Septemnber ¬
ber 1005 the several amounts set opp oppsite < v vsltc
site the names of the respective share shareholders shareholders ¬
holders as follows followsCert followsCert
Cert CertNo CertNo
No Name Shares And
7 Mrs E F Snyder 1S7 4 5 3c 5 62V =
fl C N Lorljis 5W 00 IS 00 hO
10 C N Lorjjig sue 1500 i o oU
11 C N Lorlng 30d 00 166th l 00 00is
33 Thomas H Atkins OO 0 1500
40 Thomas H Atkins 33 3 101 I 01
154 CHValentine C tt Valentine 375 11 28 281G4
1G4 Henry Newell 500 1500 15 00
165 Henry Newell New li KM 1500 15001C9 15 00
1C9 Henry Newell StaG 1600
217 A P Magnl 900 2T 00 002a4
234 Cora M Clark 58 174 1 74 74t1
237 t1 J B L Bourassa 5S 174
238 H N Tollos 182 1 3 9C
259 59 Ceo R Fo FoPart Foz FozPart
Part of cert ert 43 120 1 h0
263 6 A ti E Raleigh RaleighPart RaleighPart
Part of eert 143 4 35
28 83 Edward Jlepllnger 1126 11 8375 8375S
S 69 H A Pedersen 713 21 48
567 67 Dan Smith 150 460 4 Eli Eliass
ass William Lundie 32 225 076 0763T6 C 76
3T6 Ed Malmqulst 750 71 2260 l 50
510 M A aipffqt WO 160 15 00
511 ik M A Moffiu Moffqt 500 15 00 005U
5U M A Moffat COO 16 00
513 M A Moffat 500 00 1600
514 M A Moffat 25 Z 75
555 A D Moffat 1S7 5 62
569 Arthur M Freiberg 375 UJB 11 11I8
I8 88 John L P Perry < nry 75 225 225G02 2 25
G02 Wilbur Babcock 780 2250 2250C71
C71 71 Ernest Kingston Part PartOf Partt
Of t cert 001 511 18 8
720 Samuel J Paul 500 1500 15 00
721 Samuel J Paul 260 750 7 30
734 D L Van Wagenen 176 11 23
767 Kate De Groot SJ5 s 1125 ii s
793 A P JIagnl 100 300 3 Oil Oils1
812 s1 Times A Wakeling WakelingPart Vnkelin VnkelinPart
Part of cert S10 8430 4 1
877 W M Hunsbcrger 500 50 1600 1600it 15 01 01slid
slid it > t V H Hodges V SO 7500ut n SO SOmi
mi Doris Shwrtliff > 375 1125 I1 5
910 Eliza M Daly Part Partof Pat Patof
of cert SQ5 Q3 2 i la
923 A F Emein 500 1308 1308100ft 15 oe
100ft Meyer Joseph m 1500 150010C6 15 00
10C6 Child Cole Co 300 6 80
1147 Meyer Joseph 256 750 7 So
1163 H J 1 Wallace 43W 1S3 00 001J5S 00fl6
1J5S G H Watspn 1 1000 30 00 00lliSP tO tO750
lliSP Kally 250 760
1217 J A Pollock Co 1000 30 3000 3000B 00 00B
B B 744 C S Smith Smithof
of cert 373 37 1136 1136and ii 36 36and
and in accordance with law and an order orderof orderof
of the board of directors made on the 15th 15thday 35thtiny
day of September 190Sso many shares of ofeach ofeach
each parcel of such stock asmay bo ne necessary noceacar ¬
cessary ceacar will besold be sold at the office of the thocompany thecompany
company room 304 Progress building buildingSalt buildingSalt
Salt Lake City Utali talm on the 10th day dayof dayor
of November 1903 at the hour of 2 2oclock 2oclock
oclock p m to pay delinquent assess assessment assessnmcmit ¬
ment thereontogether thereon together with the cost of ofadvertising ofadvertising
advertising and expenses of the sale saleW salew
W P LYNN Secretary
Room 304 Progress Building BuildingFirst BuildthgFirL
First publication Oct Sk 2i 1805 1805Notice 1905Notice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthe TIIArthoustisment
the thoustisment assessment of the tax levied by by the theoitv theoity
oitv council of Salt Lake City Utah by byordinance byordinance
ordinance passed October 16th 1905 190 upon uponthe uponthe
the property abutting upon all of lots 4 4and 4anti
and 5 block 29 plat F Salt Lake LakeCity LakeClty
City survey for the purpose of con conHtructlng constructing
Htructlng a cement sidewalk six feet wide wideahd wIdeamid
amid four inches thick on the east side of ofTenth ofTenth
Tenth East street between First and Sec Second Seeoimd ¬
ond South streets in sidewalk district No No2i
2i JH completed comoletedThat completedThat
That the board of equalization and re review revlw ¬
view appointed ppointe by the city council for forthat forthat
that purpose will meet at the office of ofthe ofthe
the city recorder room 100 city and coun county
ty building on Monday November 6th 6th19O
1905 19O and continue in session until Friday
November 10th 1805 between the hours of
320 and 40 p m and will hoar and con consider conaider ¬
sider any objections and make correction correctionof
of any tax which said board may deem deemunequal deemunequal
unequal or unjust unjustThat unjustThat
That during said time between the thehours thehours
hours of 9 a m and 5 p m said list will willbo willbe
bo open to public inspection at theoffice theofficeof the office officeof
of the city recorder room 10Q lOt city and andcounty andcounty
county building Salt Lake City Utah UtahBy UtahBy
By order of the city council dated Oc October October ¬
tober 23d 1 1000 5 J S CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CRITOIILOWCity
City Recorder RecorderSidewalk ReqorderSidewalk
Sidewalk extension No 06 06Stockholders 56Stockholders
Stockholders Meeting MeetingSOUTHERN MeetingSOtJTHii
SOUTHERN PACIFIC GOLD COP COPper COPper
per Mining Milling company companyNotice companyNotice
Notice of meeting of stockholders stockholdersto
to amend articles of incorporation incorporationNotice incorporationNotice
Notice 19 hereby given that a aspecial apecial
special meeting of the stockholders of ofthe ofthe
the Southern Pacific Gold Copper Min Mining Mm MmIng ¬
ing Milling company a corporation or orUtah ofUtah
Utah will be held at the office of the thecompany thecompanY
company 260 West 5th North street Salt SaltLjike SaltLke
Ljike City Utah on the 24th day of No NovcmbotflSOo Isovembo
vcmbotflSOo vembo 1905 at 2 oclock p m for the thepurpose thetmrOSC
purpose tmrOSC of amending the articles of In Incorporation inCorporatiOll ¬
corporation of said ald corporation and roak roakInu muakIng
Inu the capital stock of said corporation corporationone
one million shares sha es of the face or par value valueof valueof
of 3100 100 each instead of six hundred thou thousand thousand ¬
sand shares of the face or par value of
30 cents each by amending article VI ot otthe orthe
the articles of incorporation to read as asfollow asfoiloiv
follow followThat foiloivThat
That the th amount of the capital stock ol olthe ofthe
the said corporation shall be one million milliondollars milliondollars
dollars which shall be divided into one onemillion oneumilliort
million shares of the face or par value or orone orone
one q jlOO 100 dollar each eachJAMES
JAMES WHITTAKER WHITTAKERPresident cIIITTAICEPresIdent
President Southern Pacific Gold Cop Copper Copper ¬
per Mining t Milling Company CompanyAssessment CompanyAssessment
Assessment No 14 14LOWER 14LOWER
LOWER MAMMOTH MINING COM COMpany COMpany
pany Principal office room 516 pooly poolyblock Dooly Doolyblock
block Stilt Lake City Utah Notice is ishereby ishereby
hereby given that at a meeting of the thedirectors timedIrectors
directors held on the 21st day of October
1906 a assessment of fi cents per share sharebelna sharebein
belna bein Assessment No 14 was levied upon uponthe upontime
the capital stock of the corporation pay payable payable ¬
able immediately to A Reeves secretary secretaryof
of the company at his office 516 Dooly Doolyblock Doolyblock
block Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on Thursday Nov
13 1905 Will be delinquent and advertised advertisedfor
for sale nab at public auction and unless unlesspayment unlesspayment
payment IB made before so many shares sharesot
ot eachparcel each parcel of such stock as may be beiteceseltry
iteceseltry will be sold or the 12th day or orDecember
December 1905 at 230 3O oclock p m oc ocpaid ofitald
paid day to pay the delinquent assess assessnj assessnulat
nj nulat ptthereon tipreon together withthe with the cost ot otadveriusinff ofvertising
adveriusinff vertising and expense of sale saleA saleA
A REEVES Secy Secyall
all Dooly Bloak Salt Lake City Utah UtahFirst Utah1rt
First 1rt publication Oct 2 IMS
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LIQUOR CURE CURES
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We guarantee to cure the Whisky Whiskyand Whiskyand
and Beer Habit in three days with withno withno
no bad after effect that follow other othersocalled othersocaiied
socalled cureg Ko corrosive min minerals mliiorals ¬
orals In our medlclrie Just simple simplebut simplebut
but effecUvo vegetable wedicines No NoNotoriety NoNotoriety
Notoriety or Publicity No sickening sickeningor
or nauseaUnc drugs drujrsTOBACCO drugsTOBACCO
TOBACCO AND CI6ARETTK HAB HABITS HABITS ¬
ITS CURED IN FROM FIVE TO TONINE TONINE
NINE CAYS If f you are a victim victimof victimof
of the Tobacco Habitor the deadly deadlyand deadlyand
and insanityproducing cigarette cigarettewe cigarettewecan we wecan
can guarantee you a perfect and per permanent pernianent ¬
manent euro in from ffO five to nln nlni nlnidays < j jdays
days dayslixperlenced daysExperienced
Experienced physicians in charge chargeOffice chargeOffice
Office hoUrs 3 a m to 5 p m even evenIngs eventngs
Ings 7 to S p m Sundays 10 a m mto into
to 13 m Consultation free andcon andconfidential and con confklential ¬
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Rooms S and 9 249 South Main St StSALT StSALT
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SURPLUS 5 50KW 50KWAbsorbed 30600Absorbed
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Wolls Fargo Coa Bank BankSafety BunkSafety
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able in all parts of the World WorldWE WorldWE
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L S HILLS Prwident
MOSES THATCHER Vice President PresidentH
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JOSEPH F SMITH President PresidentWILLIAM PresidentWILLIAM
WILLIAM B PRESTON Vice Presided PresidedCHARLES
CHARLES S BURTON Cashier CashierHIONRY
HENRY T McEWAN Asst Cashier CashierGENERAL CashierGENERAL
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS BUSINESSAccounts BUSINESSAccounts
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country trade Correspondence invited invitedESTABLISHED InvitedESTABLISHED
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JAMES A MURRAYVice President PresidentW
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Denver Kansas Cty CtyPAEENTS CtyPARENTS
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tion and should receive your yoiir careful carefulconsideration carefulconsideration
consideration considerationCOLUMBIAN considerationCOLUtBIAN
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO COAre COAre
Are the recognized scientific grinders prlndersof
of lenses in the middle west remem remember iomember ¬
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prescription to fill iii or lense to be beground beground
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homes The Keelcy Institute 234 West WestSouth VestSouth
South Temple Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice Utahi4Notice
Notice of Assessment No 15 15THE
THE SILVER SHIELD MINING ANL ANLMilling AN ANMilling >
Milling company principal place of bust business bustness ¬
ness Salt Lake City Utah Notice IB IBhereby ishereby
hereby given that at a meeting of the theboard theboard
board of dlractorsvof the above named namedcompally
company held on time Uth day of Oc Octobtr
tob tobtr r 13d5 Itt0 afsciasment No la of 5 t cents centsper centsper
per share was levied on the capital BtocK stocaof BtocKot
ot the corporation outstanding payahK payahKat payabiimmediately
immediately U 1 If Meuti secretary secretaryat
at 514 McCornlck building Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock uyon which this as assftssraent USstasament
sftssraent may remain unpaidon imiapaid ortTitesdav ortTitesdavNov > Tuesdav TuesdavNov
Nov H 1935 9i will be delinQUont and ad advertised advertisod ¬
vertised for sale at public auction ana anaunless intounless
unless payment is mede before wlir llt be besold besold
sold onlThuraday Nov So 10 905 5 at t 10 a1 a1m v vm
m at the office ofthc assistant sec secretary seavotary ¬
votary 514 McCorntck Imilding Salt Late LakxJity Latettl
xJity ttl Utah to pay the delinquent as assessment ansesiament ¬
sessment together with cot of adver advertising ¬
tising and expense of sale saleE saleB
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IU McComick Building StH Lake City
Utah UtahHAVE UtahHAVE
HAVE UTRIDANAD ll THE THEHERALDS Ti TiHERALOS
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your system and keep you Iron froofrom Irona
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25 CENTS CENTSFOR
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4 142 MAIN STREET STREETWere
7 FIRST PRIIS PRIISWere
Were awarded to Hewlett Bros BrosCo BrosCo
Co at the State Pair for supe superior supenor ¬
rior nor quality and excellence of ofYour ofThree
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Your iour grocer is authorized to torefund torefund
refund your money if you dont dontlike dontlike
like the best of ofthe the good ones onesRAILROADS onesfAILIiOAOI
RAILROADS RAILROADSi fAILIiOAOICURRENT
i CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect May 21 1905 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 13 for Ogden 1025 A M MNo MNo
No 6 for Denver and East 850 A M MNo MNo
No 2 for Denver and East 350 P M MNo MNo
No 4 for Denver and East 800 P M MNo MNo
No 11 for Ogden and local polntsG05 P M MNo MNo
No 10 for Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale
Marysvale 800 A M MNo It ItNo
No 8 for Provo and Eureka 500 P M MNo 3 3No
No 3 for Ogden and West 1110 P M MNo MNo
No 1 for Ogder and West West145 IM P M MNo 3 3No
No 5 for Ogden and West 1035 A M MNo 3No
No 102 for Park City 815 81 A M MNo 3No
No 112 for Bingham 810 A M MNo 3No
No 114 for Bingham 3CO P M MARRIVE 3ARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localpoints
points 360 AM AMNo A 3 3No
No 5 from Denver and East 1025 A M 3No
No 1 from Denver and East 136 P M 3No
No 3 from Denver and East 1100 P M MNo 3No
No 3 from Heber Provo and
Marysvale 600 P M MNo 3No
No 6 from Ogden and West 840 A M MNo 3No
No 14 from Ogden 305 P M MNo 3No
No 2 from Ogden and West 340 P M MNo 3I
I No 4 from Ogden and West 750 P M MNo 3No
No 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 A M MNo 3No
No 101 from Park City 515 P M MNo 3No
No 113 from Bingham 10 1OO SO A M MNo
No 115 n from Bingham 540 P M MPERFECT
PERFECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAll
All trains except NOB 1 to 6 inclusive inclusivestop inclusIvestop
stop at intermediate pointsTJckeL points pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block Phono 205 205T
T A BEVTON G A P D DSan Dr
San an Pedro Los LosTIME 0 0AnIesSa
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AnIesSa id idTIME
TIME TABLE TABLEEFFECTIVE TABLEEFFECTIVE
EFFECTIVE MAY MA 1BT 1STDEPART 130k 130kDEPART
DEPART DAILT DAILTFrom D IL ILProm
From Oregon Short Line Depot DepotSalt DepotSalt
Salt Lake City CityNo CityIZo
No 67 51For For Stockton and Tintic 1K 74 m mDistrict
District DistrictMo B BNo
No 53 03For For Provo Mercur MercurMantl Mercurand
Mantl and points on Sanpete fiftft fiftftValley
in inN
0 U a Ul UlLynn
Valley
N 51ForProvoNeph1antI 54J3 in inNo
Lynn LynnNo
No 1 iFor For Los Angeles and In 05ft 8 m
termediate Points Pointso 039 fm fmfTo
fTo o 65 55For For Nephi and intenneIlM interniell3 n m
ffl fflARRIVE
diate Points P
PoIntsARRIVE
ARRIVE DAILY DAILTKo DAILYNo
Ko S From Los Angeles and andIntermediate J m mIntermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNo ra fl m mIntermediate
No 52From Lynn Provo and andIntermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNo PointsNo
No 56 56From From Mnnti Nephi and andintermediate I3fl n n nintermediate
intermediate Points PointsNo I oa P PNo
No 64 54From From Nephi Provo and andIntermediate fl flIntermedipte
ni ni08From
Intermediate Points PointsNo p
No 58 08From From Tintic District and AJIft 6R n
Intermediate Points OWU V p ffl fflStandard UIStandard
Standard Pullman Service Dally Be Between Beuween ¬
tween Salt Lake Milford Callente Las LaaVesros LasVegas
Vegas and Los Angeles AngelesDirect AngeiesDirect
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining MinlnsDistricts MiningDistricts
Districts in Southern Utah 134th and Nevada Nevadancluding Nevadaneluding
ncluding Bullfrog BullfrogCity BullfrogCity
City Ticket Office No 17 W Second SecondSouth Second3outb
South Street Telephones 136 136E 13cE
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General Passenger Agent AgentJ
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Time Table TabfeIM
I IM IMEFFT IMEFFTiIJNl EFFS8I EFFS8IJUNE
JUNE I 1905 1905ARRIVE 1905ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVErom
No 4From rom Ogden Chicago
Omaha St Louis Kansas fS
City and Denver DenverButte DenverNo
No 5From Ogden Portland PortlandButte
Butte and San Francisco I
No 6 0From From Ogden and inter latermediate IW n m
mediate points w wNo
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache Cachevalaey
Valley and Intermediate itts ittspoints iirpoints
points 1143 iieoafll iieoafllNo a BI BINo
No S 2From From Ogden Chicago
St Louis Kansas City
Omaha Denver and Sari lts
M
Francisco 44D j p 9 9No
No 10 1GFtom Fom Ogden Cache CacheValley CacheValley
Valley Butte Portland and 7 7sco 7Id
San ° Francisco sco Itl ItlDEPART itvDEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo S SNo
No 5 5For For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas 7i
City and St Louis a aNo 9 m m
No 7 7For For Ogden Portland
Butte San Francisco and In in fti
termediate points IV Ivd c9 a a B
Ko 1 For Ogden Omaha Omaha5
Chicago Denver Kansas
City St Louis and San 1ia J
yrancIsQo I4w I4wNo p
No 11 11For For Ogden Cache Val iis
Icy and Intermediate pol points
No 3 ZFor For Ogden De Denver
Kansas City Omaha St CZ
Louis and Chicago fiac Ww CUd P M O ONo UINo
No 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val ¬
hey Butte Helena Portland
San Francisco and inter 11 fljg fljgmediate JC H
mediate points 1140 imid p J JD
3 D > E BURLEY BTJRTIETi
G P T A
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City Ticket Office Ml Sal MaIn Street
Telephone 250 250Note 230NoteThe
Note NoteThe The train numbers shown above abovere
are re Oregon Short Line train numbers numbe and
flo not apply to the Southern Pacific west
of Ogden or the Union Pacifls Paj east
thereof thereofTHE
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THE LAGOON ROAD ROADSalt
Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwaySimon RailwaySimon
Simon Bambergcr Barnbergerrres Pres and Gen Mgr McrTime MgrTime
Time Table in effect Sept 5 1305 1305LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKB LARJ5S
6 9 11 a m 2 4 B p m i J
S LEAVE LAGOON jr y
1 10 a m 12 m r7 p m

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