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I 6 iff I SALT LAKEVCMT LAKE l fY UTAH MONDAY JANUARY 1 1906 0 i
PRICE OF COPPER COPPERSHAVED COPPERSHAVEDDYTRUST
SHAVED SHAVEDDYTRUST SHAVEDDYTRUSTProducers BY TRUST TRUSTProducers
Producers Have Been Getting Half a aCent aCent aCent
Cent Too little in the tnePast thePast thePast
Past PastBOSTON PastaOSTON PastBOSTON
BOSTON CONS ADVANCE ADVANCECONTROL ADVANCETROL ADVANCECONTROL
CONTROL TROL THOUGHT GOING WAY WAYOF WAYOF WAYOF
OF UTAH COPPER COPPERAgreat COPPERA
Agreat A great deal of kicking has been beenIndulged beenIndu1ged been1ndiiged
Indulged in by eastern copper metal metalmarket metalmarket metalmarket
market men over the manner in which whichquotations whichquotations whichquotations
quotations are made by the Engineer Engineering Engineering EngineerIngs ¬
ing Mining Journal and their appli application application apP1cation ¬
cation in making settlements settlements with pro producers producers producers ¬
ducers by the American Smelting SmeltingRefining SmeltingRefining SmeltingRefining
Refining company One of the kickers kickersis
is quoted by the Boston News Bureau Bureauas
as follows followsThe followsThe o11owsThe
The agitation against the accept acceptance ncceptance acptance
ance of the Engineering Mining MiningJournal MiningJ MiningJournal
Journal J settling prices for copper has hasdone hasdone hasdone
done a great public good for there can canbe canbe canbe
be no question that the copper com companies companies cornpanies ¬
panies which have been receiving the theEngineering theEngineerlng theingineerthg
Engineering Mining Journal figures figuresfor figuresfor figuresfor
for their ther copper have not received receivedwithin receivedwihin receivedwithin
within wihin 3c c per pound of tfca th actual actualmarket actualmarket actualmarket
market price of the metal or the price pricethe pricethe pricethe
the selling agencies who wto settled setled with withthe withtho withthe
the companies compaies on this schedule re received received received ¬
ceived from the consumer consumerFor consumerUFr consumerFor
UFr For a series of years the te Engineer Engineering Egineer EgineerIng Engineering ¬
ing Mining Journal figures fgre com compared compard cornpared ¬
pared pard favorably favorably with wih the actual sales salesof salesat salesof
of copper by the leading copper pro producers producer producers ¬
ducers ducer but within wihin a year there ap appears appers appears ¬
pears pers to have been a change chanJe in the theattitude theatttude theattitude
attitude atttude of that tat journal on the ques question queston question ¬
tion ton of prices to the great gat disadvan disadvantage disadvantage disadvantage ¬
tage of the producer As probably probablybetween probablybetween probablybetween
between 200000000 200000 and 300000000 300000000pounds 3000000 3000000pounds 300000000pounds
pounds are settled setted for on the basis of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these prices the te difference diference of Ic c per perpound perpound perpound
pound takes taes from 1000000 10000 to 1500000 1500000per 150000 150000per 1500000f
f per annum out of the pockets of the theproducer theproducer theproducer
producer and places it in the pockets pocketsof
of the American eIcan Smelting Smeltng Refining Refiningcompany Refning Refningompanyand Refininga
company a ompanyand mpany and the metal selling soIlng agen agencies agencies agenci ¬
cies ciesThis ci es esThis
ciesTis This Tis Is a serious matter mater and nat naturally naturay naturally ¬
urally uray raises resentment on the part partof partot partof
of the producing companies Now if ifit ifIt ifIt
it can ca be proved that the copper peo people people peopie ¬
ple are financially fnancialy interested In this thistrade thistre thistrade
trade tre publication pu Ucaton and have been been re responsible reBpordble reBponIble ¬
sponsible Bpordble foir tOI the prices published publshed upon uponwhich uponwhlch uponwhich
which many of the te companies have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been obliged oblged to settle sette for their product productat
at a a half h cent under unde the market I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have have good legal advice that the con contracts contract contracts ¬
tracts tract with the selling sellng agencies can be becancelled becnceled becancelled
cancelled cancelledDENVER cnceled cnceledDENVER cancelledDENVER
DENVER MONEY IN LA SALS SALSBig SALSBig SALSBig
I
Big Tunnel Enterprise to Be Pushed Pushedas
as Result of Merger MergerDenver MergerDenver MergerDenver
Denver and Colorado mining talent is isagain 11 ieagain
again in evidence hero in the th La Sal Salcountry Salcountr Salcountry
agan
country countr by b two recent promotions promotons In 12 this thisimmediate thtsimmedate this1mrndiate
immedate immediate vicinity one of which has has been beenunder boennder beenunder
under consideration for a long time tme but butdelayed butdrlaye butdelayed
delayed drlaye on account of unreasonable unreasonableprices unreasonableIrlcea unreasonablelirices
prices in prospects prospect to 10 complete the mer merger merger merger ¬
ger of a a group goup of claims on Mineral moun mountain mountaIn mountam ¬
tain tam of which the famous High Ore prop property property property
erty has been the caption says a a Basin Basincorrespondent Basincorrespondent Basincorrespondent
correspondent of a 8 Denver paper paperYour paperYour paperYour
Your correspondent Is authentically authentcaly In Informed Informed informed ¬
formed that C H Bryan Bran a well wel known knownmining knownmining knownmining
mining man man of Denver is to be here on onor mor n nox
or before befor the new year er to prepare for the therelocation therelocaUon therelocation
relocation of 8 a number numb r of neglected nBgI ted prop properties propertes propertles ¬
erties ertes that are quite quie essential essental to the theworking theworkIng theworking
working territory terrtor of this merger and the theright theright theright
right of way to the th Mineral jIncra merfer Mountain MountainHigh MountamEgh n nHlgh
High Ore tunnel project It I Is admissible admissibleto adissib adissibto
to say sa now that such plans can be con consummated consummated conummated ¬
summated without wihout interference interfeence and those thosehere thoseare thosehero
here are now are fairly agreeable agreable to the move movFor moveFor moveFor
For over two years yers this enterprise aterprIse has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been pending through the Instrumentality Instrumentalityof instrumentaliy instrumentaliyof
of certain certan members membrs of the Baalbec Balbec Mining Miningcompany Miningcompany Miningcompany
company of Denver but unreasonable unreasonableproperty unreasonable unreasonableprop unresssonableproperty
property prop rt owners and contending influ influences infu infuree inuluerces ¬
ences ree have have been in i the way This prom promises promses promises ¬
ises ses now to t be cleared clGred up by b the te proper properparties properpartes properparties
parties partes acquiring acquIrng such interests Interest es fS s are aredesired areeflred aredesired
desired eflred by relocation relocaton and ad then the they can canproceed cnnprocee canproceed
proceed procee to business as long ago aO planned plannedLat plannedLast
Last Lat fall tal this camp cp was visited vIsied by Poloml PolomlThomas folontlThomas 010WI 010WIThoma
Thomas Thoma B Crawford of Denver Denvfr and andMessrs andMessrs andMessrs
Messrs Bell Bel and Burton Burtn two eastern easternmoneyed eS easternponeyed < tern ternmoneyed
moneyed men connected with the propo proposition propotlton propo1tIon ¬
sition tlton and ad they were highly pleased please with wththe withthe
the outlook outook of the camp cap Will Vl Eastman Eastmanowning Eastmanowing Eastmanowning
owning owing considerable property within the therinse tbennge thernge
rinse of this tunnel enterprise arived arivedin
in camp yesterday presumably at the in inKtanqe InEt insnqe
Et Ktanqe nqe of Colonel Crawford Crwford which whith leads leadsone lcadsone leadsone
one of an observing obserng eye to believe beleve that thathe thathe thathe
he Is the forerunner of preliminary prlrinar prep prepaatons preparations nreparatlona
aratlona aatons for active actve operations so S far us usthe ustho usthe
the company cmpany can cn proceed proced at at this time tme of ofthe ofth ofthe
th
the year yearIt yearI yearIt
It I was wa announced over oV r a year or ago that thatif thatif thatif
if this syndicate syndicte could acquire the ihe neces necessary necessary necesnary ¬
sary concessions of ground It i was pre prepre4 prePofe prep4re4
pre4 Pofe to t expend exend 59000 50 000 In development developmentwork
work and Improvements and a an as they now nowhave nowhave nowhave
have have full swing It may be said < aid that such suchoperations suchoperations uchopnrl
operations opnrl tOlS will wl be started as soon na prac practicable praatoable practicable ¬
ticable toable In Ii the te spring sprng Such properties propertes as aswill aswi aswill
will wi fall fal Into their possession p06esion are a e large largecopper largcoppor iargcopper
copper and gold producers and now that thatcopper thatcouper thatcopper
copper Is advancing to tosuch such favorable tavorable fig figures fIgures figures ¬
ures there Is every everypr prospect spect that this en enterprise enterprise enterpriso ¬
terprise has ha discovered a pretty prety good goodthing goedtnlng gocdthIng
thing They are certainly up to a a date natenow datenow datenow
now where no outsiders outIder can use the na native natve natiV ¬
tive tve tiV hammer hamer with wih any an injury to the theenterprise theenterrise theenterprise
enterprise enterprisePrank enterrise enterriseFnk enterpriseFrank
Prank Fnk L Moone of Denver Denve who fs a now nowIn now nowIn no noIn
In the east eat has ha succeeded succeeed In Interesting Interestinga InteroIUnl interotIn interotIna
a I strong syndicate sydIcate in this locality 10caUt ana anathey andthe an anthey
they the too toowIi wIU oom Qm In for possession possessionof
of a valuable property here on Horse Horsemountain Horsemountan Horsemountain
mountain mountan well wel propery known as a a the te old Grand GrandView GrandIQW GrandView
View IQW group goup While Wie considerable develop development development developrnent ¬
ment work has ha already been done it Is Isproposed 1sproposed isproposed
proposed to continue contnue on with the proposed proposedtunnel proposedtunnel proposedtune1
tunnel started by the former torme company companyand companyand companyand
and tap the several severl big hematite hematte copper copperveins coppereins copperveins
veins eins at a 8 great gret depth below where good goodBhowlngs goodshowIngs goodshowings
showIngs have bean made by limited lmie sur surface surface surface ¬
face work Such arrangements arrngement have been beenmade beanmade beenmade
made whereby the Moone syndicate comes comesIn comesIn comesIn
In full tul possession of the property propety on New NewYears NewYers NewYears
Years Yers and immediate immodate preparations prepaatons are areto areto areto
to be made for active actve operations operatons being
located whore snow and winter influences influencesare in uenccs uenccsre
are re of no consequence consequenceThere cnseuence cnseuenceThere consuenceThere
There are a number of other mining miningpropositions miningproposfons miningpropositions
propositions proposfons yet in an embryo embro state which whichare whichare whichare
are being beng promoted by Colorado talent talentand talentand talentand
and to all appearance apper3ce are not hot air airventilations airvCtlaUonR airvcrttllationM
ventilations vCtlaUonR such as a have characterized
the t1i revelation booms boom of characterzed this part of
Utah in past pat years When Colorado Coloradomoney Coloradomoney Coloradomoney
money money begins to jingle around at D t the in instigation InsUgation Instigation ¬
stigation of Colorado enterprise enteprise then thensomething thensomething thensomething
something is going to happen when the thepracticable tle tlePI thepraetleaole
practicable PI otlcable time tmp comes comesBOOSTS comesBOOSTS comesBOOSTS
BOOSTS UTAH MINING MININGDenver MININGr MININGDenver
Q QDenver
r
Denver Mining Reporter Has Nice NiceThings NiceThings NiceThings
Things to Say of This Region Regionliast Regionst
liast ast st weeks output from rom the Tintic Tinticcamp Tintc TintccaPP Tinticcamp
camp caPP Utah Uth was wa by far the largest largestthat largestthat largestS
S that has ha been made for a number of ofyeara ofyear ofyearg
yeara year This Tis is ascribed In part art to the thevery theve1 theveIty
very ve1 favorable tavorab16 conditions conditons existing exIstng in inthe hithemetal inthemetal
the themetal = rmetal market particularly partcularly the lead leadand led ledand leadand
and silver markets and further
siver furthEr to the theincreasing tneincreasing theIncreasing
increasing activity atviy which Is now man manifest maniEt manifest ¬
ifest iEt thoughout the state stte says the theDenver theDenver theDenver
Denver Mining Reporter Reporter33hat Reporterat ReporterThat
That at the smelter smeler construction constrcton now nowift nowit now1z
ift it 1z progress progess in Utah is acting actng as a a astimulus asUmulus astLmulus
stimulus to mining Is not ot to be doubt doubted doubte doubtedc ¬
ed e edc and nd on on the other hand it should shouldbC shouldb shouldb4
bC b gratifying gratfying to both the smelting smeltingcompanies smeltng smeltngcompanies smeltingconpanies
companies and the people of the te state stt
that th t the the th mining mh1ing intere interests t can so fQ read readily readiy ieadily ¬
ily iy them themWe themWe themWe respond to the demands demads Qa made made upon uponthem upn upnthem uponthem
We have here an excellent ccelent example exampleof exaple exapleof
I Iton
of the beneficial benefcial effects efects of coopera cooperation cooperation ¬
tion ton as well wel as the interdependency interdependencyof
of the mining and smelting smeltng industries industriesLarge industriesLare industriesLarge
Large Lare accumulations accumulatons of capital capitl here hereprove hereprove hereprove
prove their value and find fnd their justi justification just Justificatfon ¬
fication fcaton In the erection erecton of reduction reductionplants reducton reductonplants reductionplants
plants that are far outside the scope scopeof scopeof scopeof
of private enterprise enterprse but their de dependency dependency dependency ¬
pendency on the cooperation cooperaton of a mul multitude multtude multitude ¬
titude ttude of shippers and producers Is no noless noles noless
less les exemplified exemplifiedThe exemvlfed exemvlfedThe
The increase of shipments from the theTintlc theTintte theTintic
Tintlc district Is probably only an in index Indcx ¬
dex of what we may legitimately legitmately look lookfor lookfor lookfor
for In Utah for some time tme to come It Itrequires I ItrequIres
requires reQuIre no prophetic prophetc powers pwers to fore foretell foretel loretell ¬
tell tel that Salt Lake Lke county will wf within withina wihin wihina
a few years be the center of mining miningand mIningand
and smelting smeltng activity actviy such as will wil only onlybe onlybe onlybe
be fully tuly realized when it i is an accom accomplished accomplshed accornpushed ¬
pushed plshed fact factOne factOe factOne
One Oe of the legitimate legitmate outlets outets for the thetonnage thetonnage j
tonnage of Nevadas camps Salt Sal Lake Lakeshould Lke Lkeshould Lakehou1d
should with wih the assistance assistace of the thenumerous thenumerous thenumerous
numerous railroads raIroads that tat are being beingplanned beingplanned j jplanned
planned and built be the destination destnaton destnatonof destinationof i iof
of ore shipments the value of which whlenwJ whichwill i iwill
will wJ be far in excess of those now re received received received ¬
ceived Add to this the increase which whichwill whichwi whichwill
will wi accrue accre from Bingham Tintic TinticMercur Tntc TntcIercur Tinticifercur
Mercur Deep Creek and LaSal L La Sal and andsome andsome aridsome
some idea may be gathered of the fu future future tuture ¬
ture Importance and magnitude magituda of ofUtahs otUtahs ofUtahs
Utahs mineral industry industrySTAY Industr IndustrSTAY industrySTAY
STAY WITH THE VEIN VEINIn VEINIn VEINIn
In Making Mines It Is Better Beter Than ThanDoing ThanDoing ThanDoing
Doing Dead Work WorkIn
In the development of mines a great greatdeal geat geatdeal greatdeal
deal of work is often ofen done without wihout regard regardto
to geological conditions condions to system or to toanything toanything toanything
anything else in particular parUcularhapha particularhaphazard particularhaphazardtunnels haphazard haphazardtunnels ard ardtunnels
tunnels crosscuts shafts shafs and other ex excevatlons exccatons cxcevations
cevatlons ccatons says the Mining and Scientific ScientificPress ScIentfic ScIentficPre ScientificPrers
Press Pre s Where There this erratic erratc method or ormine Ofmine ormine
mine development is pursued as a usual usualthing usualthing usualthing
thing there Is little ltte development on the thevein theveIn thevein
vein if there is a vein In this way large largeamounts largeamounts largeamounts
amounts of money are ar expended and andpractically ad adpractcaly andpractically
practically practcaly wasted wRted for while whie it may mo be beworth beworth beworth
worth something to know where there is isno ISno Isno
no ore it Is generally general the wiser plan to todevelop todevelop todevelop
develop the ore that actually nctualy exists existsIn existsIn existsIn
In one instance a 3 mine having a large largesurface largeFurface largesurface
surface outcrop has ba been opened by tun tunnel tunnel tunnet ¬
nel driving civng across acrss the formation formaton In the thefootwall theflotwal thefootwall
footwall flotwal In this crosscut tunnel are areseveral aresevernl areseveral
several drifts with cresscuts extending extendingfrom extendingfrom extendingfrom
from them none of which are on ore and andwith andwith andwith
with no sign of ore oreAt oreAt oreAt
At another enother place a tunnel has ha been beendriven beendriven beendriven
driven through hard rock more than 1000 1000feet 10 1000feet
feet and then stopped DtOPPe short shor of the vein veinwhich veinwhich veinwhich
which it was started to cut and explore exploreThe exploreThe exploreThe
The machinery at the mouth of the tun tunnel tunnel tunnel ¬
nel has been removed and unless the thetunnel thetunnel thetunnel
tunnel Is driven to t completion compl Uon this work workalso worlalso workalso
also Is wasted wated costing costng many thousands thousandsof
of dollars dolar At other othe points point on this prop property property property ¬
erty are numerous cuts cut shallow shal1w shafts shaftsand shaft9and shaftsand
and drifts drifs of greater geater or less length There Thereis
is ore of good grade gade at many man places but butthere butthere butthere
there has been neither system nor sense sensein sensein sensein
in the manner that work has ha been done doneThat doneThat doneThat
That the mine is idle Is not strange strangeIn
In the development of a new property propertyIt
It Is always good mining to stay with withtheAK withfhein withtheivaIn
theAK fhein theivaIn ln and ad to do deadwork crosscut crosscutriner crosscutting crosscutring
ting and ad exploring the unknown region regionon
on either side o fthe vein later when regon regonon the thevein theein thevein
vein ein system is better understood understoodHEADED understoodHEADED understoodHEADED
HEADED FOR THE TH E TRUST TRUSTEastern TRUSTE TRUSTEastern
Eastern E stern Belief Belef Is That Boston Con ConWlill ConWll ConWiill
Wlill Wll Go Way of Utah Copper CopperThe CopperTe CopperThe
The Te advance in price of shares in inthe inthe inthe
the Boston Consolidated Consldated company has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been most phenomenal during the last lastsix lastsix lastsix
six months its is market value now be being being belug ¬
ing over four times Ures what it was wa on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July 1 An eastern eatern authority discus discussing discussing discussing ¬
sing the movement says saysThe saysThe saysThe
The movement has been along aong defi definite def definite ¬
nite nie lines and the advance has been beennot beennot beennot
not merely a market lavement r vement I Idont Idont Idont
dont say say that the American Smelting SmeltingRefining Smeling SmelingRefning SmeltingRefining
Refining Refning company has ha purchased purchasedstock purchaed purchaedstock purchasedstock
stock control of this company but I Ido Ido Ido
do say that the Boston Consolidated Consolidatedcompany Consoldated Consoldatedcompany Consolidatedcompany
will Into a new
company w1 go company companyon
on the same terms as the Utah Copper Coppercompany Coppercompany Coppercompany
company and as a the Utah Copper Coppercompany CODpercompany Coppercompany
company is controlled controled by the Amen American Amer Amencan ¬
can Smelting Smeltng Refining Refning company companythere companythere i ithere
there is not much question queston as to what whatinterest whatinterest whatinterest
interest has been the heavy buyer of ofBoston ofBoston ofBoston
Boston Consolidated ConsolidatedIt Consoldated ConsoldatedI
It I may take some time tme to complete completeplans completeplans completeplans
plans in connection connecton with the future fture of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Boston Consolidated Consoldated company but butas butas butas
as these two companies have a pros prostive prostve prostive
tive tve combined production producton three year yearhence yearhence
hence of over 200000000 200000 pounds of cop copper copper copper ¬
per per annum when their two mills millsof mUlsof millsof
of 10000 1000 tons daily daiy capacity cpaciy each are arefully arefUly arefully
fully fUly completed and in operation operaton their theircontrol theircontrol theircontrol
control by a company like lke the Ameri Amerij American Anmrican
j can Smelting Smeltng Refining Refning company is isa Isa Isa
a natural naturl proceeding proceedingMARVELOUS proceedingMARVELOUS proceedingMARVELOUS
MARVELOUS COMSTOCK LODE LODEBetween LODEBetween LODEBetween
Between 1870 and 1880 Payrolls Payrols Ag Aggregated Aggregatec Aggregateci ¬
gregated gregatec 75OOOO a Month MonthA
A writer on the Virginia Virgnia Chronicle says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that from J870 to 1SSO 180 6000 60 men were em employed e employcd ¬
ployed on the Comstock in the forty or ormore ormora ormore
more mines along the lode from the Utah Utahon Utahon Utahon
on the north to the Kossuth Dayton on onthe onthe onthe
the south over five miles in length The Thepayrolls ThepRrols Thepayrolls
payrolls pRrols during the years mentioned mentoned ag aggregated aggregated aggregated ¬
gregated 750000 7000 and 2000 20 stamps were In mconstant Incnstant inconstant
constant cnstant operation operaton crushing cshIng ore from the thelode thelod thelode
lode lodeProm lod lodFrom lodeFrom <
From thirtysix to fortyfive fortfive trains were wererunning wererunning wererunning
running dally da1y on the Virginia Truckee Truckeerailroad Truckeeralroad Truckeerailroad
railroad ralroad for the transportation trasportaton of ore to tothe tothe tothe
the mills mis and timber tmber and fuel to the themines themln themines
mines mln s representing representng 240 24 cars crs dally daly One Onemillion OnemlUon Onemillion
million mlUon feet of lumber lumbe for timbering in inthe inthe Inthe
the mines and ad 100 10 cords of wood were con coneumed con8umed consumed
eumed every ever twentyfour hours the Con Consolidated Consoldated Consolidatod ¬
solidated soldated Virginia Virgnia alone requiring 500000 500000feet 500000feet
feet of timber monthly and the monthly
bullion output from the mine and the theCalifornia theC theCzlifornia
California C ltolnla frequently frequety exceeded 3000000 3000000Tha 300 3000000The
The Comstock is still sUl producing over
2000000 200 annually annualy and the work now in inprogress mpIoges inprogress
progress pIoges of recovering the flooded levels levelsand levelsand levelsand
and sinking to a depth of 5000 5 feet will willin wi willIn
in the opinion of experts result in i7 to Ce o
discovery discovey of much larger lar er and more valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able ore bodies bodie than tan have yet been found foundas
as the lode shows a greater geter width on the
2210 2 level than on thoso above aboveBUTTERS aboveBUTERS aboveBUTTERS
BUTTERS BUTERS TO TREAT THE ORE ORETonopah ORETonopah ORETonopah
Tonopah Producers to Find a Market Marketat
at Virginia City CitySatisfactory CitySatsfactory CitySatiBfact
Satisfactory Satsfactory SatiBfact ry arrangements have bean beanconcluded belncncludod besnconcluded
concluded cncludod with Manager Crosby to treat treatore trentore treatore
ore from the Tonopah Tono ah Mining company compay
at the Butters Buters plant The oro will wil oe oecrushed Decrush nocrushed
crushed crush d at the Best Belcher mill mU and andthe anr andthe
the pulp flumed to the plant plat in Six Mile Milecanyon Mie Miecanyon Milecanyon
canyon for final treatment trentment says the
Virginia City Ciy Chronicle ChronicleTho ChronIcleTho ChronicleThe
Tho mill has ha a dally daiy crushing orshlng capacity
of 100 10 tons and dally dnil shipments of that thatamount thatamount thatamount
amount will wi be delivered delvered at the mill mi after
Jan 1 and continue contnue throughout the entire entireyear entireoar entireyear
year oar The Chronicle made mention menton three threamonths threemonths threemoriths
months ago afO that negotiations negotatIons were In Inprogress inprog inprogress
progress prog s for treating Tonopah ores at
the Butters plant plat and the forecast has
boon verified The dally daly shipments of
Tonopah ores may bo Increased to 200
tons before the closes cl0es of the current currentyear currentyear
curent curentyer
year yer when Increased increaed crushing capacity is isavailable isavaiable isavailable
available avaiable The first firt shIpment of f ore is isnow ISnow isnow
now In transit transitOrganize tansi tansiOrganize transitOrganize
Organize to Mine Minein In Tintic TinticProvo Tintc TintcPOYo TinticProvo
Provo POYo Dec Dee 31 3The 31The The ColoradQ Mining Miningcompany MinlnsQ Miningoempany
company Q mpany has filed flod articles artclos of incorpora ¬
tion ton tio with wih the county clerk The company
is organized to do dl a 1 general mining busl buslnass busfno busifloss
floss no with Salt S J Lake Laltl City Clt as a the princi principal prlneipal princiPal ¬
place of business and
pal plno1 owns the fol Ic ¬
lowing mining mlnlngcl claims tms In the Pluto dis ¬
trict trct The Th Colorado the Butte and the
Morning Moring Star which are the te basis bais for its itscapitalization itsCplaUzaUon itscapitalization
capitalization CplaUzaUon The capital stock is 125
000 0 in chares of the par value of 50 5 cents centseach centseAch centseach
each The officers who with Joseph H
Wilson WlGon form forI the board of directors directorE are areGeorge 6f areGeorge
George W V E Dorssy president pr idont Albort
Hagenf Hnge vice president Daniel S Spencer Spencerscratarv Spenoerscreta Spenceraerotary
scratarv screta Joseph H Barnett Barnett treasurer trCsurer trea surer I
CURT CURTAIN AIN FALLS FALLSON FALLSON
ON GREAT YEAR YEARusiessRecords YEARBusinessBecords
Business BusinessBecords usiessRecords Eecords Have Been een Smashed Smashedin
in All Al Material MaterialLines Mteal MtealLnes NaterialLines
Lines LinesFITTING LinesFITTING
Lnes LnesFITtTING
FITTING HOLIDAY CLIMAX GLIMAXLOCAL CLIMAXLOCAL CLIMAXLOCAL
LOCAL LOCAL STOCKS CLOSE STRONG STRONGBUT STRONGaUT STRONGUT
BUT UT INACTIVE I INACTIVEBusiness NACTrVEBusiness j jBusiness
Business in Salt Lake Lke City is at high highwater hlgbwater highwater
water mark as a the old year yer passes into intohistory intohistor Intohistory
history histor Right from the start the year yearwas yearwas yearwas
was a good one Prices for all al farm farmproducts fam famproducts farmproducts
products ruled high and a there was wasplenty wasplenty wasplenty
plenty off of stuff stu for sale Without Wihout ceas ceasing ceasing ceasing ¬
ing the mines on all al sides have con continued contnued continued ¬
tinued tnued to pour a stream of gold silver silvercopper siver sivercopper silvercopper
copper and lead into the community communityRailroads communiy communiyRairoads communityRailroads
Railroads Rairoads are ae headed he ded In the direction directionof directon directonof
of Salt Sal Lake from different points of ofthe otthe ofthe
the compass compa Smelters Smelers and other In Institutions insttuUons Institutions ¬
stitutions sttuUons are going up like lke magic magicBuilding magc magcBuIding magicBuilding
Building BuIding has been on the boom bm There Therehave Therehave Therehave
have been ben two jobs looking for every everyman everyma everyman
man ma in sight and as a result resul wages wageshave wageshave wagesliave
have ruled rued high Workers are pros prosperous prosperous prosperou ¬
perous perousAll perousAl 5 5All
All Al this tIs has ha meant a tremendous in increase increae increase ¬
crease creae In business in all U lines lnes This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was emphasized emphaized in the week just justclosed justclosed justclosed
closed the th best holiday holday week by all allodds al alodds allodds
odds ever experienced experenced by the citizens citizensof citzens citzensof
of this community cmmunity More goods bet better better better ¬
ter goods and at higher prices have havepassed havepassed havepassed
passed over the counters counter and into ito the thehomes thehomes thehomes
homes of the people than in any cor corresponding corresponding corresponding ¬
responding week since the city ciy was wasfounded wasfounded
founded Merchants lIerchants in all lines are arehugging arehugging arehugging
hugging themselves tomselves over the records recordsmade recordsmade recordsmade
made and over the outlook outook for the year yearjust yearjust yearjust
just opening openingMuch openingMuch openingMuch
Much Public Publc Work Done DoneMayor DoneIayor Donerayor
Mayor Morris Iorrs and his administration administrationare aministraton aministratonare
are going out with wih the consciousness consciousnessthat
that they have done more in the way wayof wayof wayof
of public publc works work more in the way of ofdriving ofdriving ofdriving
driving Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy In the te direction directionof directon directonof
of its is ultimate ulimate destiny destny than tha any other otheradministration oter oteradministration otheradministration
administration in the history of the theI thecommunlt thecommunity
I community communlt This progress progess is reflected refiectedIn
I in the increased increaed business in all al lines linesin lnes lnesIn linesin
in good part the result of the work workdone workdone workdone
done and ad the money expended epended by the themunicipality themunfcIaUty themunicipality
municipality municipalityThere munfcIaUtyThere municipalityThere
There Is a feeling feelng of absolute confi confidence conf confidence ¬
dence in the breast of every ever resident of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city as a the new year yer opens There Therewill Tere Terewi Therewill
will wi be a rush of building buiding in 1906 1906There 1906There 1906There
There will wi be more real estate busi business business ¬ 1 1ness
ness than in any l3 of the t1e last ten years yearsPublic yearsPublc yearsPublic
Public Publc Improvements will wi be pushed pushedwithout pushedwihout pushedwithout
without wihout a break New railroads will willcome wl willcome
come to the city ciy and industries will willstart wII willstart
start strt to justify justfy a large lage increase in the thepopulation theoDulaton thepopulation
population populationFORM populationFORM oDulaton oDulatonFORM
FORM BANK BANKAT AT EPHRAIM EPHRAIMIncorporated EPHRAIMIcorported EPHRAIMIncorporated
Incorporated Icorported for 25000 2000 to t Trans Transact Ta Transact ¬
act a General Generl Banking BankingBusiness 1ang 1anguiness BankingBusiness
Business BusinessThe uiness uinessThe
The Bank of Ephraim EDhram filed ffed articles artcles of ofincorporation otincorporaton ofincorporation
incorporation incorporaton Saturday Saturay It has ha a a capital capitalstock capitalstock
stock of 25000 20 divided Into 100 1 shares sharesand 6haes 6haesand sharesand
and will w1 transact tra act a general genera commercial commercialand commercal commercaland
and savings bank bak business at Ephralm EphralmSanpete EphraImS EphrairnSanpote
Sanpete S npete county L M Olsen is presi ¬
dent J 3 F McCafferty vice I o president presidentand presIdentand presidentand
and C J Fisher cashier cahier L M Olsen OlsenJoseph OlsenJoseph OlsenJoseph
Joseph Nelson J F McCafferty McCafery O OLarsen A ALarson ALarsen
Larsen H P Larson Laren Thomas Thoma J Ed Edmunds E Emunds Edmunds ¬
munds and ad Henry Green constitute conttute the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors directorsThe dlreotorsThe directorsThe
The A A L Brewer Dairy Dar Supply com company company comapariy
pany pany of Ogden Incorporated for 50000 In
100 0 shares to handle ha1dle dairy supplies supples 50 and andproducts ad adproduct andproducts
products product and to transact a general mer merchandise merchahdise nierchafldise ¬
chandise business A L Brewer is presi president presldent president ¬
dent W V H Williams W11as vice president W WF VTF V VF
F Rudiger secretary secretr and ad treasurer treaurr they theywith tey teywih theywith
with wih E N Musselman Musselma A W Rockwell Rockwelland Rocwel Rockwelland
and ad M S Browning constituting consttutng the thebeard thebard thebeard
beard bard of directorss directorssArticles directorssAricles directorssArticles
Articles Aricles of incorporation Incorporaton of the Thomas ThomasD
D Dee De company compayot of Ogden were wee also aso filed filedThis fied fiedThIs filedThis
This Is the incorporation incrporaton of the Thomas
D t Dee estate particulars partcular of which were werogiven weregven weregiven
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Notice Dissolution Disoluton of Partnership PartnershipThe Parerhlp ParerhlpTe
The Te undersigned undersiged doing piano and ad or organ organ organ ¬
gan business under the fr firm name of ofYansant otVansant ofYansant
Yansant Chamberlain Chamberlan dissolve part partnership partnership partnership ¬
nership Jan 1 1906 John M I Chamber Chamberlain Camber CamberlaIn Chamberlain
lain continuing contnuing business under the thename thename thename
name of Chamberlain Chaberlain Music company companyMr cmpany cmpanyMr
Mr Vansant expects to reenter bust business buslness bustness ¬
ness the coming comin summer sumer or fall Set Settlements Settements Settiements ¬
tlements tements on existing exIstng contracts contract are to tobe tobe tobe
be made as usual uua at 51 Main lIaln street streetJOSEPH street streetJOSEPH
JOSEPH W VANSANT VANSANTJOHN VASAT VASATJOHN VANSANTJOHN
JOHN M CHAMBERLAIN CHAMBERLAINI CHAMBELN CHAMBELNI
I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo
To photograph anything Harry Ship Shipler Shipler Shipicr
ler Commercial Photographer Photogapher 151 So SoMain SoMain
Main lrain Phones Pones Bell 2825K 282K Indf Ind 1174 1174Modern l74 l74Modern 1174Modern
Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoyleCo DoyleCo DoyleCo
Co 211 21 State street Phone 162 162Drunkenness 162Drunkenness
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Cigarette and Tobacc TobaccHabits TobaccHabits TobiccsHabits
Habits Cured by byLe byTRIB byTRIB
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Le Lt Let us say that tat we do not believe believeany beleve beleveany believeany
any man mn has ha a right to pass passlaw pas paslaw a alaw
law that that will wl prevent another from fromusing fromusing
using usng liquor lqur or tobacco tobaco if he wants wantsto wat watto wantsto I
to use either eiher We are merely meely pre presenting pre presenting preseating ¬
senting to the public pUblc a a harmless harmlesscure hales halescure harmlesscure
cure for these habits hbits at a a nomi nominal nom nomna noininal ¬
nal na cost If I you are ae usingeither usingeitherwhisky using either eitherwhisky eitherwhisky
whisky or tobacco tobacco you are bur burdening burdening burdening ¬
dening your faculties facultes with a a a heavy heavyhandicap hev heavyhandicap
handicap and ad you will wU probably probablyfall probablyfal
fall fal in life 1te TRIB Is a a harmless harmlesscure hmleSBcure harmlesscure
cure for either eihe liquor lquor or tobacco tobaccoInvestigate tobcc tobaccoInvestigate
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Delinquent Delnquent Notice NoticeGREAT Notc NotcGRET NoticeGREAT
GREAT GRET COPPER COPE KING MINING MININGi MNG li liMilling
Milling ling compay company Ltton Loc lon ot mthe Dni Dniper
par mining dstict diatnict P1I rrjncipol I me 1 ple place of ofbualne ofbusiness
bualne business Salt Lake e Ct CIty mB Utah UtahNoticeThere
i Notice NotceThere NoticeThere There ore ac delinquent dcnquent upon lo the thefollowing te tefOlowng thefollowing
following fOlowng described describd stock atock on account acount of ofassessment ofaases8ment
assessment assessmet No i J levied levie on the tb 14th 14thof lt dy dyt day dayDe
of t November Novebr 1005 10 the several B r i mmounts mmountsset
Bet opP opposite le therepeot the respective shaeholdera shaeholderaas
03 a follows foloWi
Amt AmtNo AnitNo
No Name Nl Shares Ses Due Due10B D Due10E
10B 10E E E McBride McBide 1400 14 5 3 1 4 422Ellen
22Ellen 2Elln A O Frolsland Fis8nd20 FroisIan500O 25000 00 0025Anna
25 25Anna Anna Peterson Peterson28Martha
2Ann Peteron > J < MI if ffiO
28 2Matho 28Martha Martha Frolsland Follod Froisland36A U ffi000 Q 0
86 SA 36A A Semen + fr 8000 0 000 300 30041Earl
41 41Earl Earl Eal Thompson p i41 14 14
EO 611 so1i H C Thompon Lund Lud 1000 1 100 10096F 00 009S
9S O 96F F B Jacobs Jaob lO BOO 50 50US 50113Alfred
USAlrd 113Alfred Bel elI s lf ZWO O 2 2116S
US USSo 116S S E Clark GO 6 60120Olaf
120 llat 120Olaf Olaf Froisland Folsland 500 5 i 50 501iGeorge
129 12Gerge 1iGeorge George M McConaghue McConahue 1662 11 1 156 15614eCharlotte 6G 6GUSCharlotte
146 USCharlotte 14eCharlotte Charlotte Olsen s 15 500 500152G t 0 50 50152G
152G 162 M Matzkus MatzkuB 800 50
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164 16Chales 1SfCharles Charles Eddins 2600 2 250 25015Charles 60 60155Charles
155Charles 15Cales Eddins Edins > 26 D 2500 600 2 250 250l5GCiarle 60 6015C
15C 15 l5GCiarle Charles arle Bddjns Edins 2500 a6 L00 260 250169A
169 169A 169A A E Bullock Blok 1000 100 1 100163R
165 16R 163R R Roden Ioden 10 6000 60 500 500165John 500166John
165John 16ohn M A A Timms Tmms 1230 12 l i 25
209 mA 0 A E Bullock Bulock 1000 10 100 100216O
216 260 216O O B Dugger 10000 100 1000 1000217AxeI
217 27Ael 217AxeI Axel Olsen Olse 2000 20 200 2002A
I22A 2 2A A Seiner 6000 60 6 62Hans 5235Hans
238 2Hans 235Hans Hans Henry Hnr Pedersen Jers ji JK 1000 10 1
241 24Gorgo 241Georgo Georgo Carnlck r lQOO 1 100 100242Louts
243 22Luis 242Louts Louis Lack Lack247A Lack241A Lack247A 1a
247A C Austin AustinI Aust J 2000 2 2248A
I 248 zA 248A A C AusUn r 1 500 f 50 f 50274Julius
I 274 24Julus 274Julius Julius Andersen Anderen 10 1000 000 1 100 CO
1286 2hrles 286Charles Charles Fddlna FddlnaWIJMV F dInB 500 50 50291Mc1vi
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WIJMV 201 21Melvln 291Mc1vi Melvin lv n B R VTnVinoan Sohnsen Johnson ohnBe 8 280o 800 8 50 0
205 2N4nCy 203Nancy Nancy Watkins > sO 600 6 BO
297 7John John Stranhall Strhal 500 5 50 50308M
308 SBM 308M M Froisland Foislad M TOO ro 00 70 70I 703ohn 70309Johri
I 309 3ohn 309Johri John Samuels 1000 1 00 ft
310 SOJohn 310John John Samuels Sauels r l00o 10 10 1 1311John 00
811 31ohn 311John John Samuels r iunj 1000 10 1 1 131ZJohn 00
312 8uohn 31ZJohn OTohn Samuels Smuets p i 1000 0 1 138ohn 11John i
818 38ohn 1John JTohn Samuels Smuel t H t n 1000 10 1 1314John
314 S4John 314John John Samuels Samuels316John
316 3GJohn 316John John Samuels 6
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820 32GFritz Prita Fltz Wm Kraack Krack 19 10 1i00 1
321 32Frtz 8Z1Fritz Fritz Wm Kraaclc Kral > 1000 LO i 100 100324WlllIam 00
324 324WlUam 324WlllIam William Kraack < 1000 1 00 00325William
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325 32WUUa 325William William Kraaclc Kraak LOOO LOOO826WillJam 000 1 1S26WIllian
826WillJam 82 WUla Kraack Kraok 0 r fo 2000 O 2 2827William
827Wllliam SWlUa Kraack Kck 3000 Q00 2 2331John
331 3John 331John John Pcvterson Pft ron 10 B783 B783S47G l8 6 5547C
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848Hana 88Hs Nielsen Nielsn Niel cn cn32L > 500 6
352 3L 32L L A A Froisland Folsland 10000 o 10 10353L
353 353L L A Froisland 10000 10 oA z
8L A Flsland 100
859 8SThomn 35iThomas Thomas Hobday Hobda A u 500 60
SCO 3N 800N N John Torkelsen Trke en 1 J 25 2500 SOO 5 2 SQ Q
And in acQordanoa aCQQr AO with mb wiiit the tholaw law and ad an anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe Onthe n nthe
the 14th 1th day of November NovOb oveinber drotors 1905 19 me so many manyshares may maysharos manyshares
shares of each ech parcel of ot o suoh soh stock as asmay asmay
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may my be b necessary necessar will wl be b sora Bold if i not notsens nt ntpaid notpaid
paid bfore before on te the 6th da day of 3anuary
19 1906 at 10 oclock a a m at C M M Nlel Nlelsens NielSens
sens office In the to Constitution CnsttutIon block blockSalt blockSalt
Salt Lake Lke City Cty to pay delinquent delnquent assess assessment aS asessmnent eB eBment ¬
ment thereon together togoth with wit cost cos or ad advertisement adverseent advertlseinent ¬
vertisement and the expense of o sale salePETEB salePER salePETlR
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an PETEB PER NIELSEN E Secyv SecyvNotice S SNotice Sec SecNotice
Notice NoticeSPECIAL Notice NoticeSPEC NoticeSPECIAL
SPECIAL SPEC STOCKHOLDERS STCOIES MEET MEETing MEETing
ing Notice Notce Is hereby heby given that a aspecial aspecia aspecial
special specia meeting metng of the t stockholders sIokolder gv of ofoclock otte ofthe
te the Utah Fre Fire Clay company wl yi1l b be hed hedat held heldat
at te the compays companys atlce office 10 1003 St kouth Frt FrtWest First FirstWest
West street street Slt Salt Le Lake Cty City Uta Utah at 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock a a m m on January Ja1 22 2 1906 9 for ror a the thepurpose te tepurpose thepurpose
purpose of electing eectng three thee additional aitoa di directors d drectrs drectors ¬
rectors rectrs to serve until unti the te first firt Monday In InMay lhMay IiiMay
May 1909 1 thereby thereb increasing the number numberof
nuer nuerof
of directors from six si to nine nne as 8 a provided providedfor povded povdedfor
for in i Article Atcle 9 of Articles Aloles of Incorpora Incorporation Incorporation ¬
cordingly cordinglySalt tion ton and ad amending aending said sad Article cle 9 ac accordingly nocordingly ¬
By order or the board of d2fec d2fecT dIrectors dIrectorsT
T R R E ELLERSECK Secy
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Notice NoticeTHE Notic NoticTHE NoticeTHE
THE ANNUAL A MEETING MIIrNG OF Ol THE THEshareholders TBIBJshareholders
shareholders shareholder lot of the to Deseret Dert National Nationalbank Nationalbank
bank for the election of directors dirctors for forthe torthe forthe
the bak ensuing 8uing year yea will wl WI be 0 held hed at at th t their theirbanking ir irbanking lrbankIng
banking room rom Tuesday Teday January Janua 9th 1903 1903T 1906Polls
T oclock Poll Polls > rt11o nnon open noon non tom front from 11 1 11 oclok oclock < vnln 1r o a a m I in 9t iintl ut until 32 32oclock 13 13oclock
nonH H H S YOUNG YOUN Cashier CashierEstablished Cahe CaheEstb1hed CashierEstabllahed
Established Estb1hed 1841 11 183 18 Office OfficeThe OfflceaThe
The Oldest Oldes and Largest LargestRGDUNCO Lares LaresRGDUNCO LargestRGDUNCO
RGDUNCO RGDUNCOGEORGE
GEORGE RUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUtah ManagerUtah
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffice NevadaOffc NevadaOffices
Office Offc In Progress Building Buldln Salt SaltUk SaltLake SaltLake
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Delinquent D lnqueni Notice NoticeDALY NottcDAY NoticeDALY
DALY DAY MINING MING COMPANY COMPAY PRINCT PRINCTpal PRINCll PRINCIpal
pal l place 1lae of business bu iness Salt Sat Lake Lae City CityUtah Cty CtyUtah CityUtah
Utah UtahNoticed UtahNotceThere Utah Utah UtahNoticeThero Location Lcton of mines mine Park Pak City CityUtah
Noticed NotceThere NoticeThero There are ae delinquent delnquent upon the thefollowing thefolQWng thefollowing
following folQWng described descib stock on account acunt of ofassessment otaessment ofassessment
assessment aessment No No1 1 of twentyfive twetyfIve 25 cents centsper cent centsper
per share shae levied IevIe on the 16th day of Sep September September ¬
tember 1905 19 the several amounts aount set op opposite oppsite opposito ¬
posite psite the te names naes of the respective rectve share shareholders share sharenoWers ¬
holders hoIde a nq follows followsSALT folows folowsSAT followsSALT
SALT SAT LAKE L CITY CIT LIST LISTNo LISTNo LISTNo
No No NoName NoNae NoName
Name Nae Cert Cert Shares Share Amt AmtArmstrong Amt AmntArmstrong
Armstrong 25 00 00Armstrong 00Armstrong
Amtrong W W 2093 100 10 I 0
Armstrong Amstong W W 2148 24S 100 10 25 2500 2500Armstrong 00 00Armstrong 00Armstrong
Armstrong W W 2266 266 100 10 25 00 00Armstrong 0 00Armstrong
Armstrong Astong W W 2263 26 100 10 25 2500 2500Armstrong 00 00Armstrong1 0 0B 0trong
Armstrong trong W W 2276 276 100 10 25 2 2500 2500Burlington 00 00Burlington 0
Burlington B urlngon Investment Investmentcompany InvestmentBcompny Investmentcompany
Bcompny company 1331 13 100 10 25 250 00 00Burlington 00Burlington
Burlington urlngon Investment Investmentcompany Invetent InvetentBcolm Investmentcompany
Bcolm company Dany 1340 140 T 5 1 12 5 50 50Burlington
Burlington ur Investment Investmentcompany Investent InvestentBcompany Investmentcompany
Bcompany company ngon 1526 40 1000 1000Baumgarten 10 C CEaumgaen 00 00Baumngarten
Eaumgaen Baumgarten Joseph 1783 100 10 25 250 00 00Ean 00Egan
Egan gn Timothy Tmothy 2118 100 10 25 00 00Eldred 0 00Eldrcd
Eldred EG EGdrd drd C L 2383 50 5 12 1 50 5
Genrans malS Mary Ma Jane Jae 233 13SO 135 100 10 25 2 2500 2500Hunt 00 00Hunt 0
Hunt unt J N 1463 40 10 100 100HUdn 00 00Hudson 00Rudmn
Hudson HUdn Sons Co 168 2203 203 100 10 25 2 00 00Hudson 00udon 00Hudson
Hudson udon Sons Son Co Co 2349 35 8 75 75Judge 75fdge
249 8
Judge Mary Ma 1482 182 125 15 3125 3125Kennedy 3 31 25 25L 25eneY 25Rennedy
fdge Kennedy eneY Mrs M E E B B1 1S04 100 10 25 00 00Lynch 0 0LyOh
LyOh Lynch L S H 2294 2 100 10 2500 2500Lynch 2 25 0 0LyCh 00 00Lynch
Lynch LyCh S H 2395 235 100 10 25 250 250LyOh 00 00Lynch 00Lynch
Lynch LyOh S S H 2396 296 100 10 25 250 250LyCh 00 00Lynch 00Lynch
LyCh Lynch S H 2807 287 100 10 25 250 250LyCh 00 00Lynch 00Lynch
Lynch LyCh S H HLynch H 2393 100 10 25 25Lyc 200 200Lynch
Lynch Lyc S H 2399 100 10 250 2500 2500Lynch
Lynch S H 2400 100 25 0 00 00Mathews
yc H 20 10
Mathews 1 Jathews J J 1493 193 200 20 5 50 0 0MaORe 00
MaORe MaoRae John 1609 18 100 10 2 25 0 0MacRe 00 00MacRae
MacRae MacRe John 1810 100 10 250 25 00 00MacRae
MacRae acRe John 1811 100 10 25 2500 2500MacRae 0
MacRae John 1813 181 100 10 25 0 03 03MacRae
MacRae MacRae John 1813 100 10 250 25 00 00hionbelm
Monheim onhem Mrs Mr B A A 1854 15 40 4 10 0 00
Nelson Telon Otto Oto A 2131 23 i 6 625 625ORourke 2 2ORouke
ORourke ORouke John 2063 2 100 10 25 o 00 00Oberndorfer
Oberndorfer Obrdorer Jc xsph ph h 2359 239 100 10 250 25 00 00Porter
Porter orte E H 1285 100 10 250 250Poro 25 00 00Porter
Porter Poro E H I 1286 186 100 10 2 25 0 00 00Polloek
Pollock oUock J A Co 2262 20 5 0 00 00Rhodes
226 2
Rhodes hOdP Francis Fncis B if 982 SO 3 7 t 50 50Riter
RIter ier W W 1033 10 80 S 1 r 50 50Rumel
Rumel RRumel Ursula Ursa D 1580 1 16 4 0 0R 0umel 0 0Rume
Rumel umel Ernest Enest D 1581 7 175 175umel 1 75 75Rumel
Rumel R umel Amy D 1582 7 1 1Rum6 75 75flume
flume Rum6 Ethel Etel D 1583 158 7 1 75 75RRumel 75Rumel
Rumel RRumel Water Walter D 1584 158 7 1 75 75umel 75Rurnel
Rumel umel Bertha Betha D 1585 6 1 50 50RIcads 50Richards
Richards RIcads W V 158 1707 100 10 2500 2500Richads 25 00 00Richards
Richards Richads W V 1725 172 350 350Smith 35 875 87 87Smith
Smith Smih Henrietta Henretta J 1467 16 50 5 1 12 r 50 50Sutherland
Sutherland Suteland George Gere 2050 25 100 100Simon 10 10SSlmon 25 00 00Simon
SSlmon Simon Lucien Lucie 2403 24S 100 10 2 25 0 00 00Schrnidlapp
Schmldlapp L L H 2370 200 200Tlleman 2 5 50 00 00Tleani 00Tilernan
Tlleman Tleani Mrs Mr J N 1011 BO BOWetherill 6 12 5 50 50Wetherlil
Wetherill Wethei 1 Mra Mr MrMar
Mary Mar H 101 10 100 100Wetherill 10 2 2500 2500Wetherill 0
Wetherill Wetel Mrs MrsMary M MMary MrsMary
Mary H h 964 95 100 100Wetherill 10 25 2500 2500Wethezill 0
Wetherill Weterll Mrs MrsMary Ms
Mary Mar H U 1212 1212Wolf 11 S 80 2 2Q00 2Q00Wolf 0
Wolf Mrs Fritz Ftz 1494 1M 2 2Wastcoat 25 G 2 25 25Wastcoat
Wastcoat Watcoat Herbert Heber 2150 50 50West 5 12 5 50 50WertEM
West Wes WertEM E M 23SO 215 2 100 100NEW 10 25 2500 2500NEW 0
NEW N YORK LIST LISTNo LISTNo LISTNo
No No NoName NoNa NoName
Name Na Cert Cer Shares SharesAnthony Saes Amt Amt AmtAnthony
Anthony Atony B E i Jr and andKelly 8d 8dKely andKelly
Kelly Kely Charles Cale S STrustees STte STrustees
Trustees Tte 1321 132 4 4Burdette 1 0 00 00Burdette
Burdette Buete Mary Ma R R 179 100 100Bridgman 10 25 0 00 00Bnldgman
Bridgman Brdga Frank Fank 41 4 100 100Belknap 10 2 25 0 00 00Belknap
Belknap Belknp R L 117 17 1000 1000Blake 10 25 25000 25000Blake 0
Blake Wm P 1455 165 25 25Belknap 625 625Belknap 6 25 25Belknap
Belknap Mary M P 1098 103 500 500Belknap 6 125 o 00 00Belknap
Belknap Bekp Mary a P 1121 150 150Burch 15 87 60 60Bu 50Burcim
Burch Bu Livonia Lfvna P n 1279 19 5 5Bowen 1 2 2Bowen 25 25Bowen
Bowen Laura H H 1694 169 5 5Beach 1 2 25 25Beach
Beach Carrie Cae M 1708 170 60 60Bamborger 6 1500 1500Babg 15 00 00Baniberger
Bamborger Babg Moritz Mort 1709 170 100 100Bartlett 10 2 25 00 00Bartlett
Bartlett Balett Mrs M Ellen Ele 2012 20 10 10Bassett a aBaset 50 50Bassett
Bassett Baset Sarah Sa G 2045 2 < 5 50 50Cooper 1 12 5 50 50Cooper
Cooper Cope James Jame B 154 50 50Case 5 12 5 50 50Case
Case Ca A A Ludlow 630 60 W WChurch 5 60 1 1250 1250Cburc7i
Church Chur Bessie Bese L L > 820 820Church 82 30 160 160Church 6
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Waring James 309 40 40Waring loooj lQ 01 01Waring
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And In accordance with law and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
the 16th day of September 1905 so many manyshares monyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stock as asmay asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at public publicauction pubUcauctfon publicauction
auction at the office of the company at atroom atroom atroom
room 3 Masonic block Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah on Saturday Dec 16 i05 at 1U 1Uoclock 1Joclock itoclock
oclock a a m to pay the delinquent as a asessment assessment j jsessment
sessment thereon iogether f with the cost costof costot costof
of advertising an1 expenses of sale saleW laleW saleWIGHTMAN
W R n WIGHTMAN Secy SecySalt Sec SecSalt SecySalt
Salt Lake City C1tYtah Utah Nov 16 1905 1905POSTPONEMENT 1905POSTPONEMENT 105POSTPONEMENT
POSTPONEMENT POSTPONEMENTNotice
Notice Is hereby given that the sale of ofthe orthe ofthe
the above delinQuent stock has been post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned to Thursday the 18th day of Jan January January January ¬
uary 1906 at 12 oclock noon at the thesame thesame thesame
same place W R WIGHTMAN WIGHTMANSecretary WIGHTMANSecretary WIGHTMANSecretary
Secretary SecretarySalt SecretarySalt SecretarySalt
Salt Lake City Utah Dec 16 1905 1905Delinquent 1905Delinquent 1905Delinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeTHE NoticeTHE NoticeTILE
THE TETRO MINING COMPANY COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation COMPANYLocation
Location of principal place of business businessSalt businessSalt businessSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahNoti Notice e There are aredelinquent aredelinquent aredelinquent
delinquent upon the following described describedstock descrIbedstock descrIbedstock
stock on account of assessment No 28 28of 28ot 25of
of 1 per cent per share levied on the 7th 7thof 7thot 7t1of
of November er 1905 the several amounts amountsset amountsset amountsset
set opposite the names of the respective respectiveshareholders respectiveshareholders respectiveshareholders
shareholders ae follows followsNo tollowsNo followsNo
No No NoCert NoCert NoCert
Cert Name Shares Amt
557 I D Simpson 500 5 5 600 00
703 Etta darks 500 5 I ni U
1076 J Barnard 330 3 330 SO SOU19
1119 E G Wolley 100 100 1 1U23
1123 E G Wolley jr 800 S 800 00
1158 11 A E Van Eroon 100 1 100 00
1285 J A A Pollock Pollock4 100 1 100 00
1351 Elias A Smith 600 500
1852 Elias A Smith 500 500 tJ 00
1450 S Drake 600 500 500146S 00
1468 C E Hampshire 600 500 5 CO
1469 C E Hampshire HampshIre1000 1000 1000
1490 Sheets Thompson 50 50
1503 Winifred S Walker1500 Walker l 1500 15 00
1539 W J Browning 100 100
1547 Vie Larson 100 1 00
1560 E G Wolley 600 500 5 00
1566 J A Pollock Co 100 1 100 100fi43 00 001S43
1S43 1 J A Pollock Co 500 500 5 00 00169t
1691 John Montgomery 1000 1000
1701 jonh Montgomery 400 4 400 00
1710 G W Morley MorIe 500 600 5 00
1765 Francis Ed Parish Parlsh1000 1000 1000 io 00
1802 I A Pollock 500 600 f OU OUlB04
1504 C H SUcBeth ifcBeth1000 1000 1000 10 00 001s0
1505 1s0 C H KcBeth McBeth1OOO 1000 1000
1845 Mrs S Douglass 100 1 100 00
1878 F E Parish ParIshJOOO J000 1000 00
1918 W J Browning 100 100 1 oo
1019 W J 3 Browning BrownIngu 500 500 50019S5 6 00
19S5 1 J A A Pol1ock 100 1 100 00
1953 H Park 1600 600 500 6 00
1994 Lea Leakln eakin 6 200 200J 200 200200l
2001 James Norton v roE 205 205ID
2005 James OBrien 1DOO 1000 1000xI06
2006 James OBrien 1000 10 1000 00
2013 IL P Mason 200 200 200Ji
2057 Ji J Oberndorfer 600 600
2063 Mrs Clara May Johnson 100 1 100 100Nl7 00
2077 J F Barnard BarnardLOOO 1000 1000 10 00
2078 J F Barnardw Barnard Barnard1000 LOOO 1000 1000 10 00
2079 J F Barnard Barnard1000 B l000 10 1000 00
2080 J F Barnard 600 600 I 00 002Q81
2081 J F Barnard Barnar4 400 4 400 400ZlO3 00
2103 J F Barnard Barnardh M 100 1 00 0021S6 002lS6
21S6 H n Parker un 500 500 6 00
2141 J W Merrill MerrilJntOJn I 500 500 5 00
2155 Child Cole Co 500 5 00 0021S9 002lS9
21S9 L ltI M Barr t 100 100
2203 Child Cole Ct Co14 > 200 200 2 00
2223 L Greene Z < 500 5 00
2225 L Greene 500 500
2263 L Drake 500 BOO 600f267 00
2267 George H CrowM CrowfI2Ql l201 1 1201
2213 Hudson Sons Co 75 75 752Z74 75J to
2274 J A PoTlook POno K loo 1 155
2275 J 3 A A r < pk > k 76 76 76And 76And 76Andin
And Andin In act a f < with law and an or order order order ¬
der of o the liuJ lIu 1 J 1 of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
the 7th uf f i November 1905 so somany somany somany
many shares of each parcel of such stock stockas
as may ma be necessary will be sold at atthe atthe atthe
the office of o the company 225 Commer Commercial Commerctal Conunerclal ¬
cial club building buildin Salt Lake LaItQ City Utah Utahat Utahat Utahat
at the th hour of 10 3ocIock oclock a a m on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day Jan 2d 1906 to pay delinquent as assessment assessment assessment ¬
sessment thereon together tog ther with the cost costof costof costof
of advertising and expense of sale saleERNEST saleERNEST saleERNEST
ERNEST WILLIAMS Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah Nov llth 1905 1905Notice 1905Notice 1906Notice
Notice NoticeNotice NoticeN NoticeNotice
Notice N oUce Is hereby given that a spe special special speciai ¬
cial meeting of tfio stockholders of ofThe ofThe ofThe
The Mammoth Mining company a Utah Utahcorporation Utahcoporaflon 1 1co
corporation co porat1on Vim be held at the office or orsaid ofsaId of ofsaid
said company room 45 Hooner block blockSalt blockSalt blockSalt
Salt Lake City Utah at S oclock in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon of tho 29th day of January Januarypeslngr
1900 for the purpose of considering ana anap and andpassing
passing p slng upon the question of amending amendingArticle amendingArticle amendingArUcle
Article 3 of the articles of incorporation incorporationof
of said a1d The Mammoth MIning company companywhich companywhi companywheh
which whi < h reads as follows followsThat followsg followsThat followsThat
g
That the corporation herein prorfded prorfdedfor pro fded fdedfor
for and hereby created shall exist and andcontinue andcontinue andcontinue
continue for the term of 25 years unless unlesssooner un1essooner unlesssooner
sooner dissolved and disincorporated ac according according according ¬
cording to law lawSo lawSo lawSo
So that the same shall read as a aARTICLE follows followsARTICLE
ARTICLE 3 3That 3That sThat
That the Incorporation herein h reln provided providedfor
for and hereby hereby created shall exist and andcontinue andcCrtlnue andcontinue
continue for the term of 50 years from fromits fromits fromits
its organization unless sooner dissolved dissolvedand llisolvcand diSsolvedand
and disincorporated according to law lavrSAMUEL lawSA1IUEL lawSAMIImiJ
SAMUEL MINTRE MINTREPresident MINT RE REPresident REPresident
President The Mammoth Mining Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany
R M WILKINSON 1VILKINSONSecretary WILKINSONSecretary WILKINSONSeoetary
Secretary The Mammoth Mining Com Company Oompany Cornpany ¬
pany
Annual and Special Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNGTICE I INOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THATthere THATthere THATthere
there will be a special and general meet ¬
ing of the stockholders of the Continent Continental
al 1 Life Insurance Investment company companyblock companyat
at the comvanys offIce in the Atlas Atlasblock Atlasblock
block In Salt Lake City Utah on Tues Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday ¬
day the 9th day of January 1906 at ten tenoclock tenoclook tenoclock
oclock a a m of said day for the follow ¬
ing Iw purposes rposes rposeselect
1 To elect seven directors to fill the theplaces theplaces theplaces
places of the seven directors whose whoseterms whoseterms whoseterms
terms of office expire at the time of ofsaid a asaid ofsaid
said and to fill
meeting any other va vacancies vacaacies vacancies ¬
cancies on the board of directors direct directors rs and to toelect toelect toelect
elect other officers of said company
2 2 To transact any other business that thatmay thatma thatmay
may ma properly come before said meeting
3 To vote upon amending section viii viilof viiiof viiiof
of the articles of Incorporation so as to tocreate tocreate tocreate
create the additional offices off tees of second secondand secondand secondand
and third vice president and If such of offices offlees offlees ¬
flees are created to fill the same sameDated sameDated sameDated
Dated Salt Lake City Utah December
13 1905 1905CONTINENTAL 1906CoNTINENTAL
CONTINENTAL C LIFE INSURANCE INSURANCEINVESTMENT INSURANCEINVESTMENT INSURAoINVESTMENT
INVESTMENT COMPANY COMPANYHIRAM COMPA1IlYHlRAM COMPANYHIRAM
HIRAM TYREE TYRESSeal TYREESeal
Seal President
C C WYLIE Secretary SecretaryAssessment SecretaryAssessment SecretaryAssessment
Assessment No 16 16THE 16THE I 6 6THE
THE SILVER SHIELD MINING a aMilling aMillIng l lMilllnw
Milling company principal place of busi business bustness busifleas ¬
ness Salt Lake City Utah Notice is ishereby ISherebY UherebY
hereby given that at a meeting of tho thoboard thoboard theboard
board of directors of the above named namedcompany namedcompany namedcompanY
company held on the 12th day of De December December Oecember ¬
cember 1905 assessment No 16 of 3 cents centsper centsper centsper
per share was levied on the capital stock stockof stockot stockof
of the corporation outstanding payable payableImmediately payableimmediately payableimmediately
Immediately to E H Mead secretary at
514 McCornlck building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah Any stock upon which this as assessment aslessment asaessmeflt ¬
sessment may remain unpaid on Saturday SaturdayJan SaturdayJan SaturdayJan
Jan IS 1906 will be delinquent and ad advertised advertised advertised ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless
unless payment is made before will be besold besold besold
sold on Monday Jan 29 1906 at 10 a m mat mat rnat
at the office of the assistant secretary
614 McCornlck building Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUtah CityUtah
Utah to pay the delinquent assessment assessmenttogether assessmenttogether assessmenttoget1er
together toget1er with cost of advertising advertIsl g and anc ex expenses expenses expenses ¬
penses of sale E IL H MEAD MEADSecretary MEADSecretary MEADSecretary
Secretary
514 McCormick Building Salt Lake City CityTJtah CityUt Citytjtab
TJtah Ut
I I
Stockholders Meeting MeetingTHE MeetingTHE MeetingTHE
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING MEETINGof
of the stockholders of the ButlerLiberal ButlerLiberalConsolidated ButlerLiberalConsolidated ButlerLIberalConsolidated
Consolidated Mining company will be beheld beheld beheld
held at the office of the company rooms
304305 Progress building Salt Lake Lakctity LakctityUtah City CityUtah lty ltyUtah
Utah on Monday Jan 8 S 1906 at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock p m The annual election of ofOfficers ofQftIcer ofofficers
Officers will be had and such qther bus business 1 busness uaf uafneas ¬
ness will 111 be transacted as may properly properlycome properlycome properlycome
come before the tl meeting meetingH
> II V MBLOY Secretary SecretaryDated SecretaryDated S cr try tryDated
Dated Dec 19 190 100 i9
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No ILos 1 Los Angeles ExRres2 Ex1U Dximrcts iil2t01 J2cQloM J2cQloMNo AM AMNo AMNo
No 51 For Stockton and Tintlc745AM Tintlc745AMIso Ttnttc145 AlL AMFor
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Valley Valle 8OOAM 8OOAMKfk 800 AM AMNo AMNoSSFor
Kfk NoSSFor K2 1M For ClnrtlBlA Garfield 113fl 1130AM 1130AMNo AMNo AM AMNo
No 65 For Fo Nephi 445 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 61 For Nephi and Lynn Lynn30 t1p 930 3 PM PMArrive PMArrive PMArrive
Arrive DallyNo Dall DallNo Dally DailyNo
No 8 Los Angeles Limited 545 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 2 Los Angeles Express ExpresB630 630 AM AMNo AMNo 11 11No
No 62 From Lynn RId aid NoP Naphi50 AM AMNo AMNo
No M 4 From Garfleld120 Garfield 120 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 66 From Nephi and Sanpete SanpeteValley S SanpoteValley npete npeteVaney >
Valley 10 130PM 130PMNo PM PMNo PMNo
No 64 From Nephi 535 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 5E 5 From Tintlc and Stockton600 PM PMFINEST PMFINEST PMFINEST
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LOS ANGELES STAGS CONNEC CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS ¬
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DEC EC 19 1905 1905ARRIVE 1905ARRIVE 1905ARRIVE
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Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo6From FranciscoNo v vNo
No No6From 6 From Ogden and inter inter intermediate Q 931 > 3 3mediate a m
mediate 731 731NO
points pointsNo J
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points pointsNo Ogden and Intermwia J Ifltni6di6t4 4 A Apoints 5 5No ldB ldBNo
No 2 2From From Ogden O Chicago ChicagoOmaha CWc8goSt
St Louis Kansas as City CityOmaha CityOmaha
Omaha Denver and San 425 j jFrancisco Jss JssFrancisco
Francisco v ls w wNo Uj1 m mNo liiNo
No 10 1 10FThm Flom om Ogdou Cache CaoheSan CacheValley CacheTalley
Valley Butte Port1 portland d and
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410 A oft
ly and intermediate points pointsNo l m mNo
No 17For Ogd Ogden Omaha OmahaChioago OmahaChioago
Chioago and intermediate interznediatepoints CCC CCCpoints
555
points pointsNo 3w P H HNo IIINo8For
No No8For 8 8For For Ogden Denver DenverKansas Demvo1ansas
Kansas City Omaha St StLouis S 61 A
Louis and Chicago 0 0No UU i P m 111No
No 9 IFor For Ogden O den Cache Val Valley Valloy Vaby
ley Butte ButtE3t Helena Portland PortlandSan FortlpldSan
San Francisco ramcsco and Inter lnterlll lnterlllmedlate 1115m 114 114mediate =
mediate points luwpEa luwpEaD Ii liJ pm pmD
D B BURLEY G GP P PD A
D S SPENCER A to P A ACity ACity Acity
City Ticket Office 201 Main Street StreetTelephone
Telephone 250 250Note 250NoteThe 23ONoteThe
Note NoteThe The train numbers shown above aboveare aboveare aboveare
are Oregon Short Line train numbers and
do not apply to the Southern Pacific west westof Westot westof
of Ogden or the Union Paclfia east
thereof thereofCURRENT thereofCURREi1r
J 2CURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn TALIn
In Effect Dec 10th 19O5 19O5LEAVE 190LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CiTYNo
No 11 for Ogden 1025A 1025 A M MNo MNo L LNo6
No No6 6 for Denver Den r and East 850 A A M MNo MNo2 MNo
No No2 2 for Denver and nd East East350 350 P M MNo MNo MNo
No 4 for Denver and East 800 P M MNo MNo 11No13or
No No13or 18 for Ogden and local points 605 P M MNo MNo M MNo
No 10 for Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale andMarvsvale
Marysvale 800 A M MNo 101No8 MNo
No8 No 8 for Ptc ifrcvo > and Eureka 600 p L LNo LNo
No S for Ogden and West WestNo 1110 P M MNo M MNo
No 1 for Ogden and West WestNo West1 4 P lL lLNo5 MNo
No5 No 5 tot iorOgden Ogden and Westl035 A U UNo 71 71No
No 102 for Park City CityNo 815 A M MNo M MNo
No 112 for Bingham BinghamNo 810 A M MNo MNo r
No 114 for Bingham 8 800 < X p M MARRIVE MARRIVE MARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT SAL LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and nd local localNo localpoints ocalpoints
points pointsNo 9 A M MNo5
No5 No 5 from Denver and JjJast ast 102 A Me MeNo1 MNo
No No1 1 from Denver and East 135 15 P M MNo MNo3 MNo
No No3 3 from Denver and East J1X PtQ P M MNo MNo MNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andIar andMarsvale
Marysvale Iar svale 600 PM PMNo PMNo6 P 7 7No
No No6 6 from Ogden and West W St t840 840 A A M MNo MNo 71No
No 14 from Ogden Og en 225 P M MNo MNo Mo
No o 2 from Ogden and West 840 P P71 P71No M MNo M MNo
No 4 from Ogdenand Ogden and West 750 P P7 P7No 11 11No7
No No7 7 from Eureka and Provo 1000 1002 A M MNo MNo 71No
No 101 from Park City 510 P PNo Me MeNo
No 113 from Bingham BinghamNo 1050 1050No A Me MeNo
No IIS from Bingham W40 40 P pn pnPERFECT M MPEEEECT 7 7PEREECT
PEEEECT DINING GAS SERVICE SERVICEAll
All trains except Nos 1 to 6 6 inclusive inclusivestop Inclua1vestop InclusIvestoD
stop at intermediate points pointsTicket pointsTicket pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block Phone 205 205I 2OSI 205I
I A BENTON G A A P B DTHE BliTHE BTHE
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THE LAGOON LAGOQNflQAD LAGOQNflQADSalt RftAD RftADSalt fWADSalt
Salt Lake Ogden Railway Co CoSIMON COSIMON CoSIMON
SIMON BAMBERGBR BAMBERGBRPresident B DAMBEttcERPresident MBERGERo MBERGERoPresIdent
President and General Manager ManagerTime MnIl MtntgerTime er erTIme
Time table in effect Nov J6 6 1303 1303LEAVE 13OLEA 1305LEAVE
LEAVE LEA VE SALT S LT LAKE
6 830 11 a m 2 480 630 p In mLEAVE InLEAVELAGOON inLEAVE
LEAVE LEAVELAGOON LAGOON LAGOONi
7 i 930 12m 12 m 3 530 530730 730pin 730pinNotice 730pmNotice nn nnNotice
I
Notice of Special Meeting of Stock Stockholders Stockholders tock tockholders
holders Western Coal oal Coke C ke Co CoNOTICE CoNOTICE CoNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Gn THAT THATa T Tspecial
a special meeting of the stockholders stockholdersof
of th the Western Coal Coke company companyIs companyis inpany inpanyis
Is called and will be b held at t the of offices offlees offlees ¬
flees of the company rooms 432433 D Dp DF BF
F Walker block Salt t Lake City Utah Utahon Utahon Utahon
on the 8th day of January 1906 1906at at 1030 1030a i0 i0a
a m of said day That said 6 d meeting meetingis meet1nIs
is called for the jspecial ptlrpose of ofamending 0 0amendins oamending
amending the articles of incorporation of ofthe 0 0the othe
the Western Coal Coke company in inthe inthe Inthe
the following respect towitTo toWitTo towit towltTo
To amend Article 7 7qtparl1c1e o oftbe tjija article of ofincorporation ofincorporation ofincorporation
incorporation so as to make n ke all the thestock thestock thestock
stock of thaQpmpanycomjn th aomPEiX Qnmman < m stock by byconvertingMheone byconv byconverting
convertingMheone conv converting rtl gCtb the oIte one huna un ed d th thousand thousandshares thousandshares usan usanshares
shares set apart as Jrelecredstock preferred sock into intocommon intocommon intecommon
stocks J i > 4 t tF 3 3F
common
v Jv F A ASJVEET ASJVEETAA SWEET SWEETA
A AA A SWEET SWEETDirectors SWEErTn SWEEITDirectors
n Directors DirectorsRICHMOND Dlre DirectorsRICHMOND tof8 tof8RICHMOND
RICHMOND ANACONDA CONS CONSMining CONSMIning CONSMining
Mining Co principal office room 516 Dooly Doolyj
j block Salt Lake Luk City Utah U l Notice is Ishereby ishereby
1 hereby giyeJV 1VM41otat that at a meejtlng 1l1e tJng of the thedirectdrjFheia thQdlrect thedirect
directdrjFheia direct r h held 1 on the 13th xlayofDecem xlayofDecember ay ot JDecem JDecember Decembar ¬
ber 190B an assessment of of1Y 1 cents per pershare pershare pershare
share being assessment Nol NOl 1 1 was lev levled Ie Ieled 1evled
led upon the capital stock sto < k of the corpor corporation corporation corporation ¬
ation payable immediately to Fred C CDern CDern CDora
Dern secretary of the company at his hisoffice hIsoffi hisoffice
office offi e 616 Dooly Doolybl block bl9ek > ck Salt S lt Lake City
Utah UtahAnystock U UtahAny tab
Anystock Any tabm m etook bek Upon which this assessment assessmentmay ssessm hssessrnentmay nt ntmflY
may x remaia m3JR smpald on MppdaY Jan J n 2V 22 22
1806 1 VomoQ wfll be delinquent and advertised 3tlve advertisedfor rUsed rUsedfor f ffor >
for sale a1e at public auction ana an unless unlesspayment un unsspayment 9 9payment1s
payment payment1s Is made before somany so many shares sharesof <
of each parcel of such stook as a may be bonecesgiryvStfill benecesl3 beneeesfI1l
necesgiryvStfill necesl3 l1l be e sol sold crt Qtt2t1 thft 9tHday 9Ut ay of ofassess otFebru ofFebrut
Febru Februt 19OG 91t 230 30 oclook Ik p m o osaid of ofsaid
said dtC lwr to tomeat M HfQ Ut1eneassess Ut1eneassessment assess assesscost
meat t togthgr I o th z w1tb ItlJj1e th cost ost of ofFRED o oadvtrU ofadvertisiTtkaiT
advtrU advertisiTtkaiT k 6X expelfho 6tS oCaleJ oCaleJFRED tIae tIaeFRED
FRED C DSKN D DR 1tN Secy SecyFirst SeevDoIylockSalt
616 Dom DoIylockSalt lockfSa1t LakdtIiUtah LakdtIiUtahFirst ak ui ifJL ifJLJPlrst
First nubifcatfon n Dec 19 1305

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