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H THE MERCUR MINER.
B Published R Mercur, Utah's Grent Gold Camp. H Subscriptions) H One year $2.60 H Hlx months 1.K0 Three montltH ."5 H Abraham Crawford ICdltbr IH James T. Jukoinnn Mminger H . . rrr : notick. H During our' nbsonco any business H transacted with XV. H. Pccklmin for us H will bet O. IC. The gentleman will receipt 1 for money due the oirice, will tnke orders 1 for Job printing, etc. B James T. .lakeninn, H ENTER, THE NEW EDITOR. r Ladles and Gentlemen: In making this, - my llrst bow to yon In my edltoilnl ca- W puclty, 1 frankly admit I feel somewhat H shaky, and being of n retiring niul bnsh- P? fill disposition (?) this Is as It should be. Hh However, I feci conlldcnt that as time goes on the conditions will become l'a- H miliar, and I will feel nt home. Allow H mo to say that It will be my earnest B endeavor to rnuke the Morcur Miner as M Interesting and up-to-date ns possible. H I ak the assistance and co-operatlou of 1 the people of Mercur to this end. The H cnlumns of this papor will ever be open H for the dlscm-slnn of ctiy question so- H clal, political, rellKlous, etc. In short, a H paper the people of Mercur will take an H Intcrent in and be pioud of. Wishing H our city and the people thereof every H success, I remain, H Respectfully yours, H ABRAHAM CRAWFORD. H DISLOCATHD IIKlt SHOULDER. H Mrs. Johanna Sodcrholm of Fergus H Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her H Htiouldcr, She bad a surgeon get It H back In place as soon ns possible, but 9 It was quite sore and pained her very Hr ' much. Her Hon tnentlonel that he bad H semi Chamberlaln'H 1'uln Balm ndver- H Used for sprains and soreness, nud she H iusked him to buy her a bottle of It, H which he did. It quickly relieved her H. mid enabled her lo sleep, which she H ) had not done for several days. The son H wuh ho much pleased with the relief It H j Rave his mother that he has since rec- H ' ominended it to many others. For sale ; H j Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah. H M. H. Drawn, Stockton, Utah. ; CON. MERCUR'S NEW ORE BODY H I j During the past ninety days the Con- M-" solldntcd Morcur company has opened B h body of oxidized ore In the old Golden Gut- workings that bids fair to make a H; new mini) of that property. During the H time mentioned an Incline has been mink Hp. l distance of 2S0 feet lit the vein, line .i values being maintained for the entire Vj dliitaiice values ranging from S5 to $18 M or more. Sinking Is ntl) In progress nnd H' tho grade of the ore keeps up well. The j Work was commenced In what has been B Known iih the bottom of the Golden Gate m- mine,-where previous managements of j tho property had reached the concludon Hfc pay values ceaseu, so mat every root of E the work now being do no Is in virgin H ground. The ledge dlpn to the east, tin- H iter the big mountain on which the mill H was built, and ! being followed down H In what Is designated as winze No. 7. H Two levels havo been run out In the H vein to the north and three to the south. H The first and second lovels In the latter H direction have been ndvnnccd llfty feet b through good ore to a point where a V "fault" occurs, nnd where no attempt H has yet been made to determine Its rclu- H tlon to the vein'. The No. 3 level has not H yet reached tho "fault," but the oreH H coming from it average well up with HH those In the levels above. T; 0n tno ,0rth 8llll'i No. 1 lovel has been B I sent out over 200 feet and, with the ex- H ' caption of an unlmortnnt "lean" streak or two of a few feet thick, the values, B according to dally sampling, shows nv- H nrages In excess of $10 per ton. The H same conditions are found In the second H level, which Is now out a distance of H about seventy-live feet. The third level 1 on this side has not yet been started, H and at no pla.-e a pounJ of ore yet been j mined, other than that which Is taken H out In niiuiliur the winze and levels. No I croBs-ciittliDr of the vein hns been at- Li, tempted eltli -r. and Its average width Is HF"-. thercforo uiaieterinlned. Hut, Judging H ' from the woik dono In establishing the H s dtfforcnt levels. Mnnagcr Dern Is contl- B dent that It will bo found to vary from H fifteen or eighteen to forty feet. H , Tho possibilities In that .portion of the H mine seem to be practically llmltlCFs nnd H Manager Dern Is pardonably elated In H Lonseiucnce, lartlculnrly to because of H the results being obtained In tho face of H the derision of those who preceded him H in the management that "bottom" had H been reached. Manager Dern is expect H . Irtvr big things from the new discovery H nnd declares that he is not going to be fooled cither L WONDRRFITI, NBRVH. k. Is displayed by many a man enduring B pains of accidental Cuts, Wounds, V ltrulsoH, Huron, HonUlH, Sore feel or stiff Joints. Hut thcro's no need for It. Huck- H 7 Ion's Arnica Halvo will kill tho pain nnd mj cure tho trouble. It's the best Halve on Pn, earth for Tiles, too, 2Sc. nt Mercur Drug V- ' Co., druggist. HH GOLD FROM TIIK DAISY. M ' Arthur Murphy, who Is operntlug the old Daisy mine and mill nt Mercur un- BL. der lease, whs In the city yesterday, Hfl making settlement for the llrst consign- H mant of golS ryanlres shliiped since the PI mill went Into commission late last T month, IIo has spent a great ileal of H money In reopening the inlrte nnd plac- B lug the mill In shape to do good work M since ho took poweselon, Into In tho fall, H but ho mnked the pleasant announce- H ineut that he Is now operating at n nice H profit, nnd ho has no doubt of his ability H to contlnuo for an Indefinite time. H With a force of about fifty men he Is M mining nnd milling an average of eighty B tons of ore per day, and It will not ho VJ long, ho pays, until ho has the irlll Jfl grinding out over 10 ton every twenty- jfjfl four hours. The ore Is not very hliih- H grade, milling from $2.60 to $6, hut Is nil jjV oxidized and worl very easily. With fl tho present tennago Mr. Murphy ox- H Pttcttn to clean up from $10,000 to $12,000 M Iter month. H DOMISSTIC TUOUHLK8. H . It Is exceptional to find a family JJfJJ whore thero are no domeatlo niptuios jfJJj occasionally, but those can bo lessened H by having Dr. King's Now Ufu Fills H around. Much trouble they save by tholr great work In Stomach and Liver tumbles. They not only relieve you, hut rure. 25r, at Mercur Drug Co. drug store. INSTALLATION OF EAGLE OFFI CERS. On Thursday evening D. D. G. 1 Crawford, assisted by G. A. Whltokcr snd Abe Rtrnsteln of Salt Lake, In stalled the following olllcers; 1'. W. P. J. L. Craft. W. P. Joseph Garland. W. V. P. Richard Kemp. W. C Dr. J. E. Tnlt. W. S. Richard Daniels. W. T. A. C. Thompron, W. C Abe Crawford. W. I. O. Chris Thompron. W. O. G. E. M. Mllllln. W. Trustees II. W. Mobr, Joseph Ililndlcy and William Goodman. EVERY IIOTTLE OF CHAMBER LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY WAR RANTED. We guninntce every bottle of Chnm berlnlu'fl Cough Remedy and will re fund the money to any one who Is not satisfied after using two-thirds of the contents. This Is the best remedy In tho world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup nnd whooping cough and Is pleas ant and cafe to take. It prevents any tendency of a cold to result In pneu monia. Mercu- Drug Co., Mercur, Utah. M. E. Brown, Stockton. Utah. NOTES AROUND TOWN. Mrs. Lottie Elhlers Is improving slow ly fiom her rccnt Illness. John L. Edwards was a visitor to Salt Lake this week, for a couple of days. Manager Murphy of the West dip was a passenger on Tuesday's train for Salt Lake. Manager G. W. Dern returned to Salt Lake Thursday. A report of the Con Mercur will be found elsewhere. Mrs. M. N. Sprntly went to Salt Lake this week. She will go to Uingham to look after her Interests there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnrvls took u trip to Eu reka Thursday. While there Mr, Jar vis, we are told, was Initiated In the Elks. A new service has been established between Mercur and the West Dip, leaving Stelumun's every day at 1:30 p. in.; fare, HO cents. The people on the Golden Gate Hill appreciate very much the action of the Con. Mercur In lighting up the sidewalk from the Methodist church. - - - - "Doc" Evans nnd Joe Ulewltt Intend opening a Miloon In Ophlr In the near future. Joe went to the city Sunday to see about fixtures and supplies. Joseph lllewitt has established bache lor's hall, he having bought die house of Kntito Johnson, gave It a thorough cleaning and moved his furniture In. Mr. J. W. Lee during his trip down routli teok some line views of the coun try. He ought to get them fixed for a lantern nnd give nn address on them, Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Connors left Friday for Salem, they having been summoned thither by the death of Mrs. Connors' mother, who had died Thurs day, agcet close to 90 years. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carpenter- have rented and moved Into Mr. C. W. Corlleld's house on Met cur street. We nre In formed that the house next door will hoon have new tenants, but more of this anon. A baby girl wns born to Mr. nnd Mrs. St Cnrmnn Friday morning, and the way SI went mound town, head high up and tickled all over nt his nine-pound bnby girl, wasn't slow. The Editor hod a cigar on tho new arrival. Lyman Raker wns Initiated and In structed In the mysteries of Eagledom, after which tin adjournment was taken to social session. Refreshments were served nnd a good tlmo had, everyone, visitors nnd Invited guests, enjoying themselves to the utmost. Photographer C. Joy or this city has opened a studio In American Fork. Mr. Joy Intends to keep his studio open In Morcur, coming here and staying pay week or longer If necessnry. He left Monday for his pew Held of work. Suc cess to your efforts, Mr. Joy. C. L. Preble was n visitor on our streets Friday. Mr. 1'ieble Is very en thusiastic over the protpects on the West Dip, everything Is going satis factorily, over forty men working nnd the report given In the Herald of Ust Saturday certainly Justifies Mr. Preble's llSM'I'tlOHH. It appears from the Snlt Lake papers that our old college chum, Jack Man gum, In trontod somewhat differently In Salt Lake than In Mercur. Jack went 10 the city to see about hla pension, nnd loitered too long nround tho snloon, wns pullwl before Judgo DIehl as a vug and dismissed, A MARVELOUS INVENTION. Wonders never cense. A machine Iuih been invented that will cut. paste and hnng w. M paper. Tho Hold 'of In ventions and discoveries seems to be unlimited. Notable among great discov eries is Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It has done a world of good for weak lungs nnd saved many a life. Thousands have used It and con quered Grip, Ilronchltls, Pneumonia and Consumption. Their general verdict Is: "It's tho best and most reliable med icine for throat nnd lung troubles." Every BOc and $1.00 bottle Is guaranteed by Morcur Drug Co., druggist. Trial bottles free. UTAH'S GREAT GOLD CAMP. What Others Ilnve to Say of Morcur, Utnh's Johannesburg. (Continued From Our Last.) From the Deseret News. (Continued From Our Last.) surplus sulllolent to meat any ordinary contingencies. In addition to the leach ing of Its metal from the gold-bearing ores of the company during the year In- stalled n battery of retorts and began the reduction of Its mercurial ore's, the undertaking hnvlng thus far proved quite profitable, although tho plant Is an unpretentious one and wns con structed at very little expense. How ever, tho channel In which the quicksil ver occurs betrays no signs whntever of Impoverishment, and retorts or gieoter capacity1 may be resorted to the present season. ORE IN THE HERSCHEL. The shareholders of the Hersrhel com pany, whose territory adjolnts Hint of the Sacramento, are Indebted to the lat tor for the ray of hope that Unshed the management of the Sacramento In following up Its ore bodies having tiar-rt then Into Hprchl ground. Im mediately the ores were sampled by representatives of the company, and while no definite action looking to fu ture development hns been taken It Is said that work will be rctmmed the pres ent your. ON THE WEST DIP. While the West Dip, since the series of fnllures that were exploited during a boom that was thrust upon Mercur. hns presented l.othing but a spectacle of gloom, It is not to be denied another trial. To that end Arthur Murphy, who at one period served the Daisy ns Its superintendent, In now prosecuting n thorough examination of the ehnnncls to which the rook of better quality ap pears to have been confined, a recent exhibit. In which was contnlned the re sults of nssays, Vmboldenlng the belief that there Is n possibility of putting the proposition on a commercial basis. At all events, his movements nre being fol lowed with eager Interest by the army of Investors who Invaded the region, and, ns even lower grade ores have le sponded to the magic of modem metal lurgy, the efforts of Mr. Murphy arc not without promise. At Sunshine, home of the Sunshine mines and mill, four miles south of Mer cur, an attempt was made dining the year to rehabilitate that Ill-fated un dertaking, but Is rcpulted unsatisfac torily and the owners decided to hnng It up until such time ns more efficient methods are provided for the reduction of material which with the presence of talc hns proven most defiant. (Continued Next Week.) TRIED TO CONCEAL IT. It's the old story of "murder will out" only In this case there's no crime. A wnninn feeis run down, has backache or dyspepsia and thinks It's nothing and tries to hide It until she finally breaks down. Don't deceive yourself. Take Electric Hitters at once. It has a repu tation for curing Stomach, Liver and Kidney troubles and will revivify your whole system. The worst forms of those) maladies will quickly yield to the cur ative power of Electric Hitters. Only BOc, nnd guaranteed by Mercur Drujj Co., druggist. MERCUR LOCAL BRIEFS. A great many people are using "San Uas" Instead of wall paper. You can see samples at Stelnman's. The perfect fitting, satisfactory wear ing qualities of the clothes mnde-to-order by Strauss Bros, of Chicago, as well as the low prices they charge Is what makes them so popular. Call and leok nt the line displayed by A. Swen son Co. WHAT'S-IN A NAME? Everything Is In the nnme when It comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De Witt & Co. en Chicago discovered Fome 5'enrs ngo how to make a salve from Witch Hazel that Is n specific for Piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching nnd pro truding Plies, eczema, burns, brulrcs anil nil skin diseases DoWItt's Salve has no equal. This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits. Ask for DeWltt's the genuine. Seild by Mercur Meat nnd Gro. Co. nnd M. E. Brown, Stockton, Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah. SALT LAKE ECLIPSED. ,n Dr. J. E. Talt Is prepared to do all branches of first-class dental work at tho following prices. Compare them with nny dental parlor In the State. First-class work and best of material. Work all guaranteed: Full set of teeth, $5.00 to $12.50. Gold crowns, $5.00 to $7.00. Bridge work, per tooth, $5.00. Gold fillings. $1.00 upward. Treating nnd filling teeth, $3.00. All other fillings, $1.00. CROUP. The peculiar cough which Indicates croup Is usually well known to the mothers of croupy children. No tlmo should be lost In the treatment of It, nnd for this purpose no medicine has received more universal approval than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Do not waste valuable time In experimenting with untried remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended, but give this medicine ns directed nnd nil symptoms of croup will quickly disap pear. For Palo by M. E. Brown, Stockton, Utah. SUMMONS. IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DIS trlct Court of the State of Utah In nnd for Tooelo County. Sarah Short, plain tiff, vs. James A. P. Short,.defcndunt. Summons. The State of Utah to the Said Defend ant: You are hereby summoned to nppenr within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, If served within the county in which this notion Is In ought, athorwlse, within thirty days after service nnd defend the nbove en- . titled action; and In case of your failure I o to do. Judgment will be rendered ' against you according to the demnnd of the complaint, n copy of which Is now on file with the clerk of said court. A. II. DUNLAVY, Atttorn.y for Plaintiff. Postofllce Address, Mercur, Utah. First Pub., Dec 10, 1903. Last Pub., Jan. 13, 1001. NOTICE TOR PUBLICATION. NO. CI CD. Department of tho Interior, Land Of fice nt Salt Lake City, Utah, December 22nd. 1903. Notice Is hereby given thnt the fol-following-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof In support of his olnlm, and that said proof will be mndo before the. Register and' Receiver U. 8. Land Qlllco nt Snlt Lake City, Utah, on February 6. 1001. viz.: Hans R. Peterson, II, E. 11SS1. for the neVi nw4 and nVi neU nee. 33, and nwU nwW sec. 31, tp. C s., r. 2 w S. L. M. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul tivation of said land, viz.: AVilllam Sny der and Andrew Park of Fairfield, Utah; Milton Reunion nnd John M. Cannon of Forest Dale, Utah. FRANK D. HOnilS, Register. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A UNITED STATES PATENT. M. A. NO. 37C9. In the United States Uind Olllco, Salt Lake City. Utah. Dec. 18, 1903. Notice '.s hereby given that. In pur suance of the Act or Congrofs, nL) proved May 10, 1872, "To promote the development of the mining resources f the- United States," the Dry Canyon Consolidated Mining compnny, n cor poration of the State of Utah, having its principal place of business nt Salt Lake City, Utah, acting through Its duly authorized agent nnd attorney, Frank H. Stephens, whoso pustofllcf address Is Salt Lake City, Utah, claim ing: 1112 llnenr feet of the Queen of the West Nei. 2 lode with riurfuce ground CC0 reet In width. 1112 linear foot of tho Queen of tho West No. 1 lode with surface ground 600 feet In width. 1112 linear feet of the Queen of tho West lode with surface ground -115 feet In width. 1300 llnenr feet of the Keystone lodo with surface ground 501. fi feet In width. 1R01.7 llnenr feet of the McKlnley mine lode with surface ground 557 feet 'n width. 12S9.6 linear feet of the Lucky Boy Mine lode with Hurfnce ground 537 feet In width. HU.1.C llnenr feet of tho Silver Dollar lode with surface ground 631. 9 feet In width. 1479.3 linear feet of the Uncle Sam loele with surface ground 315 feet In width. 1179. 3 linear feet of the Admiral Dewey lode with surface ground COO feet In width. 1179.3 llnenr feet of the Queen of the West No. 5 lodo with surface ground COO feet In width. 1479.3 linear feet of the Queen of the West No. 4 lode with surface ground f.99.7 feet In width.- I 1189. 1 linear feet of the Queen of tho West No. C lode with surface ground C0 feet In width. 1141,9 linear feet of the Queen of the West No. 3 lode with surface ground COO fcel In width. 1290 llnenr feet of the Queen of the West No. 7 lode with surface ground 337.fi feet In width. All covering veins, lodes nnd mineral deposits benrlng gold, sliver nnd other precious mctnls, and nil lying nnd be ing unit sltuntc within tho Ophlr Min ing District In the County of Tooele npd State of Utah, and being consolidated ns one group of claims. Mineral Survey No. 4951, linn made application to the United Stntes for n patent for the said consolidated mining claims comprising nil of the above-dej-erlbed claims, which Is more tully described ns to motes and bounds by the official plat and by the field notes of survey hereof now filed in the office of the Register of the Dis trict of Lands, subject to sale nt Salt Lake City, Utah, which field notes of survey describe the boundaries and ex tent of said clalir. on the surface, with magnetic; vnrlatlon nt 10 degrees SO minutes cast ns follows, to wit: Beginning nt corner No. 1, Lucky Boy Mine lode, which In Identical with cor ner No. 1 McKlnley lode, this survey; whence U. S. M. M. No. 8 benrs north 7 degrees 7 minutes east 723.9 feet, thence south SI degrees 54 minutes east 1289. C feet to corner No. 2 Lucky Bnv Mine lode, thlw survey; thence south 8 degrees C minutes west SC.l feet to lint; 1-2 Silver Dollar lode, this survey, thence north 53 degrees east 850.3 foot to corner No. 2 Silver Dollar lode, this survey; thence south 21 degrees 30 min utes east C07.1 feet to corner No. 3 Sil ver Dollnr lode, this survey; thence south 53 degrees 7 mlnutos west 1492.8 feet to corner No. 4 Silver Dollar loele, this survey; thence north 21 degrees 30 minutes west 5SC.3 feet to lino 3-4 Lucky Hoy Mine lode, this survey; thence north 81 degrees 54 minutes west 814.3 feet to corner No. 4 Lucky. Hoy Mine lode. Idcutlcnl with corner No. 2 McKln ley lode, both of thlH survey; the-neo north SI degrees 54 minutes west 1301.7 fret to corner No. 3 MrKlnley Mine lode, this survey; thenco north 8 degrees 0 minutes cast 557 feet to corner No. 4 McKlnley Mine lodo, on lino 2-3, Key stone lode, both of this survey; thence north SI degrees 54 minutes west 557 feet to corner No. Keystone lode, this survoy; thence n eh S degrees fi min utes east 501.5 foot to corner No. 4 Key stone lode, this survey; thence south 81 degrees 54 minutes east 557.1 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence north 8 degrees 6 minutes cast 415 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the West lode, Identical with corner No. 'i Queen of the West No. 1 lodo, both of this survey; tlionc north 8 degrees G minutes cast COO feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 1 lode. Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, both of this survey; thence north 8 degrees C min utes east COO feet to corner No. 3 Queen of the Went No, 2 lode, this Burvoy; thence south 81 degreea 51 minutes east 1112 feet to comer No. 4 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, on lino 1-2 Queen of tho West No, 4 lodo, both of this sur vey; thence north 8 degrees 0 minutes east 499.7 feet to corner No. 2 Queen of the West No, 4 lode, this survey; thenco south 81 degrees 51 minutes enst 417.2 feet to lino 1-2 Queen of the West Nn. C lode, this survey; thence north 47 degrees 38 minutes west 1211.4 feet to corner No. 2 Queen or the West No. fi lode, this survey; thence north 42 de gree's 22 minutes east GOO roet to cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 0 lode, this survey; thence south 47 degrees 3J minutes east 14S9.1 feet to corner No. I Queen of the West No. 0 lode this survey, on line 2-3 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, this survoy; thence north i degrees 22 minutes enst 731.1 feet lo corner No. 3 Queen of tho West No. J lode, this survey; thenco south 47 de grees 3S minutes cast COO reel to cor ner No. 4 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, this survey, on line 2-3 Queen of the West No. 7 lode; thence north 42 de grees 22 minute's east 550.9 feet to cor ner No. 3 Queen of tho West No, 7 lode, this survey; thenco -outh 8 degrees 6 minutes west 599.7 feet to convr No. 4 Queen of tho West No. 7 lode, ils sur vey; thence south 42 degrees 22 min ute west 1290 feet to corner No. 1 Queen Of the West No. 7 lodo. this nurvey. Identical with comer No. 4 of the Queen of the West No. 4 lode and with cor ner No. 3 Queen of tho West No, 5 lode, both of this survey; thence south 8 degrees C minutes west COO feet to cor ner No. 4 Queen of the West No. G lode, this survey. Identical with corner No. 3 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey; thence south 8 degrees 0 minutes we.it COO feet to corner No. 2 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey, Identlcnl with corner No. 4 Uncle Sam lode, this survey; thenco south 8 degrees C minutes west 315 feet to corner No. 3 Uncle Sam lode, this survey; thence north 81 degrees 51 minutes west 1479.3 feet to corner No. 4 Undo Sam lode, this survey, Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of tho West lode, this survey; thence north 81 de grees 64 minutes west 109.1 feet to cor ner No. 1 Keystone lodo, this survey, on line 2-3, Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence south 8 degrees fi minutes west 501.5 feet to corner No. 2 Ke'ystono lode, this survey, on line 1-4 McKlnley mine lode, this survey: thence south 81 degrees 51 minutes cast 25S.7 feet to tho place of beginning. Containing n total area of 229.694 acres, from which arc deducted con flicting areas ns follows, namely: Arro. Silver Dollnr lodo, this survey.... 2.535 Lot No. SI Mahogany No. 2 lode.. 0.157 Lot No. 154 Mnrk Antony lode.... 12.195 j Queen of the West No. 4 lode, this survey 3. US Maklngn total of 18. COS Leaving the net area of the lode claim 211. 089 The areas in conflict with lot No. 84 Mahogany No. 2 lodo nnd lot No. 151 Miuk Antony lode are not claimed. Notices of location of all of said min ing claims comprising said group being of record In the office of the Recorder of Tooele County, nt Tooeje City In tho County nnd State aforesaid, the pr? sumed general course or direction of the said veins, lodes and mineral de posits being shown on the said plat as near as can be determined from pres ent developments, this claim being for the number of linear feet of each lode together with surface ground shown upon the official plat, nnd ns herein de scribed. The nearest known locntlons being the Mahogany No. 2 lodo mining claim lot No. 81, the Mark Antony lode mining claim lot No. 151, tho Rover lode mining claim survey No. 3478, the Occident lode mining claim lot No. 10S, j the Herchol lode mining claim lot No. 112, the Swansea lode mining clnlm Lot No. 100 nnd the Homestnke lodo min ing claim Lot No. 94, all of the enld claims being so designated on the olll clal plat. Said claims nro situated In unsurveyod township 5 south, rnngo 4 west. Any and all persons claiming adverse ly the mining ground, veins, IoiIch. premises, or any portion thereof so do- I scribed, surveyed, platted and applied j for, aro hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are duly filed as accord- Iiir to law and the regulations there under within the time prescribed by law with tho Register of tho United Stntes Land Olllce at Salt Luke City, In the county of Snlt Lake, Statu of Utah, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of said statute. 1 hereby direct that this notice be published In tho Meicur Miner at Mer cur, Tooele county, Stnto of Utah, the newspaper published nearest to the said mining claims, for a period of nine con secutive weeks. frank d. nonns, Register. $ I $ PlifBnix Indemnity Company, $ C OF AMERICA. j Insuro yourself against sickness and accidents. ... Also Life Insurance. Installment Plan. ... You pay a little each month. ?C?C?C?.?C?C FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE TO ntfr. II. A, NELSON, General Agent, 209, 211, 232 Oeseret News Bldg. SALT I AKE CITY, UTAH. ft I