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r The Mercur Miner. I V Vol.X. Mercur, Utah, Wednesday, October 3, 1906. No. 36 H : ?Y THE MERCUR MINER. it - Published Kvcry Wednesday. . ' GRAY & JAKEMAN, Publishers. 1fY( . Ofllce of Publication ,rA , Next iloor to Postotrice, Meicur, Utah. L""4n ' . ' Tn'8 I'oi't-'r Is entered ns second-class S ., matter at tho post ofllco nt Mercur, ';,, Subscription: t' One year, $1.00; six montha, 7G cts; 1 ,( , llireo mouths. BO cts. ILW '. T,' aoovo prices nro cash tn advance '-, and do not apply to subscription ,' w. duo prior to July 14, 190C. ''-'W' JA3. T. JAKEMAN, f ', t Managing Editor. 5 V ' c7rnVEHS..7".LOCAIi MANAOlifl 1 '' METAL MARKET. U , .'i ' Monday, 24: Silver, C8 1-2 cents; lead, $7.75; copper, IS 1-4 cents. - ,4 Tuesday. St: Silver, C8 3-8 cents; o i luead, J7.7&; copper, 18 G-8 cents. -' w Wudnostlny, 23: Silver. C8 3-8 cents, ' ', , lead, ?G.7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. ' ' ' Thursday, 27 Silver, C7 3-4 cents; ' ' lead, $G,7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. h- , - Friday, 28 Silver, C7 7-8 cents; I" 1 lead, JG.7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. t- ' ' Saturdny, 29 Silver, C8 1-8 cents; V ' lead, G.7G; copper, 18 3-8 cents. t CONFERENCE RATES. ' I Tickets will bo sold by tho Salt ; Lako Itouto from stations south ot Lynn and ns fnr as Uvada, October 2 to C, Inclusive; north of Lynn, Octo- bcr 3 to 7. For all southern Utah j sottlomcnta wo havo ono train dally, i carrying sleeping and dining cars. I . For the- Tlntlc district wo havo tho 1' . afternoon train, and nil points, NophI i , to Murray Inclusive, wo havo throo ' , fast trains dally. Tho samo rates will apply as In tho past. j' t' TOOELE COUNTY REPUBLICAN if ' TICKET. L A For Representative to State Legists- tt ',(' ture, WVr ,. a. nuNsoN. JLvA For County Commissioner, Four- HL-iiA- - Year Term, ,,.,., iK&Ztu.'?'' For Countv Commissioner, Two- Hh!5pfcV Year Term, Iv1 " ' ' W. J. HAMMOND f For County Clerk; BVEIl AJAX. , For Sheriff, rt A. O. EVANS. I" For County Recorder f J. W. WIUTEIIOUSE. f For County Treasurer, KDWAIW OUME. I For County Assessor, K J. E. M1LLWAHD. W For County Attorney, I JOHN GORDON. ft ' For Superintendent of Schools, .1 A. L. NELSON. !fj For County Surveyor, ' . HIRAM GRIDLEY. f MERCUR BRIEF8. fr James Spclra loft Thursday for his !E homo In Pleasant Grovo. r j j E Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Swonson spent I ' tho past week in Salt Lake. fc- & J Bp Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo Hurlburtspon ' a fow days In Salt Lako last wcok. r n if Mr. G. H. Dorn nmdo n (lying trip ( r" to Kuroku Thursday on mining husl- . K ness. 1 W Mr. John Ileagley loft for NophI yes- a torday for u fow days' visit with his j v family. . Mr. Edwnrd Howard has returned to 1 Morcur from a weok's visit In Salt Lako City. I .1 .1 1 Many of our citizens aro propar' K to attend October conference to bo held nt Salt Lako City. Tho L. D. S. choir, under tho ablo leadership of Mr. Richard Danlols, Is second to nono In tho stnto. J Mr. Harry Hawks, Master Mechan ' lo Golden Gato mill, was In Salt Lako t City for n fow days this week. Sir. nnd Mrs. John I'otorson'a baby ' ., Is cinlto sick with Bummor complnlnt, and nt this writing Is In a dangorous i condition. f J Tho Con. Mercur Co. is furnishing tho Sacramento Co. with ono carload of llmo monthly from their now kiln at tho mill. , . . Emll Andorsbn, ono of thu best known citizens of American ForK, dlofl vory suddonly nt his homo from tho ! effects of heart falluro. .4 W Mr. W. T. Jannoy's mother nnd sis tor, Pauline, luft for their homo In Phllndolphln Friday, after having spent tho summur In Murcur. Archie Itozinnt has boon lBltlng relntivos nnd friends In Ploasant Grovo for tho pnBt ton daj"8, and re turned to Mercur yoBtorday. Hilly Williams Is taking a ten days' lay-off from his duties ns solution man , nt tho Golden Gato mill to visit rola- j tlvoH and friends In Salt Iako. . , ' t. . Last weok's Issuo, In publishing tho ' list of mombors of Oio FJvo Hun'' club, omitted Miss Clara (;aiTcj-s numo from tho list of inemborshlp. County Commissioner Mr. Joseph Leo left for Salt Lako Sunday to visit his family, and on Monday will leave for Tooelo to attend county court. Tho Con. Mercur Gold Mining Co. nro having tho mill and nil company buildings ropnlnted, which adds gicatly to the appearance of the build ings Jt s Tho now sub-station of tho Tcllu rldo Power company, under tho super vision of Mr. Clarko Hakcr, Is ncarlng completion, nnd when finished will be n model of Its kind. J j Profossor McCorklo nnd Miss Anna Luft, Miss lllanchnril and Mlsa Hns lnusscn climbed Lowlston peak on tho 2Dth Inst., nnd say tho next trip will be made on horseback. - .' Tho Union Mcrcantllo Co. has laid In a now Block of goods for fnll trnde. Tho nppenranco of tho storo and tho quality of tho goods will compare with any In Salt Lako City. .. Mrs. Thomas Ilutto presented hor husband with n lino baby, boy Thurs day morning. Tom Is wearing smiles and passing clgnrs among tho boys. Mother and child doing well. jt h The foundry nt tho Golden Gato mill Is turning out maugancBo steel castings and cast steel, nlso chilled castings. The foundry is under tho supervision of Mr. Felix Forbes, n mechanic of extraordinary ability. . Mr Joslah Kemp of Mercur, a young business man, and Miss Lizzie White of Manning wore married at the county clerk's office nt Salt Lako City last Monday. Doth young poo plo aro favorably known nnd hnvotho best wishes of the community. s Tho wedding reception given nt tho homo of Mrs. Rcnson, In tho Second wnrd, American Fork, Thursday nig In honor of hor daughter's marriago to Mr. Wash Varney, was ;i brilliant af fair, Tho young couple 'woro married early In tho evening by President Jns. H Clarke. . .'t Mr. Cad Preblo has enlarged tho stago of tho Morcur opera houso, which adds greatly to Its appearance nnd enables tho show companies to .prcsent, thejplaysjn apiort8ulinbl way. Morcur is on tho regular circuit now nnd wo can look for good shows this fall and winter. St .1 Mercur was treated to n first-class Bhow Wednesday ovonlng, Oct. 3, by Oordon nnd Dennett's Royal Slavo Co. This show is of speclnl morlt and do BorveB good business. Your corre spondent mot Mr. F. C. Huobnor, tho' gonial advance agent, and his npponr nnco nnd business nblllty aro ccrtnln to Insure a good show. . Thomas llrockbank mot with a very serious accident yesterday whllo hunt ing. In Betting his gun down on tho ground It was discharged In some un accountable wny. blowing tho thumb from bis right hand and perforating his shoulder with shot. Drs. Thnyor nnd Horry attended his Injuries, and nt this writing ho Is resting comfort ably. st jt Dr. J. B. Talt has sold his practlco in Morcur nnd Ophlr to Dr. L. 0. Krnuso, n gradunto of tho Wcstorn Dental collego of Kansas City. Mo, Dr. X. O. Logan of Ophjr purchased his offlco building and two ndjolnlng lots ns nn Investment. Dr. Tnlt will leave on or about Oct IGth for nutto, Montnnn, where ho will locato nnd continue his practlco In dentistry .i . Lohl Is to havo another bank. James Chlpman of Salt Lako City, Stephen L, Chlpman, Alox Thornton nnd Wash burn Chlpman of Amorlcan Fork woro lu Lohl to comploto tho nrrangomonts for Its opoulng. It wns not definitely decided whothor tho now Institution will bo nn Independent corporation or whothor It will bo for tho present n branch of tho Dank of Amorlcan Fork. vl Jt Mrs. William Uncoil entertained n number of hor frlonds Thursday ovon lng In honor of hor birthday. Tho fol lowing guests woro prosont: Mnyor and Mrs. Evoro, Mr, and Mrs. O. Al benn, Mr nnd Mrs. Henry Danlols. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmos Iionnott, Mr. Hid noy Showells, and Mr. Archlo Ilex znnt. Music, Instrumental nnd vocal, was Indulged In, aftor which tho host ess sorvod a delightful auppor. Mnny happy returns of tho day. Jt jt Tho dlroctors of tho Sacramento Mining company mot and declared dlvldond No. 61, of $5000, payable tho first of October, books to closo Sop tombor 20. With the payment of this amount tho Rncrnmento company will havo distributed to the slmroholdors of tb company tho total sum or $265. 000. Ro)ort was mado to tho officials of tho company Monday that every thing nt tho mlno wus In excellent condition, nnd that development work wns progressing with tho usual vigor. Jt M Mr. James W Whllo, tho eminent mlxologlBt of tho Onulilh bar. was lu Salt Lako during tho championship games botwonn Park City and Euroka. Mr. Whlto wns at ono tlmo nn ndhor unt of Euroka. and at this writing ho has cast his lot with Park City and will not rotrlovo hlc fortunes shat tered by the GanB-NoIson bout nt Gold field. It Is rumored In social clrolos that Mr. Whlto Is engaged to a promi nent society woman of tho west dip nnd oxpocts to bo married Bomo tlmo In Jnnuary Congratulations and good luck Tim Morlarty, who Is uat In fromj tho Shnkespcnro group of claims vat Morcur, roports tho uncovering of nil oxtonslvo vein ot ore, which assays from $7.20 to $141 In sold to tho,torij Tho property Is located about ono mllc south or tho Manning mill 'ind lsj Just ver thu htll from tho MercurM Tho Btrlko Is tho best yot eno.)ilnVrTdj In tho district, nnd tho owners of tbo! propeity, Mr. Morlarty. L 1?! Ormnot'J and Alt Anderson, of tnlu city, nro ujtly dated. Tho vein ts thought ley bo a continuation o that which runs, through the Morcur proporty. ,'. Two steam plows nro now at work' In Cedar vnlloy plowing up lands pre paratory to planting dry fnrin wheat. Ono of tho plows Is being opornted by. tho Cedar Valley Lnnd & Development company, composed of Lohl, Amor can Folk and Alplno pnrtlos Tho othor plow ts owned by Salt Lako peo ple and Is being operated by lllshop Sneddon of Snlt Lako City. Tho plows so for arc plowing eight to ten Inches deep, but nro not doing vor satisfactory work. Heavier ptows havo been ordered and it ts oxpoctcd that they will bo more, successful. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY. Tho Democrats of Morcur held their primaries itt tho city hall Friday ovon lng at 8 o'clock. Meeting wns called to ordor by Richard W. Kemp, pro cltict chnlrman, and following business wns transacted: Sovcn'dologates woro elected to tbo county convention held nt Tooelo on Sept. 29. Goorgo II. Dorn, chnlrman dologn tiou; James Quirk, A. H. Dunlavy, John llrown, A. Hrnckcn, Georgo A. Culllnnn nnd Roy Uonnor, delegates. Richard W. Kemp was nominated as Justice of tho pence, and Richard Daniels as constable Richard W. Kemp was ro-olccted ns precinct chairman nnd Richard Dan iels, precinct secretary. Tho meeting was adjourned subject to call of precinct chairman. ALON7.0 DYKMAN, Secy. Pro. Tom. At tho Democratic county conven tion, which assembled nt Tooolo on tho 29th Inst., tho following named candidates wero nominated from Mor? cur; t .JIon.acorgo. r:Drn,-hnffltiOoi''W tho stato loglslaturo. Judgo II. H. Dunlavy, pollco udgo of Morcur. County nttornoy, J. D. Drown, min ing englneor of tho Con. Morcur Co.. county surveyor. Tho Democrats certainly selected good timber In naming theso men, as thoy nro nil well and favorably known In tho community. o Friday. 1,000 shares of Sacramento sold nt 11 1-2 cents. GOO shares South Columbus at 19 cents, CC00 nt 50, 600 at Gl. Saturday, Columbus Con., 400 shares at $7.1G nnd GO nt $7.20. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. Tho Democratic county convention waB hold In Tooelo Saturday and nom inated tho following ticket: Hoprosentntlvo Georgo II. Dorn, Tooelo; commissioner for tho four ears' term. Hrlgham Davis. Lako Point; commissioner for tho two ears' torm. Ed Dalton, Tooelo; clerk, It. D. Holllday. Grantsvlllo; rocordor, John P. Tato. Tooolo; sheriff. II. N. Hush, Clover Crook; troasuror. W. II Ilcnnlfcr, Stockton; assessor, John William Andorson, amntsvlllo; nttor noy, A. II. Dunlavy. Morcur; superin tendent of schools, Alfred Nelson, Tooelo; surveyor, John D. llrown, Drown, Morcur. Archibald Ilevnn presided nt tho convention nnd John P. Tato was chos en secretary. Tho convention elected twolvo delegates to tho stato conven tion. T J Itaddatz, formerly superintend ent of tho Honorluo company, has re turned ortor nn extended visit to Cali fornia and western points, N. S. M, S. SEMI-ANNUAL REUNION. Tho Northern Stntos Missionary so ciety will hold Its soml-annunl reunion Friday evening. Oct. G. 190G, com mencing at 7:30 in tho Wntorloo meet ing house at 8alt Lako City. Program, dancing, refreshments nnd n general good tlmo will ho the features of the ovonlng. Saints, lutumed mission- I orlos. families of missionaries, and , tholr friends nro cordially Invited to come nnd ronow old acquaintances nnd form now onos. Sounds BIO, but it's TRUEI If you want to talk with every town In Utah, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming, you MUST have the "BELL." Otherwise you CAN'TI Pure qold rings have "18 k," INSIDE. "18 k." , telephones have this ' OUTSIDE. i ' VAN NOY APARTMENT HOU8E, '. New and Elegantly Furnished Throughout. Mrs. A. Van Noy, Proprietress. I', Independent 'Phone 1424. SC3 South Main St. Steam Heat and Ilathb, Electric Light. V Jjfti. - iMlMll sMsssB r WHISKEY IS NOW IN SEASON. f WE HAVe'tJHE GOODS. fe' ' 'RIEOKR & L1NULEV. r, "Thq Whiskey Merchants." Salt Lakn City. I if" s.?,lJX Utah Dental Ca. jBSStWS. t .tftIBKfe Drt- A- Z1MUKRV.AN, MOn. Br'NjWk ,Mtk et4 ToilUt.lj WIUi rata. Ttt With othw Wert B,,,,1 oA irowai, SS-k II, SO U is, 00 Hwrt Sii'ViT" "" . o t is, oo BWX Vtf y?." .r111.. . 11.00 d WkWJoj. g ' '""' ""lott ,. ,tit in iti slT Al FREE kxamikxtwu KPfjL "C'JY Open till 0 p. m.; Bnndsys, lo to 3. HmUuAlLLdtMm bbino xraa ad wrra you. sWbHsbW Bell Phono 2767 Indcpondent 4444 Alexander Optical Co. ! -230-231-232 Atlas Block, Salt Lake City, Utah , Eyes correctly filled and cared for by the year. "Wo aro (he , on'inalors of Ihc "ycara care" system. Call and let us explain. . . EopcninK of fhe Fall and Winter Season I9067. J M, DANIELS X X THE ARTISTIC TAILOR X X Wishes lo inform you that he has just rtlurned from the East, and is now in a posi'lion lo show his patrons the largest and most varied selection of ujvtodale all wool fabrics in the west, at prices which are well within the reach of everybody, Suits or Overcoats worth from S35 to S50, from $20 up Pants worth from 58 to $12 . . , , , from $6 up Come and see for yourself, or write for samples and selfmeasure ment blank. M, DANIELS, 57 W. Second South St., Sail Lake City This is a Conference Ad. m You will come to Salt Lake City in October, will you I "not? While there, you will want the cheapest and best Pianos for the money to be obtained in Utah. They are to be found at our ware room at No, 52 Market Street, half block from the Post Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 Meanwhile, we will send you list of such used upright Pianos as the Chickering, Steinway, Weber and Knabc, etc, with prices attached, if you send postal. 1 When you call you will find this is a one - price house tickets are attached to each Piano, containing price of same and condition of sale. No dickering. We will deliver to your nearest railroad station, freight free, all Pianos pur chased from us, Town and country i3 the came to us, I New York & Western Fiano Co. An Enviable : I Reputation. On no railroad In Amorlca Is tho system ot dlaclpllno among employes . und watclifulnoss for tho safety of passengers devolopod to a higher T h degree than on tho X Chicago, Milwaukee&St. Paul : Railway ,j Two trains every dny Ogdou or Denver to Chlrago via tho Union P.- cine and at. Paul lino. Through sloopors and freo reclining chair y cars. k For tickets and Information call on ' C. S. Williams, Commercial Agent, I Salt Lake City. , U ltt t tt tH vyU Do You Yant Work? WORK FOR EVERYBODY. H Teamsters, I.nliorors, Always Wanted. H Wo Furnish All Kinds of Help. H DIXON EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. H C2 Knst First South, 8alt Lako City H Iloll 'Phono 1S72-X. Ind. 'Phono tjj H NOTICE. H United States Land Otllro, H Salt IiUo City, Utah, Sept. (i, 190C. sH To Whom It May Concern: H Notice la hereby Riven that tho iH Btnte of Utah has nicd In this otneo H llstH of lands sclectod by tho nald H state, ns Indemnity school liimH, nn- dor Section C or tho Act of, CoiiRrcsn iH nitprovcd July 16, 1891. The follow- H Ing tracts, einbrncod In said lists, nro H found to bo within six miles of a mln- H Ing location, claim or entry, t..: H AVest halT southwcHt qunrlcr suction 22 (State No. 201): nouth hair bouUi- H oast quarter Routliwest quarter section H 0 (Stnto No. 251); nouthenBt quarter LH northwest quarter uectlou 9: enat half BouthWest quarter accllon 33 (Stato H 1. 1st 252); west half northwest quar- H tcr. northwcBt quarter houthwoBt quartor Bcctton 33 (Stnto No. 192): H west half southeast quartor section 22 H (State No. 1S9); northweot quartor LHB fectlon 28 (Statu No. 18S); Houtheaat sH9 quartor section 20 (Stato No. 18C); BouthwoHt quartor section 21 (Stnto H No. 184); Bouthenat quartor section HH 21 (Stato No. 183); northwest quarter H uectlou 21 (Stnto No. 182); uorthoast H quarter , secthm 20 (Statu No. 181); H east half southwest quartor Hocllon 22 (Stnto No. 1C3), all In township r M nouth, raugu 2 west; tiortlnvost quar- H tor f.oiitheant quartet1 nnd southoast H quartor southcaRt quarter Koetlon 4, township n south rangQ 3 woat; H (Stato No. 281); lota 1 and 2' nnd M bouUi halt northeast quarter section 1, H township 8 south, range 3 west, S. L. H M. (Statu No, 253); soutbenut quartor H Hectlon 29. township C Houth, range 2 wont (Stnto No, 202); onst half north- H west quarter section 33, township S H south, rnngo 2 w.VhI (Stnto No. 201), H oiiKt half aoutbeaat quarter section 11, H southeiiHt quarter Bouthoast quartor H acctlon 14, township 5 south, rnngo 3 H -wost (Stnto No. 271. H Copies of Bald lists, ko far ns they H relate tff Bald, trnclB, , by, 'descrlpUvo H BiibdlvlBlons. havo bc6n conspicuously H MffilS , lie Rcnornlly H Within thu nnxL sixty dayn follow- H lug tho ditto of this notice, uudor do- M imrtmontnl Instructions of Jnnuary 10, M 11)00, protestK or contests ngnlnut tho H claim of tho Btalo to any of tho tract H or subdivisions hcrolnbeforo do- H scribed, on tho ground that tho samo jH In more valuable for mineral than for H agricultural purposes, will bo recolvod M nnd noted for report to tbo goncrnl H land olllco at Washington, D. C. Fall- H uro so to protest or contest, within H tho tlmo specified, will bo considered jH Biifllclent ovldcnce of tho nou-inlnoral H chnrnctcr of tho tracts, and tho seloc- JM tlou thoroof, being otherwise (roo from H objection, will bo recommended for m approval. H I'HANK D. IIOI1I1S. H llcgUter. B Flrnt publication September 20, 190G. B Lnnt publication, November 19, 1900 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U. M 8. PATENT. M. A. Nn. 4118. ) In the United States Land Oftlco at BAfl Salt Lako City, Utah, July 22. 190G. Notice Is horchy given that tho Iluckhorn Consolidated Mining and Milling Company, by S. M. I-ovy, Its agent anil nttornoy, whoso post odlco nddrcss Is Salt Lako City, Utah, HH claiming 1.500 linear feet of tho Hat- tlo Ax vein, lying, being nnd Rltuated within tho Ophlr Mining District. County of Tooele, Stato of Utah, has HH mado application to rno United 8tatcn BH for n patent for tho Bthl mining cla in, HM being mineral survey No. 4931. which HJ Is described ns follows, tn-wlt: HBI Heglnnlng nt Corner No. 1 from H whence U. S. Mineral monument No. p 4 bean, north 10 dog. 47 mln. west B 8271 fuel, thence roiiUi C dng. onst 700 foet to comor No. 2. thonco north HJ C3 dog. oest 1C00 feat to rornar No. a; HH tbenco north C dog. wost 700 foot tt BBJ corner No 4. thence nouth G3 deg. woat V ir.no feet to cornor No. 1. tho placn H of beginning Tho nearest known looa- tlons being tno ISIghth of Jnnuary lodo. H lot No 168. Poor Man lodo. lot No. m 75, Mountain (lorn lodo, lot No. 99: California lode lot No. 47 A; Ante- H lupa lode, lot No. 70; (Irty ItoeK nnd p Kmernld Conolldntd lodo, lot No. 70. m tho Iluckhorn lodo, lot No. 103; tho H Ulllo Hose lode, lot No. 90; the ClovIand lodo. lot No. 105; and tho n Vosta lode, lot No. 01, nnd tho dor- H man lode lot No. 95: bulng so ijotilg- M nated In tho odlclnl plat. The total aron of tlie UattJo Ax HH lodo Ib 20 CCl Hcros. M I.oh area in conflict with: Lob No. 168, nighth or. January lodo (am). , , H Lot No. 75, Poor Man lode. Lot No. 99, Mountain Oem lode Ijit No. 47 A, California lodo. Ut No. 70, Antelope lodo. Iot No. 70, Oroy Itoclc nnd Rmerald Coneolldated lode. JP Survey No. 4US2. Oenertil Sherman Net area of llattlo Ax lode, 10 210 BM Maid claim Is locatod In unsubdl- vlded township R south, ranee 4 west. pj I direct that this notice be published BK In the Mercur Minor, nt Mercur Too- olo county. Utah, for n poriod ot nlno coneocutlve weoks. HH IJHANK D. HOnilS. H Itcgleter. First publlcntton. Aug. 1. 1000. Uat publication. Sept. 20. 190G. '