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2 THE DAILY STANDARD QGDET TTTAH WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 1910V
Burnt Child
r Dreads Fire
Before You 4 re SICK or UR
I Protect Your Income
7 CENTS A DAY
I Keeps Your Saving Safe
C Pay Doctor Dill
Eiu Your Mind
The greatest Health and Accident
Insurance Company in the World
is THE
Continental Casualty Company
H G 0 Akuwkr Pradeat CHICAGO
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EVERY TIME THE CLOCK
TICKS Every Working Hour
IT PAYS
F A Dime to Somebody Some
where who is SICK or HURT
More Than 1000000 a Year Aik
MR WALTER EICHEY
2438 Washington Avenue
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I Begin Now
I If you have never used a
i BELL TELEPHONE in
t r your office or homo have
one or more installed
1 youll soon wonder how
1 I you did without it The
time you save the results
I you obtain will more than
pay the small cost
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REASONABLE RATES I
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IS SATIS
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health by following
I L1 the I SANITARIUM
I DIET SYSTEM which em
braces fruits grains nuts veg
etables and pure dairy pro
duct excluding all rich greasy
and unnatural dishes We have
as follows
16 lb can Vegetable
Cooking Oil 110
ICnn Nut Loaf 25
lCnn Nut Soro 25
lCan Baked Beans 15
ICnn Nut Butter 15
IPkg Graham Crack
ers 10
IPkg Cereal Blend for
Coffee 109
LPkg Granola Ready
to Serve 104p
IPkg Crystal Wheat lO
LARNED GROCERY CO
2300 Grant Ave
Bell 647Y Ind 405
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I Our store number is 2453
Washington Ave Our Tel
ephone number is 38
Our delivery system is I
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Our Drugs are the best
quality money can buy It
I is to your interest not to for
get us when you want a
pre
scription filled
E VM DRIVER SON
DRUG co
2453 Washington Ave
Ogdens Best Drug Store
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READ THE CLASS ADS TODAY
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HORSE AND GATJl
SHOW fOR fAIR WfEK
HW Dunn Who Has Charge of the Live Stock Department of the
FourState Fair Says It Will Be a Hummer 400 Stalls to
Accommodate Horses and CattleFancy Drivers and
Riders to Make a Special Exhibition
Tho horse and cattle department of
tho FourState Fair is under the man
agement of Herbert W Dunn The lat
ter said to a roporter that he is going
to have the classiest exhibition of
horses ever seen at cither tho Stale
Fair of Utah or tho Four State Fair
For the flrwt time in tne history of the
Four Stalo Fair big cash premiums
are offered for each of the various
breeds For fouryearold of all
classes thero is offered 2000 for
the first prize ana 1000 for the
second prize Three yoarod 1500 for
the first prize and 900 for tho second
For the twoyearold tOO for the
first and 700 for thcsccond For the
oneyearold 10 00 for the first prize
and 500 for the necond prize rho
same premiums arc offered for the
same ages of both males and females
for each of tho breeds and classes
In addition to tlxalthe Percheron Soj
clcty of America offers silver and I
gold medals In addition to extra cash
prizes to be paid by them for tho per
cheron breed only Tho Percheron
Registry company offers In addition to
tho FourState Fair cash prizes and
PCt horon Society of America cash
prizes gold and silver medals I
The premiums for tho cattle and
horses for the first time at the Four t
I State Fair average well with the stale I
fairs throughout tho nation Mr
Dunn is very anxious that tho owners
of pure bred horses and cattle shall I
Invite competition lie floes not want
one animal to compete alone for the
flrot prize but he wants each breed
er to encourage others to be present
Tho FourState Fair has adopted the
rule of the InterState Fair Denver
SEEKING LOST
HUR IN OGOHJ
Who has seen William Ernest
Davis i
The chief of police received a letter
yesterday from Mrs William Flynn
of Grand Forks N D asking for In
formation regarding the man men
tioned on account of some property
which Is now In probate and to
which Davis Is one of the heirs
The letter stated that Davis had
been In Ogden about tho first ot
June and had sent post cards from
this city and Salt Lake He is stat
ed to have made a business of taking
small railroad and ditching contracts I
Anyone having Information regard
ing the whereabouts of Davis will
confer a favor on Chief of Police
Browning by complying with the
above request
AUCTION OF PURE BRED SHEEP
The International Sheep Show con
ducted in connection with the Four
State fair at Ogden Utah Septem I
ber 23rd to 20th this year will be I
the greatest exhibit of Its kind ever
held A big auction of thoroughbred
sheep will take place and It Is al
ready stated that upward of 10000
thoroughbred rams will be sold
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SUCCESSFUL i I
AUTO HiP I
Dr and Mrs Carl Snodgrass with i
Mrs W H Moberly as their guest
orrivcd In Ogden yesterday at 5 p
ui ending an automobile trip full of
pleasure for themselves and of Inter
est for tho fans of tho auto world
A run from Muncie Ind to Ogden
covering a distance of over 2700
miles Is not attempted by an ama
teur In pursuit of pleasure every day
In the week And If such a trip is >
undertaken It Is seldon that the
chauffeur reaches his destination
without having suffered any discom
fort or inconvenience and without
having the car In the guragc for re
pairs a great part of the tlmo
Dr Snodgrass and his party how
over made this astonishing run h
comethlng less than 10 days actual
driving and came through without
having his carIn the hospital once
There wore Indescribable roads to hi
covered and numerous obstacles to
be overcome but the partyand their
sturdy Interstate were able to con
tinue their Journey with little or no
delay
The run started at Muncie two
weeks ago today at noon the first leg
being a trip to Columbus 0 where a
visit was paid relatives Tho return
trip brought them to their first west
ward run Des Moines Council Bluffs
Iowa and Omaha Neb were passed
with little trouble but at Gothen
burg > eb tho party was forced by
the terrible hot winds to rest for a
day and 11 half The thermometer at
this point registered 109 and tho rest
In the cool of tho hotel there was In
deed welcome
The route of tho Union Pacific was
closely followed through Nebraska
end Wyoming until the Sherman hill
country west of Cheyenne wa
cached This range of hills rising
over 8000 feet above the sea level
In as rugged a nlass as Is ever seen
in tho Rockies forced the touring
party to deviate their course slight
ly to the south covering the oM
trail there close to the Union Pacific
monument
A driving rain bothered the party
almost through tho whole state ot
Wyoming nnd atLaramlo and in the
Hitter Creek country cloudbursts wor
encountered The obstacles and dif
ficulties In tho path wore numerous
at this point and the party experi
enced some delay but managed to
keep on the way with little discom
fort
The Interstate 10 which was used
Is of tho now torpedo typo and the
doctor is quite enthusiastic over the
0
Colo which provides that If only one
horse appears for a certain premium
with no competition that only one
fourth of the cash will be paid It
only two appear 50 per cent of the
cash prize will he paid If there are
three exhibitions 75 per cent of the
cash prize vIi bo paid If thero are
four exhibits 100 pOI cent of tho cash
prize will be paid Mr Dunn IB very
anxious that the breeders shall en
courage each othor to exhibit and the
cash premiums hare purposely been
no arranged that exhibitors will not
discourage others from exhibiting but
in order to get the full cash premium
will encourage and aid others in ex
hibiting In order that me full amount
of premiums maybe paid
It makes no show fur one horse to
appear without competition Mr
Dunn feels KO encouraged from the
information he has up to date for his
departments that he asserts without
fear of conredicllon that the Four
State Fllr will pull off the bIggest
live stock show ever seen in the West
All persons having pure bred stock
are Invited to correspond with H W
Dunn care of the FourState Fair
Ogden Utah
A special oxhlht of fancy driving
horses wil1 take p1no by both ladies
and gentlemen Ladles and gentle
mens paltnl r ding horses also will
be an ililllon
Mr Dmn Insists tat the raco
hordes hll he Haced In the far end
of fhp r Mr Orninds nnd bat the pure
blor ed sck shall be pliced In the
Flails cr > c in end directly in the
firs ptiU 11nh clpfe to the
main eplrirp Te best Is not too
good for blooded stock
r IA
I showing mdc by the car His ma
I ciiJne is the first one of this typo lO
b r seen In Ogden and its appearance
at the end of this trying run would
indicate that It has considerable
I value as a roadster and touring car
NOTICE
Bids Will bo received to be opened
August 20tb 1910 at 2 oclock p m
at the office of the undersigned
Poard Of Trade building Stilt Lake
I City Utah for the furnishing of SOO
000 pounds first quality oats and 800
r touc straight timothy hay delivery to
be made at regular Intervals d irlnt
I period ol one year from award of con
tract In submitting bids on above
Material state price f o b Salt Lake
I City giving full particulars as to i
quality of materials to bo furnished
I
Time undersigned reserves the right tp
reject any or all bids
P J MORAN
Box 7S3 Salt Lake City Utah
I ATQA BOTR
lAm TO REST
I
t The funeral of Antona Borger the
Wile daughter of Mr and Mrs John
I Borger wqs held at 2 oclock yester
day afternoon at the First Ward
I lucotlug nousc Bishop Ensign oil
elating
I The ward choir furnished special
music Including Nearer My God to
I Thee J Need Thee Every Hour
and Oh My Father A solo Rock
of Ages was sung by Rudolph Jam
Tho speakers were J W F Vol
her Patriarch George W Larklu and
HI hop Ensign each of whom spoko
words of sympathy for the bereaved
parents over the loss of thoir little
oneTho
The funeral was attended by many
of the relatives and friends of the
family Interment was In Ogden
City cemetery
NOTICE
Excursion to Hermitage August
1th by Sego Lily circle No 174 W
0 W Tickets furnished to members
Meet 2 p m I 0 0 F hall Bring
lunch
ANNA lHHRLAND
DIES Of CANCER
Mrs Anna Chrlstlnia Zotterlund
I aged 00 wife of John E Zetterlund
I died at 7 oclock last evening of can
cer and dropsy after an illness of one
I month
The deceased was born In Sweden
I Jan 2 1800 After their marriage
Mr and Mrs Zetterlund Joined tho
Latter Day Saints and emigrated to
America settling in Utah where
they remained ever since
PUBLICSCHOOL CHILDREN
TO STUDY FARMING
New York August 3A now study
that of farming has been formally
added to the public school curriculum
In Now York City and the hoard of
estimate has granted a generous an
proprlatlon for the preparatory work
I 9Jided lafIuJd1
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Get the
Original ad Genuine
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MAlrr j MOL i
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TheFood Drinldor All Ages
RICH MILK MALT GRAIN EXTRACT IH POWDER
Not in any MUk Trust
Insist on HORLICTCS
Take o package homo
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in Rotting tho Jllllo farms read 1
Farm Implements seed and other
things will be purchased for planting
tho spring crops and the children of
tbo EaRL Side and other congested
parts of the city1 jylH be taught to
differentiate rutabaga trom flax and
to Know bonns lnthcpod when they
sco them
Farming by tenombnt house chil
dren ban boon trldd successfully by
several 6f tho cltys charlUible organ
izaliqns biitiu1s Is tho first limo it
ha rofelve formal recognition from
the board of education
NOTICE VETERAN FIREMEN
Annual Outing of the Veteran Fire
men of Ogden and Volunteers of Five
Points Thursday Aug 4th at the
Hermitage Everybody invited I
FUNERAL Will BE
HELD TOMORROW
fho funeral services over the body
of Mrs Alice Marshall Maycock the
wife of John Maycock and the daugh
ter of the late John Marshall of
Ple9sant View who succumbed after
an illness of threo weeks duration
from a complcalfon of diseases will
be held tomorrow at 2 oclock at the
Pleasant View meeting house The
body will lie in state at the residence
in Pleasant View from 10 until 1 on
the day of the funeral The inter
ment will be in the North Ogden cem
etery
The deceased Is survived by her
husband John Maycock her mother
and two young sons j also the follow
Ing brothers annVsIsters Joseph Mar
shall of Logan William Marshall of
American Fork I Mrs James May
cock Mrs J F JJauschor of Ogden
E J Marshall and Mrs Hamlet Ber
ititt who rcsldsat North Ogden
LETTER LIST
LIst of letters remaining in tho
poslofflco at Ogden Utah Aug 2
which if not called lor in two weeks
will be sent to the dead letter olllco
GENTLEMENS LIST
Avramopolon Aka G
Tom Asanuma T
Ash A A Bryan Wm
Bockelmau AV A Conners Franlc
Carl Willis Carson P A
Carroll John Compton Jim
Cnufiield G B Dlckoy H J
Eva W J Evans John Jr
Hotelier FM Galloway Jess
Covet Charley i Hopkins Philip
Hanson Frank Kofrnastor F J
Hill E liugglns David
Tanobsom J T Knapp Harry
Largton S A Lum Wm A
Lamar PE n Sillier C A
MJllspaugh A W vMcCornlck J P
Maccrech David R McCrcory C R
McMurroughBvP Nomura F A
Ollnghouse Moso Peterson C A
Purdue C rf Russell W 0
Ross Frank II Fatten Wallle
Pierce Earl Smith Samuel W
Seaman W L r Swasey R D
i Slblovr Paul Sweeney John
Short Joe Sienreven G
Smith F C J Strauss Frank
Smpson Dell Wilson Geo Edw
Vallaqo N J Wilson Laron A
Wrlght J C I Greekman
Lcadlug Curio f Dealer
Avrainopluloff Rlkoy Mr and
Tom Mrs Burtaa
MacFarlane Geo Icyorhoffor
Western Coil Henry C
Agency I
LADIES LIST
Arweaway Miss Aung Mrs M F
Espanlto Brown Edna
Antoinette Mlsa Bairn Mrs C C
Bln Mrs D Polsen Mrs E N
Carruthv Mls5N61lCottam Miss
Lolan Mlfis t c Emma
Besslo Graham Miss
Enl elke Mrs r Dorothy
Minnie Jordan Miss May
Johnson Miss Johnson Miss
May i no Miers Mrs H I
Xcyerhoffcr Mrs Martin Mrs F M
HO Mansker Mrs J L
Owens Miss Payne Mrs C II
Florence Rauney Mrs P E
Stagg Miss Kate Shelley Miss Mor
Sanford Miss lind
Ruth Wilson Hazel
Walker Mrc RT Walker Mrs R T
Astellc Miss Bowmen Mrs
Pansy Walter
Chapman Mrs Justus Mrs
E M W Shornan Miss
Wagner Mildred
Josephine
L W SHURTLIFF P M
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A B C8WNDL
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Police Arrest Man Who Made Dupes
of Many Produce Farmers
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Salt Lake Aug2In the arrest of
H H HendrlckKon alias C M Woods
who was taken into custody by Mot
orcycle Patrolman Dan Grundvig
I shortly before 7 oclock Tuesday
night charged with falsely represent
Ing himself as partner of John Hol
Icy a wellknown local commission
man time police believe that thoy
have the 13 S Bismaii for whom the
government authorities are looking
for using the U S malls to defraud
farmers of tills and neighboring
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stiles
B S Blsmnn as the head of the I
which I
Blsman Produce company
was supposed to be located at 1025 I
South Slate street last spring de
frauded the farmers of this and neigh
boring states out of about 8000 by
means of tho United States mails
He did this by mailing orders for
eggs butter and poultry which he Is
supposed to have received and dispos
ed of and then skipped out without
paying his bills when the officials be
gun togot wise His actions caus
ed somewhat of a sensation In tho
I city at tho time but nothing ban been
hoard of him since until the arrest of
Hen riclson Tuesday night furnish
ed somethlntc of a oluc
Mr Holley recently learned through
a rmISS1IpmQnt of eggs consigned to
Jhe firm Holley Wood 1321 EaSt
Third South srroet that Henrinck
5fon or Wood was representing him
selfas Holleys partner The address
of the firm which Is a vacant lot Is
outside of tho delivery limits of the
O ± pIess company halt instead of tho
eggs bolnr retained at the express of
flee according Id Hondrick ons plans I
they wore sent to the John Holloy
Producn company They were sent
by J L Snow of Provo bench with
whom Mr Holley docs considerable
I dealing
Caught When Receiving Check I
Upon lie receipt of the eggs Mr
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Worked by short
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W HOW TO GET THE E GGBSATrlE FPEB I j
I Jr If you are not a regular reader of The Standard scud 2 25 to this office for the
I j paper for three months and you will receive an automatic eggbeater free 1
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i If you are already a subscriber of The Stordard pay up your back subscription to J
date and pay three months in advance and receive a Hamilton EggBeater FREE
S Dont put it off subscribe now before all the eggbeaters are gone j
r 225 PAYS FOR THE STANDARD 3 MONTHS AID YOU RECEIVE THE EGG I
M BEATER ABSOLUTELY FREE
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Eg OR YOU OAN PAY 75c FOR THE EGGBEATER AND STGH A conTRAOT TO 1
Egfe PAY 75c FOR THE EVENING STANDARD EACH MONTH FOR 5 MONTHS AND d
fe THEN THE 75c PAID FOR THE LGGBEATER WILL PAY YOUR SIXTH MONTHS m
SUBSCRIPTION CALL AND SEE IT TO Si 3 IT IS TO WANT IT
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Holloy discovered that Hendrickson
was using his name and Immediately
act out to Investigate the matter Go
ing to the express office Mr Holley
learned that Hondrlckson through the
name firm name was supplyng Nel
son Ricks another Salt Lake pro
duce company with eggs Ho also
learned that Hendrlckson or Wood
was not delivering his goods person
ally but upon finding a customer for
them would send an express nan to
tho express companys office with In
structions as to where to tko them
Having thus disposed of his goods
he would telephone to his customer to
find out when tho check would be
ready and having ascertained this
would send 0 messenger boy for the
check
Upon learning that Nelson Ricks
wore dealing with Hondrlckson Mr
Holley notified Chief of Police Sam
uel M Barlow and when ho discovered
I
ered that a messenger boy was going
to Nelson Hicks Tuesday afternoon I
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about C oclock ho arranged with
Chief Dnrlow to have an officer fol
low the messenger boy and catch lion
drlckson Patrolman Grundvig was
put on the case and following the
messenger boy to a point on South
State street caught Hendtcl Ron when
the chock was delivered to him and
placed him under arrest
BlGmans Name Occurs
When taken to tho police station
Hcndrlckson admitted that he had
made three crooked deals but assort
ed that these were all However in
his possession was found a notebook I
which In several places contained tho
AutOlnatic J
Egg DOBtor Ii
IL THIS OFFER OF THE
i STANDARD WILL APPEAL i
t ESPECIALLY TO WOMEN
This new stylo Hamilton Spiral Spring i
Egg Beater Cream Whip and Mayonnaise
Mixer is the latest and most useful kitchen H
utensil on the mdrket Ji
It is operated with only One hand by n
short up and downstroke of the handle and 11
Js practioally autoirtic There are no J
wheels or cranks or cogs to l ret out of order bH
but everything is perfectly simple and sim H
ply perfect It will beat eggs whip cream
or mix mayonnaise dressing much better 1
than ihe oldstyle egg beater and in one h
half the time It will do everything nil
other bears and mixers will do and a whole 2J
lot they will not do
name of B S Blsman dealer In eggs
butter and poultry and Tho Blsmnn I
Produce company This leads the
police to the theory that Hendriccson
Is the B S Blsman whom the federal I
authorities want for using the United I
States malls for fraudulent practices
last sprint Po < 5tcflice Inspector Nel
son wll be notified of the matter to I
day and an Investigation will bo had
Employed Queer Methods
Hendricksons plan so far as the
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police wore able to learn Tuesday
night was to bargain for the pur I
I chase of eggs at a figure much high
er than tho dealers ordinarily pay
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and then sell thorn at a lower figure
or course lie collected the money
when the sales were made but wheth
er or not bo paid producers Is a mat
ter of conjecture He Is said to have
contracted for eggs from the Maple
ton Cooperative Mercantle company
at Mapleton for 7 60 a case and sold
them In this city for 025 a ease
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WILDFLOWER CARBONATE
DUTCH CANYON ORE
Park City Aug 2 William White
hall has on display in local offices
several specimens of goodlooking car
bonate ore which ho brought down
Sunday from the Wildflower claims in
Dutch Canyon The find was made
following the resumption of work last
week and local prospectors are of tho
opinion that tho find will develop into
one of some Importance Assays on
tho ore have not yet been made hut
show according to experts the pros
c nr 1 11 n
Joe Julian Chineao restaurant keep
er was fined 10 in Justice II H
Waters court yesterday afternoon ror
giving liquor to n miner Frank Carv
geeg saloon man also pleaded pull y
yesterday afternoon to selling liquor
to a minor who had misrepresented
his age and sentence Will bo paws don i
on him Wednesday Other salf
men are to he prosecuted for Ue
same offense the ofllcors having boon
cilli ont since the nasalng ot the n
ordinance In rounding up such vlolat i
grs of the law >
The funeral of Joseph D McMllHn
the 1monthold son of Mr and 7Hr
J D McMillan was hold from tve t
Catholic church at 330 oclock tliS 1
afternoon the Rev Father Galllfm
officiating TIme child died early Mon
day morning from congestion of the 1
bowels j
POLICE FORCE GOES i
OUT ON A STRIKE
UackcJiBack N J Aug 3The en
tire police force of the town of Gilt
tonburg with the exception of the
ohlof has gone out on n strike The
men object to doing duty on Sunday I
unless they arc granted some other
day of the week off as compensation
Tho force consists of eight men
Mayor Ripper is not Inclined to ac
cede to their demand which he says
should be prosnntod In the routine
manner and put before the town coun
cil for action He haa issued notice
that if the strikers do not report for
duty at once ho will suspend them
and him strikebreakers to patrol tho
town
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Stockholders i
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4 The resent sale of stock in the Lucky Man Mine has produced
sufficient means to send the work forward Those who aro just from
the district in which this mine is located arc filled with enthusiasm
over the prospcds Some miners wbo have bncn on the property
lately arc very desirous of going to work on tho Lucky Man Mine and
arc willing to take stock for their wages not only are these men
willing but eager to do this knowing the property as they do
There is hardly a shadow of doubt that tho mine will be among
the big shippers by the first of December some of the experts who
have seen the property recently and who know what the proposed
work consists of say that very profitable shipments will begin before
that time
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Farrell the manager will be in Ogden for a few more days and
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will then go to supervise the work of sinking the main shaft into Ui i
ore bodyowners of stock may be justified in looking for rapid in
crease in value just as soon as the proposed work is completed
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Mining
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Address2265 Lincoln Avenue
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