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WHEN YOU CONSIDER
the SECURITY of any institution, you should com
pare the assets to the risk being carried. So in a
Life Insurance Company’s statement, after you read
the figures of assets, look for the figures of amount
of insurance protected by such assets, then find the
proportion of assets for security and working capital
back of each siooo insurance in force.
THE PROVIDENT LIFE & TRUST CO.,
OF PHILADELPHIA,
By their sworn statement for 1905, have assets
$55,464,790.68, with outstanding’ insurance $167,-
486,576.00, and the proportion «»f assets hack of each
siooo insurance for security and working capital is
$431. A similar study of risk and assets of other
companies will show from $7O to *3OO for security of
each siooo insured.
ft ft
THE EXPENSE RATE : th. I ROVIIM NT I.H i- & TR! >TO>
f.,r 19,4, including taxes, only 13 6-10 per cent of the total income.
in<l *. . h-alk-uge nunparwii im the matter of KCONOMY Noconipany
is managed with a more scrupulous avo»<l*nce of expenditure.
THE MORTALITY 1 ws* »”
53 4.10 per rent, of th.it expected In the Combined 1 :x|xrriei»ce Table of
Mortalitv . Since orv-*niaiti>*n the mortality *4 the PROVIDIyNT lias
U*rn only 61 7-10 per cent, of the expected death I*-**. a very remarkable
shoeing, ami LOWER THAN THAT OF ANY OTHER COMPANY

THE INTEREST EARNING Urn company for 1904 via* f.' 5N7,-
038.00, while the disbnr* eiucnt for death claims was ft .372,734 <«>. and
disbursement for actual exjienaes of management w.i>. $1,116,079.00,- l«otli
these item* of disbursement* lieing coverts! by the interest receipt* alone,
other coiiipnnn-s max -how interest receipt-|o cover either death ions
alone, or managetnent expense* alone, but so mm n iomiany has
t.XTKKI >T EARNINGS M I FK I ENT TO L'OVKR COMBI S KI» UK ATH LOSS AMI
KXFKNSUC IT KM 8.
ft jg ft
IN EVERYTHING WHICH CONTRIBUTES
TO THE PERFECT SECURITY ANI) LOW
COST OF INSURANCE THIS COMPANY
STANDS UNSURPASSED. ITS PREMIUMS
FOR ENDOWMENTS AM) LIMITED PAY
MENT LIFE CONTRACTS AVERAGE TEN
PER CENT LESS THAN REQUIRED BY
OTHER COMPANIES.
ft & ft
REPRESENTED BY
THE SIDNEY MORITZ
AGENCY CO.
OFFICE Hanchett BlocK.
IDAHO SPRINGS. COLORADO.
The Laundryman Says
James & Foster
use more clean towels
than all of the bar
ber shops in the city
a clean towel for
every customer.
The Inference is Plain
Geo. 1! Cnrnuw, the expressman,
telephone So. Black 633.
Ice delivered daily. G. H. Curnow.
phone Black 633.
Hauling and express. Curnow, the ice
man, phone Rlack 633
If you want .n expiesatnan, call phone
Rlack 633.
How to Ward Off Old Age.
The mo*t successful way of warding
off the approach of old age is to main
tain a vigorous digestion. This can
be done by earing only food suited to
your age and occupation, and when
any disorder of the stomach appears
take a does of Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets to correct it. If you
have a weak stomach or are troubled
with indigestion, you will find these
Tablets to be Just what you need. For
sale by J. J. Sherwln.
THE DOLLAR THAT IS SPENT
Is a lost friend—gone forever.
THE DOLLAR THAT IS SAVED
is a working partner—never sleeps
—always adding to your store. You
will be surprised the way your ac
count will grow when once started.
The First National Bank
Stockholders' Meeting
| Public Notice 1 * hereby given tb t
the annual meeting of the Stockholder*
;of the Little I.iliir Mines Company <f
Colorado will lie h d at the office of
the Company *t Lawson. Clear Creek
county, Colorado at 4 o'clock p. n
j u.*- ay for the purpose of circling a
i oard of Directors, and for the purpose
* fConsidering and adopting a prnp<Kied
amendment to the Article* of Incorpor
at ion, primming and authorising th«
» B.iard of Directors of the company to
j hold meetings in the City of Chicago, in
; the State of Illinois, for the transacting
, of the 1-usints* of the com;>any, and for
j the purpose of considering and adopt
1 11 g a proposed amendment to the Art
icle* of Incorporation, permitting an i
authorizing the change of location of
the main office of the company from
j Lawson, Clear Creek county, Colorado,
j <>» Central City, Gilptu County Colorado,
an«i for the transaction of such other
business as may l*e brought before the
meeting. The l*oukx of the company
j for the transfer of stock will he closed
from June 15th. 1905 to June sand, 1905,
both inciu.*ive.
J l 7 Garner, Secretary.
Dated this 34th day of May, A D.
1905-
DENTISTRY.
Dr W. T. Cain, over Merchants and
Miners* Bank. Successor to Dr. Quick.
Card of Thanks.
We take this method of thanking our
friends and acquaintances for their
kindness and sympathy shown us dur
ing our late bereavtnent.
Christina Anderson
And children.
SHORT SIFTINGS.
Dr. Ida Ellis Bush, the osteopath.
R S Woolley was a visitor to the me
tropohs ibis week
Everything in the season. Garden;; £
tools now. Lowell Hd'w. Co
Garden Hose 10c and up per fo* :
Garden tools of ail kinds. Lowell Hd 'w
Co.
K. M. Moscnpt returned this morn;; z
from * two weeks trip to bis ranch :n
Kansas.
Garden Ho*e mc and up per fo •
Gardening tools of «il kind*. Low 1: l
Hd'w Co.
Mr*. M. B. I'rkuhart departed Thurs
day for a month's visit with relatives
Oklahoma.
For Fire and Life Insurance inquire of
John T. Mailalieu. k«»m 12 M. and NL
Bar;k Building.
H. O Walker went to Georgetown
Wednesday, to spend sever*! days
ranging business affair*
Marion Cook ] c ft W cinesday aftern< * n
for Denver, where he wifi vi»u with
different tribe* of Indiana.
Mrs John Morris, nee Goldye Starr
Cripple Creek, is visiting wi»h frie;
and relative* in this city this week.
Garden II -*r 1 >c an*i up per to :
Gardening tool* of all kinds.
Loweu. Hd'w Cc
Mr*. John Nelson, of Silver Cfe k
visited with her parents, Mr. »r, •!
Mrs Lou. Baehr, tiic fore part of
week.
A special rate to dislocated hip e*-e*
until the N .tional Osteopathic coni'
ti«»n in I>«-nver. Dr I Fl.lt* Bush, r
Colorado street.
Kate Filteau and daughter, a".er
a year * residence tn Ifenver, have -
tun ed to th 1* c.ty, and occupy their
M1 er street borne
Mr* Gustuf. clairvoyant. Can
consulted or. (heaffa r* of life. Cir»
Wednesday* n I Inlay*. Bee e-
If /tel. Terrace 3*
F* FI Hintul »woer of the I,ar
tine, and intt rested in the Old T« *n
and other properties in this district,
turned to hi* home in New Y rk C
Tuesday of thi- week.
- - c
Sheriff Andrew Sandberg vestsr si 1
t alk William Davis, who wa* COURK led j >
of grand larceny in the district c art
this w* ek to the penetenttarv to servr an
eighteen-mouths sentence.
A ten-cent tea will be given at ’he ,
home of Mrs. lien. T. Owen, next TL ir* ,
* day, June t*t . in the aftermw**
evening, by the Unity club. The pro
ceed* will I* donate. 1 to the h -rary.
Messrs. Huh and F.nlron, of the
White House saloon, are thi* week e*
! cavating for a 1;* iH cellar u; 1. eatb
their building, to fa u*ed as a- .rage
room f< r liquors. The rock and gravel
removed indicates high value* :n gold
and the proprietors are of the la lief that
thi* wLI pay for the cost of new 1 prov
ments.
Mis* Grace Peck, acorn pa: el by
Miss Stella Stevens, left this morn
ing for Hayden. Routt countv where
they will spend the summer nt the for-!
tiier'* home While Mis* Peck h.i- *»een j
attending sch.ol m this city *be has
l*een the guc-l of her grandp rents, !
Mr and Mr* John Dory.
Curley Wall, who has not taken a ride
on a railway train for over twe.ve tear* ,
entered the c« ntest for a free r-ra’nd
trip ticket to Denver on Decoration da*.
Had the popular expressman c*: cased <
bis intention to break his own record,;
the chances are that the people of Llaho ,
Spr ngs would have left him without a
j competitor in the race for railroad favors
Mr and Mrs. S. D. Shaffer, who have
resided in this city for many year*, have
signified their intention of removing to;
Denver and establishing a borne with
their son. FUrl, who has a valuable
medical practice in that city. A large
number of friends of this most es •.rouble
couple regret their departure, an i at the
-ame time wish them health and happi
ness in their new home.
Calvary church Guild met with Mr*. I
D. Ellis on Wednesday afternoon with a
good attendance. The afternoon waa de
t voted entirely to business; as the ladies
have been working hard it was thought
best to take a summer vacation. The
treasurer’s report was read and on
motion was accepted. Mrs. Page was
elected second vice president. After all
business was disposed of a motion was
carried to adjourn until the first W ednee
dav in September. A kindly invitation
to meet with her at that time was ac
cepted.
Death of Minister's Wife.
Tbe Rev. Carl Mattson's wife died lost '
Thursday May 25, at 10 a. m. She boa *
been seriously sick ia bed for (oar !
moatba. Rev. Mattaoa came here from
New York oa a doctor’s advice, presoai- 1
ing that a change of climate would bfiag 1
his wife back to health. Tbe deewt* 1
waa only it yean of age. The foaatal
services will be held ia tbe Swedish Mi*
don church oa Colorado street, Soadey 1
May *B, at » o'clock p. m. The Ree. C. I
A. Anderson from Denver will cowdaet <
tbe service*. The remains will he i>- :
terred ia the Springs ceaMlary. i
New
Walk-over
Oxfords
AM)
New Style
Ladies’
Gibson Tie
Oxford
In Tan. Vici Kid,
Iliac k \'ici Kid,
and Patent Vici
Kid, at
$2.50 E? $3
Best Values
Latest 7 hing Out
Come end See Them
E. P.
SWANSON
The Shoeman,
I'sc* the Phone, Red 68i.
Idaho Springs, Colo.
Sale of a Tunnel Group.
A mining vale was eonsumatrd in this
city on Thursday of thi* wrrk when tbe
Big Clave group of fen claim* and a tun
nel »i'e, heated two miles up Full river,
were sold to F. G. Watrou* and W.
L. Herring, of Rooton fur a constriera
lion of fs uo». Tbe purchasers together
with Ka-'crn capitalists will incorporate
tbe Terre Haute Mining and Milling
company next week, wilh a capitalis
ation of $500,010, to takr over the prop
erty. Tue claim* will fie opened at
depth by means of the Hig Clave tunnel,
near the portal of which it is the in
tention to erect a mid f-»r the treatment
of the ores. The veins expiosed on the
surfaceJ>y shafts and open cut* show
fair average value* which will ucques
tionabiy incrr«*e with depth ard where
enconntered by the tunnel may reaaon
ably l>e expeCteti to carry higher values.
TEe White Mar vein, opened in sev
« ral place*, is four feet in width, and the
vein matter a»sa>» from $4 50 to sl6 per
t->n priucipall* g< l«i. In mining by the
tunnel rmtt.od.ore tunning as low as $’
jier ton. if mil'ed at the tn uth of the tun
nel without handling, may yield a profit
Hen J. Martelou, of this city, who made
the sale, isill he the locul manager of the
pi operty.
Special display of infants wearing
apparel in our window this week.
Hats and bonnets from 15c to $1.25.
Reuben knit wais*« from joc. to 45c.,
Fine woolen vests from *SO. to 50c.
A few pairs of soft soled shoes at closing
out prices. Brcsh & Finlavson.
1435 Miner St.
Stockholders Meeting
Tm annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Blue Rib!»on Mining, Milling &
Investment company will be held at tbe
office of the company in Idaho Springs,
county of Clear Creek. State of Colo
rado, on Tuesday, the 6th day of June
1905. at 12 o'clock M., for ihe purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year,
and such other business as m*y come be
fore the meeting
The Blue R1 hbon Mining, Milling
a Investment Company,
by C. P. R inker. Secretary.
Don't forget that we are ’closing ont
the bat and shoe stocks regardless of
price. Gentlemen, now ia the time to
by a good hat cheap.
Brash & Finlayson,
1435 Miner St
Summer Vacation Rates.
Via Union Pacific to Lewis & Clark
Exposition at Portland.
To Tacoma, Seattle, Bellingham and
Vancouver, $40.00 for round trip, May 34
to September 30, and on certain dates
$51.00 to Portland and return, one way
through California. Stopovers anywhere.
Ticket limited to 90 days bat not later
than November 30. Descriptive liters,
tare and fall information upon applica
tion. J. C. Ferguson, Gcnl. Agt.,
94* 17th St., Dearer, Colo.
The skilled osteopath treats his patients
without pain. This ia true area in acute
articular rheumatism, ia which relief is
often given by the first trsstmeut. If
you hove rheumatism see Dr. I. Ellis
Bush, 1617 Colorado street.
I SAY
Have you tried any of our bread, pies
cakes, cookies or doughnuts. They’re
fine and dandy. Fresh every day.
SPECIAL ORDERS OUR LONG SUIT
Our Grocery Stock is Complete
We take orders for cast flowers
EDWARDS BROS.
Vacation Rates East
Chicago. St. Louis, St. Paul, Memphis,
Kansas City, St. Joseph, and many
other Eastern points.
One fare plus oo for round
,r 'P’ 2 /' 29, J une 3's
-10, 12, 13. julv 1 to 10.
ILBLJI Limit Oct. 31.
Santa Fe Service is Unexcelled.
Write I P. HALL, of A. T. &S. K. Ky.
1700 Lawrence St., Denver, Colo.
Phone BlacM 051
HALLBERG & ANDERSON
THE 6ROCERS
MAKE A SPECIALTY OF
BLANKE’S COFFEES
TEAS AND SPICES
BKCAt'SF. THEY ARE
THE Pl’R F:ST C LEAN
. IST AND BF:ST TO BK
HAD FOR the MONEY
ADULTERATED COFFEE IS INJURIOUS
BLANKE’S COFFEES
arc not*adulterated and owing to the large quantity we sell, are
a!wavs fresh roasted for us.
MINING APPLICATION No. 1945.
Wn*r»! Surm No iTTaT.
I V Land Office.
Dtrvtt. C- i.. Ari I” I** 4
Notirp ic hrrrf’t ftvrr ;h ,t J M Ira’atd «h<-**
|X!»!odict U Lm V»|u N M anj J •hr‘W !•'>' !
ton trtKMf pAtofSce I» Idaho Sfrlnfi Co • 'ad I
hav* made arr'**’«• '■•*> *•' a patent f«f 1 naa» »e»t
or* aach of ihr Harrison and Ac* tdrnia L.Ur« b*ar-
Ing goM * nJ » lv«r wth hurtacr pourj |!<o fan in
»i *th. situated -n C*«r«i >r Jackaon Mlmny D!*!rlct.
Celt C reek cownt\ Slit* of C.,ioe*d.. and
tn rhe rial and held !>/««* on file in ih * after, a*
follow*. Vis
HAWCsON lOOF
SlO f**t run* N •* zr w. ard fee S + T?
F. ther. t «’.5 feet V 77*30* Efr -rr. jlKOvm dufl
B*-(ißmnc at Cor. No. t whence N See. 3. Tis
ff ?iw. A*h. r. ■ hear* N * ♦4 *2 F fee
thence S 7T*2i'* I T> feci lo Cor N" -’. thence Nv*
22-0 feci m Cor N * The-re S £ IM.
i« Mo for N,- «. thence S*T-T E I' 7*. ft to C r.
No i thence N E 42* feet m C u r N«. »
'hence NS°W« l'l 14 feet to C*f No. I The
place of beginning
ACCIDENTAL LODE.
10 feet run* N *7*aY E. thence VV. feer S *!‘ E.
and feel S. «T'.«P • 'hence :*A feel N k* '*>' w >
frow dl*co\erv ahafi Beginning at cor. No I
whence Nfc 3 T *S. R T:i « wh r m. bear*
N l(PW" E. 2W*l » fee*; rh»nce S gl*». iTT * f:
to Cor No r. thence SlT*' » feer lofor N J
thence NWCB* feet tu o>r No 4 thence S
»'E !i2 S feet to Cor No V thence S MM* E !*!.*•»
«o Cor No * rhenc* N E iMm feet 'o Co* N., 7
thence N t»l*E 137 4 feei to Cor N.. •*. thence N g •
ISO feet to Cor .V» l the place of beginning.
Containing *JNI acre* eapre**lv e vepttng and ex
cluding all conflict wth *urv»-> No* Sfflfl WWv and
140t } and forwing a n..rt*on of the S w 1-4 at Sec »
TwrdS Range mW of the flth principal mertd ar.
•aid location being recorded In vol I<V pages 3*
and 12b of the Rec-ri* of Clea: Creek County. Co o
rado
Adjoining claimant* owner* of above aientloned
•urveya and Sewel and Montgomery ktde*
C. D FORD. Reg Mer
Rr*t Rub April 22 Last Pub June 24 1 Rft
Stockholders' Meeting
Notice is hereby given that tbe anon si |
meeting of the stockholders of tbe J. I.
C. Mining and Milling company, will be •
held st the office of tbe company st the
Bee bee hotel Idaho Springs, Colorado,
at i o.clock p. m. on Saturday, June 10,
1905, for the purpose of electing a board
of dir dots for the ensuing year, and fer
the transaction of all other busineaa that
may properly come before said meeting.
Chas. Peer, President
A. E. Rous, Secretary.
A Good Suggestion.
Mr. C. B. Wuiawright of Lemon
City, Florida, hue written the manu
facturers that much better results are
obtained from the nee of Chamber
Inin's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy In cases of palms in the stom
ach. cholera end cholera morbus, by
taking It In water as hot as can be
drank. That when taken tn this way
th# offset Is double in rapidity. "It
■*«n« to got at the right spot In
stantly,** ho saps. For sole by J. J.
Sherwln.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Tablets. Ail druggists refund the
money If Jt fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature is on each box. 25 c*»ntn
NOTICE OF ADJUSTMENT DAY.
Bui* -if C- J. Wij*P4R. Jtcnird.
Th* undrrxlgrci having bren 4ppoini«d *dm ni»
trair «of th* r«!«fr uf c. J W.irman. *l* .jf :h*
( otinty u# Cl*«r Creek. In ih. State arC)lorado. 3* -
vea»*d, hereby gives n.-tle» that >he will «pje«r b«
for* the Gntniy Court f *akl Clear Creek Count,,
at the Court Ho-.it* It (*e«jrge'owri. In va d court*
on Monday, the fifth day of June. A D IP.f,. at the
hogrof U4)r ■> of *al4.lav. at which tiro* ail per
* nv having claim* aga n»t *a J ratal* are notlhrJ
ard J to attend for the purpote of hitting tt e
*4»e adjusted. All t*r*ut» rdrbied 'o tail astau
a r e requested to Rake Immediate payment to the tt -
iersigned. '
Dated at Idaho Spring*. Colorado, thi* twelfth dav
of May A. D I*6.
ELLA WITkMAN.
Adtr ’r. stratr.a of th* **tat« of C. J. M'.d*n,an de
ceased
Mr*t pnb. Mai 13 law pub June 3. I*6.
MINING APPLICATION No. 1941.
nr .u../lliun r..., mr
Mineral Survey No 1,110 WL
l . S. Land Off ce.
Denver. Colo. March 2b I*6.
Nonce t* hereby given that the Bristol and C© « -
rado Gold Mlnlrg Co by M E. ittorrev
r tact, whose postofflee addrev* Is Denver. Co -
rado.has applied for a patent on Sur. No. 174K* Blot
H rd. Luckv Bov Lucky Boy No. 1. Lurky Bov No
2. Lucky Boy N„ 3 a-d Lucky Boy No. 4 lode
min ng claim* in the Ohio and Gold D n eiiiilrg
liitrlct, Clear Creek County. ;n N*c ]Tr
"• T , S ». ?T, W „l RM YSSIb. J -
a* follow*
ELITE BIRD LODI
Bernn’Hf at corner No. 1 whence th* * e cor cf
•aid sec 10 bear* * 37- 46* 15" w 2960 74 ft; thenc. r.
*7 • , h COf bo. 2 thence nM’ JP’w 13fe7.*,
*! COf 'hence *27* w 1.10.44 ft to Cof No. 4
thence * 6CF 30* * IS’,.<6 ft to beginning. 1
LVCXV BOV KO. 4 LODE
Beglnrlng et cor No 1 whence th* * * cor of sa d
jec lo bear* * «7« 4' w lf*6 3B h ; iheace n 67* e INI
IU2 <0r ® *** » 1N» ft to cor No 3.
•hence *»T® w ISO fi to cor No 4; thence * 33* e I*<»
ft to begmntr.g.
LCCKV »OV HO. | L4»DB __ ,
1 wh ** c » »N« » * cor of Mid
• flMd ft; thence w
ISO ft lo cor No 2. thence n 33° w lAOO ft to cor No J*.
£***J*W « ft to cor No 4; thence s 33* e 1Y»
n to beginning.
LOCKV SOY LODX
Beeinning at cor No 1 whence the t e corafM'd
v W ' w 4 thsnce a 67" 4
■ , . ao ' l *° No ,*; "a- • l«OhN>ccrNo:<;
-190 ft »tm No. 4; Itnc,» S3*. IMO
ft to beginning.
LI’CKV SOV ns. t LODI
"V w 24544 ft; i hence * 57* w 150
» 1500 ft to cor No »:
LDCKT BOY mo. • 100,
- ***** A«ci » 47* • 150
IWHoiof W. 4; dwa » O* « IS4O
n *** Adjotalnr
olalm Sor Nalino. SuMo, lo*.
i
rim pot Arr,ll. m Uoi rot Juwa. If*

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