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HEALTH NOTLS MRTHWEST NOTES FOR JUNE. Tracklaylng on the Caliente & Pi Investment Worthy Investigation MINKS AND MINING The Rosedati Mining company is several proiiositions look considering oehe railroad, which has been sus to the f i ection of a concentrating Ing resumed. will be pended, immediately Money pat !o tnt hnuk bring a lowore.rata of er plant fur the property in Nevada. mtereat bin Is general :y aare In a premature blast at the tunnei other luventnieoLe equally as aafa and fol of the It is announced that some strong line more nrud jctire We Data lull No. 2. thirteen miles south of Butte. toekfc " and rerotunisiid them to yoor lowing finane: enf is preparing to start trWlnc firm tout M It security notice, ueiievmg three men were instantly killed and adequate reaulu to the Investor iney cannot bs) work on the oil fields that are said to excelled. two were slightly injured. afcCormlca mower binder headers reaper exist a stance from Fillmore, and rakes. Mrs. John Crumley, a negress, liv Utah. lutema; tonal Harvesters and Hed Tag binding twine and rope. ing at l.ariiniie. Wyo last week gave C. 8. Cream Separators. Dick Colburn, who made the Red V K Myers k Bro aim Red Jacket pump birth to her eleventh child, a daughOliver & Deere Plows. mine in Goldfield, has bought the Top Ha In & Cooper Wagons. ter, she being but 34 years old. I II Co. gasoline engines for all purpose. of Secretary J. P. Kane in lltftUt I H Co. manure spreaders, different Edward G. Becker suicided at Gold- beat on eat n Deinonetrattuua made. the Red Top mine at Manhattan, and J Case threshing machines engines nl Becker, who field, taking morphine. now owns control. The u.osi complete line of light vehicles ofwas a former resident of Bingham, fered at any pom! wesi Of Chicago. That no smoking be allowed behind Utah, had been drinking and became Rulok and Knox autom 'Mies demonstrated ra. ..I exchange during the for durabil.ty. speed una hill c..D.t.uf propendespondent. sities. cus the :!!, is a rei r and the 1 be farmer rancher, The magnificent new building of tne lla our r to tom adhered iM to are invited pect by the tigiously pubile generally of stocks at Salt Lake City, Ogden and Logan Goldfield Mining stock exchange is brokers 01 Salt Lake. 1'iah. Idaho Kails and M ntpelter Idaho, and at the thirtv additional store we have located open for birsiness. The edifice is all A pros;, ctar trorn Rosebud sayt at different polnU In Ciah. Idaho, Wyoming stone, and would grace the main and Nevada. an eight-foo- t that addressed to the above point ledge of average Correspondence street of any city. nearest located to your residence or shipping! on the Seen tapped $100 or insures quirk reply point David Hatty, a wiper in the engine our general offices, at Salt Lake City will be White Ai; recently purchased closed at p. m. Saturdays from now tin AI Ochouse at Sparks, Nevada, touched a tober 1st, lne.Ll.ve, owing to the laci that by Gobs brothers of Salt Lake. hour. that nut after will receive was frolfht and live wire Saturday afternoon Prom the first of February to the Sundays and holtditysjdnrlng the harvesta. m.n a force of men are ftt work frum instantly killed, the full current passof June the Goldfield Consolidatfirst until 2 p. m. ttlllnjl orders for machine extras. ing through his body. Telephone us. Independent 110, 120 and 163. 3871 linear feet oi ed accomplished named. Beli Me, hours the during H. K Mason, one of the oldest and Watchman "ti tie piemtaes nightly. cross-cutdrifts, upraises and shafts most trusted locomotive engineers on and 61,008 cubic feet of stoping. the San Pedro road, lost his right eye There is greater mining activity in by the bursting of the lubricator on eastern end of Beaver county, ai the the engine at Caliente, Nevada. & this time, than ever before known, Harry M. Diffenbaugh, a Goldfield Leading Implement Dealers Utah and Idaho and the properties being developed mining man, has word from Washingare showing up most encouragingly. ton that his patent, a dumping device George T, Odell, Gen. Manager John Hays Hammond, the mining President to do away with topmen at shafts, is Jos. K. Smith of New York, receives a salVice President W. S. McCoitNICK engineer likely to make him a millionaire. Mei.vin 1). Wki s. Secretary and Treusurer $800,000 a year, (j hast HAMPTON, Asst. Secy, and Treasurer ary aggregating The directors of the Washington & is more money than any other which Columbia. River railway, meeting in man ever received for his personal Walla Walla, the headquarters of that FLAG PINS AND DIAMONDS services. line, formally transferred the Washto on ne article the smallest From the The department the to ington & Columbia River line most valuable one, each piece of 14th treasury 100,000 of silounces purchased same us the from week. receives Pacific last Northern goods careful attention and scrutiny as to ver for delivery at San Francisco, at Patrick Gibbons, supposed to o its perfection and quality. 67.15 cents per ounce, and also 100,nou insane, brutally assaulted Mrs. Chris "XESTABLISMID ounces for delivery at Philadelphia, Jorgensen, aged 87, at Anaconda, at 67.27. Spring Catarrh is a well deMont. A crowd of women attempted The tunnel that is cros'scutting the fined Spring disease. The to lynch Gibbons and would have sucon the property of the Old country usual symptom s are given ceeded but for the officers. in the Silver Island A Bottle of above. company Glory Wells Morton, a prominent broker 170 of Utah, has encountered an district taken in time will promptly and promoter, has been found by the MAIN ST. eighteen-foo- t streak of very rich silarrest the course of the disease Goldfield mining stock exchange to be SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. ore. lead ver and known as Spring Catarrh. insolvent. The failure was caused byBfU Worn1 1 Cft'J P.O.Box Salt The Lake Htabliehed rhone valley smelters ate Ind. short interests in Jumbo Extension to do away with effort every making and other rising securities. and are spendthe smoke nuisance, Lake J. Ross Clark of the Salt installation of the in fortunes ing Route states that trains should De are which devices new expected tc - they may bring you wealth. running into Goldfield by Sept. 1, and Protect your ideas Trade the solve and problem. Marks Designs Caveats, Patents, are being secured that rights-of-waIntormation furnished Free quickly obtained. The balance of the machinery foi through Columbia, Diamondfield and upon application. the Montgomery Shoshone mill has at other towns on the way to Tonopah. been shipped, says the Rhyolitf last While pursuing two Montana horse Much of this was promisee Herald. AT LAW AND SOLICITOR Of PATENTS ATTORNEY thieves, Sheriff Guy and a posse from 102 MERCANTILE BLOCK. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH in ninety days after the order was and Johnson county, Wyoming, shot put in, six months ago. killed one of the robbers that held up Copper in Africa. t Astajion is being cut on the a Northern Pacific passenger train at It is believed by some that the Rhyo-lite- , at the. of level Shoshone, man Welch Spur recently. The other greatest copper industry in the world Nevada, and about 150 tons oi will be developed in the Tanganyika escaped. are of ore per week are being taken from For the first time in the history of region, where the properties and may prove value, the great potential dump, loaded directly on the cars company Express the Wells-FargPaint Buy ln& in 1901 Iwars to be one of the greatest factors in and shipped to the smelters. of a made shipment Made Safe anywhere, it has carrying civilization into the heart of At the Wild Irish, in Gold Springs structural steel in carload lots by ex Africa. Much lime is required for de White Lead and Linseed Oil need press. Two carloads or iron anu sieei velopments. Because of the heavy district, the development work being no argument, no to be used in the completion of the speculation in the shares these may done goes to show that the mine is advertising to n!ri field News building was suffer much before the properties, be- about one of the biggest things in now maintain themto Goldfield by Reno come dividend earning. The from Utah. Gold in its free state is liter shipped selves as the best rat. way cannot well be com- ally plastered over some of the rock and most economic al paint yet known to The Bank of Ouray, Colo., iias pleted for five years or so. and even being mined. the Rhodesia railways extensions are man. Thedifiiculty has The Ontario group of mines, situclosed its doors. Its liabilities are now to been for the buyer to lie require a couple of years ere ated on are creditors the and fourteen $100,000 about Boyle mountain, of the sure can reach Robert the purity always they properly. of the white lead and oil. mainly small depositors. The assets Williams Is the pioneer and, in a miles west of Ketch uni, have been We have registered the are not stated, but are said not to great measure, the organizer of this sold to a company of eastern capitaltrade mark of the Dutch Boy painter equal the liabilities. The failure was vast undertaking, one of the most re- ists, which will organize a corporato be the final proof of quality, genin markable of modern times. tion to be known as the Boston-Idahprecipitated by a run on the bank uineness and purity to paint buyers about withdrew which depositors Mining company. everywhere. When this trade mark Talmage's Widow a Writer. $50,000. appears on the keg, you can be sure L. Laudie, secretary of the Electric A favorite in the literary that the contents is Pure White The train dispatchers of Sparks, circlesleading Traction company of Mercur, Utah, widow the of is Lead made by the Old Dutch Process. Washington Verdi and Reno complain that the of T. De Witt Talmage. the celebrated visited the Clipper mines near Hailey, Southern Pacific company is not obeySEND FOR BOOK Since the death Idaho, in which he is interested, reBrooklyn preacher. law in regard to of her husband Mrs. Talmage has eight-hou- r " A Talk on Paint." privee valuable informathe ing cently. He was so well pleased with tion on tho paint subject. 1 tee upon requea. operators and dispatchers passed by passed much of her time at the capi- tin appearance of the property that NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY the last legislature, and have askeu tal. She writes for magazines and he secured an option upon ail the in tchirhever of the follovh District Attorney Moran to take ac- newspapers, generally verses, but al inff cities it nearest you: outstanding stock, about 75,000 out tion against the company to enforce ways under a nom de plume. Cleveland. Buffalo. New Ynrk, Boston. of the 100,000 shares. Philathe law. incinnati. Chicago. Kt. Lnain. Co. Plttfr dolphia John T. L.'wis& A Bros. Cathode copper is exceedingly pure, Forrest's Principle. burgh KattonaJ Leu Oil Oo. Benjamin Maxfield, county commisis a brief summing up of Gen. usually about 99.93 per cent copper, Here Montana, county, Jefferson of sioner "He was a man of with hydrogen as the chief impurity, N. R. Forrest: was lulled in an automobile accident. humble birth and little education, a says the Engineering and Mining mathe Maxfield had recently bought in slaves and mules, grave, Journal. trader cathode imObjectionable it to was operate chine and learning silent, unobtrusive, but possessed of those which two are classes when it overturned, crushing him to military genius of a high order. As a purities electrical the conductivity depress was he death. leader of cavalry unequaled the metal and those make which no arhis fear. service has knew During and Ole Sheriff Mosberg Deputy brittle. acin 129 to destined take was he part rived at Buffalo, Wyo., with a prisoner and to have 27 horses shot unA mining engineer who "has Jusf ri who is said to be the. Montana train tions,him. In one terse sentence he der turned from tho Cobalt camp Is auwhose companthief robber and horse To git summed up his art of war: thority for the statement that the ion was killed recently near Sheridan thar first witli the most men.' work now going on in that district Is the while attempting to escape from the "Appeal to Arms and the Civil being carried out along scientific and r pos"se in pursuit. War." was practical lines, with the result that a Mexican, Trebenos. George Tact. Kurcki's more is being accomplished in the on a charge convicted at Ely, Nevada, General Kurckl has, by utilizing the way of developing the ore bodies than Monnehan witn of assaulting Robert tact for which he is noted, simplified ever before. intent to kill. On May 28 last he at- the receptions which are to be tender The old Dyer cupper mine, In tacked Monnehan just after the lattei ed to him in this country by sending t'intah county, Utah, which has proa of saloon, severely back to Japan the full dress uniforms had stepped out duced a great deal of copper bullion him on the left arm. of himself and staff immediately aft-- r unequalled for their delicious cutting taste. They are put up in most ot the reception of President Roosevelt. from a small smelter tha' was built Ely school bonds to the amount convenient form for ready servideclared illegal. If they had been worn it would have years ago tc treat the ore on the ng-, requiring- only a few min$35,000 have been bonds necessitated the wearing of like ap- giound, and which has since had the utes preparation. They have a that assert The lawyers by our own officers and caused miiny ups and downs, has. im the sec fine flavor and freshness which were issued under a special act of the parel much unnecessary fuss and feathers, ond will please every one. time in its history, again passed have should An Appetizing lih. Prop I tin of legislature when they which the Japanese hero heartily disInto the hands of .lam.' C. Gates of Lihby's Vienna Sausage in !)oilinfWter to the ' general issued according been likes. until heated (about H mmulel and ... ; Milwaukee. a small on on that subject. erve as taken (rem Ihe (in law of the state plate carnished with lettuce leaves. New Metric Chart. The Hlgglnson lease on the Jumbo Robert McEarland Auk ynnr .rooer for l.lbbT'a and Mr. and Mrs. A new metric chart representing Extension has In. 1. upoa cetlliic I.ii.Im '. Fran-nfe- , for opened up another Mont., have left Lewiston, Llbby, McNeill 4 Llbby, geographically measures of the inter ore. 'he assa) Wyo., but their route will be a national metric system of weight and body of 3D by a ton, sayi $6,156 as as very different one from that taken tnts high measures has been prepared by the tunning the younn bride when she left vein wai The Goldfield News. the , horse-Iof the standards bureau of department Big Horn basin on a from leet twelve first be will encountered and of and future wed her and labor, commeice meet to ride ark drift. south the shaft the la to free school furnished teaching any husband. Da?ATal?DC ' thisto pspr buy ary near the syBtem. siting The Utah Sulphur eom,'ian A heavy freight shunter and a loadng adteniiea in Cove Fort, on Pine cret k. eighteen head-obeIH columns should insist upon having met car ed passenger Long Way to Lecture. what thev ask tor. rafusing all suost, mile north of Beaver, tan, baa a tween Vancouver and Sfeveston tele-at lutes or imitation President Jordan, of Stanford uni and regu work men force at of large night, the shunter completely McCall of versify, California. Is tn Australia and lar shipments of sulphur are being scoping the lighter car. J,killed. Ten New Zealand, where he will lecture marie. These are eald to be ainoru Steveston was instantly Juliets were pariOOfaly and four Slight- before the colleges of the Antipodes 'he largest sulphur beds In the cuuu on the American university svstem. try. DEFIANCE CoM Water Starch ly Jnjuied r. 1 ' , i 1 time-honore- d stock-raise- I rail-r0a- tea-so- 1U s, Consolidated Wagon Machine Company i Pe-ru-- - laO PATENTS y Harry J. Robinson 500-foo- o Ben-guele- s Darky Servitor Most Obliging Under the Circumstances. A traveling man stopped recently at a little country hamlet some miles from a Texas city to sell a merchant a bill of goods. There was only one hotel in the place, and this had an un- He had only one savory reputation. night to stay, however, so he coneluded to make the best of a bad bar- gain. He went to his room early, and, feeling the need of some hot water to remove the stains of his journej, cast his eye about the wall for an electric button, which, of course, was conspicuous by its absence. He happened to think that he had seen a negro porter below and, sticking his head out of the door, he yelled lustily: "Hey, you black rascal, come up here!" "Yas'r, yas'r, I's comln'." was the quick response, and a moment later the old darkey appeared before the drummer, bowing obsequiously, cap in hand. "I want some hot water, and I want it quick," said the drummer. "I's pow'ful sorry, boss, pow'ful sorry," replied the negro, his voice "We ain't got no hot trembling. watah, but I kin hot yuh some." Products Libby's Vienna Sausage laSB I high-grad- e 700-mil- e t i Mktt isuudaj wot 16 ox. pk 1W- Prizes for Tanned Faces. of encouraging th pupils of the Fat uham grammar school to spend their recent holiday in th open air as much as possible, the Rev. S. Pries! lev. the head master, offered a prize to the boy who returned to school with the brownest face. On the pupils reassembling for the summer term 12 were picked out as being the most tanned, and it was announced that the judges had awarded the prize to Foster, the captain of the school. It is understood that Foster decline to divulge to the other boys the secret of his preparation, if any London Vftti the object Globe. 3l!)l) Physician Called It Eczema in Worst Form Patient Despaired of Cure Cuticura Remedies Cured Her. "About four years ago I was afflicted with black splotches all over my face and a few covering my body, which produced a severe itching irritation, and which caused me a great deal of suffering, to such an extent that. I was forced to call in two of the . After a leading physicians of thorough examination of the dreaded complaint they announced It to be skin eczema in the worst form. Their treatment did me no good. Finally 1 became despondent and decided to discontinue their services. My husband purchased a single set of the Cuticura Remedies, which entirely stopped the breaking out. I continued the use of the Cuticura Remedies for six months, and after that every splotch was entirely gone. I have not felt a symptom of the eczema since, which was three years ago. Mrs. Lizzie K. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Selma, Ala., Oct. 28, 1905." Reward, $100. Tbe rtsdfl uf tbta paper win bo plKaaed to loUV thai beru N at la.i nae Jrf aded dWeuAe that ac tenet baa titan able to cure in all Ita ataea. and that la Catarrh. Haifa Catarrh Cure li tbe on y pualUTa Cauu-rfw known io the medical fraternity. dl.t-airu.i a re.julrei a coQaUlUUonaJ treatment. Hall's Catarrh oure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blttod and mucona urf acee of the ayatem. thereby destroying tha foundation of the dtaeaae, and giving the patient ntrength by building up the conatttauos and aaalat inf nature In dlug ltaw.uk. The proprietors bavt-!'much fattb In Ita curative powers that tbey offer oue Hundred Doltara for any caae that it falia to cure. Send for liat of testimonials. Addreet F. J CHKSKV A CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all Take atal'l i.'.-- i.i,; - 7&C. l'llls for constipation. Sad Worldliness. "Honesty is the best policy," re marked Meandering Mike. "If sure Is fur folks like us," answered Plodding Pete "Our transactions ain't big enough to enable us to hire de best legal talent." SPOTS ON FACE. BLACK, ITCHING Ladies Can Wear Shoes smaller after usinc Allen's One Foot-Eas- certain rtiiT for swollen, sweating, hot, aching feet At all Druggists, 25c. Accept no substitute. Trial package FRKR Address A. S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. A Wisely and slow; they stumble that Shakespeare. ran fast. Lie According to Mr. Dooley. lie may be as simple as th' thruth. Th' fact iv th' matter Is that th' rale thruth is niver simple. What The " Mica Axle Grease we call thruth an' pass fr'm hand to hand is on'y a kln3 iv a currency that we use f'r convenience. There are a good many counterfeiters an' a lot iv th' counterfeits mus' be in circulation. haven't anny question that I take in manny iv thlm over me intelleehool bar ivry day, an' pass out not a few. Some iv th' counterfeits has as much precious metal In thlm as th' rale goods, on'y they don't bear th' governmint stamp." From Dissertations by Mr. Dooley. Best lubricant for axles in the world long wearing and very adhesive. Makes a heavy load draw like a the wear on light one. Saves wagon and team, and increases the earning capacity of your outfit. Ask your dealer for Mica Axle Qrease. h-- 1 Balanced. "Miss Fluffy would be a pretty girl if her feet weren't so heavy." "She stacks up pretty well, though; her head is light." Detroit Free Press. good-lookin- g iiV Food HOSTELRY. AT A WAYSIDE lf STANDARD OIL CO. Incorporated ls W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 25, 1907. WORKING WOMEN, WHAT THEY SHOULD KNOW MRS. 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