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H. 2 The Salt LAKE Tbibuni!: TTekn-jespay MoBirnsrG, Jtote 3 5, '.904.
II s Humors
lj ' Aro irapuro znattcra which the skin,
N tl liver, kidneys and other organs can
j J v. not take caro of without help, there io
J y such an accumulation of thorn.
,jl . They litter the "whole system.
! Pimples, boils, eczoma and othoi
eruptions, loss of appetite, that tired
jt! ' feeling, bilious turns, fits of indigea
jj tlon, dull Jicadachcs and many other
'jj t troubles are duo to them.
I Hood's Sarsaparilla
It r and Pills
v Remove all humors, ovcrcomo all
Itheir effects, strengthen, tone end
, " Invigorate the -whole system.
I I hod salt rheum on my hands so that 1
,. could not work. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla
L and It drove out the hnmor. I continued
J- i Jta ueo till tlie sores disappeared." Mne.
Ira 0. Rnow.. Ruruford Falls, Me.
I Hood's Gnrsnparlllo promises to
oure and Uoopa the promise.
These States would more than offset
the loss of Illinois.
States -would more than offset the loss
The Utah delegation Is expected Sat
urday and only one has thus far ar
rived. A gentleman from the State
now here says that Sutherland will be
a member of the committee on resolu
tions. Through him the Mormons hope
to prevent the adoption of any resolu
tion regarding Mormonism or polyg
amy. View From Utah,
I A well-known Utahn said to The
Tribune: "It Is kind of galling to an
nld-tlme Republican, who has always
stood up to the rack and taken his
medicine, whether his candidate won
' or not, to have a bolter represent him
at a National convention to help to
fix a platform upon which he Is expect
ed to stand. But there will be liar
I inony, you know, and our delegation Is
( a 'harmony one.
"Col. C. E. Loose Is talked of for Na
, tlonal committeeman. Of course, the
( . Provo man is always for harmony so
long as it comes his way, but the other
, i. fellow, the old regular standby for the
ticket, who has always heretofore been
t counted upon to stand In. he may re
; volt and this fall he Is likely lb do It.
v Then what?"
' ' Early Arrivals.
" , r Amonar the arrivals today were Son-
1 ators Penrose of Pennsylvania, Hans-
t- brough of North Dakota, and Ankeney
T of "Washington. While a number of
States will present contests, Illlnols's
principal trouble will lie In the selection
of a National committeeman and the
' delegate who will lead his colleagues
I cpon the floor of the convention.
II ; PROVO SHERIFF NABS
j ALLEGED HORSE THIEF
1 Special to The Tribune,
i PROVO. June 14. Sheriff Harmon yes
,j lerdny captured an alleged hor thief
named John Shields, who is accused of
II V stealing a horse from a-farmer at Kanosh,
Millard county. Sheriff BeurCgard of MI1
1 Inrd county had followed his man from
1 place to place without success. Shields
was trailed from Kanosh through the
descrct in southern Utah to Leamington,
where ho traded horses and again pureued
nls journey northward. He ngaln made a
norsc trade In Juab county. This latter
' horse and saddle he sold for $26 to a man
I n Amerlcnn Fork. The Sheriff of Utah
'v county by this time began to do things
which resulted In the capture of Shields
at Lehl. He was turned over to Sheriff
, Beuregnrd this morning and Is now oa
his way to Millard county, where he will
bo compelled to face the man. who gave
him employment and from whom he stolo
I , The City Council has Instructed the City
! " Recorder not to Issue license for stands
) on the sidewalks and streets of Provo.
j . a .
Marriage licenses were issued to T. A.
Thurman. aged 26, and Lola Dennis, aged
22, of Eureka: Oliver Clark, aged 20, and
Maud Ferre. aged 20, of Provo; Ray El
i llott. aged 23, und Matilda Vance, aged 22,
In the matter of the sanity of Albert
I.ockelt the court ordered that he bo dis
charged from custody,
Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Pickering of Tucker
arc In Provo.
' i Henry E. Hudson of Provo leaves' for
Mexico today. Mr. Hudson Is a vencra
blo 3chool teacher, having taught for for-iv-scvon
years, from 181S t6 1SK. The
i ' States In which he taught arc Ohio, Ala
bama, Louisiana. Arkansas, Michigan and
Utah. He has taught more than 4000 pu
The executive committee of the Sons I
nnd Daughters of the Ploncrrs met last
I 1 evening and decided to hold their regular
jl anniversary at American Fork July 24.
The following committee was appointed to
formulate a programme for the occasion:
, v - .1. L. Brown, Mrs. Thomas N. Taylor, Mrs.
' J. B. Keeler, L. O. Taft and Charles
i The Fifth ward choir, composed of fifty
boys and girls ranging from 12 to 14 years,
was given an agreeable surprise Monday
J night. Practice wns ubout concluded,
j when Mr. and Mrs. John Saxcy entered tho
hall with an Invitation for all members to
go directly to their beautiful homo for a.
I few moments' recreation. Tho lawn was .
I bright with- Qhlnose lanterns. Refrosh
I ments consisting of Ice cream, strnwber
J rlcs and cake were served. A general
I good time was enjoyed by the children.
W. H. Hcndrlckson et al. have filed for
I record the following -oil claims, situated
9 In the north end of Utah lake: Placer
I claims called the Mayflower Nos, 1 to 1C,
D j Inclusive. The claims run from tho Jor
I J dan Narrows to above u mile and a half
I north of the hot springs near tho north
I nd of the lake. Tho location notlc-s
I otnte they are located for gn.t and oil.
I. ' This makes about eighty claims tiled by
HI Hi" same persons within the past few
I ' weeks.
I J ' Senator Reed Smoot and C. E. Looso
I i li'ft for Chicago this morning. The latter
I A U'-one of the delogatcs to the Republican
I i National convention.
Hi i This popular remedy never fails to
Hj' ( effectually euro
1 Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
s Headache, Biliousness
H j And ALL DISEASES arising from a
H1 Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion
The natural result Is good appetite
j and solid flesh. Dose small; elegant-
H lysugarcoatcd and easy to swallow.
H' ' Take No Substitute.
DAY'S HAPPENINGS IN UTAH.
I TRIBUTE BRANCH OFFICE,
H56 Washington AveTetvhonUl
POPULAR YOUNG MAN AND
MAID TO WED AT OGDEN
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Juno 14. A wedding that will
attract a great deal of lntoroGt In Ogdcn
will tako place tomorrow afternoon at tho
residence of Max Davidson, C33 Twenty
first street. Theodoro Kuchlcr will marry
Miss Jcannctte Weinberg at 2 o'clock.
;Mr. Kuchlcr Is one of tho most widely
known young men In the city, and his
brldo-to-bo has also made many frlonds
during her residence here.
Miss Mamie CIrirk sails today from
New York for Europe, accompanied by
Mr, and Mrs. M S. Browning and Miss
Tallllm Browning On Juno 22 Roy Clark
will follow them on a mission to Germany.
Six damage suits were filed and settled
within tho spaco of a few minutes In tho
District court today. Georgo K. Kakos
was tho plaintiff in each case and he filed
suit against the Southern Pacific in six
suits for $20,000 each, viz.: George Zcomas,
Gust Pfomas, Amastaeous Zcomas, Nick
ApOstalopus. Evangelas Zeomae and
Georgo Zcomas. The complaint allcgcfl
that tho plaintiffs wcro killed In the
Jackson explosion on February 19. Tho
suits were settled upon a basis of $1500
Tltto Board of County Commissioners re
ceived tho reslsmatlon of Joseph Hoag as
road supervisor for West Wobcr. Road
tax elections arc to be held In tho pre
cincts of Warren, Wilson ai)d Randall on
Alexander Moves, the five-year-old son
of Mr. 'and Mrs. A. W. Moyo3, died of
convulsions this morning. The funwrnl
will bo held from the family residence to
morrow at 2 o'clock.
The funeral services of William E.
Stone will be held from the Mound Fort
meetlng-houso Thursday afternoon, at 2
Lamoni Grix was severely Injured whllo
out driving. Tho horse became frightened
and' Mr. Grlx jumped from the carriage.
On tho charge of burglary, Thomas B,
Hall wns sentenced to six years in the
penitentiary and Joseph Murphy to two
jears. Tho men were convicted of bur
glarizing the Jowolry storo of John A.
Doc Enslnger Is now managing the show
at the Pastlmo theater. Tho show will
run one week, with throo performances
dally, one In tho afternoon at 3:30 and
two In the evening, at 8 and 9:30 o'clock.
John P. Martin was picked up on tho
streets today and sont to the pesthouse,
suffering from smallpox. Tho man says
that ho contracted tho discaso at West
Side, on tho Ogden-Lucln cut-off. '
EXPERTS BEGIN SINGLE
GERM BEET EXPERIMENTS
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
LEHI, Juno 14. Prof. C O. Townscnd
and his assistant, E. C. Rlttue, of Wash
ington, D. C, arrivedd in Lehl last even
ing and wont to tho Saratoga farm, where
they will make their homo for tho next
few mqnths,. These .eminent specialists
have charge of the Government slnglc
germ beet seed experiment station here.
Prof. Townscnd was highly pleased with
tho condition of tho slngle-gorm mother
beets sent from Washington and planted
by Stale Superintendent Georgo Austin a
fow months ago. Tho boots aro Just com
ing Into bljsflom and are ready now for
the expert trcatmonl, which Will consist
of taking the pollen from one slnglc-germ
flower, placing it In another flower of tho
same kind and then, by tho use of small
paper bags, protecting them from con
tamination with undesirable plants; also,
In eliminating any flowers that It Is
thought might produco multlplo germ
Superintendent Austin also planted on
tho experiment farnv a lot of, alngle-germ
seed furnished by tho Government. This
seed germinated nicely and has produced
a satisfactory stand of young plnnts.
When grown into beets this fall they
will be laid away for mother beets to bo
transplanted next spring.
Tho Agricultural department selected
Lehl as the field for conducting tho Slnglc
germ seed experiment because of tho suc
cess made by tho Utah Sugar company In
the production of sugar-beot seed in past
years, and Prof. Town3cnd declares tho
farm at the head of Jordan rlvor to bo the
most Ideal selection that could have been
made In America His slnglc-germ plants
will be five miles from tho sugar-beet seed
farm near the Lehl sugar factory, so far
away that Insects will not mix the pollen
of the two varieties; yet the two beet-seed
farms are near enough for the experts to
study tho habits of tho multiple and the
single-germ plants from the time of flow
ering till the seed Js rlponed.
The slnglc-germ experiment at Lehl will
be permanent, or at least continue for
several years, till tho slnglc-germ seed
has been perfected or efforts to produce It
been proven a failure.
Prof. Townscnd said that the average
yield of sugar beets In tho United States
has been but nine tons per aero. Tho de
partment Is conducting experiments to In
crease this tonnage and at tho same tlmo
maintain or Increase tho high percentage
cf sugar contents In the beet, and It will
not consc Jts efforts till tho average Is
raised to twelve tons per acre.
Superintendent Austin entertained Prof.
T'.Mvnsend. Mr. Rlttuo and T. II. Kearney
of tho bureau of plant Industry. Mr.
Ivoai nny's specialty Is the study of plants
that will resist the alkali of the. lands
north and west of Salt Lake City, ut
Which place, he has four acres on which
ho is conducting experiments. Mr. Austin
Is assisting the department In Its sugar
be"et experiments, and last ovonlng gave
i our correspondent the following Interest
John P. Holmgrcen last year raised 25
acres of beets which averaged 27 tons per
acre. A selected 15-acro field averaged 35
tons per acr. and a. BpitClaUy selected
acre produced a little more than 40 tone.
Mr. llolmgroeti kept an itemized account
of all the e:pendlture for labor, otc, and
says that the G-ucre tract rcforrcd to pro
duced beets that sold for $787.00. .the labor,
water tnXe, etc, on It cost $250, leaving
a net profit of JC07.50.
The land on which these beets were pro
duced was In .sagebrush ' 1S91. The first
year It was planted to wheat, after which
It was planted to alfalfa for eleven ycars
when It wao planted to potatoes, pro
" duclng 250 bushels per acre. Tho beets
were planted April 21, 1833. and thinned be
tween May 21 and 31. They were hoed
twice after being thinned and horco culti
vated five times. They were Irrigated
July 2, July 21 aftd August 23. but three
times, and harvested October 20.
Mr. Holmgrcen, has sixty acres this year
and already has them thinned and hoed
the second time and "laid away." Ills
soli Is a sandy loam with, a clay subsoil.
J Big; Eeal Estate Deal at Coalville. '
Special to Thc-Trlbune.
COALVJLLB, June 14.-One of the larg.
-est real estate transfers In Coalville for a
long time wa'i" mad today. George Red
den sold his largo ranch at Upton to
Granville Doming, and the former has
now purchased the Wllklns & Doming
property tin the- ent side, of Main street.
He alcb bought J. H. Ball's saloon proper
ty and ' will, .transform tho. building Into
, an up-to-dato1 restaurant and lco cream
I PARK CITY I
J. I. C. MINE TO OPEN
AGAIN FOR ACTIVE WORK
Spoclal to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, June 14. The teams of tho
Kimball Bros, succeeded in breaking open
tho road all tho way to the J. I. C. and In
getting In thoro with two loads of coal
yesterday. This means that tho mln will
open, In a few days. For the tlmo being It
will bo under the management of Norman
McLean, and tho first thing will bo to put
tho pumps to work to remove tho water
Tho shaft Is now down about COO feet, but
tho water stands up to about the 4C0 level.
As soon as this Is removed, active work
will be begun In sinking. The superin
tendent sails from Scotland this week, and
it is the Intention to havo everything in
readiness for continuing with tho sinking
pf tho shaft by tho tlmo that ho roaches
here. The stockholders of this property
feel confident that they will make a pay
ing mine of It, and tho more confidont aro
thoy now that the Daly West Is extract
such high class ore from the south side
of the porphyry dike.
There wus a general smash-up at the
American Flag yesterday., For some un
explained reason tho onglne broke down,
and upon examination It was fount! that
the break whj of such a serious character
as to necessitate the closing down of tho
mine Superintendent Rhodcn said that
ho did not know Just how long the mine
would be closed, but several days at least,
slnco It would be necessary to send to
Denver for duplicates of the broken por
tions. James Burns and James Ryan wcro
found sleeping In a box car by Officers
Watson and Lake about 4 o'clock this
morning. They appeared before Judge
Lockhart this forenoon and pleaded guilty
to tho chargo of vagrancy. They wcro
given one hour to get out of town, and
lost no tlmo in getting
Jim Sullivan, who has been beforo tho
court several times In the past, was ar
rested by Offlcor Hamilton about 5 o'clock
this morning upon complaint mado by tho
proprietors of the Grand restaurant It
seems that Sullivan had gono Into tho
restaurant, ordered a meal, eaten tho
samo and then refused to pay for It. This
being Sullivan's third or fourth offenso, he
was given fifteen days In the city Jail,
JlmTraynor nnd Murty McPolIn became
engaged In an altercation yesterday which
camo near leading to a light, nnd would
havo done so had It not been for the In
tervention of friends. Today Traynor
took his stand In front of the Mint sa
loon, Just across the street from McPol
ln's rcatnurnnt, and waited for his man to
como out McPolln saw him, and wishing
to avoid further trouble, remained at
home. About 2 o'clock this afternoon,
however, McPolln stepped to his upstairs
window to view tho situation, and no
sooner had he dono so that Traynor saw
him, and pulling his gun fired at McPolln.
A bystander saw the move and struck
Travnor's arm, olso the shot might have
hit "its mark. Ab It was, the bullet
crashed through tho transom Just below
the window at which McPolln was stand
ing. Sheriff Malr promptly appeared upon
tho scene and arrested Traynor. He will
be given a hearing tomorrow morning
Goes to Prison for Fifteen. Months.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Juno 14 Judge J. F. Chl
dester, In the Sixth District court at
Richfield, sentenced Jens Hansen to fif
teen months' imprisonment in tho penl-tontlary-
Hansen was found guilty of
adultery with, Elizabeth Murphy, a widow
living at Sallna.
In tho estate -of Hans C. IT. Ramlose.
deceased, ono of tho heirs, II. W. Ram
lose. prwjcnted a petition for specific per
formance, and Mrs. Lars H. Outzen. an
other heir, objected. Ramlose claimed
thaf his father had contracted to deed to
him forty acres of ground. Mrs. Outzen
contended that ten ncres of this was In
tended to be left to tho estate. Mrs. Out
Mt. Pleasant GItI Wins Gold Medal.
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT. Utah, Juno 14. Miss
Ethc-lo Seely of this city, who has boon
attending the Chicago Musical college tho
past season, received the gold medal for
her proficiency In a class of 203 pupils.
Her friends here arc expressing their de
light at her merited success.
Mr. and Mrs. Banning of California aro
here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J1L Proctor.
The kindergarten school opened hero
yesterday with forty little tots under the
chargo of Mrs. Elizabeth Cinfi".
Relatives here received news of tho
death of Mrs. Flossie Grlmlry at Cherry
Creek, Ida , yesterday. Mrs. Grlmley was
formerly Miss Flossie Noland of this city.
She was married to Mr. Grlmley last fall.
She was 10 years old.
If sporting men win call at tho King
Hardware company they will tell them
, of the best place to go fishing.
parlor. This Is one of the best pieces of
real estate in Coalville.
Levi Pearson of Oakley surprised his
friends last week by quietly going to Salt
Lake and marrying Miss Ada Brown of
Hoytsvlllc. The ceremony was performed
In the Tcmplo last Wednesday.
LIFE SAVED BY SWAMP-ROOT.
Tho Wonderful Kidriey, Liver nnd
Sample Bottle Sent Free by Bail.
SwamprRoot, discovered by th6 emi
nent kidney and bladder specialist,
prompUy cures kidney, liver, bladder
and' uric acid troubles.
Some of the early symptoms of weak
kidneys are pain or dull ache In the
back, rheumatism, dizziness, headache,
gravel or calculi, bloating sallow com
plexion, puffy or dark circles under the
eyes, suppression of urine, or compelled
to pass water often day and night
The mild and extraordinary effect of
the world-famous kidney remedy, Dr.
.Kilmer's Swamp-Root, Is soon realized.
It' stands the highest for Its wonderful
cures of tho most distressing cases. If
you need a medicine you should have
Swamp-Root le not recommended for
everything, but If you have kidney,
liver, bladder or uric acid trouble you
will And It Just tho remedy you need.
Sold by druggists In fifty-cent and
one-dollar sizes. You may have a sam
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rind a pamphlet that tells all about It,
Including many of the thousands of let
ters received from sufferers cured, both
send freo by mall. Write Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Blnghnmton. N. Y., and please be
sure to mention that you read this gen
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Tribune. Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr.
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ilp . A . Fair Offer ' i
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'Srl 6 Wus We &re Safe in Offering toetuni K.
'MElMSI Wc know that Rcxall Dyspepsia Tablets will cure 3ou. . 11?
sKr Our free sample packages alone brought health to hun-r mB
Hjr D'spcpsia is caused by the absence of the digestive clement Mrfj&
,HffV in Rcxall Dyspepsia Tablets supply this clement, and stimulate ( BI-lBfek
lttgfp the digestive apparatus to natural, healthy action. WWtfo
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that it is dyspepsia that causes their constant suffering and weak- jwj
' IK'CiL. Are you dizzy? If you stoop and then suddenly straighten L
jSHmSIf ft up, docs everything turn dark before your eyes ? Docs a hot, isplWfti
H"f bitter fluid rise in your throat after eating ? Arc you short of HRXjfllPvSL
BEk1 l breath ? Do you feel a weight in the pit of your stomach ? Is HnSHtHm
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jfgg Ll X eat. After taking three boxes of Rcxall I began to pick up, and now I feel all J
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Price 25 cents. Sold only at our store or by mail. Sp
1 C?HOB I
Wo don't want to boycott tho S
bootblack because they buy all their
shoe shining material from us. That
2" In Itself should bo sufficient reason
why you should buy yours from us 9
a n,BO v t.
T We carry Whlttcmore &. Her- Y
2 rlott's Liquids and Pastes In all col- S
ors and sizes. !
9 Our stock of shoe brushes Is as O
- good as tho blacking.
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O Corner oppoalto Postofflce. q
Wc may not be tho nearest drug-
gist to you. but wo are tho drug-
Q gists who will como tho nearest to (j
pleasing you. --
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mmmmmmfflGmm some tints and strmes. ah sizes. I
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j ONE PRICE TO ALL, 45-47 MAIN STREET.
1 1 1 "
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I KINGSFORD'S cLh I
I is a Valuable and economical article of food: I
I Ivhile the simplicity Ivith Ivhich it may be pre- I
I pared appeals alike to the unskilled cook and
I experienced chef Mrs. Helen Armstrong.
0 " ' 11 saa, bb
g Getagato, that is, a Cressida cigar, from the famous
! house of E. H. Gnto & Co. They began to make thorn
in 1871, and they havo grown in popularity every one 1
of the thirty-three years sinco that time. Vo are solo
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"The Whiskey Merchants." jj
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Delicate enough fo the softest
skin, and yet eSlw.ous in removinr;
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bath. It should bo on every wash
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Any man who In weak. rh.,, ' ' w
palne and achca, h7ow h ? old Ue r
his youthful nro and Vigor f I
Electric Belt free untu R .
you. When you are cured yo t9 12 L
me, not otherwise. I don't wfln,
don't cam. I don't need It, but i15!
the dollars that nre dally colii tJ '
less drying and fatce tr M .
am willing to show my own fa th LVlHflh
Ing for my pay until I hav jUl"
work. So write for mj belt ted.0"' S W .
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931 Sixteenth St., Denver, Coj'j, ,
DELINQUENT NOTICE f
Xew York-Bonanza Mlnlnir . ? .
Principal place of bu3lnoa3. SaU.i ,lfcj VP1
I'tah. There aro dcllnqueat unonT.
lowlnc described stock on acwunft8.
eoasraent No. 0, levied on the Sil a1u- Wt
May 10I. the several amoumft
site tho names of t.ho rspeCUve zlZv&
era. aa followa: , e Blii
Ctf. ' f
No. Name. Rh.. . tr
10-J. E. Jennings im1' B-i
K-O. J. Field '"lrt I,T
27-J. C. Lynch r M
a?-v. H. child jS Si l
E5-Slb-Simon v2 J' f
R7-Roberi Kimball " hi 34; '
105-Oecar nittenberc " tL 5
12'J-Mra. A. D. 'Ireland ... . j to
H&-N. A. Pace 8, fl1
H&--N. A. Page S MuK
147-N. A. Page IS fwn
HS-1I. Fares ,U cW
154-Edward Huelner. Jr ,V .!
K0-A. F. Peterson v' '
11. B. Cole & Co " im fj ted-
163 IT. B Cole & Co . " $ -aie
1-II B. Colo & Co Jn $;
201 Emma Hodge V
21fr-Oscar Lowo im -ImfJLtfi
21-Theo .Mi.ycr ' 5 tpi
2fiS-C. II. Atrls ; i2 I m
M. Reynolds J JS.V r
27 Shceta & Thompson . ..... im i2V K
ntl-Sltcota & ThompBon m 'S ,
31S-W. W. Armstrong M ! f
SU-H B. Cole & Co jm l f'i
a-13-Sheota &. Thompson em a Ul
2SO-Hudson Sons & Co h) ib "
S5S Ar.nlo Bogan ..'.wo r
2C2-8. W. Piatt JO) ,J
365-S. W. Piatt .vq !
ro Henry Faie3 3 ,l lo
371-N. A. Pago 5
SS0 Sheets & Thompson i(o t'2- , r.
5S2 Sheets & Thompson lfg JS p
OSI Shcots & Thompson kq ?' P
302-J. T. Murphy 2(0 tl 1
c93 J. T. Murphy ja ,2 '' f
. T. Murphy . '. i( r MA
T. Murphy tn fi P"
353-J- T. Murphy n
307 J. T. Murphy iw iu
Z9S-J. T. Murphy ,. . IM S" Jm
41-Sheots & Thompson . iS. 1B
AZ$ Mary A. Kcogh SO lla- W
445 C. D. Adams co j2 le
41& Jonathan Rae yt) ug 1
447 Jonathan Rae 'sfi uV 'ni
4B(v-S. C. Ewlng m U?! "
474 Sheets z Thompson . .. .1MQ 30a' t'
B20 A. L. Stewart itf yJ; S
52-Robert Kimball k 5,
5S II. B. Colo & Co Eco Si. n
54-H. B. Colo & Co tj j"S U
M2H. B. Cole & Co ico j5 r,
656 N. A. Page l j9. J:
562 N. A. Pago 2M tot'
5G5 N. A. Page U) (' P
offJ-De AVttt 13. Lowe W u , I'
CSi-S. C. Baldwin .., a 16 U
CaO Mra. A. B Richardson . 0 1S. E
672-E. W. AVIlson K0 119 ; i
C75-E. W. AVIlson m ai
701-E. M. Lo Prohon ) njj'
70? Sheets & Thompson , I 11: 3f
71? Sheets z Thompson '(.a'1 y
732 A. L. Jacobs . 1W jl ,
,742 SheetB & Thompson 5M ITS',
30 M. M. Miller 70 IB? i
SCO-M. M. Miller 3S lifl' ?
023 M M. Miller 7) 11) :
OSS James Farragh ...VJ) L'.ai 5
973 N. A. Page K0 ; I
0W W. W. Armstrong K0 ); I
00S J. H. Hughes 1(0 II" It
10GC W. W. Armstrong 'ti I3u L
1007 W. AV. Armstrong 70 t 1
1070-C. E. Street 1M J.ff1(
10S1 W. W. Armstrong 1(0 U
10S5 "W. W. Armstrong 1W i.H l)
1113-H. B. Colo & Co ...10) i
H2U Robert S. Lindsay SCO S.H, II
UGS-N. A. Pago 1W IM 1 fl
11CO Hatlleld iz Son 31 l.
llfcS Jamea Campbell Mi .
1S3-Patrlck Dalv 1W IM
120S Sheets &. Thompson & 15.M , '
1213 Sheets & Thompson CCO 15.C ' .
1214 Shoetn & Thompson iv) 1".. '.
121'3 Sheets & Thompfion .. . 237 11.(1. !
1215 NV. W. Armstrong IM IN
1243 Sheets & Thompson SO llti
1214 J Williams "SO Ms
1253-Oscar Rlttenberg SO U.
1255 Sheets & Thompson DM U-M.
12.5 W. J. Browning ..SO
12S7 V. J. Browning SO tW(-
19)-Sh93t8 & Thompron ..... WO W',
1313 Hudson Sons & co ICO J.H i
1334 James Ivera , E0) 15-M,
1372- D. J. Calllvan 1 9;
1373 J. H. Hughes KO
13S5-Mrs. S. W. Mosby 72 J j'.
138-Shoets & Thompson ...... 50) 1S.!
13t0-I. I. Walker . ... SS5 11.5'
1401-M. M. Miller '. IM '2! l'
1-122 TI. B. Cole & Co S . .f
142&-W. H. Child 1 j-Wl
1I2S-M. M. Miller IM J-"1
14 IS Ben D. Luce KO U.rf
1113 Ben D. Luce - ) ;
1470-W. II. Child HO -M
1173 M. M. Miller l 7"
1452- Jacob Schrlncr S) .n
1453- B. F. Oalllvan 3C0 . J
1W0-M M. Miller &0 ,fJi
lfB-G. B. Blakcley 9.p
ICCC-Sheets & Thompson J-f;
1&73 Ben D. Luce - 1 ":
1577-Ralph Guthrlo 1 J
16S1 Ralph Guthrie IM
1690-RaIph Guthrie S 5
100011. B. Cole & Co ljg '
iWl-II. B. Cole & Co J 3M
.C15-Ben D. Luce J jm
.Glfr-J M. Reynolds WJ MT
1G29-Churles S. Grant H-XV
IKO-Charles S. Grant $ m'
1041-W. II. Child M J"!
1040-Mrs. Maria Kilkenny . .... 3W W
lfi-John Chlno ? ,?-5'r
lCG5r-Mrs. A. C. Shields M "
lCo7-Mrs. Mary A. B.'I1 JM fWf
lC79-Sheets & Thompson '-S(
171&-A. J. Anderson
173-l-ShcetH & Thompson 4?)
1735 Joo Oborndorfer I'VA
173S-Dana B. Chaso 1J f-?A
1714-F. E. Scott ft?
1745-15. M. West 1W
17iO-H. Fares . J
1700-J, M. Reynolds .J. .Zt
1761 Joo L. Sheets .
176S-.T. M. Reynolds
1771-H. B. Colo & Co S'
177-1 1. K Burch 3J?j
177S Thomas McKnnna Jw Ifj'
17S7-Ths. Chegwldden 200 -v'.
17-Frcd Rlchord 1W vjjt
170S-E. D. Trcnfm
1795-E. D. Trcnam "
1KO-E. D. Tronam l'!.
1S01-E. D. Trenam w
1$3 Dona B. Chase .
lSi-Dana B. Chase g i k
1533 Jog L. Sheets gJi
1CV F. E. Scott f'l. T(4
1844josoph Brandel iV; Mf
lR4S-Ne!llcP. Kogh ' 'fl
1SIS-G. B.lakelv W
liS.l-ll. B. Cole iCo g I
1K-H. B. Cole & Co riJ ;
lS-John Lowe ?m
C. Squires. j V
1S72 Joo L. Shoets 4.?.
1873-Joe L. Sheets l' l al
1S7&-Joe L. Sheets 1 gi
lSSCh-Joe L. Sh60t$ l iJjtjM
1S53 Joe L. Sheets .. ,h. mVJB
1 And In accordance with V made
der of thn noardA of directors.
ith day of -May. feo innnj of ti K fjM
of each parcel of such s fn,07 3
necessary will bo sold at the offlee lm
company, 303 D. F. Walker bi 'dl(J,juaiM
Lake City. Utah, on the 2Sth da or Ju
11. at the hour 'f 2 P- m.. to jm vim
llnauent aessment hercon. oherj.
j. M or SSSSSi
First publication Jun U, '