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1 XEOE PATT ivAJOE XRIBtjyE? WEDNESDAY MOKNXNG-, JUNE 15, 1904. ? I'lH
fpayWith jk Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers!"
Ignlficaat Drift of Prices With No
Definite Current in Any
rtv TORK. June ll.-Tlie stock mar
ket relapsed today Into an aggra
S ed condition of apathy and In
ference, and was without feature
lnm 3 rally at the close. Ycstor-
Ui! rnctUn effectually blighted the
nTn revival of speculation which
rtl ' $?Un -radually aroused by last week's
ft ttTwaS movement of prices. It be
.' - S 'a! manifest today, however,
traders were to reap little ad-
' Price movement In the
; rtrSSn, as the selling spent Its
-. consequence was an InilgnM
I ' Jjdrfft of Price with no denned cur-
1 i n2S?rflv"Sovcineiit of prlc icon
' i Ethe conviction that a lengthened
I f Sneculnilvo conservatism 1b to bo
Slf'tf adds to the indisposition to
Si AVtnkT operations of anv magnitude.
' !Bdtr.,aiSr5e Atttcntlon Is directed to
hurc-mcnts of withdrawal from
Hf stock exchange houses anl
"rira for long trips of former great
irJ? much looked to for leadership
? a? speMvo movements Curl
!fc Manifested to seo how far tho
Ini turn of the half-year and of the
i&al year for many account Ings may
SS for winding up of bus ness af
nd of partnership dissolutions.
,weeklv bulletin on the crops, Issued
S.er bureau at Washington at
was abundantly encouraging on tho
rcs of wheat and cotton, and tho
t tone of conservatism on tho corn
Us not alarming. Reaction followed,
Tome special pressure against tho
T5 This was duo to specific reports
procecdlnKS against the coal combina
D5d bean 'determined upon as a result
ho Investigation conducted by the
state Commerce commission. Rend
wn carried slightly below last night
ic reaction. The market rallied qufte
rously late In tho day, led again by
hatlan, which rose A number of
ictlve railroad stocks also moved up
Int or more and tho market closed
f The rally was helped by rumors
b clrc'Jlatd In the board room that a
mcnt had been arrived at out of
: of the Northern Securities dispute.
Inquiry for bonds was broad and
'ltd In moving many long-dormant ls
but sales were effected In some cases
'Hit concessions. Large blocks of some of
She standard investment bonds changed
, kinds Total sales, par value. $2,295,000.
limited Slates bonds were unchanged on
.ft j NEW YORK BOND LIST.
U S rcf 2s rep .1014 Manhat c g 4s...l03!;s
I V S rcf 2s coup.lCGU Mex Cent 4s CI
I U S 5s reg 10' 1st lnc 12i
.1 t .S is coup . ...1C3 Minn & St L is.. 95
J- I'Sn H rcB 13ZV Mo K & T Is.... 9Si
. USnlscoup IS?,' 2nds .... , Ti
111 IIS old 4s reg. 105 N R of M c . -- 74Vt
II I' S old 4s coup 107 N Y C gen I V. ' -100V
III Motion gen 43.101;fc N- J C gen Gs 131i
JU K adjustment 4s. 91 Nor Pac 4s 101
Atlantic C L 4s 'JS Nor Pac 3s 73A
I B & O 4S 102 Vs N & W con 4s.. 95
B & 0 :uS . ... J5-V, O S L 4s & P....
ifti iCtitt of Ga is.. 109 Pa conv 3&3.... 9
ji 3 1st lnc ,73 Reading gen 4s.. 100i
! ICla 0 4Hs. .lOlft St L & I M c.Siai5A
C.fi .CM L A 29. . . 7D St L & S F fg -la. S2f,
vij C P A Q n 4s. . M St L S'wcst lsts. 03V4
fT CAJ St P k 4s.l03, Seaboard A L 4s. 69
.Cbii K cou 7s..l25 So Pac 4h 91V
r!C nUPR 4s'C9U So Ry 5s 118
ltlJKcS1 fe 7 Tex & P lsts.... 1171
ra.9 p St I g 4s. &0U T St L & W Is. . 70
muRCM Term 4s. .. 74 Union Pac 4s. ...10;
Mkikr5 Tob U P conv 4s 9SH
'HVln f- Fo 's tf S.Steel 2d 5s... 74
rcWA n,G 4s . . 93i Wnbash lsts ...llCVi
oat ft prior I 4s . &34 Wabash deb B.. G79i
J H 'fc'T."''" s W & L E 4s S93b
.3 fi. c ls - 10 Wis Cent 4s SO
"IyaH'is i09t C F & I con Gs.. 70
r, . hlth unl 4s. . lup-,
j CLOSING STOCK 1,1 ST.
j ?. . , Sqles. High. Low. Close.
4 ait5lf0a i "w "IVa
1 p?W, I-OO 8IU 93 0IVI
iffl S'ln.P 1.S00 119U US' 1J9A
V rll ICO 101 1C1 1G1
' rSu.?.nl- 31- 31 31
1 fSlC,r& Ait0" 200 3S as 3SVi
u c? w S"JKest 1 301) 13'A 13VL 13V4
I &LSy.-- 19m 143 m if4
! ,41c T& Trans .''." ;: ci.
1 pTI-; o 1 n n
Li prt'rcrred 19
"1 DtnLpk&AV 100 270 270 271
i PA&Sa: 20 Si
I Sinr.i 24i 23V4 24A
J VfLntrYal 67 HG G7
fcS3:v. 530 1C'2 10 a;
te?iEo-V:: 20, 20
HTf 5TcHan. L In.WO 14S 141 HSi
i mait l" 1H
J .Effrml8 S M t
B)Jfejri kc 4;sw tiii 601
, s i I
-I inferred '.. r
1 Mrtent ' SOO lie" lis" 315
"1 W8i':;::::;: 13'300 2' 250- glfc
3 ihS" gs
ffi I'. S &
M cc'? S'6 G5
lA f.13"1 Co 2.100 21d 20-i 21V,
''I ln 00 W Cl G4Vd
2W 29" 29" '29
HStTyw 200 21 2! 21
ft&fl.::::: .I00 23 23
5 l5tffrl, IGli 1G-1
'4 fcL&;-::--" 1W s M'i
1 fe" :::: iiii :::: 1
. SifncouV"' " "" 203
1 CarTp 7-E5 49V1 49?i
i referred ,'! 17
rl ?rcoii '-' 70 70 70
SHferTSdH;--' 7 "7 "8
jHrfe0 "IS i& ft m
frRj. a ; -wo sii S2iv siZ
1BfceferrfdRcf 2. C00" G4 B P3
iiMjrooklvn n -00 3 72 72a
lK!?'&mr8n '18'7W 4S
- C00 1MJ4 lw .soVt
-f --4- -f
-f New York 55ftc -f
-f San Francisco 5Gic -f
-f London 25d -f-
New York exchange H.SS.SS -f
-f New York exchange ...J12.1212.22 4.
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Corn Products t. I0?i
DlHtlllers' SecuVB .. 20) 20 20 19-Ti
Gen Elec 0 35S 356 1ES
Interna Paper 100 11 11 ic4t
preferred S00 6S GS 6S
nlterna Pump ,30
preferred ' 70
Nat Lead 700 21Js 21'J 21i
North Apier f. S4
People's Gas 100 . 97 97 Wi
P Steel Car 25
preferred , G9
Pullman Pal Car 212
Rep Steel 1 ....
preferred GOO 42 42 41
Rubber Goods 16
Tcnn C & Iron .... 4X 85 35 34
U S Leather 200 G- 6 G
preferred .. 200 79U 79
U S Realty 200 x6i Hi 6
preferred 1,100 0& G9 60
U S Rubber 1G
preferred 100 60 V4 C6
U S Steel 3,400 94 9(4
preferred 9,200 G4?i 54 54
Westlnghouso Elec 151
West Union ... S7
Total sales for tho day, 2C2.900 shares.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Juno 14. Money on call
ensy; highest Hi per cent; lowest, l: rul
ing rate, IVi; last loan, 1: closing bid, 1;
offered, 1, Time loans easy and dull;
sixty and ninety days, 2 per cent; six
months, G'OCVi per cent
Prime mercantile paper, 3Hi per cent.
Sterling exchange oteady, with actual
business In bankers' bills nt $4.S7.20I. 87.25
for demand and $4.$.r.23u4.S3.30 for sixty
day bills; posted rates. .SGSLSS; commer
cial bills, J1.85.10f,43.15,
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Juno 14. Bar sliver, B5c
Mexican dollars, 41c
SAN FRANCISCO, June 14. Silver bars,
Drafts Sight, 2; telegraph, G.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, Juno 14. Tin was again
lower under a light demand. London
prices declined 15s. closing at 11S 103 for
spot and at 117 15s for futures. Locally
apot tin Is now quoted at f26.7ot226.2.5.
Copper was lower abroad, declining 2s
Gd to 55 12s 6d for spot, while futures
closed at 55 lis 3d. Locally copper was a
shade steadier, closing at jl2.G2'12.7o for
Lake. $12.50S'12.62 for electrolytic and
?12.1212.22 for casting, ,
Lead declined Is 3d to 11 ICe In London.
Locally lead was quiet but steady at $4.25
Spelter was unchanged at 21 15s In Lon
don and at i4.7GigM.87 In the local market.
Iron closed at 61s 3d In Glasgow and at
42s 2d In Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron Is
quiet No. 1 foundry Northern Is quoted
at ?14.5Dt?15.00; No. 2 foundry Northern at
J14.COS 14.50; No. 1 foundry Southern and
No. 1 foundry Southern soft at $13.25g13.76.
Pig Iron warrants aro weak, with sellers
CHICAGO. Juno 14.-Cattlc Receipts,
3000. Market steady. Good to prime steers,
J5.7E3f6.55; poor to medium. $4.7505.75:
stockers and feeders, $3.00g4.75, cows, 51.7o
4.75; heifers. 32.50'gv.25; canners, jl.75
2.75; bulls. 52 501T4.75; calves. J3.0O5.25.
Hogs Receipts today, 17,000; tomorrow,
15.000; left over, 3351. Market Gc higher.
Mixed and butchers, $4.&3S6.10; good to
choice heavy, J5.0OJi5.10; rough heavy. $4,50
fz6.00; light, ?1 5ff5.00; bulk of sales, $4.95
Sheep Receipts SOOO, Market 10c high
er. Lambs, 10c higher. Good to choice
wethers, $4.75:o5.25; native lambB, ?-5.00v
SOUTH OMAHA, Juno H.-'Cattlo Re
ceipts 25C0; market strong for best; others
steady; native steers, R751'G.25; cows and
heifers. ?3 oOSG.OO; cannfcrB. $2.00g3.25;
stockers and feeders. 52.7G4J4.20; calves, :
$3.0085.50; bulls, stags, etc.. $2.754.EO.
Hogs Receipts 13,600: market steady to
strong; heavy. $4,S5S4.95; mixed, $4.S0i?4.S3:
light. $4.71N.SG; pigs, $4.00'(f4.30; bulk .of
sales. $4.SOff4.S5. Sheep Receipts 120-3;
market steady; Western yearlings. $5.0g)
5.50; wethprs, $5.00(55.50; ewes. Sl.75dT6.2G:
common and stockers, $3,00.10; lambs,
$5 GOS? 00.
KANSAS CITY, June 14. Cattle-Receipts
10.000; market xteady to 10c lower;
native steers, $4.G&gc.25; native cows and
heifers, $2.2555 30: stockers and feeders,
$3.254.G0. bulls. Si.75ff4.60; calven. $2.75
4.50- Western steers. $4.505 75; Western
cows. J2.25f5.00. Hogs Receipts 13.000;
market strong to Gc higher; bulk of sales,
S4.7O1il.90: heavy. $4.9Wj&,00. packers, $4.80
4.95; pigs and lights, ?4.2.VJH.80. Sheep Re
ceipts 4000; market steady; muttons, $4.25
G.00: lambs, ?5.25j7.00". rango wethers, $4.25
05.00; ewes, $3.60-1.75.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, June 14. Tho Interest In the
local wool market Is now centered In the
now domestic goods which arc constantly
arriving from tho West. The trading In
these wools, however, nas been slight,
partly on account of tho ruling firm prices.
So far an New England Is concerned the
new clip Is practically cleaned up In Utah,
Wyoming and Idaho, with Oregon and
Montana now under way. Pulled and Ter
ritory wools nrq quiet, Thero Is llttlo In
terest in foreign grados. Territory quo
tations: Idaho Fine, lGJHSc; heavy fine, 14ftUic:
fine medium, 17lSc; medium, ISfc'lOc; low
Wyoming Fine 15fllGc; heavy fine,
14&15c, line medium, l&yi7c; medium, 19)
20c; low medium, 20ff21c
Utah and Ncvuda Fine, IBWlGic; heavy
fine, 13'14c; fine medium. 16G?i7c; medium,
19Ji0c; low medium. liVQ21c.
Dakota Fine, 15ffl6c; fine medium, lGfl)
lGc; medium. 19i20c; low medium, 3920c.
Montana Fine choice, lSffl9c: tine aver
age, 17OSc. flno medium cholco, l,ni9a;
average, IG.t 17c; staple, 19ff20c; medium
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Juno 14.-Buttcr-Stcady;
creamery, common to extra, 13rS18c;
State dairy, common to extra, 133?17c
Cheese Firm; State full croamB, 7U
Tlc; small white, 6?Jfl'TH; largo white, 6-)i
Egga Qluct; Weatorn extra Belccted,.
17'18c; nrsts. 1617c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Juno 14. Sugar-Raw,
quiet; fain refining, 3c; centrifugal, -test,
3tc; 'molasses sugar 3c. Refined,
quUt; crushed, $5.60, powdered, $5.00; gran
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. June 14. Wool-Steady;
medium grados, combing and clothing, lSft)
23?,ic; light fine. I&fii6c, heavy fine, 12Vffl5c;
ELKS OFFICIAL TIME-CARD
Via Eio Qrnnde.
5 Tive fast trains G. Salt Lake to
Provo. S:00 n. m., S:50 a. m., 3;lo p. m.,
5:00 p. m., 8:05 p. m, Provo to Salt
Lake S:28 a, m., 9:21 a. m., 12:07 p. m.,
4;24 p. m., 10:30 d. m.
FIRST FRUITS OF THE
SEASON STILL COMING
No More" Oleomargarine After This
Month Cantaloupes and Ber
ries Again Cheaper.
SOME peaches and apricots -jr-rc'scon
In some o the groen-grocerai stores
yesterday. So few woro they that
thoro were nono to bo oblainod by
tho afternoon. They havo not yet come
to stay, but It may bo expected that by
the end of the week not only tho lmportu
from California but tho produce from tho
orchards In Bouthern Utah will be for sale
In Salt Lake.
No new arrivals aro on the vcgetablo
ll3t, but tho quantity of farm produce
brought In in tho morning kept tho pace
set lately, and tho Bupply of green stuff
was sufficient to moot tho demand. Tho
heat ycBterday afternoon mado business
very dull, aB peoplo were rather inclined,
to let their marketings go. Strawberries
wcro cheaper in the morning. Somo crates
wero bought as low as $1.00, while tho
averago prico was about $1.25. Canta
loupes woro reduced another 25 cents a
After tho end of this month thoso re
tailers who wish to supply their custom
ers with oleomargarine will havo to got It
shipped to thorn direct frdm the East.
On account of tho prohibitive wholesale
license put on tho handling of this, tho
only commission house that has been do
ing so will dl3cont!nuo on tho 1st of July,
After this the consumer may expect tho
creameries to once again place a higher
price on butter.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per balo $ .30 .25
Timothy, per ton, baled 14.C0tflB.E0
Wheat, por bushol 1.00fr 1.10
Corn, per cwt 1.40fpl.5O
Corn, cracked 1.45H 1.55
0at3 l-'Ow 1.S0
Rolled oats 1.60bl.90
Barley, rolled 1.60n l.f6
Flour, bakers No. 1 2.35 2.40
Flour, straight grodo 2.45tf- 2.50
Flour, high patent 2.G5ff 2.70
Rye 2. GO
Graham flour 2.50tfi 2.70
Cornmcal l.SOfr 1.90
Bran 1.00$ 1.10
Bran und shorts 1.10ff1.15
Dressed beef, per pound $ .07ig .07
Dressed veal, per pound .0S
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed lambs, por pound .03
Dressed mutton, per pound... .06' '.07 .
Spring lambs, wholesale 3.00
Spring lambs, quarter, retail.. l.CKg 1.60
Dressed hens, per pound, .....$ .1G
Ducks, per pound .10
Llvo poultry, per pound .1G
Frozen broilers .J
Llvo broilers, per dozen 3.50 4.60
Logan borrles. 16-cup crato...$ 1.75
Red Astrachan apples, case.. 2.00
Cantaloupe melons, per dozen. 1.75
Santa Paula lemons, per box. 4.00
California navels 3.25
Orogon berries, crato 2.50
Utah berries, per crate l.OOff 1.25
Raspberries, crate 1.60
Blackberries, crate 2. CO
Utah cherries, pound .11
Bananas, per bunch....... 2.60
Grape fruit, per case 4.00
Seedling oranges, per case 2.75
Cocoanuts, per dozen 1.00
Havana seeds 3.003.25
Figs and dates v 5c, Sc, 10c
Utah rhubarb, per pound .02
Limes, per 300 1.50
Yellow plums, per case 2.00
Gooseberries, per box 1.75
Beet sugar, per 100 G'.SO
Cane sugar 5.90
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.7G
Utah cauliflower, per pound... .12
Okra, per crate.... 1.60
Wax beans, per pound .15
Summer squash .10
Dry onions .02
Winnlngstadt cabbago, per lb. .02
New potatoes, per pound .CO
Green peas, per bushel 1.75
Beans, per box 1.50
Bunch turnips, per dozon .20
Green onions, per dozen .20
Utah lettuce 15ff .20
Radishes, Utah .15
Tomatoes, per crate 2.00
Utah asparagus .OS
Cucumbers, por dozen. .75
Olcomargarlno $ .13ff .1G
Buttor, per lb .20
Choe.se. por lb , .12
Eggs, per caso G.25
Fancy cheese, per lb .13
Comb honey, per crate 2.75
Strained honey, per lb .07
Swcltzer cheese, per lb .18
Llmburgcr cheeso, per lb .17
Cream brick cheese, per lb.... .17
Edam cheese, por dozen. 12,00
Salmon .$ .13
Mountain trout .30
Utah catfish .12
Striped bass, per lb .15
Shad, per lb .10
Mackinaw trout .16
Soles, per lb .09
Flounders, per lb .09
California smelts, por lb ' .12
Codllsh, per lb .13
Cattish, per lb .13
Perch, per lb .10
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. June 14. Bright sunshine
for tho harvest fields brought out liberal
offerings of wheat today. Demand, how
ever, was light, and tho July option closed
at a loss of lic Corn Is down ",c. OatH
aro off Vsic, and provisions 15tf 35c.
Sentiment In tho wheat pit was bearish
fiom tho start, Initial prices for July be
ing down Utffc to o, at Sfi80c to 80c.
A number of influences combined to cre
ato u feollng of depression, tho most Im
portant being tho perfect harvest weather
In tho Southwest Weakness of foreign
markets In tho faco of a sharp upturn
here yesterday was another bearish ele
ment. The fact, also, that the first car
load of now "wheat had arrived at St.
Louis and had graded No. 2 red, brought
out a number of selling orders. Many
traders went short In expectation that the
weekly wcathor bureau report would show
an Improvement In condition of the Crop.
Tho market continued heavy through
out tho day, about tho only demand com
ing from Bhorts. A comparatively Rmall
decrease In the world's visible supply was
a late bear factor and Intensified tho de
sire to sell. Prices wero further owakened
by private advices from Paris Intimating
a 12 por cent Increase in the French crop
over laHt year. After selling down to
BVKi&Slftc, July closed ut 843ig&4;Sa
Clearances of wheat and flour wero
equal to 99.S0O busholo. According to
BradBtreefs, the world's available Btocks
decreased 2,760,000 bushelB. Primary re
ceipts were 335,800 bUBhelB, compared with
240,500 bushols a year ago. Minneapolis,
Duluth and Chicago reported receipts of
24t cars, against a like number last week
and 232 cars a year ago.
Favorable weather had a bearish effect
on corn, as well as 'on wheat, but another
factor of possibly equal Importance was
tho largo .increase In private and public
stocks. Tho market had a downward
tendency throughout the entire HesBlon,
and final figures woro almost at tho lowest
point of the day. July opened a shodo to
?ic lower, at 4Stf49c to 49Vic, sold down
to 4Stf4SV4c. and closed at 48H4Sc
Local receipts wero 614 cars, with 35 of
Oats yielded only a trifle, despite tho
weakness in other grains. After opening
unchanged to a nhodo lower, at 39c to
Itf33?c. July ranged botween 39Mi39c
and 39vfc, closing at 39Jic. Local receipts
wuro 1S5 cars.
Provisions wore weak on selling by somo
of the large holdere. The impression pre
vailed that several of tho Eastern longs
liquidated their holdings The market
closed at the bottom, with September pork
down 35c, at $12.00. September lard was
off 15, at $6 90. Ribs wcro down 20c, at
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 34 cars: corn, 265 cars; oats, 103
cars; hogs, 33,000 head.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
July, old S7U S7li Soft f5
July, now SGJ4 S6 84
Sept., old K-Ti S2i 82 82
Sept., new SI Si' S0V4 80-ft
Corn, No. 2
Juno i... 47i 47 47 -7
July 49 49Vi 4S 4S
September '49 43 4S 4S
Oats, No. 2
July 39 20?s 39 39 '
September 321 32 22 32
December 32?i 32?i 32 32i
July 12.75 32.75 12.32 12.35
September 12.95 13.00 12.55 12.60
July G.00 6.90 6.72 6.75
September 7.05 7.07 6.90 6.90
July 7.35 7.55 7.15 7.35
September 7.60 7.52 7.32 7.32
Cash quotations wcro as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat. 9209oc; No. 3,
S5S93c; No. 2 red, $1.011.02; No. 2 corn,
4Sic; No. 2 yellow, 60c; No. 2 oats, 40c;
No. 3 white, 40?fUc; good feeding barley,
3Sfr41c; Jalr to cholco malting, 445j64c; No.
1 flax seed, Glc; No. 1 Northwestern, $1.03;
Erlmo timothy seed, $2 15; mess pork, per
arrel, $12.30tf12.35; lard, per ICO pounds,
$G.70gC,72; short ribs sides (loose). $7.00fp
7.25; short clear sides (boxed), $6.757.00;
whisky, basis of high wines, $1.2S; clover,
contract grade, $10.75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Recps. Ships.
FloUr, barrels 17,300 0.700
Wheat, bushols 28,600 2S.S00
Corn, bushels ;.. 554.400 354,700
Oats, bushels 120,250 91,90")
Rye. bushels 4.0(O
Barley, buahcls 23.900 G4.CO0
On tho produco oxchange today the but
ter market was easy; creameries. 1317
17o; dairies, ll!Q'16c; eggs, steady, ll
14c; cheeso, easy, 7U5Sc.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, June 14. Special cablo
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstrect's show tho following
changes In avallablo supplies, as com
pared with last report:
Wheat, United Suites and Canada, east
of RocklcB, decreased 2.S07.O00 bushols;
afloat for and In Europe, Increased 100.000;
total supply decreased 2,707.000 bushols.
Corn. United States and Canada, cast of
Rockies, Increased S7S.OO0 bushols.
Oats, United States and Canada cast of
Rockies, decreased 181,000 bushels.
The leading decreases reported this
week aro 213.000 bushels at Omaha, 135,000
bushels at the Mllwauk(o private ele
vators, 1(0,000 bushels at the Northwestern
Interior elevators, 89.000 bushels In Mani
toba and 71,000 bushels at Nashville.
Stocks at Evansvllle Increased GS.000 bush
els. Coast Grain.
SAN FRANCISCO. Juno 14. Wheat
steady; December, 54.2S
Barley Steady; December, 95"?gc.
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R J. B. BEAN, Excursion Agt. I
NOTICE TO "WATER-USERS.
State Engineer's Ofllco, Salt Lake City,
May 12, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that John Preece
Whose pootofflce nddross49 Farmlngton,
Davis county. Utah, has mado applica
tion In accordance with tho requirements
of Chapter 100 of tho Session Laws of
Utah, 1903, to appropriate two ono-hun-dredths
(2-100ths) of a second-foot of the
water flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek, In Davis county,
to be diverted by means of dams and
headgates at a point on said creek about
19.5 chains north and 14-1 chains east from
the southwest corner of Section 18. Town
ship 3 north. Range 1 east. Salt Lake
baso and meridian, from where tho water
will bo conducted through a dltoh for a
dlotanco of about 214 feet and there be
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to Irrigate about 1.6S acres of land
In lot 9. blook 15, Big Creok plat, in said
All protests against the granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo made In writing and tiled in this
office after thirty (30) days and before
sixty (69) days from tho jlatos hereof.
A. F. DOREMTJS,
First publication May 12; lut Juno 1L
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
Blgnors Tor Xurlher Information,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
EBtate of Charles M. Garrison, deceased.
Creditors will present clalmB, with vouch
"s. to the undersigned at 307 McCornlok
building, Salt Lake City. Utah, on or be
fore the 9th day of April. A. D. 1905.
' EDWARD M. GRID LEY",
GEORGE P. DECKER.
Executors of the Will of Said Deceased.
Henderson, Pierce. Crltchlow & Bar
rotto, Attorneys for" Executor. x729
Date of first publication, Juno 8, A. D.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lako counA
ty, State of UtaH. In tho matter of tho
Estate and Guardianship of Magdalena
IVjudden, minor. Notice.
The petition of Jens Knudssn. tho
guardian of tho porson and the estate of
Magdalena Knudsen, minor, praying for
an order of sale of real property of said
minor, and that all persons interested ap
pear beforo tho salu court to nhow cause
why an order should not be granted to
sell so much, as shall bo necessary, of
tho following described real ectato of said
minor, to wit:
Commencing at a point 12.9 rods north
from the southeast corner of tho north
cast quarter of eoctlon 29, townshlo 1
south of rango 1 east. Salt Lake meridian,
thence north 3 rods, to aouth line of land
of J R. Dayton: thonco along the said
lands south 87 degrees more or less west,
65 rods, moro or less, to tho Jordan and
Salt Lako City canal; thorico eouthorly
along canal bank 3 rods moro or loss, to
a point on tho north lino of lands con
veyed by Christopher Hulbort to Henry
Johnson by deed recorded in Book "M.
Salt Lako County Recordo, page 661;
thenco by said lands north 87 degrees
east 68 rods, more or less, to place of be
ginning. Also: Beginning 12.9 rods north from the
southeast corner of nald -soctlon, run
ning thence north Z rods; thence by landa
of said Dayton N. 87 degrees E. 7,2 rods,
more or Icbs. to a point In County road;
thenco S. 16 degrees E., along County
road to a point which 1h N. 87 degrees
E. from tho placo of beginning; thoneo
S. 87 degrees W. to the place of begin
ning, has been oot for hearing on Friday,
the 24th day of June. A. D 1904, at 10
o'clock a, m., at the county courthouse, in
tho courtroom of said court, in Salt Lake
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Wltnoss the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 13th day of
June, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Estate of Thomas Miller, deceased.
Creditors will present clamfc, with
vouchers, to tho undersigned at the of
fices of Hurd & Wedgwood. 116 David
Keith building. Salt Lako City, Utah, on
or beforo the 1st day of April. A. D 1905.
Administratrix (with will annexed) of the
Estate of Thomas Miller, Deceased.
Hurd & Wedgwood, Attorneys for Es
tate. Dato of first publication, Juno 1, A. D.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRC
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter Qf the
guardianship of Bcsslo M. Pottlt, a minor.
The petition of Elizabeth D. Pettit,
guardian of the person and estate of Bes
nlo M. Pcttlt. a minor, praying for an or
der of sale of personal property of eald
minor, and that all persons Interested ap
pear before tho eald court to show cause
why an order should not be granted to
Bell the following described personal prop
erty of said minor, to wit, six shares of
Block of the Co-op Furniture company,
has been set for hearing" on Friday, the
17th day of June, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock
a. m., ti tb county courthouse, in tho
courtroom of said court, In Salt Lako
City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 6th day ut June,
A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. x65J
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET
ING. Notlco Is hereby given that a special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho St
Mark's Hospital, a corporation of Utah
will bo held on Tuesday, Juno 21, 1904, at 4
o'clock p. rn at the office of Walker
Bros., bankers, Salt Lake City, Utah, for
tho purpose of voting to amend and
amending Articlo III. of the artlclos of
Incorporation so that same shall read as
follows, to wit:
"That tho corporation herein provided
for ajod hereby created shall exist and
continue for the term of twonly-seven
years, unlcsa nooner dissolved or disin
corporated according to law."
By order of tho board of directors.
M. H. WALKER. President
Charles E. Perkins, Secretary, w2654
NEBO MINING COMPANY ASSESS
MENT. Principal office at Salt Lako City.
Notice Is hereby glvon that at a meet
ing of tho dlroctorB of Nebo Mining com
pany, a corporation, held on the 4th day of
June. 1904, an assessment of one-half of
1 cent per share was levied on the capital
Btoek of tho corporation, payable on or
before tho 6th day of July. 1904, to F. H.
Hyde, secretary, at his office, 315 D. F.
Walker building, Salt Lake City. Any
stock upon which this asKCSBraent may re
main unpaid on tho 6th day of July, 1904,
will bo delinquent and advertised for Bale
-at public auction, and unlesH paymont Is
made before will be sold on the 22d day of
July. 3901, to pay tho delinquent assess
ment, togcthor with the cost of advertis
ing and exnenao of Bale.
(Signed) F. H. HYDE,
Secretary Nebo Mining Company.
316 D. F. Walker building, Salt Lake City,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of the Stato of
Utah, county of Bait Lake, Adrian Pln
tro, plaintiff, vs. Edmond Temoln, de
Tho Stato of Utah to tho said defendant:
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho acrvlco of
this summons upon you, If served within
the county in which this action is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend tho above entitled action;
ond In caso of your falluro so to do, Judg
ment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to the demand of the complaint,
a copy of which will bo served upon you
with a. copy of this complaint.
FANS WORTH, LUND & TRUaMAN.
P. O. address, 301-6-6-7 Temploton block,
Salt Lako City. Utah. wl060
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Conault County Clerk or the reapecilva
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate dlylalon, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Alexander G. Adarason, do
The, petition of D. W. AdarnBon. admln
iBtrator of tho estate of Alexander G.
Adameon, deceased, praying for an order
" sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons interested appear be
fore tho said court to show cause why an
order nhould not bo granted to sell so
much afc shall bo necessary, of tho follow
ing described real CBtate of said deceased,
Tho east half (E. of the northwost
quarter (N. W. U) and lots one (1) and
two (2) of Bcctlon nineteen (19), and the
aot Jbalf (E. of the southwest quarter
(S. W. i) and lots three (3) and four (4)
of Bectlon eighteen (18), all In township
ono (,1) south, rango two (2) west, Salt
Lako meridian, together with all springs
and watercourses or sources of water sup
ply situated on the land or Mowing there
from: Also, commencing at the southwest (S.
.) corner of. tho northeast quarter (N.
L. i-i) of section nineteen (19), township
one (1) fiouth, rango two (2) west, Salt
Lako meridian, running thenco north li0
rods; thence east 80 rous; thenco south 40
rods; thenco cast 80 rods; thenco south 53
rods; thence woBt 15 rods and 10 feet;
thence aouth 63 rods; thence west to the
place of beginning, containing 125 acres,
moro or loss, has been set for hearing on
Friday tho 21th day of June, A. D. 1901,
at 10 o clock a. m., at tho county court
house, In tho courtroom of Bald court, in
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof affbecd. this 13th day of June.
A. D. 1904.
(Seal.) . JOHN JAMES, Clork.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
E. V. Hlgglns, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In the mattor of tho
cstato of Ethan Barrows, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Lucy Barrows, adminis
tratrix of the eBtate of Ethan Barrows,
deceased, praying for an order to BOt apart
homestead and personal property of said
decedent, and that all persons interested
appear beforo tho said court to Bhow causo
why an order should not be granted to set
apart said homestead and pcrBonal prop
erty, household goods and furniture, situ
ated at 62S E. 2nd South. Salt Lako City,
Utah, of said deceased, to wit:
Commencing 3 rods east and 10 rods
south from the northwest corner of lot
6, block 47. plat "B," Salt Lako City sur
vey, thenco west 3 rods, thenco south 5
rods, thence east 3 rods, thenco north 6
rods to placo of beginning, togethor with
Improvements thereon, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 17th day of June,
A. D. ISOl, at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho
uounty Courthouse in the courtroom of
oa!d court In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness the clerk of said court with the
seal thereof aflixcd, this 4th day of June,
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By DAVID B. DAVIES, Deputy Clerk.
Wilson & Smith, attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISCTRICT COURT, RRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estato and guardianship of Elizabeth Bel
lamy Loomfs, minor Notice.
Tho petition of W. R. Hutchinson, the
guardian of tho person and tho estate of
Elizabeth Bellamy Looinls, minor, pray
ing for an order of sale of real property
of said minor, and that all persona inter
ested appear beforo the said court to show
cause why an order should not be granted
to sell ao much, as snail be necessary, of
the following described real estate of said
minor, to wit:
Commencing ono (1) rod west from the
northeast corner of lot eight (8), block
two (2), plat "I," Salt Lake City survey,
thence west six (6) rods'; thenco south ten
(10) rodo; thenco east alx (6) rods; thence
north ten (10) rods to the place of begin
ning, situated In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
county. State of Utah, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 17th day of June,
A. D. 1904. nt 10 o'clock A. M. at tho
County Courthouse, in tho courtroom of
Buld court in Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of
June, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By DAVID B. DAVIES, Deputy Clork.
W. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Estato.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lako county,
State of Utah. In the matter of the es
tato of Melissa D. Clinton, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Lewis S. Hills, executor
of tho estate of Melissa D. Clinton, de
ceased, praying for tho settlement of final
account of said Lewis S. Hills, executor,
and for tho distribution of the residue of
hold estate to the persons entitled, has
been act for hearing on Friday, tho 24th
day of June, A D. Iv04. at 10 o'clock o, m.,
at tho county courthouse, In the court
room of said court.- in Salt Lako City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho scat thereof affixed, this 7th day of
June. A. D. 190i.
Seal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
Bv J. U. Eldrodgc. Jr.. Deputy Clerk.
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In tho matter of tho cs
tpto of Louis Kolltr., deceased. Notice.
The petition of Anna Kolltz. adminis
tratrix of the estato of Louis Kolltr. de
ceased, for confirmation of tho sale of th
following-described personal property and
lcado of real estate of said donodent. t0"
wit: All of a general stock of merchan
dise consisting of confectionery stock and
supplies, 2 soda fountains, 1 office mife,
store fixtures, 2 cash reglmcrs, leases on
premises and the name and good will of
lr.-.it CinnAv Ifllnhnn nt TJ.-cj PA -inH OT
South Main 3trect, Salt Lako City, Utah;
also all property owned by &a. estate as
per additional Inventory 011 flli in this
court, for tho sum of J7200.00, and upon the
following terms, to-wlt. Cash, as ap
pears from tho roturn of ealc nld in this
court, has been sot for hearing on Friday,
tho 17th day of June, A U. 1W)I. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at tho county courthouse.
In the courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lake City. Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said cdurt, with
tho seal thereof affixed, th s 6th day of
June. A. D. 1901.
rScal. JOHN JAME3. Clerk.
By David B Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
W. R- Hutchinson, Attorney for Admin
IN i'HE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
dlvlidon, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es
tato of Josoph Cordon Snelgrovc, de-
Tho "petition of William K. Snelgrovc,
praying for the Insuanco to himself of let
ters of administration In the ostate of
JoHoph Cordon Sr.elgrovo. deceased, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 24th
day of Juno, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a, m.
at the county courthouse. In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt
Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of
June, A. D. 1904. '
Seal 1 JOHN JAM.S. Clerk.
By David B, Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Thomas & Maycock, Attorneys for Pe
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tato of Eddie Thomas Snelgrovc, deceased.
Tho petition of William K. Snclgrove,
praying for tho issuance to himself of let
ters of admlnlHtratlon in tho estate of
Eddlu Thoman Snelgrovc. deceased, has
bean set for hearing on Friday, tho 24th
day of Juno, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a, m,,
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho Bcal thereof aftlxcd, this 9th day of
June, A. D. 1504.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clork.
By David B. Davlea, Deputy Clerk.
Thomas & Muycock; Attorneys for Pe
titioner. , xE51
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP j 1(1
NOTICES. j j;H
.iH?raulk c2unty Clerk or the respective ( Wu
aigncra for further information. J 'M
h iH1? DISTRICT COURT, PRO- IK'I
tV Sf , Bl0,Tr,n n(l 8alt Llk C0U"- W)il5iiH
;'n?ia Utah.-In the matter of tht f WlH
Notice Dcnnla c- Elchnor, deceased.- ifiWH
JEht Dt,tfon of Elizabeth Elchnor. ad- H 'H
mlnlBtratrlx of the cntato of Dennis C. lifl 'H
h..?52Sr,i decaBCl. Praying for an order ; KB ; .-H
authorizing hor to specifically - perform M Ti'H
the agreement made by said dsceaaed be- iwU'H
fore his death by executing and delivering ifl"l
to the Do Sota .Mining company, a coi- ' liU
poration to be organized, all neccasarv i : '1
documents and instruments to effect the '3 3 ! iH
some and to carry out tho terms of said i 1 ; lH
contract. The property tibove mentioned ! ft tyM
conslnto of mining claims situated in M i. ' fll
Humboldt county, Nevada, to wit: f i ! vH
The Sllveropolls, tho Tunnel lode, th' K'jl
Silver Reef Extension, the Southern Star, 111 R lM
the Tunnel Extension, tho Star Peak No. 1 L l
2. tho Star Peak No. 3. the Star Peak, the Hi i 'tM
Treasure, the Rocky Cliff, tho Do Sota, the m ' iM
Heidcnfelt, the 8llver Reef, the Woolcock. (m lM
and which Is more particularly described jj
In the petition now on file In the Qlerk't Ell ? I'H
office, Salt Lako City, has been set for W ilM
hearing on Friday, tho 24th day of Juno Wi, li'H
A. D. 1204. nt 10 o'clock a m.. nt th M il-M
county courthouae, In the courtroom ot Ml iiiH
eald court. Salt Lake City, Salt Lako fiffli
county. Utah. JM
Witness tho Clerk of Raid court, with ,15 tH
the seal thereof affixed, this 13th dav-ol IM uM
June, A. D. 1904. rilil' PH
Seal JOHN JAMES, Clerk: AM I
By David B. Davles, Deputy, Clerk. fWt ) GH
Powers, Straup fe Llppman, Attornevs l'UH
for Petitioner. xl31? ? ') iH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- -f ' liH
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun- iffl,.' ' FBI
ty. State of Utah. In tho mAtcr of th. ii t!H
estate of Harriet A. Hardy, deceased. Wi fl'jH
Notice. '-fif ! fjH
The petition of Hester S. Hardy and Lu-
oannah E. Hovey, praying for the Issu- Uvilil
ance to Owen S. Hardy of letters of. ad- :1iIMlI
ministration in the entate of Harriet A. f-t 3rH
Hardy, deceased, has been aet for hearing M HliM
on Friday, the 24th day of June, A. D IsS iH'H
1904, at 10 o'clock a, m., at the county -nScfc ml
courthouse, In tho courtroom of eald 'iffs vHI
court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- jbH
ty, Utah. gat PH
Wltnea8 tho clerk of said court, with the 'ftHSH
seal thereof affixed, this 11th dav of June. ' P IrH
A. D, 1901. JOHN JAMES, 1 W
Seal Clerk. T IFH
By Helena A. Mcintosh. Deputy Clerk. , Rf qLH
Cannon. Irvine &. Snow, Attorneys for I Uy Nrl
Petitioners, xlOiS w llnB
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE fii ' H
division, in and for Salt Lake county, t'tmjpH
State of Utah. In the matter of the e.- V.l
tati of John Hogensen, deceased. Notice. M AlM
Tho petition of F. S. Fcrnstrom, ad- 'fMtlH
ministrator of the estato of John Hogen- 3:
sen, deceased, praying for the settlement MJ 3
of final account of Bald F. S. Fernstrom. t ij" J fiH
administrator, and for tho distribution of ' m ,
the reslduo of said estate to tho persons , l 1
entitled, has been Bet for hearing on Frl- Wi
day, tho 24th day of Juno. A. D. 1904. at fj(
10 o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse, ! -
in tho courtroom of said court, In Salt i YiM
Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. 'US if 5
Witness the Clerk of said court, with the !jf 'jH
seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of June, ,A i lM
A. D. 1904. l V, i 'H
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. i ;
By J. U. Eldredgo, Jr., Deputy Clerk. 'jiV 'H
C. M. Nielsen, Attornoy for Petitioner. Mi t
X723 Jljv ;
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- j! '' rH
bate division. In and for Salt Lako county, 4m pH
State of Utah. In the matter of the es- Mr
tnte of John Johnson, deceased. Notice. ) 4;H
The petition of Anna M. Johnson, ad- 1 iH
mlnlstratrlx of tho estate of John John- Jljit 'A
son deceased, for confirmation of tho sale 4.1 -lH
of the following described real estate of
said decedent, to wit: Commencing at tho jl j
southwest corner of lot two (2), block one u j
(1). East Park subdivision, Salt Lake ('
county. Slate of Utah, running thence I K.
north 153 feet, thenco east 55 feet, thene h 5
south 15-11 feet, thonce west 55 feet to tin- 4,,.'
placo of beginning, subject, however, tu ) a if S
a perpetual right of way over the north .1 Mm
12 fcot thereof to be used In conneotlon I r"(
therewith, for tho sum of J500.00, and Upon ' (jrlj
the following torrxrs, to wit,: Cash upon u i
confirmation, as appears from the return J ji IllH
of sale filed In this court, has bcon se i
for hearing on Friday, the 17th day of A I
June, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m.. at w a
the countyi courthouse, in the courtroom Wnli
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake tjjf ,
county, Utah. j. , , iM
Witness the Clerk of Bald court, with ih I H
tho seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of '1
Jurlo. A. D. 1904. fy 9
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. TV 1
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. W i 1
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Potl- K. ;
tloner. x243 W
ADMINISTRATOR'S ALE OF titilB
REAL EST ATI;,
Pursuant to on ordr-jr of salo heretofore I ;r ifH
Issued out of the District court of Salt ' IjH
Lane county, tne uudersighed will sell at fJ i
private sale for cash t' tho highest bic- ' 'a8;
dcr.f on or aftor Wedrwday, the T.ftaenth ' tR
day of June, A. D. 104, at 12 o'clock noon 4'- a
of said day, the two parcels of real es- U a
tate belonging to the estate df 5llssa C. 1 j
Klmbnll, deceased, described as follows. r j 1
to wit: Part of lot one (1), block sIxty-sK ) Jj 'H
(CC), plat "'jv." Srtit Iako City survey, S i(H
bounded as follows: Commencing at a CiCj L'H
point one hundred and ten (110) fee - tti iJ,H
south of the northeast corner of Eald lo'. js (j, rL'H
one; running thenco west ono hundred v 8
and s!xty-lvo (165) feet, south flfty-sevei , 9
and thrco-quarters (57) feet, east onr 1 ' 9
hundred and slxty-llvo (165) foot, north 13
fifty-seven and throe-quartera (674i) foel 1 j
to beginning; also, all of lot twcnty-clghi ( I I
(2S), and the north half of lot twenty- ' f 1J
nine (29), in block ono (1) of WalkorV 1 )
subdivision of blok live (5), plat "A." o." .
Salt Lake City JOrvey; together with the i n M
buildings and appurtenances pertalnlnvr 7 8
thereto. Terms or sale, ten per cent o' jj fl
tho purchase price must be paid at tho al h
time of salo, and tho remainder of th" , jH I
purchaso monoy on confirmation of th" ; I
anlo and dellvory of doed for the prem- i, 1
Irics. , P 9
All bids must be In writing and present- tj 8
ed at tho ofllce of N. V. Jones, attorhe; A V
for administrator, at No. 619 McCornicI: , , i
block, Salt Lake City. W i
ROBERT T KIMBALL. &
Administrator of Estate of Melissa C 1 ml
Kttnball. Deceased. x2j; flUiS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. iT j
Estate of Agnes McQregor Cutler, dc tj I
ceased. ... ' f S,
Creditors will present claims, wit.t . !
vouchers, to the undersigned at West Jor- y 3. fl
dan. Salt Lake county. Utah, on or be- , W, S
fore the 3rd day of October. A. D. 19(M. (7
YOUNGS CUTLER. M 8 fH
Administrator of tho Estate of Agne3 Mc ; i
Gregor Cutler, Deceased. ffi'j j
Harrington & .Sanford. Attorneys for 1 l ,
Estute. . . IIH
Date of first publication, Juno 1, A. D. 1 j,
ieoi. x- ) I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- , W:
bate Division, in and for Salt Lake Coun- !vi 1 iH
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of th !
cstato of Theophllus I-C Williams, do- ' ftj j pl
ceased. Notice. , fj'
Tho petition of Graham F. Putnam ! S I
executor of the estate of Theophllua K ;
Williams, deceased, praying for the set- V ,
tlcmcnt of final account of said executor 1 Vi S
and for the distribution of the residue of 9, SlillH
paid c.itaTV to the persons entitled, ha y G
been act for hearing on Friday, the 27th JjCi IllllH
day of May, A. D 1904. at 10 o'clock a. ' T
ni., at the county courthouse In the court- frjj IIIIIIH
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Sal: fl
Lake county, Utah. J f 9 IIH
Witness the Clerk of said court, with j
the seal thorcof affixed, this 16th day oi I t', C
May. A. D. 190-1. if1!
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. (J J
By David B. Davlcs, Doputy Clerk. t t fM
Grant H Smith. Attorney. wl: S
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE .At
Third Judicial district of tho Stato 01 ; (j
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Jcsalo K. ' j
Bcnnott, plaintiff, vs. John J. Bonnott, dc- i , u
fondant. Summons. . ' n
Tho State of Utah to the said defendant 1 h
You are horcby summoned to appoat- t
within twenty days after the norvlce pi , t It
this aummons upon you, if served Within , f 1
tho county In which this action is brought. 1 Yt
othcrwlso, within thirty days after acr- "UUiilH
vico. and defend tho abovo-entltlcd ac- ')fi,i!iH
tlon, and In caso of your failure so to do. r'f iiH
Judgment will be rendered against you ac- j (C
cording to tho demand of tho complaint, jv ,R
which, within ten days after service or , , Jl mM
this summona.upon you, will be filed wlt.i
the clerk of said court. g j H
Plaintiff's Attornoy. MM
P. O. Address, 218 Main Btreot, Salt Lako 'J jH MM
City, Utol ' Jr7J