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J' I" 2 TRUTH.
I ' DELINQUENT NOTICE.
am if Juno Mining company, a corporation.
nr ' j Principal placo of business, Salt Lako
v- 'ij City, Utah. Notice Thcro aro dolln-
Bf Ij fluent upon tho following described
H i stock on account of Assessment No. !5,
H v' levied on tho 3rd day of April, 11)05,
Hi i the sovoral amounts set opposito tho
Hi . names of tho respective shareholders
HI : as follows:
HI No. Shares. Amt.
Hj 87 Anna M. Hansen GOO $ 1.25
Hj! ' 41 M. B. Hansen 2000 COO
W I 92 M. D. Hanson COO 1.25
HjT 7C J. P. C. Ludolph fiOO 1.23
K 77 J. P. C. Ludolph COO 1.25
HF' ! i 78 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25
MX '' 70 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25
I', H 80 J. P. C. Ludolph 500 1.25
f 81 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.25
f, " 82 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.2G
K 83 J. P. C. Ludolph GOO 1.25
Hj M 11G Ford O. Hanson 300 .75
Hj ii 9 P. W. Scnrff G000 12.50
179 P. W. Scarff 3200 8.00
Hp f , 10 P. W. Scarff 1000 2.60
Htt 11 P. W. Scarrt GOO 1.23
Hi J 12 P. W. Scarff 100 .25
Hj f 88 Ed Gerken 1000 2.50
m. ' 80 Ed Gerkin 1000 2.50
Hj 90 Ed Gerken 500 1.25
' it 91 Ed Gerken GOO 1.25
K 72 A. P. Emeis 500 1.25
73 A. P. Emeis 500 1.25
Hj 123 P. M. Knapp 1000 2.50
j 1 127 P. M. Knapp 100 .25
Hj fJ 128 P. M. Knapp Io0 .2b
A ( 129 P. M. Knapp 100 .25
Hj r 1G2 P. M. Knapp 1000 2.50
Hj l 1 C. B. Jack 5000 12.50
K r 4 C. B. Jack G000 12. GO
Hj G8 J. K. Kutnwsky 100 .25
59 J. K. Kutnwsky 100 .25
Hj 00 J. K. Kutnwsky 100 .25
-M 01 J. K. Kutnwsky .... 100 .25
K 1 02 J. K. Kutnwsky 100 .25
M 35 O. M. Jcppo 1000 2.50
Hj I 30 Edw. Uledesol GOO 1.25
37 O. Zollor GOO 1.25
I 40 Henry Bundcrof ... 500 1.25
;. i 103 It. Winkler 500 1.25
H s 112 J. E. Klonzo 500 1.23
m ' . 113 J. E. Klonzo GOO 1.25
M ' 114 Mrs. L. A. Klonzo .. 500 1.25
115 Mrs. L. A. Klonzo .. 500 1.25
m 110 Will Lago 500 1.25
ft 111 Will Lago 500 1.25
P 81 Hugo G. Emeis 1000 2.50
fc- 85 Hugo G. Emols 500 1.20
P. 8G Hugo G. Emeis 500 1.25
I 124 Clara Skews 1000 2.50
H 185 II. E. Greeno 2800 7.00
H R And in accordnnco with law and an
H R. ordor of tho Board of Directors mado
M tJ I on tho 3rd day of April, 1905, so many
H Ba ' shnros of each parcel of trtild stock as
H i may bo necessary will bo sold at tho
H ft.. company's oillco, room 9, Contral
H R , block, Salt Lako City, Utah, on tho
H h , 31st day of May, 1905, nt 10 o'clock
H jii a. m., to pay delinquent assessment
m I' thereon, togother with cost of ndvor-
K. A tislng and oxpenso of salo.
H . P. W. MUIILWNBIIUCII,
Hi , Secretary.
H $1 Ofllco room 9, Contral Block.
r ' Probate and Guardianship Notices.
Ht Consult County Clerk or respective
I signers for furthor Information.
B' I JAMES T. SMITH, Attorney,
Hv L 74 Hooper Block.
K Tj NOTICE.
I I '
m In tho District Court', Probalo Dlvl-
Hj i slon, in and for Salt Lako County,
State or Utah.
H li In tho ,mnttor of tho cstalo of John
H ft P. Wrotburg, deceased. Notice.
H t Tho petition of John E. Jones, tho
M administrator of tho ostato of John P.
H i' Wrotburg, deceased, prnylng for nn
H jjt order of salo of real property of said
H '1 decedent, and that all persons inter-
H i osted appear boforo tho said court to
H , show causo why an ordor should not
H i bo granted to sell so much ns shall bo
H i necessary, of tho following described
H real estate of said deceased, to-wlt;
H Ono hundred and sixty (1C0) acres of
real property in Salt Lako County,
Stato of Utah, and described as fol
lows, towlt: Situated in Salt Lako
County, Stato of Utah, being all of
that part of tho southwest Vi of sec
tion thirty-two (32), township ono (1)
north, rango two (2) east of tho prln
cipal meridian of tho United States
survey, for tho Stato of Utah, and gn
tered in tho United States Land OHlco
by -John P. Wrotburg, said VI section
containing 1C0 acres, lias been set for
hearing on Saturday, tho 27th day ,of
May, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at tlio County Court JIouso, In the
Court Room of snld Court, in -Salt
Lako City, Salt Lako County, Utah.
Witness tlio Clerk of said Court,
with tho seal thereof affixed this lltli
day of May, A. D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. II. Farnsworth, Doputy Clerk..
Jnmos P. Smith, Attorney for Ad-.
minlstrator. ' '
McCREA & HAIGII. Attorneys,
21-2-3 Hooper Block.
In tho District Court, Probate Divi
sion, in and for Salt Lako County.
Stato of Utah.
In tho matter of the estate of John
T. Thompson, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition pf M. P. Burmestor,
praying for tlio issuance to herself of
Letters of Administration in tho cs
talo of John T. Thompson, deceased,
has been sot for hearing on Saturday,
tho 27th day of May, A. D. 1905, at 10
o'clock a. in., at tho County Court
Houso in tlio Court Room of said
Court, in Snlt Lako Ciiy, Salt Lako
Witness tho Clerk or said Court
with tho seal thorcor affixed, this 12th
day or May, A. D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. II. Farnsworth, Doputy Clerk.
McCrea & Ilalgh, Attorneys for
Dear Sir: In an arllclo from lx)gan
In your vnlunblo paper, by "a true
friend of tho people," tho nail was hit
square on tho head and driven homo.
Tlio local press was considerably
worked up, especially by tho accusa
tion of being subsidized. It may not
bo truo in a direct way. but In an in
direct way tho writer of tho nrticlo is
Tho acrobatic performances, and
most astounding Bommorsaults over
witnessed In any tented circus wan
performed by ono of our local papers
upon tho electric light question of
this city, which naturally would load
any person having tho welfare of tho
city at heart, to at least surmise that
so far as that ono paper was con
cerned, there must bo a darkey In tho
woodpile. Another paper published
hero, has nlways advocated tho plan
proposed by tho rich knockers. It Is
a question whether or not it really
could exist if it did not sympathize
with them. It is a membor of that
family. In times pnst It has been
treated by them as tho proglcal sqn
was by his father, and wo aro inclined
to bolievo that tlioy do not again wish
to monkey with tho buzz-saw for fear
they will hnvo to cat husks with the
Botli papers ask why did not this
writor express his thoughts In tho
local press? Why did ho send to a mag
azine in Salt Lako that has a limited
circulation hero? Tho reason Is simply
this. "Truth" Is fearless; it stands
up for the peoplo's rights upon nny
and all occasions. It is road by many
more peoplo than our local press has
any idea of. Articles appearing in
Truth aro often copied in all the pa
pers published hero, and read by the
people, whereas if an articlo is sent
to ono ot our local papers, it is only
read by part of tho people.
Tlio city council stands pat for the
interest of tho peoplo. They liavo de
cided to levy a six-mill tax for electric
light purposes this year, n reduction
In tho prlco of light to meet the com
petition of tlio Tellurldo company, to
install a now unit, etc. So that re
gardless of a powerful oposition, tho
people seem lo bo gaining ground. So
mote it be. Respectfully,
jQNE OF THE COMMON PEOPLE.
Lognn, May 9th, 1905.
TYPOS LEAVE FEDERATION.
Because it believed tliero is an Inten
tion to use tho Federated Trades as a
political party, transform it into tho
Socialist organization, tho Typograph
ical Union of this city has withdrawn
its delegates from tho Federated
Trades, and in future will "go It alone."
Although this action was decided upon
last Sunday, tho dally papers have not
yet discovered it, nor will they until
they seo Truth. Then they will slug
head it and uso it as a choico bit of in
telligence. Tlio debate over tho proposition was
not bitter by any means, but
tho printers seem to bo de
termined that their union should not
bo involved in any political schemes.
Tho voto was a decisive ono.
It is learned that tho Federated
Trades aro somewhat disgruntled over
tho matter, but that condition of af
fairs will not annoy tho Typographical
union at all, as in times past it has
demonstrated an ability to tako caro
of itself. It is ono ot tho labor organ
izations that has tho faculty or doing
things without violence and so far an
can bo remembered, never has been
the causo of tho authorities asking Tor
BURTON COAL & LUMBER CO.
Yard and Office 363 W. Fifth Soulh.
Up (own office 66 W. Second Soulh.
Both Telephones 808.
A Record Breaking Sale of
I OOOO Pair of Shoes ot prices that
barely covers cost of the leather. This
announcement tells a Bargain Story
such as is seldom met with. There
must be a complete clean-up of our
entire stock of shoes owing to the
change of management.
To this end Prices liavo been re
duced beyond ail veatngo of profit and
10,000 Pairs of Shoes are to be sold
next week beginning Monday, May
15th at prices that barely cover cost
of the leather.
For quotations sen Sunday's "pers.
Everything Photographic I
And all the Novelties in Kodak
Supplies. Developing and Fin
ishing. Picture Framing. !
Main and 3rd South ;
R. L. POLK & CO.
W. p. COOPER, Secty & Man
City Directories, State Gazetteers, Blue
Books, National Trade
617-18-19-20 Dooly Bldg.
Bell Tel. 39.
SALT LAKE CITY.
Branches at Ogden, Boise, Pueblo and I
S MARNANE & COMPANY I
jc Wholesale and Retail 1
Dealers in I
Hay, Grain, Flour, Feed I
and COAL t f
125 E. Second South Street. I
Phones 1995. J I
Carload Lots a Specialty
x Orders Prompty Delivered x I
SALT LAKE CITY, - UTAH I
Faust Creamery & iupply Co. I
Salt Lake City, - ----Utah.
U. . MOOORNIOK. 4. J- DALY.
t. H. LYNOH. MN0 aao.
OlaH savings & Trust Co.
OALT LAKM OITY.
CAPITAL PAID UP iVAKW'JSi'SM
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFIT!.. I W.0W
rY ecilirHy. AoU m exeonlor, fw
tror. fuardlan, Mtljtneo. TVi. .
Tttl qurmnte Depurtmenlt Im
Title and talk Abrtncto-
f jjalk Up Salt Lake ancL Utah. - Boost-