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13 All of lots throo (3) and four (4) In
rill block (7), also lots flvo (5) nnd six
,jj (C) In block eight (8) of Muscatlno
iH Placo, nn addition to Salt Lako City,
Km All of lot twenty-one (21), Fox sub-
nR division of lot two (2), block twenty-
$jm three (23) of Flvo Acre plat "A," Big
' Field Survey.
U All of lots six (G) nnd seven (7), In
S block ono (1), of Newport subdlvlson
H of lot twenty (20), block seventeen
B (17), Fivo Aero plat "A," Big Field
WB All of lot ono (1), block ono (1),
; S Remington park, a subdivision of lots
g olghtccn (18) and nineteen (19) in
9jK block twonty-flvo (25), Flvo Aero plat
m "A," Big Fiold survoy.
fjm All of lots twonty (20) and twenty-
fjm -:ne (21) In block ono (1), of Coatcs &
i&Sl Corum's subdivisions of block twenty-
$m six (2C), plat "C," Salt Lako City Bur-
(Wm All of lots twenty-thrco (23) and
lUl twenty-four (24) in block one (1), of
ijH Colorado subdivision of block seventy-
H nine (79), plat "C." Salt Lako Clfy
mm All of lots twenty-four (24) nnd
mm twenty-nvo (25), block ono (1), Wll-
&H klnson's subdivision of block ninety
$ (90), plat "C," Salt Lako City survoy.
rBi All In Salt Lako county, Utah.
InjHj That you, tho said defendants, claim
JH somo interest In said real estate ad-
fH vorso to tho plaintiff.
SpH Alleges tlint your claim is without
!& right and prays that tho titlo of the
mm plaintiff is quieted ns against you.
Wm PATTERSON & MOYER,
lH Attorneys for Plaintiff.
MM P. O. Address: 87-88 Commercial
M block, Salt Lako City, Utah.
9 NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED OF
yH Notice is hereby given by tho undor-
jH signed C. Frank Emery, Sheriff of Salt
rafl Lako County, Utah, successor in Trust
H to Eugcn6 Lewis, named as Trustee
Ig in a certain Deed of Trust, wherein
IJI James C. Clawson and Annie C. Claw-
I son, his wife, nro named as ilrst pnr-
ties, said Lowis is tho second party
-j with tho undersigned ns his successor
v in Trust, and J. Leo Wells is a third
party or bonollcinry.
'tj WHEREBY said parties of tho first
j part convoyed to snid LowIb with the
- j undersigned ns his Successor In Trust.
" i nil of tho following described real es
tato, to sccuro tho payment of n ccr
' tain promissory note of even date
1 therewith in tho sum of $700, executed
t- by tho said James C. Clawson with In-
1 tercst at tho rato of eight per cent per
k annum, paynblo scml-nnnually on the
f first days of July and January of each
'f year with Interest coupons of ?28 each
thereto nttached, said Deed bearing
date January 8, 1901, and conveying
tho west half of lot ono (1) nnd all ol
lot two (2) and also tho west half or
tho southeast quarter of tho northwest
quartor, nil In section three (3), town
ship twenty (20), south of range eight
(8), east of Salt Lake meridian, In the
' I county of Emory, stnto of Utah, con
taining seventy-sovon and olghty-soven
ono hundredths (77 87-100) acres, to
gcthcr with all water rights thereto be
longing, which said Trust Deed was
' duly acknowledged and wns recorded
1 In tho office of tho County Recorder of
,! Emory county, in tho Stnto of Utah,
i at pngo 351 of Book "E," to which rec
ord reference Is hereby mado, and,
whereas, default has been mado upon
J two Interest coupons of $28 each, one
duo July 1, 1904, and tho other January
1, 1905, and whorons It was provided
' In said Deed that In dofault of pay
ment for more than twenty days or any
interest on said noto, tho holder thero
Mi' of might thereupon declare tho whole
m i of said principal and lnterost duo. And
Mi" whereas It was provided In said note
that upon tho request of the holder of
said note the said Trustee or his Suc
cessor in Trust should sell said above
described premises. And whereas
said Eugene Lewis has refused to act
as Trustee under said Deed, and the
holders of said noto notified mo that
they have elected to have tho princi
pal sum of said noto becomo due, and
havo requested mo to sell said prem
ises and apply tho proceeds in accord
ance with tho terms of said Deed of
Now, therefore, on Saturday, the
3d day of Juno, 1905, at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho west front door of
tho Court House (City and County
Building) in tho City of Salt Lako, In
tho County of Salt Lako, State of
Utah, I shall sell at public auction for
tho purposes aforesaid, to tho highest
bidder for cash, tho following de
scribed real estate, to-wlt: Tho west
half of lot ono (1) and all of lot two
(2) and also tho west half of the
southeast quarter of tho northwest
quarter, all in section three (3), town
ship twenty (20), south of range eight
(8), east of Salt Lako meridian, in
said Emery county, containing seventy
sovon nnd eighty-seven one hundredths
(77 87-100) acres together with all wa
ter rights thereto belonging.
C. FRANK EMERY,
Sheriff Salt Lako County, Utah, Suc
cessor In Trust.
EUGENE LEWIS, Attorney.
E. D. HOGE, Attorney,
In the District Court of Salt Lake
County, State of Utah.
John J. Thomas, plaintiff,
R. W. Gass, defendant. Summons.
The State of Utah to Said Defend
You are hereby summoned to appeal
within twenty days after the service
of this summons upon you, if served
within tho county In which this ac
tion is brought, otherwise, within
thirty days after service, and defend
the abovo entitled action; and In casr
of your failure so to do, Judgment wll
bo rondorcd against you according tc
tho demand of tho complaint, which
within ten days after service of thlf
summons upon you will be filed witb
the clerk of snid court.
E. D. HOGE,
JOHN J. THOMAS,
P. O. Address 52 Commercial build
ing, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Probate and Guardianship Notices.
(Consult County Clerk cr respective
signers lor lurthcr Information.)
PATTERSON & MOYER, Attorneys,
In the Dl3trlct Court, Probate Divi
sion, in and for Salt Lake County,
State of Utah.
In the matter of tho estate of Mont
gomery Gibbs, deceased. Notice
'1 ho petition of A. T. Moon praying
for tno Issunnco to himself of letters
of administration In tho estate of
Iiontgomery Gibbs, deceased, has boon
set tor hearing on Saturday tho 17th
day of Juno, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock
a. m. at tho county court house, In tho
court room of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Salt Lako County, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said Court with
tho seal theerof alflxed, this 2nd day of
June, A D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. II. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk.
Patterson & Moyer, Attorneys for
Evil of Gambling.
The fact is, thero aro more men
ruined each year through race gam
bling than any other agency, with tho
possible exception of drink. The kind
of men who aro ruined aro not stable
boys, jockeys, owners or any of tho
men connected with racing. It is tho
clerk, tho wage earner, and tho small
business man who falls a victim tc
tho seduction of tho betting ring.
Consumption and the Heart.
Recent radiographic measurements
show that consumptives, except those
who havo been accidentally infected
without predisposition, do havo hearts
of only half the normal sizo and that
this does not occur In other chronic
diseases. Tho writer finds that these
small hearts aro very frequent In
phthisis, but thinks this is often due
to degenerative changes. Tho Hospital.
A Witty Dean's Couplet.
It was at a university meeting that
the proposition was being discussed
to raise the degree of doctor of divin
ity by requiring of the candidates two
essays on somo moot point in theol
ogy; whereupon Dean Mansel passed
furtively this couplet to a neighbor:
"Tho degree of D. D. wo propose to
To an A double S for a double S. A."
Boston Tot Asks a Blessing.
"And, dear Heavenly Father," finish
ed a Boston child at prayer time,
"please bless my cat. Bless every
part of him, for I lovo him so much
that the very whiskers of his face
aro numbered. Bless his emerald
eyes, his little rico teeth, his crush
ed strawberry tongue and the little
baked beans beneath his feet"
The Boy View of It.
Bert and Leslie, hardy sons of im
pecunious parents, called for their
chum Leonard, a tender stripling of
wealth, to go fishing. Now, Leonard,
having wet his feet and got a head
ache, could not go, and, as tho boyr
started off without him, Leslie said:
"It's better to bo poor and tough than
rich and tender."
Shortest Title ot a Novel.
Tho shortest title ever given to a
novel was "B" sub-title "An Auto
biography" by E. Dyno Denton, in
threo volumes. Whyto Melville, in
1809, published a novel to which he
gnvo the title "M or N?" a term
well known to every student of the
Church of England Catechism.
Sensibilities of Plants.
Recent experiments prove that
plants havo in somo cases far finer
sensibilities than many modern mor
tals, since a word of praiso will, it Is
stated, raise them to ecstatic Joy and
expansion, while blame will so crush
their feelings that they die, brokenhearted.
Indians as Fiddlers.
Tho flute was tho musical Instru
ment of the Creeks until tho fiddle
was brought to them. Its music was
mostly martial. Every Creek Indian
who plays the flddlp knows "Tko
Arkansaw Traveler" a all its varia
tions. Kansas City Journal.
TRUTH Is a legal Journal. Send In
your Mining Notices, Assessment No
tices, and Delinquent-Notices. TRUTH
OFFICE, 241 South West Temple. Both
Torture of the "Boot." I
As late as In tho seventeenth c,
tury and In such civilized and 2
vanced countries as Scotland 8n9i
Germany and France, tho ua-barn, '
Instrument known as tho "boot" 1
commonly used to extract infor,nat,S
from reluctant witnesses, or to
tort confessions from accused Person'
Sometimes tho boot was madu of lin
and heated to an unbearable deir
on the foot of tho helpless victim i
his novel, "Old Mortality," Sir Walter
Scott alludes to it as mado of th!
metal. But in those rough times fQ ,
stout planks hastily nailed together
often sufficed for tho purpo.o Be
tween the side of tho case and tho let 1
of tho person it was desired to tor 1
ture wedges were Inserted and ham 1
mered in. Tho result was oxcruclat' 1
Token of Early Love.
I found them In a book last nlcht
These withered violets, Katt
A token ot that early lovo
That no man o'er forgets.
Pressed carefully between tho lcavM
They keep their color still; """""
I can not look at them to-day
Without an old-time thrill.
Ak..meI what tr,cks does memory di.,i
Tho passing years havo fled 7
And hopes that lived in vigor once
Alas! havo lone been dead.
And this is all that I can say
When all is said and done;
Those flowers remind mo of soma pIm
I wish I knew which ono. Blr,
Punishment of Deserters.
During tho early days of the navy
desertions were numerous and tho of-
fenders were frequently sentenced to
death. James Barrett, a marine, was
found guilty of desertion. His punish- I
ment was unusual. Ho waB fined 5 1
and shot to death. Another odd pun
ishment was that Inflicted upon Cor
nelius Cairns, a deserter, who was sen
tenced to wear a twenty-four-pound
shot for six months and to pay the ex- I
penses of his apprehension.
To Hear Fire 8lng.
Flro can be made to sing. A writer
says: "Take a lighted candle and
blow gently against tho flame. You
will hear a peculiar fluttering sound.
Tho fluttering sound is fire's first at
tempts at music. Instead of the un
steady breath of our lips, let us em- I
ploy tho steady blast of a blowpipe.
Instead of the pale and flickering light '
of a candle, let us use the bright and
ardent glare of a chemist's lamp.
When you havo a lamp and blowpipe
" can make fire sing In earnest."
A Novel Suggestion.
An ingenious lady has devised a
plan for tho transportation of impe
cunious invalids by rail. Henceforth
she suggests that those who cannot
afford to pay for an invalid carriage
should travel in a hammock slung In
an ordinary compartment. This
sounds something less than cheorful
for the Invalid. Tho carriages of most
railways aro not designed for ham
mocks. And what .would happen to
tho Invalid if tho hammock swung?
WANTED Trustworthy man or wo
man to manage business in this county
and adjoining territory far well estab
lished house of solid financial stand
ing. $20.00 straight cash salary with
all necessary expenses paid weekly by
check from headquarters. Money ad
vanced for expenses. Position perma
nent; previous experience not essen
tial. No Investment required. We
furnish everything. Enclose self-ad'
dressed envelope. Address, Manager,
810 Como block, Chicago, 111.