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I TRUTH. 15 I
1 nuent Instailmonta aro fully paid.
I q ah sncclnl taxes aro payable nt my
nfflce room 102, City and County Build-
?ne Salt Lako City.
lnff, cait FISHER HARRIS.
rtv Treasurer & Special Tax Collector.
Bv Geo. II. Wood, Doputy.
Sldowalk Extension No. 80.
Pnlt LnkP City. Utah. July 29. 1905.
"JVOTICH OI' SPECIAL CITY TAX.
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice Is heroby given that a special
tax for tho purposo of constructing a
cement sidewalk six feet wide, on State
street and Second North and East Cap
itol streets, In Sidewalk District No.
19, has been lovled by tho city council
nnd confirmed by ordinance dated July
31st, 1905. Said tax was lovled unon
the following real property In Salt
Lake City, to-wlt:
.All of lots 8 to 14 Inclusive, of block
2, plat "K"; tho west 99 loot of lot 8,
block 2, plat "K," and all of lots 1 to
9 Inclusive, block 1, plat "J," all of lots
1 to 10 Inclusive, of block 4, plat "J,"
Salt Lako City survey, to a depth of 25
feet back from said streets; Is nayablo
In flvo equal Installments. Ono-flfth
thereof shall become delinquent on Au
gust 31st, 1905, nnd ono-flfth on nu
IEUSt 31st. 190C, and ono-flfth on Aujtus'
31st, 1907, one-fifth on August 31st
1908, nnd ono-flfth on August 31st,
Each of said Installments, except the
first, shall draw Interest at tho rato of
six per cent per annum from tho date
of tho lovy as aforesaid, and If nny, or
cither of said Installments shall bo un
paid when they becomo delinquent, In
terest thereon shall bo at the rato of
8 per cent per annum, until such delin
quent Installments aro fully nald.
All special taxes aro payablo at my
ofilce, room 102, CItv and nnd county
building, Salt Lako CMty. Utah.
City Treasurer & Special Tax Collector.
By Georgo II. Wood. Deputy.
Sidewalk extension No. .86.
rito of first publication, August 12,
NOTICE OP SPECIAIj CITY TAX.
To Whom It May Concorn:
Notice Is heroby given that a sneclal
tax for tho purposo of constructing a
cement sidewalk four feet wide, on the
west side of Center street, from Vine
street to Pcnrl street, In Sldowalk Dis
trict No. 27. has been lovled by tho city
council nnd confirmed by ordlnnnco
dated July 31st .1905. Said tax was
levied on the following real property
In Silt Lako City, to-wlt:
All of lots 1, E and C, block 4, plat
"E1: nil of loti 1. 8. 9. 10. 11 nnd 12
block 7, rlat "E": nil of lots 1. 7, 8 nnc'
9, block 13, plat "K"; nil of lots 1 nnd
0. Mock 10, rlat "E"; nil of lots 1 nnd 3
block 21, rlat "E":' nil of lots 1, C ami
7, block 23, nlat "13," Salt Lako City
survey, to n depth of 25 feet back from
said street; Is pnyablo In flvo equal In
stallments, one-fifth thereof shall bo
come delinquent on August R1t, 1905
one-fifth on August 31st. 190C: ono
flfth on August 31st. 1907; one-fifth on
August 31st, inns, and ono-flfth on
August 31st, 1909.
Eaoh of said Installments, except the
first, shall draw Interest nt tho rato of
six rer cent per annum from tho datr
of the levy as aforesaid, and If any, or
cither of snld Installments shnll bo un
paid when they becomo delinquent. In
terest thereon shnll Vo nt tho rato o
8 per cent nor annum, until such delin
quent Installments nre fully nald.
AU special taxc nro nayablo nt mv
offW. room 102, CItv and nnd county
building, Salt Lako CItv. Utah.
CItv Treasurer & Social Tax Collector
Bv Oeorcro IT. "Wood. Donnty.
Sldewnlk extension No. 87.
Tnto of first publication, August 12.
Probate and Guardianship Notices.
I (Consult Countv Clerk or Respective
I Signers for Further Information.)
I Frank H. Clark. Attorney,
I McCornick Block.
I In tho District Court. Probate Dlvl-
I sion. In and for Salt Lako County,
J Stto of Utah.
I In the matter of tho estato of Geo. J.
I Woodllng. Deceased.
I The petition of It. D. McDonald, ad-
I mlnlstrator of tho estato of Geo. J
I Woodling, deceased, praying for the
I settlement of final account of said ad
ministrator and for tho distribution ot
I tho residue of snld estato to the per-
; sons entitled, hns been set for hearing
on Saturday, tho 2nd day of Septom
1 bor, A. D. 1905, at' 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county court house, in the court
room of snld court. In Salt Lake City,
' Salt Lako County, Utah. I
Witness the Clerk of said Court
with tho seal thereof affixed this ICth
day of August, A. D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE, JR.,
By W. H. FARNSWORTH,
FRANK H. CLARK,
Attorney for Estate.
BATS IN ITS BELFRY.
Friday's issue of the Tribune shows
that It has gone "Mormon mad" for
fair. Why, tho old rag Is so batty a
man could not get into the business
office to pay a subscription without
running into a bunch of 'em. Giving
ronponq wvy the streets are not sprin
kled, tho Tribuno says;
"There is really and truly plenty of
water in Salt Lake. All this talk about
an excessive shortage Is only a part of
the game. It Is to tho advantage of
Uie men who are now trying to run
the civic affairs of the city to suit their
own ends to mako it appear that tho
water supply Is not one to encourage
a further increase In population.
"Should the city begin to grow rap
idly, to receive each year largo num
bers of new citizens from eastern
points, the control by Mormon church
leaders would soon bo a thing of the
past. Even with the natural advant
ages afforded by tho defiant law
breaking of polygamists, the natural
Increase of population from tho east
would soon overcome the power of
the Mormons, if tho city were permit
tea to grow as it's natural advantages
entitle it to."
Well, if that wouldn't jar you. The
idea of stopping sprinkling in order
to keep out Gentiles. Just as though
Mormons would be willing to swallow
dust, let their grass burn up, watcb
their trees die, go without bathing and
nil that sort of thing in order to keep
Gentiles from coming here. Verily
the Tribune must have a band of luna
tics conducting its destiny. It Is just
"S reasonable to nssort that tho flat
wheeled enr which ran down West
Second South Wednesday wnh put on
to give Gentile tourists the heidncho
in order to unfavorably ipm-e?s Nipt
with tho city and keep them from
vn'lntr bo-o. or that the "hierarchy"
permits tho city government to grant
saloon licenses in order to proven
temperance people from locating !"--
AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE AF
FAIRS. npvprror Cutler hns not yet ap
pointed the committee to Invnotigntp
the affairs of the Agricultural College
hut It Is expected his excellency will
-o so within a week or ten days
When tho commltteo gets to work
Truth is In a position to state thero
will bo some very racy developments
and things not very creditable to some
of tho trustees, it is said, will bo
brought to the surface.
THE EXPERIMENT STATION.
It' is said tho matter of tho location
of tho experiment station will bo de
cided very soon. Tho committee, it is
said, have practically decided that
Davis county or Utah county will get
tho plum, with tho chances in favor
of tho former.
Tho next monthly meeting of the
Association of tho Nnuvoq Legion will
bo held Monday evening, August 21,
at the bishop's office, Tithing yard, at
8 o'clock prompt. All members who
can possibly attend are urged to do so.
WM. M. BROWN,
Secretary A. N. L.
Warren Foster sells Insurance, not .
law suits. Commercial Block. I
SALT LAKE CITY BREWING CO. I
"ur 1 1
S Bmerican I
JL Beauty jj
pi Beer M
'oBMlAy: It is taking the place of all eastern beers '' I
XfigSpn in the market. On sale at the following , ! H
tAGERBEEfy summer resorts: yf
BHJ0 Saltair Beach .',; I
BWrlplI Salt Palace and i, j I
liiMfTi '. I Agricultural Park Race Track. , I
SALT LAKE CITY BREWING CO. ' ', fl
JACOB MOR.ITZ, Manager ," - jH
niiHHI t I
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. I
Large shipments placed on our shelves and counters daily. ,,'" M
The items mentioned below are particularly desir- J H
able for school dresses and early fall wear. '1 . H
Handsome new plaids, double fold, suitable for Oflp ' ft j H
waists and children's dresses, introduced at per yard . . "l jj jj H
FOUR. DISTINCT LINES AT 30c. 'jl '
136 inch mohair mixtures dark colors, per yard 3Qc f jj jH
36 inch poplin cloth plain colors, per yard ..." 3Qc ji'.j jj
36 inch cashmere assorted colors, per yard 30c H ,, H
36 inch mohair plaids, bright and pretty, per yard 30c h
A STRONG COLLECTION AT 50c. ! H
This lot cosists of the following fabrics: Mohairs, & H
French serges, plaids, worsted suitings, flaked suitings etc., f, H
all of them fresh from the mills and 36 to 38 inches Cflp If H
wide, all the leadiug Fall colors and shades, per yard. .."' I ! I jH