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I 14 X RUTH.
HJ Progress Black.
H In the Dfalrfct Conrt of the Tbbd
Jndlcisl Dtrtrfct of (be State oi UU&,
Ccnntr of Salt Lake.
H Aaron Keyaer, Plaintiff, vs. Morris
J. Salisbury, William Salisbury, Hax
HJ ' rfet Salisbury, and all other unknown
HJ ' heir at Joseph M- Salisbury, de
HJ , ceased, DefecdanL Samnons.
I The State of Utah, to the said De
HJ ' tenrlznt
HJ j Yon are hereby summoned to ap-
HJi 1 1 pear within twenty days alter the ser-
HJ jji rice of this samnjons npoa 70a, if
HJ I' served within the county in which
H '! this action Is brought, otherwise, with-
1 1 in thirty days alter service, and de-
HJ I fend the alxwe entitled action; and in
HJ 1 case of yonr failure so to do, Jndg-
HJ ment will be rendered against yon ac-
Hi. cording to the demand of the com-
I plaint, a copy of which is filed with
HJ , the clerk of said court, which said
.' complaint alleges that the defendants
HJ, claim an estate or interest of an un
HJ 'i dirided one-fonrtb of the following de
HJ ,' scritH.fl real property as the children
HJl l; and heirs at law of Joseph II. Salis
HJ r, bury, deceased, viz A part of lot one
',' (1) In block fifty-five (55) Plat "A"
H ' of said Salt Lake City survey, com
HH mencing at the southeast corner of
HH ; said lot and running thence north six
HHj and one-half (C4) rods, thence west
I ninety-eight (38) feet, tbense south
HJj:! six and one-balf (014) rods, thence
HJf j ' east ninety-eight (98) feet to the place
Hi! of beginning.
Bll 8. W. DARKE,
HHu Plaintiff's Attorney.
Hf P. O. Address, 508 Progress Bldg7
HH 1 Salt Lake City, Utah.
HlJ; C. 31. Nielaen, Attorney.
HI Constitution Block.
HH ' J. M. THOMAS, Attorney,
HH! Eagle Block.
HI I In the District Court of the Third
HJ Judicial DiKtrict or the State of Utah,
HJ County of Salt Lake.
HJf' Ella Welch, plaintiff, vs. James
Hi f Welch, defendant. Summons.
HJ The State of Utah, to the said de-
H ' fendant:
HJ You are hereby summoned to appear
HJ 1 within 20 days after the service of this
HJ; summons upon you, if served within
HIE the County In which this action is
HJ brought, otherwiHC, within thirty days
HJ after service, and defend the above
HJ entitled action; and In cane of your
Hi failure so to do, judgment will be rcn-
H dered against you according to the
HJ' demand of the complaint, that is nled
Hi In court.
HI J. M. THOMAS,
HJ Plaintiff's Attorney.
HI EMMA WELCH,
HI ' P. O. address, 11 and 12 Eagle block
HI j Salt Lake City, Utah.
M N. J. Sheekell, Attorney.
HJ Aucrbach Building.
Hi In the DlHtrlct Court, Probate Division,
HJ In and for Salt Lake County, State
HI of Utah.
HJ In the Matter of the CHtato of Lee
HJ Jolinson, Deceased Notice.
HJ The petition of .lake Englund, pray-
HJ Ing for tho issuance to liimsuir or lot
HJ tcrs of administration In the estate or
HJ Lee JolniHon, dcceaHed, has been set
HJ ror bearing on Saturday, the Kith day
Hi or September, A. D. 1005, al 10 o'clock
HJ a. ni dt the County Court Hoiibc, in
Hi the Court Itoom or sold Court, in Salt
Hi Lake City, Salt Lako County, Utah.
HI Witness the Clerk or said Court with
Hi, the Heal thereof affixed, this ISOth day
(rf AugUKt, A. D. 1905.
J J. U. ELDREDOE, .lit.,
H (Seal) Clerk.
HI By W. II. EARNSWORTH,
HJ Deputy Clerk,
! N. J. Shcckcl, Atty for Pot.
Is the District Court, Probate Di
vfefcra. la an ftw Salt Lake County,
State of Utah.
In the raatter of the Estate of
Cbrfetfse Gabriefsea, Deceased. No
tice. The petition of F. W. Schqenfeld.
Exectstor of the estate of Xh'ristlne
Gabrfeben, deceased, for coafirxaatlon
of the sale of the following described
real estate of said decedent, to-wit:
Eegianing at the southeast comer of
let 7, block 23, Brighton, Farming
Plat, and situated in the northeast
quarter of section S, township 1, south
of range 1, west of Salt Lake Meridian,
U. S. Snrrey, and running thence
tortn 1$ rods, thence west 9 1-5 reds,
thence sooth 50 rods to the center of
a 4 rod street, thence east 19 1-5 rods,
thence north 2 rods to the place of be
ginning, containing 5 acres, more or
leas, located in Salt Lake County,
Utah, for the sum of 1240.00, and upon
the following terms, to-wit: Cash up
on confirmation, as appears from the
return of sale, filed In this Court, has
been set for hearing on Saturday the
5th day of September A. D. 1505, at 10
o'clock A. M., at the County Court
House, in the Court Room of said
Court, In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness the Clerk cf said Court
with the seal thereof affixed this 23rd
day of August, A. D. 1905.
J. U. ELDREDGE. JR.
By W. H. FARNSWORTH.
C. M. XIELSEN.
Attorney for E3tite.
The Lucky Bill Mining company, a
corporation of Utah, location of mines
Park City, and principal place or busi
ness. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given th2t at a
meeting or the Board of Directors or
said company, held on Thursday. Aug
ust 17th, asesment (being Assess
ment No. 3.1), or ten cents (10c), per
share vas levied on the outstanding
capital stock or the corporat'on, pay
able Immediately to J. B. Bean, secre
tary of the company, at his office, 1C1
South Main street, Salt Lake City,
Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on Monday,
September 18th, will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at public auc
tion, and unless payment is made be
fore, will be sold on Tuesdiy, October
10th, at 2 o'clock p. m.t to psy the de
linquent aHsessment, together with
the cost or advertising and expense or
J. B. BEAN.
Company, Office 1C1 South Main
Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
First publication August 19.
ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
Deer Trail Gold Mining and MlU'nu
Company, principal place or business
Salt Lako City, Utah. Notice is here
by given that at a meeting or the Di
rectors held on the 10th day of August
1905, an assessment or one quarter
cent per share was levied on all stock
issued to and including the 10th day
or August, 1905, of tho corpoation, pay
able immediately to Viola Denhalter.
acting secretary, f!18 S. State street.
Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon
which this assessment may remain
unpaid on the 11th day of September
1905, will bo delinquent nnd adver
tised for sale at public auction, nnd un
less payment Is made before, so many
shares of each parcel as may be neces
scary will bo sold on tho 11th or
October 1905, at 2:00 o'clock p. m.f or
said day, to pay delinquent assess
ment and all cost or advertising there
on. HENRY DENHALTER,
CHARLES H. HIPP,
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO. 2.
Great Copper King, Mining & Mil
ling Company, Principal place of bus
iness. Salt Lake City, Utah. Location
of Mines, Draper mining district.
Salt l.ake County, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
n eeting or the Board or Directors or
the Great Copper King Mining & Mil
I ns Co held at Salt Lake City, Utah,
Jaly 2Sth, 1305, an assessment or one
tenth or one cent per share was levied
n-on the Capital stock or the Com
piny Issued and outstanding, payable
Immediately to Peter Nielsen, secre
tary or said company, at the Ofllce,
47 South West Temple Street. Any
Stock upon which this assessment
nay remain unpaid on the 31st of
August, 1905, will be delinquent and
alvertlsed for sile at public auction,
-nd unless payment is made before.
so many shares of each parcel as may
be necessary, will be sold on the
15th day or September, 1905, at 10
o'clock a m., or said day, to p3y de
linquent assessment thereon, together
with cost of advertising and expense
M. O. FROISLAND,
Sec'y of said company
G. H. BACKMAN, Attorney,
32 South Main Street
In the Dirtria Court of the Thiro
Judicial District In and for Salt Lake
County, Stite of Utah.
John M. Breeze, Trustee, and as ad
ralnlstrrtor of the estate of ThomaF
Price, deceased, plaintiff, vs. Gilbert
S. Peyton, and Ida M. Peyton, hlF
wife; Addison Cain, and Fernand Hen
rotin, defendants, to be sold at Slier
IfTs Sale at the west front door of
the County Court House. In the City
and County or Salt Lake, State of
Utah on the 18th day or September
A. D.. 1905, ?t twelve o'clock noon
or said day, all the right, title, claim
and Interest or said defondants, of, In
and to the following described real
Part of the northeast H or sectloD
28. township 1 south or range 1 east
Salt Lake meridian, beginning on the
routh side or an old ditch rence, on
'he south boundary or John Haslam'f
chlm, south 5C rods rrom the north
east corner of said quarter section:
thence by said claim, along the south
side of said ditch fence, west 2.8 rods:
thence along the west side or an old
ditch rence N 8 deg. 40 min. W. 17.E
rods; thence west 75.4 rods: thence
south CI rods; thence east 22.2 rods;
thence S 82 deg, 45 min. E. 24 rods;
thence S. 88 deg. 15 min. E. tc
the east boundary of said quarter sec
tion; thence alorg the east boundary
or said quarter section north 48.4 rods
to the place or beginning, containing
31.44 acres, more or less. Together
with 24 acres or water right in the
White ditch. Said premises being sit
uated In Salt Lake County, State of
Purchase price payable In lawful
money of tho United States.
Dated at Salt Lake City, this 8th
day of August, A. D., 1905.
C. FRANK EMERY,
Sheriff of Salt Lake County, Utah
By W. B. Booth, Deputy Sheriff.
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Plaintiff.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Torbanehill Mining Company, loca
tion of mines, Fish Creek, Blalnr
county, Idaho, Prlnpical place of bus
lnesss, Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho Board of Directors of
tho Torbane'hlll Mining Compinv
held at tho company's office In Salt
Lako City, Utah, July 31st, 1905 an
assessment of of a cent per-share
(called assessment No. 3), was levied
on the outstanding capital stock of the
corporation, payable immedlatel to
David Smellle, secretary or th r
poratlon, at Young & Moyle's r"
Deseret National Bank building
Lake City, Utah. Any stock ,n
which this assessment may re--' n
unpaid on the 28th of August, ' 5
will be delinquent and advertise' Jr
sale at public auction, and unless -. v
ment Is made before, will be soli' on
the 18th day of September, isr.5 t0
pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with the cost of advertising
and expense of sale.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL, C1TV TAX?"
To Whom It May Concern: :;0.
tfee Is hereby given that a special tax
for the purpose of constructing a ce
ment sidewalk six feet wide on the
lorth side of Second South street, from
Tenth Kast street, to Eleventh East
trcet. In sidewalk district No. A, has
been levied by the city council and
"onflrmed by ordinance dated Jjy
17th, 1905. Said tax Is levied upon the
following- real property In Salt Lake
City, to-wit: Lots 5, 6. 7 and 8. fclnck
13; lots 5 and 6, block 44, plat "B"; lots
6 and 6. block 28; lot 1, block 29; the
ast 132 feet of lot 2, block 29; the
west 132 feet of lot 3. and all of lot 4
llock 29. plat F." Salt Lake City Sur
ey, to a depth of twenty-five feet bak
from said streets, Is payable In three
equal Installments and will become de
llnquent as follows: Said first Install
ment on August 17th, 1905; said sec
ond Installment on September 17th,
1905, and said third Installment on
October 17th. 1903.
Each of said Installments, except the
first, shall draw Interest at the rate of
C per cent per annum from the date of
tne levy, as aforesaid, and If any or
pjther of said Installments shall be un
rald when they become delinquent, In
terest thereon shall be at the rate of 8
jer cent per annum until such delin
quent Installments are fully paid. All
pedal taxes are payable at my offlce,
toom 102, City and County Bulldlntr.
fat Lake City. FISHER HARRIS.
City Treasurer & Special Tax Collector.
By Geo. H. Wood. Deouty.
Sidewalk Extension No. 78.
Salt Lake City. Utah, July 29, 1905.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL CITV TAX.
To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is
hereby given that a special tax for the
lurpose of constructing a cement side
walk six feet wide on the north side
of First street, from a oolnt twentv
flve rods west of A street to is street,
sidewalk districts Nos. 24 and 20, has
teen levied by tho city council and
onfirmed by ordinance dated July
th, 1905. Said tax Is levied upon tho
ollowlner real property In Salt Lako
City, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2, block 15:
ots 1 and 2, block 16. plat "D" and
he east half of lot 1. block 2, plat "I,"
nit Lake City Survey, to a depth of
wenty-nvo feet back from said streets,
8 P'?.6 ln three equal Installments,
nnd will become delinquent as follows:
Said first Installment on August 17th,
1305; said second Installment on Sep
ember 2nd, 1905. and said third Install
ment on October 2nd, 1905.
Each of said Installments, except the
first, shall draw Interest at tho rate or
per cent per annum from the date of
'evy, as aforesaid, nnd If any or
cither of said Installments shall be un
ald when they become delinquent. In
terest hereon shall bo at the rate of 8
per cent per annum until such delin
quent Installments arc fully paia.
All special taxes aro pnyablo at my
pnice. room 102. City and County Build
ing, Salt Lako City.
14 FISHER HARRIS.
City Treasurer & Special Tax Collector.
y Geo. II. Wood. Deputy.
Sidewalk Extension No. 80.
Salt Lako City, Utah. July 29. 1905.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL CITV TAX.
T Whom It May Concern:
Notlco Is hereby given that a special
tax for tho purposo of constructing a
cement sidewalk six feet wldo. on Stato
streot nnd Second North and East Cap
itol streets, In Sidewalk District No.
19, has been levied by tho city council
and confirmed by ordinance dated July
31st, 1905. Said tax was levied upon
tho following real proporty In Salt
Lako City, to-wit:
All of lots 8 to 14 Inclusive, of block
2. plat "K"; tho west 99 feot of lot 8,
block 2. plat "K," and nil of lots 1 to
9 Inclusive, block 1, plat "J," nil of lots
1 to 10 Inclusive, of block 4. plat "J."
Salt Lako City survey, to a depth of 25
feot back from sold strcots; Is naynblo
In flvo equal Installments. Ono-fifth
thoreof shall becomes delinquent on Au
gust 31st, 1905, nnd ono-fifth on au
gust 31st. 190G, nnd ono-fifth on Augus'
3l8t, 1907, ono-fifth on August 31st
1908, and ono-fifth on August 31st,
Each of said Installments, oxcept tliq I