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3 HOWELL AND FrTcK NAMED.
!1 It was a foregone conclusion that
jy Mr. Howell would rccclvo the nomlna-
lion for congress and ho did receive
It and In this caso It is generally bo-
J Hoved tho nomination Is as good as
nn election. There was qulto a splrit-
'f cd contest for tho nomination of
. k Judge of tho supremo com It was
anybbdys fight until tho billotj were
1 counted. J. E. Frlck won mainly ow-
H lng to. the fact that Judge Morse, his
strongest opponent, has got two years
jj to servo on tho district bench, and it
,F was thought best to leavo well enough
I nlone. Frlck and Morse are both law-
V yors of standing and ability and It
M was Impossible for tho convention to
n make any mistake whichever was
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It's a great pity that Chairman Ham
mond of tho Republican .stato com
mlttco has had to resign on account
of ill health. Ho was an Ideal man
for tho placo of stato chairman, not
only on account of his political acu
men, but also because he possessed, In
a marked degree, tho qualifications
necessary to unite tho rival factions
In tho Republican party. Who will
take his placo has not yet been de
cided, but Mr. Hammond's friends in
all parties hopo ho will soon bo re
stored to health.
IMont Fisher will in all probability
bo tho "American" nominee for coun
ty auditor. Tho Americans might go
a long way further and faro worse
than by nominating Mr. Fisher.
Allen T. Sanford will probably bo
nominated by tho Americans for one
of tho stato senatorshlps, that Is, un
less some fellow Hko Harry Joseph
comes In and euchres him out of It.
Harry Joseph, who was in tho lato
legislature, Is a candidate for re-election
at tho hands of tho Republicans.
H. A. Smith and D. O. Rideout are
Republican candidates for nomination
to tho legislature.
W. E. VIgus is mentioned as a prob
ablo candidate for county auditor on
tho Republican ticket.
John Pike and H. V. Meloy, both
good and competent men, aro candi
dates for tho American nomination for
county clerk. If all tho men In that
party wero as straight and clean as
Plko and Meloy It would bo a better
party than It is. They aro too good
for tho company they keep.
Wo Hko tho way George R. Hancock
announces his candidacy for tho nom
ination for sheriff on tho American
i ticket. It's straight, bold and fear
less. Tho powers that be, however,
judging from present indications have
decreed that Tom Pitt will euchre
Georgo out of tho nomination.
Scotty Rankin was In tho city
Thursday with a contingent garbed
In uniforms that would have put Fal
staff to shame. Just how Scotty and
his cohorts got hero is not clear. How
over that may be, ho -was seen to
striko Judgo Sam Thurman for a ten
dollar bill for influenco that ho, Scot
ty, might deliver in caso Sam was
needing influence from Weber county.
However, tho Judgo, like tho provor
blal Missourian, had to bo shown.
Ponn Lynno and J. W. Edmunds are
tho favorites for tho American party
nomination for county treasurer, with
tho chances in favor of Penn.
It's somewhat funny that Col. Nel
son, Bon Hoywood and Tom Homer,
candidates to bo delegates to tho
American county convention, wero all
turned down. The point was that tho
gallant colonel and his companions fa
vored Tom Pitt's nomination for sher
iff, but Joo Raleigh, who wants the
nomination, waded In and defeated
Cardd announcing the marriage of
Miss Zelma Drown, daughter of tho
lato Wiley Brown, and Mr. John N.
Zook, havo been received. The mar
riage took placo on September 9th at
Santa Fe, Now Mexico. Friends hero
offer congratulations and best wishes.
Juno Mining Company. Principal
placo of business, Salt Lake City,
Utah. Notice. Thero aro delinquent
upon tho following 'described stock on
account of assessment No. 8, levied on
tho 8th day of August, 1900, tho sev
eral amounts set opposlto tho names
of tho respective shareholders, as fol
lows: Namo. Cert. Shares. Amt.
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 70 BOO $1.26
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 77 500 1.2b
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 78 500 1.25
J. F. C. Ludolphs 79 500 1.25
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 80 500 1.26
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 81 500 1.25
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 82 500 1.25
J. F. C. Ludolphs .... 83 500 1.25
Mrs. Geo. Walker ...174 250 .03
O. M. Jeppo 35 1000 2.50
Edw. RIedesel 3C 500 1.25
D. Zeller 37 500 1.26
Henry Bonerob 40 500 1.25
Tilllo Bain 181 100 .25
Charles Crano 107 1000 2.50
Charles Crano 173 8000 20. 0i
Calla Crano 177 250 .C3
John W. Crano 17G 250 .C3
Emma G. Crano 180 700 1.75
And in accordance with law and the
order of the board of directors made
on tho 8th day of August, 190G, so
many shares of each parcel of such
stock as may bo necessary will be
sold at Rooms 8 and 9 Central block,
Salt Lake City, Utah, on tho 3rd day
of October, 1900, at tho hour of 10
o'clock a. m., to pay delinquent as
sessments thereon, together with the
cost of advertising and expense of
F. W. MUHLENBRUCH, Secy.
Rooms 9 and 10 Central Block, Sail
Lako City, Utah.
Salt Lako City, Sept. 17, 190C.
By order of tho board of directors
the salo herein provided for is hereby
postponed until tho 10th day of Octo
ber, 190G, at 10 o'clock a. m.
F. W. MUHLENBRUCH, Sec.
To Fight Forest Fires.
"Lumbermen in western Montana
have organl7d to fight forest fires,"
3aid Georgo McGregor, of Butte. In
past years tlipre never was coopera
tion on U'9 "Tt cf th-1 big t 'ier
men, with t' " result tlif i small flri
that by con :rted effort might have
been extinguished, gained such head
way as to destroy millions upon mil
ions of feet of valuable timber. The
plan Is to raise a fund of $G,000 with
which to buy chemicals, which will
bo stationed at all lumber camps and
near-by towni, so that in case of a fire
volunteers may have tho means to ex
tinguish it before It gains great headway.
Has No Charm for Americans.
Only two American vessels havo
entered tho harbor of Bordeaux in
ten years, and these wero prlvato
yachts which sought refuge during
tho Spanish-American war.
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