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H 14 TRUTH '
Hj'll Soutli of Rango 1 East, Salt Lake Me-
H'fl ridlan, thenco north 3G.5 rods; thenco
H , west 5 rods and 10 foot; thenco In a
H ) southwesterly direction along tho ca-
H nal to a point .12 rods and 2V& feet
H. I west of the place of beginning; thenco
Hl cast 12 rods 2 feet, to tho place of
Hf i beginning.
H' ) Bids will be received in writing on
H. L or beforo tho 10th day of November,
1 f 190G, at tho ofllco of O. H. Dackman,
M No. 32 South Main, Constitution Build-
H I lng basement, Salt Lako City, Utah.
M G. H. BACKMAN,
H Administrator of tho estate of
Johan Erickson, deceased.
H C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for Estate.
Hi J C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney,
H Constitution Bldg.
H i NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
B Estato of Sophia Theresla Holnian,
M Creditors will present claims with
M vouchers to tho undersigned at tho
M law ofllco of C. M. Ncllson, room
H 237-8 Constitution bldg., Salt Lako
M City, Utah, on or boforo the 5th day
H of March, A. D. 1097.
H ERIC M. HOLMEN,
M Administrator of Estnto of Sophia
fl Theresla Holmcn, deceased.
M Dato of first publication November
H 3, A. D. 190G.
H il C. M. NIELSEN, Attorney.
H C. B. JACK, Attorney,
H D. F. Walker Bldg.
H NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
M Estate of Henry Carter, deceased.
M Creditors will present claims with
M vouchers to the undersigned at No.
M 3G West Second South street. Salt
m Lako City, Utah, on or beforo tho fifth
H day of March, A. D. 1907.
H JOHN WEIR, JR.,
H Administrator of the Estato of Hen-
B ry. Carter, deceased
Hj ' Date of first publication, November
j 3rd, A. D. 190G.
H C. B. JACK, Attorney.
H I O. H. BACKMAN, Attorney.
H 32 South Main Street.
Hl In tho District Court, Probato Dlvl-
H slon, in and for Salt Lako County,
1 State of Utah.
fl In tho matter of tho estate of John
fl P. Johnson, deceased. Notico.
H Tho petition of Arthur Johnson,
H praying for the issuanco to h.mself of
M Letters of Administration in tho Es-
M tato of John P. Johnson, deceased,
1 has been set for hearing on Saturday,
H tho H7h day of Novombor, A. D. 190G,
' at 10 o'clock A. M., at tho County
M Court House, in tho Court Room of
H said Court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
M Lake county, Utah.
H Witness the Clerk of said Court
H with tho seal thereof nfllxed, this 1st
M day of Novombor, A. D. 190G.
H J. U. ELDREDGE, JR., 1
1 By W. H. Farnsworth, Deputy Clerk.
H a. H. BACHMAN, Attorney for Petl-
H ASSESSMENT NO. 8.
H BONANZA CONSOLIDATED MIN-
H ING COMPANY. Principal place of
m business. Salt Lako City, Utah. Loca-
H tlon of mines, Park City, Utah.
! Notico is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho board of directors of
H the Bonanza Consolidated Mining com
H ' pany, held on tho 4th day of Septem
fl ber, 190G, assessment No. 8 of one (1)
H cent per eharo was levied upon the
H capital stock of the corporation, Issued
H and outstanding; payable immediately
1 to tho secretary at his ofllco. No. 94
; Commercial National Bank building,
H Salt Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon
which this assessment may remain
unpaid tho 8th day of October, 190G,
will bo delinquent and advertised for
vile at public auction; and unless pay
lent Is made boforo, will be sold on
tho 25th day of October, 190G, at 2
o'clock p. m. at tho company's office
to pay tho delinquent assessment
thereon, together with tho costs of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
J. M. BOWMAN, Secretary.
Room 94, Commercial Block, East
Second South St.
By order of tho board of directors
of tho Bonanza Consolidated Mining
company, tho time for the sale of the
delinquent stock for assessment No.
8 as In tho notico above set forth, is
hereby extended from October 25th
to Novombor 25th, 1906.
J. M. BOWMAN,
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER DEED OF
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
tho undersigned, C. Frank Emery,
sheriff of Salt Lako County, Utah,
named as successor in trust to Eugene
Lewis, trustee, in a certain deed of
trust wherein Julius J. Lllya and Mar
garet Lilya, his wife, aro first parties
and said Lewis, second party, and Na
thaniel French is named as third par
ty, executed on tho sixth dav of Anrll
A. D. 1903, conveying to said second
party tho real estate nnd water stock
hereinafter described to secure tho
payment of a certain promissory note
of oven dato therewith executed by
said Julius J. Lilya In the sum of Five
Hundred Dollnrs, with interest at the
rate of ten per cent per annum, pay
able on tho first days of April and Oc
tober of each year, said note being
payable to tho order of said French
on tho first day of April, 190S, and by
tho said deed it was provided that In
case default should bo made In pay
ment of cither tho note aforesaid or
any of the interest coupon notes there
unto attached, or any part thereof, by
tho said first party, then said sec
ond party or his successors should sell
said real estate and water stock or
any part thereof at tho option of tho
holder of said noto to tho highest bid
der for cash, having given duo notico
as In said deed required, and whereas
said deed was duly acknowledged by
said first parties and was recorded in
Book 4G of Mortgages, nt pages 134
13G, in tho Salt Lako County, Utah,
Registry of Deeds, to which deed nnd
record reference Is hereby made; and
whereas tho Interest duo October 1,
1905, Is still duo and unpaid, as well
as certain other Interests, and where
as the holder of said note, C. L. Lewis,
to whom It was duly assigned by said
French for value, has notified mo In
writing, requesting mo to sell said
Now, therefore, on Monday, tne
12th day of November, A. D. 1U0G, at
tho hour of twelvo o'clock noon of said
day, at tho front door of tho county
court houso (City and County build
ing), In tho City-of Salt Lake, in flio
County of Salt Lako and Stato of
Utah, for tho purposes aforesaid, 1
shall sell to tho highest bidder for
cash tho following described real es
tato and water stock: Tho following
described tract of land in said Salt
Lako County, beginning at a point
eight hundred seventy-four 75-100
(874) foot south and soventy-two
(72) rods east of tho northwest corner
of tho southeast quarter of section
two (2), of township two (2) south of
rango ono (1) west, of Salt Lako
Meridian, and running thenco south
three hundred thirty-eight (338) feet;
thenco east eighty-eight (88) rods;
, thence north ten (10) rods more or
less to west bank of tho T' -' -.n river;
thenco northerly along L Jt bank
of said river to a point in tho south
lino produced ensterly to said river of
south lino of land conveyed by grant
ors to Magnus Johnson by deed dated
January 24, 1902, and recorded in
Book E of deeds, Salt Lake County
Registry of Deeds, at page 542; thenco
west along said produced lino nnd
said Johnson's south line to point of
commencement, containing ten (10)
acres. Also fourteen (14) shares of
tho capital stock of tho North Jordan
Canal company, evidenced by cer
tificate No. 749, together with all wa
ter rights and appudtenances.
C. FRANK EMERY,
Sheriff of Salt Lako County, Success
or In Trust to Eugene Lewis.
August 30, 190G.
Attorney for Trustee.
Probate and Guardianship Notices.
Consult County Clerk or respective
ilgners for further information.)
THURMAN, WEDGWOOD & IRVINE
237 Atlas Block.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis
trict court of Utah, Salt Lake County.
May Shlll, plaintiff, vs. Harry W.
Shlll, defendant. Summons:
Tho Stato of Utah to the said defendant:
You nro hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after tho
service of this summons upon you, if
served within tho county In which
this action Is brought, otherwiso with
in thirty days after service, and de
fend tho above entitled action; and in
case of your failure so to do, judg
ment will bo rendered against you
according to the demand of tho com
plant, which, within ten days after
tho service of this summons upon
you, will bo filed with tho clerk of
Thurman, Wedgwood & Irvine. At
torneys for Plaintiff, P. O. address,
Suite 237 Atlas Block, Salt Lake City.
RICHARDS, RICHARDS & FERRY,
502 McCornick Building.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF
Salt Lako County, Stato of Utah.
Utah Savings & Trust company, a cor
poration, plaintiff, vs. Maud M. Lloyd,
Benjamin T. Lloyd, S. H. Lynch, trus
tee; Lafayette Hnnchette and Har
vey A. Whiting, defendants. Sum
mons: Tho State of Utah to the Said De
fendants: You nro hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after the
servlco of this summons upon you, If
served within tho county in which
this action is brought, otherwiso with
in thirty days after service, and de
fend tho abovo entitled action; and In
caso of your failure so to do, jurg
ment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to tho demand of tho com
plaint, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you.
Richards, Richards & Ferry, Plain
tiff's Attorneys, P. O. address No. 502
McCornick Building, Salt Lako City,
The Old and the New.
The man who gives up the morning
paper foregoes reading news 12 to 24
hours old. Tho man who gives up his
afternoon paper loses tho news fresh
aa it happens. Memphis News-Sclml-tar.
THE "AMERICANS" IN SUMMIT
Tho American county ticket as
named by the "committee" last week
Is very badly shattered. This week ,
F. W. Hayt, F. M. Smith, Jos. P. Lang- .
ford, R. E. Wight, C. A. Wade, C. J.
Bowden, Martha Lanlng, J.P. Sweeney I
and Robert Dalglelsh sent tho follow- I
lng notice, duly attested, to tho coun
ty clerk: "You aro hereby notified
that I decline tho nomination for the
ofllco named on tho American party
ticket, certificate of nomination of my-
self for that ofllco having been hereto- 1
fore filed with you as county clerk.
You aro therefore requested to refrain
from allowing my name to be printed
upon the official ballot."
This will leavo four lono candidates
on tho official ballot of tho American
party, namely: C. H. Getsch, sheriff,
H. S. Townsend, attorney, Jacob Lund
berg, commissioner, and J. Frank Col
lins, constable. Mr. Getsch Is located
in Idaho, and we understand would
not qualify If elected, so It is not
worth while wasting votes on him. 9
Park City Record.
Vote for Harry Joseph the miners'
TRAINING UP A HUSBAND.
Authority Gives Advice to Brides
Which Need Not Bo Followed
Too Literally. i
A great many bridegrooms aro like
Jelly. It is only when they begin to
grow cold that they become set in their
ways, says a writer In Good House
keeping. It Is always wise, therefore,
for the bride to remember this nnd
while thero Is yet tlmo to mold him
into the proper form for future keep
ing. I would admonish all brides, there
fore, to obey their own blind Instincts
nnd to train up their husbands In the
way they should go. Mere man thinks
he knows something and he is Inclined
to act upon this fatal assupmtlon too
The bride, however, does not know
she divines, and she shoi;ld hold him
sternly fast to her Intuition, selecting
for him the things that he needs or
doesn't feeding him on the things
that are good for him or are not
taking him to tho places where ho 13
anxious to go or Isn't and, In short,
doing for him all tho things that he
likes or doesn't like In tho Arm as
surance that her own sweet Incompe
tence Is by far the best guide.
Promise to Harness the Waves.
Who will harness tho ocean? Ap
paratus whereby the waves can bo
hitched to machinery and made to fur-
alsh motor power for all human needs
Is promised shortly to bo perfected. I
Tho invention consists of ono or moro I
barges launched upon tho shore as to fc- -bo
always In deep water, where they
will operate uniformly in all weatVr.
Along tho bottom of each float runs a
metal track upon which aro two little
;ar3, ono at each end, bearing heavy
weights. Tho cars aro connected by a
rod and as tho boat rocks thoy roll
back and forth along tho track, at tho
samo timo operating a pair of pistons
which compress air, and through a
tube furnish pneumatic power op
erating machinery upon shore. Tho
pumping mechanism also may bo
anapted to suck water from under the
boat and pipe It to shore in a steady
stream with sufficient forco to op- V
erate a water motor on tho beach.
Thus Is power had without recourse