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6 . tHjE SALTiAKS TKTBTOTE: TTED2rESDAT MQEInXNTG-, JUSTE 1, 19U;k jfc
I I ews Mure, of Prospect, of Furnace and of ML )
I NEW RECORD IN
CROP OF LEAD
Production nt the American's "Fur
naces the Largest in the His
tory of tho State.
frnilE output of lead bullion at the
R Murray furnaces of the American
IJi Smeltln? &. Refining company In
May attained a total of S.tOO.OOO
pounds, tho crop for the month being
the largest in the history of tho State.
Notwithstanding the stupendous, height
to which It rose, however, the producer
of that metal is overwhelming present
equipment and Is pledged under present
contracts to' supply the company with j
sufficient to Justify It In the Installation
of at least two more furnaces and with
the construction of which Manager
Whitloy has hpenaulhorlzed to proceed.
Indecd.not 0116 of ;lhe hlg producers has
been exerting Itself while It Is said of
those of Park City, now tho principal
source nf Utah's supply of that metal,'
that to the present tonnage SO per cent
might be added without distress. With
the production of this enormous volume
of lead the output of gold and silver has
kept pace, no doubt, although data re
lating to these mctalB has not been re
leased. The record at the Murray smelt
er. It Is said, exceeds that of any In the
American's system of plants and un
doubtedly entitles the local manage
ment and its clllclent stafT to partici
pate in that appropriation of $100,003
which the executive committee has de
creed shall be dlldel among Its attaches.
Iv CHAPTER OF STRIKES
' AT GOLDFIELD, NEV
In his digest of development at Gold
flcld. Nev., during the weekending Fri
V. day last, James F. O'Brien publisher
j of the News of that cmp, says that no
j less than five bonaflde strikes were
f made, while developments in the Janu
ary have been nothing less than as
toundhig. Last Saturday ''over twenty
lens were produced and sacked which
averaged $77L'.G2 per ton in gold an ag
gregate of S1G.00O worth in round num
bers. This wns In addition to the usual
amount of $10 to $50 mill ore. This
rich ore Is still holding out and while
the dully production doeB not average
as great as on Saturday, yet It i's a
wonderful showing for a flve-months-old
mine, with only n whim to raise the
arc The crosscut now shows the ledge
seventy feet in width, no wall In sight
and no waste rock. The main shaft is
now down L'OO feet and the ore in the
bottom of the shaft has changed to
sulphides. As In the Combination, this
change assures depth antl permanency
to the January ledge. But If it didn't
go down another foot, Kendall, Rellly.
Jones and Patrick, the lessees, as well
as the Goldlleld Mining company,
which owns the January, are In for a
Discussing the chapter of recent dis
closures, tho News says: The strike
thai looks the biggest on the face of It
Is tVat made In the lease of Richard,
Cowing and Burns on the Jumbo.
Ninety feet north of the shaft which
the former lessees sunk, the lodrre wns
I opened up, and at a depth of six feet
they have six feet of shipping ore, and
a careful sample across two feet as
sayed $059.70 per tcm. Gold Is plainlv
visible In lots of the rock. Some of
It Is fine and thickly studded in the ore,
v hile some pieces arc twice as large as
a pin head.
On the Commonwealth group, Just
cast of the Blue Bull, a new ledge has
been uncovered at shallow depth, which
j carries sensational values. Across nine
I feet in width the ore averages over
$100 per ton, and some specimens are
"lousy with free gold," as one of the
enthusiastic owners says. Like on the
January, this ledge was found under
loose dirt at i depth of eighteen inches.
This same ledge has been uncovered
In several trenches on the Blue Bull
claim and shows about the same
-values. In one trench a sample was
taken across eight feet, leaving out all
specimens that -were known to be
extra rich, and the assay return was
$S0 pen ton. Picked samples went from
$300 to $400 per ton.
On the Saint Ives, between the Jumbo
-ind Blue Bull the Jochua Club lessees
have made a strike which takes second
place to but few. A big strong lodge
has boon uncovered In two places, both
showing fine values. In one trench an
Averages assay was taken across four
and one-half feet of the ledge which
f.avp returns of $150.70 to the ton. In
another trench, eleven feet away, the
lowest assay secured was $40, and good
runnings have been gotten from other
places on the ledge.
A. "W. Tibbals, superintendent of the
Goldfleld Vindicator Mining company,
reports a ledge two and one-half feet
wide In the crosscut. He 13 drifting
both ways on this ledge. In the west
drift the ledge Is widening und the
quartz looks better.
I MILLS ARE GRINDING
AT DALY WEST
Each of the mills at the Daly West
of Park City, with which second-class
ores and the sllmos therefrom are be
ing converted Into a first-class product
jto in steady commission, said Ernest
Bamberger, on his return to the general
oillces, with the normal tonnage to be
recovered in a short time. The ores
that went down with tho collapse of
the big bins. are being feel to tho plant
and will have all been cleaned up in
a short time, while the reconstruction
of the bins will fohow about two weeks
H JOE BOWERS'S FAMILY
H IN SPECIAL SESSION
The shareholders of the Joe Bowers
Mining company met In special session
Hj during the afternoon and elected the
HH following directors! A. IC Hamilton
and D. McK. SInclaire of Milwaukee,
Wis., J. F. Dunn. Richard A. Keyes
HB( and Findley P. Gridley of Salt Lake.
WM Mr Gridley, who hns been serving the
WM company as Us general manager and
Hf(i 2vno has been prosecuting a consldcr-
able amount of development work on Its
TIntIc holdings during the year, sub
mitted an oral report on conditions
underground which was quite encour
aging, and will follow it up with a fi
nancial exhibit the last of the present
month. Some ore Is now being raised
to the surface while on the 300-foot
level good progress Is being made in
the drift to connect with the ore-bearing
channel on that horizon.
OF THE MONTANA
The Bonanza, telling of conditions at
the Montana of Tonopah, in which Salt
Lake Is so largely interested, says:
Shipments are being made to the full
capacity of available tcamo and the
mine never looked better. On the COO
level the McDonald ledge Is over thirty
feet wide, nine feet of which is hlgh
ATade shipping ore, carrying from $200
per ton up and the balance1 wllPmlll $50.
Tho same publication sayq,:p:-h.' new
camp along that zone- The Gold Reef
district, about two miles southeast of
Gold Mountain. Is developing in a most
satisfactory manner, and If the surface
values continue to depth a boom is llke
Ty to occur there any time. Men who
are disinterested believe that some rich
permanent mines will be opened up.
The formation is rhyollte with strong
porphyry dikes running north and
south, and qiurtz veins with an east
and west course making Into them.
These veins are comparatively low
grade on surface, the rich ore being
In quartz stringers in the dikes, the
porphyry also carrying good values.
AGAIN IN TRANSIT
The management of the Utah Copper
company of Bingham began the loading
of another 150-ton lot of high-grade
copper concentrates containing fine val
ues In gold and silver, the intervals be
tween shipments that are growing
hourly less, affording the best evidence
of the success with -which that splendid
undertaking In the porphyries of the
camp is being exploited. Indeed this
will have been the third consignment
to arrive from the plant since Saturday
last, with a total of twenty carloads of
concentrates for the month, while this
will be exceeded in June. Manager D.
C. Jackling will arrive from Colorado
the present week, accompanied, per
haps, by n number of the company's
officials. Superintendent Janny promis
ing them several surprises underground I
as well as at the concentrator.
PRESIDENT SIMON TO
VISIT THE SUNRISE
Inquired a few days ago while In
vountarlly called upon to share the
right of way with the animal employed
in tarmming ores from the mines of
the Sunrise company, Park Valey,
Manager Sochwitz Is taking an en
forced rest. In the squeeze that fol
lowed the meeting with the steed his
shoulder blade was painfully damaged,
but he promises to be abroad again In
a few days. Next week President Sig
Simon will leave for camp and report
ing to- the shareholders on his returns
orders to proceed with tho construction
of the proposed mill will be decided on.
The management reports several ex
posures of oro. containing from $C tc)
534 gold per ton, while the tonnage is
Increasing steadily with the progress of
PILED UP IN MAY
The month among the bread-makers
closed on dividends aggregating $213,
G0O and with the average company
maintaining a surplus with which to
meet almost any contlgency. The Sil
ver King, premier of the Park, ap
peared 'at the head of the column, with
the Dally WoBt back In second place
and Grand Central third, the record
appearing as follows:
Annie Laurie , $12,500
Daly West , 72,0X
Grand Central v 25.C00
Silver King 100,000
Utah of Deep Creek i,ouo
Total i .$213,500
UTAH COPPER AND
Articles of Incorporation ot tho Utah
copper company, organized in New Jer
sey with a capitalization of $l,KO,000, were
filed yesterday in the office o Secretary
of State Hammond, The principal place
of business of the company Is in Jersey
City, N. J. Tho local agent of the cor
poration is tho Corporation' Trust com
pany of Salt Lake. The capital stock Is
divided Into 150.CO0 shares of the par value
of $10 each. Tho following aro the names
of tho Incorporators: Kenneth K. Mc
Laren, Spencer Penrose and C. M Mac
Nolll. Articles of Incorporation of tho Peoria
Mining and Milling company wero record
ed yesterday in the County Clerk's office.
Tho capital stock of tho company Is $50
000, divided Jnto shares of the pnr value
of 10 cents each. Tho ' properties of tho
company nro located in Tooclo county.
The following aro tho officers: Edward
Clarey. president; James G. Brown vice
president; W. M. Gundy, secretary and
CLAIMS CONTAIN VAST
Speclol to The-Tribune.
LIS HI, May 31. The United States
Smelting & Refining company hns pur
chased from Otto Hudson and S. J.
Taylor a group of mining claims in
Rush valley, about ' ten miles south of
Mercur, on the S. P. L. A. & S. L
branch from Lehl Junction. The claims
contain vast deposits of nearly pure
limestone, containing also some iron
making It an Ideal proposition for flux
The smelter people are building a
spur about a mile and a half from the
railroad to the properties and in about
six weeks will be shipping about 300
tons of lime rock per day. N
Ring up 1053-2 for all Kinds of re
Dalra or alterations on your buildings.
Screens and Job work a specialty. Esti
mates cheerfully given. H, F. Williams
160 East Second South; '
THE TRIBUNE NEWS STANDS
BOSTON Crawford, Parker.
CHICAGO Auditorium. Great Northern.
DENVER Brown Palace.
KANSAS CITY Midland. Coatcs.
LOS ANGELES The Angclus. B. F.
ijordncr, M5 Spring Street.
NEW YORK Waldorf-Astoria. Imperi
al, Astor House.
OMAHA The Millard. Tho Paiton
PORTLAND. OR.-Portland Hotel.
ST. LOUIS Planters'. Southern.
SEATTLE Hotel Northern.
WASHINGTON Wlllard. Raleigh.
ON MINING EXCHANGE
The month on the mining oxchange
closed on the sale of -150,008 shares of
stock, that brought 5H-US6.7S, and be
hind -U left a record of declines that Is
wjllltfiit a precedent in the 'local mar
ket. ' Iijj this Con. Mercur was tho more
conspicuous, although Its losses were
gradual and were Confined to cents con
trasted with the dimes and sometimes
the dollars that characterized the lluc
tuatlons In the more aristocratic. For
the decline in Daly West the market
had been prepared, however reluctant
a certain element within it was to heed
the admonition, while Silver King went
down under the weight of a rule to
which there was scarcely an exception.
Daly-Jude developed strength because
of the lack of offerings, as did Daly,
although the possibilities of the hit
ter's Mazeppa ledge held out no light
temptation to tho Investor, yhllc On
tario was generally neglected. Grand
Central, Vjth much to support it, was
generally In good demand, although
provoklnglyv stationary, while Bullion
Beck, which has shown an increased
tonnage, was weak throughout. Mon
tana of Tonopah was quite active at
intervals, during which Its splendid
surplus was exploited, while Tonopah
pere developed but meager support.
Boston Con., which was given a niche
on the regular board, never relaxed,
while U. S. from day to day reflected
the market for It in Boston. The earn
ings from any tource had little to do
In deteriorating the market value of
shares, an example of this, the Inat
tention to which Horn Silver that Is
reporting with a larger volume of ore
than at any period in many years and
which Is to pay another dividend In
July, was subjected. The experience of
Mammoth was similar. Tho lesser
lights all suffered and those that did
not marie up losses were mostly Inac
tive. The day in the pit closed on tho
stile of 13,650 shares for $5151 and on
the following market: k
I A. M. p. M.
I Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked.
AJax $ .10 $. $ .HM:S -15
Alice 10 15
Boston C. .. C.50 G.12 5.C0
B. -LIberal .. .13 .13Tt .13 .13
Carisa 05 .OS .00 .OS
Century- .70 .74
Creole .. 60
C. Mercur .. .21 ,21V- -21 .22Vi
Daly 2A0 2.C0 2.25 2.C3
Daly-Judge. 4.20 4.50 4.00 4.25
Daly Weat .. 23.75 I 23.S0 23.70 2-1.20
Dalton 00U OOW
E. & B. B. . .50 .90 . 50
G. Central .. 4. CO 4.S0 -i.52,4 -1.S0
Horn Silver . 1,10 1.10
Joe B CO1-
Little Chief . .01 .01 .Ol'j .02 "
L. Mam 15 .25 .10
La Relno .. .Ol'.i M .04 .03
M -Tonopah 1-52' 1.C5 1.50 l.G7A
Mammoth .. .CO .92 ,'. .03
May Day .. .03 03V1 .02 .03
M. Wash. .. .O0"4 .01 .00tf .00&
New York . .0-3 .07- .05 .00
Ontario 3.50 3.50
Petro 03 .OStf .07 .10
R.-An'conda .00 0Qi
R.-H'stako . 50 60
SunHhlno 05 .01 .0191
Swansea 25 25
S. Swansea . .03 03
Sacramento . .1371 -HVt .13 .11
Silver King 54.00 4D.0) C4.C0
Star Con. .. .11 .lift .11 .11
Silver S . 01 .02
Tonopah .... 7.00 S.50
Tetro 27 .29 VI .27 .29tf
U. States . 19.62V- 13.50
U. Sam. C... .17 .17 .1G .17
Utah if) .50 .51 ..5S
Victor 01 .02 .01
Wabash 02 .. 02
Yankee C ..( .33ill .30 .33
Daly West, 75 at $23.75; 50 at $23.70; 25 at
Sacramento, 900 at lie.
Uncle Sam Consolidated. COO at 17c: 500
Petro. 1000 at Sc.
Shares told, 30o0.
Selling value, $3941.
Petro, 10)0 at Sc.
Shares sold, 1000.
Selling value, $S0.
AFTERNOON SALES; ' ' -Daly-Judge.
ICO at J4.20.
May Day, 2500 at 3c.
Llttlo Chief. 1000 at lc.
New York, 500 at cy,c; C000 at Cc.
Shares sold, 7100.
Selling value. $722.50.
Con. Mercur. 500 at 22c; 1000 at "c
seller ten dayfl, '
Llttlo Chief. 1000 nt lc.
Sacramento, 1000 at 14c.
Shares sold, 3500.
Selling value, $487.50.
NEW YORK MINING STOCKS!
Adams Con $ .30 Ontario .... 3 75
Allco 40 Ophlr 5.G0
Breeco 11 phoenix 13
Brunswick C. .. .13 potos 16
Com. Tunnel ... .10 auvago j
Con. C & V.... 1.55 Sierra Nov. i'o
Horn Sliver .... 1,60 Small Hopes ... .15
,'!?vl?,C; -S? Stnndard 2.23
Llttlo Chief 05
BOSTON MINING STOCKS.
Adventure ..$ 1.50 Mohawk 39.M
AI,0Vez M. C. & C. 3.50
AmnI- ki Dom. ... 12.50
Am. Z no .... 9.50 Ouceola M.M
Atlantic (.o0 Parrot 23.50
Bingham .... 20.C0 Qulncv . . so fO
C. & II ,.-44452 CO Shannon . : C li
Centennial .. 19.00 Tamarack .. 75.00
Copper R .. 9 .62 Trinity 3.75
Daly West .. 24.W r. S. Mln. .. 19.02
Dom. Coal .. 05. CO r. s Oil 0 f
Franklin .... 7.C0 Utah 33.50
Grancy ..... 3.37 Victoria 2.25
Ialo Roynlo . 6.2a Winona 5.75
&Sln:r: i AVolvcrino
San Francisco Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 31.-Tho official
closing quotations for reining stocks to
day woro as follows
AU $ -OS Halo & N .75
Af 15 justce l7
Sh?r -ti -. S Mexican 1.55
ISfL B 1-52 Occl. Con 79
Bullion 12 Ophlr 5.37
Caledonia S7 Ovormnn id
chanengo a 20 vltoT?. : 7
Cnollcir ic SavQB0
Confidence. ..... 1.10 sfg. Belcher .V. U
Con. C. & V ... leg Sierra Nevada.. .S9
Con. Imperial ., .01 Silver Hill f
GujaTc.:::::: ; .
OF UTAH METALS
Hecord for Month Exceeds S3,000,000
With Everything Foretelling
iN THE "open market" tuc settle
ments on ores and bullion during
the montn which closed Its record
last night, aggregated $2,001,700.
Durlnir tho K.im iwrlnrl iliiv u-.i for
warded by the copper sneit rs copper
bullion, containing gold and silver ap
proximating 4,000,000 poimds. for which
the producers received approximately
5l.cno.000. this swelling the total to fig
ures e.i-c-cdlng $3,000,000. Including tho
copper proeluccd dining the month at
iho lu.-T.aces of tlu American smelter
the crop of copper grown In
the State during the inohch amounted
to 1. 320.000 pound", although a revision
or these figures that shall show an ex
cess Js not unllk?ly. whon the ilnal re
.cord is compiled. Of what tre ?opper
iicaring mines In the State are capable
the exhibit Is hardly an accurate rellex,
for not one in this categary ha3 been
levied on to that extent. Down at the
valley furnaces everything foretells a
new record In June, nor will tho smelt
ers be permitted to demonstrate their
capacity until the run for July Is made
as the enlargements at the Utah Con.'s
plant will not go into commission until
June 20 or thereabouts. The Bingham
Con. also promises a now record the
nresent month with Its balterv of four
furnaces in operation while nt the U.
S. smelter a material Increase Is as
sured. The May record, at the copper
smelters some of It estimated was
compiled as follows:
Bingham Con 1.0SO.0O0
Utah Con 1,257,000
United States j... 1,051,000
Total , 3.3SS.0CO
In the open market the day's settle
ments on ore and bullion amounted to
$139,300, McCornlck & Co. reporting
them as follows: American bullion
$76,700. gold, silver lead and copper
In the melal market during the day
silver ruled at 55 cents an ounce and
lead at $3.50 per hundred pounds, while
casting copper was marked down two
points to 12 cents a pound.
UTAH IN MISSOURI
SCHOOL OF MINES
In the class which graduates this
year from the Missouri school of mines
and metallurgy Utah Is represented by
Thomas S. Carnahan, son of one of
Ogdon's leading physicians and one
who has contributed not a little to the
promotion of the Industry in this State.
Before entering the Missouri school at
Holla, that State, Mr. Carnahan was
a student at the Colorado school of
mines, Golden, and with the equipment
with which these schools and practical
researches In the diggings have en
dowed him, his friends have no doubt
of his ultimate prominence In the pro
fession. Those who are in receipt of
invitations regret that all cannot be
present at the. commencement exercises,
June 1, I
Still Quiet in Boston.
Special to The Tribune.
BOSTON. Mass.. May 31. Tho holidays
did not help the Boston market. Specu
lation In local shares Is as quiet as It
was last week. A few commlsslon-houso
orders mado their appearance at the
opening, but these wero soon filled op
and tho market became dull, but inclined
to heaviness whero trading was seen. Tho
weakness In Amalgamated was Inclined
to bring In selling throughout tho list,
but no general prcssuro was seen. Mar
ket remained quiet until the closing.
Hornblower & Weeks, brokers, 53 Stato
street, Boaton. and 10 Wall street New
York, furnish the following quotations:
Sales. High. Low. Close.
Amalgamated ..2.3SI $50 S7 $19.02 $19.75
Bingham 25 20.50
Daly West 1D0 24.12 24.00 24.00
Mercur 0 .25
Utah 335 33.C2
United States 19.75 19.02
Curb Boston, $5.G2&S.87.
Col. C. E. Loose, manager of tho Grand
Central of Tintlc, who was In town dur
ing the day, assures local interests that
tho bonanza was never In as lino condition
physically, but declined to antlclpato any
action of tho official household with ref
erence to an Increase in the dividend.
President James Ivors of tho Lost
Packer received a letter yesterday advis
ing him that tho pack-train has reached
camp at Loon Creek, Ida. Ho expects tho
forwarding of ores to follow In a short
time, and with tho condition of the prop
erly la very much pleased. ,
Active resumption will take place at the
Overland mines. Sunshine, today.
Frank B. Cook left for Bingham yes
Superintendent I-L E. Van Houscn, the
efllclent superintendent of tho Copper
Belt railway at Bingham, was In town
conferring with Manager Bayly yester
day, William M. Bryant, formerly Identified
with the Majestic and other properties,
has gono cast in tho Interest of a big
W. ,W- Armstrong left for Park City
Andrew J. Malloy of the Blnghnm &
New Haven has gone to tho general of
fices In the East, much pleased with tho
condition of tho properties.
Tho assessment on Silver Shield of
Bingham becomes delinquent today.
Tho 3-cent assessment on Now York of
Park City becomes delinquent on Monday
next. . '
Wlllard F. Snyder, general manager of
the Honerine mines and mill at Stockton
leaves for camp this morning.
Superintendent R. W. Rodgcrs of the
Bingham Con.'s Bingham system of
mines camo In from camp yesterday and
accompanied by Mrs. Rodgers. departoei
for tho big show at St. Louis last night.
Tho B. W. & H. company of Marvsvalo
nppearod on yesterday's market with a
lot of ore showing $20.40 gold, with 7 5
ounces silver, per ton.
IT. W. Tronam, superintendent of tho
Beaver-Harrison company's proporties in
Beaver county, camo in from camp again
yesterday morning. ' b
Manager Chlpman has rotumod from
ivu,UoC,u SamlloC1 TlntC much pleased
with the. now disclosures down there.
Ono hundred shares of Ontario, at 51
changed hands on tho New York stock
board last week.
DENVER AND RETURN, $20,
Via D. & K. G., May 20-21.
Five days' transit limit In each direc
tion. Final limit June 10, See any RI0
Grande agent, J
Information with which Henry M.
Crowthcr, general manager of the Con
tinental company, came in from Alta
yesterday Indicates , a development in
the Alta-Quincy that is more sensation
al, perhaps, than any since the patri
archal days of the old Emma mine.
AVhlle he was not permitted, In the rush
of personal responsibilities, to visit the
neighbor, said Mr. Crowther, he was
informed by John Slilwell. an authority
who Js. universally accepted, that on
the contact which was recently broken
Into, Superintendent Colbath has
opened up no less than fifty feet of ore,
his Informant having made personal
measurement of the disclosure. Over
It the entire population of the camp Is
much enthused, said Mr. Crowther and
he has no reason to believe other than
that Mr. Stll well's rooort Is based upon
actual conditions. While samples of
ore from the contact In the Quincy have
reached the general oillces In this city
theh management positively declined to
discuss the development until particu
lars have been forwarded by the super
intendent who apparently finds the sit
uation too exciting to draw away from
at this time.
Mr. Crovther says the road is now
open to Continental -Alta bins and that
ores will begin moving actively from
all sources the last of the week. The
management of. the' Columbus Con. Is
working stcadllyVon its power plant,
while getting the-'machlnery for its con
centrator into camp with every one
conlldent of success the present season.
" r gr- AMERICAN
fygC 82.50 to S4.00
S1.00 to S3.00 " -
Pembroke Soils Them.
Loose leaf ledgers and Invoice books.
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all gro
cers and first-class restaurants.
Galena Mine. Principal place of busl
ncFs, Suit Lake City. Utah. Notice.
There aro delinquent upon tho following
described stock on account of assessment
No. 11. levied April 2. 1904. the several
amounts sot oppoaito tho names of tho re
spective shareholders, as follows:
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
277-Setta Kahn 103 $ 2.00
303 Albert Mayers 100 2.C0
31S-Albort Mayers 200 -1.00
33S Albert Mayors 100 2.C0
310 Albert Mayers CO 1.00
3S5 Albert Mayers 100 2.C0
495 Albert Mayers 300 COO
195 Albert Mayers 300 0.00
623 P. J. Reed 10 .20
539 Maurice Loeb COO 10.00
62V-Julius Joseph .: 1,000 20.00
629-Sctta Kahn SCO G.00
C4C P. J. Reld 1 .02
CGI II. T. Spencer GS 17.30
GS2 Jonas Joacph Ill 2.22
694 Albert Mayers 91 l.SS
734 Maurice Locb 55 1.10
7C3 H. T. Spencer 5,SD) 11C.40
791 Albert Mayers 100 2.00
929-Aaron Kcysor 4.921 9S.42
9IS Aaron Koysor 2,100 42-00
9CS-Clara Llttlo '. 333 C.fG
969 Romania Llttlo 333 G.C0
970 Feramorz Llttlo 333 G.CC
'971 Decker Little 331 C.6
1029 IT. B. Koosor 500 10.00
11C0 J. and J. Josoph 4S9 9.78
And In accordance with law and an
order of the board of directors mado
April 2. 1901, so many shares of each
parcel of such stock Hs may bo neces
sary will be sold at the company's of
llce. .017 McCornlck block. Salt Lako City.
Utah, on tho 2Sth day of May. 1901. at 10
a. m.. to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, together with the costs of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
E. H. MEAD, Secretary-
Office. C17 McCornlck block.
By order tho board of directors, salo
on above Is postponed until Saturday,
Juno 1, 1001. at 10 a. m. i
x07 E. II, Mead, Sec'y.
Location of principal place of business.
Stilt Lako City. Utah.
Notice of sale ror iVUnquent assess
ment Kelth-O'Brlciv Company.
There arc delinquent upon tho follow
ing described stock on account of as
sessment levied on tho 8th day of March,
1901, tho several amounts set opposlto tho
names of tho respective stockholders, aa
No.of No.of Am.t of
Name of Owner. Cort.Sharcs,Ass'mt.
IT, A. Nelson 8 20 $1,000
H A. Nelson 9 20 1,000
H. A. Nelson 10 10 5C0
W. M. O'Brien 27 50 2,500
W. M. O'Brlon 28 0 2,50)
Mary E. Myton 33 10 500
Maria A. Mostyn Owcn.3l 2 lis
Mrs. A. II. Tarbet 3S CO l.EOO
Mrs. A- II. Tarbet ..'....39 20 1.CO0
Jas. X. Forguson 35 CO 2,500
Jas. X. Ferguson ..60 CO 2,600
Jas. X. Ferguson Gt 25 1,250
And In accordance with law and an
order of tho board of directors mado on
tho Stli day of March, 1901. In the reso
lution levying tho said assessment, so
many shares of each parcel of such stock
as mav bo necessary will bo sold at tho
offlco of said company, room 100. David
Keith building. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
tho Gth day of June. 1901, at tho hour
of two o'clock p. m., to pay tho delin
quent assessments thereon, together with
tho costs of advertising and tho expenses
of sale. E. G. KIDDER,
Offlco: Room 100. David Keith building
Salt Lako City, Utah. wlSOC
NOTICE TO "WATER-USERS. '
Stato Engineer's Office, Salt Lako Cltv
May 12. 190-1. "
Notice Is hereby given that John Precco
whoso pofltoffico address is Farmlngton
Davis county. Utah, has mado appllcal
Hon In accordance with the requirements
of Chapter ICO of the Session 1 u 0f
Utah, 1903, to appropriate two one-hun-dredths
C2-100ths) of a second-foot of tho
water flowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek, in Davis countv
to be diverted by means of dams and
headgatcs at a point on Bald creek about
19.5 chains north and 14-1 chains east from
tho cjouthwest corner of Section IS Town
ship 3 north. Range 1 east. Salt L-ik
base and meridian, from where tho witor
will bo conducted through a ditch for A
distance of about 214 foot and thero hn
used from April 1 to November 1 of oarh
year to Irrigate about l.SS acres of lnnri
in lot 9. block 15, Big Creek plat. In said
Davis county. u
All protests against the granting of said
application, otatlng the reasons therefor
must be made In writing and filed In this
office after thirty (30) days and before
sixty (GO) daya from tho clato hereof
A. F. DOREMUS. '
First publication May fmsfjuii'
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled .bids will bo received until 10 1 m
Monday, Juno 6. 1S0-I. at tho offlco of thn
DMcrct Agricultural and ManufictGrlnk
soclcty. room 16 Hoopor block, for the
stoel work for thu new fair building -it
Agricultural park. Salt Lako City. Plan
and specifications may bo seen at the nf
flee of Ware & Tregan.i. architect
Hoopor block Tho society rwrvedtho
right lo reject any and all bids
NELSON A. EMPEY.
W, J, Batcman. Secretary, PfC3ld "?2213 f
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IN THE TI-irRD Jl'DiriAL PISTRirr
court of the State of Utah, countv of Salt 7
Loko, department No. 1. Anna L War- '? fe'.'i
i'?r, plalntltT. vs. Harry J. Warner, dc- '1 iuT,
fendant. Summons. i ,Jt
The State of Utah to said defendant X" kG
lou ar hereby summoned to appear Si ?!T
within twenty day after tho sorvlcr f
thin summons upon you. If served wlthiu u t
the county In which thlk action U Si
brought, otherwise, within thirty d.ija 'M y
after service, and defend th aboo cnti- ?
tied action; and in cae of your failure v Vh-
so to do, judgment will bo r-ndrreil L'
apalnst you according to tho demand of v
the complaint, of which a copv Is here- (
wLt.h.se.rvi "P011 'ou- antl t,,c original of & i?
which Is now on file In the office of tha 9
Clerk of said court. kftt
S. P. ARMSTRONO, ft
Attorney for Plaintiff i " ii
P. O. Addrese, 122 Commercial Block,
Salt Lake City. Utah. Vll7 Si .f
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Notice la horeby glx'en that W. F Sny- W'&t
eler, who la the sole owner of the Jowclry 'mX '
firm heretofore doing buslncas at No. It3 Piu
Scuth laln street. Salt Lako City, Vtah.JZmwL
under the name of Lyon 1 Co., will PSIK
all obligations existing against an Id tlrm p l-.
at this date, but will not be responsible
for any obligations or Indebtedness here- flT" I
after contracted by any person In tho lPlik.
nam of Lyon & Co. AH pereons Indobted A 7
to said Lyon & Co. aro requested to jnake iir fee
payment to the undersigned at No. 214 aim
Atlas blocn. Sale Lake City, where o 1 jiWCT
prosc-nt outstanding obligations will be IB
settled at ;my time after Junu 1. 1101. M
r. P. SNYDER- W
Dated Muy 19, M