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Utah Canning Factories Have HaveBegun HaveBegun
Begun to Enforce Strin Stringent Stringent
gent Rules RulesTi1Jt
That some of the canning factories of ofI
1 f 11 Flu Ill s ideal sanitary conditions and and1H andLave
Lave 1H Aopted etrlqent rules in regard rqardt
t J HK tT e tomatoes used In their output Is Ist ist
t r rI Irt brought back from Cache and andJ
J x 1 tdr r counties b by Willard Hanson Haneonr
Lt r t t cairy ry and food commissioner MrH Mr MrH
H > r rt 1 ha just completed an inpee inpeet
t of f the factories In that part ot the thelLt thertt
n l Jf are only one or two of the thet
t ty m factories In the state old olda
a 1 1 n which are not to be recom recomr
r 1 I 1 said Mr Han Hanson on yesterday yesterdayIC
IC I r nditlons have been greatly Im ImI
I hl lhe a year ago and some ot oft
t ar r nnlng factories are absolutely absolutelyf
1 I found one or two which were were1t werer
1t r t c the beet but we have In tnstated tnstatedt lllted llltedt
t lt t 1y lean Up and this work 18 be beI
I I T now I believe bell ve the canning fac fact
t 1r r r of f Utah would show better con coif
f I n t than those of any other state In Int
t 1 ltllon ltlloni eon eons
s i ha b icy and food department has hast
t 1 > 11 11 orders to canning factories factoriesr
a r T t uin using blighted or dryrot toma tomat
t 1 r tilmatoes t + + spoiled In any man many
r r I addition to this It has been or orL
L 1 1 that tomatoes must be sorted be bebfing bef
f Tr bfing to ing Icaldedtl practice which
1 11 1 I ol 1 to to the use of spoiled tomatoes tomatoestJr
tJr PJ past < t It Is claimed that some of oft
t t frTwr tailing to market spoiled spoiledtot spoiledt
tot t lr = t n have taken them to other tac tact
t fin ru mill have old them but this will willIt willrt
It b br allowed In any of the tact factories factoriest rles rlest1
+ t t1 future it It can be helped The TheItr Thet
Itr t try men as a rule are with the ther theetc
r etc tC d t artment > In this fight fightZc
110 canning facto factories have done a af ais
f 1 r < at bu buir iress 811 this year and are now nowr
r y 1 Dg work Hundreds of carloads carloadsff
ff liflpEod out of the state by the thet
t iltyom > factories and the output Is Ist
1 ir n 3 ready market in other states statesair tatestr
air tr HaT1iOn says The Industry is isT be besir
sir T r q one of the greatest in the state statei
i I rIf If a dozen factories have sprung sprungIduring
Iduring 1 4Jur ng the year in different parts of oft ofI
t L of ofEXP FFPCT
Utah Episcopal Prelate to Attend AttendConvocation AttendConvocation
Convocation and Union Meetings Meetingsin
in San Francisco PranciscotSrc FranciscoISnrial
ISnrial tSrc ial to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicann
n Francisco Sept 29This year is istj ist
tj t + mark a departure in the Itinerary of oftic oft
tic t EJiropal Ilu > ropal missionary prelates and andt
J t th thr change San Francisco Is to have have1lt haver
r 1lt from Bishop Spalding of the die dlof
+ f Ltah t tah He will reach here In InOr int
Or t1 t b 1 r end already the program bas
1 crt arranged for his visit vlsttIl
Il i ulday Oct 1i there will be a ampetlng at
t n meeting of the congregations of oflId ofa
a < lId St Lukes parishes His stay stayr
r in ontlnue Into the first Sunday SundayXmber SundayN
Xmber N t rnher and various churches of ofI
I joy cities will have him speak He Het
t 1 hI present at the convocation of oft
t FCUldsco Pr cnrisco which is set for the com comnth cornnth
nth nthFr
11 I us years missionary bishops or ort oft
t t d tJnminaUon n nination went east for their theirto
to t 1 i lriodlcal riodieal visitations N New w York YorkPi1adplphla YorkP
Pi1adplphla P being preferred cities citiesH
H s 1 r considered on8i erf > d that comm commercially commerciallyt < rcially rciallyt
t t st t Is taking its place In the
bu business lne s world ot the nation and that It ItIs itis
Is sufficiently developed In a churchly churchlyway
way to take a place In missionary uplift upliftand upliftand
and sustenance sustenanceThe
The Episcopalians Epl copaJlans look at the innova innovation Innovation
tion as an increase In the scope of ofchurch ofchurch
church activities as well as a desira desirable desirable
ble opportunity for the broadening out outof outof
of religious work in the local fieldRSUT field fieldI fieldRESULT
Mrs Mary A Ross Accepts 2400 2400for 2400for
for Death of Her Husband Killed Killedin
in Automobile Accident AccidentMr
Mr Mary A Ross has accepted 2400 2400for 2400for
for the death or her husband George T JRoss TRoa
Ross who died after injuries received receivedat
at C street and First avenue when whenlitruek whenstruck
struck by Dr H N Maos automobile automobileon
on Sept 1S 1908 As a result or the thempromise thepompromise
mpromise > Judge George G Arm Armstrong Armstrong
strong of the district court rendered renderedJudgment renderedjudgment
Judgment for 4011 and costs yesterday yesterdayMrs esterdayMrs
Mrs R Rosa ss In her own behalf and as asguardian asguardian
guardian for her children Vllote E ESarah ESarah
Sarah George T and Charles T Ross Rosshad Rossbad
had brought suit for 5000 actual and
5000 exemplary damages for the death deathot
ot Ross RossThe RossThe
The accident which caused Ross Rossdeath Rossdeath
death occurred at about i30 ocloclt in inthe inthe
the evening of Sept 16 last year ear Ross Rosswas Roeswas
was riding in a surrey with H T Rom Romne Romney
ney ne Jr and T D Wardrobe going goingsouth goingsouth
south on C street The collision came at atFirst atFirst
First avenue when Dr Mayo speeding speedingalong speedingalong
along In his automobile to get out of ofthe ofthe
the rain ran Into the surrey without withoutseeing withoutseeing
seeing it Ross was thrown from the thebum thebuggy
bum and died two days later laterCONTRACT laterCONTRACT
A contract drawn up at the office of ofA ofA
A R Barnes attorney general was wasentered wasentered
entered into Wednesday betwe n the thestate thestate
state and Tames H Clow under which whichMr whichMr
Mr Ciow will erect a fish hatchery and andbrick andbrick
brick cottage at Spring Creek Utah Utahcount Utahcounty
count on the property recentl recently ob obtalned ohtamed
tamed by the state for the Utah count counthatcher countyhatchery
hatchery The contract calls for a con consideration consideratlon
sideration of 3600 and the work Is to tobe tobe
be completed within sixty das dasThe daysThe
The hatchery will have a capacity of
2000000 fr fry The brick cottage to be bebuilt bebuilt
built will be for the warden in charge chargeof
of the hatchery hatcherySUNDQUIST hatcherySUNDQUIST
The 20000 damage suit of Mrs Eva EvaSundquist EvaSundquist
Sundquist against the Snowflake Mm Mmlag Iin IinIng
lag company brought to recover dam damages damages
ages for the death of her husband husbandMatt husbandMatt
Matt Joel Sundquist in the companys companysmine companysmine
mine in Tuab count county was dismissed dlsmi58edwithout dismissedwithout
without prejudice before Judge 11 L LRitchie LRitchie
Ritchie of the district court yesterday yesterdaThe yesterdayThe
The accident occurred on Dec 1 1 1905 1905when 5 5when
when a cage tipped over catching catchingSundquist catchingSundquist
Sundquist beneath It and crushing him himto himto
to death It Is understood a compro compromise compromise
mise was effected effectedUTAH effectedUTAH
Edwin Evans Chosen President and andCommittees andCommittees
Committees Named NamedAt
At the annual election of officers at atthe atthe
the meeting of the Utah State Art In Institute Institute
stitute held Tuesday evening at the thehome thehome
home of Mrs E Bonnemort Edwin EdwinEvans EdwinEvans
Evans was chosen president or the In Institute Institute
stitute R n Irvine vice president presidentand
and Mrs R Bonnemort secretary and andtreaaurer andtreasurer
treasurer The committee on lectures lecturesconsists lecturesconsists
consists or Ora Irvine Mrs Y S Ste Stephens Stephens
phens and James E Erskine A com committee committee
mittee on art collection consisting of ofIrs ofMrs
Irs E Uonnpmort l1is Mary Teas
The usual symptoms of Scrofula are enlarged glands of the neck necksores necksores
sores and ulcers on the body skin affections catarrhal troubles weak weakeyes weakoyes
eyes and general poor health The inherited poison transmitted through throught1e
the blood pollutes and weakens this fluid and in place of its nutritive nutritivequalities nutritivequalities
qualities fills the circulation with scrofulous matter which saps the vitality vitalityof
of the entire system Thousands of children born with a scrofulous taint taintrhave tainthave
have spent their childhood in constant physical suffering and grown torianhood to toInanhood
Inanhood or womanhood handicapped b by y ill ill health and s stunted growth growthand growthand
and perhaps later some disease of the bones or joints developed S S B Bgiven Sgiven
given in their early life would have prevented this It would have havedeansed havecleansed
cleansed and purified the blood of the taint nourished and stengthenert stengthenerttheir
their systems and assisted each to grow into strong healthful manhood manhoodor
or womanhood S S S is the very best remedy for Scrofula It goes goesdown goesdown
down to the bottom of the trouble and cleanses the circulation of all allEcrofulous allscrofulous
scrofulous matter It supplies the weak diseased blood with strength strengthand
and healthbuilding qualities and under the purifying affects of this great greatremedy greatremedy
remedy all symptoms of Scrofula pass away S S B contains no minerals mineralsin
in any form and is an absolutely safe tr8J1tment for children even infants infantsor
or persons of any age Literature about Scrofula and any medical advice advicefree adviceTree
You are safe in saying it is not less than 110000 110000There 110000There
There are 11000 BELL TELEPHONES in use here Statisticians Statisticiansfigure Statisticiansfigure
figure one Bell Telephone for ten or twelve persons That means a apopulation apopulation
population of at least 110000 110000The 110000The
The number of Bell Telephones in use is accepted as a standard standardguide standardguide
guide all over the country in making estimates of population populationThat
That is why we know you are safe in saying Salt Lake has a pop population population
ulation not less than 110000The 110000 110000The
The Bell Telephone subscriber can talk not only to the 11000 11000offices 11000offices
offices stores and 11 homes using Bell service in Salt Lake but to 1200 1200different 1200different
different points in the intermountain country at small cost That Thatalso Thatalso
also is something worth knowing and thinking about aboutRocky aboutOlr
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dug up last week Every man who gives credit creditexpects creditexpects
expects to collect and every man who receives receivescredit receivescredit
credit should expect to dig di g up Send in your y our bills billsand
M r and the digging will commence at once onceWE oncea
IA John J Wallace Manager Phones lOp
0 8215 D F Walker Bldg BId Salt Lake Utah
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Doctors of Two Continents Could CouldMake CouldMake
Make No Impression on Torturing TorturingSkin
Skin Disease All Treatments TreatmentsFailed TreatmentsFailed
Failed for Nineteen Years YearsTHEN YearsTHEN
I contracted my Qlesse at school schoolIn
In London England when I was four fourteen fourteen
teen years old I am DOW thirty thirtythree thirtythree
three My father put mo under the thecare thecare
care of our family physician who diag diagnosed diagnosed
nosed my disease as itch But after n1terBeveral afterseveral
several months treatment without withoutreceiving withoutreceiving
receiving any benefit I was advised advisedto
to go to a hospital I attended the theHospital theHospital
Hospital London Then and on ontwo ontwo
two other occasions without my get getting getting
ting any benefit they treated me for foreczema foreczema
eczema My next attempt was trying tryingdifferent
different ointments from doctors and anddruggists anddruggists
druggists Then I tried patent medicines medicinesI medicinesincluding
including and andI
I passed examinations for govern government government
ment situations but was finally re rejected rejected
jected at the medical examinationsrter examinations
After rter three attempts to enlist in the theBritish theBritish
British army I succeeded at last but was wasdischarged wasdischarged
discharged on account of my eczema cCZmaTho eczemaThe
The disease was confined to face arms armsand armsand
and legs egs my face being actually raw at attimes attimes
times I came to America thirteen thirteenlears thirteenears
lears ears a ago o but I11Y face became orso vorseif orsopo
if po possible sible When in New York eit City I Iwas Iwas
was advised to g go to Hospitalwhence Hospital Hospitalwhence
whence I was sent to the Hospital Hospitalin
in Brooklyn I was plltunder pttt under the care of ofProCessor ofProfessorbut
Professorbut ProCessor but this also added to the thenumber thenumber
number oC unsuccessful attempts I IroturnPd Ireturned
returned home to England and tried the theHos theHostal
Hos Hostal tnl Liverpool the theHospital theHospital
Hospital London also the worldCamed worldCamedLondon worldfamedLondon
London Hospital but without get Jtetting getting
ting cured I came back to America Americafive
00 years ag a g I had overlooked the theCuticura theCuticura
Cuticura Remedies dozens of times timesbut timesbut
but three months ago I decided ided to give giveCuticura giveCuticura
Cuticura a trial and I can safely say I Iam Iam
am cured or one oC the most torturing tortrinskin torturingskin
skin diseases a man ever had Richard RichardCurle RichardCurley
Curle Curley New NewCanaan Canaan Conn Jan 10 1009 1009It 00 00I
It I am familiar with Mr Curlevs CurlevsCMO Curleyscase
case and his cure nd believe his state statement statentent
ment to be true John F Burke New NewCanaan NewCanaan
Canaan Conn ConnNOTE ConnNora
NOTE All II the Dames left blank blankare
are given in full in 111 Curleys letter lettermplfote letterOomplete
mplfote External aDd Internal Treatment fnr fnrEven In InEverv
Even Humor consists of Cotkura Soap 25 25c < to toCINnIw toCleat
Cleat tM Skin CUtlcurI OIntment Sec to flea lIalth fleathe
th the Skin and Dd CUtkUrIL RHIOlvt < t bOe Oc or In the theform theform
form 01 Choroiate < bo < olatf bated Ptlls ue per vial ot 60 601n WJ WJPurify
1n Purify th the Blood Potter Drug s Chem Corp CorpbOlfo CorpSole
Sole Proos mos Boston ostt > n JU JUDT11fd fissaJM
aJM DT11fd IIed F Free 32pal book lilllt deStrlntkm deStrlntkmreatmeDt desrrlnttontreatment
treatment 10 and < 1 cure ot tortuntIt rtl1IJu dlsf wjne nlr lIutJIors lIutJIorsdale 4uworsdale
dale and Mrs V S Stephens wa wanamed wasnamed
named D Beaurgard T B Fairbanks Fairbanksand
and A W Wright were appointed on onthe onthe
the exhibition committee The pur purchasing purchasing
chasing committee consists of John JohnHafen JohnHafen
Hafen N G Browning J W V Clawson ClawsonLouis ClawsonLouis
Louis Pratt T T Harwood M 1 M MYoung 1 1Young
Young and Donald BeaurgardPreliminary Beaurgard BeaurgardPreliminary
Preliminary arrangements were made madefor madefor
for a state art exhibit to be held In InOgden inOgden
Ogden at a date to be named later Logan Lo Logan
gan Ogden Salt Lake and Springvllle Springvlllewere
were named as points at which pictures picturesma picturesmay
ma may be delivered for transportation to tothe tothe
the State Art Institute InstituteI
The girls gymnasium classes under underthe underthe
the instruction of Miss Louise Dt DtLaney DcLaney
Laney began gan active work Wednesday Wednesdayafternoon Vednedayafternoon
afternoon afternoonThe
The Medical society at the university unlversitwill universitywill
will give a stag theatre part at the theOrpheum theOrpheum
Orpheum Saturday night This year yearthere ear earthere
there are about fortyfive members in inthe inthe
the socIety socIetyrrhe societyThe
The senior kindergarten girls will willgie willgive
give a reception to the junior kinder klndergarteners kindergarteners
garteners in the kindergarten rooms roomsIonday roomsMonday
Monday afternoon afternoonDr
Dr W R Tyndale delivered a lec lecture lecture
ture to the medical students Wednes Wednesday ednes ednesday
day afternoon on the subject of An AnIntroduction AnIntroduction
Introduction to Clinical tedclne The Thedoctor Thedoctor
doctor will deliver a lecture one day a aweek aweek
week during the entire year yearChier yearChief
Chief of Police S U Barlow and De Detecthe Detective
tecthe Harry Curran visited the med medIcal medical
Ical school Wednesday afternoon The Thepurpose Thepurpose
purpose of the visit isit was to locate if ifposlble Ifpossible
possible Ierty a familiar figure figurearound figurearound
around the police station who died last lastDecember lastDecember
December The chief stated that when wheneach wheneach
each new chief took his office that thatIerty thatMerty
Ierty would walk in and say Yell I Iwas Ivas
was here before you ou and I will be here hereafter hereafter
after you It was for the purpose of ofmaking ofsnaking
making the old mans word good that thatthe thatthe
the chief visited the school The body bodywas bodywas
was found and the skeleton will beturned be beturned
turned over to the police department to tobe tobe
be placed in the curio cabinet cabinetThe cabinetThe
The seniors Will give their first an annual annual
nual dance in honor of the students of ofthe ofthe
the school Frida Friday afternoon from 4 1 to 6 6oclock 6oclock
Ambrose Donellan was found guilty guiltyoC
oC highway robbery on one count by a ajury ajury
jury In Judge T D Lewis division of ofthe ofthe
the Third district court yesterday and andsentence andsentence
sentence was suspended until Monday Mondaymorning Mondaymorning
morning Donellan was as found guilty gulltof guiltyof
of holding up and robbing Frank n nCrocker flCrocker
Crocker of 4 I on March 20 last Soon Soonafterwards Soonafterwards
afterwards it was claimed he held up
V A BetUIon on and robbed him of 6 6Then 6When
Then Donellan was found guilty on the theftrst thefirst
first count District Attorney Fred C CLoofbourow CLoofbourow
Loofbourow moved the dismissal of the thesecond thesecond
second information informationROCK
G W Martin general agent for th thRock the theRock
Rock Island railroad at Denver and A AH AH
H Stevana commercial agent for the theSeaboard theSeaboard
Seaboard Air LIne also located in Den Denver Denver
ver have been visiting their railroad railroadfrIends railroadfriends
frIends In Salt Lake during the week weekS
S H Johnston assistant freight traffic trafllcmanager trafficmanager
manager for the Rock Island at Chica Chicago
go who was In the clt city earl early In the theweek theweek
week has left for fertile the east eastGENERAL
In the annual report made to the sec secretary secretary
retary of war b by Brigadier General GeneralEarl GeneralEarl
Earl D Thomas of the United States Statesarmy Statesarmy
army commanding the department of ofthe ofthe
the Colorado suggestions are made that thatimprovements thatimprovements
improvements are needed at Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas and Fort Duch Duchesne ne The re report report
port recommends the Installation ot otelectric ofelectric
electric lighting plants at the posts and andsays
says officers quarters and barrack barrackneed barracksneed
need repairs
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That sounds extravagant doesnt it itBut j jBut
But ButThousands I
Thousands of American women have written us repeating that phrase phraseThink phraseThink
Think for a moment what it means meansIt I
It means that in a half million homes homesrTHE rTHE LADIES WORLD WORLDhas I Ihas
has become an absolute necessity in housekeeping housekeepingThats
Thats the pointits as necessary as salt saltIn saltIn
In 500000 homes the real head of the house turns to THE LADIES LADIESWORLD LADIESWORLD
WORLD for ideas when anew gown is in the planning planningvVhen planningWhen
When an unexpected guest arrives it is THE LADIES WORLD
that answers the culinary question
500000 women find it indispensable in building and furnishing the thenew thenew
new house houseThe houseThe
The rest time after work is brightened by its absorbing stories storiesIt
It is the womans magazine with a plannever slipshodnever slipshodnevercarelessalways slipshodnevercarelessalways
carelessalways practicalalways practicable 1 I
Its policy and its plan are the work of the best known editor of ofwomans ofwomans
womans publications in the country countryCharles Charles Dwyer DwyerBuy DwyerBuy
Buy a copyread it itThen itThen
Then you will see the reason why whyYou whyYou
You cant can t keep house without THE LADIES WORLD WORLDTHE WORLDTHE
THE LADIES WORLD is on your newsdealers s stand tod today Y and andits andits
its price is always a bargain bargain5c bargain5c5ceverywhere5c 5c 5c5c
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Soc 5 ac to your newsdealer or the publisher gives i it t to you for a year yearTHE yearLADIEsWoRD
Have you a boy or girl in in school Then dont miss what Dr Maxwl1 Maxwl1you
you know who he is has to say in the October issue I
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And 1ft acoordance with Jaw and 04 an anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made madtlon
on the 2Jrd day ol April ltd eo many manyshare manyshares
share of each parcel or such tock as asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at the theofftce theoface
offtce of the company 307 D P Wal Walier Walker
ker ier building Salt Lake City Utah on onthe onthe
the 1st day of July Uti at 230 230oclock 230oclock
oclock p m of said day to pay cte cteIInquent delin
IInquent lin uent as assessments e8amen l thereon together togetherwith togetherwith
with thj th cost gt advertising and ex exven expense
ven pense ot of sale R W ONEKOW ONEKOWHeretl ONEKOWSecretary
287 D F Walker DUlldlng Salt Lake LakeCftv LakeCity
City Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst
First pUblication June 15 lit litBy 1000By
By order of the board of directors directorsthe
the sale day of the tock of the Fed Federal Federal
eral Ely Copper company on account of ofdelinquency ofdelinquency
delinquency on assessment Ho 1 Is Ishereby ishereby
hereby continued until Thursday the thu15th the15th
15th day of July 19ot at 111 OcIOCk OcIOCkp
p m of Rid day at roo room 207 07 D F FWalker FWalker
Walker building Salt Lake City Utah UtahR
R W GNEKOW Secretary
Second publication July 15 M >
Ey order of the Hoard of Directors
the Bale of the stock of the Feclerd FeclerdEly
Ely Copper company on account ot de delinquency delinquency
linquency on assessment No I IS
hereby continued until Thursday the 30r 30rday O Oday
day of September 1909 109 at 230 10 ociort ociortp
p m of said day at rOOm 207 DP DPWalker D P PWalker
Walker building Salt Lake City Utah UtahR
R W G lEKOW Sorrretarv SorrretarvNotice rrPtrY rrPtrYNotice
Notice of Annual MU8t MII N stock itockholders stockholders
holders holdersNOTICE holdersNOTICE
the annual stockholders meeting of the theSelma theSelma
Selma Consolidated Minlb Mining COlD company a acorporation acorporation
corporation of the state of Utah is called call1dand calledand
and will iIl be held in Room liGI NewbouHt NewbouHtIuildlng Newhousebuilding
building South Main street Salt alt Lak LakFCity LakCity
City Utah on Thursday the 30th day ot otSeptember ofSeptember
September A D 1909 190 at 1J oclock noon nOQnfor C Cfor
for the purpose of electing a board of di directors directors
rectors and for the transaction of such ouchother suchother
other business as may regularly come be before before
fore said meeting meetingThis meetingThis
This call is made by the undersigned uDdenlrnldIn
In pursuance of the provisions of the arti artilet artidies
dies let of Incorporation of said COIIIu company atd atdalpo aialso
alpo because the secretary of said 1cl com company company
pany to wit J O Carter has faDed and andrefused andrefused
refused and does noW fall and refUse refUsemake n nmake
make the call for said m meeting a1tbougt aithougirequested a1tbougtrequested
requested so to do doBy doBy
Vice PrOS dent dentWALTER
IItockll tockbo1der tockbo1derJOHN lder lderJOHN
StodchoIder StodchoIderrbntA tIOIde tIOIdePRt
rbntA PRt AIIJr 111 1900 1900Aleesement 1 1Ament
Ament No3 No3WABASH No 3 3WABASH
clpal place of business Salt Lake City Cityttah CityUtah
Utah ttahNotice
Notice Noticeing IB hereby given that at a mfpt mfpttng
tng of the board of directors held on the theth 55 555th
th day of September UIOt an anument anumentof
of fie 5 cen cents l per hare WU levied on onthe
the caplal stock of the corporatton pay payable i iable
able 08 or before the l1tb day of October
1 378 OO to W font Ferry secretary a at r rRoom z zRoom
Room 5549 O Atlas block West Second South lilcmhstreet Southstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah Any turk stuckupon turkupon
upon which this aue asesmegt emeIJt by Yen ain sinunpaid ainunpaid
unpaid on the 11th da day o of October 9f 901 901wUl 7 7will
will be delinquent and advertised toralt toraltat for aia aiaat
at public auction and unle unless pGYJQeI is ismade ismade
made before will 111 t lU1d on the Mb In InIf irr irrof
If Octob r 19IJ9 to pay tno tn eiinquInc eiinquIncmtl nt ntrs
rs rsm mtl nt together wIth all 1 cost of ad adrtiinc adertisin
rtiinc and xpfnsf of sale alf alfY
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