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CHE HE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 51909 5 1909 13 1
Financial and anduCommercial Commercial Commerciajj
UNITED STATS STATSSTll STATES
STll STILLSOARING SOARING SOARINGStock
Stock of the Giant Corporation CorporationContinues CorporationContnues
Continues Contnues Its Is Upshoot To Toward Toward ¬
ward Par ParMARKET ParMARKET
I MARKET OTHERWISE WEAK WEAKRAILWAY WEAKRAILWAY
RAILWAY REPORTS ENCOURAG ENCOURAGING ENCOURAGlNGGOOD ¬
ING lNGGOOD GOOD CORN CROP CROPNew CROPNew
New York Yok Oct Oct 4 4The The stock market marketdeveloped marketdeveloped marketdeveloped
developed uneven strength strengh after ater a weak weakstart wok wokstart weakstart
start today todRYj but the activity actviy dwindled dwndle un under under under ¬
der the Influence 1nuufnee of the sustained sustine firm firmness firmness rm rmnpss ¬
ness of the te call cl money rate rte Call money moneytouched moneytouche moneytouched
touched touche 4fc 4 per pr cent Fridays Fldnys high rate ratefarly rte rtefarly raterarly
farly in the afternoon afernoon A gradual gdua re recession recession ¬
cession from the te rate rte due to the te period periodical perol perolal ¬
cal al money requirements ruirement of the first firt of ofOctober ofOcobr
October Ocobr Is looked loke for ordinarily ordinariy The Theweekly Thewekly
weekly bank bnk statement state nt published publse after afterSaturdays ater aterSaturdays after3aturdays
Saturdays close clo explains the conserv conservative conser conservative ¬
ative atve attltuda atttuda of lenders lender The surplus surlu re reserve reserve ¬
serve sn of the banks Is down dow to the van vanishing vanihing vanishing ¬
ishing ihing point and the depletion depleton of cash cashstill cashstn
still stn continues contnue The subtreasury subtrasury starts startsthe start startsthe
the the week welk with wih a requisition reuisiton upon the thebanks thebanks thebanks
banks for 1763000 1760 and has not nt a credit creditbalance creit creitbalance creditbalance
balance at the th clearing clering house hous this morn morning mOr moriing ¬
ing Foreign discount disount markets showed showedmore showedmore
more of the effect of the relaxation rlaaton after afterthe ater aterthe afterthe
the Oct 1 requirements reuirement the private dis discount dlsont ¬
count rate rte receding reeln a fraction frcton in Berlin BerlinRussia Berln BerlnRussl BerlinIussia
Russia Russl took the pOO 000000 gold available availableIn avaiable avaiableIn
In London Lndon following folwng the 3000000 W0 shipped shippedfrom shippedfrom
from there to Egypt Egpt on Saturday Saturar The Thegovernment Theg0vprment
government g0vprment report rport on the condition cnditon of ofration ofoton ofCotton
ration oton offered offere small smal prospect prospet for an in increase Inrease Increase ¬
crease of exchange from ports prts of that thatcommodity thatcommodlr thatcommodity
commodity commodlr the condition conditon showing showng a low lowrecord lowrcor lowrecord
record rcor percentage percentge for the season seaon of the theyear theyear theyear
year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The principal principl stock market influence influencewhich Infuence Infuencewhich Influencewhich
which contended contende with wih the restraint restrint of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the money position positon was the determined determinedadvance determinedadvance determinedadvance
advance In United Unie States Steel Stel After Afteropening Afteropening Afteropening
opening down a point under the Influ Influence Infu Infuence influIi ¬
Ii ence of selling selng from London that stock stockstarted stockstarted stockstarted
started up again and narrowed narowe its Is dis ¬
tance from agn par to only a shade more morethan morethan
than five fve points pointsVarious volntsVlrOUI vointsVarious
Various VlrOUI stories stores were afloat afoat of a com ¬
ing bonus to be turned
ture back bck to stock stocklldprs stockiolders ¬
holders lldprs out of the sums diverted diverte from fromtanings fromarn fromarfngs
tanings arn into the Gary Gar plant It I was wasrumored wasrmored wasrumored
rumored also that the had
rmored company cmpy pur purchased purchae ¬
chased chae a million mlion of its It ts own shares In the themarket themarket themarket
market as It I Is permitted rlte to do under underUs underIts
Us ts charter representing rprentng an outlay outay of ofsome ofsome ofrome
some O000000 O000000These 000 fOOOOThese
These reports rport and others other like lke them re receive receive ¬
ceive no official countenance
oficial cuntenane and the re reliance ¬
liance lanc placed plac on them caused Cuse some feel fel ¬
ing position positionNew posiion positionNew of distrust distrst of the general generl speculative speculativeposition spulatve spulatveposiion speculativeposition
New York Central was ws another con conspicuous confpleuous conepicuous ¬
spicuous point pint of strength strngth feeling feeing the thegood thegood theguod
good effect efet of large increase in August Augustearnings Augst Augstirlngs Augustcarnings
earnings and the reports reprt of the enormous enormouscar enorous enorousear
car ar movement during the month of Sep ¬
te
tember temberRailroad temberRiroa temberRailroad
Railroad Riroa traffic from all al sections scions report reportan repor
an enlarging merchandise merchandis movement and
Increasing needs nes for cars The rise ris in
Northern Pacific Pacii was based ba on the Au August August August ¬
gust arnlngs the heavy heV increase Incrase In pas paseenger pasBengr passenger
eenger Bengr earnings earning being bing attributed atribute to the
AlaskaYukonPacific AlaskaYukonPaic exposition expositon travel trvel
News from the corn cr crop crp was wa encour encouraging encur encuragng encouraging ¬
aging A good Impression
agng Impresion was produced produc
by the ready redy sale se of a 25000000 00 OOOOOO issue Isue of ofNI1W
Now York Yfrk Telephone bonds bnda offered offere In
this country count and an abroad Some of the
bonds of industrial industral companies cmpanie rose in ins Insympathy insympathy
s sympathy > but the general generl bond market marketwas marketwas marketwas
was irregular Ireglar Total sales par value
5375000 30 United Unite States bonds pr were un unchanged unchange unchanged ¬
changed change on call callStock cl clStock callStock
Stock Quotations QuotationsAllis Quotatons QuotatonsSle
Sales Sales1ft Sle High HighM HighLow Hih Low Lw Close Close5J Cl s
Allis Als Chal Chai pfd pfdAmal lOG 10 M 1 5J 63 63SSVs 6 4
Amal 1 Copper CopperAm 22809 lj4 SSVs 4 S3
Am Agrf AgrfAm ir 453
Am Beet Bet Sugar SugarAm Sugr 60 b2 4 47 474 47 476 476Am
Am Can pfd pfdAm 603 j Ofl a 8 54 s S44 8i
Am Car Fdy FdyAm Fy 1860 1j 7 M9 M9Am
Am Cotton Coton OH OHAm 018 2900 2900lJGO 77f 7f i 4 74 7 o 7H1 74
Am H L L pfd pfdAm lJGO 11 48 4 48 4 4S3
Am Ice Secur SecurAm Bcur SecurAm 48 J
Am Linseed LinaeedAm Lins 1O 1 17 17 16
Am Am Loco LocoAm Lo 700 7 1 6 G14 61 1 IS 6 61
Am S IIPreferred R II 81 S1I 700w 1 1l 1O 90 90112V4 9 9 9
Preferred PreferredAm Pref erP w l 1 11 112V4 112V41S3H 11 i1 l 1134
Am Sugar Sugr Re ReAm 3360 3 X3 O 14 IJI 1S3H 13 1M 1Mm
Am m T T TAm 15709 1 148 14 14 1 1Am 14 14Am
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Am Tobacco Tobc pfd pfdAm 1tO
Am Woolen WoolenAna Wolen 200 2001WO 2 4 S 34 le 3 3S4
4 Ana Ana Mining Co CoAtchiscn 1WO 11 4 4 4S 4g
Atchiscn AtchiscnPreferred Atehlson 51860 il 13 121 1t 1 124V
Preferred PreferredA Prfferre 300 3 1 14 1 1Oi4 l 104
A A ACL C L LB L 13 136
B O OPreferred 2 2 25O 98 U flS4 117 U 117
Preferred PreferredBeth Prferr 17 9Hi iI4
Beth Beh Steel SteelP Ste 700 7 Z a 11 3i 34
P R T TCanadian 6300 65 81 814t S SWi r 80 80Uanadian
Canadian Pac PacCent Pa 4600 46003SMM 49 18S 1S 1S64
18 IS 1S
Cent Leather LeatherPreferred Lthr 3SMM 3D 35 49 4 4
Preferred PreferredC Prfere 1100 110 16 1IO 1 11014 41 10 110 ½
C C of N J JO JC 900 J 2 3 3 300 300 300p
p O 6000 10 00 9 S SS SSC a
C A AO 600 0 I 61 6 674 6H 67
C G W WC 10 100 1 14 1 144 1 14
C N NCr 300 U0 m 19 191 1 1C
19
Cr C C M St St P Pr 2656 i m 11 181 iSY 1 16 16C
r c c st St L LC L 1600 lWo m 77 16 76 7 7 77 77C
C F I Ic 3360 3 4 4 45 4
c s s1st 4 4 52 452
1st pfd pfd2d pfd 100 10 39 79 7 5Y 7 79 792d
2d d pfd pfdCon 100 10 78 78 7 78 7
7
Con Gas 2300 O0 146 1 1I 145 1 l 14W i
Corn C orn Products 500 5 23 2 22 2A 23 23D 2 ZiH
D H 500 5 192 191 11 192 192D 192D 192It
D R n G 1200 12 47 45 45 45 45Preferred 45Prefere 45Preferred
Preferred Prefere 300 3 S5 8 S5 8 8 85 85Dis 8 853 853ie
Dis Ds D DE ie Securities Seuries L400 10 37 3 36 36 37 37Erie 3 37rie
Erie Ere E rie 15500 155 33 3 31 3 33 331st 3 33let
1st pfd 1000 10 49 48 48 482d 48 482d 4S2d
2d pfd 500 5 49Y 40 38 40 40General 40General 40eneral
General G Elec Elee 300 3 168 16 167 16 3Y 167 167Great l lGreat 167reat
Great G GG reat North pfd 7400 740 154 1 154V 153 1 153 153G 1 153N
Gfl G N Ore Ctfs Ctl 2300 23 81 8 83 8 83 83Illinois 83hlnois
Illinois fl flI Cent Cent 300 3 154 15 153 15 152 152InterMet 15 162nterMet
InterMet InterMet I 5000 50 16 16 16 16 16Preferred 16Prferred 16Preferred
Preferred Prferred 17M 170 1 50 48 48 48Inter 48Inter 48nter
Inter I Harvester Harester 400 40 97 5y 96 9 90 90Inter 9 96Th 96Thnter
Inter I II Marine Marne pfd 48 48Inter 48Inter
Inter II I Paper 1000 10 17 17 Ii 171A 17 17Inter 17Inter 17nter
Inter I Pump 1100 110 48 48 4S 4SIowa 4SIowa 43owa
Iowa I owa Central Centrl 100 10 29 48Y 2 29 2Y 29 29K 2 29K
K K C S 1500 15 45 4 44 Hi 44 44Preferred 4i 4iPreferre 44Preferred
Preferred Preferre 1700 170 71 7Y ½ 71 711 71 71L 711 71N
L N 700 70 154 ll 154 154M 15 153 53
M L St St L 300 3 53 6 53 53M 5 54 54Corn 54M
M 3 1 St P PSault PSault PSault
Sault St St M I 100 10 142 HZ 142 12 142 142Mo 12 142Mo
Mo 110 Pacific 1400 l < 69 6 68 61 ½ 69 69M 6
M 3 1 K K T 4600 40 41 40 4 40 40Preferred 40Preferred 40Preferred
Preferred 100 10 74 74 744k 74 74National 74Natonal 74National
National Natonal Biscuit Bisui 115 115National 15 15Natonal 115ational
National Natonal N Lead Ld 500 5 0 90 9 904 89 S 90 90N 9
N R R of M 1st 1stpfd 1stptd letpM
pfd ptd 200 2 50 5 58 6 S 5S 5SN 58N
N Y a C 23100 210 13S 13 i3S3 135 13 138 138N 13 138N
N Y O W SOO S 49 4 49 49 49N 49N 49N
N W 900 9 95 9 95h 95 95 95North 95North 95North
North Am 400 4 82 8 81 8 S2 S2North 83North
North North Pacific Pcic 12100 1210 157 155 15 155 155Pacific 15 lcSacific
Pacific Pacic P Mail Ial 2300 23 37 3 36 3 36 36Pennsylvania 36ennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pennsylvania P 36200 32 149 1 143 149 149Peoples 19 19eples 149eoples
Peoples P eples Gas Ga 1300 13 118 1 115 1 115 115P 15 15P 115P
P C C St L 300 3 94 94 94 94P 9 04P
P S C 1200 12 49 49 49 49P 49P 49P
P P C 100 10 190 10 491 190 19 190 190Ry 10 190By
Ry Steel Spring 900 9 49 48 48 48Reading 48Reading 48eading
Reading R S4600 66 170 16SU 168 168 168Republic 16 168Republic
Republic Republc Steel Steel 6100 bl0 1W 48 161f 47 47 47Preferred 471 4 4Preferred
Preferred Pref red 100 10 107 107 ir irRock 1 1Rock 106 106Rock
Rock Island Co 8100 810 10n 39 3S 3SPreferred 3 38 38Preferred
Preferred Peferred 1300 13 77 7 75 7 76 76t
St St S t L San SanFran Sa SanFran 75
Fran Frn 2d pfd pf < 700 70 58 5 57 57St f 6S4 6S4t
St St S t Louis South 2800 ZS 30 ½ 30 30Preferred 3 31 3O 3OPreferred
Preferred GOO 6 69 I 6S 6SS 6 6 68 68S
S S S I 3100 310 94 9 92 9 93 93South 93outh
South S Pac Pae 34800 318 133 13 131 13 131 131outh
South S Ry 2900 290 30 3 29 2 30 30Preferred r 30Preferred
Preferred 2200 220 69 6 69 6K 6914 69 69Tenn 69Teun
Tenn Copper CopperT 36 36300
3
IT T P 300 30 33 3 35 35T 3 33 33T
T St St L L W 1200 12 52 5 51 51Preferred 3 62 62Pretere 62Preferred
Preferred Pretere 400 40 C9 G 69 6 G 69
Union Pacific Pacic 73600 736 209 2T 2 27 207
Preferred Prefered 1000 10 107 1 10 106 10 107
U S Realty Realy SOO S 83 S1 81 82 S1 83
U S Rubber 1700 170 53 53U 5 52 5 52
U S Steel 244500 2H5 94 94Preferred 5Y 91 93
Preferred Prferred 18600 186 131 1 1294 130
Utah Uth Copper 1100 1100V 110 49 4 48 49
V C Chem 2200 2200Wabash 46 45 461 46
Wabash 00u 00uPreferred O 19 19 19 ¼
Preferred Preferrd 18400 18400West 1840 W 4 42 2 4 49
IWest West Maryland Marylad 200 200West 2 21 22 211 21 21 214
I West West Elec 900 900Western 9 8 87 8 87 ST
Western Union 700 700W 70 79 7S 75l 78
W WLE L E EWls 9
Wis Cent Cent 52
Total sales for the day 925461 shares
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NERVOUS CHRONIC CHONIC OR PRIVATK PRIVATKDISEASE PRIVATIDISEASE PRIVATFDISEASE
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to Holllstflr Holst r Ida Idn via Twin Falls Fals for forsale forsle fo r rsale
sale sle of town lots on Oct Oct 2 Tickets TIcket on onsale onsale oi a asale
sale Sept Sept 29 to Oct Oct 1 limited lmied to Oct Oct 6 6City 6Ciy C CCity
City Ciy Ticket Office Ofce 201 Main ain street streetOctober streetOctober streetOctober
October Conference Rates RatesVia RatesVia RatesVia
Via Oregon Short Line Line Tickets on onsale onsale oi oisale
sale from Idaho points point and Utah points pointsnorth poIntsnorth S Snorth
north of Ogden Oct Oct 1 to 16 limited lmie to toOct toOct t tOct
Oct 15 Prom Fm Utah Uth points pints Ogden and andsouth andsout an ansouth
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In five years year from a dinky shop oiv on or the thequality thequaUty th thquality e
quality of our work work Century Centr Printing Printingo lrntng g
0 5557 557 Postofflce Poatofle place
DELINQUENT NOTICE NOTICESouth NOTICESouth
South Columbus Consolidated Consoldated Mining MiningCompany MIningCompany
Company CompanySOUTH CompanySOUT
SOUTH SOUT COLUMBUS CONSOLIDAT
ed Mining Company Location Lcaton of prin
cipal place laee of business rooms room 2012
Judge building buiding Salt Sal Lake Lke City Ciy Utah
NotceThere NoticeThere Otlce There are delinquent delnquent upon
the following fOlowln described descrbed stock on ac ¬
count of assessment asessment No No1 1 levied on
the 10th day of August Augst A A D 1909 1909several
the several severl amounts set opposite the
nanjef names of the respective respectve aposie shareholders
as i follows folows to wit
wi
First issue white printed certlfl
Certificate Certtlcate CcllGS CcllGSCertificate ctes ctesCerttlcate whie certf
No Name No Shares ShareS Amount
13 Jjr JjrWeidman J Weidman 2000 10000 10000O00
4 41 W L L Maas aal 100 500
47 W L L Maas 100 100N 500
66 Frank N Maas 10 10Adams 100 ° 500
72 Emiy Emily Adams 346 1730
73 R R T Burton 10 50
196 96 C L L wh Whiney Whitney tney 100 500
105 05 V S Snow 10 10Tanner 100 ° 500
117 17 H S S Tanner 100 100eWltt 500 500R
177 Ralph DeWitt I 100 500
185 J A AI Aj Selbach 170 850
186 Frank p Judson 2000 10000
194 Arvld Rowa 16 16m 80
207 87 John Ohn Trebelcock 100 500
208 8 William WUlam m Wood ood 10 50 I
211 229 1219 1219JAens ilnsx ilnsxLar5 Jens Arabella rabela Lar5 LreAgen Lereggen W Sen Donel Donelson 100 500 500fill
son 50 250
I 22440 240 Jno Moriariy Morfaray Jr i Is 33 fill 165
241 1 Chris Edwards 166 830 I
111 243 j Ltte Lottie B B Morlarlty Moriariy 34 170 I
261 F R R Snow Com
pany 500 2500
263 Apany A B Kneass 3 15
HI
3312 312 Child Chid Cole Co Comn 100 500
324 4 Cannon Cannon
mn 100 100HI 500 I
327 27 Carl Te Telefson Tellefson efson 50 250 I
331 3 Carl Selefson Teflefson 10 50 I
32 332 2 Carl Carl Tellefson Telefon 10 50 I
353
313 Thompson Brown
Inr In 100 500 I
III 363 DemlnRDavIs e n5D iviB Co 33 166
375 IS C 1 I Whitney Co 100 500 500I I
380 Doming DemingDavis Davis Co 100 100SJ 500 I
500I
SJ 381 gemlngDavis Co 100 100Sic 500 I
Sic 384 84 F R Wooloy 100 100n 500 I
396 C L Whitney Co o 100 500
1 Whiney
401 JXi n Ceo eoiT T Badger 50 250 500I I
404 F R Wooley 100 500 I
1J1 41 414 Cannon Cannon 100 500 I
454 Thompson Brown
lag 100 500 0
InA
469 9 J Wefdman i 2000 10000 5OCI I
477 Thompson Brown ¬
ing In1 100 500 I
489 J A Pollock Polock Ca 100 500 5ooI I
490 J A A Pollock Polock Co 100 500 I
499 Cannon Cannon 100 500 I
513 Thompson Brown Brovnnf
Ing > nf 100 500 ot I
553 F R Snow n Com Company Company j
pany 100 500 I
561 Sam Pappas 10 50 0
604 J A Pollock Polock Co 100 500 0
611 61 Mrs R J Jarvis Jorvls 100 500 I
631 F R Snow
n Co 100 500 I
660 C L 1 Whitney Winey 100 100ril 500 I
667 ril 677 ilns Jens Thompson ens Leerpn Brown 100 500 0
Ing 100 500 I
679 Thompson Brown
Ing 100 500 I
686 J L I Hamilton Hamion 100 500 I
702 Jos os Soudhelm 100 500 0
76 736 < 36 Thompson Brown
InA ing 100 500 0
738 rm Thompson Brown BrownA
In Ing 100 100rm 500 p
740 40 A Thompson ThompsohIng Brown Browno
InA Ing 100 500 I
71 741 l H W Doaoher 100 500 I
781 < o 81 J Weidman 2000 10000 0
7S8 B S Ellerbeck Elerbeck 300 1500 I
838 38 F A Starkweather Strkwether 100 500 500ioo 50 0
S42 F R R Snow Com Ca Cornpany
pany 100 600 I
864 Ch Chid Child Cole Co 100 ioo 500 50 I
Second Issue Isst pink steel engraved engravedcertificate engravedcertficte I
certificate certificateCertificate certficte certificateCertificate
Certificate CertificateName Certtcate
No ° Name amc
Payne Whitney Whiney 2500 12500 I
25 J Weidman 2000 10000 0
28 Frank P Needham 60 lO 250 25 I
48 And J Youngbluth 20 100 10 I
56 16 J Weidman 1000 6000
1000
57 J Weidman 1000 5000
64 J A Pollock Polock Co C 100 500
104 Frank P Judson 2500 12500 100
14 114 F n U Snow Co 500 2500
160 Edw Ulaeth Ul eth Trus Trustee Trustee Truetee ¬
tee 100 500
183 Edw Ulseth Useth Trus Trustee Trustee Truetee ¬
tee 6000 ooo 25000
184 Edw Ulseth iseth Trus Trustee
tee 5000 25000
185 Ed Edw UJseth Trus Trustee
tee 5000 25000
186 Edw Ulseth Trus Trustee Trustee Truetee ¬
tee 5000 25000
206 Nebeker Currie 50 250
242 W H Rhodes 500 2500 25002SOO
243 W H Rhodes Rholes 500 2SOO 2 OO
287 87 William Wiiam White 200 1000
297 F R R Snow Co 500 2500
315 Matthew Mathew H Bfttess Botess 375 1875
336 36 Nettle Nete Arnovits Arnovls 100 500 i
380 E M West Wet Company Copany 100 500
386 H W Crane 100 500
386 F R Snow Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany 500 2500
393 H W V Doscher 500 2500
394 Child Chid Cole Co 500 2500
395 391 Child Chid Cole Co 500 2500
404 J A A Pollock Polock Co 500 2500
407 J A A Pollock Polock Co 100 100J 600 100
415 45 J A Pollock Polock Co 500 500Thos 2500
419 4194S1 Thee ThO Bastian Bastan 100 500
481 D A Lamont Lmont 100 100C 500
483 C E Baqulflt BaQullt 100 500
484 Nannls Branch 50 50Ole 250
487 47 Ole Oe P Larson Lrson 25 25Jos 5 125
488 JOB Boissonault Bolssonaul 2500 2500Mary 12500
489 Mary Lamarche Lmarche 100 100E 500
491 49 E T Daume 400 400E 2000 D
492 4924S5 E T Daume aume 400 400Jennie 2000
495 Jennie Nelson NeIon 10 10Mabel 50 50
531 531S32 53 Mabel Toope 50 50Jos 5 250
S32 5 53 Jos G Kothass 20 20A 100
542 A A S Campbell Campbel 500 500B 2500 9
643 64354S B W Dixon 500 600H 2500 0
54S 68 H W Doscher 500 500H 2500 0
561 H B Cole 300 300Thos 1500 0
585 Thos Ulseth 300 300Alfred 1500 150 0
587 Alfred Alred Jontrow 50 50Andrew 250 9
588 Andrew Botalo 50 50J 250 50 0
590 J A Minnear lnner Co 160 160Mrs 800 0
597 Mrs Barbara Barbar Four Fournler FOr FOrnler Fournier
nler nlerJ 40 40ISO 200 20 0
621 J A Minnear Mlnner Co CoJ ISO 500 S
622 J A Minnear lnnear Co CoJ 100 500 S
623 J 1 A A Minnear llnnear Co CoMrs 100 500 50 0
675 Mrs Mr Louisa Waas WaasMrs 50 250 25 0
676 Mrs Louisa Waas WaasDr 50 250 25 0
685 Dr A A A C Roche RocheDr 200 200tee 1000 9
686 Dr A A C Roche 200 200Chas 1000 100 0
687 Chas Schwenn 25 25Frank 125 12 5
690 Frank Frank Sharkey 40 40F 200 0
693 F W Hassenmuller Hassenmuler 100 100Chas 500 50 0
715 75 Chas Drueke 50 50John 250 25 0
727 77 John Bastian Bastan 100 100Gust 500 50 0
745 75 Gust Johnson 25 25Mrs 125 12 5
749 79 Mrs M l 1 Bajari 160 160John 800
753 John McKenzie 50 50F 250
760 F W V Hassenmuller Hassenmuler 100 100F 500
761 F W V Hassenmuler Hassenmuller 100 100F 500
762 F W Hassenmuller Hassenmuler 100 100Sirs 500
773 Sirs Irs Wm Moore 50 50Wm tO 250
774 77 Wm Bastian Bastan 100 100Louis 500
777 77 Louis Gill Gi 50 50C 250
779 C H Rodl 200 200C 1000
780 C H Rodl 200 200C 1000
781 C H Rodl 100 100C 500
782 C H I Rodl 120 120C 600
783 78378B C H Rod 200 200John 1000
785 John Hensle 20 20Wilbert 100
787 Wilbert Vlbert Kesamlna 25 25Lefore 125
797 Lefore Demons 100 100John 500
799 John Hunt 100 100Cecelia 500
801 Cecelia Cecela Masher 100 lOoMrs 500
803 Mrs 1rs George Geor e Mann llarln 15 15Frank 75
805 Frank Valllere Valere 100 100C 500
826 C E Seldon 50 50Oscar 250
833 Oscar Ocr J Dufault ulaul 60 60Jacob 300
844 84 Jacob Baer 100 100Mary 500 500S49
849 89 Mary ary McRae 20 20J 100
863 J W Frlmodljr Frlmodlg 100 100Miss 500 500S6
865 S6 Miss lbs Kate Downey 25 25Josephine 125
871 87 Josephine Dudley 50 50Pauline 250
872 87 Pauline Paulne Linders 15 15William 75
875 William Wiiam Riley Riey 50 50Clarence 250
876 Clarence Riley 50 50Mrs 250
877 Mrs Ilrs Duncan McAu McAuley McAuley MeAuley
ley 20 20Margaret 100
879 Margaret lar aret Jeffrey Jefrey j 100 100Paul 500
889 Paul Frombers 220 220Mrs 1100 100
900 Mrs M 1 N Doyle 50 50Mrs 250
906 90690S Mrs 1rs Mamie Swygert Swgert 25 25Fred 125
908 Fred Kremer 25 25Irvine 125
922 Irvine Appleton 30 30Time 150
933 Time Ule Solomnson 15 15Albert 75 i
934 Albert Sundstrom 10 10J 50
936 J T Berry Berr 50 50C 250
937 C T Bashore Bahore 25 25Lena 125
939 Lena M 1 Brans 25 25Ole 125
971 97 Ole Oe Hogenson 100 100Eliz 500
990 Eliz Elz Money 50 50A 250 250AT
994 A A AT T Soooner 10 10Domlnick 50
996 Dominick Curto 50 50Thos 250
1005 Thos ThosFenlot Fenlott 50 50Susie 250
1007 Susie Morrison 20 20Hans 100
1010 Hans Hoganson 10 10Ole 0 50
1013 101 Ole Hoganson 50 50Ole 250
1014 101 Ole Oe Hoganson HOlanson 50 50Julia 250
1017 Julia Marcuse larcuse 100 100Mrs 500
1020 Mrs C C H l McDer McDermott MeDer McDermott
mott 100 100J 500
1026 J J 1 Arnovits Arovls 50 50J 250
1027 J J Arnovits 50 50George 250
1032 George Jeffrey 100 100Mrs 500
1033 Mrs A A H H Trevethan 10 10Thos 50 sono
1101 101 ThO Thou Coughlin Coughln 100 100Thos 500
1102 102 Thos Coughlln Coughln 150 150Thos 750
1103 103 Thos Coughlin Coughln 100 100Arthur 500
1104 104 Arthur Flnley Finle 100 100Arthur 500
1105 105 Arthur Finley 150 150Arthur 750
1107 107 Arthur Flnley Flnle 100 100Sidney 500
1109 109 Sidney Obenhoff 100 100Jas 500
1113 113 Jas Ja Orensteln 200 200Mrs 1000
1118 118 Mrs Malvina Malvino Gard Gardner Gardner Gardner ¬
ner 100 100Oscar 500
1123 123 Oscar Amala 100 100Harry 500
1132 132 Harry Harr Appleton 100 100William 500
1146 116 William Wilam J Davey 50 50Jas 250
1147 147 Jas as Corbett Cor t 25 25William 125
1148 148 William W11am Burke 25 25William 125
1149 149 William W1lam Burke 25 25Chas 125
1150 150 Chas Chas V Green 25 25Carl 125
1157 157 Carl arl Matson 50 50Carl 250
1158 158 Carl Matson 50 250 50
1164 164 1 Wm P Clark 100 600
1165 165 1 WmP Wm P Clark 100 600
1166 166 1 John ohn Beauchamp 50 250
1176 1 T H Luntz 26 125 125177os
1177 177os 1 Joe Chatel 75 375 375118W
1178 118W 1 W J Warrman 25 121
1179 179 1 Mrs Mr Catherine Gauch 50 25
1180 180 1 Lizzie Leary Lary 25 125
1181 181 1 Margaret Margret Leary Lary 50 250
1184 184 1 Catherine Leary Lar 15 5 371
1185 185 1 Annie Anie Leary Lar 50 250 25019t
1194 19t 1 194 Anthony Athony Burgrunder 35 175
1196 196 1 Emily Emi Rose ose Burgnder J 55 275 2 75
1215 1 Marion Fisher 30 150
1216 116 1 John H I Fisher 25 5 L25
1217 1 Milton Miton Heaton 30 150
1220 1 220 Chas Decant Decarl I 20 100
1235 135 1 R R H I Pearce 60 250
1300 1 Chas Taylor 86 86T 5 125
1305 1 Edw DesRochers 10 50
1306 1 Faustln DesRochers DesRohers 10 50
1307 1 Marice DesRochers 10 50
1308 1 Catherine DesRoch DesRochers ¬
ers 10 10T 50
1335 1 H H T Alierton Alerton 100 500
1336 1 H I T Alierton Alerton H 100 100T 500
1337 1 H H T Alierton Alerton 100 100Alierton 500
1338 1 H T Alierton 100 100Allerton 500
Alerton
1344 134 1 H H T Allerton Alerton 100 100B 500
1346 1 John B Coppo 100 100Coppo 500
1347 14 1 Vital Vitl Coppo 100 100Coppo 500
1348 1 Mary Mar Coppo 100 100Stoyle 600
1349 1 Fred Stoyle 100 600
1351 1 Gust Gust J Preuss reuss 100 100Preuss 500
1352 1 Gust Gust J Preuss 40 40Baer 200
1353 1 W S Baer 100 500
1360 1 John J JLel2 Leitz 100 500
1363 1 Julia Jula Rohlman 60 300
1373 1 373 Annie Anie Harrington Harrln ton 60 300
1374 137 1 374 Josle Harrington Harringto 20 100
1384 1 Earnest Cornow 36 s 126
1389 189 1 280 Richard J Lutey 30 150
1392 1 392 Kinsman Wagner 100 500
1399 1 399 C J Wickstrom 100 500 500U80
U80 1400 1 400 John J Leitz Liz 200 1000
1401 1 401 1 Frank Fank H I Doerr 5 25 5
1405 105 1 405 Mrs Don McKenzie 50 250
1411 11 1 411 Frank H l Doerr 70 350
1415 116 1 415 J J Nobben 50 250 50
1417 117 1 417 J J Nobben 50 lD 250 25013t
1434 13t 1 434 John Kerr 100 500
1441 14 1 441 Thos H H Williams WIlams 70 360
1442 142 1 O L 1 Kennedy 100 500
1447 147 1 447 Mrs Susan Bell Bel lO 50 260
1448 148 1 445 Ida A A Bell Bel 50 250
1461 161 1 461 Fred Fr d Engalls Engals SO 400 4 00
1465 165 1 465 John T Bryant B ant 25 5 125
1477 177 1 477 Anton Nipro 50 250
1478 1 1 478 78 Caroline Carolne Shaeffer 10 10 50
1479 179 1 479 E H l Talbot 25 125
1481 181 1 Mrs George GeorJe Gilbert Gibert 40 200
1490 190 1 490 Mrs Frank Renskl 26 2 125
1491 191 1 491 Hattie Hatte Renskl 35 175
1533 1 533 Regina Distel 5 25
1534 1 534 Francisco Distel 5 25
1535 1 535 Frank Distel 20 100
1536 1 Andrew Mosbrugger lIObrugger 10 50
1538 1 538 Anna Saari 2 i 125 1252SO
1539 1 539 Mrs 1lrr F Kroll Krol 50 2SO
1541 154 1 541 Rose H Hammond 100 500
1550 1 550 Antonio De Luc 25 125
1553 1 Edw Ulseth Trustee Trustee 3 15 15155t
1554 1 Jennie C Brown 25 125
1555 1 555 Mary Mar K K Brown 25 5 125
1660 1 560 Axel Ael Kiskitlla KlsklUa 240 1200
1561 1 Paul Musso 60 250
lD
1564 1 564 Frank Schafer 200 1000
1569 1 569 John Waltz Walt 200 1000
1571 157 1 Chas Bracco 100 500
1573 1 573 Mose Miller 150 750
Mier
1578 1 578 H E Penninger 50 260 2lO
1579 Chas F Franson Fanson 260 1000
1582 1 Chas B Ulrlck Urick 190 10 500
1583 1 James Crocker 10 60
1588 188 1 Jos H Symons 25 125 11
1589 Chas B Saxby 100 10 500
1597 1 597 Frank Lanclot Lnclot BO 210 210S50
1601 William Wilam J Coombe 170 850 850ioo
1606 ioo M 1 A A Caine SB 1 126
1607 M C C Little Lite SO 250
1608 1 Jas T Hamilton Hamion 100 500
1621 16 1 621 A M 1 1 Peterson Petersc HO 10 750
1625 Myrtle Myrte Tlbbetts Tibbett 200 1000
1628 John McCarthy McCarty 40 200
1629 John McCarthy 1cCarthy 60 i 250
1631 Edw Dunn 40 290 29012S 210
1648 G H I Sanders Sanders 36 2 12S 121
1650 Jas a Sharpe 1 10 500 60017S
1652 1612 1 662 Matilda Matida Dunstan 35 17S
1653 Mrs Irs Nan Pryor Pror 60 lO 260 lO
1664 166 Wm E Steckbauer Stfckbuer 309 39 1690
1658 Frank Ricci 26 i 126 121
1660 Chas B Saxby 190 10 609
1680 Kate Kaczor K czor 20 100
1681 Mrs Francis Lamera Lmera 26 I 126
1682 C L 1 Llndfols 40 200
1683 Gus T Nelson 40 200 00
1685 Wm B Coombe 190 110 609
1686 Mrs Wm B Coombe 59 5 250 250
1687 Wm Hodgson 100 500
1688 Jas aB Harrington 100 500
1689 Annie Gummel 10 50
1690 Mrs Hilda Hida Hasael HaSel 100 500
1697 John Malnor 450 2250
1701 101 John D Cuddihy 290 B 1000
1702 John D Cuddihy 100 10 500
1703 John 011 D D Cuddihy 180 500
1704 John D Cuddihy 100 500
1705 John D CuddihY 200 00 1000
1706 Wm J Ctrombe CCmbe 30 150
1707 Ella Ela Rogers RORers 10 50
1709 Badger Bros 500 2500
1719 Jennie T Mann 50 250
179 1720 John C Mann 225 1125 125
1721 Lizzie Ceruttl Cerutt 4 20
1724 H H Howard 25 5 125
174 l
1726 Mrs D O Robinson 26 6 126
1733 Laura E Abbey 14 1 70
1734 133 Fannie Lura Sullivan Sulvan 50 0 260 2iO
1735 John A MacKenzie 50 250
1737 Jas as B B Burrell B rrel rrell 25 126
1741 Mrs John Peebles 50 250 2502RO
1746 August Tiesse 50 0 2RO 2lO
146
1748 148 Louis Saari 60 10 250
1749 Louis Saari 50 250
1751 179 Anton Mathas lathas 100 101 500
1757 Alfred N Noble 290 2 1000
1758 August Au ust Beck 240 1200 100
1761 F W Wagner Walner 100 500 oo
1765 William Wilam M l r Harris 800 4000
1766 William Wilam M l r Harris 200 1000
1768 J J Eichkern 200 1000
1776 Geo Conley 75 375
1787 176 F W V Kauppi 65 6517S8 5 276 27517S8
17S8 Oscar Stromback 26 136
1789 Margaret Downey 2i 125
1790 Margret Mrs F Murray Mury 2 25 125 126ioi
1791 R H Kerr 20 100
1792 R Wm Vm Schenk 16 1 76
1823 18 E K Keiser 100 190182fi 500
1826 F Remmerville Remmerle 60 lO 250 2502SO
1827 B Wittenberg Witenberg 59 250
1888 P J OConnor 200 1000
1830 Thong Jenkins 20 100
1834 183 Fannie ISOJ Calverly 25 125
1837 Thomas Thoma Foss 20 0 100
1839 H Pennlnger 2e i 126
l Penningr
1843 William Harkens Hark ns 50 260
Wiiam
1846 John Ettlnger Ettnger 75 375
1847 C R Mayers 7e 7 375
R
1861 F G Benjamin 80 400
1871 Amandas Thellbers Theiberg 200 1000
187 1872 F M 1 Larson Lrson 10 1018SO 50 5018S0 50isso
18SO W Etu 12 1 60
1882 W H Wing 50 5018S3 250 250lR83 2501RS3
18S3 Pauline Sharlon 60 260
1887 Eliz Paulne Grenier 20 100
1892 John Elz Drazich 100 1001S94 10 500
1S94 Louis Roy 100 500
1896 R Wills Wis 100 500
1903 George Morrison 100 500
1904 J J Arnovltz Arnovlz 100 100innc 500 500inir I
innc Tom Mitchell lltcheJ 15 75 75Ei 75iO7
1907 Ei Burton Barnham zoo luuu
1914 Tenjr Ten Campbell Campbel 50 250 50
1934 W P Wlnaas 100 500
1935 193 R Lynch 25 6 125
195 1937 Larry Duggan Duggn 500 2500
1940 Larry Larr Duggan 200 00 1000
1941 Larry Duggan 200 1000
1944 194 194 Larry Lrr Duggan 100 10 500
1945 Larry Lary Duggan 100 500
1946 Larry Duggan 100 500
Larr Duggn
1947 Larry Duggan 250 1250
1948 Larry Duggan 280 1250
1949 Larry Duggan 60 9 250
1950 Larry Lrr Lrry Duggan Duggn Duggn 60 fO 260 iO iO19J
195 195 T F ICilby Kiby 300 1500
1967 19J Edw Longtlne Lngtne 25 125
1958 Mrs W Denette Denete 26 125
1961 George A Curry 65 326
A Crry
1964 E George M Kunody 60 lD 250 250
1969 H H B Cole 20 0 100
1983 John Little 50 250
Lite
1984 198 William Wiiam Little Litte 190 11 500
1989 E C C Jones Joes 30 150
1992 Patrick Kearney 100 500
1995 Wm Chegrolddem Che rolddem 10 50
2000 Thos L Hilton Hion 160 llO 760
2008 Henry Michaels 50 250 210
Ien
2013 Everet Trowbridge 200 1000
2017 201 AugUst AUJst Johnson 160 800
2039 F R R Snow Com Company Company
pans 500 2500
2064 Theodore pany Tobiason Tobiaon 500 2600 2 00
2065 Theodore Tebiason 500 O 2500
2073 F R I Snow Co 100 500
2077 F R R Snow Ccr 500 2500
2080 F R R Snow Co 1000 5000
2083 Chas C Slater 80 400
2085 Mrs Wm J Coombe 50 250
2088 H E Twohia Twoha 25 125
2089 Deen L L Robinson 80 400
2090 Deen L Robinson 80 400
L
2099 F R R Snow Co 500 2600 2iOO
2107 F R Snow Co 500 2500
R
2110 Wm E Steckbauer 100 600
2111 210 Wm E Steckbauer 60 260
2112 211 Wm E Steckbauer 60 300
2115 212 Edw Nelson 150 760
215 2116 Mrs E T Murray 200 1000
2117 216 John Kuskila 100 500
217 2118 Fred Frd Stoyle tovle 100 500 I
2133 Mrs Julia ula Blum 25 125
2134 Erick Sabo 150 750 I
2139 N J 1 HendrIckson 10 50
2140 239 210 140 Jas D Godfrey Gofrey 250 1250
2145 215 F L L Barrett Barret 240 1200 100
2146 Joe os Jerman Jeran 50 250 2502H9
216 2149 R Smith Smih 67 335
n
2150 Freeman Rondall Randal 100 500
2151 Freeman Rondall RondaJ 150 10 750
2157 A B B Pembroke 500 2500
2208 F R R Snow fi Co 100 500
2217 221 H W Cram 100 600 OO
2237 Michael lOchael J Carrol Crrol 50 2 250 50
2238 Jas as R R Carrol 50 250
2239 Phillip Phiip Carrol 50 250
2240 Richard Richrd Carrol 100 500 5 00
2242 Sac as T Healey 100 500
2243 Jas Morgan 25 125
2247 Joe Herman Heran 100 500
2252 Henry Jenkins 100 5 500 oo
2267 2 7 Mrs Isabella Isa ela Tunis 60 10 Ss 250 250w269
2269 Ned McKenzie 100 50 500
2335 S M 11 Tlmberlake 100 500
2337 Frank Papish 160 8 800 00
2344 234 A B Etster 160 S SoO OO
348 Marie Nichols 100 5 500 500nsSg 00
359 F F R R Sncw Co 500 2500
2381 Chas Cha Olsen Osen Ulseth Iseth 50 250
2386 2 386 Margaret Gaynor 15 75
2405 2 F R R Snow Co 100 E90 0
2408 2 408 F R R Snow Co 500 tOO 3S80 eo
2413 243 2 413 F R R Snow Co 500 M9fl
2414 244 2 414 F R R Snow Co c o 600 50 2586 G
2425 2 Edw Ulseth Us Uls lh Trustee 5 21 5
2456 2 Louis N Legris 160 860 80
2487 287 2 487 Mrs 11s Mary Mar Knapp Kapp 85 Ii LSi
2488 2 Jos Gazorda 25 116
2489 2 Jos Harrington 109 599
2491 2 Anton Nigro 50 260 iO
492 2 Rudolph E Opland 100 599
2493 2 E Storer 1000 690
2494 244 2 E Storer Storr 1000 6999 500
2495 2 495 E E Storer 200 00 1000
2504 2 Henry Henr Wolfe 1408 100 78WO
2612 W P Davis Davlr DavIs3000 3000 16990 lleOO
2513 Dixon Dlxc Miller Mier Co1000 Co 1000 5000
2516 2 Edw Ulseth Trustee 20 100
2624 2 24 David James 1590 15t 7599
2525 2 525 David James 1000 5900
2541 254 2 Edw Ulseth Trusteo 50 260 1025f5
2555 25f5 Edward Ulseth Ulset Trus Trustee Trustee Trustee ¬
tee 326 1626 1626And 1625And 1626And
And in accordance with wih law and an anorder anorer anorder
order orer of the board of directors made madeon rnde rndeon
on the 10th day of August A A D 1909 1909and 1909and 1909and
and the 18th day of September A A A D
1909 so many shares of each ech parcel prcel of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such stock as may be necessary will wil be besold besold besold
sold at the office of the company companyrooms companyrooms companyrooms
rooms 201 and 202 Judge building buiding Salt SaltLake SaltLke SaltLake
Lake Lke City Ciy Utah on o the 14th 1th day of ofOctober ofOctober ofOctober
October A D 1909 at the hour of 930 930a 939a
a a m m to pay the delinquent delnquent assessment assesment
together with wih the costs of advertising advertisingand advertsing advertsingand
and expense of sale saleV saleV saleV
V S SNOW Secretary Secrtary
Location Locaton of office 2012 Judge buid buidint build buildin
in int m trSalt a SAl Salt Lak < City Cl Utah UtahNotice UtahNotce UtahNotice
Notice Notce of Application Applcaton for Desert Land LandSelection LandSelecton LandSelection
Selection Selecton No No5 No5NOTICE 5 5NOTICE 5NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN GIEN THAT THATGeorge THT THTGeorge THATGeorge
George A A Snow as trustee trutee for a cor corporation corporaton corporation ¬
poration poraton to be formed fored to be known knownas
as the Buck Horn Irrigation Company Companywhich Companywhich Companywhich
which corporation corporaton will Wil be entitled entted to totransact totransact totransact
transact business in the State Stte of Utah Utahhas Utahhas Utahhas
has made application opplcton to reclaim reclalm certain certaindesert certaindesert certaindesert
desert lands pursuant puruant to the Act of ofCongress ofCongress ofCongress
Congress approved August Augst 18 1894 1894and 1894and 1894and
and acts amendatory thereof known as asthe asthe asthe
the Carey Land Lnd Act and pursuant to toChapter toChapter toChapter
Chapter 2 of the Revised Revied Statutes Statute and andChapter andChapter andChapter
Chapter 31 of the laws of 1909 of the theState thoStte theState
State Stte of Utah Uta and all al supplemental supplementallaws supplementallows
laws lows and rules and regulations regulatons of the theDepartment
Department of the Interior of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States and of the U S Land LandOffice Lnd LndOffce LandOffice
Office Offce in the State of Utah Uth and the thethe thethe thethe
the rules and regulations of the State StateBoard StateBoard StateBoard
Board of Land Lnd reglatons Commissioners of the theState theStte theState
State Stte of Utah and said applicant applcnt pro proposes proposes proposes ¬
poses to construct reservoirs dams damscanals damscanals damscanals
canals ditches and other Irrigation Irrigationworks Irrgaton Irrgatonworks irrigationworks
works In accordance with plans sub submitted submitted ¬ I
mitted mlted to said board to store and carry carr
water for the purpose of reclaiming reclaimingsaid r lalmlngsnld
said lands and to sell and dis dispose dispose dispose ¬
sel
pose of water rights under the sys system system systern ¬
tem of Irrigation irrigatOn works thus proposed proposedto
to be constructed by the said company
the te said lands for which application applicationhas applcaton applcatonha
has ha thus thu been made being situate siuate in inthe Inihe inhe
the ihe County of Emery and State of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah and more particularly described describedas
as follows folows towIt partcularly
Surveyed WJ W of Wl W NE1 NE of NW1 NW
S 13 T 17 S R 10 E A 200 OO El S
14 1 T 17 S R R10 10 E A 320 SEJ SB Of SEJ
S 22 T 17 1 S R 10 E A 40 Ei SJ SJof SAof 55of
of SWj SW SEt of NWi Nl and NE i of ofSWi ofSWl ofSW6
SWi s 23 T 17 S R 10 B A 480 480NWi 40 40NWt 480NW
NWi of SWJ SW WJ W of NWi and SEJ SEJof
of NW1 S 24 4 T 17 S R 10 E A 160
NWJ NW WJ v of SW SWi S 26 T 17 S R 10
E A 240 SJ S NEi SE1 of NWJ S 27
T 17 1 S R 10 E A 520 SEt of SEJ Eiof Eiof Ei ESof
of SWJ SW and NW NWl of SWJ SW S 28 8 T 17
S R 10 E A 160 SWJ SWJ of NWJ
S 29 T 17 S R 10 E A 200 SEJ Si of
NEJ NE and NWJ NW of NEt S 30 T 17 S
R 10 E A 280 E o S 531 31 T 17 a R 10 10E
E A 320 Ei E Ei of f SWJ SWI of S SWi S
Ei E of NWJ and NWJ Nl NW of NWJ S 33
T 17 S R 10 E A 560 WJ NEJ Ni N of
SEt and SWJ of SEJ S 34 3 T 17 1 S R
10 E A 600 NWi of NWJ Nl NW S 35 T 17 1
S R 10 E A 40 Total Acres 4120 410 i
Unurveyed Unsurveye Wi W S 3 T 18 S R 10
E A 320 All Al of S 4 T 18 S R 10 E
A 640 SEJ Si of SWJ S 5 T 18 S R
10 E A 240 SJ Si of NEt S 5 of NWJ Nl
S S6T18SR1OEA480AIlofS7 6 T 18 S R 10 E A 480 All Al of S 7
T 18 S R 10 E A 640 all al of S 8 T 18
S SBIOEA640 R 10 E A 640 all al allofS9T185R10 of S 9 T 18 S R 10
E A 640 Wi S 10 T 18 S R RIO 10 K A 320
NWJ S 15 T 18 S R 10 E A 160 Nl
SWJ S 17 T 18 S S R 10 E A 430 all allof al allof
of S 18 T 18 S R 10 E A 649 Ni
SWJ S 19 T 18 S R 10 E A 480 SWJ SW
S 21 T 18 S R 10 E A 160 Wi St S 28
T IS S R l6 1u E A 320 Wi SEJ S 33
T 18 S R 10 E A 480 Si S 34 T 18 S
R 10 E A 320 SWJ S 35 T 18 S R 10
E A 160 Total acres 7120
Surveyed Sureyed Si S of NJ N Si S 1 T 18
S R 9 E A 480 NJ S 12 T 18 S R 119 9
EA 320 Si S 13 T 18 S R 9 E A
320 all al of S 24 T 18 S R 9 E A 640
S 51 S 23 T 18 S R 9 E A 320 NEJ
Wi WSs S 25 25T T 18 S 5119 R 9 E A A480 480 30 all al of
S 26 T 18 S R 9 E A 640 60 Si S 27 T
18 S R 9 E A 320 all al of S 34 T 18 S
R 9 E A 640 all al of S 35 T 18 S R S 9
E A 640 EJ E of EJ E S 33 T 18 S R
9 E A 160 Total acres 4960
49iO
Surveyed SEJ of NEJ Nl Lot 1 S 4
T 19 S R 9 E A 7987 Unsurveyed Si
S 12 T 19 S R 9 E A 320 SEJ S 11 1
T 19 S R 9 E A 160 all al of S 13 1 T 19
S R 9 E A 640 NEJ Si S 14 1 T 19 S
R 9 E A 480 NEJ Si S 22 T 19 S
R RSEA480allofsZ3Tl9sR 9 E A 480 all al Of S 23 T 19 S R
9 9EA640allofS E A 640 all al Of S 24 2 24T198R9E T 19 S R 9 B
A 640 all al of S 26 T 19 S R 9 E A 649 649all 648al 640all
all al of S 27 T 19 S R 9 E A 640 Total Totalacres Totalacres Totalacres
acres 471987 471987Unsurveyed 471987Unsureyed 471987Unsurveyed
Unsurveyed NWJ Ei EL S 4 T 19 1 S R
10 E EA A 480 4S0S5S5119Sfl10 80 Si S 5 tf J 19 S R 10 E
A 320all 320al of S 3 T 19 S R 10 E A 640
S 51 S 1 T 19 S R 10 E A 320 10 all of
S 8 T 19 S srt R 10 E A A640all 640 all al of al S SO 9
T 19 S R 10 E A 640 all al of S 10 T 19
S R 10 E A 640 all al of S 11 1 T 19 S
R R10EA640allofS12T19SR 10 E A 640 all al of o S 12 1 T 19 S S R
10 E EA640 A 640 Ni N S 13 T 19 S SR10 R 10 H
A A220all 320 all al of ofS S 14 1 T 19 S R 10 E EA A
640 all al of S 15 T 19 S R 10 E A 649
Ni N N5S17T19SR1OEA326N5S S 17 T 19 S R 10 E A 320 Ni 60 S
18 T 19 S R 10 E A 320 Si NE NEt S 7
T 19 S S R 10 E A 480 Total acres acre
7680 7680Unsurveyed 7680Unsurveyed 7680Unsurveyed
Unsurveyed Si S 6 T 19 S R 11 1 E EA EA
A 320 all al of S 7 7 T 19 19S S R 11 1 E A 640
NJ N S 18 T 19 S R 11 1 E A 320 Total Totalacres TotJ TotJacres Totalacres
acres 1280 Grand total 2987987
Salt Sal Lake Lke Base and Meridian MeridianThat MeridianThat MerldlanThat
That by said application applcton the said saidGeorge sid sidGeorge saidGeorge
George A Snow prays the undersigned undersignedto undlrslgned undlrslgnedto
to do and perform as soon as may
be all al acts and things provided to t be bedone bedone bedone
done and performed in such case by bysaid bysai bysaid
said sai undersigned under undr the said acts actsof actsof actsof
of Congress said sid laws of Utah and andsaid andsaid andsaid
said rules and regulations regulatons and to pro proo0Rd proceed proppd
o0Rd ppd thereunder so as to enable the thesaid thesaid thesaid
said applicant applcant as aforesaid to to con construct c cItruct construct ¬
struct Itruct complete and operate said Irri Irrigation Irrigaton Irnigation ¬
gation gaton works wor S and to sell sel and dispose disposeof disposeo
of water rights right thereunder and there thereby thereby thereby ¬
o
by effect efect the complete reclamation reclamaton and anddisposal anddisposal anddisposal
disposal of the said lands That by bysaid bysaid bysaid
said application applcton and maps map and plats platsfiled plat platefiled
filed fled therewith therewih the said en d applicant applicantclaims appUcnt appUcntclaims applicantclaims
claims the source of water supply to tobe tobe tobe
be In Huntington Huntngton creek and Bull creek creekand creeleand creekand
and their tributaries as shown by ap applications applcatons applications ¬
plications plcatons In State stte Engineers office officeof offce offceof
of the State of Utah Filing Flng Nos os 1191 191
1165 155 2356 and 2357 whlcvt whlc waters flow flowthrough fC
through Emery County Utah The Thedam Thedam Thedam 1
dam tQ the proposed reservoir reseroIr Is to be beconstructed beconstructed beconstructed
constructed at a point from which the thecorner te tecorner thecorner
corner of sections sectons 4 5 32 and 33 33Townships 33Townships
Townships 17 and 18 South Range Rn e 10 10East 19East 10East 1
East Salt Lake Lke Meridian bears bers North Not tJ
1 degree 42 minutes West 19199 1919 feet feetThe fet fetThe feetThe
The Initial inial point of a Joint Jant Main Canal Canalwill Cnal Cnalwi Canalwill
will wi be at a I point from which the quar quarter quarter quarter ¬
ter corner of Sections Sectons 9 and 16 Town Township Ton Tonship ¬
ship 17 1 South Range S East Est Salt Lake LakeMeridian Lke LkeMeridian iakeMeridian 1
Meridian bears South 10 degrees degree 8S 8Sminutes 15minutes s5minutea
minutes East 977 7 feet feet Canals ditches ditchespipe diches ditchespipe
pipe lines lnes and all al Irrigation IrrlAator works are areto areto I Ipipe I Ito
to be constructed c < and completed complete In Inaccordance Inaccordanee inaccordance
accordance with wit maps and on file fie with withthe wih wihthe I Ithe
the undersigned and so as to Ic convey conveywater conveywater conveywater
water to the said lands In sufficient sufficientquantities suffcient suffcientquanttes sufficientquantities
quantities quanttes to irrigate and reclaim the thesame te tesame thesame
same sameThat sameThat sameThat
That the applicant applcant proposes to con construct construct construct ¬
struct said reservoir approximately approximatelyIn
In sections sectons 16 17 20 21 and 29 Town Township Township Township ¬
ship 18 South Range 10 Ea Eat East t S L L M Mwhich lL lLwhich Mwhich
which Township Is not subdivided to tocontain tocontin tecontain
contain contin 17000 acre feet of water wier That Thatthere Thatthere Thaithere
there will wil be a I Joint Main Canal and andSiphon an anSiphon andSiphon
Siphon Mellvllle 1eUle Hadden North NOth Buck BuckHorn BuckHorn BulHorn <
Horn and West Wet Buck Horn canals can ls all allof al
of which appears from the maps plats platsand platsand platand I
and drawings on file fe In the office of ofthe otthe 01the
the undersigned undersignedWritten undersignedWriten undersignedritten
Written Writen ritten objections objectons to the said sid ap application applicatiOn ¬
plication plcaton and proposal may be died fled with withthe wih wihthe I Ithe
the undersigned within wihin forty 40 days daysfrom I Ifrom
from the first frst publication publcaton of this no notice notce notice ¬
tice MISSIONERS MISSIONERSW tce STATE BOARD OF LAND LAD COM COMMISSIONERS COMMISSINERS CordMISSIONERS ¬
W H l FARNSWORTH FARNSWORTHSecretary FARNSWORTHSeretary FARNSWORTHSecretary
Secretary SecretaryFirst SeretaryFirAt SecretaryFirst
First Publication Puhlcton Sent 23 1909 1909Notice 190 190Notce 19flNotice
Notice Notce of Stockholders Meeting MeetingOregon MeetlngOregon MeetingOregon
Oregon Short Line Railroad Rairoad Co CoTHE COTHE CoTHE
THE ANNUAL ANNA MEETING OF THE THEstockholders THEstokholders TEllstockholders
stockholders stokholders of the Oregon Short Line LineRailroad ijnRailroad
Railroad Rairad company will wi be b held at the Lne LneRairad of office ottce office ¬
fice tce of the th company in Salt Lake Lh La city
Utah on Wednesday October Octobr 13 1 1909 Cl at at a
10
12 oclock m m for the election electon of fifteen tUten
directors director of the company and for the thetransaction thetransacton tb e etransaction
transaction transacton of such other business busines as a a may ma
legally legaly come before the meetIng etng The Tb S
books bools for the transfer transer of stock will wi be beclosed b b 0 0closed
closed for the purposes of the
te meeting meetng at atthe atthe a t tthe
the close of business on Monday Septem ¬
ber 13 13 1909 19 and will wl be b reopened leopened on oi S
Thursday October Octobr 14 1 1909 1909ALEX 19J 19JALEX 1909ALEX 01
ALEX MILLAR MLL Secret SecretDated aeceu aeceuDated Secretv SecretvDated
Dated Sept 6 1909
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESConsult
Consult county clerk or the respuctlva respuctlvaers reepuetiveffurtkerInformaUon
sign signPROBATE ers forfurther ffurtkerInformaUon ffurtkerInformaUonN Informatlgn InformatlgnIN
IN N THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun county county ¬
ty state of Utah In the matter of the tbaestate theestate
estate of J A Goodhue deceased deceasedNO deceasedNOties No Notice ¬
ties ticeTh
Th petition of M B Sowles adminis administrator adminietrator ¬
trator of the estate of J A Goodhue de deceased deceased ¬
ceased praying for the settlement of final finalacoount finalaccount
account of said M B Sowles administra administrator ¬
tor and for the distribution of the residue residueof
of said estate to the persons entitled has hasb hasbeen
b been en Mt for hearing on Friday the 8th 8thday 8thday
day of October A D 1046 at 2 oclock oclockp
p m at the county court house in th thcourt thcourt
court room of said court in Salt Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with the theseel theseal
seal thereof affixed this SBth th day of ofSeptember ofSeptember
September A D 1909
MARGARET ZANE WTTCHBR WITCHERSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkVan
Van Cott Allison Rlter Attorneys for forPetitioner forPetitioner
Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake court county courtty ¬
ty state of Utah In th the matter of the thaestate theestate
estate of Delilah K Olson deceased deceasedNotice deceasedNotice
Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of Culbert L Olson admin administrator administrator
istrator of the estate of Delilah K C Ol Olson 01son ¬
son deceased praying for an order of ofof nfsale
sale of r rtl l nrnn nrnnrtv rtv of ul said < i rtMvwlAnt and artiTthat andthat
that all persons Interested appear before beforethe beforethe
the saM court to show cause why an or order order ¬
der should net be granted to sell so somuch somuch
much SB shall be neoeeeary of the tot following totlowing ¬
lowing described real and personal prop property property ¬
erty of said deceased towlt Five head headof headof
of cows cowsParcel cowsParcel
Parcel A Containing about seventytwo seventytwoacres
acres and described MB follows towlt
Part of the N E H of the S W of ofsec ofsee
sec 7 tp a S R 4 West S L M be beginning beginning ¬
ginning 5 rods and 17 links east of N W WCorner Wrner
Corner rner of said H and running thence east easta
a rods thence south 17 rods thence west
76 rode thenoe north 17 rods to place of
beginning Also lot 2 and the 3 E 14 of
the N W of said Sec 7 excepting
therefrom the following detieribed piece
Beginning 24 rods south and 38 rods 12
links east of the N W corner of said lot
2 thence east 44 rode thence south 38 38rods 38rods
rods and 16 links thence west 46 rods 20 0
links thence north 45 minutes west 38 38rods 38rods
rods 12 links to place of beginning said saidexception saidexception
exception containing about 1016 10 14 acres
Also excepting therefrom another piece piecesold piecesold
sold to J D Smfth beginning 40 rods rodseast rodeeast
east of S W corner of lot 2 thence east
45 rods 17 links thence north 18 rods
thence west 45 rods and 20 links thenra thenrasouth theneesouth
south 18 rods to place of beginning con containing contaming ¬
taming 5 28160 acres Together with water waterright waterright
right thereto consisting of and represent represented ¬
ed by 12 shares of low water right and
22 shares of high water right In the Fill Fillmore Fillmore
more Irrigation company a corporation corporationunder corporationunder
under the laws of Utah
Parcel B Commencing 6 chains south southand southand
and 987 chains east c cj the northwest eon corner eonner ¬
ner of lot 2 In section 7 township 21 21south 1 1south
south of range 4 west S L M thenco thencoeast thenoeast
east 1185 chains thence south 422 chains chainsthence chainsthence
thence west 1182 chains thence north 45 45minutes 45minutes
minutes west 422 chains to the place of
beginning and containing five acres of
land without water right
Parcel C The following described pram
lees In lot 2 in block 76 plat A in Fill Fillmore Fillmore
more City survey situated In section 20
township 81 south of range 4 west 8
L M containing 1 acres together with withwater withwater
water right AH of the above described describedreal
real estate is In Millard county state of
Utah has been set for hearing on Fri ¬
day the Sth day of October A D 1909 1909at 1909at
at 2 oclock D m at the county court courtouse courtflouse
ouse m the court room of said court courtn
in n Salt Lake City Salt Lake county rtah
Witness the clerk of said court with
he seal thereof affixed this 26th day of
September A D boo 1908MARGARET booMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE W1TCHEJR
Seal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
Web Weber r Olson Attorneys for Petl
loner honorIN lonerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PROate
bate > ate division In and for Salt Lake coun couny
ty y state of Utah In the matter of the thaslate theestate
slate and guardianship of Frederick B BiVieeman
iVieeman minor Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe
The petition of William E Loses the thnguardian theguardian
guardian of the person and the estate of
Frederick S Wiseman minor for con ¬
firmation of sale of the following de described doscribed ¬
scribed real estate towlt Beginning 3 3ode 3rods
ode east from the northwest corner of ofot
lot ot 6 block 36 plat B Salt Lake City
survey and running thence east 3 rods
hence south 10 rods thence west 3 rods
hence north 10 rods to the place of be beginning beginning ¬
ginning situate In Salt Lake county state stataof stateof
of Utah for the sum of 1700 and upon
the following terms towlt Cash upon
delivery of deed as appears from the thereturn thereturn
return of sale filed In this court has been
set for hearing on Friday the Sth day of
October A D 1909 at 2 oclock p m at
the county court houee In the court room roomof roomof
of said court in Salt Lake City Salt Lake Lakecounty
county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court with
th the seal thereof affixed this 34th day of
September A D 1906 1906MARGARET 1908MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE W1TCHER
Sal Clerk
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk
E O Leatherwood Attorney for Pet ¬
tioner
Assessment Notice NoticeJUNO NoticeJUNO
JUNO MINING COMPANY OF STOCK
ton on Principal place of business Salt
Lake City Utah Location of mine Rush
Valley Tooete county Utah 4 4Notice
Notice IB hereby given that at a meet
In leg of the board of directors of the Juno
Mining company held on the 28th th day of
September 1908 assessment No 11 of one onequarter onequarter
quarter of a cent per share was levied leviedon
on thecapital stock of the corporation
issued and outstanding payable Immedi Immediately immediately ¬
ately to H W Davis acting treasurer treasurerat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock upon which this assess assessment assessmeat ¬
meat may remain unpaid on Saturday
Oct 30 ISM will be delinquent and ad advertised advertleed ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunless
unless payment is made before will ba basold besold
sold on Saturday Nov 30 19W at 12 m mat niat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake City
to pay the delinquent assessment then thereon
on together with east of advertising and andexpense andexpense
expense of sale saleH saleH
H W DAVIS Acting Secretary
Room 9 Central Block Salt Lake City
Utah
I IAssessment
Assessment No 4 4GOLD 4GOLD
GOLD MOUNTAIN CHAMPION MTN Mj
Ing Milling company Principal office officeand offkeand
and place of business 216 South Main Mainstreet Mainstreet
street Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a meet ¬
ing of the board of directors held on th th15th the theis
is 15th i day of September 1909 an assessment assessmentof
of of 1 cent per share was levied and andassessed aniassessed
assessed on the capital stock Issued and andoutstanding andoutstanding
outstanding of the corporation payable payableforthwith payablforthwith
forthwith to C R Long the secretary of ofsaid ofasid
said company at 216 South Main street streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon uponwhich uponwhich
which this assessment may remain un unpaid Unpaid ¬
paid on the 27th day of October 1999 will willbe willbe
be delinquent and advertised for sae ac acpublic atpublic
public auction and unless payment is ismade ismade
made before will be sold on the 15th day dayof dayof
of November 1909 to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentasaeeimeflt
assessment thereon together with costs costsof costsof
of advertising and expense of sale saleC
C R LONG Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah UtahSpecial UtahSpecial
Special Stockholders Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT A SPECIAL SPECIALmeeting SPECIALmeeting
meeting of the stockholders of The Com Commercial Cornmerciall ¬
mercial Black association A corporation corporationof
of Utah has been called by the officers officersand officersand
and directors to be held at the office of ofthe ofthe
the corporation towit At the business businessoffice businessoffice
office Of the Continental National bank bankSli
Slt Lake City Utah on Wednesday Ort
30 1 1008 at 12JO oclock p m of that day
for the purpose of considering and rat ¬
fying the action taken and resolutions resolutionspassed resolutonspassed
passed by the board of directors at a ameeting ameeting
meeting held on Sept M M09 1I authoriz ¬
ins the borrowing of 570000 for five years yearsat
at 6 per cent Interest payable semian semiannually semiannually
nually from the Penn Mutual Life In Insurance Insuranee ¬
surance company and securing the pay ¬
ment of same by the promissory note of
the corporation and a mortgage of all
1U real estate estateBy estateBy
By order of the board boardW beaMW
W P NOBLE Vice President
A E KIMBALL Secretary SecretarytJXION SecretaryVNION
tJXION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM ¬
PAY PANYAnnual PAYAnnuni
Annual Meeting MeetingTHE MeetingTHE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE THEstocbholaers THEstockholaere
stocbholaers of Union Pacific Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany
company will be held at the office of th thcompany the thecompany
company In Salt Lake City Utah on ongcay
Tuescay gcay October 12th 1908 at twelve twelveoclock twelveoclock
oclock soon for the election of fifteen f1fteedtrecwrs
directors of the company and for the thetransaction tiretransaction
transaction of such other business as may
legally come before the meeting meetingThe meetingThe
The books for the transfer of sloe sloeboth stock
both common and preferred will t be beclosed > 9 9closed
closed for the purposes of the meeting at
3 oclock p m on Monday Sept ijth ijth1S09
1S09 and will be reopened at ten oclocle ocloclea Odlo OdloU
a m fl on Wednesday October 13th 19u9 19u9ALEX i9uALEX
ALEX MILLAR MILLARSecretary 3IILLARSecretary
Secretary
Dated August 24 1303
0
Money Sliver Slver Etc EtcNew EtcNew EtcNew
New York Oct Oct 4 4Money Money on call callstrong cal
strong 4R4 4Ny per cent ruling rUlng rate rte and andclosing andclosing andclosing I
closing bid 4 per cent offered at 4 per percent percenE parcent
cent centTime cenE cent centTime
Time loans lons firm frm for sixty days 4 per percent pr prcnt percent
cent cnt for ninety days 4 per cent for forsix forsix forsix
six months 4 ½ H ½ per cent
4f cent
pr
Prime Plmt mercantile mercante paper 45 4 5 per cent cent
pr
Sterling Sterlng exchange steady with wth actual I
business In bankers bills bil at 48410
48415 4815 for sixtyday bills bis and at 486 for
demand demandCommercial demandCommercial demandCommercial
Commercial bills bis 483484 48 HH8
Bar silver siver 51 cents cent centsMexican
Mexican Meican dollars dolars 43 cents centsGovernment cnts
Government Goverment bonds steady stead railroad riroad I
bonds irregular
Metal Markets MarketsNew MarketsNpw MarketsNew
New York Oct Oct 4 Standard copper coppereasy copperesy coppereasy
easy esy on New York metal exchange today todavwith todawih
with wih no business bldness reported Spot SPt October Octoberand Octobeand
and November closed closd at 12401265 12Ql2w De December December December ¬
cember 12401270 14170 January Januar 12501280 12 128
London Lndon market easy Spot Spt 58 13s 1 M 1
futures future 59 5 lOs 10 Local Locl dealers quote lake lakecopper lakecoppr lakcopper
copper coppr at 13001325 3013 electrolytic electrolytc 1275
1800 110 casting cstng 126212S7 126212S7Tin 126 1262112S7TinFirm 87 87TinFrm
Tin TinFrm TinFirm Firm spot spt and October 305088075 5
November December Dfember and January 3055
ftSOSO fr London market firm and higher hlghet
anl
Spot 139 13 lOs and futures 140 12s 6d
Lead Led closed quiet spot 430Q 43437 L3O437 > 437 G nom nomnal ¬
inal i New York and at 4200425 42 East St StLouis StLuis
Louis Luis London market unchanged oa 13 132s 1 I I2s
2s Cd CdSpelter ro GdSpeller
Speller Speter closed quiet spot 5751590 750 New T TYork
York and at 0706680 78 East Elst St St Louis LouisLondon LouisLndon LouisLondon
London Lndon market unchanged at 23 5s 5sIron 55Iron 5sIron
Iron lower 82s 12s 4d 4 d for Cleveland war warrants warrnt warrants ¬
rants rnt in London Local Loal market market firm frm No NoI
1 foundry foundf northern norther No 1 southern souther foundry foundry foun ioundry ¬
dry and No 1 southern soft sof SI92 19251975 19251975No 19
No S foundry foundr northern 187061925 IS7
Treasury Statement StatementWashington StatementWashlngton StatementWashington
Washington Oct Oct 4 4The The condition conditon of ofthe ofth ol t
the th treasury tresur at the beginning of bust business buslnts bustness ¬
ness nts today toay wasas was as folows folowsTrust followsTrust follows followsTrust
Trust funds fundsGold funds fundsGo15
Gold coin cin S65027S S65027SSilver SI02S S6027SSilver
Silver dollars dolars 48498600 48498600Silver 4196 48I046Sliver
Silver SIer dollars dolars of 1890 11J 4065000 40O 4000Silver
Silver Siver certificates certfcte outstanding 4S49K09e 490
General fund fundStandard tundStandard fundStandard
Standard silver siver dollars dolars In gen general general genoral ¬
eral fund fun 7S634430 7S634430Current ii64Z D DCurrent
Current Curent liabilities labites 9SOOS927 9SOOS927Working 7 7Working
9sOm 9sOmWorking
Working balance in treasury treasur of office otfee office ¬
fice fee 3224316S 3224316SIn 324il 324ilIn S SIn
In banks bnks to credit of treasurer treasurerof
of the United States StatesSubsidiary 39077588 39077588Subsidiary 3Oi5 Ii
Subsidiary Subidiar silver siver coin 21210751 21210751Minor 221071 221071Minor 1 1Minor
Minor coin 1964317 1964317Total 196317 7 7Total
Total balance balanc in general fund 961 9619690 69Go
Evaporated Fruits FruitsNew FruitsNew FruitsNew
New York Oct 4 Evaporated 4Eaprated apples applesfirm applesfr applesfirm
firm fr fancy 10 1011 11 1 choice 989 9i ½ prime primeSS4 primeSS
prme prmecommOn
SS4 SS common to fair fairPrne 6S 6SPrunes
Prunes Prne firm fr with wih the larger sizes sizesscarce sizEs sizEsSrce Sizescarce I
scarce Srce California Calorlo 27 2 up to 4060s Ore Oregon Ore Oregon ¬
gon 010 010Apricots 9 9Aprict 0Apricots
gn Apricots Aprict Inactive Inatve but supplies supples from the theroast thl thfOast
roast cost are arriving ariving slowly and the situa situation siua siuaton situation ¬
tion ton in the primary primar market appears to be bestrong bestrong b bstrong
strong choice 10 1 extra choice 11 110 fan fancy fancy fancy ¬
cy 1112 1112Peaches 1 111J12Peaches 12
Peaches Peche firm fr choice 5 516 56 < g6 extra extrachoice extr t tchoice
choice choie 66 60 fancy nominal nominalRaisins nominalRlns nominalRaIsins
Raisins Rlns unchanged loose muscatel 3 3Ai
Ai 4 ½ choice to fancy seeded 49W6 Hi661 seed seedless seedlees ¬
less 4 3S5 London layers layer 12QL2a
Wool Market MarketSt MarketSt
St St Louis Luis Oct Oct 4 4ToolFlr 4WoolFirm Wool Firm medium mediumgrades mediumAAde inedlungrades
grades AAde combing and clothing 2360 O light lightflneJ3e87 lght lghtfne IIghfine
flneJ3e87 fne fine 27 257 heavy hov fine fIne 13021 1 21 tub washed wash6
Elgin Butter Buter ButerElgin ButterElgin
Snl Elgin 111 II ntld Oct O < t 4Butter 4ButerFlrm 4ButterFirm Firm at atSnl 30c 30eSilc
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago PROVISIONSChicago
Chicago Oct Ot 4 4A A heavy tone caused
by large offerings oferngs from the te northwest northwestcharacteried northwest northwestcharacteried
characteried charctered the wheat whet market maket all al day
with wih the exception excepton of a few minutes at
the opening but losses losss were not material materia
The selling selng of December and buying of
May by certain cerin elevator interests fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished the only feature of the day Cash Cashwheat Cashwheat Cashwheat
wheat was firm firmThe fr firmThe
The trend of corn cor was wa still stl downward
The new crop is estimated estmated by a local locl ex expert expert expert ¬
pert at 2700000000 27000 bushels Cash corn cor in inthe Inthe inthe
the sample market declined declned 141c lc 1e
Oats developed an unmistakably weak weakone
tone t one Cash oats oat In the unmlstabl sample market market
however remained steady At the bottom botom botomDecember bottomDecember
December was wa off of nearly a cent and the theclose theclose theclose
close was c under Saturday
In the provisions market October lard lardwas lardwa lardwas
was wa the only product to advance closing closinge
lOc 10 b e higher Such demand as there was waswas waswas waswas
was mainly for January Januar delivery deUver Cash Cashproduct Cashproduct Cashproduct
product was firm firmThe firmTe firmThe
The Te leading leadlnJ futures futurs ranged as follows followsWHEAT folows folowsWHEAT followsWHEAT
WHEAT WHEATI
WHEATOpen
I Open I High Hgh 1 Low Lowj I Close CloseDec CloseDee CloseDec
Dec Dee 1100 ll0110lr 1100 i100fl09 199 1100 1100May 100
May 10 102 1102 10i jl02 jl02CORN UP r110 1102 1102CORN 10
CORN CORNI
I Open I High Hgh I Low Lw I Close CloseOct CloseOct CloseOct
Oct OctDec Oct 69 Ifr l5 l5Dec S3 S3P6 59 5
Dec DecMay De I 6 677I67 1 ml 6 P6 37 5 57 57May 57May
May 5 590t59 Q J69 J69OATS 59 59 59OATS 5
OATS OATSDec OATS
I 40Open Open I High I Low LoW I Close CloseDee CloseDec
Dec Dee 14 140 40 p09 40 4 3S39 39 S9 8 G9May
Ma May I41H2 j4242 4 42 13i 4141 4 U43cz 4 13 4141 4141MESS 414 414MESS 4lW41MESS
MESS PORK PORKPer Per bbl bblOpen bblI
I Open I High HighOct I Lw Low I Clos Close CloseOct
Oct Oct 12310 12310Jan 12325 25 12310 310 12325 2325Jan
Jan J1855 15 1855 12 1865 185 1 1842 182 1232 1852 1852LARD 15 15LRDPer 1852LARDPer
LARD LRDPer LARDPer Per 100 10 Ibs IbsOpen IbsI
I Open I High fgh I Low I Close CloseOct CloseOct CloseOct
Oct Oct 122ftj 1227 1232 1231 12 1232 1232Nov
Nov 11211 llSO llSOJan 118 1185 18 1121 1175 117510S5 175 11 1180 18 1180Jan Y
Jan 1092i < 1095 10S5 108 11090 11090SHORT 109 1090ISHORT
ISHORT SHORT RIBS RIBSPer RIBSPer Per 100 10 Ibs IbsOct IbsI
I Open I High Hgh fow J Low I Cs CsOct Close Close11CO CloseOct
Oct OctJan 11CO 10 1162 1160 1100 1160Jan
Jan JanMay an 975 16Y 975 110 970 9709G3 116 972 97 972May
May 970 972 97 9G3 90 970 970Cash 970Cash 970Cash
Cash quotations quotatons were as follows followsFlour toHowsFlourFirm followsFlourFirm
Flour FlourFirm FlourFirmRyeNo2 FlourFirmRyeNo Firm FirmRyeNo
RyeNo RyeNo2 2 7273 7273Barley 77 7273BarleyFeed
Barley BarleyFeed Feed or mixing 5051 551 fair to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice malting maltng 5564 5564Flax 5 564Flax
Flax Fla seed seedNo No 1 southwestern southwester 132 132No 132No
13y
No 1 northwestern norwester 14214 1421 1421SedTlmoth 142 142SeedTimothy
Seed SedTlmoth SeedTimothy Timothy 260S350 260S350Pork 2 260350PorkMess 5
Pork PorkMess Mess per pr bbl bbl 2425 2425Lard 2i2 2425LardPer
Lard LarPer LardPer Per 100 10 Ibs 1240 1240Ribs 14 1240RibsShort
Ribs RibsShort RibsShort Short sides loose oose ll40gll70 ll40gll70short 14 11401170short 170 170short
short clear sides boxed 1212 1212Grain 11I 1212Grain
Grain Statistics StatisticsTotal Statstcs StatstcsTotal StatisticsTotal
Total clearances clearnces of wheat and flour flourwere four fourwere flourwere
were equal to 361000 3o bushels Exports Expor for forthe forthe forthe
the week wek as shown by Bradstreets Brdstrets were wereequal wereequal wereequal
equal to 13700000 1310 bushels bushel Primary Primar re receipts receipts receipts ¬
ceipts were wer 2353000 230 bushels compared with wih
2519000 25190 bushels the corresponding corespondIng day a ayear ayear ayear
year ago The visible supply of wheat in inthe Inthe I Ithe
the United Unied States increased Incad 2992000 2920 bush bushels bushels bushels ¬
els for the week eek The amount of bread breadstuff brd brdstuf breadstuff ¬
stuff stuf on ocean ocan passage pasage Increased Increasd 1400000 1400000bushels 140 14000bushels
bushels Estimated Estiatd receipts for tomorrow tomorrowWheat tomorow tomorowhent tomorrowWheat
Wheat cars cr hent hogs 69 E cars car 10000 corn cr head 511 51 cars crs oats oat 264 264cars 5cr l I Icars
New York Grain GrainNew GrainNew GrainNew
New York Oct Ot 4 4FourReeept 4FlourReceipts Flour Receipts 31
400 4 barrels barels exports xprt 14SOO 1S barrels Mar ¬
ket ktt firmly frmly held hed with wih a local inquiry inquir InquirMinnesota
Minnesota patents patent 440465 4 6 winter winterstraights winterstraight wlnteistraights
straights straight 4906510 4906510Wheat 40510 40510VheatReelpts 490510WheatReceipts
Wheat WheatReceipts VheatReelpts Receipts 271200 21r bushels ex exports export exports ¬
ports port 166000 1660 Spot steady No 2 red rednominal re rednominal
nominal elevator No 2 red nominal
f o b afloat afoat No 1 northern Duluth
109 109 nominal f o b afloat afoat No No2 2 hard hardwinter hardwinter i iwinter
winter 114 11 nominal f o b afloat
Opening firm frm and higher today on bullish bullishcables bulsh bulshcables afoat i icables
cables wheat gradually gadualy eased off under
big receipts receipt a less active northwest cash
demand and a bearish bearsh snow report doe ¬
ing quiet at 24c c net loss December De mber 107 10 cos
May 108
Butter Buter Cheese and Eggs EggsNew EggsNew EggsNew
New York Oct Oct 4 4ButerFlrl 4ButerFlrlcrpamer 4ButterFIrm 4ButterFIrmcreamery Butter Firm Firmcreamery
creamery crpamer specials speials 31 tljird tllrd to extras 21 21ti30 2
ti30 3 process proces 23627 227 western factory factor 28t 23 >
24 imitation Imitaton creamery 254126 G
Cheese CheseSted Steady State full ful cream spe specials spedale
daIs 15416 1 16 fancy tanc 15 1 common u ugood tlgool t tgood
good gool 1114 1114Eggs lH lHEggsteady 11i4l4EggsSteady
Eggs Eggsteady EggsSteady Steady western wester extras 2526fe
firsts frsts 24g25 2i2 seconds sec nds 2223 2223Chicago 2 2223Chicago 2 2Chico 2W2
Chicago Chico Oct Oct 4 4ButterSteady Butter ButerStedy Steady cream creameries creameries creamerles ¬
eries 2i29 2t dairies daires 22Ci26 22Ci26Eggs 22426EggsReceipts
Eggs EggReeipt EggsReceipts Receipts S2S7 8 22 market steady ai aimark aimark a I Imark
mark mark cases CUi included 18 firsts 22 2 prim
firsts trts trtsCheeseFir 24 24Cheese 24CheeseFirm
Cheese CheeseFir CheeseFirm Firm daisies 1515 twins
1415 1 15 young Americas Americ l1l5 15C15 15C15Horns 16 15 Ion
Horns hors 15615
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarN SugarNtw
New N w York Oct Oct 4 4Coffee Coffee futures closed closedsteady I Isteady
steady stead net 5 to to 10 points pont higher cose Sales Sale
21000 20 bags bgs October Octobr 550 15 November 565 5
580 50 December 5GO565 506 March 1arch 575 May Iar
580 56 July and September Septembr 5S5 5S5Coffee 58 585CoffeeSpot
Coffee CoCfecpot CoffeeSpot Spot steady No 7 Rio 74 0
7 516 516 No 4 Santos S9 S mild mid dull dul
Cordova S12 S12Sugar S 812SugarRaw 12
Sugar SugarRaw SugarRaw Raw steady fair refining refning 378
37
fJ373 373 3731 Centrifugal Centriugal S6 test 420423 420423molasses 422 420t433molasses
molasses quiet sugar sugr 3456347 3 4 l Refined Refned IB IBquiet 15 I Iquiet
LIVESTOCK MARKETS MARKETSSouth MARKETSSouth
South Omaha Oct Oct 4 4atteReelpt 4CattleReceipts Cattle Recelptc
11600 16 market steady ste2d Native Natve steers sters 470 4 4i0
i0 tt60 SOO cows and heifers 300500 3 60 west western western westem
ern em steers 3 350640 64 cows cws and heifers 271 2
fM25 L25 2 canners 2006300 2040 stockers ant
feeders 27625 27 calves cle 325 3i543i5 < 375 bulls bullsstags bulfstag bul1stags
stags stag etc 275450 275450Hogs 27a5 2To450hogsReceipts 3467
Hogs HogsReceipts Receipts 2000 30 market steady sted
Mixed lxd 7SO7S5 7s7 light lght 775S790 779 pigs 6W 6f 1
750 75 bulk of sales 7S012785 7S012785Sheep 788 7901J7S5SheepRoceipts
Sheep SheepReipts SheepRoceipts Receipts 4000U 400 market stead stadr
Fed muttons mutons 500530 503 wethers wether 400655 400655ewes 400525ewes
ewes 400425 405 lambs C50710 C50710Kansas 65l0 65l0Kansas 65071OKansas 40C5 40C5ewes
Kansas City Cf Oct 4 4CatteRecelpts 4CattleReceIpts Cattle Receipts
20000 O market steady to strong Nativt Nativtsteers NaUnsteers I Isteers
steers 452 lGQ6ii25 native natve cows and heifers
225 2 225550 550 5 stockers and feeders 30065C 30065Cbulls 3OOfJS50bulls
bulls bul 2506S75 7 calves clves 350750 355 305 western westernsteers wester r rsteers
steers 365fi675 31G75 western cows 2506 250425 250425HogsReceipts 425
Hogs HogsReeipt HogsReceipts Receipts 10000 10oJ 100 market 25f42 steady stead steadBulk
Bulk of sales sles 770805 7708o heavy 800t815 800t815packers 80tKl 80tKlpackers 80tj13packers
packers and butchers 790815 79815 light lght 750 75 0
6 800 00 0 pigs 550575 550575Sheep 55575 55575ShetpReelpts 550573SheepReceipts
Sheep ShetpReelpts SheepReceipts Receipts 15000 150 market steady
Muttons Iutons 400500 4W0 lambs o546SO 5 6 range rangewethers rng rngwethers rangiwethers
wethers and yearlings 400S625
elngs 4 62 range rangeewes rangeewes rangewes
ewes 300400 300400Chicago 30 300400Chicago 0 0Chicgo
Chicago Chicgo Oct 4 4atteReelpt 4CattleReceipts Cattle Receipts esti estimated estimated estimated ¬
mated at 28000 20 market generally generly steady
Beeves leves 440Sr 440SSO Texas steers 385 3 385510 385510western < g610 g610western 10 10wester
western wester steers steer 400700 40O stockers stocler and andfeeders an anfeeders anfeeders
feeders 34552o 345 cows and heifers heifer 21ft 210 I
600 60 calves 700S900 700S900Hogs 7 700000HogsReceipts 90
Hogs HogsReceipts HogsReceipts Receipts estimated estmatd at 24000 210 mar market market market
ket slow steady Light 710 71082 71G825 ° 825 mixed mlxel mixed760S40
760840 76 40 heavy 7SO840 754 rough 7506775 7506775good 7577 7577good
good to choice heavy havy 7759840 77 4 pigs 630 6 L
730 73 bulk of sales 7SOS25 7SOS25Sheep 702 7904J25SheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceipt SheepReceipts Receipts estimated estmate at It 35000 30 mar market markpt 2 ¬
ket steady Native Natve 2656oOO 2650 western wester 275 275tgSOO 2 27 1
tgSOO 600 0 yearlings earlng 4500650 4 6f lambs native natve 1
425730 42 western wester 450735 4
Flax Market MarketMinneapolis
Minneapolis Oct 4 4Flax Flax closed at 13S L

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