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8 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 10 1909
IS DVORCE DUE 1
T STOMACH ILLS
Easterner Says Bad Mental
Poise Is Result of Dys
pepsia
CAUSE OF SNAPPY TEMPER
I
My Treatment Makes Gloom Give
Tretent 1rke Goom Gve
Way to Smiles Is His
Assertion
Is the growing menace of divorce
partly due to the increasing ravages
of dyspepsia Such u conclusion might
be drawn from the theory advanced
yesterdaj by the Cooper stomach
man whose remarkable ideal have
been causing much discussion
I am evuy day becoming more finn
iy convinced he said when inter
Mewed that more domestic unhappi
ness is caused by that miserable feeling
called a little out of sorts than by any
The nerves irri
other one cause nere are
table everything looks blue a naturally
ly good tempered person becomes nap
py cross and hard to get along with
No one vho is feeling thoroughly well
will b peevish and irritable without
cause In nine cases out of ten a bad
temper is caused by Ill health And 95
per cent of all disease is caused by a
stomach out of order Tone up the
mach Kt the food to digesting prop
frly the blood properly nourished th
nerves in order and the irritable quar
relsome disposition will vanish a if by
magic When one is full of exuberant
good health everything looks rosy
In meeting the thousands of people
who have interviewed me here I have
been struck by the difference in their
facial expression which my treatment
makes Simply toning up the stomach
and giving nature a chance to work the
poison out of the system changes a
peevish discontented expression to a
goodnatured wholesome one
One of those who called at Smiths
Busy Corner drug store Main and
Second South streets where Cooper is
making his headquarters was Archie
V Daniels a carpenter living In Oak
land atiuie south on State street He
siifi i
I was R victim of stomach trouble
In its worst form and suffered agonies
from gas on the stomach and constipa
tion for ttii years Many physicians
treated mo without relief and I had
spent Joo in trying to regain my health
vten I derided to Investigate th Cooper
catmint I has hel > ed me already
More than anything I have ever before
token although I have taken the Cooper
melicine for barely a week The treat
ment wns also taken by my wife and
It has relieved her of intestinal Indi
s eet1on in fact the treatment ha
il 1 nr UF both a world of good
Sound Thinkers on Roller Skating
Bishop MrTyeir in a letter to the
Christian Advocate writes Allow m
t commend to you and your readers
roller skating I can and should sub
stitute lancing as an exercise and
amusenn nt for the young people of both
fxos It furnishes indoor lively and
graceful exercise and leaves no excuse
fr data nip I wish there were a roller
kiting rink in en r village
Salzrnan in his valuable work on Ex
cuise TS I is an exercise su
lriflr i i r > ai I thing that can b classed
under the head of motion I excites
Ih l pit lurp in the mind of th per
former that I should recommend it as
a most efficacious remedy for many
ills
I amlie writing on the same subject
savs I is necessary that we relax
or minds at various intervals and take
varous ao
rnreatlon of some kind I know of n
i lore pleasant or beneficial exercise than
th modern roller skating and every
run or girl man or woman ought t
I t arn it
1
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
John K Smith et a to Augustus C
Itrhle nart lot Z block 8 plat A 251019
< > > rge Jlowarth et aL to Alice 1
I Jiowartli lots 22 and 2 block i
lon r subdivision 150
John F Johnson et a1 t the Idaho
Investment block
I lnvcltnwnt company part blok 3
plat F
Charles W Barker et al to Joseph
Imdsiiy part section 30 township
2 south range 1 west SOM
George A Sterner et al t A Fred
Wey par lot 1 block 7 plat A SfcGW
11 Pioneer Roofing
I I Furnished laid and guaranteed by
LAMBERT I PAPER CO
U
iJ nnlI
k Wondering what
to give Bear in
1 mind how accept
able a box of good
t pg cigars is to you
No matter That amount
1Ii4 S of money your gift repre
sents its ourbusincu to ice
that the greatest possible
amount of cigar quality is i
it there A few sugg itiofts
4 HAVANAAMERICAN
A Universal Size box
of SO 500
ORLANDO Media Per
fecto Size box of
50 400
i PALMA DE CUBA Ca
ballero size bos of
50 300
LA TUNITA Princesja
Size box of 50 250
1 ZAMORA Selecto Size
j box of 25 100
UNITED
II4 CIGAR I
STORES i
16 East 2nd South S j
I
A prate safe may b rented In the I
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main
street 200 per year and upwards I
A Sure i
Sickening headaches indigestion
constipation indicate unhealthy con
dition of the bowels Hollisters
Rocky Mountain Tea or Tablets
make the bowels work naturally and
restores your system to perfect health
and strength Begin J tonight
Clothing sale at Deskys
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah December 9 1909
Notice ie hereby give that the Utah
Light Railway company by J H
Tempest jr whose postofflce address
is Salt Lake City Utah has made ap
plication in accordance with the re
quirements of the Compiled Laws of
Utah 1901 as amended by the Ses
sion Laws of ttah 1909 to appropriate
ten < 10 cubic feet per second of wa
ter from Jordan river Salt Lake coun
ty Itah Said water will be diverted
at a point which bears south 74 de
grees 30 minutes est 972 feet distant
from the northwest corner of section
2 township 1 south range 1 west
Salt Lake base and meridian from
where it will be conveyed by means
of a pipe line for a distance of 100
feet and there used from January 1
to December 31 inclusive of each year
for condensing purposes After hay
ing been so diverted and used the wa
ter will be returned to the natural
channel of the stream at a point which
bears south 74 degrees 40 minutes
east 982 feet from the northwest cor
ner of section 2 townahlp 1 south
range 1 west Salt Lake base and me
ridian This application Is designated
in the state engineers office as No
2688All protests against the granting of
said application stating the reasons
therefor must be made by affidavit
in duplicate and filed in this office
within thirty 30 days after the com
pletion of the publication of this no
tice CALEB TANNER State Engineer
Date of first publication December
1 1909 date of completion of publica
tion January 10 1910
Sale of County Property
NOTICE ACTING UNDER AUTHOR
ity conferred by the board of county
commissioners of Salt Lake county Utah
and In accordance with the provisions of
subdivision 3 section 511 complied laws
of Utah 1907 the undersigned hereby
gives notice that at 12 oclock m Monday
December 27 1909 from the front steps
of the west door of the Joint city and
county building Salt Lake City Salt Lake
county Utah there will be offered for
sale at public auction to the highest bid
der for cash the following described real
property belonging to said Salt Lake
county the same being no longer required
for public use
Commencing a the southwest corner of
block 46 tenacre plat A Big Field sur
vey thence north 496 feet thence east
10657 feet thence north IS degrees 3
minutes west 14919 feet t a point of beginning
ginning and running thence north 1 de
grees 3 minutes west 612110 feet thence
north 19 degrees 3 minutes west 270 feet
thence west 3 feet thence south 40 de
grees west 700 feet thence south 600 de
grees west 66 feet thence east 290710
feet to place of beginning
Said county reserve the right to reject
any and all bids
By order of the board of county com
missioners of Salt Lake county Utah No
vember 22 109
vembr z lo
MARGARET ZANE WITCIIER
Seal County Clerk
Dated November 2 1909
Assessment No7
MOUNTAIN DELL CONSOLIDATED
Mining company Principal place of business
mess office of Elks Club building Salt
Lake City Utah Notice is hereby given
that at a meeting of the board of trus
tees of the Mountain Dell Consolidated
Mining company held on the 18th day df
November 1909 an assessment of one
cent per share was levied and assessed
on pr capital stock of said corporation
payable at the office of A W Raybould
treasurer of said company at office of
Elks Club building on or before Dec
21 1909 Any stock upon which said assessment
sessment may remain unpaid on th said
21st day of December 1909 will b de
linquent and advertised for sale at pub
lic auction and unless payment is made
before will b sold on the 10th day of
January 1910 at 1230 p m of said day
to the said delinquent assessment
pay th sid dlnquent asmnt
together with the cost of advertising and
of sale
expenses sle
epn W BATBOULD Treasurer
Office City Utah Elks Club building Salt Lake
Delinquent Notice
THE CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION OF
Salt Lake City Utah Principal place of I
business Salt Lake City Utah
Notice There are delinquent upon the
following described stock on account of
assessment No 3 of te dollars p share
levied on the 19th day of October 1908 the
several amounts set opposite the names
of the respective shareholders No S follows I
Shares Amt
R J Thomas 1 1000
Gomer Thomas 1 1069
John James 1 1000
H E Giles 1 1000
And in accordance with law and an or
der of the board of directors made on the
19th day of October 1999 so much of each
parcel of such stock 8 may b necessary
will b sold at public auction at the office
of th treasurer 2 West South Temple
street Sat Lake City Utah on the list
day of December 1909 at 10 am to pay
the delinquent assessments theron to
gether with th costs of advertising and
expenses of sale HARRY F EVANS
Secretary
Notice to Contractors
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
office of the undersigned Milner Ida
ho for the erection of the proposed ho
tel at Wendell Idaho
Plans and specifications may be ex
amined at the Miner office
Bids will be opened January 15th
1910 and the right is reserved to re
ject any or all of them
TWIN MENT FALLS CO LTD NORTH SIDE INVEST
D C Mac Walters Vice President
ESTATE AND GUARDIANSHIP OP
Franz Jungk Incompetent The under
signed will sll kt private sale 3 shares
of th capital stock of the Cumberland
Ely Mining company a corporation on
or after Tuesday the list day of Decem
ber 1909 and written bids will b received
at 3 West Second South street Salt
Lake City Utah terms of sale 1Q per
cent of the amount of bidat time of sale
balance of price upon confirmation by
the court
cur
Dated December 1st 1909
Date Dcembr 19
JUSTUS JUNGK
Guardian
Notice to Contractors
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at the county clerks office until
1 oclock m on Monday the 20th dy unt
December 1991 for the construction of a
steel balcony In the clerks office Plans
and specifications can b examined at the
clerks office The right is reserved t
reject any and all bids
By order of the board of county commissioners
MARGARET ZANE WITHER
Sal County Clerk
There is no
Other Vanilla
Extract made that can com
pare in any way with the
rich satisfying strength and
the delicious delicate flavor of
BURNETTS
VANILLA
This is not merely an ad
vertising boast It i a abso
lutely true statement which
Just one trial of Burnetts
Vanilla will prove
Your grocer can supply
you with the best vanilla
madeinsist on getting it
Burnetts Vanilla
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Il
NOTICE FOR BIDS
For Supplies for the Utah Industrial
School Year 1910
Sealed bids will be received at the
superintendents office until 3 p m
December IS 1909 for furnishing the
following supplies
2400U pounds High Patent flour
T20DII nun mis Straight Grade flour
60000 bran and shorts 1000 graham
flour looO corn meal 1000 Germade
all more or less
12000 pounds beef front and rear
quarters alternately 1040 pounds mut
ton front and rear quarter alternate
ly veal as needed for the year all
more or less
SeventjJlve tons of nut coal 500
tonS mine slack more or less to be
delivered f o b Five Points
Twentv dozen pairs of boys shoes
6 dozen pairs girls shoes all more or
less
lessTwentv
Twentv barrels of syrup more or
less to be delivered at school
Ten thousand pounds sugar more or
less
Twentyfour cases Diamond C or
eQuivalent laundry soap more or less
Twentv cases Hard Water Castile
seen more or less
sav Eighteen bales white salt pork more
or less
Eighteen sacks ham more or less
Eighteen sacks breakfast bacon more
or less
One hundred and fifty undershirts
and 250 pairs underdrawers mure or
less
lessOne
One hundred house brooms more or
lessTwo hundred and fifty pairs overalls
and 200 black top shirts more or less
Drugs for medicinal and hospital
use Lists may be had at office of
superintendent
Stationery typewriting paper pen
cils etc and all office supplies neces
sary for the year 1910 List may be
had at superintendents office
Hardware tubs pails pans brooms
brushes etc etc Lists may be had
at office of superintendent
School supplies Pen points pen
holders ink tablets scratch tablets
etc etc Lists may be had at office
of superintendent
Groceries and provisions sufficient
for the year 1910 Lists may be had
at office of superintendent
Dry goods toweling sheetings
bleached and unbleached table cloth
napkins ginghams walstlng and uni
form goods Samples and lists may
be had at office of superintendent
Laundry supplies chip soap ball
lueinJF liquid blueing and etc for
laundry Lists may be had at office of
superin tendon t
All supplies to bp delivered as re
quired and subject to the approval of
the superintendent
All bids will be submitted to the
board of trustees and opened subse
quent to above date
The board reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids or to accept any
proposition favorable to the state Bids
for nupplioi furnished will b paid
monthly The law requires that a cer
tified check for not less than I per
cent of the bid accompany same and
shall require of the successful bidder
a bond in onehalf the amount of the
bid conditioned that he will properly
perform contract For any other In
formation apply at office of the super
intendent Utah Industrial School supr
E C GOWANS
Superintendent
R J MTLNK Chief Clerk
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah November 1 1999
Notice is hereby given that George Mc
Cune whose postoffice address is Eure
ka Utah and T C and Robert Wlnn
whose postoffice address is I Nephl Utah
have made application in accordance with
the Compiled Laws of Utah 1907 as
amended by the Session Laws of Utah
1909 to appropriate sixteen 16 cubic feet
per second of water from Currant creek
Juab and Utah counties Utah Said wa
ter will b diverted at a point which bears
south 41 degrees 3 minutes east 124323
feet from the northwest corner of section
2 township 10 south range 1 west Salt
Lake base and meridian from where it
will be conveyed by means of a canal
flume and a pipe line for a distance of
5980 feet and there used from January 1
to December 31 Inclusive of each year
to develop power for th purpose of elec
tile lighting and propelling machinery in
Goshen and Eureka Utah After having
been s diverted and used the water win
b returned to the natural channel of the
stream at a point which bears south 48
degrees 2 minutes east 650 feet distant
from corner above described This application
cation is designated in the state engi
neers office as No 2558 eng
All protests against the granting of said
application stating the reasons therefor
must b made by affidavit in duplicate
and filed In this office within thirty 3
days after the completion of the publica
tion of this noticeCALEB
i CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication November I
1909 date of completion of publication
Dee > mb r 6 1909
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
ers meeting of the HeraldRepublican
Publishing company
To the Stockholders of the HeraldRe
publican Publishing company
Notice is hereby given that a Spe
cial Meeting of the Stokholder of the
HeraldRepublican Publishing company
cmpfY
has been called by tb Board of Direc
tors of said company to b held on the
20th day of December 1909 at 1 oclock
in the afternoon of said day at the prin
cipal place of business of said company
at the building where the said Board of
Directors usually meets namely at the
offices of said company lr South Main
street in the city of Salt Lake county
of Salt Lake and state of Utah
That the object of said meeting Is to
consider and act upon the proposition
that said company create a bonded indebt
edness of one hundred thousand dollars
< 100000 in gold coin of the United States
to bear interest at the rate of 6 per cent
per annum for the purpose of paying the
Indebtpdns of paid company now owing
to William A Clark and t secure the
bonde indebtedness s created by a mort
gage or trust deed upon all tb personal
property assets and franchisees now
owned by said HeraldRepublican Pub
lishing company to authorise the board
of directors to Issue said bonds and mort
gage or trust deed and to authorize the
officers of the company to execute the
same
By order of the board of directors of
the HeraldRepublican Publishing company
D C JACKLING President
GEORGE F HALE Secretary
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah November I 1909
Notice is hereby given that the Phoenix
Mining company gven its agent E D
Gardner whose postoffice address Is
Bingham Utah has made application In
accordance with the requirements o the
Compiled Laws of Utah 1907 a amended
by th Session Laws of Utah UI to ap
propriate two I cubic feet per second
of water from Carr Fork branch of Bing
ham creek Salt Lake county Utah Said
water will b diverted at a point which
bears south 8 degrees 5 minute west
1770 feet from the northeast corner of
section 3 township 3 south range 8 west
Salt Lake base and meridian from where
it will be conveyed b means of a flume
for a distance of 180 feet and there used
from January to December I Inclu
sive of each year for th concentrating
of gold silver copper and lead ores at
cOpr
th Phoenix mine In the West Mountain
mining district Utah After having been
no diverted and used one and ninetenths
1191 < cubic feet per second of said water
will be returned to the natural channel
of said stream at a point which bears
onth 89 degrees 30 minutes west 1546 feet
I distant from the corner above described
This application II designated in the state
enginters office as No r All potts
against the granting of said application
stating the reasons therefor must b
made by affidavit In duplicate and filed
in this office within thirty 3 days aft
er the completion of thE publication of
this notice CALEB TANNER
Stat Engineer
Date of first publication Nov 12 1909
Date of completion of publication Dec
13 1909
Dividend No1
LITTLE BELL CONSOLIDATED
Mining Co At a meeting df the Board
of Trustees held December 3rd laoa
a quarterly dividend Of 5 cents per
share was declared payable on De
cember Jnl 1909 Transfer books
close De iLhr iSth 1 1909
JOSHUA B BEAN Secretary
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah November 1 1909
Notice Is hereby given that H L
Thomas whose postoffice address is Salt
Sl
Lake City Utah has made application
in accordance with th requirements of
the Compi > d Law of Utah 1907 as
amended by the Session Laws of Utah
1909 to appropriate thirty t 3 cubic feet
per second of water from Big Cottonwood
creek Salt Lake county Utah Said wa
ter will b diverted at a point which
bears south 65 degrees west 12501 feet
from the northeast corner of section 18
18
township 2 south range 3 east Salt Lake
base and meridian from where it will be
conveyed by means of a pipe line for a
distance of 33561 feet and there used fron
January 1 to December 31 inclusive of
each year to develop power for the pur
pose of electric lighting and propelling
machinery in Salt Lake valley and vicin
ity Utah After having been so di
verted and used the water will b returned
turned to the natural channel of the
stream at a point which bears south 1
degrees 3 minutes west 23920 feet from
the northwest corner of section 18 town
ship 2 south range 3 east Salt Lake base
and meridian This application Is desig
nated In the state engineers office as
No 2579 <
All protests against the granting of a
application stating the reasons therefor
must b made by affidavit In duplicate
and filed in this office within thirty a
days after the completion o the publica
tion of this noticeCALEB
notceCALB TANNER
State Engineer
Date of first publication November I
IMS date of completion of publication
roo tor R 1509
Notice to Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SALT
Lake City Utah November I 1909
Notice I hereby given that the Mt Olym
pus Fruit and Live Stock Farm company
by its president S A Powers whose
postoffice address is Salt Lake City Utah
has made application In accordance with
the requirements of the Compiled Laws
of Utah 1807 as amended by the Session
Laws of Utah 1909 to appropriate six
I cubic feet per second of water from
three springs in Neffe canyon Salt Lake
county Utah Upper spring II situated
at a point which bears north 7 degrees
10 minutes east 11886 feet from the south
east corner of ton 1 township 2
south range 1 east Salt Lake bas and
meridian Peterson Basin spring is situ
ated at a point which bears north 8 de
grees 5 minutes east 79628 feet from the
same point Thorns Fork spring i situ
ated at I point which bears north 79 de
grees east 66045 feet from the above
described corner The water from said
springs will b diverted at the points
where it issues from tem and conveyed
through a pipe line in which It will b
conducted for a distance of 8672 feet
where I 1111 b used from the end of
the rood seasdh which time Is defined
by the application to April 15 of the
year following to Irrigate S acres of
land embraced in section 3 township 1
south range 1 east and section 1 town
ship 2 south range 1 east Salt Lake base
and meridian From October 15 inclu
sive of each year until April 15 Inclu
sive of the year following the water
will b used for fish culture and icemak
ing pUr TMs application Is desig
nated In th state engineers office as
No 215 All protests against the grant
ing of said application stating the rea
sons therefor must b made by affidavit
in duplicate and filed in this office with
in thirty 1 days after th completion
of the publication of thto notice
CALEB TANNER
State Engineer
Engner
Date of first publication November 12
19 Date of completion of publication
Decetrber 13 909
Delinquent Notice
SWANSEA EXTENSION MINING
company Location ot principal place of
business Salt Lake City Utah Notice
There are delinquent upon the following
described stok on account of assessment
No1 levied on the 23rd day of October
1909 the several amounts set opposite tbe
I lvra oppt
names ot > the respective shareholders as
follows
No Name Shares Amt
14 Wm D Donoher lOW t 12S
1 J B Snyder MOO 375
16 Frank Meaker 1009 125
1 May Beers 3000 S 7
s J F Goes 1099 125
2 Sophia Packard 1068 123
2 Elisabeth Packard 2W 25
24 W M Havener 603 6
27 W M Havenor Mt M
1 Dell Noakes 169 9
1 Mary E Taylor 5 R
3 Rose Higson 2J69 2M
1 Crandall Coftdy 1609 126
S James Stevenson PIG < 3
4 Moses Pratt m 11
4 Jaa Crooks l 89 19
49 Jas Crooks 1009 lSE
51 Jas Crooks 7SW 937
56 Jas Crooks 660 S3
1 Ge Hon SM R
6S G Hddgins tt 63
7 A F Palm 1W9 125
7 H W Horn 1966 123
74 Sheets A Noel LOOS 135
7 Sheets 9 Neal JC9 136
76 Sheets 4 Noel 1609 136
79 1 H Guthlel 1m ltt
8 Lilly Laird 8H 1
84 J B Snyder 1609 136
85JBSnyder GW R
8 J B Snyder SM R
S J B Snyder SM 6
8 J B Snyder Mt 1
8 B B Packard fiM R
9 B B Packard MO R
93 B B Packard GH H
96 Dell Noaxec 5W 1
9 A F Baxter 100W 1260
9 A F Baxter 5000 6M
99 A F1 Baxter 60W 2
1 A F Baxter 20M 290
101 A F Baxter 2000 250
10 A F Baxter 2090 5
10 A F Baxter 2000 5
10 A F Dexter 2089 i
10 A F Baxter 1006 126
10 A F Baxter 1069 123
10T A F Baxter 1099 126
10S A F Baxter lOM 12S
10 A F Baxter 1009 126
110 A F Baxter 1006 125
111 A F Baxter LOW l2b
112 A F Baxter lOBf 126
113 A F Baxter L099 125
114 A F Baxter lOW 126
115 Mrs W H Simmons 10000 1250
119 Mrs W H Simmons 3690 250
121 Mrs W H Simmons 2090 5
12 Mrs W H Simmons 1000 135
123 Mrs W H Simmons 1000 1S
124 Mrs W H Simmons 1000 196
123 Mrs W H Simmons 1600 123
127 Ir W H Simmons 609 1
128 J A Harris J 2M9 260
13 N J Hanson 1089 125
13 N J Hanson 1000 125
13 N J Hal 689 R
140 Lars Olsen 2000 250
141 Lars Olsen 2000 A
142 Lars Olsen Ir 250
143 Lara Olsen 2 259
1 < Lars Olsen 2009 250
147 Lars Olsen 1091 115
148 Lars Olsen 1006 126
205 A 1 Patten Z 8
208 A L Patten 120 1
217 Badger Bros 1000 lS
21 Mike GUs 1000 126
28
224 C E Holman 1000 125
227 J A Earles 1009 125
228 J A Earles 1000 125
229 J A Lanes 1000 125
2
240 F R Davis 1000 125
243 Badger Bros 1060 125
241 F I Davis 2090 J60
245 F R Davis 1000 125
247 E B McCabe 300 M
249 C L Whitney 1000 12
24 W J Browning 1000 123
2 Evelyn Foster 20BO 2W
269 A R Thomas 2000 i
277 A 1 Thomas 1090 123
2 Jcs Lippman 5000 625
2 Joe Lippman 2000 250
307 Jos Llopman 1000 123
3 J o Lippman 1000 125
311 Jos Lippmai 1000 125
313 Jo Lippman 1000 126
315 Jso Lippman 1000 123
3n Jos Lippman 1000 1Z5
319 Jos Lippman 1000 123
31 Jos Lippman 1000 123
323 Jos Lippman 1000 125
3 Jcs Tlppman 1000 125
3J7 Emma A Lowe 1000 123
328 Emma A Lowe 1000 125
331 Emma A Lowe 1000 lS
333 C E Holman 1008 lS
E Holman 1000 125
3S4 C 10 1
343 C E Holman 1000 125
349 C E Holman 1000 125
350 C E Holman 1000 123
3 C E Holman 1000 13
3 C E Holman 1000 125
356 C E Holman 1000 125
337 C E Holman 1000 125
3JS C E Holman 1000 125
S61 C E Hounan 1000 125
362 C E Holman 1000 125
3
365 C E Holman 500 6
366 C E Holman 500 6
368 C E Holman 5W 6
369 C E Holman SOt 63
370 C E Holman f00 6
37 C E Holman V s > 0 6
IT5 Thos Manon anx VOOO 6I
17i Tto Mrirlonianx iM 6 JJ
377 TIres Marionettux auOU 623
378 Thos Marlon ° aux 6WO 6 LO
379 Thps Marioneaux 5000 tL5
ISO Thos Marioneaux 5000 6L3
SSI Thos Marioneaux O S25
S82 Thos Marioneaux 6000 62S
185 Thos Marioneaux 1000 125
H6 Then Martoneaux 1000 125
I Thos MariWHWWC 1060 125
SS Thos alarloneaox lOCw 1 J
K9 Th Marioneaux 1000 1
ISO Thos Marioneaux 1000 115
191 Tb Marioneaux 1000 ljo
S9S Thee Marioneaux 1000 13
i < 3 That Marioneaux 1000 125
194 Then Merloneaux 1000 123
m Th Tho Martemavx 937 lM
41CEBerry I 1
4 B
596 J R Vanes 1000 125
ttl J R Vne MOO 123
493 J R Vance 1000 1 IT
41 J R Vance 1000 125
m J R Vance 1000 12
472 J R Vance 1000 125
4 J R Vance 2000 2M
478 J R Vance ZOOO 2 i
471 J R Van 2000 25J
481 J R Vance 500 6
4W J R Vanes 600 M
m J R VABee 500 JJ
493JRVanso 600 R
SJRVanes 50 M
IK J R Van 600 8
4 J R Vanoe 500
488 J R VaB 600
m JRVsaoe 600
EOS J R Vases I M
1 J R va n 6S2
i A 1 Thomas 600 i
Ml A L Thomas 500
544 A 1 Thomas 600
i A L Tabmas 500
617 A L Thomas 1
i J H Denting 1009 111
361 Badger Bros 1000 125
554 E H McBeth MM 125
555 H W Throckmortoa 600 93
559 H W Throckmorton i 63
64 H W Throckmorton LCW 18
568 H W Throckmorton LOW 1
687 H W Throckmorton UK 125
H H W Throckmorton 1000 lg
5 J 1 Darning 100 1O
6 1
573 J H Deming lflB 139
575 J II Dtmlng 1009 1S
581 F 1 Davte 1089 125
5 D1
593 F R Davis 1000 125
10
688 F R Davis 1000 111
580 F R Davis MR 125
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Dav
611 F R Davis 1ISS 125
11 Davi 1
S94 F R Davis 1101 LS
I Dvs 1
5W F R Davis MR 125
597 F R Davis MR J
59E F R Davis LRO
Dav
5W F R Davis MR 125
8 F R Davis MR 11
601 Alice Crane MM 1
e1 Alc Crne
002 WiUord Hayes 1063 1 2
009 J H fleming 6R
11 H W Throckmorton MR 139
I H IV Throckmorton 1000 125
619 H W Throckmorton MM 125
OP I W Throckmorton 1000 11
6 H W Throckmorton MHO 1
a H W Throckmorton 1000 1
6 H W Throckmorlan SW M
827 II W Throckmorton MOO 19
1
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Trkorton
OS H W Throckmorton 10R 125
6 TrkmotO
829 H W Throckmorton 1000 139
830 H W Throckmorton MR 1
D J H fleming 2000 SIO
61 10
8S3 J le Doming 1000 lg
68 J H Demlng MR 139
6 I Dming 1
631 J H Doming MOO 18
8 J H Demlng 1000 lg
6 J H Doming MM 11
637 J H Demlng 1400 125
MO Badger Bros X90 lM
642 Badger Bros MM 18
6 W H Boothe Jr 1000 18
6 W H Boothe Jr MM 18
647 W H Boothe fro MM 18
649 W H Boothe jr lOR 18
650 W H Boothe Jr 10M 18
6 W H Boothe Jr MM 18
662 W H Boothe Jr MM 18
853 W H Boothe Jr MM 18
1
859 J I Deming 1080 18
662 R A Barney SM R
OS Pratt McBeth MW 18
6 I Pratt McBeth 1000 18 I
688 Pratt McBeth 608 1
6 Prat McBth l
870 Pratt McBeth 606 1
874 Irving D Lowe 1000 18
S77 Irving D Lowe MM 18
679 Irving D Lowe MM 18
680 l Irving D Lowe LOW 126
S
881 Irving D Lowe 1800 125
883 Irving D Lowe MM 18
6
637 J H Demlng MM 18
689 J H Darning 1800 18
880 J II Demlng MM 18
691 J H Demlng MM 18
61
692 J H fleming MR 18
002 J H Demlng MM 18
696 J H Deming 600 R
696 J H Deming 1 R
VI J H Deming 1000 18
Demi
99 S C E Holman MOO 18
6W C E Holman 1080 125
TOO C E Holman MM 18
708 C E Holman MM 18
70S H W Throckmerion 6M R
715 Irving D Low j 1000 18
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7
7 Irving D Low MM 18
722 Irving D Lowe MM 18
7 Irving D Lowe MOO 125
728 Irving D Lowe 1000 18
739 Irving D Lowe 1000 125
721 Irving D Lowe WOO 18
7 Irving D Lowe 500 M
7 Irving D Lowe 500 1
78 Irving D Lowe 600 1
738 DeWltt B Lowe C MM 18
m DeWitt B Lowe C MOO 125
741 DeWitt B Lowe C MOO 18
742 A S Campbell 680 08
744 Fred Walberg 376 47
71 Fr Walbr I
745 Alex Walberg MO 2
746 Thomas Leonard 330 41
74 Tboma Lar l 1
747 Fred Walberg 46 0
758 Thomas Leonard 1035 130
753 Fred Walberg 856 108
7 78 Alex Walberg I 101
761 C Anderson 300 r
762 J I Deming 10 18
76 76 J H Doming 1800 18
764 J H Doming 6M M
768 A Walberg M 0
783 Wm Williams 265 1
770 Frank Weaver n 36
777 DeWitt B Lowe Co 1000 121
778 DeWitt B Lowe Co 1008 18
78S DeWitt B Lowe 0 1008 18
789 DeWltt B Lowe A Co 1000 18
790 DeWltt B Lowe Co 1000 18
791 DeWltt B Lowe Co MOO 125
7K DeWltt B Lowe C 1000 18
i DeWltt B Lowe St Co 1000 125
798 DeWltt B Lowe A Co 1000 18
DeVlt
7 Badger Bros 230 31
804 Throckmortdn A C 1000 l 5
Trokmort
8 Throckmorton Co 1000 18
806 Throckmorton Co 1000 126
Thrkm ron
8 Throckmorton A Co 1000 J25
8 Throckmorton Co 1000 18
813 H J Rich MO 125
S34 H J Rich 6000 2
S Badger Bros 600 R
841 Mrs Wm Simmons 10000 1260
847 W E Rydalch 1WO 18
848 W E Rydalch 1080 18
8 W E Rydalch 1680 lS
S50 W E Rydalch MM 125
8 E B McCabe 18 2
E Johnson 875 84
852 Harr Johnsn I 8
855 H J Rich 10M 18
856 H J Rich MM 18
867 J L Sheets MM 18
880 J 1 Sheets 1008 18
IS J 1 Sheets 1000 125
862 Wm Kelsey 2000 2BO
I H W Throckmorton 1000 125
884 H W Throckmorton lOuO 1a
1 Gust Gitas 3000 S7R
1 John Gains 4000 500
388 Gee M Jorgensen 4000 500
JR J C Jensen 1000 125
MX J C Jensen 600 t8
Of N G Hall 1000 125
397 N G Hall 1000 125
And In accordance with the law and an
order of tb board of directors made ont
the 23rd day of October 1909 s many
kheres of each parcel of such stock a
lllS be necessary will b sold at the
office b the company in Utah Sav
ings A Trust company building lund
floor No 28 South Main street Salt
Lake City Utah on the 15th day of De
cember 19M at th hour of l oclock
noon to pay delinquent assessments
thereon together with the cost of adver
tising and expenses of sale
tsng HEBER M WELLS Secretary
Office City No Utah 235 South Main St Salt Lake
Notice
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
at a meeting of the board of directors
of th Gordon Mining and Milling com
pany held at Salt Lake City Utah on
Friday the 12th day of November 1908
an assessment of tw dollars p thou
sand shares was levied o tb capital
stock of said corporation issued and out
standing payable In two installments
namely Onehalf of said assessment pay
able on cr before the Nth day of De
cember 1908 and the remaining portion
of said assessment payable on or before
the 16th day of January 110 to A 8
Fowler secretary of said corporation at
his office No SIS South Main street
Salt Lake City Utah Any stock upon
which said assessment or any portion
thereof shall remain unpaid on the 15th
day of January 1910 will become delin
quent and unless payment i made be
fore will b advertised for sale and s
many shares ot each parcel o such stock
as may be necessary will b sold on Sat
urday the 4th day of February 1910 at
3 oclock P m of said day at the office
of the secretary No 218 South Main
street Salt Lake City Utah to pay the
said assessment costs of advertising and
expel se of sale A S FOWLER
Secretary of the said Gordon Mining and
Milling Company
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FOR SALE EEL ESTATE
FOR B
BUSINESS PROPERTY
WE OFFER YOU TODAY SUB
JECT TO BEING UNSOLD
55 F WEST I SOUTH 0
1 F WEST 4TH SO850 per ft
2 i F STATE 11 per ft
185 F STATE T156 per ft
66 F STATE IT200 per ft
73 FT STATE T250 per ft
134 F SOUTH MAIN 3800 per tt
49UFT SOlTH MAIN 150 per ft
Ml FT SOUTH MAIN200 per ft
HUBBARD INVESTMENT CO
86 WT THIRD SOUTH c
pflt4tR
ChoIce building lots soilcity limits
fine kvel lots fine soil building up
rapMly 1800 t 8909 per lot 40
caaa MM par month 7 per esnt Interest
Thus tots will touMa to vataa before Ihl v
aN half paid to tare a tow dollar
and bagta t acetUMlale Own
BUJ fl4V1IIT c
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W a lu tka ret OOOD PROP
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Plenty o BMSMJT I you aw sfcew us the
land sad the water AMfna H tt Herald
R ptibUcan
WE SELL real estatethats al Tuni i
Bros 163 Main 8 Red ball slams
FOR SALE a Improved farm in
Bear River valley 189 acres fa Bountiful
1009 acres in Cedar valley 6 acres win 1 I
good home Woods Crass 3400 a < t >
go hom Wo e I
wheat land in Oregon and many othi s
to trade for city property
Real Estate Exchange and Loan iVrn
pany 18 Main a Bell HB Ind 2
FOR SALE acres O State streit
Will take small property aa part pa
ment Terms Ind phone 914 Room L
Eagle block
FOR BALE Nice Sroom brick o cor
ner 2 rods front close l aaat f2ie
G Klenke I 1
Stockholders Meeting
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a special meeting of the stockholder f
the Utah Black Marble Co a corpui h
don of Utah naa been called to be h > IM
an th same wU b held at the offi
of the I X L Furniture Stores Co oi
Third South between Main and Stare
streets Salt Lake City Utah on the 3th
day of December 1909 at 2 oclock p 11
of that day fo the purpose of permitting
the stockholders to vote on the questilis i
o amending the articles o said corpora
tion in substance 8 follows
1Par 2 of Art 8 b amended as f >
lows The voting for officers and
other question that arise I
any or quelon may as may
by ballot or viva yore aa the holders r
te majority of the stock represented ir
the meeting may determine Ear
share of stock shall constitute one vote
2 That portion o Ar I wherein t
states that the general office etc of the
company shall b at Salt Lake Cfy
Uth b chan t that of MidvaK
Utah All other articles mentioning this
change subject to b made to conform to sail
3The contradiction in Art 8 Par 3 i
should b amended t read the third
Monday In January in place of the
first Monday p
A to transact such other business 13
may legally come before the meeting
of By directors order o the majority o the boari
o
NELS 3 SORENSEN
President
CLIFFORD L OOFF
Secretary
Dated December 8 1909
Notice t Water Users
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SAL
Lake City Utah November 1 19
Notice is hereby given that Joseph H
Murdock whose postofflce address ts
Heber Utah b made application in a
cordance with the requirements of tie
Compiled Laws of Utah 1907 < I amend I
by the Session Laws of Utah 19 t
appropriate one hundred sixty 180 lutc
feet per second of water from JordL
river Utah and Salt Lake counties Iu
Said water will b diverted at a pc >
which bears south 3 degrees j ruin u t
east 3020 feet trom the northwest C >
ner of section 26 township 4 south rait
1 west Salt Lake base and meridian fniu
where it will b conveyed for a dista
of 1S2000 feet by means of a pipe line arjl i
a canal and there used from March 1 i >
December 1 inclusive of each year i
irrigate 32000 acres of land embraced
sections 4 5 6 I I 10 15 16 2 2 and T
township 4 south range 1 west sections
4 to 10 inclusive 15 to 2 inclusive 2 <
to 3 inclusive township 3 south rang
1 west sections 6 7 8 16 to 22 inclu
sive 2 to 3 inclusive township 2 south
raifge 1 west sections 1 to 16 inclusiv
23 and 3 township 2 south range 2 west
sections 2 to 3 inclusive township 1
south ange 2 west sections 19 to 2 Ir I
elusive 3 and 3 township 1 south rang
3 west Salt Lake base and meridian
This application is designated in the stat
engineers office as No 2821
All protests against the granting of ad
application stating th reasons therefor
must be made by affidavit in duplk
and filed in this office within thirty i a >
days after the completion of the publica
tion of thii notice
ton noticeCALEB
CALEB TA NER
State Engineer
Date of first publication November
1909 date of completion of publicuu
r > p oTnh f I
Notice to Water User
STATE ENGINEERS OFFICE SAIi
Lake City Utah November 3 1909
Notice i hereby given that J W Bea
ley whose postoffice address Is Pro v
Utah ha made application In accordanc
with the requirements of the Compile 1
Laws of Utah 1907 as amended by th
Session Laws of Utah 1900 to apprJpr
ate twentyfive hundredths 25 of a cu
bic foot per second of water from a un
named spring in Utah county Utah Sail
spring is situated at a point which bears
Iprng
south 13 degrees 4 minutes west 32253 fen
from the northeast corner of section y
township 10 south range 2 west Salt Lak
base and meridian from where it will V <
conveyed by means of a ditch and a pip <
line for a distance of 2000 feet and the
used from January 1 to December 31 ii
elusive of each year for steam raising
purposes Ac much of said water as mar
be necessary will b used during the en
tire year for domestic purposes This ap
plu atifin is 11 itsignated in the state en
gineers Hi as Vo 2491
All ci > te ts against the granting of sail
application stating the reasons therefoi
moat b made by affidavit in duplicat
and filed in this office within thirtv r ijn
days after the completion uf the publica
tion of this notceCALEB
CALEB TANNER
State Knidneer
nnt of first publication N Htnber 5
1 tf t1te 1 o r ompletiun < > t i icatlon
DcLcmbr 5 19t
Dlcmba i 19
U t k
MEETING OF THE W C T U
The regular meeting of the W C T U
will b held at the home of MM G W
Walker 3 09 North Second West street
at 3 clock this afternoon The pro
gram will b l f in charge of Mrs Shelly
superintendent of scientific temperance
Instruction Mrs E E Shepard will
ppak All interested are cordially Invited
I FARMERS MEET AT SANDY
At Sandy yesterday th Farmers instl
tue was In session The institute was
I onducted by professors from th A C U
Two sessions were held one
1 st I Logan sssions oe
iii the morning and the other in the aft
i rnoon
CASTlE VAllEY WoRk
Laborers Sent Prom Salt lake to
Rush New line Con
struction
More than Ii Greek Austrian Japanese
and Italian laborers have been shipped
during the last week through the local
labor agencies t work on th Castle
Valley railroad and the contractors a
clamoring loudly for more
According to Manager Crandall of the
Ely Construction company two miles of
grade Is completed from where the line
branches off the Southern Utah about
twelve miles southwest of Price Steel
I iow enroute and within te days it
Is expected that a gang will b laying the
rails for tie engine which is being
shipped
shippd
I is expected that eight miles of road
t Cedar creek will b in operation by
the first of th year as gangs are work
ing in two places besides those men
tioned above Information from semi
pfftelal sources has been received to the
effe that the road is to b extended on
to Huntington and south of there after
the completion of th line tl Cedar creek
The Castle Valley people are said to
b acquiring control of more coal lands
south of Cedar creek Their railway
yards at price will be in the vicinity
of th Denver Rio u Grande stockyards
NEW ROAD TO BE BUilT
line From Lund Utah Will Tap Oil
0 and Copper Fields to the
Northward
A party of engineers which i said to
contain Frank Dudley president of the
new Utah Southern Railway company
and J W Burke a railway engineer
representing J C White C of New
York and other prominent railroad men
is working in the region north of the
Grand canyon marking out I practical
route for a road from Lund Utah to
th edge of the famous gorge on the
Salt Lake Route Their presence is caus
ing a great deal of speculation as to
whether or not the Clark road is plan
ning a road to rival the Santa Fe In
the Grand canyon Forest Supervisor
Clark and other officers of the forest
service are accompanying the party
I the road is built as proposed It will
run through Toquervllte and approach the
gorge over the Klabab plateau running
through a heavily settled agricultural region
gion where there are many beds of salt
and near th crossing of the Virgin river
through many promising oil fields The
road would pass through Immense forests
in Arizona and great deposits of copper
in th Buckskin mountains which have
only been slightly developed
I the road Is built I will undoubtedly
control a good traffic from the start and
as the northern rim over which they will
probably run is higher than the southern
where th Santa F tack are laid the
road would become I factor in the tour
ist trade which the Santa Fe now holds
THIEF OFFERS TO AID
IN FINDING PROPERTY
William Sevay who was arrested Wed
nesday night on suspicion of having been
implicated in th robbery of the Paris
Cleaning company 414 South State street
made confession Chief of Police
me a coo68lon to Chif Polie S
M Barlow yesterday volunteering to re
stole cover the fourteen pairs of trousers h
HIS HORSE SHIED AND
MURRAY CITY IS SUED
The city o Murray is being sued by
Thomas Smith who lives at Midvale
for 17300 Smith alleges that while he
was passing through Murray about two
weeks ago his horse became frightened
at a pile of dirt and ties in th street
upsetting the vehicle in which he wa
riding throwing him with con d rble
force to the ground breaking his ankle
He further asserts that his left leg Is I
now practically useless and that he Is
permanently disabled He says there
were n lights out to designate the piles
of dir 8 he 8 passing through th
town at a early hour in the morning
PLEASANT SURPRISE ON
FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
a
About forty members of the Pioneer
Stake Relief society surprised Mrs Annie
Wells Cannon the stake presldt It at her
hom Monday afternoon The occasion
was nons the birthday fiftieth anniversary of Mrs Can
Mn Clara L Clawson first counselor
of the stake presented n Cannon with
a beautiful cameo breast pin and a leather
handbag in behalf of the Pioneer stake
r Cannon expressed her gratitude and
appreciation in a short speech
Those present were Clara L Clawson
M Cutler Rosa C
Amelia Cuter Ro Lambert
Adella Hoagland Sarah A Davy Rachel
Fulmer Lillie 1 Woodbury Sarah A J
Cannon Flora P Ntelson Rebecca A
Sharp Ellen Silver Sarah B Clayton
Laura Nye Ellen Broadbent Esther
Bowers Eva Smith Mrs Burbldge Mrs
Harper M Rich Nellie Griffiths
Esther Watson Lucy Acomb Jean Day
Sarah Shaw Julia Robinson Emma An
drus Susie Strcadbeck Mts Jensen Mrs
Brown Mrs Nlelson Mrs KJarr Mrs
Cottrell and the Elisabeth Misses Cannon Sherwood Ell Reed
JEWS WILL OBSERVE I
FESTIVAL TAPERS
In honor of the Chanuccah the Jewish
festival celebrating the victory of the
Hebrews over the Greeks Rabbi Freund
will deliver an address at Temple
BInd at 8 oclock tonight on the
subject The Jew and Assimilation
T Chanuccah II a festival of eight
days duration an interesting feature of
which Is I the burning of tapers On the
first night one taper is lit on the second
night another taper until eight tapers
representing the eight days of the fes
tival are burnig when the celebration
chaos
WAGON HITS TRAIN AND
MANGOES TO HOSPITAL
Michael Ryan an employe of the Wag
ner Brewing company Is at St Marks
hospital suffering from bruises about the
head and shoulders sustained when the
brewery wagon collided with a train of
freight cars at the Oregon Short Line
tracks at First North street between
Third and Fourth West streets at 11
oclock yesterday morning The wagoa
was driven by John Smith
HUSBAND FACES COURT
ON A NEGLECT CHARGE
Charged with having neglected his
wife and children Joseph E Fowler
stood trial before Judge J M Bowman
in police court yesterday morning Ac
cording tn testimony he has not con
tributed to the support of his family
Plii last May Th hearing occupied the
rmrc foronion stiMon and will be con
L tinued today
MACCABEAN CELEBRATION
The Hebrew school will celebrate the
memory of the Maccabean heroes by an
appropriate chaunka feast which will
be given at the vestry rooms of the syna
gogue 355 South Third East street Sun
day evening at 730 oclock

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