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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY DEC 23 1909 13
II I Financial and Commercial I
STOCK TRADING IS
EXTREMELY DULL
Professional Element in Wall
Street Expects Better Times
in January
MONEY MARKET IS TIGHT
CALL LOAN RATE TOUCHES HIGH
EST FIGURE OF THE YEAR
New York Dec ZThe extreme
dulint 11 i which the block trading
fell i nii was trattabie to the re
straining influence oi uv tightness of
the < ai1 money market The profes
sional trading clement assumes this is
ttmpoiuy and incident to the yearend
requiriiuents and to be suceeded con
EequtntlN by relaxation with thA re
turn uf i the year
riu call loan rate touched the high
est fKure of th year and laiye
amount were plactd at the higher
lates The largest ut the Wal stet
lank WiS reported to be out of Die
call li in market
It i commonly assumed in stock cir
des that the great speculative cum
IalgT of last year while acquiesced in
o > all or the most powerful capitalistic
troup has been most largely entered
into i > I be group centering its inter
UMS i I n tea States Steel
A J list in money rates at this time
would lit t of more direct benefit to
this group in such circumstances than
ftoulu Un extension of the upward
movement of price of stocks
It is the < conviction of stock market
oLenI i > that much of the years ac
i umuxii < > n of stocks in pursuance of
the sjiiculatie campaign remains un
distui litd
ThI vie occasional responses to
day to f i tuuible dividend developments
the eiii d > > eing to add to the credence
wall teieii l rumors were regarded ut
other prospective increases
Pcna naiiKi responded to the large
disbuiatTit to the stockholders of its
two siijMuiary companies the Pennsjl
ania t < > p < iny and the Pittsburg Cin
iinna1 j iiicago and St Louis
Beli n n a special distribution to
Headlno aiockholdeiE seemed to be
tstren1 I eid
ThEI INIS another revival of the
copper mtrtI try and that group of
jndustii howed the effect tempor
arily Nuzo of the days influences
proved peiinanent in their effect the
tradei pursuing an opportunist policy
from noti to hour In view of the un
certain tone of the speculation sonic
attention was > given to reports that
lallroii officials were admitting some
contra tion in the volume of business
The illness in the pig iron market
was th occasion for the remark
The vmf o the market at the clos
Ing wis hety
Bond were heavy Total sales par
alue 4 > a000 United States bonds
were unranged on call
f New York Quotations
Sale High Low Cbs
Allis < halm rs
preferred 100 5 6t
Amal Copper 3100 k xl 8s2
Am AtriiultiiraI l4CO 471 4i 46
m B Sugar JO J > 4j 4l 1 >
Am < < d1 pfd t4J i e 5 8J I
AmCF 1P
Am Cotton Oil 00 1 si2 f t6 Q
Am H < L pfd xa 4ti 411 46h i
Am I Scur 200 11l 2 1s 55t
Am Linseed 701J Ii llii 1til11
J dtiii Locomotive IiOO 6Ii34 W4 693of I
Am S R 115110 103 102 i 1021
Preferred 800 lll12 111s 111 I
Am Sagar Ref UI
Am Tel Tel 1000 142 142 142111
Am Tobacco ptd 2K1 96 96 952
Am Woolen 37
Anaconda M Co UOO 50 6014 fiO
Atchison 1101 12i9 1Z1s W
Preferred e 104 1ot 104304
Atlantic C Line 400 136 136 136
B O 120U 1l7 llni 1i7 I
Preferred 100 92 IIZ 91l J
Bethlehem = Steel 100 3t 33 33
Brooklyn R T 1600 30 80 80
anadlan Pacific 300 li9J 179 1i9
Central Leather 200 47 47 47
Preferred 100 lOS 10814 108
Central of N J 115
Ches Ohio 1M li 34 16
hkago Alton II
lhi ago Gt W 300 211 21 11
IMago NW 400 19l 181 181
I M St P 1800 158 l i 1571
C C C St L 100 82s 82t4 iIs
Yrilo F L IOO 51 5034 Ii05iJ
yjIo Southern 100 5 i4 61 831
1st preferred 108 8114 814 81
d preferred 80
Ion Gas 1IJOe 161 1U 1Ii91i
Corn Products 1100 23 22 22
Del Hudson 1400 186 194 14 185
Lt R G lliOO 59 H 6t1i
Preferred 1000 8714 86 8661
tist Securities 200 ffi J719 17
llj 1800 33 33 a
J t preferred 100 50 OJ4 iO
1 prcttrred to
fl Electric 80G 159j 1D9As 155
I t Nor pfd 1200 143 113 1Ulii
t N Ore Ctfs 200 814 81 so
t dinois Central i3 147 147 146 4
inter Met 2M 24 24 IfI2
Preferred 2908 67111 61 Sni
Inter Harvester 1300 117s 116 116
Inter Ma pfd 300 U U Wi
litter per 208 164 164 16
Inter Pump UOO 52 50 I 51 t
Iowa Central 29 I
han City So 1400 H 43 43
Preferred IOU 71 71 71
L N 208 1514 i57 J4 167
M St Louis 108 6Si 314 u
inn St P Jr
Sault te M 25O 140 1814 13t
lssourl Pac iOI 71s 71 71
101 K r 3000 4914 48 48
Preferrel 74
ational Biscuit 115
aticnl Lead 11100 891 18 15
National 18 ot
Mexico 5t ptd IS I
c Y Cntra1 580i1 123Ja 122 U31 11
N Y 1 W 900 49 49 49 I
1or II Western 700 lot 99 99
N ArIican 00 8i 84 st ½
N Paz c 400 14ii1 H54 U
Paclfic Mai 30 n 41 41
Persyia 66600 137 133 1S61f
leoples Gos 22130 116 1Ji 11514
Ptttlbu c C
St Lous 9100 99 1 M 99
Pressed Steel C 100 2 52 513
PullmlL PaL Car 100 llO 190 191
Ry Steel Sprin 600 2 51 51 ¼
Headl1g 71100 12 10 1n14
Iepubd ttel tIO 411 45 4t
Preteril 100 115 lO 11412
Rock 1ttid TO 3S 900 4534 44Jt 4MS
Preferrj M30 4R 92 = gz iI
St Lots Smn
ran l Nt ZOO 8 58 18
fr L Rnutrw 12
PreCen d 400 79 80
81081 ShfiC I
Steel Iron 86
80 PUfie 14SOfl 1 12 1 1J4 I
So Ralhy 2100 321 31i 3l
Preter I 110 n 3 731101
Tenn toper is
Texas Pacific 400 14 3i I 31 14
T St 1 W 100 52 1 5
PeferrEd 500 70 70 99 7
Union Pad1c O800 2234 2m 201
Preferred 400 104 1034 1C1 o
V S Hdty 81 I
l S Rubber 5j
r S Svd 18000 J3 SlP l116
Preferred 10110 121 12 i2
ttah Copper 4100 61 rAi
Va Cro Chem 1480 51
Wabash 500 21 a1
Preterrid 8SOG J
test Md eus 2910 rl4
tVestlnidieuse E 10i 1 S14
Vest 1eion YIO 7 1 r t
W Lake Erta
VI8 Central 4
IiUs Cual 2 274 r
Total sales for the diy 4XiJOj harrs
Metal Markets
New V > rk flee 23 Standard cop
per on ti cP New York metal exchange
closed itii t wtii I spot December and
lanuar < iu < > td at 1300fij 1312 Feb
ruary Mu i > h I and April 1 OO1t i2 >
No sal xvrip Tcrted The London i
niaiket s igt i t r at 60 5s fflr i I
mil tiil 7s 6d for futures Locally
tie dealers quote lake copper at 1325 1
4
I 91S62 electrolytic at 1312J01S371
and casting at 130001336
I Tin was irregular with spot quoted
j I at 3t50Q3S70 December and January
3350 3375 February 337003380
and March and April 336033 A
sale was reported of five tons for
March delivery at SS370 The London
market was lower with spot closing
at 1163 7s 6d and futures at 164
12s 6d
Lead was steady with spot quoted
at 467i4721 Mew York and at
14606470 East Stl Louis The Lon
don market was higher at UI 2d 3d
Spelter was quiet with spot quoted
at 610630 New York and at COn
9612 East St Louis The London mar
ket was unchanged at fl 2s 8d
Iron was lower In London with
Cleveland warrants closing at 61s Hid
The local market was unchanged
No 1 foundry northern J1S501900
No2 foundry northern ilS2591S75
No1 southern and No 2 southern
soft J185001926
I
I Treasury Statement
Washington JJec 3The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of
I business today was as follows
TruBt funds
Gold coin 877034869
Silver dollars 48S604000
I Silver dollars of 1890 3986000
Silver certificates out
i standing 488608980
i General fund
I Standard silver dollars in
j general fund I 974377
Current liabilities 104157115
Working balance in treas
ury offices 22818687
In banks to credit of treas
urer of the U S 37363584
Subsidiary silver coin 16648968
Minor coin l 88186
Total balance in general
fund 78860710
Money Sliver Etc
New York Dec 22 Money on call
i firm higher 4J6 per cent ruling
I rate 5 closing bid 5 offered at 8
Time loans weaker sixty days He
4J per cent ninety days 4J94 sx
I months 4J4J
Prime mercantile paper 5 to BJ per
cent
Sterling exchange weak with actual
business in bankers bills at 4S4580
8465 for sixtyday bills and at
87SO for demand
Commercial hills 48494S41
Bar silver R2
Mexican dollars 44
Government bonds steady railroad
bonds Irregular
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Chicago Pee 22Wheat was weak
throughout todays session owing to a
general selling and a lack of any sub
stantial support The phlnclpal factors
were an Increased movement in the
northwest and prospects of still more
liberal rivais within the next few
lays The iKcember delivery sold be
1 tween 1141 and 116 May ranged betWeen
iween LIt and lllj
i The market closed at almost the low
est point with December at 114 and
i May at 110 i
I I Cmtinued told weather throughout
the corn belt Inspired fresh selling of
I corn today whIch resulted in further
I declines In all deliveries The slump
1 in wheat also had a depressing effect
Closing prices showed net losses of
i to ic
I Trading in oats was quiet and sen
timent in the pit was bearinsh because
of the weakness of wheat and corn
Tie market closed at net declines of
4 t ic
i Provisions closed 5 to 35 cents lower
HEAT
I
i Open High I Low j Close
Dc 115 116 114k 114
I May LllJ 111141 110 110
July L01 iioi 100 101
OKN
t Open High Low Close
Dec 4e6161 0 161
May 6ov etl l 61I4 6Sj
I6ii
July 65 S5 toTn 66 66
OATS
Open I High I Low I Close
Dec I 43481S OKLow 44
May I 45 r
July 42 4243 t4yi 42
iitfao lJuKiv Per bbl
I Open High I Low I Close
Jan 12156 12155 1 2140 12146
May 2150 12155 2140 1Ufs
LARDier Iw lbs
i Open I High I Low 1 I Close
Jan 11262 11266 11210 1218
May 11100 jlUI5 UT 1132
July lli ill 80 111l2J 1190
HURl KiBSPer 100 Ibs
i Open i i High I Low I Close
Jan 1140 1140 1115 tt20
May 1122 U25 1115 ju
July 1115 11125 1115 n2t12
Cash qutations were as follows
Flour Firm
RyeNo 2 79
BarleyFeed or mixing 68G fair to
choice malting 65971
Flaxseed No 1 southwestern S1S6 No
1 northwestern 196
Timothy Seed 375
Clover 1470
Mess PorkPer bbl 2200222S
LardPer MO Ibs 1276
Short Ribs Sides loose U26ll75
SidesShort clear boxed llS74 1212
Grain Statistics
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 24SUOO bushels Primary re
ceipts were 670000 bushels compared with
400000 bushels the corresponding day near
year ago Estimated receipts for tomor
row Wheat Co cars corn 340 cars oats
128 cars hogs 31000 head
New York Grain
New York Dec 22 Klour steady
with demand slow Receipts 84097
barrels shipments 27482 barrels
WheatSpot easy No 3 red LM
asked elevator domestic and 129 nom
inal f o b afloat No1 northern Du
luth 123 and No2 hard winter 1244
nominal f o b afloat Option market
Wheat declined about 11 cents under
heavy selling by speculators and com
mission houses on more favorable re
ports regarding the strike situation and
on predictions of larger receipts At
the close prices were 11 to lie net
decline December closed 123 May
closed at 117 July closed it 1083
Receipts 2280 < bushels shipments 67
161 bushels
evaporated Fruits
New York Dec Evaporated ap
ples steady spot fancy new crop
10111J choice 9 prime 73 old crop
prime Ik common to fair 67 prunes
firm California up to 3650s 29o
Oregons 6 9
Apricots steady Choice llieilj
extra choice lll12 fancy 12i 13J
Peaches firm Choice fl7 extra
choice 771 fancy 7J8
Raisins steady TOOFS muscatel
45 choice to fancy seeded 668
seedless au ii London layers 117J
130 t
Coffee and Sugar
New York Dec UCoffee futures
closed steady net unchanged to five
points higher with sales reported of
2TOO bags including March at 690
May at 700 July 710 and September
71U0715
CoffeeSpot steady No 7 Rio
fcB No 4 Santos 9 Mild is quiet
Cordova 9l1i
Sugar Raw weak muscavado 89
test 355 centrifugal 96 test 406
molasses sugar 89 test 33 refined
sugar quiet
Butter Cheese ana Eggs
New York Dec ButterSttong
Western factory Use21i western imi
tation creamery S60SS
fheese Firm unchanged
Eggs Easier Westeri extra firsts
34Q36 firsts 3133 seconds 2S30
Chicago Dec 22 Butter Steady
Creameries 2735 dairies 2530
Kges Steady at mark cases In
LlaJud iiJSSOi r i ipui 4589 cases
firsts 35 prime firsts 36J
CheeseSteadY Daisies 16J16i
v I
twins 1618i Young Americas 16J
I long horns 16 J
LIVESTOCK r MARKETS
I
Omaha Dec 22 Receipts 2500
market steady Native steers 4000k
868 cows and heifers S00525 west
ern steers 3500628 cows and heif
ers 7If1450 canners 250450
stockers and feeders 2856535 calves
360775 bulls stags etc 280460
Hogs Receipts 6000 market 10
15c lower Heavy 812i826 mixed
810esl6 light SOOdslS iPlg67li
OT7 bulk of sales 805815
Sheep Receipts 3860 market
steady Yearlings 6807QO wethers
000660 ewes 4250630 lambs 685
wS15
Kansas City Dec 22 Cattle Re
ceipts 4500 market steady to strong
Nature steers 480 150 cows and heif
ers 3250516 buns J000460 calves
3i508d6 western steers 376575
western cows 2750475
Hogs Receipts 12000 market lOa
lower Bulk of sales 800830 heavy
8200S3R packers and butchers 810
836 light 780825 pigs 6750750
SheepReceipts 4000 market lOo
lower Muttons 42505g lambs 626
0790 fed western wethers and year
ling T5 0675 fed western cows 450
> 535
Chicago Dec 22 Cattle Receipts I
estimated at 21000 market weak to
lOc lower Beeves 400S50 Texas
steers 4009800 western steers 400
465 stockers and feeders 3009626 I
cow and heifers 200530 < > calves
726925
Hogs Receipts estimated at 35000
market lOc lower Light 7809826
mixed 8009840 heavy 810840
rough S109820 good to choice heavy
SJ09S40 pigs 7f800 < > bulk oi
sales 8109S35
SheepReceipts estimated at 22000
market Sc to lOc lower Native 350
5SO western 3769660 yearlings
6409725 lambs native 615836
western 5769830
Wool Market
St Louis Dec 22Wool unchanged
Medium grades combing and clothing
34029 light fine 22027 heavy fine
12021 tub washed 25037
Flax Market
Minneapolis Dec nFlax closed at
199J
IN THE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT
court In and for the district of Utah
Eighth circuit United States of America
complainant vs Wasatch Water com
pany a corporation defendant No 1094
Order
It appearing to the court from the affi
davit of Hiram E Booth attorney for the
United States for the district of Utah
and ont of the solicitors for complainant
in the above entitled suit in equity that
said suit was brought by the United
States of America for the purpose of re
moving the cloud upon its real property
described in said complaint and to have
a Judicial forfeiture declared of a grant
for a rightofway over and across said
property and that said real property Is
situated within the state and district of i
Utah and is fully described In com I
Jlalnants bill of complaint and it fur II
ther appearing to the court that said de
fendant Wasitch Water company la not I
a resident or Inhabitant of or found
within this district and has not volun
tarily appeared thereto and it further
appearing that on the 17th day of August
A D 1909 the judge of this court made
an order requiring the said defendant
Wasatch Water company to appear
plead answer or demur to said bill of
complaint on the 4th day of October
A D 1908 and that said order be served
on said defendant company in the north
ern district of Illinois by the United I
States marshal for said district at ast
twenty 20 days before said 4th day of
October A D 1909
And it further appearing from the affi
davit of said Hiram E Booth attorney
for the United States that it is imprac
ticable to serve said order on the said
defendant in said northern district of Illinois
linois and that the whereabouts of the
officers of said corporation Is unknown
and that said order has been returned
with the endorsement thereon that ser
vice of same cannot be made by the
United States marshal for the northern
district of Illinois and it further ap
peering to the court that the place of
usiness of said Wasatch Water company
Is unknown and that none of its officers
can be found either in the state and dis
trict of Utah or within the northern die
trlct of Illinois where it originally had
Its general place of business
It Is therefore ordered that the said de
fendant Wasatch Water company do ap
pear plead answer or demur to com
ilalnants bill of complaint on or before
the 7th day of February A D 1910 and
It is further ordered that this order be
served upon the Wasatch Water com
pany a corporation defendant herein by
the United States marshal for the district
of Utah causing a copy of this order to be
pUblished in the Salt Lake HeraldRopub
lican once a week for a period of six con
secutive weeks from the date of said first
publication and that this order be served
by the United States marshal for the dis
trict of Utah on the person or persons
In the possession or charge of the said
property If any there be
D ted Salt Lake City Utah this 3d
day of December 1909
J A MARSHALL Judge
United States of America District of
Utah ss
I Jerrold R Letcher clerk of the
United States circuit court for the die
rlct of Utah sitting at Salt Lake City
do hereby certify the above and forego
lag to be a true perfect and complete
transcript and copy of an order for ser
vice heretofore made and now or record
In said court and In a certain cause No
Ult In said court pending wherein the
United States of America Is complainant
and the Wasatch Water company defend
ant as fully and completely as the same
still remains of record in my office
In testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal of said
court at Salt Lake City In said district
this 3d day of December A D 1908
Seal JERROLD R LBTCHER
Clerk
Notice of Incorporation of Mammoth
City
STATE OF UTAH OFFICE OF THE
secretary of state as
I Charles S Tlngey secretary of state
of the state of Utah do hereby certify
that there has been this day filed in my
office certified copies of papers filed in
the office of the county clerk of Juab
county state of Utah together with rec
ord entries in said office relating to the
matter of the Incorporation of Mammoth
City certified by said county clerk as
being true copies of all papers and record
entries in said matter In his office from
which it appears that the provisions of
Sections 169 170 and 171 of the Complied
Laws of Utah 1907 relating to the Incor
poration of cities have been complied
with that a majority of the legal voters
residing within the territory to bo Incor
porated Into a city at a regularly called
election voted in favor of incorporating
said city that the said city has been designated
gnated a a city of the third class
can
Now therefore In compliance with the
requirements of Section 17 of the Com
piled Laws of Utah 1907 notice is hereby
given t all whom I may concern that
all that territory designated as follows
to wit Beginning at the point of In
tersection of the boundary line sf Juab
county with the section Une near the
southeast corner of section nineteen 19
township ten 10 south range two 2
west of the Salt Lake base and merid
Ian thence northerly along the said
county line to the northeast corner of
sid section thence southwesterly to the
onehalf W section corner on the west
line of sid section thence west to the
onehalf section corner on the west
oaehl
side line of section twentythree 23
township ten 10 south range three 3
west thence south to the onehalf fti
section corner on the west side line of
section thirtyfive 3 of said township
end range thence northeasterly to the
of section twentyfive
southeast corner 8oton
26 of said township and range thence
northeat to the place of beginning In
said Juab county state of Utah has been
ncornoratod Into I city under the name
of Mammoth CUy and designated a
city of the third class
cty testimony whereof I have hereunto
apt my hnirl fln < 1 affixed the great H1
of Utah this twentieth day
of the state rtal tis I
rf Dumber A D m
C S TINGEY 1
Sea Secretary of State j
I L r J = Uw ripu
No Money Can Be Better Spent
For Xmas Gifts if Spent at Barons
No Gift So Sure of Appreciation
If Bought at Barons
Revolving in your mind is the subject of Christmas I
gift buying Youve quite a bit of gifts to buy but
This store open DOlt EARLY
youre at a loss to know where to buy em You
evenings for the An hoar in the
want to spend your money where it will go farthest
accommodation of momioff is worth
but again you know not where this can be accom
Christmas sho
shop two in the after
pers pUshed Come to BARONSyoull get the most awot
for the least Many sensible gifts for men vom < < > > l I
and children
I Tweifeffi Century Methods I
254256 State St 254256 State St
S I
OPPOSITE THE
BUNGALOW THEATRE
rH =
c
Why do we waste
millions taking cen
sus when Europe
does it better for
nothing England France
Germany take a census oftener and
better than the United States and
they do it for nothing Uncle Sam
spends about twenty million dollars
counting himself Why Read the
story of our wasteful census plan in
PEARSONS MAGAZINE for January That
tells why Also how the foreigners do
the trick And it embodies a common
sense plan for a better censustaking
and a way to separate politicians from a
lot of money It gives an accurate line
on the everincreasing tax rates
Three dlstinrulnlied alienist describe the Improper
tnataKBt oi the louse in this country Wbat it will mean to tha
aware BIBS pocketbeok if the law dUsolvinr the Standard Oil
Canpaay b applied to other trait u explained by a New York
lawn Judte Gaynor the new Mayor of New Yet tell why be
wa Held and what ihould be done to the libelers A SouUwra
w exptaiac what the cresting of black and white Uoad BMan ta the
Smth John B Stanton describes the earsiar power of moser and
lelli how to make money nark R W Shafeli eiplaliu what ahs
a woman beautiful and there are seven hart ctories o < fiction Iad
mil aa uaasHally mystifTiar fiDe by E PhUHp Oppeahrtia
P ears ons
Magazine for January
I
Notice i
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE FIRST I
German Evangelical Lutheran St Johns
Congregation of Salt Lake City Utah
You and each of you are hereby notified
that there will be a meeting of the mem
bers of the First German Evangelical
Lutheran St Johns Congregation of Salt
Lake City Utah held at the church
building of said church at ill East Sev
enth South street in the city of Salt
Lake Salt Lake county state of Utah
on Wednesday the 6th day of January
110 at the hour of ten oclock a m on
said day
The object of said meeting is to vote
upon the question of amending the arti
cles of Incorporation of said society by
providing for the election of a board of
trustees consisting of three members and
providing that the property of said so
ciety shall be under the care control and
management of such board of trustees
thereby changing said corporation from
a corporation sole to the form as pro
vided for in Sections 342 to 360 of the Re
vised Laws of the State of Utah 1907 and
for the election of three trustees said
corporation to be known as the First
German Evangelical Lutheran St Johns
Congregation of Salt Lake City Utah
and is for the purpose of the worship of
Almighty God and instruction In the
Christian religion
All members of said church are re
quested to be present at said meeting and
vnte upon the foregoing questions
Said meeting ts called pursuant to a
meeting of the membership of said ohurch
held at said church house on November
28 A D 1909 WM J LANKOW
Pastor
Summons
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third judicial district of the state of
Utah county of Salt Lake
John H Kees plaintiff vs Delflna
Avila Kees defendant Summons
The state of Utah to the said defendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you if served within
the county In which this action is
brought otherwise within thirty days
after service and defend the above en
titled action and in case of your failure
so to do judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand of
the complaint which has been filed with
the clerk of this court This action Is
brought to obtain a judgment against the
defendant in favor of the plaintiff to ob
tain a decree of this court dissolving the
bonds of matrimony existing between the
jlaintiff and th < fendant
W R WHITE
Plaintiffs Attorney
I P O address 312 D F Walker build
ing West Second South street Salt Lake
City Utah
s
Assessment No7
SHEBA GOLD Sc SILVER MINING
company Principal place of business
Salt Lake City Utah Eastern or branch
office Houghton Michigan
Notice is hereby given that at a meet
ing of the board of directors of the Sheba
Gold Silver Mining company htld on
the 16th day of December 1909 assessment
No7 in lieu of former assessment No7
which has been duly revoked and re
scinded because of inadequate notice of
extension or postponement of sale day of
delinquent stock of five 5 cents per
share was levied upon the issued and out
standing capital stock of the corporation
payable immediately to the secretary of
said company at the office of the com
pany 423 Judge building Salt Lake City
Utah or at the eastern or branch office
of the company at Houghton Michigan
at the option of the stockholders as to
place of payment
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Wednesday the
19th day of January 1910 wiii be delin
quent and will be advertised for sale at
publlo auction and unless payment Is
made before will be sold at the said of
fice of the company at Salt Lake City
Utah at 10 oclock a m of Wednesday
the 2Sd day of February 1910 to pay the
delinquent assessment thereon coat of
advertising fifty cents for each certifi
cate advertised and expense of sate
Persons who have already fully paid
original assessment No 7 should disre
gard this notice as to any stock covered
by such payment the same having sat
isfied the present assessment upon such
stock
By order of the board of directors
ERNEST J DUBE Secretary
Houghton Michigan
Summons
IN TIn DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah county of Salt Lake
Elsie McCune plaintiff vs H L
McCune defendant Summons
The state of Utah to the said defend
ant You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after the ser
vice of this summons upon you if
served within the county In which this
action is brought otherwise within
thirty days after service and defend
the above entitled action and In case I
of your failure so to do judgment will
be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint which has
been filed with the clerk of the said
court This action Is brought to re
cover a judgment dissolving the mar
riage contract now existing between
you and the plaintiff
AARON MYTRS
Plaintiffs attorney I
Postoffice address 625 Boston build I
ins Salt Lake City Utah i
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SHEPARDTHE MAGAZINE MAN
77 East Third South Street
Delinquent Notice
DRY CREBK RBSBVOIR A IRRIGA i
tlon company Notice Is hereby given that I
the following described stock In the Dry
Creek Reservoir Irrigation company
Is delinquent on account of an assessment
levied October 7 1906 in the Hveral
amounts set opposite the names of the
respective shareholder as foUows
No of No of Amt
Name Cert Shares Due
Atwood H C 272 M S2650
and in accordance with law so many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be necessary will be sold at public
auction at the office of tile company at
the residence of P P Sorensen Draper
Utah on the 39th day of December s
at 1205 p m to pay delinquent assess
rnent together with cost of advertising
md expense of saleP
P P SORENSEN
Secretary Dry Creek Reservoir Irri
gation Co
Dated December 30 Iflfli
SUMMONS
IN THH DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third judicial district of the state of
Utah county of Salt Lake Hattie Itout
plaintiff vs Brown Stout defendant
Summons
The state of Utah to the said defendant
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you if served within
the county in which this action Is brought
otherwise within thirty days after serv
ice and defend the aboveentitled action
and in case of your failure so to do
judgment will be renadered against you
according to the demand of tbe com
plaint which has been filed with the clerk
of said court This action is brought to
recover a Judgment dissolving the bonds
of matrimony heretofore existing between
I you and the plaintiff
ICING BURTON G RUSSELL
Plaintiffs Attorney
I P O address 108 Commercial block
Salt Lake City Utah
Notice of Assessment No2
PALMYRA GOLD A COPPER MIN
Ing Co principal place of business
Salt Lake City Utah Notice is hereby
given that at a meeting of the directors
Held on the 24th day of November 1I0t
an assessment of two 2 mills per
share was levied on all the Issued and
outstanding shares of the capital stock
of said corporation payable Immeatate
ly to the secretary of the company at
room 3 118 So State It or by mail
to P O Box No 1684 Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on Wed
nesday December SI 1JO will be de
linquent and advertised for sale at
public auction and unless payment Is
made before will be sold on Wednes
day January lth 110 at 1230 p m
at the companys office room 3 138 Bo
State st Salt Lake City Utah to pay
the delinquent assessment together
with the coat of advertising and ex
pense of sale
J W CARLSON Secretary
Salt Lake City Utah
Office room S 1S8 So State street
First publication Nov 27 1909
Anenment No 2
P C LIME ft STONE COMPANY
Principal place of business Salt Lake
City Utah Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the directors held on the
16th day of December 1909 an assernment
of 60 cents per shara was levied en the
capital stock of the corporation payable
immediately ta J L May secretary 223
Commercial Club building Salt Lake City
Utah Any stock upon which this assess
ment may remain unpaid on the 17th da
of January IMC will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction ari
unless payment Is made bfore will ti
sold on the 2d day of February 1910 t >
pay the delinquent assessmtt tjgethfr
with the cost of advertising and tens
for sale J L MAYs
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salt Lake City Utah
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