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I 18 THE WESTERN WEEKLY ! HH i . I ; MINES AND MINING m " I (Contlnuod from Papo 1-1.) ' 1 1 Grcat progress is being made in sinking the shaft on the Butler- j I Liberal. The shaft will be sent down 100 feet, when a 'drift will be ij scllt ito the ore and stoping will be started. On account of the j nature of the ground the work has been very difficult, but it is now Hi beyond that point. Twenty-five feet more will be sunk before the drift will be started. H ij The long tunnel at the I'te Copper is progressing finely, and if will soon reach a territory where a large bodv of ore will be en- I countered. i ALTA. Hi After a strenuous fight of many weeks, the water in the Colum- uus Con. is under control. It is estimated that it will not take over H , a wcck to free the lower workings of the mine from its fluid con- , tents, after which the work of extracting ore will be in full blast. H ! The Jacobsons have purchased the aerial tram and the mill of the old Continental Alta, and will use them for the benefit of the Colum- 9 bus Con. The same parties have got control of the lode Silver King group, and will begin work on it at once. Tony Jacobson is con- fident that the group will prove a heavy producer. H Manager Hatfield has started work on the old Albion. A jig- ging plant capable of handling thirty tons of concentrates a day is M j operation and shipments will be the order in the near future. H 'J he old property is said to be in good condition. H KIMBERLY. H Manager Outright of the Golden Treasure, on Gold Hill, left for H the camp Wednesday to begin increased activity at the mine. He H will spend the summer at the mine and see that work is pushed H all the time. He is now driving a tunnel to catch the Annie Laurie H ledge which crosses the ground. He feels confident of a producer m during the summer. ' PARK CITY. H Work was started during the- week, with the view of cxteud- H i ing the Ontario'drain tunnel into the ground of the Daly West. The Hj deepest workings of the mine is now 1600 feet, and the tunnel will. HJ I when under the shaft, be 2100 feet from the surface. LTpon its com- j plction the shaft will be sunk down to tunnel level. j The work accomplished by the zinc plant has exceeded the ex- m pectations of its owners. A grcat amount of the zinc ores from the H. laly Jlgc has passed through the mill, with the most gratifying rc- M suits. It will be enlarged so as to handle all the zinc ores' of the H camp. HJI A large block of the treasury stock of the Nelson Oueen mine j has been sold to eastern parties. The sale was made with" the undcr- j standing that the buyers would not sell within a year for less than $2 Hj per share, the sale price being $1 a share. With this monev in the m treasury work at the mine will be pushed from now on. HJ The Silver King is now on its old standing. The force at the M mine has been increased to the maximum. Ore shipping on an ex- B tended scale will be the order from now on. B LA SALLE. M A number of eastern men have recently purchased a large territory H on the Wilson Mesa. Placer mining on an extensive scale will be M under way in a short time. These placers are known to be very rich. H but they have never been worked before on an extensive scale. H BEAVER COUNTY. H The Hecla mine, which has attracted considerable attention for M the past few weeks, is coming to the front in a 'wonderful manner. M Some of the richest ore yet found has just been opened in an upraise M fiom the tunnel level. Work at the rate of 55 feet a week is being HJ made in the tunnel of the Indian Queen. The mine is said to be HJ looking the best in its history, lioth the P.urning Moscow and the HJ Red Warrior arc breaking the record in the miuing line. Both of M them arc responding to development in a wonderful manner. HJ There is grcat activity at all of the Majestic properties. A sys- HJ tem of development has been evolved and the mines will be heard H from from now on. M OUTSIDE MINES. M The Montgomery Shoshone at Rhyolitc is not a dead one bv any HI IHIl?' This has been Proven during the week bv a cleanup of HJ $30,000 gold ore from the mill. M Word comes up from Yerringlon that the Western Nevada Cop- HJ per people are meeting with wonderful success in the development of HJ the mine. A grcat tonnage is being blocked out at the mine and its H future is assured. HI T,,c iarris lcasc at Scvc" Troughs of which Kay Harris, a HJ .ormer Salt Lake newspaper man. is the principal owner, has opened HJ up a body of high grade gold ore. The lease is on the ground of the pKi Seven Troughs Florence. Walker's Forty-Sixth Anniversary Sale The greatest merchandising event that ever happened in the west PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES. o Consult County Clerk or respective signers for further information. In the District Court, Probate Di vision, in and for Salt Lake County. Slate of Utah. In the matter of the estate of Gi ovanni Da Costa, deceased. Notice. The petition of Guiseppa Gneck, praying for the issuance to himself of Letters of Administration in the estate of Giovanni Da Costa, de ceased, has been set for hearing on ,rd,?yinth? ,18t,h day of Juy A- D- 1908. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Coun ty Court House, in the Court Room of said Court in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. WITNESS the Clerk of said Court, with the seal thereof affixed. ,c '? d'1y T?f July' A- D- 1908. (Seal) J. U. ELDREDGE, Jr., By W. II. FARNSWORTH? ' Weber & Olson, Attorneys for Pet. In the Third Judicial District Court of the State of Utah, in and for Salt Lake County. The A. Kcysor Investment Com 'Aany' a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. George W. Blackburn and Zellie S. Blackburn, his wife, Elizabeth Pix- u"' &-f!anso" and J- P- Williams, W. E. Williams and C. Williams, a co-partnership doing business under the firm name of Williams Brothers, Defendants. Summons. The State of Utah to the said De fendants: You arc hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of tins summons upon you, if served within the county in which this ac tion is brought;, otherwise within thirty days after service, and defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will lie rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The said action is brought to re cover a judgment against the said defendants George W. Blackburn and Llizabeth Pixton, and to obtain a de cree of this court for the foreclosure of the deed, or mortgage, described in said complaint, and executed by v-sno G.co'c W- Blackburn and -Jcihe S. Blackburn, his wife, on the 25th day of January, 1902, to secure the payment of a certain promissory note for Five Hundred Dollars, dat ed January 22, 1902. That the prem ises conveyed by said deed or mort- gage may be sold and the proceeds applied to the payment of said note with interest thereon, and in case' such proceeds are not sufficient to pay the same, then to obtain a judg- ' ment against the said George W. Blackburn and Elizabeth Pixton for the balance remaining due; and also r( that the defendants and all persons claiming by, through or under them or either of them, may be barred and foreclosed of all right, title, claim, lien, equity of redemption and inter est in and to said premises described in said complaint, and for such other and further relief as will more fully appear by reference to the complaint on file herein. THURMAN, WEDGWOOD & IR. VINE, Attorneys for Plaintiff. P. O. Address: Suite 237 Atlas Block. Salt Lake City, Utah. . Sheriff's Sale. " In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District in and for the Coun ty of Sevier, State of Utah. James M. Peterson, plaintiff, against Ernest Williams, defendant, to be sold at sheriff's sale at the west front door of the county court house in the city and county of Salt Lake, state of Utah, on the 27th day of July, A. D. 1908, at twelve o'clock noon of said day all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant of, in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots 16 to 30 both inclusive, block 2. Lots 1 to 15 both inclusive, block 3. Lots 18 to 30 both inclusive, block 3. Lots 2 to 8 both inclusive, block S. Lots 4 to 12 both inclusive, block 6. Lots 16 to 30 both inclusive, block 6. Lots 8 to 23 both inclusive, block 7. All in Woodlawn Addition to Salt Lake City, being a subdivision af the N. E. '4 of the N. W. 'A. section IS, township 1, south range 1, West Salt Lake County, Utah. Dated at Salt Lake City this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1908. . . C. FRANK EMERY, Sheriff of Salt Lake County, State of Utah. By T. L. IRVINE. , Deputy Sheriff. C. W. COLLINS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Sheriff's Sale. In the District Court in and for Salt Lake County, State of Utah. John S. Rollo, R. L. Decker, Ca millc T. Nelscn, plaintiffs, against D. A. Nelson and Mary P. Nelson, de fendants, to be sold at sheriff's sale at the west front door of the county court house in the city and county of Salt Lake, state of Utah, on the 27th day of July, A. D. 1908, at twelve 0 clock noon of said day, all the right, title, claim and interest of said de fendants of, in and to the following described real estate, to-wit: Com- A mencing 4yi rods east from the southwest corner of lot 1, block 62, plat "C", Salt Lake City survey, run "'"B thence east 2'2 rods, north ten (10) rods, west 2'2 rods, south ten (10) rods to place of beginning, sub ject to right of way over the north 1 rod, also right of way commencing two (2) rods east from the south west corner of said lot 1, north ten (10) rods, east 8. rods, south 1 rod, west 122 feet, south 9 rods, west ten (10) feet to beginning, situate in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Dated at Salt Lake City this 2nd day of July, A. D. 1908. C. FRANK EMERY, Sheriff of Salt Lake County, State of ' Utah. By T. L. IRVINE, Deputy Sheriff. THURMAN, WEDGWOOD & IR VINE, Attorneys for Plaintiffs.