IN TIIK DIETIUOT COUHT, 1'ItO-balodlrlilon, 1'ItO-balodlrlilon, Iu and tur Summit county, coun-ty, Slate of Utah, -In th matter of the eitaleofJohn llanloa, deceaie.1. Notice. No-tice. The petition of Oeorge W. Han-Ion Han-Ion praying for tlio lnuance to hlmielf of letter of admlnlilratlon In the eitale of John lltnlon, ilrceaied, hai been let for hearing on Tueiday, the 4th day of September, A. I). I WO, at 10 o'clock a, m., at the County Court Home, In the Court room of "Id Court, In Coalville City, Summit coanty. Utah. Wltneii the clerk of eald court irai with the leal thereof affiled thla 20th day of Anguit, A. I). igOU. W. I. I'aik, Clerk, Nollro for I'uhllrntloit. No. VM. Departmant of the Interior, ) Land (Hike at Salt Uke City, liiah, Auguit 2. 1900, ) Notice li hereby given that the follow namxl iclller ha filed notice of hli Intention In-tention to make final proof In lupportol hli claim, and that laid proof will be made before the County Clork of Hum-mltroanty, Hum-mltroanty, Utah, at Coalville Utah, on September IStli, 1D00, vie llyrum Winters, UK No. 10675, datel Sept. 0, 1103, for tlio n i: i4 Sec. 0. Tp. 1, N. It. 5 E, B. I. U. Utah, lie name! the following wilneiieito prove hli contlnuouireiiilenc upon and cultivation of laid land, vli: William Drown, (leorge Syme, hr,, Alexander Street!, Sr and John II. Itcddon, all of lloylivllle.Summlt county, Utah, Frank D. llor.nl, Itegliter. T. C Dill tr, Attorney, ftlirrlll" hnlr. IN TIIK IiISTKIOTCOUllTOFTIIK Third Judicial Dtitrlct of theSUteof Utah and County of Summit. A. II. Fuchi, rialntlir.vi, Nellie lthoadei, Do-felidant. Do-felidant. To bo aold at SherlfT Salo on the Silt day of September A. I). 1IHI0, at 10.30 o'clock n. in. at tlio front door ol the County Court Itouie, In the city of Coalville, Summit county, Utah. Alt of tot number three (t) of Illock number thirty (30) l'lat "A'Tagoiur-vey.Ooalrllle "A'Tagoiur-vey.Ooalrllle City, and more particular ly described ai beginning at a point that li one hundred ntnety-nlneand .45 feet iouth,23deg. 22 mln. cait from the norlhwcit corner of laid block numlwr thirty (30;, and running tbenco north ODdrg. lRinln., rait on nurtured ilxty-llve ilxty-llve fret, thence louth 23 ileg, 32 mln,, enton hundred iilnelynlno and .43 feot, thence louth fJt Jn. IS mill., weit one hundred t!xty-fiva feet, thence north 2.1 ileg, 32 min., weit one hundred nine ty nine and .45 fret to place ol beginning, begin-ning, and containing leventy-fUeone-hundredth! (.75 nl an acre and two hundred thlrtynliie and twent)-Hve hundredth! (210.25; square feel, more or leia. Uxorok Ijsihiv, Jk., Sherlir of fiuinnilt county. Utah. Dated nl Coalville thli 11th day of Auguit, Aug-uit, A, I). 1000. '. M, tockharl, attorney (or plainlitr. Tluit Tlinililtlntt llt'iiiliiclio Would quickly leave you, If you uied l)r.King'r(Nw Llfel'llli. Tliounmliol utlerei have proved their tiiatrhleii merit (or ilck aud Nertsili Headache!. They make puieblowl anil build up your health. Onty25ronti. Money back l( nolcurcd, Soldbyjobn IloydenASon, Ilrugglite. DKI'AIITMr.NTIir TIIK INrKltlOR, (IKS. mlliuil unc. VI MbllKtun, 1). I'.JuIr re. two. NuUmIi hertbyihra tktt Malr.1 tlil a.llrl ti th Cuinmmluutr u( thw llvneral laud limre will ! rvMlVMl b)r tho Hrcvlftrot bed H UiHllinr al fell Lake UUr, UUk, up Iu and lucluJIna tb loili !; ol Hcltmlwr, laul. (or the purvtiax uitdf r lite wut Ululll o( tbo Act olJuool m (W fut, llki). ol aouamllfvl lna llaurr (llntatr.l al IJ7.UW lrt ol ilcail llu-Ur llu-Ur ao4 Tli too feel ol waturo llvlox Urabor, to l obi ,ub)rl to (utare nasunnitul ami hi bo rut Irutn Uudi bouBileJ. aivrrlbeil m bfelnulti- at thoNorlhraMrtiraar N WUoltko. Il.T 1H.I1 IK.H 1, Mr ,ao rurtmos ihncoituo Houib llalll lln lino IlilirMCU llio lllf Hoatb l"oik ol the 1'rovu HI, vr. a Uuuiiro o( i, nllrfli tSrua op tbe Mill lila Womb fork In u oajirrlr ana uutf rlr dlroitloo. rollowin ttiooourtooltoiii Irfata aill,UDco(loroillii thenre In a uorth-ra,urlf uorth-ra,urlf llrvotlon If, mUwl tu lutoroiYtlun fit tA oint folk orifcMWhiut rrrvk. tariiro uorthratt. rly oti4 north down aloiia tlio rourMuttfuau toue crock uilua4.lloao(iono allh PruvurlVfr, ai1uumoll'i tnlloii Iticiiee norUieajitrtr oi auilaloni tbo cuurto ul tlio I'rovd ntr,atll lanra o( I mlUi thturo uorttiotrnrlf a dU tanro ol H milt to Inlt rMrlloa ol flrat fork lth HonldrrrMk Ihoneo wulbwimT,lr dowaaad oloox Itoutdtr crvok to Juncuon ul mm mtk I'roto rlrrr o duuuee ol abuut li ullrai Ihruco down and atuiix l'roo river, a dUtauro o( abotl I ailtM ui a Mint mar nirur ul am I, I, lo au.l II, T aod It alonuMt lloooo ttat oton ihi north Uno ol Hoc It. about t, tnlto to (lUm u( Iw. flnulua. within tlio Utulu ol the I nilah t'oreal troorrr, Utah Nd llllna t!nitr Um than eiaTh keu (II) Inrbra In ilUm.l.r at tha too -IU al-lowed al-lowed In be rut No bid o( u-aa than II w lor Uv Inx tlnWr aad t 10 (or d,ad tlwbor ir thmiMitd (rot wlU bo coulldorod All daad Umlvriul-ncUntlr Umlvriul-ncUntlr MMindloruao lor timber or lumber will bo lacludod Iu tho tola and mutt be aocoptod and removod bf tbo purchaior A dtlmalt ul M 00 wllb. Iba Riwl,rr will be rr-julrvd with? at h bbl, and avaieul In lull ot tha a rrutlraate amount ol thoiurrbaMllnuaar. the lutu ol 141 1&. luuit boiuaJowltbm ao dara o( nolleo or award, or Diaj.elttieoillonot tbu purrtiaMr.bo niadaln equal In.ullm.nu wllhlu i. 00 auilyudaa,n aiMwUialr, Iroaa th data ol alien liolloe Alt aroon Umbor will lo matkod and datlgoalrd bo lororuttlns tij tbo oflloer uudar wboao lulwr. vlaloolbo woik will lio douo, anilitutie villi bo cut UQU1 ao marked aod deaiinated. and uo Umber wlllboallowad to bo roraotod unill paid (orlu tull Kach bid ler htuat uniaranlro thai all topa, jpa aad r(uao will bo piled lor burotoa undar lb dlrvctlon ol (ho onver In charxe. that the SatUUKaudrvtnovalwIllba uuuducted with pru col care lor tbo aalvty ot tho vounx timber, aud thatboUaiborvilllba ramovad Irom tharllatool I'tah Purcbaaara lalllux to remove all aaid Um. bar within on yaar (rom daio o( awa-d forfeit both purchaao luoney anil rlaht w timber uar-inovad, uar-inovad, uulcaaan eaUDttou u( Uno laxiaalad Tha rlahl to rajert aov and alt tlda la reaorvad bmoaa Uaanixx, tVaintHlnar. mmmmmlm ' ''ViT' mmmmmmmm , t HtavryorA Hlnvc. To be bound hand and foot i 7""' by tbt chains f dlrea U ill wont form of ilarery Oeorge I). WHn, ' Manchnter, Mlch.,iavii "My ll been in helolen for five yean t-- 'ne could but turn over In bed a!oi(. After uilogtwo bottle! of F.lrctrlc tV'' ah, li wonderfully Improved and sf t0 do her nan aork." Thlaiupremi Itmulf (or female dlieaiei quickly ctrt ner vouinen, ileepleiibeii, mr'ticholy, heailache, hackaehr, fainting id d'iy prill. ItliaguIrnd lo writ, sickly, run-down people, Curo gI'"ll,f,' Only 50c. Sold by John lloyoW Son. druggist. An old criminal was once aitel "lt wai the tint ttep that led'itUi ruin, whenheamwered "Theflritrlep wai cheating an editor out oft to years' ubicrlptlon. When I hnj that the devil had luch a grip on"" that I could not ahake him off." j ASIIalatar'aDoixl tToit "I had a levere attnet of blliai colic, got bottle ofChaniberlaln'iO.lc, Cholera Chol-era and Diarrhoea Itemedy, cok two dolci and wae entirely currd,"iyiltev, A. A. Toner, of Kmporla, ltd, "My neighbor acrou the itreel w ilck for over a week, had two or thretbottlei otf medicine from Ihe doctor, lliaed thsm for three or fourdayiwlthouilllel,lhcn called in another doctor who fated him for tome days and gave lilni a relief, ao dlicbargedhim, I wentovcrsiee him tha next morning, Ho said ki bowcli . were In a terrible fix, that the) had been running oft 10 long that It vii atmoil bloody llux. Iaikcdhlmllr.hadlr.ed Chamberlain's Colic, Cliolenind DIar- rhoea Heniedy and he aald 'l' I went I home and brought him my lotlle and gave him one doiej told his to take another doie In fllteen or twrcy minutes If he did not find relief, but it took no moro and was entirely cured.' For salo by John Hoyden & Son. . ftiiMourmsMitUivi. tHrtvlftTTlnfciBaioiittonca. I RECREATION POINTERS, Ktsat Cilf, K. i Oilmen Cattltv Nnlei. The following Hem wai handed tu this week by a prominent cattle grower of the county, which iho what flrit clan cattle are worth "The rale of the W. D. Flatt shorthorn short-horn cattle at the Dexter l'ark amphi-thitre, amphi-thitre, Chicago, Tuelay, Aug. 7th, wa a succe J, a record-breaker, Ihe fifty nine animals sold bruigliig alolnlol 40,S25, or an average, of 7V3 00. Fortj-fuur Fortj-fuur (tmalj averaged ("0)52, fifteen bulla averaging (770 33. Tbo hlgheit priced cow, Mayflower V, brought 2,A00, and the highest priced bull, Orange Chief, ,1,510." THREE TRAINS DAILY. VIA rnou WYOMING & UTAH FORTHH EJ.A.ST. Do tint full to liu InforinPit of tho Quick Tins and Fins Train Serilce orrcuio IIY TIIK xr2!rxojr rPAonrio To nil l'lllMCH'AL KASTKUN 11)ISTS. Tataeo Hleaplnf Cars. Ordlaar; Strctilna Cart. IllDlnn Cara. Miala a la carta, fraa IbKllnlas faalraara lloffrt Smokluff aad IJbfary oan, with llarberebopa and rlaaaant ltaadla Itooma For Tlmo Tables, Folders, Illustrated Hooks, l'nmphlots, dcacrlptlvo of the territory trnvoniwl, call on 0, 1. WIU.ADON, Airent, 1 Coalville, Utah. Always On Hand at the ' WflSflTGHj- MINE Lump, a- - - $2.25 Stove, -, - 1.50 Tffls lii Promptly. Wa Delay. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY Weber Coal Co Coalville Coop Has received and will keep a constant supply of For Mowers and Reapers- jatJsasjSjsajBjBjajsjsjsjSjSjSjsjSjSjSjMaHsVI Hay Pulleys, Forks, Rope, and everything in that line a farmer needs. OAbVibLE eo-op. Big Sale Commencing June 11. Late' Sfiiil Waists, gl ta?Le, Linen and Pack Dress Skirts from 75 cts. up. Dress Patterns in Peca and More-celles, More-celles, No two alike. M. R. Salmon, r, Watch this Space. W.J.WRIGHT. Robert Walker. Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. nninHigh Patent Straight rLUUll.Grade & Family Brands. HaDDfactnred by Pcery & Hack, Ogden. 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It Is mailed at sams hour as the dally Fashion Articles for th Women, tin edition, reacliee a large proportion of , . ., , ,, subKrlbers oil date of lnue, and each "oui IllustratltM for old and voung. Xnn.w.peroLruTXn!,1'lljr II" "T'-Pl.'. Taper-for tk. . a. tire United Rtates. Itegular subscription price, Regular subscription price, $1.50 per year, $1.00 per year. We furnish it with THE TIMES for , , , We will furnish It with the TIMES fot $2.00 per year. $1.50 per year. Send all orders to THE TIMES, Coalville, Utah. To Those who aro Interested in Bicycles: If you will call ou E. M. Staker of Rockport, who is ex. elusive agent for the celebrated J. L, Mead Cycle Company, you will find that you can Ret a No. i, guaranteed wheel, at a very moderate price. Several of this company's wheeli have beeu iu use in the county over a year aud have given satisfaction. Am satisGed I can make it profitable for you to buy from me. E. M, Staker, Rookport, Utah.