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I Iron bounty Record.
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H Watered at (ha Foetofflce at Cedar CI IT, Utah,
B" at acond-last matter,
H 8U0QCRPTIQN $1.00 PER YEAR.
H PRANCH AQENCIE3.
H The ndersgned art onr duly authorised
B parowanJohp T. Mltcholl,
H Kar)Arrn-yiri)l C, Hoover).
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H Frily, Jan. 0, fpOJ
H MqRE ROOM VVANTED,
H yTe jiotjce p tlio columns of our cou;
H ntry contemporaries, thnt f,hcre are a
H number of very meritorious claims for
m eslabllBlimont of yublto institutions in
B yarlous parts of tlio state that frill
H probably be presented to the ryOjfUlat-
B uro this session, and we presurap it
H will be Bimply a question of fuudu in
H most oaaps, us to whether thoy wll bp
H granted or not ns in the instances that
H hare catrie to pur nqtlcp tlio) o can be np
H question as to thp justipc of the request,
m pr the utility of the institutions asked
H for. The legislators jvlll ffnd as their
H" predecessors hare done, tljat wo are all
H much more ready to recalyo than to
H There, nrp few if any of tl)0 tajepayors
B jrho will say that the taxes a rp top low,
HMl: and that thoy ought tq bo Increased,
H yet this is the only safe- way of meeting
Hr tho petitions of the Ynrjqus applicants,
H Tho expedient of borrowing might be
H resorted to, but it is rcaspnablo to
H conclude that this should be ()one pply
H when absqlutely necepsary.
H As far as reducing tho expenses, by
H cutting down tho salaries of any of the
H publio oUlqlals, is poucorupd, thcro is
H pot the lcust lllfcliljoocl of anything of
H (.lift kind being done, but op the con
H trary, as Is customary it is quite prob-
H nble that a ralqo will bo given in this
B branch of tho publio scrvicp.
With this situation confronting us
HBl nothing but a striot senso of the dpty
HBl jre owp to th? part of t)ie state,
H could induce us tP prosent to our read-
H ers the need of a request qn the part of
H ' the friend and patrons of tho southern
H branoh of tho stato university, for an
B additional building in which to moet
HHJ he growipg demand for higher eduoa-
HHl tion which that institution has deve-
M pped among our citizens, JJefqre the
M I advent of tho lranoli Normal, It was be-
H i ypad tho rcaoh of tho sans and daugh-
' tors of the prdlnary working man to get
aBBBBBaaL 4 Jiy education beyond that of the dls-
ttB"l I ' school, and it has takon three or
four years to ponylnce our people that
m the benefits of the Jfighc-r pduoation so
H easily to be obtained by the urban pop-
H ulatlan, is aptually with, in their reach,
H bub they are becoming' awake to tho
H I fact at such a rate that they bid fair
H to outdo their pity cousins In tho effort
B (or thobencfltu extended, und if we can
m judge the futuro by thp present, there
H will be at least four hundred young men
H and women clamoriug for admission
V the next sclpol year tq a little building
H that is taxed far beyqnd its capaolty to
H accomodate the two hundred and twen
m tyor thirty young people that are now
H being dally packed within its walls.
B We are informed that tho Uranoh Nor-
H fqal faculty recently made an estimate
H of tho probable cost of tho erection of a
H suitable building for tho accomodation
H pf this growing demand for knowledge,
H and that the University Hoard basing
H their estimate upon the idea that this
M part of the country had readied its
H growth, aqd that the cost of building
B would be less than in Salt Lake
B c'ly declined to indorse the estt-
B mates of the Faculty and estimated
B l'lat 523000 would be ample to supply
B the needs of a country such as ours, ad-
m ding that the present building cost but
H 818000 to build it, when It is a well
M known faat that the 818000 refpredto by
B the Hoard of regents, was only the fifty
H three or four percent of the cost that
Hl that the state paid, and that the people
Hj t)f this olty bore tho rest of the expense.
H The idea that this part of the country
H has reached Its growth In population
B BeemB to those who havo seen tho won
H derful mineral deposits In this and
Hj the surrounding counties, and the In-
H tereBt that is being taken In the devel-
fK opment of them, ridiculous, but admit-
HD 'n? le statement to bo a fact: the
Kt bountry eontalns thousands of school
BQ children, nudraanyof them ara now
Bn attending institutions of learning
Hi farther North, owing to he lack
B tit suitable accomodations nearer
H llbtne. And those who aro now
Hl attending this school will, unless
H fetiUablo fasllltlcs are hocured, havo to
B go to the parent institution to com-
H plote tho course: which will involye an
B expense that many of them will be un-
M able to meet.
Hj T His Is the last number of the Rrcojid
HE TVliloU will be aont to our subsurlbers
Hl whose term of subscription has expired
m ttnd Vvlio were notlllcd lost week to
H that uffeet, until they ronew, Wo do
H not bellaru lu the schema ivhloh la
H sought to be worked by many publish-
B era, who continue to send their papers
H to people after their subscriptions have.
H 'expired, calculating that they will iiavo
H topayfbr It if they take It out of tho
H VlMtc, although they lift re reason to,
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suppose that tho party does npt want
It. We do not want tq Jorco TfR flKCOnp
onanyqne, and wo gannot ofjford to
glvp It away, therefore" if our patrons
wont it ttjey will please to say so, apd
takp po offence at our topping It when
their time la up.
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The tparrlod apd slqglo meq fif this
olty, Havo bepn engaged In a pqptcst
fpr thp jast f?w daysi foptraoing, tar
get slwqtlng, aqd huqtlqg tho festlyo
Jaok rabbit. In the matter of floetnooa
the baohplors had the best pf t0 cin
test; but wljeq ' It camo tp tho otlpr
parts of the business, tho pjd chaps
pamo Jn ahead. As th( Bflpprd rnnp,
had neither part por lot in tho
matter, hp hopes to bo exoucod if he
seeks, to consolo thp ladfl fqr thplr der
feat by pxplalnlng to them tliat t i"
doubtless duo to thP fpot that a man '
only half a man until he gpto a wife
After that ho i t wliolo pnp, and It
sometimes happens that th8 wlfa la tha
Titpy havp water mattors on a solcn
tlfio basis In Beyler County, it mado us
nlmost turn grppn with etvy tq rpad
tltprepqrtof the water commllonoi"
of that country as. puhllehoil in the
lloaper. you pan road there a state
ment of all tl)o wator that has bon
used dqrlng tho irrigatlqq teasoq of
1003 f rqn) whatsourcp it has been taken
and to what cpmpany oy oombnatlop it
has been distr(butp4. It appears from the
report that the irrigators of that scc
tlon havo ptod during tho poriqd repor
ted, ono billion, spvep h"drod nnd
thirty nlnp million, and soven hundred
thousand second feet of water, and of
this quantity twonty plght million
Beyon hundred and twonty thousand
seopnd feet, has boon drawn from their
Ottor Crock llctprrolr. Wo aro not
famllllar with tho situation thero, as
regards thp wator spply( but t up
peara rpasqnahlo to suppose that the
most pf the water that thoy get from
the roservplr would be wastod If It were
not for that improvement, as it would
doubtless pome down at a time whep
they had plenty of water from pther
sources. Jt Is greatly to bo regretted
that wooannot unite our water inter?
ests, and go to work unitedly to savp
this most important of all souroes of
wealth, There can bo no d,oubt that
our water shed fprnlshos sufficient
water to nearly double tho servlco that
wo get from it If we woqld only pom
blno to put It to the best posslblo uso.
In our oaso wo havo not oven got a
measurement of tho water that is taken
out of the creek into tho various dltohes.
We need, soqo ono to load out in those
matters, and wo need n community
that would follow aitoli a loader.
It Is only after having tried to eorve
the publio, and please everybody that
a person bocomes fully consalous of
the wisdom of the scrlptual otatament
"That no man can serve two masters."
The Boripturo in fallowing tho matter
up says In effeat that the unfortunate
mau will cither hate, the ono or tho
other of his masters, this Is not exactly
the way It effects us, tho hating, (per
haps that Is too strong language) corao
in on tho other side of the proposition,
In our caso it Is the mrstors who get
out of sorts with tho servant, when he
tries to serve them all. Wo long since
learned that It was an Impossibility to
please everybody, but like the perpet
ual motion crnuk, w,e aro every now
and again fascinated by tho thought of
what a flno thing It It would be If
It could be done, and find ourselves
trying again at the old task, It Is tho
aim of Thp. Record to treat all pcoplo
right as far as we are able, and when
we fall In this it is owing to our inabil
ity, and not to our lack of Inclination.
It must bo understood howovor that we
do not profess to be running tho paper
on tho prinolplo of "Turning
the other cheek," we only claim to be
mortal, and subject to mortal weakness
and wo naturally feel more Interest In
those who help us by their patronage,
than we do In those who do not. And
we must confess that the more our
friends do for us the nioro we feel like
doing for them, and tho more wo will
do If wo can On the other hand we do
not consider that thoso who do not
help us aro our enemies, and it we had
help to spare after helping our friends
all thoy required, we should be qnlto
willing to help those who do not help
us, but we consider that our duty Is
first to our friends.
Tiieiu? used to be a custom In ancient
times of criticising leading men or rul
ers, after their death, which had a
wholesome influence on them In life,
and which If followed In our day would
at least do no harm, and might in somo
cases bo productive of a considerable
amount of good. In those days how
ever It is tho custom to be blind to the
virtues, and argus eyed to tho faults of
our species during llfo, and to follow
the opposite course aftor death, and
extol thoso whom wo had no good word
for ln,llfc, It Is refreshing to see or hear
tho words of of a man who has sufll
clent originality about him, backod by
tho necessary, moral courage, throw off
the claims of custom, nnd voice his
sentiments an these matters regardless
of the unconveqtionallty of tho act.
Of such material is "Drr A. B. Howard
who turns the light of "Tho Sun" upon
the late "American Csar!' in tin fol
lowing luminous manner, to wit:
Professional Cardp, J
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ATTOItNliV AT LW
IS0TAHY PUULIC . , ,
Puinltijre Dlqck, v Cedar Cy,
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..oiPUfY M. MinkRAV. suftvtfgjj.
Special attention bItck toCrOTafnpimi
Uiidttuue land buslncin, conteynitflliii;
ufld fprnlalilnir Aiwtracu. ProliatT "
Iuam solicited. W417 Alwajra In flk.
1. P. Vox 106, Cedar City, Uif),
J, R, RJCKARDS, I
P urqaon tf qporatloi) evrry Bntirly.
Prornpt AUsntlop to all Mal ()rrir a
onnAij oiiYt utTAir.
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TIN an.J CQI'I'KU Wir,''ralrm1
with pe:tne and illl''cli, unit ni
renaonnlilo terma, 1'or firt)er pf-
ticuiart npply to TfiOS. RSbARY,
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i HOUCHGN & ARTHUR
A Nntntilm l'uljllc, I.aml nnd Mlnltii; A
f Attijriey, F
i PURVEYORS. i
A All Land anilMlnlnicbualiiraal'roimit-A
T ly nttnmlftil to, Llat your K,-.nl Katute V
A ant) JIIililf Property wtl "" i
Notary Publio Always In oftloo.
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f CITY, HAM., Ccdnr Clly, Utah. A
"Since thp deoth of Tomlleod, nothing
but good is bplng said of him, which is
all right, enough, Hut, after all, Tom
Rcod was not an admirable charaeter.
Wo all admired the "dear," but ho
possessed many dlsagrocablo traits. JIo
was not tho big, broad open hearted
man he ought to have boon, considering
his intolleot. Ho was all Intulloot and
had but llttlo haart. JIo was apt to
sulk and refuso to play unless ho could
havo It all his own way. lie resigned
in a huff, from tho speakership. Ho
did not like McKlnely booauee ho was
nominated for the presidency when
Reed was a candidate. Ho was ungra
cious, uncharitable, sarcastic Iconoc
lastic. Reed was an lntclloetual man,
but not an admirable man. Ho preferred
hurting anothor's fellings to doing him
a ltlnduoss. He never entered tho
White house but onco wh!16 ITarrlson
was prcsldont, and but thrco times
while McKinley was in office. The
solo roason was somo imaginary
slight We dq not consider that kind
of a man a very great man nor
a very useful man. At any rate,
he could havo been so much more
useful If he had not been bo pcttlsli
These things nnd true, although It ma;
be In bad tasto to speak of them."
Tho dodlcss Old Man.
Thoro is hardly a sadder spectacle on
earth than that furnished by a godless
and graceless old man, who has lived
In this Christian land perhaps three
quarters of a eeutury, and all of whose
days havo been spent without any ef
fort to lay up for himself a treasure In
heaven. His childhood and youth tvere
thus spent; his manhood nnd middle
age wore thus spent; and now thcro he
Is In old ago, with life on earth almost
gone, and on tho very margin of tlio,
grave, with eternity ju st before, and
with not the first thing yet done In the
wny of preparlug to meet Ood In jud
gment, Death frowns upon him. lie
finds nopleasuro in thinking of the
past, none iu the present, nnd none In
the future. Meditation brings him do
joy; memory and conscience nilord him
no comfort. Ha is without the bless.
Ing of Christian hope when he inot
needs it. The disabilities und pains of
his body makes life a burden to him,
the activities of the business that once
employe d his thoughts he can no lon
ger bear. He must, for sheer uecess't f,
lay down the earthly tasks of life. In a
short timo ho will bo dead, and ho
knows It. Tho Book Dlvlno Is no sou
rce of comtort to him: he is not
sufficiently familiar with it to
be comforted by it, and not In a moral
condition to rccleve Its comforts or be
entitled to them. Alas, for that man!
thore are no prospects beforo him that
sweetly invite his thoughts to the srlrit
world. Tho simple truth Is, he has laid
up for himself no treasure lu heaven.
This ono thing he hus not dono. Many
things ho has done, but this one noror.
Ho may loavo millions to his children,
but thoro are no millions for htm In titu
skies. His whole record on oarth is
wrong, fundamentally and awfully
wrong; and now therq Is, In his feeble
ness and decay nenr tho end of a wast
ed and misspent existence a soro aflllO'
tion to himself and a solemn warning
to every passer-by. Who will envy
him his lot? Who would Imitate his ex
ample? nisllfo lu this world, as 'to
tho great purpose for which It was
given, is slmplo a prodigious failure.
It ends with hope herojiind In eternal
darkness hereafter. The Indepen
dent. ' ' ' "Tjfgr,
M. A. No. 3820.
Notice of Application tq? U. Sf
Patent., Survey No. 49Q5.
p&?s, twND mv( Su Uk C' UH.
Nqtff 0 U hereby jflreit that the IlanU of Com
mtrcf, corporation o! si(J t,akB city .Halt UU6
County, JJuh, by I. W, Wllnon IU duly .lutflP"1'
Ucd awnt and allUrnc fn tnct, l:an 'pittdn aft.
pllcatWii for Umrd StalM patent for the John,
le No, ?, UlleaNirjandr8aniponlo(fB mlnlnif
clalrni, Altnalrd In Stafellne mliilr-r dlatflct.
Iron county, Utah, conklminir of 087.9. 134B.8
and MW.9 fret repetlifply of the lodes and'tar
face irrdund an utiqwri qn the map; beln mlu
eral suftcy No 4D05, and deacrlM In the field
not" and plat of official aurvey 'on file In the
ofii.eflf theKeulsft-rpfthc Utah Land office,
i h magnetic variation oflfi die 45 mln pa,
uh follow: '
llu;l!iilugatcori.9r No. 1 of (lio Johnlq N.
J lode, tlicnce N. fj J!.' 4 mil) at 441.10 fpetto
corner No. J, thenc 8. l dee p mln east 911.50
feet to corner No. , Identical frith comer' No. 4
of Utjca o. J Twl, thenco N, 29 deif 10 njln east
411.40 feet tocdrncr Noj 4 pf ltlca NO. 2,
thenfa south 73 df if 23 min at 817.90ft to corner
No. 6 of Utlpjt No, 2 lode, lifeutlcal with' corner
No. Jof hanipftpn lode, thence K. 23 deir IP tnln
eat 8M.40 ff t to corner No 3 of Samiuon lode,
thence S. ff&g ljmlne.itt 60S feet Ip corner
No 4ofSamron lode, thence 8 23 dee 30 rtlin
W 1439.60 fietmcorner No, J of fiampaon lode,
thtriceN, fcjdeir it mln west 346.60 1 eA tu fior-nerN"-8P'
Sampson lode, thence N.77deg' 15
mn wet SM feet In corner No. 1 of -amnon
lode. Identical with corner Np. 7 of Utlca NA. 2
lode.theribeS. 83 de(f 41 mlA wet 65l!s foci to
corner Mq.B of Utlca No. 2 Idde, thende N. 73 dc
J6mln wet 3IJ0.3 fept to cohpr No. 1 'or Utlca
No, 2 lodi, thence ff. 21 dec 62 mln ilpit 3XS.E
feet o corner No. of Utlca No, 2, lode, Identical
with coiner No.; of Johnle Nil. 3 lode, thence
N, Brtr 26. mm ef 027.8 foet to crHci- No 6 bf
Jolinle No. 2 lodp, thijnee N.Jl'dcif 441Alif eat
124,6 feet tocornpr Nif. I of JolfnV No! 2 lode,
the olaceof bcKln" nrf. CoutMhdiif a total area
Of 44.9W9 acre,epressly exefctttitte .W eiclUd
ie, ImtTBTer, thrrefrotn the areit'of Asia Johule
No 2 "lode Irt conflict wth, Aifkr, Nq.
4V3 Grand trlielqde, 'w.lcli cohfllol amounU
to ,749 acre a,,i exceMlui: 'aroa In conflict
pith turrey No 468 of JiSutito loijc inicndeil,
tvlilch cqnftlct anion utafo 1,447 'acrej, the net
area of Jqhnle No, 2 lode belnp 9.952 acres, and
prely acp)tnir and excludlliir the area of
Utlca Nu. 2. lode r) coumct with surrey No.
tlblof lMcnpde, which conflict amounts to
.183 acn-t, the tqtal net arpa of Utca No. 2 lode
bejuir 14.tM6acrel the total net arpa of BaiAp
aon loda applied for bolnft 17.677 acre". The to
tal net area Wlicli la claimed and npiilled for n
thin application belnir 42.1)15 acrea
Tpfi fixlo line of Jolniln No 2 claim from (be
point of discoTpry boara north 61 drp 23 niu
weat 687.7 feet and south. 61 (ley 28 mln eit
Tlie lode lne qf Utlca No. 3 claim frqm dla
covpry bear north 33 dfffjl mln oast 399.7 feet
and south 83 (Ire 25 mln wjist 847.1 feet,
The hide line of Sampson claim from the
pojnt of discoTpry beara north 23 dey 83 mln
east lOiS fpet and south 26 dec 43 mill west 321.9
feet, and from the poutherly point of K.ild last
named tlftp It bpprp south, 5 (leg- 40 mu wes 123
8ad claims ore located upon unsnrvcyed pub
lic land" which Would be! In T. 82 H. Hs. 19 and
20 W., Baltlakp Merldlai,U the prpsent pya
tern of public land mrvcja were extended.
From corner No. 1 of Johnle No, 3, claim mile
pott Nq. 231 Utah.Nerada State Una beara N. 69
deir 39 mln west 6052,5 fopt. Vtotn corner No.
lot Utlca No.: claim mile post No. 231 Utah
Nevada State line bears N 65 deir 40 mln wett
720S.8 feet. From corner No. 1 of Sampson lode,
mlU ,.,.! Tin 41 TTt n U. II... A U, , a 1 1 ... .-. rm
.N. 70 deu I mln west 7616.7 feet,
ThenotUps of location of said lode claims
aro (if record on the records of tho Mining recor,
drr 'ot Slatetlne Mining District follows:
Johnle No. 2, Boot. A" Page 44. Utlca No. 2,
'Ilook "A", raire 72. Sampson, BoaU HA" l'ace62,
Thp nearest known locations are Johnny lode
amended, surrey No 4168, bounding! Johnle No.
2 on the north and Utlca No. 2 on thp west, Utlca
surrey No. 4169 adjoins Utlca No. 3 claim on thp
north and boumljl rJampnon claim lp part on the
wpat. Also Grand ' rlze, Iiardtlmea and Single
Any and all persons claiming ad, Tersely any
qf the (iround abflrp described and applied, far,
or any part thereof, must file adverse claim
vlthln sixty days prescribed by law or be for
I direct that this notice be published In The
Ikon County Hucond at Cedar, City, Iron
County, Utah, the newspaper published nearest
said claims, for ft period of nlnu consecutive
FRANK D, UOnilS,
Grant II. Smith,
Attorney for Applicant,
(Flm Dec 26, 1902. Last Feb. 27 1903.
THE IRON COUNTY RECORD
and tlie .
YOUNQ PE0PLES WEEKLY
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By bpcclul arrangement wo are en
abled to glyo any ono who deposits
with us 81,25, the Young People's Week
ly, an eight page illustrated pnper,
specially adapted to tho requirements
of the youth, replete with clenn vigor
us instructive reading, and the Iron
County It coord 52 weelts. To nil who
desire tho homo news, and a good
healthy and Interesting paper for- their
families which will assist parents in
keeping their children off the tstrect,
this Combination is ono which they
can well afford to accept.
The all.absorblng topic of the day,
Is best treated by
Subscription $1.00 per year.
THE IRON COUNTY RECORD
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lished in this tho richest
couuty of the Stutc,
Subscription $1.00 per year.
Deposit with us 31. r0 and receive
both papers one year.
IRON COUNTY RECORD.
A Socialist Sunday-School movement,
which has beeu firmly planted In Groat
Britain for somo years. Is described lu
the Boston Congrogationallst. The
headquarters of the movement Is at
Olaugow. In that city thero aro eight
schools, and a half-penny magazine
called Tho Young Soclttllbt Is Issued.
SocialUt Sunday-Schools also exist In
Loudon, Liverpool, Bradford and other
cities. A Llttlo text-book of sixteen
pages hus recently been published, pre
senting the SocialUt doctrines in lan
guage suited to the minds of children.
By thoso publications the children arc
tnught to lutto clerioallsm and ct vital
ism, to strive against the "ovll giants"
of oppression und exploitation, and to
help unite all nationalities and races
ijii the same Impulse of brotherly love.
jflring your job work to Tub Rbooxx
, ipfiiue, fcJatlifaoilon guaranteed,
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UNITED ,Sf ATKS tANU QFFipi?.
Salt take Ct,y, Utah. Dec, 12, 1902.
Wotlce la lterebj glTeii that Rlcljard N,
Wane, p-hoco postqitlca address la PenTer,
Colorado, by Ills acent and attorney In fact,
JAfnes If, White of Sdtt Lake City, Ojali, has
ntitde appcaton (of & jnhe States patent fof
thp Kmma No. J mine lode mlnlpc claim, sltw
atM In Pinto Iron Mlnlnsr OIrlct, Iron tounty
Utah, consUtlnir of ltod linear jeet of said lodo
and sarfacfi cro(ind k shown by the offlclal
plalof survey, belnt-sMrTcy No. 4907 and de
scr bed In the field notes and la. o( the official
sufcVey on file (a this office, with niaentlc Tarl
at)on at 11 ilrir 15 mln to 84 dec 10 mA east as
lljiirlnnlni; nt corner No, 1. a corner of th
cUlm from which the quarter section corner be
tween cctons2 and 30, tp. 36$,, ranifes 14 ard
Upbears S. 61 dear 41 ml.iE 2M.4 feet, and
runnlnir thence 8, 19 Atf-U mln W. 6IV.S feet to
corser No, Zj lhenceN.3de.c6T ruin H, 1500 to
corner No. 3; thence Nt ft fl'ir mln , ei8
f eof to corner No. ', thence S, 3 deff 57 mln W,
150Q feet to corner No. I. tlie place of bftflnnlnr.
survey of outitcln boundaries of the claim, con
talqlnira total area of 20,659 acres, from which
the area of 2.18) lacres "In conflict fh DUck
Dwarf Survey No, 4JQ1 Is epress.ly excepted
and excluded, leaving- a net area of 8.4tjt acres
hereby claimed and qpplled for.
The presumed cuiirw and lenRth of lie cen
ter lne of the vein or lode Is as shown by the
plat of official stirvoy.
Sad limma No. 1 mice lode Is situated in and
forms a portion of section 25, tp 3(i S. R 11 W,,
S. I., Merldan, Utah,, said Irido Ipcallnri irtlnncr
claim belnir of record in thp office of the Countv
Recorder at p,-rowan, In Iipncoiiity, Utah, In
Book "D" paffp 415, record pf said county, The
nearest known locations beinff the Kmma Sur
vey No. 4434, and JMnto and IJtack Dwarf Sur
vey No. 4701 Jqde mlnlnir claims,
1 direct that this notice be published In Tub
Irov County Recoho of Cedar City, Utah, the
newspaper published nearest the said minlnir
calm, for tho period of nine weeks,
VKANK D. IIOpnB,
(Flrat Vec, lg-Tyast Feb. 20. 'W-
M, A no, 35U5,
Application for Patent,
UN1TKP STATES I.AND OPFICH.
Salt I,ake City, Utah. Dec. 2, 1902.
Notice Is hereby iflvett that Duncan J. Frew
whoso post office address Is Salt Lake City,
Utah for and in behalf of himself and -his Co
Claimant Etta A. Thompson whoso postoffice
address Is Clrcleyllle Piute Co, Utah, 1ms made
application for a United States Patent for the
Tarantula Lode nilniue claim situated lu Iron
Spring Mlnlnjf District, Iron County, Utah,
consisting of ljOO linear feet of said Lode and
surface (.'round as shown upon the official plat
of snryey, bclne Survey No. 4908 and described
In the Held notes and plat of the official sur
vey on file In this office, with magnetic varia
tion, at 14desr 00 Mln. ;q 16 dec 65 mln East, as
lleulnnlu? nt corner No. 1, a corner of the
claim, from which the quarter sectoit corner on
south boundry of sectltin 3d Tp 88 S. R 13 W
bears N. 87def OS mln G. 1838 feat, and rannlna
theuce S. 18 deir 20 mln K. 4S2 feet to, corner No.
2. thence S.73 Aeg 35 mln W. 1500 feet to corner
No. 3, thence N. 16deg20mln W. Aid.b feet to
corner No 4, thence N 73 deg 45 mln E. 1500 feet
to corner No 1 the place of beginning survey of
outside boundary lines of the claim, Containing
a total area of 15. 644 acres, from which how
ever, the area of 0.720 of a acre in Conflict with
Desert Mound Lode Lot No 33 Is expressly ex
cepted aud excluded leaving a net area of 14.
974 acres hereby, claimed and applied for.
The presumed length and course of the vein
or Lode la ai shown by the official plat of
Said, Tarantula Lode Claim is. situated In aud
forms a portion each of NWK Section 1, and
NEW Section 2 Tp36 S. Tt. 13 W. S.L.Merdlan
Utah said lode location mining claim being of
record In the office of the County Recorder at
1'arownn in Iron Couuty, Uta.li, in Hook "D"
page 371, records of said county. The nearest
known locations being the Desert Mound Lot
No S3 Lode Mining Claim.
I direct that this notice be published iu the Ikon
County Kbcoid at Cedar City, Utah, the news
paper published nearest the said minlpg claim,
lor the period ofultie weeks,
FRANK D. HOUflS,
R. E. Ross, .
tl-'lrst Dec. 6, Last Eeb. 6.)
STATE LAND NOTICE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 17, 1902.
7b lCAotit it May Cencetnt
Notice Is hereby given that the State ol Utsh
has filed (n this office a list No. 45, of lands se
lected by the said State for the establishment
and maintenance, of State iNormal Schools,
under section 12, of the Act or Congrcif
approved July 18, 1894. The following
tracts, embraced In said list, areln townships
containing mineral claims of record, vlci
TheNKSBWSec. 18, TU.38 8..R. 10 V S,
A copy of said list, so far as it relate to said
tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, hss been
conspicuously posted iu this office for Inspection
by any person Interested, and by the public gen
Within the sixty days next following the date
of this notice Under departmental Instructions
of November 27, 1896, (23 L. D 459,) protests or
contests against the claim of the Stato to any of
the tracts or subdivisions hereinbefore described,
on the ground that the same is more valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purposes, will be
received nnd noted for report to the (leneral
Land Office at Washington, D. C. I'allure to
protest opcontest within the time specified will
be considered sufficient uvldence of the non-mineral
character of the tracts and the (.election
the-eof being otherwise free from objection will
be recommended for approvol.
Qxo. A. Huith,
(First Nov. 2a,-I,ast Jan, 23.)
Fifty, two cent stamps, in or near the
post olllce In this city, the finder will
oblige tho loser by leaying" thom with
I THE MINING REVIEW.
1 1 SALT LAKH OITY. UTAH,
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Ji $2.50 per Year. SUMsntttill, to. 5
r, O.BOX000.. ALT t-AKKOITY J
M. A. Np. 3it. , . Jr'm
Application for Patent, iJL,
UNITJtp STTRS I.ANP pl'flCn, 'SietCJt
p.ll Lake Clly. Utah, ptc 10, 190J, mn vM
V) ' Iteroby gfyen that J, M, Wlcka and. Nrntotivsl
U. T onw ofVeAr' City, Vtab 'have rqada Wl
application for a United itatts patent for ijii vE
Uenelode mining claim, consisting of ttlf.f flCJS
linear feet of the lode and surface ground kl
shown by he plat, being Burvny No, 4920, site. IRf
ated In tlie Iron Rprlugs Mining District, Iron XI
County Utah, anfl described In the plat aud V
field note of survey on Hie In this office, with jfl
magnetic varlfttlqn at 1! drg 43 min tq II deg
mln C as follown, to-wlti H
Cqpimcnclng at cpr No. 1 and running
thence S 76 deg 13 mln W 1248.4 ft to cor No. 2,
thence S B drg SH rain It 6CO 0 ft to cor No. 3,
thence H 65 deg S5 pin K 97.2 ft to cor No. 4, -
thenco N hi deg 7 piln E 678.1 fVto eor No 8,
(hence N 11 deg 6S mln W ". II ip.cor No. 1.
heplacepf beginning, containing n lota.) and U.,'
net are pf 15.2C7 acres, all qf which Is applied "
for", there bolng no conflicts. .
The presumed geptral course cr drectiort of
the velp pr lodp s sbpwn upon the official
,The m sea cor between sees 2 and X, TpJJ a.. H .
R,12V., bears N.7I deg ft mill 88.alt fronj W
CCf Vo. 1 of, saM claim.
ald Claim la of record In the office Qf the Re
cordpr of Iron County at I'arowan,, Vtah, In 1
book "C" At page 410 of lqcatlona . I
The nearest know location s the Black Drd,
Lot No. f7. . 1
1 direct that thli notice be published In tha 1
iRogCovrtrv Uupprb at Cedar CHy. Vuhi 'h 1
uewspsper published nearest the said mlnina. I.
clatit, for ne period of nine weeks 1
frahk p, noma, l-
. Register. B
L, H. Gray Lsnor.v C, ah-hy, Alfya. '
(First Dec. 19,-Last I'eb. 20.) I
1 ' . i ' ' ' B
M. A. No, 3613. I
Application for Patent. I
UNITED STATUS LAND OFFICE, I
$alt Lake Clly, Utah, Drc. 12 I90X I-
wNi.t,ca.,s U.Vcbr,,rlTt?. thal PIcrd M I
Walt? i whose 1'oatoffice address Is Denver Colo. 1
??dfe?f. ',l8.iF,'Va?'1 nrn5 t fact, JarnM
U. White of Salt Lake City Utah. Uas made I
application for a United Plates Patent for the,
Wellington No. 1 Lode mining claim situated
l?.1!"10 ,r.on. Nlnlotr District, Iron Conuty,
UUb, consisting of HOI 4 linear feet of said lode
and surface ground as sbpwn by official pla
.'UIT?7 bin"r Suney No. 4908 and described In
o,iflt', uoin ndpIof offiolal aurvey on
file In this office, with niagnetlc varlatiou at 14
deg to mln to 18 deg 20 mln East as follows:
ileglning at corner No 1, a corner of the claim
from welch the quarter section Corner on Voutlt
boundry line of section 19 Tp. 86. 8. R. 13 W.
bears N I 23 dag 82 rain E 504.1 feet anc rpnnlng
thence N.71 deg 47 mln E. 676 feet to corner No.
2. thence S. 3 deg 02 mln W 1392.6 leet td corner
No. 3, ticnce ri.71 deg 47 min W. COO feet to cor
ner No. 4, thence N.3 dog 57 mln E.1401,4 feet to
Corner No. 1 the place of beglulng Survey of
outside boundaries .of the ClaFm, Containing a
'S'SL!"? gf H.519 acres trom v.hlch the area
?'i. .? "'.N" r '1 .Conflict wfth Mouotalt,
excepted and excluded leaving a net area of
17P acrcs "ereby qiauned and applied for,
The presumed Course and length of the vein -
or LoJe is as shown upon the official plat of M
Said Wellington No. l'.Lode Is located In and
forms a portion of Seclloa 30Tp.3 B. R.13. W,
Salt Lake Merldlau, Utah, said lode location
mining claim being of record in theofflce of tha H
County Recorder at Parowan in Iron County,
Utah, in Book D,of Mining Notices Page 418
f?.rid .1 7al'1..Co.u.nt'- The nearest known
cations hclngthe Mountain Lion No. 1 Survey
No 4266 and elllngtou Survey Ka 4701 Lod
I direct that this notice te published In Tan
Iko County Recokd at Cetftr City, UUh. thn
newspaper published nearest the said mln,
lng claim, (pr thP period of nine w eeks.
frank d. nonus,
R. E. ifOSS,
(First Dec, l,.ia02,-LstFeb. 20, 1001.)
. No. 629S '
NOTicis ron I'Unr.io.vnox. I
DRrASTMEDTor TUB IltTKXIOX. H
iunni 0fpc at Satt LilUe 'll" Duh NoT-2a. I
Notice Is hereby g Iventhat thefollowlnc.Banu I
ed settler has filed notfc of his Intention lo
iS!66.11 P'"?' I.1! J ""PPO't o( his claim, and
that said proof will he made before the County
Clerk ollroaCo., Utah, st 1'ar.cXvan. Utah, on
January the 9th, 1902, Vhf rf '
Oeorge W, Ducker H. E.12102 for the Nl I
SWK aud 8 NW'i" Sec. 4 tip. ats R9W SLJM.
lie names the following. wltnEsnrs to prove I
his continuous residence monraud cultivation
of said land, viz: -
Herman D. navies, (Jeorgii Jfeap, Manna I
Johnson, J, O, Decker all, of Partwan Utah. H
(Flrwt Dec, Sth.-HtLaat Jan. 9th.)
Oregon Short line Rail Road, I
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niroot; Liino to Hiilt Lnko
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Suit Litko City, Utah.
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