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H itr.t at the Poctofllee at Cedar City, Utah,
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.- iUBaCRIPTION$I.QO PER YEAR.
" " T 3RANCH AQENC1ES.
H' '- , &' undersigned art ear duly r.ttthortlcd
t Pirowan Johh T, Mttchellt
B - fcadafrt-Wlli C. RobvcS.
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B Friday, Jarl, 10, ld03
sBJSJH B "Villi' ' '
H JUDIOIAL CALARIES,
H 'ctd.fdaclinff tho message. f Governor
H Wejl .to the Legislator) wo notice thnt
H t kit ijxcolicifoy has Hoi fofotton tb
H spab a good word foe the Judlclnryi
H klong flnanclal lines. He seems tb think
B Ihat the, prices pa(3 for judicial services
khould'bo regulated not so muc) by the
H Tltrt 6 thd labor, .or its market firlciiT
na by tho ability of tho employer to
H hay. It la just possible tliat ii tho Cover-
H hoVVhs' employing a lawyer, Knd the
H p'lcit o'i the legal fraternity in his
H nei&h'tJorhood waS obtainable for one
H -thousand dollars his hondr would not
El IT D lll 'n?n Btty tTcntlUmcii tlmt sum
PT"s li too small, you ought to have at least
H two thousand dollars, afa'd I sboU'lnslst
H on paying you that sum because I am
H able to do so. Thd recent election for
B , jUte. of the supromo court, has shown
""' that therd Is nb-lack bf candidates at
B , illo present prices, which goodness
H knows are now too hlgl in comparison
H, with' the compensation which other
B -jfypjd get for their1 labors, and it dp-
H pears the hlght of absurdity to, increase
m thd'payof these sinecures. Tljo men
H, whose brain andlrawn, especially the
Kw latter1 create the property from which
B , the revenues n,ro dprlved aro lb matay
B instances compellecl to work for two
BmV o'r three hundred dollars per year, and
Bmfl be kurject in the labor market to the
Bmj great law of' supply and demand, why
Bmf should.theso ijoHanrtp jobs be any ex-
H ceptl'on t9ttbo. ruje.
BmJ , When the supply of judicial' timber
BmS. , becomes so ecaroe, that suitublo mater'
Vfl jal cannot, bo obtained at the presort
M prices, it wJU be timq enough to pay
SW hlgbdr salaries, but until, then U
mV petms to ,bd foflj to , incremo
BmV ' thelrj compensation. ,It may. bd con-
mj: tended ihat this condition has been
VMV fPcAfcd 0Qt nts- Excellency does not
BmF' ?Ve .ts contention in bjs iressage, ff
BSJ Wt.lhtlmatea thai those who have voc II
Bmf cted fthese' pfQcea, heretotorn were 11
Bm. nxeaBub,wcrtacVgHi'Ufn4ulvda for
B,' the.publld Jrdod in consiairatjdh onno
V " Inabl'flty b'f tie public to pay a Higher
H prlee. .To tho gentlemen who hayo
' m'add this sacrifice, anil in nearly every
K. caso hike been willing td continue the
H flte,lf theydoUld get tho chance, it
BL m t, no fioubtibo a great Satisfaction to
" Uarri that the borernor tat ledH np-
-predates their patriotism. . And we
B suggest that in view of tlw urgent need
H of the 8taW forJW revenues In other
mf ' dlregtions where the poverty of the
H iw'orkers' is greater and the patriotism
H liflesd doTelbpeld in coUsciueiice.it would
H be awlselanJolCjt these functional
H its fltllihava tije chance to do the work
H A on the old terms of part cash dnd part
H patriotism, Especially when, as in thd
H p'reseiit instance, tho cash.jmrt is a full
H equWalerit of tlie service rcdulred.
H'' CoMPtAiiiTp r6ach us that the city
H "brdlhauces are in aU unfinished bondl-
H ilon, and that. oWlng to this fact
ml. the, people are being deprived of much
! 'ueede'd protection In certain Important
B a respects, It 1b certainly the duty of
L. -v" (jtir city fathers to see JIM this, defect
H: ' 'M remedied Immediately. Pedple who
H lay taxes do not do so for fun, but for
H 'the hfcneflta to bo derived, anil they
H certajnly shbuld h'ave thorn. There is
B s. lawless elemctit In eyery community
, ' that is evet ready to tale advdntSgd of
I liny oversight or neglect, (o j.ramp.lo'on
BHn tho rights bf their 'fellow citizens.
A -rom tills class It is the duty of. the
-t " 'city officials tb protect the community.
H jjet tis hart) the laws pat !h proper
K ) ihapS lmrfedlately.
JL The Socialists' amoiitf the "Nephltes"
iH a're a wldd.awaUe set of people, aud It
Kr '''' j evldehfthat. their fellow townsmen
BV v :kre not so much afraid of ihelr leav?n
JBH I (u s trie ease ifa this .part of thd cotin-
B I xty liero lti sorad quarters it Ik, Up
BB J lawful to mehtton them. Thd Nephl
P socialist hare offered a prlio td the
HF fltudb'nU of thd higli' school for the
H 'best'jisaay on government ownership
' "of Railway and Coal mines, and one of
B, -'the- professors has iconssnted td bo a
' -memhei of a Committee bl thrdb to
H iwar'd the prise. , The decision is to
A -'.fee rendered da thi ?3r,d ins't arid a
K 0 . opeclal prbgram Has heoh nfranged for
H thJ occasion which iA to be used for the
H faresentatiou of the. Une of fcoelal-
BBM i rlsai.
' ' ' i ' '
IBA ' pHoJlsssoH U. Claud Lewis aollv-drcd
tt' imbof his ibterestirig. and Instructive
B -iee'tUM In ihls 'city last tidnday night
.- ''iithdt'alidfiJftclc! udde'r the ausrllces
H ; 'o-f ub v. & m. . on ,.ho 2a
LfsH bitAr'ollfe.O tho speaker- dWelt
, ' i&aJi8i width bdsil the
dB Wtli'4'the youth, showlfag .in strong
sH 'late thMtU o! WfapttX, fffe
LH TlfIk-'drunkenessftnd'-the tobaded
AUDITOR'S FINANCIAL BEPBUT;
Of Cedar City Corporation for the year" end
""" ing December 31, 19021
Beiourets Jan. 1, 100. I'J' riabllltlen Jan. J, 100i.
YoReintaW, MS37 iy Dili payabl ,..,., 600 00
0 BUI KecelTaM 16 by Warrants l'ajable,.u,. MS M 14M 8S
To Sexton 903 Jly DliburiomenU pen nccouttt.
ToJmtlee, i...i 00 DrFoandkeeperacc't.canceird 14 40
ToFoundkecpcr.. i.i. H 49 By BUI Receivable cancelled. 2S 00
To Mdic.nW.i ..iJ.'. II c.'-SM By Fines paid In labor as '
Xo Cash n..,..'.. ... IIP It . tlMUj ptr Justice Report. W QQ BS 40
itccelplf.' lly Disbursement fei? warrants Itsueil.
TotUenses i ' By Justice Salary ,M-" MM
To Fines , "150 ' By CottnelHees....; ......... IOU
To Lea.e' ; By KeW.lnir Ordinaries 100 00
foE.'ireypouu i S3 'H By Attorney Bala ry. .'...;,... 87 5d
ToCemetery'., 3 00 ny Indigent poor MM
TO fatty Taic. (waterl SS3 37 By lutereiton account!,....... 11 07
ToCltyTax0neral)....l, ISM 01 ' By tejal nertlcti.......!,,.. 4 00
To City Takes 01 160 By Trraarer Baittry,.,,.. 100 00
ToCotouT'aSalcal802.,... J 1 .. lly Stattonelry-.,, : ,r.:, S3 8i
ToBlll ReceUable 00 Ml 07 Uy City 1'rHon -.,w 7110
ToWarrantWbytre..! SfiTT SSSSZ;. S I.
To Our note Cancelled 400 00 XM SI MatlU, 17aM
ToJJalallce t.. Dy Mayor...... 40 0d - -.
Iilabltltle bee. 31, 1901. ...... j)r Water ikster 430 43
ToOurnolelaroGed. Wood 20000 By Snperrlnor 73 3J
ToWarrauUpayAble.', '.'.. Idl8 IB nift-U y CgnimUee work 63 9J
By Uepty Martball, SO 00
by fJcdlnir I'rUohera 7 53
Jly July ConiniltcB...ih.....; ' 23 00
lly Interest.'.. GO 00
, liy Qrotmtrccti... ...,;; 190 10
, ' by Special DctectWe 200 00
By Kinging Curfew 86 0&
vi - , By apcclal justice..,.'. , 4 00
- .' ,'..' By Map 1.,..',.,?. ys'2S
By Mlacellaneona ......V, 40 25
,, . ., liy Water Byaim '...'...J... 450
. Byn.otUealtH '..". i... ..'.'. 77 5J
, '. lly Kecords , 130 20
By LatoConilltclici,'.tii 1135 '
By City Matiliafl ,.l( 800 00 2995 H
' By Warrants red'rW Contra, 2BQ2 81 2802 81
. Ily'BiiUnce lUinurren beo. SI. 100.
ByX&lEAkte, ,.Ail 3018 37 V-
ny t'i'ty Bufldtugs & groiinds 2000 00
' Bylillts Kecolrable 214 IS
. . Byastlceof Peace. .i.r.... 12 50
ByTaxSales,. 1002 l6 71
ByvWaterTaies 1902 106 20
v IJj'Senton i. ,...'.'.....!. 9 00
" ' By Cash..., 126 12 5724 66
' 13014 88 . 13014 6
city of Cedar, I,. ... T,. . ,- -
County of Iron. (." v." .
I Robert ..jjleyborne, Andltor.of Cedar City, 'do liereb'r. certify that the above report
Is a true and correct sfatement of the financial condition of Cedar Clfy, Corporation for theyear!
ending Dec. Slst 1902. '
H. W. IIEYBORNE,'
''''"" " Auditor.
We tlie nndenlgned CctntiiUtee eereby certify that we liars examined the fore gotutf Report
of the City Auditor for the year, l802,andflnd ttiesame tobecorrect. t
WILtlAM HOtfcUEN 1 j-. . ..-
SAMUEL T,T.EI0n,Cpm. Bn Finances.
MYKON D. itjfiUEK.'
DANiEL T. LEIOH & SfcN
. . Proprietors,
Nice fresh Boot or Mutton ovorj j
weekday. IJrcsh Vegetables
Out of town orders solicited. 11
jealouSy, and Idndredj emotions, and
wound up by a strong plea for. virtue,
temperance, bnd Industry.
lie -was listened to with undivided
interest, aud nothing but the saered
character of thefday and the placb,
prevented him from reoieying a hearty
round of applause at the conclusion.
All kinds of reports ure in circulation
in relation to thd Smallpox
situation at Sallna. but the "Sun"
which is cVtahily the best authority,
says that tho total number of caaes does
not exceed as, and that 9 of these are in
The peculiar, cough which indicates
croup, is usually welt known to tho
mother's, bt crdupy children. Nb time
should be lost In the treatment of It,
and for this purpose no medicine has
relieved, rddre universal approval than
Chdmbe'rlaln'a Cough Kcmedy, Do not
waste Valuable time Jh experimenting
with untried remedies, ho matter how
highly they may bd recommonlled, but
give this medicine as directed and al
symptom of cr"oup will quickly dlsapl
For sale by All Druggists. . - -
This is easier said than done; yet it
may be of. some help to consider the
matter. If the cause tsoineth.fng over
which you huyt no control It is oovioils
that wcrtryjng wlllriot,help thd .taattfer'
in tho least. On tho other hand, If
within your control you have, only to
act. When you, have a cold and feat? an
attack bf pneumonia, buy tv bottle of
Chamberlain's CoUgh Remedy and uso
It judiciously and ail caUse, for worry
as to tile oUtcoino Vlll lufcU!y disap
pear. There In no danger of pneumon
ia when it Is used.
For talB by All Druggists. ;
Avery Pleasant Party.
Th members of tho Old ljrass liand
met at tho rewldeBco of on? of their
number, Mr. George B. Terry, at.
o'clock p. W. Wedhcsday the Slst iiis't,
where Wy partook oi,a choice repast,
and snout abbut two hpilrs in singing,
reciting nhU social enjoyment aftut;
which they gavti a free danrJti to thd
wholo of the married por,tdn of the
community; while Uanclhg wns Ue
prlticlpq,lv(eturO of tho program, tho
Blnglrig of Jilessrs, Samucliiintl. Charles
Johesj Jir. and Mrs. .Daniel Mathdsbn
aull tho rcdttatlbn o Mlis Annie E.
Sponccn; werD poinllar features of the
occasion. The lllshop-wasrcsent and
adde,. to...the intercK bjr a. sjjltabjii
speech. ..Altogcher nn 'exceedingly
.pleasant and enjoyable time was had.
irProfessionit Cards. 1
I E. H. RYAN, 1
ATTORrMBV AT, LAW
Furnlturd Block, - Cedar City. (
maviusw ir. D4LTJ5Y
X.AWlr ATTOtlNBV il AjiaTH AOTOIt.
..OCPUTY U. S. MINERAL SURVEYOR..
Siieclal attention glren to Ooycrnnient
and State find business, conTcyanciilg
a nil furnishing Abstracts. I'robate bus
iness solicited. Notary always In office.
P. d. llox 106, Cedar City, Utah.
J. R. R'lCKARDSj
t. ' , 1 1 , "'7- 1,.. i
fnrhaOs In nporntlnn erery Ruturlny.
rrouipt Attention to all Malt Order s
CEDAR OITV, lTAIt.
v OIpc, Bicjcle?, :
TIN Hml (lOI'l'l-R Ware, repalreil
with neatness and dispatch, and n
reasonable terms. 1'or further par
ticulars npi.ly to JHOS. ESSARV.
iWrn. Uoucheu J. U. Arthur i
4t HOUCHON & ARTHUR I
A .i,'otirle,; I'tilllc, Luuil nnil Mining j
7 AttorheJ'i. Y
A 01 intrstntt f- 2
!A11 T.nnd amlMlnlli;uulnMromtit-i
ly, ntteiuled to, List your HvHl Kstnte f
tl(l Mlillilir l'ropert; with us. A
Notary l'ubllo Alwu) s In oTlce.
Oillce In r
CITY', HAtl, Cedar Cliy, Utah. i,
DR E. SMITH
a DENTIST e
Is how permanently Jocated in Cedar
I City, prepared td do all cl&iAta of
Dentistry, Work, of the County
and surrounding districts sbllolUd,
CEDAR CITY. - - . UTAlT.
A Most Fiital Olft. 4
W.ould bo tho power of foreiSblng
evifnts. Tins would destroy lippe" A
kntfwledce of Ihe fttliirb would tinmoke
happiness. There j6i;e, of course, some
Uilogs about the futhrp we do Know,
If, tor Instance, a lack pt oncrgyi am
bition and load of appetite, 'hows itself
woMinow it will Uq fol5wja by serious
uoinplalnts if not checked. Ofteu ilver
4Hd kidney trouble follow quickly, lu
any event, Clectrlo 'Jitters; will restore
yc-u to health. It Strengthens, hullda
up'hnd ijlvlgprates rtjnddWn systeinsJ
'Only 50c. Sattsfa'cttoti" guaranteed by
J. H. McDonald Druggist.
" M. A.Kcstto.
Notice of Ajiplicaticm for U. S.
Patent., Survey No. 4905.'
V. B LAND orriCB, Salt Itko City, Utah,
T)c. 1?, WS,
Notice Is hereby irlren that tho Bank of Com
mercc.a corporation of Halt Ike ctty.Salt Lake
County, Hub, by 15. W. Wilton its duly author
lied agent and attorney- In, fact, has made ap
plication for United States patent for the JoHn
e No. 2, UtlcaNo. Zand Sampson lode mining
claims, sltnated In Statellne mlnluir district,
iron county, Utah, consisting' of ttlfi, 12-18.8
aud UiS.9 feet respectlrely ot the lodes and sur
face ground as shown on the map) being min
eral surrey No.,4903, , and described In the field
notu and plat of official surrey on file in the
office of the Register of tho Utah Land office,
with magneUc rarlatlon of 18 Aeg 45 rain ast,
as follows! ..... . . . a.
rjcglnnlngatcornerNo.ini the Johnlc No.
2 lode, thence N. 40 deg 4 min east 443.10 feet to
corner No. 2, thence 6. tldeg4ln east 8 if. SO
feet to corner No. 8, Identical with corner No, 4
of Uttca No. lode, thence N, 79 deg )6 mln cast
411.40 feet to corner No. S of Utlca No. 2,
thence south 73 deg 28 mln east 617.90ft to corder
No. A of Utlca No. 2 lode, Identical n lth enrner
No. 2of bampson lode, thence N. 88 deg 51 mln
east 820.40 feet to corner No. 3 bf Sampson lode,
thence S. 77 deg 13 tn in east 605 feet to corner
Ko 4 of Sampson lode, thence S 23 deg 30 mln
W. 1429.S0 feet to corner No. t of Sampson lode,
iliencoN, deg 48 mln wests is;bo feet to cor
ner No. tbf Sampson lode, thence N. 77 deg IS
mln west 800 feet to corner No. 1 of Sampson
lode, Identlcal-wlth corner No. 7 of Utlca Ho. 2
lode, thence 8. S3 deg 41 mln west 5J1.8 feet to
corner Nd. 8of Utlca No. 2 lode, thence N. 73 deg
sjmln west 300.3 feet to corner No. 1 of Utlca
No. 2 lods, thence N. 21 dcK 62 mln wS 323.S
feet to corilerNo. 2 of Utlca Np. 2, lode. Idenflcal
with cower No. Sof JohnleNo. 2 lode, thence
N. $1 deg 20- nit n west W7.8 feet to corner No 6 of
JohnleNo. 2 lode, thence N, 31 deg 44 mln east
121 6 fret to corner o. lof.Johmo No. 2 lode,
the placeof bcglnn,lrUf. Containing a total are.-!
of 41.909 acres, expressly excepting and exclnd
Inir, however, therefrom the area of said 'Jolinle
No. 2 lode In -u)nfllet. wjtli, lurvjt No.
4353brandffUe lode, which tonfllct amqunts
lp .749 acres a.sb excepting area In conillct
wlUisurTey No 4163 of Johula lode amended,
which conflict nmoilhls to 1.447 acres, tho net
arcd of Johme Nn. 2 lodo being 9.052 acres, and
expressly excepting and excluding the area of
Utlca No. 2 lode lu conflict with surrey No.
4189 of Ullca lode, which conflict amounts to
.183 acres, the total net arj-a ot Utlca NO. 2 lode
belug 14.806 acres 1 the total net area of Samp
son lode applied for being 17.677 acres. The to
tal net area which l Claimed apd applied for In 1
this application being 42.62S acres. ,
TtieJiKlellrtSof Johnle No Jtlalmfrom the
point of discovery bears northi 01 deg 23 mid
west 687.7 feet aud south 61 deg 23 pun cast
The lode line of Utlca No. 8. claim from dis
covery bears iiorlh 83 deg 4Miiln east 399,7 feet
nnitymlli S3 deg 23 mln wcs 8n.l feet. ,
The lode line of Sampsom claim from the
polntof dlf covery bears north 23 deg 33 mln
east 1056 feet and south 26 di'g A3 mln west 321.0
fect.and from the southerly yolnt of said last
named line It bears south 35 deg 40 hiln west 123
fect . . j! . 1 .
Mid claims are Ideated upon nnsurveyed pub
lic lands which would be In T. 32 S. Ks. 19 and
20 W.i Salt Lake Meridian, If the present sys
t.m of ouUllc land surveys were extended.
From corner No. lot Johnle No3 claim mile
post No. 231 Utah-Nevada State lino bears N. 69 '
deg39nilnwest6052.S feet. From corner No. ;
1 of Utlca No.Hclalm.mlle post Np. 231 Utah- ;
Nevada State line bearStN 65 deg 49 mln west
7203.8 feot. From corner No. lorfiamrusun lode,
mile post No. 231 Utah-Nevada State line bears
N. 70 deg 5 mln west 7616.7 feet,
The notices of location of said lode, claims
are of record on the records of tho. Mining recor
der of Statellne Mining District as follows:
Johnle No. 2, Book "A" Page 44, UtlcaNo. 2.'
Book "A", Page 72, BampjMflt Book MAU page 62.
The nearest knowh locations ate Johnny lode
amended, survey No 4168, "bounding Johnle No.
2 on the notth and Utlca No, 2 outheAvest, Utlca
survey No.416?,adJolris Utlfcs No.,3. claim on the
north arid bouddSampson clalntln part on the
w est. Also Grand 1'rUe, llardtlmea p.nd Single
Any aud all persons claiming adversely any
of the ground above described and applied for,
or any part thereof.. Diiist file adverse claim
within sixty tfayeilresctibed" by law or bo for
ejver barred.. '.. ...... m
1 direct that thta notice be published In The
Ikox CdifHTV KBCOKDat Cedar City, Iron
County.'Utah, tho newspaper pnbllsherl nearest
kaliLqlalras, Jori-a, ptlol 0' "e Conseciltlve
Attorney lor Applicant.
(First Dec 26, 1902. Iast Feb. 27 9Q3.
,' M. A. No, 631.
UNITBD STATUS UANTJ OFFICE,
Salt iake City, Utah, Jari; 17( I933v
Noelce Is hereby given that Daule' R. Page
whose Post office address is Cedar City Utan,
for and in behalf of himself and Co Claimants
Robert K. PageoM'aonla, Delta County. Cpl
orado, has made application for a UultedS'ates
Patent for the Speckled Trout Lode mining
claim situate in Pinto Iron Mining District
Iron County, Utah, consisting qt 1477-6 linear
feet of the iodb and surface ground as shown by
the approved plat of Survey, being Survey No.
4986 and described In the field notes and plat of
the official survey on file in this office, with
maguetc variation at 13 deg 60 iiiln to 16 deg 20
mln east, as follows!
Beginning at Corner No. 1 a Corner of the
Claim, from which the quarter Section Corner
between Sections 19 and dJTp 36 S. K. 13 W.
bears N. 86 deg 23 mln E 2032.2 feet distant, anC
running thehce 8, 71 deg 61 mln W."535 feet to
Corner No. 2J thence Nil deg 09 mln W. 1453 6
feet to corner No. 3, thence N. 71 deg 61 mln K.
611 feet to Comer No. 4, thence 8. I deg 40 mln
W. 1477.6 feet to Corner Nd 1 the place, df begin
ning containing a total and net area" of 18 215
acres all of which js hereby claimed and ap
plied for, their being no conflicts.
The presumed course and length ot the Vein
or lode ln is as ebown.by (he approved plat of
Sala Lode clnlnlls Situated In. and fornis a
portion of Section 19 TPfM 8. R. 13 W. StiMer
dlan, Utah said Speckled Trout lode location
mining claim being of record in the office ot
theConnty Iiecordurat Parowan In Iron Coun
ty, Utah. In book "C" of Mining Location
Notices at page 364 records of sad county. The
nearest known locations being the Blue Jay
Mine, Homo Stake Mine and Sllverile Mine
Lode Mlnlnp claims Survey No. 4077.
Idlrect that this nptlce be published In. the
' laou CofcNTY RBceau, a weekly newspaper
1 publlskedat Cedar Cltr, Utah, for a period of
Sins weeks. FRANK D. IIOBBS,
R. E. ROSS,
(first Jan. 23,.-La4t March 27.)
,t . . M. A. No. Ml?:,
Application for Patent.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFlCK,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Dee. 12, 190L
Notice f hereby given that Richard !.
Wallc whose, toto:tlcc address Is Denver,
Coloradtf, by his agent and attorney In fact,
James II. White J Salt Lake Cily, Utah, his
made application fdr a Utilted States patent for
the Knlnla No.l mine lode mining claim, situ
ated in PlntoJron Mining District, Iron county
Utah, consisting of 1500 linear feet of said lode
and surfaco ground as shown by the official
plat of sttrvey. Wing survey No. 4V07 and de
scribed, lu the field notes aiid plat pf ie bfllclal
survey oil Qt In this office, with magnetic varl
atlonat jl deg 15 win to 04 deg 10 mill east as-
Ueglnnliitf At corner Np. 1, a ,corner of the
claim f rotu which lliequarter section corner be
tween sectlns26 and 30, tp. 86 S, ranges, 14 and
13W bears fl. H deg 48 mln E 253,4 fttel, and
running theuce S79 deg 24 mlrt W, 819.8 feet to
corner Not j thence N.JJfg 67 mln W. 1500 to
corner No. 3l theuce Ni7 deg 24 mln It. 619.8
feet to corner-No. 4;thenc6.S, 3 deg 57 a in W.
1600 feet to corner Hyi 1, the place of beglinlng
survey of outside boundaries of the claim, con
taining q totararea of 20,65 ) acres, from which
ihsarelbf 2.196 lacrrs. in. conflict with, lllack
Dwarf survey No. 4701 U expressly excepted
and eicludedMeavlng a net area of 18.451 acres
hereby claimed and applied for. .
Tbiesuntedcourseand length of the ten'
terllneof thevelaprlodels asshowd by the
plat of official survey. '1
Said Hmm No. 1 mine lode Is situated Id aud
forms . portlon,of sectiou 28, tp 86 S. R 14, W.,
S. L. Mkrldao, Utah., said lode location mining
claim being bf record mtheofflceot the C04tT
Recorder at Paroan, In lion county, lUtah, In
Dook D'' page 415i records of sxld cotuily. The
nrafeatUnown location! being tha. Enlma ur
5ey No. 443;nnd Pinto and Clack Dsrarf Bur..
vey No..470l lode mining clalnjj, 4 ,
I direct that this potlC be published In Tills
IkoW COUwrv.RBi-'jKn of Cedar City, Utah, Jhs
newspaper published nearest the kald mining
Calm, &tK MfaoBBS, ,
1 . ' Register.
' Claimant's attorney.
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STATE LAND NOTICE.
UNITBD STATES LAND OFFICE.
Sdtt Cake City, Utah, Nov. 17, lOtt.
7b Vhom it May Concern:
Notice Is hereby given that the State ol Utah
has filed In this office a list No. 45of lands se
lected by the s(d State for the establishment
and maintenance of Stale Normal Schools,
under section 12, of the Act of Congress
approved July l8, 1894. The following
tracts, embraced In said list, are In townships
containing mineral claims of record, vis 1
The Ntf SKil Sec. 18, Tp. 36 S., K. 10 W H
A copy ol said list, so far as i' relates to said
tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, hss been
conspicuously posted in this office for Inspection
by any person Interested, and by the public gen
Within the sixty days next following the datei
of this" notice under departmental Instructions
of November 27. 1896. (23 L. D,. 459.) protests or
contests against tile claim of tbftStato to any of
llioUact or subdivisions hereinbefore described,
on the ground that,the same it mora valuable for
mineral than for agricultural purpoicB, will to
received and noted for report . tn the General
Land Office at Washington, ,D.C. Falliiro X6
protest or contest within the time specified will
be considered sufficient evidence of the non-rain'
eral.character of the tracts nfld the selection
thereof being otherwise free f C6m objection w"l
be Recommended lor approvol, V
. Ceo. A Smito,
, t Receiver.
(First Noy. 23,--Last Jan. 83.)
M. -A. No3603.
Application for Patent.
UNITBD "STATUS LAND OFl'ICR.
Salt Lake City Utah. Dec. 2, 1002.
, Notice Is hereVy given that Duncan J. Frew
Wioso post office address is Salt Lake .City.
Utah for and In behalf of himself and his Co
Clalnfant Kira" A. Thompson whose postoffice
address Is Clrclevllle Pluto Co, Utah, has made
appllc atlort for a United States Patent for the
Tarantula Lode mining claim situated In Iron
Sprints Mining District, Iron County,. Utah,
consisting of I5OO linear feet of said Lode and
surface ground as shown upon the, official plat
pf snrvoy. bejug Suney No. 4908 aud described
In the field notes and plat of the official sur
vey on file In this office, with magnetic varia
tion at 14deg 00 Mln, to 16 deg 65 min East, as
follows!. f - . . -i.,.
Beginning at corner No. 1, a corner of tho
claim from which tho quarter secton corner on
south boundry of section 38 Tp 85 8. R 13 W.
bears N. 87deg 06 mln E. 1838 feet, and running
thence S. 16 deg 20 piln E, 452 test to corner No.
2. thence 8.78 deg 85 mln W. 1500 feet to corner
No. 3, thence N. 16deg20 mln W. 436.6 feet to
corner No 4, thence N 73 deg 45 mln E. 1500 feet
to corner No t the place of beginning survey of
ontslde boundary flnea of the claim, Containing
a total area ot 15. 64t acres, from which how
ever, the area of 0.720 of a acre In Coirf " with
Desert Mound Lode Lot No 33 is expressly ex
cepted and Excluded leaving a net area ol 14.
821 acres hereby claimed ar.d applied for.
The presumed length anfl course of the vein
orXfldeiirrita shown by Alto -official tlt o
" 'HnwMLridiJalnt Is situated pi and
Utah said lode" location mining claim being of
record In the office of the County Recorder at
Parowan in'Iron County, Utah, in Book "D'1
page 871, records of sad county. The nearest
known locations being the Desert Mound Lot
No 83 Lode Mining Claim.
I direct thst this notice be published In the Iron
County Racoab at Cedar City, Utah, the news
paper published nearest (he said mining claim,
for the period of nine weeks.
FRANK D. HODHS,
R. E. 'Rolisi
(First Pec. 6, Laat Eel, 6,)
Notice No. 3634.
Application for Patent.
ONITRD STATUS LAND OFFICK.
, Salt Lai?e City, Utah, Jan! 31, 1903.
Notice It hereby given that Daniel R. Page
whose Post Office address la Cedar City, Utah,
for and In behalf of himself and his Co-Claimant
Robert R. Page of Faoula, Delta County,
Colorado, has made application for a United
States Patent foe the Jlorao btake Mine, Blue
Jay Mine, Yellow Jacket Mine and Sllverlte
M Itle Itxle consolidated mining claims situated Id
Pinto Iron Mining District, Iron County, UtaH,
consisting of 1319. 1317.7. 1600 and 1326 linear feet
n.spr ctively of said lodes and rurface ground as
shown by the plat of official snrvey.,belng sur
vey No. 4977 and decrlbed In the field notes and
plat of the official survey on file let this office,
with magnetic variation at 11 deg 60 mln to
19 deg 10 mln East, as follows!
Beginning at corner No. 1 of Home Stake
Mine which Is Identical with corner No. U of
Blue Jay Mine of this survey and from which
common and identical corner the 8E1 corner of
Sec, 19 Tp. 36 S. R. 13 W. bears 8. 65 deg 69 mlrt
Et2HT71leet distant, aud tunning thence S. 83
drg 63 rhln E. 1500 feet to corner No. 1 of Yellow
Jacket Mine thence 5. 71 deg 51 mla W. 600 feet
tocdrnerNo. 2 of said claim, thence N. 23 deg
63 mln W.lfOO feet tb cornet No. 8. of ssld claim,
theme S.7I dcg51 mln W, tOO feet to corner No.
2. of Silvurlto Mine, thence N. 11 deg 20 mln W.
1321 feet to corner. No. 3 of said claim, thenco
N. 71 deg 61 mlu E. 1017 feet to corper No. 4 of
Blrie Jay Mine, thence, S. 16 deg 43 mln If,
1317 feet to corner No lof sa,d claim, theuce S.
7tdegM.mlu W.C0U feet to corner No. 1 of
UomeStpke Mine the place of beginning sur
vey bf outside boundaries of the consolidated
claims, containing a total ana net area 01
73.807 acres all qf which Is hereby claimed aud
applied for, there being no conflicts, The pre
sumed course and Itugth of each vdrt or lodo la
as shown Upon the plat of survey.
Frontrorner Nq. 1 of Yellow Jacket Mine,
the ,BE. corner of Section 19 Tp. 36 B.R. 13 W.
bears N. 77 deg 64 mln E. 1105 feet distant, and
from eorney No 1, qf sllverlte Mine the Quarter
Section corner on South boundary line of sa(d
Section 19, bean S 2t,deg 14 mln W. 1047,4 feetv
The claims composing this group are situat
ed In and form a portion each of sections 19aud
30. To 86i,R 13 W. L. Meridian, Utah, said
IckIch locations mining claims being of record
In the officejjf the County Recorder at Pirowau
Iron County, Utah In. book ' C" of mining lo
cation notices at pages 163, 167, 169 and ilOl rec
ords of said county.
Thero are no Hear known locations, as shown
by thb plat of official survey, , .......
I alrset mat this notice be published la t4
Iron County Racdao, a weekly newspaper
published at Cedar Cltv, Utah, for a period ol
Si., wesks. VllANli D. UOBUS ,
(First Jin. 28, LastJJarch 27, .'
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES.
For r'ilrther fnformiitJon'PousuH County
Clerk or1 ,t he Itc.liecttvc- Blgn ers
Estate of William II. Perryi i
Creditors will present claim with voucher
to the undersigned at her residence at Cedar
City. Iron County, Utah, on or befotS the letbi
day of May, A. D, 1903,
Aunabella M, Perry,
, ' Admlstratix.
dated at Cedar City, Utah. January 17th, 1903.
Flrstian. lth-Last Feb. 6tU. 1803,
1 1 ... t.,i .ii r i'
Estate of Ellen Lund t
, Creditors will present clalmawlth vouchers to
trie undersigned at Faragoouah Iron Co. Utah
on or tostorei the 14, day ol May JJ03. -, . .
' tfltrt ia. w,tut fB. O " '
, WWWmw K, I
M. A, yHliUr3aini . -. 'M
UNITHP STATl!8. liht Dec. 10, 19oi,
Sail Lake City, nVt J..M. Mckt A
Notfte Is hereby, given UB1' U"b Ue raai'
UlT -Junes of Cellar ClSSBrtt llut for tits
application for a United b ""'M" of 1275 i
Irenolode m)nlng clalmB sarfltk igrbahd a
linear fret ot the lode ancAHarvey Nd. 1W, stu
shown by the plat, being SB Inlosf PUttlet, lroi
ated In the Iron Springs &vtH " '".JW'1 tt2
County, Utah, and dtscrltf M lu thU blEce, wltD
field notes of surrey 0V1 fllel 1 rala to ll ix 4 .
magnetic variation at 13 Ve HL.. ,
mln K, as follows, lo-wlti 1 rJld running t
Commencing dtcorNo. llHW ft to cor No. 21
thence S 76 dfg J3 mln W lBPiSft to tor No. t
thence H IB dig 65 hiln K oaHWJ.tf t to cor No. 4,
thence N 65 deg 25 mln E BR-l?'t cbr No ,
thonc'o N S deg65 mln W Wmm'Mie i 6 and .
the place of bec-fiitilng, conWMf which Is applied ,
net area of 15,267 itrts, all dKM , 1 -
tor, there helng.no confllctsK8Br dlrecilon 0!
The presumed gtntrnl CoBBEri Ton ttft bfllclal
the vela or lode Is as showMB , , .
plat. K7l.8.E.5At srctloil t
Sard claim Is situated In UM . iii. I
3, Tp.3S S., R.I2 W. 8,L.M. S.IfcJ,a5d,?r-!.a-) ,1
The H ec cor between secOllWsrt' &h "& bJkW'
R.I2 W., bears N.7I deg'57 rain JpSinm,. ,ti' - -T "
cof No. 1 of said claim. v ,f li0?' , Bft f "HhL.
Said claim Is Of record lii the,0wu, Uuh1, Id "V
corder of Iron Coflnty at PanSEi , ,1
book "C; at page 4,10 pf Irfcatlon-OKhe Blac't Dlri3
Tbh nearest )now location Is leSB., 1... . ,
LotNp.57, , r t ft ?.y,llf( Ja l' "
I dltect that this notfee be pn4-"l ,utsh. the
lKOMfopTYR5COKD at Cedar tf'M! mlnlnt
newspsper 'published nearest th-a sv,T,i,
claim, for the period ol nine wee W- "PDPf.
L. H. GR.4.V A- tlKORA 'C, AHL20,) V
ftfyst tfec. 17,-Last PeV.M CL: J 1 '
,111 ' . - Bp
M. A. No. 3613. P .
-Application iot PatfLIC'E A i
UNITED STATRS LAND OIjjc.,11 ijoj. I
Salt Lake City, Utah, IljKchard M.
Notice Is hereby given that R!flfecr Color
Walte whosO Postoffice address Is DerlH:t, Jamee
rado, by his agent arid attoruny.ln fanias made
a. White of Salt Lake Cltr Vfh. Uf for the
application for a United Stale Paten'TJsltuated
Wellington No, l Lode mining ,cla(U mConuty,
In Pinto Iron Mining District, Jron .Bsald lode i
Utah, consisting of 1401 4 linear feet of 'J&laKplat ff
and surface ground A shown by. dffirrlbed tn &,
of surrey being survey No 4006and.dea.l!rvey on Mm
the field notes and plat ot official suajk2vat 14 Ml
file In this office, with mngnetlc varlatllra'yt v fll
deg 10 mln to 16 deg 20 min East as folk JJie claim Bj
Be'gUing at corner Ho 1. a corner ott'n tontlj !mfi
from .welch the qnarter section Cornerc7t- 13 W, B
boundry llneof section 19 Tp. 36. B, Rjt'uunlng 3H
bearaN,23deg02mtn 604,1 feet and i(Ver No, !
thencp N.7I deg 47 mln E- 676 feet to cor A I corner !
2, thence 8 3 deg 02 mln W 1392J feet tot U cof ikm
No. 3, thehte .7l deg 47 mln W. 600 feet Vet to .H
ner No. 4, thence N.3 deg 57 min E.140M'i fey oi jH
Corner No. 1 the place ot beglnlng 8ur-l Jug a B
outside boundaries ofthufllalm, Contain! 1 area 4B
total krea of 17.519 acres from which tUA "fin B
ofO,004ofanaciv In Conflict .with -Moui!Iy B
hiSO.NS- LLod Untvey No. 4)66 it eillreLlMJ.flBK
7TiS.a,c,Ie,lleT.aalD,,'d and applied for, MPI?
nrTru!?meCoUr,nd,cnifth'iie win 1
survey? . " ail0n the raeU1 P1" WK
forms a Portion of Section 30 Tp.36 8. R.13. VI, MS
2.I-I-1, , iMFl,d'au'-u,ahi1 lode location MM
ni.JiS" mJlelnir of record lutheoffice of tho !
County Recorder at .Psrowan In Iron County, . ,flw
.i?Si.aB400t'lDotmalin Notices Page 4$ 'Wj,
tX.2l iLdn.Co,u,n' fat nearest known
iK"V?1'-Jl,,?.ti1.e Ml""tlu Hon Nol Surrer H
N4Jt4266o,nd eUtagtoo Surrey No. 4TO1 ' Lode JB(
I direct that this notice bo published In Tn
IaoHCocntYRBetraD at Cedar City, Utah, the ml
newspaper published nearest the, said mlu- Wl
Ing Claim, for the period of-nlne weeks. . mf
FRANK D. I10DI3S,
Claimant's Attorney. H
(TlrstDec. 19,1CQ2-Las'(reb?26. 1901.) -
STATE LAND N6TICE. ' '
UNITED SJATES LAND OFFICE.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. Stb 1003, 9!
7b Whom it May Concern,- i Bj
Notice Is hereby given that', ihe ststi of UtaH
hss filed In thtl office a list No. 45 of land ML
selected by the said state lor the establish H
ment and maintenance ofa School, of Mines: m
under section- 12 of the Act Of Congress'.
approved Julf 16, 1804. The fbllowlng
tract! embraced In said list are 'In a town-
ship containing mineral claims Of record, vlxt . Hj
The NEW NWM 9ed 17, T. 39 S., R. S W., S.
L.Mef., , v i
A cony of salfllls so,f4i"as It f elates to said
tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, has beck '
conspicuously posted'tn this tVfficVs fdr Inspection
bv any person Interested and the public geuer-
Within the next stkty days following the date I
of this notice, Under : departments! inttructlona H
ot November 27. 1896J23 L. D.L 4691, protests or
contests agslnst the claim of the State to any df ,H
thetractsorsubdlvlslonsherelnbefore described at
on the ground" that the same is mote vtlusble ,
for mineral than for agricultural purposes, will v
be received and.notedfbr report to, the General
Land Office at Washington D. C, Failure so tb
protest or contest within the time specified
will be considered sufficient evidence of the non
mineral chsracter of fald tracts, and the selec
tion thereof, beuigcthetwlse free front objection,
will be recommended for approval.
Prank 0, uodbs,
.GEO. A, SMITH, ' I
(Tjlftt, Jan. i8.-Last.Feb 27.) " ,
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Oregon Short line Rail Road,
Jll-oot X,Lu to Httit ijalce. "
ii. s . .t
. TIMBTABIiD. . ,
i7o.li Station's. Ko.' 7
Ar'v'aVsmiRm Btltr Lakt I L'v 7:05 p m
L,a 1025 pm Jdllfoad .1 Ar'r6:4sl.m
3:15 " Lhud f Oioi
6i35 " Modena, I " 10t56 "l
V 3i(M " Calleqte " 2:30 p iq
Pullmari Palace Sloehera ti Saltao
D. E. BuitLEV, ,
O. P. &,T. Am
8alt Lako City, Utah, -
Notlr43. v . 1
State of Utah. County, of Irot, lu the Ctdar
Preclntt of said county. I have In my pcstM
slon the.followlng described estray animal M
which. If bot Claimed and taktn away will Ui
sold at public anctlon to the highest cash bid
def atuiy cdrralla Cedar rrtclnct on Tbitri 1
day tho 2th day of January M03, at the hptr
of twdb'clochj). m.
Que red three ycat4 old heifer, bfaadod T3 1
onleJthlriVfTonrlghthlp andT-7 oa;elt -J I
ribs. Marked crop and. two silts, and twdar -I
silt lit left ear, uq ajltit In I'lghriar. Bmbhr I
I burns. Bald animal Is-hcld by raeto secure the i
paymen of 13.00 dliratrs done by said animal jl
I1 npdii the pfemUea ot Prankjlfl Latabeth on the 'iB
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