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'A I CORRESPONDENCE.
Purovvan, Nov. 4.
Miss Joslo Curtln is improving licr
hotel, malting It tnoro comfortable for
Tho Mnthcson boys havo been very
successful In jotting good Hows of wilt
or on tho Iloblnson claims near UtieK
horn. Tho Equitable and Co-op stores hivve
been taking; stock lntoly, ' propanitory
to tholr annual dividend, or stockhold
Wo aro truly thankful to some well
disposed person who made the church
a present of a beautiful gilt edged bl-
blu. Tho donor modestly withheld his
i name. '
Wood hauling Is now tho order of the
day, the lovely weather of tho past few
weeks allowed thu husbandman to Rath
er in tho bounties of nature in good
The schools uro going on in tho even
tenor of tholr way, that is, tolerably
even, tho variation being 2 to .'50 mln
iteo dally, the clock that was so relia
ble hitherto having gone on strike, or
. , n jag or something, reminding us pain
fully that the grand republican clock
that was forthcoming, is not forthcom
The election passed off very quietly
yesterday, tho democrats carrying
i everything bnt tho marshal.
Mayor. Lucius Marsdon.
Councilman (long term) R. Hcbcv Ben
son. Councilman, (2 years) Alex. Matheson.
" " James J. Adams.
" " Win. II. Gurr.
" " Walter C. Mitch-
Treasurer, James Connell.
Recorder, Letiora Taylor.
; Justice, Win. O. McGregor.
i. , t Marshal, Edward Bcntley.
i ) i "And there you are."
Parowan. Utah, Nov. u, 1003.
; I. Benjamin Hoylo's 'frame huuso is
..itfWJfr' -nearly comnlcti.. ,.r.1.r p
Mtf Tho carpeutors aro at work on .Tames
TB '' Ollorton's new house.
Wlj f Our coming mayor L. N. ' Marsdon
I-' ' has blurted to build a beautiful brick
t, v house.
v' Mrs Ftinnlo Salisbury returned to
B her homo In Rlchlield Thursday morn-
ing. Sho has been visiting with her
f parents Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor
' of this place for a few weeks
! Tho Misses Ora Watson and Pearl
p Adams havo left for tho north. Miss
i Watson will visit relatives at Salt Lake
and Miss Adams will attend the B. Y.
i U. at Provo this winter.
W Tho election passed olT quietly. The
Wk democrats winning all with the oxcup-
f tlon of the marshal. Tho republican
m , candidate) receiving a small majority
ft thru having to many democratic rela-
fe The Hallowe'en party given by tho
j" Y. L. M. I. A. last Friday ovenlng was
MC u decided success. All wore tho Hal-
nk lowo'cn costume until twolvo o'clock,
W when they all unmasked and a very
mf dainty supper was served . Everyone
Hi ' went homo declaring they had tho most
B pleasant time of their lives. If prizes
p' bad been In order thoy would certainly
Bi have been given to the M. I. A. musl-
li cal director and his wife.
i '!. I .LEEDS J
. I Nov. 2, 100X
g Miss Minnio Hanson began teaching
I school at Harrlsburg this morning.
E Mrs. Lona Kuhn, whp has been living
with licr husband at tho Apex mine, la
w here visiting relatives for a fow days.
K Last Saturday evening tho young
ladloagavo a flallowoou partv at tho
.' Stirling residence. We hear that thoy
mr s. had' "Just a lovely time."
M - Frank Sullivan, whllo running a
H horso race last night, wan thrown
ft ' frour IiIb horso and had his "arm quite
If ,badiy hurt. Ho. is unablo to iibu it.
It , Last Friday afternoon, whllo playing
D i ball with the children during rocess,
M Mr. Lowls Bastlan sprained his anklo
f quite badly, hut Is ablo to contlnue
,fs school this morning.
Mrs. Wardlo of Oregon, who has
buen visiting with hor mother, Mrs.
, f Hanson, for some time, was made hap-
,' , , i py last Wednesday night by tho arrival
of a pair of twin biiblco a boy and a
. ' girl each wolghlng eight and iv half
' pounds. Thoy aro ulaimod to bo the
Oct. 30. 100.1.
Monday, tho 20th Inst., u baby girl
was born to Mrs. Frank Snow. All
Mrs. Roso Gardner has returned
from Cedar, the proud mother of a
beautiful baby girl.
Miss F.lllo Gardner is spending a fow
weeks with her father hero. Sho has
been quite Indisposed for several
months, but is rapidly recuperating.
Her relatives and many frlonds wish
her a pleasant, sojourn horo and trust
she will havo fully regained hor health
hc-foru returning to Salt Lake City.
Mr. and Mrs Win, J. Snow start for
l'rovo tomorrow, tho Hist Inst., where
they expect to attend the Brlgbam
Young University. Pino Valley can
boast of having students in all tho lead
Ing high schools of the state, viz: Agri
cultural College at Logan, University
of Utah, Brlgbam Young University
and tho Branch Normal at Cedar City.
Nov. 3, 1903.
Instructor Milno has just received a
challenge from the L. D. S. boys for a
game of bapkut ball. They deslro to
como down horo about Nov. 15. Our
boys havo had very llttlo practice and
the challengo has not jet been answer
ed. A largo shipment of tools and
benches for tho manual training de
partment has arrived and tho now shop
will bo woll equipped. Forgo work
and advanced carpentry will bo taught
At 2 p. m. on Friday all tho students
gathered In the assembly room to show
their respect to tho aged fathers and
mothers of Cedar City. The old folks
very much enjoyed the muslcale which
was rendered for them. It consisted of
a piano duet., piano bolo, ladies' chorus
und cornet solo. They were then turned
over to the polico force und wero pilot
ed about tho building.
In the late examination in chemistry
a number of students became discour
aged and are trying to petltlou out of
It. Most of tho class enjoy tholr labor
atory work on Tuesdays atidThiirodayw.
Six oxporlmcnts have been porformed
by the students, and nearly all are real
(successful iu producing oxygon und
hydrogen. Instructor Ward Is on
hand to suggest and-help in every way.
Hallowe'en was a jolly time for tho
normal students. Tho llrst year's visit
ed "Squaw Cave" eastof town in the af
ternoon and got some ghostly spirit to
use at tho party which thoy held at Mr.
Knoll's that evening. Tho second year's
enjoyed their trip to Enoch oven tho
they had to pass tho gravevard. Third
year's held their entertainment at tho
residence of Wllford Cox. Lively
games wero carried on uutil 11:30,
when supper was served. Strangn to
say an old witch was found among the
ghosts of tho street, who told all the
wonderful fortunes of students. Giost
stories were doled out with lights burn
ed low atid a speech on class patriot
Ism ended the evening's entertainment.
PROBATE HID GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES,
I'nr I'm-flier Infor-mUlon Consult County
Clrrlr til' ! Respective Signers
NOT1CIJ TO CKIJDITORS.
ESTATE OP. KODIiKT UULLOCII:
Creditor will prusentclalnib ultli vouchers to
tlic undersigned at her residence at Cellar City,
Iron County. Utah, on or before tliu 4lh day of
March, A. D 1004.
MAMA 1). nUM.OCH.
15. H. Ryan.
Attorney for Admlnlitrrurlx,
Cedar City, Utah.
(llrt Oct 31 Last Nov. 21
NOTICK TO CRNDITOHS.
ItMntu of Ceo. I.. Kvorstlne, decerned.
Creditors will prewent claims uitlt vnuchurH
to the uuderslcfited at His olllce In Cedar Clt,
Iron County, State of Utah, on orbefbru March
J. U. ARTHUR'
(Flint Oct. 31 Last Nov. 21)
Giamberain's Cough Ramady Is Pleas
ant fo Tako.
Tho finest quality of granulated loaf
sucar Is used In tho manufacture of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy' und
tho roots used iu Its preparation glvo it
a llavor similar to inttnlo syrup, making
'it quite plouwint to tako. Mr. W, L.
Roderick, of Poolegvllle, Md., in
spanking of tills remedy, saj'3: "I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
with my. children for several years and
can truthfully say it la tho best propar
ation of tho kind I know of. Tho chil
dren lika to take it and it has no injur-'
For sale by nil Dialers,
Application for Patent.
t'NITKO STATES I. iND t)ii'lCK.
Snlt l,nke City, I'lali, October 29. 1U.
Notice hereby lven that the Clnclnnntl.
Utnh and Wjomfne H tompall, n corporation
orgnnlred under llielaitx of the ninle of South
Dnlcotn, Its t'0!,t of"c; X1'."" ociiip Clucliinli
Hiunllton counly, MnM)f nhto bv I' it Ken.
nedy. Unduly ntHhorUrdaeent, has nmde nn
nnpllcnllon Tom United Mate patent for the
Cincinnati, Clnclnnntl ro. t nnd i luclnunti No.
I lodes veiuit or mineral deposit. In l'lnto Iron
Mlnlnif Dimrlct iron tomt s-ateof Itnh In
KCC!'.7-i-SJ nnd 31. IP 80s, R u W . conliitliir
of 1500 linear feet of each ol nld Cincinnati
and Cincinnati No, J ldt. and K7o 3 linear
Icttolcald Cincinnati No.3l,.,le in tentrtti. the
presumed ireuernl couteordircctloii of which
nrcahown on the nfncial pint tiled in tills oilier.
n near us can be determined frnni prevent de
velopmenta, tocether with the mitfacr iiround
naahoiTll on aald official Mai bentlnt; Rold. sil
ver, conper. lead, iron nnd other precious initalH
beitiKdealRnat dbv the Suncxor c.eucral ns
I,ot No. (Mio on Mid official plt a,i clnlnia
belni; dcicrlbetlln tlic field untei ami plat or
ofliclnl oirveyoil Hie In tliliolW win, nmL'iut
Ic variation nttldeu 17 Jtjin i;t0 17 deg3j mlu
H. a follow, to-wlt:
Commencing nt cor NO.! of i-nid C'lucinul'l
loile suricy No.COIil, whence the V cor mc 27
to 30 S, R it W, bcara.N Urtec 13 i V 7(1,1.4 (,.
thence II 3J deK 32 mill H ewn to cor No, 2
nld loil; thence N 22 ;Ik ll nun K iMUIt to
cor No 3 anidtnde; thence tivlcpM mln K ClM
ft to cor No. 4 ol said lodetnd cor No. 1 of fcnid
Clnciutiiili No, S lode, being iaeutlcul whence
tho SW cor see 27. IP 30 S. U II W, bein t 60
dee 47 mlu W U74.7 fl: thene-- N 17 devr 20 mln
WGOO ft to cor No. 2 Cmc-nimti No. 3)ode:
thence N 7dcn03 mln H1CT;, ft t.i cor No. 3
Cincinnati No 0 lode and Cur No 2 said I'liirln-
imtl No 4 10 e, bchiu.rdeiitlcalillieiiceN ;0 dec
2J mlu I? 1501.1 ft to c iriiumber 3 aald Cliiclunn
tiiuimher 4 lode; thence S 17 deg VO mlu i: C00 ft
to cor number 4 Clnciliiiull nnmber 1 lor:
thence S 72 de(t 31 mill W -I50() ft to cor number
1 Cincinnati number I lodeond cor number I of
Clnclnnntl number 3 lode, heme identical,
whence the SW cor Fec27,tp3CS. U II W leant
s 03 di'C PH mln W 2213 fit tlienre s 72 Atu 31 mln
W 1278 It to cor number 1 Clncliiiiall numtu-r 3
todenudcoriiutnber4 Clneuinail lode belne
identical; thence S 22 dCKSfmiu W I.VX) ft to
cor number I Cliiclnuntl lade the place of be
sliimnj;. The net area claimed herein being Ci.033
The location nf said mli),.Kclalma belnir'of
recotd In the office of the Coimtv Uecord'r of
Iron county, nt l'arorran, Vwh, in book "D" of
Miuiiie Location notice, et paje0'0 and 021.
The nearest known locations brliia the Kex
number 3. Hex number 4i Kej. number S and
Kex 11 umber 0, nnd Ke,xjniuiber 7 lodci-.
I direct that ttiia notice h- publiftlie-l In lite
Iron Countv Kiicokd at Cedar Cltv Iron conn
ty, Utah, the newspaper pnliiuhnl neirrat
said mining claims, for thr period of Wtvdas.
HRAM; U. IlcllIW,
II. O. Twomey,
(I'lrst Oct. 3 I.atl);c 20.)
' in .
M. A. No. 3743.
17NITU!) STATUS LAND Ol'I'ICU.
Salt Lake City;Ulah,October 23, 1003.
Notice U hereby jrlven lint the Clncltintlt.
Utah and ynniint; Oil .Cump.iny, a corpora
tlon orKauizeil and exlatlui; under the law of
the Stale ol soulli Dakota, ill post office nddieKi
being Clnclnnntl. Hamilton coimtv. Ohio, by
l'.K Kennedy. It diilvlauthorlzed nRcut, has
madeiippllCHtlon forn untied Slate patent lor
the Hrieudshlp Tip I.ode, vein, or mineral de
posit. In l'into Iron Mining DMrirt, Iron Coun
ty, Utah, Iiicc27, tpSSS Kll W, coualstlnij of
1171 0 linear lect of sild lodelnle:i(fth. the pie 1
mined general coiUKe or dirrrtion ol which la 1
shown on iheolllclal plat ffed in ihiM office. 11a
urarnHcnn be detenu (iiedlrpm prcaenl devel
opiiieuts. tyitrtlier witli tV.Hliface k roll ml n
fliouTion sVlil omelet -rl.t.rhnctrf'ild, sllvrr,
copper, lend, Iron audnther precious metals, be
Ing designated by th: .surveyor Oeuerat as I.nt
No. 5U18 on said officii! pint. Said claim being
dlacrlbcd in the field tioien nnd plat of official
Mirvey. on file In tills office, with magnetic
variation nt 17 deg 20 mm E to 22 deg 28 mm
na follows, to-wit:
Commencing at cor So. lofsatd I'nendshlp
Tip lode, survey No. IMS whence the SK cor of
i-ec 27, tp 30 M, K 1 1 V. Iiears b 63 d'g 60 mlu I
OU.3 ft; lti-iicc S j Ieg5i mln XV U8J.S ft to cor
No. 1 said lode; thencsN 334lcgS'Jmiii W 021 7
It tocor No. 3 said lode thence N 83 deg OT. mln
Iv 1111 fi ft tocor No lsald lode; thencoS33dcg
89 mm U 311.7 ft to cor No. 5. said lode; thence
OdcgtU mill V3ix;it tocor No. 1, the place of
The net area claimed herelu being 11,751
I'lic location of bald mining claim being of
record tu the office of the County Recorder ol"
Iron county, at l'arowau, Utah, in book "I" of
Mining Location Notices, page Clf,,
Tne nearest kuowuliicalious being the Rex
No. a, Rex No. 7, Rex No. 8 mid Jllluer Mine
. 1 direct that this iiotloe be published In the
IRON COUNTY RHCORI), at Cedar City, Iron
county, Utah, the newspaper utibllalied nearest
said claim, for Hie period of sixty days.
;IiKANK 1) IIOIJIIS,
II. G. Twomey,
(I'lrst Oct, 31-I.aat Dec. 20.)
M, A. No,37o5.
Application for Patent.
UNITKD bl-ATl!S I.AND NOIICI?.
Salt Lake City, Utah. October 2'J, 1S03.
Notice Is Vreliy yen lltnt the Clucitinatl.
Utah anil Wyoming Oil Company, n corpora
tion orgauUed under the Inws or the state of
South Dakotn. its post olfi'ie address being Cin
cinnati, Hamilton county, smte of Ohio, by 1'.
K. Kennedy, llsduly authorized agent, ha made
npplicalion lorn Lnited States patent forthe Vi
ola No 3 lode, vein or mineral .leooslt, In l'lnto
Irpn Mining Uinrtct, iron County, state ol
Utah, Iu sections VO und 27. lp. SU S, R 14 W, con.
Mstlug ot M'ja.Olluearrectof said lode iulengtli
thepreaumtd general qouise or direction of
which Is shown 011 suldofficial plat, filed u this
office, as near as can be determined from pres
ent developments, together with the Mtrface
ground a shown on the official plat, bearing
gold, sliver, copper lead, iron nnd other pie
clous metals, being deslgimted by the Mitvovor
C.enernl ns Survey NO. ftlfivi on said official 1 1 t.
Skid claim being described In the firlit m.tes
nnd platofotUcialsurxcy, on file iu tins office,
with magnetic vaiiatlou at 10 (leg so mm U 10
17 deg IU mlu 1' .' follows to wit ;
Commencing ut ror NO. lor Mid Viola No. 2
lode, survev No fiiO'J. whenr ih .Tr n.-.nr ..,,.
27. tpSOS, k I1W bearrtS Ildrg3rmtn V 807.1
it; thence N 88 deg 61 miii v I4l.j fl ft to cor No.
2 said lode; thence N17 dag CO min K W0 ft to
cor No. 3 said lode; tlieitce . KOdeg 01 mln U
UV9.0 It to cir N 1; thence S 17 deg
(KJ mill W 6"U It to cor No 1 Mid 0,iC) ti)t. ..j,,
orhegltinlng. Ihe net area claimed herelu be
ing 20. 4Gunct es.
The locaiiouofsild mining claim being of
record in the office or the Countv Recoider of
Iron County nt IMroivap, UtBh,Inbook"lJ" Min
ing Location Notlcesjjnc ei8,
Tile nearest l:uowif16antlon being the Mil
ncr illnea d Kex No. 7 lodis.
lduect that this notice be published In the
IKON COUNTV UBCORI), CedarCliy.Iron Co..
Utah the newspaper published nearest said mlu
lug claim, iui tin. period or Mxty (lays
l'KuMi 1J, 1IOI1IIS,
II. O Twomey,
Claimant .- attbrtiey.
(l'lrsl (ct,3l-I,att Dec. 23,1
Wt li'itrn with" rcyrot thnt Mrp. Con
die of Iluinlltoii'ti wub strlokou with
pitrtilysls about n, avcoI; ngo. A lingu
lar features of thtj tjnbo an wo aro Inform
ed Is that a coi'fifeMth which she litis
bi'tin troubled ilfejut two '''" suit
denly left her hgu tho uttaelc came.
w jp . I
M. A. No. 3781.
Application for Patent.
ONIT1U) STATUS LAND OrriCK.
Salt I.aku Cll , Utah, Sept. 2.1, IW.1.
Notice Is hcrcb.) glMMith.it In pursuancii of
thoactof Cougri'ss, approved May lu, 1S72, to
promote the deutopiuuiit of mining resources
of the United States, that Jamos 11. White, a
cilliou of tlic county of Salt Lake, State of
lSOO linear feet of tho Nogrnlodc, with surface
ground M)j toot Iu width i
H54.5 linear foot of tho Mack l'rluco lode,
with Mirftico ground fan toct lu width;
Uha.S lluoar loot of the Dcfoudor lodu, lth
siirlaci'Rtoiiud 6w) fool lu width;
lbOJ liiti-ar fcot of Ilia Oak Spring lodu, with
stii lace giouud (AJ foet in wlilili;
1500 linear foot of thu l'tuo .Nut lode, v, Hit sur
facu grniind (M leol In width;
lfcth) linear liotol tho Hoiso Trail IikIo, with
surface gmitittl Uuoftut in width;
All ciorlng ulus, IihU'm and miiioml depos
It bearing gold. sllir, Iron nml other pricious
mot.tls, and all ly lug, being ami Nltuatu Within
the l'lnto Iron Mining District, lu tho Count) of
Iron and State of Utah, mid being consolidated
a ouu group of claims, has made application to
the United Mtutos lor a patont for Haul consoli
dated milling claim, comprising all ot thualHuu
described claims, whu.li are more full) do
scribed ua to melon unit boiiuda bv thu official
plat hcrowlth txisted, and by thu field iiiiIuh of
kuio.v hurcof. now uusl lu the office of tho Keg
Ister of tho District of Lands, subject to sale at
halt Lnho Clt., I't.ih, which fiold notes of sur
oy dusLrlhos tho boundaries and oxtcut of said
claim on the surlnco with a magnetic variation
.till dog 4Jinlu to IS dug and 40 uiiuoast as lol
lloginulng at corner No. lot the lllack Trlncc
looo truui whoucua codar tree, 8 Ins. illniu.,
bentH btdrg57 mlu W 020 it. nml n cedar iiou
U Ills, dlam., boars N 78 dug 10 mlu i SS.t It,
each ireu blaxcil and scribed l-OUi'l II. T, and
from w bunco
The M soc cor on east side sec 83, tp 30 S, It
13 W, S. L. II. and M benrM h7B dug 23 mln K
Tlionce S 1 dog 2S mlu U 1204.7 ft to cor Xt.
ThoncoNSS deg 3i mlu K CtW fl to cor No. 1
Tneiice b 1 dog 25 mill 1J 1500 ft to cor No. 2
Thom.ef8deg3Jniln WOlKSft to cor No. 3
Theuco N I deg 2J mlu W 1230.2 ft to cor No. 2
lllack l'tiuco lotto;
Thence H 01 tleg 44 mln W (M ft to cor No. 3
lllack l'rluco lotto, and cur No, 2 Dolouilur lode;
'1 litmus 01 deg 44 mill WC33U u tolluo 4-1
IMno Nut Lode:
Tluiico M HldeiMOmlit K 5.0 ft to cor No. 1
Thence S 8 dog 20 mlu i: 331.3 ft to cor No. 4
Tltencu N t4 dog 42 mlu li 67G ft to cor No. 1
Oalc spring lodu;
Thfiicu t 8 deg 20 mill K 1500 ft to cor No. 2
Oal spring ImIo;
Thunco t til dog 12 mlu W 020 ft in cor No. 3
Oah bprlug lodo:
Tltencf IN 8 dog SO mln V 634.3 ft to cor No. 2
lMuu Nut lodo;
Thuuce S 81 deg 40 mlu W 000 It to cor No. 3
Tliiu iMit halo ami cor No. 2 Horso Trail lede.
Theuco S 81 dog 40 mill V oOO ft to Cor No. 3
Horse Trail ltule;
Theuco N 8 deg 20 mlu W 1500 ft tocor No. 4
Horse Trail lode;
ThencuN 81 deg 40 mlu I? COO ft to cor No. 1
Ilmsu Trail lodo, and cor No, 4 1'luo Nut lodo;
'1 lioucu N 81 dug 40 mill 1 64.3 tt to Hue 3-4
Thoucu N o dec 43 mill 13 1173.5 ft to cor No. 4
'l'liuiice N 04 dug 41 mln U 000.3 ft to cor No. 1
Defender lode, nml cor No. 4 lllack l'rluco lode;
Thence N (1 dog 44 mill V. 045.3 ft to cor No. I
Uluclc l'rluco lodu, tltu placu of beginning, con
taining 11 not area alter deducting areas hi con
llllct with llie lllaclc Magnetic lodo Lot No. 54,
the Hurricane lo.le Survey No. 4341 and the
Darl.cy lo.le, Hurxej No. Su0') of 111) 'rJ5 acres, I
bald clalnt In-lug situated lu N1CH SUJ4 and
I SWJt hoc 3u and NK'i und NVl hot. 31. tit 30 S,
H U W, t L. M. ,
I Tim art-a In coi.fllct with tho lllack Magnetic
1 IimIu Lol No. 54, Vlio Hurricane lode, Survey No.
4WI, i,t No. 4IVU jjie llaruu.v lotlo are. nut
claimed, all of said niluIiig"c.laliii)conipiilng
saltl group bolitg of recoid lu thu olllcu of thu
County Recorder of Iron County, l'.uouau, iu
thu county ami stale aforesaid, the utillco of lo
cation of the said Defender lode lailng recorded
lu laiuk "D" pao 2a3 thu lllaclc l'rincu lu book
"D" pagu 45, thu Augro lu btsd "D" page 577,
the Oak Spring lu boolt "D" page 41, tho l'lne
Nut lu book "D" page 45 and tuo Horso Trail
hi book "D"' page 2,'jJ, the said book "D" being
of mining location notices tit thu rectuds of said
county and state, tho presumed general course
or direction ot the said veins, lodes or mluutal
deposits as shown oil the plat posted herewith
as near as can bu determined from present de
velopments, this claim In lug lor thu number of
linear feet ol each lodu, together with tho sur
facu ground shown iijmiii tueoilirial plat osti'd
herewith and us herein described, the nearest
known locations being lllack Magnetic Lot No.
54, thu Kxleiisiou of tliu l'ot Metal lodu Lot No.
53, the Hun icanu lodu Survey No. Ullaiid the
Daiky loduburvoy No. 4WI0, being so designat
ed lu thu olhciat plat posted herewith.
An. and all persons claiming adversely the mlu
ing giouud, veins, lodes, premises, or any por
tion thereof" so tloscrllicd, sttfv eyed, platted und
applied for, are hereby notified that unless
their adverse claims aro duly II led as according
to law. ami the regulations thereunder, within
slxtv dajs from datu heieof with the Kcgislur
of the U S. Laud Olllcu ut Salt Laku City ami
County of salt Lake, btatuuf Utah, they will
Ui barred In virtue of the provisions ot said
statute ... ,
uirect that this itottcu be published lu tn
Ikon Cor.NTV Kkcokii, .1 weekly iiowspapei
published at Cedar City, '.Hah. (r a 1cii"1 ol
Lino weeks. k'RANK D. HOIHIN
(Hi st Oct. 3-Last Nov. 23'
STATE LAND NOTICE.
UNITCD STATES LAND OFFICE.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 25, IW3.
7" whom if mi concent:
Tho Suite of Utah having selected as a part
of Its grant for the establishment and nialnto
naucuof a Deaf ami Dumb Asylum under the suc
tion of lltu Act of Congress approved July 111,
18'Jl, the following described tracts, luturiicd by
tho United ritatos surveyor-tleiter.il as mineral
laud, notice is herebv given that the said
state will suhiiil proof a to the charactur of
nald laud buforu the Register and Receiver, at
thlsofilco on Mtiuoay, lIie2lstiUy of Docoiuber,
1303, nt 10 o'clock a. in., vis:
NW'i SW'j, soctlon 35, township 30 soath,
range 0 wast, S. L. Mer.
All persons claiming any oorlton of said de
protest or object to the selection tbeieol by the
state .ie h'ehy suromoiidd to appear on thnt
iUik 'iid submit ttlmouy lu suppoit of their
claims wr objections.
CIIO. A. SMITH,
(I'lret Oat. 3LaHt Nov. 51.)
Cedar City, Utah, Oct. 17, 190 J.
To Whom it May CotfCBSK
That mi, Eiigeno ltoy d J H. Arthur, liar
liigdlssolvetlour parttiarshlp In tlio buslnuss
known as lit Roy's Mliaugu, do hereby agree
nTImi the' said buslnrssilwH from this dato
belong to thenakt Kugetio Hoy.
That all accounts owing to said business uu
this date shall be thu property of J. II. Arthur,
iidlwuB.voUli,t"bii'i . ,
That tho said R11 "" Kov Is respouslbl- for
all bills owing h said usi t -n. .mil "lenb ;
onipts thesttld J, II Vunui Hum, in v nni.nl-
(I'lrst Oct 21-I.ast Nov. I)
How Is your Murk of luttor heads,
bill he.ids, envelopes, eto? Iliht now .
whllo wenieuQt t'opeclnlly busy, Is a
food time to replenish your Mack.
Application for Patent. flH
UNITHD STATUS T.AND Ori'tOl'. ll
Salt Laku City, Utah, Sept. 19, 11)03. HH
Notice Is hereby given that Richard M. W'alto IHI
whoso )HstofIico address Is Denver, Colorado, H
by his agent nmlntloruov J. II. White, whose ll
postofuee address Is 8alt"Lako City, Utah, 'has IJIIIM
ninde application for a United States patent 'for B
thu llurioii. lliiiwiiaud Wlghtntnu lodes, con IH
so Idated mlulitg claims, situate In l'lnto Iron H
Mining District, Iron County, Utah, consisting sH
of IMP 1215 and 1147 2 linear feet respectively of M
said lodes am) surface ground ns shown by plat BM
of survey, being Survo) No MIII. and described H
I11tl1e.llohluotosnud11l.it of the ottlclnl survey IH
oil tile In this olllce. w lib magnetic variation at 0 IH
dog 45 mlu to 16 dog 51 mlu tnst as follows: H
llugluuliig at corner No. 1 u cor ot the llurtoit IBI
lisle claim, from which thu iiuarlrr section cor 1
on mirth tmiiudarv of sec 30, tp30 s, K 13 W,
bears N 41 dog 20 mln W 782 8 It, and running H
th'itco - 3 1 dog 55 mlu K 150) ft to cor No. 2 ot M
saldc aim; thence N 71 dog 51 mlu i: oi0 It to H
cor No. lf Drcwn clnlni; theuco S 30 deg 65 Hl
lutn 1( lKti ft to cor No. 2 of said claim: thence H .H
(5dog 1C30.1 ft to cor No. 3 of Wightmau IH
claim; tlionce N 25 deg W 21.1 ft to cor No. I of H
snld claim; thence N 311 dog 40 mill U 13.4 ft to H
V.'!rr,"o ? "' ,ni'1 claim: thence N 60 dog 14 mlu H
58i,3f I to cor No. oof said claims thence N 31 H
deg 10 111I11 W 3m ft to cor No. 7 of said claim:
IhoucoN 05 deg II MI.U ft to cor No. 1 ol said H
claim; thence N 4 dog 60 mlu W 685.0 ft to cor H
tt"' '"' CI.1I111; theuco N 71 deg 51 mlu H
h 307.:. ft to cor No. I of said claim, thu place of H
boglnnlug, coiitnluiug a total area of 38,077 vsJH
ntres, from w hlch tho area of 3 827 acres in con- H
lict w Ith Wellington No. 1 Lode Survey No. 1V(M H
Is expressly proptrd and excluded, leaving a H
net area of 88.150 acres heieby clalmotl and ais H
. T'lPI'rcnimeri dlMniicn anil course of each H
lode lino Is as show 11 bv the plat.
I rom corner No. 1 of llrowii lode claim the H
litarter soctlon corner 011 uort'u boundary of -H
section 30. tp SO S. K 13 AV, baa in N 47 deg 4S IJH
mlu W 2510.2 ft, and from corner No.l of Wight H
111.111 claim s.ild quarter section corner bears N H
11 dog 43 mlu W 13'H.O ft distant. H
Said claims form - iiortlou of section 30, tp 30 lH
S, K 13 W, S. I, M., Utah. JH
Said lode location mining claims being of H
record lu the olllce of tlio County Recorder at H
l'arowan, Utah, lu Hook "H" of Mining Locn- H
Hon Notices, pages SI and 85, records of said H
Tlui nearest kttnvvu locations being Last
Chance survey No. 407R, lllack Magunlq Lot 'H
No. 51, LiHikout Mluo Sttrvev No. 6003, Tho H
Dlckntaii Mine Survor No. Null, Wellington No. H
1 Survey No. W6 mid llluc Illrtl Survey No. 4000 H
lodu mining claims, J H
1 tlueci 111 ., ,1 iiu.elio ihe H
Ikon uimiv kruonont CVd.tr Cnv, I'lult, Uu J w
newsptpor pllbitsiirtt Moiirs lu s.nd milling 1 H
claim, f jr the period ol nine weeks B
l'RANK D. 110U11S,
K. U. Kuss, ctalmaitlH attorney.
Sept. 20-Last Nov. 211 AVAVAH
STATE LAND NOTICE -
UNITED STATES LAND CfFICE. JB
Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 26, 1003. H
To Whom it May Concern: 'L 1
Notice I hereby glveu that Ihe Klate of Utah H
has filed lu this oflice, a list No. 52, of lands sc- H
lected by said state for tho establlshmciit and . JU
uiniitcnance of a Deaf, and Dumb Asylum, ' H
under section 12 of the act ol Con- N. IJH
grcss approved July 10, 1894. The billowing IH
tracts embractil 1 11 said lists. Are hui township N. H
containing minenil claims of record, viz: N H
NV' SW'U section 20; NUlf SH'i. section 27, IjJIJJJH
SW'i SICIJ and V.ii SUI4 soctlon 31. tuvriishlp -IH
30 south, range 0 west and N1U SK11 section ,H
25, tow ushlp 87 south, range 10 west, ami Lot t 'JH
soctlon 1, township 34 south, range lOwest.S. L. 'B
A copy of said list, so far as It relates to snld
tracts by descriptive Hubdlvlslous, had beuu jH
conspicuously posted In tills otllce for tusicciluu B
bv any person Interested, and thu public genet- rl
Vllhlu thenext1inciyilny-followliig7tfi?rtni1r -' ,',!vH
of this notice, under drpMiimcutal lnjtriiclloirMl, H
ol Novembei 27. 1800, (2J I,. I)., -I.'.ll). Iirotesl'orW,. sH
contests against the claim of the Stale to nuv of " ; H
thetrnctsorsubillvlsloushetelubefoie descrihed H
on the ground that the same Is more valuable H
for mineral than ror agricultural purposes, will rH
be received nutt noted for report to the Oeucrul H
Land Office at Washington D. C failure to to IH
protest or contest within the time specified IH
will be considered suiricleiit evidence of the nun- -IJH
mlueral character ol the snld tracts, and Ihe H
telectlon thereof, being otherwise Iree from IH
oblcctlou.will berecommemletl for npproval. -H
l'RANK D. HOUUft, H
GliO. A. .SMITH, rH
U'lrst Oct, 3 Last Nov. 28.1 ' H
STATE LAND NOTICE. ""1
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE. H
Salt Luke City, Utah, Sept. 2, 1003 H
7b Whom'it flfay Concetti: H
Notice Is hereby given that the State of Utah
has Tiled In this office n list, Nit. 51, of lands sc- H
lected by the salt! State lor the establishment ' H
and uiaiuleuance of a School of MincH H
under Section 12, of the Act nt Congress JH
approved July 10. 1801. The follow B
lug tracts, embraced in sstd list nie lu JbJbJ
a township containing mineral claims ot . H
TlieNKU SW'fscolt, tp31S. It 11 W, and
lot 0. sec 10, tp 30 S, U 10 W, S. L. Mer. H
A copy ol said list, so far as it relates to raid -v sl
tracts, by descriptive hulxllelsloiis, has been B
conspicuously iosted in this oflice for Inspection BHB
by any person interested, and by the public gen HH
Within thenc.xt sixty days following tho dale BBBI
of this notice under dopartmcittal instructions 1
of Novemlicr 27, 18, (23 L. D 450,) protests or (JB
contests against thu claim of thu Statu to any uf H
the tracts or subdivisions herolnlieforrtlcscrlbtsl, B
011 tlic giouud that the same Is more valuable for H
l mineral than for agricultural purjMiscs, will bo
i received and noted for rcmrt to the ricnernl
I Laud Oflice at Washington, D. C. Tnllurs so tf H
protest or contest within thu time specified will H
bu cousldeied su'lllclent evltlenco of the iimi'iuiii- H
eral character of the tracts, and thu sulci tlon H
thereof lietug otheiwlsu free from objection will B
bu recommended fur nppiovnl. J
MtANK D. IIOIJIIS B
sTi, 11 HBBVBb
trirst.Oct.K-Lasl Oct. IH
STATC LAND NO Tl . H
UNITED STATES LAND OF ICC. H
To Whom il .'ay Concern: jH
Nutlcu is hereby given that the State of Utah 1 M
has filial In thlssirllcoo list No, 50, of lands so H
lected by the said State for Ihe establishment H
ami maitituiianue of a Normal School, under H
suction 12 of tlio Act ot Congress approved iUK H
The following tracts embraced lu said i.i M
am lu a township containing mineral claims 01
rocord, vim IH
1 NK W Sff'f, s.c 10, tp 30 S, R 10 IV, S. Iv M. H
A copy ol said list, so far as It relates to said B
tracts, by dusciipttve subdivisions, has boon fll
luminlciituiaty postud lu this olllce, for limpei - Bl
tlouby any person Interested, and by the pub- Ml
lie geiirrally, , JHHJ
WMlhln the next slxtv days follow Ing the 1 t- WtjU
of this notice, umlur department..' lustiuctio - HHHH
of Nov timber 27, 1S, (23 L. D. 45'l), pruusts 01 H
contests against tlio claim of the State to ,1,1 4HBHH
of tho tracts or subdivisions hereinbefore ,! SHJ
scrllK-d, 011 tho gruuml that thu nxmo is n: ,r, VH
1 iluablu for mineral thnu for agrlcultmal pui bH
posts, will bu received and noted for n- trt ,,,,,e dBHj
t.em-r.tl Laud Olhci . .. VwisHlngii.il, , t
. I .mure so in protest or contest within Hit tlm flBH
i speclllisl will be cousldtuod sufficient ov, deuce 11 flBH
of the iniii-mluorat chaiactoi of tho ti.trts, ami ' flBfll
, ttiu tell t-iloiuhoi oof, liulugolht'rwNu free Ironi flBfll
objection, will lu recouiuieiiiled for apnruval. flBD
I Fhvvi. D 11,,-n MfflBB
a v 11 ni v'alHl
18 I.vt' N I, H