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; I CORRESPONDENCE.
Deo. 12-23, 1003.
An interesting program has been ur
i. ranged for tonight, in honor of tho
; prophet Josoph Smith's ulrthdtty.
Tyo high eoliool students uro conuru
' tulutlnj themselves on having readied
L liome biifuro the (nil of snow, whluti is
rrladdonlnjr thu hearts of the wheat and
v , Our nmaturo profjnostlcutors will do
', well to read "Salt Lako City in 1910."
v , in tliu Christina number of the News.
4" Tim author forsec's better and pro
j cregalvo conditions.
The happiness of living for others,
' .is verified by thu happy smiling conn
, ' tenancies of ourdistrlutschool toaofiers,
as they puss burdened with boxon and
candy buckets, the contents of which
fare to 1)3 hung on Christinas trees for
the students This is an undertak
ing that costs time and money. Groat
cradkifiduo the goneroiH promoter,
while t.ho chlldruu will enjoy thu en
tertainmont immensely, and the
' parentis fully appreciate tho greut.
' ' heartedness of tho givers.
f Sf (Itccolvcd too late for last issue.)
lJRf Dcc' 17, 19ta
.jjpfl Win. R. Williams has returiu'd
fBSFf lioino again, and in good spirits, judg-
L i-t - Ing from liis looks.
''" Father and son George Wood, wore
A'& down to s jo their old friend Jno. Steel
1 . . and to console hlni if possible.
f A few more days will wind tho ma-
' son work up on tho school building,
- then boys what must we do to be busy?
1 Coal hauling will bo dono for, if It
1 ' snows, and this blessed South wind is
t apt to bring it. But Cedar necden't
look for any cause tho wind don't blow
: . up there. It simply whistles.
, Last Sunday was Ward Conference
tiffis- hero, tiro, StuUo Presidency and stake
''WKU'' Sunday Suhool presidency were pre-
W0BKSBmmtf?tM. . Orlando Urackcu of tho
Wo are pleased to recall the state
ment in last wock's issue concerning
I Granfather Steele, aud o.iy: Ko la sur-
prisingly smart at tho age of 82 and
wore it not for his foot ho could no
JCK. nouraashe hays, wallc a mile in ten
w'"" minutes. Ho is now at tho residence
of Jas Stapley of this place.
The voting was unanimous. Counselor
Hyrutn C Ford was honorably released
undJus. W. Williams chosen to act in
his stead in thu Bishopric. Wallace,
we think, Is the right man in tho right
U . place. Wm. V. Pollock was chosen
) to take Bp. Berry's place as second as-
i h- slstant teacher In the They. Class.
r Dec. 24, 1003.
Counselor J. W. Williams had" 'his
tj-. lirst cxperioncu In his olllclal calling
- last Sunday. Tho other Bishops were
I ' .ot Conference.
, "' . Grandfathur Steelo Is gradually
,' V climbing tho ladder to the other side.
Ills sons and daughter have been tel
l $$& k" Mr. .log. Worthen & Sons, returned
to their homo in St. Ocorgo having
',V ilnlshud their work on "the now school
'ybL house. Tho boys cut quite n high dash
g) at the weight dance tho other night.
";r" Hard to tell which 0110 the girls like
bust or which girl they like boat,
, ., Holidays bavo como this year long
a ., before the usual time. Tho dancolloor
"- Is kept warm erery night and, llko
playing "Hot Beans" tho closcryou got
to thu rtddler tho hottor you get.
Wo were pleased, Henry Pollock to see
With fiddle and bow upon his knee.
WORTH OHE HUNDRED DOLLARS A BOX
Ts the' value n. A. Tlsdale, Suinmorton
S. C, places on DoWitfs Witch Hazel
Salvo. Ho say: "I had tho piles for
1 20yuars. I tried many doctors and
inedicliies, but all failed except De
Witt's Witch Hazel Sulvo. It cured
me." It la a combination of thu heal
ing properties of Witch Hazel with an
' tlsoptlcs and omolhents: relieves und
permanently cures blind, bleeding,
itching and protruding piles, noros,
cuts, bruises, eczoma. salt rhoum and
1 all skin diseases.
For Sale by Cedar Sheep Atss'n.
Chauncy Macfarlano took a load of
lumber out to Iron Mound for the Colo
rado Fuel and Iron Co this week, most
ly plank. It seems. likely that lumber
will bo In great demand baforo tho
mills begin to run nextsummur. There
is very little lumber to be got in
APOSTLE COWLEY, ELDER RICHARDS.
(Continued from first page.)
the inhabitants of thu spirit world.
ELDKR KZUA RICHARDS
Said In view of the Immortal character
of our spirits the doctrine of baptism
for the dead is a reasonable one, and
this Held of labors Is 0110 'in which
those who have not tho physical
hti'cngth and endurance to go to the
nations to preach the gospel, can labor
and do as much good as thvy could do
in preaching to the children of men in
the flesh. The speaker looked upon
Temple work as one of the best reme
dies that thu gospel ulTordsfor spiritual
weakness or stupor.
Thought It would bo an excellent
plan to call men to labor In the
Temples for tho redemption of
thu dead hb they are called to go
10 the nations to labor for the salvation
of tlie living.'! Ills father's testimony
was that though hu had done u great
amount of labor in the Temple for the
dead, he had never gone thronglv with
out getting a new idea. If we neglect
this work, la it reasonable that our
children will do it? Can we reasonably
expect them to be moru faithful in
these matters than wo are?
At the priesthood meeting in the
evening a roll was called containing
the names of alt the bishops and pre
siding ofllcers of tliu staku. After
whleli Apostle Cowley said It is the
husiness of thu Stake presidency to
prefcide over all the slake.
Henry Maekleprang wau ordained an
older, James C. Parry was set apart ab
second assistant Superintendent of
Stake Sunday Schools, and John Berry
of Kanarra was set apart as assistant to
the Stake Superintency of the Y M. M.
I A. President I). N. Cannon addresed
the uuusu-illy large body of priesthood
on subjects pertaining to Temple work
in remarks which embodied much of
what had been said on the subject in
the meetings which had been held dur
ing the day.
Elder Ezra Richards said he had of
ten thought that the young people got
the priesthood too easily. If they were
required to perform some work in the
church to show their wortliinets, buch
us tilling a mission faithfully, they
would appreeiatu the blessing much
fmoro than they do.Uefcrreil,tp "Zlon's
Camp as' an Instance wherein certain
blessings and privileges of tho priest
hood had followed the faithful dis
charge of duty. The handcart emigra
tion was another illustration of the
benefit of trial in strengthen the faith
of the Saints, hud never heard of one
of that season's emigration that
came with the handcarts who had
Every hardship through which we
pass in securing thu blessings of the
gospel serves to strengthen our faith,
as well as make us appreciate the bless
ings wo receive under the circum
stances. Men will make strenuous ef
forts to secure authority to act in tho
name of thu governments of tho world,
and yet the lowest ollice in the kingdom
of Ood is infinitely more honorable
than tliu highest ofllce under earthly
Said to hold thu holy priesthood is a
great thing, but' to properly magnify
it is greater; and to fail to use it right'
Is a very scricus matter. We do not
show'thu al In religious mutters that
we ought to do. God does not approve
of lukowarinness and if vc do not live
more energetic lives in serving tho Lord
hu will not let us go unchasteued. We
should teach our children tliu gospel,
and to do this successfully wo must live
ItoursuUcs. Christ was thu great ex
ample and hu always lived up to tho
lawH hu taught. President Cannon's
teachings in relation to Temple work
uro very fine.
(To bo continued.)
! idiityVJELi bntlinlntlioiiat.
$ ENJOYABLEl ur' mineral g
m. water, heated ;!,
HEALTHFUL! pi 8
n r Nature, yet W
ft placed wltlilu reach of all at the famoim Vi
$ SALT -AKE HOT SPRINGS $
1 Sanitarium f
oDa ttjc 52 w-3d Soo,H
Ljf i OO Salt Lal City g
Plnut nulling Rmort In the Writ
5? CoTPitiicovProno and oueiuar- Jjj
jg tor notch Half a million col- xj
J!? Ion ot n-nter ptmsca through :j
J? tho poo'. each day. j
rti Hot Sulphur Dtln In Porcelain ni( Mt- J!)
fa He Tuts, J'nvU PJunKM QCp V)
(i) end Lergi ?wlmmlnc Poole &QO (J
M I yj
'i Combine liralth and plitaiiure by W
It vleltlnir tlirsc Uatlm when In Salt W
(D I.iil.e. Oprn day and nlsht. (U
List ot Juror's. jBE
i.li.1 of names nclected by the Juror '
dloncrs of Iron Comity Utah, to ecrTC aijSg
for the year 1934, as required by ncCtlorti-X
1M7aud 1,108 of Iho Kerlncd Statutes: M
l'AKACOOXAjt.M t. '-Jsm
Jonall.aa Protlicro Wm. AnJ2W
William Kobt. . V"fcJSg,
Kobert I). Talbot J"''' VS&fis
V....A.IIunt -A- Wigx
C.eo.S. Haltermaa M-"'""jf
Richard Itowlcy iom ""Jm ,
Joseph P. Iieekcr Wm. WOT
0carMI.yma ',0, M,,Cffrl?7
Albert Warren Jacob U-ffiS"
Orson O. Orton Win. IKSS
Hlchanl It. llenson A. O. S. L
Hiarh 1. Matlicson Oeoruo ?igy'
Kdward IleiiHO,, Sam'l MjjJ"
Kit Whltnry jmf"
Moroni Dal Icy TX&
CEDAR CITY. 'iW
Charles A. Nelson W"n,&a"jr .
Alipust MQCkrlpiainr lV.iESSfr
Ci-onro Urle orSrL "7 ,
Kiiircne Sctioppmauii "'R'!"1' Jf
(iileb Itaik'lil ThtfjMr9"''
Joseph II. Hunter Josci1jS'fJ-M
taac C. llaltfht U:$Hf elU
Samuel n. Jomw ,I?,2I1,Vrt..rrr
Daniel K. Pendleton, Sr )Ym?Si,rli
Comer Cosslel JJiSKe ,01
Richard Williams A-fflSCi
Randlo W. I.unt PiiKi " "stroiir
RolK-rt W. llrybonie t iftr C Jomm
fltcplieii S. Walker - hrfe? r 'lmt
finncls Webster. Jr ,W.3B
( Daniel PcrklujaB
James Stnpl?r 'fnl'ri.
Charles Parker , ncBfy-tt.Uatis
Mvron S. Kpiiiutr
Ktnaniicl Jacob-on ni. J MCBurney
STATE LAND NOTICE
UNITED STATES LAKDOFFICE
Salt I.ako CIt;vUtjK Dcc. 21, ir,3.
To Whom il May Coneer'X:'
Notice ts herrln clveii Out .tK,e lleof t'l...
ha filcil In this ofllce. a llsUNlvi.ofH""- -tectcd
by fild state forllhe establishment
and mantentnee of an JU,nsauo A-vHim
under kectioit 13 of lK. a;' ' J l "
Kres approved July lfl. ,1894. The lollow 8
tracts eiubraccl In said lltl?f e loji lonn.blp
contalnltiK mmcrBl claims ofrtcord, vlt:
I.ot 4 sec 1, tp 30 -. It II VJES- ' ,r; ?
lot 10 sec f., and !o 8 sec 7, W f. K I" - s- '
A copy of saldllst, so falSl U relates to s.,,
.icts by descriptive suljUJIsions. lu.l b.vn
..iiKplcuously posted It) tlifisnirefi.r Inspcciiini
v any person liilerciitcdQutt publn. wenei
vVUIiln the next sixty dljiloUoivin' the .Lit.
. 1 this notice, under .lepJUnieiitHl liulructuni
.! Novembei 27. 1830, Cil W.. IMIl.protiMs i.i
couietaBlust theclalra'OflheSli-ltltiany o
iMilheKround thai the san'C U more vnluab e
r..r mineral limn for nirrlcullur.il purpo-es will
Tor mineral than tor airricjiuur.il iJuipu-., ..,..
be received and noted for report to the f.enera.
liml Office at Wnshlimtitt D. C Failure i to
pintest orcontcst wllhlu the time speclfiec.
will be considered sufficient evulenceol the ntin
mineral chsracter of the Mid tracts, and the
election thereof. bt(nrtolhrise Iree frmr
oblectlou.willbetecoiAnifniled for approval
tmi'SAfZ I). IIOllUM,
' ' ' itirnvtrH
IPIrst Dec. 2'.-tast Veb. 20, '041
SAN PEDRO LOS ANGELES
& SALTJ.AKE R'Y.
Trains Run Daily as Follows:
3:30 p. iu leave Callentcs arrive 1:S5 p.m.
0!10 " " Moleii.i leave 10:55 a m.
U:ID " arrivo "Mllford leave 7:15 a. in.
U:50 " leave " nrrive0:O "
1:35 a. m. " Clear I.alte leave 2:65 "
2J15 " " Oasis ' 2:15 "
l!3- " " Nephl " H;10 p. in
7:55 " " l,ro " 7:4.1 "
':3."i " SaltUlco -, 0:05 "
Trains arriving at Halt Lake, make direct con
lection for all points oast, north and west. "
(iencral I'nsscncer A(jt.
Salt Lake City
I More New I
'& a ti c
A ifi si Bi u v
v Bc Surc and y l
$ V Call. I
f Ye3voliavcjystunpavolccdnnno 5
lino of Winter Skirts, Jacketu,
Wraps and l-'irs; Ladles' Winter
T Underwear aW Winter Millin-
I ory. f tt t t t I
X Wo recelvo ' now jjoods every !
V ton clujs direcl'Trom Kanti-rn f
markets and keep In touch -
.. with the latent Htyles and p.it- 'i
J. terns, If yon want to Itoop up T
y with the times yet your sup- 4
J. piles here. f t t t $
$ ; r x
t Mrs. Adelia Murie. i
Cedar City, Utah. $
.s.j..j..;. ...! M;H.x..!..j..j..j.i..j,,j.,j..j.,j..j
DR. E. SMITH
o o DENTIST o o
U now pcrinancntly located in Odin
City, prepared to do all clabHe of
Pontlstry, , Wor'rf of tho County
and Mi'rrduuiliiit,- districts bollul'.cd
i'urtow, SndFljKfrJi'urnUurc liod:
CEDAR CITJ'. ,'. '. - . UTAH.
M. A. No,37M.
Application for Patent.
r.NITHD HlATIW I.ANM1 NOlIClt.
Salt l.nl.c Cily. Uttili. October 29, ItOJ-
nif"te l,V.',"e"y Rl,'e" ,,,:l the Ciiiclniintl.
uun and W)(.niiiiKi)nc'oiiipniiy, a corpoin
liuii ousnlted ntidei the laws uf the slate of
wtitli D'kots. it. post nffire address belii( Clil
cmiiall. Har.ulioii couutv. stale o( Ohio, bv V.
l..h.tntily, iudnl iitliotlie1nnetit, has made
application i.i 11 fulled Slates pel- nt for the Vi
ols o '. lo It, vim ur mineral ileiHMit, In l'lntn
J'in Mlnlim l,ti n iron CoiimI, Sinte nl
t isli.in .rctimi. yiinnil 27. if,, u y, H v., can
JlstliiK ol HW.Hlnifnr fret of said lode in length
lnrprriimtil nneml course nr direction of
which U shiwiioiisill'itncial lilst. (Veil In this
vnire, n mnr hsli in ilrtrrmlnt-ii fioin pfes
(ntdi'v.1iijinrtii, t.tether ulth llif surfsce
crnundiisshowi, tn lb.- niliclal pint, bearing
gold, stiver , upper lead, lion mid ilher pic
cl"u nitnlf. Imiiir d. s Runted by tli Mirvevor
I'.t-neisl as sin v Nn. M)3tlim sstd offlcisl ilii.
Siidclniin beliif ,h .f-ilied III the field notes
mid plntnfit!,-ui iinvev. on Die In this ofllce.
with msgtietlcvirisll'iii'iit 1(1 ilrg 30 mttl It lo
17 tire to iiilu lC.if l.iiiuws to wltt
Comtm nciM' nt f.,r No. 1 of said Viola Uo. 9
lode, stirvtv No 5'3i, whence the sKei.rid sec
r. tii86S k II h-irs mi.leiflK.min W M7.1
h; thence N Sjitcirnl intn V llW.il tl to cor No.
2.rl,llode: thenei-N 17 rlcKlOmtu H IXW ft to
cir No 3 Mild lode: thenro riWdeu M mlif It
HJlitJ It lo cir -i Ij thence S 17 de
no inin W fltlfi t c- r .V I said lode, t lie jOnce
nllK-RliiniiiK. The net Hteaclsl med htIu be
inv30.4tOncirs. TlieloCRiliiiiiil sstil niliiinir claim !lii ('
irvonl In tbvumce of the Caimlv Krcorder til
fruii Cotml nt IMrowmi, tJtali.lnbool.' D" Min
ing 1k .-.li'ivi N itkts jwrb BIS.
Tliemuirrst known luenllons btlnf the Mil
"cr Mine a d Kex No. 7 lories.
I diitct tliat liiisnot're bs published In the
IKON COUNTY RI(CtjKt), Cedar CilJ'.tron Co.,
I'lahthFiicwspsper iubtii1iel neatest tsld mln
iiik clslni, lor Hit. pel od of sixty days.
11.(5 Tw mey,
(Kirt Oct.81-I,ast Dcc.M.l
M. A. Ho, 3783.
xippnuaiiun LKJl x cllUlU.
UNITi(I) -TATK, I.AND Ol'I'ICIt.
Si't I,aUe City, Utah, Octolicr a). 1900
KitlceMheieby given tint the Cincluulil,
Utah stid U'v'U'intr Oil Company, empom
it in orRaiiiitd and exIsiiiiK under lli- laws of
ti rMttt "I -ouili Haknlii, Its post oiriceddrer.s
"lug Cliiclniiii'i, Itiiuillnu count v. Ohio, by
l" 1', Kennedy Itsdiilv aiithnrtid agent, 1'as
i Hde application fur a Uulietl Stnle iieteni lor
,e r-ilriidshipTIp I ode, vtln, or mli trnl (!e
i,isit In Pinto I r n Mluln l)itrlet, lion Cottn
iv, rinh. in e. U7. tpiiOi, R II W. conslstluit ol
1171 C linear feet ! said lode In length lh- jitc
tuned Beui-ial courie or dirrrllon ol which Is
shown on 'he olllrlit plit filed ill this olfict', R
ne.ir as tan be determined from ptcsent devel
opmeiits. togrlbrr Willi the surface ground as
ihonuou shI.I nmMsl plat, bearing gold, silver,
opi er, lend, if n ami oihei precious metals, be
in designated liv tli-.-8ireyorleuert an I.ot
Nn. f.0 (Hon Rildiifflcl.il plat. Xnul oIhIiii being
d'sctibtd in the field notes slid plat of official
Miivcv on Ille in this oflice, with magnetic
v iiHtiount 17 de 28 mm E to22deg 2S mm U
as follow-, ti-wit:
Commencing nt cor Nn, 1 of said 1'riendship
Tip lode, suivtv No. T038, wliencc the Sit cor of
i.ec 27. tp 30 S. 11 1 1 W. bears s 53 dcgM lulu It
DU2 3fi; thence SvfMlegO-' mill V 8Sl.r ft to cor
v- utI.I i.iiIh. tiipiii-e N Stduir 3'Jtnl.i W 621 7
No. 2 said lode; tlii-nce N ltlegaJtui,i oil i
Tt t.icor No. 3 1. ild lode; llience N a'l deg a"i miti ,
K 1141 S ft to co' No 4sjldlode; tlieiict'S31tleg ;
H9 mill IS 311.7 It to or No. ft. said lode; thence
odtgol mill W sw;(tlocor No. 1, the place of
The net urea claimed herein being 11.751
rtielocstiouof snld mining claim being of
rrcoril in tlicolfic-oflhc County Recorder of.1
lion county, t Varow.in, lltrfli, In book "!
M ri'l n i-. V'ttin.tf Qliccs. pge 010, . ,
Tlie llerstklloJwl!H&il, (llffl
No. '.', Ret No. 7, Hex No. 8 and Mllnerimitri
I direct that this notice b: published in the
IRON COl'NTY KKCORD, at Cedar City, Iron
couutv, Utaa. the newspaper uublished nearest
said claim, for the period iflxtvlay.
I'RANK I). HOI1I1S,
II. O. Twotney,
(First Oct. 31 Last Bee. 20 )
STATE LAND HOTIC
UNITED STATES LAUD OFl ICE.
Satt.ale City, Dec. 7, 1003,
To Wham it May Concern;
Notlcu Is hereby given that the State of Utah
has filed in this ofticu lists of lands se
lected by tliu said Statu under section
14 of the Act of (Jougriws approved lulv
16, IMS) I.
The following tracts embraced in said list
are In townships containing mineral claims of
JJ!i Ntt'if: WVt NIW: N1VM SVM sec tl:
WSSWl,N'clS;KHNl-W sre 21; nod WH
.Wt4 sec li, tp JJ S, K II W, cmbriiced in List
No. 67, Huforiu School.
V.'i NlUi; T.4 SK4 sec 11; I'.H HVAi soc II.
IpasS, K II V S. I.. Men, I'ltibrnced In I.Ut
No. 1M. for the eslabiisliiiiHiit of periuanent
water leoervoliri for urlgallug purpoots.
NW'i SW4 sec2, NK'4 SKM soc 27; SVi
3lJl4 and HSSIW!-ec34, tp3KS, K0 W, s- i
M., t'lubracod In List No. 52, fur Duaf aud
SWU SVV'i sec 22; SV, SKM; NW'i SUU; S4
Xl'Aii NBk NV,''i s,ec2o; N'v NIW soo 35 tp
3S S, II II V.. Lots 1 and i soc 7, lp X S. R II V ,
and N k SK'f i-cc it, tp 35 S. tt ') V , H. ,
Mr . euibrafed In List No. I ', for the ustab
lishiueul mid maintenance uf an Iiifitltntl ni for
Copies ofs.tld lists, fo far as thoy relate to said
tracts, by descriptive Mibdlvisions, Iiiim- bteu
conspicuously posted in this office lor Intpectiou
by any person interested, and bj the public gen
erally. During tlieslxtydnystiextfbllowlng the date
1 of this notice, under departmental Instructions
1 of November 27, 18'Jfl, ('ill.. 1). 1510, proltMsor
1 contests against the claim of theStntc to any ol
1 thetracts orsubdlvUiunsliereinbeforcdescrliied,
' ou the ground Hint the sinie Is im-re valuable
' formlneral than forHgiicutlurnl purposes, will
' lie received and noted for report to the Ueueinl
' Land Office, nt Washington, I). C, l'ailutesoto
' protest or contest within the time specified will
1 be considered sufficient eUdcnce ol the tiiin
1 mineral character of said tracts, and the selcc
1 tiou thereof, belngotherwlsefiee from objection,
1 will be recommended for approval.
KXANK D. IIOIIH.s,
Olio, A, Smith.
ITIrst Dec. IB. -Last leb. 13 1
STATE LAND NOTICE.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dcc. 21, 1301.
lo ll'liom ij tfav Concent i
Tlie state of IJ'tali having selected as part of
Its grant for the establishment and mainte
nance of an Insane Asylum under the
12th section of the Act of Congress approved
July 16, Ik'JI, the following described tracts, re.
turned by tho United Sutcs SurTOjor-Uencral
as mineral laud, notice Is hereby gheti that the
said statu will submit proof ns to tlin character of
the said laud, before the Register and Receiver
at this oflice, on Monday thu 2Hli day of March,
1901, at 10a. in., vlt:
TlinNCt bV!4. and NW M SU' sec I, tp SS
S, R 11 V., rt. L. Mur . embraced in List No. 51,
' All persons qlHlmlngmiy portion n ssld tie
cribeiliriielsRsiiiiurisI iRiul.nrdrsliliiK lo
prtilt-sl or olijecl to the .eUctlon Ihereol by the
.tuie re hrrebv suui'ii nied tn sppcir on tin'
da - od submli testlmuii) in suppoit of Hull
culm ur objections,
i'rank n. iionim.
OKO. A. SMITH,
ll'lra Dec. 20-I.ai.t Tcb. 29, '041
BMaMklAlvaafrHHIMaaH,,MAaaaaaiM(atMissssHSMsasateiSMia'a I i H
Application for Patent. H
UNITl',1) STATlta LAND OHl'ICK. IBH
Lake City, Ulah, October 20, 1W1. HH
Notice Is hereby given that the Cincinnati, jHB
Utah and Wvotning Oil Cjmpntiv, n corporation bLI
organize t under the laws of the stnte of South IH
Dskot.i, Its post office nddres being Clnclnatl, MHHH
lliiiiiillati county, "Intent Ohio, by I'. 1 Ken. lH
nrdy, its duly iitilhorlttd agent, has mode nil 7!bUHH
ppllcRllotifiirn lltitlrd stales intent lor the BflBHH
Ciuclunnti, Cincinnati No. Snndi li-cliitinti No. BBlBI
4 hslrs, veins or miners! deposits, in I'lnto Iron SH
Mining Dlsttlct Iron t ounty. State of Utah, In RBH
srcsV'7.2s 31 mid 31, tp M 8, K 14 V. coimtttlug IH
ol IStW linear feetol ea-'h ul mi 1.1 Cincinnati, HHHI
and ' Itirimifltl No. 1 lodes, ntid 127U 3 linear lfll
fc-t I 'iiMCllielniiiitt No.H lode In leunth, the 4H
presuinetl genera' course t till rcti'in or which nl
Hie shown tin tl t thclnl plsl, filed In llllsoflice, lH
us near rs ran lie dtlertulncd fiuui present de Hl
vlopuieiils. tngftlif-i wlili the nurLtcr groimtl Hl
rr shown on said official plRt. beni Ing gold, sll- H
ve'. copper, lend, iron mid ntlur pucloit mttnls jH
lietiignri'lRiiat tl b the Survevor '.eueial ns IH
I,i t No IHllOou snldofTiclsl plft. "-nld clnlms H
being descrthed In the field notrs and plat tit H
offlcUl ure cm file in thisof.ict. with magnet. H
ic variation utlldeg 17 iniu VUo 17 (Ug3'i mill 1
(timiiieui.tugHt cor No. 1 of said Ciiiciniiitl H
lode smvev No.5010, whence the iV cor srr 27, H
tpSCS. R II V.henrsN13dtg 13 lulu W7W.1II; H
thence N 35 deg 52 mln S MM) ft to cor N, 2 H
sld 'ode; tliencrM mdrg si mm It 15noit to H
cor '"o tt said lode: thei ee - 86lrg 52 lulu !'. CtX) H
it Incur No. I i,l said imleniulcor No. 1 of said H
Cliielntiiiti No, niot!-, lu'ii'g I'lcittical whence H
ICo S cor rc 27 111 BO S, RM U' bears 50 1
deg 47niiti W fr7i.7fl: th'-'ier N i; deg 29 mln H
WTO ft to c r N. i CinciiiiiRtl No. 3 lode; M
thence N 7ndeg0Bmm I- Vt7ti3 ft to cor No. 3 H
ClneliinitlNo H tle nml t .r No 2 ssld Cincln- H
nti No. i In e. bring i.lrniu i': tbr-iceN .Oilcg !' H
20 mln E lSn 1 ft toe r iiunl i Jssid Clnclmin- H
liiiumb-r -1 loitr; tln.nr- s ,7 ,'ti' '.I'nln K b0 It 1
to cor mi-nher I Cturuni n i i;r I lo r; H
lb' nre 1 Titles .d mm v li'nii ir mini hi-r H
I Cmoiii'i ill inl'iiht 1 II".!- i.idr.i mimbcrl if H
Clnclnii i'l nuinbtr .1 Iml'. I. 111. identic il M
whenee tlir SV cm b.c27. ip ' I- ll I" r- '..-', V M
iCSilfg'S nun VV21.I li; ilui" - T ' lcg .11 linn f ''iLLH
V 127(1 It 10c iriiumbt'r 1 v.'liniiiua'i iiiimbi'i .1 H
lotle nml c n Dunti'-r I Cm Mi'i.'i Isle being H
irienllcnl, tli'ii.eS 22drq ,t mi'i V 1.100 It to H
cor numb' r I Ci'iilnuali lode the p'nee of be- H
The net area eKtimed 1'i.iiu btlng 5103.1 H
1 he ontlnnsnf Rtld iiMiimr' biims b lug ol B
record in thenfftct' of the r mutv Recotder ol H
Iron totiiitv, at I'.irowan V 1.1I1, in book "I" ol H
Mining Location notlce, t pagtsti 0 and 021, 1
Tl nearest hiown loc itlonR being the Rex H
numbers. Hex nnuilter I, Rex: number S i.ud H
Rex utimtier Q. and Rex number 7 lodes. iJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJH
I direct that this ii.nicr be published In the H
HtiN CmiN'v urtcoitiistCLMlnr Cltv Iron conn H
tv. I'lsh Hie nrwspst-r pnbU'l ul neatest H
ssid ininiiiRcUims. lor the p,,t ,1 if.lxtv tlas. IJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJfl
Flt K D. IIOl'.lH. 4LLH
II. O. Tw tney, H
Claimant's nttoui's. H
tl'irstOcl. 31 -L 1 tTvc 28.1 )H
IIBFAKTMIWr Oi' rllB INtbHIOK. H
Land Offico at Sail LaVo City, Utah, Dee. 7, H
11W3. . . , H
Notice is hereby given that Iho following- H
named settler has filed nottco of his liitftiti.nl M
to matro llunl prtio' In suptiort of his claim, aud B
that satd proof will be made before the cleric of H
thu District (.'oitrt In and for Knnu County. H
ruth, at Kauub Utah, 011 J miliary 2J, PJ04, H
t....- U...1H. tlM lir.oc r..r 1 tlWl,. t't, fl
.lames Smith, ll'd 13095. fur the SW, SWM BH
ice 21, N W'4 N W sec 2t, V,', M'H sec 27. tp H
U L. M. LLLi
He names the f-1' iiiiiiessps Hi I'lur- H
illscoutiiiiiMti-ie-i... J'lJ ciiliiiation H
jf s.tid laiul, i: . v.H
J. II. Cart enter andlloiutu.boaa lJ-i dUi -'f'LLI
arod connlderably from thoso of HH
"""-rpy.03tlRlltIoh. According- - .H
" --. j . "H
Notice to Abstrnclors,
Hids for abstracting the Records of thu Couit al
ty Recorder's Office of linn County, Ulah, from H
the comiui-uceim'ut of said records up in J.tnii- V H
ary Ist.tMOl, will bu recelM'd at tlieoulciMif thu IIIH
County Cleric, l'armv.iii, Utah, all bids to be In H
writing and tiled with the Clerk on or before H
January 1st 1WI. The Comity Commissioners 1
reservti the right to reject any and all bids, v H
Kor further information apply to the County gH
lly order of the Couutv Commisslniinrs. H
NVM. T. MOlT.tlS. 1
County Cleric. X,H
Klrst Dcc. 12. Last Dec. 10.) "'"bbH
AN ORDINANCE, H
I'rohlhltlng the mauuf.icture, sale or distribution bbH
of intiuicatlnglliimirH within Cedar t-itvaml
repealing sections aid to 251. both In- . B
eluded, of tho Keicd Ordinances of Cedar .alH
De It ordained by tho City Council of Cedar f bL. bbB
St.c 1. It be ur.lavtful for any person, H
company or assoclatliui in mauufacluru, tod, , I 'H
deal out or otherwise dispone of any spirituous
iimus, malt or othor lutovlcatliig llijiiur within I bbbbbH
tlie limits 01 this city; prowdud, Mt notluu.-j "iS
in litis section shall be coil-true 1 as to prevent "H
anj legulaily liceu.ed ilruglst frum Rf-lliu faffaffH
an) of such liquors upon the prescription of .1 B
Any person violating the provisions of this bbbI
section shall beileemed guilty of a mlsdumuHU iBBk.BBBB
or. and upon coinlction thereof shall lie piui. '"bbBbBH
Is'i.ed by aline In any sum less than Tltreu H
Hundred Dollars. (SiOJO!) "Bffaffaffaffaffaffaff
SKC.2.- Sectious23(i, 217, 238, 1",9,2I0,24I, til:, IbBbB
213,214,2(5,210 S17. 24. 21'J, 25), 331, 242. 253, ttuti tH
254 of the Kei is- d ordi lancet, of Cetlar City, ara JH
hereby repealed. IBBH
tiitc. 3. This Ordinance shall take offect and H
belli force 011 and after the 3Ut day of I'ocuin 'bbbI
her, A. 1)., 1U.'3. H
l'MSsed by tlie City Council uf Carim' City. -'bBb1
Utah, December ',lh, 19J3. - M
skal. Signed, TUol.a J, JOXBR, flH
11.7,'. Jfuvili;?iU, H
Stale of Utah, I Ts-rnAal
County of Iron, !-ss -TvRbbbH
Clly ofCWIar. IlIbHH
, , I. Kobert W. Ueyborue, City ClaHHI
Recorder of Cedar City, Iron Couutv, Utah, do 1 bHbH
hereby curtlly that thefortuoing Is a full, true IbbH
and correct copy of .111 ordluaucu entitled "An V BBH
Ordinance lroltlbitiug tlm m.iuufncturo. salt) or bbB
distribution oliutoxliMtiug Illinois witliluCuilar oJIbbH
Cltv. and Kepcallug Utvtlous 23 to 254, both in- VBH
eluded, of tnu Kfilseil tirdlitaucAs of Cetlar M 'BH
llly;"iassiHlby tho t Ity Council of Culitr M bBbI
City, Utah, 011 tlie7lhday of Ducember. A, D. Jm bbH
1003, by the following tte, vli: Aj, 6; J bH
Niks, none. And I do fuithiir certify that tho IH
same was ordutnl puhllslied in thu Iron Colinty bbH
Record, 11 iiotispauer of guuoral circulation in '"'bBbI
said Cedar Cltj. v H
In wltnewswlieroof 1 ,nvo hercuntn set rur H
hand and iiftlxo.1 tint coriiorntn seal of said city VH
this atli day of Dec, A. I) 10 .3 J H
lhKAl tt. W. Hryiiohku. JM
II irst Doc. 12. -Last Jan. 2.j lfl
A Frlghtcnotl Horse, H
Rutiniiiur lilitt nnit duA'u tliu str-v" Afl
itiimpliiL' Hu-ni-i'iiii-inrx. or 11 hun.lt-i i bHI
Oilier iiceldi'iit.., j,ro every ilnv ntvui- H
renew. It, liHlu;ovi!h i.fl.pj btul.v 10 lltv ' v JM
it relliilile ..th liiuidytiiid HiuiVh nm IH
ii3 food us Unclcleii'n Arniea S.ilv. . 'M
Burns, Cuts, Sores, Ee.am-v urd pil. s
U foajnicor quickly ut,flvl. ,a ht,Wllll , H
olTeut. Prluo2jo " M
ForSulo by B. F. Kii?). 'fl