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HfTO PAOK TWO. .
Ip GOING AFTER OIL
I AT GREEN RIVER
H . Col. B. S. Tasker Instituting Something Novel
K In the Way of Drilling In This Wes-
B tern Oil Country Field.
t HALT LAKK CITV, July 2C Bov-
Iurnl Innovation will bo Instituted
In the tunnnor of drilling In tlio
! (Srocn Itlvor oil flclila, nccordlng to
B'l A. J. 8cott, who lias been engaged
Hf ns chief ilrlllor for (ho Hrlttsh-Am-
Hjt arienn Potroloum compnny, Scott
H;: ban hnd considerable experience In
BBS ilrllllng wolla In Knntcrn nml Wcst-
Bv em oil Holds nml In n well known
BBS- nil nnd gnu mnn. In compnny with
BBS Nat Levi, general mnnngor of tlio
BBBf company and who Is nn old Cnllfor-
BBB. nln, operator, ho Is in tills city for
BB. .1 few days nnd will chortly return
BS to the field to finish tlio drilling of
BB tho No. 2 well which tho company
BBM has now drilled to n depth of nboul
BBL, ono thousand three hundred foot.
BBS' Hcott In speaking of tho field snys;
HHsY frim iiitiii-a .iiHH .. .....
BBS In tho No. 1 woll had n showing of
BBS oil nnd then later stnrtod tho No.
BBP 2 well. Tho No, 1 well Is nbout
BBB flvo hundred nnd thirty feet deep
BBS md Is located out soma dlstnnco
BBS from Orccn Illror. Tho No. 2 well
BB Is nbout eight miles west of No. 1
BBS' .tnd nbout twelve in I leu southeast of
BBSS (lreen Hirer. Wo expect to drlvo
BBS (his woll nbout three thousand feet
BBSr to gel Into tho proper formation.
BBSf At n depth of nbout fifteen hundred
BBS t feet tho woll should strike tho oil
1 ihnlos which uro nbout ono thous-
BSB' nnd feet thick. Wo hnvo ovldoncu
BBS'' ttiiough In the field to lend to tho
BBB belief that results should bo ob-
BSSj Jnlned In this well. Wo nrn now
BBB shnnglng the machinery nt the woll
BBSS .tnd ns soon ns tho changes aro com-
BBSS. pleted tho work of drilling will bo
BBBB Immedlntoly tnkeu up. Wo nro
BBB chnnglnR from n drilling rig to n
BBSB California stnudnrd mncilno. This
BBSS. fompnny controls nbout leu thous-
BBj nnd ncrc of ground nnd will In nil
BBBnJ probability drill other wells Inter.
BBBBj Tlio shnles nro saturated with oil
SBBt and It Is the Intention of tho com-
Sm pany to glvo theso shnlo bvds n thor-
BBSS', ough proipoctlng.
H' "Other operators nro nlso nctlvo
ll In tho field. Colonel II. 8. Tasker
BSSSI of Philadelphia Is Instituting some
r thing novel In tho way of drilling
BSBBr In theso Western fields. Aftor
BSSK , ....upending about eighty thousand dol-
HK V "? ,ar on ",0 roads from Ureon Illvcr
BBB lo Ms properly on tho Ran Itafnel
BBBBJ Swell nbout thirty miles nwny, ho
H'J ' building flvo standard rigs which
Iwill bo used In drilling wells In (ho
Hold, rrheso rigs will each bo sup
plied with nn Indlvlduul air com
pressor nnd ha will uso tho Austri
an system or drilling which lets
town n lend pipe Into tho well from
Iho reel, so Hint there will bo no
, Joints In tho casing. Ho will prob-
BBBB ably commence drilling near tho
BSSBf ipot where A. J. Davis of Bait Lnko
BBSBfj City did some drilling n fow years
BBBf,
BSBBh) "Tio pooplo with which Colonel
SSBj); Tasker Is nssoclnted jro so sanguine
F i ,f results that thoy hnvo nlrendy
SSB . bought n thirty-ton auto truck to
BSBBt I tin from tho field to (lreen lllver
Ht; tnd are laying nn eight Inch pipe-
SSBH J Uno for n dlstnnco of thirty miles
BSSBb- j from tho wells to (lreen Hirer nl-
SSBS hough no oil has yet boon found,
BBBK "ut tho company expects results In
the proposed work nnd intends to
bo prepared to tko enre of Its pro
duction. "Thoro has boon a- lot of publicity
connected with tho (lreen Hirer oil
exploitation, but I bellovo Hint It Is
best to lei tlio facts speak for them
selves. What Is needed In (lreen
Itlvor Is n gradual evolution from
tlio present conditions In proportion
to tho developments as they nro
made.
"Tho facts In regard to the work
under ay and tlio pronpt'Clit for the
future should of course bo mndo
known, hut tho operators hnvo not
glien their sanction to tho publi
cation of nnylhlng thnt might be
misleading to tho public In general."
hiiii'H hhcond o.it or
rilAMUM-VANAim'.M OKI!
Nat Levi of tho llrltlsh-Amcrlcnn
Petroleum compnny, which Is oper
ating In tho (lreen Itlvor field, says
thnt ho has Just shipped his second
car of urnntum-vnnndlum ore from
his claims which Ho In tho heart of
tho Cameron group. 1-evl in his
first shipment sent out n rnr thnt
Is repurled lo hnvo carried 314 per
cent uranium nnd ho bollovos thnt
tho present shipment will run still
higher.
Hi:vi:.vrvKivi: namiw
i:nhoi.i.i:i on tiii: trip
HALT LAKK CITV, July 20.
(low William Spry with C. II.
Htownrt, secretnry of tho Utnh
Woolgrowor' nssoelntlon, Dr. A. C.
Young nnd J. (1. McAllister, has re
turned from I'rlce. They went from
hero to Price, direct, where n lnrgo
ly nltendod meeting was held with
sheepmen from Hint section of the
state, nnd addressed by the Halt
Uiko City visitors last Monday
evening. From thcro tho pnrty
went on to Mack, Colo., whoro they
took tho nnrrow guago road to Wat
son, tho present terminus of tho
Pno In Uintah county, Utnh, nnd
fifty-three milt's from Vernal. Ver
nal cltliens mot them on routo from
WnUgnY with automobiles, nnd os
cortjQtho party to Vernal. At
Vernal n meeting wns hold thnt gnvo
encouragement to tho ndvocntos of
tho sheep Industry. Hspcclnl in
terest nppenred to bo taken In
this meeting nnd tho membership of
tho association wns Increased sov-l
enty-tlve.
HHOCKINO SOUNDS.
In tho earth nro somotlmes heard
beforo n terrible earthquake that
warn of tho coming peril. Nature's
warnings are kind. That dull pnln
or ncho In tho back wnrns you tho
.kidneys neod nttentlon If you would
rscapo thoio dangerous maladies,
Dropsy, diabetes or Hrlght's disease.
Tako Klectrlc Hitters nt onco nnd
soo backache fly nnd all your best
feelings return. "My son received
great boneflt from their uso for kid
ney and bladder trouble," writes
Peter Hondy, South Hockwood,
Mich. "It certainly is n great kid
ney medicine." Try It; 80 cents at
nil donlors.
H . Support Home Industry.
IAsk your dealer for
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H lo give splendid satisfaction.
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HB I They are honestly made, don't rip, give oBSwX
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tiik fMSTEiiN AMuciae. Tiiunmuv. Atmia in SB
UU TOJET
Jliuiiiy Heiin Tells l.urld st"0 lo
the Sports nt Jon. )
The statement that Chslkj (ler
maln would hnvo succumbed to Jim
my Heagnn In their bout at I'rlce
recently hml not tho former champ
broken his hand, has brought forth
a storm of protest from the "blood
ed guys" of tho south, who are will
ing to put up nil of fire hundred
dollars ns a bet on "the loesl favor
ite" If n match can bo arranged for
I.abor Day, soys Sundny's Herald
Republican. There Is not tho slighted doubt
thnt Iteogsn Injured his hsnd and
bndly, too. Whether It was brok
en Is a question tho Price sport
in wild) authorities can che on for
some time. A bet of five hundred
dollars would bo llko stealing mon
ey for Hwigan If his hand is in
shape by Inbor Day, nnd there is
not the slightest doubt but h" will
bo tickled to get tho match
Jimmy, however, wns mighty glnd
to gel out of Price, ho stated, ns
ho declared ho did not tike tho
prominent bulges In somo of tho
ringside spectators' hip pockets, who
demanded that Hcferee llirdy
Downing glvo "our boy" (Urtnaln)
n fnlr denl. Tho only chance thnt
there will not bo n return match
may bo Hengan's reluctance to meet
(lermntn In Price, Any other place,
without doubt, would suit Jimmy.
(Icnunlim ('' Into Print.
"Chnlky" (lermnlnc, who has re
mained In i'rlce since his go Mlth
"Jimmy" Kcagnn, writes tho sport
ing editor of Halt Lako's Telegram:
"There has been so much talk about
my fight with Heagnn here July
24lh thai I would like to hate you
glo tho fans my sldo of It os uitr
page. I was In great shape and I
landed two punches to his ote lie
may hnvo broken his hand, hut be
lieve me, ho nlso broko his heart
nfter tho fifteenth round, localise
hu had nil his money bet Itat he
could knock me out before then.
Tho only reason I did not knock
him out Is that I wanted to srotect
my backers, who bet that I would
stay twenty rounds. I JumpM out
of the ring unassisted nfter the
bout. If he thinks he enn stIU Wat
me I will fight htm agnln, tinner
take nil, If ho will make 122 ptunds
ringside, lie claims In bo n feath
er weight, so let him mnkn tt. I
enn do 117 easy." ,
m:w iiomImsti-i law
i:I',.i.m:i in nitr.ui,
Full details regarding the opera
tion of tho new three-ycur home
stead law hnvo been received ty tho
Hall Lake City land office from
Washington, D. C. Its provslons
follow: w
Tho period of resldonco nrAstary
to bo shown In order to mtltte n
person to n patent Is reduced from
flvo to three years, nnd tlo period
In which n homestead wntry tuny bo
completed Is reduced from seven to
flvo yenrs. Tho threo-yeir period
of residence Is fixed from the tlmo
of estnbllshlng nctunl pormtnent res
idence on the land.
It must bo shown Hint net Ml cul
tivation tins been nccomplltled on
certain specified portions of tho
Innd ontered In order to provi title.
Ono-slxtcenth Is the general jropor
tlon necessary.
In case of sickness or disability
tho commissioner of tho Innd office
mny nllow nn extra year on which
to prove. Alter tho establishment
of residence tho ontrymnn imy bo
ubient not inoru tlmti flvo nioithi of
each S'enr. Ho mut file notco of
absence. Tho privilege of connui
tntlon nfter fourteen months' nctu
ul residence Is not affected,
SANITATION' IN STATU
It.MtllKIt HIIOPH (OOD
That there tins been u bit Im
provement In sanitation and It tho
use of clean linen In the birber
hops of tho state Is shown b tho
report of tho Utnh board of birber
examiners for the period outing
June 30th. The report, which hnt
been submitted to (lovernor Sprr
by D. J. Wntts, secretnry of ths
Hoard, gives tho number of barber
towns In tho stntu as 112, number!
of barber shops, 332; number of,
barbers, (12, with fifty-four appren
tices. Seven examination meetings
were held In Salt Lake City during
the ywir. ono In Ogden and one in
Pruvo. Dining the year n Jiundrod
nnd eighty applications for pormlts
wero received by tho board: .1 li
censes wero renewed, forty-four ap
prentice licenses wero Issued and
eluhty-one wero registered, making
a total registration of D26.
KNK.'IIT INTItHHSTS TOHM
TIIKIU LOCAL CO.MPA.W
Provo, July 27. Articles of in
corporation of the Spring Canyon
Coal company have been filed Pro
vo Is the principal place of business;
tho object of the Incorporation Is
to operate coal mines, build and op
erate railroads, tramwa)s, etc Tho
capital stock Is '.100,000. in shares
of the par valus of ten cents .-ach.
The directors and officer are Jmso
iKulght, president; J. William
.Knight, ce proeldcnt; A. M.
(Knight, secretary and treasurer- H.
P Allen and George A. Storrs. Tho
cfimp-iny owns eight hundred acros
of coal land in Carbon county, lo
cated in Spring Canyon near Hel
per, whloh ia already bslng devel
oped nnd to which n railroad la be
ing built from tho Denver and Hlo
Grande i near Helper, a distance of
about flvo mllea.
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$6,000.00 STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF HARDWARH
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r WE CAN SAVE YOU MOINEyB
Nona; to watkii uhkhs
Stato Engineer's Ottlco, Salt J.ako
City, Utah, Juno 28, 1912. Notice is
hereby given that Abo Powell, et nl,
whoso postofflco address Is Prtco,
Utah, hnvo mndo nppllcntlon In ac
cordance with tho roQulrcmonts of
tho Compiled Lawn of Utah, 1907,
nt nmonded by tho Sosslon Laws of
Utnh, 1909 nnd 1911, to npproprl
nto ton (10) cubic-feet of water per
second from Milter Creek, Carbon
county, Utnh. Said water will be
diverted nl a point which bears
mouth tn deg. wost 1320 feol ills
tnnt of tlio. north quarter corner of
Sec. 27, Twp. IS South, Hnngo 9
Hast, Salt Lako base nnd inorldlnn,
from whero It will be conveyed by
means of n canal for n dlstnnco of
20,000 feet nnd there used during
tho period from April 1st to August
31st, Inclusive, of each year, to Irri
gate 700 acrcB of land embraced In
Sees. 19, 24, 25, 2C nnd 30, Twp.
1C South, Hnngo 9 Knst, Snlt Lnko
base nnd inorldlnn. This applica
tion Is designated In tho stato en
gineer's offlco ns No. 4292. All pro
tests against tho granting of said
nppllcntlon, stating tho reasons
thorcfor, must bo mado by affidavit
in duplicate nnd fllod in this offlco
within thirty (30) days aftor tho
completion of tho publication of this
notice CALKD TANNER, Stato
Koglnocr.
Data of first publication July 11,
1912, dato of complotlon of publi
cation Augui 10, 1912.
4 348b. I
NOTICi: I'Olt PUHLICATION
(Publslher). Department of tho In
terior, U. 8. Land Offlco nt Snlt
Lake City, Utah, Juno 22, 1012.
Notice Is hereby glvon thnt Niels C.
Oveson of Clovoland, Utnh, who, on
August 3, 1907, mndo homestead
entry (Serial 02C48) No. 1C933, for
WH NWU (Lots 1 nnd 2), 8BU
NWU, NWU SWU (Lot 3), Sec.
31, Twp. 1G South, Hnngo 10 Kast,
Snlt Lako inorldlnn, hns fllod not
ice of Intention lo make final five
year proof, to establish claim to
the land above described, boforo
William Howard, U. 8. commission
er, nt Huntington, Utnh, on tho
24th day of August, 1912. Claim
nnt names as witnesses Oliver Jen
sen, William Atwood, William Lit
ster, Jnmea Oveson, nil of Clovo
land, Utnh. K. D. II. THOMPSON,
Heglster.
4 348b.
Norrici: foii puiilioatio.v (Pui
Usher). Department of tho Interior
U. S. Land Offico nt Salt Uko City,
Utah, July 9, 1912. Notice Is here
by given that Doll It. Virion of
Clevelnnd, Utah, who, on March
22, 1907, mndo homestead entry
Serial 02429) No. 18072, for Lot 3
NKU SWU, nnd K,4 NWU, Sec.
19. Twp. 10 South, Hnngo 10 Knst,
Snlt Ijiko morldlan, hns filed not
ice of Intention to mnko final flvo
yeor proof, to establish claim to tho
land nbovo desoribed, boforo Wil
liam Hownrd, U. 8. Commissioner,
u Huntington, Utah, on tho 24th
lay of August, 1912. Claimant
names ns witnesses Wlllard Nlol
n. Adolph Axeleon, Moses Tuck
er. John M. Cowley, nil of Cleve
land, Utnh. K. D. K. THOMPSON,
Heglster.
IILAMHD A (lOOD WOHKint.
!"I blamed my hoart for wvoro
Istresa in my loft sldo for two
wars," writes W. Uvuns, Danvlllo,
. "but I know now It was Indl
tioii, na Dr. Klng'a New Life. Pills
JUipletely cured mo." Host for
uwch, liver nnd kidney trouble,
mstlpatlon, hondnoho or debility,
S cents at nil donlors.
WARWICK Famous ntnong tho
ost famous of tho Old Kentucky
hlskloBj wholosomo nnd strongth-
'lng for tho weak, pleasantly in-
tevSrcrnB- For8a,
-1 ,,.....
l'HOIIATi: AND (JL'AHDIAXHHIP
Notices. Consult County Clerk
or tho Hcspcctlvo Signers For
Further Information.
NOTICH TO CHKDITOHS KSTATi:
of Orsoln Vnlcrlo, Deceased. Cred
itors will present claims with vouch
ers to tho undersigned nt Sco field,
Carbon county, Utnh, on or beforo
the 19th dny of November, A. D.,
1912. DOMKNICK VALKHIO, Ad
ministrator of tho Iftitato of Orsoln
Vnlcrlo, Deceased. L. O. Hoffmann,
Attorney.
First pub. July 18; tnst Aug. IE,
1912.
NOTICK UMTi:i HTATKH MM)
Office, Snlt Lnko City, Utah, Juno
24, 1912. To whom It mny con
cern: Notice Is horoby given thnt
tho ttnto of Utnh has filed in this
offlco lists of lands, sclcctod by aald
state, undor See. C of tho net of
congress, approved July 1C, 1894,
ns Indemnity school Innds, viz:
8KU NWU, SWU NKU, NWU
BKU Sec. 34. Twp. 1C South, Hnngo
8 Kast, 8. U M., Sorlnl 09478. Cop
ies of said Hits, so far ns thoy ro
lato to snld tracts by doscrlptlvo
sub-dlvlslons, hnvo been conspicu
ously potted In this offlco for in
spection by nny person intcrcstod
nnd by tho publlo gonornlly. During
tho period of publication of this not
ice, or nny tlmo thcroaftor, and be
fore flnnl npprovnl nnd certification,
under departmental regulations of
April 25, 1907, protests or contests
against tho claim of tho stnto to any
of tho tracts or sub-divisions horo
Inboforo described, on tho ground
thnt tho same la moro valuable for
mineral than for agricultural pur
poses, will bo recolvod nnd noted
for report to tho general land of
flco nt Washington, D. O. Fnlluro
so to protest or contest, within tho
tlmo specified, will bo considered
sufficient ovldonco of tho non-rain-oral
chnracter of tho tracts nnd tho
selections thorcof, being otherwise
froo from objection, will bo approv
ed to tho stato. H. l), rt. THOMP
SON, Register.
J0fir,t ,,Ub' Ju,y ' ,n,t AuB- 1.
For rubber stamps, sheep tngs,
punches, brass nnd nlumlnum
cheeks, otc, placo your orders with
Thn Advocato Publishing Co.
NOTICU L'MTKtltul
Offlco, Salt Lako &
22, 1912. To whea'H
corn: Notlco li fctntH
tho stato of Utah hu A
offlco lists of lands, kiB
snld stnto, under 8M.1VH
of congress, npprort4;-Bfl
na Indomnlly ichMH
NKU SWU Sec t,Ti,H
Rnngo 10 Kait, g. kBB
09907. Copies of uuflX
na thoy rolnto to i!4tB
scrlptlvo sub-dltlilcti JB
conspicuously potttj &
for Inspection by astfB
eatod nnd by the mlB
During tho period oipfil
this notlco, or nay uaBSJ
nnd boforo flnnl swrcn""'
flcntlon, undor dtLBJ
Intloni of April 25, llrB
or contests ngalnit UitSS
stato to any of tht tniRpI
visions horelnbcfort sh-7
tho ground thnt tht e
vnlunblo for mlntnlUi
cultural purpoict, Q
nnd noted for report tt;
land offlco nt Wuh!;
Fnlluro so to proti
within tho tlmo ip
considered sufficient r
tho non-mineral tiix
tracts and tho solecUur.
Ing olhorwlso freo tttx
will bo approved to tii
I). It. THOMPSON, Riri
First pub. July 4; Is
1912.
4 -311b.
NOTICI : I'Olt 1'ITIU
(Publisher). DcpsrtEtSi
tcrlor, U. 8. Landotfkit
City, Utnh, July II, il
ls hereby glvon that Jcb
Is of Price, Utah, vho,s
7, 1908, mado homntMla
(Serial 01032) for8GF
7, Twp, 14 South, Run
Salt Lako Morldlan, hu!
Ico of Intention to mtiife
year proof, to cstahltihtU
land nbovo described, V
clerk of tho District Cot.ii
Utah, on tho 31st day
1912. Claimant nsmtiu
os Jnmea R. Davis, Albwt
Robert W. Powell, Blc
oil, nil of Prico, Utu.
THOMPSON, Heglster.
First pub. July SMh, k
SO, 1912. I
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HI finitely mom utreiigtli. U'm built
HU "r ViiiuhIIhih Mivl tlio lilK'lllt i
HI I'l-lrwl, fhicht Kmlmi, touKlu-.t, 1
III I ".tningt!, Wlf,.ht hUn., ,m, ,,, j
HU IHIIIHIHlllllo coiiMiiuilon. 1
llll Mor'f ,hn' 70,000 now Fords Into
I iwrvioe this sonson -proof thnt thoy 1
I must bo right. Threo pnssongor
I Hoadstor 080 flvo paBsongor tour-
I Jng car S7S0 f. o. b. Snlt Lnko , j
llll J-'v with all oijulpmont. Catn- '
I logue from Ford Motor Company,
llll Dotrolt or from
Gutliiel-Broeker Auto Co.
li Price, Utah.

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