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H. PAOK BIX.
H iM ammmcoMtrmMunemmmmmmnmmmmmamm
- A YEAR !
IN A GOAL MINE
f ii- JOSEPH
h ...,. G"Bp07 HUSBAND
V The Author.
B An Underground City.
mlimtI3 was comparatively llttto
ga In tho mine. Bach morn
ing a wo entered our room
wc made n rough test for gas,
B for occasionally during tho nljrlit Rome
B door down In tho entry wns accidental-
B ly left open, nnd tho nlr current, short
B circuital, might fall to reach up Into
V tho mom nnd clean out tho over gener
H sting Ran. Ami no an we left the en
B try we would tnkn our lamp from our
B cap and, walking one Ik-To re tho nth
BBBi. er, Itoliltnic them out before us nnd
BBBt slowly lifting them nhove our head.
BBJ watch to nco If n sudden spurt of htuc
BBBt damo from the pit lnmp would ill
KBBf done the presence of "firedamp." the
H most feareil of nil mine gnse
B There In always noine can up under
H the roof nt the hend of n room or nn
H entry, nnd when tho cant were loaded
H wo would sometime burn It out. hold
H Ing our In in pi high up ngnlnxt tho roof
R until tho can up In tho end of n drill
H hole, or In n hollow of n rock- bunt
H suddenly Into n noft blue nnd yellow
H- Home that puffed out ngnlnst the roof
H and down toward our baud. There
H wan never much of II, but nnco In
H awhile where tho drill bored through
H Into npockct there wan tnoro can than I
B tho men anticipated, nnd twice I have '
HBX ccn men coma staggering down the
HBM ntry, holding their face In their
HBK hands, when tho llama had swerved
HBB fttddenly down nnd cnught them, Wo
BBB could nlwayn hear It the trickling, like
BBB wilier running orer pebble and nome
BBB .times, ton, n wo nnt and walled we
BBB could hear far up In tho strata ahovu a '
BBB sudden crackling nn the pressure of
BBB 400 feet of notld stone bent lieneath Its
BBB weight tho supporting tlmliern nnd pll
BBB lain of ronl Hint held up tho roof of
BBB (ho mine. OM miner call these noise I
HBB tho "working" of n mine, nnd often
BBB where the moiun wore clone togothcr (
BBB nnd the walln of ronl between them
BBB were thin (hero wan n constant split! i
BBB terlng sound and louder noise Hint
BBB would brine tin nuihleuly to our feet In i
BBB a llttlo panic of fear
HBj It In not the loading nor the lone
BBB hour with tho nhovel nnd pick that
BBB grind Into the hraln, but It U tho nl
BBB' lence and, tho watting, the silence and
HBB then the sounds, nnd then the lllenee
BBB A coal mluo In n rant city In an un
BBj eVground world, llettdo tho hoisting
BBflj nhaft, down which the men aro lower
BBH d into the tnlno nnd from which the
BBH real U lifted In great "nklpn" or more
BBBj often In the mine can themselves.
BBBj Uiero l thn nlrnhaft Theso are uiuab
BBBJl ly the only two connection tutwecn
BBBK te mine nnd tho outer world, Hhoft
BBJi t, where we worked, wan about 400
BBVJi tttt below the nurfarn nnd comprUed
BBBs "!" nerenty-nre mile of tunnels laid
BBVE t by tho engineer' transit, accord.
BBBj to a perfect aytm for the bsntltur
BBfli of the coal and the ultimate ralnlnc of
BBH ' l maximum quantity. Krum the air
BBBJ nhaft to the hobtlnx nhaft ran the
BBBJj main tunnel or entry, and parallel and
BBVj At riijht angle with thin tunnel ran
BBB other cotrlea. dlrldlne tho mine Into
HBB creat nectlon.
HhW Uowd into the nlrahaft ercry hour of j
BBfl tao day and uhjht an onormnu fan In
BBVJ llj8 fauhouio at the top of Ue ahaft ,
BBBJ pouped air Into tho mine, and by
BBVl meaun of many door, ttopplnc and
BBVb bridsca or "orcrcaiU" thl itrong cur-
BBB Knt of air turned tbroueh ercry mile
BBBB Jf tunnellnt. ucrcr crowing Its own
BBBB Ptl' and never atopplng until It again
BBVB reachetl the main entry, but thin time I
BVB t tho foot of the hoUtlog nhaft,
BBVX .through' which, fouled by tho gate.
BBVB the duat and Impurltlea of the mine, It !
BBVB poured out n cold blait In aummer and
BBB ln winter a pillar of mlity vapor that
BBV ateended far Into the atructum of the
BBBj tipple tower above the abaft mouth.
BBB To keep thta current of air from taking"
BBBj the path of the leaat renlntanco and
BBVB "abort circuiting." cutting off wholo
BBBJ aectlona of the mine, there waa ar-
BBBH rangeit a ayateni of doom which were
BB opencit to allow tho trains and the
BBB TO,ne car to paaa and closed again
BBB .when they had cona through. An an
BBB Additional precaution to tako care of.
BBB tbt Ufeblood circulation, without
BBB Which work In tho mine would bo Ira.
BBBj poialblo, inspectors, whono duty It was
BBB to raeaauro tho strength of the current
BBB nd to liupoct tho door and stopping
BBB ( c Hint no part of the mine escop.
BBB od tho cleansing d-afr, passed con.
BJBBt stantly from place to place. tebg for
BBBT "'o presenco of gn with their safety
B rumps and ever measuring the oliimn
BBB "d How of tho air current.
BBBJ -And through all this vast system of
BBBB tunnels rnn tho great underground
B electric railway, with Its low hanging
BBB "Ire, Its switching stations, Its tld-1
BBBB ,ncs and It main belt line. Hinall
BBBB electric locomotives ln tho various nut-'
BBB lyliiff Hcctlou of tho mine gathered the
BBBj londed curs from tho roomn whero thoy i
BBB "ero filled by the loaders and made!
BBBB' UP tho trains on Bldlngs near tho main
BJBBB tclt lino. All day long tho largo thlr-
FBB tec" ton locomotlrm gathered tluo
Bb tralmi nnd dragged them past tho acnlo
BBB bouse, whero Old Sinn Davis checked
BBBJ VP th0 weight of the loaded cars to
BBBBB vacb mpn's credit, to tbo crcqt pit be-
tween the rtilli at the foot of the hnlnt.
Ing shaft where bnlf nnked, blackened
Oreeks lieat open thn hopper bottoms
and dropped the coal down into tho
waiting bins below, nnd from the bins,
with automatic regularity, giant buck
ets, or "sklpV lifted the coal 400 feet
upward to the open nlr and then llfty
feet more to the top of the tipple tow.
er, where, like n tumbling torrent It
poured down over the sorting nereenn
Into the railroad earn beneath,
There were 400 men on the day shift,
nnd the loaders were, for tho mot
part llulirarlntM nnd fl rocks. Few
npoke KiirIMi, nnd few had been many
years In America Koine worked nnd
I'liutu liy Amrlcmi Prran AMoclatlon
1 Tht Loidid and "Trlmmtd"' Car.
' vcil in order tu rvturu ut n future
!dny to the old country nnd purchase
with their earning nu ucn or two that
would give them n position In the little
. vlllnge of their birth. Other plodded
on, svndliig monthly ramlttauce to
their families nnd hoping against hope
! that they, too, might some day return.
I Othom, with tes strong ties of home
i and country, spcut their earnings
' prodigally ou, gay clothe from thn
i company storo and much beer In the
I evening at tho long boarding bouses
halt a mile from tbo mine.
ITheni was lllg John, n huge Ilulga
rlan gUut who had figured that n dol
lar a day wan nutllcleut to give him all
I that life offered- Ills great body was
abto to earn twlco that sum during tbo
I working day, for wo were pnld entire-
ly by piecework, and n loader, at the
i rate of ISVi rents n ton. might earn a
high a $'12T) a day. Hut he wn lazy,
j and, lenrulng that tho only excuse for
J UiIucks was sickness, each day at 1!
I o'clock In tbo afternoon Ulg John pre-
, sentiM himself to rcte Curlitofnlun. (he
"cage Iwnn." at the mine bottom nnd.
rubbing his stomach with one hand,
told him, "Mo idek Thet place uo
I' got steam; no can work " nnd demand
ed that ho be allowed to lenve the
mine There were others who would
work nt night In addition to the day
I If they were permitted, An old Hat
nlau nnd hi son. who would enter the
mine on ttui earliest shift In the morn
ing, worked nil dny long, enraged nnd
clamoring for car If they did not re
ceive empties Immediately, aud some
times the track men on the night shift
would find them loading all the empty
I cars that they could llnd nnd leaving
I late at night to retire nloue to tho cor
ner or tho room at the boarding home
In which they lived.
Once or twice on Oreek church day
the white starched kllta and braided
Jackets of Macedonia gave color to the
. dingy streets, ami once came a half
dozen Egyptians who added their coji
! per farts to our medley of nations.
Tho head men were Americans, Scotch
men aud llngllnhmen. I cnu remember
how "Uncle Jimmy" wept on tho
1'ourth of July when the baud played
"Dixie" and how quiet steel eyed San
dy would tako hU fiddle (Harry Lau
der had been in St Louis that winter)
: nnd. marching up urn! down ttio little
I parlor of his house, stroke out with no
tender touch, hut with a wealth of feel
ing, "I Love n Lassie."
"Llttlo Dick," Interpreter, spoko ten
tonguw mid read Virgil. When hewn
drunk juu might guotw that ho had
been once a gentlemou nnd that there
was n reasou for his leaving Australia.
Dull hohrlety vulgHrlied him.
Iu eery tnnnol rnii tho long, thin
plpo along the rail through which
cnuio tho compressqd air to drivo the
nlr drilln of tho night ahlft. Tho air ln
the room headings was supposed to be
good enough for men to work in If It
was frco from gai, but sometime
when tbo amoko from tho pit lamps
nnd the Bratll of sweat aud gar-
THi: KASTKR.V UTAH ADVOCATE. THIflMllAV. Mill, 27. 1013. -
lie and the fine clouds of coal dust
that rose ngalnst tho roof with every
shovelful rondo It rantci'nnd cboklng
wo wonld take our picks nnd, working
looiio tbo valve In tho air pipe, hold
our bauds nnd faces Id tho strong, coot
stream that seemed to come, driven
by an unknown power, from a world
The temprmtiire In a mine Is about
the name year In and year out-coot In
summer nnd warm In winter In com
pariion to the outer nlr. Hut when the
exertion of labor brought the sweat
streaming out from every noro tho wa
ter In our dinner buckets ncemcd
sometime almost too warm to drink,
nnd It wim Jim who taught me to loos
en the vnlve on the nlr pipe nnd. prop
ping my dinner bucket with a chunk
of ronl ngnlnst tho vent, chill tbo wa
ter with n blast of compressed air.
Vny after day we loaded, nnd one
dny when the great pile of coal that
had been shot down by the night men
had been shoveled Into tho cars and
I dragged nwny and wo had attacked
j tho loosened blocks nt tho head of tbo
room with our picks there was a hol
low sound, and n mlnuto later my pick
struck through, and we fonnd that wo
had broken into tbo bending of a room
I driven from another entry ln the op
posite direction from ours, and half an
hour Inter wo wcro talking to two
Greckn who bad climbed through the
(To bo continued.) i
jAlti: YOU A COLO Huwimmt?
I Tako Dr. King's Now Discovery.
Tho boat cough, cold, throat and
lung raodlclno made. Money rs
i funded If It falls to euro you. Do
not hesltnto tako it at our risk,
j First doo helps. J. It. Wells, Kloy
, ilndn, Tox., write: "Dr. King's New
. Discovery cured my terrible cough
nnd cold. I gained f Kteon pound."
Huy It nt all dealers. Advt.
i . i:. woods
Will prnctlco ln all tho court of
ho state. Office nt tbo county
ry.irt house, I'rloe, Utah,
it. i. Hour
Practices In all the courts ot tho
i Into nnd tho federal courts. Office,
Klghth floor Kearns Ilutldlng, Salt
Lnko City, Utnb.
c. . mcviiinni:y
Will prnctlco In oil tho court
of tho ntatc. Offlco at County Court
House, I'rlco, Utah.
I'irOKltALD llltOS. LAND CO.
t:& Atlas lllock, Salt Lake City.
II. J. Kltxgorald, Attorney.
OffJfo Front Iloom Kko Thoator
Ilulldtng, Price, Utah.
W. I). LIV1NHSTON
Wntor and ralnlnn litigation glvon
special attention. Land matters, col
lections and all local business. Will
practlco In all tho courts. Doyd
Vnrk Dulldlng, Salt Lnko City, Utali.
Samuel A. King Claude L. King
KIN'f; A' KINO
Commercial lllock, Salt Lake City.
Practices In all courts ot tho state.
Also in tho fodoral courts. Offlco
Corner "II" and Eighth streets.
fl. A. lVUltSON
Will practice in all tho courts of
tho state. Office at rosldonce,
North Ktghth Street, ono block from
Main, Price, Utah.
llll'IIAItl) II. THUHMAN
Will practice In all stato and
fodoral courts. 222 Uoston Ilulld
ing, Salt Lake City, Utah.
a. v. hom:.Nsa
Pli)kliliu und Kurgeou
Specialist in women's and chil
dren's diseases. Ooneral surgery
and medlclno. Office, Commercial
nnd Bavins Dank nulldlng, phono
84, Prlco, Utah.
- -. ISCHLL.NHOJIH "
it. j. Tun.vim
, Chll mid Mlnlnj; Hnglncxir
Survoya of nil kinds. Mine ex
aminations nnd roporu on coal
lands, p. o. Dox 32, Prico, Utah.
MCTUOMST M'lNISTEIt ItnCOM-
' COUOII HEMKDY.
I Hcv. James Lowls, Mllaca, Minn.,
'writes: Cbamborlain's Cough Hom-
edy has been a needed and wolcomo
gliost In our homo for a number of
yearn, t highly recommend It to my
fellows M being a medlclno worthy
of trial In cases of colds, coughs
land croup." Olvo Chamberlain's
Cough Itemody a trial nnd wo aro
confident you will find It vory of
1 fectual nnd contlnuo to uso It as
j occasion requires for yearn to come,
as mnny others havo dono. For
sale by nil dealers. Advt.
XOTIC12 I'OU PUIILIOATIO.V
Coal Kntry. (Sees. 2318-52, it. 8.)
Land Offlco nt Salt Lnko City, Utah,
February 6, 1913. Notlco Is here
by glvon that Charles It. Costing of
Ogdon, county of Weber, stnto of
Utah, who, on tho 11th day ot March,
1912, fllod In this offlco coal de-
claratory statement for tho 8H ,
NEU nnd NWliSBU of Sec. 10,
Twp, 13 South, Kango 9 Host, Salt
Lnko meridian, has this day filed ;
In thin offlco application to purchoso '
said land under tho provisions of ,
Sectlona 2348 to 23G2, U. S. Ituvls-
od Statutes. Scrlnl 09499. Any ;
nnd alt porsons claiming ndverscly ,
tho lands described, or donlrlng to ,
object for any reason to tho onlry
thereof by applicant should fllo their '
nffldnvltA of protest ln this offlco
during tho thirty-day period or pub- ,
ltcatlon Immediately following tho
first printed lnsuo of this notlco. '
K. D. It. THOMPSON, UegUtor. '
First pub. Feb. 13; last Mch. 13-13.
IX THIS HKVISXTH JUDICIAL Dis
trict Court of tho Htato of Utah, In
nnd For Carbon County. Gulsop
pltm (Sravlano, Plaintiff, -s. Mnttco
Umvlano, Defendant. Summons
Tflo Stoto of Utah to tho aald de
fendant: You aro hereby summon
ed to appear within twonty days ni
ter service ot tht summons tipon
you, If served within tho county In
which thta notion Is brought, other
wise, within thirty day attor nor
vloe nnd defend the nhove entitled
action; and In oaio ot your falluro
so to do, Judgment will bo rendered
atratnst you according to the de
mand ot tho complaint, which lias
been filed with tho clork ot said
court. This notion is brought to
recovor a Judgment dissolving tho
bonds of matrimony horotoforo ox
ItrtUv: between you nnd tho plain
tiff. Dated January 2, 1913. Hoff
mann & Woods, Plntntlff'ii Attor
neys. P. O. Addrtws, Price, Carbon
First pub. Fob. 6; last Mch. C-13.
XOTIUI3 11)11 I'UIILICATIOX
Coal Kntry. (Boot. 2348-52, It. H.)
Land Offlco nt Salt Lnko City, Utah,
February C, 1913. Notlco Is hare
by given thnt David 8. Tracy of Og
don, county of Wooer, atnte of
Utah, Who, on tho Uth day of
March, 1913, filed In this offlco
coal declaratory statement for tho
8KBKU Bee. 10; NWUNISJJ:
NBWNWU of Boo. IB, Twp 13
South. Itango 9 Kaat, Salt liko
meridian, ho this day filed In thl
offlco application to purchaso said
land undor tho provision of Sec
tions 2348 to 23S2. U. 8. Ilovlsed
Statute. Serial 09498. Any nnd
nil portions claiming adversely tho
lands dntorlbed, or donlrlng to ob
ject for any reason to tho ontry
thereof by applicant, should fllo
their affidavit ot protewt in this of
flco durlnc tho thirty-day porlod of
publication Immediately following
tho first printed Issuo of thta no
tlco. B. I). It. THOMPSON. Ileguitcr.
Flrat pub. Fob. 13; last Mc,h. 13-13.
NOTICE nm PUHLIUATIOX
Coal Kntry. (Boca. 2348-53, 11. B.)
Land Offlco nt Salt Lake City, Utah,
February 5, 1913. Notlco I here
by given thnt William I. Norton of
Ogdon, county ot Weber, ntnte of
Utah, who, on tho Uth day of
March. 1912, fllod In thhi offlco
coal declaratory atatomont for tho
8W8WU and NWUBW'i of Bee.
10, Twp. 13 South. ItanKo 9 East,
Bait Lako morldlan, haa thla day fllod
In thU offlco application to purchase
said land undor tho provisions of
Sections 2348 to 2352, U. 8. Ilovls
ed Btntuto. Borlal 09497 Any
nnd all pomoiui claiming adveruoly
tbo lands described, or desiring to
object for any roason to tho ontry
thoroof by applicant should fllo tholr
affldavUa of protost ln this offlco
during tho thirty-day period of pub
lication Immediately following tho
find, printed Issuo of this notlco.
K. D. It. THOMPSON, Iteglstor.
First pub, Fob. 13; last Mch. 13-13.
NOTICE l-Olt PUHLIUATIOX.
(Publisher.) Departmont of tho In
terior. U. 8. Land Offlco nt Bait
Lako City, Utah, January 20, 1913.
Notlco Is hereby glvon that Calvin
Christopher Clauson of Jllawathu,
Utah, who, on Novombor 9. 1909,
made llomwtead Entry, No. 050C7.
for NV48WU. NWttSKli, Bee. 29
and NKHSE14, Bee. 30, Twp. 15
Soulh, Ilnnge 9 East, Bait Lako
meridian, has filed notice of Inten
tion to make final three-year proof,
to estnbllsh claim to tho land nbovo
doaerlbod, before tho clerk of the
district court, nt Price, utnh, on
tho 3d dny of April, 1913. Claim
ant name as wltnowo Peter Jou
nakoa of Hiawatha, Utuh; petor
Frandson of Prlco. Utnh; Josoph
Frnndson ot Price. Utah, nnd Frank
E, Bmlth of Hiawatha, Utnh. K. D
11. THOMPSON, Register.
First pub. Jan, 30; last Mch. 6-13.
Rfe Suills B1
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jl best materials, the newest and moj
popular shades, and prices made to
j; quality. You are sure of a perfect ha
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XOTIUI-UXlTKD KTATIM ia.NII
Office, Salt Lako City, Utnh, Jan
uary 22, 1913. To Whom It May
Concern: Notlco Is hereby glvon
thnt tho stnto of Utah has filed In
this offlco lists of lands, selected by
tho said state, under Bee 6 of tho
net of congress, npproved July 1C,
1894, ns indemnity school lands,
viz: Lot 4, nnd NWUBKU. BI-SU
8KU, Sec. 3, Lot I. Hoc. 4. Twp. 12
South, Itango 15 Bant, H. L. M
Serial 010915. Copies of said
lints, so far as thoy rolato to
said tracts by descriptive sub-divisions,
havo been conspicuously post
ed In this otfico for Inspection by
any person interested nnd by tho
public gonornlly. During tho porlod
ot publication of this notlco, or nny
tlmo thoroafler, nnd boforo final ap
proval and certification, undor do
partmontal regulation of April 26,
1907, protests or contest ngalnst
tho clnlm of tho stnto to nny ot tho
tracts or nub-division horolnboforo
described, on tho ground that tljo
samo is more valuable for mineral
than for agricultural purposes, will
bo received and notod for report to
tho general land offlco at Washing
ton, D. C. Fntluro so to protest or
contest, within tho tlmo spoclflod,
will bo constdorod sufficient ovl
donco of tho non-mineral character
ot tho tracts and tho solocllons
thoroof, being otherwise free from
objection, will ho approved to the
stnto. K. D. It. THOMPSON, Hogls
tor. First pub. Feb, C; laat Mch. 6-13.
XOTICIS UXITISD HTAT1M LAXD
Office, Salt Lako City, Utah, Jan
uary 23, 1913.-TO Whom It May
Concorn: Notlco Is hereby glvon
thnt tho stnto of Utah has fllod In
this offlco lists ot lands, solected by
tho said stnto undor Bee. C ot tho
act of congress, npproved July 1C,
1894, as Indomnlty school lands,
vltj Ixita 3 nnd 5, 8oc. 7, Twp. 13
South, Kango 10 ISant, and HKK
NBU, See. 12, Twp. 13 South,
Itango 9 Kaat, 8. L. M., Borlal
03545. Coplea of aald llstn, so far
a they rolato to aald tract by de
ncrlptlve sub-divisions, havo boon
conspicuously postod in this offlco
for Inspection by any person inter
ested nnd by tho publlo generally.
During tho porlod of publication of
thla notlco, or nny tlmo thoroaftor.
and before final approval of certifi
cation, undor dopartmontnl rogula
tlona of April 26, 1907, protosts or
contests ngalnst the claim of tho
atnto to ncy of tho tract or sub
divisions horolnboforo doscrlbod, on
tho ground that tho samo is moro
valuable for mineral than for ngrl
culturnl purposes, will bo recolvod
and notod for report to tho general
land offlco nt Washington, D. C.
Falluro bo to protost or contest,
within tho tlmo spoclflod, will bo
considered sufficient ovldcnco of
tho non-mlnornl character of tho
tracts nnd tho solocllons thereof,
bolng othorwlso free from objection
will bo npproved to tho state E.
1). II. THOMPSON, noglstor.
First pub. Feb. C; last Mch. C-13.
We're tho pioneers iu xiro Insur
ance, Btonm bollor and pinto glass
Insuranco nnd nbstnictors ot titles
at Prlco. it. w. Crockett & Co.
Aak us for rates on tiro insuranco
boforo placing your policies. Itatos
aro changing. It. W. Crockott &
XOTIUK FOK Pt 1ILIC.U
(Publisher,) Department of:
torior, U. B. Ixuid Office i
Lako City, Utah, January II
Notlco In hereby given thn
IS. Annls, whoso pontoftlcs i
is 201 Dooly building, Sil
City, Utnh, did, on tho 2811
Boptomber, 1912, fllo In Hi
sworn statomont and appS
No. 010562, to purchofto Un
NISU. Bee. 14. Twp, 11
Itango 9 ISast, Salt Lako Br
and tho timber thoroon, nn
provision ot tho net ot l
1878, nnd nets amondatory,
n tho "Timber and Btono U
such valuo as might ho fUM
pralsomont, nnd that, pun
iiuch application, tho land w
ber thereon havo boon tf
valuo $100.00, thq atone
nt 1100.00, and that said ifi
will offor final proof In is;?
hla application and swoa
mont on tho 25th day of )
1013, boforo tho register u
colvor ot tho Unltod States b
flee, at Salt Lnko City, VUX
person Is nt liberty to prou
purchano boforo ontry, or I lis
contest at any tlmo befort)
Issues, by tiling a oorrobort"
fldavlt In this offlco, tMettH
which would dofoat tho est!
D. It. THOMPSON, Itogbiter.
First pub. Jan. 1C; lont Mch.)
XOTICIS TO WATISH Vt
Blato ISnglncor'a Offlco, Silt
City, Utnh, Feb. 17, 1913. i
U hereby glvon that A. W.
on, whoso poatofflco nddrewl
chewio, Utah, has rundo aj(&
ln nccordnnco with tho roqolrv
of tho Compiled Lawn ot
1907, us nmondod by the
Laws ot Utah, 1000 and W
approprlato two and one-hall
cubtc-feot of wntor per secol
an unnamed stream In Cnrbc
ty. Utah. Bald water will
vorted nt a point which beam
nlno degree fifteen mlnuta
966 foot dlstnnt of the soutli
tor corner of Bee. 13, Twp, ll
Itango 8 Kant, Bait Lako bt
morldlan, from whoro It wlllV
veyetl by moans of n ditch I
dlstnnco of 3200 foot oM '
usod from March 1st to Bt'
30th, Incluslvo of oaeli year,.'
rlgato 160 acres of land e
In Sec. 24, Twp. 11 South, W
Kaat, Salt Lako bano and n1
As much ot said wutor m
nocoary will bo ubwI durlK
entire year for domostlc pf
This application Is denlgni
tho stnto engineer's office
4843, All protosto ngalnst tf
Ing of Hold application, static
rensotw tlmrofor, must bo
nffldavlt In dupllcato nr.d tlf
thte offlco within thirty U'l.'
aftor tho confplotlon of the J
tlon of this notlco. CALK"!
NISU, state ISnglnoor. 1
Dato of first publlcutlon Ft)
1913, dato of completion old
cation March, 20, 1013. 'I
Ovor throo hundred foroii g
blankB in stock nt Salt L!
aud Provo prices. AdvocaUl
llihlng Co Advt. A
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