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M ? NOTICE.
H' vd tT'' Carbon County Hoard of Equal
H fxatlon wilt miiot as follows; Juno
' -v 7th, 9th and lOtb, 1916. at 10 o'clock
jH i n, m, of each day.
mm K. 8. 1I0U8U:V.
mW J County Clerk.
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St. Petersburg l the largest In exist
enco. It weighs one thouaand tuna.
For Itent Iteildenco corner Btxth
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property. Suo Mrs. Oicar Hanion.
Kor Kent Two partly furnished
roomi. Kmjulrn of Mra. A. I Jction.
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WANTS 3,000 BINGLES
Big Tigr 0utfiMf Is Out After
Ordinary Hitting In 8etn ef 1I1S
and 1918 Will Send Sam Crawford
Under Wire en to Heele ef
Hani Wagner and Lajele.
Another couple of aearoni will find
Detroit In possession of k "tagger wbo
wilt havo chareo of 3,000 major league
base hits It doesn't tako any great
amount of baseball knowledgo to fig
uro tho nlhlote; thero'a only one Tiger
to whom that honor could go, and
that la 8am Crawford.
Tho big outfleldlng star haa been
with Detroit for twelve years. In the
scatons of 1S04 to 1914 Inclusive Craw
ford made 2,031 hits, an averbgo of
slightly better than 181 to a season
Crawford broko Into major Icaguo
baseball In 1899 as a mctubtr of tho
Cincinnati National leaguo team. In
about thirty games lfo made thirty-two
Ills ycara as a Tiger and the total
of his him art tabulated thus: 1904.
141; 1905, 227, 1006, 16C; 1907, 18S,
1008, 177; 1009, 183; 1910. 167: "11
217; 1912, 189; 1913, 193; 1914, 183
Tho statistics of modern day base
ball aro somewhat deficient, but fig
uring that tho alugger made an aver
ago of 184 hlta a season, which he un
doubtedly did, It can be found that In
'ho aeasona of 1900 to 1903 Incluslvo
ho collected 738 safo awats, thus
bringing the total for his career to
Just ordinary hitting In the seasons
of 1916 and 1916 will send "Wahoo
8am" under tho wire and on to the
heels of Hans Wagner and Larry La
Jole, the only other vctorans- to reach
Crawford proposes setting a mark
that will stand for all time. He has set
upon 3.G00 as the total for his hits,
and, reaching this mark, bo will Just
about put up a mark for alt hlttora to
Harry Tutblll, trainer of the team,
says Crawford has at least flvo more
years to go aa a major league atar
"Unless meeting with an accident,
thero- la no reason why Crawford
should not continue playing almost In
definitely," declared Tuthltl. "Bam
I takoa hotter caro of himself than any
other player In baseball; probably bet
tor care of himself than any other
man In tho country,
"He starts training for & soason
with the beginning of tho year Ho
eliminates all pastries from his food
stuffs, be doesn't drink at any time;
he novor amokea -during tho training
season and seldom out of It, bo Uvea
regularly, tats regularly, and whun n
healthy man at the beginning keepa
up a life like this thero Is no reason
why bo should not contlnuo playing
baseball almost aa long aa ho wishes.
"Crawford Is an Ideal player He la
a player eiery one looks upon with
favor, and he carries the rcspoct of
teammates and opposing playera. He
la easily bandied, and when a man
carrlea thin record there Is nothing to
It Crawford makea good on his
hopes the chances favor the creation
of a record of more than 3.S00 hits.
PLAN POST-WORLD'S SERIES
President Tensr Advances Proposition
to Havo Champions Play Aoalnst
a Picked Team.
President John K. Tcner of the Ntv
tlonal leaguo advances the attractive
proposition to stage a post world's so
rlea on the Pacific coast next fall,
The proposition Intohoa the world'a
champions against a picked team o(
the best playera In thcarlous leaguea.
To say the least thla la novel, and 1
havo no doubt It will bo extremely
taking to tho baseball followers on tho
coast who tiav.i little opportunity to
soo the big fallows In action except
during training seasons,
lu order to accomplish what Presi
dent Tenor proiosea certain legisla
tion will havo to bo put through the
national bodies, but It the rulers ore
convinced that tho meet would bo at
tractive and profitable thero la llttlo
doubt that tho roieaeary legislation
will be forthcoming,
The people of the Pacific coast aro
good ball patrons, and I see no reason
why a post series game like this
should not bo staged for their beneflt,
especially since it promlsca ample re
I turn u.
NOTICE OF THE SALE OF BONDS
( f Carbon County. State of Utab
To Whom It May Concern
Notice Is hereby given that under
ond by authority of a vote of a ma
Jority of the duly qualified voters of.
Carbon County. State of ttah. at an
election held In said county on tho
12th day of April, 191E, favoring tht
Incurring of a bonded nlcbtrdnf
said county In the sum of Thlrljr-one
Thousand Dollars ($31,000) for the
purpose of completing. Improving and
repairing the public highways of Car
hon county, and of all tho precincts
thereof, namely, Winter Quarter Pre
cinct No. 1; Scofleld Precinct No. 2,
t'astlo Oato Precinct No 3, He per
Treclnct No. 4 Spring Olcn Precinct
No 6, Price Precinct No 6; Harper
I'rcclnct No 7, Wellington Prec net
.o 8, Sunnysldo Precinct No 9, Clear
rreck Precinct No 10; Kcnllworth
l-reclnct No 11, Cnrbonvlllo Precinct
No. 12, Ulack Hawk Precinct No. 13,
Knst Hiawatha Precinct No. 13; West
Hiawatha Precinct No 13; Storrs Ire
clnct No 14, Carbon Precinct Ho IB,
tho board of county commissioners of
said Carbon county has duly ordained
that bonds of said county In tho sum
of Thlrtyoiio Thousand Dollars ($31.
000) bo Isucd and sold. Tho said
bonds will bo of tho foco valuo of
Uio Thousand Dollars (I,000) each,
and hear tho date of tho day
of , 1916, and bo payablo
at thcvcnd of 20 years after date here
of, at tho office of tho county treas
urcr of said county, at Prlco. tho
county seat of Carbon county. Utah;
with tho option reserved to the said
county to pay the aamo at any time
after tho expiration of ten (10) years
from their dato thereof, and on or bo
foro twenty (20) years after dato
thereof, and shall bear Interest at tho
rato of flvo (6) per cent per annum
from tho data of their Issuo thereof
until paid, interest payablo scrolan
nually at tho offlco of the county
treasurer of said county at Price, the
county seat thereof Tho said board
of county commissioner on tho 20th
day of April, 1916, duly passed an or-
dlnanco providing that tho said board ,
shall annually lovy a tax sufficient to ,
pay tho Interest on tho said bonds as
tho aamo shall fall due, and also to
constltuto a sinking fund for tho pay
ment of the principal of said bonds at
tho tlmo when same shall become duo
That under and pursuant to an or
der of the said hoard of county com
mlssloncrs passed on tho 20th day of
April, 1916, tho undersigned trras
urcr of said Carbon county was au
thorlzcd and directed to ndrcrtlio for
bids for tho said bonds In certain
newspapers therein named,
Now, therefore, In conformity with
tho said order and under tho direc
tions therein contnlued, tho under
signed treasurer of said Carbon coun
ly glvca notlco that bids will bo ro
eelved by him at his offlco at Price,
tho county scat of said county, until
0 o'clock p. m. on tho 15th day ot
May, 1915, at which time all tho bids
must bo In tho hands ot tlio under
signed. Kach and every bid shall bo nccom
panled by a certified check for a sum
amounting lo flvo (6) per cent ot the
faco valuo ot tho bonds bid for, pay
able to tho order of tho county treas
urcr ot Carbon county, stnto ot Utah
as a guaranty of good faith of tho
bidder and to rolmhurso tho said
county for Its losa and expense In this
behalf incurred In caso tho bidder
shall not perform his bid In tho tlmo
and manner specified In caso of and
alter accoptanco thereof by tho said
county No bids shall bo considered
fur less than tho face valuo of tho
bonds bid for, and tho said county ro
serves tho right to reject any and all
Within 3u daya after tho acceptance
ot any bid offered tho bidder shall
tender (o tho treasurer of tho said
county ot hla offlco tho amount of his
bid In cash (lawful money ot tho
United Slates of America) and In case
of failure so to do tho acceptanco of
such bll by said county ahall become
null and void at Its option, and the
deposit acompanyliig auch bid for
feited to said county.
County Treasurer of Carbon County,
First publication, April 23. 1915.
IAat publication, May 14, 1915.
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
Stato Engineer's Offlco, Salt Lake
City, Utah, April 22, 1915. Notlco Is
hereby given that Ocorgo A. Schultx
and W. L. Meagher, whoso postofflco
address Is Ulack Hawk, Utah, havo
made opllcatlon In accordanco with
tho requirements of tho compiled
laws of Utah, 1907, as amended by tho
session lawa ot Utah, 1909 and 1911,
to aproprlate six (G) cubic-feet of
water per second from Sarvlsberry
Crcok, Carbon county, Utah. Said
water will bo diverted at a point which
bears south 35 minuter oast 1,760 feet
from the southwest corner ot Soctlon
2, Township 15 South, Ilango 8 Ilant,
Salt Lake base and meridian, and con
vcyed by means of a ditch for a dig
lance of about 7.600 feet, and there
used from April 1 to September 30.
hfclus re. of each year, to Irrigate 660
.ire. , o 'land embraced In Section 18.
Tonnihlp 15 Bouth, Hange 9 Kaat,
and Sections 13 and 14, Town
ship IS South, Hange 8 tast. Salt
like base and meridian. In au
dition to tho quantity of water above
specified, the applicants Intend to ap
propriate one hundred (100) aero
feet of water, which will bo atored
during tho period from March 1 to
September 16, Inclusive, of each year,
In two reservoirs embraced In the
east half of Section 10, Township IB
South, Hango 8 East. Tho center Ot
tho Impounding dam of the upper res
ervoir Is located ot a point which
bears south 73 degrees west 2.020 feet
from tho southwest corner of 8cCtlon
2 township and rango aforesaid, and
I tho center of the Impounding dam of
the lower reservoir Is located at a
point which bears south 2 degrees 42
mlnules west 1.675 feet from tho eald
corner of 8cctlon 2 Tho water will
bo rcleoEcd and allowed to flow down
the natural channel to tho point ot
diversion described above a distance
of 1.670 feet, where It will bo recov
cred ond conveyed by means of a
ditch for a dlslanco of 7,600 feet and
there used In connection with tho six
(6) cubic feet of water per second, to
Irrigate tho land above described
This application Is designated In the
stato engineer's offlco as No. 6063
All protests against tho granting of
raid application, stating tho reason
therefor, must bo mado by affidavit In
dupllcntc, accompanied by a fco of
12 60, and filed In this offlco within
thirty (30) daya after tho completion
of tho publication of this notice V.
D IIEKIIS. Btato Engineer.
Dato of first publication, Aprlt 30,
191.1, dato of completion of publica
tion, May 31, 1916.
For Kent Two largo front rooms,
unfurnished, IS a month. Enquire ot
Mrs. Alfred Perkins.
NOTICE. - m
Notlco is hereby gTetl ... fl
trustees ot Price school itXmT
Carbon county, state of Utn 2? K
eclvo sealed proposals for ik.T "Will
log of a school house, on it. T. 'Nimll
In Price, Utah, in arcoc?1
plana and specifications. kuj ggggL.
bo furnlahed by the undr,wLl
his offlco la Price. Utah" To? fciSsr '
R Mlllor, architect, at uTjmf"
619 Vermont building. Salt !?
Utah, upon application AlUnlifcK
must be delivered to the undi'iggUk
not later Uian 7.30 o'clock "2 Stw
22, 1916, at which time and .tv.'
flco, all proposals so received m SlM
opened. "- U"
Tho eald trustees reserve th HHtfl
lo reject any and all bids. "ggU
FIttCn SCHOOL DISTRICT OP n.sB
HON COUNTY, STTB OP trtiSgW
Dy THOMAS FOtTB. rSBlt
First pub. April 30, last May jjBjI
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