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CHRONOLOGY FOR YEAR
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H .JaP . -Hun;arlan delegate were
B hnroJctl the term of peace
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H lieM flrst meeting In Pari
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H . ,,B- -Hllnd efueej to a rrender
M I lie rerner German emperor to th allien
H JKge.bMvta given more Dpi to reply
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H Jan 14-flattl between I'oie and Bui-
H ahevlklalMg the Dvlna reported
H Jan JT-defieral Denlklnt and IIT ref-
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B Uc cowpforwii offered by Italy
J. M-irkralnlana announced ihey had
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B r,Jrtji. KTear concluded between B-
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H r F9 -Llat of Herman accused of war
B rlmea, headed by former crown prince.
M handed to German representative by
H ..ab C-nuielan aovlet troop entered
H feu. T-Admtral Kelchak and hi pre
H mler aieeuled by revolutionist
H .Feb leDance woo tn pleblecll In
H North Behleswlg.
M President Wilson notified alllea ho would
H not assent to pieposed settlement of
H Adriatic question
H eb U-Lett declared arml.tlce with
H aovlet Iluesla,
H Feb, it-Supreme council agreed lullan
H may remain In Constantinople, under
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H AIMe agreed Germany might try the
M war vandal, reserving the right to try
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H tlenHaalln of th tMrdanellea and til
H r4t. -H4n Holahevlkl announced
H lit onMure of ArctMnael
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H !' -ovll Itueeta mail olfer of
H pee t United Htatea, Japan and ltou-
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H cf DeeiHtln' Kuban Coeeaok tri and
H ule tke Mur of htavrotwl
H ltrch I llolleixl again rfued lo ur-
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H , lMrnwMdl because aermany was xnoibit
H I lu HMny troop Into Itulir illstrut and
H wa vmMTwtea rtlervganling the trewity
H April t-Uernwny fgrinany protaeled
H antiiw frencti advanr.
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H main In Constantinople mit tlt arda
H nellee ittould be InleriMtlnnaliied
H A If". - eKipf etiw iouiwll. having
B r.iioew.1 aireeiuent on Turkey and tier-
H nmeiy, warned Derlln treaty mutt Ue Nt.
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H yielded t jail Japan' demand
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H of Oeergla had been concluded """""'
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BBD M'i; -IIUhvlkl drov llrlllsli from
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H Jun Huthenlan decided to Join I'ole
B In war en soviet Humia. '
BBB Jun ll-Pot evacuated Kiev
BBJ Juno -Uolhvtkl opened midsummer
BBBI drlv nglnst I'ole,
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KB of Italian army mutinied at Anion
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BBBB ..J.u,y J-'Mk Mptured Bruwa In Asia
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BBBB July Allied and Oennan reprctenla.
H live, met at Spa. H.lglum. to Tll.cul.
BBBJ dkwrmttmnt clu of peace treaty
BBBJ July I-fortrese of ltono In VolluiiUi
BBBJ July ll-Allle.1 supreme council agreed
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BBBa! VIU' 'ile lf ,rangl surrendered.
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BjBBT luring Jafar Tayar
BJBBJp, July -ltuMlans took Jllalystok and
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BBBB -.''Jf "otlatlon begin at Barano.
BBBa! kAif 'T-Fortresa of Brest. I.ltovsk taken
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BBBB Ban Bebaatlan adopted French plan for
BBBJ International general staff of military ei
BBB Prl" Al, adopted Hoof plan for In.
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BBBJ Itueso.I'ollsh negotiation Interrupted.
BJBB Ituitlan continuing their advanie
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1 Aug S-I.enue i l Inter-
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Aug 4 Uoyd George Issued ultimatum
to Hulan representatives
roles agreed to meet Russian nt Minsk
Aug I-Bolshevlkl rejected Drltlsh plan
for ten-day armistice
Aug s-llrltleh labor leader warned
government against war to aid Toland
Aug 20-United State notified Italy It
would support 1'oland "with all avail
"".. mean" against dlememberment
would never recognise the eovlet regime,
or permit other nation to slice off Ilus
ln territory i and suggested withdrawal
of Husslen troops from Poland nd for
eign troop from lluesla a a mean to
end present war
Turkish peace treaty signed
Aug 11 French government announced
It recognised th Wrangel government In
eouth nuesla and would give It aid and
broke orr relations with soviet representn
live In London
Letvla and soviet Ituesla algned peaee
treaty, and Finland and Russia agreed
on an armistice
Aug iiMlawa captured by the Uol
Ilolshevtkl captured Sotdsu
Aug l(-Ituaeo-Potlah armistice nego
Uatlons opened at Minsk
Great bottle for possession of Warsaw
i A. '-Iol repulsed Russian and
launched three counter offensive.
.iA.ufi.1,unl, wrrldor cleared of IJol
Aug jn-Pole recaptured Blalystok
Aug. 51-I'olfs, having destroyed or dla
perseil four of the five llolehevlk armies
rejected Russian peace term
Aug it-General Wrangel opened great
offensive In south Russia, taking Novo
rfjl& and other cities and th Doneti
tuF BHd recaptured Orodno and
' qltl evacuated Illalyatok
Aug 11 Ukrainian opened drlv
gainst the Ilolshevlkl,
Peac conference at Mlnlk broke up
Sept. I-Uudenny's IUJ army In Oallcla
destroyed by the Pole,
flept -Illg defeat of Red by Oineral
Sept. t O'Annuntlo proclaimed the
lullan regency of Quarnero "
Bept. so-Nlnth lesalon of gu of
Nation council adjourned after persuad
Ing Poland and Lithuania to auspsnd
botllltle and arbitrate their difference.
and Finland and Sweden to arbitral Con.
Cernlng the Aland Island.
'oljah-Husslan peace conference opened
Sept a-Poleeand Uthuirtan resumed
Oct s-Vllna netted by Polish troope
(let ll-Poland and soviet Russia algned
Wrangel began offensive against new
Hlsth aovlet army.
Oct H Rusao-Flnnlah peat treaty
Oct 17 Japanese and Korean troops
fought In Manchuria
uereai or wrangel near Kakhovka an.
Nov 1-Herlou defeats of Wrangel'
Nov IS-Italy and JugO'SVavIa reached
agreement on Adriatic dlspui.
Nov M-Complel eolla of Wran
gel' forces In the Crimea.
Nov U tragus of Nations assembly
opened first meeting In Geneva, Paul Hy
mn ne of llelglum elected prealdent
Nov It Ukrainians routed by Red. '
losing Kiev and other town.
. Spain agreed to Join the allies In polio
In th Vllna district
. Nov l Germany notified league of
Nation that th treaty or Versailles had
been violated by th allle In th matter
of mandates, and demanded her former
Nov Jt Scandinavian amendments to
Leagu of Nation covenant vole.! down
by commute on general organisation
Commission on Armenian situation np.
Peac negotiation between Poland and
soviet Russia resumed, th Polish troops
withdrawing to armistice tin.
Nov Jt league of Nation council
aaked United mate to medial between
Armenia and Muatapha Kemal I "a aha
Nov 9P Italy surttd to fore D'Annun
Ho out of Klums.
Prealdent Wilson norepted Invitation of
league council to mediate between Arm,
nla and the Turk.
Dec 1 U'Annuntlo declared war on
Auatrta voted memberahlp ln League of
Russian Red look ltrjvan nndelnh.
lUhed soviet rule for Russian Armenia.
Dee -Oret Ilriuln, Prunes arid Italy
warned Oreece against restoring Comtan.
tin ui throne
Is. 1 Argentine delegate withdrew
from League of Nation assembly because
of refusal to consider amendment tu cov
nsnt Armenia and Turkish nationalist signed
Dee (-Prealdent Wltlon declined to
appoint American representaUte on
league of Nation disarmament commis
sion Dec lo-Lgut of Natlona assembly
poslponed unlit neat slon decision on
naval and economic blockade
Use Jt Russian soviet government pro.
tested to Great llrltaln, Franc and Italy
against their "brutal Interference" In th
affair of Greece.
Dec. 11 league of Nation assembly
adopted statuts for permanent Interna
tlonal court of Justice
Holland broke oft diplomatic relations
with Jugn-Hlavla because of "a long se
ries of Insults"
Oee Is Austria wo admitted to th
l.eaguo of Nations. fpaln, llraill llel
glum and China mad elective member
of the league council
Dtxr It-llulirarla, Costa IUcs, Finland
and Luxemburg admitted to League of
Dec II Albania admitted to League of
Dec It Meeting of League of Nation
Dec Jl-Greal power warned Spain
against attempt In the cortes to straiule
Jan. 11 Dr Jos Lull Tainayo elected
president of licusdor.
Great mob attacked relchstag In Herlln
and wa routed by troop, U being killed
snd scores wounded.
Jan 17-1'aul Deaehanel sleeted president
Jan. It-Mlllerand mad French pr.
Feb t Active rebellion against Japan
ese rule broke out In Korea.
Feb X Berlou revolution In Honduras
Feb A Irish home rule bill Imroduivd
March 1 Admiral Horthy elected regent
March lJ-Overtlirow of Kbert govern
insnt In Ilerlln, Germany, by counter
revolutionist headed by Dr Wolfgang
Kapp and monarchist
Mureh It Council of old German cabi
net meeting at Btullgart, Germany, re
fused to negotiate with ihe reactionary
faction headed by Dr Wolfgang Kapp
Msreh 17-Or Wolfgang Kapp resigiied
as chancellor of aermany
March It Kbert government regained
loqtrol In Ilerlln, Doctor Kappa troope
March 30-Lord maor or Cork assassl
naled by masked Persona
March II Three thousand persons killed
In lighting at Lelpslg, Germany before
l.beri troops captured city
March Jt-Ousuv N ake minister of de.
lens of Germany resigned
March tt-aerman cabinet headed by
Premier Ilauer resigned
March 17 Hermann Mueller, premier of
new German cabinet
March Jl-Japanei troops atatloRed
at Nlkolaevek, Siberia, defeated In bucil
with Russian force, 700 Japanese killed
April 1 House of common passed Irish
honi. rul bfll. tu to M. '"
Ian Macpherson, chief ecrtary for
April )t-Kbrt government at Derlln
r4ihed comprom' agreement with
worklngmen, civil war ended
April 4-Many government buildings
burned by Irish rebel througl out Ire
land on Itaster Sunday
April l!-Many nonrombatanta killed m
tluatemala City when Estrada Cabrera
government was overthrown by rebels.
New government formed with Carlos
Herrera as president
April 20-Iilaaigo and Tlaxcala, Mexico,
Joined the secession movement.
April K Former Premier Calllaux of
rrnnce convicted of having commerce
and correspondence with th enemy
April tt Mexican revolt spreading
llattle for Chihuahua City won by Car.
ranxa troops American border troop
ready foi action.
' THE SUN, PllICE, UTA17-EVEItY FRIDAY I
8hei Now Qeorge, I want you f
OWo m fomethlng cheap for Chrltt
Hej I wai going to offep myelf.
tcin'revtlt"' f ,Utl', ,0,na MJ
c"?.rn,7a,'db", occup,ed MMlco aiw
plcoy -T,0D' forces occupied Tarn-
..!. i,1Fr,J!ch wamment ordered
dlMolutlon of general Federation of La-
n$iillctW'an of " canonlied by Pop
n iiS.TVn.,l.,lan0 Carrnnta. fleeing
Kr-roSl '. "' by former
Ji?4.. -rAdolfo de la Hucrta elected
"ylalorial president of Mexico
..i?ilf. t.1 2P announced Cathelle toy
erclgn might visit th king of Italy
,! Jt".BV,.n!n. Praon killed and
3.a,rrr,r,f.dn C,Y" """ '
leilUf C"11": Mlhn, minister of In.
ifcn?i-LC'!,lda' aucceeded Hlr Ruben
In?!" .! rlme minister of Canada
..u.i2i i'-' f'ldent Ouerra of Itoilvla
?h?iSii,I!d u,PHate Bavedra r.aa pre
''oial president L,
aWl.i-'"!0 Joaehlm. you-ieat son
Uerll "lfi committed auieid In
July ti.ttloli broke out In Belfast last
f. ! dy, ten lir mor killed
ui Yi ,-aneleeo Villa surrendered to
1 t. ''HCS novernment
i lr Rtbn Cantu. governor ol
w w.r California, In rebelTlon against
Aug l-ur. D. Porras elected president
Aug t New Irish coercion law passed
A. IS-I-remler Venltele of Ureect
wounded by assassin In Parle.
l-onl Maor..MncBnlney of Cork and
ten assistant arrested while attending a
Minn 1-eln cxnirt
.Au5. Ir-'antu revolt In Lower Califor
nia, Mexico, ended
Aug it)r Manuel Oondra Inaugu
rated president of Paraguay
Aug -Carlo lierrera elected rffl"
lent of Guatemala.
pt -Ilolshevlst uprisings In Italy.
M rul established In many Industrial
H fr-Obregon elected president of
ept It-Paul Deaehanel, president of
opt It worker In southern lull
is many Industrial plants.
Hept --ortree of Mantua, Italy
owwn up by anarehUts.
ept il-0ly of Ralbrlsgan, Ireland,
raided and partly burned by llrltMi i-
epl zt-Alexandr Mlllernnd elected
frvsuient of France.
Kept :i-Oeorgee Leyguee mad premier
Itrltlsh police In Ireland raided three
mjr town making eight In a wee.
"I" -Italian worker and employers
nd agreement nnd reign of eommunlam
n Induetrtal plant endeil
pl n-Oerman wireless station at
aue". Urgest In world, officially epene.1
Hed'ln jail " ' C"rk nu,",,r '"'
.'.l?L -Jugo.8lvl declared a eonsll
uti-mal. Iteredliaty monarchy wllh the
i nan royal family Hi rtgnliig yy
h'A -Trec MaeSwIney, lord mayer
of Cork, died of atarvatlon In Drliton
Mexander, king of Greece, died.
.y.ct . rmlral Coundourlotls elected
repeat of Greece
of Cuba-A"r,Jo Z,f, ,1'J Prealdent
,,iLy f!!r d'aled In Scottish prehl
Nov ll-Irlth hem rule Ull jMiMiesr
Nov lt-IIUHr alrlk of Blnn Fein
UH .iVn".'"'0"' P'r,r d,,M,J ,n
iM?hvikr8,b,"opo1 ,,,p,ur, b in
Nov 17-Venlielo. Oresk premier, le
signed ami Rlialll formed new rablna
r.i".vi "rT.1?"'. Wll,d ml "l"""
fs'MH.teK0"1 " f0 l0"ln the murder ,1
II lliillsh ortlcers there
Nov V-Top of Mount Illanc fell eft
and caused great avalanche
Nov -Arthur Grlftlih, acting pre.
iJSSLnlzJES B,nn r,,n n l",, n
No. J-Irlh plotter set fir to several
1 ! wl!rf1.,Su,, n Uverpoel wsltr
fr mi and killed two men.
JJV'?n h'l"uJr. P0"" recruit am
UeUnd. Pelner near Kttmtchee
-."ff '-Obregon Inaugurated prealdert
..",c.4r,,, PPla voted for reelora
km of Conetanllne
..Lff Ptfk government lnlled Con
stent ne to return lo the throne, despiu
warning by Great llrltaln, France iiic
'nral raids throughout Cork by nni-
prSnVofrAuJI!r!a.e, IU,B,-h ""J
-JSih IreUl""' "W PrWl"fflri lnl
Deo lt-1'art of Cork s business section
burned in reprisal fer Sinn 1-eln raid
. Dec It-Negotiations for pear In lr
land broken off by demand that Uoyd
Oeorgs deal wllh De Valera dlreit
King Constantino arrived In Athena
Dee 50-Hlghteen killed and many
wounded In lttle between Bngll.h and
Irish In County Tlpperary
ef'frrowj bank, London, wllh 7J branch
Jnn l-'fhouaand of Red arrested In
many, cities Raids continued dally
Taking of the census begun
Jan t-Departrnent of Justice revealed
'"ivi".1 ,li?JS-,J?-ovr",row V'" sovernmeiit
War Finance corporation announced
.cana of limn.wo to aid exporter
,.Ja.n r'nlucky and llhod Island rat
Hle.1 sufrrag amendment
Jun T-Klv toclalui were dented their
eat In Nw Vork legislature
Jan t-Democrntlc national committee
elected San Francisco for thrin"en
lion opening June J.
Jan IO-llou of reprsssnlatUis again
denied Victor llerger his teat
Senate passed Sterling ledltlon bill
Jan H-Oregon ratmol uftrag amend-
jan' 17-Natlonal prohibition amend
nwnt to Constitution In eftect
Jan JT-Davld F Houston appoinie.1
eerctary of th treasury and Rdnln T
Meredith of Iowa aecretary of agrkul
.'""7 '; l!le,ch'" resigned a ambas.
edor to Msxlro
Jan ts-South Carolina refused lo rat.
Ify suffrage amendment
Feb e-Vlrglnla senate rejected federul
uffrage amendment imi
Feb T-Seeretary pf the Interior Une
rte gned. effective March I
Feb. rt-Arlion ratified suffrage amend,
Feb It-John Ilarton Payne, Chicago
appointed eecretary of the Interior
becreUry of State Ijwislng resigned at
Ihe request of President Wilson
National American Suffrage association
opened Its last convention In Chicago
b It-Subcommittee of house rtnori.
ed great xtravaganc. wast and Incom.
petenc In aircraft production, severely
criticising Hcrtary Biksr, Color.l
Dlsni e and Director Ryan. ' u,"or'
reb in-New Mexico ratified eultrass
Feb ll-Rallway bill conferente report
adopted by house. "vn
reb -Senate adopted conference r.
port on railway bill 'rnc re-
Fb :4-Charle R, Crn. Cblcgo
named mlnltr to China r ' ""
Feb tt-Ralnbrldg Colby selected for
secretary of stats. " or
Feb ft-O W. P. Hunt of Arlxona
made mlnlater to fllam. vcrisoaa
Feb xl-Court order entered divorcing
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reb. a-Oklahoma ratlflea suftrage
March 1-Federal Judge Oelger tn Mil
waukee upheld Wleconsln' Ji per cent
New Jersey legislature passed law legal.
Iilng i per cent beverages.
Untied State Supreme court decided
United Hlate Steel corporation I not an
Illegal combination n
Railroads returned to owners
blr Auckland Oeddea accepted a Ilrlt.
lsh ambasMdor lo United Hlate.
President Wilson let It be known he
would not be candidate for re-election.
XI arch lo-Wtst Virginia assembly rat.
Ined a uffrage amendment
United Stale eubmarln II-I wreeked
near Magdalena bay I.t Commander J.
It Webb and three of crew lost
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byWvot,.,lofli'io,sra,l,m ,tt " UMy
rS.1!1."! B,.RU Supreme coarl granteil
permission In slat of New Jersey to In.
tif! "'Prohibition amenumeiit
m , lL.r,." ' B,,B retired as ehalr
.. 1.0t ?h'PPln; board and wa sworn la
"'.."'Vir ,' Inlsrlor
Alsrch It-Unlicd Bute eenate adopted
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I.V 1IIIJ DIKTUIIT HIUIIT OP 'lllll
Beenth Judl. lal Disirut of the
Htatw of t tali In ami Kor Carbon Coun.
y.h',r,w, t"hle antt Nancy A
Mnehle Plalntlffii, . JameaO llaarla,
Oliver W Mink, Maria Kllaahetli
Franklin, sonioilmca known an M K
I'rankland, Haruh J Mrmhev, and
Oscar H Hardy ami the unknown
helra of Mid James a HaarU, Oliver
W Mink, Maria Kllwhetli Franklin,
Harah J Matthev. nnd Oscar II
Hardy nnd tlm l'leamnt Valle, Coal
and Coko romiMny, Dofendanta. The
Hlate of Utah tu the Huld Dofvndaiita
iiu nro hereby aiimmtined to nppenr
within twenty dayg after the serWio
of this auminnna upon you if served
within tlm county In whkh thu artlmi
IslirouKht. otlivrvtlM within thirty day
after erlro. mid defend the nhuve
ontltliMl notion anil in ta of or
full urn to do fi JiidKinent will he rend,
erril nifalnst you Hiiurdlnif I" tlio de
mand of the complaint wlilih hualiceti
filed Hllh the clerk nf the aald court
This action In for the purpose of i-e-Icurlnif
n Judh'tnoiit or decree quletlnu
Plalntlffa claim and llllo In and to Iit
6. Ulook , Plat A, Hcofioid toivnslto
tirvoj'. Carbon county. Utah, deilartnir
wld title Komi anil alld and to enjoin
defendanta from over aertini ar
olulm to the same, nnd for iog nf
this notion L A McOKK, Attonie,
For Plalntlffa. Address, HIIVBtfiil llulld
I n If, Price, Utah
Klrat pub , Dec 17, lnat Jan 11,1111
Talk is cheap, wpcoiifllv when jou
make uto of your noifjiibor's tclo.
NOrif'ICTO WATHIl IWItltS 8TATIJ
., 'Origin era Office, Halt Iako City.
IUrIi, December 1, 1920 Notice la
herel.j Riven that Tony J Leuer of
Prlc, Utah, hag mndo niipllcatlon In
accordnnro wllh the rr-ciulrementa of
lio Compiled Ixiwm of I'lnh. nn, n
amended by tlio HcMlon Iiwg of Utah.
1JIV, to appropriate flvc-tonlha (.()
of a necond-foot of water from Polo
Canyon and Anton Creek In Carbon
county Hald water will bo diverted nt
a point miiitlt 8 deir 10 nun. rsiat 2160
feet Jrom the northwest corner of
8cc 11, Tvrp 13 Houth, Hanice 11 Itaal
Halt Irftke hose and meilidlan, nnd con.
veyed JtOO feet In a ditch and thoro
ued from April lat to October 1st of
caeh er to Irrlimtn thirty acres of
land embraced In jwirta of HWUHttU
HKUHW'U. and Iot 4 of Bee 7 Twp
i?,"lh. Itango 11 Baat nnd iwrta nf
KKV.8KU Hoc II. Twp 12 Botlth.
Itanun 10 Itaet Thla application I
deslKimtrxl In tlio alnln engineer's of.
flro hn No 1601 All protests ngnltist
the grnntliiK or Mid nppliratloit, stnt
Ink the reasons therefor mutt le made
by affidavit In duplies..' accompani
ed with a fee of 2 10. and tiled In this
office within trilrty (20) daya after the
completion of tlio publication of thla
, iiuiirv ci picciu.Aui.n, mate
iMIa of first pub, Pec 10 1P30
' iat of romtiletlon of pulillintlon Jan
ubd 7. 12I
NOTH'I U.MTICI) KTATIW IhNI
Office. Halt Idko City, I'lah, Decent,
ber 9. 1930 To Whom It May Con
cern Notice la hereby itlven that the
state or Utah has filed In thla oftfrg
lists of lands selected t the said slate
under Sec 6 of the act of conKreew, ap
proved Julv 10, 1194, as Indemnity
school lands, vli. Hcrlal No 0281)10,
Iot . Hec 21, Twp, 13 Houth, Itaniia
13 ICaat. Halt Idtka meridian Copies
of Mid lists, m far as they relate to
Mid tracts hi descriptive niil.illlslon,
havn Iwten consplt uously posited In this
office for Inspection by um person In
terested and by tlm public ticnerall)
DurliiK thu period or publltatlon of
thla notice or nil) time thereafter nnd
before, final approval and certification,
under deiarimeutal rcKiilatlon of
April It, 1907 protests or contests
against the ilalm of tlio state to any
of t)e tracts or siili-dlvlslons herein
befora deacilbed on tlio ground that
the Mine Is mure valuable for mineral
than for ngrliultunil purposes, will be
received nnd noted for report to the
general land offlio at Wastilnklon, 1
C Failure so tn protest or contest
within the time wpeclflcd will bo mi
sldered sufflulent evdenceof non-mineral
character of the tracts and the
selections thereof belnir otherwise free
from objedlon will be approved to the
state aOULU 11 IILaKULUs, Iteif.
t'Irst pub, Deo 17, lost Jan 14, 1921
AT FACTORY PRICES
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OTICK-rOUATIIll IHKIIS HTVTir . i
i:r.Blncer Office Halt Lake CI yf '.
I'tah. December 1, iojd Notice Is 1
i-,iclA vr." ,ll"t ""r' A Uaorn I. '
and Clydo II (iinnn of Price. Utah, fl
Ii.?(?.'in"'J0 l,l,'",t'"' H "crwdancc I
with thn requirement of the ('ompllcl I
Iawh of Uiah, 1917 an am.nd.ul by
Iho Hcmlon Iwiwm of Utah, 1919. tii an. 1
proprlnto threo II) eecond-feel of I
wator from Trull Canvoii Creek, and I
ieil,.eln J""""'!"" fom Middle '
Pork of Oordon Creek in Carlmn coun- .
t Krom Trail Can) on Creek the- 1
Sire'h Wi'". I', ,dlvcrt "t Vint I
,rth.?1 JeK.J8 '"" w 3140 feet I
from the north quarter corner of Be. '
S. Twp It Houth, Hanice Mast, Halt i
?. ,,,m!, ".'"' '"""'II". nnd from the 1
Middle Fork of Oordon Creek nt a,
IMiint north 82 dear west 3S30 feet front
the southeast corner of Hec C. town
Mp and range nforcMld Kald water
ho ciinvocd In two .lite tics mure
W itlnir 30.300 feet in l.ntrth, where It
will be. ued from March 1st to Oeto-
ber Ulli, Inclusive, of each year, to U
IrrlKMe nine humired ncrr of land 'm
embraccl In HHU8WW and HW'W . A.M
iHKH. Hoc . WV, anil HVUNKIV kTi
s,y"."...' HtlNWU. HU'UNKtt ill
aim niSHHWK Hec 10. township and 1
ranao aforesaid In addition said ap- 111
pllinnts propoao lo store five hundred .(Q
JI00) acre-foot of water front January Im
lat lo December 31st, Inrluslvv, nf I
ench )ar, In a reservoir embraced In I
parta of N14 and HHUNBU, Hec I, J ,
TW,JJ.4 50UlL'!. J.lMn" ""' "'l 1 1
HHHItVi Sec 33. Twp 13 Houlh, Itanjfo MM
I Hast, tlio renter of the impotindlnic m
dam of which bear south M ilea- 30
mln cast 3326 feet from Ilia north
tliiarler corner of Hec t, rvvp 14
Houth. Itaiiife I ltast The watr will yM
bo releaacl from tlio reservoir and 1!
fonveyeel toiicther with the ten sec.
ond-f.et to Irrlsato the above) descrlb.
ed land This application la deslirtuil-
jhI In the. state onitlne.r'a office aa No.
1(140 All protests uirulnst the BTnt-
liilf of said niipllcatlon atattnir tlio
reasons therefor must be made by af-
flduvlt In duplicate, acconianled wltlv
a.t.. "f. !s S0' ttl", ",tl ' ' ""lee- M
within thirty (30) .lays after the com-
pretlon of the publication of this no.
tlce a F. McdONAOLH, Htate Hn-
Dale of first pub, Dec 10, 1920.
Date of completion of publication Jan
liar)' 7, 1931 '
no 1 icKTo w.vriiit vbiuiK ktatTs '
Hntrlneer'N Office, tMIt Iike City,
Utah, December 1, 1920 Notice Is-,
hereby Riven that Kugena P. Cliatlln .
of Price, Utah, haa made application "
In ftocordanco with the requlrementa
of the Compiled Lawa of Ulah, 1917r
as amended by the Hoeaiou Lawa of
Utah, 1919, to appropriate one and
twenty-fiva hundredlha (1 26) second- 1
feet of water from Anton Creek In I
Carbon county. Hald water will bo- '
diverted ut a point south 30 del,' 30- 1
mln east 1095 feet from the north
west corner of Bee 18, Twp, 13 South.
Itanh-e 11 Bast, Bait Lake base and. ,
meridian, and conveyed 7100 feet In a
ditch and pipeline, nnd there used
from April 1st to October 1st nf each '
)wir to Irrliruto seventy acroa of land y
embraced In parts of NKVtSWW, and. S
Lots 3 and 4, Hec 7. Twp 13 Houth, j.
Itantre 11 Bast, and parta of H15U See.
i8,..Tl,V 12. flou,n' "nKo 10 Bast, 1
Halt Lake luue nnd meridian This- 1
application In deslb'nated In the state
eiiKlneer'a office as No SHOO All pro
tests uifttlnat the irrattlnir. of aald ap
plication, Ktatlnk the reasTins therefor
must bo made by affidavit In dupll
eate, nocoiuimnled with a fee of 12,60, 1
and filed In this office within thirty
(30) da)a ufler the. completion of the
publication of this notice a V Mo
OONAULH, Htato Bnelneer.
Date of first pub, Deo 10, 1920,
Date of completion of publication Jan
uary 7, 1921, ,
NOTICI5 VOW PUIILICATIO.V 1)15. 1
partment of the Interior. United)
States Land Office at Bait Lake City.
Utah, November 34, 1920 Notice 1
hereby given that Btelloa N. Palllos,
heir of the estate of George Pallouda- '
kls, deceased, of Helper, Utah, who on.
May 14, 1916, made Homestead ISntry
No. 014699, for the SWU8WU, Beo.
281 BKUSBU Bee 29, NWU NWU
Beo S3, Twp 16 South, llanife 9 East, '
Salt Lake meridian, haa filed notice of i
Intention to make threeyear proof to. I
establish claim to the land above' I
described before the clerk of the die- 1
trlct court at Pilce. Utah, on the 14th I
day of Januarv, 1921 Claimant nameak 1
as wltneases Btyltan Blaes, Nick Sal- 1
averourakls, Joseph Salaverouaktsandi t
John Tomathakls all of Price. Utah, t
aOULD H IJLAKELEY, lleglater.
First pub., Deo. 3; last Due. 81. 1920
For that good printing. The Sun.