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' The Citizen H litued Saturday at AmsrlcaA Fork, Utah. H W. D. LOVELESS, PUBLISHER M "Entered May 27, 1C0J,, at American Fork. BBH 1 Utah, ai second-claw matter, uudur Act uf Cong- nil of M.rch J, 1879." t (Subscription Paynblc in Advance: ' One'vcur 11.80 M SU months 73 H Three months ... . . . tU H Single copies fie RHHB . 1 M Raymond Chipman was a I'roo U visitor, Sunday. H Mr. und Mrs. David Firmage were fl Lshi. visitors on Sunday. B ' Pure rendered leaf lard at the On- !m tral market. Mw. Wm. Gront left for Star Valley, Wyoming on Monday, where she will apand a week, the guest of relatives. Miss Carrie Knight of I'rovo, wits the M fiUCbt of Mrn. Lorenu Peterson tl 0 M lore part of the week. fl Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston and H fa nily went to Salt Lake City Wed H ns iay for u weeks vacution. B Miss Lizzio Boley returned homo BBh t Monday, from Tucker, where she has ! spo.it the past five week?. BBV Mrs. Helen Derrick of Tucker, is ! hire visiting at the home of her father, HBV Al no Greenwood. BBV Mrs. Alroy Flack and habyof Alpine, BBS went to Fulrfluid Tuesday morning for BBS an extended stay with relatives. BBB Mr;. E. N. WagstafT returned home BBJ from a months visit with her daughters BBY ut Salt Luke City, on Monday. BBV Miss Leah Rowley has been spending BBV the wuck in Suit LuKe with her sister, BBS Mrs. Lenora Carroll. BH Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pa.tmnn of Provo BBpj were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George flBpj Cunningham on Sunday. fl Mru. Oliver Sjostedt und little girl BBS spent part of the week visiting in Salt flBE Luke City. BBJ Mia j Florcnco Chadwick returned BBS homo Tuesday uf tcr u few days visit ut BBpj Salt Lake. BBJ Miss Myrl Holey has returned home BBpJ after u ten days visit in Uingham, with BBV h'jr brother, Hoy. BBJ -Miss Edna Chaso is hero from lling- BBpJ htm, for a short visit with her grand- BBJ ' parents, Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Ovnrd. H Tho Misses Milliu and Florenco Robin- BBpJ 1 son aro home ufter u months stay in BBW Salt Lako City. H Julian King and Bennie Walton went BBpk to Garland Monday afternoon for an BBpB extended slay. Hi Mrs. Ilyrum Hooper of Provo, is here BBpJ ' for n ohurt vucniion, tho guest of her BH'l mother, Mrs. Wm. Marshall. H J Miss Mitlin.la Parker loft Wednt-s- BBpJ ! day for u ten days vacation ai Culcc BBM vnio, Wyoming. BBhJ it Dr. Harold Christensen bus loen BBpJ ' "ponding his weeks vacation in Suit BBB Lako City and Provo. BBfl A. II. Adams loft for his sheep herd BBpJ Wednesday morning, for u ten days BBpl a ay. BBB. Miss Dlanch Crandall returned home BBB ' thoforo part of tho week. Shn has BBpJ upent the summer visiting with relatives BBpJ ut California. BBVJ Elmer Loveless and Andrew Firmnge BBB camu down from Salt Lake City tn BBpl motor cycles to spend Sunday in Am- BBBb urban Fork. BBpBpBpJ H Mr. und Mrs. John Crooks and fumily BBpH uro rejoicing over the arrival of ten BBpH pjindgirl. The now daughter arrived BBpB u irly .Monday morning. BBH Mrs, Osiuon Justcsen was gurst of BBH ho.nor ut a lake party on Saturday ufter- BBpB n)jn. Mru. Kurl Anderson arranged BBpB if nlTulr. BBH Dr. and Mrs. K M. Chrif-tenHrn nt tl BBpB children of Salt Lako City, Imvo b en BBH 0 imding n weeks vacation with Ameii- BBpB cui Fork relatives und friends. B Miss Rtttn Rollins of Salt Lnkc, ie- BBpM t irned lionn Monday evening ufter BBH wiaiding ten days hero at the homo of BBpB Mr. und Mm. Win Elsmnre. BBH Mr. and Mis. Arnold F. Poulton of BBpH Salt Lake City, were guests ut ll o BBH horn) of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Miller BBpBt BBM Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Chipmnn i.nd BpH children mado u trip to tho stnto capital BBpH in th'ir auto on Monday, returniig B Tuasduy evening. BBB Mr.i. Samuel Woraencroft and Mirs BBVBl Agn Fairbanks uro hero from Puysor, BBB gaesta of Mr. und Mru. W. W. South BBpBl BBpB The following wcrn visitors at Provo BBI canyon Sur.duy: Mrs C. M. Heck, Mts BBpBi ' J. W. Storre, Mrs. Lorena Petercon, BBpBl and tho Misses Kqvk Heck, Florence BBpBl Djrtkley and Mablu Stons. B 1 The Kiistwar.l deacons, with their BBpBJ g rl friends enjoyed u hayrack rido ai d BBpBa it dip in tho Saratoga plungu Tuesdnv BBBJ u teinoon Mr. Ernest SeuHtruid, BBVBb .oueher of thoclasi, accompanied them BBBJ 1 Tho Second ward Thenlogicnl depart BBBJ inunt, numbering about forty, spei t BBpBV ' Tiit'sduv evening at tho Saratoga re BBpBB Mirt. Thpy wore escortid by Iholi BBpBB tvucliem, J. W. Hn Wii, C. K, Young BBBJ und Scenith Chipmnn. Tho lunch fun BBpBB ii'ied by tho young ladies wuh vory BBpBB appetizing. A general good time i re BBBBB bbbI BBBBH ' . - m, 1 1 rr ',v.-.". .-,,' 1 rf!ia Arthur Adamson is sporting a new uj'.o. Little Pigs for bhIo by K. J. H. A. Pehrson, Highlund. Mrs. Almn Greenwood who was in jured by being struck by an engine, last week, is slowly improving. Forest Adams returned to Strawberry Valley Wednesday, where ho is work ing at Rhubc Chipmun's sheep herd. Mrs. Jennie Strong spnt the latter part of tho week with her mother, Mrs. Wn'tcr Slack. Tugncr Errickson of Salt Lako Is h rj a guest ut the homo of E. N. Wag s air for a few days. Mrs. James II. Pulley went to the Provo hospital last night, where, today ho will unJcrgo an operation for ap psndicitls. For Pear rider vinegar cull phone 119-D. It is fur superior to apple cider vinegur. Mr. John O. Adams and her two joungest children left on Friday for 11 Wm days visit with relutivtsnt Ephraim, Sanpete county. Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Firmugo lelurn oil homo tho foro part of the week. T.iey have boon visiting for n coupltt of weeks with relatives in Salt Lako and Park City. Miss Mae Jon' of Long Bench, Cal ifornia spent part of tho week in Am erican Fori: visiting with relatives anil friends. Sho is 011 her return home from n months visit ut Twin Fulls, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson Jr. returned from Mt. Pleasant, on Wed nesday. Emmett went to Bingham Thursday noon, while his wife will re main here with her mother, Mrs. Maughn. Miss Muttic Strong of Alpine, Utah county, ii the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Baxter. She will accept tho position us librarian of tho Garland library and make this city her future home Globe. Frunk Huish is hero from Salt Lake visiting with his sisters. He has an injured, hund, and n girl, in this neighborhood, which accounts for his frequent vacations off tho railroad, where he is employed us un engineer. A horso und bicycle race from Amer icun Fork to Lehi, on Monday afternoon' proved a mitorublo failure, ns far us demonstrating the superior speed ubil ity of tho two. Emmett Ingertoll, who rode tho wheel unfortunately run the chain of the sprokot In tho first half mile, which left him out of tho contest. For tho Trans Mississippi Commer cial Congress, Aug. 27th to .'lint; Dem ocratic State Convention, Aug. 29th; Wilson Club Day, Aug. 30th; Barnum und Halley Circus, Aug. 31st; Tho D. & R. G. Ity. will sell round trip contin uous passage tickets to Salt Luke and return ut rateof ono faro for tho round trip, tickets for the various attractions, will bo on sale August 27th to August JUt, final return limit September 1st. For tho Firemnns Tournament nt Eureka Aug. 20th, 21st und 22nd, the D. & R. G. Ry. will sell round trip tic kets tn Eurekti und return for nil trains on above dates, final roturn limit Aug. 2 1 t)i nt rnto of ono single faro for round trip. For tho Big Tournament program on Aug. 22nd the Firemuns Special will leave American Fork nt 7:15 n. m. for Eureku returning Special loaves Eurekn ut 2 u, in. ufter close of nil events, and the grand bull. Go with tlu Fireman und havo u good time. Myor J. F. Noyes, Bp. Jos. II. Slirrs, Almu Greenwood, Wm. Thorn ton, Hunsa Christensen, W. II. Chip mnn and L. W, Nielsen, asn committeo culled on Secretary of statu C. S. Tin gey, nnd Statu Bunk examiner Glazier. Tuesduy, to learn why their application for a now state bank nt American Fork was being delnyul. They received very littlo satisfaction, but woro told tho oresent bunk had mude u Btrong prr tist, nnd were entitled to n hearing, oeforo they could givo them u dollnuto inswor either way. Mrs. Annie Filcher Morrison of Pacific Grove, California, nnd Mrs. Annio Fisher and son Ilnrold of Iowu, arrived hero Tuesday to visit with relit-tivt-8. Mrs. Fisher who )ins spent tho pn it three months at California return ed tn her home yesterday, while Mrs. Mo ri on will remain for un extended visit. Tho Third ward Rditf Fo ioty, Sun day school officers nnd Y. L. M. I A. m-'mbers gave n conjoint party Tues lay evening in honor of tho departure of Mr. and Mrs. Osmon Justcsar. I Tlu party was held on the chapel lawn, which was well lighted witn electric lights. About seventy wore present und participated in tho vurious gomes of amusement. Mr. nnd Mrs.Justesen were presented with a cut glass water set, ns ii token of remembranco from tho organizations. Light refreshments were served. 'I'. C. Peck, general passenger agent if tin Salt Lake Route, g ve out the iinrmotlon, that tho course of ono of the t-uiiiR tunning between Salt Lake and Iis Angeles, is to be changed, mil will go on tho lino through Utah con ity, o-.i to Lynn Junction. This will bo of grent advuntago to thu towns of this county in showing their greut ri S'lurses, and possibilities to the miinv 'ravehirs on theso limited trains. It willnUo bo un "eye opener1' to tho tomtits, who havo never hud an oppor tunity to Bue.the garden spot of Utah. ( h J I.. ,.',;. ,..r .-.- ..r, .'..',r-r-.,'.; urpjuu: Milton Pulley spent Thursday and Friday in Bingham, James H. Clarke made a business trip to Provo, Mondaj. Royal Bread fresh overy day at "the Central market. Dr. and Mrs. C. ,B. Snyder spent Monday at Provo. John Kelly Is again abliT to be nut after another slight attach of sun-stroke o i Monday. Wilford Taylor and little Bislcr were at Salt Lake City, part of the week visiting with relatives. EHIs Preston has moved to E. II. S out'a resident on south center street. Mrs. Mary Webb spent Monday in L:hi, with relatives. Miss Louise Evuns of Springvlllc, is h:re the guest of Miss Lizzio Holey. Mrs. K. Johnson of Provo has been visiting ut the homo of her son George, ut Highland for the past two weeks. Mrs. Earl Carlisle nnd Miss May Jones wero visiting relatives at Alpine Friday. Judge Joshua Greenwood of Nephl spent puit of tho week visiting relatives here. Mrs. M. E. Bczzunt and children aro home, ufter spending two months with relatives at Chicago, III. Miss Sadio Pccto of Salt Lako City, has been tho guest of relatives here this week. 4 Mrs. Fred Wanluss of Garland is here visiting with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. James II. Pulley. .Miss Ferl Pulley ia spending a week in Salt Luku the guest of Mrs. M. O. Randolph. Lehi city council urc arranging to submit a paving disti let to the voters of Lehi. Mrs. Ernest Chadwick nnd littlo Bon left Snturday evening for Colorado, where they will muko un extended visit with her her husbund. Mrs. Angus Cunningham entertained u number of friends utu miscellaneous shower lust night, in honor of Miss Mnziu Cunningham. Mrs. C. S. Snyder has returned home from Emmcttsburg, Iowu, where sho lias spent two months visiting with her purenls. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. 0. Randolph and children wero down from Salt Luku City Wednesday, spending tho duy with Mr. und Mrs. J nines II. Pulley. Mrs. John Chadwick, Mrs. Kate Chad wick und her daughter Muo will leuvo indity for 11 few weeks visit with rela tives nt Shelley, Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald moved to Geneva tho foro purt of tho week, where Mr. Fitzgerald is foreman of the section. Mrs. Al'co Elsmoro will leave today for u months visit with her son ut Tur ner, Idaho. Her sou Joseph nnd his wife, of Silver City, will accompany her. Mr. and Mrs.. Alma Munwill of Luke Shore enmo up Inst night for 11 weeks visit witli his brother J. V. at tho Hanger's homo in tho ennyon. Mm. W. 0. Preston will go til Salt Lnko today to meet her Bister, ' Mrs. Adolph Adair who is coming from Idaho, for a months visit with relatives hero. Mm. Elcry Binns left Saturday for nu extended visit ut Soda Springs, Idaho, with her husband. Before re turning homo sho will also visit with her sister, Mrs. Alva Hanson at Ogden. Progressive Economics now on nt Grunt's Emporium you enn get n guaranteed satety razor for 10c or u $500 Grand Piano-New stylo for J225.00. Stool and book free. Tho American Fork Silver band- an nounce uuother bund dtnee, to be given in thu Apollo on Tuesiliy evening, Aug. 20th. There will he p'enty of thu new dance music to plenso all. Through holng delayed in getting outsido brick, tho work on the high school building linn boon rather slow this week, und instead of having brick work completed 113 expected, it will tuko several days next week. Mr. and Mrs. Osmon Justcsen und family loft for Provo Wcdnesduy ufter noon, wljero they will reside this win ter. Mr. Justesen having been engag ed to touch nt the Brighum Young Univoruty. Thu wedding of Miss Mazio Cunning ham and Jured Kollor, will take place ut tho home uf her mother In tho Four th wurd on Tuesday, Aug. 20th. A reception will be given for the immed iate relatives. ( The Best Bib Overall Two Morse I A Hew FEiiv FREE ! W TEey Rip I LEVI STRAUSS &. CO. I MFR3 SAN FHANCIOCO fV J ' i , , w tvf, tt ., .4 .. . ,. 4.4 atrAv;.. .-- 0 w . ..,, ' - - ' - J - I I ! I 111 I 1 I I I lit .11 I . I I A Few of The Accomplishments To Theodore Roosevelfs Credit One of the few good ztand pat Republicans we have been able to find In American Fork, asked in a crowd on Sunday morning "What has Roosevelt ever done?" What has he done that should win for him such public applause from tho rank and file of the American people, especially the laboring men or small business man?" What bus he ever done for Utah?" All of the people of this state, even those opposing and deflleingthe state, will remember, how he stood, for a square deal, and against the strong protest of thojsands of tho leading people in every stato in the Union, made it possible for Senator Reed Smoot to retain his scat, an honor that until that time was out of tho reach of an official of the dominant church, and would have ever been so until Roocsvcltor somo other fearless character largo en ough to show the narrow injustice of such opposition, had not taken n stand for n equare deal to the people of Utah. , In this county we huve especial cause to remember and praise our ex-prcs-ident. Roosevelt can be directly credited with the Strawberry tunnel irriga tion project, which will soon be n realized blessing bv reclaiming 30,000 acres of what has been ulmost usclesj land. This great undertaking, one of the largest irrigation projects in America was mado possible by tho National Ir rigation law which he helped to frame and pass. President Roosevelt done so many tremendous big things in justice to all that we remember him only as a great president, and at the end of his last term would have again placed him in the White Hou;e above his own protest, he was so much admired by the American people. In the words of Hon. Henry J. Allen, in his recent speech at Salt Lake, which we wish all could read in full, wo have here given n number of brief quotations of some of the things Roosevelt has done in the interest of the pijople. He helped to frame and pass bills for the regulation of railroad employes hours of labor, nnd for the national safety appliance act; ho helped to framo and pass the liability act as it affects and protect s laborers; he helped to frame and pass the law creating the department of commerce and industry four more great acts for the regulation of the evils suffered by laboring men. And if you want to know what the laboring men of the great industrial cen ters think of these nets, just read the returns from Pennsylvania there now and in November. He helped to frame and pass the pure food and pure drugs act, and ho had to use his big slick some. And that was tome law, when it wai administered by competent people. The man who made it a real thing in American life, who mado it a real thing in every drug store in tho land, in every food factory, In every kitcken and every hotel, quit his job about two months ago, and If we can believe him and I insist that the char acter of his service entitles him to credibility with us he quit his job becauso he was sick of the policy that was all the time trying to whitewash million aires who wanted to poison foods Hnd drugs. , He helped to frame and pass the national meat Inspection bill. He opened the door of China to American commerce. He settled tho Pennsylvania coal strike. Surely you remember that, don't you? My, my, what an act that wasl That took courage; it took executive povcr; it took self-control. He used his big stick there. Mr. Roosevolt set tled that strike in Pennsylvania with such equal justice as between the mine owner and mine worker that there was no complaint from either side. You remember the Treaty of Portsmouth? Why was it, when tho war be tween Japan and Russia had resched tho point of horror where the whole civilized world was sick, that every civilized ruler tunred to Roosevelt as tho ono mun to begin the activities for peace? Why? Simply because, in the matter of these weighty settlements, Mr. Roosevelt towered head and should cm above every other ruler on tho earth. (Applause.) We were proud of him then, were we not? Well, Mr. Roosevelt settled the Alaska boundary dispute; reduced tho In terest bearing debt $90,000,000. A voico in tho audience asks "How about Mexico?" A gentleman asks, "How about Mexico?" Well, far bo It from mo to assume the role of prophst.'but after next March you ask Mr. Roosevelt ' How about Mexico?" CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. The reactionary papers nre constantly screaming, "Roosevelt is backed by tho trusts." Tho hest way to answer that chargH Is to point to the big newspapers of the United States which are known to bo owned or controlled by tho big in terests. Not one of them is for Rooacvolt, from the Now York Sun down to the Salt Lnkc Hcrnld-Rcpublicun. Whenever a good piece of news Is received n9 to Progressive victory, Wall street has n fit. Every straw that indicates tho dlroction of tho wind that favors the trusts proves unmistakably that the trusts want Tnft and aro fearful of Roosevelt. Much is being made of the fact that Geo. Perkins, formerly with Morgan & Co., is supporting Roosevelt. Mr. Perkins has retired from business nnd is trying to do good in many ways, perhaps in atonement for his post. He has become recognized as one of tho greatest philanthropists of Now York, his work among tho poor being extensive and well organized. His labors evidently are prompted by a desire to do thrt most possible good with tho money at his command. Like Carnegie, he has acknowledged the obligation that rests on a man of wealth, but he has selected u more practical course than Carnegie and instead of building librarios, he is aiding in purifying Am erican polPics and offering to the average American a better chance in tho battlo of life. Our ono regret Is that there aro not more Gcorgo Perkins with noble aspir ations. Ogden Standard. In tho words of Abe Ruff tho San Francisco political boss, now writing from prison, his politicol life, SBys, "a very large proportion of the voters can no longer bo herded, as they havo bcon in the past, upon ono side or tho other of futile mock issues." This is philosophy that politicians all over the United States are also learning. UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Salt Lake City, Utah aVatVSBBSSSaiassMSsMnsSaaBSSSSBSSBal Instructions begins Monday, September 16th. Registration of students, and entrance examin ations, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 12th, 13th, 14th. A million dollars' worth of grounds, buildings, and equipment, and the best teachers that can be se cured are at your service. Courses are offered that prepare for almost any vocation in addition to giving a broad and liberal ed ucation. The Catalog, which describes the various courses and gives the registration and tuition fees, etc., i3 sent free on request. UNIVERSITY OP UTAH, Salt Lake City, Utah The Citizen $1.50 the year, 52 issues i j mm ssssssasssssssssT::TJ5"-BJ i- - . BC 1 Mrs. El!za Christensen, Mrs. C M. H Beck, Mrs. R. E. Booth, Mrs. Annie BJ Morrison of California, ' Mrs. Annie BJ Fisher of Iowa, und tho Misses Ida and BJ Manda Chipman spent Wednerday after- H noon outing at the lake resort. Lunch- BJ eon was served about six o'clock. BJ The birth of a daughter to Mr. and BJ Mrs. Geo. Johnson of Highland on Aug. BJ 3rd was overlooked by The Citizen last BJ week. The proud parents think they BJ have the finest girl in the country and BJ she must not be slighted. BJ The Fourth wnrd Theological class BJ enjoyed supper and n dip in the Sara- BJ toga plunge Thursday evening. The BJ class was accompanied by their teach- BJ ers, Lett Robinson, Elmer Chipman BJ and Miss Ruby Thornton. BJ The following delegates to the ir- B rigntion congress, to bo held in Salt B Lake Sept. 30 to Cct. 3, were appoint- B ed by county commissioners on Men- day: Hyrum Lemmon, James G. Dullln, I Perry A. Thomas, Jumc3 L. Meldrum, I S. L. Chipman. I Thu wagon missionaries will go to I Provo thu first of the week. They I have been here two weeks and during I their nightly meetings have had many interesting discussions with locul peo ple of bible fcubjects. It is undecided wht ther they will hold a final street meeting Sunday night. u Oh, How I itched! What lens nerve-racklntr days o. con Mnnt torture wliat sleepless iilglits of terrlbln agony Itch Itcli Itch, con otant Itch, until It ni-emeU that I must War off my vory skin then 'Instant relief my skin cooled, soothed end healcdl The ery first drops of D.D.D. Pro scription for Eczema stopped that awful itch Instantly: yea, tho very moment D.D.D. touched tho burning akin the tor ture censed. A 2Cc Lotllo proves It. i D.D.D. has been known for years as tho only absolutely reliable eczoma remedy, for It washes away tho dlscaia norma and leaves tho skin as clear and healthy ns that of a child. All other druggists have D.D.D. Pre scription go to them It you can't coma to ue but don't accept somo big profit substitute. . But If you coma to our store, wo aro so certain of what D.D.D. will do for you that wo offer you a full alzo bottlo on this guarantee' If you do not find that It taken nwny tho Itch AT ONCE; It costM you not a c:r.t. American Fork Drug Company. DR. It. L BOLITHO Treats all Diseases of Domestic Animals. "JDav nnd Night calls Promptly Answered. 17 YoartCzpcrUnce Phone llt-d AMERICAN FORK. Dr. J. H. Ellsworth. D. D. S. Dentist 2 Door South Poit Office PLCASANT GROVC DR. F. M. FOSTER Dentist Chipman Bank Bldg. AMERICAN FORK. G. P. PARKER Attorney and Counselor Knight Block Bell Phone 432 Provo, - Utah. Clarence m. beck Lawyer Room 1 Chipman Bask Bldg. American Fork, - Utah For Curnations, Ferns, Ilouso Plants, Cut Flowers nnd flower designs for all occasions, cull up thu Lehi Floral Co., Mrs. J. F. Broadbent. Florist. Surrey for $15.00 A fumily surrey in fnirly good hape, will be bold to tho first purty showing up with ?15.00. Lonney Cunninghnm. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. Stato Kneincer'a Oilier, Salt Lako City, Utah. AuiruitS, 1912. Notice la hereby iiiven that the calato of John Illndloy, by John It. lllnUley. odmlnlilralor. whose poat office aililreaa la American r'ork, Utah, made application In ncconlunco with tho require msnta of Chapter IDS, Hculun Law u( Utah, 1W-'. aa amended by III. Soulon Law a of Utah, 1UU7, tu appropriate one 1 1) cublc-f oot of water par aecond IroniMltch.il Hollow Stream. Utah County, Utah, Salil water wm to have betn diverted at a point which Ilea 1,574 foet weat and Six) feet north of thoaoulheail corner of Section 1U, Townahlp 6 olllh. uang-ii 1 caat. Salt Luke buia and meridian, fron wl.yre it waa to havo Uin conveyed by meanaof two dlu-hn avurevatlng 2,7uO teat lit lanirth and lli.ru uatd uuilnir lha pcrkd from April 1 toOctober 31, Inclusive, of each year, lo irrigate 110 acreaot land embraced In Sections iu and 15, Township 6 south, lUnge 1 cast, bait Lakj bsse and meridian, Tho applicant now makie application In accordance with the tequlrerr.inta t,f Section liSliil, Chapter fu, Sersion Lows of Utah, HKr, luchanite the point ordiveraion tulwo , ,.olnte ailuatcd ua follows. I'oint cf diveiaicn Nu, L I Ilea 1,475 fnl weat and &$S feet north of the aoulheu.l corner uf Sittloii lu. 'township 3 louih, Mangel east. Salt LaUbate und meridian, l'oiiu uf diversion Nuilllm l.olu feot wojt und U feet north uf the turner abuve described. Said water will bu cuuveyedby ineansuf twu ditches aggie rfatlntf l.Uuu feet in luiu'th. and there used during tno period from Aw ill loOctoWSI, inclusive, of each year, loirrlgalu the tract of Und originally intended. This application (a dealgnalcd In tl a State Knglnetr'aolluaaa Nu, U'S. All protests against the granting of raldappli. cation, stating Uui leasonstlierelw. must bo maja byallidavitlnduplicaluand filed In this olllco will). n thirty (JJI days alter the compHii,n of the publication of this notice, CA1.KU TANNL'lt, Stale Engineer. Oataof first publication August 17. IU, data if completion of publlcatlgn September lb, 1(12.