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Sao Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad. H TIME CARD. H Utatlons Dally. H LvBalt Lake City 7:30 H Lchl Junction 0:40 H Cedar Fort ' 9:16 H Fairfield 9:35 H JCvFairfleld 9:3S B ArMerctir (S. L. fe M.) 10:45 H LvFlve Mile Pass 9:43 H Hush Valley 10.05 H Del Monte 10:20 1 Doremus 10:40 H Houlter Summit 10:50 H Tlntlc Junction 11:15 H P. M. j A. M. H LvTintlc Junction 12:15 H Boulter Summit 12:35 H Doremus 12:50 H Del Monte 1:15 H Rush Valley 1:35 H Five Mile Pass 2.00 H ArFalrfleld 2 20 H IiV Mercur (S. L. & M.) 2:10 H ArFalrfleld 3:24 H L.TFalrflold 3:30 B Cedar Fort 3.45 B Lehl Junction ...'. 4:30 ! Trains at Salt Lake make direct inn- ArSalt Lake City 5.35 H 1 mictions for nil points north nnd east H E. W. GILLETT. I aenernl Passenger Agent. H J. L. moori:, I H Commercial Agent. H SALT LAKES & MERCUR TIMECARD Hr West. m Atrlve 10-45.... Mercur 2:10 Leave H Leave 10.30. ...Summit Jet. ...2:25 " B 10.00.... Manning ....3-02 H 9:35.... Fairfield ....3:24 Arrive H J. O. JACOHS, Hon, Manager. H Salt Lnko City. H notici:. H During our absence nny business B tt ansae: ted with V. II. Pcckhnni for ur J -w. ill lie O. K. The gentleman will rcc oljit J for money due the office, will take orders J for Jot) printing, etc. H I'UHLISHDRS MINHR. H To Improve tho appetite nnd pj strengthen the digestion, try a few J doses of Chamberlain's Stomach nnd Liver Tablets. Mr. J. II. Sett, of De- trolt, Mich., says "They restored my J nppetlto when impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling nnd caused a pleas- nnt and satisfactory movement of the bowels." There are people in tills com- munlty who need Just such a medicine. Every box warranted. For sale by Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah. J M. E. Drown, Stockton, Utnh. B Fiom Stockton Sentinel The awful catastrophe which lias Just happened In a Chicago thentet numbeis among Its IcUiiih one who the w liter pj of this very well knows. Mis. Lulu pj Alexander, funnel ly Miss llou, of pj Hpilngvllie. Utnh. It Is quite postdblo a pj number of our renders also knew bet. pt She was leading lnd with the Johnson H Rros. )enrs ago and haH often inter- pf tnlned tlie people In Mirlous paitR of pj this State In the title tole In the "Two pj Orphans." We knew the lady pen-on- pj i.lly and regtet vet) much her cad fate pj She was n noble woman and an Ideal pj wife and motliei We s)iupnthle wltli pj 1'iof. Alexander in Ills gicut loss, and pj also lier father and mother, Mr and pj Mrs. Philip Ho)et. and faml) She W leaves a host of fi lends In Ogdtn, Salt pj Lake, I'ltno, Sprlngvllic- and neail D 'Viry town In the Stntt jM a timdly suaansTiox pj This Is the season of the year when pR tlie prudent nnd enrcful housewife te- pB plenlshes tier supply of Chamberlain's pj Cough Remedy, It Is certnin to lie pj needed before the winter Is oer, nnd pj lesults nre much more prompt nnd sat- lsfactory when it li kept at hand nnd pj given as soon as the cold Is contracted pi and before It has become settled In the pj system. In almost every Instance a se- 1 veru cold may be warded off by taking H this remedy freely as prion an the fir ft pi indication of the cold appears. There pi Is no danger In giving it to children, for pi It contains no hnrmful substance. It pi Is pleasant to take both ndults and chlidton like It. Ruv It nnd )ou will pi get the best. It always cures. For pi sale J Mereur DiugCo, Mercur. Utah B M. n. Drown, Stockton, Utali H STOCKTON NEWS NOTES. H From tho Sentinol. M ' SENTINEL LOCAL ITEMS. A Happy New Yeai to out lendtts' B y t M The demand foi houses to lunt mill BBBB. -coiitlnues. B Thecliilditii have l)en enjojlng them- BBBBf Delves coiistlng during the past week. BBBBM BBBBJ Thomas Qundr Is building an addl- BBBBrl tlmi o IiIh residence at two largo looms. BBBBJ BjBjBjl Ilencqfortli tlie laiKlness of tho town BJBJBJI will be attended to by the now Itoaid of BjBjBjf Trustees. jBjBB H Tim little llurileH of winter we hud so BjBjBB far aie only slight lemluduis of last pBjBjfl winter at thla time. BJBJBB BJBJBB We had plenty of fetlltle In Stock- JBJBB ton during the holldus. Wo ate pre- BJBJBB pared foi work now, and don't ou BJBJBJI BJBJBfl - v BJBJJ Much work hns been done on the BJPjB -water line this week, but Stockton Is MB titlll a "dr" town, dood excuse to diink Ll sJBJfv something else. 4BJBJJ LHK- The snow wh'ch fell December 22ud BjBJBTj ntlll lirs an the ground, but not man of PJPjBJtl our citizens have availed them wives of BJBJBN tlie excillent sleighing. BjpJ pjpjpjj tttoekton of today Is somewhnt differ- pjpJBB vein to Stockton n year ago, and will be jBJBfl iulte different to Stockton a ear hence, BJBJBB Just see ut grow In tho next twelve BJBJBB ' Now the holidays are over everything BJBJBJB wlll'Stttle back to Its normal state, nnd bTbTbTbTbTbV BJBJBJBJBJBJBJJ i BBB BBBB t Stockton will continue to forge aheid slowb, It mil) seem to some, hut urel and peimimtntly Xmns gifts, delajid on atcount of the "swamping" of the Salt Lake P O.. are dall mnklng their appearance from two to live daH late This Is espeilftll tlie case with registered mall & The weather has been delightful din ing tlie pact week, which lias added gieatly to the enjoyment of the holidays The ball given by tlie A O. l W. vi.s a ilnanclnl and oclal success though not so Inigclj attended as thnt given Xtnas eve. r v ' The holldajs have been spent In a quiet, enjoyable waj, Not lnuih in routing going on. Many who have loved open elsewhere have gone to visit with them, and otlieis have come from other t laces to visit ft lends and iclatlves heic. ? ? Mondny night will we a change of administration In town nffaiis In Stock ton. The newly elected Council aie an excellent set of good men and the town will no doubt forge right ahead If the piesmt Council do ns well ns the outgo lng Council, then, Indeed, is the town nil tight Mali predictions are made foi tlie rapid advancement of our little town within the next cm These aie not made by "boomets" clthei, but by men capable of knowing and Judging of con ditions which will result In this State. Oui praiis. hopes and alms an toward lilts end, but our citizens will all have to pull together and woik lit Mt. lurt and Owas for Stockton's welfaie, If till" dished loudltloii Is In ought about I KODOL DYSPEPSIA CURE Digests all classes of food, tones and I strengthens the stomach nnd dlgcstlvc nignns. Cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Stomach Troubles and mnkea rich red blood, health and strength. Kodol Dspepsia Cure rebuilds worn-out tls nues, purines, strengthens nnd sweet ens the stomach. Gov. G. W. Atkin son of W. Vn snys: "I hnve used u number of bottles of Kodol Dspeps!a Cure and have found It to be n very ef fective and, Indeed, a powerful temedv ror stomach ailments. I recommend It to my friends." Sold by Mercur Diug Co., Mercur, Utnh. Meicur Meat & Gro. Co., Stockton, Utah. M. E. Drown, Stockton. Utnh MINHS AND MINERS, Fiom Stockton Sentinel All ownets of mining propcit nie looking nfttr assessment woik tlusi da.vs. Glllidi) .V: Colvln, ltnsets In tlie Ga lena King, aie still working In ou. and expect to mnke a very piolltable ship ment etc- long. Quite a foue of men hip woiklug nt the Illnck Diamond mine, and prep.inir tloim aie being tnnde to comment e- op (latlons on tlie Bullion. The Gnleua King is being put In lendl ness to lesumc work when tlie great dialn tunnel l completHl. The latter Is being pushed ahead with great nipldity Mr. R M. Edmunds has been In search of and has located mine asphalt claims In southern Utnh, nnd If expectations piove true he'll soon be a bonanza king Adam Stolper, who has been develop ing the lllue Jay mine at Glshorn (Di canjon), has suspended opeintlons until npilng and returned with his wife and son to their home nt Lacygne, Knn. It Is icported that J. C Uevnolds made a "deal" with the "Western Explo intlon company, whereby the "Hunker Hill" ptopcity was absorbed by that compiini We have not henid whut the Kiri-lderntlnu was. C J Onrlicr. mnnnger of the Dr Cnnon Consolidated Mining iompnn. Is still "pegging nwa" on that propeuj If nny one l deserving of success it is Mr G. and IiIh associates, and no doubt tlulr long lontlnued effoits will be suit ably levvarded In the nenr future. The Mining Iteiord sn: ','Davld Oi 111. engluiti foi the Hiavti Con. mine In lit over Lake district, was In tlie city last week, (iijojlug the holldajs with ft lends. Mr. t'llll is an excellent ouug man, with mau stcillng iiualltles, nnd f 'pushliiK' himself up In tlie woild" "Dave" Is well known In Stockton, white he worked for about two veins foi the lltn llanlfon comp.ut) Ills ninn filindR lit le aie pleated to hem of Ills success and elidoise the views of the M It com titling lilm ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS A RON Is tlie nlue II A. TlBilaio. Summeiton. S. ( placos on DcWItt'H Witch Hazel Hilve He siijh "I had the piles foi twenty enm I tried mini) doctors and medicines, but all failed except De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cured nt." It Is a combination of tlie healing piopertlen of Witclt Hnzel with antisep tics nnd emollients: relieves and per manently elites blind, bleeding, Itching and protruding plies, sores, cuts, InuUes, eczeiun, wit rheum and all skin diseases. Sold by Mercur Drug Co., Mercur, Utah Mercur Meat .t Gro, Co., Stockton, Utah. M. K. Urovvn. Stockton, Utah. PERSONALS. Fiom Stoiktnu Sontlnci: Man) of our citizens are going to the metiopolls Monday to hoar the divine Pattl. P. W. Mulenbiuck Is again In harness, after a pleasant visit with his fiunll) nt Ptovo. Miss Minnie Holsteln ot ltlngham spoilt New YeaiJB day with her aunt. Mrs. D. W. Heuston. Our teaeheiH, Miss Mcintosh and Mr. Hammond, are enjoying themselves with relatives at their homes. School vv 111 commence again Monday, Juuuary 4th, Mr. D. Trennin, superintendent ot the Stockton Gold Mining and Milling com pany, hn returned to his post after sev eral dayH spent with his family in Salt Luke City. The home of W, P. Mltehener Is cjunr nntlned on account of diphtheria. Ills little daughter., Morcella, Is suffering f i oin n very mild attack of this dreaded disease, but Ih eonvalewlng rnpldl). Etl Ciarey. whoso light ee wns'badly liijuied b) a piece of hot lion fttrlklng It while engnged nt his trade hlaek smlthlng Is able to be about and thinks tlie eye will soon be ns well as ever Misses Lizzie and Dolllo Mocklnttm it turned to their duties in Illngham nnd Salt Lake C'lt) last Friday. The former Is cmplo)ed as teui hed at Hlng hani and the Intter attends ITulverslt) of Utah. Mrs R. M. Edmunds, the genial land lady of the Mltchenei houe, entertained lie i frlendu In a charming mantlet Fil day afternoon. Mis Edmunds hns tlie happy knack of making every one feel nt home. Frank Gundiy, min of Mr. and Mrs Rlchaid Oiindry, mii priced his patents b) diopplng in on them unexpeetcdl) New Year's day. I"rank could not vlrlt his home Xtnas on account of tlie lush In the P. O. at Salt Lake Clt), where he Is emplo)Hl An edition of the free traveling li brary of tho Utah, Federation of Wo men's clubs Is at the Mercur drug store. The books are for free circula tion, nnd after they have been used for a certnin length of time they will be exchanged for a new set. Call and see If there Is not something you would llki to read. HOW TO PREVENT CROUP It will be good news to the mothers of small children to lenrn that croup can be prevented. The first sign of croup l hoarseness A day or two be foro the nttack the child becomes hoarse. This Is soon followed by a pe culiar rough cough. Give Chamber lain's Cough Remedy freely ns soon ns the child becomes hoarse, or even after the rough cough appears, nnd It will dispel all symptoms of croup. In this vvny all danger and anxiety mny be avoided. Thin remedy Is used by "ninny thousands of mothers, and has never been known to fall. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can nlwa)S be de I ended upon and thnt Is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by Mercur Drug Company. M. E. Urown. Stockton. Utah. GOOD WORK OF COL SOWEKS. Fiom Stockton Sentinel Tiuth published a ver.v neat little lom pllmentnr) send-off to Col. P. S. Soweis We ate pleaded to leproduce the ui tlcle: It Is ltiiuored that Col. Peic) S. Sniv els, specinl agent of the Interioi de pattment In Utah, ma) be trnnsfeiied tt nnnthet State, If the plans ot luti test ed parties here ptevall This would lie it regi citable clteunistnrce, because Col. Soweis Is a man of quiet, deteitnlnid character, hioad, lo)al and featless and one who believes tlie people nte co-ot-dlnate. His enfoicement of the laws against tlie gient corporations nnd In dividuals alike has been without par tiality to either. Resides. Col. Soweis has been of material assistance to the people of Utah and of this city espe clail). When It was propoed to thiow the lands of City cteek open to settU -tuent. im act which would have cost Salt Lake $2.'O,00O for the protection of lt water supply. Col. Sowers' action stopped the game and saved the tax paeis hcie a latge sum of mone). Ills action In the watershed on the cast side of the city, In the Wasatch range, was ,i splendid thing for uu also Tlie de paitmetu gives the specinl ngent con sldr tabic discretion, nnd that discre tion was exercised during the leient advance In tlie price of coal, for the ben efit of the poor. Ordlnnrll) men ennnot go Jnto the enti)ons and haul wood, but permission was gi anted by Col. Sowers to the Salvation Aimy nnd others, which enabled many poor families to secure a cheap fuel suppl) by picking up tin dead timber scattered In these place Utah could ill nffniil to lose him, nnd we hope the lumoi will prove to be unfounded. GOOD FOR CHILDREN. Tlie pleasant to take and harmless One Minute Cough Cure gives Immedi ate relief In nil ciiwh of Cough, Croup and LnGrlppe, because It does not pass Immediately Into the stomach, but draws out the Inllnmmntlon, heals nnd soothes and cures permanently by enabling the lungs to contribute pure life-giving and llfc-BUStninlng oxygen to the blood nnd tissues. Dr. Armstrong of Delia, Tex., prescribes It dally and says there Is no better cough remedy made Sold by Mercur Meat & Gro. Co., Stockton, Utnh. Meicur Ding Co, Meicur. Utah M. E Drown. Stockton, Utah. SUMMONS. IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis trict Court of the Stnto of Utah In and for Tooele County. Sarah Short, plain tiff, vs. James A. P. Short, defendnnt. Summons. The State of Utah to the Snld Defend ant You are hereby summoned to uppenr within twenty days after the service of this summons upon ou, If served within the county In which this action Is brought, otherwise, within thirty days after service and defend the nbove en titled notion; and In case Ot your failure ft to do, Judgment will be rendered against jou according to tho demnnd of the complaint, a copy of which Is now on file with the clerk of said court A. II. DUNLAVY, Atttorney for Plaintiff Postoillce Address, Mercur, Utah Flrf-t Pub.. Dec. 1C, 1003. Last Pub., Jan. 13, 1904. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. NO C469. Department of tlie Interior, Land Of fice ut Salt Lake City, Utah, December 22nd, 1903 Notice is liereby given that the fol-follovvlng-nnmed settler has filed notice of his Intention to muke llnnl proof In support of his flalm, and thnt said proof will be made before the Reglmer nnd Receiver U. 8. Land Oilice at Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 0, 1904. viz.: Hany R. Peterson, H. E. USS4, for the noVi nwV4 nnd n neV4 sec. 33, and nwU nvvH sec. 34. tp. 6 , r. 2 w , 8. L. M. He names the following witnesses to prove IiIh continuous residence upon nnd cul tivation of wild land, viz.: William Sny der and Andrew Parle of Fairfield, Utnh: Milton Reunion nnd John M. Cannon of Forest Dale, Utnh. FRANK D. HOURS. Register. The Semi-Weekly Salt Lnko Tribune not only renches intermountnln readers from one to four dnys earlier than either Enptern or Pacific Coast pnpern, but Is a bettor paper for the people of all this teglon. because of Its special State news facilities here not possessed by outside papers At $1.50 from now until May 3i, 1903, It is not only the best but the chenpest. Send for It now Till: LONE STAR STATE. Down In Texas at Yonkum, Is a big dry goods firm of which Mr. J. M. Ilnller Is the head. Mr. Haller on one of his trips East to buy good said to a friend who was with him in tho pnlaco car: "Here, take one of theBO Little Early Risers upon retiring nnd )ou will be up early In the morning feeling good." For the "dark blown" taste, headache nnd that logy feeling DeWItt's Little Early Risers nre the best pills to use. Sold by Mercur Meat & Gro. Co., Stockton, Utah. Menur Drug Co., Mercur, Utnh. M. E. Brown, Stockton, Utnh NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A UNITED STATES PATENT. M. A. NO. 3769. In the United States Land Ofllce. Silt Luke City. Utah. Dec. 18, 1901. Notlie s liereby given that. In pur suant e of the Act of Congiess. ap proved May 10, 187-', "To promoto the development of the mining resources of the United States," the Dry Canyon Consolidated Mining company, a cor poration of the State of Utah, having Its principal place of business at Salt Lake City Utah, anting through its dill) nutlioilzed agent and attorney, Flunk II Stephens, whose pnstofllie inldicsH Is Salt Lake City, Utah, claim ing 1112 lineal feet of the Queen of the West No. 2 lode with surface gtound f,C0 feet ill width. , 1112 llnent feet of the Queen of tho West No 1 lode with surface ground C00 feet In width. 1112 lineal feet of the Queen of thj West lode with surface giound 115 feet In width. 1500 linear feet of the Ke) stone lode with sin fait ground 501. R feet in width 1"01 7 lineal feet of the McKlnley mine lode with sin face ground 5,17 feet 'n width. 12MI.C linear feet of the Lucky Uoy Mine lode with sulfate ground f"7 feet In width 1491 0 llueai feet of the Silver Dollar lode with surface giound 6S4.9 feet In width 1479. .1 lineai feet of the Unite S.tm lode with sulfate ground 315 feet In width. 1479 3 lineai feet ot the Admiral Dewe.v lndi with suiface gtound COO feet in width. 1479 ! linear feet of the Queen of tlie West No. 5 lode with sin face ground COO feet In width. 1479 .1 linear feet of the Queen of tlie West No. I lode with surface ground T.9U.7 feet In width. 1489 I linear feet of the Queen of tho West No. C lode with surface ground MiO feet In width. 1141 9 linear feet of the Qui en of tlie Wet No. 3 lode with surface ground iiOO feet in width. 1290 lineai feet ot the Queen of the West No. 7 lode with sutfneo ground 117.0 fiet in width All covering veins, lodes nnd mineral deposits heat lng gold silver and other pieclous metals, and all l)ing and be ing and situate within the Ophlr Min ing Dlstilct In the County of Tooele nnd State of Utah, and being consolidated us one ginup of claims, Mineral Survey No. 49"4. has made application to the United States fm a patent for tlie Rild consolidated mining claims comprising all of the .ibove-de-cilbed claims, which Is mote full) described as to metes and bounds by the official pint and by the Held note .'t survey lieu of now filed In the office of the Registet of the Dis trict of LandR, subject to sale at Salt Lake City. Utah, which field notes of siirve) describe the boundaries nnd ex tent of said tlnlp. on the surface with magnetic vatlatloii nt 1G degrees 2i) minutes east as follows, to wit: Peghinlng nt cornet No. 1, Lucky Roy Mine lode, which Is Identical with cor ner No. 1 McKlnley lode, this survey; whence V. S. M. M. No. 8 bears north 7 degiees 7 minutes east 723,9 feet, thence south SI degrees 54 minutes east 12S9 C feet to corner No. 2 Lucky Boy Mine lode, this survey; thence south degiees C minutes west 8C.1 feet to llnp 1-2 Silver Dollar lode, this survey, thence north 51 degrees east S50.3 feet to coiner No. 2 Silver Dollar lode, this surve) ; thence south 21 degtees 20 mln uttH east C07.1 feet to corner No. 3 Sil ver Doliur lode, this survey; thence south CJ degrees 7 minutes west 1492. S feet to coiner No. 4 Silver Dollar lode, tills sutve) tin nee rorth 21 degiees 30 minutes west 5SC.3 feet to line 3-1 Lucky Ho) Mine lode, this suivey; thence north SI degiees 54 minutes west 844.3 feet to coiner No. 4 Lucky Doy Mine Iod,' identical with coiner No. 2 McKln ley lode, both ot this survey; thence not th 81 degrees 54 minutes west 1301.7 left to tot net No I MnKlnley Mine lode, this survey; thence north 8 degrees 0 minutes eitHt 557 feet to corner No, 4 McKlnley Mine lode, on line 2-3, Key stone lode, both of this Hiitvey; thence noith 81 degrees 51 minutes west 557 feet to corner No. 3 Keystone lode, this survey thence north 8 degrees C min utes east 501 5 leet to cottier No. 4 Key stone lode, this sutvey; thence south 81 degrees 51 minutes east B17.1 feet to corner No. 3 Queen of tlie West lode, this survey; thence north" 8 degrees C minutes east 115 feet to corner No 4 Queen of the West lode, Identical with corner No i Queen of the West No 1 lode, both of this survey, thence noitn 8 degrees C minutes east COO feet to corner No 3 Queen o the West No 1 lode. Identlcul with corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, both of this survey; thence north 8 degrees G min utes east GOO feet to corner No 3 Queen of the West No. 2 lode, this survey: thence south 81 degrees 64 minutes east 1112 feet to corner No, 4 Queen of tho West No. 2 lode, on line 1-2 Queen of the West No. 4 lode, both of this sur vey; thence north 8 degrees 6 minutes east 499.7 feet to corner No. 2 Queen ot the West No. 4 lode, this survey; thence s'outh 81 degrees 54 minutes east 417.2 feet to line 1-2 Queen of the West No. G lode, this survey; thence north 47 degrees 3S minutes west 1211 4 feet to corner No. 2 Queen of the West No. G lode, this survey; thence north 42 de giees 22 minutes enst GOO feet to cor ner No 3 Queen of the West No. G lode, this survey; thence south 47 degrees 38 minutes east 1489.1 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the West No. G lode this survey, on line 2-3 Queen of the West No, 3 lode, tills survey, thence north i degrees 22 minutes enst 731.1 feet to comer No. 3 Queen of tlie West No. I lode, this survey; thence south 47 de grees 38 minutes east COO feet to cor ner No, 4 Queen of the West No. 3 lode, this survey, on lino 2-3 Queen ot tho West No, 7 lode: thence north 42 de grees 22 minutes enst 5r6.9 feet to cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 7 lode, tills survey; thence south 8 degrees 6 minutes west 599.7 feet to corner No. 4 Queen of the Wes No. 7 lode, this sur vey: thence south 12 degrees 22 min utes west 1290 feet to corner No. 1 Queen of the West No. 7( lode, this survey, Identical with corner No, 4 of tho Queen of the West No. 4 lode and with cor ner No. 3 Queen of the West No. 5 lode, both of tills survey; thence Eouth 8 degrees G minutes west 600 feet to cor ner No. I Queen of the West No. 5 lode, this survey. Identical with corner No. 3 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey; thence south 8 degrees G minutes weiit 600 feet to coiner No. 2 Admiral Dewey lode, this survey, identical with corner No. 4 Uncle Sam lode, this survey; thence south 8 degrees G minutes west 315 feet to corner No. 3 Uncle Sam lode, this survey: thence north SI degrees 51 minutes west 1479,3 feet to corner No. 4 Uncle Sam lode, this survey, Identical with corner No. 2 Queen of the West lode, this survey; thence north 81 de grees 54 minutes west 169.1 feet to cor ner No. 1 Keystone lode, this survey, on lino 2-3, Queen of the West lode, this survey: thence south 8 degrees G minutes west 501.5 feet to corner No. 2 Keystone lode, this survey, on lino 1-4 McKlnley mine lodo, this survey: thence south 81 degrees 54 minutes east 3.1S.7 feet to the place of beginning. Containing n total aiea of 229. G94 act ex. ftom which are deducted con flicting areas as follows, namely: Acres. Silver Dollar lode, this survey.... 2.5"!r Lot No. S4 Mahogany No. 2 lode.. 0.157 I Lot No. 154 Mark Antony lode.... 12.495 Queen of the West No. 4 lode, J this survey 3.41S Making n total of 18. COS Leaving the net aiea of the H lode claim 211.089 9 Making a total of 18tC05 acres; lcav- jfl lng the net niea of the lode claim 211.0S3 W ait cs. U The areas In conflict with lot No. S4 H Mahogany No. 2 lode and lot No. 151 H Maik Antony lode aie not claimed. H Notices of location of nil of said inln- 1 lng claims comprising said group being ffl of retold In the office of the Recorder M of Tooele County, nt Tooeje City in tho H County and State aforesaid, the pre- H sumed general course or direction of H the said veins, lodes and inlnernl de- ' posits being shown on the said plat as near ns can be determined from pres ent developments, this claim being for the number of linear feet of each lode together with surface giound shown upon the official plat, and as herein de scribed. Tlie neatest known locations being the Mahogany No. 2 lode mining claim lot No. 84, the Mark Antony lode mining claim lot No, 154, the Rover lode mining claim survey No, 3478, the Occident lode mining claim lot No. 10S, the Heichol lode mining claim lot No. 112, the Swansea lode mining claim Lot' No. 106 and tlie Homestake lodo min ing claim Lot No. 94, nil of the snld i latins being so designated on the olil clnl plat. Said claims are situated in unsurveyed township 5 south, range 4 west. Any nnd all persons claiming ndverse ly the mining ground, veins, lodes, premises, or any portion thereof so de scribed, suiveyed, platted nnd applied foi, ate liereby notified that unless their adveise cilttiK are duly filed as accord ing to law and the legulatlons there undnr within tlie time preset Ibed by law with the Register of the United States Land Olllce at Salt Lnke City, in tlie county of Salt Lake, State of Utah, they will be Inured by virtue ot the , piovlslons of said statute. I lieieby direct that this notice be published in the Meicur Miner at Mer cur, Tooele county, Stnte of Utah, tho newspaper published nearest to the snld mining claims, for a petloil of nine con secutive weeks. FRANK D. HOUDS, Register. i : I t Phcenix Indemnity Company, t OF AMERICA. K Insure yourself against sickness and J) accidents. ... Also Life Insurance. J J Installment Plan. ... You pay a J little each month. XCXXXZXX T FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITS TO r H. A, NELSON, General Agent, 209, 211, 232 Deserel News Bldg. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.