|Paper||Washington County News|
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|Paper||Washington County News|
PROFESSIONAL CAKDS. DAVID H. MORRIS, COUNTY ATTORNEY, and NOTARY PUBLIC, St. deorse, UTAH. D. D. MOUTZ, GEO. R. LUND. HOUTZ and LUND, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Offices, Union Blk., Provo City, Utah, THOS. MARIONEAUX, DISTRICT ATTORNEY, Beaver City, Utah. Civil business solicited In all counties of the district. FRANCIS L. DAGGETT. Attorneyat-Law & Notary Public, St. Qecrge, UTAH. All business connected with the settlement of Estates of deceased persons a specialty. Convevances of all kinds carefullv executed. METEOROLOGICAL KF.rOJITi Date. Max. Min. Sunshine Rain June S 88 50 100 .15 "10 89 53 100 "11 94 52 100 "12 96 55 100 " 13 95 54 100 " 14 90 53 100 " 15 94 48 i00 James G. Bleak. Government observer. NOTICE All persons wanting old wheat ground before harvest should bring it in now. Joseph S. Snow, Manager, Washington Mill Co. STATE LAM) NOTICE. United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 9, 1900. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby piven that the State of Utah filed in this office a list, No. 24, of lands selected by the said State for the establishment and maintenance of an Insane Asylum, under Section 12 of the Act of Congress approved July 16, 1894. The following tract, embraced In said list, la in a township containing mineral claims of record, viz. ! The north half of tile northeast quarter of Section fourteen (14), in Township fdrty-one (41), south, and of Range thirteen (13), west, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. A copy of said list, by descriptive subdivision, subdivis-ion, so far as it relates to said tract, has been conspicuously posted in this office, for inspection inspec-tion by any person interested, add by the public pub-lic generally, During the sixty days next following the date of this notice, under departmental instructions of November 27, 1896, (23 L. D., 459), protests or contests against the claim of the said State to the tract hereinabove described, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for- report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. C. Failure so to protest pro-test or contest within the period specified will be considered sufficient evidence of the non-mineral non-mineral character of said tract, and the selection selec-tion thereof, being otherwise free from objection, objec-tion, will be recommended for approval. Frank D. Hobbs, Register, Geo. A. Smith, Receiver. First publication April 21, 1900. Last publication, June 16, 1900. St. George Postofflce, New Schedule. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. Salt Lake, daily except Tuesday, about 10 a. m. St. Thomas, Tues., Thurs. fe Sat., 9:15 a.m. Pine Valley, Tuesday & Saturday, 5:45 p. m. MAILS CLOSE. Salt Lake, daily except Saturday, 4 p. m St. Thomas, Mon., Wed. & Fri., 12 noon Pine Valley, Sunday & Thursday 6 p. m. John Pymm. Postmaster. OREGON SHORT LINE R. R. STATE LAND NOTICE. United States Land Office, Salt Lake Cltv, Utah, May 7, 1900. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby piven that the State of Utah has filed in this office a list, No. ?8, for the establishment and maintenance of a Deaf and Dumb Asylum, under section 12 of the Act of Congress approved July 1G, 1894. The following follow-ing tracts, embraced in said list, are in a township town-ship containing mineral claims of record, viz: The east half of the southwest quarter of Section eleven (11), in Township forty-one (41), south, and of Range thirteen (13), west, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. A copy of said list, so far as it relates to said tracts, by descriptive subdivisions, has been conspicuously posted in this office, for inspection inspec-tion by any person interested, and by the public pub-lic generally. Within the next sixty days following the date of this notice, under departmental instructions of Nov. 27, 18B6 (23 L. D., 459), protests or contests con-tests against the claim of the State to any of the tracts or subdivisions herein described, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than for agricultural purposes, will be received and noted for report to the General Land Office at Washington, D. C. Failure so to protest or contest within the time specified will be considered sufficient evidence of the non-mineral character of said tracts, and the selection thereof, being otherwise free from objection, will be recommended for approval, Fbank D. Hobbs, Register. Oko. A. Smith, Receiver. First publication May 19, 1900, Last publication Julv 14, 1900. Direct Line to Salt Lake. TIME TABLE, EFFECTIVE MARCH 19. NORTH BOUND. Leave Frisco 7:00 p. m. Milford 8:35 p.m. " Oasis 1:00 a. m. " Juab 6:10 a.m. " Nephi 6:40 a.m. " Provo 8:00 a. m Arrive Salt Lake 9:35 a. m, Leave Salt Lake 9:45 a. m. Arrive Ogden..t 10:50a.m. south bound. Leave Ogden 2:05 p. m. Arrive Salt Lake 3:05 p.m. Leave Salt Lake 5:30 p. m. " Provo 7:10 p. m. " Nephi 8:35 p. m. " Juab 9:10 p. m. " Oasis 1:00 aim. " Milford 5:30 a. m. Arrive Frisco 7:30 a. in. Trains south of Juab do not run on Sundays. Tourists sleepers on all trains between Milford and Salt Lake. The direct line to all points. The only line to Pacific Northwest, Montana, and all eastern points. For particulars write, S. G. Dve, Agent, Milford, Utah. S. W. ECCLES, D. E. BURLEY. G. T. M. G. P. & T. A. . Salt Lake Citv, Utah. UTAH & PACIFIC R. R. CO. Time Card No. 5, TAKING EFFECT MAY 10, 1900. NORTH bound: Leave Uvada 1:30 p. m. " Searl 1:51 p. m. Arrive I , , , ( 2:00 p. ni. Leave Modena 2:5 p. m. " Escalante 2:30 p. m. " Beryl 2:54 p. m. " Sahara 3:15 p. m. " Covena 3:33 p. ra. Arrive ) T , I 3:45 p. m. Leave f Llmd 3:55 p. m. ' Sulphur Well 4:10 p. m " Latimer 4:25 p. m- " Nada 4:37 p. m. " Thermo 4:55 p. m. " Upton' 5:19 p.m. Arrive Milford 5:40 p. m- south hound: Leave Milford 8:00 a. m. Upton 8:21 a. m. " Thermo 8:45 a. m. Nada 9:03 a. m. Lutinier 9:15 a.m. Sulphur Well 9:30 a.m. Arrive r , ( 9:45 a. m. Leave f iMUd 10:05 a. m. Covena 10:17 a.m. " Sahara 10:35 a. m. " (.rvl 10:50 a. m. ICvalante 11:20 a.m. Arrive ) ,r , J ll:38 a. m. Leave Modena j n.-8,L. Searl 12:04 11. m. Arrive Uvada 12:25 11. tn. North bound trains leave daily except ex-cept Sundays. South bound train uO not run on Mondays. T, it Ut.MouiMiK, Gen') S'1!' City Drug Store, J. R. MICHELS, Prop. dealer In Patent fledicines, Djugs, Cigars, Candies, Stationery, Station-ery, Perfumery, etc., etc. CALL ON W. A. NELSON, THE BARBER, For a Good Hair-Cut, Shave, Shampoo, Sham-poo, etc., at reasonable prices. Razors Honed and Scissors Ground. Danderine and other Hair Tonics. NOTICE. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF WASHINGTON WASHING-TON FIELD CANAL CO. A meeting of the Stockholders will be held in Washington Meeting House Saturday. June 30, 1900, at 1 p. m., to Adopt Articles of Association of Incorporation In-corporation drafted by the Board, and to consider any and all other business that may properly come before the meeting. James Andrus, Pres. Erastus B. Snow, Sec. New Goods. Ladies' Furnishings, OufJHs, Ready-Made Suits, Underwear, HATS, & NOTIONS, All personally selected lif Jrs. Maggie CI if I. Call al residence, opposite S. W. corner of Tabernacle Square. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS. to whom it may concern: There will be a special meetino-0f I the Enterprise Reservoir and CanafC'o. ;held at Enterprise. Washington Co.! j Utah. Saturday. July 7. l'.lllO. for the I purpose of alloting land. I Alex. H. Rollo, Sec. and Treas.