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PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW BY ARTHUR, a HOWDEN SMITH CHAPTER XII Continued. ; ittv reached for 'er gun. I . ma i. But somebody grabbed L and somebody elce pushed me e : Mmis b ihnn' Inched war It sauJ,! " Re with an Iron-weighted club. 'K Lnzht 'e'd knocked my bralnsout fB -eould, too, except I fell so fast t account of beln' pushed I wag Cderthe le.el oi the rail when the Fh , me ind mos of the blow went fa tie rail. -Splintered it. It did. Ion, ludsblp. And but for that 1 1 Ka 'prfc. rQUlUU fv r And Miss Bettyr questioned uugn 1 1 dm know, our ludship. When I iw anything again I was lyin on L floor ' the cockpit, dusk waa com-.fBand com-.fBand the launch was drifted far W to sea. They'd stopped the en- jut 1 don't know -ow i got dbck W My 'ead went round and round, t 1 thought If 1 could get to you, bur Indshlp and gentlemen, maybe L conl think of something else to , Jnst give me a chance to lay my lis cn that 'ere Tootool Til. bash. ead for 1m." Thiv had a 6pare trick ready." Immented' Nikka. ."Our 'visit to Hil- 12 W&8 pari uj. a wi v gci uutu v jetty. You see, they would ha i Wht bei, whether she had gone salt-5g salt-5g of not" ' I Too said this afternoon we had Dur ck to the wall," said Hugh. "You're 'Ad Run Out Beyond the Princess j isianas." - iM. They've Het-orf no nn, nni pee is to clean them up." , ue room telephone rang. King an red it. 'Send -Mm-m- h L "AM c act I LI. AUU v tka: "a gypSy asking for you." Thnf n. 711 . n-r .... . . r1 oe vvasso JMKau," cnea "' He must have learned gorae-8- I thought he would. Don't be nhearted. HWh m,i.. h,i i. " - I ' auio uouu a n ! y from beina-Blaved out- It a i thought all along: we have I meet savagery with- savgery. It f case or kill or be killed." I"ut Betty!" exclaimed Vernon PS-'"Think of her V What will they r ini - thinklnv n-kM-iiiui k. O v "CI, IClUlbCU ia, If we hope to rescue her we Bt 1WV v,.j . .. .. . . . , .,u,u. ulve inem.ume, lei wui go to some harem In Anatolia j " Procurer in Salonika. I tell I 1 WOW. Wl Bra ,1HCT k ai I" -ullUft'J-woo are animals. C t?m now n. Nikka Zaranko will Lrm on ttelr own ground." wU!a?. 011 door. HtaU entered, his garish "gyp- br?il,8trIkln ntra8 to the fl.i sUng" 8111(1 0Qr own con-Paalarraents. con-Paalarraents. I Si ,0, n ' Bt'" fii !My ,oun watcb- ,U1 Kii.1, viv . i h.(7 7 mca was body. I tened that you shouldtoow tiasiwui hi. i. . newii t.i i shau .7, " m6nt f Wood-im-.. p our bdes before tomorrow." li ?th 8 E,ad,, rePUe Wasso r ith flashing pp. -r. vV US, HHirh people,- Be k't ! chanc 10 force 'hem J aMe should i Who tW0 fi"--" - 'r aart (iirs to jer de- manaea vernou King" Indlgnariny. "This will be a nasty affair, professor," pro-fessor," returned Nikka. "Ton ought to say out We are younger men, and we are nsed to this kind of thing.? -"Petty Is my daughter, and I aui as able to fight for her as any uf you," answered King. 'I know how to handle a pistol." j said Hugh. "Every man is going to count "I certainly expect to he counted,' replied King. "Me, too, your ludihlp and Mr. Mik-. ka, sir," spoke up Watty, lunging to his feet "Yes, I will, gentlemenIou give ne another glass" of tht ere whisky or. arak or whatever it la, and HI fight 'em all by myself. Yes, 1 will. And I guess I can swing a crow br, if I 'are got a bump oo uy 'ead. Let me at 'em, gentlemen, only let ma That's all I ask." I was beginning to rain -when we left the hotel, with occasional peals of thunder ; but we ' welcomed the change In the weather as a faetor aid ing the surprise attack - we had in tended. At the Galata end of the low er bridge, which was deserted as usual after dark; we dismissed our taxi, and held a final brief council of war la a patch of shadows next to the bridge abutment King. Hugh, Watkins and I were to embark" on the Curlew, while Nikka and Wasso Mlkall tramped to the Khattf the Georgians and rallied Mlkali' six-young -men.-Then they were to go to Sokakl Masyerl and wait for a pistol shot which would be the signal that we had passed through the drain and were at grips with the enemy. Hugh and Nikka compared watches and agreed that we should be In Tokalji's hotse not later than half- past ten. -.- -Mian s,vHi'",'i?'1-;fc': The rain let up as we shook hands and wish ' each other luck, but by the time the Curlew was chugging down the Golden Horn It had set In again with tripled violence, lashed on by a notheast - gale. At - Intervals - broad splotches of lightning bathed the city to our right In a ghastly greenish glow. And when we emerged into the Bosphorus we found a fairly high sea running, but the hunch sturdily thrust her bow into the waves and rode buoyantly buoy-antly over them. We cautiously felt ourwayLalongJlghtsJUtmotor running run-ning at half speed, taking bearings whenever the jagged lightning streaks illuminated the waters. I was worried by the frequency of the lightning displays, but fortunately as we sighted the round tower on the walls, which was our first landmark for Tokalji's house, there was. a lull In -the storm. We were also favored in having the old sea walls act as a lee for us and we worked in closer to the shdr&""TheWfives Tribderafedfafld the fish-hook curye of the ruined jetty broke their remaining force. When Watkins had made fast bow and stern lines to a couple of masses of battered masonry the Curlew floated almost as easily as at her moorings by the Man- o'-war dock. But the difficulties of navigation in the darkness and the jjecessity for extreme care Bad slowed our . progress, and, we were some mln utes behind our schedule. The rocks of the Jetty, too, were awash, and it was as much as your, life was worth to slip, for a fall might mean a broken head er limb. At one point. Indeed, several of us lost the Jetty altogether and were obliged to swim half a dozen strokes to the beach. Watkins, who Insisted -on arming himself with a crowbar, would have drowned 1 Hugh had not hauled him in by the scruff of the neck. It was Impossible to see anything, except once when a light-ping light-ping flash streaked the sky and struct with a stunning report In 8eutart across the Straits. And, then we were so afraid of being discovered that we froze suit, as dose to tne rocss as possible. ThA hAnrh. Ilka the lettr. was un der water. The Waves laDted UD to the foot of the walls, and wt stumbled stum-bled desperately over submerged rocks and oowlders. Watkins, just ahead of ma in HnA. trtnned and very nearly knocked my brains out with his Infernal In-fernal crowbar. I begged him to drop It buf he doggedly refused. Tnj no knife fighter, luster ja, sir,"; he said, "and Tm Intending to give the persons that It me a taste of their own stew like." We Identified the opening of the sewer bv the hollow, booming .sound with which, every now and then, an unusually high wave would rou over Its lip. It sounded like the beating of a watery bass drum. The rain was drlvlnff down aealn. and the wind blew overhead with a shrill vehemence that was deafening. "We'll never be able to get tnrongn that 'ell-'oie tonight Mister Jack, sir," screamed Watkins In my ear. "WeH be drowned with the ratST 1 wns somewhat of Watty's opinion. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1929 myseTf, T5ul muuugel To placate llu. Hugh, without any hesitation, yelled: One at a time I" and sllppeMnto the ewer mouth between two waves. King followed him, and Watty and I brought up ths rear. We were cheered to find the place less terrifying than we had imagined it The water was uwgo-aeep, instead of knee-deep, as It had been when we escaped from the dungeon; but once you had fumbled your way by torchlight over the laeeed moraine that blocked the first thirty icei, me rooting became safer and the water shallowed. just tne same, I never think of the place without shuddering. Jt.wns aeatniy silent except for the cease less seepage of moisture, the occasion. al muffled boom of a wave spattering over Its mouth and the squeaking of me gigantic black rats that swam ahead of us or wriggled Into cracks m the serried courses of the masonry. Our electric torches shone feeblv on the mossy walls, with their sickening rungus growtns,theIr bright green, pendent Weeds. Amorphous Dlants hung from the root The atmosofaere I was sumy, noisome, unclean. And al ways there waa the "drip-drlp-drlp" of water. J We breathed more comfortably when our torches revealed overhead the bars of .the stone grating in the floor of the dungeon. "All quiet above," whispered Hugh, after listening intently. "Dark as b 1, too. I say, how much farther do you suppose this drain goasT H trained bis torch into the thick murk of the immense tube which ex tended beyond the grating as far as our eyes could penetrate. 'Tin Inclined to believe It tontinue Into the city, probably as far as the site of the forum of Theodoalus,f King replied, his scholar's Interest awake. "That was a region of palaces which would have required such a work of engineering. It should be well worth exploring."' ': - " i "Never mind that now," urged Hugh. "We have another task on hand." : 1 He pried up the grating with Watty's Wat-ty's crowbar, the butt of which we rested on the ledge in which the grating grat-ing fitted. This secured a space sufficiently suf-ficiently wide for us to squeese througo, and after' all of us had climbed p we eased the grating back Into its-4;ed,-80-that-there t was no trace remaining of our entrance. The dungeon was the name barren cube of das ty stone that we had left by virtue of Watkins' aid. The ropes that had bound u were still on the floor whsra we had cast them, The Oor we had broken leaned against the wall. Obviously, Tokalji and his people had never even suspected bow we escaped. It was five minutes to eleven when we gained the dungeon, and we knew that Nikka must be at a loss to account ac-count for. our . failure to algnaL Llm. He might suppose us to be casualties of the storm, and in desperation, attack alone on bis own account So we wasted no time, beyond shaking the water from our clothes. ; The lower passage and cellars were deserted, but as we climbed the stairs leading to the central ball opening on the title atrium between the Garden of the Cedars and the large chamber which Tokalji occupied we heard a distant murmur of voices in disagreement disagree-ment Investigation proved the hall to be" unoccupied, and we were presently grouped on Us uneven floor, with only a curtain separating us from the drama going on In the atrium. . The rain was drumming down overhead r" the wind howled with undiminished force; and at Intervals the -thunder .boomed like a barrage of 155s. : "No,, you are wrong, Toutou, It is everybody's business," said Hilyer In French. - '- - "Yov may be chief, but you have no right to risk common property," pro tested Sandra's resonant " voice. - Touton snarled something in his gut tural, indistinct animal speech. like her, and that's enough," it concluded. Tm tired of the rest of you. Bunglers, every one." . . "Have it your own way," said Serge, "but it's not business. She's worth so much to us.T - " . U - ' "One might suppose you a green youth," cut in Maude Hilyer's frigid tones. "Why should you endanger our oup for a colorless cfalfc iike " "I say there is no risk," snapped Toutou. Vhat do I care for them? What does it matter what they "" Tea, yes," interrupted Hilyer,. "but you Continentals, don't appreciafeJhe Anglo-Saxons reeung about weir woman. wom-an. Yon" ' Have done," bellowed Toutou with a sudden name or temper, -urrr-rr-rrhhh I Am I not the master? I wans her. and I shall have her! Go! 'Go! I say. or shall you behold Toutou ' knife." They evidently went for wa could hear the shuffling of feet with an undercurrent un-dercurrent of muttered curses and ob jurgations. Hugh started forwara, pistol in hand, but I checked mm. xws was no time for unpremeditated action. ac-tion. There was a moment silence and a woman's cry of hatred. Leave me alone, you beast r If yoo touch me, HI bite you I You cant bind my teeth. Ah" It was Betty's voice, ana uugn shook me off and was at the curtain with his bund o" the folds before I could reach him. But reach him I did, and another Interruption helped me to restrain" him. King, his face white and his hands shaking. Joined us. Watkins lurked behind us. Lemie " gasped Hnglt "There's plenty of time, -you foot" I hissed. "Wait ! Somebody" I was going to say somebody migni - . - -T- it.- ..mnh- imt come oacx. ana me-iwui:uvuy my sentence in the middle. A ohw opened, nnd the voice of Helene. u Cespedes spoke. "What is this I hear, mon vaml7 she asked. "Are you mad? This gin Is the spoil of the band. She belong to all of us. We are holding her for a bigger stake. Shall we let you hav her for your own satisfaction?- You take too " . . 1 "You are Jealous,M snarled Touton. "I say l want her, and I am going to have her. I am tired of women like you." ' (To Be Continued) rf Or Aore Rart Nothing la less interesting , than avoiding personalities. Ohio ' State Journal. -. '. - ' - v- - & LAWYER8 ; GENERAL PRACTICE 6PECIALIZINQ WILL mad PROBATE Ray EUmor at American Park m very fourth day. NOTICE TO CREDIT0R8 In the : District Court of Utah County, State of Utah 'in the matter of tha estate of Edward J," Jay, deceased. de-ceased. No. 4723 Probate. . " Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the office of Martin M, Larson, attorney at law, Paramount ' Building, Provo, Utah, on or before the 13th day of June, 1929. - r Ellen Rlcblns, administratrix. Martin M.' Larson, 0' Attorney for administratrix. First publication April 13, 1929. Laat publication May 11 1929. NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake -City, Utah, April 26, 1929. Notice is hereby given that Pleas ant Grove City by its Mayor, Frank B.-Newman, hag made application in accordance with the jequirements ot Sec. 8, Chapter 67, Session Laws of Utah, 1919 to 1927 Inclusive, to change point of diversion and place of use of 10 c. f. s. of water from Battle Creek in Utah County, Utah. Said quantity of water has heretofore been - diverted J from -said - Battle Creek at a point which . bears S. 66 degrees ' 55 minutes E. 965 ft. from the cor. of Sec. 27, T. 6 S.. R. 2 E S. L. B. & M. and used for the irrigation of land embraced lirtaeJJWK, Sec. 27; Sec. 28; B EM Sec. 29; T. 5 S., R. 2 E., a L. B. ft M. It is . now proposed to divert said water at the point above described from where it will be con veyed a distance of 10,000 ft. and there use same as a supplemental right to irrigate 960 acres of land embraced in , the SttSWtf Sec. 22; NW,WNE&, Sec. 27; W SEV Sec. 35, all in T. 5. S., R. 2 E., L. B. & M. . Water to Irrigate tne lands heretofore Irrigated under tills right will be obtained by subscrip tion to an equal amount of water In tne proposed Deer Creek Reservoir on the Provo River. This application Is .designated in the State Engineer's Office as File No. a-1057. All protests r agalnst , the" granting of said application, stating the reasons rea-sons therefor, must bo by - affidavit in duplicate, accompanied . wish a fee 'of 11.00, and filed in this office within thirty" "(SO) -' aays after- the completion of the publication of this notice. GEO. M. f BACON. State Engineer. Date of- first , publication, May 4, 1929. Date of . completion of publication, June 1, 1929. .... HAY and APPLES FOR SALE o C. Little. Alpine, Utah. 5-4-2p FOR SALE A Good Used Combl-nation Combl-nation China Closet and Book Case. Call 186-J. J 4-27-lt -AD'S Maytag Sales- and; Service. Terry Draper, Phone 42-W. " 4-20-tf BABY CHICKS Best or Layers. R. L. Ashby, American Fork. 12-22-U FOR SALE -Early Ohio Seed Potatoes. Pota-toes. W. A. Devey, Pljoue 47, Ameri-can Ameri-can Fork. ; ' ' 4-20-tf Home Fur Sale. One bloCK south of Chlpman (Mercantile. Inquire Jas. T. Gardner, American Fork. 4-27-tf PLACE FOR SALE CHEAP-3 room house and' 1 acres ot land. Inquire Mrs. Joseph Okey or LeRoy Okey, American Am-erican Fork. 4-20-3p WANTED TO RENT 25 or 30 acres of pasture for cows near Pleasant Pleas-ant Grove or AmericanFork?y Dr. B. C. Linebaugh. - fir74-20-5f KOTICJB TO FARMERS! Let Skldmore and his Fordson help you out with your plowing and eultl-ating. eultl-ating. R. P. D. No. 24, LehL , .-.iVim. ) --i. 4- 8-30-7p FOR SALE 2,000 well grown smooth type Ramboulllet yearling ewes at $14.50 per head before shearing shear-ing or f 11.50 per head after shearing. Price F. O. B. cars Modena, Utah. Date of shearing about May 25. ,G. R. Parry and E. B. Clark, Cedar City, Utah. - 4-13-Et NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of.EdwinQkey deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at Aluine City, Utah County, Utah, at her residence, on or before the 1st day of July. A. D. 1929. Dated at Alpine City, Utah, this 22nd day of April, A. D. 1929. MART B. OKEY, Administratrix. BOOTH & BROCKBANK, -Attorneys, Provo, Utah First Publication Anrll 27. 1929. Last Publication May 25, 1929. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, 109 South 2nd East Street. American Ameri-can Fork. 5-4-lt "" Six, FordTourings, RoadiHera and Trucks $50)0 each. Worth p to $100.00. --W'ilArade or sell on terms. Martin Nielsen Auto Co. v - 5-4-lt " Select Seed Oats For Sale J. P. Fugal & Sons, Pleasant Grove. Telephone Tele-phone 68-W. 54-lt , TO LEASE Between 400 and 500 acreaoLgkzIng..land In . Deer Creek rroTO Oanyoni - Inqulrff'-W'. T; Iran American Fork. 5-4-2t FOR SALE-rPure bred Jersey Milk cow, 3-years-old. $80.00. Telephone 49-W, Lehi. 5-4-lt ; Used Car Bargains 1928 . CHEVROLET-COACH -' ..... - Fully Equipped , Looks Like New , 1927 CHEVROLET COACH 5 Good Tires. Fully Equipped. 1927 CHEVROLET TON TRUCK "Closed'XahrStsiie"'Body"T" L 1927 FORD TRUCK Closed Cab, Stake Body Ruxtell Axle. CHEVROLET ROADSTER, 1927 Balloon tires,, bumpers, license, duco finish. Mechanically perfect; per-fect; $125 down, balance 1 year GMAC plan. WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS Ifartin Nielsen Auto Co. American Fork, Utah NOTICE TO WATER USERS - State Engineer'! Office, ; I Salt Lake CityrUtahvApril 28rl929. Notice hr hereby given that Pleas ant Grove City by its Mayor, Frank B. Newman, has made application in accordance with the requirements of Sec. 8, Chapter 67, Session Laws of Utah, 1919 to 1927 Inclusive, tocbange point of diversion and place of uso of fc f. s. of water from Grove Creek in Utah County, Utah. Said quantity of water has heretofore been diverted from said Grove Creek at points as follows: No. 1, S. 83 degrees 20 minutes E. 2168 ft. No. 2, S. 71 degrees 20 minutes E. 1882 ft. and No. 3, S. 58. degree 25 minutes min-utes E 1718 ft from the-NW- cor. Sec. 22, T. S R, 2 E.; S. L. B, ft M. and used to Irrigate 720 acres of land embraced . In W, WSE, SEBB Sec 21; E Sec. 20; T. 5 S-, R. 2 E S. L. B. ft M. It is now proposed to divert said water at the point above described from where It will be conveyed a distance of 7.000 ft and there use same as a supplemental right to irrigate 490 acres of land embraced in the 8 SE. SEKSWVi Sec, 1; NE, NEViSE, EENENWVi Sec, ; NSW, WHNWK Sec. 22. T. 5 S.. R. 2 E.. 8. L. B, A M. Water to irrbtate the lands hereto fore Irrigated under this right will be obtained by subscription to . an equal amount of water In the pro posed Deer Creek Reservoir on the provo River, Thla application is designated in the State Engineer's OfficeaFile Xo. a-10,'8. ,. ... : : All protests against tie granting of said application, stating the reasons rea-sons therefor, must be by affidavit in duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00, and filed in this office yithin thirty (20) days -afterthe NOTICE TO WATER USERS State Engineer's Office, - ------ Salt Lake City, Utah, April 19, 1929. Notice Is hereby-given-thatHPleas6 ant Grove City, by Frank B. Newman, Mayor, whose principal place of bus! ness is Pleasant , Grove, - Utah, - has made application . In accordance with the requirements ot the Session Laws of . Utah, 1919 to 1927 incl. to ap propriate 2 c, f. s. of water from Battle Creek In Utah County, Utah. Said water is to be diverted at a point which bears S. 66 degrees 65 minutes E. 965 ft. from the N cor. Sec. 27. T. 5 S., R. 2 E.j S. L, B. ft -M and conveyed by means of a pipe a dis tance of 6,000 ft where It will be used during the entire year for domestic and municipal purposes by the applicant. Tjhe water 1b at present used through Pleasant Grove City Irrigation system during the- irrigation irri-gation season to irrigate certain land near Pleasant Grove, and it is the Intention In-tention to -exchange an equal quantity of water diverted from other sources. Upon demand an equal quantity of water from the Deer Creek ReseF voir when constructed will be supplied sup-plied to said lands by applicant in lieu of the water herein sought . This application Is designated " in the State Engineer's Office as File NO.; 10577. ' . All protests against the granting of said application stating, the reasons therefor, must be by affidavit in duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00, and filed in this office within thirty (30) days after the completion of the publlctaion of this notice. ' ; GEO. M. BACON, State Engineer. Date of first - publication, April 27, 1929. Date of 8UMM0NS In the Fourth Judicial District Court of Utah, in and for Utah County. - . Dewey I Bennett Plaintiff, vs. John McDaniel, (Martha McDanlel, Anderson McDanlel, Samuel V. Mc-. Daniel, Zeblah A. McDaniel, and all other persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate Hen or Interest In the real property described In plaintiff's plain-tiff's complaint adverse to plaintiffs ownership or any cloud upon plaintiff's plain-tiff's title , thereto. Defendants. Summons. i ' ' Thetate of Utahto the Defendants; You are hereby summoned to appear ap-pear within twenty days after service of this summons upon you, if served within the county In which this action Is brought; otherwise within thirty days after such service, and defend the above entitled action, and in case of your failure so to-do, Judg ment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the com plaint which has been filed 'with the clerk of said court This action Is brought for the pur- . pose of . quieting plaintiffs' . title to -the real property located in Alpine, Utah County, Utah, and described as follows: All of Lot 18, Block 5. Plat A", Alpine City Survey , RAY T. ELSMORB, Attorney for Plaintiff. . P. OPAddress, American Fork, Utah. ,. First PubllcatIoaAprlI 27,. 1929. - Last Publication May 25, 1929, t NOTICE TO WATER USERS ; . State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 5, 1929. - Notice is hereby given that Pleasant Pleas-ant Grove City, by Frank B. Newman, New-man, Mayor, has made application In accordance with the requirements completion of piihlipMloBrl0- -X-Chaptet. 67, Session, Laws - or uian, vava to nn inci. to cnange Ofay 25, 1929. completion of the publication of this notice. GEO. M. BACON, State Engineer. Date: of first publication. May 4, 1929. Date of completion of publication, - SUMMONS In the Fourth Judicial District Court ' of Utah, In and for Utah County, - - " Thomas F. Carlisle and Annie Carlisle, his wife, Plaintiffs, ts Fanny June Banks, Eliza Strong, Richard P. Carlisle, , Lincoln Carlisle, and Thomas Carlisle as administrator of - the - estate -- of Fanny s Esther Carlisle Mallett and all unknown persons claiming any interest in the real property described in plaintiffs' complaint Defendants. Summons. The SUte of Utah to the Defendants: xou are Hereby summoned to appear ap-pear within twenty days after ser vice of this summons upon you, if served within the county is nrhich tls action Is brought; otherwise within thirty days after such service, and defend the above entitled action; and In case of your failure so 'to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which baa been filed with the clerk of said court This action is brought for thepur-pose thepur-pose of quieting plaintiffs' title to the real property described in plaintiffs' complaint and located in Alpine Utah County, Utah, and barring any claims of all the defendants of any interest therein. -i. RAY T. ELSMORB. Attorney for Plaintiffs. P. O. Address. American Fork, Utah. First Publication April 27T1 929.: 1 the place of use of 10 c. f. s, of water from American Fork River - In Utah County, Utah. Heretofore said' water has been diverted at a point which bears N. 9 degree 60 mln-" utes B. 4242 ft from the SW cor. Sec. 32, T. 4 R, R. 3 E.. S. L. B. ft M. and used for the irrigation . of , 2240 acres of land embraced in Sec. 7; WHSWJ4 Sec. 8; W, 8V4SE14 ' See. 17; Sea 18r N Sec,"l9r NH NH Sec. 20; T. 6. S, R. X El It is now desired to divert the water as heretofore and use as a supplement al supply for the irrigation, ot 1160 acres of land embraced In SW14, WSE4 Sec. 21 ; T. 4 ft R. 2 E., Wtf, WEH Sec 6; WNW. SEKNWK, SttSEK Sec. 8; NWVi, EtfSW Sec. 16; T. ( 8, R. 1 K, S. L. B. ft M. ' In exchange for this water it is Intended to supply an equal quantity from the proposed Deer Creek . Reservoir or other water from Provo River. This application Is designated In the- State Engineer's Office as File Nova-1061. r All protests against - the - granting"" of said application, stating the rea sons therefor, must be by affidavit in duplicate, accompanied with, a fee of $1.00, and filed In this office with in thirty (30) days after the com-ptetion com-ptetion of the publication of. tb t - notice. GEO M. BACON, State Engineer Date of first publication, April 12, 1929. Date of completion of publication. f hi Jane 1, 1929." Last Publication May 25, 1929. May 10, 1929. .