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|Paper||Juab County Times|
NOTlCfc NEPHI NATIONAL Office, Salt Lake City, Utah. August 7, 1912. Notice Is hereby given that Joseph R. Dewsnup, whose postofflce address Deseret, Utah, baa made application tn accordance with the requirements of section 1288x24, chapter 62, session laws of Utah, 1909, to change the point of diversion of eigne and seventy-fivhundredths (8.75) cubic feet of water per second which has been diverted from Halter's Hot Springs, Juab county, Utah. Daker's Hot Springs consist of twelve springs situated by course and distance aa follows: Spring No. 1 bears north 47 degrees 25 minutes 20 seconds west 12.997.3 of the west quarter cor-e-r of section 19, township 14 south, range 7 west. Salt Lake base and meridian. Spring No. 2 bears north 73 degrees 12 minutes weBt 848 feet from Spring No. 1. Spring No. 3 bears lorth 89 degrees & minutes west 1.247 feet from Spring No. 2. Spring No. 4 bears sojth 14 degrees 16 minutes west 3C feet from Spring 3; NO. Spring No. 5 bears south 14 degrees lti minutes west 52 feet from Spring No. 4. Spring No. 6 bears north 7 degrees &3 minutes west 203 fret from Spring No. 5. Spring No. 7 bears north 34 degrees 3ti minufes east 347 feet from Spring No 6. Spring No. 8 bears south 57 degrees 40 minutes went K2it feet from Spring No. 7. Spring No. 9 bears north 46 decrees 54 mfuuteg west 74 feet from Spring No. 8. Spring No. 10 bears south 4 degrees 3 minutes east 29!) feet from Spring No. 9. Spring No. 11 bearH south 13 degrees 54 minutes west 112 feet from Spring No. 10. S;rlng No. 12 bears south 13 degrees 54 minu'es nest 46 feet from Spring No 11. The water so diverted has been used to Irrigate 800 acras of land embraced In sections li and 14. tuwp.?h!p 14 south, range 8 west. Salt Lake bnse and meridian. The appl'eant no'.v makes application to change the Mint of diversion to a jiolnt which bttars north 47 dcpxee3 25 minutes 20 west 12.997.3 feet dlstnnt of the west quarter corner of 19, township 14 south, range 7 west, Srilt Lake b;iBe and meridian, from where It will bo conveyed by means of.- - a ditch for a 'distance of 18.000 feet and there used during the period from January 1 to December 31. Inclusive, of each yenr, to Irrigate C41 acres land embraced In sections 24. 23 and 36. township 14 south, range 8 west, Salt Liike base and meridian. This application Is designated In the state engineer's office as No. 127. All protests against the granting of said application, statin? the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit In duplicate and filed In this office within thirty (3) days after the completion of the publication of this noCALEB TANNER.' tice. State Engineer. Date of first publication August 16, 1912; date of completion of publication, September 16, 1912. Is Interest paid on Time Deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum e ft 08TLKH, FKtMDtNT L. I. U1LL, VicaPitDair K. R. BOOTH, Oittni. Word-of-Mout- h Advertising Passing encomiums, only over your store counter, about the quality of wliat you've got to sell, results in about as much satisfaction as your wife would get if you gave her a box of cigars for Christmas. Advertising in This Paper talks to everybody at onco anil make tliom talk ba. k wiili money. City Meat Co. Kec-ond- s sec-tio- & Carrett, Proprietor Mangrlioa All Kinds of Home Cured and Fresh Meals in Refrigerator Kept business bring run on cash busix, liable ua to sell at very reasonable prices. Courteous Treatment to All up-to-d- o-- .. Ostler & Allen Manufacture that hand-mad- Old Rinmt tMtmi la ever-lastin- g Harness e repaired rood at at PaiMlra Hriulr and Blaakrla. Jiaju ami SaM!-- lm. Ucno. State Engineer's BANK .. TO WATER a Turn Over MAIL ORDER a New Leaf t By subscribing for THIS PAPER PIRATES J I 1 They tail the high and low seas of commerce. They pay million s year for advertising. Their profit is millions. Spike their guns with generous advertising in this your home paper. If you intend to have a sale get our prices Sale Bills PRINTED Use the mail order's own weapon We are fixed for turning ADVERTISING out work of this kind t T T H ika e ? imV a--- eesM double-quic- time. k fa". I f '" What You Want How You Vant It When You Want It the f VfcJI d prmtine come ill to us and we'd guarantee you sifsciory work at prices that are right jf For snyttiinn If You Want get YOU can by in this reaches It paper. tha beat class of people in this td-ertia- FISH ANGRY BITES AN ECHO. ANGLER ifip in I MAIL Salt Lake newspaper announces that the Saltalr road will probably A MY BACK? CURE Common sense will do more to be electrified next year. A new tank, to be known as the National City Bank of Salt Lake, with a capital of J250.000, is to be established in the capital city. A Salt Lake nlmrod, while hunting la Mill Creek canyon, shot and killed three wildcats. The largest one measinches from tip to tip. ured forty-fivThomas Riley, partner of Harry Tborne In the murder of George Fas-sel- l, the Salt Lake groceryman, In March, 1910, is to be shot on October Whether a fiBh can have hydrophobia Is a question that Fred Henry ot Hancock street, Brooklyn, would like to have settled, and for that reason he has sent to tbe Pasteur Institute In New York the head of a pickerel that bit him at S watts-woolake recently,' says a Newton (N. J.) correspondent ot the New York Press. Henry was fishing In a boat that was a trifle leaky and be took off his shoes and socks. His first catch was a pickerel weighing three pounds. When he yanked the fish It flopped around In the bottom ot tbe boat In a lively fashion. As Henry was baiting up again be felt a sharp palu in one of his feet. Hnd, looking down, saw that the pickerel had trade a jump and fastened Its teeth in his toe. He tried to kick the fish away, but the pickerel held on and Henry had to use the handle of his landing net to pry open the (IhIi's Jaws before he got free of It. The toe started to swell where the teeth bad punctured It, and Henry became worried, lie says he thinks it possible that the pickerel may have hod hydrophobia mid, as a precaution ary measure, be sent the head to tbe Pasteur Institute. d e 24. While the peach crop In Utah county is heavy this year, peaches are smaller because of cold weather, according to the county horticultural inspector. Joseph W. Bailey, superintendent of the'Ogdsn Rapid Transit company, and one of the most popular residents of Ogden, died Saturday following an Illness of several weeks. Manager John L. Price of the Brig-haCity Canning company met with a painful accident last week. A can of toruutoej exploded and the contents were shot into his face. Wiliam J. llryan will address a Itemocr&tlc mass meeting In the Salt Lake theatre the night of September IV in behalf of the presidential caudl-dac- y German Farmer Good Business Man. of Governor iVoodrow Wilson. dor a Breniing'y generous offer Dr. J. W. Ewln, a well known Salt of ln a North German farmhospitality, Iake dentist, took a dose of strych- er lias mannged to Tiiclmle a good nine with sn'cldal intent, Saturday ' stroke of business for himself. In a night, and died seventeen hours later. .Hanover paper rccnily appeared Continued ill health lead to the deed. an advert isen.ctit that from lilteen to The WHIard canning factory- - was twenty women and girls (uot urnier run. twelve years of age) who needed re-- I opened last week for the season's One thousand bushels of tomatoes en tirr.lt Inn ennlil tinvn fr, luiiir,! miA were canned the first day. In a tew lodging on a country estate. Hut In days the factory will be run at full exchange they would be required to pick peas from eight to ten hours capacity, 1,500 bushels daily. At a meeting of the state board ot dally. Industrious pickers might also pardons September 21, the petition of be paid cash for their labor. Harry Thorpe for leniency will be The Love in Fiction and Life. Thorne is sentenced to considered. A periodical devoted to the drama be executed September 26 for the pleads for plays based on some emomurder of George W. FasselL The enormous fruit crop of Provo tion other than love.' The difficulty in and vicinity, is now Jeing marketed producing such plays Is that every at the rate of teu to tifteen. carloads play must have a hero, and In maka day. Most of that shipped out la ing a hero the playwright, as well as carloads went to eastern markets, and his audler.ee. almost Inevitably adopts by consisted of prunes, peaches and pears. the view expressed 2,000 years ago of the dead walls of Pom-pell- : la f scribbler A daylight robbery, committed a "He who has never the heart of the business district ot woman Is not a gentleman." loved, Ogden was accomplished by a lone thug Sunday afternoon when Dr. C. The czar of Russia has 102 vast palF. Osgood, a physician, was lied hand aces, employing a staff of 32.000 serofand foot and robbed of $53 in his vants, with an annual payroll of fice. , you want ora of umsii bur. Use This Paper An J.ArKaneata Caao Hnry N trd Kt White. Aik., ai , .rlii. 7r!r Stcry" aurr.rtMi r ihlti 1 ra1h I e v but terrible klilney I awful He (at the musicale) That singer seems to be echoing our feeling. 41 bmllh. nuts: trou-bl- r. lixd tivad-irh- ii and disay apt-na- , laurlatt aca rd and my back SheHow soT He She's singing "No One Knows How Sad I Feel." e o n m tantly. ljnan a t IKid- a cur'd tti .tii.IM4ly and bale bad no iin of kulli.-irtmtiUtftiiir Get Doun't St any Drug Store, 50c. s Box ney West No Place for Consumptives. Physicians In all of the eastern states will be asked by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis to stop send-luconsumptives In the last stages of tuberculosis and without sutllcleiit funds to the southwestern part of tlf United States In search of health. While It Is Impossible lo tell accurately how many consumptives there are at present living in the states of Colorado, New .Mexico, Arizona, south-- ' ern California, and western Texas, It Is probable lli u no less than ten per cent of the C.OuO.Ouo people In this territory have tuberculosis themselves, or have come to the west because some members of their family have had it. Every year, the health authori ties esiiiuuie, noi ieKs nuiii iu,evu hopelessly diseased, cousumptlves, come west to die. For these cases, the climate of tl section of the country can do nothing, and they are compelled to die In strange surroiim' J s nnd thousands of miles from' home and friends. Tbe National Association points out further that from 50 to CO per cent, of these advanced enses are too poor to provldo tbe proper necessaries of life, and they are either starved to death, or compelled to accept the meager charity which this part of tbe country affords. I I Drtn'c Kidney g j . Constipation Vanishes Forever Permanent Cure Prompt Relief CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never lau. rureiy vegeta ble - act surely . but ce niiy on tbe St on rl. finer tress-cu- . live n f ORDER PIRATES cr 3 They pay millions s year for advertising. Their profit is millions. Spike their guns with generous advertising in this your home paper. Use the mail order's own weapon ADVERTISING if rM. ,r 't'ji rT.ir I r f jrfiDTrpcl"I dis- - re S , U PILLS. a a intiiucstion. improve the complexion, brighten tneeyea, SMALL TILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. z c Genuine must bear Signature t , BALSAM HAIR V, JT1 .nswse 5 (Tom. 3 n4 Wuuftcs tha halt. a Insurant o Jiastort TJl to ti Tmniiru Cok. V! .ir h.r fsiiii.. i'nrve-nle- i .HI MIST t mi h V taV: SI. Mniitrc iitc tr Purer. llII UtU mud ft: (U it.'Ol flttttK I orttivl nirfc tmlirtUtl. I vatejl Ulmt nd umpire l'tttr, 1 oL. lelrttnu. lrtoui stltiuvl lltaiik. Electric Fans In India. Although It costs but 6 cents a day "Successful r.rainsw aa. In India for men to wave fans to keep 11. tM c H'.s ait!Ai-uua- , tbe air circulating In houses, they are It IteyeS V ( f K uEVES'7c gradually being replaced by electric fans as cheaper and more reliable. n si- -r a cw . un wfnio Drietnue Cuba Market for Canada Stone. u wnuinLa. auu. rtnaiUii'tuk Cuba lmKirts m,t of Its stone from W. N. U, Salt Lake City, No. Canada. fT":n".r?,J3 rrrnri salve John Young Smith, 72 years old, watchman of the office of President It's well enough to hope, but don't Joseph K. Smith, died suddenly Sep- loaf on the job while doing it. tember 7. The cause of death waa rxrwan-- ! heart failure. Until within a few days or bis death be enjoyed robust health. The eighth annual convention ot the Retail Merchants of Utah opens la Salt Lake City September 12, and FT0RTY "JEAES AGO almost every mother thought chLU must havo merchants In the city and out of town are preparing to make It one of the PAEEG0RI0 or laudanum to mako most memorable in the history of the deep. Thcso drugs will produce-deep-, and A FEW DROPS TOO MANY will produce tho SLEEP PROM 7HICE organization. Ground has been broken for the THERE IS NO WeAKING.- - Many cro tho children ho ha?o been killed or excavating ot the basement ot the new high school building at Spring-vlllwhose health has been ruined for lifo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each, Tbe building, when completed, of which i3 narcotic product ill cost feo.OOO, and according to opium, Bruggbts aro prohibited Irom selling contract must be completed and ready cither of tho narcotics named to children for uf by July 1, 1913. to anybody without labelling all, In tbe year 1911 counties immediatethem poison." Tho definition of "narcotic ly surrounding Salt Lake produced in ich ich bv poisonous doses produces grain, bay and potatoes alone, crops produces sleep, stupor, coma, convulto the value of $3 235,196. The farm Tho sions tasto and smeUcfmedicme3 of the entire slate. Including produces containing opium aro disguised, batter and eggs, reach as high as and sold under tho narne.3 Yon "Cordials," "Props," in a single year. "Soothing Syrups," should not permit any medicine to bo given to As a result of an attempt at suicide, your children without you or by taking poison In a glass of beer In know of what is composed. 0AST0RIA DOES NOT CONyour physician a saloon In Salt Lake, Frank Sherlock, 25 years of age, a private soldier TAIN bears tho dgnaturo NARCOTICS, Chas. H. Fletcher. of company C, Twentieth Infantry, Fort Douglas, lies at the point of death in tbe post hospital. Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture has decided to establish an experiment station on tbe Dr. JT. W. Ujdala, of CT.Jcasro, I'.!, says: "l n.v? your Caitoria anI Mantl national forest near Epbralm. sdvlso 1U tiie la a:i famUks wWre Cert are ciSMrea." for the study of grating and water Dr. AVxanler D. JlictJo, of c:etc:ar.J, OLlo, says: "I tars fnwjusnL'r It Is expected protection problems. prescribed your Caatorla sol lava found It A rcIlaUa tmj tdeaaant reov to have the station in working order rdy lor children." before winter. Dr. Agrwi V. SwetWl, of Omaha, l.Vbr., say j "Your CastorU U A candidate for president of the tbe best remedy in tb. world for children and tbe only one I nee and United States mounted a soap box In recommend." Salt Lake, Saturday night, and haranDr. J. a. 2.!cCk:!aa, of Eoffa! K. T, says: "1 Lars frwjnenUy rmcrlbea gued the crowd on the Issues of tbe Catcrl for children and aJwaya got eood result yoor la fact I M campaign. He was Arthur Elmer CaMorla for my own childrea." sfrniiaiinarFuodani,' Is a who boston the tailor, Rmer, Dr. 2. W. AIIto, cf EU Loula, Jfo, aars: "I fceartKy endors SiosaJs arJCtawfii Img nomine for president of the Socialyoor I bate frequently prestrlVd It la tr.y ra.cil ist Labor party. ' sad tars tracUce, always, fonad it to do all liat Is claimed far IV Idaho. capitalists are endeavoring to -Dr. fIL Clldden, of - Tatal. i:;na, aa7t: j'y eirlfmro S s pracInterest eastern capital In the Green titioner with yo-j- r Castorla Las U-e- LLsiU saUafactory, River project, which Involves the cons&i I consider It sn excellent retr.c!y for ll yons." struction of a dam across the river npssaivl ft"s;f onraintntia -1L 'a D. Dinner, of Dr. and tha building of canals to rec'alm Opiiint.Mvphinc rrirMnui.; Caa--. Ta, says: "I Late y0t S50,0O0 of land near Green River, tbe torls as s rmrcaiive la tie cases of chorea for yearg trc most wlla OTAffcoTc. tie whole project costing In tbe neighfca; ry eloct, anl fu"y etJorso it as a safe remedy." borhood of 14.000.000. Dr. 3. A. Dtarmaa, cf Katgas City, l.'o, aays: Toar Caslorls la a splenThe fnrtgrowers have commenced did remedy for cLirea, known Ca worlj over. I use It la my practice to pick their pearbes and for the first Bed Lava to besIUac la reooairoeadiiia; it tLm complaiaU of Infants tisie In Its history Springville will be Sad children." the carload lot. by shipping Dr. J. 3. Jtarkcy, cf DrooUj-n- , N. T, says: "I consider your Castor la sa .t U estimated that from fifty to sixty excellent preparation for cbdrea, teinst composed cf reliable medicines arloads of peaches will be shipped nMtpim it fa". and tleasant to its taato. A good remedy for aUl dlstarba&oes of lis l.om this section. digestive organs." 'at A nerfcrt IVtnrdv fur CmK.lr of tbe Through the lion , sour smrn.i)imrj 1:2 J club and Individuals who are ALWAYS JrvfTiss Worms Sufficiently interested to delve Into SIJX?. and F Lo SS Loan 0 rtrss tha of old government records, an effort Is E.guatara being made to Initiate the general pub. Sin rat $ifrrttt He Info referring to the high peak of Oelen as "Ogden peak" InNEW M1PTC. stead of Obesrvatory peak. At the close of tbe Urn day of tbe 1112-1selmol year, regMrstlon la the twenty-ninpublic schools of Salt Lake bad reached K.017. a against 15,53 for last year. It Is estimated that th number will reach 17,090 ty F.rt Copy of WrajTer. the end of the week. 17-19- 12. Don't Poison Baby, her it e. a cf and and dcaiJu" at cr "is: 'lincdicuieivJikJirclLcvcspain. lut cf etc it cf Letters from Prominent Physicians eddrcssed to Chas. II. Fletcher. If. mnkk Cas-torl- a, a low seas of commerce. U cure backache than anything else. "Twill tell you whether the kidneys are sore, swollen and aching. It will tell you In that case that there Is no use trying to cure It with a plaster. If the passages are scant or too frequent, proof that there Is kidney trouble Is complete. Then common sense, will tell you to use lloan's Kidney Pills, the best recommended special kidney remedy. a They sail the high and ppec WHAT WILL Sends he Sufferer, Brooklyn Hesd to Paatsur Institute, Fearing Rabies. Man, i community. Use this BUDGET! if it C f orvrnN tut a, w in THE UTAH am. w fc cl jt fr rche fruit-growin- tber it fom-uUkm- s CEr.umc si JASTORIA et Tie Kind You Have Always Bought in use For Over 30 Years.