|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
Miss Ella Pyper drew the A gray head may have number at the Emro lucky County Times 10274, which entitled her to the waited, so long before 47 piece dinner set worth$12. Successor To The NEPHI RECORD beginning to save that he announces Whitmore Mayor JACOB COLEMAN, Editor & Prop'r. has nothing but his that the new electric light plant K. J. HENRIOD, Manager. will operate March 15th, and that weakend character and people can get their washing waning powers to remind for Regular price $2.00 per year. machine motors rewired of his lost opportunities. In advance l.$0 Der vear. 113, Last Tuesday evening at the This is time lost. Published weekly, every Friday home or Mr. and Mrs. I. u. To-dis your earliest Carter, a birthday party was atNephi, Utah. given in honor of 21st. birthday opportunity to start a of their son Ralph, whose young savings account. The Proper Care of Our crowd were invited. Games and refreshments were enjoyed. Juab COMING 4 surprise to Nephi A ay Notice to Water Users. Instructive Article State Engineer's Office, by I. Salt Lake City, Utah, February H. Grace The subject that I wish to pre- sent relates to the proper care of our ditches, and the water that we use for irrigation. It seems to me that when water is worth 75.00 per share (which is supposed to water one acre of land only) that it is worth while to see that none of it goes to waste. Our farm (Grace Bros.) is located just one mile from the main canal that supplies water from the general field, and dur ing the two years that the citizens of Nephi were allowed to grow sugar beets, we put in four acres daring the months of Au If we gust una September. two-thirof could have secured the water, that left the main canal, upon our. land without loss, we could have irrigated at ds least ten acres thoroughly: but on account of weeds and rubbish of different kinds, that were in the ditch, wecouldn t get more 11. and Keep your eyes on First National Bank 1911. Notice is hereby given that Peter Mayer, whose post office address is Fountain Green, Utah, made applica tion in accordance with the requirroenU of Chapter 108, Session Laws of Utah, 1905, to appropriate one thousand one hundred and twenty(l,120) acre-feof water from Tanner Creek fork of River, Juab County, Utah. Said water was (according to the original application) to have been diverted from said stream, by means of a ditch at the west quarter corner of Section 27, Township 13 south. Range 4 west. Salt Lake base and meridian, from where it was to have been conveyed for a distance of 2,640 feet, to a reservoir embraced in Section 28, of the town-- 1 ship above named, where it was to have been stored whenever available during the period from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, of each year. so stored was to have The water been released from said reservoir dur ing the period from April 1 to October inclusive of each year, and conveyed onto 280 acres of land embraced in Sections 28 and 29, Township 13 aouth, Range 4 west. Salt Lake base and meridian, where it was to have been used for irrigation purposes. Said application was approved by the State Engineer October 21, 1907, and one and et Si-vi- er Utah. Nephi, us Successful Ward Reunion. (Continued from p&K IT WILL PAY YOU one.) for those between the ages of 14 and under 20. The following are the members of the committee who contributed so much to making the affair the success that it was, and they are deserving the thanks of the en tire ward for the good work they did: Messrs and Mesdames C. H. Grace, J. B. Riches, J. D. Pexton, Roscoe Tolley, Charles Hall, Stephen Boswell, Owen Boswell, A. R. Paxmar. W. A. Garrett Wm. Bowles, Mesdames EliasWarwood, Robert Winn, E. Tanner, W. A. Wright, George Lunt Miss Bertha McPherson, Messrs. John Kendall, Mark Big-leHarry Boswell, Wm. Jones, Thos. Bowles Sr., Thos. Bowles Jr., Wm. Jenkins, Alonzo Sperry, THE LEADER. QUICK SALES. iwrm'ii'VM' - cubic-fo- semi-circul- Wi n "t iii i iiirin ;yaSiVj Notice is hereby given that ui ties trespassing upon what is mown as th'e Ord and Bailey I it. rt grazing lanu, norm east etc. Nephi, by taking out timber will be prosecuted according to aw. A This Is Your Store. You have been instrumental in making this store. Your support and patronage is Word to Horse Owners largely responsible for its existence today. Shouldn't it give you service, and satisfactory? We feel that we owe the people of Nephi the best service and the best treatment possible; and if you leave it A successful livery and feed stable, to keep the patronage of to us, we will see that you careful horse owners, must live get everything that is your S. Department of th Interior, U. to Its for due. reliability. up reputation Land Office at Salt Lake City, uian 1911. Feb. 10, AN INVITATION Notice U hereby Riven that Peter A cordial invitation is hereby Justensen, of Ephraim, Utah, who, on Homeeteaa made 1904. extended to traveling men, horse February 23. 02077. for No. 16072. Serial, No. owners and others to inspect our entry Sec 21. Sl-- 6w and feed stables. Up- Section 22. Town- boarding SE and SW "It Si. W lih the Curat. tee" accommodawholesome S. L ship 15 South, Range 1 West, Slt Lake City, Ul 217 MAle, ST- Meridian, hoa filed notice or intenuon tions, and the best of livery ser eato to make Final five year'a Troof, vice at rockbottom prices. describ NOTICE. a SE1-4SE1- Z -4 1- -4 JWELERS 4 4. to-da- te, tabliah claim to the land above ed, before the'Reifister and Receiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake day of March, City, Utah, on the 2t 1911. Nephi City Blacksmith Shop. Claimant name w witneaaea: Andrew Han sod. Jr., Andrew Hanson, Sr., the ctace of beginning, con tail ing a People patJoseph Thorpe, and total area of 1ft. 2ft! acres, all of which us Thomas A. reUraon, ta claimed and applied for, there being all of Ephraim, Utah. do conflicts. E. D. R. THOMPSON CHAMPION NO. 1 LOPE - Com Register. mencing at Post No. 1, a comer of the Feb. 17, 1911. First pub. claim, from which U. S. M. M. No. 3 Their work is done exactly to beara N. 71 deg. 66 min. W. 321.7 feet their order. It is done well, and distant, and running thence S. 28 deg. satisfaction is guaranteed. min. W. 694.5 feet to Cor. No. 2; APPLICATION FOR PAT 47 All kinds of bUcksmithinf thence S. 73 deg. 15 min. E. 383.1 feet No. 07076. to Cor. No. 8; thence N. 19 deg. 07 min and horse shoeing. ENT. E. 1343.6 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE, N. 73.dcg. 15 min. W. 45.6 feet to Cor. Salt Lake City, Utah. January 16 1911 No. 6; Ihence 8. 37 . deg. 16 min. V. 708.2 Notice is hereby given that W. A. No. 1, the place of said Cor. to feet Starr, whose residence and pout office hpoinninc. containing a total area of adrfrea is Netihi. Utah, and A. L. 7.438 acres, expressly excepting and H, BURTON. Starr and C. A. SUrr, each of whose excluding there-frohowever, 0.020 is address office residence and post of an acre, area In conflict with Good Licensed abstracter, Farm Loans, Sprinfrville, Utah, have made applica- Luck Lode, U. S. M. 8. No. 4lhl, the Notary Public, Insurance and Patent for net area claimed and applied for being a United tion Ileal Estate. the Champion and Champion No. 1 Me 7.418 acres. Total acreage of consoliin Building mining claims consolidated,! situate dated claim 25.681. with Neho Mining District, Juab Associated Mount nMntned lie timid emcka a nit con Ulna nothing ear what la These claims are on an unsurveved 13.VI.6 of and consisting WO-Utah, with County, In la only, aquar quart wh burnln hldtnry wo1. It tip fit 11 R., Range 1 K., Salt McGURRIN P.YDALCH. BULK. A bottle will amc.k a barrel of nvst Lwlj cap. NKVER OLtall INdrurarlM linear feet of said Champion and l.Vi4.f part of Town. bott'a anaronta!. A M 15. lh t. Trr al ty and Meridian. Itaae Each of Lake 1 w. lode No. U said of aura Hw feet Champion to linear setuln AMorneys-at-LaWay." .et for Tb FB.F. hw rWK, dnird't or mining claims lieing of WiUUiira CONUKNBKD SMOKE. Mad Only by and surface ground with each, not ei said locations in office of tha Recorder of record the Building Boyd THE C. M. WRICMT CO., Ltd., Kanaaa City, Mo. cceding Vfl fc--t wide, as shown opon at Nephi, Juab County SALT LAKK CITY. Juab County, M. UTAH S. U. S. 4t.a.JU-a.jiTa.4-.u the official plat, being wL2 ir.a. r,rr,3 and wm recpectively. and Utah. The nearest known location 'is the Good Iick I ode. U. S. M. S. No. describe! in the field notes and p1a HENRY PARKIN of the official anrveys thereof on file 441. 1 direct in ! to le variation published in ihie office with thicjnotice Meat Dealer. I the Juab County Times at Nephi City. min. East a follows: at 16 drg. kinds ol drcs-2- d CHAMPION LOHK - Commencing at Utah, the newspaper published nearest I buv all meat No. 1. a corner of the claim, from said mining claims for a period of nine N. 22 weeks. whirh U. S. M. M. No. 12 Mattoe a Chickens 9 Hogs E. D. It. THOMPSON do , 2t mm. W. RV? fo t iliatant, and Veal 9c. 8 c, when your can get whatjou need at home. Register ?hence N. 19 deg. 07 min. E. Wash-in- g ninning Cash paid for eggs. XI 1 :t.Vl fi foot to Cor. No. 2: thenre S. See our beautiful Brass Beds, Pianos, Chinaware, Carpets. & Lawrence Robertson, 3 r.. vm No. be Cof. We min wil to r.i rw fpt S Machines and all the latest styles of Furniture. Attorneys for Applicants. itSnro S. IS doif. 07 mm. W. 13VJ.6 411 Felt Lake UUh. Salt Building. City, don't even if our show you buy. line, you Phone 159 pink pleased to foft to Or. N . 4; thenre N. HI dg. Date of first pub. Jan. 20, last pub ) 1 ra n. W. feet to sa J Cor. No. 1 Mr. 24th. Particular ronize Why? SDecoratton bas is doming Not for It ar Proparo nloo orootlnc MONUMENT or HEADSTONE? a. BolIIaton, is'opiii. Serial c. utnu. T. P be cleaned twice in a season, instead of once, which would make Then the cost nearly double. ditches our make not right why and in a short time stop this never-endin- g outlay in cleaning At the same time each year. of the take care water, which in is almost at valuable this state I and as gold, might say the of valuable the two. This more may not apply to every ditch in of our fields, but very m-in this be can improved them way, and the water made double its present value. I hope thtt in the near future some plan will be inaugurated among us as a community to better our present conditions in ny tiis respect SMALL PROFITS. NOTICE. r, y. h Pure bred Rhode Island eggs, best laying Finnigan strain, John Cole- $1.50 per setting. .than enough water to properly years allowed by him in which irrigate two acres of land. Now to complete works and make proof of if we, together with those who appropriation of water. The time has are interested on the same ditch, since been extended to July 17. 1909. would decide to put say forty- - The application was in error as to the rods of our ditch in condition so description of the point of diversion. Sells- that it would insure at least two- - The appropriation of the water has Albert thirds of the water that enters been completed as originally contemand the proof thereof made. our ditch reaching our land, it plated The proof shows that the point of diwould be a profitable investment version is located at a point which bears I believe that, in the case of north 23 degrees 35 minutes writ 436 Notice to Water Users corner of raising beets, we could have pro feet from the east quarter Stata Ensiaaara Offioa. gait Lake City. Utah. 13 south. Range 4 Seition 28, Township duced more than enough of February 1L lll. and Lake base 5ait meridian, Notk U bmbr gim that DanM C Harria marketable beets, by having our west, from which point it will be conveyed to whoa poat of flea addraaa la Silver City, Utah, ditches in good shape to have said reservoir, from where it will be baa mada application la accardanea with th of Um Laws of Utah. 1W7paid our proportion of the released and conveyed to the lands a amanaaa ty umCompiled Baaalon Lawa of Utah. I90. to and as above there used described, amount that ii would take to put ( Oil of a appropriate intended. The applicant now par aooood of arater from an annanwd aprin in forty rods of ditch in proper con originally desires to amend the application so that Juab County. Utah. Said prina la ttuatrd at a which lira 264 fart aouth and M0 fevt oast dition. If this was kept up for no discrepancy will appear between it paint tha northwest earner of Section 4. Townnhip fwur or five seasons, our ditches and the proof of appropriation. This of11 aouth. Ran J wot. Salt Lake baac and nw would be made so that thereafter application is designated in the State Uiaa. Tha watrr will be diverted at the place where It laavee f rota aald spring and conveyed br they would need but little atten- Engineer's office as No. 1097. Mena of pipe Una for a dlttanra of 200 foet' of All the protests against granting and there aaed durtnc the period from January I tion eaeh year to keep them in the proposed amendment, the to December th iacliuira. of each year, for do- proper repair. How to construct reasons then for, must bestating made by leetic and municipal purpeaea. Thia application such a ditch is the next question affidavit in duplicate and filed in this la deeWnated m the State Enaioeer'a office at I think for $2.00 or $2.50 per rod office within thirty (30) dsys after the No.AOISO. proteate aamtort the rranlin of eaid ap buch a ditch could be made to completion of the publication of this plication, etatin the reason therefor, mint be mada by affidavit hi dnpllcala and filed m thi take all the water that would notice. Caleb office within thirty iX) daya after the completion Tanner, of the pablication of thia notice. come into most of our smal State Engineer. CALEB TANNER .laterals. My ideal would be to Date of first public sion February 24, Stat Efutineer. have a competent engineer give 191 1, date of completion of publication Data of firat publication February 24. 1911. date of aoaipWrloa of rabKcatlon March 17, ML the proper grade which would be March 27, 1911. out-laThen the only cash in make a ditch form and large enough to admit a cobble rock lining on sides and "VCTXxy bottom, pounded solid, and othertx Toy wise put in such shape so as not to wash out I think this in the end would be much more econFor easy terms and f uarantccd work see, omical than the old plan, besides we would get a full quota of OHxo water. It costs the people on our ditch from $30.00 to $40.00 each year THE NEW WAY OF SMOKING MEAT to keep the ditches in their preCODENWKD KMOKR applrln two C3ata of a.WRIGHTS won sent condition which in my estinruah after tr meat n to tha bm wita f a, win n ihrau.k tha aaJL. It will tnorwcniy mation should be doubled, or in re front aAd sweet aolld an 4 will kn delkbwe flavor a4 summer. entire U , tbroovB Uurau other words, the ditches should one-ha- lf Vicinity. Deseret Farmer. fr Winn Wright's Condensed Smoko fr e b Park ill Why send to Salt Lake or Provo for your Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, etc.? mna-rwti- P.t l-- SEE ME FIR pas Brothers tfutntture Store T.