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Not Always Twins Little twin sisters were Invited In to m newly arrived baby brother ind stow) looking at blm very much interested, when one asked: "Where' he other one, mot her?" IJ lite Rr-b- MaaMaSjS)IMttMIMa S2 Fashions for the Smart Woman InciooiAL IttlVIEtQ ' Mi I " I FOR SUB-DE- B DANCES The sub-deb- 'f dancing frockg are just aa festive as her older lister'i, but not quite as sophisticated. They follow tdie mode, of course, and this season are fortunate in that one of the crown-u- p fashions that is most popular is the naive picture frock. This model may be of flat crepe, taffeta, organdie, or a flowered cotton net. The back of the bodice extends to the front where it is fastened with The skirt has a lower cir-cular flounce, and an upper flounce at the hipline. It is shorter in front, of course, than in back, where it very nearly touches the heels. Pictorial Printed Pattern No. 5172. Sizes 12 to 38, 45 cents. Bingham Stage Line Bingham Depot Main and Carr Fork Phone 41 SCHEDULE Cars leave Bingham at 8, 9 and 11 a. m. 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 p. m. Salt Lake City Office Semloh Hotel 107 E. 2nd South Phone Was. 1069 SCHEDULE ' Car leave Salt Lake City at 7, 9, and 11 a. m. t, 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11 p. m. FARES One way $1.50 Round Trip $2.50 CITIZENS COAL & SUPPLY CO. Coal, Ice, Hay and Grain .23? DELIVERED to all Parts of Bingham Canyon PHONE 39 ; A DOLLAR'S WORTH ' Clip thia coupon and mail it with $1 for a six weeks' trial subscription to ' ' THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR ' Published by Tarn ' Christian Sciincb Fubmshino Socibtt, Boston, Massachusetts, U. B. A. la It you Mill But the dallr Rood newe of the world from IU 760 iperfel writers, ' , well department deTOted to women's an! Fblldrea's Istereata, iporta, munlc, , Bnaace, eduiatlun, radio, etc. You will be glad to welcome lato ymir hone so fear- - lesa so advocate of peace and prohibition. And don't miss Snaba, Out Itof, and the Sundial and the ottier featnrea. Thb Christian Sciincsj Monitor, Back Day Station, Boston, Mass. ' Please send me s six weeks' trial anbscrli Uon. I enclose one dollar ((1). , (Name, please print) ' f (Address) ' . Cl ' ' (Town) JbuS) Bingham & Garfield RAILWAY COMPANY Ship your freight via Bingham and Garfield Railway. Fast daily merchandise cars from Salt Lake City in connection with the Union Pacific System. USE COPPER Brass piping for $4500' cottage only costs $48.87 more than galvanized iron piping and will LAST FOREVER T. H. PERLEYWITS. H. L. DAVIDSON Asst. Gen. Freight & Pass. Agt. Agent Salt Lake City, Utah Bingham, Utah " .:' ' , i . ' " fF fy. ...... i '. I:ouse ciTeis little but shelter, a place to f jyfflsL 1"cHl t ii and sleep. In it the Mother works every 1 ' lnl' ' IE) tliy -c- arry inS unnecessary burdena. And 1 ! E Jk yst seme say, "Why do women seem to grow WnWp! o7tl faster than men!" " j 1 1 ijif Electric Range J Here are the three M 5 ' I great Electric Ser-- jj I vants which drive I drudgery away and . Mr ? J I give time to turn the Zp , ('. n 1 house into a home. - hi I Electric Refrigerator ? tot. J ( "oatf i J I , :' ' I I Dependable, convenient, CLEAN anJ eco- - VV', J f i 'ft j I I 1 nomic.l are these helpful Electric Servants. ; , f '5 j I i And 0:1 any farm'along our lines, homes may .4 I I 'r, be made as modern and convenient as those t: of any city. fe, f-- ': Electric Water Heater' I y J ' COMBINATION RATES I I':: " -- --- :.: a With this helpful Electrical Service available all along our lines, it is every woman's priv- - 5 ilege to have her rural home modern in every respect to turn the time she now spends at drudging tasks into time for home-makin- g and many other little pleasant tasks. ! Call at our nearest office for a resprescntative to call for an explanation of cur combina-- tion rates for service in the home and t tell you more about these three wonderful ,' electric servants. Or telephone or write. '! I- - - UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO. Efficient Public Service anil Spring Suggests that you LET US GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE ON REMODELING YOUR HOME Anderson & Sons Company Phone 80 227 Main Goati of Catalina RetA-ee- .ii.mw mm himkn. u,i Inlmblt Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California. Own Girlng There Is a rer!r.cal rvlntlonnhlp ftetween our fclvlng and Hip IiIppsIiik ivliloh will come to us. Rev Snmiioi . a frioe. I G461. Poor Man Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 4371. Bemis and JTeaston Placer, U. 5. Sur. No. 6294. Patent is applied for subject to the homesteud entry rights of lien ry M. Steele, Serial No. 029571, homestead entry of Adrian L. ileuston, Serial No. 019765, and aomestead entry of Mona G. lleaston, Serial No. 019776. I direct that this notice be pub-lished in the Bingham Bulletin at Bingham Canyon, Salt Lake County, Utah, a weekly news-paper published nearest said con-solidated group of mining claims, said Survey No. 6990, once each week for nine consecutive weeks. ELI F. TAYLOR, Register, United States Land Office. Dickson, Ellis, Parsons and Mc-Cre- a, Attorneys for Applicant. Date of first publication April 24, 1930. Date of last publication, June 19, 1930. Serial No. 049176 NOTICE . OF .APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT United States Land. Off ice, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 22, 1930. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the MINES DEVELOP-MENT CORPORATION, a cor-poration of the State of Utah, by and through its agent and at-torney in fact, E. A. Farrell, whose post office address is 1002-- 6 Kearns Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, has made and filed an application for United States Patent for the Verona, Verona No. 2, Verona No. 3, Verona No. 4, Agbok No. 1, Ag-bo- k No. 2, Agbok No. 3, Agbok No. 4, Agbok No. 5, Agbok No. 10, and Agbok No. 11 Lode Mm-t- g Claims, consolidated, situate in West Mountain Mining Dis-trict, Salt Lake County, State of Utah and designated by the field notes and official plat ol survey on file iu the office of the Register of the United States Laud Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, us Mineral Survey No. 6990, and situate in Sections 11, 14 and 23, of Township 3 South, Range 3 West, S. L. B. & M., said consolidated lode mining claims being described in said field notes and in said official plat of survey thereof, a copy of which is posted herewith as fol-lows : (With magnetic variation at 17 degrees East.) liegiuuing at coiner No. 1 of said Agbok No. 10 Lode, whence the quarter section corner be-tween Sections 11 and 14, Town-ship 3 South, Range 3 West, S. L. B. & M., bears iNori.li 3 de-grees 48 minutes West 700.5 feet, said corner No. 1 of said Agbok No. 10 lode being identi-cal with corner No. 1 of said Ag-bok No. 11 lode; thence South 31 degrees 4U nuuutes West low feet to corner No. 2 of said Ag bok No. 10 lode ; thenee South 4b degrees 50 minutes East 171.4 feet to corner No. 3 of said Ag-bok No. 3 lode; thenee South 43 degrees 10 minutes West 525.3 feet to corner No. 4 of said Ag-bok No. 3 lode; thenee South 4b degrees 50 minutes East 1114.7 feet to a point on the northwest-erly side line of said Verona No. 2 lode; thenee South 31 degrees 46 minutes Wesa 1448.1 feet to corner No. 4 of said Verona No. 2 lode; thence South 39 degrees 30 minutes East 600 feet to a point on the Westerly side line of said Verona No. 4 lode; thenee Sputa 31 degrees 46, minutes West 564.5, feet to corner No. 4 of said Verona No. 4 lode, being identical with corner No. 1 of said Verona lode; thenee South 26 degrees 10 miuutes West 600 feet to corner No. 2 of said Ver-on- a lode; thenee South 70 de-grees 10 minutes East 1500 feet to corner No. 3 of said Verona lode; thence North 26 degrees 10 minutes East 326.S feet to corner No. 4 of said Verona lode; thence North 59 degrees 42 min-utes West 591.6 feet to corner No. 2 of said Verona No. 3 lode; thence North 43 degrees 10 min-utes East 1056.9 feet to corner No. 1 of said Agbok No. 5 lode; thence North 43 degrees 10 min-- r utes East 600 feet to corner No. 2 of said Agbok No. 5 lode, iden-tical with Corner No. 1 of said Agbok No. 4 lode; theuce North 43 degrees 10 minutes East 600 feet to corner No. 2 of said Agbok No. 4 lode; theuce North 39 de-dre- 30 minutes West 1500 feet to corner No. 3 of said Agbok No. 4 lode; thence South 43 degrees 10 minutes West 74.7 feet to cor-ner No. 2 of said Agbok No. 3 lode; thence North 46 degrees 50 minutes West 447.4 feet to corner No. 3 of said Agbok No. 2 lode; Thence North 31 Degrees 40 minutes East 1500 feet to cor-ner No. 4 of said Agbok No. 2 lode, identical with corner No. 2 of said Agbok No. 1 lode; thence North 31 degrees 40 min-utes East 1500 feet to corner No. 3 of said Agbok No. 1 lode; thence North 46 degrees 50 min-utes West 612.0 feet to corner No. 4 of said Agbok No. 1 lode identical with corner No. 3 of said Agbok No. 11 lode; thence North 46 degrees 50 minutes West 612.0 feet to comer No. 4 of said Agbok No. 11 lode; thence South 31 degrees 40 min-utes Wrest 1500 feet to the point of beginning. , Expressly excepting and ex-cluding, however, from the above description all areas in conflict with the Anderson Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 4431. Roy Irvine Mine No. 2 Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 4373. A, J. L. Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 5836. Allie Heidel Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 4793. r Trefels Extension Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 5465. Rhinestone Extension Lode, U. S. Sur. NO. 5465, Rhinestone Lode, U. S. Sur. No. 5465. Leaving a net area claimed and applied for in this patent of 193.-68- acres, more or less. The lode mines nearest and said mining claims, in ad- - --7 to those last above Sztt the ..... I 1 ' ' Fishing Season Ready For Opening !ty d--:f r&m-- M " 1111 led " iiiih ee. And all the fishermen in the West are oiling up their reels ready for the big event. There is no more fun to be had anywhere than in hooking a finny beauty and bringing him to gaff. The car in the picture is a Chevrolet sedan in a fine fishing spot. Even if you don't get fish, you can count the time well spent. You will have had a wonderful outing in the 'open air. , NOTICE SM-ia-l 048924 United States Land Office Salt Lake City, Utah April 14, iu:i:: To Whom it may concern : Notice is hereby given tn? Heber C. Jex has i'ileJ in this e under the provisions of Sec-tions 2306 and 2307, Revised Statutes of United States, Sold-ier's additional homesteud ap-plication, serial 04SJ24, for Lot 38, Section 13, Township 3 So., Range 3 West, Suit Lake Meri-dian, containing 0.34 acre.. During the period of publica-tion of this notice, or any time thereafter, and before final ap-proval and certification under Departmental regulations of Feb-ruary 21, 1906, protest of contest against the claim of the appli-cant for the tract or subdivision hereinbefore des rib.'d, on the ground that the same is more valuable for mineral than for ag-ricultural purposes or is adverse-ly claimed, will be received and noted for report to the General Land Office at Washington, I). C. Failure to so protest or con-test within the time specified will be considered sufficient evidence of uon-miner- al character of tin-trac- The application being otherwise from objection will be approved to the applicant. Eli F. Taylor, Register. First publication May 1, 1930. Last publication, May 29, 1930. Argentinian Territory t';itii(iitiin l; u nuuie formerly ap ,illod to the whole S'Hith portion ol Eolith A miTli'ii, extending from tlir Strnlt of Miigvllnn Indefinitely north -i-inj to nlut Hit? i!'liivei,.iii pnnillel of ftntitb lulltiiile. In lis 'ie-en- t use 1'iitaonla h no mm significance, it la ccnoniily i f -- i i iot ed to the region lying vunt it I If Andes and south of l;io Till country remained unclnlnifd unti l&St, when It wna Incorporated will Areeotlna.