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f lt I I t I k 1 if OGDEN June 2At Jho Wcdncmliiy
Fl tit11J I Ij 1 4Jlnftrrnoim tension of tin TMnh Htnte
I J t r t i jfJtJbftnkers asuoclntlon convention Ahlxilt
r ei I I 1 r cj jll H llsywonxl president of IlIe Ogden
I v 11 1 I 1 il l leartnit hoWl ngnln Nnnotllicvd the
YInability ir President Lewis K HIM
t J r 1 J r I 1 of the association to Ui present anti
t J III ½ Ii i rend a fra HtiBgiMtluns fn > m a letter
I iI I 1 I M t nt by Mr Hills Mr Heywnod also
alt I f 0
1 L ht ir1 jdilliercd a brief report nf the oondl
II I 1I a t 1 1 I lion and work of the anaotlsitlon on
l I rllj j r I I fI 11 behalf of Mr Hills which wan highly
I l i
I q er i 11 iV i appreciate
Il 1 tUft k I I Jf I 1 A resolution was adopted putting ths
I l lln i I tj JI 1 i psKicUitlon on lotord as favoring thu
II a jt It t I I I Il I I 1 In tilIng In Bun Pmnclsco of the worlds
11 1r J11 I 1 1 4 ttxpofttkm In 191S In honor of the com
ij 1 i1 e11 I I I j plot Inn of lh Pnimnui cuiml
tilfl4t I oH I I This morilnK at 9 oeloek all the out
t lt
II f IbN Ii t i nf too ii vlnltorF were tnkun for an ati
I f Jt l f lit i I l 1 Iblh rllc thniufh tlm Hnnitids nf
I tl 11 t ttHat > s IKICI fur the JeHf anil llllnd
I Ilpo f I f i i ll 4 and to IiI < Mtate IndiiatrlHl school
Ii 11I1 I Jt I lipro they were favored wIth u mlll
t 11 1I1e 1 3 i 1 H I I tftr > drII hv the bye of tills Instltu
Ho Iii It li HI 11111 Th iriannKement of the Utah In
J I l I lmlec 1 sti > ndcnt Tftkphone oornrniny oxtend
I i UIII ii 1 j r j I ed the i < tt y of the fire UIfIC of all
II J I V It I Klopa < Itlll < T ph < mes for tilt ifleniljtrn
I J Jtl Jof tic hkr nssnclatlon
sldrt i > f
1 d mar > Ill j DAYS IN COUNTY JAIL
I t toni f m
I cmln1e II r III f I 1 I
I J bOllf J I ijr fTiTZ June 23 Charlws J Van
I Ir 4 final J tr 1 I t I i i i u irgid with i etlt Inrceny
f P finalIt 11 t f 11 I i > ft b > > fore Judge Murphy on
tt lfor it r r I i II i II ciy for tin i > urio > of chuiiRlng
1 t f jtl 1 ii 1 ihi i p r t of lIot RUUty to that of guilty
Ji v Cit orl i iViii 11 bert wan charged with the
il t t HOOI a I I I tl I tlct of a dliunond ring Oil April 2U
Ifi Wllt1 I I I I tuiu t at S45 Nil iHMpcrty of H H
I 1 11111 I J t t Wuollty County Atty David Jenson
IJ iliOI t I f I I J t nlod the court to consider the length
II I tort I r L I 1 1 J i r I df the time already eerveil by Van
It J ia1 t I I 1 j IKrbrrt TIlt defendant explained to
I 1 1 ttl1ol I It j I I if court that lila money hud run out
r il iii t1 r i I I d he had nnthlrj further to pay his
U It it tt I 1 I I jlxnyer who ImtneilliitBly Uroppe l the
lit i chftt I > I II I fan In parsing nenlenco tile court
i I I j I rtited that he wits glad tlm case boil
II 11 I I Ilircn changed fnun a felony tel a nile
11 Tiit t I I L < fiicteanor Lrocause ho felt thai a jwnl
1 main v Il At J I Itentlury ntnco would bloat thu
days 4 r r iyuunK mnna life A wntnnce of 60
I t Fcrmi 4 I > l v t 1 i jdnya In the county jail or a linn of SCO
CUSIlt j I Ii r A I 1 was linpowil It Is not likely thnt Van
affair I I i Herbert will be ohlo to raise tho amount
v draft 4 I I I I iff his fine
I i that I t J j 0 r John Sullivan anti Kmll nartnl wore
iI t had t I t lA t each sentcnc to nero 19 days or pay
It Itll tr I L P I i n line of 110 on the charge of va
FlTllff I f I i I crivncy llurtrl IM the yoiniu man who
I nutho I loaded the revolver for Krniik Tlca a
I 1 the p b I ninkoii mini on Monday iifternoon
I felturi f I i 1 with which he shot up tlio town In the
1 Jp ing tr t I I i neighborhood of Orant nvonuo and
f Hewer Iq I fi I THcnlyllflh street
rili rt IIl I 1 1 OH Ing to the absence of the arrost
nlterei I J f inn officer to testify Jaoob Krlckson
111 fit of 1 t j irhr pleiuled not guilty to the charge
4l I 1 I f drunkennets cm Tuteiluy vas lIaM
ti1 I I charged
I I M r r c Daisy Munn colonol forfeited her
I i t ncsert tho clt I I Ji > i I I regular due of J10 on the chnnjo of va
I iI I rilWy
prise t 1 I i Htephenx 21 years of nKf pleaded
i I I I IT a t tlllly to dHturtlng tho pemp nnd b
l1 InIPI 1 I cause of his age the court Imposed n
i wns JT J I U tcntcmc of lit
1 inline I r I forfeited ball In the
r bribe I iI II M II John Hurtle 1
mini Or Ho nn u tlmllnr lmagC
A J Heath uns guilty of violating
tin bicycle uruiiHnie nnd forfelte his
Mill IIf S3
iIIFS Juno 21A horse drlen by
title llrlkKjn Wiillfr Ilurknian nnd
John Ilmd hecHini filgktenml nt KII
i utomnblln till veil by It W Jewell
lute Tuesday evening In Ogilen vm fl m
at u point near the Wllcox resort and
jumped over the bnnk Into 10 foet or
wit icr liiri hum Ii 1 nd Lii nil jumped to
the 1rovtlil before the animal rcurhetl
the uiittr but Krlckson who hud hold
ii f the lines WOOL Into the utrniin with
tin HID Hopes wero thrown to
Krlckaon who miimiKod to loown time
liuitiess anti tie ho rtpe tn tin
nnlmals neck mid by this liMn the
home MUM saved The hugg and har
ness WM prartlrailly dMtniynl The
ineniberM of thn HiitoinnlillH party In
iludlng several ludlow heroically as
xlBtiil Krlckson to get his horse from
the Ktrrain
MMIHIACI iicivsrs
OODBN June 31lcensae to marry
have ben < Inmied to the following
couple tiy County Clek H O Hy
hay M Iloylo niul Verna K Ulnliop
iMith of Ogilin
Ijiwionte W Player of Hull I ake
uiid Plinth I Heunt of arnilngKiti
John O Preston Jr of Winter
Quarter Phil nnd Maud Ic lUdtnun
of ORden
James tray of Wilson and Hilda
lie tisoti If KliHnoru Utah
WIlllHin 10 ul a Hrown of Tiiylore und
Klv Knluht of Warnin
Walter W Mathewn and Idanmrlo
CdHHlll both Of ORllflll
Ilenlamln H hock of Salt Lake und
AHa Howley of Ogd n
srir ov VOTI
OODKN June 28To recover the
mini of tiooo limned on a mortgagd on
certain real eittnte III Ogden City Mnr >
K FHwniM hall brought milt In the
district ioiirt ugnlnut Harriet tt Kln
cey Henry II Klnscy und Flora M
Malonev Thu protnlfwory note was
made on May 7 1907 by tile Kln ey
and Mrs Muloney claims nn Interest
In time property No payments hat
hren made and Mrs Fitzgerald ask
for a forwloaurf of the mortgngo
InsglI lII1I1SSllfl
OODKN JUlie 33 Kmlly J Hussdll
has petitioned the illxtrlct court for
letters of administration of guardtun
still of Frank Helinun WllsonIlusnell
it minor age 16 years The boy Is thq
heir of nnefourth lutcniit In the cHlnlt
of hlH fiither tin late Robert C VII
non who WON killed at Dee Oregon on
thu logging trains of the Oro on
Lumber company last year The se
Into consists of a cettlemvnt made by
the lumber company amounting to
1SOO The iietltloncr Is the step
IImt her of tho boy
OODHV Juno 23A rtmil doeree of
divorce has been granted In the district
court to Oscar N Kirkland from Almu
Klrkland Tho Interlocutory decree
wn made Jan II 1910
OGDEN Juno 23Tho eminent not
rca Mrs Flake nnd her Manhattan
company will present Ilerky fhnrp
at the Oiilon theater tonight
coxiiiHxnj or 1I011III ns
OODBN June 230n Himday JUlie
26 there will bo a Hollander con
fcrenco held at Ogden Meetings will
lie held at the Weber academy at 10
nm 230 pm nnd 7 pm A member
nf tIme First 1reildencv will ho In nt
tendance A Nporliil musical program
IHIH been nritinged All Xolhnrlnndu
inlnHlnnailoH and all 1 ml landers In
Utah ore conllally Intlted to attend
run siiniT or ° MOIIMOVIS °
pervading nn interesting story oiiRht
to make good reading Tho ache
Ilullder hy Nophl Anders > n author
of Added tpon Is just muh a bonlt
It Is printed and bound ami voll worth
the price cloth 7Bc For sale by the
Dcserct NVws Hook Store
Sc < WANDAMinn by night
lit WUJji
I flying
i i i
I matter i J1 1
f l > y IV t I
J I I fIloto omnmt tl4fI i I p I I t 3 ys the CooK
mutes II
fl dJ If you are not too sotin
Ji1 your ways you will try a
I sack of the flour that is
if bringing so much GOOD
BREAD satisfaction into
L the homes of this com
> I iZ munity Remember it is
if I Bennions
I J 1 I
I 1 I 4 i L Pantry Queen Flour
t I I I I I J That Gives Best Satisfaction
t i I
y < J
W t I A Free Baking Book In Every Sack
Ij A Storekeeper Says
II tI A Indy came into my store lately and said
1 tII have been using New Perfection CookStove all winter
in my apartment I want one now for my summer home I think
It I these oil stoves are wonderful If only women knew what a
t t I comfort they are they would all have
if one I spoke about my stove to a lot
i of my friends and they were aston
I i I ished They thought that there was
= = smell and smoke from an oil stove arid
I I i i r that It heated eroonujuitilke any other
I stove I told them of my experience I
I I j and one after another they got one and I P
1 I I t now not one of them would give hers
5 up for five times its COlt I
r i The lady who said this had thought
I i an oil stove was all right for quickly
heatlne milk for a baby or boiling a
1 j kettle of water or to make coffee
1 I I quickly In the morning but she never
I l
1 tj 1 I dreamed of using It for difficult or
F heavy cooling Now she knows
t r Do you fully srpi < cl > tc whit a Newt
Perfection Oil Cookstove means to you 1 No
V t l nor coat to carry no more comtnc lotht
dinner ttbtc to llrM out that you cant tatS
I I just tlfht Perfection OIOTI and Immediately
t the heat from an Inn blur flume ahooti CaetlammryNie lii aura
I up to thl bottom of pot ksttle or oven Cut you et this itove ice
I I the room lint heated There I no smoke no that the naomi plate
I melt no outtlde heat no drudgery In the teadi lerfection
I LIlcbcD where one of thele stoves la und
Bee f i 11 I r New Pcri ec IOn
L iti f I ir CQkstoirc
F t 1 It has a Cabinet Top with a shelf for keeping plates and food hot The
r i f1 nickel finish with the btight blue of the chimneys makes the stove ornamental
u iL and attractive Made with 1 2 and 3 burners the 2 and 3burner stoves
ii I can be had with or without Cabinet
= I r Every dealer everywhere If not st youre write for Docrlptlve Circular
n JlJI to the ncarcat acency of ha
l I 1 tt i Continental 011 Company
I I I I Incorporated
Tho New Is delivered by carrier
every nluht Hundsy etreplnl I at TI
cents pr month All payments and
complaint reHirdlri > H ry ahollld
10 made to Htd Johnson agent
for lially lurr and Semlel
Iv Mews lad Phone J7JA Orders
taken for Church works lUsldenee 4 < 7
flnutli First SVest Htrot
Carrier nut i > Ido of Academy Ave
rirrler welt side of Academy Av
fad 102A
Kiiiiil fliiM WII inlcr t iilo mi llrlnW
or Omit > Iliiiulml 1int
m4lelal orrlllOnlllnco
IMtOVO Juno 31 Judso Booth and
Court monographer Mr II It Walt
UK arc buck from Vcrnnl where tho
JIK hat been holding court Judoa
I tutu icportM that the drouth is very
itvere III the Ashley county but crop
indlcutloiiH are good anti tIe ptxjplo
Eiiiomlly prusp rouH
A serious nrcld < > llt to Judge liotnli
Mrn MaltiTN and others wan narrowly
cwcnpml The party wot going from
Vernal lo Dragon III an auto along a
narrow mountain road over n loofoot
precipice when the road bed begun to
give way and the car to slide
Tho passengers fully expected tn bo
liurlad over the cmbanknuntt to vhnt
emod certain death mid had no time
to Ret out but clever work of time IX
4Ot chauffeur prevented the accident
< MNI > U TO 1111 OAIMI >
IllOVO Juno Z3rho calendar for
tho July term of lie Fourth district
court will Ixi called Saturday forenoon
ut 10 oclock
tUOVO June M A loiter has bcon
lecelvwl here from Mr K 0 Law
renco of Geneva 111 making Inquiries
for her son whoso nama chit doos not
give tie Is 16 yearn of age very tall
with light brown hair and dark blue
ytH and stammers
IllOVO June 23 Sheriff Judd re
tmneil yesterday from Pueblo with A
W Slinorcl who won charged by Al
bert Irovenanl III Justice Noons court
with embezzlement and obtaining mon
ey under false pretenses Tho defend
ant came with the sheriff without n
iulnlUon He claimed that ho had
a perfect rlllhl to tho money 1500
which ho collected on a note In favor
of Provensnl and himself for the roIL
ron that the twn men wore partners
find ho has a partnership agreement
between them tn support his conten
tion lio further claimed that he left
about 1000 worth of partnership horn
on with Provcnual
When the two men were brought
together u settlement was made and
the partnership dissolved The charge
niralnt tilmcrel wan dlnmlufd
Vll ON fiHOlJXI > tQUI liltEliS
IllOVO June llIenry illllcr of
Klbertn van In 1 lon yesterday on
biwInesV Jtr Millenfrcports that the
ground Kfiulrrels lire doliiK great dam
ago to the crops cutting down grain
11 nd rKoUblpB to such nn extent that
HIP farmer will have to device dome
means of driving the rodents out or
move out themselves It soemuit Mr
Miller says as If the squirrels had
rained down they are no numerous
The people there had a squirrel hunt
yesterday which laid many of the
niulrrels low Efforts are bolng made
to discover means of Inoculating the
ciiulrrels with some dl < eano that will
destroy them
IllOVO Juno ZA marriage license
has been Issued to A U Wortley and
Sadie Preston both of Provo
Voting 1M now bevonilnff quito Inter
oMliiB for time candidates for the U r
T queen who will reign July 4 and 5
while the traveling men are In Irovo
Good boats on beautiful Inko WANDA
MKIli Kino way to cool on
c i4peIci ConespondPnre
NHIHI Utah June 21Th special
election held In the courthouse ycBter
day brought but very few people out
hut it VWIH decided by n vote of K3
agnlnst 10 opjxislng to bond the city to
build a IIPW electric light plant In the
sum of 16000
Tho Best Harvesting company of Cal
ifornia Is today loading on board the
cars tlio large combined harvesting ma
chinery formerly used hy tho Utah
Arid Knrni company The big outllt
goes to Modenu where It will ho un
loaded amid taken 36 miles west Into
Nevada whore It will bt tmeel by a
large farming company
The various Fourth of July commit
tees appointed by Mayor 0 M Whit
more art busily engaged preparing to
properly And sanely celebrate our na
tions blrthdiy
SOUK little first crop alfalfa hay Is
telling here nt IS per tan
The fuhuol board Is finishing up Its
Uilwf for the year having secured
nn able set of teachers for next year
July = Is the day set by the board for
the naming of A new trustee who will
be oted for upon July II
Kdwln lOgier tho young man en
gaged In tho shooting affair down at
the Juaj Development farm enrly this
ci I lila wail sentenced to serve six
months In the county Jail by Judge
OrrciUMiod Knturduy
I poll door InfrxMtlnn out on the
Ie s all ndgc Ill found that it fair liar
vnt nf grain will be reaped nnd PS
In tally Is lhl HO where the ground
has hn properly cultivate
We are the pioneers In Job Print
Ing nnd Hook Ulmllng In the state
Our facilities are the best for hand
ling any class of work no matter how
large or how small
Bathing Idrnl Hiltnlr
i 14 tciat C > spauIoiLf I
UliIiriUII Srvlrr Co Itali June
11111 district lourt iuljinirn on
Katurdny night the last Items of tusi
mt s thut cattle up for hearing were m
folloux In the ease of the State or
t llh vs Allen Svarles ehnnretl wIth
Rmnd larceny the Jury brought In u
verdict of not guilty
Illrhfleld IrrlRntlnn company et ul vs
Cliflevlllo Irrigation wmipany anal
Freeman Tanner Parley Riddle nnd
Silas Munson reiTondcnts the defend
nnts appeared and filed a bond of 300
which was ncccptod nnd ilute of hear
Jug to bo fixed later
ItlCHKIBr June JlAt the lout
session of the city council n general
committee to nrnitigc for tim celebra
tion of the Foutrh was aeloeteil us fol
lows Karl Thompson II I nirlstetl
pen > K Curler Ire ii Heegrnlller and
Mrs Chnrlnn Coons TliU ponimlttco
linn hnd u mectltiir amid wilectrd other
l tlK
working committee and nrninifwl n
protrritm niul Intend giving Itlchneld
not only u ROO < lively cclehrntlon but
u Hife and nne one
ull le
ION IlltOirill C < 1XTINU1W
UlriiriUMJ Juno ZiIlie long
tmuth In the Bovler valley still con
tinues I IM now nearly four months
since we Inld Mtnrni enoiiKh to met the
soil nn inch In ilnpth The water Hup
ply however In keeping up fairly Moll
mind all Irrlxntml rrops that CititlO up
well art looking line
< 11
Flit hoet crop Is Imnlly up to tho
average t It did not romo up well In
< I Inntnnces cm account of thin exceed
Ing dryness oftho sprlnv
Tho hay harvest Is In full blnst hay
ing begun over a week HBO which In
two weeks earlier than usual The
first crop In yielding well and sells
readily nt 15 per ton A It cornea from
tho Held
The fruit crop Is also promising nnd
Is of excellent tmllty
xcelent uRIIY
Health conditions for the pnit six
months have been mich that the doc
lorn And the undertaker are tho only
eople who have hail any reason to
complain of hard times
A mnrrlnKe license wnK Issued today
to Antono Torscnsen arid Ooldbraniton
or Monroe
Special Correspondence
OIlANTSVIIll Tooelo Co June a
The general andsubcoitimltteeii are mak
ing elaborate prrnarRtloiui far a cane
chairman Fourth of July with lllchard Jcffcrles as
ORANTHV 1Ii Jim S2 Ileuben Hob
Inson n boy or 1 > met with C painful ac
cident In a runaway which occurred on
Clark street I > ogH ran out and scarei
his learn attached to A large wntor tank
In colliding with n telegraph pole young
Knblnnon was thrown with such violence
as to break two ribs He was picked ur
unconscious and Is now under the doc
tors care
OnANTSVIMiB 2 3lteit Iron
end Sills Mnmmle Anderson Frank Jef
f < rlrs nnd Miss Mnmle Tanner were
married In the Salt Lake temple today
The postal telegraph company Is put
ting up a line from Salt Lake to illy
Nov via Clrnntsvllle along the line ol
the Western Pacific nnd will connect
with the road at the Turnpike station
OranUUllB looks like tIme deserted vll
legs everybody gone to Tooelo for Old
Folks day
Special Correspondence
LOA Wayne Co rtnh June 20The
crops In and around I > ia are looking
fairly well but ruin Is badly needed
The season Urdry windy warm dur
lngt1io day nnd old nt nights
There Is some bilk nf organizing n
company for the V > urpo of putting In
n system of waterworks and piping
tho mountain rprlngs to the homes of
the people
IXJA June JO Jllshop Desrrot N i
Illckmnn of Torrey has lustrrctnnied
from the settlements of CalncvllleOlles
nnd Hnnltsvllle where he organized
Sunday schools and effected branch or
ganizations This section of tho coun
try was last year Inundated by floods
causing many people to become dis
couraged and leave the settlements A
few people remained nnd their numbers
have recently become somewhat aug
mented hy the newcomers who joining
with th oldtime settlorn remaining
are now putting forth commendable
efforts to reclaim the want places In
nil these settlornrnts they are building
new dam and ditches anal they arc do
Ing work that looks to ho of n per
manent character thnt will not soon
be destroyed hy floods Much hard
work and considerable money Is being
expanded to restore that which has
been lost and destroyed by the floods
nnd the people ixre deserving of much
redl for the energy expended In try
Ing to reclaim and make Inviting one
Of tht bast fruit belts In th Blnta
The recent l anti mining boom Is
doing much to advertise Wayne coun
ty and the ColoradoUtah Mines
Oil company promises soon to com
mence work on Its properties and de
velop corn of the resources In this
county which Is believed to be rich
In mineral wraith
Itt June 20Tue mcctlnghnu
grounds at Torrey present n beautiful
picture to tho passerby Ilccently
the people under the leadership of
nishop Illckmnn lat 1 trip Into the
mountains nnd brought down a nun i
lot nt beautiful evergreens part or i
which with other plants now adorn the
meetlnghouKo grounds anti n liberal
chant has been Planted around thin
homes of the people
The Tiirrey Irrigation company Is at
work limiting u new wooden pipe to
flume the water ncrnss the river the
work being untie Is first clam the I
crttml is completed and noon Torrey I
will have an abundant water supply
With n climate well adapted for fruit
growing an nbumlHiico < > f Innd nnd
wntcr four steam saw mills In clos >
proximity to the town and an ener
getic thrifty people Torrey offers In
ducements for newcomers that can
scarcely ho cAinllcd In nny place Wa
terright can be worked out or bought
nt reasonable prices nnd there Is plen
ty of land onon for entry to nemscnin
Taken altogether things look bright
er for Wayne county thou for sumo
time past nnd many citizen who
were the least hopeful last fall are now
Jubilant over thai bright prospects ho
tore thorn The recent visit of Klder
Joseph Kckersley of the take presi
dency was greatly appreciated
BIt DUK uno John Spencer
K wealthy farmer who was about the
oliUHt cattIer in this locality died last
night from stomach trouble Mr
Spencer nettled here about 40 > rnrs ago
on what was ucesslvely parts of West
Jordan Smith Jordan Rherton nnd
IllufT Dale wards Un Wil txirn In
Yorkshire KtiRlnnd cattle to Utah In
the early days and wac 67 years of age
nt the time or his decease lie took
n prominent part In the Ulack Hawk
WAr amid went through Ih trying tlmo
In settling a new district lie Is sur
vived by n wife and U living children
uho nearly all live in thin vicinity I
Tho New i > Delivered by Carrier
In Logan Kvtry Night Hundty fi
e pt1 m 7 Clint Ier month All
payment Anal complaints gegardlog
h obI
delivery should be toads rrJf
and fllsir Agent for Dally SMurdny
HemiWeekiy News IK V
Pint North HtreM phone 31
nell Ofnoe with Cordon Company
html Kstat anti lx rn JU North
Main Htreet Phone t hell and IM
I Ind ant
I fecal CorrcBiionilencc >
IOlfAJ June 02At the meeting
of DIP oUlll truHtocs of time U Y
college held jesterdny afternoon a
decision was reached to well the rest
of the farm with which tho college
was originally endowed by President
IlrlKhiim VOIIIIK For a good mat
yean past the farm him been operat
ed under H leuio maid this linn not al
ways proven satisfactory hence the
decision to noil The executive com
mitten of tlio board wan given power
to have the lurid surveyed and ap
praised after which It will be offered
for sale There are about 7CO Heron In
the tract The hoard mode arrange
ments whereby the finances of the col
lego will be on I tinner and better
basis hereafter All members of the
hOArd except lllshop Nlbley and
Joseph Howell worn present anti at
dinner they were the guests of Pres
and Mrs 11 n ford
KOOAN Juno 22Timese marriage
licenses were Issued today
W Frank Kcklund of Newton anti
Flora Mantle of Fielding
Clayton Jenkins of rngnn and Nettle
Douglas nf Hmlthflold
C Alfred Lundahl and Jennie Tumor
of this city
lndsay M Brady of Falrvlcw and
Sarah J Qulbell of Woodruff
Hosel I Hydo and IJIIIo Cook both
of hyde park
David Prookelt raid Zelln S Stevens
both of Ogden
William n llobcrts of Cokovllle
Wyoming nnd Kosettn Walker of lien
nlngton Idaho
Hoscoe Stoddnrd of Richmond anti
Mary L Redford of Logan
J Ilolnnd CUrk or Ilrldge Idaho
nnd Note Iledford Logan
IAiu CHOP iv cumiw VAMJA
LOOAN June 22Messrs William
M Unwell and I S Unwell and I S
Smith am hack from an auto trip
through the Curlew Valley and they
report that time crops there are going
to be fairly good despite the extremelv
dry weather They say that n yield of
1C busheli per acre Is expected Just
now there Is a big wellboring outfit
In the valley and water Is being found
quite readily This they say means
rapid development there since noth
ing cal bo done without water for
household anti attic
Professor Author Foster formerly
director of the Utah experiment sta
tion nnd now nt time head of limo gov
ernment experiment station In New
Mexico H In Logan with hH
wife for I months visit with their
daughter Mrs K P Dncon
Special Correspondence I
HAMNA Soviet Co Utah Juno SO
Tho quarterly conference of limo toner
stake was hold In holism words new
meetinghouse Juno IS all 10 Kldcr
Heber J GrAnt of the quorum of time
apostles Patriarch John Smith Presi
dent Henry lk < al of South Kanpete
stake And President AVIIllam II Seeg
miller with his counselors Joseph SHore
Homo and Hubert D Young and I
largo percentage of the high counselors
us well M blshopA of wnrds wore In
attendance FIe sesBlons vero held
anti were well attended Beautiful
Hinging by the ward choir and other
talent under the direction of Prof
Melson WKB Interspersed throughout
the sessions of the conference
SAMNA June 20 ifcilhui has decid
ed to relebnita time Fourth of July In u
patrlollo style A splendid program
has been projmred for tho forenoon
SiiecchpH UIH be made hy Chairman
Carl A Mnttiison 1 K JorKcnuen C
X Iund Interspersed with patrotlc
Bungs amid music by the bund
In the aftnrtioon there will bo an
excellent card of sport and gnnvs nt
the park and a chlldrcnH dincu
nt the opera houw
SrPlmI CorrMpondenct I
3tAYiIthD KnniKite Co Juno 16
The following committee box been ap
pointed hy tho town board to arrange
1 program for July Fourth Hnymond
Iirson Frank Wlllardyon Alb > > rtUB
lor <
Vlllard en Aaron Chrlttlanten 13 V
Hundorson J 8 Morteiuon Uva Sllch
nelsen Eva Wlllnrdsen Kthel Ander
> in Iear Wliltlock Angle Nielsen and
Lettle Scow
ivniiniNc IIMS
JIAVFIEIjD Juno 16 Claudle D
Mlchaelcen and Malwl Uirren of May
field were nlartiecl In la Muitl temple
Wednesday June 15 A
Vdncuda JUle Ii grand wedding
reception wis givrn nt tho homo of the
brides ixireiitM Mr and r L r
I < aron
On Juno 8 Mr Fcrdltmiul ItuHPnlund
fluid Miss Uonabell Whltlock both of
Mnyneld wero married In time Muntl
tnmiile Mr nnd Mrs Jcorgo A AVliit
rclatlnM lock gave n reception to friends und
Mr J M IInti i > n of Axtell and Mrs
Htcna Horciifon of Mnyllcld were mar
ried In Mnntl temple Juno It 1910
fly took I wedding tour to Halt Lake
City nnd Iogan
Julio II beautiful twin girls arrived
Andersen tit thn homo of Mr and Mrs Arthur
Tho drouth Mill continues The dry
Ilirmn arc all burnod out nnd It In start
lug to dhow Its rftoctH on tile irrigated
finiiH Haying U In full blast
Cool off nt WANDAMKIti
iHperlnl CorrftKpoiidencc
SCOFIKID Utah Juno IDho fun
tral service wim held today hi the
Ijittcrdiy SalntH mectlnghouHo at 3
Pm over tho remain of Mrs I A
Jncobson who died Friday Juno 1
following 1 nurglciil oporatlon She Is
nurvlved Ivy her husband who 18 n rail
road engineer nnd five young children
one girl and four hey The servlcts
wero conducted by lllshop n < xirgn Huff
the speakers belngr Kcv P W Klmpklns
und Ulshup Huff
HCOFIKID June 190n the 13th a
cuttIng Kriii yams Indulged In by two
Italians iiothluul been ilrinkin
several others and having what 111
whlt Ibt
culled 0 Sood tlmo
IItr with knh Ilu which mntii In
wlh On wi
cut In tIle abdomen besides Iombl
irry badly on bend and legs H i Ut
the ii Os pith I here aim will prihbivV
nf llhubly
c ver Tho cither wi re
oUlr one Is In jail it rt
nlo vy badly hlrallll nlut I
The Hiiwoit iii very dry but M rk
fairly Kuod here the X < p n iu r am
Inu 1lut hnlf time coil 11 work
allr I
JuarterH nourly every clay srrt Hu
dayn It Is exixvted that great HuIra
piovrment will he tnitde th > s 5flflUfltr
nt Winter Quarters
QUlrlrn the mine A
new steel bridge titli the latest arwec
IIIR devlco will be put In
IIR dpI1 1 Muny iiCW
houws will also he built A new w 1
systeimm and electric lights
1101 hltre are eLM
llnuitlfid thats whut they ti
about WANDAMHIlll Come ni 1
We hnvo Just Issued an w m
tratod and descriptive IUI
of M
nntl tllrce Wo o Pity
AIII carry a UK stc
nnd the variety Is sufficient ali
IlII Cr111
to supply any dcmant from a su
day school entertainment 1 8ia
entortollnent a Per
formnnco tho 1
on professional t1
Jreo on application ltf
C ham Bt STOne
of the great moneysaving sale For these two
days weve arranged some strong bargain fea
tures for economical buyers and we especially in
vite you to the great
You will be surprised and pleased at the
many things we offer you and if the saving of
dollars is any inducement you will buy now
while this sale is on
Entire stock goes at reductions of
30c 40c AND 50c ON THE DOLLAR
Sale Positively Night Ends Saturday
Very Low Fares
To All Eastern Points and Europe
Take advantage of the low fares in effect dmh I
and the EXTRA LOW FARES on tlio fo11o jug Into 1
June 27th July 7th 29th Aug llh Sept 11th LVml I
and take the trip you have had so Ions in mind
Rock Island Limited Trains
Provide every eonifort youll find nothing 1ut hiiig
that tends to make your trip I pleasant one
Superb Dining Car Service
Choice of two Via the Plains
routes Via the
iM o I uta ins Island
through Colorado Wyoming
rjoncral Agent I 14 hast Third South
flWkfly W W
TIMs IcJtr as 1 < < Rlcfnm Tir mCl
CurIhgliey h
f1 01IM J 1 tla m
Wcrrmi A1 l ci
I circulates extensively in Utah Idaho Wyoming Anroru Nevada
Colorado Mexico New Nexico and Western
Neico Canada whete no
other Utah paper is taken
It v Ufe8 osaa m Jsraza tog w3th nManifftctarara of
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