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v THE SALT ALT LAKE HERALD SATTJK SATL SATURDAY DAY JANUARY 20 0 190 1906 G
Q I F STATE NEWS 1 I
I LEG L G IS I S B BROKENBY E BY A FALL FALLCharles FALLCJ FALLCharles
Charles CJ arles Ogden steps SfepsFrom F = From om Flume FlumeWear flumeNear
I Near Kimberley Receiving a aDouble aDouble aDouble
Double Fracture FractureRlohfield FractureBlahfield FractureRlchfleId
Rlohfield Jan IS ISCharles Charles L Ogflon Ogflonf O on ontf
tf > f this city met with an accident at atFish atqrlsh atFlsh
Fish qrlsh Creek near Kimberley which re resulted resuIted resuited ¬
suIted in a badly oroken leg He was wasOn wasQn wasVn
On the flume where it crosses the can canyon canyon canyon ¬
yon repairing a leak when he slipped
off when he first started to fall he was
going head downward but he struck a
tree trees which turned him and he struck
the ground feet foremost One leg was
broken in two places below the knee
This same leg had been broken twice be ¬
fore foreH
H S Ivie received injuries to his right rightKnee
Knee k nee Tuesday which have laid him up
He was in a a crowd on a wood rack go
Ing to witness ihs foot and horse races racest
t There was a road scraper on the wagon wagonand wagonand wagonand
and while they were driving at a pret = ¬ i
J ty fast gait the th < tongue of the scraper scrapergot scrapergot scrapergot
got in the hind wheel of the wagon and I
her and others fearing an accident 8
3 jl mped Mr Ivie being the only one
hurt luvrtMr h hurtMr 1rt 1rt11r
Mr and Mrs Tennis Martensen lost
their little 2yearold 2 > son Monday from frompneumonia frompneumonIa frompneumonia
pneumonia The child was only sick about abouttwo abouttwo aboutt
t two days daysAlbert daysr
r Albert Newby sr died Sunday from fromold fromold fromold
old age He was 89 years old The de decesed deceased deceased
ceased was one of the early settlers in inthis inthis inthis
this valley and leaves several grown grownchildren grownchildren grownchildren
children The funeral was held Tues ¬
day dayDr
Dr J T F McGregor McGr gJl and Dr H K
Neill performed an operation upon Mrs
Oscar O car Rose of Central in this city Mon ¬
day for female trouble trou le She is resting
very easy at last reports and her recov recovery recovery recovery ¬
ery is looked for forMr forJ1r forMr
Mr and Mrs F R Shepard lost their their43earold
t 43earold 4 earold boy Monday evening from ty ¬
phoidpneumonia The child had been beensick beensick beensick
sick for several weeks and heart weak weakness weakness weakncss ¬
ness developed which so weakened his hisconstitution hisccnsUtution hisccnstitution
constitution that he could no longer fight
w tho disease During the same afternoon afternoonwhile afternoonwhilo
w A while Mr Shepard Sh Par1 was uptown on an anerrand anerrand anerrand
errand the child began to sink Mrs
Shepard became bec me alarmed and started startedacross startedacross startedacross
across the Street to a n neighbors place
to get some one to go after Mr Shep ¬
ard ar She slipped and tell on an icy Spotand Spot Spotand pot potRnd
and her condition has been very alarm alarmsince
inc ever since sinceY
Y A Lipsey of Burrville was given
his 1 preliminary hearing Monday on the thecharge thectargo theL
L charge of assault upon John Winward Winwardest
lest est month during a dispute the two had hadoer hadoer
oer 0 br feeding some cattle Lipsey It ts tsaIJeg6d isalleged s salleged
alleged attacked Winward with a pitch pitchfork pitchfork ¬
f fork He pleaded not guilty and was
bound bcu d over to the district court His
bond was fixed at 500 which was fur furnished furJ1i furwished ¬
wished nishedA J1i hed hedA
A large mountain lion was killed by
Niels iels Rasmussen Rasmu > sen between here and Sa qai
i ri Hna the latter part of last week It Itmeasured ItnH Itmeasured
measured nH asured nine feet from tip to tip The Theanimal Theanimal Theanimal
animal was first observed trotting off offwith offwith
with 1th a full grown sheep He had car carried carried carI ¬
I ried it about a mile and a half when
Mr Rasmussen killed him himWord himWord himNord
Word has been received from Joseph
that another one of the children of Mr Airand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Brig Darger had died of diph ¬
theria This makes the third one that
they the have lost within the past two weeks weekswith weekswith weekswith
with this disease diseaseFUNERAL diseaseFUNERAL diseasef
f FUNERAL U ERAL OF WARD STEVENS STEVENSLarge STEVENSLarge S EVE N S SLarge
Large Concourse of Friends and Ac Acquaintances Acqnaintances Acquaintances ¬
quaintances Attended the theServices theServices
1 Services ServicesCoalville ServicesCo ServicesCoalville
Coalville Co lviUe Jan IS lSThe The funeral services servicesof
o of Ward Stevens were held this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon at Oakley in the meeting house houseThe houseThe houseThe
The services were impressive and at attended attt attended ¬
tended tt > nded by b a large number of neighbors neighborsand
and friends Nearly every town in the thecouty thecouty thecouty
couty was represented at the funeral funeraland funeraland
F and nd people p ppl pltl frooi Wasatch VAS tch and Salt S It Lake Lahec Lakecounties LakecCJRntea
c counties were in attendance
A days ago Mr Stevens met with withan withan withan
an accident by b which one of his arms armawas armdwas armswas
was almost severed from fr m his body by th th1Arge the i
large circular saw at the th Oakley sawmill
He was taken to the F FJy iy Cross hospital
in Salt Lake and the surgeons decided decidedthat decidedthat decidedthat
that the amputation of the injured mem member ¬
ber was necessary necessar Despite the able ablemedical ablemediCtlI ablemedical
medical skill and attention he received receivedho
ho succumbed to his injuries
Deceased was a young man only 23 23years 23ears 2Syears
years ears and leaves a wife and a baby He Hewas H Has Hewas
was as a a lifelong resident of Oakley auS auSmuch AJIIImuch aiMmuch
much re respected p60ted wherever ho was W B known
for his worth as a citizen and neighbor
Although but a young man he was recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized as a business man of considerable considerableability considerableabJlIt considerableability
ability and was identified with several severalof
of the leading enterprises of the county
i Mr Stevens was a son of Mr W V H
Stevens St ens of Oakley one of the foremost foremostbusiness foremostJ
business men m en and a nd manufacturers in this thissection thiso
t section so tlon of the state statePROVO statePROVO statePROVO
J PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Jan 19 19The The opera house was waspacked waspacked waspacked
packed last evening to witness the grad graduating graduating ad adLating ¬
uating exercises of the city schools schoolseighth schoolseighth rehoolseighth
eighth grade pupils The doors had to
be closed to prevent too close crowding crowdingof
of tho lobby lobb where people remained remainedstanding remainedstandlng remainedstanding
standing the entire evening The forty fortysix fortysb fortysix
six graduates seated on raised seats on
the stage presented a beautiful picture pictureenhanced pictureenbanced pictureenhanced
enhanced by the profusion of flowers flowerspresented flowerspresented flowerspresented
presented to the graduates by little girls
during the exercises exercisesThe exercisesThe
d The following folIo wing additional jurors for the
January term of the Fourth district districtf districtANGEL districtANGEL
I
f ANGEL CHILDREN CHILDRENIs
I J Is there any hap hapiwoman happie1 happie1woman iei ieiwoman
woman in this world tl tlE than thanthat thanthat
E that mother whose each eachsuccessive
4 4 tki K > successive little one seems seemsv seemsto seemsto
v to her but one more darling dar darling darling
ling angel to continually
lift her thoughts toward towardy towardthe towardthe
y the sunshine of perfect perfectf perfecthappinCS6 perfecthappiness
f happiness But sorry is isthe isthe isthe
the lot of of that poor moth mothJ mother
< J er to whom motherhood motherhoodhas
T has ceased to be a ae acause acause
e cause of rejoicing
but has become in instead instead instead ¬
stead a burden to toi tobe tobe
i be dreaded and andlooked andlooked andlooked
looked forward to tovith towith towith
with melancholy melancholyand
and apprehension apprehensionAbout
About three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months before our ourlast ourlast ourlast
last baby was born bornwhich bornwhich bornwhich
which is our ourfourth ourfourth ourfourth
fourth writes writesMrs writeslIrs writesMrs
Mrs Nellie Carl of ofMyrtlepoint ofryrtlepointJ ofMyrtlepoint
Myrtlepoint Coos CoosCo CoosCo CoosCo
Co Oregon my health was very ery poor I had hady
y been been troubled for about eight years with female
disease I doctored with good physicians but butobtained butobtained butobtained
obtained no relief so I wrote to the Worlds Dis Dispensary Dispensary Diepensary ¬
pensary Medical Association and was advised advisedI
I to take Dr Tierces Favorite FaVO te Prescription and
Golden Medical Discovery DicfJVCI I did so and am amup
happy to say my h health alth began to improve and nd I
dId my work up to the th last and felt splendidgot splendid
I got ak along > ng finely neiy during confinement and
have the healthiest bag baby Icyersaw I eyer saw When heWas he hepounds
j was three months old olds he weighed eighteen eighteenpounds eighteenpounds
pounds heis he is now nowseven seven months old and weighs
twentyfour twentyfourponnas pcnntls sI I I can c n say I have had noreturn no noicturn noteturn
return of my myoId old troubles I thank
you very ti tis ery
s much for or the good you have done me meAny me meAny
J Any woman may write to Dr R V
Pierce of Buffalo N Y a statement of
J her case which will ill be considered in ab absolute absolute ¬
34 solute confidence by this physician who whostands whostands whostands
i stands among amon the foremost specialists of ofthe ofthe
the century in the treatment of o f womens
diseases He will send her in a plain plainsealed plainsealed plainI
I sealed envelope sound sensible valuable valua valuable valuable
ble advice free of all charge chargeDr
Dr Pierces great thousandpage ill illrustrated illtustrated
11 rustrated Common Sense Medical Ad Adviser Adviser Adviser ¬
viser will l be > e sent free paperbound fot fotzI
i 21 onecent one nt scamps to pay the cost of ofmailing ofmailing
r i mailing only or clotlT cloth clothbound bound for 31 31Stamps 31i
i Stamps Pi
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court venire returnable Monday the the23rd the23rd the23rd
23rd have been drawn Herman Snow SnowSalem SnowSalem SnowSalem
Salem David F West George Beers BeersPleasant BeersPleasant BeersPleasant
Pleasant Grove C F Dixon Payson PaysonRoger PaysonRoger PaysonRoger
Roger Openshaw Oper shaw Santaquin Leo Halla Halladay Halladay Halladay
day Pleasant View Vi w Harvey H Cluff A AT AJ
J South Southwick wick Logan Holdaway Provo ProvoAlma ProvoAlma ProvoAlma
Alma Barney Lake Shore David A ACrandall ACrandall ACrandall
Crandall Springville Robert McKell
Spanish Fork ForkThe ForkThe ForkThe
The funeral of Leonard Smith the thevoung theyoung theyoung
young man who committed suicide in Salt
Lake City Wednesday was held in
Springville today todarRey
Rev George Townshend and others
have organized a debating society under underthe underthe underthe
the name of Tne Forum The society societymeets societyrnects societymeets
meets every two weeks for the discussion discussionof
of > f practical and theoretical questions of ofImportance
importance importanceH
H W Brown service inspector of the
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company compa company company ¬
ny is in Provo on official business
Another snowslide came down Provo Provocanyon ProvoC8nOn Provocanyon
canyon yesterday yester ay at the dam of the Tel
luride power plant It turned up the thecanyon thecanyon thecanyon
canyon and did not disturb the flume or orsnoV orsrcQ orsrcVsheds
srcVsheds snoV sheds of the company but covered
the county road roadArchie roadArchie
Archie Fenn who has been in Niagara
N NY Y with the Telluride Power Trans Transmission Transmission Transmission ¬
mission company for about two years
has returned to ProvoProvo Provo ProvoProvo ProvoProvo
Provo Jan 13 18The The following f jurors for fortho fortho forthe
tho January term were present at the theopening theopmlng theopening
opening of the district court today J D DWright DWright PWright
Wright Billings J T D Wadley J W WGardner WGardner WGardner
Gardner Richard Money Hyrum Smith SmithC
C H Taylor Beuben Davis J N Butt ButtE
E L Jones George orge G Meyers Samuel SamuelS
S Jones George W Gee John Daniels DanielsSylvester DanielsSyhOSiter DanielsSylvester
Sylvester Bradford W V H Brereton and andSamuel an anSamuel andSamuel
Samuel Douglass Messrs Billings Wad Wadley WadIEY Wadley
ley Gardner Money and Douglass were weroexcused wertexcused wereexcused
excused from service for various causes causesand CAuses8nd causesand
and the remainder were excused till Mon Monday Mondey Monday ¬
day there being no case for the jury ow ow1ns owin owing
1ns in to a hitch In the rase of the state statevs statevs statevs
vs Charles Meason which was set for fortoday fortodav fortoday
today todayMrs todavMrs todayfirs
Mrs Eliza Smith whose son Leonard Leonarddied Leonarddied Leonarddied
died in Salt Lake Tuesday went to the thecity thecity thecity
city today toda to attend a the funeral The re report report report ¬
port that he tried to commit suicide here heresome 11eresome heresome
some time ago Is erroneous erroneousThe erronfOusTho erroneousThe
The Franklin memorial exercises given givenby gionb Rivenby
by b the pupils of the Franklin school last lastevening lsstev lastevening
evening ev nlng in the Sixth ward meeting housawere house housewere hou houwere
were attended by a n large number of citizens citi citizens citiZfns ¬
zens who were wt > re highly entertained by b the theinteresting theintresttngprogrlmmeand theinteresting
interesting intresttngprogrlmmeand programme and the talented talentedexhibit talentedexhibit talentedexhibit
exhibit by the children and others who whohad whohad whohad
had parf parfThe parfThe parEThe
The first part of the evening was de devoted devote devoted ¬
voted vote to numbers given by former gradu graduates graduates graduates ¬
ates of the school consisting of vocal ocal se selections selections selections ¬
lections readings etc and the closing closingnumber c108in c108innumber closingnumber
number was a very ve clever operetta with withFranklin withFranklin withFranklin
Franklin a prominent t figure rendered renderedwith renderclwith renderedwith
with exceptional ability by the pupils of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the higher grades gradesMiss gradesMiss gradesMiss
Miss Hnnnah H nnahApdall Apdall of Salt Lake City Citydied Citydied Citydied
died at the state mental hospital today todavfrom todayfrom todayfrom
from chronic nephritis at the age of ofThe 23 23The 2i1The
The remains will be buried here The Thedeceased ThedeCERSed Thedeceased
deceased has been a patient since ISflS ISflSJudge lS9STudge 1iSJudge
Judge W Y H King and Attorney M M ATWarner MWarner MWarner
Warner were down today toda Th They y are thsttornevs th thsttornevs thttornevs
sttornevs for the defense defen e in the case of ofthe ofthe j jthe
the state vs Charles Meason MeasonSheriff lIea on onSherIff 1 1Sheriff
Sheriff Harmon returned rt > today toda from fromLos fromLos fromLos
Los Angeles where he went to g got got14I < t W WM Y YM
M Perrill charged ch rged with forgery ffl f > t Perrill Perrillsave Perrillave Perrilisave
save ave himself un > to the authorities in Lo LoArgeles LoArgeles LAr LArAngeles
Argeles and and returned without requisition requisitionHe
He is greatly broken down in health healthSheriff healthSherIff healthSheriff
Sheriff Harmon had a very enjoyable enjoyabletrip enjo enjoyabletrip able abletr1p
trip he visited his uncle Amos Harmon Harmonformerly Harmonformerly Harmonformerly
formerly of Silver Reef now of San Ber Bernardino BErnardino Bernardino ¬
nardino whom he has not seen for twen twentyfive twentYfive twentyfive ¬
tyfive years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The public free library committee met metlast nwtlast metlast
last night and decided to expend the themoney themoney themoney
money they will receive frbm the city citythis cl citythis ty tythis
this year about SSftO SOO in the purchase of ofstandard ofstxndard ofstsndard
standard works and reference works The Thereading T Thoreading p preading
reading room which is now open Is well wellpatronized Wfllpftronized wellpatronized
patronized by the boys and young men menof menof menof
of the town and when the librarian gels gelsthe gt gtthe getsthe
the necessary arrangements made for is issuing ifl5uln issuing ¬
suing 5uln books for home reading the benefits benefitsof
of the library will be still more gener generally generally generally ¬
ally felt feltCOMPANY feltCOMPANY
COMPANY IS REORGANIZED r
layton Creamery to Be Under New HewManagement NewManagementStringham NewanagementStringham
Management ManagementStringham Stringham BrosNow Bros BrosNow ErosNow
Now Own Concern ConcernKaysville ConcernKaysville ConcernKaysville
Kaysville Jan 19 19The The Layton Can Canning1 Canning Canning ¬
ning company incorporated in 1908 with withitCOO j
51000 capital has been reorganized during dur during i iing
ing the last few days and will hereafter hereafterbe
be under new management George Swan Swanof Swanof Swanof
of Kaysville and Thomas Hull of Salt SaltLake SantLake j
Lake who together owned onethird o of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the stock have sold their entire hold holdings holdings holdings
ings to Stringham Bros of Woods Cross Crosswho Crosswho i iwho
who were already the largest stockhold stockholders ¬ I Iers
ers This purchase gave the String Stringhams Stringhams i
hams control of all but about 1100 ol ofthe i ithe Ithe
the stock Mr Swan who was the prin prlnclpal prIncipal I Icipal
cipal promoter of the industry has been beenthe beC beenthe I Ithe
the companys secretary and manager managerfrom managerfrom j
from the first and has established the thebusiness t c ebusiness I Ibusiness
business on a dividendpaying basis Mr MrHull I IHull IHun
Hull was vice president of the concern concernAt J
At the annual stockholders meetingthe meeting meetingthe meetinbthe
the following directors were elected Dr DrBriant DrBriant I
Briant Stringham Richard Stringham StringhamJames StringhamJames StringhamJames
James A Eldredge William Stringham StringhamGeorge StringhamGeorge I IGeorge
George V Stevenson John Stringham Stringhamand I Iand I Iand
and Rufus Adams Richard Stringham Stringhamia I jis Iis
is president and manager James A Eld Eldredge Eldredge Eldredge
redge is vice president and William WilliamStringham I IStringham i iStringham
Stringham is secretary and treasurer treasurerThis treasurerThis j
This reorganization places the Woods WoodsCross WoodsCross WoodsCross
Cross and Layton canneries under the thesame the5ame thesame
same management The Woods Cross CrossCGmpany Crosscompany j jcompany
company is owned by the Stringham Stringhambrothers Stringhambrothers Stringhambrothers
brothers and their associates It is said saidthat saIdthat saidthat
that the Woods Cross factory which whichhitherto whichhitherto whichhitherto
hitherto has been under heuvy he vy expense expensefor expensefor expensefor
for hauling tomatoes fifteen or twenty twentymiles twentymiles twentymiles
miles will be used largely for fruit and andvegetable andvegetable andvegetable
vegetable cannery as it is in the heart heartof heartof heartof
of the gardening district while the Lay Layton Layton Layton
ton plant will by reason of its location locationin
in Wavis countys tomato belt give spec special j
ial attention to tomato products Both Bothplants Bothplants Bothplants I
plants are well equipped with macfcm macfcmery maChft1ery macbinery
ery and either can and in case of neces necessity necessity necessky ¬
sity will pack all kinds of cannery pro products products ¬
ductsNews ducts ductsNews
News has been received here of the theserious theserious theserious I
serious illness in New Zealand of J Leo LeoBoueche LeoRoueche LeoRoueche
Roueche son of Bishop John E Roueche Rouecheof I Iof
of Millville Cache county The young youngican youngrean youngman
man is suffering from typhoid fever He Heia Heis Heis
is performing a mission in New Zealand Zealandand ZeaJandand Zealandand
and has been these since last summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The lighting of a match in too close closeproximity closeproximity closeproximity
proximity to some lace window curtains curtainscame curtainsCRme curtainscame
came near causing the destruction by
fire of the residence of George Swan a afew afew afew
few days ago Mro Swan received some sonwsevere somsevere somesevere
severe burns 5n n the hands while tearing
dcwnthe dewn the blazing curtains curtainsAJAX cUIltainsAJAXBOUND curtainsJA
AJAX AJAXBOUND JA BOUND B 0 D OVER TO COURT COURTHis
His Bail Is Fixed at Three Hundred HundredDollars HundredDollars HundredDollars
Dollars Which He Is Un Unable Unable Unable ¬
able to Furnish FurnishLchi FurnishLEhl FurnishLchi
Lchi Jan 19 lElnyrs Einyrs Ajax was bound boundover boundover boundover
over yesterday by Judge Beck on the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of having obtained money under underfalse underfalse underfalse
false pretenses and failing to furnish furnishthe furnishthe furnishthe
the necessary 300 bonds was taken to the thecounty thecounty
county jail jailThe jailThe jailThe
The old people of Lehi were royally royallyentertained royallyentertained royallyentertained I
entertained yesterday in the City pavilion pavilionwith pavilionwith pavilionwith
with a banquet ball and programme Be Besides Besides ¬ E Esides
sides the old people there were also in invited invited ¬ I Ivited
vited the widows and the wives of ab absent abserrtmlsslonarles absent ¬
sent serrtmlsslonarles missionaries Two hundred sat down downtj downJ downti
tj J the banquet There were sixteen pres present present present ¬
ent ove 80 years of age all of whom whomwere whomwere whomwere
were given presents The oldest couple couplewere couplewere couplewere
were Mr and Mrs Isaac Isac > c W Fox aged agedand
88 3 and 89 respectively Since the last Tastgathering lastgathering astgathering
gathering eleven have answered the last lastcall lastcan lastcall
call and crossed the great divide Seven Sevenwere Sevenwere Sevenwere
were present who wh had crossed the plains plainswith plainswith plainswith
with hand carts when coming to Utah
The waiters and committee gave a ball
in the evening
The three cities of Lehi American Fork Forkand Forkand Porkand
and Pleasant Grove will be in darkness
tonight because of a bad break in the thepipe thepipo thepipe
pipe line that supplies water to the thepower thepoer thepower
power plant of the UtahP Utah County Light
P Power company at the mouth of Ameri Amerlcan American American
can Fork canyon canyonDr canYonDr canyonDr
Dr Yoder has notified the committee
that the t he Agricultural rlcultJra I college officials OfIcfnISw1l1 officialswill
will be down from Logan Lo n 1Iondav fo n day or
Tuesday to select ° the sixb six ty acr acres from
the 150 acres offered on which the state statecentral statecentral statecentral
central experiment station will be locat located locate located ¬
ed e The farm will be on both sides of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the line that separates the Lehi and andAmerican andAmerican andAmerican
American Fork precincts precinctsSUMMONS precinctsSUMIV10NS precinctsSUMMONS
SUMMONS COMES G GTrs QUIGKt QUIGKtMrs C
Mrs Trs Robert Cunningham Found FoundDead FoundDead FoundDead
Dead by Grandson on His Re Return ReI Return
I turn From School SchoolAmerican SchoolAmetican e eAmerican
American Fork Jan 19 19Mrs Mrs Robert RobertCunningham RobertCunningham RobertCunningham
Cunningham of this thl < place was found founddead founddead founddead
dead at her home today noon from fromwhat fromwhat fromwhat
what Is supposed to have been heart fail failure failure failure ¬
ure The lady has been enjoying good goodhealth goodhealth goodhealth
health itnd nd was evidently in the act of ofpolishing ofpoUshing ofpolishing
polishing her cook stove when death deathovertook deathovertook deathovertook
overtook her She had been living alone alonewith alonewith alonewith
with the exception > of her 10yearold 10yearoldgrandson 10yearoldgrandson 10yearoldgrandson
grandson who has been stopping with withher withher withher
her and atten3ing the public schools and andit andit andit
it was upon his return from school at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon that he found his grandmother grandmotherdead
dead having evidently expired plred but a ashort ashort ashort
short time before as the body was still stillwarm 8t1111warm stillwarm
warm warmMrs warmMrs warmMrs
Mrs Cunningham was in her 79th year yearand yearand yearand
and was among am onE the earliest settlers of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this place and was well known through throughout ¬
out the county as well as Salt alt Lake City CityShe CityShe CityShe
She leaves a large family of grown chil children children children ¬
dren both here and in Salt Lake City Cityto Cityto Cityto
to survive her Arrangements for the thefuneral thefeneral thefuneral
funeral will be made later laterCharles laterCharles laterCharles
Charles McCarty of Magrath Canada Canadaformerly CanadafOJmerly Canadaformerly
formerly of this place is here making a ashort ashort ashort
short visit at his old home as the guest guestof guestof
of friends and relatives According to toMr toMr toMr
Mr McCarty McCart the settlers in that section sectionwho secttonwho sectionwho
who went from this place and vicinity vicinityare
are doing well in that section and are areon areon areon
on the road to prosperity
William Hindley of Cardston Canada Canadaformerly Canadaf Canadaformerly
formerly f rmerly of this place who has been vis visiting vlsItmg visiting ¬
iting American Fork for the past month monthhas monthha monthha
has ha returned home homeJoseph homeToseph homeJoseph
Joseph J Jackson of this place is con confined confined confined ¬
fined to his home with a severe attack of ofrheumatism ofrheumatism ofrheumatism
rheumatism as is also Mrs Hannah HannahDunkley HannahDl HannahDrnkley
Dunkley DunkleyLINE Dl DrnkleyLINE nkler nklerLINE
LINE OPEN TO SUNSHINE SUNSHINETelephone SUNSHINETelephone SHINE SHINETelephone
Telephone Company Partially Re Repairs
pairs the Damage Done by byStorm byStorm i
Storm StormMercur StormMercur StormMercur
Mercur Jan 19 19After After several dayshard days dayshard dayshard
hard work the Bell Telephone Tel phone company companyhas companyhas companyhas
has succeeded in opening openlrig g up their line lineto lineto I Ito
to Sunshine The line to Ophir is still stilldown stilldoom I
down The force working on the latter latterline latterline
line yesterday was sicessful in catch catching catchIng catching ¬ I
ing up some of the Breaks on this Side Sideof sideof
of the summit but finding the snow too toodeep toodeep toodeep
deep for them itoproceed to proceed with the equip equipment equipment equipment ¬ I
ment at hand they returned to Mercur MercurA
A force will be sent out today on snow snowshoes snowshoEs snowshoes
shoes and it is believed that the line linewl11 1 1will I Iwill
will be ready for use in a few days j
Clark E Baker electrician in charge chargeof
of the Telluride companys Mercur busi j j
ness has all local lines in normal work
Ing order today
J B Gordon county attorney of otTooele Tooele
county and Olaf Evans county sheriff
were in Mercur yesterday on business
connected with the case of Carlos Gllsal GlIsalf
f berti the Italian who is to be tried on
Feb 12 for burglary committed here about
two weeks ago agtAlexander agoAlexander agoAlexander >
Alexander Gellespies many Mercur
friends will be pained to hear of his sud
den taking away by an accident in the
Cactus mine Up until a few months
ago he was a familiar figure on the
streets of Mercur Going from here to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept a position In the office of the reve revenue revenue revenue ¬
nue collector at Salt Lake City few peo people people people ¬
ple here knew that he had returned to
his old occupation of mining until they
heard of his death deathWilliam deathWll11am deathWilliam
William S Marks the deputy county
superintendent of schools paid a visit
to the Mercur schools yesterday yesterdayGARLAND yesterdayGARLAND yesterdayGARLAND
GARLAND PEOPLE AWAKE AWAKETake AV AWAKETake AKE AKETake
Take the Initiative for the Organization Organiza Organization Organization ¬
tion of a Commercial CommercialClub CommercialClub CommercialClub
Club ClubGarland ClubGarland ClubGarland
Garland Jan 19 19In In response to a call callabout callabout callabout
about fortyfive of our most prominent prominentcitizens prominentcitizens prominentcitizens
citizens held a meeting in the the offices officesof
of Drs Francis and nd Green on Monday Mondayevening jIondayevening Mondayevening
evening last The meeting was presided presidedover presidedover presidedover
over by Mosiah Evans Expressions as asto asto asto
to the benefit to be derived from the or organization organization organization ¬
ganization of a commercial club were weregiven weregIven weregiven
given by some of the gentlemen pres present present present ¬
ent The chair appointed a committee committeeconsisting committeeco committeeconsisting
consisting co lsting of W H Rowe J A Ralston
and W R Vanfleet to draft a constitu constitution constitution constitution ¬
tion and bylaws to be submitted to the theclub thecJub theclub
club at a meeting to be held Monday Mondayevening Mondayevening Mondayevening
evening Feb 5 1906 l90fiAnother 1906Another 1900Another
Another committee consisting of John JohnC
C Wheelon H C Vanausdeln Van usdelnand and Dr DrT DrJ
J T M Farncke was appointed for the thepurpose theptIrpose thepurpose
purpose of soliciting soU citing membership pro promoting promoting promoting ¬
moting the growth of the club and se securing se securing securing ¬
curing desirable quarters for the meetings meet meetings meetings ¬
ings of the club clubAfter olubAfter clubAfter
After all business pertaining to the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting had been finished and before the thecall thecall thecall
call for adjournment Chairman Evans in inan Inan inan
an able address congratulated all pres present present present ¬
ent on being among those who were for fortunate fortunate fortunate ¬
tunate enough to assist in launching such sucha
a worthy enterprise enterpriseA
A committee on membership and loca ¬
tion headed by John C Wheelon Wheel on is now nowhard nowhard nowhard
hard at work secure permanent quarters quartersfor
for the club and It Is felt by the time i
the club meets again on Feb 5 that It Itwill itwill
will be able toconvene to convene in quarters of
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its own
LOGAN LO GAN EXCURSION EXCURSIONJanuary EXCURSIONJanuary EXCURSIONJanuary
January 24th 24thVia 24thVia 24thVia
Via O S L under auspices Merchants MerchantsManufacturers MerchantsManufacturers MerchantsManufacturers
Manufacturers association Special Specialleaves Specialleaves Specialleaves
leaves Salt Lake 8 a m returning returningreaches returningreaches returningreaches
reaches this city at 1130 p m Round Roundtrip Roundtrip Roundtrip
trip only 250 Tickets will also be good goodfor goodfor goodfor
for return on Jan 25 City Ticket Of Office Office Office ¬
fice 201 Main street streetDIAMOND streetDIAMOND streetDIAMOND
DIAMOND COAL COALSold COALSold COALSold
Sold only by Citizens Coal company
Removed to 153 15 S Main Phone 49
A Keen Keenand Appetite Appetiteand
and a healthy h althy stomach indicate indicatean
an a active activeLiverwhich Liver which is enjoyed enjoyedby
by all who use Beechams Pills PillsThey PillsThey
They insure strong strong 5 5sweet digestion digestionsweet digestionsweet
sweet breath and sound sleep
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Beech BeechPills Beechams BeechamsPills
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Sold Everywhere In boxes lOc and 2oa 2JwSon 2oaSon 25aSon
Son lost Mother MotherConsumption MotherConsumption MotherConsumption
Consumption runs in our family familyand familyand familyand
and through it I lost my mother motherwrites motherwrites motherwrites
writes E B Reid of Harmony Me MeFor MeFor MeFor
For the past five years however on onthe onthe onthe
the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold ColdI
I have taken Dr Kings New Discov Discovery Discovery Discovery ¬
ery for Consumption which has saved savedme savedme savedme
me from serious lung trouble His Hismothers Hismothers Hismothers
mothers death was a sad loss for Mr MrReid 1IrReid MrReid
Reid but he learned that lung trouble troublemust troublemust troublemust
must not be neglected and how to tocure tocure tocure
cure it Quickest k relief and cure for forcoughs forcoughs forcoughs
coughs and colds Price 50c and 100 100guaranteed 100guaranteed 100guaranteed
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