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• JORDAN ATHLETICS IN THE SCHOOL Sec. 497. Htrehuts And Retailers. Every merchant • b~oJre commenciDg or carrying on a business, shall make a statement under oath Qf the cash value of all goods, wares, and merchandise whidh he may have in his possession or under his control, whether owned by hil:o or consigned to him for sale· and if any merchant shall increase his stock beyond the limit of his class of business during the period of his license he &hall procure an additional license for such increase.' Upon filing of such statement and paying the amount charged as herein provided, a licenae shall be issue by the recorder thereon as follows: $20,000 or over ·····---····-~···············-····-····-·-····· $100.00 $75.00 $10,000 and less than $20,000 ···········-·--···· $60.00 $5,000 and less than $10,000 ·····-····-·--··-, $40.00 $1,000 and less than $5,000 ············-··-··-····· $25.00 $1,000 or less ·····-····-····-····-····-····-····-····-····-········· See. 498. Wagons And Maehinery. It shall be unlawful for any person, coJ1)0ration or finn to engage in the bus· iness of selling or disposi11g a! wagons, vehicles, machinery, agricultural or farm implements, either as agentS or other• wise without first obtaining a license so to do. License for . ' engaging in the business in this section stated, may be IS• sued on payment in advance of the sum of $25.00 per an· num, and no person, firm or corporation shall be allowed or authorized to engage in the business herein specified by rea· son of a mercltant's or any other license other than as provided in this section. See. 507. Peddlers And Hawkers. No person shall carry on the business of peddling or hawking, or offer for sale, barter, or exchange at retail, or wholesale, (LtlY garden or farm products, butter, eggs, poultry, or other goods, wares, or merchandise, in, upon, or along the streets of, or within this city, without obtaining a. license therefor• . See. 508. Licenses for peddling, hawking, selling, or offering for sale, barter or exchange, at wholesale or retail, of a.ny garden or farm products, fruit or vegetables, dairy products, or goods wares or merchandise of any char~cter whatsoever, including ice-cream, confections, or sofe dnnks, may be issued -on the payment in advance of the license fees herein provided, which shall be payable annually in advance, and whether solicitation be made from house to house, individually, or by carrying by wagon, truck, automobile, push-cart, or other conveyance; provided; that nothing herein shall be deemed to apply to persons offering for sale or selling butter, eggs, fruit, or vegetables or other farm products produced entirely by themselves; provided, further that this ordinance shall not be deemed to apply to merchants, bakers, laundries, or butchers or other having an established business in Midvale City and delivering goods from their regular places of business by trucks, wagons, automobiles, or other conveyances. Sec. 513. Furniture Dealers. It shall be unlawful for any person, firm, or corporation, to engage in the business of selling or disposing of furniture, carpets, wall paper, or picture frames, either as agent or otherwise, without first obtaining a license so to do. License for engaging in the business in this section stated may be issued on payment in advance of the following sums to-wit: $40.00 Upon a capital of $5,000 or more ·················-·· ..-····-···. $25.00 tJpon a capital of less than $5,000.00 ·····-····-····· No person, firm or corporation shall be allowed or authorized to engage in the business herein specified by reason of merchant's or other license, other than provided in this section. . Sec.. 514. Drugs. It shall be unlawful for any person, ftrm, or corporation to engage in the business of selling, or disposing of drugs, patent medicines, chemicals, or medicines either in bottle, package, or loose, either as agents, or otherwise, without first obtaining a license so to do. License for engaging in the business in this section stated, may be issued on payment of the sum of $50.00 and no persons, firm or corporation shall be allowed or authorized to engage in the .business herein specified by reason of a mer· chant's or other license, other than provided in this section. Sec. 515. Exhibitions. Before any person shall engage in the vocation or calling mentioned in this section, he shall obtain a license therefor and pay into the city treasury in advance as follows for each day : I••or license for slight of hand or other trick amusement ·····-····-····-·-·····-····-····-··········-··········-··········· $5.00 For slack or tight rope performance ·····-····-····-····· $5.00 F'or $5.00 any apparatus ·····-····-····-··········-····-···················· .. -····· machines ·····-··-·····-····-····-··-··-··········· $5.00 For freak of nature ·····-····-··········-··········-····-····-··········-····· $5.00 For exhibiting For exhibitions of fine art, except when given $5.00 in institutions of learning ···········-····-····-····--··· . •t• For natural cunos1 1es ..........-····-····-·······-·····-····-·········· For a license for any exhibition test of skill ol a trial or not herein specified ·····-····-········· Provided, that the Mayor may refuse the above named e~hibitions. Sec. 516. $5.00 to $5.00 license any of Theatres, Concert Halls Or Other Places Of Amusement•...For a license for theatre, concert halls, moving picture theatres or shows, or other places of amusetp.ent not otherwise provided for in these ordinances, $50.00 per year; and the right is reserved and the Mayor may reo fuse a. license for any of the abov6 exhibitions, provided, th4't C<JIIlC811;s, leetqres or exhibitions given by lite~ or bebevo&ent seeieties may be permitted by the Mayor w1thout l*JlDellt of license. 8th Grade Garoline Kimball Age 13 years Draper, Utah Draper Park School, . Laura Shephe~ Teacher What right does the school board Jlave to take li!Way our pnvilege or challenging each other in sports"! In America every citizen has the nght of Lite, and liberty and happiness. WHhout athletics individual happiness 1s taken and the life of the SCihool is greatly diminished. Sports teach us to have unity an>d Without them the stuoro-anization. o dents are at a loss. Furthermore if students are thinking of ath)etic~, they lhave no time to disobey school laws. TherefQI"e. athletics not only give life to the schools, but also insure obedience and order. The students of the Draper Schoo~ make an earnest plea to the school board to ihave athletics re-introduce<, into the school life of the Jordan District. FARM YARD HINTS BluftdaJe Schoc1 Rae Hocking 7th Grad~ Age 13 Mr. Olson, Teacher Remove all stones rrom the lettuc€ bed; it will rest better if you do. P.rovide the potatoes with goggles tv keep the dirt out of their eyes. If your garden is to dry perhap ~ tjheir is a leak somewhere. Don't string the beans; they an. very sensitive. Provide cotton for the ears of corn. harsh noises may stunt their growth. Don't let the cider do all the work on the farm. Keep your cows contented with their lot. ~ingle and paint your barn; an<. your wife will oo the sa111e for herself. Clip your horses you will find that a horse wi$ a short coat will not bebothered with short pants. Teach your lima beans to clime early; in this way tlhey will escape the fall. A ·bird in the hand is worth two in the bush and a hen in the pen is worth three or foul' in the garden. JOURNAL California Prepares For Next Lion Internaltional CrHE WHY of SUPERSTITIONS B:y H. IRVING KING THE THRESHOLD much-talked-about recPnt novel I Nthea dot-tor of Gopher Prairie says to his bride. •'There! I ·meant to have you !lfte1l over the threshold." Which shows that the old custom of lifting bridPs over the threshold whPn they first enter their new home still lingers among us, as It Is, also, a feature of rural weddings In England and Scot· land. The mixing up In the minds of our remote uncestors of spiritual und material things caused the threshold to be regarded In a peculiarly mystic mann..r. As Its name implies, It prevented the grain, the hody of the corn-spirit, from sliding out when the chaff flew away at the threshing time. It was that part of the entrance to the house over whi<-h all must p&J!S that entered it. Consequently there was 11 constant struggle· to facilitate the entrance of good Influences and keep out the spirits of evil by "doctoring" the threshold. Cauls were burled under their neighbor's thresholds, per· sonal relics calculated to facilitate the entrance of malign influences. A largtnall wns driven Into the threshold to keep death from entering. On Walpurgis night tke German peasant still Ia~·~ flowt-rs and branches upon his threshold to keep out the wltehes; and chips from a threshold used to be thought a valuable lngredi· ent in making smoke for the fumigation of cattle. So ns no one know~ what wit<'hes or evil spirits may hav€ done to the threshold it is better that a bride, at the crltleal moment of he1 entrance to her new home. 8hould be lifted over It to avoi1! eontaglon from the malign influence~ from touching the possibly-lnfl'<"tPd door-sill. (@by McClure Newovaper Syndicate.) --0-EASILY AC- COUNTED FOR. De Bore (at 11:30 P. M.)-J love that dreamy look in your eyes. I have never seen It In any other ' girl's. MIss Sweetperhaps you don't stay as late with them as you Age 13 George Walker 7Uh Gradl. Herriman School Principal A. J. Rees Mr. and Mrs. Christen Thompso10 motored ~rom Idabo Falls Thursday to spend a few days with Mrs. Thompson's folks. • • • Mr. Morris Butterfield and Joe Crane returned home Friday evening to spend the week-end, then they will go back Monday morning in time for school at Provo. San Francisco Lions in co-operation with every other ~ in California and Nevada are preparing to welcome the greatest gathering of Uons that have ever participated in an International Convention. The International Convention in 1926 will cover four full days, Wednesday July 21 to Saturday July 24 at San Francisco. It will be preceeded on July 19 and 20 by the Fourth District Convention in the same remarkable picturesque Auditorium that will house the International sessions. The A<uditorium will seat twelve thousand people. The 1926 Convention is going to be a Fourth District host Conventirut, and not solely San Francisco. The San Francisco Den feels that an International Convention is too big for a single Club or City to handle, and while the arrangements for the most part must be made by a committee on detail in the City of the Convention, every Lion in California and Nevada will have a part in not only committee work, but as receiving hosts to Lions from all parts of this country and Canada. At this time Lions Clubs everywhere will be pleased to learn that an entertainment program has been 4o here. WANT ADS Age 1J Samuel Barols 7th Grade Herriman Sc:(hool FOR RENT-5 room morlern house Principal A. J. Rees The Parent and Teachers held theil· ' on Main Street. Inquire Booth Mere. Co., Midvale. Replumbed and refirst meeting in the schoolhouse Frimodeled throughout. day evening. Games dancing and mus ic were enjoyed. Luncheon was serv- _ _ _ _ _ _.:;....._ _ _ _ _ __ Delay. l<~IRE INSURANCE-Don't ed to fifty-five. Tel. Main. N. 320 See H. C. Aylett, • • • tf . Midvale moFreeman Thomas Mrs. Mr. and 36 tored to Idaho last We<lnesday and returned home Saturday evening. FOR SALE-4 room modern house. -16-2M 172 First Avenue Alice Fox Herriman School Mr. A. J. Rees, MOVING-Express, Hauling of all 7Uh Grade Teachel kinds. Call Sam, Murray 140-J t10 The school children met Wednesday _ _ _ _ _ _....;_ _....;;.._ _ _ _ CLYDE L. RADDON evening and surprised their teacher Mr. A. J. Rees. Games were playe;l Teacher of the Violin. For particuand music enjoyed. Luncheon was ser ; !ars, phone, Midvale 86-J3 --8-27-4t ed to twenty-five guests. MIDVALE HOTEL and Apartments. Rooms $10.00 monthly and up. Herriman Schooi Rex Crump and good Clean _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _service. ee.; . . · r eac e r . A J R 7th G ad T he Mrs. Elizabeth Neilson gave a Tru- LORUS HAND-Teacher of voice and seau Tea last Monday evening. Game3 piano. Studios at: Sandy, Murray were played, music enjoyed and lunand 64th South. Call, Midvalecheon served to tlhirty guests. t-1 0-9 253- w It is Just Good Business Sense--~AI No ·one ever regretted that he saved his money. A bank book showing a ctedit, whether it be a few dollars or a fortune, is one of the most satisfactory things in the world to possess....It bears evidence of a will to succeed and is the finest kind of a passport to success. Bank Midvale State UTAH MIDVALE. ============================= v··s.·t Frank soter's adapted; that no charge fi>r this general entertainment will be made, and the entertainment is for -every one who : - - - - - - - - -.- registers, whether delegate, alternate or a visitor, and this includes the wives and families of all Lions. The entertainment will start on Monday July 19 for International as well as "The Handy Place" District Lions. The Convention Committee slogan to you all is "Come Ford Accessories, Oil, Gas, Tires, Tubes ear~y ~d let us show your genuine · Small Hardware, Brooms, Miscellaneous Items Ca.liforn1a Hospitality." ALWAYS OPEN SANDY IMPROVEMENTS Main and Smelter Streets Midvale, Utah Winn are try- . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . Teacher, of Sandy people Miss . We, the mg to make a more beautiful and a better town of Sandy. By cleanmg up our yards, putting waste paper and things of $at sort where they belong, we hope that we shall have success. ''Save the Surface and You Save All" PAINT DECORATE VARNISH A BALL GAME Sandy Schoo. Frances Gardner Age 11 7th B Grade Teacher, Miss Winn Tuesday, the 6th B Grade challenged the 6$ A Grade to a ball game. The 6th Grade won by four points. CARD OF THANKS FRED HYKE PAINTING DECORATING 98 So. Main Street Phone, Midvale 132 A RARE TREAT (or "Welldone" if you prefer it that way) We, the undersigned desire to thank our many relatives and friends for the acts of kindness shown us, also for the beautiful floral offerings given us during the sickness and death o1 our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Alice Pi>well and Family. News !teems Riverton, Utah Lucile McFarlane Age 1" Bluif Dale School A. C. Olson, Teacher<8th Grade The Bluff Dale Primary has M•w started to continue their class work ~gain. They have elected a new pres~dent and councilors. 'I!he president IS Mrs. Alice K:idd and the councilors are Mrs. Vera Cline and Mrs. Vina Webb. The primary is arranged in groups The first, second and third are together the fourth is by themselves aHd Uhe fifth are the Sea Gull Girls which also by themselves. are • • The girls of the fourth and fifth Miss Crristensen and Miss Walke;· FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnished apartments. $10.00 up. Wasatch group are making dolls and the boys spent the week-end at Spanish Fork. are making bobbie horses for the 'baz5067-W or Midvale 12. aar. 7th Grade Reed Crane Herriman School, Teacher A.. Ree;; WANTED-Work by the day by reSchool had started just two weeks Nothing for nothing. Barton-What liable lady, Mrs. J ohm: on, Midvale the fourteenth day of September. The N-1 makes your next-door neighbor so Hotel. unpopular? Borrows-He's fixed his teacher rang tlhe bell. All the child1·eu FOR SALE CHEAP-Garland Range lawn-mower so th11t you have to drop tried to get in at oncee. 12 yards nearly new linoleum and a nickel in the slot to make it gQ." An hour after school had starte ,! for rent in Midvale. Call House • * • the stove broke down and set th 2 Phone or Lake Salt E., 6th So. 324 schoolhouse on fire. Angelina-When you asked father Hy. 3372 N. J. A poor little boy named Joe ran for my hand did you tell him you out, started to beat the drum. He kept had a $1,000.00 in the bank? EdWin·b eating till every one was out of the Yes. And what did he say? "He tried to borrow $900.00 of ·i t." SiChoolhouse. is a Combined He was tjhe last one out, after thac Treatment,both _. he was called brave Jot!. NEWS ITEMS local and intem.J, and has been succeaeful in the treatment of Catarrh for -over Bluff Dale School Virginia Turner forty years. Sold by all druggists. BLUFF DALE DAIRY ASSOCIATION 8th Grade Age 13 __a_c_o_.,_'t_o_l_ed_o_,_Oblo_-r ..-·_J._c_H_E_N_EY Bluffdale SchoolF Vh•ginia Turner Teacher, A. C. Olson 8th Grad~ Age 13 There will be a dance \held in the Suits Made To Order A. C. Olson, Teacher new Bluff Dale School, September J.<'irst class work guaranteed 25, 1925. Now is your chance for a This dairy was organized for the good time. Tailoring Ladies thL built They benefit of the people. A Specialty cooler for the cooling of the milk ,Mrs. Sirinda Jensen enilertained H. F. RASMUSSEN before being hauled to tjhe city b: TAILOR trucks. At first they sold their milk Mr. and Mrs. G. Bass, Mr. and Mrs. to Harris Brothers, then they ch!l.ngJohn Mitchel and Mr. and Mrs. Alvy Clothes Cleaned, Pressed ed and leased the cooler to the Clover and Mrs. Woods and her daughter, and Repaired Leaf Dairy Company. Marie at her home last week. Re6-l West Center Street There are ·a bout 650 gallons of milk freshments were served. Phone 1\Iidvale 117•W cooled a day and it brings tjhem a· : 1 r ".le, Utah bout $1000 every fifteen days. It is Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Cline announce a great help to the people becaus,e the the birth of a b111by boy. majority of the people raise their OW!! Mr. and Mrs. H. McFarlane are feed for their cows. The people buy leaving for Ephriam to visit ·r elatives. their cheese and butter at a wholesale price from tjhe dairy which is a SANDY SCHOOL ORCHESTRA very good quality. -~--.....:;;..... • A Broiled Steak is one of the most tempting and healthful ways of cooking a piece of meat. Try one for dinner some day soonthe whole family will enjoy it. Corner Meat &Grocery Gilbert and O'Brien, Props. Midvale, Utah J• • • • AN EXCITING BALL GAME Aeg 12 Helen Farrar 7th B Grade Sandy School Teacher, Miss Winn The sixth B Grade challenged the .evsth Grade to a ball game at the Sandy Sdhool, September 23, 1005 at 3:45 p. m. The score was 14 to 18 i.n favor of he seventh A Grade. have n.n Invention, send us a or sketches for search and report on patentability. Our book on patents and trade-marks o:tosnWfFT, co. 7tb I. E. Sts., Wasblngton, D. C. lehed In t 880. ..... Age 12 Vera Greenwood Miss Wilnn, Teacher Sandy School Sandy School not only had a large orchestra last year but also this year. Miss Nell Crosgrove conducts the orchestra. We feel that tjhis orchestra is of much use to the school and we hope that it will continue to be serviceable. r .! Hall's Catart-h Medl..lae !--------------....: ' \ 7th Grade Age 12 Sandy School Amy Severson < )T(e invite ~Qu to tee ear MW \JJ Christmas lineOur Greeting Card ttodlwu so fine. •u• t?here's distinction, ~ aM good value here In everg card we arc '' \' ! . otferins - ~ear; ,. And ~our own special taste w ca grati~, too, . t?o carrg ~out" Ch~ Gr11tin. : ,.1 for ~ou. . . f'..~: - ~ · · ·~ ' Come Early and Get YOUT Picl Jordan Publishing Co.