p. EUREKA REPORTER Pajre 2 ' " 771 CARTFUL WEEKLY OHfc 8HlPmCNl$ ' DRY CLEANING gives new life to your clothes. Why not send us your clothes and have them come back bright and fresher looking. You cannot afford to pass up such a reasonable CASH SPECIAL. l. Ill It'. T. U s. S' MEN'S and LADIES' SUITS 80c PLAIN DRESSES 7oc PLAIN SKIRTS 4ui f: NECKTIES K Tlntlc Standard Oodlva Mammoth Eureka Lilly Cons Iron BloHitoni United State Mines Eureka Bullion Tlntlc Bullion Mountain View Utah Eire flay Co Chief Conn Chief Coiim. (dump . . 10c 8 T II 111 . . . Prices o:i Drapes, Curtains, etc. A phone call will bring our driver to your door Let us do the rest Phone 57. All Work Guaranteed Expert Repairing, Alteration IF n ;k of U 1. lb Eureka Cleaners & Dyers or-- 1 WrtliiewL) Eureka Bullion' 15 He and II, 2c. Mountain View North LUy 19c. c. Sioux Mlnea rd rd 16 CO t o S.. m or or rd n 14 NO Ki of So th Hr lo to Vacation By Train How to beat the heat on your summer trip: Leave your car at Lame, and step into the refreshing, air conditioned comiort of a Union Pacific train. You'll ku "cool aa a cucumber" all the way . . . meals. Ilegislered principal trains. Nurse-Stewardes- Annual Firemen'g Meeting Held At Murray. Another annual convention of tbe State Firemen's Association came to a close on Wednesday evening after i three day program of splendid entertainment. Ibe fire department at Murray were tbe hosts. Several members of the Kureka Fire Depart- - service on s N. to !T1. ment were preaent and participated 6 . nl in M P of ID 1. The Ladies Auxiliary elected Mr. W. Rapp of Loklu, president; Mis. J. V. Ruke of Magna, vice president; Mrs. Charles A. Cardwell ot Salt Lake, aecretary; Mrs. Krne; Smith of Murrav Mrs. treasurer; Jack Householder of Bingham. 2 yrar trustee; Mrs. Clark Blake or St. George, 1 year trustee. St. George waa selected a plaee for the 1942 C. NI W Ia. I. Ilione I, Eureka, Utah GREEN, Agent S. A1 n: SIS II I S Ml I 1 1 1 20 1 9. CONVENTION ENDED . KIWANIM (TUESDAY AT ITU) VO. Jt 29 S. of L. N in Sc ro skelooVsjustlViny'. th It. S.. The annual Ki wauls couveutlou of I'tah-Idah- o Diet, came to a close on Tuesday evening after a three day aesslon held at Urovo. It was declared one of the most successful conventions ever held and more than a doeu members of the Kureka club were present during the various meetings. William S. Bowen of Pocatello, Idaho, wu elected Utah-Idah- o die trlct governor; lieutenant governora for tbe four divisions were namedas follow: John E. Booth of Span- ish Fork, first division; Vernon O Hewlett of Salt Lake, second diii-sloWilbur 8. Hall of Twin Falls, third division; Larry Brainard of Payette, fourth division. The new officers will be Installed at the mid whiter convention and will take over their duties on Jsuu-lr1, 1942. Tbe aecretary and treasurer wilt be named at a later date. When you aw IwiLi many of It. a woman who . yean younger than her age, you Can or s. full advantage of Cheap Elec- tricity. Hectric servants are th th so easy to own and cost so 4 little to enjoy, thanks to Cheap Electricity. There's ri In hardly n' do fasiei, easier, beiur, cheaper. n it's assigning household tasks to Electric servants ft that will keep you young looking, too! It th the home that Electricity can't And remember, 01 vpn Anxious n "I do hope you keep your cows in pasture," said Mr. Newlywed as she paid the milkman. "Yes, madam, replied the milkman, "of course we keep them in a pasture." I'm so glad," gushed Mr. Is It t Protected Agains FI R New-lywc- "1 have been told that pasteurized milk is much the best. A home is one of e ! El the proudest possessions a person has, and s therefore the investment should be protected. The cost is so little that no one can afford to be without it. patient apparently contracted the suppose." sense through the bite of an Insect. Too Much Chang There waa 1 rase of Infantile paralysis in Halt Lake City, the patient ,oi" marry Wing 2 (i years of age. "I don't know. She says she Other diseases were as follows: 7 Svt up the dollar and hates rblrkenpox 21, measles 9, German tohowa ha;f for quarter measles 3. mumps moving pictures pneumonia 5. scarlet fever 3. tuberculosis 4. And Hew! gonorrhea 19, syphilis 20. When'er I see two a glri, kut It makes me wantcr light j Cleaning Master Ornaments J. 1,Vy uk man To clean plaster ornaments, try To do thing up right. dipping them In thick liquid starch. Brush off the atarrh when dry and I Three Reasons -the dill will come oil with it. The Why does Smith work so will be hard?" and dean plaster spotless Twins, auto and radio." as when new Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of N.f Fire and Automobile Insurance. C- - E. RIFE, Agent Phones 36 or 228 bSt s" It s 2 7 rr n j S. K 1C . l, I Rt m 14 i s uto''nloxication!" t0 .s N Jl u 1 ot rd rd - : a taak left in (.(I li II III IIMIIHI ! 1 r 4 quite certain that she takes arrived a, u The Chauffeur's Son Tom, Tom, was a chauffeur' son-Hlearned to chauf when he was ! STATE HEALTH NEWS i young. He scorched o'er hills and far away, ,0 Got nabbed, and a line he hud Reports from local health officers pay. of cases of communicable disease (show a total of only 109 cases for Much Mother-W- hat Jib week ending August 1, 1941 did your father say Is the fewest number of rases when I This you smashed the new car? I for any week during th year 1941. Son-S- hall I leave out the swear The total for last week was 200 and ords? for the corresponding week of last Mother Yes, of course. 13 ot the 29 counties Son H didn't say a year 171. word. reported no diseases. Only 29 cases of whooping rough Dentists Dresm were reported os compared with 32 T dug up a five-fotusk in my for last week. nder hal it One case of tularemia waa report- ifrS.?yterd"y"The bill of aomo prehistoric ed from tho Veteran's hospital; the be 8.ILK.-lv.lt- "Great Scott! What ails that au-tomobile! See how those wheels wobble "Looks to me like a clear case of y 11 ,011 T HE AUTO B. SHOTT o forty ies really a Pud L. Sr ro A,1.. - F of 14 - FI " goes-secre- rustae. th '4 the program. Owen A. Owens of Ogden was elected president; Verl A. Haws ot Magna and A. R. Ward of 9a!t Lake first and second vice presidents; J J. Ureedon of Bingham, reelected A. W. Rhone of TooHe, treasurer; J. W. Clay, cf Suit Lake, Sc 7- at V to-w- lt: ' UI i AU" - ,ome -- for business oi pleasure. 9 arrive rested, ready Chcico cf accommodation. Delicious Dining Car rollWH. 6 AXblllaJ fi'y Ktt-rek- that a A Washington report u house bill to apply the excess profit tax to Income derived from the production of strategic metals is a serious blow to tbe mining Industry and to national defense, ua Senator McCarran of Nevada sees It. Senator McCarran succeeded I u including tba exemption In tbe 194u revenue act, but the house ways and means committeed voted lat week to eliminate that provision. SI s. V Tax On Strategic Metals Is Blow To Mining. 12 K.j Dial the of Eureka City. Utah. the ot Eureka City. Hah. for asses-e-year, d and levied ,1(.reby side-valk- lie. o ' I""-"',,.- .,, on all real and L visit mV typewriter. hure- within the corporate limits of Jsof hiH law KtllC SALK r ku i'iiy. i'.ah.'iua.le taxable hy cIy ;UfIirlek home, city , to defray contingent expenses. A of taxation water. 2 bloeks No i 4 mills on the dollar tad Mr- and properly fharle personal Sinelalr mail Service jr.' all in sn i.n Mfc of Ev' within the corporate limits of Eure- - FOR ; SALK or to purIflrr.. P rUliiif ln ka City, mad taxable hy law house. Wrlio hase water sources streams ntui Vn Hlld . 1rovo. Ut. WiifJlSd ,Kk who lands upon which streams are apgriffSi Mr. also canals; also to FOIl SALEWsbb. propriated; -4 mum ho construct water coursea; and to supraya in 1aynon on lu and other ply water for irrigation young fruit; gu,l jfim grsadrhl purposes. $6U0 raah or easy tern -- "1 4 Vi mills on the dollar of taxation see V. C. ButUr J bargain ATTITUDE UNCHANGED le-t- . un all real and peraonul properly of Uotnmerrlal Ikuk' 1,1 within the eurporate limits of Eureson. Utah. conto law ka City made taxable by FOR RENT Unfurnlshrd ' struct and repair streets and modern house. (al and drains. ig.j on 1 mill on the dollar of taxation FOR SALK OR RENT-withh, 11 real and personal property house furnished or Eureka of limits the wUni, in corporate Will sell cheap. Mrs. Johi Be to con(Tty made taxable by law struct. Improve, open and repair new-er- a F OR SALK 6 room horns u, and drains. St. Francis Uurlson. ? I mills on the dollar of taxation -When you broke the engagement on all real and personal propertya of Call 3 to 22S for firorwJ of course you returned the diamond within the corporate limits law for mie msuram-a- . taxable E. Rifs. ntutle by (Tty he you." gave ring of tin "Certainly not! I don't care for th. erection and maintenance Tom any more, but my feelings (Tty Hull. 1 mill on the dollar of taxation ou have not changed towaid the ring." all real and personal properly wltb-- f in the corporate limits of Eureka Recreation The blacksmith's sweetheart en- City made taxable by law for the tered the forge Just as he paused to maintenance of the library fund. The total amount levied being lit wipe the perspiration from his face. Just rec "Shall we go to the pictures to- mills on the dollar. moved the Carlson Councilman FRIDAY SATOUtl night, Jake?" pent of Im adoption of the resolution, seconded "Nay, lass," he replied. August 8th and 9tk Ladies' Tbe Mayoi playing checkers at the club. by Councilman Cronin. $1 and She stamped her fqot angrily. ordered tbe calling of tbe roll upon "MOON OVER MIAMI I'm tired of you and your silly the question of the resolution. fe.Curing old checkers!" the Tbe roll being called upon Don Arne black-mith- , Grafcle, "Come, come, pleaded the resolution, the vote was an follows: Betty hamthe heavy up picking Councilman Carlaon Yes. mer, "a man must get some exerCouncilman Cronin Yes. SUNDAY - MONDAY cise sometimes." Councilman Fairbanks Yes. August 10th and I Ilk ' Councilman Ferguson Yes. Wifey's Hat Absent. CouniTluian O'Rourke "ZIEGFELD GIRL" Young Meeker's wife was very vain, The Mayor thereupon declared the With Which gave young Meeker quite tesolutlon passed and adopted. James Stewart, Judy Gir! Pain DEAN BECK, But what could poor yuung Meeker Hedy Lamar, Lana Tun Mayor. do MATIXKK SUNDAY 9 P. II Attest: H made him very, very blue. FRANCKS ANDERSON, City Recorder TUESDAY - ONLY He ,ol to bu' pensive clothes State of Utah ) lary; August 12th ?or wifey-- so the rumor ) s. And hen thy cauh' him- - Mker County of Juab of t Eureka City aid; "THERE'S MAGIC I. Frances Anderson, hereby rer-it- y "The crime is on my vain wife's MUSIC that I am the duly elected, qualhead." ified, and artlng City Recorder of Eureka (Tty. Utah, that the above WEDNESDAY -- THI and foregoing resolution levying and "Ma," whimpered little Tommy, " 'ax on all taxable pro- "do I have to wash my face again ' P"ny. both real and personal. In Eu- before dinner? ONE NIGHT IN LIS1 Juab Comity. State of "Certainly, dear." starring "!.r 1941. wua dulv "Aw, gee, why can't I junt pow- - r,ah' for ,h McMTTPRY anilI xvrjiA and dvr it over again like you do yours?" adopted at a regular MADELINE CARROl meeting of the City Council of Eu- t Leaky Sky Boogy Whats worse than raining cats and doga? Woogy Hailing bombs and Tuesday s. u 'hh .an Ferguson offered ... . A" A I;"'- - tree by the to the eoiinirwiian. and 5' -- How long will it lake me lo get The farmer 4 to the next town: and went looked at hint reflectively The walker .wir, and hesitated a rm.n.ent longer m to on. muttering then plodded wouhlnt elf. "The ohl Siuldcnly even talk to me. fa tit e"r aht.u t cd h.r the in" When he returned the farmer 133 La k will be there in about a "You said. halt hour." that when -Why didn't you tell tue traveler. 1 first asked you'.'" said the "Uariialion!" cried the farmer. 1 know "How in the Sam Hill did were going then how fast you walk?" Big Hill 19c. W ltS the road City, held on ih, August, 1941, and that l full, true, rorre,., copy of the mlnut, . Monday. Tint I.- - Stuudard $2.15. Tlntlc Lead 7c. II tS-ow- n rrk RESOLUTION OF FUltKk. TA, PASSED youi-inux- V Silver Shield mm, was Just outbid a '. Eng' nd when - Reasonable S A !irrV 10 3 50c or 6 for each 3u Total Carloads (Whiles Slightly Wither) 11 ' CALC I L.AT10N PEERY HOTEL M ll.T MM5 ihitmh riiiuw iiotei. 9 nrwllxl I..W Iiriiailway and "eel It.-ilcf- HIKE OAR'1 W.