|Paper||Pleasant Grove News|
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|Paper||Pleasant Grove News|
PLEASANT GROVE NEWS. r- PLEASANT GROVE NWS An independent weekly P?5 lished in the interests of FJe Grove and Utah County- - The Piverald Pub. Co. DAVID LARSON, editor and General Manager. ASHLEY BARTLETT, Local Editor. . Application made at the postofflce at Pleasant Grove, Utah, for transmission trans-mission through the mails as second- class matter i- Subscription Price, $1.50 a Year, in Advance. AN ORDINANCE. " Granting to Jesse Knight a franchise and right-of-way for the construction construc-tion and operation of a railroad, including in-cluding poles and wires, through and upon the streets of Pleasant Grove City, Utah. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OK PLEASANT GROVE CITY. UTAH: , Section 1. That Jesse Knight, his successors and assigns have the authority au-thority and consent of i leasant Grove City, and a franchise and right-of-way is hereby granted him to construct, operate and maintain a single or double dou-ble track railroad, together with all the necessary switches, wye, turnouts, side-tracks and other accessories for the transportation of ' passengers, freight, express and mail car, and to erect and maintain a line of poles or two lines of poles when necessary, and maintain thereon telephone, telegraph, tel-egraph, trolley, power and other electrical elec-trical transmission wires for the accommodation ac-commodation of said railroad, and otherwise as a continuous line through "laid eft?', upon such streets and parts of streets as may ' selected by said grantee, or his successors or assigns, within twelve months from the passage pass-age of this .ordinance, which said selection se-lection shall be made in writing and filed with the city recorder. In consideration of this grant and franchise, the said grantee, his successors suc-cessors and assigns, herehy agrees to use T rails in the construction of said railroad, and where said railroad is constructed or operated upon pav 'd Streets are hereby required to keep in good repair and pave with brick or stone, or other goixl material to be mutually agreed upon, the space inside in-side the track or tracks, and a apace two feet wide on each side of the same, including all spac-cs between double tracks where the same are con Strutted. Steam shall not be used as a motive power in the operation ( said railroad, except in the construction construc-tion thereof, and (or the iiiovwiirtH of obstructed and disabled cais thereon, there-on, and for the clearance of said rail road from any obstruction whatewr. whenever electric or other motive lower shall be inadequate and un eipuil in the occasion. And Ihe grantee, his successors and assigns shall operate cars upon said railroad with all necessary and mod ern Improvements for the convenience, conveni-ence, comfort and tHVty of ar. which car aliaU bu run tlurvuu each and every day both a, and at ! M be ,lle r ite of tin! ecc.-tl I lit te'e luile r Invar uitbin the Ml tied 1-oitinn of s.ild cit l'rvldeil that 'be M;nk or lr.uk -lull be ronsti i td in ,t!.i'i"V!i! : h the ten ter of the str iti'e !i r Ih- ill rect ,! IiV the 4 ! cieiln .1 . !:! 'It : I. a l-:l.i- r a -h:i!t l :ij: I the cilv . . M. the t.n k or rtfl- to lie ressors and assigns, t5 hold said city. harmless iromand agamstnv and all liability, loss, costs, expense, or damage Yom any cause arising out of am such default or misconduct, which may arise by reason of any ac cident or injury which may occur, in or by reason of the construction or op eration of said railway, and to indem nify and repay said city for any loss cost, expense or damage of any kind it may sustain by reason of any such default, misconduct, accident or in jury, and if any judgment for dam age for any such default, misconduct accident or injury shall be recovered against said city, the recovery thereof shall be final as between said city and the said grantee, his successors or assigns, and conclusive as to the liability li-ability of the latter to the former, pro-yidedhowever, pro-yidedhowever, that the said grantee, his successors or assigns, shall have had notice in writing of the pendency of such action in time to appear and answer the same, and an opportunity afforded them by said city to join in the defense thereof. Sec. 7. That if this grant with the terms and conditions herein contained be not accepted in writing by said grantee, his successors or assigns, within !0 days alter the notice of the passage of this ordinance, or if the preliminary survey of snid railroad be not commenced within six months af ter the passage of this ordinance, or if the construction of at least one track of said railroad be not completed through the city within two. and one-lialf one-lialf years after the acceptance of this ordinance, then' this grant and franchise fran-chise shall become null and void; provided, pro-vided, however, that said grant and franchise shall not be forfeited for the causes above set forth, or for any reason rea-son whatever, if the said grantee, his successors or assigns, without his fault, shall have been prevented, hindered, hin-dered, or delayed in the performance of said conditions or any of them 'by the act of God, or the operation of law strikes, or other causes beyond their control. Passed by the ccity council of Pleasant Plea-sant Grove City, Utah, this lfith day of February.. A 1). 11", A E. COOPER Mayor of Pleasant Grove City, Utah Attest: - JOSEPH HILTON City Recorder STATE OK I'TAH. County of I'tali, ss. Pleasant Grove City. I. Joseph Hilton, city recorder in and for the citv of Pleasant Grove, county of I'tali, state of I'tali, do hereby certify cer-tify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct i opv of an-ordinance entitled enti-tled "An ordinance g'ranting to Jesse Knight a franchise and right 'if way for the. Mttiist ruction and.oper'tion o' a railroad, including 'poles and wins, through and upon the streets of Pleasant Pleas-ant Groxe City I'tali"; passed by the city council of" said Pleasant (irove City. I'tah. on the Kith day of Kebru arx. In witness whereof I have hereunto affixed my nflicial signature and the corixirate seal of saul city till., ilst ilav of Kebruarv. A IV 191 rt. JOSEPH HILTON. City Recorder of Pleasant Grove City, I''.!': E D I TORI A L '" BOOSTER CLUB "j Nobby. New Pottal Cards just in. Swell line at Thdrne't Ca'e. FOR SALE Good 3 room house and 2 acre city lot for sale. Best location jn cty. Ak W..H. Hayes. Anions owr Spring lr-. Good jM-t arriving is the ' Klaxon, mieei; of white KimmN," advertised In the llebtieator t CLARK S Nobby. New Pottal Cards jutt in Swell line at Thome's Cife. "WINDING QpWN INTO. THE UTAH VALLEY."' The editor of the. "Westerner" gives a beautiful pen' picture of this section 'of the, country in a recent issue -of his paptr: We wire approaching, the boundary line of Utah. I had never visited Utah "Dari I venture into this Smoot besooted precinct?" I inquired .of myself. There was no response. I thought of my .vifeaapd chlldrenTtTiome and the peril ihar"theif bill' visible means of support" seemed about to encounter; but no apparent alternative presented itself ; so I pulled the window of the observation car down TThT, girded Tiiy loins"" so" to speak put my watch irTmy Inside waistcoat waist-coat pocket, closed my eyes, bit my teeth together hard, and plunged across the line. Nothing happened, at least not immediately. Th&f sun still shone blithely upon the red and purple hills. The wind blew the dust in little puffs in my face through the screen of the car window, win-dow, the birds sang and that 'was all. Absolutely nothing was stirring. Vet was I in Utah, that baleful land of the multiplicity of wives? Could it be possible, after all, that the story book had ex perienced a misprint? "I took courage and opened my eyes. We were winding our wav down infip the Utah Valley from that canyon of gray and grizzled griz-zled Gramercy upon whose shoulders sat the Palisades and the little inland port of Castle Gate. Before lis. reaching to North and West for fifty miles, lay the Valley, on the westerly rim of whose horizon protruded the slim blue finger-like water line of Utah Lake, green with th richness of alfalfa in full health, golden brown with the promise of newly cut stubble, waving with orchards, dotted with hay stacks, speckled with rlockfr and herds, fruitful with promise from horizon to horizon. I widened my eyes in wonder. "Scarcely had I witnessed such a paradise since, surfeited with knowledge, I emerged from the garden of Eden.. There are no words to describe the color of the hills that encircle this valley: No artist's pallet ever held the ingredients, no human hand could Ifave mixed them. Yet There they" w'eFeTprpiKl in TTiiriad plait and folds like a thousand brilliant rainbows twisted together a thousand time- intensified. "The Valley extended itself many miles in width, a -li.dli'.w basin whose Eastern edge was rimmed with snow. As we "emerged from the canyon of the Palisades, it opem-ft up before us like the. riing of a curtain upon a play that was about to begin ; and there below in lav the .-till life picture orchards of fruit, stretches of alfalfa. Towns and villages clung against the horizon, and out of the middle -distance rose the smoke of domestic chimneys and out .of the earth at intervals, like great white plumes, spouted the perennial, artesian wells. Truly, God and I'.righam Young mii-t have, been mighty close-together when they discovered L'tah!" Hinges, Pickets, Paints Nails Forftxing upyorr place J A. K. Thornton ! & Sons Best of leather done- when promised prom-ised lowest price. See B. MORCK, the Cobbler. Oranges, sweetest ever just in at Thome's Cafe, 15c per dozen and up. Ten Acres t of good farm land. ...SA BARGAIN.'... Write, phone or see S. F. Walker & Sons FOR SALE OR TRADE. Two city Iots with good home, 514 South Eighth West, Salt Lake City, for home or acres in Pleasant Grove. See P. S. Kroman. THE ECONOMICAL FARMER. Bank of Pleasant Grove J Solid Financially 1$ Accommodating Can help you in a thousand ways in borrowing, loaning or saving money. Pay Interest on time deposits. Drop in for a personal chat or Address, BANK OF PLEASANT GROVE JANES CHIPMAN. Pi eiident S. L. SWENSON. Asst. Cttbier la-d CHU!. t!ir mo-. a ' I-! tU. I. r -! . t!.. tr... i fi. t tr " I! . I I I ( t':id -r.it. .! I"lll.-!l' !' I S- !ll'' SlTHIB ir- liiMi, ,i! ''HKKS Orarc(t, ttAfetett ever, just in at Thorre'i Ca'e. 15c per dozen and up. It-ii Srliixt! It.! U.ili V- S,'' r" '." lt:. Ox'i.ffS :.t l". .i- !it i;n' .i.-i -i k J. liK S A ?priiijf months approach, the farmer begins to cast a glance at his farm tool- the mower, hay rakr. the binder and plov receive hi- attention. These tools need little attention from the economical and careful farmer. He has put them away in a shed or in the barn and the storms of winter have left no bad trace on them. . lint the fanner who is not careful, who lias left the plow at the end of the last furrow, has allowed the binder to remain in the grain tield and the mower in the lucerne patch where they have stood the Mornis of winter, must spend otral days 'in cleaning and oiling -rhrrr -rrHtrhmr-. fVrehaneei part- have become wi uisty that they, inu-t be p-placcd. It costs tlii f.irmer time and money because he wa net c.irciul It w'otild only have taken a little" time to put the mi' awav lor the wintry eaof. li.tt oii!d tin- sanii- careless farmer say if hi- wife left tin--win- i!.tihme n the oich and rain caused it to ru-t 'Ihe e-mg e-mg ma lnt! dtd it"! C"-t but a Inlle compared with the fanning ma- lii'itv Vet 'he farnur would r.v-e a great complaint because of the t .it il. i:t- of u wife lie dor- not think of In- o n f- 11 I lie u-'miiiim! and careful farmer i- the pro-peP,t- one If witl make the Le-t of the work p-. It pax - t" be ati ei ..iioinii a! . ! Big "C'Flow In everybody's mouth. Output in 1909 doubles over 1908. Carload business is taking the place of retail trade .'. . Pleasant Grove Roller Mill A. L COOPER, Proprietor i, c ' -i k e ' i tare m (In . I ! e xx ill ran ! ;. h le i T' it i FOR RtT N:e bnew haue and .'5e jjrjei. Banj-'"- N A. Jt"- New Nobby Spring Shoes and Oxfords SMUDGE POTS. u.. t- !- .- L Any Style, Size, Color or Price The Mercantile I'lcaNjnl Cror -T,rv--- that a'. Ici-t-'i:r-l!.!.!n .', tU-.i!- ; ! ' protect the T"p- jr..r i. tr -1 tht-r- entire irmt -r- -t i-'-r.i! , . n,l t!i t- -J. V :- t:. '., - ! r i .,; -.'e- la-t x ear tl'.n .fx . r -1 . ,--,';- it v j s ,1 1 a" .x ! l- : !!;. ',.p'e! ''X tin t ow ! i i . -.'- i'n x ;r . : llsafi :". :''. '- tnv I act '. : tt "V i e ' t an e v'r.t . ' take a ! m ri!:t-g ! - gr -x m Now is the Time to have your harness oiled and repaired. Saves more than the price of the oiling Ole Anderson &Son 1 r -t had -.1 4 rm-'. I' t.. V i i " i -! n't INVESTIGATE.!' prl n4 Jfr1ry lor elntm Vjtchf (rtm S5 ;ll0 i !!. a ' f . J '-:. I in 4- TH to SUerr for iKe tA' thai it m4t.. in tltr4 d 4I4 .. .. .. -ft. a ;-f . A t t '"" ;t " ' -' - r-' . , r : !--. 3 Daily Trains 3 Solt Lake City ? nd . . All Utnh County Points Through Service to all So. Utah Points STACI- SERVICE Acotnn, IS v. to Cnlte'nte, IS'ov. Aloclonn. Ut. to Ploche, Nev. for tKlel atxJ infrrmtixn e tij Salt Ltie R.sie T7H."M7NDERFIELD X-Ci- . .. I "'. 4t Hall i.mUm CHy. tt. t : r I JAMES MARTIX ;i: krr Ifc lrfj tt. r-V Arifuji Fork fot! k 1 ' c tt tr ' "