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|Paper||Juab County Times|
COUNTY. NEPHI CITY, UTAH, SEPT. 22. VOL. 2 NE80 MINES RE- COUNTY DRY ANOTHER PRAISES JUAB GOOD LADY SUM WEEK'S . FARMS. MUCH CEIVE VALUABLE ORE SIGHT. PREPARATIONS TO TAKE OUT ORE ON LARGE SCALE. , While in Salt Lake yesterday, Louis Fugal, manager of the Nebo Highland Mining company, made a purchase ' of 6,000 ore E. D. Sorenson just returned from Juab county where he had been in the interest of- the Utah Arid Land and Livestock Co., a company composed of Sanpete people, owning some 2,000 acres of Juab's choice dry farm lands. The company has finished thresh ing and are well pleased with their yield, one 50 acre piece having yielded 35 bushels to the acre. They have about 800 acres under cultivation and will sow about 350 acres this fall. Mr. Sorenson reports the yield sacks, and tomorrow morning of that region this season as bethe sacking of six carloads of ing best they have ever had. Exhigh-clas- s ores cluding a few pieces, mostly intaken out in developments along jured by frost, the yield is from a 100-fotunnel will be started. 20 to 40 bushels. And this the As scon as the new road is com driest season ever experienced s, pleted, which should be in there, the rainfall during the the first carload will be last 18 months recording only 13 forwarded to Salt Lake. inches, yet where the ground x The ore has been divided into was farmed in accordance with three classes. The first class scientific principles the results runs 75 per cent lead, 30 ounces were flattering. Not only is the silver and 50c to $1 in gold. yield extra heavy this year but This consists of two cars, or 100 the grain ia plump and of extra tons, and is worth $75 a ton, or good quality. $7,500. The second class conThe farmers of that region are sists of 100 tons running 55 per also protecting themselves in cent lead-zinworth $50 a ton, marketing their crops. Buyers or $5,000. The third is 100 tons are trying to beat the price of straight zinc, running close to down, about 65 cents being the about 45 per cent, and is worth best offere- d- The farmers have $35 to $40 a ton," or $4,000. The organized and holders representtotal worth of this lot from 100 ing between twenty and forty feet of tunneling is approximate- thousand bushels have pooled ly $15,000. This is a remarkable their interests and will hold for record for what may be termed better prices, confidently assert- a new prospect, as this small ing that they will realize veryi tunnel represents the principal close to $1.00 per bushel for their working on the Nebo Highland. wheat Manti Meaenger. ENTIRE TUNNEL IN ORE. "The whole tunnel is in ore," declared Mr. Fugal yesterday. UOY PEDAGOGUES "You will have to come down CARES FDR IN EVENING. and see in order to believe it. It is a a permanent vein with lime The lady teachers of Nephi hanging and porphyry foot-wal- l. wers entertained in a jolly style We have this vein for 6,000 the Misses Jane and Bertha feet in our property, which is a by McPherson Sunday The evenmile and a fraction. The ore was spent in pleasant chating outcrop is traceable on the sur- ting, singing, games, etc Delici face for 1,000 feet Some places ous refreshments were served. the vein is forty feet wide, the Those present were: Mrs. walls showing firm and strong Christiansen, Misses Hunter, most of the distance. Allen, Driggs. Cole, Thorpe, "We are arranging to start Hamilton, Gilmer, Pettegrew, work on the seventy-five-foIrving, Prout, Kewley, Blackett lower tunnel, 150 feet lower Hawson, Pearl and Ethel Wright down the hill. This struck a and Miss McPherson of Toca-tell- o. mineralzed cave forty by thirty by ten feet This cave Is half filled with mineralzed sand. By tunneling fifty feet further we has an unusual display of ores at should be under the ore. We minimum expense of exposure. have fifty to 100 feet stoping The new tram should be complete territory in the upper workings. ed fn two or three weeks, when "We hav had a large force at Eva too, will begin forwarding work on the road to the mine, ore. which we expect to have finishStill further south, about three ed in two weeks, and in three miles, and on the same system of weeks we should have our first veins, is the Eureka Leasing and carload on the markets Mining company group. It is EXCELLENT CONDITION. getting in machinery; is nfaking Recently the Nebo Highland arrangements for Mona water for its boilers, and will put in a placed a block of 20,000 shares in line. It wil install a comSanpete at 10 cents a share. pipe This brought in 12,000 shares pressor and swing three power drills into line on its new deep treasury at an advanced price. The company is incorporated for tunnel, which will tap the exBut the good posed ore vein at depth. 1,000.000 shares. thing about it is the fact that The entire Nebo andSantaquin there are no debts and the com- districts is experiencing remark pany still has 25,000 shares in able activity this summer, and the treasury, a most excellent it is figured that before snow condition of things when the al- flies that several of the propermost remarkable ore showing is ties will be in the class of steady shippers also taken into account LEASING. EVA AND EUREKA Mr. and Mr. Edw. Downs have Joining the Nebo Highland on moved back to Nephf from the the south is the Eva, which n!o Fowler ranch. lead-silver-zin- c ot two-week- c, ot Herald-Republica- n. AD IS READ IN THE HOMES OF NRPHI, LEV AN, MONA, JUAB and mills. MONA NO. 52. NEWS. NEWSY LEVAN HAPPENINGS. CO Marriages and Personals. Mr. Reuben B. Young has gone to Nephi to work at the plaster Cards are out announcing the Another estimable lady who mill., double wedding of Miss Jennie had passed the four score and Mrs. Florence Hiskey who has of this place and Llovd Malmgren one year mile-ston- e in life died been visiting her sister in Salt Hobbs of and Miss Mamie Nephi here last Friday, and was buried Lake City for a short time re and Christian Jennings Winter Sunday from the home of her turned last week to attend toth of this The wedd place. daughter Mrs. J. H. Brough. school. are to take on ings the place Borh to the wife of Mr. Ern Mrs. Caroline Dawes waa born 27th. of this month. in Horncastle, Lincolnshire, Eng est Kay, a baby girl. Sept 7. The home of Mr. and Mrs. land in 1830, was married to John Tho "stork" made its first Dawes, and reared a fair sized visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Pierce was made happy family there. Her husband died John Kay Sept 19th, and left a Tuesday morning by the arrival of a bouncing boy. in 1838, and in 1899, she came to son. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Morgan Utah and lived with her sister Sept.-19ta son at the arrived to the Indian Reservation went Mrs. Harriet Snarr of Salt Lake, home of Mr. and Mrs. Elias then with her son Sidney Dawes, Tuesday morning where they inYork. tend to make their future home. and at his death, she came t o Mrs. has Vest Jr. Hyruin gone er Mr. and Mrs. C. Peterson of Nephi and lived with her daugh-tMrs. J. II. Brough until the to Milford to join her husband. Centerfield spent part of last Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmons week here time of her death. visiting with Mr. and of Salt Lake were the guests of Mrs. Alma Dalby and others of Mrs. Dawes' interests all cen tered in her home, and her house- Mr. and Mrs. William Garfield this place. hold and children. She was al- last Sunday. Mrs. James R. Jackman of Salt Mr. Ed. McCelland and family Lake City is here ways a patient, gracious lady. spending a few She did not join the Mormon of Salt Lake City have moved to days with her parents Mr. and church until after she came t o Mona. Mrs. Swen Malmgren. Utah, hut thereafter became a George Finch of Goshen, a The of good conscientious member. Four very interesting friend of Nora this following dignitaries place attended the M. I. A. daughters survive the deceased: Green's attended the calico ball convention held in Nephi. - Bd one of whom lives in England, last Friday night. J. E. Taylor, Henry Hendrick- one in Canada, Mr?. J. H. Brough Mrs. John W. Kay and family son. Lorenzo Mangelson, J. M. and Mrs. Wm. G. Bird of Nephi. of Milford who have been visit- Chnstensen. Augustus Shenherd. The deceased was a sister of the Mona relatives for the past John A. Morgan, Ivan C. Dalby, ing late John Brough, so was related month returned home last week. Misses-Menne- l Taylor and Edna to a large number of people i n Mrs. William HoughMr. Mangelson. and Nephi. Seventeen grand children Miss Arvilla and Wm. Jack- and sixteen great grand children ton have returned from Lehi where man been went to Heber last week to they have visiting also survive Mrs. Dawes. The for a short relatives. with attend time, high school at that place. pall bearers at her funeral were Miss Syrelda Carter has gone Arthur Kofod left for Idaho six nephews, Thomas, Walter F. John H. ,' William, Joseph, and to Salt Lake City to work, and Tuesday. one of the young men of Mona, Barton Brough. Joel Taylor and Hyrum Winter t hasn't had a smile on his face received letters from Bqx B. last since. weex. Mi Eliza Williams has gone Miss Alvilda Kofod is snendine BID GIRL GIVEN A FLOATER. to Gunnison, Sanpete county a few weeks in Scipio with her An interesting chapter to the where she will teach school this sister Mrs. Daniel Olsen. 'White Slave" cases tried in the year. Mr. W. N. says 'he cant Whenever one of our popular federal court at Salt Lake City r.ce anything in Mona now. But walks fhe . walks last spring was added here re- never mind W. she'll come back. pedegogucs with "Billie." cently. Apedler named John-- i Last Friday evening the Y. I When she talks she talks with son hailing from Provo bench M. I. A. had a calico ball in the "Billie." recommended as waitress to the opera house, which proved to be Whenever she dines she dines proprietor of the Chase restaur- a great success socially but was with "Billie." ant a girl said to be then living not M successful financially as Who in Gunnison. is Billie? "Why. the Arrangements it ought to have been. The were made and the girl came to young ladies feel and justly too Candy Kid." Nephi with Johnson. It is claim no doubt that the relief society ed that the two stayed at the doesn't support them as they hotel In Levan overnight both should. occupying the name room. The following students have OPERATORS Will OPERATE IN Soon after beginning work at gone away to attend High school. the restaurant the girl was re- Miss Ada .Kay going to Mt cognized by fhe officers aa Cora Pleasantand Mi.s Frances Swa-se- y Henry Allred, the night opera Frohme the girl who played such to Nephi. tor at the and Miss Geneva an important part In the "White Last Monday Jesse and Roy Price, thedepot, chief at the Slave" trials before the federal Ellcrtson went to for the telephone office, operator Logan sprang quite a court last spring. Her reputaof the Agri- surprise on their friends purpose attending by going tion as "undesirable" led the cultural College. Jesse graduat- to Provo last Saturday and getofficers to watch her dowdy. ed from the B. Y. U. Normal mairied. Miss Price is the Early this week the city officers school in 1009; has two ting taught Mr. and Mrs. Charles concluded that it was for the In Box Elder county, and daughterof years and Mr. Allred came here Price, best Interests of the town that now he is entering upon his col- from Mt Pleasantsome time ago the girl be ordered to leave at course. He is contemplat- to accept the position of teleonce. Accordingly the proprie- lege two majors viz, His ing taking tor of the restraunt was notified graph ojerator during the night lory and Economics, which he period. Both the young couple that he must see that she left will In three years. in the younger set are town or his license would be Shouldcomplete he take but one major he and popular will reside here. revoked. could It very easily in The girl left Tuesday morninj-- two complete The matrimonial bacillus seem Success to you Jete, year. on the north-boun- d train. Her we trust to that others will go and be ever present in the telephone mother is living in Salt Lake. do like wise. office. Four marriages have taken But she refused to go there say place among the "Hello girl" the past year. Miss Edna Bigler ing that should she do so certain NEPHI FRUIT UN EXCELLED. who was appointed chief operatpersons connected with the house would cut her of or a short time ago, has resigned, The Times editor acknowledge throat and left for the I. D. S. collect receipt of some fine peachThe case has attracted consid from Mrs. John Warwood, and yesterday. Miss Geneva Price, erable attention and officers de (John Coleman, also some white who wm appointed Miss Bigler'f serve credit for the promptness grajies from Mrs. M. A. Gadd. successor was married with which they disposed of the ,The peaches nearly all measured Saturday. Miss Myrtle Golden eleven inches in circumference, is expecting to resign lonti. and the grapes were of good What for? Miss Bertha V.aWey e and Mis Eddcs lxve are ffi Surely Nephi can j quality. Thos. W. Tranter has been Iruit that will equal that holding down the very ill with pneumonia for tome raiwd anywhere in the country. and have not became in feet p( with tne bacillus. time. i n h. te - last J pro-iduc- exchange. REM GETTING Personals of People. - IN YOVK 1911. E. D. Sorensen Speaks Mrs Dawes Lived a Long Glowingly of the Crops. and Useful Life. 0 inn MUCH Times COUNTY AB ALL THE NEWS OF EAST JUAB EN TON COMMERCIAL CLUB COM- MITTEES BUSY. REPRESENTATIVES FROM COMMERCIAL CLUBS OF STATE WILL BE HERE. A good lively meeting of the Commercial Club was held in the club rooms last Tuesday evening, at which several interesting matters were discussed. The proposition of having an east county mineral exhibit at the Fair was taken up, and L. E. Dunning was appointed to arrange for a good collection of minerals from the Nebo mining district. The entertainment of the Development Leagoe, which will hold its convention here next Friday and Saturday was given a great deal of consideration. Committees on program, recep tion, and entertainment were appointed for showing the visi tors a good time. Each commercial body in the state will have two or more del egates in attendance. The chosen from the Nephi Commercial Club are Dennis Wood and Alma Hague. Mayor G. M. Whitmore and President W. C. Andrews of the Club will give addresses of welcome. The Juvenile Band and other musicians of the town will furnish music. Among other speakers who will be here at that time. Governor Spry and Douglas White are expected. After the Friday evening session of the convention, the committees are arranging to have a fruit festival for the visitors, music and a general good time. del-egat- es TREY LIKE TIMES." J. W. Grace writes from the Grace Bros. Ranch at Lark, Ut and states,- - 'The Timet Is a welcome visitor at the farm." Orson Nielsen, formerly of Levan, but now at Tooele, writes, - "Please continue the good old paper, aa it sure looks fine to me, even in a smelter town. W. C. Brown waa In from Levan and transacted business at' the Times office. Mr. Brown ia a loyal supporter of the home paper, and believes that ever on should be a subscriber and boost for the home paper that is doing so much to help build up east Juab county. Mr. Brown states that he has discovered some valuable oil shale east of L2van, which is so heavily charged with oil, that it burns very readily. JUVENILE R1N0 PRAISED. "The Nephi juvenile band, composed of 31 young boys under Prof. Plumb, attracted universal commendation. The music and and general appearmarching ance and conduct of this organization was It was one of the features of the affair." spW-ndi- -- Pyramid. Mr. & Mrs. It T. Badger o f Salt Lake are here visiting thei aunt Mrs. Esther Winn. George Foote has gone on a business trip to Minersviile.