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|Paper||Provo Semi-Weekly Herald|
T1IH - DW A I m it II 11 i uL ..1,13, v , been - . - Jwut l,tljli to secure 136,000,1 ff, nedout ""J the bank hid in turn fcypo.tfcecated. li'l LJ OL., ..,...( U.luS BC MUST RELIEVED small r part of these preferred again. A AND Wfi RECOMMEND x creditors have been taid; but most of Castle Gate, Clear Creek ac4 r their paper is past due and can be Hiawatha CoaL closed la on at"any time. ' The receiver j. 150 to 160 W. 5th 4s frying to make peace ith .thenf and 0N. Both phones 232. ; his policy is' to satisfy them at' the J. W. DUNN. Mgr. For quick and definite results. earHes. possible 7"4ate and get their For MEASLES' COUGH, for the COUGH security back lit" th that follow SCARLET FEVER, for ? to have-thesCROUP, WHOOPING i COUGH, for He vhopea again. cure claims all paid off by the end of ASTHMATIC CONDITIONS, or a cough of whatever including CHRONIC SOAJCYOUR DUD3 IN IHt-an-d then - will begin paying dlvH COUGHS oforigin, OUft 8UC1 ELDERLY use which' DEPOSITORS COMIII rail a hh - Ii-i- Pi-.OV- . Hi DELAY Foles - Honey and Tar Componnd ' -- 'gilt-edge- ' e r F oley's Honey od TarPEOPLE, dends to the depositors. Compoin ' For Sale of the' Utah by Hedqulst Drug Co. Long Tim Notes" Cause Trouble. Positively we do the BEST LAUH-"DRBanking Co. whose banks' at was caused by a The pank's-troubWORK-soutof Sal- tAmerican Fork and" Lehl were lot of long time notes runing from four banks had made purchases of hunreds V ' Lake City. closed by 'the secretary of state to eight years.- - These provided for an of thousands pf dollars worth of notes last December held their first nual payments and interest As tbeseha the hope of a deal going through meeting Tuesday night at Lehl which" wpuld net the banks a profit of became due and were , paid they-ijefor the' purpose of considering a me more and the re- about $100,000, but the slump in the the best means of caring for the ceiver hopes in two years to be able to money market raine and with it, the intereB tsof those- - who- - "have sell tbem lor enough in addition to the closing of the bauks. v" money In the Institution. There Bath Phones. West Center 8t other notes and secure, the necessary The corn'oiittee wanted the depositors were several hundred people . . n.lf ,UA ... l full to employ an attorney and compel" an present at the meeting coining method, the attorney stated, early" settlement, which would probably A Phofrom ajl the towns In the aorta 'jThia would satisfy every claim of the de mean the wiping put of- any possibility end of the? county. The seiier- - .$! (positors, but would probably leave that the stockholders would receive of course,- - indi--- . nothing "for the stockholders. (anything from the wreck, put would cates that they wanted their iiootfi and Evans Attorney Judge probably mean a levy upon them of- an money. then left for their train, accompanied extra $50,000. ; But a more conservaCapital Stock ...25,00O, L ty Receiver Friel, after which the de- tive course was taken by the adoption 4 $8,000 Surplurrrr? JudgeJ. E. Booth, who is directing positors organized by electing Alman of a resolution telling the Judge and W. H. BRERETON, President Greenwood chairman and Eli J. Clay-so- the receiver that the depositors de ALVA NELSON, Caahiot. the receiver and attorney in closing up fireworks com' sired that the funds on hand .now and the W. JOHNSON. Asst Cash. ' 7 and secretary, the bank's. affairs had called thmeet- those to be collected be used to pay menced. ing and was present, as; were Receiver Interest Paid On, ' off the seeured debtors at the earliest Committee's Report C. C. Friel and Atorney Jacob Evans, Time Deposits possible date. The committee's reporfwas a warm his advisor. These officials explained PARTS OF DRAFTS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. the progress made in untangling the document. It stated that the officials THE WORLD affair of the banks ana express, of of the banks "nW broken the Tawnre- loans and allowing . ProvorUtah. July 13, 1011. opinion that the depositors would et peatedly V 76 ACADEMY AVENUE their money ,in about two years more. overdrafts. ' At one time one company Sealed proposals for building ,100 An explanation was made showing had an overdraft of $170,000 and when linearfeet of cement concrete side ' why this delay would be necessary. this was wiped, out It was by quesT H E LAMAR in District No. 10, extension No.) HOTEL About $156,000 of the of the tionable notes with unlawful Indorse walks . E. Mrs. GIHIs, Prop, on the east side ot First West being company's notes and securities . had ments.. . The report declared Hot and cold water In every room. street, betweantr-8treeHtnaVtftRooms single and en suite, 50c, 75c, South: street, according to plans and $1.00- - and hp. ,' specifications prepared by the City PROVO, UTAH. 84 N; Acad. Ave. The-deposlt- ors le h t. Provo Steam laundry -c li "gilt-edge- 11 Program Tom ght . 'The Sheepmatt's I ! 10 d 5C r SaUIatinee 7:30 p,m, Brw-Our-W- 4- -- ago , - -- Daughter'' Good Music Admission Children . - Ca)i-Wi4- :Caesar Bifcrtteau,' 'Shifty, J' -- State Bank olProva - ON-A- in-maki- ng LL . . tbtth br '" ATTENTION! V- - Associations or individual, of UTAH, Box Apples, Pears, Peaches, Prunes, Plums. Cherries, that intend usine the St. Louis market, QHTPPFRQ California Excursions rv tjlllilEUdy liable wide-awak- e CAR LOT BROKER who is in. a position to make liberal advances. Write or wire today, and get lined up with? a firm that will afibw" you tow" to make 'money lif the selling department of your commodities. References as to reliaAddress all communications to bility cheerfully given. I BOB MILLIGAN, St.Louij, Mo. 7$30.00 VIA $30.00 - Councff,-wiIhi- -- SALE 3 thoroughbred Eight RIGHT Our laundry has been com E. pletely modernized and has not a peer in the city. It is the only laundry in town that can do up your laundry in a manner. . . strictly It's the only laundry that's ' quipped in a way that ensures the best work with a minimum amount of wear on the clothes. FOR SALE EQUITY 'IN 40 ACRES PRICE RIVER IRRIGA' TION LAND; BARGAIN. F. MO R R IS, W I L LI AM CHICAGO, ILL. MISCF.LLANEOUS. i Hi a. i Economy Second Hand Clothing BOUC HT AND SOLD Ladies' & Gentlemen's Cleaning - Pressing First published July Escaped His Life. With MONUMENTS years r ago I faced an awful death," writes H. B. Martin, Port Harreison, s. C. "Doctors said I had consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked like It, sure enough. I tried everything.! could hear of, for my cough, .and was under the treat ment of the best doctor in Georgetown, 8. C, for a year, but could get no relief. A friend advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery. 'I did so, and was completely cured. I feel that I owe my life to this' great throat and lung cur." It's positively guaranteed for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af- fectidns. 50c and $1. Trial Bottle free : at Hedquist Drug Co. "Twenty-on- e That Give Perfect Satisfaction T BIGHJV PRICED . 6rit8 Works !WjFJ:8iiBvot Utah. . Marble 2nd When You Stan: : A Saving Account " Repairing - and - Dyeing ..ill .I.H.IH.IIIMIIII. CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION. v J. G. KERATLAIN, ; Saitair,-Ju- ly It means ih at you have adopt ed habits of Ihrlff and economy that will kei ywi' going up la the -- worl4.-.- itrM.f--n- f sliding " Down. ; WE' PAY 4 PE RECENT ', Aiid offer you every" adjantage of fafe and. oonservadve bank- " log. ' 13,-19- For the above occasion the Salt Lake Route will sell tickets to Salt Lake at one fare 'for. the round trip on July 13, good, returning July 14. 139 North Academy Avenue f Provo l.om meraal a V And Savings Bank Capital - Thea res every life Insurance company that makes a f temperance : risks; low "specialty and liberal contract to capable ' rates 253 Broadman. Address S."Wilsonf v St way, New York." r t ? c YOUR BINS . NOW, THE 8TORAG E WHILE RATES LAST; ONLY 30 DAYS LEFT.' WE HAVE THE BEST ABERDEEN IN THE 'STATE. HIAWAJHAT' AND KING WANTED Able rustlers; good salary,' in excellent" proposition. Call 4 10 ' ' I ' Independent STRAYED Sorrel pany, brand, "17" hin mane clinDed. 'Return to 237 TErCenterron)hone l89X. Reward An It -- FURNISHED ROOMS. " "Kill More Than Wild Beasts. The number of people killed yearly riiRNiSHED ROOM for, rent, with approach the 90 K.. 2d East. 4t by wild beasts, .don't rest germs No life Is afe. from. their attacks, TheJ Saltalr, July 13, L 1911. are 4n air, water, dustr even food. But por the above occasloli the'BalC Lake Is afforded Route will sell tickets to Salt Lake grand protection Bitters, which destroy' and expel t one fare" for the round trip on July I these'" : . 14. deadly disease germs .from the 13, good Teturnlng July. system. That's. why chlUs. fever and ' not 'Is. dangerous beiio all" malarial and many blood Whooplrg cough loose diseases yield promptly to this won when the cough is kept Horfni hrnod curifler. Try them, and. easy b yglvIngiChamber-Iain', and new health It' has been enjoy the glorious Cough Remedy. back, Money . you. dis-- strength, they'll give used in many' epidemics" of, this Wc yat lied satisfied. not' Only if ease ,wlib psrfecLLsuccesFor sale Drug ftp. i(.(iTi iit Dru1? Co..' ihree stores quist. CAMBRIAN ASSOCIATION . . - Coal Co. yard, ny tne wooien mius. KOFFORD'4 CROWTHERS, Proprietors. LOST STRAYED STOLEN - andyex-pectoratio- REX FILL . West - HM.OOO. South Academy Avenue ttf 498 to represent an old established 3d t. RexantHilleD A GOOD AGENT WANTED in South T '. ELP "WANTED-- H FIRST CLASS MATERIAL; EXCELLENT FINISH. GRANITE AND MARBLE 13, 19il.""""' Steam Laundry Domestic JW ANT cheap money IF " eaav terms tee Jex Bird Co. YOU - NIGHT. Spencer rCalc . e., BLOG., 737 M"ARQUETTE OPgN-A- tL . E. Boston Pit bull pups, one month old. 164 North First East. Both phones 50. :: City Engineer. j ' FOR v " J FOR-SAL- FORJFIR8T CLASS DINNER Meats, Chill eon Carne, and. Quick Service t Choice Coffee r Flans and specifications may be ob tallied aLtheffice of the City Engineer. The rightris Teserved toreject any or all bids and to waive any defects. ; of the City Council. order ' ' " " e; a. Jacob, ' " Leaving Salt Lake City at 3:00 p. m., 6:00 p. m. and 11:50 p. m. ONLY 24 HOURS TO LOS ANGELES. to tith, and 14th to 17th, inclusive. and Tickets on sale August 19th. Return limit October 6th, 1911. LIBERAL STOPOVERS ENROUTE. See Jlgent O. W. Craig for lt?ratu're and information, or write Los Angeles. T. C. PECK, G. P. A, A. . Salt Lake City. P. G. J. H. Manderfield, A, s - 1911. y 3 received" )e of the City Recorder, in the Court House at Provo City aforesaid, until 4 o'clock p. in., on the 2d day of August; 'Through Trains Daily by theCityi at the office Engineer- andapproved n number-kille- d 40CE! 3 FOR 2 FOR rvM..::; 25 25 kkf- " - :: W f.XI I I IHI 2.11I 1 The Primal'Catl Biograpa A Dead Man's Honor ; . . .v; . . Vltagraph Shatpa on "Max.. y- Loyal Love. 1 Reed Strong 8lnga, ELLEN Tangled Lives (with Florida Scene). ; ' In and Around Havana. , How the Hungry Mas Was Fed. - Its' the material, making and the "dry climate'Vpro of maturing that makes Dry Climate Havana Cigars the best ' ' yoii can buy at any price. ' Our 1911 blend, three kinds of choice Havana leaf selected aftejF257ears of person : than ever before ""7 .7 7 You cannotjudgecigar by its looks: Smoke a Dry Climate; You wilhbe more than satisfied. Sold by all 7 , r dealers. 7,-- --"-- r-- T , . . -7- . - THE SOUS CIGAR CO.. Makers, Denver, s The Distributors Provo .Utah . August X Snort Line; very low rate. YlaTJregbii v 10 - Leinonage, Raymond,- Stirling-- varasion, -- juagraui. points, with long limit: For further, details, wite D. EL Barley, Geiu Pass. Agt, O. "J - " and. ctheT - ." . PIONEER DAY, JUUY 24, 1911. - For above occasion tba Salt Lakj Route will sell tickets botween Utahi atations, one fare for the round trip, on July 22, 23 and 24, good, returning , , July 2'5th. ' " r:: THE rONE BEST-BUV'HERALD WANT AD. -- Co. t TO CANADA.. EXCURSION w '- Utah Wholesale Grocery Snakeville : Myrtle Brown Sings.. Infant-a- r- 'S . ;t. .7 PROVO .