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THE PI.OVO IIEIJALD, TULCDAY, JULY flffi AMERICAN FORK. Mining and General News Culled Special; Id By The Herald . Correspondent. mum - ill M JESSE GIVES OF . . AMERICAN FORK, July ?1 A new; strike 6f : considerable Importance In the Pacific mine wa Juat reported by Harry Castle, 8onplH.B.CMtle, of PocatelTo, one of the largest stock holders In the mine. Mr. Castle nag spent the past ten days in the-- can; yon, Inspecting the property. The ore continuation of the appears to be same body from which the recent shipments have been made And has been opened in the face of the north drifts,' and "loika.Herttsm ; anything-aor inithe mlne.j.H. C, Johnson has-- been chosen manager otthe property"Ty thedirectors to w0" A 4 "finish" winning j outing trousers! We're closing in ' out the sizes-'t- if broken this summer's stock at a big rrV"- sacrifice. - . " line-a- . nd .' X ' 10 B1 FREUGH ft Jesse Knight,' president of the Opex Mines The summer session of the ColMp w d Agricirl-Crnsolldate- company.has tatt -- Hmr . , AtrtOflanrUtali,-- : connect-ed7Tth7lhesub- - - . S4.50 values now ,.S.!.2ft i. en - vatues-rw- JjjU.gO ?3.00 values now :.$2.40 Summer underwear, is on ; It ihc "lat P"jgtt in early before the "meet' closes. . - I excep-"tional- f1 - j f - "; J - i- 4 old-styl- e .both-wer- As!ufer e. - - H " -- Mrs.-Marr- any-guspl- 8QLI6K! 0 Tb Cr!!r.il tr.d Cz&ss!ni Xn" ... liu- - fsr Ll Vl and fountains. hotels, restaurants, . .... Mcioys, invigorating and sustaining.,,' Ceep it on your sideboard at home Don't travel without iL lunch prepared in a minute. q-, ki fai ta Lniiatioo. Just say TBriKXi" Combine or Trust .i m LliUiill MfW is ly mu6it . 4 Fp:i-irir.- !t -- ". The Toggery :1U . , . -- , -- -- $S.O0 . i U-,- " - ' pant Hnc. $6.0QyaIi:efto ' 5i -- of style,-while the values at the present prices are far ahead of. anything ever" offered in the ' TMDSUIE - material of , ' cow Gf rjtah concluded Frl- ot written a day. July 2L The sessloa ha. been t Salt Lake Cltyr whose letter, pbjectlng, moai successiu. m me mwory oi to the secrecy surrounding this com- 3tltuUon, Including as It did so Zany's operations wa publlsUd som;the eminent educators. Almost er many days aioV'J At the request : of 'r Mr. In the state was repreeounty ery Hammer, one paragraph' of the letter o sented byfteachers-whwere, In the rVVWWV www fse7eemItte,d7Ssf Mnga Into "the majority of cases preparing to Introj controversy .persons . of,, prominence . .. llLwwww duce- totoV-the- ir grades and high ITBo, he states, are in no way scholia, agricultural, mechanic 'arts or WHh this exception, the answer of domestic science, and arts work. succeed Miss Caroline Hunt, the national auMr. Knight follows: The Waterfalls' mine, located near "In answer ' to yours of the"17th thority in domestic science, who re- the Mineral Flat, In American Fork Inst., wlM say that ctured to. the' summer school your accusacion ofi6111 canyori, is .now. taking out ore. The &rrr.ev U alKo.uIv without fn.mrtaJ0 th Agricultural college, has writ- ,a Utah Bhe first shipment for the smelter will be tfoiT"We" hive" heft "monthly" board !ten tte" most sent out the first of the week, i wtcnen the states United in perrect we month almost since every meetings S THE HOME of practical education, which of Mrs. John residence tb books have the started always'Tnla work; Probation ' Officer Roper of Provo .means education for. the, --work; of lie.: Its 'AwWWtsoe, ...snd is the result of was here this weekvla connection with been' open to any stockholder who of in The work the courses are broad and liberal alonjr lines of years, m'n! )n thmn n,i subject the case against. Sherwood- - Adamson kitchen advanced used students is. by 7 science, English history, literature, economics and. and Wallace Chlpman, both of Ameri- has also always been open to any stockholder -- to examine the hidica - T1" domesUc science ,as -a 4aboratoryi - 41 the. languages.; MantTaFffamlnff isT'feature.'r can" Fork" The" ' boysappT-opriateDr. John "A. Wldtsoe, president of an automobile belonging to I Walter tlons for themselves. grees in AgricultureV Home Economics, . Agricul- the college has been., asked by the TIME FOH MEETING. South worth, andnflth-tw- o Leht girls, tural Engineering; Commerce and General Science "Tho"' articles of - iuoprpoiajtion of i French government, through Prof. Au- bad a "Joy'rldeJ" The "auto, which U8t are given. ,Thc cost of living at Logan is of univerSarbonne Beraard' thls wunpany wll for the lioldins of had Just been newly painted and of the privilege tol low. Many students earn..part or. all of translating the first annual stnclcholdrs' brought home in :.Ibad the InTJctoberrrtlir'At Ing condition. theirjexrienses while attending college;' The college Juvenile Judge Walquist. language. Tbe book U recog- expect tQ have a complete report of tt Heber, will bear the case. send a catalogue and illustrated circulars to all .will treatise in '' y everythinsr un to that date. Had w'nlzed "'."."'rJfitrz "'.'" who apply College work begins September 19, 1911 On Friday night, near the Apollo even thought that anybody was even the subject atd is the result pf experfc ments 15 over .of a extending ha't, Stanley Ooates, of Lehl,. who is 8U8ptclou s of things not being can ted petlod in this 'city, .lanJ.TJ6h on, honorably and by expert manage years conducted Tn Utah. eluployea rnrasner, or Lctii, participated in a ment, .we should have sent out a de-Those BoysJBlouse Waists at 23C real . bare with tailed report before .now." This Is the prize fight, wont" IastlongafFood-Cllfton'sT- llata until wearlngJiloody firstJntlmatIon4 hav ever heard that DEATH AT STATE MENTAL- faces. They' will hare a hearing bei thing swere jiotcarriedon Jnielllgentr IRWGATrONMEANS-HEALT2.Une Judge Walquist,-Augu- st Ann Wilson, "a patient IT and without ")tt" Sny of or form, shape at the State Mental bosnltaL died Harry S. and Peter Adamson Jr. "We do, as a rule, send out an anclosed a deal Thursday, whereby they Capital Stock ........ .125,000 yesterday ;at the age of fifty eight nual report to the stockholders of othbecame owners of the Howes ranch, Surplus .................18,000 CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. from years angina pectoris. The. re; er companies, but this corporation beW. H. BRERETON, President which in located at the mouth of Dan- . ALVA NELSON, Cashlor. from other is there to support more life than maimK. were shipped to Salt Lake, ing different In its make-u- p , -telLxaai-i- fc ,.per Heber, ,Clty-Tftis WrJOHNSONTASsrCaiK rntrnaiiawTtr-supFoTTSeceaseiTTias Der- one of the beHt farms in Provo- - val- CDinpSBTeir wTlaTovWaoRed'or. ouniEs lh& ortd loraoth lfeftnny"f8 Neglected to send"' out haps ley, and consists of 2 15 acres. The Interest Paid On for the first 6tockhold - '.,n$ if the water t0 d18301..' 13 'and is devoted, to orchard, grain and report, waiting Jtfst 1 right.. L eraV met tls. ,:Time Deposits held TTJon't wear o!T clothes wnen-- you alfalfa.""" The" purchase price" named "Since time the and wind' began will Now, if it satisfy you, we will was" $8,000. DRAFTS ON ALL PARTS OFcan get a good suit at less than the endeavor-t- o" . at weather have worn the rocks; The V T HEWORLD (. cost of maKing. We have a line of George P Parker, of American Fork, our first annual jneetlng.'which I crumbling shale is the fertility of the 76 ACADEMY AVENUE. Each some soil. of dissolves rain thisisineifl sufta i7M ythi rhii grandaied from the Michlgau law think Is to be held in October. At are solutions and. the made' e are making'a price of f5.75 on. n that time we will be school this summer, has decided to prepared to send richness, ton hi? tto lc career a- Provo, wlier stockhodlers a complete detailed re- taken up by vegetable roots and bullion in and see them. Wood-CH- f into leaves, flowers and fruits. The i Mercantile Co. . viiil open a law office la the Knight port, r .. . ... . ..... n I,-- '.. iL.l runts uiuuujr ' BLicaui xuat iu me oceanr CAN H(N OWN BUSINESS. block. . I object to spending robs the soil in a wild riot of waste. ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES ."However, .t MATliDC ic crr Limtir a i J.)r. Haro'd Chrlstensen, of Provo, vvnen money for photographs and experts se trip excursion fares front whu'has been assisting his brother lected ' is the it and regions, flinerent in A Savin by brokerage firms for the reasov Aecnnnt , W points on the Denver ft Rio Graude to O f)r. Atlantic Chrlstensen of this city, n-that am holding Sruer cenL of Here nature is found in an economical Colorado j It means that you haVe adopt- Spring8 Pueblo DeBTer n In his dental office, 'has cone' to this stock and I would hate "to chance mood. Here the tocks have added habits of thrift and economy 'ed ' ' """" "'ulB vSpringviltet to take charge of Dr s brokers to manage my busi- their riches to the soils since the that will keen you going up in a 20of Date' Sfl,e' May U iV wd g Packard's practice during' that lit-ness for me, the world. iuniMU of Sliding thai, my world began and there has been 21 J July , v' H,J,UM 2 7 10. Iown. Upr Ia nat,,ra business is to develop the 'country and tl 1n - vacation,' 22 and 26; Aug. 16; Sept. S and 6, 4 WE PAY sav-PER conservation CENT nature's i way great Mrs.'.. Walter flfack, of American not o deal In stocks. Neither is my And offer you every ad vantage . . to spend any time or thought Ings bank.'" Nor does the reign of Tea tmir business of pafe and conservative bankRerurn Fork,. has. Joined her daughter, Mrs. limit 1911. Octt31, Going son. stop jvhen water is put upon the Kluier Strong, and a number of other whatever in regard to what Jhe stock 10 transit Unit of after date sale. days " soil; because; when this "Is wisely done, Pro vX relatives amV friends, In v a market wli . do or will not do. Return transit limit Oct. 31, Mil,: Provo Commercial the we "If fertility put In solution is propor - Faree round been have in the negligent week's oultng at Provo canyon.. trip from Provo, Utah, And Savings' Bank past In regard to annual reports, we tionate to the needs of useful plants,' Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver John. Sager of American Fork, is wji endeavor to he more prompt ln!and the run'off Js low in soil chetui- 1100,000. capital 22.50: Omaha, Neb.. Council Bluffs. 6 j f pending a few days in Provo." the futurf7 nnrt trnsitln tho llti, .m C&19. A A O'O A Inu.kllr-1I,1,T.FO A AAA AAA Iowa; St be satisfactory to you without any an ITandoa If !.f9tenwn,th Miss Laura "Eloley, of American PI, 11. ar-shown: OurIrousFrsIiave, long held the honors 4n. the race for supremacy ' jOf tailoring 1511; 25, 1GUIAII y State Dank Pro vo - 7 I . ' . - J be-cl- - y - - - V iou start f high-clas- doc-or'- OCNVER.A RIO GRANDE CO, D13 TF,ICLTE.7C0,0O0-PlECES- DESCRIPTIVE OF - LITERATURE. - 1 yy lein " . - - 'nt. - . , S in e the day of January of ' , .iia yi'ar,- the Denver aud Rio Graude IjiJ-aUn- J Mini Uii4jiitttetl somrthtng r"').tt 'J 'pieces litscrtptive it- - .'S i ,M ' ;. -- i A-- . A. i ' fo'ders, " maps Lou,!. KNIGHT." ... w . pro,o;u EXCURSION .TO CANADA. util riiTiihus .relatjng to the resources 111., the first part of the week. .. 55. .Hi., 551.10; Chicago, August 3. over the swamps. Some of it h3s; LINOLEUM OR OIL CLOTH 'iMts, ail racoons,", 'climatic And gt g,venjt Via Short Oregon ilnT advaotsges" of - the territory Line; very low rales Plants" a . . Mrs.. S, Ij. Chlpman and depos.ted thre. baveitlons wtthlT1 regains its daughter, coat of to irviil by iu'llnes In Colorado, Utah Vein, of American Fork, were In Pro- ginul, W;g!ituesi and a new Lethbrlrfge, sprung up mildly They h.ve changed. Miasour, lU' .Cardstonv Magrath, ' .Now MexlMvsavs. the Gazette vo one the character ot the soil content. They, day this welk. the guVsts of Mfe. BEEBE LUMBER CO. to ,ock, regu!atloD8 of parri'clpat. Raymond, Stirling . and other points, bave draVn nitrogen and other noiir With long HmiL" For further s ,.Ui ai lltlon to the piece matter, ad- - Mrs.. Roy. Murdock. details, ing carriers'. GOOD PRICES FOR PEARS ti i ishment from the air aud added it to' D. E. Burley, Gen. Pa3s,"Agt, O. write bvp bt'eu carrM in the WM. .H. MITCHELL, Agent. The Mlssee Rhoda Searle and Ada the soil. The rich whNtsI iiav no.'j .li'y' ti ud weekly papers, magazines S. L. R. R. Co.; Salt take C ty, Utah. ;:.:-:,rof" American ' Pra-tMadsen, are at 25. Ore.. Fork, Corvallis, run but. nn iii-KtHirrmnt onit " "The price July tho a'ay ::" o publicaiions of ai loua - kinds, so . -' :. ?eui8 to JlenchJtuAouple-of- - weeks' vlhit. ,f-H- f good have constantly euncbed To dratnf yUNT5rLCASHESPELTS. 1t"ransafely be stated assessment'notIce: ArthVr Scynoeth; of Spanish Fork, - Notice is that iluririg the past, alx moutha 'the John Kelly, of American Fork, went this" season," said Dean A. B. Cord-le- this soil la-- to make it possible hereby given that, at a-' of the Oregon Agricultural col- resources which have. been useless In Provo this morning, fctth the iU' iinou of more than five millions of o Provo Wednesday, meeting of the board of directors of ill now;.. More than thtSi the- relation j pelts of three 'bears killed roadi.es has been directed in one way by him, in the Mineral Flat Extension Mining & : ' The' following persons of American Iforirta growers. are getting 3.75 a box of water to these lands can be sor another to what Is commonly rora canyon, and on which Milling company. held on the 25th day 4 ha bon know as the Rio Grande Rocky Moun Fork returned, this week from a for t heir pears now. Although there nltnilarpfl tlmt ihm an la i of July, 1911, an assessment (No. 3) of ; - be collected the bounty offered by the ' week's pleasure trip In Provo canyon: will not be over 50 or 60 per cent of fertile. tain territory. 11.00 per ,000 shares was levied on i'8tat8 lor. the destruction of the ani the REDEEMING WASTE AREAS. This, in 'substance,, has been the Mr. and Mrs. Alma Larson and fam the usual crop at. Hood River It is of outstanding capital stock of, the Itio Grande Company's six months' ily, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Makln Jr, such excellent type that I believe it "From the health standpoint swamp mals. Two.were of the brown bear corporation, payable immediately to ' s year Tor 'anus uuuramea are or more conse variety, one of whUa work ?n tntr matter of exploiting our Mr. snd Mrs. John A. Ovard and the will be a good F. E. Brown, secretary, room 1, Ex' ' welghedr when . there." ;.Ii8ses Myrta Wootton and Leona quence than negative factors."' They! sreat I a celsior block, Provo, Utah. Any stock tain Country. killed, in the neighborhood- - of 800 serve as spreading foci for disease-bon which this assessment may remain jn order, that this wo-!- t may b Clark and Vlda Lynch. START A UTO T R lP. not only unprofitable pounds, and the other - about 500 unpal(LjQnSaturdayrAugust-26191L-wiare that they -jUy effective, a' gplrit Dr. C. D.Snyder' "an33frs. Snyder, ll f .A big black bruin also fell ...0iAti'JcLjLtori!eylIaryeyrAuiL8JQd tuemsejyes,but.j:adiate a pall jof be delinquent and advertised for ,,i he evidenced of American Fork, are guests of Pro family leave today in their auto for a tlciency on those who live on near-b- y or the railroad and the clti-- : o victim to the hunter's" rifle, but was sale at public auction and unless payvo relatives and friends. t " . trip through Idaho. They expect to lands. line. living along the not put on the scales before being ment is made before will be sold on b gone two weeks and will go "as far areas "Waste of land ( this cu put under. will bear JOHNSON'S WOOD DYES, for the publicity' 8klnned.:Mr. Scynoeth says' that bears Wednesday, September 13,1911, at the ' as Boise, where Mr; Cluff hng some tivation make possible a .:t. hour of 10 o'clock a. m. to pay the greater food aA nlav.Mr.,1 - V - . artistic coloring of all woods soft or r legal busless to attend tor uu i uie most .earnest con- We will probably be asked questions hard. BEEBE LUMBER CO. suppij ' delinquent assessment; together with 'C. ; U when the tontionn of the medical world is that! r. girding the resource of that, or g?? vhUDfg the cost' of advertising and expense Jelta for the as fur , iiu-DR. SORENSEN RETURNS. thM ' m w vnoo ..m.k n U1VU jM9 U Of sale. ''his section, the desirability of this or AT THE REX AND ELLEN.; F. E BROWN. j well as for the meat and .In-- , C. A. ,theJ5ounty. Soreosen influenced ha returned the of ;by high price retlly !':at town bs'i place residence.: and Programs at both - these 'pleasing : Secretary,,. value of .this, or that locality as theaters are up to the usual standard from Washington, D.. C, where he food or a scarcity of it. A number DEFINE HEALTH DISTRICTS. 1 and 2, Ex'celstof Office, rooms has beenTor a number of years study of years ago an Englishman flatted manufacturing or business center. of excellence. This change' presents The Utah county board of health block,' Provo, Utah.' He has not decided & cm ve, showing the: rahge in the ing medicine. ' 1 thes8 and many more quesilons two educational pictures First pub. July 23. of great In whether he wilj locate in Provo or In price of wheat and added to it a curve met this morning and organized the i y.ke character will be propounded terest "Winter Sports at Lucerne," an adjoining .city... z :z.z -- Kr More Than Wild Beasts. tfor consumption, Tt,e. two curves ran county Into three districts, divided as orncent.-emplcy- cs tsdresidpnta'cf and "The' Athletic Carnival." There la cesrj-paratlThe number of people, killed yearly He wno follows: From. Pleasant Grove north TTTTTtcrTsroEETiwa country' by some plenty of good fuggestlvdy and some comedy, too, ' wild the by ', i'. a iaiII:on3 of readers, and It fcs- lowincreases food beasts don't approach the or Quantity..of fine western pictures. . .to' the cnnntr Utia? tmm 9nrlninmo crs Its a !s vast r.'l of r.3 to whom thess ques- -' conserver price of great number, killed by disease terms. , lW A - J,uu - M j There Is a treat fa store for every ; u A, vn line, nto me rrovo dis No hVaUh 'and life ' V for F.Muh . . . life is safe.from their attacks. le list to proaiptly and one Thursday and Friday nights, They trlct. The first defined district is in are m FOLEY-KIDNE- Y ."::" '"I. PILLS f i'i;ly,.as rar air, water, dust, even food. But possible, when a. "Sane Fourth of July" will All summer goods, at . cut prices. kharge of Dr.'U, tX They woik directly on the KIDNEYS, Holbrook, gt Le grand protection is .afforded by Elec- be run. Also, on Saturday, will' be de:5jrtii. Wood-cii- f ton . Mercantile.. Ca ELADDEa.an4..UniNARyjPASACXS two-bithe A. Dr. G . " Stoddar d,"df trio Bitters, which destroy' and expel shown. hl; second, :'a.??!.J?'ft:arl:k.Mitel.work, features, vSem!ra mis,1 "". ,;;-..mnd their benefic5.il efTact Is felt from the in r, wakened la the late a magnificent, gorgeous these deadly, disease germs from the Spanish Fork; the Provo district will production of start For KIDNEY and EXCURSION TO CANAXJA. 'a tMuritryand nniuest'onably the times of BACKACHE, system. That's why chills, fever and Babylonian greatness, and be under the watchful eye of Dr. G. M ' Auguct t, BLADDER TROUBLE, RHEUMATISM .imi iunr. be induced get-- - the "Railroad Haiders or X21"tele ": Via Oregon Short Line; very low rates uark, and will Include the bench, ague.ail. malarial and many blood of INthe CONGESTION; KIDL'EYS, diseases true incident cf the Aroericnn Civil yield promptly to this wonderful ! FLAMMATION of n "f"e U ELADrR and 3. L. JLJX Co., Salt Lake City Tjtab, Lakevlew, Vineyard and the canyon blood purifier. ; Try war. strength; co-othem, and ". ... .. t3 LeUibrigs, C&r&ton, MairatS,: towns. I '.::;3 '..:.M. It makes "no Cu'i'cronce when you nnoyir.gURINARY IRREGULARITIES enjoy the glorious health and new RayffiOEd, t!r!lEg -- tnl ether eclats. they escrcise a petrr.anpsit tsneflt, 1 ' vo ; all v!.:!t cither tho Kcx or Ellen,' o;i'irp! TCNSO strength, they'll give you. Money back, IH ACT1CM - CUICX IH HtSUtTS umis. 1ST further Cetafls. ung THE "ONE BEST EUVDunvn if not satisfied. ; Only 50c at Ila- rure f & For a!a ty 'A Drvj Cx L: M.ijr.cf, uea. rasa. Agt, O. HERALD WANT AD. qui-s- t .L. Dru; Co, 1,hH!ihlets, - ,fu, ' L or-;1- "? --v ... . fin-nt- It -- r y?. o i y, " -' un-'w- - .h -- fruit-grower- . ioi-mo- ? "orr-the-part-O- :'': ' I ... " ' " . J M- .... - r- er. READ for PROFIT ' - - f a' -- g :': '! : p- "O-.i.- m f , - :r dly5 -i !