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t' ' ' THE HERALD, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1922. WANTED A 7 or Harley-Davlao- n Indian motorcycle. 1st N. Phone 512-J- . urn Call 3)6 N J 26 ran in Lady' brown coat, between Salt Lake and Provo. Reward. Notify Herald office. LOST FOR SALE Motorcycle. Snow, 385 S. 7th E. R. J D. 29 JERRYDUr HI F ,1 MID VALE, June 22. Beckstead. the iron man of the Utah Central league, had the Heberites under bun-flrie- 1 RALLIES Hlflll ..... IK 0 Salt Lake A maw Mln amnllHsr T) 3$ s 35 iui Portland connected to a pair of head tele-?1- ? Seattle ' , phones to receive, increase and dis- Sacramento tribute sounds they receive. 36 3 44 44 47 PAYSOri 306-W- , 1 MILL PROVO IDS Hvarctft i't LEADERS LEIII AL1E Fresh Jersey milk, de- - control all the time ' Argentina is planning to build an Yesterday's Games yesterday, and mnrnln? snH vn(nff oil pipe lino 850 miles in length, of Salt At Lake Loe An vol. 3 12 won a to 18 . run bale bis game by easily per phone brick, twice the present capacity of the Salt Lake 12. With Managing Director Boren PLEASANT GROVE, June 22. LEHL June 22. Lehl won from score. Bateman did his share to thousand. Penrod A Nelson Co.) serve. wells it will At Los Angeles Portland I v! ATTENTIONI M.S9-t- f HOUSEWIVES, '. Phone ward winning the game by scoring ; and Manager Resigned Webb on American Fork baseball team won Spanish Fork here yesterday in the ml. team from here the 1200 choice spring frya for sale, Payson league , easan has An inventor patented borne run, a triple and a single the bench and sidelines yesterday Sacramento a a At bee in that last San slugging inning Francis, yesterday in a game transferred FOR SALE Airedale pups. 43 N. !25o each, delivered daily. Order in five times st bat afternoon the Timps lout to the from swept Miller off his feet The fea ily attached shield to protect the Sacramento 0. American Fork. now for July 4th dinner. Tbey a handle coffee of wooden 2nd E. pot D. was J 23 won't At Oakland Smuih's ture of the Seattle 5 , OsW game Th official records of the last long. Victor M. Lefty Murdock was sent to the Springers. At no of the game was the will call it a baseball league catch in the from tbe flame of a gas range. game. sensational Phone showers at the end of the sixth rexult instage poultry dealer. AnBIG AUCTION 8ALE Three autoof Los The doubt. The only matter Bleacherites called it a farce. It sixth. Both Wilson and Miller police department . 366 N. 2nd E. after the Smelter men had pounded for speculation among the fans wax mobiles, garage supp'les, tires, hall in the early geles, Calit, has acquired an aira and a massacre. pitched NAtiOtfAL procession to the him hits win for was when would the duel managerenough oi the park plugs, tubes, battery equipThe American Fork sluggers be- Innings, with Wilson1 weakening plane to overtake violators won UstlJ game. ment and accessories, Saturday FOR SALE Or will lease, taws..decide to tomoblle Mister speee in two runs ship Kinney Spanish jerk first, allowing lot modern, located 114 New York. ..... 37 21 the heavy slugger for and. give Jim Sore use n a chance to gan pasting the ball all over the Fraughton, in- r! June 24, at 155 X. Univ. Ave. J 23 N. brick bouse, seventh sixth and the of each in tbe first Inning and didn't stop 4th W. Inquire at above ad- the valley team, scored two runs twirL 33 St Louts , , 26 Barrett nings. until their last dress. 32 ... and made two hits on three times 29 Brooklyn ,. LOST Ton are taxing money Once in his career every pitcher got two doubles andinning. was counted for the The game c triple; Snow ... 28 27 Pittsburgh up. has a day when he Is absolutely landed for a you trade with the Wasatch FOR 8ALE in tbe last half of the r a Spaniards and oak Large The score: ... 28 29 HChicag . ; Produce. tf china closet. Phone golden worthless to his team; when he three; Holmstead got two doubles, ninth when Lehl came up for the . 3 MIDVALE. Cincinnati . 32 locate the plate with a mag' with one each for Durrant and last trial. Then things began hapcan't ...,29 AR R. H. O. .A. nifylng glass, and when be is better ... 24 31 Boston .... to Pitcher Miller, which, stole Laursen. two Birk pening NOTICE. LO$T Check for tl.50. Reward. 6 1 3 1 0 on the Bateman .... 19 Philadelphia bench than on the mound something absolutely new inbases, the with some Spanish errors, put the Return to Herald office. tf Sealed bids covering the costs of Wallbeck 5 2 2 0 1 Such a was Wednesday for annals of the league. LebL on ice day for game 3 2 1 9 1 Yesterday's Games. WESTERN BUILDING AND LOAN the following printed forms, letter Howard Kinney. The score and summary: and Perry tried pitching 2 Boston Cincinnati-Bos- : At With one of the biggest crowds forCramp LEHL makes easy Installment loans. No beads, stationery, printing of legal Stauffer Payson, and both did equally .. Schmlett rsln. game postponed; season of the in the and stand turn. Provo See O.JL for AB.R.H and of your waiting bad. notices, delinquent printing . At;-- New York St Loulst ) with tbe president and secretary of 2 . 0 0 1 2 Consolidated Real Estate. tf tax notices, being the estimated re Steadman ... Doc Homer drew fouif safe hits, Colledge, 2b . Peierxon York same postponed; wet grot. the league on the field the Timps and so did Snow. 4 1 Barnes, if ... At' Brooklyn Pittsburgh i1 1 FOR SALE Or will lease to right quirements of the various county Rasmassen 2 put up the poorest exhibition 'of in H. Atwood, cf American heat Fork Payson Brooklyn IS. f baseball seen in this neck of the errors, 3 modern home officers for the year July 1, 1922, to Beckstead 0 3b Webb. party, new to two six for the .i. ' At Pnfiaielphla getting On the woods for - many moons. Chicago j 12 1 with basement 157 8. 7th W. July 1, 1923. will be received by leaders. Thrasher, lb 27 12 9 25 10 form Totals' .. 3. (called end exhibited yesterday the league 2 Pnnaeiphia they A. Atwood. c . The details: the county auditor of Utah county, HEBER. g couldn't win from the inning; rala.) ' FOR SALE Dodge 0 L. Smuint ss . touring car Utah, at bis office not later than AMERICAN FORK. AB.R.H.O..A. TimpsMidgets. v4a Oentelva fa ma 9000 miles, 1450 cash. Call June 1 a AB.R.H.O..A. 30, 1923. Diuuui. 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Montgomery Earl Duke, 226 E. 4th 8. Phone 2 Kinney, as has been said, wax Barratt c .... 0 j Wilson, p ... The county commissioners will Giles 2 1 Won. Lost new high rec- Birk. 711-He set form. a off f 0 0 ss .. ...... reserve the rigbt to accept or re Nelson lb 'Jackson, 1 SC. LOttft 38 25 ord in passing me, nipping 11 to Holmstead. 2b 4 Will consider two good 10 ject any and all bids at their first Fraughton' . 37 Nw"Yort-.;..;.- w 27 first base for no other reason than Durrant, cf ... 34 6 10 27 14 FOR RENT S furnished rooms. regular meeting in the month of Totals 7 29' 1. 83 Detroit he couldn't find the plate although Snow, 3b Stanley ..... 1S5 N. Srd W. Phone SOU. cows or touring car! In- SPANISH FORK. Johr. 1922. 0 8weet ...... 30 31 Cleveilii' the Mitchell off kept dusting JL Ump, AB.R.H.0 If .... Laursen, These bids must he Itemised as C, Murdock 1 difcat-S33 piate every two minutes. L. Bowen, 3b. ..... . 5 1 2 1 1 h quire of the Binch, ss . .... FOR - SALE Immediately, house-bol-d to the cost of all items. The coun A, Murdock . 0 30 S3 man first 1- - 0 the up 5- - 3 2 Washington Kinney 5 passed 0 ...... rf or reserves to Increase Homer, the right Anderson, s". 0 furniture, In good condition. ty Bonner on them and ........ .33 m . 2 panting 3 right 2 kept Philadelphia 8 e Bowe n, 3 C decrease the amounts of each Item Nelson .54 1 2 Shelley, p 0 Ml S. Srd W. 24 35 his share of the game: Bennett, through 1 0 L. Thomas, 2b lb ... IE advertised as the requirements of ' In ' the first; an hit Davis safely 7 4 0 ..... lb Miller, p MONEY TO LOAN on farms, 8 per the coupty may demand. Copies of 14 Elmer, 21 10 3 .34 Totals error and three bases on balls re . 2- - 0 3 Ys4fay G.mM.' Hayes, cf oeot interest Phone MS. J12tf all form I may be obtained, on ap Score by innings sulted in the first Springvllle At Chicago Wash lngton 4, 4 0 0 17 24 27 14 Miller, p Totals ........48 a vw plication, from the county auditor. Heber 020 001 score. caco-S- . 1 4' 0 PAYSON. B. Bowen, If 010 205 22x 12 FOR SALE 'Large power spray Bids wili cover the following Mldvale Dunn whs on the Job. Jerry 9, Detroit At Detrolt-Bost- on Jerry 4 0 2 H. R. AB. O.JL rf Items: Thomas, pomp, perfect working condiNew York 7, Ck Summary: Errors Bateman. Pet has signed his contract with the Belknap, lb At Cleveland 0 6 8 Utah 6000 claim blanks, county 1 1 nciauu. Seattle Coast league, and showed tion; also disc plow at half cost. erson, Scnmieu, uues, Two-basj 1 4 37 6 9 24 8 Totals 6000 Utah county letterheads. McBeth, c . Home run Bateman. Thomas. 673 N. 6th W. Phone can make be . that good At yesterday nish 3 "St. LoursPhlladelphls t, 6 Innings-Spa.. FarreL Score rf 30 reams of legal size Oriel linen hits A. Murdock, Giles, steaaman, by 3 S10-a a Coaster if any Central league Strong;' cf . Louis 0. 6 000 002 004 Fork" bond paper. f howThree-baalts Peterson. can. All Jerry did was to 100 000 0135 6 If , Lehi 10 reams of yellow traffic second - pitcher HEMSTITCHING and picot edge srd, Bateman. Double play staui- fsn 12 Timps, allow three hits, one Wlgnall, ss If'there isn't any money to 4 Errors I. Smuin 2, sheets. Kitchen, Summary: to work will give a smart finish to Peterson, sioien a scratch, hit safely once and fer to Schmlett 213 West Center. 5 3b D. Smuin, Anderson, C. Bowen, u ine Donus, now uu wey expect letterheads 6000 Douglas, (Agricultural Peterbases Stauffer 2, Wallbeck, score once. Jerry Is some pitcher: your Fourth of July dress. Bring and Home Two-bas- e the tariff? for C. 5 2b pay hits Elmer. Kapple, Thomas, Economics). Off ta yoar work early. We guarantee son, 'Schmlett, Bonner. Hits The score should have been Phone 730.' 0 Michigan mayor says girls of Bowen, H. Atwood - 2, Jackson. 41.000 tax and valuation notices A. Murdock 7, oft C. Murdock 2, off fCrump, p .. 20 for the Springers. satisfaction. We also make button The about 4 wear knickers so knicker desk. ... Stolen bases L. Bowen, C. Bowen, Beckstead 10. Bases on balls Off Steel boles. Prices reasonable. Phone in triplicate form. (Quality 1922.) lads loafed on the bases. Perry, p are happy. One tax sale record, 150, folio. Beckstead 1, off A. (Murdock 4, off Fifteencityof them were left on the Hayes. Hits Off Wilson 8, oft 299 for Instructions bow to prepare 42 9 14 24 8 Totals neck-stea- d 1922.) folio; quality per (Price 1. out Machine Struck By Murdock work. C re the Singer Sewing bags, but as Prexy Mendenhall Score by innings, One certified tax sale record, 150 9, by C. Murdock 0, by A. marked: "What's the use of makCompany, 97 N. University Ave. 9 000 220 B12 folio. Payson (Price per folio; quality Murdock 4. Passed balls Stanley more scores when we've got American....(. 362 102 12x 17 Fork... - ing WHY WEAR GLASSES IMPROPERLY FIT, NOT RIGHTLY ADJUSTED 1922.) NetPeterson i. hits H. M. AVERS WELDING CO, Oxy Sacrifice enough to win this game?" rm I ( McBeth. Errors l to assessment index" 10 0,A.. books Summary: son scnmieu. acmice uy acetylene weMing and cutting. Kinney should have been yanked Kitchen 2. Douglas 2. Kappel, Birk, I specialize in giving perfect fit lenses and glasses adjusted for perWe weld anything made of metal. rolls. (Quality 1922.) fer. Hit with pitched ban tu In tbe first when it became appar- Binch. Two-basbits Barratt 2, in 2000 tax sales (Qual duplicate. fect anaranteed. First class strv waiiDecK siauner, .wiwu, ent that be had lost the plate's loWort sight and symmetry to individual Wearing my glasses assures you mussen, Laursen, Wild pitches A. Mur cation. He should have been pull- Holmstead 2, Durrant, ice.- 43 N. 4th W Provo. Phone ity 1923.) Schmlei. of stopping those headaches, eyestrain, dizixness and diplopia.'- - Absolute hits 2CO0 sets of tax sale redemptions. Snow, Homer. Three-bas- tf 6SS-doch 3. Time of game z nours. ed in that awful fifth when he Ra ri-- tt Don results hie Kitchen. Rnnv guaranteed. Wain-wrlg(Quality 1922.) Umpire Attendance 200. passed three and was hit safely ' plays kitchen to Kapple to Belk- Printing levy on back of 1923 tax AND P1COTING HEMSTITCHING Left on bases Heber 8, three times. But he wasn't. DR. G. H. HEINDSELMAN WITH . ..w oiuivu iawo ash at 230 W. Center. Work done notices, 40,000, in duplicate bound Midvale 6. the seventh, after being hit twice uny. Off SheUey 11, off Miller 3, oft books. 1922.) (Quality F. A. Mrs. Ritchie. more and passing his twelfth, right 9, off Perry 16. Bases on 2000 letterheads. (Fruit tree and LOST Piano tuning set of tools, Messrs. Boren and Webb con- Crump 3, off Perry 1. beballs Off brown in inspector.) crop pest grip, Wednesday, MARRY IF LONELY For results, cluded to put young "Jum" Soren- - Struck out Shelley 300 poison posters (11x14). By Shelley 3, by Miller tween First National bank in Span- sen into action. demon Sorensen try me: best and most success 1000 fumigation tags (3x6). ish Fork and a mile south on Salem strated that he is a real pitcher. 1, by Perry 2. Passed balls ful "Home Maker; hundreds rich Sacrifice flies Durrant, Ba1000 summons. road. Reward tf returned to Mr. The youngster was stationed on wish marriage soon; strictly confi rratt Attendance 2500. Umpire-Peter- son. 200 judgment roll certificates. Co., Mayhew, filled. dential; most reliable; years exper In the mound with the bags 2000 probate notices. Provo, Utah. ience; descriptions free. "The Suc the two final innings not a Springer 2000 office cards for Utah coun cessful Club," Mrs. Nash, Box 556, hit and two fanned. new assessor. a on be done can ty Writing four Oakland, Cal. The Timps contributed 500 certificates of assessment wax coated memorandum pad with errors, even such a good player as 2000 letterheads. a even or sheriffs bard finger Wilson pulling one fumble. Raile's DANIELS AUTO WHEEL AND any object 1000 personal description blanks. nail if a lead pencil is not at hand. BODY SHOP All kinds of wheel error in the fatal fifth started blanks. 500 asto description and body rebuilding and repairing. scoring for the Springers. But 500 and under sheriff's certificates The New Jersey Automobile Truck and bug bodies. Satisfaction and no hitting could no foreclosure. Motor club of Newark, recently savefielding guaranteed. 67 N. 1st W.. Provo a when 12 men are game on execu celebrated Its 20th anniversary. It 1000 sheriffs return passed. tion. is the oldest motoring organization This is the fearful score and in the state. Printing of all legal notices. WANTED Clothes to press. City summary: tax lists, Printing delinquent 337 W. Center. Phone SPRINGVTLLE. Tailoring, Three hundred and fifty thou850. J 21 price per description. AB. R. H. O. .A. 500 sheriff's return on foreclos sand miles of improved highways, 3 1 2 4 1 ss Taylor, ure. In NO HUMAN BEING ever lost one extending through every state 3 1 1 1 2 2b Memory, L. C. WRIGHT, the union, is the mark set for the Davis, c (Signed) cent of principal or interest on 6 1 2 13 2 Auditor. Utah County. summer of 1922. 6 1 2 1 0 any real estate loan that I have cf Fleiger, made in the last 30 years. These Campbell, lb ...... 4 1 1 5 0 3 1 1 1 0 mortgages draw 8 per cent interest Fredricksea. If set to you. Large and small mort 5 1 0 1 0 Groesbeck. rf 4 1 0 1 1 McKee, 3b gages for sale all the time. W. H. '. 4 2 Dunn, p Ray. FOR SALE m III LEAGUE PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Mfller 10. Bases on balls Off WilH son 1, off Miller 1-.- Struck out By Vernon .. 21 47 Wilson 1, by Miller 7. Sacrifice San Francisco 31 43 37 hits L. Smuin, Umpire Barrett Los Angeles . , Fiu-Igeral- one-hand- 624-W- high-grad- ' K i ' : e un-le- OlilsoiolJilo two-bagge- 509-W- i 'i: : . ... i TrucK : 3 v 'I t For Safe or Trader , Fat-tlln- ' r. 3 I .'I', - .......... ......... J-l- tf , U: ! jilt i ' O r 11 e e i . ' y J ! h ... t. our e e J. 9 3 , Mc-Bet- h. ll si T- as Human? mtellig ence Can evise safe As tf Preferred Stock 7 110 0 with famous Hamilton Beach electric carpet washer. Removes grease spots, stains, etc.; restores faded colors Cleaned on your floor or taken Satisfaction away. guaranteed; prices reasonable. Phone 442-110 bitl, between Hansen's Catering Co. and public library. Party needs money badly. Reward Return to 881 E. Center. LOST 2 FOR SALE Lloyd Princess baby In huggy, white. Phone 715-J- . quire 109 S. 6th E. Ford sedan, all esuipped, good tdon. 572 N. 1st E. FOR SALE 1920, model Condi Furnished house for rummer months, by small fam Write ily; no little children. tf Herald office. Box 150. WANTED WANTED Wstkin8. Dressmaking. 359 N. 6th W. FOR Amy E. d Wrist watch. Swiss, In southwest part of city. Reward if returned to Aretta Durrant, 101 LOST N. Univ. Ave. SALE First ward pasture . ticket Phone FOR 306-W- FOR RENT New modern bunga low, 4 rooms and full basement or 162. Phone 619-RENT-Thr- i ee -- .v. shed for ladies or gentlemen. Center. rooms 272 E Know Your Telephone Man HTHE telephone people in this town art A jealous, of the reputation of their service. You cannot do them a better turn than to report an irregularity in the telephon service. Give therrt prompt and intelligent information about the slightest discottr tesy, the smallest fault in equipment or tha least aggravating delay, and they will thank you. They have no higher material ambition than to move upward in the ranks of tefe phone employes, and they- - know that at they give better service the road to promotion grows easier. 1 It pays any business man to gat better bin acquainted with the people who h do business. The telephone man in t&3 town is worth knowing better. Tall bla your telephone troubles, if you ercr hats any, and watch him get busy to CttTtCt them. And hell thank you, bargain, used ;;.tes Stores Co. FOR RENT Nice, cool, newly fur nished apartment; partly modern. 180 E. 6th a FOR SALE Hay. ten sen. rnone 8 Raile, 2b Cooper, rf Todge, If Bailey, c Kinney, p Sorenen, p 4 0 4 1 3 4 3 13 3 1 2 3 3 3 0 0 1 0 A Choice Investment - No? a Speculation -- 8 Now offered to the public on a remankabh 1 29 1 3 27 10 Totals Score by innings 101 041 2009 SpHngriUe 000 100 0001 Provo Wilson. Summary: Errors Page,Two-base Raile. Dodge. Fleiger. bit Fleiger, Kinney: Struck out By Kinney 5, by Sorensen 2, by Dunn 12. Bases on balls Off Kinney 11, off Sorensen 2, off Dunn 2. Base hits Off Kinney 9. off Sorensen 1, off Dunn 3. Stolen base Frederickson, McKee, Page, SchaU, Cooper, Taylor, Davis Fleiger, Campbell 2. Left on bases Spring- v'lle 15 Provo 3. First base on Tors Springvllle 2. Provo 1. Umpires Mitchell and Heir. Time of game 1 hour 55 minutes. CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE. Won. Lost Pet 8 2 4 7 MidvaTe 7 Heber Spanish Fork Lent Provo Payson 6 5 3 4 4 6 1 5 6 8 10 Easy partial payment plait $100 Shares for $96 and Dividend Dividends every three .M 17, Payson & Light Co., Kearns Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. Please send me booklet, "The Story of an Opportunity at Home," containing (1) More Information about your preferred stock. (2) Details of Easy Payment Plan, (3) How to Judge an Investment 3. 4. In the modern roads constructed in the United States, there are 63 aypes of pavement represented. pt (Without Obligation.) Utah Power 9. Ibi months--sure-regukr-prom- Send in this coupon it will bring you an illustrated booklet and tell you how to buy this stock for $10 a month. Wednesday's Games. At Midvale Midvale 12. Heber Lehl 5, Spanish Fork At A MONTH DOWN AND At Provo Springvllle 9, Provo 1. Grove American At Pleasant Fork - A .636 .636 .600 .555 .455 .273 .090 T2& Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. The total mileage or automobiles Pennsylvania last year was approximately 4.500,-on the; highways of 000.000. J-'- 2 John E. Utah Pover & Light Company Name Address. bard-surface- d J 26 TO? SALE At elfcJtric range. lb American Fork Springville Buick 4 touring car, almost new. Call 361 S. 1st E.. 6 p. m. 9 10 27 AB.R.H.O. JL Page. Sb iSchatz, ss Hillman, cf Wilson, FOR SALE after 38 PROVO. J 21 SALE Gates super-treatires; low prices. Clay son Auto Tire Co. FOR Totals CLEANED RUG8 of the popuMore than lation of the United States ride in one-thir- individually owned automobiles. 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