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|Paper||Provo Daily Herald|
L THE HERAHF,fUiSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1922. NEBO SCHOOLS Special Tire Sale CAlliDwTmi 2 , SPANISH FORK. Aug. at 29. - J11 TO HE SA)D HE WOULD CALL AGAIN IN TWENTY MINUTES AT Ki OOR HOUSE- Hire Spanish Pork yesterday and continued to day, and the schools will open Wed nesday. The high schools of the district were opened today for enter enrollment. The schools are commencing for an inearly this year to allow dustrial vacation at- ing time, also to permit of an early BUT HOW MRS. DOFF fJ Teachers' institute for the Nebo school (district was held By ALImAN! DOINGS OF THE DUFFS. JK&. WR. tiFF JUST AMD WANTS To TALK Slashing reductions on FDric Tires. All tires crry standard gurantee. K LIMITED OPEN f 11 THANK YOU, YOUHGMAN- - nil rWuu"W '''rimtM. - il FHEBfklfifJ KT&fS - Vl pfM MUCH 15 ,T TO VOOP HtfUSE , SONMV ? c II I Vt X Vi! V 1. Sv ni-nrnnr- aa IS IJ OH JU5T ABOUT III "' I -- u i 1 1 i rlnntflnH lSTIuidDranlrm S f A . I v Ft f7 . Hi "'"nuiAV 7m-m- 4. I For Infants and Children.- - Mothers Know Thsti Ganuine Castoria ' Always Bears tlie beet-harve- st ICO, closing, about May Janitors of the buildings have had ers busy most of weeks getting the All school houses for occupancy. Phone74 18. various school a corps of work the past two houses cleaned. are now ready Superior Gasoline Mar. - -- . ., A liJSmFi i ) -- T fixfik ' . ZZfirr:::it3'i XEx.: f,Aw f mi XrJif j THERE'S SPANISH FORK, Aug. 29. An auxiliary to the American Legion has been organized at Spanish Fork and the following officers elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. Hannah 11. Swenson, president; Mrs. Grace Jones, vice president; Mrs. Marie Hales Nelson, secretary; Mrs. Leath Miller, treasurer; Mrs. Beatrice Booth, sergeant-at-arms- ; Mrs. Lois Hughes, historian; 4 or remodeling your bid home with a colonnade or cases, mentel shelf or a kitchen cupboard, or any other kind of cabinets, or have your furniture repaired, WE LIVE.' V '- 1"3F3!5- . -- h j - yJ J I ''.'. yJ r.' '"" I Jr" n n i '' I SERVICE FIRST Signature of IMS rhff(.rf..lncssand8esLCofl'-i-S ii 1 HELLO. HELEH, SAV I'VE 'GOtI TO STAV ,N TOWN UNTILTEM o'clock 3oi won't be FORDER- - 7 out lc kl WE'LL, WE HAD DINNER ABOUT AN HOUR AGO - THE NEXT TIME VOO WANT TO SEND MEA MESSAGE ,5ENP A TELEGRAM ' HAD To WALK ABOUT A , I I Use I OSS OFMEE" For Oyer restrtjinfro "" Thirty Years; .T.mr.nMPAWt mwmmnmm. and Mrs. Grace Jones, Mrs. Beatrice M Booth, Mrs. Sylvia McKell; welfare and hospital, Jlin. Ann Thomas; legislative, Mrs. Haze! Hughes reconstruction, Miss Ethel Hales PROBATE AND GUARDIAN. memorial, Mrs. Blanche Gardner 'SHIP NOTICES Leath Mrs. Americaanization, Consult county clurk or Miller; finance, Mrs. Ida Strang Mrs. Lois Hughes; signers for further membership, membership, Mrs. Elizabeth Stromberg. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. The auxiliary will, hold meetings every Thursday evening at tne Syndicate Mining and Milling Com-Fraternal hall. pany. Principal Place of Business, Provo, Utah. Czechoslovakia Leather for is hereby given that at a Notice While no leather may be imported into Czechoslovakia without licence meeting of the board of directors of yet, upon application, licences are the Syndicate Mining and Milling being granted for the following company,held on the 29th day ol classes: Glazed kid, boz calf, patent July, 1922, an asseRauicnt (No. 13) leather, all colored leathers, belting, of $2.00 per thousand shares was.j saddle leather and chamois leather. levied upon the outstanding capital Importers who buy equal quantities stock of the corporation, payable" of domestic products are .granted immediately to J. Edwin Stein, sec licences for the importation of retary, Provo, Utah; Any stock xn sheep skins, harness leather, and ox which this assessment may remain hide for upholstery purposes. unpaid on Friday, September 1, 1922, will be delinquent and adver MIGRATION OF COOLIES tised for sale at public auction; and The seasonal migration of Chin unless payment is made before ese coolies to Manchuria from Shan will be sold at the office of Wells tung to the northern provinces; of L. Brimhall, 19 North University China is estimated that over 5,000,- - avenue, Provo, Utah, at 5 p. m., 000 per year. Of this number 400,- Thursday, September 21, to pay the 000 find employment as agricultural delinquent assessment, together laborers and the rest in mines lac with cost of advertising and ex works. Jn pense of sale. tones and construction J. EDWIN STEIN, September and October they return ' to their native provinces for the Secretary. winter months rather than endure Provo, Utah. the extremely low temperatures, of (First publication Aug. 1. 1922; last publication Aug. 31, 1922.) Manchurlan winter. 554-- J. sim latiOfiineiuoB Ira Strang, chaplain. Creer; constitution See S. W. Peterson - w; iii The following permanent committees have been appointed: Executive, Mrs. Sylvia Swensen, Mrs.: Hortense Bowen, Miss Annie Nielsen; flag, Mrs. Elinor Nielsen book Phone "- - If You Are Building a Home mmm.. B ZZ Superior Motor Co. First North. iffiffimfei I fiSEgilJi 28c Per Gallon 443 West J Sir J Exact Copy of Wrapper PVPRPTT T1?I1P . TMt Vl-Vllll- li wmt, CCNTAUIt mwiwM wvL . t By CONDO I ! SERVICE LAST SERVICE ALL THE TIME REGULAR GAS HI-TES- GAS T OILS, TIRES AND TUBES Drive in and Be Served. NO CURB NO GUTTER NO WAITING xzg. . .r.o KS PROTECT TRADE MARKS Attention is called to the advis ability .of registering American trade marks which are used in con nection with goods to be exhibited at the Brazilian Centennial Expos! Since ownership of a trade tion. mark in Brazil to vested in the first registrant, It is strongly urged that exniDiwrs ' iaae uie nrosDectlve necessary steps to secure registration and thereby prevent unauthori zed applisatlon for obtaining title to their marks. . THESE HOT DAYS ilai do not worry our customers. Instead of walking uptown and suffering with the heat, they step to the telephone and call 46 and tell us what they want We send it to them. You can depend on the quality of the meat and groceries we sell. MUST MARK COTTON Owine to the numerous cases of false marking of cotton gooas into Egypt,, the Egyptian Government has passed a law, ef fective in June 1923, that cotton goods must be folded in uniform lonrthn of one-- sard or one meter or regular fraction thereof and the exact, measurement of eacn piece nlalnlv marked on the outside. Goods not conforming with the new aula will be subject to ' ' ' tion.""" Sutherland Bros. Meat & Grocery Co. 282 Phone 46. West Center. 3 I'hone aH at Every foreign tourist putting up for 24 hours In Munich, Germany, is taxed 750 marks. A week's stay sioners. oast 1.250 marks and the tax for Dated August month is zuuu marcs. that TiOfwG Y0U'K5T y; i A TROe" V! OH, ro I See ; (vtscc, 92 93 Done Right : WE SPEClALIZE;ON-t':- : LADIES FINE GARMENTS r ' , t: 8 DIC WOKK tiUAKAWTElSU 0lu,a? SANITARY CLEANING AND DYEING COMPANY- e Provo, Utah. .'. , ' ! Walter.... 85,360 Walter.... 6,240 T. Walter.... 6,240 T. T. L. 14 Emily D. Paxman 5,200 136 Emily D. Paxman 3,600 15 3. H. Masters.... 8,320 2 Edward .Wilkins .37,440 31 Charles D. Llv 131 Fof That Better ServU Call Up 809 t;.v - h. U SOR THE OLD HOME TOWN Ilk Hill Dairy Cherry By STANLEY MAKES CHILDREN FEEL LIKE THIS. BEST FOOD PRODUCED. STILL SELLING AT 14 QUARTS FOR 34 157 ' ingstone ........23,920 - Charles D. Liv10,000 ingstone J. A. Burrow....lW40 Charlet D. Uf 4 '; t Inpstone ........ 5,000 47,4 Sweet cream for breakfast tomorrow from the milk you buy today that's our guarantee. v, ' . PHONE Beaotifu . U 5i 10.00 a It. t e . m w. - rVSHN. OTEY WALKER STUDIED THB SUSPtCIOul TWENTY MMUrn TOO ftUT PMJEP T& gCCWTlPYHW HI THE NOTEXMOUS BAMDIT J STRAHSBBi 64 Mrs. J. H. Russell 14.560 80 Mrs, J. H. Russell 4,000 76 Ben F. Rea .. 8,320 90 Ben F. Rea 12,000 95 Henry fiant 10,000 2,560 Henry Eaxt 97 Henry East . 2,000 98 Henry East 2000 99 Henry East 2,000r 100 Henry East 2,000 Henry rKast 103 Henry East 102 80.00 104 43.C8 1 r $1.00 780-R-- 3. 105 106 108 ai ..... .... , 200 .v.. 2,009 ..... 29.12 8.00 16.64 24.00 20.00 5.12 4.00 4.00 4 00 4.00 4.00 4.ti 4.00 2,000 Henry East 4.00 2,000 Henry East 10.00 Henry East ..... 6,000 Thomas lwtl"V.t9;0'T" 80.08 so nno ioooo i .,t j While 21.64 159 Christian Johnson 10,'82O 160 James Christen- 20.00 xen 10,000 10.00 163 T. J. Bunnell.... 5,000 101 Henry East 4.00 2.000 And in accordance with law and an order of the board of. directors made on the 6th day of July, 1922, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necewsary, will be sold at the office of the company, Room 1. Holhrook block, on the 11th day or September, 1922. at the hour of 2 p. m., to pay delinquent assessments together --with the cost advertisingwpenserbf ' or naW nr , ." Gladioli 10,000 all in Bloom - fkeyLast 50c per dozen Come : and see Them .... f-- t r ALBERT RASAfUSSEN. 350 S. 5th W2 " MWon i T - 70.72 12.48 12.48 10.40 7.00 16.64 74.88 I tjoh't ri?2crr . I? iiwMaP9BTB '' " - 15, 1922. - din uWhere the Flowers Grow' and plants, we have closed our office in the Colum- bia theater and will be at the greenhouse, corner First South and Second West. , " j FRED" EVANS,- , Owing to the fact that 80 per cent of our orders come over the telephone, and wishing to give more personal attention to growing nice fresh flower " . ' Eieht-O- REMOVED TO GREENHOUSE kAs Bolivia M NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Office of City Recorder, Provo, Utah, August 15, 1922. will be received Sealed proposals at this office until 10 o'clock a. m. September 6, 1922, for the construction and installation of an auto matic sprinkling system, including manholes, pipes, valves and sprinklers, and for the maintenance the parked area for a period of ten years in Parking District No. 1, being on both sides of University avenue, between Second North street and the north limits of Provo City, according to plans on file in the office of the city engineer, at which time the board of commissioners will open and con sider all bids. Separate bids will be received for the construction of the sprin kling system and for the care and maintenance of the parked area. Instructions to bidders, together and with plans, specifications, forms of contract and bond may be obtained upon application to the city engineer and upon "deposit of five dollars ($5.00.) The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. By order of the board of commis City Recorder. t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. publication Aug. 15; last (First the In the District Court of publication Sept 5, 1922.) Fourth Judicial District, in and for more from U that protects ybii the County of Utah, state of tan. NOTICE OF SALE. of the estate or the summer's troubles than JoeIn the matter Damico, Deceased. Assessment, Argyle ice. Be sure that clear crys- Creditors- - wiu . present claims, For Delinquent Canyon OH shale Mining Comto. the wth undersigned vouchers, in block is tal always reposing a Corporation. Principal his residence at No. 127 North pany; Place of Business, Provo, Utah. the old ice box,- - safeguarding at University avenue, Provo, Utah, on There are delinquent upon the your health and comfort 1 or before the 25th day of October, following described stock, on ac count of an assessment levied on, . DAMICO. PROVO ICE AND COLD j Iof TOOT day of July, 1922, the sevof Joe the (thamounts the Estate Administrator set opposite the eral ' -S- TORAGE DemJco, Deceased.-- -names of the respective shareMorgan, Coleman ft Straw, holders, aa follows; , Phone 508. Attorneys for Administrator. Shares. Anvt Cert. No. Name 1922.) 22, Aug. publication (First 1 U T. Walter..... 60,000 $100.00 (Laat publication' Sept 12, 1922.) 10.24 L. T. Walter. . 6,120 THERE IS NOTHING UNDER THE SUN Provo Greenhouse 1 -- .if !