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VlCt) BScfs m - VOL. XXIV. MAMMOTH CITY. JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1919. NO. 28 AUTO MEN VISIT AIR FIELD Silver City Department Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Davis, Wednesday morning, a girl. Mrs. Oranter is the gnest of her daughter, Mrs. T. C. Davis. Sam Werrett and Saunders chased chickens in West Tintlc Friday. James Broadbent has returned to his work after a tew days indisposi- University of Utah Mechanics in Training Compare Land and Sky . Machines. The Primary officers met with the On Saturday, Augnst 16th, the clanFourth grade pupils Wednesday 'll Automobile Mechanics at the Un: on a quilt that afternoon and worked the children have pieced. The child- cersity cf Utah made a trip to th duena Vista Flying Field to study tliw ren from 10 to 12 years of age, who Tlie men wen )ig army aeroplanes. composed the pupils, served lunch. hown Lieutenan . Only every courtesy by . C. Nutt, who lias charge of the hi Barney, who left several weeks ago for Springville to .'loot. The details of the wondeifn take treatment for stomach trouble .ie hanism of the Liberty motor wer tion. and inflammatory rheumatism, from xanilned with great care and interes Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller returned which she has been suffering for y every man in the class. S ure the commencement of - their Tuesday morning from a visit at Go- three months, has fully recovered. men been these have last ourse, June, shen. ' Mrs. R. B. Ross returned to her ..rying into the vitals cf .limping au'.o Rulon Finch of. Goshen spent Satnobiles. They have been learning hov home at Midway Tuesday, after bediagnose motor car troubles ano urday and Sunday, with his brother coming acquainted with her. grand- 'iow to put tlie cars in running cowll-h.Finch. ' Eugene daughter, Nina Willes, the infant again. Most of tlie men show William H. Johnson and Joseph daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude ..uprising aptitude in the business and Finch have been drawn aB Jurors Willes, who was born on August 7th. cave the course prepared to enter tlie from Silver City. .eld as garage mechanics. Miss Hannah Johnson, who has Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bigler are According to Irof. Taylor, the course been spending the summer vacation n auto mechanics will be offered by spending several weeks at the Hot in .Wyoming, and who was the guest the University each quarter of the Pots near Midway. of Mrs. Reynolds for one day on her turning year. The work is also offered Mrs. J. 8. Baldwin will go to Gothe night school for students v. Ik way to her home in Delta, has re- 'n ' shen on Sunday to visit her parents, turned to camp to resume her duties li i It impossible to be in atlendan. ti Mr. and Mrs. B. Fowler. lurng the day time. in the school as teacher. a Few More bays of ig Electric Iron Sale Miss Andrea .... ? Our special electric iron offer ends with August and August ends in a few short days. Dont let them slip by and lose this money saving opportunity. ... Harry Wintch and family motored to Salem on Sunday, where they enjoyed a watermellon bust. Mrs. William Muteh and her five little ones of Midvale are the guests of her sister, Mrs! A. L. Daley. Mrs. Carl Bowers and her two children of Eureka were the guests of Mrs. Angus McLeod last Sunday. The Primary officers met Wednesday with Mrs. Harry Wintch.' After the regular meeting the enjoyed a watermelon feast. Mrs. William Werrett went to Goshen this morning and Miss Gwen Werrett will teturn from the same place this evening. Angus McLeod, who has been investigating the resources of McGill, Nevada, has returned to Silver satisfied to stay a while. , T. C. Davis returned from Salt Lake Tuesday morning. With anxiety depicted In every line of his face, he rushed to his home and gasped, What is it? Heaving a sigh of relief, as he sank into a chair .when the answer, came, Its a girl, horn yesterday. The Silver City school will open Tuesday morning with the following George Braith- corps of teachers: waite of Manti, principal; JUiss Hannah Johnson of Delta, Junior High; Maude Leatham of Wellsville, 6th and 6th grades; Miss Ellen Anderson, 3rd and 4th grades; Miss Emma Oberhansley, 1st and 2nd grades. Claude Osborn, formerly of Silvei, n who traveling in the east forthe past few weeks, has returned to Tintic and accepted a position with the Utah Power & Light Co. Arihur Goodman and family and has-bee- into the. cottage recenf.ly'vaeated byMrs. Goodman, will soon leave for he removal of Clarence Brannigan California, where they .will make to Go3hen. and family their temporary home with Mrs. Mrs. Roy Purcell returned Tues Fitzgeralds mother, Mrs. E. C. Conday from Salem, whs.re she has been roy at San Bern ardlno. visiting Mr. Purcells foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Goodman Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gardner.' of Provo spent two days of the week Mr. and Mrs. Simon Epperson visiting with Mr. Goodmans brother, motored to Provo Saturday and were William Mrs. Goodmans and fortunate enough to witness the dis- brother, Jesse Haws. In honor of of fireworks at Spanish Fork. the two visitors the two families s play Frank Bryner, who has been took the jitney on Wednesday evenvisiting relatives in Canada since ing for an excursion around the Eufast June, has returned to camp and reka Hill road. On their return is at the home olf his brother, W. E. they stopped in the wild cherry grove between the Tintic Central ( Mclntire. and Iron Blossom No. 1, where they Monreturned Mrs. B. F. Boyer roasted wenies and enjoyed other beer, has she where Salem', from day articles of food from their delictable visiting her mother and Introducing baskets. lunch They returned in the new baby, boy to his grandin to the movies later in take time mother. the evening. Miss Margaret Gunter, daughter of celebrated her Attorney Walker T. Gunter of Salt Miss Irma Epperson a hunt at chicken by the birthday Lake, is spending ten days with she with Mosida which Renjoyed Mrs. Mr. and . daughters of Vivan Birch on Tuesday. As was expected the young man brought hack Mrs. William Richey and Mrs. Lee no chickens but the one that he took Larson heve returned to their homo with him.After their return Miss Epin Sugar City, Idaho, after a few person was persuaded to , go .for a days visit with their Blister, Mrs.W. stroll with Miss Della Wright. On. E. Dixon. their way home the girls stopped at ls Is seen no the home of Mrs. A. A., Ross, a sisThe more on the streets of Silver and the ter of Miss Epperson. As they entergenial hustler, Bert Sutherland, has ed the darkened house it was sudaccepted a position wjth the Silver denly illuminated and- a large party City Merc. Co. of merry young people called out the Mrs. Agnes Fitzgerald haB sold "surprise f thus frightening of out next, year's young lady,, her home no gqcupieti by Angus disMcLeod and , family to, Fred Hick- growth. The flashing lights of blue and man, who will take possession as played the decorations white crepe ribbon, the table spread soon as it is vacated. with candy and. punchy, Abe buffet Mrs. D. McElroy anf son, who decorated with the same colors and have ben the guests of Mrs. Joseph covered with stick candy arranged Wightman for the past tihree weeks, In fence rail style. The young folks returned .Wednesday morning to proceeded to enjoy the games and their home in Salt Lake City. . J music, helping themselves liberally Rudolph Lange, who has been to the punch and candy until a lap pursuing his musical studies in Salt supper of cantaloupe sundies and Lake has returned to Silver to re- cake was served. At the close of the plenish his purse, after which he evening a number of the young peowill continue his studies In the cif.y. ple went to Mammoth, where they enjoyed the Manhattan Jazz band The Sunbeam swarm of the Bee- dance. Those present were Misses hive girls met with Miss Pearl Brems Della Wright, Minnie Betts, Bernice Thursday afternoon, , Next mooting Simpson, Aldia Elsinore, Helen Baldwill be held with Miss Gladys Brim-ha- ll win, Pearl Brems Rose Miller and next Saturday afternoon at 8 the guest of honor, Erma Epperson, oclock. .v and Messrs. Lavonla Fuller, Vivan William E. Potts returned froO' Birch, George Baker, Wilbur Ross,' Provo Sunday, where he has Mean in Delbort Ross, Richard Eatough, the hospital for two weeks taking Dick Wright and Leslie Cromar, and treatment for a running sore on his tvhe young ladys parents, Mr. and leg from which he has suffered for Mis. Simon Epperson. Her sister, about thirty years. Mrs; A. A. Ross, presided as hostess. k - ' , j , store-on-whee- - You may need a new iron now or very soon and here is your chance to buy it at a big saving. We have made three big offers all of which are decidedly, worth while. Chose the one which is most worth while to YOU. ' NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. r Three Special Bargains Application for Patent. Serial No. 024553. r' United States Land Office, Salt Lake b,M City, Utah, July 15, 1919. Notice is hereby given that South Standard Mining Company, a corSaves you $1.50, because you can buy a poration under the laws of Utah, by E. J. Raddatz, its agent and $6.50 iron and a $2.50 Springer ironing whose post office address Board for is 422 Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, has made application for Saves you $1.00, because you can buy a $6.50 iron United States Patent for the Big in Socket for your Lode and Tintic a Benjamin y Spring mining claim, Mining District, Utah County, Utah, for light futures being survey Number 6462, and desOfcribed in the United States Land fice at Salt Lake City, Utah, with Remember offers hold good during August only. magnetic variation at 17 deg 10 min east, as follows: iron will to believe you have Beginning at corner number 1 of your the claim, from which point the commuch longer, mon section corner between sections fail to advantage of 10 27, 28, 34 and 33, Township South, Range 2 West, Salt Lake B:: once. bargains Nqrth 1 jdeaf 37 jalnjSastAf lara v , - 'j f lr 4 3"02.'6' f et "d i si a nf f J hence no r t h deg 29 min West, 1498 feet to corner number. 2; thence south 49 deg 31 min west, 600 feet to corner number 3; thence south 40 deg 29 min east, 1498 feet to corner number 4; thence North 49 deg 31 min east, .Efficient Public Service.' 600 feet to the place of beginning, situated in the southeast quarter of section 28, and the northeast quarter of section 33, Township and Range aforesaid. Area claimed, 20.634 acres.. The nearest known locations being Gold Bonds number 20 and 21, unpatented, and Silver Rock, unpat- ented. SUPPORT HOME INSTITUTIONS I direct that this notice be pubRecord, lished in the Mammoth That the spirit cf cooperation and Mammoth, Juab County, Utah, the of home institutions is grownearest support the newspaper published claim, once a week for a period of ing in Utah is the opinion expressed by many of the leading business men nine (9) consecutive weeks. x Slf1 Offer No. fl Offer No. 2 attor-ney-in-fa- kw m $5.50 $7.50 Offer No. 3 Two-Wa- $6.75 that these If not last that reason dont present these take at rt D 5 - .T UTAH POWER LIGHT Co. GOULD B. BLAKELY, Register. W. I. SYNDER, Claimants Atty. (First pub. July 19, 1919.) ; SAVE MONEY by buying your groceries of Ben - Boyer A FEW PRICES: 2 gal keg $1.50 a keg 65 cts. First class Ranch Butter, Guaranteed fresh Ranch Eggs, 50 c, First class Cheese, per pound, 45 c. sour pickles, 60 Fresh Tomatoes, per crate, 15 c. Fresh Bread, per loaf, All kinds of cookies and cakes at reascnabls pric is. c. Fresh supply of Luneta Teas, Coffees and Spices, cheap as the cheapest. New line of McDonald's Candies just received, including Brazil nut, Bathing Girl Chocolates, etc. Other goods at proportionate prices. Remember the place. Ben Boyer Silver City. of the state. Fo several months the campaign for the increased patronage of Utahs factories has bean carried on and the results have been more than satisfactory. I have always believed that all Utah people needed was to have these matters brought directly to their attention," said a prominent business man in discussing the increasing trade The people of ia Utah products. Utah have shown their loyalty to thelf own state In a hundred different ways, the matter of buying homo products wo are aU human and in our desire to make a dollar do its full duty we sometimes overlook Utah goods thinking that probably something might be gained through buying outside goods. Rot we have proven that Utah goods compare favorably both in price and quality with goods made anywhere else in the world. In fact I think the strongest part of tlie campaign of the Utah Manufacturers Association for Utaji products was the statement that Utah people were asked to buy Utah goods only when they could do so without the sacrifice of either price or qunlity. Personally I am willing," he continued, to pay a little more if necessary for Utah goods because I realize that by helping Utah I am helping myself and that if I spend my money line at home I stand a good chance of getting some of It back again, but as a rule I have found that I puy no more fur Utah goods and I certainly do not get any bettor quality anywhere else. In scores of Instances I have made actual savings In addition to get ling better quality by purchasing ULnli goods." From nil parts of the state reports Indicate that Utah people aie buying more Utah goods tlmu ever beforo and here Is a rapidly growing sentiment In favor of supporting home Institutions more liberally. Utah's manufacturing Industries should grow faster than they are growing. We should have larger payrolls, more employees and greater output. This can only come through greater cooperation on the part of Utah people. Freight rates and outside Competition make the markets for Utah products limited. Our growth must come from the Inside, Are you doing your share? Utah. 7hamfactnms Association. Wuitder' oP Industry FE25E'4-J- 1 This building shows what Utahs factories would be if the people of the state were consistent consumers of Utah products. If you and your neighbors and all the people of the state would give the to Utah preference made goods when you can do so without the sacrifice of either price or quality If all of us would keep In mind the of the stare Utahs he factories easily three times as large and prosperous ns they are towould day. Compare this building with the one on the loft which represents can make small factory into the larger the right if we all When together. have u purohn make, Insist upon We Utahs Industries .compared with they should be, today wdiat Ti I mndo goods. i iA 1W Job Printing of every deserip tion at the Mammoth Reeore . Print Shop. - '