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I ti . &Y Marysvale, Utah, Saturday, August 25, 1906. Vol. I. esty company is here for a long gagement and is presenting light era in a very acceptable manner. The Piute Courant. enop- Virtually all of Tooele county was that the President is rather a handy man with the pitchfork himself. at Lagoon Saturday to enjoy the nu merous pleasures which can be had at Published Every Saturday. the pretty resort A special train over company is al- the Salt Lake Route brought the The Opera Olympic Office of Publicatiou so giving ligh. opera to the Salt Pal- Tooeleites in great numbers to the Pines Hotel, Marysvale, Piute ace theatre and is receiving Its full scene of the numerous festivities. The train arrived at the resort at noon and patronage. County, Utah. carried fully 2,000 persons. The rain Subscription: We must not forget the little Bon fell fast during the most of the afterOne year, 1.00; six months, 75 cts: Ton. Its doors never close and its noon, and this, of course, put a great three months. 50 cts. never cease to attend. An damper many of the proceedings The above prices are cash in advance patrons idle hour is always to be passed pleas- of the crowd, but the visitors never and do not apply to subscription antly at this little Main street house. theless had a good time. due prior to July 14, 1906. JAS. T. JAKEMAN, Managing Editor. PIUTE COUNTY OFFICERS. Chas. Skougaard, Commissioners: LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE. E. C. Bagley, J. E. Peterson. y . District Judge: John F. Chldester. County Clerk: Horace .Morrill. Students, Attention! The Brigham E. E. Sprague at Provo opens County Attorney: Young University A. Allan. R. Treasurer: Send 1906. 10, Monday, September Charles Morrill. Sheriff: for catalogue. Lura J. Stark. Recorder: Assessor: Charles J. Heinhold. METAL MARKET. Surveyor: George T. Henry. Thursday, Aug. 16 Silver, 66 lead, $5.75; copper, 18. Friday, 17 Silver, 66 $5.75; copper, 18. lead, Saturday, 18 Silver, 66 $5.75; copper, 18. Monday, Aug. 20. Silver, 66 STOCKTON SUNDRIES. Salt Ljike City, Utah. lead 66 21. Silver Tuesday, The Stockton schools will open on $5.75; copper 18. 17th day of September. the lead Wednesday, 22. Silver 68 Jt $5.75; copper 18. The political bees are beginning to hum here and each predict a certain SUNDRY SOUTHERN UTAH amount of honey. SHORT STOPS. jt Jt e Dr. Clarke, resident physician of Maurice M. Johnson of the staff has gone to Mexico on min- Stockton, has been appointed mine doctor for the Honerine mine. ing business. .'MRS. S. M. F. DECKER 1-- 1-- 5-- 3-- 4 5-- 5-- New-hous- Jt jt Manager Sappington of the Cyclone the Frisenco Contact, has returned from a pleas- mine at Stockton reports having 800 of level on the ore that countered in ant summer Europe. j Jt D. P. Roning, manager of property. jt . Jl General Manager Cox of the Annie Mr. S. M. Debolt is the gentlemanly Laurie company was up to Salt Lake agent at the Salt Lake & Los Angeles on company business last week. depot here and he is certainly t he Jt Jt The Beaver ward Relief society right man in the right place. j Jt held an enpoyable reunion on Friday Mr. and Mrs. Gundry are now perafternoon, from which all men were manently settled in Salt Lake City, excluded. and will be delighted to see all their Jt Jt It is reported that negotiations look-in- k Stockton friends at 831 East Tenth towards the purchase of the Ma- South street. v Jt jestic smelter at Milford, have been of Stockton, called W. J. Mrs. Lee, Good Nevada, Springs, opened bys-upon the Sentinel last Thursday and operators. encouraged us in our endeavors to Jt Jl help this camp and making the SenBeaver City, Beaver Co., Ang. 19. It has finally been decided to hold a tinel a success. . Jt v thUCxear--- A ooivntyaicJaSeavfaL Mr. George Musser presides at the strong executive committee has the matter in hand, and the Athletic & bar with the proprietor, Mr. Edmonds. its The place is scrupulously clean and Driving association has placed congrounds at the disposal of the commit- Mr. Musser makes one dry while versing with him. tee for fair purposes. j Jt Jt ab-sen- people properties, including his own compa-of nies, and he found that the best exopinion of Utah and Utah mining isted. AND President dog-eatin- g A Brooklyn judge has officially declared that "to be single is hell." The divorce court records of the country indicate that a good many people are of the opinion that there is a worse place. THE ALPS OF UTAH. A. Snow of the South Co- lumbus was in the metropolis the last of the week. AND LEHI AMERICAN FORK, Jt PLEASANT GROVE. Assistant Manager Wantland of the liss Sadie Mayhew of Pleasant Flagstaff company arrived Wednesday evening to inspect the property at Grove will leave soon for Long Beach, eastern Cal. Alta. Several prominent stockholders accompanied him. Jt Jt A new baby girl arrived this week A great deal of ore is going from at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McGee the bins of the Columbus Consolidated Bullock of Pleasant Grove, f with steady shipments for the City Jt jl Rocks, while the Continental is sendBishop Swenson of Pleasant Grove ing the usual tonnages to the smelter. was out of town part of the week in the interest of dry farming. J jt It Is believed that eventually Alta 3 jt . R. L. Howard of Lehl will go to will be a copper camp almost exclusively. The upper levels have shown Nempa, Sept. 1, to accept a position fine silver and lead values, but these, as chemist with the Western Idaho as stated above, gjve way to the red Siiger company, f Jt Jl This important metal with depth. iPleasant Grove, Utah Co., Aug. 17. fact is not a new disclosure by any Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halliday and Mr. means. and Mrs. Albert Cooper have returned At a meeting of directors of the from a trip to Yellowstone park. J South Columbus Mining company yesFrancis W. Kirkham has returned terday afternoon H. S. Tanner was to (Lehi from Ann Arbor, Mich., where elected vice president to succeed W. of A. 0. Jacobson, he was graduated with the degree H. Young, resigned. He will teach in the B. Y. U. A,,M. ConColumbus of the superintendent coming winter. solidated, was .chosen to fill a va- the ' Jt Jt cancy on the board. arl McTague, who has been at the Jt SL Marks hospital for the past six With his investment at Alta Mr. weeks, has returned to American himself as very Gorton expresses He was operated upon while rk. much pleased, and that he is permitre for appendicitis, and is still ted to return to his clients and from the effects thereof. jak the who have invested in neighbors Jt jt assursame undertaking with positive uneral services over the remains ance that they are all on the right tJames Gardner were held in the road is as gratifying to him as will ward meeting house, American It be to them. Mr. Gorton made a Xrl Wie house was filled to its number of friends while here, who friends and relatives of promise him a cordial reception on to pay their last pioneer any future visit. pect to the departed, THEATRES. At the Resorts. the season draws to a close at the resorts, they increase in interest and 'patronage. Saltair is at its best. The bathing is superb and all the attractions are running without a hitch. With the near approach of the fall elections, this resort which is intensewill be the scene of ly demAs 800-fo- body for a distance of eleven feet. This is all ore of a milling grade with the exception of fourteen inches, which is as rich a character of galena as could be found by anyone anywhere. Jt Jt saloon in The Warm Spjrings Grantsville precinct Closed its doors This speaks for want of patronage. An well for the Grantsville public. attempt was made to start up in the city limits, but the council put the license to $1,200 a year, which scared them out. v Jt An amendment to the articles of incorporation of the Black Diamond Mining & Milling company was filed in the office of the county clerk yesterday. The amendment provides for the election of the officers by the The Lagoon is truly sthe rage this directors of the company in place of of the largest August and some vote of the stockholders. crowds ever seen at the resort has by jt jt been in attendance there this month. ore were released of Alta cars ' Two saw peo10,000 Merchant day Retail the 16th. from Thursday, the were samplers other nearly days ple there and three from cars Alta, four On Labor day Friday as well patronized. one each from Big there will be a clam bake which every from Stockton and were one who wishes a good time should Cottonwood and American Fork released from the sampler. Two cars not miss. from Alta and two from American Calders Park (Oh, excuse me), Fork were released Saturday, jl J Wandemere, I mean, is holding its own as a high class family resort. All still persists in sayPaxton Romy If he has said anything he is during the summe r improvements ing: have been under way and now it is sorry for, he is glad of it," and puts as complete a little resort as can be Into practice what the governor of found in the intermountain country. North Carolina said to the governor The lapsing in of South Carolina: At the Theatres. between spiritual reinvigora-tio- n terval The theatres which have been is preternaturally extended, closed for some time are again open- which In common parlance means a ing. At the Grand, Georgie Harper long time between beverages. and her company have been presentjt Jt ing Blue Jeans for the past week. of the shareholders a At meeting This will be followed by other at- of the Black Diamond Mining com bids It a like character. of tractions held in this city yesterday, the fair to be more popular this season pany board of directors and offollowing than ever before. ficers waselected: William E. Beach, of the state of Indiana, At the Ornheum, the vaudeville sea- tomey-GenerHoosier state Friday son is fairly opened. This house is both left for the with the gen pleased greatly will evening, and circut noted on the Orpehum in this that conditions prevail eral usual its season give thoroughout the Dia Black The Stockton property. high class entertainments. mond may well be entitled a Hoosier Casino Park is still running and organization, as the majority of its reside in Indiana. playing to good crowds. Zinns Trav- large stockholders The many political gatherings. ocrats hold forth there, Wednesday, and will be followed soon after by the other political organizations. BIG HORN BASIN EXCURSION. September 1st and 3rd. Limit, 30 days. Rate from R. G. W. main points, DRUG $30.00 round trip. From branch lines one fare for round trip to nearest (The buyers add junction point. friend) is locatRoute: Rio Grande Western, Colo ed next door rado Midland, and Burlington. For north of the postoffice, in the city of further information address L. H. opportunities, and we do Owl drug business. THE OWL J. Salt Lake City, Utah. Eagle Block. Trade Inventions patented. marks secured direct with WashOffices, 11 and 12 ington. assured of a pleasamt .rit east, purchase your tickets vlt. Ae To be Hinois Central Rail- way First-clas- s service also between Omaha and Minneapolis and Chicago Trip through the Thousand Islands and St. Louis, as well as all points in and Rapids of the SL Lawrence at the South and Southeast slight additional cost. For full lnformatloa call on or writ Further particulars from J. A. FOLEY, A. C. SHAW, Commercial Agent. General Agent Canadian Pacific Ry., No. 75 West Second South Street. CHICAGO. Dr. F, J. Lyon, Maryavale, Utah. WWMMMtftWaiaSigi Bertelsen 10, brook of Layton, Utah, who will move here shortly. Dr. Stookeys family is going tw Canada on a visit before ounces silver. their trip to Europe. Jt Jt for record is MINOR MERCUR MENTIONS. the As far as known, ore shipments from the Alta district during the present resurrection period Hon. George H. Dern made aflying There ' ar was broken Wednesday. to Salt Lake this week. trip rived from this district on the day Jl Jt tons of ore, all mentioned ninety-fiv- e Mr. Thomas K. Peck and Joseph of it being hauled from the properties Pinkerton have accepted positions to Sandy by team. This ore arrived with the Union Mercantile Co. at the Pioneer sampler, and may be T t taken as an evidence of what tonnage Mr. Jacob Spencer has returned were would come from Alta properties from England, where he has been on the facilities for transporting ore up a visit during the past year. to the demands. Jt Jt Jt The Con. Mercur is in flourishing of Alta the The local stockholders shape, mine and mill working fine, and Hecla Mining and Milling com and everything points to a prosperous pany are smiling broadly over some year. very fine assays just received on the The Pierpont School located at kind of ore that is being lifted from 37 East North Temple, Salt Lake the shaft. This ore carries 55.3 per ounces of silopens its fifth 'year, September 17 cent lead, twenty-eigh- t 1906. This school offers as thorver and $1 gold. The Alta and Hecla and excellent work in its lines one of ough Is the organizabusy company as can be had In the finest east tions of the great Alta camp, the ern colleges. Its courses include character of development being illusElocution, Voice and Physical Cul trated by these values now being exture, Public Speaking, Theatricals tracted. English and Shakespeare. Write jt Jt for circulars. The last 500 tons sent into the mar ket by the Columbus Consolidated WINDSOR. company averaged $57 per ton gross EUROPEAN HOTEL. the predominating metal being copSalt Lake City. per. This ore contains some silver . .Located in the heart of the city. and gold also, but It is classed as copRates Reasonable. per ore. President Tony Jacobson Light, airy, clean rooms. First-clas- s stated Friday that in going deeper in every respect. Steam, heat, Elecinto the Columbus ground the metal tric Lights. contents are observed to give promt nent place to the red metal. As high GLADSTONE HOTEL. as 17 per cent copper has been ob Mrs. A. M. Marshal, Prop. tained. 119 South Main St., Salt Lake City, Neatly furnished rooms by the day, is the favorite fad in Eyeology Week or Month. favorThe resorts. and other Newport Rates. 50 cents to $1.50 per day, goo-goeye. ite brand is the Special rates by the day, week or month. Wonder what the verdict of the jury will be on the Thaw case as conducted NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ' by the press agents? No. 5805. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah If he doesnt watch out, those Rus August 7th, 1906. sian revolutionists will get after stoly-piNotice is hereby given that the fol with a rolling-pin- . lowing-name- d settler has filed notice Most all the tributes summed up re- of his intention to make final proof solve themselves into the fact that in support of his claim, andthat said proof will be made before the clerk of Lady Curzon was a lady. the District Court at Loa, Wayne Co Hereafter no Political machine will Utah, on September 21st, 1906, viz without Robert Peden, for H. E. No. 14,186, be considered muck-rakattachment. and W. Ix)t 3, N. E. 4 S. W. S. E. Sec. 7, Tp. 29 S, R. 5 E,S. L. The London tailors who criticised M. the fit of Mr. Bryans clothes, ought He names the following witnesses to accompany him on the stump and to prove his continuous residence upfits. see him give the octopus on and cultivation of, said lond, viz: Jonathan W. Cameron, John Han-cacThe anarchists insist that they took George D. Morrill, Charles W. General Kozlov for General Trepoff, Lee, all of Lorrey, Utah. and assassinated him. Still, all gen FRANK D. HOBBS, erals look alike to the Russians. Register. First publication, Aug. 18, 1906. should Senator Tillman Last publication. Sept. 15, 1906. immediately M. W. Mansfield, Attorney. have his attention called to the fact Tradk Mark .oAooooo:o:o;o:oQro;oB.o;o;o;o:o;o;o and family of xI. toStookey where Europe Oct. go CO YEAR8 EXPERIENCE PHYSICIAN AND 8URQKON, jt jt the doctor will make a special Btudy of the eye, ear, nose and throat In London, Berlin, Vienna and other places. They will be gone one or more years. Dr. Stookeys home here will be occupied by Dr. H. C. Hol- To Canadian points daily to Sept. 30th; to New England points, July 18th, August 8th and 22nd, Sept. 5th and 19th. from Omaha to Chicago. j Dr, CHEAP EXCURSIONS To Eastern Canada and New England. Cheap excursions from Kansas City and Omaha, via Detroit and the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY at ONE PARE PLUS $2.00, good for thirty days. v it-j-- i M. THOMAS Attorney-at-La- r r . 45. No. t is rather provoking that just about the time when the whole country is howling for cheaper Ice, some brilliant inventor comes forward with a cheap substitute for coal. -t the well known min Ing engineer and manager of the Frisco Contact and Lulu companies prop and American Fork one. Tuesday, two erties at Frisco, in Beaver county, re- cars of Alta and one from Stockton turned from his three months trip were released. Wednesday twro cars abroad, acocmpanied .by Mrs. Rohl of Stockton and two of Alta ore were ling, Tuesday night. During hisinter- released. Mr. Rohlfing attented the jt jt national gathering of mining engithe 16th, 50 shares of On neers at London and reports haying South Thursday, Columbus sold at 68 cents a visitHe time. most enjoyable had a share and 400 at 69. Friday, 2,000 ed Germany and took a spin around shares hands at 68 cents a the Old World that was altogether share. changed of Columbus Con. shares Fifty delightful. He talked Utah and Utah sold at $7.40, and 1,000 shares of relates he and mining everywhere South Columbus at 68 cents. that this region is much better known Jt Jt In Boston, idea Qf. than he had any Mr. a Sappington states that on the large on his way home, he met level he has crosscut the ore interested in Utah number of D. P. Rohlfing, RESORTS AMONG The Igorrotes are to return to the Philippines, having found that they can never become accustomed to taking theirs in sausage form. Directly north of the Albion com panys property ( at Alta, is a block of ground embracing about" 100 ficretC which is now being developed by the Alta & Hecla Milling company. On one of the five fissures that traverse the ground a shaft has been sunk sixty feet and some ore of fine quality secured j Jt Stockton had has been taken out. Assays On Monday, the 15th, yesterday by President Herman Bam two cars of ore released; Milford, one, berger went 53 per cent lead and 28 . 6- THE t DcaioNB Copyrights Ac. Bro, Anyone sending a sketch end description may Qnlokly escertekn our opinion free whether an Invention Is probably patentable, Comtnunlca HANDBOOK on Patents ItonsstnotlyconfldentUI. pent free. Oldest apenoy for secunug patents. Patent taken through Munu ACureoeire 9ptcifU notice without charge, la the BLACKSMITHS, Marysvale, Utah. Scientific American. p;o;o;o'o:o;o;o;o;o;o:o DeWItis handsomely Illustrated weekly. I.enrest efr eulatlon of any soientiOo Journal. 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