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' DEVOTED VOLUME TO THE INTERESTS OF GRANTSVILLE AND HER RESOURCES. GRANTSVILLE, TOOELE COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917. ONE. Paul wenjto Salt Johnson Lake City Friday afternoon and returned home during the evening. , TOOELE COUNTYS VALUATION OVER ' ' ; NUMBER NINETEEN. QUARTERLY STAKE CONFER- James L. Wrathall, E.T. Wool-leENCE SATURDAY & SUNDAY C. R. Rowberry, ,'Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Matthews and R. T. The Quarterly Stake Confer"The following is a list of the assessed valuations of Tooele Brown went to Salt ' Lhke City is ence which was held in Tooele Satur- Weekly .Weather Crop Summary auto .returnto amounts which this $17,377,852, by Friday morning, County year and Three weeks have now elapsed same home the Sunday and was one of day $2,250,000 more than last year, ing evening, the Conferences in best wthout of rain, no showers having point Real Estate in City and Town Lots-- . ..$316,870 k been attendance held and interest for reported anywhere in the Mr. and Mrs. Leo' Johnson, . r..970,144 Real Estate in Farm Lands 49,236.80 ac some time.: At the morning ses- State since June 11th. Crops IsaMiss Hale Goldie irs. and i'- ... ... 2,800 Real Estate in Fruit Lands 20.15 ac. sion, some- of the bishops made in general, however, are holding to went &dt bella Lake Judd 467,464 Real. Estate in Grazing Lands 82,625.02 ac of conditions in their up well under the drought, with, 222.692 City Friday morning. 'Mrs. Judd reports Real Estate, Other Lands 82,260.42 ac enthe exception of spring grains, which wards were all : 185,555 went to Idaho for a Visit with couraging. Mrs. Geo. very Rgal Estate in Mining Claims 28,224.81 ac....: Canwhich in many localities are wiltQ. the children there'jSyhile the non spoke on Relief Society work ing and much in need of moistTotal Real Estate $2,412,388 rest of the party retuir.fed home during the same session. ure. AH irrigated crops made . Saturday.r ' session afternoon good progress during the 'week. '...... During Mules Horses and $34,316 1,063 Range more reports of the wards were Barley, oats, and some winter : : Other Horses and Mules 1,555 121,810 Roy Hayes' returned from a made by the bishops, followed wheat are now heading, and rye r. 181,417 Range Cattle 6,846 to Salt Lake City, Friday with addresses by Mrs, Cannon, intended for hay is being cut. : trip Other Cattle 1,094 38,010 . - : Mia. Kate Farnsworth and Mrs. Pastures and ranges are still evening. and Goats ......2,266,756 263,923 Sheep good, but would be improved by Evelyn Isgreen. Swine 247 1,684 Rerain. of A the Reports from Boxelder, special meeting :.... Mrs'. John T. Flinders returned :... Total Livestock $2,643,993 and Millard counties held " in was workers lief Sanpete, Society Banks . $100,000 from a visit to Salt Lake City , indicate the alfalfa weevil is South that Ward the Chapel :: ; Sunday : Merchandise ....... ; i; $262,784 Friday evening. since the beV which was addressed developing rapidly, by morning and .....$2,116,140 Supplies Machinery, Tools, Implements, warm of FarnsMrs. ginning weather, and Mrs, Cannon and .: : ; 9,188 Money A baby girl arrived at the worth. At the regular Confer- is doing noticeable damage in Personal Property not Otherwise Enumerated 496,582 home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward The June drop ence session held in the North some field. Total : .... $2,984,694 Clarke Saturday morning. Both Ward Sunday morning, the work of fruits was quite heavy, but mother and babe are getting State Board of Equalization Valuations of the Sunday Schools was dis- good crops are still indicated, esRailroads nicely: $5,837,296. , cussed by Stake Supt. A. M. Nel- pecially of apples. Cherries are Electric Light Companies 33,649 son, Mrs. Farnsworth, Mrs. Can ripening and beginning to apI .: 112,446 Miss Irene Wrathall and Airs. non and a few remarks by Heber pear in the markets. Telephone Companies : ' : 1 elegraph' Companies ,111,396 V. L. Johnson of Mt. Pleasant, J, Grant. i 292 went to Salt Lake City Monday ; Express Companies At the afternoon session n the MONTHLY SESSION OF Water and Pipe Line Companies 85,005 morning. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS! North Ward Chapel, the speakPower Companies 81,255 ers were Apostle Heber J. Grant The ..Commissioners 398,708 Improvements in Machinery on Mining Claims .....1 Mro. Ed.. Bell, Miss Beatrice and Rulon S. Wells, after which met in County session .Net Proceeds of. Mines '. 557,505 Bell and Mr. and Mri. R, M: Monday regular the Conference adjourned. , at which matters routine many afTooele went to Monday Total State Boat'd Valuations ..... $7,217,552 FOURTH IN GRANTS-VILL- were, disposed of, the following THE: ternoon, : were the only matters of men- " Total Assessed Valuation -17,877,352 t tion .handled. f t '$ S' sfs ' . .4 ' The Fourth of Jmy'progrira . - Jfips-- Jamesllowell Apbeared ; A at: the arrived boy Total Assessed Valuation, 1916 baby $15,020,632 home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence was' carried out Wednesday as before the Board and requested McBride Monday morning. Both arranged by the committee and that her mother be given an alPERSONALS ing rapidly. GRANTSVILLE mother and babe are getting the day was enjoyed by all. The lowance of $5.00 which was fine. baseball game between Burmes-te- r granted. George Erickson and A. G. Picture show Tuesday night, and Grantsville resulted in Johanna Elfors of GrantsviUe Parkinson went to Salt Lake July 10th. Usual prices. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Pehrson of a victory for the visitors by a was granted an allowance of $10 to spend .. Miss Rachel Woolley and Miss Vernon, werethe guests of Mr. score of 9 to 8. The batteries City Tuesday afternoon per month. he Fourth there ' Lottie Sharp of Salt Lake City and Mrs. J. A. Fawson during for Burmester were Hoopiana John Gregorich was given an were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the latter part of the week. and James Jefferies and for alowance of $10 per month. Chileon Halladay and McO E.ST. Woolley during the latter Grantsville ' Clark Jefferies and Ernest Olson was appointed Miss Rae Andexson and Miss Anderson. Johnson spent the Fourth in Sal pari of last week, returning to deputy road commssioner at VerLake City, returning home Salt Lake again Sunday after- Lillian Rowberry came out from The dance in the evening was non. noon. attended. A number of auwell Lake Salt ,M. S. Goodale was appointed evening, Friday City Thursday. Sunto parties went to Saltair during constable at Wendover, vice E. returning to the dty again R. Mitchell, resigned. the evening for dancing, The City Council met SaturThe auto party to Saltair day. at home late night. ing day evening in their regular ses- Wednesday evening consisted of Mr- - R. S. Stark and John Soel THEODORE LORCH AND sion and transacted routine bus- Edward Barrus, Commodore COMPANY AT to the went the Monday of Pearl Amusements city berg iness only. Bills for the current Sloan, Henry Sloan, Milo Shaffer, home the JULY 12. returned Satand House the at morning Opera Army month were allowed. No other Tom Mander, Harold Green, ' comsame two reel Also evening. night. the came urday matters up before . Theodore Lorch and Company Frank Hale, Arthur Barrus, edy and Pathe Weekly News. who delighted Grantsville audi. meeting, Chileon Halladay,. McCoy ' JohnMr. and Mrs. G. M. Matthews Prices 10 and 15c. ences twice before this season son, Lyman Fawson, Miss Glad- and Mrs. John Harrison returnwill appear in the delightful draWork on the new sidewalk ys Anderson, Miss Mary. Sloan, ed from a visit to Salt Lake City Ray Brim went to the city ma, WHOS GUILTY at the from the Bank corner east was Miss Ada Asserson, Miss Mary Sunday evening. afternoon, returning Opera House on Tuesday Thursday, July started Monday and is progress Imlay and Miss Hilda Johnson. home Thursday afternoon., 12th. Whos Guilty is a play ' Miss Merinda Brown went to based on the divorce problem of Salt Lake City Sunday morning Barrus and Pratt have taken and the lesson it teaches and returned home Monday the contrad; for the building of today A LITTLE BETTER FOR A LIJTLE LESS one is that is instructive to both a pipe line from the pump station old and young. evening: It deals with of the Western Pacific to Bur- love and and shows friendship Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Hale, mester, to supply the new town relove will true that always Fred of and Mrs. Cooper The pipe will be turn to its with water. Jr., proper sphere. Builders of the Famous James Way Barns Grace, Idaho, arrived here Fri- eight inch wooden stave pipe and to see Whos Guilfail Dont with visit few a eleven to for days will be laid from three day We plan, superivse, and contract, Septic Tanks, Cisterns, leaves an impresas the ty play relatives and friends. They re- feet deep. The water flow to sion is wholesome that yet teach, turned home again Monday.' Reservoirs, Poultry Houses. Burmester by gravity and will es the ideals which should high be lifted to the necessary height Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hayes and to supply the town at that place. possess every person who is marOne Year Guarantee- Better Builders Marion Clark went to Bountiful Work will start Monday morn- ried or who contemplates marriage. Tuesday to spend the Fourth ing. There are no Liens on our Jobs there. LOST A pair of field glasses Mrs. S. E. Woolley entertain- in Grantsville or on the road ed at a wedding reception Satur- west of the city. Return to the NEWS office and receive $2.0u day evening in honor of the mar' Franklin her. J. of son, reward. riage LOOK OVER OUR NEW LINE OF STATIONERY! J Smith Miss to Harriet Woolley of Logan,' Utah. The wedding LOST A sack of carpet rags took place in the Salt Lake Tem- on the road between Grantsville irS AS GOOD AS ANY YOU CAN GET IN TOWN. , and Tooele. Return to Edward SMlaMlifttlilMiltlllMlIMAiaiUiiiMmMAMiaai ple last Wednesday. . $17,000,000 y, , A - 1 . . . 1 : ng , " . ; Ry-dal- ch E. , ng ! . GRANTS-THURSDA- Y, ' BARRUS & PRATT. -- . TnHontaily Quench that Thirst with a Urink that is Cool and Refreshing, and Served Right. - The Bliiebird - Parley Milton R. D. Frank Johnson, Anderson, 'Halladay and Morris J. McKee-v- er of Burmester, went to Salt Lake City Tuesday, returning home Thursday morning. John W. .Bell went to Salt Lake City Wednesday and returned home the same evening. E. Anderson, Judd and A. G. Parkinson were Salt Lake visitors during the week, returning home Thursday morning. D. N. B. Green. The Grantsville Drug Store Call at the GrantsviUe Drug Store for your Drugs, Rubber Our Line of Confections' and Ice Goods, Stationery, etc. Cream are the best. It is our Aim to please every one. .