! y J ! . . ' . I vy DEVOTED TO TEX OSEAT TINTIC MINING DISTRICT Volume xxxv HOME 07 THE EUREKA, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, THURSDAY, Eureka Elk Hunters Had Running true to form and display-ji- n beyond a doubt that Tintic haa ome of the best bi game hunters in th Mate the boys from this district registered a seventy-fiv- e per cent 1(111 during the season. Eight per-- ; aona went oul from Tintic and alxj them were successful in bagging . The A wwtf SILVER-LEA- D NOVEMBER 21, 1935. AMAZE A MINUTE 8CIEWTIFACTS BY ARWniJl Fairly Successful Season For the first time in history the complete state road commission, to- gether with the chief engineer, visit- ed the' Tintic District. This event WORLDS LARGEST Number 3 Elks Lodge Will Give Party for Its Members The entertainment committee of the Elks Lodge has come to life after lying dormant for many months and have announced a big dancing party and feed for its members on Saturday evening, November 13rd. Good music has been seenred and a good time is in store for thoee who attend. It is not necessary to be a In good standing to attend. j member If s name Is still on the books of ths that person is especially Invlt- -. ed to be present. The lodge has adopted s new ls tern with regard to guest parties' , which is in great variance with those .that have been held during recent years. Henceforth there will be no such thing ns a member inviting n guest on these occasions and hin to receive a guest card forthwith.' If some member desires a guest to be at a party he will file a guests name with the lodge end later a certain committee will determine ; whethef the guest should be granted this privilege. It ia the determined intention of the Elks to grant guest cards only to those persons who he prospective members and under the preaent plan these cards will be Issued only once to an lndlv- Idual and then if he doses not cere to affiliate himself with the order he ran consider himself "out" there- - earth's great speed RIFLE FIRED THE DIRECTION IN OF THE EARTH WOULD NEVER REACH IT, AS THE EARTH TRAVELS SO TIMES FASTER THAN A SULLET. Church St Work Now Under Way Under the supervision of Charlen Bechtol work was started last Saturday morning on the improvement! of Church street, which calls for the curb and guttering of tho entire street from tho railroad bridge to Its intersection with Main street. , The details of tbs plans and specl-lodficatlons are not commonly known1' but It is understood that tho project for the grading down of the street and tha installation of a com-- i bination stone and cement gutter. It ' information is correct atone will amount to mors than fifty per cent of the material to be used, laid in "mason" fashion so that it will witstand the wear and tear of atorma almost to the equal of purely mixed took place on Tuesday afternoon when the road officials dropped into lkelr gno George Lindsay, J. 0. Nash and; Eureka on their way to the capital after having visited certain sections Theo. Atherly made up one party j which hunted on Mt. Nebo and all. of southern Utah. In the party were E. E. Howe of wer successful in getting the game. j. Murray, chairman of the slate road Robert Laird also hunted in the same commission, and Preston 0. Peter- - section and landed a bull. Theo.j son and W. D. Hammond, the other Haynes, Hugh Atherly, Harold Vier-tw-o members, also K. C. Wright, the' tel and Dr. A. W. Robinson hunted in the Mantl forest, packing in from the chief engineer. While here they conferred with town of Emery, and the two latter. Senator P. J. Fennell and others were successful in bringing down with' regard to the roads in this sec- - their bulls. Frog winks The hunt this year ass not nearly tion of the state. The information When frogs wink was given out that considerable 1m- - as good generally as those of prevl-- : their eyes, the Lids move cement ous years. If reports are correct elk UPWARDS. provement and some new work was Thera are certain residents of more scarce much and those of Tintic the the benefit for planned Church' street who are Justifiably were smaller and bagged younger District. However, the extent of concerned over the project for the animals than usually killed. This this work was not divulged. reaaon that they ere not famiiu Mr. Wright stated that a project would indicate that the bull elk are with tha specifications, which up to well out thinned for the widening of the road at the 4in kept pretty date appear to be vary secretive point of the mountain between here and about the only ones that escape umants. th rifles hunters are the young had been and Mammoth approved Church street resident! almost to ones which cannot be legally shot. and that within a very few days a a hundred per cent are agreed that number of men would be put to work Coupled with this the fact that the level of the street is 'away , too of the ports pohckfng throughout There has been a good many high, that n foot or two ahould be hundred dollars spent at this point year are prevalent the game is going chlaeled off for its entire distance In but it is still believed that in the in- - to continue to be scarcer from year Air BURNER ; after. to do a decent Job on that order to a season unless closed two or year A terest of safety some additional work This ruling has become very nec-- J thoroughfare. The work is going to slagt furnace WILLsingle CONSUME 37,500 Is necessary there. The approach to ia called. for the reason that many per-- , be carefully watched and the real- essary CUBIC PUT OF AIR PER MINUTE. 2r Under the present system of is made by a sharp the "point sons in this district have deliberate-- ! dents on both tha low and the high the1 cow both bull elk and 'curve and it is now the intention to shooting ,ly solicited gueat cards, not waiting 'sides of the street have declared that relieve the abruptness of this curve. animals are not increasing, but it is to be invited, and they repeat tha they are going to keep in close touch Other road work which might per- Just the reverse. The time has arprocedure from one guest party to 'with ths Job in order to make it eon- scto for some rived take sportsmen tain to this district was not dlsanother. form with ths best Interests of their with regard to increasing this cussed by the visitors bnt they did The party Saturday night will be property. dl-- 1 animal instead of game declare that the highway through splendid Ten men were put to work on thin absolutely free of charge to all memPinion and Homamvllle canyons mlnishing ths small herds, bers of the Elks Lodge. lost Saturday morning nnd project The sportsmenship of Tintic hunt-- r was deserving of improvement with If weather conditions permit this was fact the again exemplified by view to making It safer to travel. number may be doubled. However Elks Lodge Will Hold In traveling the seven miles from that not n single person from this , Copper, It may now bs said, has Is mors than likely the num- AmmiJ Memorial Sendee it Eureka to the mouth of Pinion can- - district mads application to kill a successfully made its second come- - resents tive of the American Red resson alkcow to And deer the referring yon there are seven railroad tracks tack in 17 years since the ending of Cross was in Tintic early in tha week has weather winter set .that in and to cross and there are also four dsn- - aaason of some three weeks ago the World War. Fabricators of cop- - checking up on tha drive which was Following their usual cuatomthe already maIiy bourg baT bcan did from shoot neither here anyone gerous underpasses to negotiate, per tnd brass are working overtime recently completed and although it officers and members of ths Elks on account of inclement weather. It was brought to the attention of do oeer-to supply demands, and the surplus was not as successful as other years Lodge will hold their annual memor- - From this point on there will probj supplies of copper are being gradual- - she ths commission that these under- was nevertheless pleased with lal services on the first Sunday in ably be nothing but bad weather and the efforts put forth by Mrs. Mary A. December, which this year falls on If this happens ily used up. pastes were extremely dangerous for Stats Treasurer Determined to bs the case how is the reason that the approach to all Take Over Liquor Profits' After America entered the war. Slack, local chairman, and others December 1st. any, real progress going to he made On this occasion the Elks will pay with tha Church street copper was withheld from ordinary wbo worked during the membership project or was made by ths commission to give tribute to the members who have any other one 'of a similar An BXtenBion 0f time from Novem- - industrial uses and directed entirely drive. nature. thee dangerous features of the road ber Istll on to tho great beyond nnd Cement work, handled l0 x)ecember 10th for the lnl the channels of war supply. Hun- - Mrs. Axline, assisted by Mrs. 8tack, DaM0d successfully, soma though and consideration and Rorvlce Is especially dedicated to ja g summertime Job,. and tt can comniBBjon to show cause dreds of substitutes sprang up to blso organized a safety committee for the it might be that In the not far als- - j)(Uor peace-tim- e Jobs this district, the purpose of which 111086 brothers who hare been called readily bs seen that Church street is abould not turn over its funds topics copper's why taut future theae dangerous portions to the state treasurer was within the year. going to get a poor deal unless a granted by blU the red metal was, In effect, Is to acquaint persons with ideas ol Jf highway will be eliminated. Exalted Ruler W. K. Carson has Kreat amount of money Is spent in which to will the accidents for prevent help court lighting country. the last gttte Monday, Bupreme The state road commission in con- committee to prepare keeping the newly mixed ; cement Even before copper was restricted in the home. The committee select- - Bppolnted Th)s la the CBge brought against BBnrIc nd arrange an appro- - from freezing before tt becomes set. Juetlon with the government. Is now the eommiM0n tbe to conwar to of have ed the of work the this uses, price rising charge by Chauncey P. The members of should frost hit the process of Dprogram. subprlal8 E. the for sluts of Prof. T. metal stimulated searsh Bartlett,, John estitutes. In 1916, copper sold as F. Rowe and C. E. Rife, whose duties lkla committee are John Nileon, mBng cogelation tt becomes no mors to Thomas Householder and C. E. Rifs, substantial than sand, so for this res- high ns 36 cents a pound, and with shall be to place the program war America In tha tt reached 37c in parents through school children, by Already the committee is hard at Mn the work must be handled-la city to Dunbar, Just beyond Boulder controi over alj Jlg fUndBj Bnd con. 1917. On the first Armistice day giving education talks, short plays ?ork,aad ?ffort? up t0 lh Praant very careful manner. time Indicate that a very appropriate Pass, where tt will connect up with t nd tbey should be deposited with the copper industry found itself with and the distribution of literature. lt-the BBma 0ld atory In the same w111 b ,TeB' the present Tooele highway at St. the state treasurer and disbursed on 1,000,000,000 pounds of copper on Tryone is 0id Way, work when Its stormy and Information given prorm to According of departed John. State aurveyor. and englneem .uVe auditor hand and no market. Substitutes 0ut by Mrs. Axline more than one- - lnrltfd and pBr when It's sunshine. ara member are now buy rechecking the survey urged to( aapaclally ee- over old had all channels the taken of all ths fatal accidents and Treasurer Stats third Rirle, Joseph come out. made alx years ago and Just as soon named as defendant -, of inmemone-ha- lf consumption. with of all accidental along nearly as this work is completed actual con- bers of the In the heavy consumption juries are sustained in and about the' liquor commission, is al- struction will start. and a Fisherman's Paradise 1918 tha total home. Last year there were 34,500 BRADLEY HOME BURNED o given an extension - of time in years of 1917 DOWN SUNDAY MORNING. ee which to show cause why be should couumptlon In the United States uTes lost In our homes, approxlmate- Civic Clubs Meeting not demand ths liquor commissions was 697,414 tons and 830,835 tons, y iso.ooo people maimed for life'' A WPA project, sponsored by the The home of Mr. and Mn. Bigelow state The low of poet-w' ' Favon New Tintic Road flinla- respectively. and injuries sustained to 5,000,000 and being worked under the burned Mammoth at to the The extension was granted a the years was reached at 305,494 tons in people while in their homea, This Bradley dlrac11 of the state ttsh and The 1929 consumption had figure is staggering when you con- - ground last Sunday morning. b iUrtad u ur The Civics Clubs of Southern Utah reIueilt ot 11,8 defendants, who said 1921. But by a was from flue. defective caused fire aafcUn The record gider that only 36,000 people were r Which Tintic District has a num- - lhT would be unable to have their risen to 889.293 tons. the of ,tV flames ,t0? the attic rfcr,.T starting In. CRae prepared by November 25th. year for tha United States copper killed on the highways of tha United tional area, and when finished will her r memhara held thair two-da- v war waa In states. In fact the figures indicate the building and before they were the in Overfleld Mr. for Tlia 1 during production s fisherman and attorn3,a mny week-enparadise Beaver last nrM)nn discovered the whole roof was burn- - b. rec-- that become a state farm for raising person la Just as aafe any-ar-a yet hrnnrht un for thil action also are attorneys for a 1918,waswith 954,266 tons. This lth where as they also coallderatton'chlef among them the roup of alleged liquor law violators, ord in their own home. lug. u '4 - This should a Through th. .ttoru of th. f.mllr of domestic 1,001,bn .total consUtutlonal the whoaa production attack new Roosevelt Highway, over which 4 la down thl. ataciwln, o.l standpoints Is 432 tons, there is considerable squabbling as a tt tttt I undar a high nKure ia to educate people to the court Ia the auprem Pndln Utah wajr la lha placln6 of R dam to Its routing. Tha Southern home uken S'hnt little duAr for tha purpose of ia- at Burrastons necessary precaution and this is Association ia working hard to have and saved , , eature of the Red Cross which is go-- i area from approxl-in- g the 'weaning pond Grand of road to routed the have t la reported Th by way to be pushed. 16 Lives in a Churn w,aer,i bMn owned by the congressional Junction, Price, Thistle, Spanish tats tha Placiof The alx things tha Red Cross Kata church, with headquarters in Boston, Tb dlb w111 Fork, Eureka, Delta, Ely and thenca 1500 cubic yerds of dirt which is reminders to prevent seel- - iftss.a but for yein it hn been re on to the coast and the club la putaided In by various Mammoth faml- - takan out naar tta araa- - Th laf ting forth every effort to have thla with be route adopted. kept lies. As far as can bs learned there 01 tha dlka u t0erosion. to rock reprevent Nothing new developed wllh After tha pond has beta enlarged gard to the contemplated new road tha original unit will be drained and a In are utensila and themselves are another between Eureka and Salt Lake via properly atored; settling of thU ouh All .l.d,.hl. art. Cedar Valley, but at the Beaver Muttmou. ' mldope. I44" V"'11 hop:; such as carp, suckers and chub, will meeting a committee composed of try, long a large consumer, will use out of tha reach of children; bon-- , .be removed and tha whole area will L. A. Waynaught of Milford, Marlon 200,000,000 pounds of copper this fires are ibe restocked with game fish. are fireplaces Hanrle, chairman of the Millard prohibited, year, and tt is estimated that 1936 screened; utensila filled with hot! tt la also included in the plana to county commission, J. F. Rowe of will total 235,000,000 'tear requirements out tha old spillway and chanB. A. of Otbson imall from are Nephl, Eureka, and liquids kept away 0Unda- nel the district so that boats can go was named to look into this matter phllifran The building industry thla year has into all areas of the pond. This proor windows are, and. report back to the directors. A tha demand by taking 135,- - The garage door helped run- gram will create an lalaud In tha were number of other road projects T ttu.t.00.000 lnunj, of ..0 of tho pond. 'middle In! are discussed at more or less length. The aPPKancea kept uVe l7MOoioOo"p'oVml I irupon "to Another project of Juab county, en off shut dub' also took time out to give W. D. the gas good condition, In 1936. .which la now pending and which Is unt,, ,r defec,lve Rishel, preaident of the Utah State wu!1men The electric refrigeration Industry ,lre,f , estimated to cost 114,000, It approvcan ha made. Automobile Assodatlon, a bit of a will uaa about 3,000,000 pounds this "Pjlra la-- : ed, will be used to beautify the area. Mr. In seems stored ara Medicines Rishel, that clearly panning. It year, and this demand aeema likely, heled containers, necessary poisons Tho county will plant lawn and trees In Salt Lake, Is who 4s on tha Island and make It suitable bucking tha Roosevelt Highway be.of. l Another growing new use la In the for n picnic ground. About 60 scree and ahould ba removed from tin ing routed by way of Eureka form of thin shaala on various types food ,1a to be cleaned up of all rocks and Delta f iu other words he la opposing rnbblsh. A nine hole golf courts la the Civics Clubs of Southern Utah, planned on this ana In the future and If his present tactics ara continufor nae of local aportamen. ed he has u change of becoming In The Burraiton pond and tree of bed ytandlng with a large portion of la experiencing an Leon ilant, handy sheet and Gilded copper 10 acres was deeded to the about' tho people of southern Utah. nan In the village of Koaseau, Minn increased demand for use in protec-.- .. Utah by R. J. Burraston on state of Thsrq waa pne meeting on Satur, me consistently refused the aid of urtrt. tt.,..,, 25, 1901. ThU. Included .February one and at Sunday morning day and federal relief agencies, al-- , jstato Mile Two the Springs and various or disposed of promptly. Immediate Beaver, and on Saturday night the though his age and Inactivity make other springs of the area. Stare that During the past few days acveral attenll0ll la gWeil t0 aU WOunds. P,n- - obt?,n'd 'time other granU have been made caaeB of scarlet fever have drelP- i'1" which Congressman Murdock?"? estate of a de- - ed jn Eureka. In view of the fact from churn Und the elate has purchased propTolton, State Road Commissioner Xp.nct creamery where he once was era- that la many lections of the state The Utah unit of the American erty until tt amounts to 90 acres. Hammond and others spoke. This John Henry Lewis la the light heavy- - Only 00 acres of thla amount will be and has mada it hla home for the dlaeaae haa reached epidemic alltute of Mining and Metallurgical waa followed by a dance. the put four years. A crude bed, oil proportions ths city quarantine offl- - Engineers ara holding their monthly, weight champion of the world. The improved, the balance being of such The next meeting of tho Associattore, clock and other scant necea car jB going to be slrlot ia keep- - mooting at 8alt Iaike City today. T1n- - Arisons negro won hU title tn 8L nature that tt cannot be naed. ed Civics Clubs of Bouthern Utah the furnishings of hla tb0Be Louis,. Mo when he decisively defeat- are who members titles In, several within comprise tie their has will be at St. George on December ' d Bob Olio, New York fighter. Shallowness tends to vanity own premises. attendance. adupted home. Jlth. I ays-cal- ge . ! fi ' doc-mig- ht , - . Brighter Outlook Red Cross Names for Copper Mines Safety Committee iln T . - tt 0 ra - ar tt , d. ' tt ... ... ' . " !!. one.? m1 . I rip-rapp- ed S .. " self-center- ed ? ed under-quarantin- . t L e . .