Vh- rr EOBEKA BEPOBTEfi 6T Fnpe t-- - S UZJJJiW v lJ Al Tax Tokens Proving Very Heavy Storm In Eureka Last Friday Evening Unpopular In This State Cli 1; . - , 'nm TBawdy,J.Vfel9a, " ni 1,11,1 1 hii, Twenty Years Ago I TONIGHT - ONLY Thursday, July 15th - I0IIS Reports from Sail Lake 'Hy that Dior than two hundred business men havo atarted organized tion to ths tax tokens which arc now being circulated throughout the state and maintain that the tokens are proving a nuisance to both the customer aud a merchant, espe dally to the latter, It requirin'; more than twice the amount of work when It comes to tallying up receipts for the day and necessitabook- additional of deal a great ling be- NOUN JOIN I0LES $80.00 Cash Drawing opposl-jromln- g ua yu Dont Miss It. CL'ARKtCABLEI ! mdonTudI - AHomenot - , Tlnilc Mine officials were predicThe silver. n ounce for ling II.S was sorld war demand for metals all sky them of the prices forcing high. . started at three dif- j nronertlra 1 Tlutlc. George W1i kojk deeper at a Tlntic, George ltyaii awarded MmZluc Tlutlc l0UtrMct l0 Hink the W. D. lug company shaft, and wg rMkdy t0 nd down the Central jm properly The Eureka iosl Office went into the second rlass .0 years ago. MiU pasl eXaiied ruler ofju Uoatou at. convention of naUoual .j , ti,a in " yuuug uiu of Mr. and Mrs. Rodnty KuuuelU, eliol himaclf thru the hand with u 23 rifle, ; I ji, c1 Biggest Bargain of the Year. V- keeping. By some. It Is declared, Ing more expensive than If they , . suuied the total 2 per cent tax. attor; ; j Ball Uke Brigham Clegg, . BBd p,aBI1 tb "' ,k,'B nF. United states Will Sell to order in ;; meeting t0 of public Gold and Purchase Silver. set true cross-sectio- n REFRIGERATORS opinion. He also branded the pres--t t system of coIJeciIng the sales A dispatch from Washington last week end stated Secretary Morgen- - tax by tokens a nuisance tax. than and I)r. II. If. King, Chinese Attorney Clegg continued: The the bMl conimliulon hu not flnanc ulnhtrr, hud tulered Into in agreement under which China will discretion in Inaugurating tb? j'rB' collection. buy a ''substantial amount" of gold, "e,,t When America buys opposed lo Ihe use of tokens, the In n Joint alatement the Chinese G-refrigerators at the he perdenomination ulxbt and American fiacal heude said that one a minute you of rate of to If limited purchaaeJ the United Htatea would buy allver bet can its "the big Duy of the Of0r,M renti or from China In addition to that al- ulverI Dont of dean the Ts A. Dells go another summer year. hr, ready belna ncuulred under Ihe orlad al8 fw, a good, dependable, bool of business, has, K. II. Siddoway. of lT,h without inul Chinese silver agreement effort- -' .taken up the fight against the tokens same commissioner, nude 3- - arrests automatic refrigerator. Join the ed last May ' In no oncer- -' at Strawberry . millions of G-- E users and be the Morgenthau and Kung declined at BBd "I'oken bis opinion elate fish and game laws. Most or terms. a liress conference to reveal haw possessor of the thriftiest, firoud k offenders were .lubbl.u fish to ,ookB 80 ' ' ,h much of the treasury's 112.300.000..' i refrigerator money can "pests" are In fur a hectic death iu the Strawberry Ulver. 000 gold hoard would be sold to nations "first choice The buy. I China or how much Chinese silver Pertnl. H BOt tn pr'Jr j.. siiriver. and now costs less than ever to buy, aij ' this country would acquire. Mb Helen. uml Mr. and ;; less than ever to own. dsught-- r. I'urpose of the agreement the Joint Grazing District Will 'Mrs. W. J. Tregoning and children Choose a G--E for Enduring Economy statement aald. Is to assist In stabilWMk vacallon at xiM Hot wr 22 Officers Elect July to ising currency relationships and ;; All Gtatral Electric models late the staled (Hots. augment the gold reserves of the K. H. Frenzell, acting Gwr ii 'llftem Lewis resigned as mar-gratOIL regional; llr.Jt VkJi Chinese central bank. for District No. 2. announces C0CLIM3. 5 Wars Performatut Protection. of the Cuy 0f Mammoth. Kung said the gold acquired from the United States would he left on that an election will be held this, E. F. Kendrick arrived in Eureka month to fill the positions now heldj A mimll down payment will pul any G. E. refrigerator in deposit In this country. your home take over the management of the . to b hoard ollowlnK ,h0 dvisoiy Ha explained It could be used as with as long as SMI niton Im lo pay the balance. C. Stoie. fenny a reserve behind Chinese currency members: John - Jensen of Moroni,' J. I was featured regardles of where It was stored. wmiam KJTafrllon Gold sold to China. Morgenthau atars on Oiher Theatre. LmI ,h 8,ar JJy" said, will come from the treasury's bill were E. H. Sotheru. weekly A ,nd Inactive gold account, which .?! Edith Story. Mae Murray. Harold or d F"7 .boa, A"' Phone 61-Eureka, Utah Arbuckle. omlnations of M l 1 1 1 1 M Ml j The inactive gold fund was started on b be l!1a 0B P' Castella Springs was a popular' ) last December to prevent heavy gold be- Resort 20 years ago. Each Sunday Inflows from artificially bolstering fnd be ballot boxes will be open McAdams, Lou Merriman, Mr. and with her parents. Mr. and Bn . tween the hours of 2 to 5 p. m. dozens of Tintlc people went there. Mrs. Geo. Tlnsman. Ihe domestic credit supply. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Treloar. Both Morgenthau and Kung exMiss Inex Morton was visiting s! George Wheeler. Blanks Sale and fer Legal Mining Rev. Father 8heehun of Bait Like pressed gratification over results of at the Reporter Office, Eureka, Utah. Provo with Mr. aud Mrs. A. K. Mr. and Mrs S. 1). Freed and cliil- - and Rev. Father fushnahaa were is Ihe orlglnsl Chinese silver Olson. dim visited with lrovo friends. Eureka for a visit with Rev. Father The following Eureka prople reof the local Catholic church. liyan Joseph Barton of Mammoth pur turned from 8trawberry with a nice Record Number Of Tourists new Studehuker car. a chased Mrs. Dert Wilder of Mammoth, mess of fish: Mr. snd Mrs. James Visiting Zion National Park Crooks and daughter Marion, Mrs. Mrs. George A. Lanqton of Salt visited with her parents, Mr. and Pat Donnelly, Mr. and Mrs. Warren : Jkp N'elbaur. at Salt Laka. City was in Eureka for a visit Cedar City Ths increase In travel to Zion national park indicates another record year and based on present percentage of Increase, the num-te- r F.BitIXAThC TALKS of visitors by October 1 should LOST BUSKS reach nearly 175,000 officials report. , FRIDAY . SATURDAY July 16th 17th tliaf The follow lug sw Events u IHsldil Tlnll la Happened Ago. Veers of Seme 4 On Friday evening of last week. It city of Eureka who hit by b clouJ I urst of no small proportion, the rain down in torrents for aboU'. ;a half an hour, damaging many of jthe afreets to a certain extent, and wrecking a lot of rip rap aud cement (work performed by the PWA In the storm sewer which runs through the city, Especially was this true at a point Just behind the Alherly build- ing where the flood waters took out the rock rip rap and cement wall, This should be repaired immediately fore a flood of greater power comes aud does more damage. E 1 in-ste- c! er SUNDAY . MONDAY July 18th 19th is IM IICSNICOIOI t Matinee 2 p. m. Sunday. Fum F1 J"?! 'cwri'be S.b.. H.1 jj .U.0.bo finer encMc j GflvnoR. mm ism Bonn ffrwl'l I ll-.thi- Castleton Appliance Co. 1!, w iaiiaaiaaaaaaaaaaAaaaaaaajqxafWtwttt (Bolden ike Piinntoins or w OUT Big Cash Drawing on This Date, This Week Only. Css. The monthly travel report for June, released by path superintendent P. I, fat raw, shows sn Increase for the travel year of 21.04 per cent. Tourists entering tbs park numbered 23.S70 during the month to bring the total number lor the travel year to 04.000, compared to 62.SS1 for the same period last year. Of the total visitors during June, 23,123 persons entered In 7400 motor vehicles, while 728 entered vlu stages or other transportation. Automobiles using public camp grounds in the park show on Increase of nearly 40 percent over last year, the report discloses Indicating the popularity of the traitor house. Visitors have teglstered at the park this year from all state--. United 8talea possessions, the District of Columbia and 23 foreign countries. Utah and California still lead all stales la number of visitors with 21. OS and 10,012 respectively, while Arizona and Illinois are next In line llk 324 and 1705 respectively. GOLDIE'S COLD 1 o s, vale er - inner-sprin- e; llxht-colore- d . J. HARRY K. MILKS. Mgr. K. McUORUICK, Asst. Mgr. rr The great statue of Ruddah at Kamakua, Japan, Is mors than 610 years old and stands 12 ty feci bisk. r IS bard!) fair to s mss. when he guides a arty clear across the mnuutsins from Otlirnrnla to Kansas lo exiiect him to agree with ever) till us a amnrt-aiec- k scout has to sty. So thought Goldie, the weatlier-beuirMiesuiirian who had brought his expe dition safely hack from tlie gold delds of the Far West, lit and the soui could uul agree on various subjects; they were always oa the verge nf qimr reliug, and at last the storm Woke. What a quarrel It was! The scout had gone off, sullen. Goldie remuln-- d with the party, triumphant but si glitly No telling wliat that aiireheiiKve. scout might he up to! Goldie was right. Ths scout had gone ahead and met up w ill sou. 1'awn.ei, and he was arranging with them to capture the perty end grt tM gu!d they were bringing with them. Near w tiers Wichita, Kn., now stand, the fawners came Into view. Goldie lustily rounded up b S charges and harangued them. They n.u- -t light, aid he. hut he reckoned that the Indians were after gold as much as anyand they'd better let him thing hate all there was, so be could get This away and bury It la a anfr pia.-e- . was speedily done. In the excitement of the Iswn-- e atIhe tack, no one on either side notk-eMissourian gilding out of sight. Ths scout, as stton as bis Indian allies had killed everyone In the tralu, began to look for the gold. He could m,t lnJ furthermore, he could m ' Bnd UuMi ,luon tk ,,ln-rM afaln' aDd fathered the I'aw ,h trail, t06fl,'r 10 the meantime, had hurried ,n iir 'au' Artillery muuntalu. In 4 k 'horns, and here he buried the gold a strangely twisted tree, and hast,Bed B-- H'whero on the way ths furaulug Pawnees lust the trail, sud Goldie reached home la s ifety. Not long afterward, the Mismurlaa became very IIL Feeling sure that be would uot live to go back fur ths burled to his treasure, he conttiled Hie wife, and died. Mrs. Uold:e, not wanting tc pit bet woman's slmigili against only knew what perils, preferred to wolt for a while before ehe went Iressui hunting. Their son was six years old; she wbu kept her owe eounscl until become a man. Then she the lad fell thul they might try lo rei over the j wealth which her huabaud had burled . so long a so. They found the mouiiia'n. and (bey found au Indian who owned Ihe ground aud who remembered the location ef Ihe t'wLteil tree. But, al(linifh the. searched long end arncstl, they never found (he gold. T I1U ITS C.l X HK C.INNKII WITHOUT I NK OF M'fl.tK The adwlssiou of light Into n cam- -' era ran be controlled by udjusllng M Fruits may be canned or fruit the speed of the shutter and the xise of the aperture In the dlaphram Juices may be bottled without any of the shutter, usually called the lens sngar. but thry will not hold their or stop opening. color, flavor or shape so well, according to the Bureau of Home Econom. Benjamin Bsnneker constructed ics. Unsweetened canned fruit Is usethe first dock made In America In ful for and also for diets or diabetes. 1764. Juicy fruits such as berries, cher-tiecurrants, and plumbs should be canned In their own Juices rather than with water when no sugar Is axed. Extract the Juice from the riper, fruits by crushing, heating, and then! straining. Pack the remaining fruits closely into glass Jsrs or tin rans without preheating and add enough Ly.h boiling Juice to cover them. Part l rr, ially seal the Jars or exhaust and then sen) tin cans. Process them la ' a bath from 5 lo 20 min- -' ate depending on the density of tbs' NEW SEMLOH HOTEL fruit. Another method Is to precookIhe fruit at simmering temperatures HALT LAKE (TTY for from 3 to 4 minutes and then Under Xew Management pour It Into containers. Seal and (Different Atmosphere) process. less Juicy fruits surh as apModern, rooms, ples,Thepeaches, 'pears, when canned furnished with Blmuons newly without sugar requlrs some water. g Beds, mattresses. Rut to hold all natural flavor posPopular prices. Coffee Shop. sible, lias only the smallest amount Beauty Parlor, Barber Shop, of water necessary. Simply follow Tailor Shop for your ronven-iencths standard directions for canning Oarage In connection these particular fruits using water and most of all at rates that Instead of syrup. more yen get for your money. Honey or syrups are SO to t. wlthont bath II.S xomellmes substituted for all or part Single. of ths sugar canning, but the results to 12.00 with private 11.6 re not so rertale as with granulatbath. ed sugar. hot-wat- gsUMsLIIslns el, nr ur rl ne-ive- t J - A'TrManc oven thumostat Xi n V aix,, 0 rm ' i IniinihM ' SSJS22S i onM . B s H ral,l IimJ SSSSwsSSSS Ilw elMWcilr " uieLJaik dSSdT - - Diavw k sad diahL. U 0 KANDY ASPUANCS OUTUT .-- miIk mil i-. MONCT-fAVIN- I hrlcb Ihm4 itt LAICg STORACC DIAWZI PMaliM, - UNITS M nptac. M, inncmpit .Vi A. -x- kal v miewUme fa, pwcflalw-riv- ECONOMY CMm fSrssr SEE YOUR WESTINGHOUSE cy hl b UmlUd aril Mmia DEALER Utah Power & Light Co. P J. Fennell PAREFULLY read, at the left, the list Ll cl fooluroi this new streamlined rango conlaing. Then see it with your own eyes. YouTl be convinced-immedia- tely that it gives you more value lor your dollar than over before orY I oloctric ranges. And. with prices rising, perhaps never again steadly will you bo 'able to buy o much value lor so littlo money. This offer expires when your dealer's prwont supply in exhausted.