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Thursday, August 1, 19i0. EUREKA REPORTER Pape 2 WEEKLY OIIK HIlll'MENTH - Tlntfc Standard Mammoth United 8talta Mine North Lily I'tah Fir Clay Co. (ailiml 0 rand Central Colorado Conn Mountain View Chief Conn ('Mi-Coiia. (dump ore) ... 1 Total Carload HTOfK HALK Monday. llulllou 1 Hi. North Lily Car. Kun-k- TufMlay Eureka llulllou Ike. North Lily 54c. Tintli: Standard $3.60. Tint li Uad 10c. . WcrincNiluy Tim it Lead Hr. JU Complete Candidate List For Juab County. Road Commission Studies Patrol Report. MALE M-JB- MXG I.Y The The atate highway patrol la deter' IS mined to atop traffic vlolutlona, and II la niuklnK a vlKoroua drive against to the 3 candeaa motorist, accord In I report which waa aubmllted tu the 1 atate road comnilaalon last week and I told how many arreata had heen I made and how much money tuken In 1 oil flnea. 1 la However, an InlereNtliiK fact -- that 463 arreata were made for lark HO of official In comment Inapcrtlou. I ii K on thla phase of the report W. e H. Ilammond, chairman of the atate toad cummlaalon, aaid that It la fleult for the comnilaalon to under- a jatnnd the reluctance of aome inulur-jatto have their earn inapected. I "It wuuld naturally aoem that men would be anxious to have their 'cara inapected for their own safety," said Mr. Ilammond. It la. after all, done for tha protection of all motor lata, IncludliiK tha man who objecta to the Inspection. If all automobile owners would keep their cara In flrat claaa condition at all timer there would lie no need for Inspection. Thu commission la deteruiln-tha- t there will lie no let up on the matter of safe cars aa well aa safe drivers so long an there are any traffic futaltiea on our highways." CHOIll'S Kt'ItKKA. Nebo Stake male chorus, der the leadership of J. A total of 162 cuaea of communic- D. able disease for the stale was reported to the State Board of Health SAWED CEDAR KINDLL1NG for the week Just ending. This Is $3.00 load. Call 146-- j of 96 fewer than were reported for the D. RPNNELLS. WOOD aeo R. week previous. There were two esses of poliomy- FOR RENT Good cabin and garago separate or together. Irvin elitis reported, one from Trice and Eagle Street. the oilier from Provo, Thin makei a total of 17 reported so fur IMPORTANT TO RESIDENTS OP thla year. A factory trained Radio, TLNTIC One case of typhoid frver w;:s reMachine. Refrigerator Washing ported from Spring viile. This is the Ynruuin Sweeper BERVliT ,ipi the second from that area within MAN. from the Griffith's Appdm pust two weeks. An investigation is a n re Service Shop at the FurniU. being carried on by Dr. ture Exchange, 310 West Center Moeuch of Provo, but so far he ha f'rovo, will be lu this disStreet, been unable to determine ihe source trict once a week to do aervk-of the infection. work. If you need any service on Other communicable diseases rerndlo or other appliances. your chicken ure as follows: ported pot n card to the abova adJust drop 20, measles 31, mumps 5, pneumonia 24. Provo, or leave Phone or dress 3, scarlet fever 4, septic sore throat Eureka Reporter, word at the 1, tuberculosis 1, whooping cough 78, gonorrhea 5, syphilis 11, FOR SALE 7 room furnished home Fifteen couuties were reported as 2 bedrooms, parlor, dining room being free from communicable pantry and wash room. Bargain for cash. A. G. Gourley. Ni-ph- 1111!-mu- Iti-pu- Slate Hepresentatlve; Fred Mllllman, Mammoth, Demo. I. J. Bandera, Nephl, Demo. M. M. King, Mona, Itepub. John S. Nielson, Mona, Itepub. County Attorney: Jnmes P. McCune, Nephl, Demo. Kdw. Pike, Eureka, Demo. Jack Chrlstopheraon, Eureka, FOR SALE 7 room house, 2 garages, coal house, csrpeuter shop, terms to responsible party. Jesse Multhewa. - un- Christensen, will entertain Tlntic people at a concert ou Sunday evening, August 18th, in the Eureka ward rhnpel. The chorus Includes twenty-fiv- e W. (. Andrews, lionincrate. voices, accompanied by Clara Johnson. Clifford liailey la president and Wilford lielliston, Nephl, Demo. Michael M. O'Gura, Nephl, Demo. Janie Grump la manager. Thla la a return engagement by Hpenter E. Forrest, Neplil, request and Judging from the attenTwo Year Commissioner: dance to the last concert It Is beL. W. lairsen, Mammoth, Demo. lieved the house will be filled to Hurry Foote, Nephl, Itepub. W. Ileber Jonei, Kureka, Itepub. The complete list of candidate.! seeking to huvo their names placed on the ballot for Juab county at the fall election are aa follows: Pour year Commissioners; LOCAL ADS Sharp Decline In Diseases Says Health Report. TO cs-e- DELEGATES NAMED TO STATE M ICEMEN'S MEETING. At the election Of deleguie to tLe State Firemen's Convention, to e bo held in Logan on August 39, 30 and 81, the following members were named to represent tha Eureka Fire Fred Tasker, Hex Department: Hickman, John tiatley and Edward Fox. Alteraatea are 0. A. Frank, Leslie Randle, Hamilton Laird and William Bacon. Chief William Laird, Assistant Chief Frank Hannifin and State Slato Senator: K. Frank Iilrch, Eureka, Itepub. Harry Pitts, Eureka, Itepub. P. J. Fennell, Eureka, Demo. Don Dulton, Kureka, Demo. Wilford Dailey, Nephl, Demo. 10H RENT Partly furnished modTrustee John J (Sport) Hannifin, REGISTRATION DAYS HUE The senatorial district comprises are ern home, 5 rooms. Call 69. delegates at large. lvKEX ANNOUNCED. both Juab and I'tah counties. DEPENDABLE COAL Cleaner and Thla la the county list only. Of GAUD OK THANKS The following dales have been hotter. Once tried always satiscuurse there will be a long Hat of designated as regisration days: K. L. Lemmon, coal dealer. fied. for candidates district, congresslal, We wish to thank everyone for the Demand For Red Metal August 13ili and 17th. Phone 133R4. and senatorial officea. kindness and consideration shown us Increased Price. September luih and 17th. during our recent bereavement, causOctober 8ih, 15th, 29th and 30ih. Legal Blanks at Reporter office. ed by the death of our little baby. Ifeuiand for copper In the dosing Mr. and Mrs. George Hyde. days of the week Increaaed percept ' ihly and the price rebounded quickly GEMS OK THOl'GHT Them Daltons Ride Again". So from lOlfcc to 10c a pound deliv-- l a mm sang old Jack Dalton, mysConnecticut Valley base, or h of the till he tery west, swearing tent burlier on the week, according A prayer In Its simplest definition died that he was one of that famto the New York metal market. Is tfte nieri.ly a wish turned hot weather lighten ous gang even though the records During Nv. I .ending producers throughout your ironing by folding neatly with- had all the Brooks. Philllp safequick shooting boys inninialncd their prices unchanged out Practice In life whulver you pray ironing all turkish towels, night ly under the aod. Don't miss this at 11 '4c a pound delivered In the clothes and God will give It io you more and sheets. for, feature illustrated in the thrilling 0 0 0 valley. Tha I04c price, low since abundantly. Puaey. nr American disWeekly, the magazine last August, waa of brief duration. If a teaspoon of cold water and a tributed with Prayer la the utilization of the AnLos week's next Iluylng of lead during the week pinch of salt are added to the whites love wherewith He lovra us. Mary BOTTLED geles Examiner. was lu fairly good proportions, al- of eggs when Baker Eddy, making a meringue, it though not steady on a day to day will be light and Bully. He prayeth best who loveth best. . ST i Tafr From the lop of the Brocken, haala. Price closed firm at cents Coleridge. Harz of the peak highest mountains, to 5 05 cents u pound delivered at To remove mustard stains from In prayer it la better to have a, in Germany, one cun see li's shadow New York and 8.85 cents a pound at table linen, boil stained heart without words, than words' part in the eastern sky at sunset. Ht. Louis, without a quart of water, to which one tea- agkinst is known aa The the phenomenon Inquiry and sales of glue were es- spoon of washing soda has been Brockengespenst, or specter of the timated to have run closo to the added. Brocken. 0 0 0 hravy business recorded for the Rubber Wall Material Adhesive tape may be quickly and ii g week when approximately The rubber industry is experi8000 tona were contracted. Price painlessly removed from the skin if menting with a rubber wall matesoftened with benzine. Saturate a ended firm at 6.35c a pound. rial for houses. Operations In the steel Industry sponge with benzine and wash tape continued to expand and steel lead- with it. 0 0 0 Notice Of Dissolution Of ers were optimistic regarding the By John Harvey Furhay, Ph.D. a loaf of cake as near the Place outlook. Intimations that automoPartnership. bile Industry would shortly enter the center of oven as possible. If placed market for 1941 requirements have close to the firebox one side of cake MANY DOCTORS ARE MOT Notice la hereby given by the unled many to anticipate expanding de- will rise higher than the other and DOCTORS AT AU. dersigned that the to is burn. likely mand for light steels, particularly lAiiuxiaitcd Newspapers WNU Service, t lately existing between us, under the sheet and atrip. lirm name of the Eureka Reporter, The a rma nieiil program Is FIRST MILESTONE engaged In the business of publishto produce Inquiries for ing a newspaper and operating a Job lur products and merchant ban printing plant at Eureka, Juab Co., sieel demands remain I'tah, was on the 10th day of July, active, with good export orders, 1940, dissolved by mutual agreefrom Itailroud tsbly Kngland. buyment. I"IC la expected to increase ahortly The unfinished business of the coj and Include orders for rails and partnership will be attended to by track accessories. E. Rife, one of the undersigned, I , I FRIDAY - SATURDAY i My Neighbor August 2nd and !tnl -- -8 one-ma- Says : m n (Ind-war- Good Hem!J d. mtmm inBOHO! j & lliiaiphrfjr BOG A RT -- J, ffrty LYNN SUNDAY - V DEBUNKER it! TIWIUI M.in"Koiirs Into Action Again 20 MULE TEAM Surfing I WALLACE BEERY let CARRILLO Map an. i pre-re- d MONDAY llli ami .till August ! -- heart.--Buny- MvMsI RAMBEAU it? Ana BAXTER begln-jnlu- g MATINEE HI' N HAY Semi-finishe- TUESDAY Hill AugUat ONLY STM ! j - Jfcd Roach I OLIVER LAUREL& HARDY IMPROVEMENTS LOCAL RINK. M IE AT . The Commercial Service Corporation has just completed a wonder ful Job of Improvement on iheli ' I' u I lil I tig which la the admiration of Not only has the place everyone. been redecorated Inside but the exterior received a fresh rout of paint. In addition lu this new and modern mciun blinds have been placed ,hM n,ln ,ro,,t of ,ho lnHlitu', I 'I II DIG 10 CENT BARGAIN SHOW N WEDNESDAY ,rThere are - THURSDAY August Till anil tttli many building on Main which could aland a coat of paint and thus Improve the appear ance of the street. much HERBERT No more "Hicks" so no mure tease the strip. Illlly Rose, the well known impresario of beauty, defends the bathing suit against Ihe birthday suit and hail happy Improvements In the tastes of audience In an illustrated feature in The . A!,,,'rl,,m the magazine In ",. 0 KEEFE MOORE SOMETHING NEW! iikkkhe'ti Jean the immortal marks her Brat milestone. Jean la the baby who It being raised by metaphysicians at their Oakdale, L. 1., peace haven," where no earthly cares nor bothers can penetrate. There are no laws in this country forbidding anyone to use the title f doctor" in front of his name. Because of this, there are thousands of quacks passing themselves off on the public as "doctors of various kinds medical, psychological and spiritual. There are even "Doctors of Astrology." If a medical doctor is a bona fide physician, he does not usually. put the title doctor" in front of his name, but puts Ihe initials M. D." alter his name. The correct place to look for a doctor's title is at the end of hie name, not at the beginning since most anyone can stick a "doctor" in front of his name, but only a graduate medical doctor can out "M. D." after hia name. 'Altaic Ledger WNU and tho aald C. E. Rife Is hereby au- thorlzed to collect, receive and receipt for all moneys, goods and properties dun and accruing to said partnership, and to discharge all obligations of the said and to perform all its unexplred t. CODE NOS. con-trac- Dated at Eureka City, Juab Coun- ty, I'tah, this 10th day of July, 1940. .C. E. RIFE J. VERN RIFE Date of First Pub. July 11, 1940. Date of List Pub. Aug. 1, 1940. QUARTS 216 PINTS 217 OMMA. BRAND (SOWS FORMAN OIITIIUIF CO.. INC0IF0IRTI0 Ot Imo.Ht, KnftkAh Am JS70 jr Service. I Growing Industry "Vs-kly- ,rl, h 1U.XI ww.k., JMI An. s gelcs Examiner. mV n, Is It MODERN MANNER Protected Against fire? (SSr Th Newkows a S 200,000. Kota! U omapUtiiif 00 nwdernlalnf and isdacaratinf pragma that makes available the meat Mlatanding and eeaplaU aeeoaaedatlano in the West at out SAME POPULAR PRICES. . .Splendid feed at moderate prices will he found in euz CATETERIA and DININO ROOM. 400oUTSIOI I OOMS WITH IAIN INEWHOUSE HOTEL Established In I'lsh In Ihe early twenties, the Columbia Steel company, western subsidiary of the I'ulled Slates Steel, ha expanded It operations many time. Growth of this Industry, shown la a aaw picture above, U Indicative of the expansion of Industry that ran lake place In a slate whe resources are a great as they are In I'tah. lu addition to It own expansion, the iadflc Coast Cast Iron Plpo company has built a plant for tho Manufacture of plpo to tho Columbia plant at Ironton, using largely product! of Ihe hitter plsnt. Columbia contributes $1,006,000 annually to 1'uh poyrolls. Approximately 1.000.000 tons of freight are moved annually by Ihe company which brings to tho railroads some $2,000,000 In freight revenue. The companyi plant near I'rnvo ow operates 16 coke oven with a rapacity each. Utah coal coked per dny equal 1.02$ tone g 600 tons of metallurgical coke. I3.oiio.0imi cubic feet of gas, 1 3, mm gallon of tar. together with a quantity of amonlura sulphate and motor fuel. The tar I used to producs flotation oils and creoote. Amnnlum sulphate Is consumed largely in Isclllc Coast stales. Th company's blast furnace Averages approximately $06 tuna of pig iron per day and rousumes 900 turn of Iron ore dally. These materials are manufactured from products of coal and Iron mines owned and operated by Columbia Hied company la Carbon and Iron counties In I'teh. These Industries a marked contra! to the small plant hleh was built near Cedar City lu 1$ and Indieat what ran can develop when resources are available. ton-co- pro-ducln- present A home is one of the proudest possessions & person has, and therefore the investment should be protected. The cost is so little that no one can af- ford to be without it. Hanover Fire Insurance Co. of N. Y. Fire and Automobile C. E. RIFE, Agent Phones 36 or 228 Insurance.