fa EUREKA- - REPORTER 2 WEEKLY OKK BHIPMKNTH .... U. S. 941 Birth Rate ' Highest in History Commercial Service Corp. Plans To Close. Curb On Sage Hen Poaching Has Been Effective. Thursday, August IS, 1942. FOR VICTORY Advance Information la to the that cur- from Juab and hct that the Commercial Service Tooele counlire have been poaching Corporation of Ibla city la planning Record .!!!! 2.500,000 Figure Due sage lion for three or four week on closing Ha doora on the flrat of It la understood that To War Conditions. , ijpaKt. but henceforth it la going to September, and '. g be coatly for those who practclng the reason for this action la lack of business. g this game of sport. War conditions WASHINGTON. In the next Issue of the Reporter resulted in 1941 in the Deputy Game Warden Hanson of l largest re35 Goshen, with certain assistance, hua it is believed that a statement will corded bit ih rate in the history of In several Tooele hunters be published by Max Thomas of the die United 1 rounded States, Miss Katharine I with sage hens In their possession. Commercial Bank of Nephi, who has Lenroot, chief of the children's buand the fines have been severe 125 supervised the Service business in reau of the department of labor, reKurcka since Its Inception. 7S un(1 confiscation of all guns. ToihI fVrinnrU ported to congress. of this sort are Just right Nearly 2.500,000 births were rey torPines it means that the game thus corded last year, 140,000 more than cured costs about 8 per pound and in 1940, Miss lenroot reported. She maybe more. estimated that the birth rate will Those Tlnlic sportsmen" who increase very materially in the next have been sneaking Into West Tintlc Goodness consists uot in the out- - year or two." on similar missions may one of these ward things we do, but In the In- In every war period, she said, Chlcf Cons. 2Se. there is a great tendency toward i .Vorth Idly 42c duys find themselves In the same ward thing we are. Chapin. Thu reality and Individuality o( early marriages and an Increased Jack pot. Tlnlic Standard e, The real sting of a violation o( man are good and and birth rate, and that ia true at this: Eureka Standard 7c I this sort Is that the offender. In ad- they are here to be seen and demon- - period." Mammoth 27r Miss Lenroot appealed to the con- - j o Idillon to paying a fine, loses his gun pirated; It is only the evil belief that end also his license to hunt anything lenders them obscure. Mary Baker gress and to the country to consider TUESDAY health problems. She gave the tol- No sales of Tintlc mining share in Utah fur a year. Eddy, Is by no Man's rapacities have never been lowing illustrations of the situation were reported on the exchange. measured; nor are we to Judge of existing in certain defense areas: O'- o what ho cun do by any precedents. In Oklahoma it is reported that a WEDNESDAY. powder plant now being built in e There were no sales of Tintlc Mining and Iegal Blanks for Sule m little has been tried. Henry Ha ul the Reporter Office, Eureka, Utah, vld Thoreau. community of 500 will employ from mining stocks. The reward of one duty Is the 6,000 to 10,000 workers. In the whole area there is only one physician, power to fulfill another. George Elwho is 75 years old, and there are liot. OFFICIAL UNITED STATES TREASURY of life depend no hospital facilities. In South CarThe expectations upon diligence; and the merhanlc olina a community of 25,000 with UTAH that would perfect his work, muat five doctors reports that three of them have gone into military servfirst sharpen his tools. Confucius. We cannot afford to be halfway in ice leaving only two elderly physianything. The whole hearted man cians who have virtually retired la the one who aucceeda in this world from practice. There are 498 counties, or about FOR AUGUST Mary E. Mixer. h of all the counties in the . o United States, which have defense of Secthe 10. East C LOCAL ADS D. Rjrkics WASHINGTON, Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Aug. areas. As of last July, 89 of those in the Black H:lia of Peak Bond Harney War announced the of the August Treasury, today retary counties had no public health nurs- - h Dakota, which reaches an al room unfurnished Quotas for the 3,070 counties in the nation totalling $815,000,000. South ing service; 254 had no prenatal of 7.2 !2 feet, is the highest titude W. L. Brady. house, The August quota for the State of Utah is $2,350,000. 198 had no child health clinics and !:v mountain east of t'.c In arriving at the county quotas for August the Treasury De- point conferences. FOR SALE OR RENT Modern re Crowned Marine King sldence, good locallun. See L. D. partment took into consideration major factors affecting incomes Because pilots accidenChild. which in turn cause significant variations in sales during the tally dropped a custard pie on the twelve-mont- h period. head of Lieut. Robert Rhodes ot the In Georgia Bark' Shrub FOR SALE 6 room partly modern Hereafter actual Bond sales in the various states will be com- marine corps, natives of an island Mr- GA.- -A sub.titute tor ALBANY. pared with quotas on a cumulative basis. The amount by which near Haiti made him king for re- quinine may be found Ameri- an in sales fall short of or exceed quotas in any month will be added ceiving food from Heaven. can shrub known as Georgia bark. WORKMEN WANTED Laborers at to or subtracted from quotas for future months. o Dr. James C. Andrews of the de- an hour, carpenters $1.25 an TAX KENOI.ITIOV OP EUREKA Quotas by counties are: of biological chemistry of also all kinds of ronstruc-th- e partment hour; j 4 TIT. UTAH. PASSED AND of Carolina's North University tlon equipment operators, etc. S Beaver, $10,200; Box Elder, $42,200. APPROVED. school of medicine, has been expert- mues east of St. John Sistlou, at Cache, $86,300; Carbon, $72,400. with the medicinal proper-menting ophir. 6 months Job. Councilman Muynard Cronin uffvr-i- d ' ties of the plant. Daggett, $1,100; Davis, $35,300; Duchesne, $7,700. writ ih following resolution in RENT Partly modern fi room Emery, $4,600. Other scientists also are studying ' Garfield. $3,000; Grand, $7,300. furnished house near t hurch S . ing: Georgia bark, known botanically as Be It resolved by the City Council Mrs. Paul Juber. See Iron, $26,600. tor Pinckneya pubens, and orders of Eureka City, Utah, that the tax as much as 100 pounds have been re- Juab, $10,000. 4 of Eureka City. Utah, fur the year ceived by the department of agrlcul- Kane, $6,500. lllshed honil!. assessed and levied is 1942. hereby Millard, $18,500; Morgan, $5,200. ture. The bush, now in full bloom t: os follows, of pink and green, grows best in the Piute, $1,900. 5 mills on the dollar of taxation i damp wooded places between here WANTED Good houses that can ba Rich, $1,900. all real and personal property moved If priced reasonable. HomeSalt Lake, $1,464,500; San Juan, $2,300; Sanpete, $33,900; ou within the corporate llmlta of Eure-- t land Realty Co., Provo, Utah. Sevier, $24,500; Summit, $23,100. ka City, Utah, made taxable by law ...a Secrets Guards Tooele, $17,700; Japan to defray contingent expenses. ( Ujntah, $7,000; Utah, $149,200. 4 mills on the dollurs of taxation' True Velvet By Drowning Chinese Wasatch, $8,700; Washington, $12,800; Wayne, $1,400; Weber, on all real and personal property Tiuc velvet is u labile tr.r.de ol conservative! The ... CHUNGKING. a $264,200. within the corporate limits of I. Y lteaury newspaper Ta Kung Pao reported , ,llK City, made taxable by law to that the Japanese have drowned purchase water sources, streams ana many Chinese workers, perhaps ( are which streams appro lands upon tft V thousands, in the Amur river to) prlated; also canals; also to con- guard the secrets of fortifications WITH UNCLE SAM struct water courses; and to supply which they had built along the iMUMMUliUkiSsMM water tor irrigation and other purManchukuo-Russia- n border. Bodies poses. been seen floating down the have COM0AT ENGINEERS.. . 4 4 mills on the dollar of taxation river between the two countries with and enjoy the tchiskey I on all real and personal pioperly hands and feet bound tightly. m within the corporate limits of EureMost of the workers were seized CHEER fVL AS I7S MLlE ka City made taxable by law to conin Hopei and Shantung provinces1 s struct and repair streets and and taken to Manchukuo to conand drains. struct the fortifications which, the 1 mill on the dollars of taxation newspaper said, were mostly in vsst on all real and personal property virgin forests close to the Manchuwithin (he corporate limits of Eurekuo side of the Amur. ka City made taxable by Ir.w to con-- : BRAND struct. Improve, open and repair sew- Has New Type of Glass KENTUCKY STRAICRT BOURBON THINK EY r and drains. or taxation dollar 2 on the mills 4 That Withstand Bombs Makayenrtclf a cool driuk with on all real and personal property this grand, genial bonrben. SOUTH AFRICA. CAPETOWN. within the corporate limits of EureSaver ha meUowneaa and fin of the Capetown uni- -' Two members Ihe for law eld time flavor I Yen'll cbeer taxable by ka City made staff said today they had erection and maintenance of the City,i vastly discovered an Inexpensive method of HAH. window glass with Thfi RE in CMASGS 1 mill on i lie dollar of taxation on making ordinary of a the stand explosion wlth-J or LOAD CONSTRUCTION AND 90.4 Proof all real and personal property bomb 70 feet away. REFNR... National DUillrri Trod. Coco, N. Y. L, In the corporate llmlta of Eureka Even if the glass were shattered, ' Wli9f(lhllllUlggtSaWMBkWVWwvxwnaMa City mude taxable by law for the) the danger of splinters flying was iiiL maintenance of the library fund. reduced, they said. greatly The total amount levied being IS The men who made the discovery mills on tlie dollar. George Stewart, a lecturer on civ- - j Counrllman Chaa. Ilaun moved il engineering, and F. Walker, s' the adaption of the resolution, woof geology conducted, unded by Councilman Theodore professor with gov- - ( their experiments secretly, Haynes. The Muyor ordered the said tha eminent They of the roll upon the question railing process would be made available to of the resolution. The roll being railed upon the the United Nations. resolution, the vote was as follows: Italian Officers Sell Counrllman Cronin, Yea. .. i niv mni p n ttol Lrasa . . . Bullion North Lily I'nlted States Mine's Mammoth It IS ef- - ia common knowledge u,n "aportamen'' 7 1 1 - ! I God-mad- - WAR BOND QUOTAS one-sixt- F0P.V1CT0RY I H-.- BUY j C UNITED STATES Jr WAR j irvoNDS AND STAMPS j rent on everybody with a djllar to apare ean shoot a gua but everybody can straight to the bank and N- to-wi- -t fbuy Was Bonds. Buy your every pay day. Eu-lek- iaaltotoRsaaa ; that: J t.l ItKKA LODGE V a NO. IS, 1. O. F Meets Every Wednesday 7:20 P. M.. I. O. O. F. HALL tailing Brothers Invited to Attond KENNETH SPURRIER. N. O. A. M. ROSS. Secy. tide-walk- OLD Sunny Brook Neil ODonnell Mortuary I Dignified Service ai Nominal Charge. PHONE 54 i 500-poun- d ( Counrllman Fairbanks, Yes. Counrllman Ilaun. Yes. Counrllman llaynes. Yes. False Sick Leave to Men BERNE. SWITZERLAND. Italian newspapers reported that nins Yes. Councilman Smith, Italian medical ofliccrs. including a The Mayor thereupon ihe major and five captains, have been .resolution passed and adopted. sentenced by a court martial at WILSON LEE. Bari, southern Italy, to terms of Attest: Mayor solitary confinement ranging from FRANCES ANDERSON. 7 to 15 years tor selling certificates City Recorder. of convalescencs" to healthy solI State of Utah diers. County of Juab ) ss. II Corricre Della Sera of Milan City of Eureka ) said 23 soldiers also were sentenced I. Frances Anderson, hereby renl to six to seven years of military confy that I am the duly elected, quali finement and 12 civilians were given fled, and artlng City Recorder or 4 to 14 year prison terms in conEureka City, Utah, that the above nection with the certificate!. and foregoing resolution levying and assessing the tax on all taxable property. both real and personal, n He Pays With Nickel City, Juab County, Sim nf Ihe When Baby Is Born Utah, for year IS42, was duly and adopted at a regular passed JERSEY CITY. N. meeting of Ihe City Council of Ku Bunio, shipyard workrrka City, held on the 7th day of er, pushed s large pickle jar and August. 1942. and that the above is a mayonnaise jar across the The attractive red, white and blue window aticker, pictured above, ia a full. true, correct and compared cashiers desk at Margaret Hague the new yardstick of patriotism in the War Hand drive throughout the ropy of the minutes of paid Maternity hospital here and annation. With the alogan, Everybody every pay day, ten percent," awcep- - Council meeting That's for the little nounced: to aald pertaining Ing the country, patriotic Americans on the home front are rallying to their lesolutlon. one. The 880. saved tor two yenrs. Government's appeal tor funds with which to help finunce the war. Ilia FRANCK ANDERSON. paid tor hospitalization tor his home which displaya the ten percent" sticker is doing its share toward wife and baby girl. Recorder City Victory for Amrrica and the United Nations. The slickers are being dis- Dated' August 7 Inbuted through total War Savings Chairmen... tDsls pf jyb. a'U. JJ r.j" in:.; " ' .. wr ' J , ; a J.-Sl- eplun - m Oh II Anj Time Day or Night.