LETTERS FROM I CORRESPONDENTS.! Arcnnd tfce County in Seven ! Days, j Tte t'ti 1 (nrlrgs cf tte fist Week Told Id Detail bj Efficient Correspondents. KAWA. Kama, I'taii, Aug. IS, 1SK1. Eorroe Ton: ! Mine Rucher left fir Hull Lak loday ' on a visit. I Miu Annie Pack hai been qniif etrk J Hi lull week but ilia U now on the lu -prove. MlaeLlbble CaMerwnnd ol Conlvill. j penl a few day hire tail Hk vliitlng I friend. Miinjr of tlie people are dun ' t K here. Job lire getting tcarcer andhaudi mora pie life). Will ClutT, J. W. and Lewii Carpenter Carpen-ter end (nnilliei went on a fl-hiii. t up Uaver Creek today, A dance wat given al lheO.cia Hnu last Wednesday evening end one t tlie Oakley pavilion Sa'tir Ii evening. On Sunday we I. ad a very Urge u.eel-ing. u.eel-ing. rjomcthihg teeuit to be etirring j tint people to attend to their du'.iet. I Will ('luff end (ainily and Samuel A -wood returned Iroiu Aihlcy tliii week. They were gone three week aud bud aa enjoyable trie. Alma aoJ Loreuio Page left early today lor Itoti'illlul, In attend the funeral of a . niece, who died f.ou typhoid fever, after a few rl.ya' IHnell. On bun hv evening the M. I. AiMi:la- ' Until held tlieii monthly conjoint meet ', lug.' It. waa atr-TaHt-nili-iT"' r:rT- K. progiaiu wet rendered. Miiree LUiie Pack and Linie Thornae of the Stake Presidency of the Y. I., A.. attendid the reorganization of the Kant C'oaM.le ward l.i-l Sundu. Mii Junto Puck h.il returned fioiu Duit ill if til. alter 'pending ten week! with relatives. rlio enjoyed her trip veiy much, I. ill th.le'i i,g place like home. The I'rluiary Amoc iutinu held tl.eir ' annual today. The children had a very nice time; llii'y look their picnic and a very cu-dituble ptogiatu wai rendered. S uca the refieihing atoruii of hut week the people feel belter, breathe eaH.or, da not let k the shade ouiuch and llieie ie a decided chmge for good all aroiiud. Dr. l.vnch rcpurte that the typhoid caae under hit crre are doing nicely, lis aay a Hint undir the new method of trvatuitnt for typhoid theie ii but Utile danger of luring any cat. M IIIIIIN Makiiin, I'tAii, Aug. Ill, IIK)I. Eniroa Timkh : Mill Nellie Suieuion went to Kama on the 12 Ii to live l.r some lime. Ilyruui I'. te ion made a flying trip to Mollldiiy the flr.t of the week to vi.il liii beet g'rl. Mr. Alien Manhunt and Mine Mel-ylna Mel-ylna Harper of llolll lay wi re the gile.lt of their aunl, Mn. 1. II. Ilorlin, today. . John K. 1-eroan, Jr., who hi been ITIIiug a minion to Florida fir the pint two yeare, relumed hi mi on the lOlh. He It looking well ami rep'Tti a luccest-ful luccest-ful iniskion. Mitt Kiite Ti orpe relume I toher home in Pull Lake today afier tpending th pail twowecki in Marion. Mia Helm Lundberg accompanied her a far aa Kockpirt. The Mitiet S:cll. I.eia of Spiiuiili Fork aud Minuie Jolinton of Pa) eon, ho have len ipeiiding the pi til week viiiting ailb Mrt. Julia Wool-Itenhuline, Wool-Itenhuline, leluiued lo their howea jet-terday. jet-terday. Send us your orders for all kinds of Job Work. t l-KOA. ro, I'lah, Aug. IA, liKIl Kl.lTOM TlMM : j Mit 1'ilaiiehe Kingabnry it 'if re vitit- j ing her inniher, Mn. II. It. Williaint. A.M. I. yone retnrjel home from nortiiera Wyoming and Montana latt j week. I Everybody it nulling the hay into the lack aid Irving to lave ll from the ! itortue. Thetpy may vet have a tumble that will knock toiue of that wind out of him. j Kh, ilivawber? ' The po'alo nop np thit way will be rather thin ; more or lent of the grain bat been lodged and will be hard lo f 'ap, aithnugh the crop now promiwt l.iiily well. Mr. and Mrt. K. H. Fox of Park City and Miit Feeleymeger of llaltlinore, Maryland, a li-ter of Mrt, Foi, made a pleA-nntcll on Mrt. O. F. I.yont on uuday aflernoon. While Mrt, Louita Milea wut In Park Ciy fie other day, tome very kind individual took a very valuable double thaw I from her buggy aud appropriated it to their oaru ne. Mr. Herbert A. I.yont, MiiM-i Amy C. Lyont, Jaue A. Man-haul ami louita M. Walker went to Park City nn Tuea-dny Tuea-dny to e their coutin, P. M. Green, olT on the train for hit home. 1 have come to the eourluaiun that the ol I Indian wai about right when he t.iil: "Where iguuiam it biin It In folly to be 'jtherw ie.' " Ho did not grft the ipiutnt ion jmi at it wai, but he ; "got theie" all the tame. It It true that the Lord laid: ''Follow ''Fol-low me." When 1 hear a man my follow ilia I am Inclined to fear that lie I It Jutt a little too pruvlcut. None of ut have reachei) eni h peifectiou, 1 take It, ihough we are driving for it. County Attorney C. A. Callit waa up tWVay the flr-t of llio week and gavv your i' orretpondeiit a peaaaiit cull. Igul biitineia bionght kiln up thit way to pioirmte a cate at Hoekporl and one lal Woodland. 1 would not be turprited j if he did not d a little biitinent In the our I line ali lie hero, j There ate Bo.m' bMro who are very urn "h liitver'.e 1 in Iho actiom of tin' oM go.it, and aie watching him very clixelj ; why it ihould be to with htm mie than anyone else panel my under I It Hiding, uiileai they aie afiai 1 he will gt away ailh nil the old tin cant, ill let j an 1 the ha, there it rothing viae here , for hi hi, from nil appe.innt'en, and he ; m iy thank the good Lord for that, for, BfltipVan Winkle iiivi: "Better mil jou'd it!" alien (here are worse llian he icla iionng and tcekiiig tor more ripe j that then picking in iy be more ex-IpuiUd. ex-IpuiUd. A recrptluu wai given lo Jutln M. jliieeiion S.itnrday evening at the reii-denceof.Mia reii-denceof.Mia O. F. I.yont uud a very lileuant u.ening mi ha I, luuaic, reciting recit-ing nn. I gatnet b-ing tnu ui.ilii amua- j menu. Kid. r lire, n d..,iver..d a very iiil. ref.ing d:.couraa before the Y. M. I M I. A on Sunday evening; a'teud,-d a dunce on Monday evening gotten up for , hi entertainment, and on Tut'tduy the yning gentleman left here for hn hoius , In )ln.iii, Idaho, from which be hai bien absent lor abmt two yeurt filling a lu i : on In Georgia. II. U.K. Vim. I KniariiKr. I hociroKi, Ulah, Aug. 14, ItKII, ! fcniT ik Tiaka : N. W. Peleriou it quite tick nt mil j writing. , Mm. F. A. Hiirlin Inn been very lick I the putt fear day. Mi Hurreit of Park City ii the gue t of Mi-i Munile .Siembri Igu. j We are plean-d tote the iinilinf lice of Mn. H mud Kltkiieoti in town again. Jaik Fioil'a rpmkliug face wai notic-able notic-able among the vuiiort to K.nkpoit hut Tuesday luorniua. Tne trial of the Stale v.. Charlet fiill-man fiill-man foi a-aanlt wai iieard before luitice of the I'eice Jo'm II inlu on Tueiday, County Attorney Calln pioaeculing and Mr. buiilh, a laajer from ball Lake, de fending. A verdict of not guilty aat remitted. Mrt. Maiin and family of Ihia pile.-aie pile.-aie moving to Patk City lor the purpoie of running a boarding home. Henry Scainoiii, who lint been quite tick for the paat week, it improving lowly. We bope toon to Ice liiin well again. We are pleased lo fate that Mm. o.ert Siddoway baa io lar recovered that the wai able to take a trip to Halt Lake lliii week, There are qulfe A number of lend In Mr Staker'i grove. The plraiure tfek-n tfek-n think it an Ideal place to tpend their uiiiu.er outing. HOVTaVII.I.B HovravtLLx, Uuh, Aug. 16, 1W1. EniToa Time: Robert V. McMichael hit been laid up of late with rheumaliitn. Frank Malin, who hai l-i-en abler,! from home on I he ilieep range fore'even monthi, returned home latt week. Mr. Hiihlon of Rlvertnn, (niherof our towniman, Tliolnal Kiihton, wat here Friday arcninpanled by bli daughter, lie wai on liii way lo Council lllniri to viiit relativei for a month or two. Mrt. O'Brien of liranlnllle, who wai vliillhg with her brother-in-law, William Wil-liam McMichael, wai called boma Hat-nrday Hat-nrday on account of tbo tudden death of her 17-year-old aon Irom arpendicitit at Mil. That piece of oiiflnithed road tetween Coalville and thit town near the tp'ing, that would only rrquira a few bourt let m work to cover up Ihote large rot ki put there; would.il Died right away. keep In a w hole ttrlng of ctm wordt. prevent the high flmli runhing lo ti e travelet't fai-e, and produce a better feeling throughout tuan'l anatomy when driving over lame. ok tnr.KH. - j Grata Creek, Aug 15, ltH'1. Fntroa TiMKa; The mine worked fourdaia lait week, laical tei nil are on the road eeuln. Mm Clam Wilde la vltiling in Cor!-v Cor!-v Ho lliii week. C. It. Hancock and family are rei -de itt ol thit burg, Our citizem have lieco well leprcieut-eJ leprcieut-eJ la Coalville tlie patt week. There wat a good linn out at our L. I. S. fait meeting lael Sund.iy. Supt. W. L. Ilamen iaiutd checki lo the mine eiuployeea on the l-'ih for the in, n t li of July. Min. Klina J. Ilnrber attended the reorganUatinn of the Fait Coalville w ard lail Sunday. Meiin. 0. H. Hancock, II. Pringle, W. A.kie, C. Addy, and W. II. Khuw commenced to work at the in til lait 1 week. HKNKIKIt. lUmariiH, L'tah, Aug. 1J, IIKII. , F.iiitok TiMia: Horn, In the wife of Arthur Ricblnt, Angntt 13tli, a fine aon. All doing well I at lait arcounta. Huber llarrii left here for Ketnruer-r t ill week. Ho eipectt to be employed ' there fur a time. ! K. H. Purler, repreaenting the Rait ! Like Portrait Co.', wat doing buiineii I' heru ievcr.il d.iyt thii week. Tlierj waa a loiial dunce here on Monday lait, which, cou.iid-ring Ibe ' buty time, wat fairly well attended, j Haying and harvetting ii going 03 al-I al-I nuit tiight and day and the people are : 1 1 buy they do not know which way lo turn. A number of vititurt from Salt Luke hive leen camping In Ui!h vicinity during the week. Fiehing .iml hunting engaged their tinio and they leporl g o 1 luck.