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I EASTERN AND SOUTHERN UTAH H J CASTLE DALE T H CABTI.E DAI,K. SepL 18 Mr. and HI Mrs Hzra Curtl have Just returned HI from Aurora where they attended the HI funeral of Curtis" father, who died HI August 28th at the age of 92 years, 6 HI month and 8 da The deceased HI leave a wife, eight children, seventv-m seventv-m flvo grandchildren, one hundred and H twrnty-scNen great Rrandchltdren and HB six great grrot Rrandchltdren Mr HB and Mrs Curtis made a record trip to HI his bedside with little hope of seeing HI him nllvc, hut ho HnRerrd for over n H week after their nrrlval, H The stork lulled Mr, and Mrs. Ui-H Ui-H vern Akelund and left n haliy Klrl Ust HI Wednesday and then passed on to M Kerron, where he left a taliy hoy nt HI the homo of Mr and Mrs. Ixsslo H Italphs the samp day The day pro-Hfl pro-Hfl vlous he made his way out to Moten HH and left another hoy with Mr and HJ Mr. Iloal Bvase UV The nendem) faiulty Is scheduled HI to visit Clawson and Moten tomorrow HJ (flunday) mnrnltiR for Hundny school HI and Kerron tomorrow evening 11 Bhcrlff U V. Blttcrud Is fast do-Hm do-Hm eloping Into a salesman that Is hard HI to beat, hi last exploit that of sell-Hi sell-Hi Ing the Roods of l.lllartl TuuKer of HI Klmo provlnR him to ho pastmastcr HB of tho art of RrttlnR tiptop prices. H Teachers Institute, with Its larRe HI attendance of guy lassie and lads, HI has liren hotdliiR forth here the past HA two da and will continue through-HI through-HI out today In the absence of Super-Hm Super-Hm Inlendent (lowans and Miss llnlllster, H who had failed to mako their nppear-HI nppear-HI nuca until csteittay afternoon, the Ha teachers hobnobbed amonR Ihctn-HI Ihctn-HI aelves and discussed tho best wn AH and means of hrltiRlnR Into fit nnd IH proper suhJuRatlon the outh of the IH KltiRdom of Hmrr H Orange Olren Is the new man with IH the Consolidated Wagon and Machlno IH company, taking the place of A It IB Mrs, I.ulu Israeli entertained Inst IH Monday afternoon for her sister, Mrs IH Thomas Dumayne of I'rlce IH "Happy" John I'lierson left Inst IH Wednesday for it winter's sojourn with IH hlfl son Krnest at Mar) s ale H father Matthew Kvans of ltwrence IH waa a visitor In Castle Pain Inst IH Thursday. HJ Dr. J. Cheney of Ohio who has been HJ practlrlnR In Nevada. Is v lulling with UT his colleRe i hum, Pr J M (Iraham, HJ and Mrs. Orahnm IH Andrew Tolboe hns returned from the I'rovo hospital, where he surrend- HJ ered a part of otto of his ribs, and IH seems to ln all to the Rood, notwlth- KjH standlnR. HD The RleanliiR of sweet cloer seed U Is all the ro In this part of tho coun- H try, many parlies flRurlnR on maklnR HJ. from five to eight dollars a day at HJ this unique occupation KB The little Klrls of Mr. and Mr. Swain 'Anderson of Ornngnvlllr, to- HJ gether with other Utile ones, will Rle EB a benefit concert In a couple of weeks. Hfl rrocced of the concert will ro to- WE ward the paltiR for treatment under- IH rone recently by the little ones for H their eye. llert Hunnell of Mohrlnnd was In town the first of the week on his return re-turn from Halt take City, whero he accompanied his brother Aleve, who w operated upon for appendicitis a week ago Inst Thursday nt the Ho!) Cross Hospital. The operation was a ery successful one, Iluuell Bnovv and brother-in-law, Von Hickman, returned yestcrda) from a summer' dr tanning In Bun Juan. He will take the place of Pae limph at the Htandardvllle power S house Monday and wilt therefore move hi wife and babe up there. The manacement of the Castle Palo Co-Op will chatiRP hands about the first of the ear, when Mr. i:ia Beely Intends resigning this position which ahe ha held for tho past three year. A second Pnnlel Webster, lute of Kenllworth, and a store tnniuiger of considerable ability, was In town the fore part of the week on matter rel-allvo rel-allvo to occupying the position. Kmery Larson, Kdmund Crawford and Hay Jensen escorted a shipment of nine tan of trout fr to Joe' Vol- I ley last Tutsdn), The nine cans, con- talnlng t.evral thousand fit subjects for awful fish stories some few )cnr hence were deposited In Joe Valle) pond and seemed to enjo) their sur-roundlns sur-roundlns Immensely. Onl) n er) few failed to urvlvu the long ardu-ous ardu-ous trip. This stotklnir ought to make for tiptop flshlnic In the next two year. Another fine Junior boy made hU appearance last Tuesday night at tho home of Mr, and Mr. Orson Madsen The Kmery Stake academy faculty, assisted by other. gave un excellent entertainment to a Rood crowd of lo-on lo-on people Inst Tuisdn), continuing, with the local appeuruure. the campaign cam-paign of the county aunuall) conducted con-ducted by the Institution. The Cleveland Bunday school will give an entertainment on Heptember SJd to raise means to carr) on the work of the organization. John Timothy of Cleveland met with quite a severe uccldi u nearl) two week ago when he fell from a load of grain Pr (Iraham was called to attend him The doctor reported I tliat no bone were broken but that he wo er badly bruised and ho Is till confined to his room. Mr. l,udo Itiwmuiw.rn of Cleveland 1 l.ltlug relative In Hunnyslde Mis Winnie Ulster or Cleveland U visiting relative In Helper Mis HutU Hanson of Kerron ha I been vUltlng friends In Cleveland n Moroni Thomaa of Halt take Cttj H visited a few da last week with his W parent. Mr and Mi. K 8 Thomas. JJJ at Cleveland The many friend of Moroni Ovesou of Cleveland are congratulating him on hi recent murrlage HI wife ex-It ex-It td to join him here In the ueur f wro and they expect to make their home In Cleveland, Mr. and Mr. Oluf Jensen of Cleveland Cleve-land are rejoicing over their flrit arrival, ar-rival, a girl, born last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. U C. Moore are back at their Hochester ranch after taking 1 nearly all the sight In Western i North America with a visit to a Bent-tie Bent-tie hospital thrown In for good measure meas-ure They hevo been gone for three months and had one great time , I AROUND GREEN RIVER 4 OHKKN ItlVKIt. Bept IS Ust Monday through their attorne), I A Medea of I'rlce, T U McCarty and J V lloth, naming themselves ns copartners, co-partners, running the Midland Hotel, served a summons On Charles Ba-dnfora, Ba-dnfora, Mlko Bpndafora and Malcohn I'clltano, co-partner In the ownership owner-ship of tho Hotel Metropolis which had nlready been leased to James J Waddell, who was then In charge of the same The summons stated that complaint would be filed with the clerk of the district court within len ilnvs There Is lots of mining activity In the North Wash district, a big toad of supplies having gono out them this week l-nit Thursday a (Inn daughter was born to Mr and Mrs. Charles Blrattss at .Mohrlnnd, nnd alt are reported as well and happy nnd Btratim Is busy with the treats ' Conflicting reports have In en received re-ceived conetrnlng tho condition of Wlllard James, the bollermakrr who was badly Injured somo Jimp ngo, but we understand his entire leg has been amputated nnd there Is grave doubt of his recover) J (' Ivrabhp of Montrosp Colo father of Mrs. M A Craig stopped off here last Thursda) for a two weeks' visit with his relative Krahbn visited here a )ear ago and thinks this valley a ver) pretty place, having many coiy nnd pleasant homes. Mrs. 0 M Peacock and little daughter were arrivals Bnturdn) from Castle Pale nnd are v lulling Mr I'ea-cork'a I'ea-cork'a mother, Mrs J W Hmlth Mrs, Orange Olsen, another daughter, nunc In last week with her sister, Mrs. Andrew An-drew Hansen, from Mnr)vale Mrs. Hmlth feels quite plated with all her girls at home but one. Miss Jennie who Isju Bait take Cltv Mrs. Jamison Jami-son lives elose, while Mrs. Cromer Is down from their ranch, nnd nil are having n happy reunion B W Pufford this )ear maintained his usual custom of bringing it box of peaches to town of the len-to-the-)ard slip I'eaahrs of this site have been grown In the valley for ee viral )ears. A. P Irf'Wls and Ittthard Hood m-compauled m-compauled n carload of watermelons to Helper )otcrda) and will sell them out there for the grower Thcnr genllenun expect to dlsposp of nt least two or three morn car, and some persons estimate that there are still about four lartoads on the vines. These melons should net tho growers nt least one nnd n half cent a pound a the supply Is limited nnd there Is great demand for them In the towns mining camps of Carbon nnd Hiner) counties. Mrs. J IX Walton has, Iteeti appointed ap-pointed on the fair (ommlttie to take the place of Mrs. J It Chene), who could not svrvp, nnd will take care of all fane) work left nt the Walton Jewelr) store, dlplii)lng tho same at I'rlce nt the two-count) fair A big variety of work should be obtained because of there being so man) here that are expert needlewomen The second and last car of cantaloupe canta-loupe wa sent out Monday evening It I said the first tar netted the grower one dollar after pa)lng the freight on several thousands of pounds that were not loaded In the tar "Champ" Hex Harlier Is bntk from Denver riding that fine fierce ruling wheel that was given him b) a Denver Den-ver firm for breaking the world' lecord for twrnt) milt on one of their wheels. Klo)d nnd Ho) l.von returmd early this week from u trip tin the road with a circus, having hi en employed ni musicians. The) will go to California Cali-fornia soon Mr nnd Mrs. ,'nll r Kvnns, n nlmo and nephew of Mr and Mr J W Hmlth left this morning for Halt l.iikt Cit)i after it pleasant visit with relatives rela-tives Mr W P Thompson and onu of her sons returned Hunday from a prolonged pro-longed visit nt Mountain I hum and Bait 1-nke Cll) Harold lloblnsou. who live with K M. Adams. Is home from the summer vacation spent at I'rulta nnd has resumed re-sumed school work One evening last week Agent II l Chapman louded out on one train four nnd a half tons of local expres fruit shipments. K. H Cromer hus a hundred tons of hit) and fifteen acres of corn fodder H will put In not less than twenl)-five twenl)-five head of dairy cow If the t reamer) ream-er) deal goe through. The first tar of pi ache markited through the assoqlatlon lit tied the grower twunly-flve cent a box The watermelon grower of the valle), val-le), who raised several carload of melons this year, held a meeting at the Wilcox theater Mnnda) night to talk over plans for disposing of their product at I'rlce, Helper and the various vari-ous mining camps near those places, where the) usuull) sell ull their melons mel-ons nt good prices. MANTI J MANTI, Bept 18 New was re-eelvod re-eelvod Monda) of the dtutli of Mr Hal Tiolor, a daughttr of Mr and Mr 1'. II Anderson Deceased wa married to Mr Tuvlor of Orniigovlllo about seven )ear ago und they lived In Buun)lde since that time She took nn nctlve part In Bubbath school work, theatrical and church inter-talnmeiila inter-talnmeiila and will bo missed b) yie large circle of friend she made In that place They went to Bait Lake Clt) at the time of tho carnival, where the) expected to reside Mr Taylor wum taken III with Uphold short!) after af-ter and her mother wa sent for about four wect.1 ago. She wu taken to Judge Meroy Hospital, where her brother, bro-ther, Dr llos Anderson, and her sister, sis-ter, Mr. J. N Thompson, both hold prominent positions. Mrs. Ilolle Itobblns, Mis Huth and Master Carl, will leave tomorrow for California Thoy will go to Ios Angeles An-geles first and later to Ocean I'ark for school this term MIm Mbble Crawford rntertalned the sewing club last Tuesday afternoon after-noon at a kenslngtdn compllmentar) to Miss I.) din Mlcktlson before her departure to ilrlgham City, where she will teach school this winter Three case of t)phold are reported this week They are Mrs. Antutit Hotiganrd, Vernon Madsen and a child of Mr and Mr. II (t llronn Juan lto)den returned last Krlda from Bait I,akp City after an absence of three moqths. While gonp he has been engaged ns baritone sololxt In Mollerup's Military band. Mrs It. W Candland of Bait Ukt Clt) Is visiting with her sister Mr J I Madsen Mr nnd Mr. N I' J Peterson left Inst week to visit the Ban HramWco pxpoftltlon Mr nnd Mrs. V C Kpller entertained enter-tained a number of friends nt lards last Wcdnesdny tvenlng Mlssj Florence !pc rr I wives for I-pnlnnte I-pnlnnte toda), vjhere she tern he srhool the coming season Mis Chloe Judd left for Winder toda). where she Is engageil to tenth school thp coming term Marriage license was Issued this week to Ho Thompson and ltth M)rup, both of Centerfleld Mis Clara Munk leave tmla) for Cache count) where she will tettih this si hool term Judge Jacob Johnson panic down from Bait take Cll), hi prevent residence. resi-dence. Bunday lo attend court Mrs. Luther Tuttlo nnd ihlldren eiuiir down from I'rovo Bunday where the) have spent the last ear Count) Attorne) Chrlstenson Is In attendance nt court this wick, tinning tinn-ing down from Mt i'leannnl Bundn) Mis Frances Tlngt tame out from Halt take Clt) )islrda) for a short visit The Mlsies Cleii Ulsiu and Hell Hiiggau left yesterdit) for Falrvlew, where the) will teach school this w lull lu-ll r Mr James Crawford and daughter. daugh-ter. Alia, went to Bait Uikn Clt) Inst Wednesila). where Mis Alia will attend at-tend the university After a sotiipwhnt strenuous sojourn In the grain fields nt Centerfleld Bum llrooksbank Is onto morp In town "shooting ppople Mis Luella dottrredsou left last Bunday for lllrhfleld, where she px-peit px-peit to sin) with her lsli r and at-It at-It ml high school this winter Mr and Mrs. J M Padle of Cumberland. Cum-berland. V)o relative or Mr and Mrs John Keller, visited the fore pfirt or the week In this clt) V MT. PLEASANT t 1 4. MT I'l.lCABANT. Bept I Andrew An-drew Madsen, Br. one of Ml Pleasant Pleas-ant pioneer. HI year or age, was operated on for cutarged prolate nnd bladder trouble He wa brought to tho hospital In m ver) serlou condition condi-tion The operation Is it ver) srlous one for nn old man (Irundpa Madsen Mad-sen Is still In a ver) si rlous tondltlon but hi vltnllt) s em extrnordluar) and hop" am hi Id out for his nirl) recover) The man) Inquiries about hi tomlltlon Indicate hl populurlt) In the tommunlt) ddle Anderson nnd Artlbe Hurnelt left )esterday for Ball l.akc Clt). where the) will ntnd the unlverslt) this riir Mr (Irorgla II Johnson nnd Miss Nellie MoArthur lift Wtdnesda) fur the unlverslt) The former will tenth there this ear. while the Inltir will attend school. Oulte a ntimbtr or relatives of Ml. James llorg were entertained itt the llorg residence In this ill) last Hiiturda) aflirnoon and evening The otutslon wa Mr, llorg' firtj-clxth blrthda) Pinner was servid at 6 10 ii clock and the evening spent In h muslcul nnd social wa) Thursday afternoon a widdlng reception re-ception was given b) Mr and Mm II P Jrnsin at their home In honor or their daughter, Chnstnl, and Douglas II PullllHi, who were married lust Wednesdit) at bull Ijike Clt) Kuppi r wu servid at (I o'tlotk to ttbout rort) relatives and a revv Intimate rrlmd. Ver) Interesting nnd Instruttlve wa the tonfcreiiie or the North Hunpeti stake held Haturda) and Hundit) at the Falrvlew ward t Impel Urge trowds or people rrom each ward In the slake were present and partook or Hie spirit or the conference A. C Candland or I'rovo was a buslnus visitor nt Mt Pleasant this week. Mis Ijirettu ljiroen went lo Ogden )esterda) and will teach In that neighborhood this )rar Postmaster 1 P. Nelson went to Bull Ijike Cll) )tterdny to attend n convention of tho postmuslirs of the state. Mr and Mr. W, P. Candland and their nous, llo)nl and tluy, left Wednesday Wed-nesday for u trip to the fair at Han Francisco and Ban Plvgn Mis Irene Nellson returned Tues-da) Tues-da) from Bull Ijtke Clt), whtro she has lit en visiting with friend for a short lime Mr and Mr. P C Jensen nnd daughter, Frances, arrived at Bait Lake City last evening ufter having had an extensive trip to the Pacific Coast to visit tlu exposition. This Is the second time that Mr. and Mr. Jensen have been they this season EPIIRAIM KPIIHAIM Bept 18 The funeral services over the bod) or the lurant of Mr and Mr. Hen Carlston were held at tin Ir home Haturda) afternoon after-noon Tho aunnlsou reservoir was drained drain-ed last Baturdn) morning to allow an Insertion or the tunnel at the dam Ml Klvira Olson left Wednesda) for Hear Itlver Clt), where she will Itaoh school MIbh Norma Chrlstcnsen entertained entertain-ed a number of her friend Thursday even lug In honor of Mlw Delia T)e. MIJ Eva Joy Nellson was hostess to a number of friends Bunday evening. even-ing. Luncheon wa served to seven Ileuh Madsen entertained fifteen of her friends at a pleasant Wrthda) part) Sunda) afternoon , . Mr A C Anderson entertained nt dinner Sunday In wP"" J"..0.?," T Hand Dr llalllday and Mpm Mollle Llndal. all of Halt Lake Cll) The member of the I. P rial, gave a farewell iwrty flunda) ."'"f ,n mmpllment lo Miss Luril -.Jhn:0" who left this week for Ilrlgham t lly. where she will tea. h h" carload of cattle from the Kesko farm left Kphralm for IjMWd. where the) will I n 'Vh",,lol?t"1 the rievler cotml) fair, after which the) will be taken to the Sanpete count) fair at Mnntl and then to the stale fair at Bait Uke Clt Mr and Mrs I J Johnson returned Friday Imm an extended trip through California Oregon and Idaho While awn) they rWted the cxpo-ttlon nt Han Francisco The Mlsee Mvrtle William Krma Olson lii Rchult and Olady Hansen Han-sen entertained twent) of their frlendi at a lawn part) Monda) evening ul the home or Mr and Mrs J II Hanson Han-son The lawn was lighted with electric elec-tric lights, game were pla)eil and lunch was eerveil Mrs lleesle Parker and ihlldren or Kiowa Kan. are vleltlng In Hphralm .Mrs HeWla Kendall or Nephl Is visiting vis-iting relative and rrlends In Hphralm Mr nnd Mr. N P Peterson nnd Mr. l!den Winn H'ent last wiek In Nephl A pleasant surprise lrl) wns given In honor or Mrs Peterson b) a number r her friends In Nephl Ml Pellla T)i left Thursda) for lleber Clt), when she will leach sehool Mr ami Mrs F II llnsmus-ien lift thl week for Ban Franelero to attend thi exposition The I P club met nt the home or Mb Mabel Morteiwen Wednesdn) evening The hostee served rerrrsh-menl rerrrsh-menl and luncheon to five guests. Hugh nnd Ira Peterson visited relative rela-tive and friends nl Moroni Hunda) Thorvald Hrelnholt nnd Kden Winn spent the earl) mrt of the week In Halt Ijtke Cll) on business. The following Hphralm people left this wiek for llox Klder count), where: they have emplo)ment a teacher In the llox Klder dlrlrlct si hoots The Ml Klvira Olson, Lucille Johnson, Cormlla Pclerron nnd Itn) Kelson, Arlal Jenson nnd Normal Olson Mr nnd Mrs. C F Hsperson lift the earl) part of the week for n six weeks' trip In the exposition nt Han Francisco Hlshop and Mr David N Heal lift Wednesda) evening for Bait ljke Cll) on account of the serious Illness of tin Ir daughter, Mrs. J B Chrlstenson FAIR VIEW. T FAIHVIKW Htpt IH A part) was glvm nt the home or Mis Chrystal Pitirsou Tiiesda) evening. Heptember Heptem-ber 7th The evening; wns spent In game nnd music, it midnight luncheon lun-cheon wa served and clclir wa drawn from n miniature well The room wi n decurutpd In fruits and flow i r Durrell llnsmusseu returueft to lliiltir llllrt Ultltll til riulllllln t.j.frt I. the railroad office Mr. and Mr Prhau Harttn) and j)Tin Mowir visited friends nnd relative rel-ative In Bprlngvllln last week Miss Chr)stal Peterson, Mis Utura flarllu and Linden Peterson vvint to Hphralm this wetk lo attend the Know art dem) Mr and Mr. Arthur llohne, who have In en living ut (Inrflold for the past revv )ear. have moved to Falrvlew Falr-vlew Mrs Hiven O Nellson I spending a wiek visiting In Halt Uke Clt) Mis Hophronlu Olsen Is at Halt Ijike City visitor thl wiek The Unites' Literary club mtt ut the home or Mr, Pave Carlston. Hep-temler Hep-temler Hlh A paper on 'The Care nnd Feeding or Hables" was given by Mr Jrs Turpln nnd current events b) Sirs Vern Hnnderrtin Nine ladle enJo)ed the poclal hour nnd dainty refreshment re-freshment served Mis Velum AllrtMl went to Halt Ijike Clt) Wednesda) to spend the winter Mis Kthel Allred n turned home last weik ufter spending n few wieks In Pall Uike Cll). Mis Darcu Allrul came from Hall Uike City last week to visit with friends nnd relative. 1 UINTAH 1IASIN SIXTION M-iTON. S.pt. 18 The tH.unt) tommlsslonirs or Duchesne and Uintah Uin-tah vnuntle. together with the iim-seir. iim-seir. will meet at Duchesne next Mon-dit) Mon-dit) to talk ovtr tho tax muddle In the dliipuled strip tuxpnjem have re-1 ttlveel notices from both counties Lincoln O Kelt), state auditor, w miet with the rommlsslontrs W A Warthen of Iloosevelt has gone to Price to look after loading n carload of reservation comb honey The price Is good. 1IH ctnts per pound The front this wiek In various parts of the count) did ome damage to bloom and the honey flow rron. now on will b km than was expected Oeorge Hearle or thu Ashley Valley ha sold his ranch to Fred Askhurst or Hteamboat Hprlngs Colo The con-sldvruilon con-sldvruilon was lit 000 Mr nnd Mr Alva Leavltt or Itoose-velt Itoose-velt have moved t urnnt Htntlon n he lelp.r rMMl , (lkr lh'" he Duchesne Hikt ariJ Transrta' Hon eoinpan) , llooseve t have gone to Krle. Pa lo wltne. beMre the federal grand jllr, t If elalmed l'm u. Ham I after cer-tain cer-tain loan shark. sole thl fall or winter There are "" "."tllft, ira.u of lanlwIUeh have been appraised and whlth ul bosold thl wtnter a, tt'ap;.! mill former.) n, ?, T.rl, gltr'? ? t for a larg. c.,?i IroZuL? I have made the la" d ,ucn T',,. ,,' Plow ing Bev eral con ?act ha w I. P th engine will be attached. " The Duche.ne high chool at Hoosc- velt opened thl week with a most Haltering outlook. Mis Dorothy Hegg Inst I-rlda) night gave ft five hundred party that proved very enJo)able Indeed Frank Davis, Jame Bgan and W Alexander have returned to work for the Duohesno Stage and Transportation Transporta-tion company The) are three of the best driver In the basin and they nrc courteous nnd accommodating at all time. Cap" Whltlock of Iloosevelt hn taken his running mare Fblng Dance, to Colorndo to enter In the race nt the lloutt count) fair this week Hcber Tlmoth) hn struck artesian water on hi ranch two mile north of Iloosevelt The well I a hundred and twent)-nlnc feet deep The water wa-ter Is clear and cold nnd soft Itobert Krebb and Ho) Tuft carry off the Imnner for large grain crop on North M)ton Hench Krcbb threshed a thousand bushel nnd Tuft eleven hundred The Castle Peak mine resumed work last Bnturdn) with Ja) lllrchell a superintendent About ten men are emplo)eel II W Dell of Salt IJtkp Clt). W W Held or Washington, P C, nnd John F Trudell or Ponver, all member mem-ber or tho reclamation service, were M)ton visitor thl week. N C tllon ha been o Price ror a load or household good to take to the ranch Mr. Wilson hn been visiting vis-iting friends In M)lon since her recent re-cent return from Pueblo. Mis Hllen Hender, who wa the guest of Mis Lillian Ilnbcock, relumed re-lumed Bunday to her home In Vernal, Ver-nal, and on Monday morning began her work In the school room Mis llendel I n sister of Mr. Dr, Martin or Vernal B C Anendelt and wire or Pa) cite, Ida, arrived Frlda) Since that time Attended ho been to Ft Duchesne, Handle It nnd other points getting no-i qualnled He I pleased vvllh thl section and will no doubt locate with us. The public schools or Duchesne count) will begin October 4th It I believed the enrollment will bo much larger than Inst )rar Tho board of education ha emplo)cd tho best teacher that could be secured Cap McOulrc, M) ton's famous broncho buster, ha returned to town after winning laurels In several place Ho hn been In liutte, Detrver, I,ognn, Provo, Frtiltn and (Irnnd Junction Wade llarnes will move hi fnm-It) fnm-It) to Nine Mite ror the winter rrom his farm near Hluebell.