|Paper||Rich County News|
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|Paper||Rich County News|
, mM Nr and Mrs Wm. Tate and family left Tuesday for their home in Hanna ; .Wyoming after spending the summer in . Local news Woodruff Nsies Friend Dan Cornia " emvloy Saturday. THE AT ISU Jacobson and fami'y left Mrs Algie Nelson left for her home after visiting wilh her relatives and fri for Iiinklcy, Utah this Week where they ends here for the past two months. expect to make their home m the future having traded their ranch property Mr Gilbert Conley is visiting with re heie for a farm in that part of the state latives and friends in this vicinity during his vacation he being employed at the Mrs Ada Wahistrom of Logan, was Idaho Tech, at Pocatella Idaho. in Ranbolph making final proof on the Mrs Jannett Nicholls returned Fri homestead acquired by her husband, the late Nephi C. Wahistrom, before day from "a short vjsit with relatives in the clerk of the d'strict court. Evanston. Mis Win. TIUT-- SATURDAY Aug. I 26th Associated Exhibitors Prerents' SILAS George Eliots Famous Novel The Doorway Of Death 14 Episode RNER M,A - TUESDAY Aug 29th Presents Play goers Pictures The J. P. McGowan IN Pathe News EACH NIbrHT TWO SHOWS ADMISSIONS DOORS OPEN 10c SEVEN AT Mrs Jennie Jenksand Mr Thorvald Miss Altheria Wamsiey of Garden of Lyman- - Wyoming were visitors Jtnsen Ci-was a Randolph visitor the first of at the home of Mrs Thos. Wilson this the week, week. Get your chances on the Rug at the Mr ann Mrs J. C. Brewer, of Evan hotel come in and take another one it ston were visitors at the J. F. Ranch may be lucky. this week, being the guests of her sifter is Mrs Wm E. Spencer of Ogden Mrs Ron Nebeker. Clyde is now working re visiting with her many trends and this territory as agent' for the Inter Mo latives in Randolph this week. untain Life Insurance Co. Ruse Of The Rattler 9:00 P. M & 7;30 and 25c SHARP O'CLOCK Bp. Kennedy left foi Salt Lake first of the week to be with his son ford who is to undergo an operation appendicitis, Cliff was laboring in Northern States mission at the timei can teach your yum to have more We are especially prepared to meet your demands in re- gard to glasses. t . Repairing or Fitting Frames -- t Published Ly THE RICH COUNTY NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY l. new Organization of the Ward P!fitrel as secomi claB matter May lfc-at tiie Post Ofce nt liandolnli, of .ifareii 3. 1879. ''toll, under tbe '5. President AL and Counsellors. near to the keyEconomy' stone of i haracter and success. A boy is taught to save his money be a bad man or a failure: the man who saves will rise will rarely trade or profession steadly that is inevitable. Start your chi'ds saving account new. Act in the living t. We will welcome the 'account and pay 4 per cent inter cst on it. in his pre-en- BANK of RANDOLPH i" - Fitting New Glasses We will test your eyes free and if glasses will help you we will fit them and if not needed will cheerfully tell you so. Mr and Mrs Elmer Eastman of Evanston were visitors here , RandolphUtah .APR Mrs Rose Putman our able pionist! accompanied he, Otar MrCW. S.. Dalton to Salt Lake Saturday where she expects to visit for some time. m. STATE -' ' Mr and Mrs W. J. Buttle are visiting with their daughter and son in law Mr and Mrs Peter C. PHSICI JEWELER Evanston , SURGEON a specialty Randolph Utah 4444444444 4444 4444 Peter Putman was taken to Salt Lake Wednesday expecting to undergo another operation. Randolph 4444 Garage FixingAutomobiles is our long suit Laketown Notes Kennedy Bros.Frops. Mr and Mrs J. S. Moffat Jr. visited Lula ranch with Mr and Mrs AlKona at fred Kearl. Mr and Mrs Moffat aie former residents of Laketown,' but now live Mr Ray McKinnon returned from a Several new subscribers were listed ten days four of the Yellowstone Park on our records and some renewals were in Salt Lake Mr Moffat is with the North first of the week, he reports having had made this week. M hy not call in and fix western Life Insurance Company and re a wonderful trip. up your account too ? ? appointed as the North cently western special Agent of TJiahThe dance given Monday evening Rich well Reunion attend County Bros orchestra was Mr E. F. Neilson of Salt Lake visit The Editor had the great pleasure ed and very much enjoyed by those atten ed here the past week. ' ' ' of attending the second annual reunion ding. of all the old time residents of IRich Co. Miss Elva Smith one of our populai is visiting with which ws held at the Mr Ben McKinnon Hermitage resort j ouug dies was man i ed to Clifford King friends in Rexburg Idaho for a short time in beautiful Ogden Canyon last Saturday 0f Dlamondville. Mr and Mrs Hurley August 19th. A great many were presant Nebel-egave Mr and Mrs King a bun to will give The American Red Cross from nearly every section of Cache and die shov. er in Robinsons Hall Saturday 14 lessons any woman who desirious it Salt Lake valley s hut, had it not befn 19th. and time a had Everybody good in home nursing and first aid work for for inclement weather conditions, there most of ail the people enjoyed Mrs Neb the very small sum of 11.50 with which would have no doubt be-a great many ekers refreshments whicu were highly to buy text books For further information more in attendance. The good feeling of praised, see or phone. Mrs Chas Walton. brotherly and neighborly love reigned Word has b.en received that Mr La Miss Twila McKinnon left Tuesday supreme through out the entire day the Vere J. Moffat'of Salt Lake formerly of i to visit with relatives at Montpelier Ida. smiles of joy seen upon the faces of evLaketown has been called te the Nether eryone, as they shook the hands and chMiss Clara Hutchinson left for , her lands to fill a Mission. LaVere leaves atted with their childhood friends home in Salt Lake Wednesday, after sp from the old home towns, made old Doc. the Ninth of September for Montreal where he will sail on the Victoria on ending an extended visit with her sister Gloom a very unwelcome visitor. The qu Mrs Jos Smith. estion of eat-- , was solved by the ladies, the 15th Laketown wishes him the best, luck. Mr Wm Tate made finll proof upon who had prepared lunches of large and Mr Edward Lamborn his homestead before the Clerk of the varied assortments those coming from the a few 'J' AND 4444444 44444444 4444 4444 EVANSTON DROG CO EVANSTON WYOMING Victrolas and Records Edison and Records Eastman Kodaks andiiFilms Musical Merchandise . Drugs and Send us your mail orders Patentj-Medicine- j 4444 4444 4444 4444 4444 ANNOUNCEMENT ; On and after Saturday June 17th with a new passenger I will be equiped truck and will take parties to and from Bear Lake at any time at the most re- liable prices. Chas. Hendee ! BUY YOUR Gas, Oil, & Atuo Accessories Here Better Prices Better Service i this farming districof being especially though week. ful of their City friends by loading their cars with melons, fruits and vegestables Mrs Matt Nicholls left Friday to at After everyone had lunched a short tend the funeral services of Mr George but interesting program was given at the Dean who died Tuesday the 22nd. dance hall, consisting of a vocal solo by Miss Gladys Tysom, Piano solo by Miss Some of our ranchers are getting Edith Spencer and remarks from .Mr through with their hayihg this week. Peter McKinnon of Ogden, John R. South District Court Arthur McKinnon , We want your automobile business NVe Repair Anything !MSIBiy?01 'mm Accessories KENNEDY BROS. N, - Office at Residence. goes j Wyoming A , week. 92?. Dr, m S.Reay. Putman. sympathy of the whole community out to all those bereaved. 1 4444444444 We are very sorry to hear of the death of brother George Dean who pass- Obstetrics ed away Tuesday evening the 22nd. The Mr Philip Mislay this week purchased the bulk of the confectionary fixtures for formerly owned by Ai and hat been very lUndalotv JfASSEUAID ' the at ' r C3AS. E. WRIGHT Publisher Published every Saturday Dodge Truck. ha-be- en Duplicating Broken Lenses LARSON ' Frazier Bros have purchased a new Clif few weeks ago, returned home a, f Reis Tbe Rich County The Stake officers of the Y. L. M. a I. A! were here Sunday last to effect the his annrx building to he busy remodeling handle this additional business. He expec was stricken having left Randolph only a t to Js ready to open the first of next jcrYsmij - 4 PROPS Another case jof diphtheria was brought to the attention of the Board of Health Thursday, it being the young est child of Mr and Mrs Dave Norris A strict quarantine has been placed at the home to prevent the spread of the contagion. days of spent last week visiting in Logan. Lovely and Lonely Island. Island, in the Indian ocean, is one of the several bits of land that lonely voyagers have come upon in the holiday season and have named The island has been accordingly. described by travelers, says a National Geographic society bulletin, as at once one of the loneliest and loveliest spots And its possession of in the world. Christmas d crabs and a tree gives It a right to be classed as one of the queerest. The island, 12 miles long by nine miles broad, Is Ip reality made up of the slopes and top of a huge mountain peak. Soundings Miss Sara Robinson returned from shows that if the waters of the ocean were drained away a rough pyramid a shori at Logan. 15,000 feet high would stand alone in a Mrs Philip Mislay of Randolph is vis plain, the present island forming the last 1,000 feet of its slope. king here with her mother Mrs William of Logan, D, W. Moffat of Salt Lake, Webb and MrsMislays many friends, Habitat of the Albatross. E. S. Calder, of Logan E. M. Tysom of The albatross is generally found In Miss Hattie Webb is home from Salt southern tropical, or subtropical waBrigham City, and Al Larson of Randolph after which a motion was carried sus- Lake where .he spent the summer with ters, but we have two species, the on the and short-tailesster Gladys and attended hummer black-foote- d for another Pacific coast, as far north as Alaska; taining the same committee SC00' at tbe University, and and two others, the yellow-nose- d year with three additional members. In j Pacific the sooty, on United-Statthe evening dancing was indu'ged in and Post master and y K Conrad Vater coast Wing spread is 10 to 12 feet, the day was brought to a pleasant close ians and but wings only about 9 Inches wide. daughter ,.f Cowley WyQ Front toes fully webbed. Great powers The committee as it now stands E cnroute home fromProvo where the ,ad of flight, maintaining horizontal posiM. Tysom chairman, Geo. Kennedy Sr. had been Vlsted her sister Mrs Eliza V. tion frequently, hut in turning, one K R. Nelson, J. S. Moffat, John R. Sou . wing points upward and the other to j awin here a day or two last week, the sea. Eats fishes, jelly fishes, th, Al Larson, Mr Ellen EcLles, ard Mrs t thrown from boats, etc. Nests Several of our local horses on the Geo Wahlstiom, premise a biguer and In lonely Islands, laying one egg on better gathering for next year at the Lo- - range went down in death during tne a mud and grass nest on the ground. Both parents incubate. Rare on Atr Park in Ogden, sometime be- - Terrific electric storm, lantic coast north of Tampa bay. tween the 15th of August and the J st of tree-climbi- super-scente- Mr and Mrs Heber C. Robinson and family went to Logan for the circus and to visit with relatives nndV friends. vi-.- it es j j Mr Frank Fisher, of Salt Lake, was guest of Miss Nellie Smith at her home during the first of the week. s . T offal-scra- j Mr Wm, Bingham, of Ogden, purch ased 70 head of fine cattle from Ilanney Bros, this week. ran-Far- j DA&JCE Saturday Dance Sat. Night Slight at Opera House - MICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL By Charles Sughroe Western Newspaper Union Tossing the Buck to Teacher !