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|Paper||Rich County News|
1.11 wf ? , - THE RICH COUNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH, UTAH NOTICE & THE HOME $ OF d .'Hi M . K&iVXLS STERN FISriiOS PM n jjis FM & 6HAFFEER a CO CLOTHING . Horsheinr. Packard Thompson SHOES & as s $ Emery Shirts m Stti Sq Interwoven Hosiery .'ii? vG STETON HATS DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. Land Office at Salt Lube City i Utah. July 19, 1322. NOTICE is hereby given that William IC. bkDonal I, of Salt Lake C.ty, . Utah, who, on ja.u 9, P2, -- ''I Hamestead Entry 030023, .fort E2 bid, Sec. 5, T. 8 N., R. 5 E., and on May 18, 1922 Made Additional' IIometcaJ Entry, 033024, for NWI NWi, Sec. 8; SWi NWI. Lot 4, Per. 4; Lots 1. 2, 2, 0,7,8, and Si NE, NWI SET, NJj SWT, S..'i SWi, SEINVVL Section 5, Township 8 Npr.h, Range 5 East, Salt Lake Ilc.rdian, lias filed notice of in tention to make three year Proof, to e? I. K&STOR, Inc. && A&5 LEADING CLOTHIERS Evanston , Wyoming $3 iife City Meat Market Queer Old Scottish Custom. Queer customs are still observed at burials In several parisb.es of Deibigh-sliirestablish claim to tiie land above describ Scotland. At the close of the ed, before the Register and Receiver, first part of the burial service In U. S. Land Office, at Sait Lake City church, mourners and congregation drop monetary gifts Into the collection Utah, on the 7di day of September, plate, which become the Incumbents 1922. Before the mourners Claimant names a- - witnesses: remuneration. C. Allen Robinson, of Salt Lake City, Ut. leave the graveyard there Is another collection on the sextons shovel. The Thomas Wilson. money, which has been known to " amount to as much as 40, becomes Vernal V. Funk, tiie property of the sexton. Local Samuel South people inquire how much was given at Gould B. Blakely funeral, and there is con- siderable rivalry. Ciants CREAM ONLY U? TO DATE MARKET IN THE COUNTY PRONE N J '.13 SR 33 Causeway. The most interesting wonder In the world Is Giants Causeway, which stretches for four miles along the coast of County Antrim in Ireland. It Is a coPection of huge rocks which go down into the sea, nnd many reach a height of 30 feet. Legend says that the stones were put in such a neatly arranged position by an Irish giant in order to induce his enemy the Scots giant to come over and fight him. Another belief is that giants hurled these huge stones at one another. The idea that the causeway really did once extend to Scotland is strengthened by the fact that in Fingals cave, in the island of StaiTa, off the Scottish coast, stones exactly similar In appearance and arrangement are found. City, Utah, July 2. C- i uco. on 1,091 mad and firs: De Laial bailer has first of the ynze rt ever National ButlennaLe'-Associafion, v.i.h bat c r, .i ercuuo.!, 62 of the ceparalars in Minnesota are De Lava!.. Practically all c -- came lies use De Lavals. Endcrscd and used by Government experiment Stations, colleges and dairy sidhoritics. Thousands in use from 1 to 20 years. De Lavals bavc led ;a every important ccpa.ator improvemeru. Made in the largest separator factory in the vorld. B by the most thorough c,tem cl service. , for NINWJ4, Sec. 11, T8N., RoE., and on May 18, 1922, made Additional Rome stead Entry 030002, for SNWJ, NKj, 11; for 1922 NOTICE is hereby given that Christop. WJNWJ, SWi, her Allen Robinson, of W oodruff, Utah, North, Range 5 who, n June 7, 1921, made Homestead V. Whiz Bang Saucy Stories September, Claimant names as Vernal V. Funk William K. McDonald notice Blyth & Fargo co. ABSOLUTLY RELIABLE Office and Warehouse on County Road Harry Volk Wholesale Retail Detiler A In Wool, Junk, Scrap ,on, Metal, Rubbers, Bones and Rags Bides, Furs,;i-c!tsREFEKEt.CE SXoCKGKWERS BANK EVANSTON WYOMING 3 W Office Fhcne Wy- - Eesidence phono 38 B , Evanston We 3 Furs GIVE US Tan , ,r Make" Rugs , Robes A TRIAL Repair all J' kinds of Gloves Coats and etc. WORK GUARANTEED and , V humi t 1922. witne-ses- ; Copr. Thomas Wilson all of Woodruff, Utah, The word, copra, is a Spanish adaptation of the Malay word kopperah and Samuel South Randolph Utah. Gould B. Blakely and the Hindustani khopra, both of which mean coconut. Copra Is the Register dried and broken kernel of the coconut from which oil is extracted by boiling and pressing. Copra Is very rich In oil which averages from 65 to Shaky Table Leg. 70 per cent of Its bulk. The oil is When rooms are cleaned tables are nearly white when pure, and at an or- pulled and pushed about1 and the redinary temperature Is of the con- sult Is a loose log. If you have a table sistency of butter. In the south Pa- with loose legs dont use a hammer cific it is used in cooking, for it pos- and nails. You will probably get sesses good keeping qualities. In Aus- across the graih of the wood and split tralia large quantities are used in soap it. A long, thin, carefully Inserted After tie oil has screw might avail, but the best cure and candle-makinbeen extracted to a large extent, the Is to tip the table up, note where the pulp is made into cake or meal for trouble Is nnd then get some strong j glue. nnimal food. Now, quickly drop glue Into the joints of that table leg, then pull It straight, and dont move the table for Home glueing often fails ; 24 hours. it does not reacli the place DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR: where it is wanted, and is not allowed Salt to set. U.S. LAND OFFICE at ! Lake City, Utah, July 19, 1922. Woman Candidate for President. Vernal is NOTICE hereby given that Mrs. Belva Ann Burnett Lockwood Van Cott Funk, of Salt Lake City, Utah ran for President in 1884 and again in who, on June 7, 1921, made Homestead 18S8 on the ticket of the Equal Rights Mrs. Lockwood was born at Entry 030006, for SJSWJ-J-, Sec. 4, T. 8 party. Royalton, N. Y., in 1830. She was gradN.. R. 5 E., and Additional Homestead uated from Genesee college, Limb, N. Entiy, 030007, on Mav 18, 1q22, for1 Y., In 1857. She secured through her efforts the passage of a bill admitting Lots 4, 8, Sec. 3; Lots I, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7 women to the United States Supreme SJNE1, SEJNWi, NiSi, and S4SEJ4, court and she was later admitted under Section 4, Township 8 North, Range 5 it. She also was a temperance worker. She died In Washington May 19, 1917. East, Salt Lake Meridian, ,has filed notice of intention to make three-yea- r Proof, to establish claim to"the land The hail storms of this week above described, before the Register and in and around Randolph, although Receiver, ' U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 7thJay of Sept severe, did very little damage to Prices Hearsts International Ala flar? Funk, Register. Eggs & Oats Taken In Trade Evanston INTERIOR U. S. LANDOFFICF, Salt Lake City, Utah OF THE July 15. Gould B. Blakely Groceries v Good Housekeeping Proof, to establish claim to the above land described, before the Register C. A, Robinson William K. McDonald all of Woodruff Ut and Receiver, U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake City. Utah, on the 7th da of and Samuel South of Randolph Utah. Vernal Viierc are teeny other reasons why you should own n Je leu ai Ut us tell j ou why. Cash Needlecraft Motion Picture True Story CAR LOTS A SPECIALTY Notice East,Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice Entry ('3900S, for SiSEi, Section 3, T. 8 of intention to make three year Proof, to N., R. 5 K., and Mav 18, 1922, made establish claim to the land above descri Additional Homestead Entry, 03000!)fafor Lots 1, 2, 5, 5, 6, 7, and SIN 4, NJJSJ, bed, before the Register and Receiver, 8 North U. S. Land Office, at Salt Lake City, Ut S,l2SVi, Section 3, Township has Lake Salt 5 Meridian, East, Range :on the 7th day of September, 1922. filed notice of intention to make three-yea- r Claimant names as witnesses; - Over 2,:Zj,y.J in com- Popular Science Pictorial Review Sunset Munsey McCalls Charms." Strictly speaking, most authorities agree that charm should be applied to an object which has as 'its purpose tiie defense of its possessor against all evil, and his protection from any menace. This carries with it, according to some authorities, a clear ex' planation of the tortuous ugliness of tiie carvings and more or less hideous grotesqueries of the charms of more than one group of primitive peoples. The theory was that such a charm would act as a kind of lightning On the rod against evil forces. principle that like attracts like, they would prefer to seek the charm rather than its possessor and to such an amulet they were harmless. 26, 1922. Section 12, Township 8 Any one of Gees rcacoEiJ puts the Do Lays! in a class by ivaY?- Fun DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. LAND OFFICE at Salt Lake EklSWJ, Sec. 1. It is quite a Cosmopolitan Field & Stream Argosy mon thing, therefore, to see treasury notes flutter into the ministers collection plate and onto the sextons shovel. NOTICE is hereby given that Thomas 5. Wilson, of Woodruff, Utah who, on June DEPARTMENT 6, 1921, made Homestead Entry 030001, Vegetables WE ALSO BUY e, Notice Meats, Groceries, Fruits And, Below is listed some ot the magazines I now lave on sale te. CSlin. sr Alert. all's said and done you're worth whats under your hood. Become mentally Inert and you. stagnate. Allow the "Isms and the ifs of the times to flood your mental carburetor and you 11 choke the engine on the most crowded comer1. The man who succeeds must keep everlastingly fit. He must constantly care for whats under the hood. Many a time hell have to do what he doesnt want to do. But doing that well only makes a man of him. Small fry never do anything except what Men of big mold do many pleases. things distasteful to them to help others. In the end they're happier for it. So be a man of progress, lay attention to wlmts under the hood and keep the mental machinery well tuned to its task. Grit. Keep Mentally When Haying Extras ! ! We carry machine parts for the Dain, DeerinsG Hilwaukee and ricCormick Mowers, se We also handle Rake teeth, Cable, stones, Pushrake teeth, Oils & Bolts. Grind- We are prepared to fill your Haying Orders as we carry a full line of groceries and can goods in bulk. Get Our Prices. We Can Save You Money i Wyoming , crops, Sunday the storm was bad ember, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: i at Jacksons ranch the hail falling C Allen Robinson to a depth of oue inch. Tuesdays William K. MoDondald storm seemed to move south takThomas Wilson all ofJSalt Lake City, Ut ing in the town and immediate vi nd Samuel South Randolph Utah. storms were from Gould B. Blakely cinity. Both west. the Register . mm Rich County Furniture Go.