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"5 -vi' -:-: V-'-. - - ., L " V ; - PAGE SIX PROVO (UTAH) EVENING. HERALD TUESDAY, AUGUST- 31, 1937 . " AFTEfe'THE H0; ' .. :A bird TSL THAT HAS THE IsT THE VVORO I'lHl ALBATROSS OOMES 4$ FROM THE OLD . f td - SPANISH WORD j WORMS m I WOWBE FOUND ' i inside: nuts Ssssl. l HAVE. NO VISIBLE ZT I HOL.ES Vfe -s52 3, M WORMS AANTbE FOUND inside: nuts whose shells HAVE NO VISIBLE HOLES THE MOLE. THROUGH WHICH THE PARENT INSECT DEPOSITS HER. EGG, IS BORED WHILE THE NUT IS SMALL, AND CLOSES UP AS THE MUT GROWS LARGER.. IS THE ONLY com ii7 by wca tovtce. mc JUL MANY of the foods which we consider as absolutely essential to life are unheard of in other parts of the wortd. Some African tribes keep cattle for their milk, but do not eat beef. And they churn the milk to get butter, which, instead of being eaten, is used as hair dressing Export Copper Drops to New Low STEWYORK, Aug. 30 U.R Export copper dropped to a new low ' for the movement today, sales being reported abroad at 13.75 cents a pound, or M -cent - : below the current domestic price. . Earlier sales were reported at 13.80 to 13.87 -cents, against Saturday's range of 13.80 to 13.85 cents. , The new low largely reflected a downward movement in the bar wire price on the London Metal Exchange to an equivalent equival-ent of about 13 cents. A Former Monarch HORIZONTAL i Former king of Spain. 7 Donor. w 13 Pile. 1 4 Per ta i n ipgtoJ Alps. 16 Tiny skn opening 17 Before. 18 To harass. 19 Epoch. 20 Consumes-s. 22 Little devil. 23 He and his family live in 24 Last word of a prayer. 26 Resembling metallic ore. 28 Color. 31 Form XJtar 32 Broad. 33 Mistake. 34 Mountain pass, '35 Blackbird. 36 Therefore. 38 Father. 39 Drop of eye fluid. 10 Masculine Answer to Previous Puzzle I GDI AIT IP iClOlOlLl I iDlfilP I (CjR APE l" I AiN pjr IF I ORD HATE RL1r RAGE GRASPS m Lfc a tQCOOUDGE aUam I D ElASpK7! MF MU ATURjElAjp SL M E AT gUT APglRDROTOgni Ijpnc aTpIar I SONDKL RE PQlTlTXE TJANQ AjRUM JEOS . A S E A HlUlSiBlAlMDnTIElAIClHlElR pronoun. 41 Genus of geese. 44 Exclamation. 46 Detested. 51 Legal claim. 52 Genus of ground beetles 54 Wheel hub. 55 To observe. 56 Horse trained to run a mile. 57 To unclose. 58 He was king from . 59 His son married a (pi.). VERTICAL 1 Sound of pleasure. 2 Dregs. 3 To happen. 4 Music drama. 5 Perched. 6 Liquid part of fat. 7 To plunder. 8 Unit. 9 Culmination. 10 Moldings. 11 Verbal. 12 Musical note. 15 Knave of clubs. 20 His country has undergone many political (pl.). 21 Cleverer. 23 Hair on the eyelid. 25 Half an em. 27 Road. 29 Pitcher. 30 Silkworm. 32 Was victorious 34 Pertaining o pottery. 37 Laughter sound. 38 3.1416. 39 Dogma. 40 Serai. 42 Unless. 43 Prophet. 45 Nimbus. 47 Soon. 48 Woven string. 49 Always. 50 Lairs. 52 Form of "be" 53 Branch. 5 7 a 5 a b e I 7 0 "" 9 To n la" 13 " H 15 IS J " co a ea as " s?e " 31 ' r m 57 iS p7 42 kit, " 13 4o X1 "5"" "3" Ft III nl Mil I. I I ., BUDlLIDEag 4) hkntami Mnb know kern bulldlna coats orb lUatf trtrf day. ' Real Estate Is back on solid around and Inerasla la Tain. THAT! WHY It O TIME TO BUILD NOWl t-Com t-Com la and talk It otst with us. W ar wHcftU BUILDEB3 and max hem Of DISTINGUISHED. '- ' FOB THEIR ABCHITECTURAX, EXCELLENCE . . FOR THEIR STRUCTURAL SUPERIORITY m FOR THEIR UNUSUAL FEATURES , AND APPOINTMZiai. . C5iMUKYOU3H " ' : j ALBERT ; CHAUVJE, AXAiuiiuu i m luiHia , - it' i 1 , , - - .Administrator. .MOSCOW, Aug. SO LEK-A purge Pub. dates Aug. 17." 24, 31, Sept u ordered today alter tiiscovery of a "band of Trotskylst and Buk- nardinlst spies, terronsui ana traitors ; boring frotnu ritbln. Many pranking leaders were arrested ar-rested , or dismlssad ' 'ThQse arrested ar-rested were , charged with . trying to overthrow the Soviet government, govern-ment, dissolve collectivism and jm'troducapilbPmr Weddings take place in the United States oh an average of one every fiv seconds. it , - - -- LEGAL nOTICZS Probate and Guardianship Notices I Consult County Clerk or the i Respective Signers for rorther I Ilormauon. . , 1 A' . NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Peter Chauvie, deceased. de-ceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the under signed at the Law Office of Maur-r ice Harding, Farmers and Merchants Merch-ants Bank Building, Provo, Utah, on or before the 18th day of Oc- SUMMON3 . In the- Fourth Judicial D'JtrJct Court in v and for - Utah County, State of Utah. Consolidated , Holding Company Plaintiff vs. Elirabeth Clare'. Roberts Rob-erts and Ethel E. Stiebel ls Exe cutrices of the last will and testa ment of Charles H. Roberts, de Ceased, Elizabeth Clare Roberts, personally, Oliver Roberts, Mabel Southwick Roerts, wife .0 Oliver J:. Roberts Oliver Ladrue Roberts, Anne - Roberts, wife o Oliver Ladrue Roberts, Olive Elizabeth Roberts St. Joh nj Charles Henry Roberts, Heleq Lutitia Roberts, Richard Southwick South-wick Roberts, Ralph Southwick Roberts, Mary Louise Roberts,and Virginia Clare Roberts defendants; The state of Utah to the said defendant: T ; You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after the service of this summons upon you, if served wUhin the county in which, this action is brought; otherwise, withm thirty days after service, and defend the ubove entitled en-titled action; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will t-t. jet !J-Jt 1.1, Ft'..- be rendered against you' according 10 iv me . aemanq, 01 xne cpmpiauiT. whibh haa been a -filed with the Clerk of said Court, , i' . t Thia action is brought to foreclose fore-close a mortgage; on the following aescribed " property S."T n VTJ tah County, K Utah, to-wit; ' 'Commencing at a point on the Southern Boundary line f of the right-of-way of the S. P U .A. and S. I. R. R, East 1.30, chains South of, the West quarter corner of Section . 1, 6, S. R 1; V. 3, L. M; thence South .18.70 chains; to theSouthweslii corner of tthe Northwest quarter Vof . the . Southwest South-west quarter of said . Section; 1; thence East 20.00 chains; thence North 26.76 chains; to the South- western . une.,01 , saia Kauway Company's .lands; thence along said lands South 67! 50' Wfest,21.60 chains, to place of beginning. Area 45.45 acres. Also: the the North three-fourths three-fourths of the Southeast, quarter and the North half of the southwest south-west quarter of Section 2, Township Town-ship 5. S. R. 1, West Salt Lake Meridian. Area 200.00 acres. Subject to the right-or-way of the, San Fedro, Los Angeles, and Salt Lak Railroad, through said lands, and . for deficiency Judgment Judg-ment thereon. IRWIN CLAWSON Plaintifrj Attorney Bldg.iSalt Lake; Cit7, Utah. . Pubu Aug. 17,24.; sir sept. 7, NOTICE TO WATER USEKS The State of Utah t , - .. t. Office' of State "Engineer Sal lAkeaty - , s ' Notice is hereby- given that Upper Up-per East Union Irrigation Company, Com-pany, East River- BiJttum Water Company, Faucett Field Ditch Company, Alfred Young Ditch Company, George Boyce and Fred Dusterberg;' c-kj Tracy Colvin, R. Fi p.; No. 13V? Provo,- Utah have made Application in accordance Je; point' of , diversion of 24.76 second feet, of water from Provo River, in Utah, County,,, Utah. Said water has heretofore been diverted di-verted by virtue of Decree of the Fourth Judicial District Court of Utah County, .in Cases Nos. 718, and 2888 into the City Creek canal at a point N. 37 30 E. 800 feet from the WV4 Corner of Sec. 7, T. 6 S R. 3 E., SLB & M, and used from. January 1 to December 31, inclusive of each year, to irrigate 1304.87 acres of land embraced in WW Sec. 18, WH Sec .19, Sees. SO and 31, T. 6 S., R. 3 E., Sees 13, 24, 25, and 36. T. 6 S.t R. 2 E Sees. 5, 6. 7, 8, and 17, T. .7 S., R. 3 E., S. L. B. & M., and for incidental domestic purposes. P. O. Address 721 Cont'l Bank It is now proposed to divert said water' into . the . City, Creek ; canal at a noint S. 9 40 E. 1012 feet from the said WJ4 Cor. or Sec.s7, and use it -as beretoxore. ror, irrigation irri-gation and domestic purposes on the lands, hereinbefore, described. This - Application ' Is designated in the office of the State Engineer as No. -1372:-V - - All protests resisting the .granting .grant-ing said Application, with reasons rea-sons therefor, made In, affidavit form must be filed with T. H. Humpherys, State Engineer, Capitol Capi-tol BuUding. Salt Lake City, with one extra copy and S1.00 ( filing fee within 30 days after the date of completion of publication. T. H. HUMPHERY8, State Engineer Date of first publication August 10, 1937. Date of last publication September 7, 1937. SHERIFF'S SALE In the District Court, in and for Utah County, State of Utah. Zion's Saving Bank & Trust Company, a corporation, plaintiff vs. Startup Candy Company, a corporation; Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, a corporation; Farmers and Merchants Bank, a corporation, H. W. Startup and Jane Doc Startup his wife, whose true name is Martha A. Startup, defendants. To toe sold at sheriff's sale at eleven o'clock a. m. on the 16th day, of Sept. .1937, at the! front door of the Courthouse, in, Provo, Utah, ?, .the property ;situite!ln Utah ; County, -Utah.' and particularly particu-larly described as follows: - ' commencing . at v tne. Northeast corner of Block 2, Put "A", Provo . city survey, of Bunding Lots; . thence West 5&42t feet; thence South 120.78 feet; thence East 58.42 feet; thence NorU4l2a78 feet to the place of beginning. Also: Qmmencingi20.78 feet South from the Northeast! corner of Block 2, Plat MAV Provo City Survey of Building Lots; thence South 78 feet; thence West 13580 feet; thence North 138.60 feet, more or less; to the West bank of Mill race; thence Southeasterly 68.3 feet to the Southwest corner of A. F. Ahlander's land;0 thence East 104.28 feet to the place! of beginning. Together with all ditch and water rights -now or; heretofore used upon or in . connection With said property, or now or heretofore owned or acquired by the mortgagor, mort-gagor, whether appurtenant thereto, there-to, or evidenced by shares in a corpora.. on or association, or howsoever how-soever evidenced. Dated Aug. 21, .37. J E. G. DURNELL,! Sheriff, Utah County, Utah. Publication in Provo Evening Herald Her-ald Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 1937. BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES i By MARTIN 50.OTOKi TO TVS f n r r gi waJy rilliliiflllllirillllllllllilUi COPR. 1937 BY NEA SERVICE. INC T. M. REG. U. S.' PAT. OFF.i WASH TUBBS SOMENAMERE UP A TRIBUTARY OF THE AMAZON, WASH AND EASV ARE LOST; ANP DlSCOUeAGEP. THE GOLO RUSH SEEMS A FLOP. By CRANE f fm&w UOIM SIAOKE Vstrucic a submerged lo& sou ipvotj ) ', VARE. BETTER-ISO BACK. AMD ) ,ir kOZ 0m , MYRA NORTH, SPECIAL NURSE By THOMPSON and COLL f THfS 13 MOS7 1 BEG OF VU TO- VOU KWOW. AS WELL A WE UNUSUAL, DQ JASONlA 1RU3T ME, &EKJ1LE- DO, JAOW, THAT n'5 OWLV A ( hiOl KKJOWIWG WHO J ( MEM. BUT TW OUESIOW OF HME.. UNLESS I VTHE CHILD'S PARENTS J V CHILD'S 1IFE AJST I "THE 6ABY OIVEM A TRANS'- J "AT. ED BV THE STARTLING TRUTH. AMD "THE UTTER OF THE situation, DP JASON SLOWLV TURNS FROM THE HOSPITAL iOWCAKn I X HEV, MiSTER ' , s. EVER BREAK IT ( COIN & AS FAR J HAWKINS COVE ? SFl TO MVRA ? WHAT AS HAWKINS' V ER..VES' ' crtMt tn w cyiet ii T M tC Wt ''L ALLEY OOP By HAMLIN MISTAKEN, EH? WELL, TARE YEP WIFE A LOOK: AT THIS THINKS VOUfcE A SEE THEM KUOTS? TRIFLEC. HEY.' AWA WELL, WHERE D'YA GUZ, Y MUST BE JTHIKJK I GOT EM." 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