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fcEAVfcR COttt t TY "WEEKLY PRESS Beaver County Weekly; Press Karl S. Csulton,Editor . Entered at the Postofflce la Bmtit City, Utah, as Sacond CUm Mail Subscription $2.00 Per Year i NOTICE Thera will be a Cattlemen'e con rentlon held at Bearer' City. Tues day, July II. 8:10 p. m., at the Matter county court house.. The purnoee of thla meeting la to elect a to attend eonrentlon. which will be held at Salt Lake City July 21st All cattlemen of Bearer coun ty are urgea to be present. Range conditions and other Important mat ters are to be discussed. J, T, Tanner, President Bearer CountrCettlemen'r'Assoclatioit.' dira the-sU- te -- .: NORTH CREEK ITESIS Friday, July 11 1919 RECURS YOUR WINTER COAL AT ONCE .: Mr and Mrs! Johnny Green. Mr and Mrs. Victor Crosby. Bernett Had portant that 'consumers secure their gee and Ruth Valentine scent Uat winter-coduring the summer mon week at Puffer's Lake. They report the. The coal mines are in a posi haring bad a rery nice Ume an3 tion to Increase greatly the present brought home some Una specimen of output by working full time durir trout ' : " . ? the summer as well as winter mon ths, and the carriers are now able to Mrs. Mary Green spent sereral handle coal shipments with muc In Bearer with 'her daughter days greater dispatch than will be possible -v later n. Hra.iPadlgo, last -- week; remaining Coal should be stored for winter unUl after the 4th. i use by erery farmer, householder Mrs. Richard Qregson and daugh and business concern, to insure again st such a coal shortage as confronted ters, Helen and Grace of MUford the people of Utah in the winter of are spending a few days at the bone II1MW of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green. The regulation of the gorernment baring been remored and the posst Miss Ollre Grorer of Bearer Is ble demand In excess of the arail- a few days with her sister able eupply, during the winter mon spending ' Irene and' Owenera, the baring a decided effect upon the e price of coal, it appears that It is ad Miss Verle Gillies and Miss Fay rlsable, from an economic stand Baldwin of Salt Lake, who are ris-point to place your, orders for win lting friends and relaUres of Miss ter coal nowr Gillies went on bona hack with Public Utllltlea CommlHion . of party of young people to Puffer Lake UUh. Thursday morning plcnlcing to be T. E. BANNING, Secretary. gone about a week. al ? During the past two. years the eminent, railroads ana state jot- utin- - commissions were called upon and conducted a campaign, urging con sumers to secure their supply of wln- tra coal during the summer months, J." IB rst la order te keep the coal mines working during the entire year, sec--ond to utilize equipment durisrHhe slack;, period and reliove the shortage of railroad cars occasioned by .beery orders for coal shipments at Ktoewnra:aucli:Mrf were needed ; nioring (rain and other products .ly ' . , of th Tfl,x:rr3rTZTl?-'i--? The large acreage of wheat and .other grains this year Indicates an ' Vxceptlonally heary crop, which will re to be mored by rati during the late summer and the fair months, making a heary demand upon the railroad equipment and of neccea- - slty curtailing the supply of .cars arsilable for nee In coal traffic. . To meat the conditions which, will prerail In the near future, It Is Im Its power has been proved service vyere owner '' '' "T . -- . iirvirrnRnif he effectecl d Motor of the Nash Six has Vatve-In-Hea- Fob Romdmtt powerful, economical and quiet to an unusual, degree. Accepted generally as marking a far step in advance in motor construction, when first shown nineteen months ago, it has now proved itself in actual performance. I Dr. Glhaon and K B THRESHING SCHOOLS FOB) 4 piano, bis brother, Mr. Reese Gri-- f went orer to Mllford last Wednee-GRAIN BATING mtns, wnose noun work is a atate - day erening and helped to get tbe wiae xame. Tneir repertoire for the boy scout morement orer there an ' Mr. Elmer Johnson from the de- program corerea the Rosary, and der way partment of agriculture at Washing- others from the best composers - of ton, D. C, under the dlrrection of classic music. Perfection. stamped William W. Ollrer of Logan, Utah, the execution of both performers. MRS. E. A. SHTPP . assistant county educator at the agri- and It is hoped they will come again Bearer, Utah . cultural college in Logan, payed Bea- Noon. Mr. Lew Griffiths rare a rerr Anyone wishing Laundry dona rer, a risit recently for the purpose sound talk on the short comings of either waahlng, ironing or both of holding a threshing school among the careless world and the way to . Call np. the farmers of the following counties remedy them. He told many inter- Bearer, Millard, Iron and Washing-- esting experiences, and bore testi ton. mony to tome remarkable demonstra Tbe meeting was held in the morn- tlons. He is an earnest and enter Pa $140 .. , Si$40 . 3(?iii(a(r ... $2250 Stdut . FevrJPaaaailSr Coup..,, $2250 '. . " TWnjlCat $1480 demonstrated the fact that it is Rtrtz-Ylan- . " .v; Utah Transportation Co. . afternoon at the stake bnlld- - taining speaker. ing and ' v"; , tag. A return of tbe Three R' days for MANDERPTELD NOTES the threshermen, which inrolre eduMr. Calrin Bradshaw ot Mander cating the separator man concerning the running, repairing and adjust- field, was here last week on a risit ing of his machine la the schools un- with relaUres and friends. Miss Retta Lund celebrated at Bea der the direction of the United States department of agriculture and state rer on July 3rd and 4th All Manderfteld took In the cele agricultural colleges, has prored rery successful in other states where the! bration at Bearer on the Ird and 4th. Bom on July. I a fine baby boy to schools hare already been held. wraasnaw The primary purpose of these mr. ioa mm. schools is to Instruct the threshermen Among those who rioted here last In the care and operations of their week were Mr. and Mrs'. Th6mas outfits, so that the waste of grain Sly of North Creek, parents ot Mr. ' in threshing will be minimized. It J. H Twitchell. is' estimated that grain '"earing -- 'at Miss Margaret Pollel ot Salt Lake threshing time last year sared who haa been netting at the home of bushels of wheat One day schools are being held In reeturn to her home some time next Miss Pollel says she has email towns, throughout the state of week. had a as well a as Urely time and hates to leare number of eastern Utah, atatea. ' la Maryland they hare ar- her many friends and acquaintances schools In the made while here. ranged for six grain growing districts. Scott Ortin haa sold his property The largest school held waa at the nenar the mill on tenth street to An of Minnesota, MinneapoUnlTersIty drew, Ukerman and haa mored his lis from June llth to June 10th. The local Farm Bureau beaded by family to Parowan to reside. County Agent Christiansen ,1s doing Albert Lawrence,; the efficient all it can to r help the proposition has gone to Cedar and that plumber along. . . locality for the summer. ; Jack ifurdock came up from bis Mlsa Rodgers, who has been in Bearer Bottoms ranch to spend the fourth with bis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Salt Lake sereral months, employed O. A. Murdock, and to be with bis in a department store, is spending elster. Mrs. Wnu Barrett who la here her vacation at home here. 1 from California. ' Ben Bohn and Stanley Puffer left Tbe M. L A. win meet on the Li- Thursday to attend to mining Interbrary square on Sunday erening, en- - ests in Iron county. compassing a choice program. .All Mrs. Kent Morgan passed away Jast are lnrited to be present. Wedneadar night after a brief Illness L I. A. The Mllford boy scouts will be The M. I. A. meeting Bundsy er- 'orer Sunday about thirty strong and ening took place at the park hall, Join the Bearer spouts In a hike to 'with the East ward officers In charge Puffer Lake, and some time they will while the Stake officers of the West hare. ward attended the association l ' Dr. Mllford. Here Mr. Mitchell presidJ. J. Buswell, optromltlst. of ed with dignity, after the rerulsr 8alt Lake will be at the Bearer Ho-topening number, the Griffiths Bros, rriday noon until Saturday J p.' of lOnersrille were introduced to m., July IS. No Charge for testing an. appreciatlre, large audience.. Mr. eyes. References, are worn piasses Stanley Griffiths accompanied on the for health aa well asrislon. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY. ; f INTER-MOUNTA- . LOT IN f) e INSURANCE Money to Loan on Approrad f ' ' Farm Lands JOHN VALUE CARS AT 1 DLL) ME PRICES ' C. McGARRY ' Bearer Utah ! 4 t.i nil ww mi sr Abetraats for Mineral Patents s' Lleeaaed Abetreeter REPORTS ON ' 1-- PROPIRTlIt a Mllferd and teaver, Utah 4 one-da- y v. ' - O. A. MURDOCK ATTORNEY AT LAW Bearer, Utah 1-- g R. J. Schultz practices in ail the Courts the State 1- -4 LEGAL NOTICES '' e Rate for all Legal RottoM line, point tyye. t PROBATE IN f AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES Consult County Clerk on tbe atgners for farther Inform ation rea-pectr- re - 1-- 4, 1-- 4, V e, State, the patent "deed for which is a iso recoraea in the office of the County recorder of Bearer County, Utah, and reference to said record of said patent deed is hereby made (or a more perfect description of satd patented lode mining claim; also, The following described personal property consisting of all the machln ary and other fixtures and personal property attached to. appurtenant to or used upon or in connection with the said mining property, hereinbefore mentioned, including 1 electric autostarter, 1 electric motor, one power gas engine, two transformers, one machine drill, rock drill and fillings, all the rails and ties In and about the mine; all pipe and pip ing connections in and about the engine, compressors and mine; also exhaust pipe, and all small tools of rerlous kind and description, and all steel and drills; three mining cars, two skins, and one rrindtnr stone; all cables on drum and run ning to the mine, two gasoline tanks, one two roomed bunk honi. an range cook store, all cooking nten- sus, pots settles, pans and dishes, " two' water barrels,: one , blacksmith hop, includinr anrtl. . form and tools, one lumber engine .house; also gasoline engine and compressor, and one thousand feet of h Sir nine: and all hntldlnra (nnla machinery and appliances and property of erery nature or kind situated upon said lode mining claims Or any of them. Dated this 2Sth dar of Jane. A. D. T six-hor- se one-Inc- mi - A. L. roTOTCRrwrmiu Sheriff Bearer County, Utah. . uy wiinam Hurst, Deputy. corpornUon, William P. Knox, Bearer Utah, , Attorney" for Plaintiff. To be sold at Sherirs Sale, on First Publication June 17, 1111. Friday, the llth day ot July A. D. Last Publication, July 11, 1111, at the hour of twelre o'clock Boon of said day, at the front door "NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION of the County Court House, in Bearer In the County of Bearer in the Department of the Interior, U. 8. State of Utah, the following des.Land Office, Salt Lake cribed property towlt: City, Utah - The Stampede No. 1. Stampede No ' Z. Stampede No. June II. 111! I, 8tampede No. 4. Notice is harahv Stampede No Z A, Stampede No. 8 tha Twa A, Stampede No. S. Stampede No. , Fotherlnaham. of Adamavrn ru. Stampede No. 7, Stampede No. I. who on June II, 1114. made HomeStampede No. I, Stampede No. 10. stead Entry, Serial No. 01 17 J 4. for Stampede No. 11. Rtmni m is' N 1 8W Section 88, Township, 8Umpede No. II. unpatented, lode' II South. Range 8 Wast Salt Lake mining claims, situated in the Lin- Meridian, has tiled notice of intencoln kTlatng District, la tha County tion to make three-yea- r to ot Bearer. In the Bute ot Utah, the establish Claim to tha land Proof, ahnva da. notices of location of which are all scribed, before the Clerk of tha Dis on file and of record In tha trict court, at. Bearer. .Utah 0n the the County Recorder of Bearer Coua uay oi JUVvlil. ty. Utah, reference to which (a hereuiMmaai nao as witnesses: by made for a perfect descrintlon 0bri-- W. Co. John n of each and erery one of said lode William W. Stewart. Oeorra Rtavart. of AdarosrtUe, Utah. mining claims; and the Stamneda a)l GOULD B. Regiiter. Mining Claim, patented, situated In First PublicationBLAKLET, Jane 10, 1111. said Mining District County and Last Publlcatloa July II, 1111 Inter-rener- a. ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS EsUte of Euclid Martin, deceased. Creditors will present claims with rouchera attached, to the administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Euclid Martin, deceased, at the office of lussell E. Parsons, Bearer City, UUh, on or before the 16th day of September, Russell E. Parsons, Admlnstrator with the will annexed of the estata Jot Euclid Martin, deceased. Russell X.. Parsons, Bearer. Utah, lilt. attorney tor administrator. First Publication July 11 . Last Publication. August 1st 111! la th District Cbart of the Fifth JadidaJ District of the State of UUh, la aad for the Gouty of Bearer, Probate DirUkm. Hocnlto3:S01Mt 1-- 1-- 4, City, Utah ; CCca over Toltoa & Son. 1-- 4. ear NOTICK TO CREDITORS SIXTEEN YEARS A CHIROPRACTOR 1-- 4. lilt . el Smith. Deceased.. NOTCTJS FOR PUBLICATION Creditors Will nreaent rlalma with Touchers to the undersigned at the Iepertinent of the Interior, U. 8. Offlee of William r. Kim in tfc Land Office at Salt Lake ' ephone Bldg. In Bearer, Bearer Co., City, Utah utan, on or oerore Norember 1st A. June 15, D. 1111; Notice la hereby glren that Irrin a Dated thla iSrd dT f in Jensen, of Richfield, Utah, who on d. . February 10, lllf, made HomeWINNIFRED SMITH stead Entry Serial No. 011801, for E 1 NW Nl-- 1 8W Estate Louise Smith deceased. Section l, Township II South, Range William P. Kaox, Bearer, Utah. 7 West, Salt Lake Meridian, haa filed notice of Intention tn mil. NOTICE . PO RPUBUCATION three-yea- r Proof, to establish claim to tbe land abore described, before Departmeat of the Interior, U. S. the Clerk of the District Court at tmma vmce as Ban lAke tucnneia, Utah, on the Ith day ot aty, Utah August. 1111. Claimant names aa witnesses: Morten Jensen, Curtis Jensen, July l, Notice la hereby siren thai Ben Benjamin Ward, C. W. 8terena, all nett T. Ashby, of Marytrale. Utah. of Richfield, Utah. who on June 14. lilt, made HomeGOULD B. BLAKLET, Register. stead Entry, Serial No. 017711. for First Publication July 4, 111! 8W 4 NE W 1 SB SB Last Publication, August 8. 111! Section I, Township It 8W SHERIFF'S 8ALB South, Range S West Salt Lake M. haa filed notice ot Intention to make proof to establish claim to la the District Cosnri of tbe Fifth the land abore described, before the Judicial District of tbe State of Clerk ot the District Court, at JuncUtah la and for the Couty of tion, Utah, on the llth day of AugBearer. ust 1111. Ruben Baldwin, Plaintiff Claimant names aa witnesses: ' Cyrum Howev Joseph Pitta, Josru. E. ot John Dennla, all Pearson, eph Mines Company, a corStampede Marysrale, Utah. The First National Bank GOULD B. BLAKLET, Register. poration. of Bearer City, a corporation deFirst Publication July 4. 1111. fendants. Last Publication. August 1. 1111. Isaac Goodwin, War Brans. Ambrose Cox, Jeddle Dean, George Dal- PTBLIO LAND SALE u, - w4ier uaiion, cnarles Zabrls-klJohn KelMyi . ... Marshal, Department of the Interior, U. S. Vean Erans. and theClyde TeUuride Pow-e- r Land Office at Salt Lake Company a 9B) In the matter p the Estate of Louise . June 14, 11 la harebr ttren Notlc tht A. rected by the Commissioner of the General Land Office, under nroris- lons of See. S4SS, R. 8 . pursuant to the application or Charles T. Harris. Serial No. 0111 01. we will offer it eahlic aala. to tha hlrhMt htditur tut at not less than 11.60 per acre. at I o'clock p. m.. on tne rourta day of August, next at this office, the following tract of land: SB NB 4 Sec 21. T. It S. R 7 W., S. 1-- 4 1-- L. If. The aale will not he kept open. hut Will be declared closed vhen those present at tha hour named tn.Hnr tha hlrheat hid will K m. qulrd to Immediately pay to the re- ceirar ins amount inereoi. Anr neraons clalmln idnrMlt lha .hoTew3aacrilMMl land ip ada. ed to Hie their claims, or objections on or oetore tne time obsignated tor sale. GOULD B. BLAKLET, Register First Publication, Jul 4. 1111 . Last Publication, August I, 1111. - lllf SSaWBavaaamiBBBt V 1-- 4, n. '' rn. KfltWMlWWf'