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beaVer county r;rr::LY prec3 LOCAL AND V PERSONAL i First National Bank ' McShaae has rotten MIm Jeesie Robinson .from Esnrr Mrs.,,0.-- T. from Salt Lake, quite a new Bottoms Is risking at the heat of borne Mr. Hn. George Skater. rerson, following an operation noon the tonsils. Hrr daughter. 'Miss ' : ' Beaver, Utah ud For SaleGood ' Flarer Piano, iJica, makes a remarkable little Wuse keeper, aad she has determin ed that her mother shall be an Inur. terested spectator for a' time la her Mis Katharine Mathews vat la rwn bona. town for the foartb .from Sonta Creek ramp, tone instance abort Mr. apd Mrs. Owen Grorer enthe Marshall Lerl ranch. tertained the following outof town gnests oa the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Murdoch Is homo from B. W. Clay and Mrs. L. L. 8chnmach Baa Diego, California, to spend fa er of Burbank J Mr. and Mrs. D. B. few weeks witb bis parents, Mr. and James and family and Mrs. R. Greg-so- n and little daughters. Helen and Mrs. Jos. Murdoch 8r. Grace of Milford; Miss Marrel Wul- Kiel Ipson Joined his wife hare feastein of St George j Mr. and Mrs. last week for a few days and took P. H Beckett aad family and Miss In the big doings the third and four M, Wulfensteia of Frisco; Miss Pear Bowman of Bunkenrflle, Kerada. th. .;;v,I George Price who has been workMrs. Lottie Powell Smith from ing at Milford at the shops, is spend Frisco, attended the celebration on lug a few weeks with bis mother, Mrs the 4th here. "with iher sisters, Mrs iiHanBshjpriet; Low and Mrs. Ipson. Dr. and Mrs. Warren. Shepherd Master Howard Shorts has .been returned from the Eastern tea board ailte-alcHe celebraUd , bis first feeling mnch improred. The aeri hoUMK-- a Mrs. birthday Jnlr 7th. which may he Jons illness Kent for handsome the Morgan and Mrs. 8am White, partly responsible little fellow's disability. elicjted the 'doctor's attention im mediately. While Dr. I Fairbanks Is 'Miss Margaret Joseph ft rtsltlng making friends rapidly, there was a in Lehl, while her cousin, Mist Th el-- f glad ripple orer the community at Jones, of that place, is with the the sight of the reliable old friend, Dr. Shepherd with his skilled hand Joseph family at Adamsrille. aad sympathetic presence. Dr. FairCy. Darts had the misfortune to banks went to Salt Lake for a short lose a fine horse a few dart ago. It Star--'r1- is presumed that he saw asnake In To say that Bearer took on a the rtrer where he was ' drinking, and Jumped back and threw himself highly metropolitan a! during the in a manner which broke his neck. past week, would only be telling fair. The- risltors from "all parts Mr. and Mrs. John Athin recetred of the county appeared to enjoy a message Tuesday morning that fthemselrea and how we did enjoy Not that their son Will had jurt landed' In that Milford orchestra. oar's to New was Tork lsnt the 4hat he up mark, but right Brooklyn. the snappy style of our pleasing neiwell and would soon be home: ghbors la to be highly appreciated. cars were prettily decorated (Their of Mention In recent city papers Utah soldiers discharged front Ft D and they all looked flat. Then they A. Russell, at Cheyenne, Wyoming, said our Mr. Strickland and Dr. Gib- oii ftoa surely were past masters at the art three Bearer cennty M. Klrkland. Mflford; Frank Perry art of preparation, hospitable greet lings, Ideas '.for amusement, choice and Arthur M. Turner. sports, manner of conducting IndeMrs. Jennie Morgan and 'four chil- pendence programs ' and looking out dren returned to their home In So for the welfare of the boy scouts as cost $800. Pric . tm. TiLtt-- Bcott ' - AND STOCKGROWERS -- Tr - (fvu..w;K.,,x,v:B;r.1J:,.;, MERCANTILE - CONSERTATIVE- IN POLICY - PROGRESSIVE IN FACILITIES - FARMERS . ' .J. HELPFUL IN SERVICE - .... THIS IS THE RECORD OF THIS BANK k. or COMPANY . - 9 3 t . tilirsltiiMoiilf?si) : -- ; In moj homes the housewife either buys the food herself or at least selects the brand.. , If from THIS DAY ON every Utah wife would DEMAND Utah iProducts, the home mdustry problem would be solved. To a very great extent the prosperity of the state is in the hands of the women. ' - ::tt.tttt;t?sMt.,mt:;r;.?.tttV. men---D- Kewliouss !3erc: Co: rter county on Wednesday, after rislt to her parents, Mr. ; and, Mrs. Ed, Patterson. There were two .three informal parties giren for her. GENERAL MERCHANDISE 1; CAirrwiUGHT reception I feel highly honored to - be your Food products and household ' articles form ''a large part of Utah's manufactured goods. ' You are not asked to sacrifice either quality r price, but to give preference to home they compare favorably products only when ' I with other goods. I ) ; j Utah Manufacturers Associatioh page: UL .guest Aant Margaret Griffiths from Ad amsrllle spent the fourth aad the With your near, kinsmen and among T. ..: tht rest past week yith rher son would L. L. Griffiths No one begin- I wish you Joy and' happiness, .r She looks well Aatl your hearts desire in righteons- her to guess age. and sprightly and enjoyed her rislt As you obeyed your country's call, . " try much. Aad endured the trials that come to Aubrey Tolton went back to Salt fought In tht world's Lake after their trip to Brlces and Those that ' war, other canyons, where they were ac aa companied by Miss Irene Tolton. We art thankful you returned well as are you Mrs. Aubrey and their two children will remain here for some little time Amid our feasting and good cheer. ' Remember our forefathers, tht pio f with their grandparents. neers. That left their hornet for the Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson, T Gospel's sake, who hart been doing temple work Aad laid the foundation of Utah's state. for some time at St George, return ed to their home a few days ago at Tour grandfather used to hum and ting Adamsrma, while the temple It el ed. ' Mrs. Johnson's health Is not at while at made the mighty anvil g. all good and It Is believed that Bea Now, he working on tht other rer county will be best for her. -- SHEEP MEN'S SUPPLIES Dry Goods, Coots and Shoes Groceries -;;yand. Ifinin2 Supplies Wm. MORRIS, Mgr. - .i ljljlc - Newhousc, Utah aririr-i- r . ; aide. Miss Norella Turnbow Is sorely Hoping that you and your beautiful bride aa artist in many ways and especially when ft cornea to the adjust- wm follow In his footsteps, faith ... ment of line fabrics. It was the ful aad true,: So come un true that may happiness fashioned who the Goddess gown 'for the day of days. Miss Turnbow is to you. X spending the mmntr here wttn tear And aow am thinking of your dear brother Joq, sister, Mrs. Anderson. Who went on a mission, lored by friend and foe v Mr. A. J McMullen and son Jack were Bearer risltors en the Fourth. Who died at a martyr hi tht mission TXT Kitchen Comfort and Meals onTime Puritan Oil Giokstoves mean cool kitchens food meals on time freedom from the " 1 kitchen heat aod drudgery of coal fires. - Like a gas stove for convenience-ligh- ts instantly flame th utensil. on Set indicator high, the right cooking pltft low coots fast or slow no fire tending. Burnt medium kerosene oil efficient, economical, always available. For best reult$ ue Con-o-c- o Safety Oil. ' Sold by all dealers. iiliciouiJy-cooke- d, ,. : t . . - Me-Mull-en . CONTINENTAL"" OIL"COMPANr-4A4 Dsavtr M All 0 o v 0 p. Q 0 o o ' also making a run to Rent's lake for As a trut soldier of the cross his a couple of days ilshtng Mr. lift did yield. la general manager of the United" Copper - Mines at - Black Aad your, angel mother will wish TO Joy, Roeaw-- .. As tht looks loringiy' down on'"her Mr, aad Mrs. John Skinner spent baby boy. the 4th in Proro and they say the Dear Children, lire at near right as parade was something grand That yoa. eaa th airship tying and - everything, And obey tht laws of God and man, was a great treat to them. They Aad your future will be bright and orougat noma with them. four of wa. their grandchildren who will spend Wt bless you as fathers and mothers some little time with them. Is Israel. ' , Adulation and approved from near AUNT BETSY " and far hart been rife upon the unl. et dignity and charming appearance Old Caesar thought he knew about of the Goddess tf Liberty, imperson- tbe tented field, baring followed his ated by Mlsa Viola Patterson oa the master aa body servant through the 4th.. She is a beautiful young wom war between tht States, but Camp an and tbt rarious committees wish Jactaon was a revelation to him. to thank her for so perfectly taking "Tor mean, Mats Jeems," he the Important place on the patriotic hla young maussa. program. Miss Harris of Milford. "dat dese young gem's cant drink wm a rsry striking Columbia, ftar. noth?a' stronger spring watert" ing tbt doubly good luck of two of That's ft,r-""-"Bearer's talented daughters at home "Aa no frollcktn' wid de gals?" for the summer In the persons of 7,one whatever." Miss Lena Beck and Miss Katherine "An ao swearin at dt muleeT" Bernard, the , accompaniment and regulations." "Against singing of "My America was ' a "Lot Msus' Jeems, dlsher ain't e camp. Disher't a eamp meetfn. pleasing number ex sen ted by them. 1 eraJ-txamlne- at nviiiTidr!).!! ...as. km s i ? a i v. 77-- V 1 'ft d I 1 IT IT KTW . MILFORD SHOE & HARNESS REPAIR COMPANY New Stock Shoe and Harness Supplies SPECIAL ATULMIOX-T- rABOg. : POST ORDKB9 Modern Equipment . FIRST CLASS JVORIL Peter Weidner, Prop.