|Manti Home Sentinel
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|Manti Home Sentinel
The Home Sentinel -- Published by & IIARRIKQTQN V UTICK Told me to go and preaih the alter tlie fireworks on the 4th CREDITORS. he fixed if and wasnt to how, gosjiel jut every living creature. Notice is givn by the Didnt tejf you to preach to as he ia, and wantad the twenty undersigned hereby administrator of the Nadollars boot nvnev t,o send the niggers, did He? estate of James Parson, deeeaiej, to than off to tbs select school, there the creditors and all persons having "That'll ijo now." against saiii deceased, m ex"You thought that the Lord had is no man op earth could buy claims , hibit them, with tlie called you again the other day, that mare. Than lie ir 11 get tired months within after vouchers, fpur ami stand around sideway, put the first qul'liiat inn didnt you? uf tins iiotieijt-- i "I dont know what you are his left arm up on the f nee, and tlie said ailniistratof at lii office in county, I'tali, thi said the minister. begin to whittle again, and sugar Mauti, San Pete for talking tlie pUre tlie ttansni:tii,;i being runs the man the. other know the "Dont you tlit day of the busine-t- of estate in sai you told me that you had a call factory down h the lorncr is county of San Pete, i Dated at Mauti 1 San lH to go to another plat, an you skinning us farmers put of d April sd, lss,, would go if you could get two teeth. Without going into hundred lollar more? Wouldnt tails as to ninety nine qther con, dminilultor the Lord give you the two hundred bmatpns by whin a farmer ragj reat op. about or agaiit a raijl dollars?"7 1 to I hush, fonce, it may noJL he ouj, of paccj tel) you vpjfJjTt is Notice hpreby given by the sir. throwing down the paper to Fpeftk of sitting on t,op of a the administfiitor signed, Tlie fence. farmers, aftpr tryingthpd'T apd glaring at his son. the Estate James C. Snow, ,A wid pf to several for me "Np, sir, you laid positions, jpstinitivelr climb up the fence gnil rest deceased, to the creditors of. behave myself." on the top rail, their feet vsting fipd all persons liaving claims 'Well, see tha) you do. on the third rai) from the top, against, the said tin eased, t exI wisl; youd tell me. which is always laid with pro- hibit them with the necessary "Tell yyu aboyt what?; within four months afLout thecal). jections enough to make good vofichers ter tlie first, publication of Ibis Well, a church in another footipg, and an hour wid j,as as town wanted me o come and the fellows talk of the times when nqtice.to tho said administrator at M anti, San Pete county, ff.T. they settled in the country, and preach there. Dated at Manti, San Pete Co., of tJj hardships they baye en Why $dnt you r(o? 1, 1SS5. May Couldnt affori) it. Tljey dufoL and how tlie h,ildrcn Geqrge Snow, and have dont pay enough mypey. gone away, jrown up Administrator. inwill loud conversation drift enough jvas ajad )e (al) vipsnt it? to sleepy channel, and t lip horny NOTICE TO CREDITORS. "Welb hardly, assented Mr. haided sons gf toil will suddenMulkittle $vith a smilp. It wasnt ly femember that the chores are ESTATE of John K. Christian-sen- , Notice is hereby given loud enough to he very inter.estr to be dope, and with jt, Goodthe pnderigned, administrator by and mnight, Lige, aDrpparoiirpl and administratrix, of tlie estate of "If it l;aR been lyyder wpuh) agip Ike, they wijl John E. Christiansen, deceased, to seperate and one will take a mijk the creditors of, and all persons hav. you went. claims against tfie said deceased, d I should have g.qne if tljpy pail apd a stool and ing to ax bjbit them with tlie necessary had offered me enough money" r.o towfird tlie lot where theepws within four months after It waspt the Lori) that callp,') have cpme home, while the other vouchers, the first publication of this notice, will gp across the road to his to the said administrator or adminyou that t)me, was it ' I think not. barn apd throw down some hay istratrix! at their residences in City in tpe Countv of tllow much mpppy did tl)g for- the horses, and they will bpth Ephraftn Ban Pete, U. T. I.qrd offer you? go to bed ftt eight oclock fis Dated at Ephraim City U. T-- j Do you see that door tired as tliopgh they had )cen April 2.!, ISfio. IIknky Bkal, Administrator Vhich ope; that one7 poin)- - mowing. i?ut they had a spjen-did- , CfKOKiii.NE D. JAKEMAN n uec-si-ar- Manti, San Pete Co.,M . T. THE MOUNTAIN RAKE. mirror af my (cot a deep crystal Lay Fish Lake pqt It was a sight t.o ple;f,e ari eve. east the shyre to.the Upon he tall Jye tlijit- - The lngnlaijrs fup-'rLto kiss the sky. af-tis- ta ' and r, faw-iimhe- eejn.ed Ami jrjany a yawning ghns.ni, black wit h shade. OYrhung with .jagged rocks. likj hoary . So wierd the dav-go- d scareelv dared invade Ip.-kj- .Gray-mossed, e ar jnvited ty call and j That long, green western fl,9pe I its prapfleyr THE Farmers pf Ban IV le c s .(Diites.writ.teu for the Sentjnel. on jhich Lake, iever .County, j sheet. A j riot ure In sublime. THE FAJIMEfiB. I af-yu- ch-e-- climb. Ami like a TD the an ucyv .ex.-an- ne Improved worl.4 renounce) ft Walter A. Wood Twine finding Harvester and Mower .at the MITCII EL WAGON Varda, Ephraim, The Mitchpl Wfigona ; Farm nd Spring John Peers k Co, and Iand Rlows; Bylky (Ifile Cliijled Plows am) Hay Rakes, an) other First Class Farming Jmplements wffl he at the following places : fof -- re- - And ignoqus .blocks piled on tli.e earths dank breast ; The Runs last bpnm shall tpieh with grace. Where cradled liberty finds space Upon the topmost crag the eagle builds her nest. J. P. MADSEN And half a hundred flepder tinkling streams, Gliding through beds offfoyers. Rich grass, and sylvan howprs. ing. With songs of birds add music Ves, sir.77 "Yes. 6ir. to the scenes. Mrs. Ellen Jackman. "Well, g out and shut jt. I want to stay in here. Ypu eannup. Why Some 11 era Weak and Samp Were Sufficiently Simmy. MaNTL B. "Why "You are top foolishly jpqqisi-tiv- man, after retiring frqm g prgtit-ub- le afternoons which he had assured dyspeptics that potato salad would Rot hurt them sat by the library fire when the youngster entered i Where have bee, pa? wprkrw-djirin- g q To the fair. What fair? Our church fair, Did they have it put to the fair grounds? No. , Where then? Down town iiTour chqrch, Did they have horses find cows? Oh no. They didnt show guy TH U N N Y( J I) A 1IIS. e. I , I thing. ' What did they do?" Oh, they sold toys and some- thing to eat. Did they sell it to the poor? They sold it to. anybody who tad money.7'5 it wa&the ; ' 5 feast of the j pagg-ovo- r, wasnt it? ' r.Mulkittle looked at big ppjj for a. moment and said : No, it wasnt the feast of the passover. Wlu res your mother? Gone out to sew for the church. Does the church want money? Of course. But they dont want to make their fathers house a den of up, sir? r Will you hush But they made the temple a den of thieves, didnt they? Yes. How did they? By selling cattl in it. And th Lord didnt like that, did He? No ' He wanted em to sell oysters, didnt he?" Ill box your ears if you dont behave yourself. Ill be good, moving away from his father. Mr. Mulkittle took up a newspaper and began to read. Do you want me to be a preacher?" the bov asked, Yes if the Lord call you. Did. the Lord call you? Yes. it What did he eay? How much must I talk Here, Ill give you ten cents npw if youll go on away. Call aint strong enpugh, said the hoy, shaking hij5 head. heyes a quarter, sav1 thp preacher, sipiling. Calls strong enoggh, replied the boy, taking thp money and hijrrying away. THE OLD RAIL FENCE. The In Nashville, during the ypnr spiling October 1, no lawyers were arrested, hut three piinisters were, three journalists apd eighteen physicians. Nashvijje law- yers eviileptly know hovy to con-pethem, selves. A member of the Royal Scotch Medicine College fiffirms that all civilized people eat top lunch. The way every hoarding house jnAmerjqa will .agree with the doctor will make the dust ily from the dinner plates. r,his is pretty haw bread Mrs. Shfivepepy,'baid Crimson beak to his hoarding house mistress the other piprning at break fast. "I'erhnps sp," rpplied the lady sharply ; hut ypud think it a gpod ilea) harder jf you did n't have any. What is tlie difference lietween a lawyer and ft doctor asked an I dont know observing map,"You see what you ipoap." when a lawyer pas a eipse it lasts for years, but when a doctor gets a case he generally makes quick wrk of it." At the cireps : Wifo to hus band (), just look at that woman, lifting that man with her teeth, Husband They are piar ried no doubt. Wife (innoeeply) Husband Been use if Why they were not married she could not raise hipi so well with her jaw. Hajalma Hjortli Boycsen has an article in tho n'Uymmlcnt Monthly entitled A Vicarious A vicarious poet, wopre I7oet. ia one who puts his name sume, to other people's verses and sends them to the newspapers as original, There are several of him. al of barbed-wir- e fppees aroupd farms, usurping the place of the pld rail fence, destroys half of the pleasure of farming. There is , something about the pld rail fence that is real comfortable, find the barbed-wir- e fence is forbidding, cold, Until you come to repulsive, think of jt, there does not seem as though there was a great deal of solid comfort in a rail fence, but there is, Did you ever see two old farmers leaning against a rail fence whittling and talking politics or a horse trade for hours to gether ? They are more comfortable, and rest more than they would if they were occupying the softest sofa, or tlie best stuffed arm chair in the world. There are so many shapes a man can get into, to rest, about a rail fence. First, the fanner will fold his arms and rest them on the top BAN PETE VALLEY ROAD. rail, and lean his breast on the On and after December S, !SS.h fence, and talk for half an hour, until his legs are tired, then he train v ill leave daily n foil me will step one foot up on the second (Sunday excepted): rail from the bottom, and stand 11:00 a. m and. whittle ior half an hour, Lea re Moroni, ii !):2o a, m until the top of the rail is as Draper Fount .Green Mill 0:d0 a. m polished as a pisce of mahogany. Rlra-anHill . . 10.00 a. m Then, he 'will change feet and lean one elbow oa the second 10;d0 a. m Holloway 11:00 a. m rail from the top and sharpen Arrire at Xephi a 1,1:00 hil knife en his boot, and talk Lcetre Xephi, for half an hour about how he is .12:00 p.m Holloway . . Plcxaant Hill .12:50 p. m going to pay the mortgage on his FTn Green Mill. 1:10 p. in .tarm next year. After that po1:40 p. in sition becomes irksome he will Drajicr 2:00 p, m tnrn hi.s back to the fence, stand Arrive at Moroni on his heels, and Stayrs connect at Moroni for all place his two elbows on the top rail, and lean part of San Pete and Srrier. teams ami spring wagons against the fence, and for half an canPrivate be ordered by telephone at hour he will tell about how the to lie ready on arrival of Nephi, old mare that he is trying to trains at Moroni. Price $4 per dny, trade off cleaned out all the driver paying all his own expenses. teams on the road coming back S. BAMBERGER, from the celebration at town, Manager. placing E, HANSEN A CO.,. FAIRViKW. II.P, OLMEN, deceased. 1 felt when he saw that the pro-c- ec ds of the fair would more than supply the deficiency, pie good C, MOUNT PI, PAR ANT. - Asking so piany questions. (Arkaqsaw Traveler,) Hpw many pmet I qsk. None, The Rev.Mr. Mulkittle, having I coqldnt ta)k, could Then a church successfully organized I? was a man. It fair, very happy It would ho tetter fqr you if had been hinted that the congrewas you a little short" on parscopldnt talk so much. gation e HANSEN,,. ..., Christiansen, easy g.eat on )lie old igil Administratrix Pcck'i Son. fepceof tlie estate of .TohnE.Christianefcn, Whats foqjishly qpisitiyp ing the reverend gentlemans satisfaction ho salary, hence-th- . one-legge- - CALLS. . - t . . . COXSOUDA TED NOTICE .... ..FOUNTAIN GREEN. FOR PVRUCATIOX. No 19C.4. Land Office at Balt Lake Citv. And a) ytlifcr place in tlief Vanity. tali, May 2, 1SS5. Notice is hereby given that the following named settlons GRANT ODELL A CO, have filed notice of their intcru-tioto make final proofs in sup.-poof their claims, anil that said proofs will b made before the Judge or Clerk of Millard county, at Fillmore City, oa Dan it June IS, 1S$5, viz: No. H. for E. 5TW, Rqther'ord, the N, E. i S. W. f and N. B, E. Bee. 84, Tp. 17 S., R. 7W He names the following to prove hia continuous C,Q-- G residence upon, and cultivation PEF. of, said land, viz : Lars Hansen James C. Christiansen, Ed won Webb and Cyrus Warren, all of Oasis, Millard Co., Utah. Also John Quamborg, H. E No. 5501, for the B. W. f N. E t Dealers in J R. E. N. W, and N S, E. i c n ) rt V i wifi-nasse- s jmm ra UVLJ y& A'fl Mercantile Institution i Sec. 30, Tp. i 18. B . GEIES A L R. 2 W, He names the following wit nesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and nltivation James of, said land, viz: Mathews, Thom s F, Robin-Georg- e Monroe and Danic Thompson, all of Rdpio, lil lard county. Utah. Al'O Albert Stevens, A full line of Dry Goods, Clothing, ITats and Caps, Roofs and D. S. No, 4012, for tin and Shoes, Groceries, Hardware, Farming W. N. E. i Sec. 8, Tp. 20 R., R 4 W, .. Implements, and a He names tho following wit nesse-t- o prove his continuous Full Line of DRUGS, etc. residence upon, and cultivalion of, said land, viz: Ausil P, liar mon, Wili am J. Johnson, Chas. Wood, and Simeon Scphenon, all of Ilolden, Milla-- d county Pre-mnp-ti- i Utah. 8 II. McMastkr, Register ;oilce for Pnbllcatlon. Manti City, Utah. 5 No. 1963. I.and Office at Salt Lake U. T.. April 30, 1885. ' Notice is hereby given discount on all Cah Snlct over Citv, that J. II. WODSKOW, Secbetarv. tho following named settler has filed notice of Ins intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made befoi e the Probate Judge or in his absence the County Clerk of Emery county, U. T.. at tlie County Court House, at Castle Dale, U, T., on Monday, June 15, 1885, viz Eduard Smith, Transmuted II, E No, 56 39, for the S. W-- i N. W. - and Lot 4, anil W. S. W. j 4, Tp. 19 S., R. 8 E. (160 i Sec. 00 acres.) He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz : Peter Ander- - Mt. Wm. T. REID, President. Pl J- 21-1- sei , John Y. Jensen, Azariah Tuttle and Robert Johnson, all of Castle Dale, Emery Co., U. T. U. ."JoMaster, Register, stayner 4 Simnioil', 7 Attorneys. Is the largest establishment in the county. Call on us for G-oo- d CHAS. HAMPSHIRE, Scdw;.