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THE RICH COUNTV NEWS, RANDOLPH, UTAH m 0 Phone your Drug wants To the 1 Some of the boys are planning a base- Due to the resignation of Forest Ranger i ball game with Woodruff soon. Smith, a new man har been appointed and is here to fill the position. But Smith A Pagent celebrating the high courage dosent want to leave such a splendid localand devotion of the Pilgrims anil their ity so is now going to work for Herbert of defendants, leading to the freedom Nebeker. Mr. Bird his successor expects to our nation, had been planned as a closing soon bung his wife and family and get of event of the school year. Each school located. the district was to have enacted an episode ; of Pilgrims, characters The opening dance at Ideal Beach will impersonating Hyland children, Indians, Minute men be given Sat, night May 7 th. The Irwin Red Coats, Negroes and others; impressing j an(j Nebeker Orchestra will furnish the national mus;c upon the young people our high I , W RIGHT DRUG CO. The Rexal Store i t ideals, as well as affording Have your eyes fitted scientifically glasses in any ,way Lenses .replace! or We specialize in this work, Experts. are and or your repaired. considered maintain that the road leading to Lake Town is two dangerous for such an enterJ WRIGHT JEWELER Evanston ' Try the Sheltex .entertainment prise. Ik ALUEtS i invisible bifocaal in Kryptok rims for comfoit all the time Author ' ever ka3 produced. It is compounded of love, in- trigue, a million dollars and mysterious criminals in a most unusual com- nee, minor characters weie well sustained bination. 1 It involves agents of the u.s. government and a band of South American plotters. Like all hi3 stories it has some one unique feature. In this case it is the strange and puzzling character of the heroine. Woodruff Notes a complete line of Mr. William Reed died here on Friday is April 29, after several weeks illness, he survived bj; his wife, one daughter and seven sons, Internment was in the Wood- i Vegetable ruff cemetary. AND tA11 Paper! Wall Paper! ture and romantic tales, at their best Mearly the appearance of Delbert Fackrell or Wm. J. Fox was the signal for halarious mirth from the audit.' we have on hand tic. Here is a double-rivete- d mystery story as thrilling as anything this great master of mystery, adven- were are assured of good patronage Mrs, Reese. Rich County Furniture Store of The Deoil's Oum, interpretation of the trrg character of Ann Trevanion, as she stau. s frantic at the mouth of the haunted cave other overlooking the sea, here alto the A1 Larson leading characters, Karl Mills, called for admiration. The ruMic was well pleased with this exhibition of home talent; and simular attractions in tutu e This line includes many different varnishes and each one is exactly . adapted to certain purposes. If you need to use varnish, t$ll us where you wish to use it and we will sell you the Rogers Red Seal Varnish which is just suited to your need. " The Strange Case of Cavendish, " Comrades of Peril, her artistic altho in several instances the need of the prompter was abvious, it did not detract from the general good quality of the production. The new scenery by T. M. Reese t , By of which will be given to the Opera House The crowning scene was the last in which Miss Klea Peart reached the climax in Ray McKinnon and Ben McKinnon, varnishes on the marl-e- ti.e safest course to follow is to obtain a product with a good reputation back of it. Such varnishes as tie RANDALL PARRISH directions of Mrs. M. S. Reay. Receipts at the door including those of the Thursday matinee totaled $148.50 the net proceeds f 1 The value of a varnish cannot be determined JLntil it has been used. With so many inferior 1 Silver Dagger if O B' A Mystery of x Saturday evening the largest audience the new Opero House has yet sealed enjoyed the pretty and thrilling drama The Dream At Sea as played under the able Wyoming 1 KMN3IHI During the recent wet spells our base and never to be forgotten pictures, of beafuns have been improving the ball ball beautiful uty out of doors by the blue and grounds, buying new bats, balls and gloves Bear Lake, on which was to be floated a best of all airanging for new suits. but Mayflower, Altho highly endorsed by The team has been organized with Frank Prof B. Roland Lewis of the University, Price as captin, Shirley Nebeker as manaState Pageant Directors, and approved by The boys muscles are getting in trim Mon- ger. Supt. Weston. The School Board on and a successful season is promised. day by a vote of 3 against 3 rejected the for petition of instructor Mrs, R. A. Reese the sum of 132.50 to assist in its production members from this side of the district x , per year Rich Co News I.50, High School Notes P DRUGS Ruion C. Maugham and Ernest Ander-- ! son spent last Saturday and Sunday in Randolph abending t! e quarterly confei j encs of the Woodrutf Stake. A number of the Older boys are already needed Lawrence Johnson is the proud father being missed at school; as they are ' for work at the ranches. of a bouncing boy bom May 2nd. mother and babe are doing nicely, The play My Broker's Keeper, sad the Mrs. George Barker of Randolph ' has force, A Case of Suspension, were played in Woodruff Tuesday evening. been visiting here during the past week. We have a conplete stock of w& paper to select from, Call and see us. We carry Goodyear and Racine Tirei and Tubes. to everything necessary v equipe your home or ranch, Just eceived car of wire and nails We have 1 Send us your orders Soon to Appear in these Columns READ Rich County Furniture C i The Rendo'pti High School Dramatic play here Club presented a very enjoyable were public those who but to enough' attend, spirited the with did were well pleased preiormance. on May 3, not many people 'Spencer Bros, F Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Moss spent a few days here soliciting oiders for the Utah ORD THE UNIVERSAL CAR Wooten Mills. MLs Leona Stuart was hostess at an old r--v time Rag bee May 3. We solicit your patronage for a new car, parts and repairs Mrs. Sadie Cook has returned to her hoi.'.e CQt ri $ $ .9 handle only the best qu1 lty 9 of fresh & cured Meats Q of a fresh line we also have 0 canned goods .bread and cakes , we crackers, fruits and vegetables ' Come in and see The goods and 9 The Glee Club girls gave a sack apron and overalls dance on Friday the 28th. A good time was had by all present. power SEEDS jsj i reasonble pri ces I 9 speak for themselves 9999999999999 $$$ ia wa.den -- City. Our service, station is well supplied Mr. S. C. Putman attended the funeral of Bro. Wm. Reed on Sunday. wih the well known Messrs Joseph Dean, Orson Corjiia Ezra Putman and Bishop T. J. Tingey attended the funeral of Mr. A. C. Call in Ogden on April 29th. i ' James Stuart and son Earl have gone to thcii W,o:ning Ranch for a few weeks. Laketown Notes Mrs. Leland Ilayball and Lyle Jackson were called to Salt Lake last Monday Lelaby the sudden death of their mother. funeral the with them, nd Haybatl went f services were held Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Romo Saltzgiver of Logan have moved here for the summer and are located at the mill Mr. Saltzgiver will be in the employment of G. H. Robinson. Mrs. Frank Lambop and children are here for a two weeks visit with relatives and Friends. v s " RANDALL PARRISH One of the most popular, most industrious and typically American writers of the day, is Randall Parrish. He deals largely in plots of romance, mystery and adventure. Frequently the setting is in. the West, but not always. His latest story The Myin stery of the Silver Dagger is laid . charnew introduces East and the acters and incidents. One of its unusual angles is the mystery with which he surrounds the principal female participant. You do not discover until the final chapter whether she is a dangerous criminal, a foreign or just plotter, a secret service agent a normal, sweet American girl acting unfrom a high sense of duty. Such of the charm the adds to certainty narrative. It will be offered soon as a serial in these columns. Be sure ' , to get the opening installment. t I it 2"te MOTAL & MOBILE OILS Mail orders receive prompt attention and will de sent C. 0. D. 4 OWING 10 FINANCIAL OUR TKABMfJ CONDITIONS WILL BE STRICTLY CASH s s Randolph Kennedy Garago Bro. Props.