|Paper||Rich County News|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Rich County News|
r f Hi - ft r f s HE RICH COUNTY NEWS, RANDOLPH, UT.U wem& See our NEW WALL PAPERS, Prices are reasonable, j We have a good stoolc of LINOLEUM, RUGS. PAINTS :ij j Jvalsomint and : FURNITURE, B,rb ire. field fence & nails-jjjj jjjj Beginning July 1st all Telephone ac. counts will be collected each month, and S SP n gj H ::: Jttcdles and wash goods. t Look over one month in advance. Letjus get all the bills in before then, so we :an start our n ew system with,1 a clean street. NOTICE WaJfan m H P ' uly 17; 1918, maid Homestead entry No for NWiSWi, Sec. 20; EJSEJ 021706, i mm NVVisHU, SNSI, N3tSWt, SEJNW Section I9 Township 14 North, Range 7 East Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three year Prooi to establish claim, to the land above deseri bed, before the Clerk of the District Co urt, at Randolph, Utah on the 18th of May, 1923. day Claimant names as witnesses ohn H Stocker Emil Grandy Ernest Gubler Joseph L Collins all of Paris Idaho, Gould B Blakely rYOU can get any kind ot MAGAZINE you waiit, The very latest out CALL in and look our number over Bonflolpli Confectionary Elfin Miners. All over Europe a popular belief prevails that elfin miners are constantly laboring In the bowels of the mountains, where they hare accumu- 1 j I I 1 NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIO U. N LAND OFFICE at . Salt Lak' City, Utah NOTICE is hereby given that Wil am R. Stocker, of Paris; Idaho who,-- , on H Sir our line of Star Brand Shoes, the most c .m plete of any Country Store, - c Just in a betutiful line of Silks, Voiles, Ginghams, per;i: , PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NO iijj TICES.' CONSULT COUNTY CLERK or the respective signers for FURTHUR I FORMATION. We Solicit Maii ORDERS ::i illS Mi IN THE DISTRICT OF THE FIRST JU ::SS DICIAL DISTRICTOFTHE STATEOF i:; UTAH IN AND FOR THE COUNTY iff? O F RICH'. i In the Matter of the Estate of Willis Johnson, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditors will present claims with vouch fi ers to the undersigned or to either of th llH em at the respective place of Residence of either in Laketown, Rich County, U ; on or before the 31st day of August, 923' Date of first Publication Aptil 28 th 1923 W, DeWitt Johnson, Ellsworth Johnson Administrators: C W Dunn, Logan Utah Attorney for Estate, In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza R -- Rich County Furniture Co. Johnson, Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS j Creditors will present claims with srs to the undersigned, r to either hem, at the respective place of of either in Laketown, Rich County, Ut on or before the 2nd day of July, 1923, Date of First Publication April 28th 1923 " W DeWiit Johnson, Ellsworth Johuaon Administrators Du n, Logan Utah. Attorney fo- lated enormous stores of precious met als. In Wales they re called "knockers. They make strange noises, and the tapping of their picks may often be heard In ore bodies not yet reached COMMISSIONERS by U14 humun workmen. i 1 City Meat Market Meats, Groceries, Fruits And Vegetables - WE - ALSO BUY CREAM ONLY UP TOjDATE MARKET IN PROCEED 1NCS April 2 1922 The Board instructed clerk to u9 THE COUNTY PHONE NUMBER 38 1 ave Gymnasts Photograph!!. eliminate unnecessary move a notice published in the Rich Co News menba, a French school of gymnastics takes Instantaneous photographs of requesting that all tax payers bring thti, in regard to t'ixes for 1923 pupils in action and thus is able to study their motions. before the commissioners wh en the ,To s SEEDS 5 VEGESTABLES and-beautifu- 5 1 1 1 1 1 ; o Some Difference, m produce both FLOWERS l come in andlookoverournu mber Randolph NEWS FROM - Lancister Couny S39dOo. PHONE 18 meet as a board of equalization Juue 1st Russell Corless, Ron. Nebaker and , When a little friend of mine three and one-luyears old his fa- Tho-- . M Ingram pitetioned the board ther 22Jq? Hi hat lie wanted to be to EZX 232X2 repair .a bridge on the Beckwith nor i when he gre lie repEed qutdk-ly- : decided Board Ranchthe F LOTS A SPECIALTY A ABSQLUTLY RELlABL Weil," sld his fa- th of the J i t.e difference between , ther. to buy the lumber necessary and the peo Office and Warehouse on County Road a bm man? The little fells interested to do the work, The bid was for a moment, finally h pie was aco pted for clean of Fred for o." Cleveland Leader. court ing KaKoming and Varnishing the ran Wimmer of the Mr Simmon; house, ' Sure Thing. tor an boaid appropor the would think ch petitioned you Wholesale & Retail Dealer In Naggsby "What , It you got a letter containing the most of $100,00 on the Road known as the Hides, Furs, Felts, Wool, Junk, Scrap on, Metal, Rubbers, Bones and Rags , abject prnise of yourself and wlilcb stated that the ended vvitliout asking any sort of fa- Hatch Lane Mr Simmons REFERENCE SToCKGKWEhS BANK EVANSTON WYOMING I should think 1 people interested would donate $100,00 vor f Waggsliy Phone 83 W Residence Phone 38 R T. VIIIIS t. Oil yO Farm Life. was asleep aud dreaming. Commiss Office in labor- - The board appointed We Tan , Make and Repair all kinds of of the work lone- - Kennedy to take charge Furs , Rugs , Robes Gloves Coats and etc. of half one and the County would pay ttsmioi ef Mta vVORK GUARANTEED US A TRIAL GIVE "Tec say there's A price M he the cqst of the work. Clerk was instric kind? "I should say so. That hat for the ted to order 100 ozs of StrycUre she'd gut on must have cost 1401" car Harry Volk i , 0? f v ( killing of squirrels. Sere Providentially Saved. While on her voyage from Sydney, a ship caught fire following an explosion In the donkey-housWith no wny to fight the Unities, It seemed as If the ship would be lost. Thea a giant wave, lashed by the heavy wind, swept ever the vessel, the blazing donkey-hou- se went overboard and the fire was e. This is the time to make your CAR ' like new nut. i tbe WE are prepared best of service BAI M?Q , KENNEDY BROS. to give you ABACUS PROP. V The foiling bills were allowed Me! la Salary $60,00 Brooker deputy asses-o- r' Rich Co News printing $4,00 A G Eaiton $50.00 REWARD Joseph Weston road work $5,00 work $12,00 Roy Moffat road $13.00 work road Joseph Weston H John wo k toad Pi ice Frank $3.00 C Robinson road work $3.00, $9.00 ' toiSSfiSru To Prmmnr Broken Rower Pom, m mi Those who have flower pots on pfa . nfton , u,(,.n n railings know how easily tlu-- y uuj, milfcy r..n I1Pve nr,pear(tt,0 knocked off, and both pot ornl Uowm fj fPra(;v,Nl !n nn ? v.ir ,.nlu broken. All flower ja.ts lmve a hole t0 l,l.rr , ho 1Jf b0 In the bottom. . By imlling n JecelVu tM ah.HCl 0l- lh homhid uail libout three or four iuchur long on the top of the banisters, over which to slip the pot, uli the trouble Is endod. They are secure, and strong winds will not blow them off. Farm and Fireside. IF IT FAILS TO GROW HAIR ORIENTAL HAIR SCOT ffi 6RGWE3 Grtn'csi Hidr Grower. Grows hair ou bald lirad, It must not be put where hair is not wanted- - Cures damlrnff and xll scalp troubbs. $1,75 per Jar, , Wo-Id'- AGENTS WANTED PROF- m!.li-Kwo- r 448 LOGAN AVE, - AV 5. CR0S5E WINNIPEG, MAN.