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i THE MAMMOTH RECORD. MAMMOTH CITY, UTAH 19, born to Miv. Em an RECORD aelAugust Padilla an daughter. is Andrus Merle Ilia very busy rates.; ... .$2.50 perannum these days making quilts. Wondei I HE MAMMOTH nd Public Library Opening Thursday Night. why. Published evtry Saturday. rm Kasai Local .tail The Jazz band will furnish the The Mammoth Library Board music for the dance to be given by met in special session last Friday the Mammoth ball team Tuesday evening in the Library room to night. consider and provide for the Mrs. Grant Simons fell from a of the Library to the flight of steps a week ago, severely opening broking her shoulder and the shin public. These present were J. P. bone. The latter member had to Anderson, president; G. C Hobbe lanced to remove a clot of blood. son, secretary; Thomas E. Chat-wiThe limb Is improving and it is P. N. Andersen, J. M. Smith, hoped she will soon be around again. and Oscar Andrus, members. Miss Natella Lewis is spending A grand opening was planned a vacation with Miss for next Thursday evening at 8 Irene Stephenson of Nephi and Miss Laura Lewis of Spanish Fork. oclock in the school house, where She will return Sunday evening the library is located. At that with Mr. and Mrs.' P. B. Fuller, time the library will be formally who spent the week end in Spanish turned over to the uso of the Fork and Provo. public. A splendid musical and Mrs. O. 8. and Miss Mildred Markham are spending a few dkys literary program will be presenin Spanish fork prior to the open- ted, refreshments will bj served, ing of school. At the last moment books may be inspected, and Orville decided to accompany them dancing indulged in. Everyone and packing his grip with two is invited to a book, or a neckties and a botton hook he dozen if he bring wishes, and get in boarded the train . exchange a Certificate of Gift," Oscar Andrus, accompanied by his a neat lttle card which will be sons, Lynn and Frnest, are 'slaughprovided all who donate to the tering chickens near Vernal this library. The rooms will be apweek. propriately, decorated and an Guy Richards returned Wednes- enthusiastic time is assured . day from Pleasant Grove, where he In the meantime, the public has been visiting with his ' family should be taking stock of their since Saturday. bo ks those on their shelves Mrs. Charles' Hepworth and Mrs and those that have not seen the O. H. Anderson returned 8unday of light sy for lo, these many from Santaqala, where they were Those books that can be years. visiting Olaf Andreasen. spared snould then be culled The Infant of Mr. out and made ready for and Mre. Lester VahNoadoi died tation to the library. Nearly Thursday morning and was bnrled everyone has looks that he does in Eureka Cemetery Friday after not want; these he will be glad noon. to putin the library where they Mrs. John Rlckenbacb has been will do much good. Nearly every suffering from tonsil) tis this week one jiaa books that he prizesVery MIbs Clar but is n6w improving. highly, aud because they are valuiece Larsen has also been ill with able he desires to place them the same disease but Is able to be where they will be used more out again, than in a private library. The Mrs. Bert Loynd and her children, Librai y Board will accept books who have been rusticating in the valcn any subject that the people returned Wednesday ley towns, de?ire to give. evening accompanied by her mother, Once in the library, thy v. ill Mrs. Bebee of Provo and Mr. Loynds be given the best ol care. In of Springvllle. book is pasted a pocket in Mrs. Katherine Russell will Rave eveiy which is placed a card bearin' the in a few days for Chicago, where record of the book by whict r she will take a course in an art school. Her children will remain can be traced. If it is 01 tlu with their grandmother, Mrs. Ann shelf, the card will be in :r,e book; if it is out, the cai d wi'J be Kirkendall, during the winter. at the librarians desk aud co 1 Mrs. William Cowan, her daugh ters Madeline and Cecil and her son tain a record cf whaie it is. ir this way every precaution will be Ned, started today fop Salt Lake t to avoid loss aqd dostiuc-tiotaken spend the winter. Miss Marvel Cowof the library bocks, an hopes to be transferred from Casper, Wyoming, to Salt Lake soon. Be sure to be out Thursday Misses Merle and June Andru3, evening. - Vmaial n, Mrs. Maude McIntyre left Sunday for a visit with her mother. . Lynn Andrus camo up from Price to spend a week with his parents. David D.vls cf Spanish Fork was the guest of his brother Jack for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hansen returned Wednesday evening from an outirg to Payson Albert Woods, Willie Gillespie and Kelly Coombe took in the ball game at Nephi on Wednesday. Stewart the Fire Tournament at Sandy this week. Mr. and Mrs. Shadrach and, family are attending Mrs. H. S. Harrlman and daughter Catherine returned Wednesday evenstay in Pay ing from a two-wee-ks son. Lavern Kelly has as his guest this week his mother, Mrs. Anna Ried, and sister. Miss Sarah Hied of Salt Lake. Albert MoCall, ona of Mammoths volunteers, has been released from the navy and will he In camp lu a few days. Miss Helen Jamison recently re turned from Salt Lake, where ahe has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. G. Wilson. Mrs. E. C. Thompson returned to her home In Benjamin Sunday, after having been the guest of Mrs. G. H Webb for a few days, Kenneth Jamison, who has been taking the auto mechanics course at the university this summer, is ex pected home next work. The Primary officers met with Mrs. P. N. Anderson Thursday evening, where they studied the dances for the childrens hour, Mrs. C. H. Ristine returned Wed nesday evening from her summer vacation, which was spent with her son and brother in Denver. Reva Webb, daughter of Tom Webb of Benjamin, returned to her B visit home Sunday, after a with her grandmother, Mrs. G. II W ebb. i. . ten-day- J. B. Mitchell is In the general nospital at Provo suffering from an injured eye received at the Standard mine. Physicians cay that he will not lose his sight. Miss Ruby Hansen, who has been visiting in Mt Pleasant, has returned to Mammoth and will resume her duties as principal of the Knlght-vill- e school next month. two-wee- t three-weeks-o- ld , step-moth- er Lillian Steedman and Mre. CrlBsie the Beehivjc Roundy accompanied girls to the gathering of the swarms at Spanish Fork on Wednesday. Mi$s Lillian Steedman gave a piano solo and Miss June Andrus a vocal solo. A game of ball was played at Nephl this week between the Mammoth team and the Nephites, which Mr. and Mrs. Ross . Rowe left resulted in a score of 15 to 5 in Spanish Fork Thursday for their favor of the Mammoth boys, who home In Gannett, Idaho, where Mare planning to make a trip to the Rowe has accepted his old position south in order to clean up Sanpete. as principal of the school. Miss LaRee Andreasen entertainMiss Isabelle King of Chicago, ed at a house party last week the niece of Mrs. Hugh Jawlson, who has following guests: Misses Isabelle been visiting relatives in Salt Lake, Harvlelle, Leola and Thelma Curtis, is expected next week and will be the and Messrs. and Claude Byron Niels Nielsen (meet at ht Jamison horns. and Linden Whcelock, A Cornish. delightful evening was Kelly Coombe is about to shake and were Berved refreshments che dust of Mammoth from his feet spent - and set his face toward Merrio EngA bundle shower was given by land for a visit with his Mrs. Alfred Parsons and Mrs. Ray S. parents at Bristol. . He will start Harding at the homo of the former on Wednesday evening for Miss MilMonday. dred Parsons, who is to be married Mrs,'. B, M. Cornish went to Salt to Clifford Elliott of Eureka ou Sephake last Sunday, where LIndon had an operation performed on the nasal tember 1st, in the Manti temple. hone. lie is reported to bo getting Many beautiful presents were re eelved by the brido-to-b- e and a most along nicely and expects to be back hs enjoyable evening and luncheon was enjoyed by all. The guests The Mammoth BA11 team will give were: Miss Florence Elliott of Provo, a dance nt the hall In Mam- Mrs. Ed Elliott of Eureka, Miss Esmoth Tuesday evening, following a Mrs. sie Iligginson of Santaquln, ball game at ' tho homo grounds, Ray S. Harding, Mrs. S. Allman, which will bo relayed with Eureka at Mrs. Byron Wheelock, Mrs. A. C. 5 45 p. m. 12usic will bo furnished Wheelock, Mrs. J. H. Whitlock, Mrs by the Manhattan Jazz Band. W. Lewis, Mrs. John Francis, Mrs. m about a week. y 4 Mrs. Matfde Vincent, her six child- David Larsen, Mrs. Albert Larsen, ren and .the young con of .Mrs Mrs. Andrew Steedman, Mrs. Ed Laura Richards returned on Tues- Marx, Mrs. Margaret Browne, Mrs. day to tholr home la Sandy, after a Fred Brown, Mrs. J. M. Smith, Mrs. ten-davisit with Mr. and Mrs. Heber Mlkesell, Mrs. Olo Andreason, Robert Staploy and other relatives. Mrs. Ilarry Ilagen, Mrs. Oscar Dahl, Mrs. Bert and her son Mrs Edward Lemenar, Mrs. A. C. Staploy Laurence accompanied thorn and will Christonsen and Misses Mildred and Nellie Parsons. remain for the Fire TournamonL ys In the District Court of the United States for the District of Utah. ) In the matter of In Bankruptcy Jens P. Petersen, No. 5630, Vol. Bankrupt. To the creditors ef Jens R Petersen rut unnjinnnruuiru'uuTnmvTAnnAi r DR. L. E. PIERCE of Eurekacity,inthe eonntyofJuab aud district aforesaid, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 15th day of Augu-t- , 1919, the said Jeus P. reteipen was duly adjudicated baukrupt; and that the first meeting f his creditors will he held at my office in Continental Block, Salt Lake City, ou (he kud Utah, day of September, 1919, at 10:00 oclock a. iv., at which time the paid creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, aud transact such o her business as may properly come before said meeting. Charles Baldwin, Referee in Bankruptcy . Salt Lake City, Utah, August 21, 1919. SCnRAIIIl JOHNSON DRUG NO. 10 H. H. BOURNE, DENTIST t . vnjauxru-uvmruuanjum- - r . tie Everything in Stott Buildinf , 2nd Floor EUREKA Manar Drag Line UTAH afuvmri Phone as your mats We will give them prompt attention U1.-I- . Emeka, Kirkendall Fhone No. 3 and Auto Stage J. C. KIRKENDALL, Chauffeur 11 Kirkendalls Anto leaves our store at regular Phone 138 R-- Mammoth Phone 3 Eureka 2 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Application for Patent. Serial No. 024555. REGULAR SCHEDULE United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, July 16, 1919. Leave Mimpiofb Leave Em ek i . Notice is hereby given that South Standard Mining Company, a corporation under the laws of Utah, by E.- J. Raddatz,- - its agent and whose post office address n-fact, is 422 Judge Building, Salt Lake City, Utah, has made application for United States Patent for the Big Spring Lode mining claim, in Tintic Mining District, Utah County, Utah, being survey Number 6462, and described in the United States Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, with are 25 cts. each way. magnetic variation at 17 deg 10 min east, as follows: Beginning at corner number 1 of the claim, from which point the common section corner between sections 10 27, 28, 34 and 33, Township mz: South, Range 2 West, Salt Lake B. & M bears North 1 deg 37 min East, Vj tI 3 02. 6 feet distant; thence north 40 deg 29 min West, 1498 feet to corLi W II - A .s . ner number 2; thence south 49 deg r-- 1 T KCY" 31 min west, 600 feet to corner number 3; thence south 40 deg 29 min FYF l(V H . ; ' YPhANTF 0 feet to corner number 4; thence North 49 deg 31 min east, 600 feet to the place of beginning, situated in the southeast quarter of section 28, and the northeast quarter of section 33, Township and Range aforesaid. . - Union Shoe Shop. attorney-i- STEVE BENENATO, Prop . When',4in Fuieka, call at the Uniou Shoe Slop and see the Shoe Shop in Tintic. Best.Epnipprd ' : Slue . llei-nefe- s All kinds of leather and ial needed in and rvpaiiitiT for sale. Opposite Star Theater, j east,-149- , aud repairing making aud repairs, All our work guaranteed and if notfufl. satisfied your money will be refunded . - X j. i.MkitijL r mate-- ? hai-ti, ....I Phone 69 JEUREKA, UTAH. , Area claimed, 20.634 acres. The nearest known locations being Gold Bonds number 20 and 21, unpatented, and Silver Rock, unpatented. I direct that this notice be pubRecord, lished in the Mammoth Mammoth, Juab County, Utah, the newspaper published nearest - the claim, once a week for a period of nine (9) consecutive weeks. GOULD B. BLAKELY, W. I. SYNDER, Register. Claimants Atty. (First pub. July 19, 1919.) Notice Of Application For No. 024 131. Patent. United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, Juno 25, 1919. Notice is hereby given that Leo Donnelly ar.d Ella Deprezin, of Eureka, Utah, have made application-tDelinquent Notice. the United States for a patent for the Leo Claim lode mining claim, consisting of 1461.2 linear feet In length couth Iron Blossom Mining Com- of the lode, and surface ground in width as shown by the official plat, pany.' Principal place o Survey No. 6475, situated in to Lumber to. office, being the Tintic Mining District, Juab Robinson (Ma r.rnoth I. 0,), Utah County, Utah, and described on the plat- and in the field notes of survey I here are NOTICE delinquent on file in this office, with magnetic upon the followi g described stock variation at 17 deg. East as follows, ; cu acoount of &3sessmeat No g, cf . h rent per share, levied Commencing at Corner No. 1 of on the 12th day of June, I9I9, the Leo Claim; Thence N. 73 deg. 23 min. E. the several .amounts set opposite 195.2 the names, of the respective stock, Claim; ft. to Corner No. 2 of Leo ' holders, as fallows: Thence S. 9 deg. 45 min. 30 pec. NAME. Cart. No. Shirts. Amt E. 1421.2 ft. to Corner No. 3 of Leo 46 A. J. Jost 600 $ .50 Claim; 232 Thoa. Leonard .. 500 Thence S. 73 deg. 23 min. W. 405.0 .60 34P, Mrs. C. T. Johnson 600 .50 ft. to Corner No. 4 of Leo Claim; 383 W. H. Child., . ,.,1000 Thence N. 1 deg. 34 min. W. 1.00 459 Phil Speckart 14612 ft. to Corner No. 1 of Leo 485 Albert Steele Claim, the place of beginning of the exterior boundaries of the claim, and 539 Vet Whiting containing a total area of 9.7X1 72 John Evans . acres mid a net area of 6.471 acres, 7 43 John Evans the area of the conflicts with Lot 737 Ernest Boyus No. 346 Pluto lode and Lot No. 311 741 Elmer E. Ridley Golden Ray lode, tho only claims in 7C9 L. G. Fisher . conflict with this claim, having been 770 Badger Bros. deducted from said total area. 820 W. M. Havenor 83? D. N. II ugh o') Sa'.d are located in the N 833 Wells L. Brimhall 10)9 WVi of Section 24, T, 10 S., R. 3 W 834 Wells L. Brimhall 000 S. L. B. & M. 835 Wells b- BvlmUall 000 Tho N. W. Corner of Section 24, S;.G Wells I,. Br maall lOuO T. 10 S., R. 3 W., bears from Corner 100 0 814 J. R. Hebron No. 1 of said claim N. 85 deg. 18 851 I. M. Gouchet ... 1000 m!n. W. 1844.0 It. 857 B. W. IUxon .... 1000 The presumed lodo line of said And io ncordaocc wUh lav aud claim is as shown by the official an order of the Board of L hectors plat, Said claim is of record in the ofmade on the 2th day of June fice of tho County Recorder of Juab I9I9, so many shares of each par- County at Nephi, Utah, in Book 80 of locations, Page 23. cel cf such stock as may bo neies-snrlocations are West Adjoining will bo e c Id on the onday, Cable, Survey No. 3283, Cable, Surd 213th ty of August, I9I9, at I2 vey No. 4303, Pluto and Hades, Lot o'clock neon at tie oilijo of the No. 34 6, Golden Ray and Good enough ermpny, at 'Untie u nber Co No.I 2, Lot No. 311. direct that this notice be puboffice, Robinson (Mammoth 1. ().), lished for a period of nine weeks in to UlsY, pay ths delinqrpnt aicf-s-mthe Mammoth Record, a newspaper jttberaon temfther ,vith hecoft published nt Mammoth, Ulah, the of advertising and expeuaaol side. newspaper published nearest said claim. T. L. cuciui:r,D, Sscr. tary. GOULD B. BUVKELY, 'j.liiO etTintic I a at ier O3. otf.ca Register. Robinson, f Mammoth ?. O. (First pub. June 28th, last pub. Juab County, Utah, Aug. 23, 1919.) Mitt publication, Jjly r6, 1919 Cray & Jennings, Attorneys, Salt Lake City, Utab4 busi-thge- - to-w- jt: one-tent- Soues the Kitchen Problem OMEN rarely worry over making the beds and dtutinj. It is easy enough h hire sweeping and cleaning done. s rl.-i- 1 But thosj three meals a day that mujt be prepared 355 days a year! Those miles of .gtep! Those long hoys of These are what make women feel like uhuttirg weiry standing! up the heuse to board, AND 3 3 - HERE enters the Hoosier. THE HCOSIER that is the heart of the kitchen, with every article used ia piohing within aims reach. THE HOOS'ER that saves the mil's of steps, that lets you sit down at your woik. 1 ; y THE HOOSIER that helps you do the work in less than half the lime. 1 1 i . B4NISH YOUR old cuphoird.Collect tii :n'i;i pi'uhh aid utensils that you actually use, and arrange them in the scientific Hoosier way. A F TER one day you will understand why 'a ' million women say they couldn't keep house wihout a HOOSIER. TAYLOR BROS. es Co.