lybarsilayt jCoyculer 25, 1937. EUREKA REPORTER Page 3 With Purchase of ALL NEW STYLES AND DESIGNS MAJESTIC RANGE Good Only Nov. 22 to 27 EVERYTHING IN THE STORE INCLUDED IN THIS TREMENDOUS SALE PRE-HOLIDA- COUNTS FROM 10 TU INCLUDES: CLEAR-TONE- D, The largest stock of CONGOLEUM LINOLEUM and RUGS: FULL-VOIC- ED GOLD SEAL 9x12 GOLD SEAL RUGS, Reg. $9.45, this week 7.95 With the "MIRACLE (Mechanical and Dailgn Patent And AUTOMATIC TUNING Model AT-17- 0 American, F or- rea-so- ns for your purchase of a NEW radio. Revolutionary ini ventions, more NATURAL1 TONE, easier TUNING, world wide Reception, handsome CABINETS such as the Emerson Model AT-- 1 70 at the left. Come' in and see it then buy on AC Superheterodyne including hires, 7UNING. Wh all new AUTOMATIC FLOOR LAMPS VANITY LAMPS BRIDGE LAMPS RADIO LAMPS TABLE LAMPS BED LAMPS FRIGID AIRES Q-IAC-D- Walnut ' lakalita Com-piAmerican Broadcait ard Polica Call. Other color slightly higher. d, Table Models . . . Combination Radio and Phonograph . . , Consoles . . Battery Radio . . , Portable Sets . . . Auto Radio, boiiom gl (Iff ing lime. j AUTHORIZED MAJESTIC RANGE DEALER Phone 100 Eureka, Utah ev- v HAS YOUR WASHER? MONKEY STOVES EUREKA RANGES CIRCULATING HEATERS A.B.C. WASHERS EMERSON RADIOS . , Model ! $1.35 to $40.00 Appliances from All Included at Big Redactions. EASY TERMS We have Emerson Sets for Every Purpose and Every Purse (m1 and cook- Bsnit FKkE. Tintic Furniture Company i Complete Selection of Electric -- al gn, Police, kiuhnwir er carried in this district r.nd everything is included in this Gigantic Sale: Pending) Here ere SENSATIONAL iaoMilUick Diamond Leatherite Linoleum IaUU Up ;; We carry the largest stock of Gift Merchandise TONE CHAMBER 2. Chrome cot-- r. J. BakcliM elsa, if roo lh ltd Instead of Kitchenware you may select Eight Yards of : i 91 AA whiiaecaael. with. Loom oo ini Gig rout Metallic ; Trirle-weig- tho oo couxui.ui ,'piU70Hir 6.65 9x12 RUGS with pads Reg. from $25.90 to $200.00 from bema-tif- lit rang mp Msiestic. Bur PARTICULARLY WHEN (ina lb. kiuhcflwtr illauraMd hen. Select you Miimic Ring uow. Be Proud of row cooking proud of your kitchen. Cm lb Y to 30 tar. ( our Chriiuu bm M ro roa. ws'ra :: OIL CIRCULATING HEATERS Coleman" KITCHEN HEATERS COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS ... todsy you flli saving and satisfaction of having plenty of dean, sweet-melliclothes, washed in your own home under the most sanitary conditions and dried outdoors in the purifying fresh air and sunahina . , in just a fraction of the time you aro now spending in the laundry, if you are still using an old, inefficient IMAGINE WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE. ug LIBERAL TERMS. ! ! Open Every Evening from Today Until Christmas. ' washer Tintic Furniture Company Phone 100 Eureka, Utah Tintic Furniture Company Phone 100 Eureka, Utah Compare .his big . dee? Duty' ABC VaherT:';-ltporcehin trb 13d countless stfcly and convenience features with jrcur j ... and above til present.Wssher consider the low price st which it can bo bought. ; ; . WWthWHWWWWWWWH !! 1 1 Yes, times have changed -- has your Washer? 1 1 1 ' forel and slate game officials and d protests against the proposed ad-- ( be held there the first week In DeSportsmen Oppose Further aportsmen, thut the herd should dltlonal reduction signed toy many: cember. Robert L. Fenton, Psro-wuTTillinir nf fine Ttaar lMI member of the bourd, waa presXbliung B reju,.ej foy 4000 j,oaj valley fan, j permittees on the forest. He duubl- t,a The recent hunting season show- - ed the theory advanced ly some thut ent and Indorsed the proposal. The of southern I tah Ask : for a Free Demnntfraiion. n, i proposal stockmen to kill olf several hundred more deer in tho Piue alley sec- tlon Is meeting with real opposition. Three Southern Utah sporsmeu organlzations, bucked l.y others thru- out the state, have filed vigorous protests with 8!ate Fish and Game Hharp dorllne in the percentage heavy foliage waa responsible for at 0( successful hunters on the Dixie decrease in the kill this year, and- THANKSGIVING DANCE AT preserve in comparison with other expressed the belief that killing an EUREKA EI.KH PAVILION ii Wth utber seetiuua of the' additional 2S00 heud would lead to yrin Coiuidershle opposition has' complete extinction of the herd, James Morgan, manager of the ; "A check of deer taken on the Elks Phone 100 developed agniunl the proposed re-- 1 Pavilion, baa arranged a big were' season showed 80. Dixie forest this due tlon. Only 1508 bucks party for the taken by hunters during the regular' per cent were immature or two! Thanksgiving Dancing of Kureka public this evendancing Commissioner Newell 1). Cook again- recommendations! or while the ratio in; less, gnd If the pointers M immediate reduction of the game previously made were followed, it other aertlons of the atate had aver-- j ing, and as usual prizes are going I About 3500 marriages are disto be given away. These prixes will! herd in the Dixie National Forest. wnuid mean that an additional 2500 aged 44 per rent immature, i in solved and Walca every only England consist of big, fine turkey gobblers, i A Joint meeting waa held at Cedar Cook reported. Imwt fa, killed. Each hall be will person entering the City the other evening attended by, while agreeing with Supervisor Possibility of a sex ratio problem It is said that too audden a change lepresentatlves of sportsmen organi- - Qetenson that certain congested j on the Dixie was also seen by the! given drawing numbers and at ln- - from very high heels to low Is liable termiasion the "American Birds will rations, the game commissioner and , reag existed, Byron Lund, president: commissioner who said that fawns; to rause a nervoua breakdown. be away. given Itlaine Ilctenson, forest supervisor, 0f n,e Washington connty assocla- were being seen all times of the The Night Hawka, popular mualcul at which time a resolution of pro-uosuggested that perhaps the an- - year. Indicating a shortage of bucks, has been engaged to' test was drawn up. organization, 'nual loss on the forest was greater Upon motion of Mr. Lund, the furnish the music. 8uperrlsnr Detention expluined the than estimated. The estimate of the group approved a request thut the result and methods used In the herd on the Dixie forest has board of big game control be called HTOCKMEN, CXNTUA(TOKM, rount of deer on the forest, made (eer been from 15,000 to 17,000 during! Into session to meet at Cedar City TRAVELERS. last April, in which it was estimat- - the o ap-tand reconsider action their five years, he asid, original past ' cd that there were 16,000 head. At there has been no Increase. in ordering the 4000 head removed, For new or used sheep camps or that time an agreement was reached parently told the Mr. Cook agreed to rail the board Cook Commissioner house trailers call at Ahlunder'a at between Interested livestock owners, 1 recelv-and said the meeting would likely group his office had already Provo. Used campa 850.00 up, new rumps $395.00 r.p. Ahlander Mfg. Co., Provo, Utah. Tintic Furniture Company - yi-a- Eureka, Utah In 1930, 33.590 adentlata were employed in 14$0 laboratories In tha United Sutea. The. silver sword plant la ' found only In the crater of Haleakala, Hawaii. ni Legal Blanks at Reporter Office. Qabby Qertie CBNTURY OIBTII.LINO CO., PKORIA. ILL. "To er'rr la hnman, especially you've forgotten your alibi," U Los Angeles, Calif, The American eagle will have to give up hie Jab to the turkey gobbler, If the Northwestern Turkey Growers association gets Its way. Senators and congressmen of 14 atatea were asked to make the turkey the national bird at the next session of congress. It wee' argued that the turkey, besides being the symbol of Thanksgiving, Is native to America. Misses Edith Lawrence (left) and Pat Gergen are pictured above showing how Uio turkey would look In lbs eagle's plate .against the American shield.