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|Paper||Juab County Times|
t 1. r Free Show Tickets Wa liava purchased 2,000 Regular Admission Tickets To The Venice Theatre Beginning Monday, Feb. 28. One Ticket will be given with Each One Dollar Purchase at our t.lore, (except in the Economy ltasement.) These tickets good at all regular shows. ONE PRICE TO ALL. NEVER UNDERSOLD. Chas. Foote I Sons. Sz New Spring Goods Arriving Daily THERE ARE IN THESE QJ, UNITED STATES 31,242 22.023 S-- CONFECTIONERS v MALES iS imf i s5 9.219 "MALES What The Nephi Cattle- men Should Do. Local Notes' Irvin this week visitingfriends. . Miss Leon Kendall went to Ephraim Tuesday to visit Miss Erma At the meeting of the Juab Cattlemen's Association last week the matter of trying to limit the breeds of cattle to be turned upon the public range was taken up and discussed at some length, but as frequently happen at mass meetings in general, nothing very definite was decided to use the influence of the Association to limit the bulls to be turned upon the National Forest to two breeds, viz. the Shorthorn or Durham and the Hereford. As the cattlemen are about equally divided in their favorites between these two breeds it seemed to be the sentiment of the meeting that it Our New is in Ephraim County Wilson - Neilson,Attorney Geo. Udall of Eureka and A. J, Udall of Nephi came over from Eureka Tuesday. ; The Misses Ina and Flomelta Hawkins are in Nephi this week visiting relatives and friends. J. H. akerK'of the Bonneville Lumber Co, was in Nephi Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Mrs. Vance Mangelson went to Ephraim Tuesday to spend ten daj a visiting her parents. Attorney L. A. Miner went to Salt Lake. Tuesday on legal business. J. A.. Cottrell; went ,to Salt Lake Saturday afternoon returning Sunday morning. Dr. N. 3. Rees was in Salt Lake this week on professional buui ness. Mrs. S. 6. McCune was in Salt Lake this week on business. J. W'U Walker of Salt Lake has been in Nephi for more than a week on business. Carl Nelson was in Provo Sat urday itnd Sunday visititg rela Spring Goods - NOW COMING IN The new arrivals this week In the men's new are the department Spring Shirts, Bats, Underwear and Hosiery. In the ladies lines, Silks, Ginghams, Shoes, Hosiery and Underwear. P. S. See the new ButtrickStylesinour at pattern department the would be impossible to eliminate either of them. Now; if we are to limit the breeding of cattle to two breeds, why not go one better and limit it to ONE breed-the- n in a few -WHERE GOOD MERCHANDISE IS CHEAPER" years Nephi would have practically pure bred cattle all through. This is the custom that is being followed elsewhere is in fact the THE BEST RECOMMENDATION very system that the sturdy Scot The strongest recommendation followed in building up the great any article receive is a favShorthorn breed of cattle, and his orable word may from the user. It is English cousin in breeding up the the recommendations of those equally famous Herefords. If we who have used it that makes could just "get together" on ONE Chamberlain's Cough Remedy breed regardless of which of the so popular. Mrs. Amanda Gier-hartwo were chosen, "it would be tives. Waynesfield, Ohio, Miss Mary Bywater one o: but a very few years until Nephi Cough Remedy would be known in the Btockman's has been used in my family off Nephi'a school teachers returned book as "pure-bred- " town instead and on for home from Salt Lake Mondaj 1 twenty years and it When Medicine of a town where it was impossible has never failed to a care morning. cough for the buyer to get anything ex- or cold." Is To Be Given Obtainable Mrs. John Horst of Salt Lakt every crosses and mongrels. cept where. returned home .Tuesday after Opinion is so thara should bo oonfldanoe In divi very equally hei with Its purity, atrangth and In tha visiting a short time ded between the Durham am: NOTICE. of Ita compounding. aeouraey daughter Miss Gretchen Horst. Hereford that a little consideraThe Nephi Phurcheon Horse All thoso will ba asaurad If w C.' Owen Lomax Shoe repairing tion on the Co. will receive bids for the part of any open-min- d fill tha proscription. Rura.fraah moved to Odd Fellows Building ed man would lead to the belief cash lease or care horse of for drut, skill and froatcara maka one block south of the mill ex that there is mighty little differ one our proscription work parfaot. year. Bids must be in the change; ence in ravor of either as against hands of the secretary not later Boar that In mind. Mrs. W. 0. Collard of Ft Green the other. Furthermore, every than February 29th. is visiting for a couple of weeks breeder of cattle should admit Jesse Pay. Sec. a with her parents, Mr. and Mrs lL .1. .is mat.1 euner IDreeu, straignt, Fine Durham bull calves tor T. L. Smith. much to be preferred over a mixsale See A. E. Fowler. Starr, House with three rooms, one Geo. Downs who has beer ture of the two. Utah. lot and one acre of water is firm city the it Now, in conviction Salt Lake for mort working Wanted If havHogs for See Mrs. John Jackson. sale. parties of the writer this home last is that stand than a year returned ing hogs for sale will list them favored by at least week. Highest market prices paid for with us we will find market for all kinds of cattle. Sec Lunt and I he student or the " ads re of the cattlemen of Nephi, and same. Mill & Mfg. Co. Nephi Belliston before is what are to more, you sell. they willing duces "bargain hunting" to back the up policy by giving up system. She is able to find the B bargains without spending all of their leaning to their respective favoritits if be can it decided only her time in Enoch Burton who has been to breed up ONE strain instead of two and let the majority decide away in the southern part of the which that shall be. Of course state on business was in town nothing compulsory is contemTuesday, leaving for Iron county Isn't necessary in a pro it plated again early Thursday morning. ' and i in town MdMMayi-j-gressive Mr. Joseph btewart cam like Nephi. It would not be long home from Provo Sunday morn before all breeders would fall in ing. Mrs. Stewart had been in ;ne, realizing that where such Provo attending the funeral of existed as beslight her brother who died of blood tween advantage The worth of a shoe depends the Durham and the Hereupon its poisoning. bred ford, the pure and especial near. If the allowance for household ly the "community" animal is Even you have a ;xiir of shoes that exwriMi is too small, take away much to be preferred above the the give greatest of fact much of the ugliness that degree of comfort, and mixed breeds. do not have the wearing qualities, by making your dollars do extra As wai utated above, it is the you have not received full value for your duty. Watch the "ads." for rea' belief of the writer that a majormoney. buying opportunities. ity of grazers are already in favor Th0 next time you are in need of of deciding upon one breed of The woman who pays more, in cattle and take shoes come to THE TOGGER Y, you will the ri?k of having he her shopping today, for the to sure to get distance footwear give up their personal favorit and our method long things the buys than wasnecess es, un inn account it is suggest of fitting feet gets you because she failed to ed that at the the comfort. of the Cat meeting study the advertisements is not tlemen s Axsoriation on Friday $3.60 to $5.00 a wise financial manager for her next the matter be opened up home. 1st us show you, again, and grazers come prepared to vote on the question "Resolv WALKOVER SHOES, SOPHOMORE in There are ed: That the Juab Countv Cattle CLOTHES today's store ads", which ap men's Association Use iLiinMuenr t,'y to some of the things you to limit the breed of bulls to be STETSOX AXD MALLORY HATS, should buy today. What sort of turned upon the public ranire to iiuos. wisdom would it be to overlook one breed." If this question can I think it be on voted first ouM ARROW them? COLLARS, pass easily enough, then let the members vote on the one particular breed which thev favor: lrt FOR A BILIOUS ATTACK. the majority rule, and the minor Agents for the "Royal Tailors" be generous enough to support When you have a severe head ity them. W, L. 1. ache, accompanied by a coated tongue, loathing of food, constipation, torpid iiver, vomiting of partly digested food and thet bil. you may know that you of good things to eat for hlsnephews and nieces. have a severe bili jus attack. Trom all over the be quit sicl While you m wbrld he brings the best for the American people. Oet yonr share there is much consolation in here. You by be will forced to getting commend them for both their knowirg that relief may be had and economy. of Chamberlain qnality three taking Tablets. They are prompt and Obtainable effectual. every where. NEPHI MER; CO. t, Writes-"Chamberlai- These Are The People Who Make The Sweets That We Buy For People Who Enjoy Suoh Treats We Carry Only The Best Confections Thcsa that ara mad undor tha moat Sanitary conditions, and by high The blf hats Indicate grade operations as shown above. that the factory Is Insuring a first class p roduct. TRY OUR CHOICE CONFECTIONS NEPHI DRUG CONFEC'Y. & . Lunt's Pharmacy three-fourt- GENUINE CO-OPERATI- ON I he foundation of projrrcaive banking lies in the tilj(ct degree of service n I tie part of tlie financial institution; confiniictJ patronage and expressed jfood-wll- l on the part of depositors. It has heen the constant aim of the First National Hank In help patrons to thrive and expand; that we have succeeded Is. we believe, evidenced by our gratify ing- progress. Our Officers invite consideration of the business prclljre which an acenciation with this Institution affords. - FIRST NATIONAL BANK UTAH. NEPMI. I m ARRIVALS SPRING GOODS ARE NOW ARRIVING ALMOST DAILY Those now In arct Corsets. The Warners Rust-ProoA fow numbers In Ladles', Minei' and Children's Shori. A few advance numbers In Ladles Waists. Cots' Salts. nearly all having two pairs of pants. All the above are the new things and lost of them will be picked np. right f way. Don't f nil to see these early-thewill melt before the fawny simply Spring ' r." bftylngf y t Excelsior Mer. Co, "THE P.UALITY STORE" n's hs ""k',""l'aVaBa!BasAsBa-- store-exploratio- n. fair-mind- ed How Much Milage Do You . Get Prom Your Footwear? if ary-simp- ly price-quotatio- n, u'lLsox sunns " The Toggery 1 UNCLE SAM IS A FINE PROVIDER! ENTKRPRISE GROCERV CO.