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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. The Juab County Times District. District J. M. C.hrltensen, Editor and Publisher Judicial Judge, Fifth Voshua UreeuwooJ. . . UTAH MEPHI Attorney K. H. Ryan. I Cook. Stenographer Stute Senator J. A. Hydo. How faablon doth make fools eft vi Stat all. representative James D. Stack. Forest Supervisor, Nephl Forest .There la no proper season for plant-"la- Reserve D. S. Pack. dynamite. U. S. Expert in Charge Experiment P. V. Carduu. Pumpkin pie begins 10 draw upon Station State foreman Experiment btation the culinary horizon. ' ' Stephen Uoswell. County. What effect would synthetic rubber commissioners George County have on the chewing gum Industry? Jones, Ueorge C. Whltmore, John S. If the women reformed their clothes Kellsen. Clerk T. W. Vlokera. the modUtes would lose a lot of Recorder Win, Burton. money. Treasurer A, It Paxnian. Assessor Enrl Jackman. Boys were playing Indians and banBurveyor Arthur A. Miller. dits long before the advent of the Attorney T. L.. Koote. Shsriff Gus J. Henriod. movies. Superintendent of schools Ivan C. Dalby. an Nicaragua la no longer than Probation officer James E. Mem-mot- t American state, but it Is fuller of , , bananas. A. J. Road commissioner ... I g ' - . Stal-nake- No man can tell how a marriage) turn out, but any woman can will ... ... If the Astor baby had bis way be mm Afn ror an i ThAM arA fmio Havah wild hllffftlO . .. 'UIJDLB .. J .. . I. . V. . LI19I11 1 ,4 WUU. Every woman hates to see her llt- la inn en In nrhnnl or her daughter BArried tor the first time. Red apples may produce red choeks. a fruit . itrower says, but green there Is a shortage In the cranberry crop, but thus far no shortage In the turkey crop has been reported. Explorers In New Mexico recently have found a prehistoric flat, but even lb janitor had become extinct. That electricity can cure hunger has been demonstrated by many a man who has mingled with a live wire. Once upon a time a man thought $e knew a mushroom from a toad- stool. A large family survived mm. Katlng lunch every dayin ten min utes Is another form of speed mania that Is responsible for many deaths. That St. Paul woman who wrote a novel with her toes certainly bandied the subject with a good understand ing. Bowe men are born liars, some bare to lie for a living, and some lie because their wives are too Inquis itive. 'VVK'n there are so many great men and women In the country It makes us few common people feel awfully lonely. Some romen pay more attention nttr dors than they do to their bunds, but then maybe the dogs owl less. A woman in wasningion was ium-ii-e! eleven years and never told it. This shatters another tradition. Salt Lake Office. r. DO 10 longherlbed r, n. SURVEYING Land, mininfr, power, Urauhtin, luiterinj,', lue prints. NEPHI, UTAH. Physician and Surgeoa BE ABANDONED Irrf-ntio- PHONE NO. 81 WFICR AT RESIDENCE Dr. J. G. IRONS T. L FOOTE PRESIDENT SMITH SAYS SAINTS ARE RELEASED FROM DUTY IN SOUTHERN REPUBLIC. Attorney at Law County Attorney In-ar- s 'Phone No. Head of "Mormon" Church at Semi- Annual Conference Discusses Troubles of Colonists Session One of Interest. Office & VETERINARIAN at Court I3ous y UTAH :: Graduate Veterinary College University of Pennsylvania ' Lawyer semi-annu- :: NEPHI HENRY ADAMS Salt Lake City. At the opening fes. slon of the eighty-thirconference of the Church of, Jesus Christ of La'.ter-daSaints, held in this city on Friday, October 4, President Joseph K. Smith spoke ot tbe triaU of the Saints in Mexico, and declared that the mission there Is, at least for the present, at an and that the brave men and women who had risked their fortunes and their lives in tho attempt to build up a brunch of the church in (but country are released from further duly in tlie southern republic, - The president paid a glowing tribute to the members of tbe church who hud gone to Mexico to make their homes, declaring that they "have suffered a great deal at the bunds of a degraded, wicked, unprincipled srrade of men, many of whom unquestionably have good hearts In, them, and will muuifeu the goodness of their hearts when under the Influence of good men and of favorable surroundings." "The American government." .Bald President Smith, "has played the part of wisdom In standing aloof and letting dog eat dog. The church dignitaries were well represented at tho conference, only two of tho apostles being absent, Rudger Clawson, w ho Is in Europt., nd Georgo K. Rh hurdJ. Of the first sever, president of the seventies, there were present: J. Golden Kimball. Seymour B Young. Rulon S. Wells, J. W. Mo Murrln. and Charles H. Hart. Bishop Charles W. Nibley, presiding of the church, and his counselors, O. P, Miller and David A, Smith, were pres. of other high churchmen, ct. ScorePatriarch including Hyrum G. Smith, occupied seati of honor. Fully 8,noo many of them pilgrims from throughout the world, far and near, where the branches of the church are located, were present, the attendance exceeding that of any 0ening session In years. Following the address of President Smith, President Anlhon 11. Lund made a brief doctrinal address, follow. Ing cloely the line marked out by President Smith In the closing of his sermon. Four of the first council of seventies. Charles H. Hart. Joseph W. Rolon S. Wells and Jonathan G. Kimball, also spoke at the opening days sessions, each delivering an Instructive and cntertalnlmc address. At tho Sa'tirday session, the vast sudlenee listened to three more of the first round of seventies. Rrlgham II. Itobert. Seymour II. Young and Edgar Young, the principal address being delivered by Elder Rober's. In the afternoon four of 1he Apostles spoke. Including Pi sident Francis M lleber J Grant, Lyman and Reed Smoot and Hyrum M. Smith. In his address at he Silurdny session. President Smith said: "God. In His roun11es wisdom and gracious mercy, has provided means and has shown the way to vhc children of men, whereby even In the realm of freedom and the enerclve of their own J'tdg-men- t they may Individually come to Jnd In faith and prayer and find out what should guide and direct their human Judgment and wisdom: and I don't want the Saints to foreet this la their privilege." It Is esMma'ed 1h3t there were 12 W'O persons in the tabernae'e at eaeh NOTICE TO WATER USERS. of the meenes on Sunday, and. In he afternoon, there mut have been State Fnaineer's Office, Salt .Lake 20, ini persons in the tabernacle, aa City, Utah. September 11, 1912. semhly ha!1 and outdoor gMberlne. Th closing sesslnria rounde l out a Notice Is hereby given that Iouis FuK.il. whose pnt offie ad'iress Is conference tha! ha been eratifylntly Pleas yit Grove. Utah, has made appli- sueeul. It was a m'ehtv exnoHl-lloof the wonderful and cloe fellow-slrr- t cation in accordance with the re tuire-ment- s which bind toee'her a g'eal ot the Compiled Las of Utah, peop'e In ope faith, one hope and !o7. as ainended by the Session Of Utah. l!o and 1911. to appropriate urii'ed worship of one supreme being. afternoon did the t h re- - (3 riiMcfeei of water per sec Espec'al'y in lh end from tme.lve iinnmed sprlnrs In nverwhelmir.f typify (he com-Juab county, Utah. Said sprints bear pad nnltv of ie 'tormon people. ' the "3lernacle tricetin-'Spe"'"'!" from the southwest corner of Section e- J"1der "'il'le V, Penrose, of th 2, Township 11 South. Banes 1 KaM, Elder Orson V. Salt Lk I 'wise and Mrldiai, as fol Prut presMercy; HmHh. David O. lows: No, L smiia 21 decrees 43 V.hltney, c;eotee V. Sm'th, Jr.. and minutes east 1 .. feet. No. 2, south McKay. Jnw-!- i Jimc-E. Ti't.-- r of the quorum ol HO tninit'es east 45t feet. Z9 fif-.- rt s. aid Preslden' Josepij No. 3, south 17 decrees IS minutes twelve fert. No. 4, south 43 de Y. S;nlth. who e'oe j and dlmlsse1 east In a brief addreas o gree 20 minutes east JJis feet. No (he east admonition. K'der George F. Rirhird-- f 6, south i dogrces SI m;nu'r confined to h s borne on amount ot No. 6. south M decreet 303 fret. east 223 feet. No. 7. south 02 decrees Illness, and President Smi'h ake-- l 2' minutes eaM 73" feet. No. H, scith j the sain's to make a pe'i'ion for h's f.2 decrees 21 minutes east 711 feet. recovery a special subject of their 72 Orrees 2t miti:ite . north prayers. No. tine of the everrow mee'infs was east l.C. 8 feet. No 10, north 73 deh'l. In charce grees 49 m mites esst l.f'2 feet. No heldK!din r the assembly Anthony W Ivins of th quo-rn11. north 73 degrees 13 minutes east rf of twe'v 1.763 feet. No. 12. n'irth 71 deerees aKj'es. A'it'r.g p were President Sam 47 minu'es eat. 1.7SHS fert. The watef him as speit(v-Bennion of the Central Slates w:ll be diverted at tt.e places of 'e- - jel (. E. Ell nuance from ssid srr nes and convey i m'sion. Preiin rn'ssin-i- . the of Northern worth Sta'es I n a d a a for me.ir-ef pipe el hy tance of 4.1) feet and there used rre;rlent ( 'ires A. Callls of oii;hern H'a'es mission and Eider from April 1 to Ortotr 21. Inclusive of each year, to Irrigate Z20 acres of IvH II. Cannon of St. Gorge. Ten mls'orary STfle'les of th land embrs'ed in Seetion 10, Townhurch of Jena Christ of ship 11 South, Ranee 1 Fat. Sail I.ak I'ase and Meridian. This appli- ?ainta held reunions FTiday nleht, cation is designa'ed In the State En?1 alked over eld days while on milDeer office as No. 45M. renewed old acquaintances from lions, the All protects aeainst among the many who are in the city Of said application, stating the rea. the conference, enjoyed eons therefor, must te msde hr affl to a'tend and dancing and listened to davit In duplicate arid filed In th's of music addresses of ood fellowship flc within thirty (SOI days after the shorl me 3 from among frare of this of representative the publication completion them. Vol ic e. CALEB TANNF.n, SU'een stakes were reprpaen'ed at Stat Engineer. (he meeting of th "Woman's GenealoDte of first puTilicstioti Peptemhet gical society of the Mormon church 20. 1912; date of corr.pleiloa ol V? held Saturday Vation October 21, 1S12. . JAMES H.CARTER Miner, M. D. D. O. IICO Practice. In all the Courts. matter given careful and All legal PHONE 187 prompt attention. Office second floor of Uoldabrough Block.. Diseases of domestic animals Dr. . A. BOOTH No. Office Rooms 2 and Building. Phone No. 13C ! Post Uffiua Livery and Feed Stable Architect Plans and Specifications for all kinds of buildings . Hesidences a Specialty OFFICE AT RESIDENCE Goo Bus Masts All Trains. Livery Rigs. Dray and Expresa Wagon. Agents for Coal. I Phone H D. COLDSBROUGII. MODERN CAREER SHOP U. No. -- Proprietor TRADE MORAL Introducing to the merchant is Per First Class Work We make a sprrtalty nf Klccirlc Scalp and Pace Hmh and Hhn Sliiiiliig Klund In C(nnectlin Brea., Props. Siloors south P. O. Batehalor Three Doors North. A. NIELSON, rnoi'KiKTOR 2. Enoch Burton IOO TO THE AMB OUHTSOTJS TWtATKKHT PUtST OIBB WO Winn 3, treated City Barber Shop Dentist ti n sucker. aii-aa- State Engineer's City. Utah, September 10, 1912. Notice is hereby given that tli Nephl City Corporation, by Its Mayor, Isaao H. Grace, whose post office address la Nephl, Utah, has made application in accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, lOT, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah. 109 and 1911, to apot propriate forty (40) cubic-fee- t water per second from Salt Creek, Juab county, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which north 69 decrees 6 minutes east 5,772.8 feet diHtant of tho west quarter corner of Section 1. Township 13 South. Range 1 East. Salt Lake Base and Meridian, .from where it will be conveyed by means of a flume, canal and a pipe line lor a distance of 1,923 feet and there used during the period from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, to develop power for the purpose of electric llshtlng and propelling "machinery at Nephl and various towns in Utah. After having been so diverted and used, the water will ho returned to be natural channel of the stream, at a point which bears south tut deSuperintendent County Infirmary grees 16 minutes east 795 fet distant J. B. Vlckers. at the west quarter corner of Section W. V. Dr. County Physicians 1. Township 13 South. Range 1 East, A. Hensel. Dr. J. Bennett, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. This application Is designated In tbe State Engineer's office as No. 2774. All protests against tha grantln.it of EAST COUNTY MUNICIPAL OFsaid application, stating the reasons FICERS. In therefor, must be made by afliduvlt duplicate and filed in this office with-iNEPHI CITY. thirty (30) days' after the completion of the publication of this notice. Mayor E. R. Booth. CALEB TANNER. V. II. Pettcgrew, J. II. Counellmen State Engineer. Lunt, J. V. Ellison, Orson Cascler. Enoch Burton. Date of first publication September Recorder T. C. Winn. 20, 1912; date of completion of pubTreasurer J. H. l.atluier. lication October 21, 1912. o Attorney T. II. Burton., E. H. Sparks. Marshal NOTICE TO WATER USERS. ColeJustice of the Pence Jacob man. State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake Street Supervisor .Tas. B. RIchea. Utah, September 11, ".912. City, O. D. Dr. Quarantine physician Notice Is hereby given that Louii ' Minor. Fueal, whoso post office address Is Building Inspector I. II. Grace. Chief oi lre Department N. A. Pleasant Grove, Utah, has nrule ap plication In accordance with" the reMelson. Compiled Uia of Superintendent of Waterworks Al- quirements ofas the amended by the SesUtah, 1907, fred (lowers. and 1911 Member Board of Health W. A. sion Laws of Utah. 199cubic-feet of to appropriate three (3) Btarr. water per second from twelve un LEVAN TOWN. named springs In Juab county. Utah President Board of Trustees A. U Said springs bear from the southwest corner of Section 2, Township 11 Jackman. Trustees Lorenzo ManRelson, L. II. South. Range 1 East, Salt Lake Bane Mortensen, George Francom, Swen E. and Meridian, aa follows: No. 1, south 28 degrees 49 m4nuts east 1.3S0 feel MalniRren. No. 2, south 39 degrees 30 minutes Clerk Earl Jackman. Marshal Andrew Poulson. past 4GS feet. No. 3. south 17 de Health Officer Henry Hendrickson. grees 15 minutes east 633 feet. No, 4, south 49 degrees 20 minutes east 298 feet. No. a. south 58 decrees 51 EAST COUNTY SCHOOL BOARDS. minutes east 309 feet. No. 6, south degrees eaxt 223 feet. No. 7, south Mona John T. Kay. Ephrlain II. til C2 degrees 2i minutes east 3i feet N. W. Ellcrtson. Kay, No. 8. south 82 degrees 21 minutes Nebo George Tolley. LeRoy Whit-akeeast 741 feet. No. 9. north 72 deWm. Jones. grees 20 minutes east 1.638 feet No. A, R. Paxman. Nephl Alma Hague, degrees 49 minutes eas 1. north 73No. ' Roscoe E. G rover. 11. north 73 degrees 1.C92 feet. Levan John A. Morgan, James 13 minutes east 1.769 feet. No. 12, E. Taylor, Adalbert Bcsh, north 71 degrees 47 minutes east 1,796 feet. The water will be diverted at the places of Issuance from salS EAST JUAB COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL springs, and conveyed by means of a pipe line tor a distance of 4 .310 feet, DISTRICT. and there used from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive, of each year, for Alma Hague. President. Nephl. the concentration of various kinds ol John A. Morgan ores at the Iowland Tunnel company's Levan. mine In Mount Nebo Mining Dstitrlct Ivan C. Dalby, Secretary, Levan. Utah. The above nso will consume J. T. Kay, Treasurer, Mona, Ihe entire amount of water herein specified. This application Is deRig- In the State Engineers ol!k EAST COUNTY PRECINCT OFFIas No. 4SS3. CERS. All protests aiainst the granting of said application, stating the reasons Mona. therefor, muet be made; by affidavit Justice John-- fa tea. In duplicate and filed in this office Health Officer N. V. Ellertson. within thirty (3H days af er the of the publication of this noNephl. tice. Justice J. 8. Cooper. CALEB TANNER. Constable J. 11. Urougu. State Engineer. Ha!th Officer Dr. D. O. Miner. Date of first publication September Levan. JO, 1912; date of completion of pubJustice George W. Kofod. lication October 21, 1912. Constable Richard Iverson. . New Jersey holds the chivalry championship. There women are girls until they are forty. UGn3. NOTICE TO WATER r the-buye- the-purpos- accomplished by our The inadvertising columns. tegrity u both are vouched for- FORREST HOTEL - Headquarter for Traveling Men. Kw aleganUy appointed S room addition, steam heat, bath, etc. On bloek a cm tii and on ast of, court house, ituw 22. Thos. H. Burton Attorney at Law Licensed Abstracter bit-ho- A)K-tVi-- -- He Builds Wisely Builds Well" TO BUILD Who Money to Loan ! WELL USE Plaster Nepfii Has No Equal Office Winn BuilJing. Nqhi MHDM TDanC Tninn IV ujirt IIIHUL lliwitnk. "in a1 tljliiy girl's love by taking her aunt, buggy riding is like an attempt to do business without advertising. The aunt enjoys the buggy ride, but it doesn't help The Largest and Purest natural deposit of Gypsum in the World. your cause with the girl. The merchant who wants to wirv 1 the home folks' trade will win if he plugs persistently through. these columns. Co. Kephi Plaster & Mfg. County Mill and Elevator Company Juab MANUFACTURERS OF s Flour and Mill Produce Everything New and up to dato com-pletlo- n Another detective golf ball has broken Into print by exploding, but as a rule It Is the defective golfer who ' la explosive. food supplies are to go through the malls, and the cancellation of stamp on packages of eggs should be conflicted gently. Juab. Justice Constable R, C. SSephfnson. Orson Wortblngton. NEPHI COMMERCIAL CLUB. of Meets first and third every month at tho club parlors In the Lunt building. numVisiting bers of nelithliorlng commercial clubs welcomed. Scientists claim they have dlscov cordially William llsilcy. President expert-Bnentof meanles by the gprm A. Goo. erd Hperry, Financial Secretary. on apes. But measles Is cot a T. W. Vlckers, corresponding secrewith. tary. thing to monkey The trouble will not be over until we fU.d out whether the Amertcsn ar the National league champions ar Uhj better ball players. Tu'-sday- a A Pennsylvania man died at a ball game while rooting for the winning team. From a "fan's" view be died at tba summit of earthly bliss. The New Tork commissioner of polio) bad hi pocket picked. Under present conditions In that city this Modern Woodmen of America No meets every Tuesday evening it Woodman ball. Visiting Woodmen aelcomed. 10,700, . J. A. COTTREtJ ConsnL J. II. LATIMER, Clerk I. jO. O. F. No. 16 mets every But erday evening In I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting brothers cordially Invito to at lend. on a a of Juggernaut The picture Jacob r.tnsns. n. o. temcause a to one Jo? ride Is Indeed JA3. II JACKSON. Secy. porary suspension of prdetrlanlim on the highways and byways of. tha land. Latter-da- y Saints' Meetings. t A New York man recently died of S.tnday School. 10 a. m. First warii eld ago at 26. He was probably one at Tabernacle; "Becond ward at nn et of thane who sang: "Better twenty ;JigM. house. I. A. Sunday, 6:30 p. m. Firs-waryears of Broadway than a cycle of at tabernacle; Second ward at New Jersey." tiering bouse. Primary First ward at Relief ball Th new 1100 bill Is said to bear I p. m. Tuesday. Second ward a w Alexander Hamilton's portrait, but Tneslay. meeting hoiiso, 4 p. m, Priesthood meeting- - Monday, 7:30 fear we shall have to take somebody'! ward meeting p. m . at the respective word for It lotisnt. ftocrY First ward. Kalsr Wllhelm Is afflicted with ndRellrf fourth Thursdays of each month as rheumatism, which harts quit m. 2 p Second ward, first and badly In Ormsn, we are Informed, aa it third Thursdays of enrh month at 2 It do In English. tbe respective meting p. m. at bouses. woman suing fot A fnnylvsnl First ward. S p. tn Rlglon rlAs Olvorno rhargd that she ba bad but very Friday at Relief hall; Scond two new dfae In twelve years. No ward. nt., every Friday at o extreme cruelty was tag nous. sPonr iter vtadc oat Pretbyteriat Churt. ffondsy School at 10:10 a. tit., n1 areschln at I p. m. Rr. C. K. Davis, seems like adding Insult to Injury. mt . fe r.sior. t Uf Sb'-on- j You Don't Need a Town Crier to emphasire the merit of your busmen or announce your pectal iale. A straight ttory told in a straight way to the rri'ler of thi papr will quickly reach the ear of the thoughtful, intelligent buying public, the peopl- - who have the money i their pocket, and the people who listen to reason and not noise. Our book, will how you list of the kind of people you appeal to. Call and ee them a tkia oflka. TS s J s Travelers to Colorado and the East ior Should telect a Route famed for it Scenic and Superior Train Scrrice. Attractioo Rio Grande The Denver Railroad THE SC1.N1C LINE OF THE WORLD." I s Gold Coin Floor and Fresh Ground Graham Our Leader "EVERY MILE A This Route offers "Back Ea Travelers more varied scenic attractions, that can be seen from the car windows without extra ex. pensc for sidetrips, than anyothcr line. t' PICTURE" Low Round Trip Fares to Pueblo. Colorado Springs, Denver, and Principal Eastern Points, on Sale Special October Through 10 and 19, 1912 December HWpirxr 8tndrd and Ht.Tourist Louis, Omaha 21 23 and 25, 1912 1912. and 23, November Csm rlsily to Denver, Kansas City, and Chicago. SUPERB DINING CAR SERVICE Fars and full particulars will b eheerfully furnished on application, to anjr Rio Orande Agent. F. FotTt!, AEnt, L A. BsuToj, Oen. Agi. Taos. IT't Palt Ogdeo, I'tab. City, Utah. FraK A. Wamjuuh, Ofnurat Passenger Agot Ikf lenTf, Colorado.