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|Paper||Juab County Times|
Juab County Times Successor J. To The NEPHI RECORD M. CHRISTENSEN, R. J. HENRIOD, Editor & Pub. Manager. Regular price $2.00 per year. In advance Si, 50 per year, Published weekly, every Friday at Nephi, Utah. The Tale Of A Lamb. Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow; it strayed away one summer day, where lambs should never go. Then Mary sat down and tears streamed from her pretty eyes; she never found her lamb she did not advertise. And a brother John, wl o had Mary the village s t o r e ; he sat kept down and smoked his pipe and watered the open door. As people passed along but did not stop to buy, John still sat down and smoked his pipe and blinked his sleepy eye. And 60 the sheriff closed him out, but still he lingered near, and Mary came and dropped with him a sympathetic tear. "How is it, sister, that all the other merchants here sell all the gjods and pay their bills and thrive from year to year?" Remembering now her own bad luck, the little maid replies., "The other fellows got there, John, because they advertise." br-ca- A use Stranger's Appreciation Nephi, a stranger salutes you Coming into your life he has not found your streets the Mecca of and quibbling merchantmen feverish wily financiers and shoppers. lie has not found them brilliant by night with the gay throng who Beek ever for new dazzle in theatre and ball room. Instead, Nephi, he has found your streets wandering peacefully off toward the patient hills that gird you. Scarcely a breath from your heart he has found your streets jogging through proud orchards of ripe fruit, peaches and apples glowing red from the fond caress of sun and frost; plums all clad In royal purple. And your people, Nephf. the stranger has found them generous, happy because they are a tune to clear skies, pure air. the steadfast hills. Since he has found you so and your people Nephi, the stranger is glad that he could come to you. May he try to make you glad? open-h- earted, After a year's further the cause of the Free Public Library, the committee in charge gave an entertainment Monday evening in the Library rooms in the Armory. A goodly portion of the leading citizens of Mount Pleasant who are interested in this good cause availed themselves of this opporTo tunity and assembled at the Library to help the work along. The ladies in charge desired to have the men who were pre-fe- nt voice Trains to Salt Lake assisted by the Armory Hall Company and the Library Committee of Company!.), also the City Officials and the good citizens of Mount Pleasant. ' One year ago there was no sign of a Public Reading loom for the young people of this city. Grass grew where now a ltrge building stands on a quiet spot in our city with a oom furnished with fine furniture, a nice rug on the floor, beautiful pictures on the walls, and a choice collec tion of good hooks. Everything to. make it pleasant for one to go and spend profit able hours with the best of authors. The Library will be open from 3 o'clock till 5 in the afternoon and 7:30 till 10 o'clock in the evenings. Ladies will be there to wait on the public during these hours and anyone may have the privilege of taking a book to their homes for a period of two weeks if they desire, after which they must be returned. The time is now at hand when Mount Pleasant is very much in need of a Public Reading Room and greater Bteps should be taken in this direction. It ought to appeal to the citizens of Mount Pleasant to encourage those who are working for this cause. The City itself should step forward and do more than they have al ready done in this regard. &0.00 was appropriated at the beginning by the city officials, but Mount Pleasant is becoming Jan educational center and should have a better Public Library for the benefit of those who are searching for information, and placs for the young to learn to Mt. Pleasant love good books. Pyramid. 5. Con- wheal. three s Juab' I Notice THE DISTRICT COURT j -'l Attorney for petitioner Notice to Creditors. $3.55. Prom Nephi, Utah. Information. Phono or cad J. A Agent or address T. C. PICK. O. P. A. Loe Angeles. A. H. A. P. G. J. MANDERFIELD, Sstt Lake City. Ut Cot-trol- l, Ce First National Bank. XX JEWELERS Oi. a Salt Lake City, Utah. Nephi, - - Utah -I 3 l Gasoline ENGINES For Farmwork Irrigation, or Pumping Factory use Si electric Lighting to 1 .16 h. by a rwponiible firm, for particular! M. Eovrnd-truarmii- trl J W. SHKPHISRD. . Levan, Utah. Baker Lumber Co, STANDS FOR absolutory Our Mouldings, Sash, Doors. Lath and Shingle the best on the market The Cement we carry, "Ogden Portland" and "Red Devil. are surpassed In quality by none. The Lumber we sell Is equalled only by those who handle the best. We ItOAST you will BOAST, if you purchas from us. Good Stock Register -- the remaining days are October 8. 9, 15, 29 and 30. m Nephi City Backsmith Shop. OUR AIM: since Monday morning when the 1913. Prompt Service Phone No. II. Such an exodus of Nephites Estate of William S. Park deceased. Creditors will present claims with to Salt Lak for the Irriga vouchers to the undersigned at his resiState tion Fair, end Congress. bedence in Nephi City, Utah, on or fore the first day of February A. D. Conference, has been going on To do our work righf Using best of material At reasonable Prices W. A. MATSON, Prop John S. Cooper, Administrator of low rates began, that hardly Pianos. The estate of William '. Park, De citizens are left to run enough All the best krnown makes abceased. W. A. C. Bryan Attorney for admi- the town at its usual rate of solutely guarantee d, forceah. or speed. If a few more attrac- on time with easy monthly paynistrator. First pub. Oct. 4th, last pub. Oct. 25. tions had been on in the capital ments to suit yourself. Let the population of the figure with you. 1 will Rave you L. K. STEWART. 460 West 3rd South, entire state it seems would have hied money. themselves Zionward. ' R. L. BATCH ELOR, Agt. UTAH. PROVO. Piano Tuner Will visit Nephi, Levan, very sis and Mono month. TTOTJ CAN GOT TO RUN Many, Many steps In your home by havlngan exten-tlo- ii any A - Nephi you want a guar- tht Guarantee" Store With trbitrrCrairtitit-Cr)lt.ttitG-C-Cr-C- If No one Is too poor to acquire the saving habit. $1 with us will do it. Wo will bo glad to have you try us next t'ms. bYA- iBHf"tl antee of honesty In him, teach him the value of a good habblt ularity of our Idea. Tht e QUALITY & QUANTITY are OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF UTAH IN AND FOR I HE COUNTY OF J'JAB. In the matter of tin; estate of Sarah Ann W. Cazier, deceased. he petition of E. R. Booth for probate and of the will of a a i d decedent and for Letters Tetimentary to be is- sued topetitionerhas been set for hearing at 10:05 o'clock A. M. on Thurs day the KHh day of October A. D. 1912. at the courthouse in Nephj City, Juab County, Utuh. THOMAS W. V1CKERS, Clerk. W. A, C. BRYAN, (Seal and The steady and substantial growth of our business Is desttnot ovldenoo of the success and pop- links east IM y per-footl- sixteen links, Particular Style. All our Vehicles have a style not found in other kinds. They Alliances attract attention because they marriage license was issued are stylish. Not only the vehicle to Myr- tint the horse has in Salt Lake Wednesday style, too, and on Vest of Mona and Miss Katie these combined make thestyh?h Kendall of Nephi. The popular turn out for which young couple had kept their inWeAr Noted. tentions secret, and but few of We can furnish safe and caretheir friends knew of the event ful dm era and as to prics, they before hand. Mr. Vest is an in- are the only part of the wbnW dustrious young man ot good outfit that is not great. reputation, and the bride is a Rocks Springs and Hiawatha young lady of excellent repute, Coat is the best- the adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kendall. The Times WE CARRY IT. extends its hearty Mona It Is our aim and pur- pose to supply only dependable merchandise at popular prloos thence' been shown no premium or favors by the Utah millers, while the fact is stated, i. e.- - that the Turkey Red has forced th In fiffvanrn l.iH'.n urKiffa their prices to the Turkey Red sunaara or go wnnou. what you buy at this storo st .0.s character demonstrated In your boy while still under parental Influence, see to It that he forms a systematic habit of saving money, m much as wo oould for fa .. If You Wish To See Charge You I tt I Sept, JO.Oct. 3rd, Extra Cars Plenty room Special Rate Ticket on Sale Sept, 30th, to Oct. 6th. Ask for Return Limit Oct, 12th. Tickets via Salt $3.55 for the Round trip ticket. IS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF UTAH IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF JUAB. In the matter of the ettato of John Andrews, deceased. The petition of David Cazier for a decree of this eourt determining w h o are heirs of said John Andrews, deceas-- ! ed, and that petitioner succeeds said HrtfeHant in aimnl. titla r e ,h. frA ' lowing described tracts of land situated in Juab County, State of Utah, to wit: 1. Beginning at a point two rods two links south of the north-eacorner of Lot one of Block 27. Plat "A" of Ne phi Survey of Townsite lots, running south 47 degrees west f o u t rods, thence south 70 degrees wesr eight rods, thence north 74 degrees west three rods thence north 43 degrees 30 minutes west eight rods, thence south ten rods twenty three links, more or less, to the south boundary line of lot 2 of said block, thencu east nineteen rods twelve and one half links, more or less to the south east corner of said lot one, thenco north ten rods twenty link, to place of beginning. 2. Also beginning 17 rods 4 east, and 43 rods 20 links south of the forth west corner of the south quarter of section five in Township 13 south of Range 1 East of Salt La k e Meridian, thence running east 35 roils, thenee south 23 rods, thence west 35 rods, thencenorth 23 rods, to place of beginning, containing 5 acres 5 rods.. 3. Also the west part of Lot two of Block 28, Plat "A" of Nephi Survey of I ownnite lots, the same being's rods 10 links east and west and 13 ro-inorth and south, has been set for hearing at 10 j'tlock A. M. on Thursday, the 10th day of October A. D. 1912, at the court house in Nephi City, County, Utah. THOMAS W.VICKERS. Cleik W. A. C. BRYAN, Seal Attorney for Petitioner. - gress. Fot We Don't Notice of Hearing .. 'S- - l fur This condition of affairs has been taken advantage of by interested parties to make it appear that the Turkey Red has Ladies Relief and Primary Assne Oct 2 and 3. Lake Route. lintn pond. Salt Lake City. Utah. National Irrigation Culture club and the Twentieth Century Club who have had the work in hand so far. Mrs. Ferdinand Erickson told in short what the two clubs had done and how they had been Home Utah State Fair, Dally their sentiments in re- lation to the library. Short talks were made by Pres. C. N. Lund, Mayor James VV. Anderson. Prof. C. L. Johns, P. M. Neilson, John II. Seely. F. C. Jensen, Daniel Rasmussen, II. LeRoy Nielson and others. All of whom highly commended the work done by the ladies of the OCTOBER 4, 5, 6. 2 Probato and Guardianship Notloes. (Con.ult County Clark or rwpKtiv. furth.r tnform.tfon) Cause. vigorous L. D. S. Conference 30.-O- ct. Is Furthering The Library in connection campaign with the officers of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Millers' Station, the Utah-Idah- o and Grain Dealers' Association is highly gratified to be able to report that a large portion of this year's crop of wheat, in both Utah and Idaho, is of the famous Turkey Red variety. It is, however, quite unfortunate that the severe rainstorms of August have depreciated the appearance jf the berry in many places, but for encouragement of the farmers we may say that the milling value has been but slightly deteriorated. It is estimated that ful y one half of the present c:o.) is of the Turkey Red variety. Some of the samples coming to hand as Turkey Red do not carry the points which should distinguish this variety, so it is presumed that either inferior seed has been furnished or seed of red wheat of another sort. These samples are low in gluten and are not as desirable as some of the better white wheats. But we have nevertheless raised a large fine quality, crop of very best thi Turkeyt equalling Red wheat grown in the state of Kansas. This has already enabl ed the Utah millers to drive out of our markets much of the Kansas and Nebraska flour; and besides having accomplished that has so improved the quality of Utah flour that our millers have already been enabled to extend their flour markets far beyond anything they could have anticipated so soon. The most sanguine of us supposed we would have cause for congratulation ifth is re result had been brought about in hree to five years. For the first- time in many years, the flour mills of Utah are preparing tD run nights as well as days, and it is confidently believed that they can be kept running con stantly twenty four hours in each day for several months. The financial result to the farmers has been more than could have been hoped for. For, while at the beginning of the harvest at the end of July, milling conditions in Utah seemed to require a value on mill ing wheat of about sixty cents per bushel, the development of the flour trade has been such as to warrant the payment to the farmers of 65c to 70c per bushel. Not only has this been achieved forthe Turkey Red wheat but the fact that such a premium could be paid for the variety has forc ed the buyers of the white wheats to advance their prices to correS' Sept. Alt. Pleasant Mow TURKEY RED LEADS. A II telephone added to your present service, making it possible to place DOWN ot k inn V1- -, AND ANSWER THF $ TELEPrM? and receive calls In more than one part of your home. This additional service costs only 50c per monthless than two cents a dav. THE MOUNTAIN STATES m TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO. R. W. GARDNER, Dist. Mgr.