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|Paper||Juab County Times|
1) h uuiiiAuiiuuuiiMyuuuuuiiuuuiiuunj ALL EAST COUN Ty Til ES COUNTY UAB NIRUC fc fcMiTTMHTTtnnrTnnifnHTmnimnimnnia KEPIII VOL. 1. cin Sacred Concert Sunday Evening. COUNCIL CITY;, UTAH JANUARY, DOINGS 28. 1 IN EVERY HOME cnrTTTTTnTTnfTnfiTTTTTTTTnnnTTnmTnTTy NO. Nephi Doctor Levan Notes. Spoclul Correspondence Mrs. E. W. Brereton and Miss Rhea Walton of Provo have MEETINGS I 1910. Nephi Society. BIG CONFERENCE nmiuauuua uumiuuuu'uuuuau, YOUR AD. IS READ Mrs. Maria Critchley has very ill the last week, her afflic- - j Last tion being a stroke of paralysis received 1G Hon- ored. Friday Dr. D. O. Miner the honor of being ap- member of the state a usepointed board of health to fill the vacancaused by the expiration Mrs. Boletta Aagard is very cy of the term of Dr. S. H sick; she has been suffering with Allen, on Dac. ' 3i, 1903. Tha dropsy for some time past. appointment was made by ActThere is some doubt with her ing Governor C. S. Tingey, with many friends as to her recovery, the consent and approval of GovMrs. Swen Malmgren has also ernor Spry who was absent in Letn again but is somewhat Washington! This makes the second appointment that Dr. Minimproved at this w riting. has received to this board. er in of the one Last Friday Dr. Miner also holds the position fastest and most, interesting of quarantine physician of Nephi games of basket ball that has in City. Levan for a long been played time our buys defeated the Centerfield Learn by a score ol been the guests of their sister, Mrs. W. W. Bennett, the past her left side almost few days. They returned homo leaving less. Wednesday. Mrs. John Chapman entertained last Tuesday in honor of her 71st birthday. All of the At the meeting of the city counmembers of her family with cil, the application of W. II. CarchilHelpful Instructions Given their wives, husbandsto and ter, James Bird, and John Kirgan, celebrati dren were present for pool license was laid on the the occasion. Many gifts were table. One of the largest and most presented "Grandma Chapman" The financial report of successful quarterly conferences on this anniversary. recorder T. C. Winn was referred held for a long time was concludThe members of the U C T. to the finance committee. In Club met at the home ox A. C. ed here last Sunday evening. The bids submitted to the counfact, the Saturday attendance Crawford last Monday evening. -cil for building bridges on the 3 " t was the largest that it has been Miss Louise Allen gava several county road going west near the for several years. Hollow and over the Big depot, cut of At the session held Saturday readings from James Whitcomb 22 to GO. It is well to note lluu The above is a half-ton- e Seek True i near the residence of Enoch Burthe visjii.v. who leaves afternoon, J. W. Ord of the stake Riley; Mrs. Crawford aud Mist; Jos. Anderson of Vickers P. Lacey One goodi friend 13 worm a ton, were referred to the comon a mission to presidency made the opening ad- Helen Grace rendered several team was fomily a member 1st February It is tlw mittee on highway aselections on the piano, an an the B. Y. U. team; and ptejed Uoil l';cipJaLlk.wuCCS. Germany and Switzerland. Mr. dress, and commended the large kind of individuals wo attiact The petition signed by the ho- Vickers The had. in that team when they won the has been the deputy attendance at the conference. enjoyable time was than rather numbers. great tel and restaurant keepers of the in the will club State championship. Also his County Clerk's office, and He spoke of the persecution of next meeting of the town to either have the licenses in Miss be two llobbs with a U. of U. man was in the. )'Strive to be a splendid and chartr.ousin May obhis uniform courtesy and by the and the saints, sufferings weeks. iing. it is worthier smhitun done away with entirely, or else liging manner has won a host of that they had endured. L 1 hal1 the endeavor to be hpopular, boardall who Not wh make r.l:.v..r. keep - .. v hnll --parties I who have those friends Mrand followed Sr. among ; The Card party given Tuesday Ord, is not necessary to reck It busito the in ers, pay proportion had dealings with the Clerk's continued the same line of thought afternoon by Mrs. I) O. Miner OUlliUIIlg WHO, 111; ness done, was referred to the We hear friends; if you are interesting office, He is 23 years of age, in his speech, and pointed out was a very successful affair. was again successful. and bright and cheerful you will committee. proper and has received a good education that persecutions were necessary 5oo was the game. Mrs; J. W. the Nephi team is coming out to le sought after. A host of acrecom Councilman Hague Levan n the High School, and has re in order to develop a strong ieo-pl-e. Hyde won first prize, and Mrs take the spurs off the like riches and water-worquaintances, mended that the to had the"miss-fortune- " second prize. team in the near future. The silver, often cause more worry " ; II- P. Barrows cently with committee in connection sooner the better for Nephi: become a benedict. than joy. If you have one or Provo, spoke Good refreshments were served. the superintendent, look up the The following sacred concert of Walter Scott of If they succeed in taking the two faithful comrades who will were The of work. following present: the necessity temple continuous flow and leakage and will be given in his Mesdames J. S. Ostler, It. F. spurs off they will wear a hard love you for your virtues and of taps, and general waste of honorprogram evening at 7:30 Just as the morning session was- Homer. H- V. Barrows. James earned ijersuader. Sunday a to close. Apostle Hysmile kindly at your faults, drawing water, and take steps to have " A- VOole. OVTV ni. An excellent" entertain rum 'M. "Smith, L. HaguovOo-Bishop the same discontinued. ThU evening (Tuesday) the you are truly blessed Ex. ment is assured, and all are re Miller, and Horace II. Cummings Sudbury. J. W. Hyde. Edith The finance committee reporthall management and orchestra quested to come and bid a God superintendent of church schools, Sparks, WmBailey, Misses are ed that the arrangement had giving a tree uance 10 an Bryan's Estimate of thz Neva Booth, Harriet Joslyn, speed to Mr. Vickers. arrived from Salt Lake. been made with the First Na- Opening Hymn icople. Congregation. News Papjr At the afternoon session. Bish- Marie Christensen. Allie Bryan, young Two car loads of grain are Country tional Bank for an overdraft, O. Ostler. Norma and Ce. Miner, Prayer mission of the Miller Editors. spoke op and that they had examined being shipied this week, the one Vocal quartette High School Day Saints on earth lx?ing Barton B rough's books One of the biggest surprises goes to Nephi, which is loaded Mr. Bryan's estimate of coun Apollo Club. to teach by example, and the and found them correct week was the marriage by A. Christensen; and the try newspaper editors is shown of the Masters Booth and Violin Duet best sermon was in leading a last . The committee was instructed Tuesday of I) B. Broad head other goes to Salt Lake City n a letter which he readily wrote Epperson.- - CL t'A.c-cV- A. C. Crawford then life. good which is loaded by J. W. Shepdue taxes to collect the back Ups and Downs of Missionary Life sang a beautiful baritone solo, of Nephi to Mrs. Peters of Sait saying: 1 am glaa to commenu who ha$ been residing herd. After these cars are load the work of the country newsthe city for paving. Lake, C. II. Grace. "Rock of Ages". Garrett moved Vocal solo Councilman here for the past six months. cd the surplus of w neat will Ik? paper. It can be owned by the A. C. Crawford. entitled, Cummings Superintendent The couple very quietly, took pretty well taken, as all the editor who edits it and therefore, that the city attorney draw up Advantages of Missionary Life favorable impressoutjthe pointed the early morning train, and large farmers have sold out their has !ehind it a conscience and an ordinance prohibiting the Wm. Bailey. makwere Mormons ion the that were married in the Salt Lake entire wheat crop. the granting of licenses for pool Vocal Solo Helen Grace. character which can be indenti-fie- d, ing with the outside world, and temple the same day. Mr. and billiard tables run for re- Remark s which is close to the peop'e Vickers. P. Lacey related his experience with men Broadhead the groom is one of While loading wheat at the venue within the limits of Nephi Vocal solo P. can and L Anderson. of learning, and how they viewed give voice to the sentiIxrvan Co-o- p store this morning, follows: as this of was section, vote The farmers the and of Booth ments Masters iu readers. We have Selection City. A. M. Jackman's team took the Mormon people. He also and big ' the over all is known tate, ' to Ingram; Garrett, Yes, Hague, depend more and more ujnjn Epperson. .. fright and ran away smashing the need of religious for ihc emphasized KiilfTH nas In! ts he Orme. res.i Burton, No, Benediction. uo his wagon pretty badly. No the country papers for an eduand moral training along with the attained in reaches by cational work that is necessraising J- opurely intellectual, in order to the dry dry farm methods. Mm. one was hurt. ary to a correct understanding of rounded and well Peters is a very estimable lady, The following attended confer public questions. There is a lot Indian War Veterans George C. VVhitmore Sells develon a character. symmetrical and well thought of bv all who ence In Nephi last Saturday and of difference between a man who Have "Heap Big Time" His Interests in the of the Smith Apostle joke know her Mr. anil Mrs. Broad Sunday: Bp. J. K. Taylor, Henry- writes what he is told to write Mill of and work Juab the colonization Lorenzo MangelCounty Hendrickson, early head will reside in Nephiand a man who writes what he War veterans The Indian reasons the out Co. and lilevator pointed saints, son, jonn a. Morgan, Aiunon !elieves is a message to his readgathered together last Tuesday had been so success theirs S. P. Christensen C. Tues Whitmore last why Christonron, benefit for thi George riven The party when the great ers. At this and aeain smoked the pipe of 40 ful in comparison with others. of the Mutual ; of the Second ami two toys, IL O Kofod, dailies are time, day sold bis interest of darthe more and and recounted becoming peace, shares of the Juab County Mill Under their plan of colonization. ward, was a very successful Mrs. Stephen C Christensen. more business time rather old deeds of the days. enterprises ing MihS Pearl Allen of Nephi the homes were built together i i affair. In addition to the danc and of than was held at the k Elevator Co. for $1000. Wm. The camp-fir- e opinion, exjKinents is the purchaser of the a settlement, with the farms on ing, vocal duets were rendered lent Saturday and Sunday with Bailey of in when a number All esjx'cially joined singing Arlington. block of the stcck, while the outside, thus giving them the bv the Pexton bisters, and the her parent?. them have become the property America: prayer was offered biggest Orson Cazicr took over the other advantages of educational a Slurry sisters, and a vocal . predatory Interests the counby Chaplain Thos. Bowles, Mr. Whitmore occupied social life of the town, while in by Mrs. FIot.H i W. Carter. wh' Hh? incrt-aw-i portion. of in im 'XniIiU Crip', Chas. try Sperrjr; song, address, method of colon b;a- the osition the of of the ordinary president l!x? guesU of the cvenhu, were the !',. of Hi; Apollo quartette Mrs- P. S. Xeilo.J cnU'ttair.-and now that he has tion, the settlers live right on w.ic. W. C. CaMkton. V. i). school: speech. Commander company, of his and were the their thereby card farms, a Jj. at interests, ar.d Wm. lt. ssell. Pt n j, party, Thursday Thos. Vickers; poem, composer disposed Iriw- - ai Market will meet next deprived of many advantages, be- 20th in honor of her birthda, board of directors '1 at joke.H of the "road" wvie Nephi and read by L. A. Bailey Sr. . Monday to elect a new presi coming more like mrtss backs in rtCAi.-.tedand a pleasant even (The poem will appear in another dent and officers. U5 amuseThe of their thj living. game way The tig column of the Times.) Patent flour Saturday evening the priest ment for the evening. CCO graJ-- j veterans and their guests were .Straight w as S. ns. Oliver Neiison .'.r.d Liiaa War-woofiour 2.W) then treated to a picture show, af- Bachelors Are Encouraged hood meeting was held. Inker's e hon e at I.h j arty jrpri.-won firct prise. S;:mi.el 2.S0 Graham Barton Paxman, Bishop Miller, and SupL ter which they all adjourned to the Assistant Cashier delivered strong ad Ncilson and Andrew Olsen won Wednesday ewening Theg.iests Bran Cummings Stock-shippJ. 1.0 L excellent an where Brough, X. L Bakery to the members. the booby prize. Those present rjuirht picnic, and musicians. Shorts dresses helpful W F. M District shakHand Manager lunch was provided. Pres. Paxman, were: Mr and Mrs N. C. Neiison and preceded to show "Pete" and Wild connection, In this H. !.00 Forest unin hay Madson, e Supervisor his a good time. The ing was then indulged 0.00 Editor in mentioning publications, took Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Neiison, carpets were taken up, ami danc Alfalfa , til 7:30 when the first and se- F, Studley, and commend very high N'r- and Mrs Andrew Olson. to occasion forlorn and all U school lonely cw 1.5(1 cond teams of the High Coleman, the Juab Mr. and Mrs Elias Warwnod, ing ami feasting were enjoyed Oats ier for good the ly iwwer new taken have a 1.00 ball basket bachelors, Wheat ier. bu. played a good lively in Mr. and Mrs J. W Ellison, Mrs until a late hour. was Times exerting County li are and fe lease on 1.20 cw L hopeful Barley ier game. The first team beat the Mr. Oliver ail to Bowles. and urged this en A. Mrs. Carver community, T. Mr. and of c this cause 6 17 optimisThe Cc to second by a score of Dressed Beef to 8. ' due give it their heartiest support. Neilsop. dinner. at tertained Wednesday in their tic 13 ranks, The dance in the evening was feeling Dres;d hens Sunday morning the Sundaywere guests: Dressed veal one of the largest and most sue to the fact that one of the old informal The following A little 8 2 nleavmt held. Sor.gs MfSjrs. and Mesdames Thfs. D rr- ssed m u tton cessful parties of the season. confirmed bachelors of the town, school session was hom 81-- 2 the held at at was and sacramental gt m party Vickers. T. W. Vickers, Vcme Dressed F 2 The married and older people ha been enticed from his state were sung, Mrs 9 J. Mr. and of Qjist Vickers. the children. Jas. W. Dressed pork Vickers, Licey turned out in large numbers, of "single cussedness" to that of were recited by 2 last 2i compii Friday evening turkey Wisdom was tlw Vickers. Mss Pearl S perry and travelnumU-and enjoyed the old time darters "married Fplicednes" by a win- The Word ofconcert. A of 40c butter to a Creamery in postle Smith mentary 7. C M I Wallace Vickers, and Mrs. Th'S. llanch butter 20c to the fullest measure. Step some widow, notwithstanding related the men of ing the of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Goodman. Mrere given by Jacob the fact that the winds of 40 made special mention dances rst. 40c of Ban eh Q fellow workers ejrgs same schools tnng able o repeat this, the entertaineo vickers Ji"ic on bu. the "nwi' Potatoes Bowers, Mrs. C. A. Jackson, summers and the snows of 52 per. vital jirU, who was formerly The truesfs in the evening at their Apples per. bu. and Mr. Wilson to the amuse- winters had passed over his head. and he explained its with the $1.50 omiwny home. There is always hope for the ment of alb on 5.) pape (Contiiwl bachelors, but oh, you No Pool Tables to Be Granted Licenses. ex-ci- Successful Quarterly Conference. ty I - - 1 L,t - ' ks - - - - - W - - 1 1 I of-Latt- er .... . . - tl rur.vs-'.ajie- I ! i - St.-.u- S:lt. ln-in- ,; r.K-Jso- d Bel-Hsto- er n, heli-mat- Ye-Tim- ea - Ei-ne- c - 1-- 1-- 1-- - spinsters!!