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OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. The Juab County Times District. Fifth Judicial Jsoob Colaman, Editor nd Proprietor NEPHI . . . . . . . . UTAH District- - Take good care of what pigs FARM Wheat is below the average, but the crop of automobile accidents la Orat class. Tbe girl with all feet of veil streaming from ber bat certainty does not own an auto Many a man boaBts that be la "self-made- Dal by. Probation officer Road " wben be ought to do bis best to keep it a secret. J. James commissioner A. Dr. County Physicians tbe only strings on the human Dr. J. A. Ilensel. kites are tbe pull of gravity and the Bennett, rules of the aviation meet About EAST C Mem-mot- J. Stal-uake- Tbe new way of proposing Is this: "1 don't like your last name." If the girl agrees to this It Is all settled. COUNTY MUNICIPAL FICERS. T. Aren't well painted buildings a good lgn? t. V 'Phone No. Horses that have a light hay diet are seldom affected with heaves. HENRY ADAMS weeds damage AH ' f the Salt regularly twice a week is better than ones. ' Strong, vigorous pigs when a wee old will care, for themselves, barrlns accidents. Just as soon aa the cream Is should be cooled. Is sep- The potatoes can be greatly proved by selecting the seed. Im- NEPHI CITY. Mayor G. M. Whitmore. Drench the ground around the tea Councllmen James American men should prevent womGarrett. Jr, en from entering business life, saya a Alma Hague, Alonzo Ingram, Enoch roses, but do not spray the bush. Burton. W. G. Orme. doctor. Just let them try Itl Ko not neglect to spray tbe orchard Recorder T. C. Winn. Treasurer J. H. I,atimer. trees and berry bushes this year. A highbrow tells us that there Is poMarshal J. W. McPherson. etry In a bean. Dut tbe chunk of pork Night Watchman J. E. Memmott. The production or alfalfa that goes with it 1 quite prosy. Justice of the Peace Jacob Cole- baa beenaverage four tons of hay per acre. man. Eating corn on the cob may not be Street Supervisor Thomas Bally. Disease lurks In a neglected swill the most dignified pastime In the Quarantine Physician Dr. D. U. barrel. Scrub and scald It every Miner. world, but, by crlminy, It's real sport I Building Inspector Enoch Burton. week. Chief or Fire Department N. A. ar Big liners and tall skyscraper Seed onions should now have proboo outdone, and then they fall back Melson. Superintendent of Waterworks Al- duced plants big enough for bunch and are forgotten In th rank and fred Cowers. onions. HI. Electrlo Light Superintendent Plant T. A. Carver. Bras banda and vaudeville stunts Bloody milk or that from a sick ' LEVAN TOWN. cow should never be mixed with wholehave failed to draw worshiper to some milk. President Board of Trustees A. Chicago church. Why not try r Jackman. BglonT Trustees Adelbert Bosh, L, H. Mor. As chickens the grow, diminish 1& number of meals aa well as the variW see by the papers that a girl In tensen. George Francom, Swen Malmgren. ety of food. Long Branch danced herself to death. Clerk Earl Jackman. She bad probably remarked: "I could Marshal Andrew Poulson. It Is fatal to some plants to fertitost die waltzing!" Health Officer James E. Taylor. lize them with rich manures wben the A man In Cincinnati offer to sell ground Is very dry. himself to the highest bidder, thereby EAST COUNTY 8CHOOL BOARDS. It Is well to have a rongh In the Mona John T. Kay, Ephrlam II placing himself on a level with EuIn which la kept wood ashes, Kay, N. W. Ellertson. ropean nobility. Nebo George Tolley, LeRoy Whit salt and copperas. Speaking onre again of the flight of aker, Wm. Jones. If the spring pigs are doing well Nephl Alma Hague, A. R. Paxman. time. Is there anything that flies more hold them steady until fall and then lowly than the week Immediately Roscoe E. Grover. Levan John A. Morgan, James push them for the market following your vacation? E. Taylor, Adelbert Bosh. Some cows are such persistent milkJuab James A. Kelly, R. C. StephA There's one born every minute. ers that It Is next to Impossible to dry Cleveland girl complains to the police enson, John Williams. them up, even for a short time. that she was persuaded to hand OFFI-CEREA8T COUNTY PRECINCT gypsy fortune teller $151 t requires the work of experienced grower of ginseng to germinate tbe "The forehead." says Ulllan Russell, seed with any degree of success. Mona. should not be too high " Great Scott! Are they going to switch the forehead Justice John fates. A hog needs all Ms time to make shoot like th waist line? Health Officer N. W. Ellertson. and should not be expected to pork Nephl. spend any moments fighting lice. There Is nothing new in tbe report Justice T. H. Burton. the tbe human aura has been discovConstable J. H. Brough. It should be remembered that the Health Officer Dr. D. O. Miner. ered. It has often been used aa a milk cannot be Increased In solids eastern by our classical dancer. Levan. and In fat by the feeding of rich food Justice George W. Kofod. It Is against th law to wear a dead Constable Richard 1 verso u. The Individuality of each horse bird on one's hat In New Jersey, but Juab. d should be studied, and the feeds the milliners may be depended upon Justice R. C. Stephenson. to meet Individual requirements. to concoct something Just aa costly. Constable Orson Worthlngton. l hog-bous- e S. a farm and render it less valuable. Dr, . authorities furnishing bsv You spent will appreciate the difference and high beaded between NEPHI COMMERCIAL CLUB. 1100.000 In class room for their S year-olMeets first and third Tuesdays of trees when you are picking tbe crop. emperor and Imperial textbooks. Poor little every month at the club parlors s in the Lunt building. An average of between one and two Visiting nii'tri-brkid! of nelKhbnrlnK commercial clubs per cent, of all hogs slaughtered In welcomed. flie t'nlted States are Infected with There's tribe In Africa, under Or-ena- n wirdlally W. C. Andrews, president trichina. domination, wfcrre the men eat T. H. Burton, Financial Secretary. their wires This Is a title mare T. W. Vlckers, corresponding secreIn order lo produce dcslrab'e flavor than ordinary divorce, but tary. it Is very essential that the milk and It saves alimony. Modern Woodmen of America No cream be handled under sanitary conditions. Nevertheless, w refuse to believe 10.700, meets every FntMrday evenin that the man who went over N'lsgars it Woodman hall. Visiting Woodmen "ree ranee for bops does not mean FJls In a barrel could drop l.ouo feet welcomed that ftiry should be allowed to run In GEORGE SMA1X. Consul. from an aeroplane an 4 egrape death, the highways and through the neighJ. II. LATIMKIl, Clerk even If te used bis barret bors" fences A writer In a Chicago I. O. O. V. No. 1C nueta everv Kit newspaper Calihaee and cauliflower will grow ays that no real life lovemaklnc Is iirday evening In I O. O. K. hi. I. VisTie lis thst Mrh ir novelists describe iting brothers cord aily lnvltd to at- better If frequently cultivated. the bates about the cauliflower beads It may be. however that the novelists tend. WALTER UOIirUTSMAW. N. C. to keep them white. dea-r1It aa It should be JA3. II JACKSON, Secy. Each row's odder should be thorA New Ynrte woman fbloks she la oughly clennaed before milking and Latter-daSaints' Meetings. bV n'r 'o tnire the MTinl the I,?. mis of the milker should be abIfrrfirMr KlUrlno It'rU she Sunday School. 10 a. m. Klral ward solutely clean and dry. find will before ions ibst she has it Tahernacle; Second ward at meetanother side to It. ing boue. merely At no time is tbe development of M. I. A. Sunday, C:30 p. tn. First ward at tabernacle; Second ward at the t'Z easily Influenced aa while A shoe merchant tells us that wom15 on the sow's milk they are en s feet ai!d brains are becotntne; meet in Jloue, First ward t Relief hall. the first month of life. 'X-- T fc MfWv he Is misled tjy the I Primary ward at p. m. Tuesday. Second fa-- t that women have rievelored tneetlna: house, 4 p. m. Tueadiy. Is tin trouble loit working north brains o buv shoes that fit Irica1h''d nietlnB Monday. 7:3r theThere brood mare on the farm. If she la p. m., at the respective ward tneeting the ricl t kind of a mare and Is bunIn ine mr sir.alt.st the fly the mni &011SS. dled f by the rigl.t sort of man. Rell'-First second o ward, esrnt-Hockty Hut unnoticed fluito hopes each of rnon'h and fourth In Thwadays lie etTminn(Un of the at 2 lurrcM p m. Second ward. firt and Itcj retufre ;'er,tion, recard!e. lil sMrmits'e the fit'i oti a!na month at 2 of rend it ion. e r rp. but the t ao the J:stiirtni of oir alum third Thursdays of the m at the respective meeting of tie brood (sor ! the s0r-es- t bers ned ft"' hum tbe louder In anil p. hotise. test of tbe breedfr's skill. ciliated efp Kei.gion classes First ward. 3 p. m F1ld.1v second at Re;tef nvpry l,ii; and stockThere are manv A icf'tlrrB'e oi.flM !ifa at 'tr.j' ward. 3 p. m , every Friday at met-Inmen who find quark grass. Canada house. been found for the utirnhis varaiifn thistles, dodder and similar weed enerer nt f!e wruU wv Me ta fly Preabyttrisn Church. pests established on their premises aeattlne and the romrni!n,y atut the Funday School at 10 '20 u m., and who cannot account for their preshome circle are 1ntit!y rejoiced preaching at 8 p. in. Ilev. C. K. Davis, ence they come from th Pasior. seedsman. A French Her;tlst ha FTicreeded In from frocV e?zn bf hatching lad;riJ Although Hme applied aa a np dresa- d adrfnfafer1rf e'cfric ahr-ron grass land la often beneficial, , Irg flifle to bworne exclied. If re h( It proves most effective In correcting Sehecribe SijrcredeI in eftjpg tadfo'ea Out 01 most of the faults of soils needing IT NOW r THIS rtsrjfbeTy reeds there m'fcM be sorr. liming If It ran be applied to the or for reet.nn APER provided sjrprfe plowed airfare and thorourjlv mixed were fntjfestej In It development of With O e SO'I tadpoles. pro-ridin- g e Office Rooms Noa. 2 and Building. Phone No. 136-2- . It Runs of confined fowis quickiy be come foul this warm weather. Plow them up often. Plans and Specifications for all kinds aid depf-ndin- e oTI-e- f g rrejt D I DO -- Architect He Builds Wisely Who The pig crop ts governed by numerous influences that tend to Increase or decrease supply. Rven circulation of air Is the ons USE Nephi Plaster Par First Class Work s iperlaltr ol Klectrtc Scalp Has No Equal and Fare MA8SAUE Bath snd Bhne Khlnius Ktsnd in Conucctlon. Batoheler Bros., Props. 2 donra tnuth P. O. It Is Just as necessary for little pigs to have fresh dirt to root In as to have nourishing feed. 1 The Largest and. Purest natural deposit of Gypsum in the World. City Barber Shop TRXATMENT AND COURTEOUS Three Doors North of Post Ofllce A. NIELSON, PROPIUXTOB The first tomatoes to ripen that ar oval and smooth, and the seed from them should be saveTaJso. Nephi Plaster & Mfg. Co, o riasT class Cowpeas sown In standing corn at tbe last cultivation will furnish -- a large amount of pasturage. Dr. J. G. IRONS Livery and Feed Stable Bus Meets All Trains. Good Livery Rigs, Dray and Express Wagons. Agents for Coal. Phone Us. No. . Unless the birds are on grass, supply them with green food dally, therefore cut grass Is excellent. WELL TO BUILD r.lODERtlB ARE E It SHOP We make Important factor necessary tor the proper curing of corn. Weir Builds of Huildinjr . Itiid'nces a Specialty OFFICE AT RESIDENCE 1 VETERINARIAN 44-2- Hens that are frightened every time an attendant goes among them cannot do well In producing eggs. NEPHI UTAH H D. COLP9BROVCH. Proprietor Humus Is the organic matter In the soil, and la formed by the decay of animal and vegetable matter. Graduate Veterinary College University of Pennsylvania HOTEL FORREST Headquarters for Traveling Men. New elegantly appointed I room addl Uon. steam heat, hatha, etc. Oae block south sad one east of court Diseases of domestic animals house. Phone 22. All breeds of hoes look good when taken care of. all of theta :i4 yw: good money If rightly handled. The man who can raise hogs profitably without pasture can Increase hrs I roflts many fold by using pasture. treated County Mill and Elevator Company Juab MANUFACTURERS OF The usefulness of a horse depend largely upon his good health and ability to perform what Is required of bira Flour and Mill Produce The majority of silos being built have a continuous door, w hich makes It very convenient for emptying the silo. Everything New and up to data Cold Coin Flour and Fresh Ground Graham Our Leaders Warm milk should never be poured Into cold milk, uor should the night's milk be mixed with the morning's milk. Sixth Annual International Dry Farming Congress 1911 at Colorado Springs, Colo., October 16-2- a good slrti'that tbe sheep are Increasing rapidly and are, therefore, improving all of the pure-bte- d 1, fiorks, Th" draft rorre should show a 'g orous. lively, energetic disrTsltlon. docile, tractable, and intelliyet gent. I Low Hound Trip Hates e VIA Raise the tyre of colt that sells best In your rontaunlfy. Helect ths sire and dam that will bring this tyre of colt. DENVER & RIO GRAsiDE h y J.'S. OSTLER, President L. S. HILL. Vies Pkekidest E. R. BOOTH, Carries Winn S, Enoch Burton I the rate of 4 per cent per annum Dentist Ann for early maturity, and keep bogs growing by Intelligent feeding and good care. It Time Deposits at A. BOOTH sup-pile- Chines Interest paid on prompt attention. Office second floor of Ooldsbrougtt Block. Local manure should be applied only when the ground Is moist enough absorb IBANK at Court Flouse Ofllce Practice in all the Courts. All legal matters given careful and The dairyman cannot afford to keep a cow at the expense of tbe rest of the herd. to 5. Lawyer ape per a nee of NEPHI NATIONAL Attorney at Law . County Attorney Setting away in a large van Is a very poor way to cool cream. It Is unwise and wasteful to stuff a horse with bar. Of. arated at Law Attorney Boyd Park Building. Salt Lake Cily. Utah FOOTE L. over-bearin- E. W. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE' One way to Improve land rapidly is to pasture hogs upon It Don't forget tbe road drag. Associated with McGURRIN & RYDALCH 'PHONE NO. 34 , Get a hand aeparator. WINN BUILDING Physician and Surgeon t Superintendent County Infirmary B. Vlckers. D, O. Miner, M. D. Trim any apple or plum trees that are It pays. Recorder Win, Burton. Treasurer A. R. Paxman. Assessor Earl Jackman. Surveyor Arthur A. Miller. Attorney T. U Koote. Sheriff Gua J. Henrlod. Superintendent of schools Ivan Women's bats are to be mallei', thua giving the batplna a freer rang for action. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE If short of fall feed, sow raps ot The use of silage does not breed tuberculosis. T. W. Vlckers. Licensed Abstracter, Farm Loans, Notary Public . Insurance and Real Estate TELEPHONE 5L have. Collar bolls are caused by collars. commissioners Oeorg County Jones. Oeorge C. Whitmore, John S. Nellsen. Clerk Physician and Surgeon yon turnips. County. T. H, BURTON W. W. Bennett, M. D, Charcoal Is excellent for pigs. MEeVDOWBROOK Judge, Joshua Greenwood. Attorney B. H. Ryan. Stenographer W. U Cook. State Benntor J. A. Hyde. aa Haiti aspires to cbange president D. State representative James on en aa France changes minister. Stack. Forest Supervisor, Nephl Foresl Tbese atvalon doings are going to Reserve D. S. Pack. shouldered trouble the round U. S. Expert In Charge Experlmen4 squad. Station P. V. Cardon. State Foreman Experiment Statloi Can a successful and decorous aviation meet be properly called a high old Stephen iioswell. time? The silo la not an experiment NOTES The pi Is merely a treat producing machine and the trore be Is fed with good I'idsnient. of course the mor meat te will Inrn f.tr Scenic Line of ht World" To COLORADO SPRINGS, DENVER AND PUEOLO For tbe farmer who wants to go of breeding fgr litrt the re miuh bf.er than profit, mules horses, snd a i:ifcr proposition. $22.50 from Salt Lake, Ogclcn, L'hi, American Fork, Provo, Springvi!!, TTmtle, Castle G?e, I lprt. Puce and Grerit River. l"w m m 1 trip r;- - from o'her L'lah jwi'tl. f 1". II. 14, V. l''l I. Final ninrn limit t tolwr (.Wrrp'mrmikl rheck rein Is rrne'y. For the lorse tb.et ccaskns trn'ib'e by rear Mrs: down after gras or corn, try a muz. but leave bis bead free. A RAILROAD unrer-essar- Ti ' r n nnst Fcr er'y it ts ttur;ht tVat the corn fb.n'id Is qn'ie pre- n when used It I now r(!e.1 for sUaite tr.at the best si'aee Is made from corn which is well along toward maturity: I Sill l,a -- . - . . i!r. i !? n rori; infm;nn f A. I Y'r fuiiVr I. A. I5K I . J si;.!y . , 1 FUA.NK A. from IMw tt VA I iAi,. fif U; ",n. ;raU LKr ill. (Jen. s. "That Famwx ScfJu Dry Wheat Keep the wlnd'all In the phiro and sppl orchards ticked up Tbey often harbof Insects Pips lurced In among the trees will rid the ground of windIf tbey are fed occasionally, falls there Is little daneer of their Injuring the trees. .11. !. Af-nt- . Act., Vnurm Nephi Mill & Mfg. Co. Manufccturers of It Is a rolstakt to thick that ons may cease reading his dairy paper siirply tecause It Is warm weatbef I and the work on the farm occupies ' all the time. Find some nrportonity to keep up with the line of thought I suggested by tbe best autborltla 1 Belle of the West, Perfection and Blue Ribbon Utah Leading Brands of Flour Vrfiotaa'e and retail ckaVrs in all kinds Rolled and Choryied Fred. : : of : : Grain and Milltua Nrpl.i, Utah.