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CIRCULATTHE TIMES-NEW- S ES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AXD K--i A VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : THE IS A BOOH FOR THE AGRICULTURAL AXD MIXING I XT E RESTS F : s : JUAB COUNTV : ! IK NEPHI. JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10TH, 1021 THE TIMES, VOL. J2, NO.41. HUM mi iiiii iimwni m ?sf A m - 1 ' r - I city. The Commercial Club of Nephi was asked by the company to send in this writeup and President Andrews aonointed a committee from the club to furnish the information. This Red Book is circulated throughout the territory served by the company's lines and many people will know of this city and its resources for the first time by this means. "Situated in the heart of tne xer-liJuab vauey is the cuy or Nephi, ttie county seal of Juao county, Ui.au. Settled m 15ol it is aaiong the oldest, of Utah cities. ' Its growth has oeen slow but substantial aud today it is one of the solid financial communities of the state. Located at the junction of two railroads. Tae Denver and Rio Grande and The Union Pacific, it naturally becomes the great distributing point of. Central Utah. It is the gateway to the thriving counties of ISanpete and Sevier. Its location on the Arrowhead Trail makes it the stopping point for tourists to Californit, iiryce Canyon, and Zioii le National Park. The facilities of Nephi for handling this tourist travel are excellent. Hotel accomodations with all modernn conveniences are adequate to take care of this tourist travel. Excellent camp grounds wit a a camp kitchen, electric lights and pure water are provided. During the summer and' fall of 1921 hundreds of tourists have used these camp grounds. Their close proximity ..... ...... 'nvery convenient for ti .. 1 t t ; ... .. 1 travelers .til m The Board of County Commissioners were in session Saturday, there being present Wm. G. Orme, Geo. Francom and John Bunnell. Attorney W. A. C. Bryan representing the Board of Education of Juab School District, met with the and requested that commissioners distribution of transient otock taxes be withheld for the years until it could be ascertained" from the assessor's office the partcular locality in which herds of sheep were assessed, during said years. On motion of Francom the distribution of said taxes were ordered suspended for 30 1919-20-2- 1 days. The Clerk was orderd to pay the Interest accrued on the county road bonds, out of the road bond fund- - of Probation Officer Bylund, Spanish Fork City, Alfred Nangerter, oClin McMurphy, J. F. Averett, and D. H. Roberts were The claims disallowed. Criminal witness certificates in the case of Gerald Lowry, to the number of ten were also disallowed. The balance of the claims against the county, after being duly audited and found correct were ordered paid. ' Afetr transacting some other minor business the meeting adjourned for one month. ' RFFHIVF RIMS MMPIETE a commercial center Nephi is THIRD RANK WORK noted throughout tha atata. Twn nat ional banks with combined resources of nearly one and a half million dollars provide capital fo. all legitimate A splendid party was given Wedenterprises. nesday evening In the Emro Hall by From an industrial standpoint agof the Beehive work The yields the Stake officers riculture, predominates. of dry farm grains from the fam- the occasion bing the awarding of the necklaces to the successful members ous ridge are known completed the 3rd rank throughout Western America. Cattle, who have a sheep, hogs, and poultry are also work, which places them in position to bee become keepers. in raised here large numbers. Fruit A fine program had been arranged raising is also another industry that for the occasion, after which games is assuming large proportions and Newere enjoyed delicious and dancing are as phi apples finding a market refreshments served during the being far east as Chicage and are even comevening. in California the market. Buypeting The following Is a list of the mem ers this fall pronounce Nephi apples bers from each ward In this city who the best in the country both from a the awards. standpoint of size and flavor. Peaches received North Ward Fern Bowles, Ruby ar also produced here and find a Painter, Complete necklaces. 2nd and ready market in the surrounding third sections, Relia Allen, May towns. and Thelma Sidwell. Situated at the mouth of the Nephi Ward Lavern Blackett, South canyon and on the line of the Denver and Rio Grande Railway is the plant Katie Pace, Luclle Wilkey, Florence of the Nephi Plaster and Manufact-in- g Warner, Malda Foote, Carrie Cooper, Comapny, one of the oldest in- LaPreal Goble, Dapblne Broadhead, dustries of the state. Here is a veri- Naomi Broadhead, Delia Nellson, Mar table mountain of gypsum from garet Linton, and Helen Cowan, com which product the famous Nephi plas- plete necklace. Nephi ward Trena Bailey, Rita ter is made, a commodity which is shipped to all parts of the west. This Schofield, Wanda Francom, Anna company employs about thirty men. Stephenson, Velma Barnes, Hannah The plant is equipped with the best SchofUId, complete necklaces, 2nd Winona Miller, niachiney and appliances for turning and 3rd sections. out the best product. Keen cement Priscllla Wilson, Vivian Tranter, bricks are manufactured by this firm. Laura Price, Leila Bean, Evelyn Ball ey, Naomi Bailey, Flora Parkes, Lue- Nephi plaster was used in the con- 11a Winn, and Florence Riches. struction of the buildings at the San Diego and the San Francisco Fairs. Climate, did you say? None better NEWS FROM MILLS In all the land. Clear days and nights predominate during the greater part of the year, with moderate temperatMr. C. A. Miller came down from ures in the winter and cool balmy days In summer with the gentle bree- Salt Lake last week' to spend a few zes from the monarch of the Wasatch days with his family here. Mt. Nebo, gives to the people of Nephi W. C. Orglll has been In Nephi the an Invigorating tonic that brings past week on Jury duty. R. E. Swltzer went to Nephi Mon renewed vitality and makes life worth living. , day to look after some business mat Foremost among Nephi scenic at- ters. R. F. TomlinBon returned to Salt traction probably Is Mt. Nebo, situated In the Uinta National Forest. This Lake Monday after spending the past mountain is 12,000 feet high and is week In Mills hunting ducks. C. E. Swltzer was in Nephi Sat approached by excellent auto roads and a government built trail. At the urday on business. foot of the trail leading to Mt. Nebo Mr. Henry Williams came down to Is the Nephi Park, a large well mainMills Saturday, to hunt geese. He tained area abounding In fine camp was successful In gettirg one. sites. Mountain spring water Is Mrs. James Kelly Sr. entertained a and there Is fine trout fish- few of her friends Sunday at a chick' ing In the nearby creek. From this en roast. Covers were laid for ten park which Is ten miles from Nephi and la reached by an excellent auto Prof Hogensen and Mr. Thorn of road, It Is an cany one day trip to the U. S. Department of Agriculture delivered Interesting lectures to i the top of Mt. Nebo and back. The canyon In which Nephi Park number of farmers Wednesday even Is situated is one noted for its rugged Ing at the Courthouse. The lecture scenic beauty. Camp niton are avail- of Mr. Thorn was Illustrated with able In plenty and the fishing Is good. pictures. Sugar beet culture and crop rotation were the subjects discussed (Continued on page eight) As Nephi-Leva- n Sid-wel- , yjl Ff-- ?. lHr- - C 5 T--V-- i i.i l YEAR 1922 i ; : ' Jury Commissioners Select Names Of Citizens For Coming Year.1 Uf M1 V ) Jf Iht f T:rtlJi nr n y ,il ." T , pre-esn- A. C. .1 " . Jury Commissioners Thomas Bail ey and H.' D. Goldsbrough, appointed by the Court to" select the jurymen . for the year 1922 have .completed, their work, and the list below coin tains the names of citizens who will v i be called upon during 1922 to per." : ." .' i form jury service. Nephi Henry M. Miller, Alton E. Memmott, C. W. Morgan, George Mc- Cune, Seth McPherson,' Oliver T. Nell son, George O. Ostler, W. L. Olpln, Crowds surrounding Continental IihJI, Washington., wnere the sessions of the arms conference are being held. George H. Ostler, Wlllard J. Ockey, Alfred Orme, Joseph W. Ockey, Jos. -. eph R. Price," Jude N. C. Pexton, WilINFORMATION FOR INCOMELEVAH OF OLD FOLKS NEW SYSTEMIWILL liam G. Pay, Edgar Park, Hugh Park T T? Tftrlr (l&rr cr 1 TArlr4nH T.ann. TAX PAYERS ANU PUBLIC Robert ard Pyper, E. F. Russell, Pay, ARE ENTERTAINED J. B. Riches, Mark L. Sowby, e: H." Sparks, Robert C. Stephenson, John ; . There will be several changes In R. Sperry, Gideon Sidwell, Walter - ' effect next year relative to the pay- Will Now Have Modern Plant K. Smith, Chas. E. Stephenson, ReuPopular Young People of Community ment of income Xephi taxes: The Lewis ben William exemp Stanley, Are Married This Week. Mutual Cot of Building New System Shaw,Stanley, tion allowed for a dependen is incre-tio- n Charles R. Tolley, George Tol-le- y, Five Amount Will To Improvement Associations Are Fifty allowed a dependant is increJohn Worwood, John F.. Wright In Thriving Condition Thousand Dollars ased from $200 to $400... Married M. F. Whiting, Alexander 'Wilson, persons living with husband or wife Charles Wilson, J. W. 'Whitmore, will be allowed an exemption of Dennis Wood, S. G. Wilkey, George . The people of this city will say Thursday the old people of Levak $2,500, instead of $2,000 as at t. Clarence Warner, Fred Worthington, were pleasingly entertained at a ward "V' "Hello", tomorrow night through the Warren, James Andrews, Mark L. Big t party held at the amusement hall. Single persons, and married per- medium of the new telphone system Ier, Hyrum Brough, James Bowers, At 12.30 o'clock a delicious lunch- sons not living with husband or wife Manager Clyde expects the change to A. J. Bowers Jr, James Bean,' J, W. eon was served the guests after which are allowed an exemption ot $1,000. be made at this time although there Barnes, J. A. Burton, Bert Jackson,' a well arranged program was renderThe income tax on corporations is yet a vast amount of work to be Robert B. Broadhead, J. R. Black, W. ed. Music was furnished by the Jun for the calendar y&ir 192 A. Bowles, Stephen Boswell, F. M. there done before that date. ior High School Band under the dir after is increased from 10and 'The" entire plant in this city has Beck, John Boswell, Perry C. Hall, L. 12 to ection of Ralph Barnes. A real old per cent. The $2000 exemption al- been rebuilt and tb.4 present system W. Pitt, W. A- - Starr, N. C. Lunt, Hentimes dance was given In the evening. lowed at will stand in force will be thoroughly modern and up ry T, Knowles, J. XV. Ellison, Robert present The event was one of the most suc- with the The old style phone which Winn, J. D. Pexton, John Wilkey, exception that corporations ; cessful yet held. "' ' . whose net income is over $25,000 needed several vigorous twists ot the F. C. Chapman. will 'not be allowed thl3 exemption. arm to attract the attention of cen Levan H. C. Mortensen Sr,"M. W. The Juab Stake M; I. A., officers - The period for filing returns on tral, will now be relegated to the junk Mangelson. S. E. Malmgren, Ira Morvisited the Levan Mutual Associati- ifeV calendar year .basis is from Jan. pile as a relic of past ages, and in Its gan, Nells Mortensen. Fred McClure, ons- SHnday evening a"Sd expressed lsr to March 15th, 1922.' stead the common battery system will George Nielson, Alex Peterson, Andtheir appreciation', for the excellent i; No change Is made itf the tax on take its place, where you simply, lean rew Paulsen,, Charles A. Painter, Alrecord being made by the Mutual admissions, exoept"' Tnat where, ..the against the wall and take down the bert E. Shepherd, N. J. Schow, Victor here: " r "AiajJgsjonla'lO-ents- ' or less, after receiver, and central answers "num Stephenson, S. P. Taylor,, W. J. Wor- - ; : " , tax wW j bef please" wood, C, Chrlstehsen, ' January let, 192' J,1 r. Dan Cupid has again been at work be charged. .' Mills John Robertson, GSorge V The wofk of rebuilding the plant here during the past week, two popThe repeal ot the tax on parcel post commenced last spring "but "has dragWilliam F. Squires. ular couples having fallen victims to packages after Jan. 1st, 1922 will be ged through the summer owing to the ""Monap- - WJJjarn Molynaux, David his whims. good news to the patrons of the post equipment not reaching here for the Newton, Daniel A. Neff, Ephraim Rob Miss Emily Shepherd the charming office department, likewise the re- exchange office. toiltax on of moval ice James W. Vest, Orson H. Kay, the eream, erts, Is A. of Mr. Mrs. E. cost and of Shepdaughter The making the change herd and Floyd Bosh the son ot Mr. et articles, medicines, and many oth- estimated at about $55,000.00 and John Kay, James E. Kay. William Nlsonger, Geo Mammoth and Mrs. Delbert Bosh were married er articles of general use will also this city can now boast of the best e rge J. Miline, J. B. Mitchell, C. W. in the land as far as modern Wednesday afternoon at the home of be welcome news. Miller, Dennis Murphy, Arthur Mc the bride's parents, Bishop J. E. Tayservice Is concerned. Prlc-het- t, lor officiating. An elaborate reception The new office quarters are located Donald, Alez McDonald, Ernest John Poulson, Alfred Parsons, was tendered the young couple at the JURYMEN CHOSEN FOR over the Bailey Furniture Supply CoW. Peck, A.L. home of the bride at which all the mpany's store, and are being fitted Samuel Pratt. Leonard JANUARY TERM OF COURT up in a manner which will be a Rose, Melvin Reding, Hans Rustarnd, Immediate families and relatives were present. George Richards, Fred Samuels, Jerry credit to the city. M. Sullvan, J M Smith, Grant Simons Miss Cora Wilson, daughter of Mr. have Practically all the numbers Silver City Fred Maynard, C. G. and Mrs. George Wilson another of to conform to the new been changed The following named jurymen switch-boarMiller, H. E. Naylor, W. H. Osborne, Levan s young ladies and Arvil Wan-kie- r, has and manager Clyde E. Petts. son of Peter Wankier were mar- were drawn from the box this week placed a rush order with this office John Peterson, William ried Wednesday, the ceremony being to serve at the January term of tie for a temporary directory to meet Lewis Peterson, A. A. Ross, Arthur solemnized at the Mantl Temple. A Fifth Judicial District Court to be the situation until the next regular Rowley, L. B. Smith, Peter Sorenson, Eureka Joseph Morley, Walter A. family reception was tendered the held at Nephi commencing January phone directory is printed. 3rd. 1922. William T. Mathews, A. D. Miller, at home of the young couple the r, A W. Robert A. Nephi E. .Myers, L. Mclntyre, W. Starr, Moore, bride's parents Thursday night. A. J. Bowers Jr, J. W. Barnes, SFKVH'K STAR IJ0GION C. McEwan, J. A. McKellar, Alex H. All have the best wishes of the James Bowers, Oliver T. Nellson, Geo HOLD MKKTIXQ McChrystal, Marcus A. McChrystal, community for their future welfare. O. William McCormlck, J. H. Normnn. Ostler, Clarence Warner, Seth The Service Star Legion members Fred R Nesblt, W. R. Nesblt. Matt John Nellson and S. G. Ord were McPherson, Bert Jackson, James visitors here Sunday afternoon in the Andrews, E. F. Russell, J. R. Black, met In the Commercial Club rooms Newman, Jake Nylund, Edward Olson Henry T. Knowles, J. D. Pexton, J. Monday afternoon. Mrs. E. R. For- O. M. Ostler, Frank Pett, Minor Petcapacity of home missionaries.. W. Whitmore, Dennis Wood, Geo. II. rest president of the Legion presiderson, Frank A. Palmer, H. J. Pitts. ed. After a few remarks from the E. W. Redman, H. N. Royle, R. D. Henry Painter returned home Tues Ostler. Eureka Dennis J. Sullivan, G. M. president, the committee on program Runnells. McCrea Roundy, Frank 1. day after an absence of several Edward Olson, H. N. Royle, for the next three months were Ostler, Russell, Andrew Roseland, W. W. months at Payson. He was accombeing as follows. Mrs. J. W. Scott, L. O. Schofield, Joseph Sch-lecpanied by a friend Mr. Johnson of John E. Worthlln. Jerry M. Sullivan, R. D. Runnells, L. O. Schofield, Otto Paxman, Mrs. J. R. Park, and Mrs. Clarence Salisbury, John Sav Santaquin. M. Swartz, Guy Towers, Chas. E. J. R. Downs. Executive Committee, age, John D. Sanderson, W. F. Shrl- An exciting game of basket ball Zabrtskle, Walter A. Miller, H. C. appointed were Mrs. J. S. Cooper, ver.J. L. Smith, Andrews Soderland, Mrs. WT. P. Ostler, and Mrs. L. V. I. II. Sprlggs, Joseph Staker. John J. was played here Friday evening be- Sylvester, J. B. Sylvester. Mammoth J. B. Mitchell, Geo. Cooper. The Gold Star Committee Sullivan. Dennis J. Sullivan, Philip tween the local team and Santaquin In which the locals were victors by a Richards. appointed are Mrs. J. A. Booth and J. Sullivan, Otto M. Swartz,, J. B. Levan Chas. A. Painter, Nells J. Mrs. B. F. Sweeney. a top heavy score. Sylvester, H. C. Sylvester, George A Schow, Andrew Poulson. The Program was then given. Sylvester, Herbert Taylor, Frank Tay Mona Daniel A. NelT, Orson H. Vocal Solo, Melba Hague, accom- lor, William Thurgood. Bryon ThurM. E. Jennings Is a business visitor Kay, Jas. W. "Vest. panied by Airs. Diane O. Booth and mond. Gorge W. Tinsman, Guy Tow at Salt Lake this week. ' Miss Mercl Goldsbrough. Piano Solo ers, Joseph Treloar, John William Gordon Wood, and the closing num- Vincent, A. H. Wallace. William Wan Considerable sickness Is prevalent OF INTKTtKHT TO CATTLKMKN lecture by Dr. less. J. L. Williams, G. H. Wlgton. In the ward, especially among the AXD SIIKKPMEN ber a very Interesting D. O. Miner on Tuberculosis. John E. Worthlln, John E. Young-stroolder people. Mrs. C. A. Wankier, Charles E. Zabrlskle. and S. C. Jensen both being afflicted. Miss Helen Mangelson the young The Forester has instructed that DKMXQt KXT TAX LIST IX THIS IHHIE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kendall, return daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Incoming funds from all sources be Is suffering from an attack of paid the Federal Reserve Bank In ed home Sunday after visiting In Pro- bronclal pneumonia. A. W. Tund-brldg- e the District concerned and not to the The delinquent tax list for 1921 in vo the past week. la suffering from a prolonged District Fiscal Agent as at present. Juab County will be found In this Mrs. J, S. Cooper returned home seige of rheumatism. Accordingly, effective December 1, issue. The list Is probably the larin Wednesday from Pnyson where she 1921 all checks, drafts, money ord- gest that has ever been published IMSF, IlALl. MKKT1NG CAIJJKI ers, and other remittances shall Be this county, although more money has visited the past week. drawn In favor of the Federal Re- was taken In by the county treasurer Mrs. Gerald Cazlnr, delightfully enThere will be an Important base serve Bank, Salt Lake Branch, but this year than last, the extra number tertained the members of the 8. S. ball meeting held at the Commercial shall be mailed In all cases with a of delinquents being made up to rooms, Tuesday December 20th, at letter of transmittal Form 861, to great extent In smaller amounts than Club at her home Wednesday evening The time was spent In various social 7.30 p. m. . Tha purpose of the meet- the District Fiscal Agent, Forest last year. The getting out of the list was a activities and a dainty luncheon was ing is to organize for the next seas- Service, Ogden, Utah. Mrs. Earl on's work. All fans are invited to big Job for this office but with the served to tho following A marriage license was Issued In help of Ralph Henderson, a linotype Reid, Mrs. Spencer Forrest, Mrs. attend this meeting. Come out everybody and help elect the new Salt Lake Saturday to Hawley W. operator from Salt Lake the work Ralph Brough, Mrs. A. P. Carlstensen offlcers and get ready for another Jenkins, of Nephi and Miss Edith D. was accomplished without any help Mrs. Jack Wright, Miss Alta Jensen, The from other shops. The list will also Mrs. Enos. Jones, Mrs. Jas. Ellison, base ball sfason. Cloeman. of Salt Lake City. BOARD OF DIRECTORS NEPHI young man is the son of Mr. and be published li.the Eureka Reporter Mrs. John Richardson, and the hostess Mrs. Cazler. on the west tide of tne county. BASE BALL ASSOCIATION Mrs. W. W. Jenkins. !fn, fait - ill raiiii' i i 'w,i -- The annual Red Book published by the Denver & Rio Grande Western COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Railway Company, which will be put into circulation early in 1922 will HOLD REGULAR MEETING contain the following write-u- p of this LIST FOR in UP OF NEPHrS RESOURCES Commercial" Club Furnishes Article . For Rio Grande western nauroaa s Annual nea dook HuiutuuiiB And Advantages Of This City Told In Brief Manner. - JURY - : 'inn S THE NEWS, VOL. 6, XO. 18 Armament Conference Attracts Sightseers ...... ........... BOOK WILL HAVE WRITE RED TIMES-NEW- l, e. ' -- ", - " . no-wa- " jj T.'-v-Orglll, tele-phon- d, Py-pe- Man-geiso- n.