|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
I LOCAL This Cooler Weather NOTES I ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS i Seems to remind us that it is about time for warmer Money to loa- n- T. H. Burton butter for tale J. W Good In which to fit up the children for School Barnes. Underwear and More Blankets. J. S. Oster went to Salt Lake Monday on business. Wm. G. Talmage returned from Salt Lake Monday morn t We with to innounoi that we have Just racalvada Una of tha wall known Wlntar Comfort Undarwaar thla Una naada no reoommendatlon to thoaa that have onca uaad It, to othara wa say a trial will oonvlnca you of tha auparlor marita of tha garments. Wa alao hava a oomplata Una of eotton blankets and Provo Woolan Mill Blankata. Saa tham, our prlcaa ara always right. . ins:. coin-plo- A baby boy was born to t h wife of James E. Carter Sept. 10 Mother and babe doing nicely. Miss Esther Andrews of Salt Lake is in Nephi this week visit friends. L.uni ana ceiiiston are paying ing: ONE PRICE TO ALL. NEVER UNDERSOLD. top prices for all kinds of b e e cattle. Mr. Crook ston came down Sunday to commence work teach ing in the Nephi High school Pure Turkey Red and Kofed Wheat, also Rye for seed.-- J. W Paxman. Miss iiaydee Patten went to Provo Sunday to visit a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wright went to Provo Sunday to spend a week visiting. Miss Cleo Lunt returned home from Salt Lake Sunday, where she has been a month. Will sell for $15 a good single buggy. Mountain States Tel Chas. Foote & Sons. Our Dress few days. Making: Parlors will open in a When Going To buy a Range DON'T OVERLOOK OUR Mallead Steel Range Co. With the all polish top. It is the most durable range on the markjet, with a guarantee or your money back HrawKins & OGKey. Tinners & Plumbers Phone No. Nephi, Utah. 1. !j School Starts Next Monday rrj COME TO fUS FOR YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES. FENS, INK, PENCILS, ERASERS. ETC. sutnASNOTEBOOKS. J !LLJjLAJ;j: A CO M P l. KT K LINE WATCH THIS SPACE NEXT WEEK WC ARE GOING TO TELA YOU ABOUT OUR NEW m f1 EX fcj NEPHI DRUG CO. 27 Font 27 Carl moit beautiful array of liuita and Coala f Ladles and Mlesese await your Jnap.ctton. Wa can truthfully ay that never bafora hava wa had 4.oh nice assortment of Ct.ate at ueh low prlcaa aa wa hava ttilo season. Wa cartalnly want ovary? Lady and Mi an to call In and try th-and find out tha price wa ( selling for. Wa will risk tha raat. tention to cur uuinLvrs to $10.00. Also your special attention is called to our Suits at $12.50 to 15.00. suryrle and a big showing for every body A big M La thatbi;ys, Suits and Coals from us this reason. Excelsior Mer. "The Quality Store. ji i CO, W fiare Good Merchandise U Cheaper. The ladies of N e b o Rebecca Lodge will give a dancing party atPay'nhall Friday Sept. 20th. Misi Edna Bigler is home a- gain after several months spent in Salt Lake. James Belliston was a passen- . P. V. Cardon went to Provo Wednesday on business. Highest price paid for fat cattle. S. A. Lunt. A. V. Hague went to Salt Lake Wednesday on business. John Painter went Provo Wednesday. Attorney Henry Adams was Levan Wednesday evening organizing a Progressive party. For rent one nicely furnished room, close in apply at Times . 3 ger on the norm Douna train Tuesday afternoon. Prof. C. J. Hawkins went to Salt Lake Tuesday after visiting a few days in Nephi. Miss Marie Christenfen for merly of the High School faculty, office. visited Nephi friends the early My price for cleaning and part of the week. pressing suits is $1.50. Positively Loyal Adams of Riverton, son no credit. Geo. W. of J. W. Adams is visiting his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Hen . a. ry Adams. Miss Tola Wright was a pass- anger on the north bound train Wednesday. Miss Wright will spend a week or ten days in Salt Lake. Mrs. Geo. Kendall came home this week from Canada where she has been making an extend ed visit with her daughter, Mrs. Winder. Herman Vickers and Miss Rhoda Vickers returned Satur day from a short visit to Agricultural College ens Sept. 24th. Op- - Take m paap at our window end tea aoma of tha man thing 25o will buy. Thar ara hair bruahes, nail bruahaa' ahlnola outfit, tooth wash and pasta, cold tablets, combs, tooth brushes, and time books' We call special attention to the large oan of talcum powder, five times more than the regular size contain. It Is an excellent powder. There are hundreds of things to be had here at a small cost. If you don't see what you want ask for it. HI'S WW Work is resumed at the Utah Always at your Sarvloe. Agricultural College at Logan on September 24. Courses are Home given in Agriculture, Economics, Agricultural Ergin-eerinMechanic Commerce, Arts and General Science. The Announcement courses are broad and liberal in this great college of, for and by Lawrence A. Miner.an attorney of Eureka, a candidate for the the people. c Lower House. Ladies' Republican Club I hereby announce myself a To Meet. candidate on the Republican The ladies of the Republican Ticket for Uw Lower House in c!ub are requested to meet in the the next legislature. Goldsbrough building on main LAWRENCE A. MINER. street, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Those who are not yet and Prunes for sale. members that would like to join M.Grapes A. Gadd. Phone 23 pink. the club are invited. Howard and Andrews pay good Mrs- H. D. Goldsbrcugh, pri ces for all kinds of beef cattle President g. - a. Aimi ii We call your special at- In Coals priced from $4..50 m cling-stone-peach- A NEPHI MERCANTILE Kellerstrass. a LADIES' & MISSES, COATS & SUITS Come and see Miss Mattie Cazier returned Highest price paid for beel Sunday from a month's visit and all kinds of cattle by Geo. with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Howard. Phone 104 K. P. Blackett of Eureka. O. Box 141. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Bailey Sr. Mrs. Lynne Sowby came down returned home Tuesday from from Provo Sunday evening to Sanpete where they have been visit her parents Bishop and visiting for a week or so. Mrs. W. II. P e 1 1 e g r e w and 0 oi rvepni ior a week or irienas ten days. Plenty of pickling onions, cu cumbers and peppers now ready. Any and all kinds of free stone peaches large white and tomatoes 50 cents a bushel at Fred Sorensen's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stewart returned to Nephi Monday. Mr. Stewart is in tip-to- p shape to commence nis school work this season. His summer vacation has ben spent in his home town in Sanpete county. Miss Helen Grace went to Mo-na Monday afternoon to finish up her muiic work lor the sum mer at that place. Some of the Mona students will come to Ne phi once a w e e k and continue their study with Miss Grace. Miss Grace Kellerstrass c Kansas City, Missouri, slopped "(T on her way home after visit- I r Yellow stone Park. Canada. and some of the western states. to spend a few days with her brother, Karl Kellerstrass. Mrs. Edward Kendall entertained a number of her friends in honor of Miss Grace Kellerstrass, Walter Eigle. and Mr3. J Gosswell, Monday evening. After an elaborate dinner the time was spent in music and social chat. m Fori Miss Clara Hughes of Salt Lake is here this week visiting her aunt Mrs. Enoch Burton. Miss Teckla Chnstensen of Levari is in Nephi this week vis iting Mrs. Jennie Hobbs. For Kent two rooms neatly furnished for light housekeep ing. Inquire of M. M. King. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edgheil and daughter went to Salt Lake Tuesday morning for an outing. Judge Greenwood went to St George Monday to open the September term of court at that place Wednesday Sept. 11th. Misses Alinda and Cleo Haw. kins, Mrs. and Flossie W. Carter went to Yellowst ne Park, Sun day, for a tf n days outing. Mrs. L. Gosswell and Walter Eigleof Salt Lake have been visiting a few days with Mrs and right now is the best time to look up the needs of the little folks, boys or girls, and come in and see how we can assist you in fitting them out Perhaps the girls need new school dresses? We have some splendid values at $1.00, $1.25, and up to $2.00, or new stockings and shoes? Say! but we can fix them up right in these lines and save you some money too. Then perhaps the boys will need a new school suit? Let us show you our new line of BEST EVER and BOY PROOF clothes at $2.50, and up to $6.00, that will surprise We will have some special bargains in these lines you. for Saturday and something new for every day next week. K This week we have rece:72 1 a great "many New Things in the line of WINTER TOGS Don't let anything detain you from looking over our new line of "SOPHOMORE CLOTHES" The styles are the very neatest, the qualities are of couse, up to the usual high standard maintained at this store and you will find our price the lowest. M&i THE TOGGERY" If You Want Clothing Go To a Dry Goods Store. If You Want Drugs Go To a Drug Store. And If You Want GROCERIES Go TO The ENTERPRISE GROCERY CO.