the hmes-nevv- nephi, trrah. s, jniiiwraiiiiiiiipmiuiiiiiiiiiH SHE NEVER KILL THE MICE I g j j ONLY 25C A PACKAGE. 1 I LUNT PHARMACY CO. ! Fone Four Three Are You SO IT "MAY BE YOUK EYES" SEE Om EXPEUT SPECIALIST AT LEVAN MORTEXSEN'S HOTEL, MONDAY, NOV. I3TH, FKOM 9.30 to 1 P. M. NETHI FORR.EST HOTEL, SUNDAY 1 TO 8 P. M. MONDAY iiiiiiiiiniinniiiiiiiiiiiimiiiniraiKraiiffl THIS IN NEPHI In Similar Cases Being Published Each Issue troubled with headache's nervousness, stomach? IF LIKE 1 TO 7 P. M. ALEXANDER OPTICAL CO THOUT IT ! I Miss Jane McPherson, returned to American Fork Sunday after spend"It is almost unbelievable, ing the week end in this city. Tanlac has built me up twenty-si- xbut Two very important items for consideration pounds in less than a month's time," I 1 Donald Broadhead, went to at this time. fcaid Mrs. Ada L. 1242 Garrison, emwhere will West be he yesterday Our of 1 stocks, Elliotts, Haynes and Veloras, for Men and Manchester Ave, Los Angeles, Calif I ployed for a short time. "But this was only a small part of 1 Boys, Ladies Misses and Children now complete in all sizes -!. Vermeil Beck, left yesterday 3 for the good I received and great range of styles. m Good warm and comfortable Salt Lake City, where he wil be em- years I suffered from my back and I 1 ttuuusi uecnme a nervous wreck from 1 ployed for some tim. that undergarments give eonrfOrr'allctr satisfaction "toHtfr?' loss of sleep due to the pain that wearer at very moderate prices. The South Ward M. I. A. held a plagued me day and night. I used I y.a successful membership social and to take a hot Water hnftlo me (lancing party in the Emro- last even vu every night' to get relief enough mup uu io Sleep, ing. "Since Tanlac. I eat elpn Mrs. Adra Bigler and daughter end feel taking better than I left yesterday morning for Los Ang- aud I haven't had a have In yearstouch of headeles, where she will join her husband acne ror weeks. I never expect to and reside there this winter, be without Tanlac ad intend to take a dose occasionally ust to keep In the Mrs. Wm. Foster and sons, Guy and splendid health I have now." Truman, returned home this mornTanlac is sold by all druggists. ing from Las Vegas. Nevada, where they have visited the past two weeks. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION County Attorney T. H. Burton, left yesterday for Salt Lake City where he will appear as counsel In the case An election will be held in Juab of Fairbanks Morse Co, vs the Juab School District, Juab County. Utah. County Farmers Association. on Wednesday, December 6th, 1922, ! Miss JMercl Goldsbrough, writes the tor the purpose of electing three mem Times-New- s this week that she Is en- bers to the Board of Education of joying her work very much ill Boston Juab School District, for the term of pnd wishes to be remembered to her lour years each. The election will bo held in the following district friends in this city. District number 3 Nephi, comprisMiss Iris Brough of Nephi has ing that part of toe city known as the the same district been pledged to the Lambda Phi Sor- South wardf-- or We have handled this line of Hosiery so long In Nephi ority of the University of Utah. This which is known in the county electis one of the six sororities on the ion as District 1. District number 1. that most mothers are familiar with the fit, style and ttah campus and the invitation comes Mona District. Moua, aud all of the wearing qualities of Armor Plate Stockings. as a distinct honor to Miss Brough. territory north to the' county line. and southto where this district joins The new fall numbers are ever better than ever and at were school precinct number 2. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fitsell, the No. 5. lowest S. Mrs. District Levau and of Mr. District. This guests Monday price In years. G. Ord. They were on their way to uistrict includes the towns of Levan, Let us show you at the Los Angeles, where they will make Juab, and Mills, and all outlying their future home. Mrs. Fitsell, is ranches, where citizens are entitled to vote at county elections at Levan t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ord. cr MilU. Polling places have been designa ted as follows: Nephi District number 3. The Forrest building on Main Street. Levan District, Levan Courthouse, t nd the Mills School House. ''WHERE GOOD MERCHANDISE IS CHEAPER" A Want Ad Will Sell The Mona District. The Courthouse. The manner of nominating candiThings You Do Not Need m dates is prescribed by law as follows: You Need the Money "It shall be necessary for each candidate, or at least five citizens in be-hMr. and Mrs. J. W. Paxman, spent Mr. and Mrs. Enos L. Jones, receof the candidate, to file with I am prepared to do your electWednesday in Leamington visiting ived a visit from the stork Monday, rical work. 1 have a full line of all the Clerk of the Board of Education with friends. leaving a fine baby boy at their home electrical supplies C. J. Pyper, not less than fifteen days next prece of a the election, ding day signed Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mrs. Gertrude Thompson, of Moab, are phone 152-- J. statement announcing that he or she spending the week in Salt Booth, Lake City. Utah is the guest of Mrs. Wm. MorThree rooms for rent until next if a candidate, and said clerk shall gan this week. Immediately thereeafter furnish a list Miss Ethel Gadd, returned to spring. See Mrs. Laura Ingram. of said candidates to any citizen who Eureka Saturday, after visiting with G. R. Judd, went to Provo Men's shoes half soled, sewed or may call upon him for same." relatives here for a week. on a business trip. Under the provisions of this law, railed. Price 11.25 J. A. Christensen nominations for the three districts FOR.SALE the home and farm of given In this notice, will close at midthe late Edward Shaw. See E. It. night Monday, November 2t0h, 1922. Published by order of the Board of or Will L. Hoyt. Eduaction of Juab School District. DENNIS WOOD. CLERK FOR SALE Prince apples for Nephi, Utah. also Delicious Gano3 and cooking, First publication November 10th, '22 See N. C. Lund. Last publication Nov. 17th. 1922. Pure bred Duroc Jersey Boar kept for service J. F. Neely. PRICE-STYLE-P- LUS . g I JURY UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY I EXPECTS TO BE jiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUHiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Mrs. Kus Hawkins visited for a few days this week in Salt Lake City. Mice are numerous this year, Right now is the time to kill Come in and get a them. package of Poison Wheat that is sure to get them. iiiiiiiiini!ii!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiri!iiiiiiiii!i!ii!!iiiiiiii!iiii:iiii!iiiin!ii!iiii:ii:iiii NEWS ITEMS I . PLATE mi "v HOSIERY t.. The following case is but one of many occuring daily in Nephi. It is an easy matter to verify it. You cannot ask for better proof. A. Haycock, retired farmer, 263 1C. Third South St, Nephi says: "My back ached and pained and there was a dull ache over my kidneys constantly. Sharp, shooting pains caught me in the small of my back and my kidneys were weak and acted too freely. The disordered condition of my Kidneys was a burden. I used Loan's Kidney Pills and the first box fixed me up fine. The pains left my back and my kidneys soon became normal. Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simly ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-,MiIbur- n Mr. Haycock had. Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Nephi Mer. Co. CLASSIFIED ADS elf I ANNOUNCE f THAT I SHALL 'i it-- fal-a- NO MATTER WHAT DISCONTINUE all of my country stores in order to devote my entire time with my increasing Salt Lake THE Get you share of Brauning's Chili 15c per dish. Lunt Pharmacy Co. IS LOST A leather Brief Case, containing shaving outfit and wearing apparel, on first South Street between main and 3rd east street. Finder return to S. G. Paxman and receive u reward. II YOU ARE LOOKING FO WHEKU Mf ATS E AIW'.V. (TRADE WHtNt T,:t s, t". LOST Red bald faced calf about 3 mouths old: finder notifv Hovt Bros. Phone 170J. For Sale Banana and Squash, also pop McCune or Phone 69. NOTICE I THK Hubbard corn. See James Now On. having Scoop Shovels belonging td the Bon-ville Lumber Co. are requested to leturn same at once as 'they need them. R. Q.'Dorius, Manager Goo. W. On th very eve starting tHe aual Red Cross Roll Call, No. It. comes this picture from Smyrna showiag one of (Hoinands of timy tots who lost father, mother and home at the haada of the Tnfc-Re.Cross wm cthr hi the Near EM ReMef work of rescw,'- Don'l yum want to help? f , - - " Whfn yon buy.a STYLKPLUS suit or overcoat thore's but one thing you hav to decide. That's how much you want to pay. Whatever your decision may he you'll get your money's worth, because the WRITTEN GUARANTEE In th pocket assures you the wear and service must bo satisfactory to you. You owe It to yourself to get acquainted with the big values and the really reasonable prices on CITY MEAT MLlItKKT Garrett, proprietor v.; ( jiofic - STYLEPLUS CLOTHES from $22.50 to $40.00. They carry the maker's guarantee, coupled with our own. Overcoats and suits priced d ?4 r,Tu' HOt'SEKEHPEK Another Tiny Reason for Red Cross. SAL L. Frank, Proprieter. 5HT T.JM - has made this her meat shopShe has ping headquarters. learned that upon every occasion she has been served with the best ments the market affords and waited upon In an accommodating manner. It Is up-o- u such a ba.-i- s that we solicit your business. ; FOR SALE The Hawkins property on Main Street, next door to the Lunt Pharmacy Co. for particulars see C. H. Garrett. L. F R A N ICS 'r . persons Any WISH A T.ill Comfl In . let's try It on today. The To ggery -- 4- i !