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|Paper||Juab County Times|
r 3 TtTAn COUNTY TIMES. NKPTIT. TTTAlt The Good Citizens ogue s pro- - First-Rememb- Decal- Sue- - cess. thy garbage er Entire Al. I. A. Day Continued from pan JUST ARRIVED A Large, Stock of FRESH. PAINT; 1 many can to keep it covered lest thy the contest in the Junior girls' that of garbage become a stench in the chorus, and the first prize was school nostrils of the people and breed awarded the second ward. The In pract- - flies. Levan ward was the only ones ohnnl nrA Second Thou s h a 1 1 cut the who appeared in the outorical And all kinds of ?aint Brushes, $s from one weeds in e s lot t vacant be used this SpriJC for painting it to was Marcontest, , thy awarded prize rJ tneir grade become a hiding place for old tin low Christensen. The first ward houses, also Oi and Varnish- -yourJap-a-Lathis is a very cans, which catch and mixed quartette won first prize Chi Namel, AlabasJ ion. The causes breed mosquitoes; papers and di- in the chorus work. None of ths tine. The sanitary coating other wards entered in the last ated as follows: vers sort of trash. We do plumbing. Tannine and all out to work be- - Third Thou shalt bear witness named. kinds of Repair WorkOscar Kirkham of Salt Lake, A he school year; against thy neighbor's rubbish EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE. se3, physical dis- - heap, likewise his dirty back Mrs. G. M. Whitmore of Nephi, and Miss Gladys Stewart, en often get tbe yard. high jat they are not go-- Fourth Thou shalt clean out school teacher at Levan acted as omoted and remain the habitation of thy horses and adjudicators in the musical conaccount, some because thy cow frequently lest the stable tests. Mr. Kirkham, Ray Stewerence and without any fly flourisheth and spread infan art and Miss Ashdown V tile paralysis and the housefly were the judges in story telling s-- mate reason. Often it is necessary for father breed by the thousands and mil and outorical contest work. The afternoon sports at the keep his boy out to assist with lions and annoy thee and thy the farm work nnrl thn mnthpr beast and produce much sickness public square conrmenced at 2 o'clock, where the following ev feels that 6he must have tbe help in thy family. -- Thou shall of her daughter. Fifth prevent the ents were successfully staged & EVERYBODY SAY THE "RAWLEIGH" in the spring- the winning contestants, One At this important time in the breeding of the fly hundred yard dash, first place, GOODS ARE THE BEST. SAVElYOUR childs life how much better it time that thy children unto the Paul McCune. Arthur P. ORDERS FOR second, need would be and less expensive to third and fourth generation Jackman, third, Eugene him later. employ some one in order that not swatber "THE RAWLEIGH T NT thy back the boy or girl could make the Two hundred first yard dash, to and keep them alley grade, and not become a repeat- yard Paul McCune. er the next year, and mingle with clean. Six da s shalt thou labor place, Pole vault, Gowers brothers tied and boys and girls not of his aee and to keep thy premises clean, for first place, third place And not the tasks if accomplished yet social jrroup. These two factors rew Latimer. con worse do than thou couldst have a great influence on the Four hundred yard run, first child. Many times he becomes tinue on the seventh. Paul McCune, second, Henplace al covet Thou sbalt Seventh discouraged, loses interest and ry Hendrickson, third Ralph falls prey to the Juvenile court, the air and sunshine thou canst Barnes. and finally leaves school with no obtain. Eighth Look not upon the Fifty yard dash, second Alvah regrets till he becomes old enough milk when it coaieth from the Belliston, third Earl Belliston. to realize what he has done. The unclean dairy, for the doctor wil High jump, juniors, first place 7 only thing that can be said about Ole Boswell, second, Alva Bellis. 2 2 absence on account of sickness not hold thee guiltless if thy in ton, third. Paul Booth. die and sickenth therefrom fant Would call to his attention or physical conditions, is that it Ninth Remember thy clean High jump, Seniors, first place 4 stock of flowering and foliagesplendid is unfortunate. plants. Joseph Paystrup, second, Floyd and keep it wholly. A Too many discontinue early ing up day third. Belliston. Jennings, Ralph dost hearken thou Tenth If Also bedding plants of all descriptions Broad jump. Seniors, first place. merely because they have no par- unto these sayings to do them ticular interest in school, yet it Joseph Paystrup, second Ralph thou shale live long in the land Give your orders for Tomato and cabis the wish of parents that they Barnes, third Ralph Belliston. bage plants. attend. fully reviewed and organized Shot put, first place A. D. ElliThe last month is probably the What to many hs appeared as a son, second. Clyde Gowers third NURSERY STOCK OF ALL. KINDS most important one of the year raaltitude of unrelated fact3 now Harry Beagley. AT LOWEST PRICES The relay race was won by because the year's work is care show a relationship. Levan. The ba?e ball games played in LARGEST GROWER OF DAHLIAS IN the afternoon took place at in STATE. tervals during the track and field GoldBSedal, 2 Silver Caps. Numerous The first five innings sports. First Utah State Prizes, Fairs. 5 game was played between Nephi first and Nephi second wards There was some dispute as to the wnere the Afumd Rules. I score and at writing the is the nam of a Do You ha: to Know and valley committee hasn't settled on who petty rtate r.rtlieadt ol .'..'ghanlsiaJ!. It take, its name from the Hivcr the winning team was. IVH Y Y0U ARrs,CKorO Swat, the Soastea of the ain:l-,- ,t fJreek I you are; well The second five innings was KeoRraphers Indirect tributary of tbe niver Kubul. It played between Mona ann Levan READ b"lonar to race called Yuaufzat.pef,i Akhnnd Is tbe wards score at the end of the aMtle of rulers. The old line of A fifth innings was a tie, 4 to 4. princes, their r olmd to tno monthly mirslr, which till a comparatively f apnjThe tie was plahed off giving the late time, rul-- .l in Swat, claimed do plication to ,lih evcrry-rt- y lire. ccnt from Alexander the Oreai. victory to Mona. THE WHYS OFMIEALTIf AND In the evening a dancing party DISEASE . ,v was given in the Arlington, mur t rare.. "T. it lwm, Are You Your c: Jirt;eT No f..I. or My it, which was well attended. eoomWV. A man taniiot speak but f.nrt.j,.t enee. fee Judges en. if . Lis witi. him, will or against bis t. esawj 100 a oopy. will he drawi bi nortralt to ih rM, At year as Ourselves nea Babies. or write of his Seeing fieajs by every word. THE aid of can Tly flVQIESIST PTBUSHINQ tbe telescope you ret r..it un Um B0 ut. to the stars actually In lens than no ters opinion akic BslkMaf. um. Cole. U). It Emujon. 1 e, water j c, - COOPER, PYPER & CO 6 Ethel 1 or if Pub. lanager. ce $2.00 per yeir In advance Si. 50 per vear, What Everybody Must Be True. 1 O Sixth-Remem- Published weekly, every Friday at Nephi,Utah. Effect of Mutle on Animals. A unique musical experience hat been cwiducted recently in lYance. It was resolved to institute concert for animals tor the purpose of observ lng tbe effects of music upon them The results of the observations made established tbe fact that disconnected tones on stringed Instruments created no effect upon horses beyond causing some of tbe animals to manifest signs of impatience, but when a melody was played the horses turned Uward the players, pricked up their can and showed plainly the pleasure they Save GeniiO Vnlce for Home. I would Shy to all: Use your gentlest voice at borne Watch it day by day as a pearl of great pi Ice; for It will be worth more to you in days to come than the best pearl bid In tbe sea. A kind voice Is Joy, like a lark's song, to a hearth at borne. Train It to sweet tones now and it will keep la tune through life. Eiiiiu Hurritt Says R O Great Showing of Easter Plants t H. E. HOWELL.) j .... I kcscnci this Vant f If n Tin: IIYOIE.NIST - ! v Et-cr- y time, because you can ee thtnes that are happening not today, but many years a?n," said Professor H. II. Tur- NATIONAL HIGHWAYS The people of this country are building ment to groat man. National Highway tasting monu- Through fertile fields, thriving cities, across rivers and over mountains, Lincoln Highway will attend from the Atlantlo to the Pacific. Another National Highway The Telephone Way before the Lincoln Way Is ready for travel. will bo opened to the pub From Now York to San Francisco the big copper wires of the Bell System In an unbroken lino-t- he broad highway of Universal Service. eitend This Highway, too. Is lasting monument - to the energy of private enterprise. To that spirit of service that has made the Bell System one of the largest and most useful corporation In the country. In .,. rrtl-,iU- sr. r Internist.subject Ut ner, Savllian professor of astronomy In the t'nlversity of Oxford In one of the series of lictarp on "A Voyage la Space." "If you could go Into oo of tbe neareat stars Immediately and take a sufficiently powerful telescope you would be, able to sen yourselvee as babies going out for the first time. Rod ir you went to the more distant stare yon oilgbt fn see your Rrandmoth-ertolnc out for tbe first time as bablea." s the Senf,Francfseo will bo Joined with Now York, and the thousand cities and town along the way will be benefited. lie Mrtiiion the whl. h you seven Mountain State your own telephone company's territory alone--ththere are 80,000 miles of long distance highways open for your message Married Up In a Balloon. Mrs. Vinlrt I fart man. twenty on years old, known as "the bride of the; air," who tnarrlare In a balloon lo Irr. Mllo E. Hart man the oiMnln: erent of the national elimination balloon In Kannas City, In 1912, dipd there In a ranltarlum from pneu monia & few days ago. Mrs. tlartman formerly waa Miss Violet Khe left school when she waa a pupil to carry out the norel marrlaire ceremony and honeymoon. The two married h!le In the balloon M rr rls. bawkpt bfori lO.rtno weddlne; aar. I (Tieota, The balloon They then sailed landed In a pie sty on a farm 30 miles awsy. e every day. m Lacrosse tre Men's Rf naMnnal Game. ball game of ("arid:. It came from the abonal nal rerj wn. who loi!lt!eifi played it for ra::7 r tiirlea brffire the dlicor-erof th" n- - world DitTerr.nt tribes plajel il In different as, and It was Tli name tis'j&llj- very rojgh given to It by the Fren-.Canadians, who saw tl.e resemblance b t ween tbe curved pettei stick ned lu playing It . and bifhop'g crorler or Lecrose la the y The Mountain Stales Telephone and Telegraph Co. "The Corporation Different. trr-sse- i f i...nisi ... T..