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|Paper||Juab County Times|
t THE UTAH NEPHI NATIONAL of snow at the Yankee the head of American Fork Time Deposits at the rate of 4 per X. r I Ten miles of maeademlzed road has V.lanibet stight pnroy knee been completed in Weber county and Date so casuist s an; I gf designated to the state during the Truly, the Saint used to be! past year. Mark Tuttle of Emery county, at there a Santa Daus? present deputy state auditor, will be sY You ask again and egain. named assistant auditor by Lincoln J. AH day doth the Christmas shopper Rush madly here and there. d I Now must I answer, because Kelly, the newly elected auditor. And all she spendettt Is ene dime. have the trust I had then. And that is lor street car rare. That there has been a marked tnw,in In tuberculous among the liveYeJi,the A MORAL LESSON fr my spirit possessed f? stock of the state la shown by the TAUGHT Ere thcrV cameTworry and report of the state livestock inspector. JtTfe RI.Kni ttioir nihil in mv hreatt William H. Bishop, former city Two Christmas Presents, Neither of Which Brought Satisfactory treasurer of Murray, died on the 13th r Results. Isten! Is there so arm of tuberculosis. He was 40 years old Holdinz you close to my heart. and Is survived by wife and two There once was a rich old uncle who Frniiine- vou ever from harm children. two poor nephews. had r Holdine the darkness apart? AEarly next spring the children ef And when Christmas came the two VihereTspirit of love j'--f the public schools of Ogden will start poor nephews were anxious to show Waiting with wings ever sprea(L- beautifying and improving the city in the rich old uncle how much they connection with the League of Good thought of him. Besiiicj'ou, about you, aboveTg Citizenship. And'warding wherever you're led? Now the firBt poor nephew reasoned Because her husband will not Ox that he should Impress his rich old the roof over their two-roof you believe there fa building uncle with the great affection he bore and because he has removed the cook him by some tangible meanB. So be Aye, ana you Know u a true: r i.. .iuui. spnit t:. stove and refuses to buy another, a drew out his savings and purchased m s iniiy, Salt Lake woman has filed suit for for his rich ojd uncle a magnificent Y?t ItkfaULiag whh kindness to you. divorce. gold watch, and had It neatly enHenry V. Eklns, 14 years of age, graved. To It he attached a gorgeous $Uj?Etoes Hiewarmthof your smile,' fydt has been awarded $500 damages for chain, put the whole affair In a lavBlesses your arums wncn you sicrp,' permanent paralysis which resulted ishly decorated box and sent it to hlB W Stays with you all of the hile. when he touched a live wire on the rich old uncle with bis best wishes. The second poor nephew figured property of the Telluride Power coms there a Santa daus?" that any extreme financial outlay pany near Ogden. Vct . r-- i .w. I ittt An with i niir'vM bis rich old uncle would convince The big convention of Utah frulti r was ",v r to bit a him he v,. UTTTB, Jolly trying growers will be held at the Weber that ' ,cB y lhtt ut ',sevr club in Ogden Monday, Tuesday and too much, so he invested a nickel In a neat but tasty Christmas card, which IShstter the faith thai vou hold? Wednesday, January 20, 21 and 22. he mailed to the rich old uncle. you pang of distress? The session will be devoted almost So the rich old uncle received the yCive me young ana me ota , lev.iof the to question. entirely marketing two and said of the J There is s Santa CUus. 1I'esT m. DeBiwndent over her arrest on first remembrances, 4 nephew: charges of soliciting. Mrs. Mildred A man who will spend all "Humph! Schmidt, 1? years old, a chorus girl he has for a gold watch to give a man at the Majestic theatre. Salt Lake, who already has all the watches he and wife of Edwin Schmidt, a theatre ever will need hasn't got enough usher, committed suicide, drinking Judgment to be trusted with money. I OLD MAN GIDDLES OBSERVES car boric acid. will leave him my blessing and a few The biennial report of the state words of good advice." The polite lie is oftev solidified Into board of dental examiners has seen When he looked at the card he nod a Christmas gift. Bled with the governor. It shows that ded his head approvingly and said: Henry Tarbuck says that as soon as the receipts of the board for the past "There's a man after my own heart. people begin giving him socks and two years amounted to $2,177.86, while He knew I would not care for an ex handkerchiefs exclusively for Christthe to pensive gift, and he knew that I would mas he Is going to apply for a berth amounted disbursements value his good wishes, so he very wise- In the old folks' home. $1,715.25. Ell Tlmtnons says he doesn't see During November the ' state land ly sent them to me In this Inexpensive board collected $24,722.10 present principal manner. He shows a marked economi- the sense of tying up a and Interest from Investments of the cal trait and I am sure he will get in 18 cents' worth of ribbon and tissue state land grant funds, and $23,528.17 along In the world without any aid paper and paying 6) cents to send It to some one. principal and interest on land salts from me." So be made a new will and left all While you are sorry for the tired made by the board In various parts his money to found an Institution for salesman, like as not the salesman Is of the state. the study of prehistoric manifestations thinking sympathetic thoughts of you Declaring that the standard of edu- of mtcroblc diseases In fossilized Little Joseph Glllett has been pulled cation In Utah has reached a high the Fourth of July, the through E. A. Boston of Dr. plane. Winshlp WILBUR D. NE8BIT. a mumps, birthday party, the chicken-pocongratulated the teachers at the measles so far this year, the and conjoint Institute at Murray, for the The Letter and the Spirit. and his parents hope he Is rugged part they have played In the advance Askum Do you approve of abbrevi- enough to survive Christmas. of education. When a man votnteera to play ating "Christmas" to Tellum 1 wish I could. It usually Santa Claus at a Sunday school Christ Charging false Imprisonment, Geo E. Francis, colored, has filed suit costs me a "C or an "L." I'd be will- mas tree set It down that In his heart against the chief of police of Salt ing to abrevlate It to "V-ma- s if my he considers himself a natural born Lake for damages In the sum of wife would agree. comedian. $5,000. Francis alleges he was arrest ed, thrown into jail and held Inoom Biunlcado for five hours. The week of January 20 to 25 will be a busy one In Ogden, as three con ventions, a poultry show and a pure food exhibition will be held. The three conventions are the State Dairymen's 7 association, the State Dry Farmers' in Horticuland State the association, f . a r r - m turist society. V ct. - r. i - iiik Utah live stock Is In excellent coni. i.. tiijijKj outs so uiuy u, dition according to the biennial report of the state live stock inspector. Beginning Hog cholera shows some Increase beM,3 l liS cause of lack of funds to purchase all other vaccine, the report says, but diseases of stock have been reduced to a minimum. On the ground that the present i taw regarding the dipping of sheep is IS t I ambiguous in places, the state board of sheep commissioners favors the enactment of a new law giving the state Inspectors power to lake charge of lf Caskiii BOOTH, s there s Santa daus?" You with the truth in your eye, $ "" a Bidding me ponder and pause, ,rut,, 'rotn ,he Ce thlt YbU '.'thatiwiirsjiith in your heart ST"""'!, vka II.OSTLZK. PaxmntNT L. 8. HILL., VicrPniaiDonr The Best Bargain . This Paper ivui yoa w xfifSi Xji MingcUoa & Csnett, Pisprietoc Refrigerator ate Business being- run on cash basis, enables us to sell at very reasonable prices. Treatment to All Courteot Ostler & Allen Manufacture that hand-ma- Old RtrnM ever-lasti- ng 23-ce- Harness de rnlr1 riot ae as ml S11x Hnillm Rriulrs and If silo UimfM, Nitiia Biiukrts. 5'CREAM 4. 1 . lirl e. k'kJ h'MK, about what you'rt selling, but talce a tip, brother, you'll break ear drums, not pocket books. $ 0 Sane advertising in this paper makes thinking people buy. $ $$ If you're not in the ad. van, isn't it time you took a flyer? J .1 You have our word you'll never regret it. TTTTTTTTTTTT L.. rVI. PEXTON utah ewes:!, UlmfctaC " Do YOU And holds it tightly her fist jsxnu jiuris get tier snopp Prices 'siifi J 1847 They vrGl interest yoa when need la of printing DONT BORROW The Tunes from your neighbor when you can get it for less than tree Cents Per Week h-- ECZEMA ALL OVER BODY blue-pencile- Why Girls Postpone. Un't Alice soon going to marry Jack? Itelle I don't know. She says she hates to give up the dollar and a half Nell for the shows moving ten-cu- Defending Mother. "Papa, mamma says that one-bal- l' the world doesn't know how the other half lives?" "Well, she shouldn't blame herselC dear, it Isn't her fault." I will not be concerned at other "I men's not knowing me; I will be conused the Cutlcura Remedies while In cerned at ruy own want of ability. business In San Francisco before the Confucius. earthquake and fire. I was a terrible sufferer from eciema for several years. Mrs. Wlnslow-- Soothing' Sjnip fur Chlldtw I had it all over my body except my tmthlnic, notions the rrdur lnrtmmia-Uuhands, neck and face, my legs and ily pin.rurs wludcullc,&c a buttlc-iss- . arms being the worst. 1 had to put It's a safe bet that most of your stockings on my hands at night to keep from scratching, and whenever friends are people who want you to. I did scratch the parts burnt like fire. work for them without pay. My limbs got so bad that from my an Method wilt teach you to win tin kles to my knees there wasn't a parGoethe. ticle of fkln on them, and the flesh Itself turned perfectly blue and raw, Mind unemployed Is mind snenjoy continually throwing off a moisture, and I had to keep them wrapped In ed Itovee. oiled silk cloth to keep my underclothes from sticking fust to my limbs. "I tried all kinds of ointments, , , and a thousand others, and took all kinds of Internal medicine, but with no relief. Then I bathed my body with Cutlcura Soap and kept It anointed with Cutlcura Ointment and my Colds akin Is now as smooth as a baby's. Stops Coughs Cures They cured me completely." (Signed) Harry A. Jones, Feb. 10. 1912. HOWARD E. BURTON Cutlcura Soap and Ointment sold Hpaolroaa prlras: Uold. HITnr, (I: Bo, SI Ivor. Tbe; doia. (On; llM or tk.ppar. Si. Mltae) throughout the world. Sample of ea Kixl foil prtew lltl snt oa Ipfliwlk. envelop and solicited. vork lMdruua amplm, free, with 32 p. Skin Book. Address 4ntrxl lot. Mat ruoa. Carfmnala NU..nl S&ak. post-car"Cutlcura, Dept. L, Boston." 175 East St. San Francisco, Cal. s o, "W d Adv. FREE TO ALL SUFFERERS Plan. rJi Ttm ftafilHniit of wn'w"! sssstf tf b) ii rfr frnas lilrtfs.Mseiwr isrrmisi si "Sprlnghlll Is a man w ho never tells chfwstiM tm.Jm ir.avai IB mrmpumm.p wMiniwma, wrtue for nr rKsit W.k. UiiiMaos. issssr-uhis troubles." kVfaost Itswssl mr vrlllstt. H Isalr wksjss. Intl mi snfl ttsSS rmsv r h rTra vUal hrxift"How does he manage to get sitrrsers. Ha.LH. 'h HtmAf I H HHA I ION" N.k. 1,rmmw6 If fW tmm tteioid for rnrtf UUUf along?" i4 run "He puts them to sleep with the V KKK No nrJCWrvMssysl.. anesthesia of optimUm." A Good , . J I isaai-t- l The Wretchedness, of Constipation . Dangerous Remedy. "Give the patient a little liquor, why don't you?" "Can't; It would set him crazy. He uin qtncxiy Da ovgrcotne Dy has water on the brain." CARTER'S UTTLE Dr. rirrcr's Plr&aanl Il-cure ronMI-Itiin- . UVER PILLS. I 1 4rnMttlin th ngx nf limnr Purely vegetabia llmuvs. t ure thr cum sod you cure I bo act surety and llwaw. Kajr to tskr. Adv. trentty on tf liver. Cure If a woman has a good dressmaker Iliouaness, she can be fairly happy part of the Headtime. ache, . To Is to conquer b-- tl. 1. rteas. snd IrKflceatkn. our They do their tfutyc SMALL PTLL. SMALL DOSE. SMAU. MtJCX. Genuine mast bear Signature Take all the swirt advantage of tbe hours. Shakespeare. A scientist baa discovered that the W. N. onion Is a cure for love. Salt Lake City, No. I Tor Infanta i Meakln you're lit-ti- e at thisfearly date he sallies forthjtyth plcasa a jj ui 'soon ts Jammed up in the bislc$n And when she tries . ALCOH01.-- 3 Aftf smiles linj; rUe 1! H'3 Pi ..... rtR Rnrl Children. The Kind You Have . Always Bought .. crT toUk Preparalion far rhe Food and Regtila 5 to mot hs and IVrwcl of s Promolf s DiCction,Chff and" fast Contains nfiibfr Cpium.Morphire nor Mineral Bears tho Signature) rful-nfs- WjSr of . otic if 014 OrSANllltTWa In fi t joirrwl the Mormon church In liiougn earnestly stie s on th 1871. After holding office since 1850, Jesse Hond. the poundkeeper at He He her, has sent In his resignation. has accumulated a competency while In office sufficient to kep him during his remaining days. Mr. Bond Is arr- li ana n iter jrarr i -' Linm 0 a doll J Aluft dnAHunminit tack $grwtr Thirty Years CtTAL COfP.V. NFAV YOHK wia m i it 'i i ! tME I'ji r" a a ava bm. wimrwmiHv a (iMarstiteed tinflerlle Fofxljsj it frets home. u?eriir&ivrirrt nnA hhm And finds thejcoc6neslwppingt toot For Over of 4, siiQPPcrsAr f i Use Apcrfr-c- l Rrmcdy forComltpa lion . Sour Stomach. Diarrhoea Vorms .Convulsions .rewrish-ncs- s and LOSS OF SLECP Tat SimVr over 0 years old. An antidiscrimination taw making It a .misdemeanor for any person, firm or association to maintain higher prices for food products In one section of the state than In another, li recommended to the legislature by (he state pure food bureau and the state food and dairy commissioner. John Homan. 68 years old, a Finn, I at a Bait Lake toT4UI suffering from a fractured left leg and nomer-oti- s broken ribs sustained when the dipper of a steam shovel, opera'Jng oa the O. S. L. railway near the Idaho line, emptied Its contents on him. l Not Xahc Knlid. and came to Vtah in SpTOu progress straights sheep whose owner fails to comwith the law. The residents of Cayune have been frightened recently by a man named Tenney, who had a hallucina. rtllimm. iwa wn a Antone tion that a woman was trying to kill him. He would leave his room half dressed at night and scare the people of the neighborhood. He has been placed In the Mental hospital. W.are James Meaklh. a Utah pioneer, inxkma to passed away December 13 at the home of bis daughter in Idaho Falls. hire yoa Idaho. Old age was the cause of find oat dnath. Ite was torn la Northamptonboat them shire. July 26. 1826. Mr. OUR He waa a most intelligent youth, and while going through the basement at the works he noticed that something was wrong with the machinery. He at once gave the alarm, and prevented what might have been a seri ous accident. The circumstance was reported to the head of the firm, be fore whom the lad was summoned. "You ave done me a great service. my lad," said the genial chief, "and In future your wagea will be increased by two shillings weekly." "Thank you. sir." said the bright fellow. "1 will do my but to be be a good servant to you." "That's the right spirit, my lad," he remarked, encouragingly. "In all the years that I have been in business no one has ever thanked me in that way. I will make the Increase three shillings. Now, what do you sny to that?" "Well, sir," replied the lad, smilingmind if I said it ly, "would you again?" Hopeless. "Who wrote that story about Roose velt's "returutd" the' Outlook office?-ask- ed the managing editor. "Hilly Pennington," replied the city editor. "1 thought it waa a pretty-goostory." "It was more than that. It was s remarkable story. I think we ought Uav to raise Pennington's falary. didn't wind up by saying: "Tna colonel then plunged Into a mam ef correspondence.' " "I'm sorry to have to tell you that he did. I that part of it." "Oh, pshaw! We'll never be ablev to make anything of that fellow." l any Know About isQuas oiiopper 1 ply ti " wv Kinds of Home Cured and Fresh Meats up-to-d- - , City Meat Co. Kept in ljtQ y want la an entertaining way; give yon an me newt 01 Ite every visit will pleasure; it gives mora full value foi Us pile All 'VQ tfO reading yon the thlor.1 IT - to matter that your money can buy U your local paper. It keeps yon poitM on the iolnje of the community. will tell te know f 2500 itncj se TO REPEAT Bright Youth's Phrase of Gratitude Paid for and Wall Worthy of Repetition, 51 mas. cent per annum R. WAS WILLING r $5antaXIaii; x w mine at canyon la reported. Measles Is still on the increase In Salt Lake, according to the weekly report of the board or health. Fifty poor families and 350 homeless men of Ogden will be taken care of by the Salvation Army at Christ- on paid itls-tfie- Hve feet IBANKp Interest "JUST LOOKING TODAY" BUDGET ess srt ss l Oil ikW Mu ls jm si mLi 1 aMU MAIM BALSAM Wm fe"X fcef rf fTVafY'at. 1 A. - J . m ft" tCrnrf il .