|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
uuuiiiuiiiiiuiuuiuuiiijuuiiuiinni j n N TY ALL EAST COUNTY NEWS. VOL. 1. In N HIMII Doings I-- CITY. UTAH; OOVOHKU 2!, UK)S. Nephi Society. TLE TUESDAY X' Many Cars of Stock Shipped From Nephi to Eastern and California CIVIC miPROVE- - In YOUR AD. IS READ IN EVERY HOME. Full t, Bast 3. From I e-v- an. the people of Levan arc re- paring to entertain right royally New Steel Structure has j the visitors who will attend the ledicatory services of their new Capacity of 300 Tons 12,000 tabernacle next Saturday and Sunday. President Joseph per Day. Last Tuesday morning the new F. Smith and President Anthon II. Lund and others of the church $50,000 mill of th Nephi Plaster officials will be in attendance, be and Manu acturing C started work full blast. The big struc sides hundreds of people from all ture is comp sed entirely of steel over the eastern part of the coun and concrete,, and is absolutely ty. The Levan brass band will fire proof throughout, nd is 'e- - meet the visiting party on the Le van ridge, and a good pragram garded by experts as one of th j s.e.s U B lwo Uis best of its kind in the country. It ' p,uV.. , iUl it. muse wno siun win Da aitena will require about thirty men in assured entertainment nut only the mil and t t'e qua ry to un for teams but their themselves, the plant. A rea iy. Manager will be cared for as well. Ilyd reports that te egraphi Last Saturday evening the Citi-n- s' orders are coming in rapidly, party met in convention and work will be rushed from and nominated the following ticknow cn et for the coming campaign : presi Owing t; the fact tha the town dent of board, A. L. Jack-mat'ompany have their quarry and D. Bosh, S. E. trustees, te.'- mi 1, located right on the r . n rail a- - line, all expense for haul- - MamKreen, ueorge rrancom, Lu H Mortensen. age borne by o'her com anie is The People s party met in done awiy with by ihe Nephi imd th y can come vention Tuesday evening and the framed following ticket: pretty nearly setting the prices on the gypsum products, all over president of town board,S. P. M. Chns- where lay lor; trustees, J. the West and North-we4- t. All 1 Markets. Cupid Gets In a Little Work. Dermcrat and Republican What Other Towns are Forces Fully organized The Ladies' Literary Club is Djins For Civic B;tte.--menFor the Coming Fray As Shown By now fully organized and ready to Mrs. the work. season's The take up Exchanges If in the pa it there has been Newsy Notes Plaster Mill Starts . The Maryo't Rhoda Land Co. shipped out of here last 'Tuesday to tneii big farms in Kansas, fifteen cats of lambs, furnish d mostly by Juab and Sanpete county sheep men. The lam')s At Richle'd. the question as to had been held here for five ays d contest for municipal Hyrum Jensen is the newly elect honors between the two great ed president: Mrs. J. R. Edgheill whether that ciiy sha'l support a erazinx on the Lriover taira m the office of vice president, will bs voted the west field. The company partie3 with the balance in fivor fills Mrs. George Sudbury, is the on at the municipal e'ection. r ported that they had been buy of the R3publcans, thjDirmct'ats and and Robinson wUl all over the country, but had are planning this year to give secretary of the Club. A very interesting session was ballot next Tuesday ast whether ing found no place where they could the latter a good run for their On the other hand, the held at the home of the Pres- they shill he incopotited in".o do better than in Utah. They money. Mrs. Hyram Jemen, Tues- one City. promised to return aeain, and Republicans have sniffed the ident, In Cedar City, the city Healrh. buy through the medium of l'cal sm:ke of the oncoming battle day evening. A portion of the from the aggresive Democratic time was spent in reading and Board are visiting the dif f ere i" commission men. Ou Thurs fay. Lunt and Bsllis ranks, and are preparing to prove discussing one of the late popular homes an lordsrinj all unkemt Some excellent novels. auv piano and to cleaned be Twelves foe 11221 the up, places to" and M. T. Howard shipped to worthy of Bes- violation of tbe order is treated Miss was music rendered by the steel of their opponents. Omaha, Neb., six cars of cattle. Current sie events, Goldsbrough. as a and misdemeanor punished M. T. Howarl and J. II. Lunt Bith sides are well captained. Edg-heil- l. R. Mrs. J.. were given by The of peop'e o Ced ir accompanied the shipment. Jas. John W. Ord, accordingly. A reading on Home Cua free have school-boara'so City, d and a promi ibrary and L Belhstonwili remain here to the Mrs. was Wra, lture given by gyrnnHsium. hand e the local buying. nent sheep man bears heavily on Manti is go!ngto ce'ebrate the the prohibition plank of the un Dailey. The next meeting of the Roscoe E. Grover made his ini written Republican platform. Club will be held at the home of 60th. anniversary of its founding tial shipment of lambs Tuesday and also favors the enfore3ment Mrs. Edgheill. The following during Thanksgiving week, and t California, witi R;x Gildj- new members were voted in: Mrs. the committees are making a spe: of the ordinances. Joshua Greenwood, Mrs. Harry iai effort to have all former re- - breugh in ch rge. Mr, GroverG. M. Whitmore, the succsss-fMrs. J. S. Quist, Mrs. sidents of Manti present as gltegts shipped threi mare cars Wedn?P. young banker and business T. Barrows, day which he accompanied him L. Foote and Mrs. Geo. A. daring the festivities. man, is president of the Nephi tensen, Wilford W. Beard, E. W. self. the products are shipped. The school board at Ileber City Commercial Club; and while not S perry Jr, and James N. Morgan. Peterson, The old mill which had just The marriage of Verne Vickers have made aurangments to have so pronounced on the prohibition Miss Flo Shepherd has return been remodelled, was burned last ed plank, yet standing on a platform and Miss Mattie Howarth was ail of the chi'dr n of school age from a visit to Gunnisxu March, but no sooner had the Ward which favors the strict enforce- solemnized in the Manti temple on vaccinated free of cost. Meetings embers given off their last smoke ment of the ordinances, whether Wednesday. Mr. Vicker3 is the Anew hospital of sufficient One 0' ihe most impressive when Manager Hyde hastened to Juab Notes they be "prohibitory, or for son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Vick- size to accomodate from 16 to 20 services held fcr a long time, the SI HUI. ( ORhKSFONOAN E his. had sta'ion and telegraph strict regulation of the liquor ers, and a brother of County patients is being erected in i.t. 'ook place at the Wri orders placed for rew machinery The Patterson Ranch o. of business" it would seem, that Clerk T. W. Vickers, and is one Pleas nt. For and steal structure workers for Uxine, a autornia loaded 20 cars house Meetinz :N Sunday. The Fillmore Commercial Club some time the theological depart owing to the new prohibition or- - cf Nephi's highly resected you it,thr ye old steers, of the iew mins'er of wo dinance which will take effect men. Missliowarthisthe daugh has decided to throw the doors ment of the "Sunday School has the building here Friday for California, For seven months. plant. Jan. 1st, that he isalsoc mmitted ter of Mr. and Mrs. Moroni How of its club mom open every vyei-jbee- n the early history studying Mr. J. H. Cox of the Cox, about 35 ca'penters to the enforcement of theprohib- - arth, and was, until recently, the nesday and Saturday evenings to uf the church, of their persecu- - Commission Co. Dsn Ter. Jonesand laborers have been rushing ition ordinance. popular clerk in the Excelsior club members and fnetds. Each tions at Nauvoo and ia Missouri, wes a recent visitor here Colo, work to the completion. Ascaptair, lieutenants, and Men Co. Mr. and Mrs. Vickers Wednesday evening a suitable ;Hnd of their trip across the plains at the condition and class looking will make their future home in program will be provided; sergeants fcr the coming line-ufilled with the bitterest hard of catt'e that we have in this the Democrats have as follows: I Nephi. In order that this part day evening games wi I be ia or- ships. of the history might be made the The marriage of Miss Bird Wil der. city chairman, L. k.. uunning: The sheepmen passing through secretary, John Uelnston; execu- - son to l. E. Duncan of American more mpressive, all those who High School Notes a is to have planning Ephraim with their flocks, to the winter U. M. v nit- - Fork is ann0unc2d to take place Citizens' tive committee, Improvement League had crossed the plains as pioneers range, report the fall feed very Dom-tScience Dept. more, Enoch Burton, and w. November 3rd or wi'h handcarts w r invited to on have for which will its Wednesday, purpose mi. dry. J ...J j .su Anarews. meir renuvw. Th marriage of Miss Maud the betterment of conditions with be present, ani recount their exThe First year girls are being N. M. is attending be base of operations will in the Sell3 t0 Ralph IIoyt took refcence to the children cf the. periences. Chs. Sperry, the nly initiated into the mysteries of sch xol thisTaylor pace week the at . V. U upstair rojtm of th? G)lii- at the Salt Lake Temple Wednes city in entorcing tne cuitew or- pi neer held his hearers, c oe plain cooking and caa now recite at Provo. brough pharmacy. day, and the wedding reception dinance and other beneficial attention, Jacob Bowsrs, Mr3. the "Functions of various food The Mills school wi'lopsn next The rival camp of the Mary C. Pay. L. A. Bah? Cr , classes" without the quiver of an will be held at the home of the measure. week, with Miss Latimer of will be in the rooms former bride's That city is a'so planting for a Thos. Bowles, Mrs. Eleanor Ofd, eye id. parents on Saturday A. W. C. Nephi as instructor. Attorney by occupied ly A siying of the Seecnd year evening. Mr. IIoyt is an em- free library and pymnaMum to told vividly of the terrible trials chairman is Th3 An odd looking outfit passed city Bryan.. ployee at the San Pedro station supplant the saloons which go and hardships endured on the D. S. clas- shere today. T. L. Foote; secretary, Wm. Bui a man I lains. In fact, the tales of good habits. out of business Jan. 1st. and Our class is a salad, for in it through a ton: citv committee, district Missisayoungman handcart frox Oasis pushing Sells, the bride, is a daugh Logan is to have a street car so interesting that it was decided we see, No. 1, D2nnis Wood, J. S. to Idaho. to have the session o'lhe Sunday ter of Francis Sells, the proprietor line in the near future. Oil, vinegar, sugar, and salti Cooper, Mra. J. A. Booth, J. W. of the Sells' funiture store, and a The Mt Nebo Oil Co. his shut A meeting of the Untie Cim school adjourn until the after- ness agree." D. Paxman; district No. 2, n for a few days on account down noon the when same of The Club tnercial has been ' called for. pro meeting young lady. a patient, upon whom anted W. W. Bennett, S. A. Lunt, Wm. a of broken stem. ram was in continued. in live will of the Many Nephi. purpose to practice the virtues of a com young couple ascertaiag whelh2r Burton, Mr3. Clara Park; district I were audience to moved the tears or conwi not the organization The marriage of Leo Hanson petent nurse. No. 3, Thos. H. Burton, Hose h irdsbipsand trials carrat the tinue to exist. by The Juniors are sure they have Miss Bosh both of Le Hilda K. Gover, E. H. SpirH Mrs. and Basket Ball News. the ed by speakers. A A. of M. mastered I. the Diet. mejtinT is for announced next van Liquid W. A.Wright; district No. 4, Manager J. W. Hjd of th The questbn of diet and its re offic-rand bishops of the fr.tr Some Ex rnination Jas. B. R;che A'frH Milui,. Itaftket Ball twm Fireman's of to man the side lation physical cal ed The U. C. T. Club entertained ward3 of Leh T. L. FooU?, and Mm. J. R, EJ- Questions thit he U gettlog every f r the purpose of devisin g plans was the topic taken up at the did the cookie cutter? 1. evenbundle shower a Why Monday at t ling in readiness for sometx-c'lle- ut gheill. Witn vMlead-for that Mutual. T. How a to seam does 2. French It is rumored that all available inir at the home of Miss Louise fcr alibrary-gymnadu' gam a during the coining and Frank Ka3sell and V iliie To people there I city. Miss in himJ honor you? cf b?en the Matti; have Allen, eaon. New Knits and new surreys treated the IIoyt if are that the the closed sa'oons does tool? took whr.ss Why a!s and 3, ginger marriage occasion, equipment are being putcbawd was a gcol preliminary pro j every ajtimo-- j Howarth, voung m n must have some place There not put a raison in bread? Why 4, bile hss been pressed into service, place Wednesday. that tne Nphi people wiil have in which to co igregite, aal so gram as foliows: song by Pyper 5. Does whi j ping make cream every cause to be proud vt the The Bill'eClubmetatthe home are Miss Bigter; pushing this movement wuh sisters; recitatioT by better? of tbelr mto. AlMips Florence Haynes Tuesof Bessie organ salo, Transfers ironstfough; The following program will be appearance huve received vigcr. Realty a chalshowa ready they bundle to give reading by Geo. Sperry. Barton and Jo'm Henty Brou jh day night d next Friday evening at lenge fiom the team at A cericao rendjr No Bird Miss a Wilson, At the First ard," Harry P. Booster's hive bought the old farm owned er for Society: Fork for a oidtch gams 'ast Fri Misa Clara Cole bride. vember in !hs High Barraws lnsU';ctor which father wil Wm. Icster Taylor, a cousin of School by their deceased Sor.g day evening, but owing to tbe Miss bv th.m hereafter. assisted as hostess with bs ooerated Mrs. James T. Belliston has leen schoo' addressed the congeg- - Prayer Mr. Andrews fact a tio practice has as yet useful Many presents here from Ely, Nevada, this week lU5Q oa 105 ,cr;s Si3-- S or. ian Talk Homer ben bad, Mr. Hyde deemed It unProf. Heny lien Jri nson said asm til Hayncs. oortlon of land locatsd in the were presented the prospective visitin? his relative.. Mr. Ta . 'ne scmtia'. intei.ec'.uai. ana Piano Sclo Jacquiti Edgheill wise to accept a gam) for that Levan townsite to Jas. E. Taylcr. bride. is a prominent mining man of physical"'; Jese Pay took fcr Recitali'-kr Mattie t azier early date. The team wilt be The members of the Club were his section cf and h;'s his theme the " Divine Mission P3aio Duet $75. Nevada, Consideration, Venice Brough and practically the same at last yenr Misse3 0rr-cL. D. S. hurch sold a fraction entertaiend by the been interecled in minning1 ven- of ihe prophet. Joseph S;nilh;" Company. a follows: Verne Vickers, Lacy Grundy Thursday evening. tures in South Africa and othr Frank Belliston told of Uf e in o' land in the Levaa townsite to and excellent VickefP, A. V. OadJ, Warr time was had. An parts cf the world. He returned Silver ity, the n;w defunct Henty Hendrickson for . BeaKle, II. A: Chriftensoti, Karl NOTICI-Mrs. Fred Garret Jr. entertainsmelter town. home Wednesday. The horns formerly owned by Cole, Ralph Belliston. Edward Lnnt. deceased, Is con ed Monday evening at a shower At the Mutual. Say Stewart, i "ill rentTe bil for tie "The Utah county teacher instructor of the eighth g ale. r'riifi veyed to Alfred Lunt. Consider party in honor of Mis Maud of tli nu'iiioit'i n nwotdmif In l Wednesmarried who was Postmaster Dennis Wood has Sells SI. convention was held in the B. Y lectured on the to-iation, "The Phy !'; lua'i rouoty t lit. Hid miit A was lime had. splendid U. building tf!ay. n Mu?' siclcgy of Excerci-e;- " day. J. E. r written irt tn"'lrit i T.W. Virkerp received a communicatkn from f If you know the niu NiM, Ulnh, on of the P.O. Department at WashingThursday evening Mrs. T. V. director Mark Robinson of Sprin pave a general ta'k on the ''ii:niy f,'.r .4tfiU-- , Hr, fi'h.l! ft. ton that hereafter all registered Vickers Rave a kt:hen showor viiie inducted the a.'wrnbly sin trrt.er. to rd try l'i lo r work of the Mutual; Miss? LSHie tf tf.f rf tti- - I'.'H"! uf Cniint letters will require a ten cent fee w Mi.43 Wilson. n hot hn Bird tl for and n Cradle at t 'Indian the Mrs. e for aad Nellie 1'extoi. and Kt Nearly taught rem1, g'n instead of the U cent fee ta goe a 8orrowin?.--Ut- ) ja;;- i- cver'tl'in in the way of utensils Son;? tothelef4cherft, tntice totie Udill reodred a vcal trij, T. W. V fk r, Cobbty Cleik, was presented the bride-tolxwhich was very pleasicg. pleasure ef ali". Provo Post. one-side- library-gymnasiu- m Ma-nmat- .u n; I 1 con-compa- ny ul , I mill-wiight- 3, p, i - - well-spoke- - s re-xtrt- M hs.bsn r m fr sab-top- i: ti' k tf. c, Soi-ense- n, ;.