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i, V ALL EAST COUNTY AE NEWS. Times COUNTY i"ut. gTuiiiimiiiiiniiiuiumitm'unif - ,r f YOUR AD. IS REAP IN EVERY HOME. tiflftftlT'T"TTTTYT" NEPHI CUT, UTAH, NOVEMBKK VOL. 1. News Items of the Nebo National WOOL SITUATION E T Forest. 0 2G, 'TIT J. S. Ostler eater-taine- E I m TfTTTTTTTTTT TTrt lYTT NO. 7. 1909. General School Notes City Council Doings Nephi Society. Mr. and Mrs. ' -- d enlargement of Electric .. Light, Plant While' Mr. Meakia was talking the boys the girls were well taken are of. he 7th and 8th some received grad'.s god ad Jane McPhermn from Miss. vice on moral and h giene subjects, vliss Bertha McPhersonapnke to the girls of the 5th. u aid 6th on th aatne subjects ' gra-'e' he trus tees and Pr'in. ' Homer and .a. number of teachers attend ed the ) lecture given by Mr v Meakin at the I ential afternoon. "A by Great Men are not chosen Piesidents of the Uaited States", was very ably discussed by members of the Civics Class to. Informally at tea last Sunday afternoon. Mrand Mrs. J. P. Meakin were present and An electrical engineer was Of interest to all the farmers rendered some entertaining sefronv Salt ILake last Sat down lections for the guests: The Nephi Station Becom and stockmen of the community urday and installed at the power is the announcement that Super following were present: Mr. and J. R. Edgheill has just return Mrs. T. L. Foote, Dr. and Mrs, plant a new step-u- p transformer, S. Pack, who for several ing Known In all visor D. has been the popular ed from a two month's trio to D. O. Miner, Prof, and Msr. R. which will increase the voltage years, twelve per cent This will mean supervisor of the Nebo national Boston where he has been em- P Homer and Mrs. James E. additional of the lighting faculities forrest is to be transferred to ployed by his company in selling Oole. the proposition of re the Targhee National Forrest in wool.to thebig mills of New York, Mrs. Geo. W. Sudbury enter- pending World the power house down daho. Mr. Pack will have Chicago, Minneapolis, and other tained the members of the La lies moving below Coulson's quarry, and manufacturing Literary Club last Monday even-insupervision of the southern part large woolen the thereby enlarging plant from of this reserve with headquarters centers. Mr. Edgheill was seen of Past 70 which horse the city power Experiments He will leave by a Times reporter, and asked St. Anthony. at Commercial Club entertain, The horse-power. 177 to now Year has, Monda. evening. here to take charge of his new as to the wool situation of the ed informally last Friday evenis The engineer figuring on this No work on the tenth of December. coming year. Their wives, lady friends, new ing. public entertiinment was of enlargement, and " I have been very plan , Miss the and busy" Litmembers of stenogran Pack, the Ladles' The work at the experiment Thyrza will submit his estimate to the giv by the school on Thanks " said Mr. in while in to has the Olub Edgheil, 1st. Nov. were the gone office, pher station was completed erary guests. council at their next meeting. giving but on Wed. afternoon, Boston. We exhave had an where has she exceedCamas, Utah, The season has been an Pres. G. M. Whltmore, made The application of B. Marlouf various grades united and appio-pia- te market until ceedingly a strong in another up in those accepted excercise were give, j position a neat little speech of welcome, and Sons for a merchant's li ingly busy one for ten about and then it of line work. ago days two and introduced J. W. Paxman cense was Regular class wor was suscharge. Within the past granted. due to the fact the that H. sagged, F. Studley, formerly deputy as master of ceremonies, who years and a half, the station work The water delinquents prior pended in the gxammar grades, at o'clock Tuesday afternoon, has been increased from about supervisor of the Uintah Nation manufacturers seemed to have commended the work of Mr. to the year 1905 were declared for3 the one hundred tests to over a al forest will be the temporary made up their minds that they Meakin in his defense of Utah purpose of giving the uncollectible, and amounts totallan to hear Prof. thousand. It is expected that fur supervisor of the department will use the stock they already people. Miss Bessie Goldsbrough boys oppoztunlty $503.11 were rebated, accordJ. P. Meakin. Por aaf hoar Mr. ther extensions will be made m here. Mr. Studley is now look tiave on hand and not buy any rendered a piano solo; Miss ing ingly. more until after January Nellie Meakin had the attention of his the spring of 1910, andthatanoth-e- r ing for a capable clerk and steno- thing Udill, Misses LMie and to wool ; st, hoping office cheaper to the get handle grapher Pexton Kate to a the jurenile audience and pictured assistant Superintendent gave vocal trio, do not see any which but I personally work. to them the only life worth leady will be employed. wit very pleasing; Orson for reason exam neither recent At the forester's the alarm, by has Cazier 1910 a been The season of ing. He plead with the boys ,aot gave splendid reading; or the the took the dealers, ination, growers following especially to since one favorable the W. A. O. Bryan was called on the least indulge iff any of 'he immoral on can be for Mathew used of test: that Bowers, Nephi, anything in station was established, 1904, for a speech and responded by Lunt and Belliston are buyers habtti, and gave many simple worsted Alberi as the Seth Ollerton of market purposes, Sterling, the amount of rainfall during the urging the people of Nephi to and sellers of all kinds of cattle. illustrations showing the neceson class wool this is statistiMcClellan of Albert and Barrett, growing months having been far pull together, and have a better Mrs. Lucy W. Schofield is down sity of building a strong foundover all world. of the cally strong ation and to have as a basis of Payson. below the normal. feeling of love towards one from Provo, the guest of Mr- - and this foundation character. Crossbreds A. been have T. an at Mitchelson, engineer selling reSome very satisfactory Mr. and Mrs. Meakin Mrs. Richard Evans. very good price. In the furnished a Last Friday Prla. Horner and sults have been secured, how of the department. at Odgen, was large put of the en- woolen use trade where & re here for all beef they the school board visited , the Highest prices paid ever. In fact, from a grain te t tatoneut for the evening." breeder's view point, the more serve with the view of 'making such wool as ours it has not been The Misses Marie Christensen kinds of cattle. --Qeo IL Howard. north and south schools, and re in Orson Cazier and family are port. tht the teachers unfavorable ' the season the more permanent improvements. quite so good and of course and Hammet Joslin will enteitain whenever there is a sag in the at a card exceI lare these districts the with festive better. The station's grain doing next eating turkey Saturday party of wool suffers this class . market, lent work some Mrs. BlackMr. Lawerence and produced breeding nursery Levari Notes. more than any other, but luckily evening. H. A. Christensen one ef the ' Miss May Eobbs entertained ett in Eureka. very interesting and valuable reSpecial Corrcapoaaaaea. the Utah wools were mostly all the U. C.T. sults. Very satisfactory pro " Club last Mondav Try a suit of the Toggery's $L sold out before the drop came. dir"Smith in 7 of the has made been "-Henry r Payson, prin gress TTnru-.UU winter ,V1tfr evening. last Friday alter ection of producing pure and 8u cipal of Schools at Mona, came by his "There are some firms that are Miss Pearl Ingram entertained L. A. Bailey Sr. and family are noon. pupils The down various and of strains the to drycontract next year's the Billie Club last Friday even. spent beginning youngster took perior Friday evening with Mr. spending Thanksgiving and his the afternoon Sand cereals. with and con to firm are Saturday Sunday clip. My opposed ing. and Mrs. Lee Boyer of Spring- - was "Klt-eheDetailed report of the work friends the Dalby brothers. Andrews Mr. was wool a a before it is grown spent feasting and playing given tracting ville. ' will be published and distributed shower" I believe that they games. The time was spent in duck and personally Tuesday evening Reid is Earl Thanks spending The has committee the teachers. at the proper time. Refreshments following hunting down on the McCune are right because it does not give by in a "friend" visiting giving were been The station has recently had Meadow. to take the buyer nor the grower a chance served, games played, and appointed up the Lake. Salt machine house to added Mr. with the a its A very enjoyable dance was to know what kind of a clip he will songs sung. Andrews was ichtl library question h wr. board: is the of Mrs. airman. Cox kinds have. of Horatio of too use all It a Fairview buildings. recipient Sherry. certainly great House given in the Levan Opera is here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Christensen, Miss Ingram, One of the valuable experi- Friday evening. gamble to buy wool on the sheep's ful articles. this is Miss Bertha McPherion, Mr. ments inaugurated this long before shearing, year The matriage o! Mr. Michael Ray Stewart. Two weeks from next Friday back and the collection in a country where Andiews and Nora KeUon of storage of Mrs. Emma G. Udall is here Ingram. Levan choir will give and especially rain water. For this purpose, evening the The Seventh grade beat the to is conditions be In be the solemnized the cannot Logan range visiting from Arizona, show in the a cement cistern with a capacity a grand Vaudeville la,t Lake Salt ThanksJ? b"ket bene-f- it judged. The Toggery's line of Suit Cas- - e temple today, of 800 cubic feet has been con Levan Opera House for the a of score to as Wednesday by Mr. 9. Andrews Is the Us is hard to beat 'From a rough estimate I should giving day. of that organization. .a I f t- - f structed, and water collector's uom' In foJnnaW- por Mr. Lars Jensen is very ill with say there is about 70,000,000 lbs. popu.Miniirucxor in me and conductors have been made mercial of the wool in department of High Lii Boston, Philadelphia wool suit patterns, made by a to connect the cistern with the bronchitis. Gun Club Organized m i is. uilor of and St Louis and possibly about yeara of experiencei to went Odgen roofs of the station buildings. It John D. Amtoft About a score of the nimrods 000 lbs. in Chicago still un 5,000, is believed that this experiment Monday to visit his wife's parents of the town met together the sold, but when you take into con- tiuuuttH jouug iu.il j. 1UC7 wl'4 I Toiler will prove an inexpensive and Bishop James E. Taylor went sideration the fact that the manu icioio iu nepm ounamy, ana rill other evening and effected a Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth are to look facturershave been practical method for the farm over to Dog Valley here reside remainder of the the about club, organization. The buying with Mr. gun Is era to follow in providing water over some land he expects to take spending Thanksgiving school Club year. week lbs. to a 4,000,000 3,000,000 planning to take a lease and Mrs. Arthur Booth at Provo. for theirlive stock without the up under the Smoot Act. on a be 30 about and there are weeks portion of the lands of the R. M.- - B. Tel Co. have of hauling Last Sunday afternoon meeting tween now and The costly - necessity Juab Development Co. which shearing time, it Beautlficatlon of City. several car loads of material are the haunts - of the duoks. had longdistance as at present. was addressed by Elders J. M. would seem that every thiag would At the meeting of the Ladies' im- A large amount of seed has Christensen and James Anderson. be cleaned A ; club house will be built, and between now and Literary Club last Monday even arrive for making extensive up been distributed to farmers and Pres. J. W, Paxman was present on here. their provements plant the lands guarded, so as to make the arrival of the new clip, so I ing, it was unanimously decided to other experiment stations dur- and gave some instructions at our would Finesale For choice a few them a irood place for hunting certainly not know just that it was within their province ing the year. The distribution priesthood meeting Monday even what to tell a grower to a&fliflt. in the Vwantifirntinn of gan heavy egg strain Khode Is- - the edible bird. of seed is one of the ultimate ing. Come early as the The club is also clannin? to should he ask me whether to con the city's streets, and next Satu- is purposes of the station, and by Alvah Stout. stock limited. challenare other towns of the Bosh, who had his house tract or not from his standpoint, day was designated as the day its accomplishment the farmers burned some time ago, is contem because unless 10 hunts, and something unfore- when all the young men and those Ask physicans sbout Dr. I "ute are many times repaid for their aI1 nd ot a $2,000 hotel to seen happens I should not be sur who can possibly spare time, get Read's your building plating Prt are Wn' cushions shoes for tender financial support. A much larger the take the place of the house burned prised to see them get fully as out and clean Main street E. II I et. for planned coming winter, Too-You pet them at the area than has been used before The of fiders and are a has in consented to is following assist W. much and possibly more than Sparks J. adding Shepherd gery. V . has been planted for the in number of rooms to his house they did last direction the and of the work, president, T. L. year." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Matleyare members: crease of seed; and it is expect and when finished will add to the members of the Club are going o T. H. Burton; Foote; secretary: down from Benjamin to spend ed that a much increased dis comforts of his home. to serve lunch a all to nice hot F. J treasurer; Quist; James horns is Hendrickson for John with their daughter tribution will be mads in 1910, G. M, Peter Wankier has just return thanksgiving. Mr. Hendrickson of the workers. All volunteers Thanksgiving Coleman, gler.vJacob and Mr. and Mrs. The work of the station is re ed from down south where he are meet on the to W. J. Whitmore, requested Whitmore, beef of 3500 head is feeding about : ceiving considerable recognition Purchased a car load of cows. court house comer at 8:30 Satur Wallie Batchelor. Russell Hawkins, Roy Batchelor, of in with view the Idaho steers from outside sources. Requests which he expects to hold over' til All Commer- - W. F. Madsen. W. A. MatUon, members of the day morning. commencing shipment in January for seeds and for information An interesting debate was also I me rcial Club are requested to be L. P. Anderson. Waldemar, spring. have been received from a large and Housewives' held at 'the Club meeting. Re - present on the first Monday in Anderson, J. A. Hyde Jr., T. W. The Farmers' number of places in this country, Mrs. E- R. Booth and Mrs. Ed school which will be held here solved That a man that works December at the annual election Vickers, J. L. Belliston, Harry from South Africa, wis Booth art la Provo as well I Foote, James Chase, Enoch Bur- spending for one week commencing Dec. six days should have Sunday for of officers. Algiers, Palestine, Australia, think giving with J. E. Booth. Geo. Mrs. recreation. W. Sud val of will one most the Mr. be Nicholos Edw. of Provo ton, T. C. Winn, Robert Winn, 13th, and other foreign countries. Im and W. Mrs. Whitmore J. bury ever who comes highly recommended I Geo. Sudbury, Roscoe EG rover. uable schools of its kind proved seeds from many o will spend the winter in the held here. while the supported affirmative, a take to as a skilled horse-shoe- r, has been laboratories these countries has been received Department at week oil and Prepare Mrs. Barrows and Mrs, Harvy W. When MatUon A. attend. in his you For the balance of the week. by engaged and is on trial at the station. Washington D. C. the station T. C W inn argued the negative I ten worth dollars hundred a can blacksmith cent off on all carpets get shop. Spec ' and per During the absence of Super will be in charge of Foreman of knowledge for $1., it is a pret- side of the question. The judges ial attention will be horse to Some fine patterns, given Rugs. intendent F. D. Farrell, who Stephen Bos well. decided in favor of the negative. shoeing. Jesse ty good proposition. J. R. Edgheill Tells of the Wool Prospects For the Coming Year J s . 1 Parts ue-da- g. Local Notes Sunday,-Inspecting-t- he -- . k . Pc.W J1?1 th-U- tet a to-d- ay to-d- ay J.-M- f-- son-in-la- w, 1 - up-to-da- te Pay'a, pi.