|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
- . A Juab County Times Mr. Meakin JACOB COLEMAN, Editor & Prop'r. ' R. J. HENRIOD, Manager. Regular price $2.00 per year. In advance Si, SO per year, Published weekly, every Friday at Nephi, Utah. Application for entry maiier at the Pott Office pending. to Suggestion ' accood cUn at Nephi, Utah " Thanksgiving i The Times sends greetings to all its readers on this joyful Thanksgiving day. We mnst express our thanks to each and all of you for your good patronage. The merchants have been liberal with their advertising; our jobbing department is rushed to death with work all the time; our subscription list has nearly doubled, and we fetl grateful for it all. We know that the people ol this community have cause foi thanksgiving this year also. Our dry farm lands "which were tickled in the spring havf laughed us a most bountecus harvest. Close to J 30, 000 bushels of grain were raised this yiar, where a few years ago, nothing grew before; our banks have greatly increased their business; our stockmen are S lipping out hundreds of cai 1 .ads of cattle to good markets; our business blocks and homes are multiplying rapidly; our flouring mills are running night The Club Commercial gave a little informal social at their parlors the other evening. The members' wives and lady friends were invited; also the members of, the Ladies' Literary Club wera guests. , A very excellent program was rendered in which Mr. and Mr. John P. Meakin were the chief well entertainers. All were pleased with the iustructive except one fea ture which was not scheduled on the program. Pres. Whitmore of the Club vas informed that Mr. Meakin was giving his lectures free, and it was suggested that a collection be taken from all the asse mbled members and their guests to defray his expenses. Mr. Whitmore deemed it improper to collect from the invited guests and called the club members into a ;ommittee room, and the were made there. That was all right, for lectures xnd entertainments cannot be riven for nothing. That which .ve believe exceeded the bound3 f propriety, however, was the iirning of the Commercial Club social iuto a book canvassing aeai, by which not only the members, but the guests as well, were solicited by the author, Mr. Meakin, for the price of his do-atio- ns book. We do not know how all of the lub members regarded the matter, but we do konw that many if them felt that the club had volume ot business which comes before the club is disposed of in a business-lik- e manner and with dispatch. All these qualifica tions and. more, the successful president of the club must have. It is important, too, that an able man be selected at this time. A wave of decline seems to have sweRt over many of the clubs of the state. The Tintic Com mercial Club has ceased to exist; the Richfield Club is in debt; a supposed prosperous club of a neighboring city is away in arrears in the payment of its rent, and they are threatened to be ousted from their building; and others whom we would no care to mention, are in serious financial straits? The Commercial Nephi Club however is in a prosIt has the perous condition. y furnished most rooms and parlors south of Provo ;has money i n the treasu ry a big member-ship- , and a good He who has not a syshabit of saving tematic is without any fixed purpose in life are willing to save the hundreds, but to most of us, money does not come this way. How few seem anxious to save the dimes. AH The starting of a saving account is important. $1 deposited with us will do it. First National Bank attendance at the meetings. We hope the members of the Club may be successful in selecting a president and other officers who will maintain the Club's present high standard, that it may live long, and be the, greatest factor in the upbuilding of East Juab County. Nephi, interest news-tap- er office and wished to adver tise for her husband who had When told that dicappeared. they charged 'two dollars tn inch she went out saying it would break her up at that rate es her husband was over six feet long. Exch. He must be capable of exercising great tact in smoothing over the little differences and dissensions photographs are more than that necessarily arise where a fjurGood photographs tbeyaie large body of men must accom- true portraits: bringing out all plish the greatest good with that's best in character and in the least friction. He must un dividuality. derstand parliamentary rules to the extent of presiding im- -j ALMA CHASE, and the that partially seeing PHOTOGRAPHER, Geo. Cbrl.WBMB. Feraliiand Erlckaea. CHRISTENSEN & LAWYERS All General Practlc la all to. CoarU. Legal matter glvea prompt and carafal alt.alloa. 9 East 3rd Sott'h Salt Lake City, t)t Offlca Sacona floor iba Krlckaeo Bloek. ? UTAH. MRS. A. 6RAWF0RD CLYDE PIANO. OF TEABHER Lak. City, Student at School of music No one wants to eat that which is Tough. If you want a nice tender steak or mince Dentist. Offlca UoomaNo2 and 8 Winn Building Peon No. 13(5.2 THOS. H. BURTON, Abitractor frf Notary Pvblte. I buy sad Mil foal Eatata Loans, Ioiuraoco, Mlalng Stock. Blub Psixt. Boom 1 Pboki Wnra Bloo. No 136-- 1 ENOCH BURTON Architect. Would you like to know Beeldeaeaa a Specialty, No 5 Wimr Bdilduto Book L. M. PEXTON Painter and Decorator. Gradual 1-- of your fuel bill? 2 Chicago Bcbeol of Patallog Decorating aed Papor Hanging. OflUt at EoUrprlae Grower jr. Pooa Mb Ik If so. call in and let us tell you how the MOORE'S FIRE KEEPER will do this for you. You dont have to take our word for it. All you have to do is try one for 30 days. If it - isn't just what we say it is, we will call and take the stoe andeveiy "nick' of will be refunded ycur rr.oney -- J.ffrlea" hosa. la - DR. J. A. BOOTH, Litnm The Reliable Market. How to save in Chicago. at realdenee Studio roast, Call at my shop. & Vawkjns Phone OGhey. Xo. 1. J. R. DOWNS, BEST HOME MADE CASKETS. Cobb pitta Stock Barlal Shoe Fi d Heara I a ooa a octloa Offloa at Raaldeaoa. Pbob No 109 r4 GEO. W. BOOTH. Merchant Tailor. Bolt mad to Laat and Pit at Baeaca aol P Long Exporlaaaola Eaat ara Tailoring Boaae. ;!. NEPHI HOUSE. Good Home Cookinr. Couneoo Tr.atm.at, ftatot 11,80 pet day Z Blka aorta of court Bona on Mala 8t Pkoa No 48, FORREST HOUSE II!OH S (.. F0M HCADQUAATCRS Bit TMirtLltQ elrgaot appointed algal room !.deVtioa, aUan boat, batb ate. Pboao n This is the season when the house parties and other socia Oa blk aaat of old p functions are beintr had. nil Whv" tro to thp t v. j lit VUUIC VI ' CITY BARBER SHOP preparing refreshments when we can furnish you ice cream in any kind of fancy bricks delivered to your house the minute you are COURTEOUS TREATMENT AMD Also all kinds of ready to serve it, at prices most reasonable. FIRST CLASS WORK. punches, chocolate creams fresh from the factory. Fresh shelled" wall nuts and pecans, oranges and bananas. N. A. NIELSON. Propr. Thr Door North of P. O. Cold weather calls for HO DRINKS. We have them. Co-o- B V4 I Zbc ICMmvona Confectionery. JPliotio paid on time deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. Office a? coubt Boom PbooaNoS. mmwa Nephi National went into a L COUNTY ATTORNEY. Formerly of Salt A man who has kept count of the number of kisses exchanged with his wife since their union consents to its publication as follows: First year, 35,500; second year, 16,000; third year, 3,650; fourth year, 120; fifth Phone 38. He then left off keep. year, 2. ing the record. Exch . p, A woman L. FOOTE, aw Attorney-at-- s' kinds of meats, sausages, meats at Stock-Holde- community. T. Hi AM Willi, com-nunit- y's upbuilding-of-th- e- Phone No 14. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. MOUNT PLEASANT, dry-whe- at s, O. MINER, M. D. Physician and Surf eon. D. I IPJUlt v AH suffered an indignity and that Mr. Meakin had committed a and day to supply the enormuos serious indiscretion, and had lost that hearty endorsement, which demand for our famous flour; the new plaster he otherwise would have had Now is the time for excursion to of paris mill is running full blast from the Club had he given his land of sunshine. Round the glorious and shipping its "superior pro- entertainment aud waited until rates , $50. 00, good returning 6 trip ducts to all the large cities of the next day to do his canvass months. All information about hotels the west and northwest This ing. resorts, ocean beaches and motor roads Mr. Meakin, is without ques can be obtained of K. C. Kerr, D. P. enumerates a few of our A., Salt Lake Route, Salt Lake City. miny blessings. Let tion, a splendid entertainer; has GOING EAST? If so ask Salt Lake route us then paus for a moment on done a great service for Utah in Limited this good old day, and devoutly the east, and is now engaged agent aabouttoLos Angeles Chicago and St Louis. day saving give thanks to the Giver of all in a most laudable work for the Ask any Agent or write to K. C Kerr, young of this state, but if he D. r.A.. Salt Lake City blessings. I wishes to have his fame and the good will of the people follow Notice. him, as well as precede, he must annual The not a Sanitary give heed more to the rules o meeting of the Why rs of the Nephi Irripropriety than he has done here Drinking-Fountaln- ? gation Company will be held at in Nephi. the County Court House in Nephi One of the greatest purveyors City Utah on Monday, the 6th. of disease in this city is the drinkof December A. D. 1909 at ing fountain on the court house Who will be the Com day 2 o'clock P. M. for the purpose corner. A person, who, perhaps, the is suffering from tonsilitis, inmercial Club President? of selecting two Directors forothand three term of any years cipient diphtheria, typhoid, and Who will be the next Presi er business that may properly other malignant diseases, drinks out of the public cup, and at the dent of the Commencial Club come before said meeting. The Board will present at said same time, deposits a few disease Mr. u. m. Whitmore, the re microbes on its edge. A person tiring president, has made such meeting their annual report of and disbursements for well, walks along, a splendid presiding officer, and receipts absolutely 1909. the year drinks out of the cup, and at the the club has nearly doubled its and prospered so By order of the Board of Direcsame time swallows one or more member-shiof the disea.se germs left ly the well under his administration tors. ALMA HAGUE. party above mentioned, goes home that many of the members would Secretary. and a few days thereafter com- like to see him hold the office Mr. But mences ailing with an attack of for another year. some disease, and wonderes how Whitmore. being the mayor elect. heevergotit. No doubt he rins- thinks that he will have enough ed out the cup tfore drinking, on his hands in the administration and thought he had removed all of the city affairs. lioscoe E. Grover, T. L. Foote, danger, but he was fooled. In BANK. FL F. Homer, are some of the the cracks and crevices of the ordinary cup, the germs become candidates mentioned by their lodged, and a mere rinsing does friends for this position. The office of president of the not remove ordistroy them, and is a most important one. club they are taken into the mouth by the lips of the drinker, and thus and requires a very able man to He must be the numerous diseases are spread fill it successfully. lxt us by an means do away enthusiastic lor the progress He must with this disease spreader. We of the community. hope that the city council will con- be diplomatic in getting all of and have the rival merchants and business sult the health-officerthe present drinking fountain re men to work together harmonit. a. osTtv. rmMi ously for the one purpose the L. t. Ilil. placed with a sanitary one. f TiMnH a Utah. Telephone No 51 OEF1CE AT RESIDENCE. ERICKSEN 3..si i hand-somel- W. W. BENNETT, M.D, Physician and Surgeoft. We have bean selling watches and jewelry In Nephi for more than twelve years. all this time we have During sold only good goods, most cf which is still giving the owner service and satisfaction. We are especially interested in giving our customers from Nephi the utmost value for their monev, and there never was a time when we were so able to do this, as. now owing to a larger stock and increased volume of business. Try a postal card or letter and get any informa-tio- -i you desire. If it's firat claaa work you're look ins tnr m in The TVo. .41. Modern Finest'and Most Birber Shop. up-to-da- bar- te ber shoD in Nenhi Pt.l.l-t- , s stand and baths in connection. Two door aouth of P. O. BATCHELOR Carvers for Thanksgiving Roasters for your Turkey Bros propr'i. Livery and Feed Stable. mmi- Silverware for presents. Ranges to cook on Heaters, of all kinds, to keep you warm - i at i all trala. H. O. GOLDSBHOUOH Good Lhrcry mgn rhort Everything in Hardware at f Dray and M, txpnm n0 442 you,wjnt the Best for tic Lowest PrrM ..... f-- Cooper Pyper & I'ho ne No. 40. Co. Mt Pleasant Marble Works rh9. Blllato Local Afl.