|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Juab County Times|
cold days These NOTES LOCAL PREHOLIDAY BIG ANNUAL Thos. Worthington is recovering from his recent illness. Mrs. Joseph Cowan is seriously ill this week. Lynne Wright returned home Sunday from Salt Lake. - Doubtless remind you that you need an Overcoat. so, call and see our new line. We can show you Coats shown some of the best and most this season. 1 up-to-d- ate ; $9.W See'our line of Boys and strictly high grade and ' up-to-d- ate i Mens Suits, styles. all new line of Sill! Waists Just: received. Call We can show you the nicest line and see them. in town. Our prices are right. We cansave you money, A i novor One Prioo to TJjo deraold CHAS. FOOTE & SONS. Rubbers ask for the Royal Blue Brand. They are the Best. When you want DAILY GET YOUR W.- - AT HYDI WHITMO EE 00. & and FRIDAY 26th. and 27th. NOVEMBER From 10 SATURDAY to 50 per cent off on Senator J. A. Hyde was in Salt Lake the last of the week. Tribune or A boy was bom to Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Linton Jr. Tues-do- y. HeraldRepiiblican FROM US. AVE HAVE THEM EVERY All doing well. .Mr. and Mrs. James Vickers were Mrs. W. W. Bennett went to passengers on the ' east " train Tuesday. bound Provo Tuesday to visit with her W. A. C. Bryan, and L E. parents. went on a business trip Dunning Geo. B. Hobbs went to Juab to Juab Monday. Saturday to look after his oil in terests there. Surely no citizen wants to be of his sued for the James. Mynders, formerly a trouAvoid all this taxes. poll resident of Nephi, is here from Richble with James by settling Salt Lake, the guest of Mr. and es, the City Street Supervisor at Mrs. H. D. Goldsbrough. once. Russell Hawkins and - L. W. Mrs. Nellie Schofield and her Evan s went on a duck hunting Fern have moved to trip to Mills Saturday evening. daughter the latter is pursu where Provo, The former brought back 21 of a course ing study in the B, ducks and the latter seven. Y. U. Miss Olive Syndergard. left John C. Painter has sold his on a to Saturday Ephraim, meat market to James Redden, trip Mt Pleasant, and Richfield in the who will conduct the business interest of the R. M. B. TeL Co. hereafter. Mr. and Mrs. George Ellis have Mrs. Claud Burquist went to moved to Payson where they will Manti Tuesday to visit with re make their future home. latives and friends. Educational, Economical, En What? Why, the tertaining. Picture Show. An evening's ennon-paym- DAY. We also take subscriptions. Gold Edge Pharmacy. i Sudbury went on a business trip to Provo, Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Jacobson returned home Sunday evening, Mrs. J R. Reid was a passenger to Eureka Tuesday, Miss Allie Bryan came home from Provo Monday. Judge and Mrs. Greenwood re turned from Salt Lake Sunday evening. Miss Mina Latimer, who is teaching at Mills, spent the week end at her home here. Mrs. Rosa Patten has moved back to Nephi from Provo. "No place like Nephi." Miss Bertha Bailey was a pass enger on. the north bound train Sunday. Geo. "Everydody Everywhere Knows" Shoes, Shoes, Shoes! Men's Shoes, Shoes, Misses, . Children's Shoes, Shoes for Everybody can be found at our store. Every pair selected, not only on their reputation for durability but for their styles as well. - up-to-d- ate tertainment for 10ct. For Bale, A $100. cream separator for $50. In good condition. Also some good Jersey grade milk cows, $50 each. Call early and get a good choice Roy Whittaker. ent In Shoes Is rare, but you will find our shoes manufactured by experts; men The most per- ka. who understand the business. Peter Sorenson returned fect fitting shoes you ever wore. Every pair is from a to the re- - Geo. C. Whitmore spent part of last week in Salt Lake on busi- ness. Edward Cazier shipped 34,000 pounds of alfalfa seed to Odgen The Infant daughter of Mr. and last week. He purchased practic- Mrs. Hyrum Jensen Is dangerousally all of it from the farms here- - ly 11 with erysipelas this week. A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, the son of Postmas W. B. Riches last Thursday. ter Dennis Wood, was taken down A daughter was born to' Mr. and with diphtheria last week, but the Mrs. Ray Stewart Thanksgiving antitoxin was promply administered, and he is practically well morning. now. Mr. Wood was fumigated, If she drives you to drink, take and returned to his post of duty her to the v inn-on- a and get some on Sunday. " Leon Christison has the honor of winning the prize of five dollars offered by E. aud D. F. Winn, for a name for their confectionary is the one store. "Winn-ona- " which was selected out of the hundreds of names that were submitted. Mr. Christion is kept busy "setting 'em up" to his defeated competitors. . thing hot. Buy your Red Cross Xmas stamps at the Toggery. John C. Painter has sold his Meat Market to James Redden who will conduct the business hereafter. Mrs. Elizabeth Batchelor is spending Thanksgiving with her son George at Spanish Fork. If it's correct to wear in Mrs. Hyrum Marble was in Provo last week visiting her hus- J ban d at the mental hospital Mrs. S. A. Chase went to Eure Real Comfort Mrs. Isaac Cartwright is covering from a long illiness. it's home Friday sold under an absolute guarantee. EXTRA SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY capital. trip Thos. Haycock returned home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wynder are here from Canada visiting Mrs. Wynder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Kendall. They will spend the winter here. "No place like Nephi. " We have bought fifteen dozen pairs of Ladies' and Misses' samThos. H. Burton is planning them to offer to able leave here the first of January in are and shoes a at saving price ple great to attend a law school. at l;ss than cost to us, bought under ordinary circumstances. When down town why go to There are no two alike and every pair is a beauty. the bother of walking back home This will mean to you a saving like this: again for your noon meal. Call ONLY. atWm. Henriod's. $6.00 shoes 5.00 " 100 350 " " ft r $3.75 " " He'll treat Miss - Bj sure and take advantage of this offer. Excelsior MercantileCo Georgetta Paxman is spending Turkey Day - with her mother in Salt Lake City. Get your butter wrappers t the Times office. The Times partment is job-printi- ng A de and h turning out some 'fine work. Sample it. Prof. Mark Robinson Kan moved hSs family to Springville, where he occupies the position of supervisor of music in the public schools. w mm "Let us clothe you." you right. 3.00 2.75 ' 2.25 The Quality tore. . JltlIlS in His. r Fashioned Thanksgiving day, such as our Puritan forefathers used to revel in, wasn't near as enjoyable a feast as the table that groans with the weight of good things from Jude's. Delicious plum puddings, and pies, raisins, figs, nuts, mince meat and flour for your Thanksgiving baking and everything to make your Thanksgiving dinner a feast will be found at Jude's. up-to-da- te hih Real Old i rimrarxt Pa CnfArnnra UIUIUJ KjV. ClimjJlldt Phono No. 55Blk.