|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
LOCAL Special For Next Week NOTES Watch for "Secret Service". MrsWm. Morgan returned lome from Salt Lake Sunday. Samuel Cazier has been very for some time. Urben Cole is in from the sheep lerd for a few days. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Tlios - mm 11 We have an excellent line of high grade Ladies' Silk, vvcol and pongee waists; also a splendid larfield of Mona.-- a boy. y line of Ladies' fine voil and cloth skirts, 20 pei J. W. Whitmore returned evening from a business trip cent off all next week. You will find these excellent io Salt Lake. Also of a furs Neck small nice line Bargains, County Attorney T. L. Foote is in Eureka this week on legal off while they last. Call and see them. at Fri-la- 1- -4 We can save you money. OnoPriootooll novor Undersold CHAS. FOOTE & SONS. "Jim" Belliston went on a cat- - J I A Hot I Wafer Bottle k just the thing is for these cold winter nights. I We have them at jjj aoo tie buying trip ' to Sanpete County Wednesday. If your umbrella is broken or in need of repairing call at Benj. Warwood's. Senator J. A. Hyde was in Salt Lake Monday in attendance at the stockholders' meeting of the Nephi Plaster and Manufactur ing Co. T. II. Burton was in Salt Lake the first of the week with his brother John, who is endeavoring to have his eyesight restor ed- - Gold-Ed- All members of the Commercial Club are requested to be ge present at the regular meeting as a matter of great importance to the Club will be discussed. Pharmacy. WHERE 2 EVERYBODY GOES . New train to California via Salt Lake Route leaves Sslt Lake daily at 9:00. A. M. TEN DAYS OF Extra Low Prices ON AH winter merchandise During the next ten days, "just previous to our taking stock" we will offer all winter merchandise at exceptionally low prices. There are many remnants in dress goods, and odds and ends in Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery, Golf Gloves, Knit Shawls and Scarfs that will be sold for a very small fraction of original price, also our Ladies and Children's Coats and Skirts, Alen's and Boy's Overcoats and Suits will have ths prices cut to a whisper. We will surely have what you want and at prices a great deal lower than one would really expect to buy them fcr. Come to us for bargains during the next ten days. Excelsior MercantileCo The Quality Store. Watch and waitfor "Secret J. R. Reid has been to Salt Service" the great military drama Lake on business this week. by the Nephi Dramatic Co. in the Lost a 6 mos. old jersey very near future. calf. Return to A. H. Belliston Miss Birdie Crossland returned and be rewarded. home ' Sunday morning after There will be a meeting of the spending a pleasant holiday va- Indian War Veterans in the cation at her home in Holden. Vestry of the Tabernacle TuesEdw. Bigler is over from the day at two o'clock. Important Tintic mining district where he business. has been employed for some time. The play entitled Tempest The four year old son of Mr. and Sunshine was well renderand Mrs. W. A. Matson died at ed at the Arlington Wednesday Mt. Pleasant last week of Ger- evening. It was very a creditable v man measles. performance. Louis Garrett returned last week from the desert at Cherry Creek, and reports the sheep in excellent condition, and the pros business. for a good wool crop next pects There will be a big basketball year are encouraging. ?ame between the High School and the Snow Academy this The Howard Land and Live Dance 8:15. at after Co. shipped a carload of stock evening the game to Tintic and other cows fat local markets last Sunday. James Bird and W. II. Carter Mrs. Ernest Forrest is slowly returned Monday evening from Salt Lake. recovering from her fall on the sidewalks on Main St Oliver Wilson returned from slippery last week. One of the bones in a trip to Salt Lake Monday. her ankle was broken, and the Mr. and Mrs. Willard Garrett Forrest hotel is missing its genial were passengers on the north hostess. bound train Sunday. Nearly a hundred miles of the Ex- - County commissioner I lans road bed of the Salt Lake Route J. Hassell was in Nephi on court was washed out recently in the business. Meadow Valley Wash. The road from Mxlena to St. George was is home to Blackett Roy again also washed out and "Dixie" few weeks a the. spend during was without mail for over a winter season. Miss Florence Haynes has an week. excellent position with the Sun Stephen Boswell has purchased set telephone company at Los the old Tolley farm with water Angeles. right located in the new field The two year old son of Mr. and and he also bought the 25 acre Mrs. Ray Stewart is seriously ill form of Wm. B. Riches on the with pneumonia this week. Ridge joining the Experiment The Times editor wishes to farm on the south. The price acknowledge the receipt of a paid for the former was $1305.00, handsome lithographed invitation for the latter, $550. to the Junior "prom" of the U The county commissioners ofUV are looking for two young men Mrs. Wm. Henriod spent the to be sent at the county's first of the week in Salt Iake to the Agricultural College having her eyes treated by a to take the two weeks' horticulspecialist. tural course, in order that they P. P. Anderson returned may take the horticultural inas now home Tuesday from a trip to spector's examination required by law. The Board San Pete County. will then appoint them county Elbert Sells went to Salt Lake fruit tree inspectors. Friday to take the physical exam ination prior to his departure on a mission. County Superintendent Geo. A. Sperry has returned from the Tintic district where he has been visiting the various schools of the camps. Judge Joshua Greenwood went to Fillmore Saturday to deliver the funeral sermon at the burial cx-!en- sa -- Beaver by Auto. You can now buy round trip tickets from any station on the Salt Lake Route to Lunt and Belliston shipped one car of beef to the Salt 'Lpke market last Saturday. County Clerk T. W. Vickers the other day that Lake Salt the Brewing Co., had d iscovered been running a branch t house just outside .of Eureka limits. He notjfied them to pay up, and $600 was sent for their year's back license. A slight error occurred in the account of the will of B. Chris tensen, in last weeks' issue. In- stead of leaving $1000 to the Masonic Grand Lodge, all the residue of his estate was be queathed to this organization. James Garrett, chairman of the committee on electric lights Lost between my present home and my old home.pne coil spring and lock chain toggle, connected. Reward offered to any person finding and delivering it to me. David Cazier. B. H. Sparks is down from Salt Lake shaking hands with Mr. Sparks his many friends. is slowly recovering from a three months' illness with typhoid and rheumatism. The Commercial Club wishes to heartily thank Mrs. W. C Andrews, Mrs. A. A. Allen, and Mrs. R. F. Homer, who so kindly rendered their assistance in serving the refreshments. Mr. Theodore Lorch and to are company appear at the for an engage Theatre Arlington ment oi3 nights commencing-MondaJan. 17, " The Man Who Does things," "The Builder of Bridges", "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", are in the repertoire. Hyrum Carter writes the Times from Pine Valley via New house that thb flockmasters are rejoicing over the condition of the range and the mild and pleasant winter. He reports that snow has been plentiful, and that all sheep are looking fine. With fair prices for wool and mutton they feel that they are on a fair road to success. reports that the receipts for 1909 were $3588.45, that the expenses were about 51800, leaving a net income of $1788.45. Orson Cazier shipped a carload of hay to Nevada, last week but, owing to the railroad being washed out it hasn't got any farther than Milford. Owing to the fact that the S an Pedro cannot run its through train to Los Angeles because of the big washouts, these through trains running via Tintic have been discontinued, and the service via Nephi. shifted Under the new schedule which takes place Sunday, the morning train will leave here about 6:30 a. m. and arrive here from Salt Lake in the evening about 11:30 p. m- The regular 11:30 a. m. and 2:15 p. m. trains will stand as at present. y, - Hyde and Whitmore feel that they owe an apology to their many friends and patrons that they were unable to properly serve on on the first day of their gigantic sale, but the mad rush exceeded their most sanguine expectations. And even the large force of 25 extra sales-peopfound it impossible to wait on all the eager buyers. Their sale contin ues daily until next Wednesday and every body will receive more attention the balance of the week. Beaver by Automobile ftom Milford- - Ask nearest Agent for full particulars. Notice. le I We have decided to extend the time for paying up the subscrip-tion under the advanced rate of u muse i&u who hav'nt paid by that date will have to pay $2.00. Save 50 cts. Walk over Shoes. H AVHAT TO E X P E C T services of a friend. Mrs. Holbrook of Fillmore, sister of Mrs. John Vickers on the of Nephi. steppsl last week, one sidewalk day icy fall of the concussion and the deathimmediate caused her 200 acres for ridge land for sale apply to G. W. Sudbury Lunt and Belliston are buyers and sellers of all kinds of cattle Iost A tie pin with cluster of gold nuggets in clasp. Finder,return to Enoch Burton and rt ceive reward. - YJ1EN pect and nearly always get either poor fit, questionable style or loor wear. On the other hand when you buy what you pay for:-absol- WALK-OVE- R you get just perfect fit, utely and the extreme limit of service. And the price of WALK-OVER style certainty of satisfaction is only Lost about 3 weeks ajro thrc e $3.50 months' old block and white pigs. Finder, kindly reirt to Edw. Kendall and receive reward. 4 of Mr. D. D. Bush, on and Mrs. J. M. Pettegrrw is lu re from Downey. Idaho. Mr. Bush is engaged in the rwrcantile busi ness at that place. James Bean returned from Salt Lake Manday. Oliver Nielson returned from Salt Lake Monday. Roscoe Tolley returned f rom Eureka Monday where ho b:d been to attend the funeral of 1 5. you buy a pair of "bargain" shoes you generally ex- $4.00 $5.00 in-law Christensen. Best 00c. meal in town for 3.ic. Ji ' call in at Wm. Henoid.s and you 11 want to go again. THE BEST SAUCE is said to be hunger, but it is never purposely sought for. There are others, however, and we have them all, as well as all the good catsups, salad dressings, olive oil. etc Like every food product we keep, these condiment are of the very highest standard of excellence and we can personally recommend them as being superior to any sold. ! V Enterprise Grocery Co. Phone No. 55 Blk.