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Qeneral School Notes. -- Students in one of the seventh grade sections, under the direction of Mr. Ingram are receiving some practice along the line of debating. Last week the following question was debated: Resolved: "That England had tho right to levy the stamp act upon the Colonies." Affirmative Seymour Howell, Harvey Hawk Veterans have met to day, hear what each one has to say, Tell of battles won in many ways,.. . The Warriors. Commander Tom, and Sergeant Jake, Whatever they tell you is no fake, Didn't run when Indians made a break. Veteran Braves. Over the hills and vales They did stroll, Corporal Garrett, Ellison, and Tom Bowles, Captain Beal andCommadore Knowles, Gallant Officers. Charley Sperry and Jack Sidwell Did wonderous feats to hear them tell, As pioneers they did quite well, These two Vets. Laid off this City, see how it's grown,' Planted gardens, orchards and groves, Brought sparkling waters to your homes, These Silver Greys. Some have white and silvery hair, Others whose heads are getting bare, .. True, their lives have been full of care, These Pioneers. Here we meet the oldest of the town, All are noble, worthy of renown. May they find a rich hunting ground. Black Lucile Woods. Darol Negative, Rasmussen, Prank Ostler, Venice Wright The Affirmative side wonA few more dollars have been added to the library fund. Supt Sperry has appointed Mr. Barrows, Mr. Stewart, and Miss Bertha McPherson to assist in the arrangement of subjects for the Juab County institute which is to be held at Nephisome time in February. It is probable that Prof. George H- - Marshall of the University of Utah, and Supt E. G. Gow-an- s of the State Industrial school will be present Preparations are already being made by the local teachers to entertain all visiting pedagogues next month - ; Meeting. he attributed to their living the Word of Wisdom. At the Sunday afternoon ser- on . eveiy $100,000 assessed . 12.00 15.00 180.00 18.00 $250 00 Light iieat A shipment of Brig's Kitchen Cabinets, latest and beslouf. .Also a nice assortment of Washers, latest imBest line of Furniture south of Salt proved. Lake, at less than city prices. Abac's furniture Store. That New Coal Yard & Livery Stable Allkinds of job hauling and d ravage. Most rea sonable prices. Hay, drain and Stabling:. & HARRIS MECHAM. Librarian block west of Court House Stable one-ha- lf Incidental expenses Total It it possible then for a com munity to maiutain a respectable reading room for $a5o. or even less, annually. More, of course, bhould be expended where the Over Bri Work Fifty awards for High-Cla- ss commnnity can well af fold it, tish Exhibitions in open competition, includYet the cost of public library ing Silver Cups, Gold, Silver and Bronze need never be burdensome. NEPHI X. L. BAKERY, Henry Macartney, Prop. at ABOUT WHAT Medals, Cash Prizes, Diplomas of Merit, Etc. BOOKS? All Kinds of Ornamental Cakes For Weddings Made To Order. Well, books axe inexpensive. It should be possible for aiy live community, to begin with, One by one they're crossing the river. to gather by public subscription will a time for ties sever, at least $100 for books; and Earthly White and Reds all "tjcabo" forever. $100 will buy 200 good books. "Manuner Manuner". Each organization might help PHONE NO. 111. in this work: let tbe Sunday When your labors on earth are done school donate a Sunday school That welcome plaudit you have won, one. Eternal the all rest with set of books, and the other crgan May " All Joyously. ization likewise help provide vol Ahnufacturers of . umes that would help its raembers The district schools, too, migh o let the 5i be : xr'f Summons.glad O r Grace Bros. Evtrythlng flew and laa- misce care their for OF COURT library IN THE DISTRICT eous books, and thereby relieve JUAB COUNTY STATE OF UTAH. Co. vs. Alfred Plaintiff Lumber. Yates, the teachers of this task.' Emily Yates, Defendant. As to magazines: la one of The state of Utah to the said De Don't buy from us unless you our cities where the movement fendant: & Sash Doors, to want has begun, the library has get You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service 'of Lumber. Lath. Shiaelrs and some twenty magazines regularly this summons upon you, if served sathered from subscribers who Builder's Hardware, within the county in which this action axe glad to give them a day r.z is brought: otherwise within thirty Make your orchards pay you good money every year, by using: tha so after they arrive. days after service, and defend the SMUDGE POT. in But do net gather CofHAMILTON ORCHARD above entitled action; and in case ox Such books will such a way. your failure so to do, judgment will Frost annihilated tywitively and with little cost. be rendered against you according to do your library harm instead of the demand of the complaint, which use of this smudge pot saved the orch&rdisU of Grand The good. has been filed with the clerk of said -Get fresh books attractive Junction,, Co'o. thousands of dollars last year. court. and Interesting. Keep adding a This action is brought to recover a PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR SPRING DELIVERY r- m time to time. is This f few of bonds the dissolving judgment NOW WITH R. T BEAGLEY, Aent one of tbe main essentials to matrimony heretofore existing between and Plaintiff. the you success in a public library. HENRY ADAMS The question of books is not ' Plaintiffs Attorney Let your library be difficult. Notice. Juab P. O. Addms: Nephi City, Utah. supported by public tax, be perCounty, To Whom it May Concern: manent and all other problems Pint Publication Jan. 14th Notice is hereby given by the are Laat Publication Feb. Ill easy to solve. Ex. who take Flour and Aill Produce te' up-to-date. Gold Goin FLOOR Fresh Grcund Graham j Pres. Paxman spoke of the party that was being formed Coal, to go to Manti February 22nd. for the purpose of doing temple work, fins Caskets, and urged allot the saints to go. vSupt Cummings then emphalowest possible sized the importance of the religion class work, which is a part prices. education. tf the church school the classes He stated that while week once a now, held but were this to made have plans are being work carried on for a half hour each day. Apostle Smith spoke of the duty of sons and daughters to cay the greatest respect and undersigned that parties Nor Darents. wood off the Lunt farm situated to their fofrnca th north end of Dog Valley should this duty devolve upon Blacksmith Ne But under City be prosecuted to the full will when phi age. them only and men of the law. Also, all tent when grown young beauti more was stock Sh CD caught grazing on the women, nothing con sun will be taken up said should DTODerty ful thanjthat they ate ol All kiids ALFRED counsel their parents. tinue to m the counseled SHED LUNT Miller Blacksmith!?. Bishop this present Complete line of all blacksmith people that during croiDerity period, tojpay on inei materials, bolts, wag-o- mater debts and so arrange their affairs, ials. If you are contemplatiSummons that when the period of depress ng; any new work for IN THE JUSTICE'S COURT, IN AN ion and hard times, that usually put in your spring, rotL NEPHI CITY PRECINCT.fy folWi such Deriods, came, they orders. SatisfacC0UNTT OF JUAB would not suffer thereby. tion guaranteed. UTAH. The conference of the Mutua Before Jacob Col man, JusUce of I -- .Wv A. Matson, prop. th Peace I nlrations was held Sunday Mr. Gua Henriod plaintiff, ,vs Rsbt. vninff. Stake presidents J. E, " Arlington defendant. Sorensen and Mrs. Florence Lunt The State of Utah to the nf the Associations, reported the If vou wint the B est lor the M,,fnal to be in a flourishing Yog are hereby summoned to appear Lowest Prices buy your then the above entitled court with n before Cummings condition. Supt on after the iurrice of thi turn ten lecture days interesting mon upon you, if eerved within the hli trio to Mexico, and vividly in which this action ti brought. county described the people and customs Mt- - Pleasant Marble Wotks otherwise, within twenty dayt after Vocal aok were renaer this service, and defend the above en. The Belllatoa Local Agt. Miss and v, a ford rr raw titled action; brought against you to V I Why lose your fruit Crops by frost? ALSO. vices, val- uation. In many of our towns and cities a one mill tax will bring a fund that seems suffi cient for a modest library. Suppose this tax amounts to $250. What can be done with such a sum? The city may have some 100m or rooms, which can be obtained ree, or at a slight rental. The main current expenses will be for light, heat, rent of room, and libra 1 lan. Let tbe library be opened to begin with but a tew hours each day. Say from 4 p. to. to eight p. m. ot from five p. m. to nine p. m. On this basis we can proceed to estimate: Cost of room $:5.oo All these Veterans are pioneers . Hardships they never seem to fear, Hurrah we'll give them three cheers, These Grenadiers. Our dear Uncle Sam, you slow old chap. Give us a pension, for we've all stood pat In fighting your battles in the past Please Uncle Sam. Continued schools in their youth, become criminals. Supt Cummings made the point that statistics showed . that of the people of the world, eight out of every thousand lived to a ripe old age, while among the, Mormon people, thirteen out of every thousand attained the proverbial three score and ten. This towni the privilege of levying from one to three mills to support a library. One mill means $roo These Old Folks. from page 1.) and urged all to carry out the teachings of the Wprd of Wisdom in their lives, as well as to be able to learn it The speaker quoted a prominent statesman of the country as saying that the Sunday schools were of greater value to the nation than our stand- ins armies. Rarely if ever did those who attended the Sunday PUBLIC LIBRARY (Continued from page 4) . To Whitmore. (Big C6hfrenc Written by L. A. Bailey for Indian War Veterans Annual Party. Lines Cement, and bks at the - CALIFORNIA trip rates on sale daily Limit Returning CStxl Month Round ZfMMM treat. up-to-d- lT?i& j'$P$ Xitd?Zh;j W. ir m j " r both Of Which rVoron t anDreriated. ir much a. suasions. Mrs, rst ftmire v wha Pr4411a Lunt reported the Kelie -otira to be in good condition rHrinsr the meetings of the H.O.GOLDSBHOUGH the frr.ce. the choir under Good livery Rig. Dry and Ex pre Crawford of A. C. Wgon. Agent for CoaL No. rendered some good music Fbone m. tAJUiiro y-- c, t -2r-'rt- '" isvz?:f V Livery and Feud ;,,Stable."" u.nk!n 44-- 2. JACOB COLEMAN, Justice of the Peace. annum. a a awk (Miief gei Underwood for $45.00 $30.00 rrThese typewriters have been used some, but are 4 BANK. t. a. oerusv rr to $100 $80 Ipa when a gooa you can for a new typewriter, Oliver for $40.00 for $35.00 A Remington Interest Paid on time deposits at tho rate of 4 aga.r.t per cent per recover Twelve Dollars due and owing the plaintiff on a contract for beard lodging, and in cae of your failure to do so, judgment will be rendered you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the iustice f this court. Given under my hand this I3th dsyof Jsn. 1910. Utah. Salt Lake City. Umb Nephi National Prom Write 'or 'all information 1692So. Main Street KENNETH C. KERR. 1 Smith-Premierf- or lit ... omrx! miirfif inn. Make your business correspondence more dignified by using a typewriter. Call at Times Office for particulars HENRY TheJuab County Times Meat Dealer. The nevMest pajer ouUide of Salt Lake an'l Ogden. I buy ali Hand in your subscription before Pcb. 1st, lite year. Regular price 12.00 In advance 11.50 per year. r PARKIN. dretiei kinds, ot meat. Cbtckens IS 1 -- 2c, VcsJIl Ma tttm 1-- c, 8 Lc SEE ME FIRST.