|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
Juab County Times RECORD Successor To The NEPHI Regular price $2.00 per year. n advance Si. SO per year, Published weekly, every Friday at Nephi, Utah. RATKS IN EITJXT FEB. 1, 1910. line, 1st Local reading notices-pe- r .10 insertion Each subsequent insertion, per lino Legals-pe- r line, 1st insertion, Each subsequent per W. V. BENNETT, M.D. Some people fuss and Honesty fume and fret because Physician and Surgeon. in essential no the is have absolutely money. they Telephone No SI There is a way to get jewe'ry ousines3 as mucn tor tne OEF1CE AT RESIDENCE. success of the jeweler as for the money that is commend of his customer. D. O. MINER, M. D. able and we advise every protection Few people are sufficiently one to try it. about watches and jewelPhysician and Surgeon. We get money to- ry to defend themselves, should Pbone No 84. it and rn ?rro vv b y sav need for be there defense, money OFFICE AT RESIDENCE. is imporant to select a jewelry is the this and today store of known repute, whose only way that appeals goods may be accepted T. L. FOOTE, without to the conservative per suspicion. Attorncy-at-Lason. It has ever been our practice COUNTY ATTOKNEY. TIi is is a conserva to play fair and straight for the Phone No 6. Office at court Houbh recom- mark, and if you feel safe in we and bank tive mend conservative me- - dealing with us, it is our best HENRY ADAMS asset. th ods. Notice to Water Users. State Engineer's office, Salt Lake City, February 9, 1910. Notice is hereby given that George W. Morehous, whose post-offic- e addj e.?e County Assessor Wm. Bailey b C'allao, Utah, has made application in of the and Deputy James Garrett Jr. accordance with the requirements Laws of Utah, 1907 as umend-e- d Compiled returned from the Tintic district by the Session Laws of Utah, 1909, where they have been engaged to appropriate ten (10) cubic- - feet per in the county assessing work. tecondof water from Granite Creek, Juab County, Utah. Said water will Mrs.-E- . B. Nasomof Salt Lake be diverted at a point which bears south has been visiting with her sister 86 degrees east 1,180 feet from tho Mrs. Joseph Brown during the northwest corner of Section 29, Townpast week. . Mrs. Nason is trying ship 12 south, Rango 17 west, Salt Lake to purchase a home here, but so biae and meridian, from where it will be conveyed by means of a canal for a far has been unsuccessful, "No distance of 14,420 feet and there used from April 1, to September 15, inclu place like Nephi". sive, ot eacn year, lo irrigate acres of land embraced in Sections 21, Card of 12 south. LI, 31, and 35, Township Mr. and Mrs. Heber J. Fowkes Range 17 west; Salt Lako base and wish to heartity thank their meridian. This application, is designated in the State Engineer's office as Basket ball at the Arlington to Prop'r. night, Ft. Green vs. Nephi. Come. JACOB COLEMAN, Editor & R. J. HENRIOD, Manager. ADVUKTISING Local Notes. .05 .10 insertion, lino Poetry, per insertion per lino Resolutions of sympathy etc., Rates on display adveitinirg application -- .05 .03 .05 on i,u Thanks. many friends for their kindness No. 2738. assisting and showing their All protests against the granting of sympathy during their recent said application, stating the reason breavement in the loss of their therefor, must be made by affidavit in in Nephi Society. w Lawyer Try starting a savings account bank. with $1 Practice at this in all the courts. floor of the Goldsbrough Block. UTAH, Office-secon- d First National Bank NEPIII, S!t 59 East 3rd South Lake City, Ut. duplicate and filed in this office within Nephi, Utah. Edith Sparks entertained child. thirty (30) days after the completion of The informally Sunday evening. publication of this notice. Misses Harriet Joslin and Marie fair held here for a CALEB TANNER, long time. Best, State Engineer. Christensen, and II. F. Studley, The quaint costumes made a Date of first publication February 2!th, were present. novel and unique appearance. 1910, date of completion of publication 1st. Because we buy nothing but that which will The following are the names of March 28, 1910. Mrs. Alvin J. Ingram is visitmake the tenderest steaks and roasts. those who came in old times ing this week in Provo with her dress": Mrs. T. II. "ye 2nd. We know how to cut our meats. The best Burton, dress Ferulonud Erk-kwn- . Geo. Chrlatenaan Mrs. Our Meats are the ERICKSEN Clem-m- y Uh. jsJ 9 TOOL S j m ID W Mi JY HU m - 1 Sucond floor of ihe Erlckaeo BlocL. Oflii' MOUNT PLEASANT, - UTAH. A. CLYDE CRAWFORD. MRS. TEA6HER OF PIANO. Formerly of Suit Luke City. Student at School of music in Chicago- Studio at residence lo B II. Spark' home. DR. J. A. BOOTH, Dentist. OtUca UootDNo2 aod Phone No. 3 Winn Building l3-- 2 THOS. H. BURTON. Lie tn tea md Abstractor Notary Piblic. buy aod aeli f ! Katata Loana, Ininranca. Mlolog dtockt. 1 J j Practice la all the Covrti. and careful attention. i All Legal umUera given prompt m post-offic- CHRISTENSEN LAWYERS Why? mother Mrs. Nellie Schofield, of Stency Dewdrop; Mrs. L. E. Notice to Water Users. meats are often rendered tough by wrong and her sister Fern who is attendDunning, wedding dress 25 years State Engineer's office, Salt L;ke B. Y. the U. 9. 1910. ing old; Mrs. Dennis Wood. Grandma City, February carving. We carve our meats right. Notice is hereby given that the Juab 70 years old; dress, Brough's Development Company, by A. D. thristMiss Tola Morris entertained Mrs. George Lunt. bride of 25 enson, whose e address is Nephi 'Vi a number of her young friends in accord has made Mrs. Utah, liobert application ago; years Winn, at a dancing party at her home. costume of 1S72; Mr. Sena B. ance with the requirement of the Com A jolly time was had. Laws of Utah, 1907, as amended McCune, dress of Grandmother piled bv the Session Laws of Utah. 1909. to A dinner party was enjoyed McCune, brought from Calcutta, appropriote one (1) cubic-foo- t per se- Phone 36. Tlte Reliable Market. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. India; Mrs. Delia Foster, old time cond of water from Cow Canyon Spi ings, of said water Utah. Part D. O. Mrs. Juab County, Miner, flashy James Garrett Sr. last Tuesday dress; "A" at a in honor of the birthday of Mr. old maid of 50 years ago: Mrs. will be diverted from Spring south and which lies 8,250 feet point W. Mrs. J. dress of 1817; Hyde, Garrett. 24,331 feet,westof the northeast corner .j 0 MarK feowuy, style or w years of Section 19, Township lGsouth, Range Miss Birdie Brown and Miss ago; Mrs. Ceo- budbury, belle ot 2 west. Salt Lake base and meridian. Virgie Lesley of the Eureka 40 years ago; Misses Lulu and The remainder of said water will Ik? di- - i(( schools are the guests of Mr. and Bertha McPherson and Ethel verted from Spring "U" at a int'jl Mrs. Geo. A. Sperry during Wright more or less ancient;Mrs, which lies 11,708 feet pouth and" 23, 99 west of tlw section corner above j. K Tools For Kvery Alan. their stay here. IL T. Cowan, and Mrs. Bert Cow feet described. The water so diverted will Our Line Of Tools Are Complete. The Nephi teachers entertained an dresses of 40 years ago; Mrs, Iks conveyed by means of a jiijie line for of 21,120 feet and there Chas. a 30 of distance dress Worthington, the visiting teachers of the Our Guarantee Goes With Each and Every tool Mrs- It- F. Homer used from January 1 to December 31, county at an informal social at years ago; to irrigate 100 of each inclusive, year, of grasshopper age; Mrs. acres of land embraced in Section Look Our Line Over and the Commercial Club rooms dress 19, II. P. Barrows, Mrs. Wiggs of Township 16 south. Range 2 west. Salt Thursday evening. Music, read See For Yourself Just What We Have. the cabbage patch; Mrs. A. V. Lake bate and meridian. 1 h's applk-aings, handshaking, and excellent tion is designated in the State Kritfinecr's In The Line Of refreshments served under the Hague, blushing bride of 20 years office as No. 2613. Miss GrandNeva ago; Booth, direction of Miss Mane Christen All protests against the granting of sen of the D. S. department, mother Fellows; Mrs. Wm. Stan- said application, stating the reasons made the evening a very enjoy- ley, Grandma Golden; Miss Lucile therefor, must be made by affidavit in i! PHONE NO 1 Carter, old style dress; Mrs. duplicate and filed . in this office within t able one. Edw. Jones, Miss Helen Grace, thirty (30 days after the completion of of this notice. A very pleasant birthday party Mrs. Malon Drough, Mrs. J- W. publication C ALEB TANNIIU, was given Wednesday, evening Ellison, Mrs. IL E. Grover, Miss Engineer. at the home of Ilr. and Mrs. Haydee Patten, Mrs. Chas. Date of first publicationState February Israel Bale in lienor of the Grace, Emily Memmott, and 1910, date of completion of publication latter's f.Oth birthday. Social a few others wore handsome old March 28, 1910. chat, game?, r ;id a "good" spread" style dresses; Mrs. Florence made the affair a very happy Lunt, dress 70 Mrs. Henry Adams has returnyrs old from East ' one. Indies; Mrs. W. VV. Bennett ed from Idaho. The marriage of John W. Car stylish wedding gown of 15 years County Attorney T. L Foote ter of Nephi arid Miss Ethel ago; Mrs. Edith Sparks, one of spent last Saturday in Salt Lake Blackham was solemnized in the the dainties and prettiest old on official business. Manti temple Wednesday, and style dresses of the evening; a wedding reception will Ik given Mrs. Wm. Bailey, handsome The Supply Store. in their honor at the home of stage gown of 30 yrs. ago; Mrs Utah. the bride's parents in Moroni J. 1L Edgheill, dress of 49; Mrs-- , Nephi, this evening. Mr. Carter, the E. Burton, flirtatious spinster; Joblwrs of mall tinware and Mrs T- L. Foote, stately bride; groom, is the ron of Mr. an 1 Mr3. cooking utensils. James Carter, and a brother Dennis Wood, English sport; Stove Repairs & Extras. of ex county sirveyo'-J- . II. Carter, George Lunt, Chas. Grace, John 2 doors north San Pete Ki'hvay IJriii the children and Prince He is a young man of good char Ellison, A. V. Hague, get them some of the good west side Main Street. track, acter and naMits. the bride is Allert preachers; W. F. Madson things of life at greatly reduced prices. a well thought of young lady in and GeoSudbury, tight-- fit her home town. Mr- and Mrs. dudes; Enoch Burton, George HVIiUM HAYNES Carter wiil reside in trn II. H. Washington; J. It Edgheill, Phcnj 41. & SOX- Phone Pitch forth home which Mr. Cur- - i Thomas Jefferson; Malon Brough, Builders and Cement Workers. dudeter has recently purchased. I. I lootewcn the prize All kinds of mmt w.irk, e for being the softest and repairing at nvl j.on;ilf! f A three course dinner was dude, and Mrs. Jas. E. Gle, for prices, . . t i. served on Wednesday evening cutting the widest swath. LCI US UgVT Wllil ysu, at 5 o'clock in room 5, by the teachers' domestic science class, Miss Sleapley acting as hostess. I The room was f.rtisticaily decorated in the national colors. Covers were laid for ten. Excellent music was rendered durBeautiful c ak fountain, furniture and every thing else to rratch. A Car Lccd Of Barh Wire the The ing following eating. Freshest Chocolates, of the McDonald, Sparks ard PicIJ Pence Arnold Wire, participated in the dainty dinner: Sweet make. Naih. Pence Staples, Misses Steaply, Grundy, Orrock, Ingram, Paxman, Colo, Sperry, Full Hne of Tobacco Poultry Netting, Manure Porks, and Cigars, The famous Koyal Jmkery c.kes Miss McPherson, and Miss P?r-th- a GnrJcn Street Rakes, ani bread always on hand. McPherson. & Boom l Blub Prints. Pbomb Buki. Wimm No 1383 - ENOCH BURTON Architect. - Kridroca Specialty. Wins Bdildiko Koom No 6 TOOLS J. R. DOWNS, ) - rtawKins & OGKey, BEST HOME MADE CASKETS. Complete bloc a Burial bboa Fin llraraa lo cenoaciioa Offica at Kaldnca. Pnoba No 105 red GEO. W. BOOTH, Merchant Tailor. dinners anb plumbers. nrSalefiappens every Saturday - Bulla made to Laet and Fli at Baaaoa able Prlora. Long Experience lo Eaaw rn Tailoring liouaea. FORREST HOUSE FOR TRAttUHO MtH Sum elegant appointed eight room addition, eteam beat, One blk eaat ol old Co-o- p Pbone 23 HtADQUAtrEHS battet. CITY BARBER SHOP COURTEOUS TREATMENT FIRST CLASS WORK. N. A. NIELSON, Propr. Three Doors North of P. O.J - - bc mHtnnona . - X T PEXTON I l. M.NMI, UTAH fcl 1 9, brirk-layin- dam-phul- SPRS THE AH 0 L Y M P A. JUST Washington's birthday was garded by all of those who tended as the most enjoyable at- af- - A. V. HAGUE, Proprietor. GOODS ARRIVED tVORYTIIINO kinds of hot and cold drinkt, and i;c cream IN HARDWARE t The Old Times party given on re- 6 n i I o n ..mmi rvoer k.lo. i KtlMMMilaf, If it'a rttolC. ratAatN. tiff trifle ' firt clafacrk ytu'rt looking for go to The Modern Karber Shoo. Finest and Most barber shop in Nephi. Boot-blac-k siand and baths in connection. up-to-da- te Two doors south of p. O. BATCHELOR ELLIOTT Bros, propr's. MILLER, Utah. NpM. IIeakiuartra for Sinjrer andWheder SEWING MACHINES. The best on earth. See me for all sewing machine ex tr&s and rppairs.