|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
Juab County Times To The NEPIII Successor Editor RECORD & Prop'r. R. J. HENRIOD, Manager. JACOB COLEMAN, There is a time in the young John Carter is seriously ill with man's life, known as the egotheart trouble, and hi3 marriage istical age, when the son thinks has been indefinitely postponed. Call on Mrs. S. B. McCune's he knows more than the father, Mrs. II. T. Cowan, and Mrs. millinery store for children's! and says there is plenty of time Schofield returned to school straw hats. 15c to $1.00. Nellie to begin saving money. from an Wednesday Nephi Hawaiian famous that As he gets a little older and Try trip. Olym-lpia- cream the ice at more pineapple experience, he decides his father is a man of pretty good REWARD OFFERED judgment. Ladies' Tailored and House A reward of $25.00 will be paid A little later on the son real Dresses just in at Excelsior. to for information the he is not as smart as he izes leading Hawes' von Gal Hats for men and conviction of the per- thought he was and" now sees arrest at Excelsior. son or persons who have been de- that his father's views are correct Mrs. W. A. Matson has returThe school of experience is facing monuments in Nephi City ned from Mt. Pleasant where she Cemeteries, or who may hereafter an expensive one and our fathers has been living during the windeface or of the all been through it. have propany destroy ter. in said cemeteries. the erty It is a pleasure for the fathG. M- WIIITMOIIE $800 buys ' a city block with er to feel that his son knows the good water right, located in the Mayor of Nephi City- value or money ana is saving a eastern part of the city in the percentage of his earnings. canyon draught, best fruit land A small sum, $1. will start a to Users. Water in this locality. Call at Times Notice State Engineer's ollice, Salt Luke savings account at this bank. office. Local Notes. atNephi, Utah. RATES IN EFFECT FEB. ADVERTISING 1, 1910. Local reading noticea-pe- r line, 1st 1 insertion' Each per line Legals-pe- r subsequent insertion, line, 1st insertion, .05 .10 Each bu bsequent insertion, '.05 per line .03 line insertion per per Poetry, .05 Resolutions of sympathy etc., Rates on display advertising on -- application. 1 - City, February 9, 1910. Mrs. W. W. Crabtree of Salt Notice is hereby tfiven that George address Morehous, whose post-o(!iLake returned to Salt Lake Tues- W. Roll of Honor. id C allao, Utah, has made application in day after a pleasant visit with accordance with the requirement of the her sister, Mrs- - T- - A. Foote. Compiled Law3of Utah, 1907 as amendAre you going to have your ed by the Session Laws of Utah, 19o9, Mrs- - Eleanor name on the municipal improveTaylor came to appropriate ten (10) cubic feet per ment roll of honor? In the first down from Salt Lake Wednesday second of water from Granite (reek, issue of the Times after Arbor to visit her sister, Mrs. Geo. O. Juab County, Utah. Said water will be diverted at a point which bears south day on April 15th, we are going Ostler. cast 1,180 feet from the to publish a list of names of all Mr. and Mrs- - W. A. Bowles northwest corner of Sec-ti- n 29, Town- persons who have cleaned their wentto Provo Wednesday tomeetehip 12 south, Rane 17 went, Salt Luke sidewalks and the streets in front their son Alvin who has returned bae and meridian, from where it will of their property to the middle of from an extended mission to New be conveyed ly means of a canal for a fee t and there used the road. We are going to make Zeland. distance of Whit-mor- e from 1, to September 15, incluApril with Mayor arrangements V. P. Cardon of Logan, who has sive, of each year, to irrigate i,-to accompany the Times acres of land embraced in Sections 20, editor on a tour of inspection up been appointed U. S. expert in 27, , and 3", Township 12 south, and down every street in this charge of the Experiment station Kange 17 west; Salt Lake b;ie ami D- - Farrell meridian. This application, is designatown, and take the names of all here to succeed F. down came in the State Engineer's el lice a in ted Wednesday cleaned resigned, who have up people 2738. No. of his new to take this way. charge night All ' protests against the gianling of We hope that we may have a position- said application, siating the reason large list of names to publish, and Don't loose a day waiting to therefor, must be made by affidavit in we trust that all good citizens have your tires set. Rosenvall duplicate and filed in this office within will join together for a more sets 'em in twenty minutes with thirty (30) days after the completion of notice. beautiful city. Remember, we the new cold tire setter. Come publication of this CALEB TANN'Elt, want your names on the municipal and see it work. I do fine wagon State Engineer. improvement roll of honor- and buggy repairing. All work Date of first publication February har- 1910, date of completion of publication guaranteed. Rear-Ostle-r's March 28, 1U10. Municipal Improvement Butter Wrappers. Several people who are obeying the lay and using printed butter ness shop, Main st In the account last week of the Mutual program at the First ward, the vocal duet which was so well rendered by the Misses Lilly and KatePexton was omitted by an error of the compositor. Nsphl. Utah. 9 . To whom it may concern. Notice is hereby given by Sti-t- e the I t - ;.r- Cal-o- - fTT? If y:t are in town address, where you mlactton guarantcei to every travelers. From iOc up. one." Lunch. s because it can 111. f r .V JIENIJV MACA1JM.Y, S. OST1.KIV Trf.MMit L. S. lll'l, PARKIN e, ft II HUM HAYNES V & SOX- ft Builders and Cement Workers. ti All kinds cement work, ,i ar.J uj uirir.ff at moht reasonable cflirick-layir.p- ;, rice. Let us figur; with you. ELLIOTT easier Utah. fur Singer andWhcclcr Wilson SEWINc; 'MACHINES. -8-3 Ths best on earth. Us. NOTiCE. ri. K'f' I nnrl Offlr Palt Ike 13. IV'ir.iary 1 Utxin II "C iy Conrrrn: J, N"! i.. clven that the M,j o .,f ( f,n,l In thlft ofHre M'. rtrd hy the ftaid I V .ih. City. 1 Ph one 41. i, n h-- r. i . r;.;--- - 1 It; l .1 , .f tl,f .lily U .Ki .v ro j on .boo tins :'.. buy .SHAMROCK ( i t' i.' -- I ' ! f.f rM at car !aJ rales. I'VIMVl 11 tiy; ill I AVil VH I. 1' 1 . f un!ir A ! ii i inr f rrI a tby fiiisiiiruniisly ;on Ity lrjrf tie jniti!;- - I l(iHn;pnial ;iInsI any of U: http tliat t)i sn;r- ii, mlt.r.-nIk- - 't ill" "T tr.-f- n. ' :ii' tra If l!t'i7, trarts or fnitdiTiilonil 1 la - rrgula-lior- s or prott( th claim of th utate 2'i, t iI t St. Patricks Day, The NVAK'il tr i ht IiNAMHUiD i'- . t. . !. - f Ur-- - r Crysalitc fiiuuncl 0.1 i.(,2'. b . f puliliration of Irf ii' d rf any thn nott(.' lhreaftr. bikI lnfi.r final aii!ovaI and eertifl-'"''ii- . Ware. Juui arrived, . 1 . I J as lj. H 'i N. V. f', ' find Ihcm by " ial , 1 J f 9 r '' i. Act of fir. M; K. K. ;. r. n s., r. r.. . viz: H. ; fng the :'. l.y ; You extrii te 1 Zhc Mtnnona I fT fr ailandsewing machine Sec mc repair. Eggs and Post Cards. - MILLER, Nephi, up-to-da- 4'- FIRST. EE ME ;5S Mutton l --'c (. hitUcn.. 12 i 1 2c, Ws.1 9c. U A 91. dressed of meat. 0 We have a large stock of all Easter Baskets, Chicks, Rabbits, n' C.biiT Buotb K Meat Dealer. OGK'ey. oinj; r,(T. J. K 2 Gifts fro s..i- t- ! time deposits at the rate of 4 per cent per annum. & r. Prop. BANK. Propriet or. applied by anyone. Because we have it in any color you desire. Because, when once dry it will never rub off Becwso, it can be purchased in amin il j by just dropping into Buy You r up for Miin A. Matson, Interest Paid on viiiiiiccs anb EMumbcrs. I N'orlli I W. i I buy all kinds X ii0 ma:k:eii;y. niONEKO. P Nephi National Hawkins 8: tc?, .ni I L Y '...iy. Ui. k: 1! 1 call and have lu;ich at ihz above will find cverytlvnj cf th: Clean and ccmforfablc roorr s, ccurlcous ircatme ,t L-- n, ..t X. L. BAKERY, NEPH Blacksmithing. Tint Wall Coating is used in every hy ate up-to-d- Complete line of all blacksmith materials, bolts, wagon materials. If you are contemplating any new work for spring, put in your ' orders. Satisfac- - , tion guaranteed. home. -i Charles E. Stei'her.M,n of HENRY I i kinds All CAL - O -TINT undersigned that parties pub'o ation Febniaiy 2.ih. who take wood or izts off the Date t.f f.rt 1910, date t.f ti.rrpktit n t.f j iibhcatitin Pir Stejihenson farm situated around March 2. l'.'IO. Sage Valley ass will le prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Also all livestock caught 4-- 1 rvi. PEXTON NtfMI. UTAH grazing on the a fore said jro . 1 rerty v,i!l le taken ut for tr s- pass. II. Spurk'a hone, U Shop. A. V. HAGUE, t-- We owe an apology to John C. Halt for publishing a letter which was evidently written as a private one. We received it the day we were going to press, and danced it over hastily, and thought that it would lie interest ing reading for the Times readers and, at the time, did not consider how one or two rather strong cx tiressions used might le con strued by English people; and how Mr. Hall's description of a certain section of England, might be inferred as applicable to the whole of England. We have re ceived several letters in reply, and have selected one for publi cation, which we regard as less irate end more temperate in its criticism than the others- - The other communications were exceedingly well written, but, a3 it is the policy of the Time3 not to publish any personal attacks any of its subscribers, we are compelled, for this reason, to deny these articles publication. lu Ut'iii-- Nephi City Blacksmith All kinds of hot and cold drinks, and ice cream u The Letter Prom England. City. Chicago. StuUlii ul vvh Full line of Tobacco and Cigars, The famous Royal bakery cakes and bread always on hand. ' 1 misdemeanor. PIAKO. Salt Lake of Student at School of music in Sweet make. " ? CF TEASJIEH Beautiful oak fountain, furniture and everything else to match. Freshest Chocolates, of the McDonald, Sparks and tale tngmeer oiiice, tj.i i.:.;.e ' City, February J. 1S10. the Juab is that Notice hereby given , CLYDE CRAWFORD. Kuruia-rl- selection. 59 E;st HE Development Company, by A. I. address in Nephi whohejoht-ofiic- e Utah, has made application in accordance with the cijuircmcnt of the Compiled Laws of Utah, lUoT, us amended by the Section Lawacf Utah, !:.'!, to i per appropriote one (1) cubic-fwater from Cow Canjn Springs Juab County, Utah. Fart of s.t?d water will be diverted from S;r:r.g "A" at a oint which lies J,2."! feet .'(.iJlh and ner 21.331 feet west of the northi a.--t of Section 19, Tovsn'hiplCftulh, Range 2 west, Salt Luke bate L.td r. ridmn. The remainder f aid water w.l) t e di verted from Spring "i;" at a jioir.t which lies ll,7ii feet rouih end .A,l'M feet west of th-- i rvction timer almve !ecribed. The water bo ih.vit d w .ll iit.e for tie conveyed ly mcannof a p there i distance of 21.12-- feet ied from January 1 to Decernlcr El. .ncluaive, of each year, to imgite 1W acre of land embraced in Set Un 1'J, Township 16 nouth, Uar.pt? 2 wt t. Salt Lake liare and rr.er,d,;i. 1h.s npj.lica-Uo- n is designated in the State Li.g;ntcr' like a No. 2 13. All proteuls iainfl the- fcri.nt.rg '.aid application, Mat.ng tie reaxr, 'hercfor, nuat U-- mw l y aff.davit in .if. within Hiplk ate and f.lttl in t n 01 i ; the after t thirty ('') day publication of thi not.te. ALI-.TANNER, UTAH. 1 M fa wrappers as reiuired by the statutes, complain that there are many persons in this community Spring Styles in Hats for men who are violating the law and Hawes' von Gal kind, at the liable to arrest themselves laying Excelsior. and a fine by soiling their butter without the jirinted wrappers. The law is very strict in this regard, as follows; "Sec 746x20. On each package of butter manufactured and offered or exposed for sale in the state of Utah, there shall be stamped upon the wrapper of each package the name of the maker thereof, with address of same, and the actual number of ounces contained in said wrapper or package at the time of its manufacture." A violation of this section h punishable as a MRS- - A. First National Bank Notice to Water Users. Ihri.l-enso- MOUNT TLlSASANT, It is our business to help intelligently in making your - , S Sueurnl dour uf tlje EilcUwn BlocU. OffU-- There's no reason why your watch should not be right to the second. Don't make the excuse. Get a watch that times you and be on time. 4 YE-R- rruriico In nil the CourlH, iu.ia.jin kUvu prompt ami ettrvfu III trillion. l .VU wrong don't go. was CHRISTENSEN L A W The excuse that your watch out-of-to- Regular price $2.00 per year. In advance Si. SO per year, Published weekly, every Friday & ERICXSEN When You're Late iwr tin the than for asrleiiltnral rTffvfi i'rfil C.' I. ''1 ami tinted for tiffire at Failnr" r.t to aril o ii rv. I? a: I'i'ivt d t. i til ft rftort Wanh-ir.et- f irottwillor of ri(l-nre chrartpr of th Iff Hons thrtont, t.co from olijr-tlonthn ftato. t j for urprwii, X.nnA ih!n tlio Ihli" '! iiffirint von !,,it, Rrcmnd valnalil , will C. If. It. THOMPSON. Hgl8ter.