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|Paper||Juab County Times|
SOCIETY NOTES. (Continued from page 1 For sale one two seated Dun Harriet Scott of Provo visited her sister, Mrs. Geo. lap carriage, one single runabout FISHING RODS Hobbs the last of the week. buggy good as ne n. If you want a bargain see Enoch Burton. The members of the U. C. T. Big sorted potatoes for sale Club met at the home of A. R. 35c per bu. Hezekiah Carter. Paxman, and were entertained Gleason Cooling Board for by Lettie Jenkins as hostess. Sewing, reading, conversation, laying out the dead, for benefit Hawkins and Ockey. and me when refreshments made the of public . Notify will I needed,, and bring it to meeting a pleasant affair. home without charge. The marriage of James Sidwel your and Miss Birdie Ingram tookl J. R. Downs. place Tuesday afternoon at the Dry land potatoes, best quality, home of the bride's parents, 25c per bu. See J. W. Paxman. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ingram at 4 p. m. At 5 p. m- the relatives Gents! Have you seen our line and friends to the number of of $3. oo, $4.00, $4.45 oxfords? 50 sat down to a sumptuous Hyde & Whitmore Co. wedding supper. During the J. W. Whitmore spent Wednesevening, Thos. W. Vickers, ren dered several vocal solos. Instru- day in Salt Lake on business. mental music, and other interMr. and Mrs. Ahlstrom of esting numbers were also given. Manti passed through here WedMany usefnl presents were given nesday on their way to Idaho the young couple. where they will make their fuThe groom is the eldest son of ture home. Mrs. Ahlstrom was Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sidwell, formerly Miss Vi Mortensen of and a very industrious young Levan. man. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ingram Good seed potatoes for sale Mil and is regarded by her friends 35c Half of a suit is in taking the as per bu. Henry Garrett. a nice young lady. Mr. and measure. I take 'em right. G. MrsSidwell will reside at Mr. Tomatoes! Tomatoes! Plenty W. Booth- - Merchant Tailor. Ingram's ranch at Four Mile ofthem 3 for 25c Hyde and Mrs. STEEL v - j If If . GO. Local Notes Local Notes. ) HENRY Meat Dealer. & Watch the grain grow on Mona West bench. I have a few hun- I buy all kinds ol dressed Builders and Cement Workers. dred acres of land for 6ale there meat. at bargain prices. -- T. C.Winn.)!) Hogs 9 Chickens 12 Mutton All kinds of cement work, 8 Veal 9c. Mr. and Mrs. Niels Mortensen and repairing at most reasonable Cash paid for eggs. of Levan were in Nephi to visit prices. their sister, Mrs. Ahlstrom. Let us figure with you, E ME Suit has been commenced in the city justice court by Nephi City against S. E. Aldous for the Go to ROSENVALL'S collection of the annual road poll Blacksmithing and tax for 1910. Mrs. Ida Whittaker was down Machinery Repair Shop from Provo last Saturday to make the sales of her hotel pro The little cottage and perty. you 54 front feet joining the hotel on Wagon and Buggyjrepairlng and painting. the south was sold to R. J. Henriod and the hotel property was sold A complets stock of wagon and buggy material and to W. A. Starr for $2150. harewood lumber. l-- Notice is hereby given that all those who are delinquent in the payment of their annual road poll tax for 1910 will be required to pay this tax within the next ten days or suits will be instituted for the collection of the same Better pay up, and avoid court costs. By order of the City council, JAS. B. RICHES, Street supervisor. Notice to Orchardists. The time is at hand when all persons owning trees must prepare to clean up their orchards preliminary to carrying out the provisions of the law with reference to keeping their trees free from insect pests and diseases. All dead branches and refuse around the trws which form harboring places or perta must be cleaned up and b"jrned. The worst foe to fruit grower 0j ln;s district is the codling 'ne',, an(j tne bent means for its exterr 4linVtion ts the spraying with arseni' a, done soon after the bi' fa Upon j89om, appl.cat.on to mr of deputyf A y. Oadd a copy c the horticulturai iaw. ana uie lorrr fop ying wiU be furn.shed. The ,w wi itrictly . , enforced on, wjl, rfr quired to spray his trees. W1LLARD W. MOLYNEUX, County Fruit Tree Inspector, Dated April 1. 1313. . If . u High School Notes Wm. Hoyt, The track-me- between the et G. table salt spring at the MT. LAKE SALT WORKS. ,Z :. 4 $1.10 5 Packed and delivered. See us for prices parties before giving your orders eleswhere. to all. pno"iiu . . is on. of 153 rod of a five wire 4.50 consisting fence; also the planting of one row of 5.30 tree around said pond, alao to grub for Brick Cream, for sagebrush out of roadway, eight or At reasonable prices ten feet wide around said pond; specifications to be furnished by the undersigned. , . Kxcel Bakery. No,,h M4in The Provo Foundry and Machine Company. want your work done promptly. FRED. W. CHAMBERS, & Game mmissioner. State Fish Call on A. V. Hague for HORSE SHOEING A Diamond Ring on a Lady's Finger. Reporter. dirty 3 i Brass Castings, use Salt Why that toeIce cream season g, FIRST. SE 44-3- purest - l-- brick-layin- Freshmen and Sophomores on one side, and the Juniors and Seniors on the other, was held last Friday. The first named classes were the challengers. Mr. Aldous of the fourth year, was barred from the meet by the Creek. WhitmoreCo. conditions of the challenge. 20 mule team Boraxo only 20c The Juniors and Seniors won by a score of The following High grade german coffee! can. Hyde and Wnitmore. are the events and the names of coffee! 15c per lb. at Hyde and Fresh Currants 16oz., pkg. 10c. the winners: VVhitraore Co. at Hyde and Whitmore. 100 yd. Dash Some of the most beautiful 1st, Vickers, for our Watch Sen. ; 2nd, Gowers, Soph. grocery prices. dahlias and cannas at H. E. Hyde and Whitmore Co. High Jump 1st, Gowers; Howell's. 2nd, Bailey. Fr. Broad Jump 1st Gowers; 2nd, Bailey. Shot-pu- t 1st, Ellison, Sen.; Vickers. 2nd, Is scraped up from the lake, when Pole Vault 1st Gowers; 2nd, Jun. Hoyt, the you can dairy and Half Mile Run 1st, Hoyt; a 2nd, Wilson, Fr. made from chrysal brine 220 yd. Dash 1st, Vickers; 2nd, Gowers. Hammer Throw 1st, Ellison; 2nd, Vickers,. Utah. Nephi, Mile Run 1st, Hoyt; 2nd, Olpin, Soph. 410-y- d. Dash 1st, Vickers; 2nd, Gowers. We want your business and if quality and price will do it we The track team leaves for Salt shall get it. We make our own Ice Creams and guarantee it abso- Lake on Saturday, to attend the lutely pure and wholesome and cannot be beat for qualitg and high school track-mee- t. purity. By supporting local industry you are helping to build up The election of officers for our your own town. Have you ever thought it out that every gallon student body organization for imported Ice Cream that comes into the town, there is heavy ex the coming year, will be held press railroad rate to pay? The manufacturer wants his share of this evening at the regular profit; next the railway; next the middleman who handles it Boosters' meeting. Now we proThink of it; who pays it? The public of course. pose to cut the prices down and give you the best quality at reasonable prices. Being the manufacturer, we can do it. Notice to Contractors. This is our price on Creams Bids will be received at the office of the Slate Fish and Game Commissioner, I 1 Gallon $1.40 503 Dooley Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah, 20cenU Pints 2.70 for the fencing of the Burriston Fih 1 2 . . 40c quart 3. CO Pond, Juab County, State of Utah, 3 2 75 . , get SON- l-- - Notice. HYRUM HAYNES PARKIN further information. Does not say a word but it does a lot of talking, nevertheless. It indicates prosperity. It stands for financial responsibility. It evidences success and it is worth its price any time the wearer may desire to dispose of it. We request an examination of our Diamond Rings and highest qualities and lowest prices that can be found any where. Fine Watch and Clock and Jewelery a specialty. E.L. BOUCHER. NEPHI, - up-to-d- ate Jeweler UTAH. Why Buy Your Spring and Summer I IV SALT LAKE? WHEN YOU CAN GET THEM CHEAPER OP UN. All the latest up-to-da- te styles. Mrs. S. B. McCune's. House Cleaning Time Thats when you need that New Linoleum. Rugs or Carpet, we have all the different designs and the price is cheaper than you can get them in Salt Lake. Bbas's tfurnifure Store. The San Pedro Los An Scream about what you're idling, tut take a tip, brother, youH break ear drums, not pocket books. (INCORPORATED.) THOS. F. PIERPONT, Prop. geles & Salt Lake y V $o$ General Foundry and Machine Work, Mining Can, lron& Brass Casting, Engine and Boiler Repairs, Modern Plumbing and. Heating, Structural Steel Work. .Autoiiioltile Alejpairw. Why go to Salt Lake, when it nearby, more cheaply?. can be done Kcyal bread and cake at the Olympia. Phone No. 27 Frtsh Thursday for your Saturday orders. The Royal, Nut, and Table Queen bread can't be beat on Both Phonee, 77 I'. O. Bo Ni tsjxwxaxtxtmmamm PROVO, UTAH. Sane advertising thi in paper makes thinking tieople buy. m Railway Company . 000 If you're not in the J. van, isn't it time you took a flyer? 000 You have ouf word youU neve r t ejrcl i L 1 H 'The People's Railroad."