|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Juab County Times|
Local Notes.. Cash paid for clean rags Times office. SHORTHAND at The "Man of Mystery" will be presented by the Nephi Drama tic Co. at the Arlington Satur day Feb. 4 also Matinee at o'clock. Don't fail to see it. Willie Edwards and Robert Dale were arrested for vagrancy FTJUmSOOISr and 1- H. G. Withrow. Valley wash. classes- night -4 home are being opened in this and ad- We want to joining states. train High School boys and girls The night class THE V. PI A. 111 Proprietor. HAGUE, r can be secured, ' O ffice and Goldsbrough each day "Sunday Open 4 to any hour by appointment for advice and with-ou- extra t expense, if your heating is carefully planned. A Cole's Hot Blast in Reception Hall or living room will produce uniform temperature and comfort and health with result. Be sure to examine our' Cole's Hot Blast Heaters, the only stove that save one half your coal- - Everything In Hardware. 1 Tinners & mm in and SAT. JAN. 28, Plumbers, 5fI B. m-- ms j m Phone No. 40. it Ncphi, Utah. at 191 1 Nice box of Candy A apprapiate gift at any season and on any occasion, lresh fruits, nuts and candy in great variety always on hand. Call or telepone your orders to us. We not only strive to please but do it Don't forget the number. is an Phone 41 S KING' Yon MERCANTILE CASH STORE - young couple will make their future home. OLY Insti- - Phone 41. tlie GOLD MEDALS WE HAVE WON ON OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS Card of Thanks. Bean wish to thank their many friends for the kind asssitance and words of sympathy rendered during the recent illness and death of their little baby. Teachers' Institute. (Continued from page 1.) to steal, lie, b truant, and com mit crime is simply due to the out cropping of its qualities inherited from our savage ancestors and developed by the child's environment was forcibly and stated. The period in a child's life when the criminal tendency is strongest is frot?i sixteen to twenty one years c f age, and hence this is a perk d when every precaution should he us;d. The 4 sposition and work of men as well as of children b greatly affected by s jch climatic agencies as temperature, wind fog. humidity and storm. A hgh) con-tlusiv- ly iv juce. more enme. Dr. Thomas's lecture T J rnucJi to explain the peculiar W-dand traits of children an J to show maw me iniiu is ihji if , gjj cases to blame for his pen-- .icicus conduct. At the close t0f tyiC yKture Dr. Thomas again statad that belt Control in th C'jild in the Individual and io t he .',taca is all That Should b St riven fr."and I IS HERE TO There STAY. 'Heredity and Environment lake the Man". The next inst j Jl be held t Mona. Feb., 18. is such a demand for our we are unable to bread that supply a customer with a stale loaf. While we are waiting for our fixtures we are selling a few goods on hand at a Our 10c lunches are becoming more popular all the time. Xet XHs 2)o our HBaMng. Price Below Cost Men's & Boys' Overcoats 35 per c off Ladies' & Misses Coats & Furs 35 per cent off. Boy's Suits and Underwear 20 per c off X. L. We have a thousand other things and price cuts no figure with us. We carry Toys and Notions the whec year. . ... Have you an),Chickens or Eggs, Veal, Hogs, 0. w, Calves If ffi we tcy ll;cm any time, Bakery. ?pa.rtney 'Excursion. ouy TO Garments and Union Suits 20 per c off s tut-.tsi- - TiU Nopht Branch is one of 1,000 night class institutes that 3 F- - GALX, A3STD US. Let iih furnish tho SEE reireHhments, tilloH, etc, for Unit little prirty you arc lniiiiiu- on. A Don't forget we are selling tute has opened this Monthly fee for shorthand $10 a month and 15 for a text book guttering at 14 cents per foot un a as on permanency. til Feb. 15 after that 1G cts. per branch jfrning. pupil can become in 2, 3, or 4 months foot. Hawkins & Ockey. proficient Good profitable work is according to application. For Miss Kate Grover, now a pro $30 we guaranty's proifciency. fessional nurse of Salt Lake, open at all times to clever No ll.r.e limit visited with her brother R. E. and writers hand short Grover the first of the week. We will furnish and hang 27th typists. Professor Norton ' iron r4' guttering grade galvanized t a is an and pupil expert until Feb. 15 for 14 ctsper foot Hawkins & Ockey. of the late Sir Isaac PitMoroni to went John Coleman man the inventor of mhii niii 'iil likS Thursday to act as a judge at the Sanpete county poultry fair. Mr. shorthand. Coleman has been makingquitea study of the poultry business for Studio the past few years and has re Building. flock of pure cently added to his 8 o'clock also" also hred Rhode Island Reds. C hens and a cockerel of the Finigan enrollment. strain. Phone Bell 162 or 134. The marriage of Jack II. Davis and Miss Nettie W. Bryan took KM place last Monday at the home of the bride's parents with Bis hop T. H. G. Parkes officiating. Only the immediate relatives were present- - The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bryan, and for a long time was one of the popular telephone AT GOLDSBROUGH'S BUILDING, Main Street. operators here. The groom was a telegraph operator here a few months ago, and is now the Union Pacific agent at Pine Bluff, Wyoming, where the Mr. and Mrs. E. oranges, bananas, lemons, figs, cocoanuts, pure candies, fancy cakes-2- 0 different varieties hot drinks, and everything pleasing to the palate. - Public school scholars may come for their lessons after school at 4 o'clock and receive inof and hour daily or 3 times a week structions, is sufficient. Prop. W. Norton demonstrated new the ABC Shorthand at the Central School and the 7th and 8th grade a few days ago. Old an J young can easily learn it. We loan each pupil a $100. typewriting machine at their this morning. manacer of the Bell telephone Co. has pur chased the Frank Beal home and will reside there. A number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Tolley gave them a pleasant surprise Thursday evening. Word has just been received that a portion of the Salt Lake Route road bed has been wash ed out again down the Meadow & tbe Coming car. Staring When in need of fresh TYPEWRITING wbu.t-.'r- VIA Salt lialce Xoue0 $35.00 to Los Angeles 41.20 ,, 60.75 and return direct. via San Francisco. ,, Portland. Iieturn limit March 7th, 1911 From Sa li La fee o n ly Specin It Tra inn. With solid vestibuled Pullman Standard filcers and Dining Cars (Meals A ft Carte) leave Salt Lake City 9:00 P. M. Feb. 4th GOOD RETURNING ? MARCH vlex fee If. .. DON'T FORGET THE DATE & PLACE, UNTIL T- - 7, nfll full informal ion., Fate. t and llrsrr ration mritn. ir. RAYliUULl), Secy. Elks CI ah. Salt Lake, City For C. PECK, G. P. A. Los Angeles, Cal, J. H. MANDEIIFIELD. A.G.P.A. , Salt Ike City, Utah.