|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
iias t:a SUBSTITUTE Good Work In Domestic Give promised, but were rank imitae tions. A bag of coffee contain-n- g two pounds was very cheap Science. Short Weight. at 20 cents a pound, but a two mm r pound can of baking powder, Sample Questions Show As a result of extended investi- which was sold for a dollar, more Advance Study. gation of the workings of gener- than made up for the price on the al whole sale mail order grocery coffee. There were to have been In order to give the people incompanies of Salt Lake and vari- 100 bars of a high grade of soap terested in our High School an ous parts of the east, Willard for 4.50. Instead there were idea of the nature of some of Hansen, state food and dairy fifty small bars. Some sago and the work given in the Domestic commissioner, is perparing to file rice were dirty and very poor in Science department we print The goods generally complaints and bring to and end quality. below a list of questions given in he says, are were imitations of the real articwhich, practices the mid -- year examination. A costing the farmers of Utah les and were not lawful on the P3rusal of this list will show the hundreds of thousands of dollars markets of the state. wractica) nature of the course. "The company which shipped annually. Evidence has been collected and the goods had promised the perHOME NURSING several companies will have son ordering them that he could some 1 explaining to do. Agents examine them when they came, Describe an ideal bed for the have been traveling about the but when they arrived in the Tho only baking powtlor sick room. Also describe bedd rural districts, taking orders for town there was no provision in mada from Royal Crapo ing and making of bed. large 2 consignments of groceries, the bill of lading for the examinGive antiseptic and sanitary Oroam of Tartar Mr. Hansen says, and after get- ation. The goods were accomi:3Ald:,u:3UVIFK3sphate precautions in preparing and ting the money from the pur- panied by a sight draft which the caring Tfor the sick.1 room. to has chasers given them goods far purchaser wks required to sign aj uiscuss Dams; Kinds, pur below the standard promised, and before receiving the goods". poses, (b) Give detailed direct sold of violation in the state pure Investigations have been made ions ior giving patient a sponge food lawF. method The of pro by Mr. Hansen in Cache, San. bath in bed. . i. ni cedure of the concerns cox iiaaer makes it pete, counties and in Senator Hyde has introduced a 4 Discuss the care of the hair. bill which is intended to raise o tai wnans me DrinoiD e in impossible for the farmer to get Park City. In each town he found the same conditions. any recourse, it is faid. the standard of reauirments of the treatment cf hemorrhage? A IN CASE VOull. Among those who reported the the county superintendent's off (b) How would you treat hem the state food and goods not to be ice. orrhage of the nose, forearm, satisfactory were dfirj Jcpartment caused a farm A. W. Adams, John H. Earl, and Under the present law scarcely I above the knee, and stomach? er of Jjriand to order ?8 worth A. K. Gustavson of any educational qualifications are j 6 Name the kinds of headache of Garland, gr otu .3 from a local whole-sn- h Charles C. Hess of Fielding and required. If Senator Hyde's bill 2nd give symtomes, causes, and jtnpay. The description of Allen Roch of Bear River valbecomes a law the county super-- 1 treatment. th was taken by the pur- ley. Koods j 7 Give treatment for asnhvxia intendent must not be less than and chaser the agent enumerated Mr- Hansen says he has ample 25 years age and must have had from drownning, sunstroke, ex When them. the was shipment evidence at least five years of experience haustion from cold, hvsteria. received against several concerns it was turned over to in teaching. In counties of the frost bites, lightning stroke, the State Chemist Herman to cause arrest of proprietors, and win iae mai acuon as soon as first, second, and third class he stings of insects, boils, cold sore's, Harms, who will make an analy Chemist Harms completes the must hold a high school life di- - and bites of rabid animals. sis to determine the quality of analyses, which are n earing com pioma, anu in tne remaining 3 (a) Define and classify the goods. counties must have a life diploma poisons, (b) State treatment. pletion. Ex. "In the shipment" said Mr not lower than .the grammar 9 (a) Tell what you can about bacteria, (b) How does bacteria Hansen Monday, "were some grade. Don't forget we are selling In order that the owner of acton the system to cause di goods which were decidedly at 14 cents per foot un in guttering reasonable' But other price. cows infected with tuberculosis sease? til 15 Feb. after that 16 cts. per and killed by the state, may be 10 (a) Give a classification of goods in the consignment were foot. & Ockey. Hawkins andmor high priced compensated for his loss, Sena the different diets, (b) What exceedingly than made for amoun the up tor Hyde haa introduced a bill is the great underlying principle For down stair rooms of the cheaper goods I O. O.rent by granted in home shall F. providing that the state pay nursing, especially with The See W. A building. goods were not what wr-- t Starr. 25 for each animal so slaughtei- - regard to home sanitation and proper diet? ed. Order vn 0i tbe $oming car. During v When in need of fresh House oranges, bananas, lemons, figs, cocoanuts, pure candies, fancy cakes-2- 0 different varieties hot' drinks, and everything pleasing to the palate. l m DSHD SEE US. Cif LLits.A 1 n Lot tlio l'oirowlimentx, rii ttllo!M. etc, for tluit littlo ptirty-yon.ro planning on. lt2t 1 u THE SOME T 1 , 1 j tly those present. Read Your Home quired a numbea of new books. Most of these books were pur chased with money approprialet by the board. Those purchaser are: Myths of Greece and Horru by Guerber, Synonyms and An-tony- an apprapiate gift at any season and on any occasion. Fresh 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 Phone Smith, History o; Commeica by Webster, Principle of Rhetoric by Hill, A Primer cf Shakespeare by Dowden in the handy edition ar,d "The Library of Htn.e Leone mica four volumes. The New Practical Reference Lidrary consisting ef six larpt volumes uaa presented to the High School by the teachers. In addition to thee, four volumes were presented to the library by the SkcUon Publish' nu Co. of Salt Lake City. The books are unique in that thy represent the produc t.f Utah talent. The titles ef these books are: History of the Sche ly ir ' ' r( i Does 1E)ov flfoucb Save vecdsand thistle?. No matter vhat e)ther pars he may read. 1 straightforward citizen alwajs iiNisis on having his heme rmner. -Exchange. by baking her own bread and cakes? Ever figure it up? Only a few cents does the housewife get for her worry, time and bread and pastries. Telephone theTheatre ing She doesn't make the family stocking, hats and other things, why slave away at baking, when you can buy your bread etc. almost a3 cheap as you can make Bigger Cuts Than Ever IN MERCHANDISE AT S KING MERCANTILE CASH STORE AT GOLDSBROUGII'S BUILDING, Shin Strc:l. While we are waiting for our fixtures we are selling a few goods on hand fit a Price Below Cost- school and Ly Maesei Among the Shoshones by W il ton, Child Culture by Riddel and Miller. 1 Paner. He is like a homeless that has no regular pasture. ut grazes promiscuously on JJilley fin. 41 country. by Uisafter, Ncphi.Utah. A Nice box of Candy We feel sorry for the man who does not read his home He is like a man without a ns 1 Phone No. 40. :ow Dr. Miller congratulated tht High School on iu practical rourses of study. The library ha3 recently ac- ielel Aline Get your Galvanized Gutters up on your House, and keep out of the mud. We make them and put them up on your house. Call us up on the phone No. 40 and see how cheap we can do it. Stoves and Ranges all Kinds never cheaper than at the present time. IM3B Ski - Dr. John T. Miller addressed the students at devotional Mon His talk was day morning. culture of human the lines along and was greatly appreciated by TOWN DRY A Everything In Hardware. 1 High School Notes. IS But We Say It Is Wet. Bills . Proprietor. THIS SAY I PA L Y A. V. HAGUE, Absolutely Pure Introduced by Senator Hyde 0 it Phcne II Us yourst-lf- . X. L. 81 H. Macartney, Bakery. Prop. V! 'B t r m puy r 'J v.. V m. TO - rire-Jiu- e senior class will take ui the subject of Economic durinj the second semester in place ol History a3 in the first term. Rehearsals for the Cantata b be presented Feb. 11 are taking much of the Glee Club's time The girls are enthusiastic and a splendid evening's entertainment is assured. Botany will be taken up by the third yearj this term, they having completed the subject ol Zoology last term. Men's & Boys' Overcoats 2 off Ladies' & Misses Coats & Furs 2 off. Boy's Suits and Underwear 25 per c off VIA 1-- S alt Xi ale e 11 o n t e a 1-- 1 he Garments and Union Suits 25 per c o;f Prices Cut no figure with Us. We carry Toys and Notions the whole year. Have yoi any Chicken; or Eggs, Yeal, lla?, If so wc buy Ihem any lime. Cow, $.15.00 to Los Angeles and 41.20 00.75 via San Francisco. Portland. ,, Return limit March 7th. 1911 From Salt Lake only Specials Trains. With solid vestibuled Pullman Standard sleepers and Dining Cars (Meals A la Carte) leave Salt Lake City 0:00 P. M. Feb. th. GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MARCH , Ci'v;s arbuffcr? See Us. return direct. vln 7, is) 1 1 For full information. Hates and Hcsrrradons u rifc ?I IU MOULD, Secy. Elks Cluh. Salt Lake, City .. P. A. Los Angeles, Cal, J. H. MAMJhKrlLLD, A.G.P.A. Salt Lake City, Utah.