|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE Insiruclions and Cliaip ges at Quarterly f T.vnn addressed the con- hrieflv on the living of ThoAbsolutely only baking spoke a good life. Thos. Bailey u p nlpasure of being kept told of his work in and busy, .liffui-on- t . nuorums of the IIHS uinv--'- Pres. J. W. Pure tnado from Royalpowder Crapo Oroam of Tartar NO ALUM.K0 LIME PHOSPHATE Pax- - Re- Saturday Feb. 11, at 2:15 o'clock in matinee and again at 8:15 the High School Glee Club plays the "Dress Rehearsal" in the Arlington. Those familiar with this comedy describe it as being full of action, humor and excellent chorus work. It requires two hours for the performance and every minute is filled with bright, catchy comedy. The singing of the twelve familiar airs in solo and chorus forms as interpolations will be a delightful feature. A full or Si" The quarterfy conference of the Juab Stake convened in the Tabernacle last Saturday at 10:30 a. m. Trayer was offered by Chas. Snerry. Pres. I. H. Grace nrrrorl thr neoDle not to forget the spiritual side of life in the and struggle for material things,their attend urged' the people to meetings and perform their relig ious duties. Lorenzo Mangleson That "Dress hearsal". man saiu mv.ot His Vio oranges, bananas, lemons, figs, cocoanuts, pure candies, fancy cakes-2- 0 different varieties hot drinks, and everything pleasing to the palate. time. It is urged that every one make an effort to attend, not only for the reason that you will spend a couple of enjoyable hours, and get more than your money's worth but because the performance is given for the purpose of raising money with which to buy books for the High School CA LX. AND SEE US. , Let us lu riiiwlt tlio tlmt little piirty tnlle,youetc,avoforilmiiiiiiion. Y A rolret-ilimtiiitf-- - 01 proprietor. IP THE A. V. HAGUE, chestra will be present under the Library. direction of Mr. Alonzo Sperry. In the rehearsals Miss Ruth Let the children go to the Sperry has proved to be a very matinee at the Arlington tomor able accompanist and she will row at 2:15 o'clock. Admission preside at tie piano during the ten cents. performances. The Glee Club has been at The little folks will be delight work on this play for months and ed with "A Dress Rehearsal." v i it i nave inn aucuwwpe jl main wm,Xen centa WM gjve them two undoubtedly be a rare treat. Sev- - hours of pieasure jn the Arling eral fascinating dances have ton at 2:15 Saturday, been practiced until such per- - An Editor and Wife was -clad to A ot An editor and his wife disagree Know that there was a feeling with saints each other materially. She love existing among the sets things to rights, and he and for the Stake presidency. writes things to set. She reads He criticized the apparent spirit of disloyalty to the home, and in what others write, and he writes the various organizations of the what others read. She keeps the devil out of the house as much church, on the part of the saints. as possible, and . he retains him He hoped we could better under could not go to press with and Hi. stand our positions and be more out she knows more than him; was Tho hpnediction " UUUlUli he writes, and he writes more You are preparing to take pronounced by John Morgan than knows. Ex. she was nnnn session oftor Ta A UV care of the 1911 FRUIT commenced by prayer by Mark Salisbury were honorably reCROPS, Irrigating ditches Pros. T,vman called for leased as members ot the High r?ifrio. AVI IV I status of the Council, and Edgar Lunt was are being cleaned the trees the assoand wards condition of the are being pruned and smudge named to fill one of the vacancies. ciations. Mrs. Unity Chappell The counselors of Ernest Winn, pots and other accessories to Relief Stake the of of the president president religion class, fruit growing are being rethat the poor were relehsed, and J. F. Quist Societv surrected and in order n looked after: they were and Earl Jackman named in In the midst of your arrange- adding a little wheat to the store: their place. Mrs. Lillian Cowan f teachers was released as president of the mcnts have jou considerca people donated liberally; drawdo good work; but the big Primary association, and Mrs. the vital neceesity of a back was lack of attendance. Elizabeth Grace named in. her Mrs. Elizabeth Grace reported stead. S. J. Lunt was sustained BELL TELEPHONE the Primary and Religion class as a member of the 1st quorum work as in good condition. of elders in place of J. W, Olpin on the place so that you can Bishop Jas. E. Taylor said the who was elevated to the office received the daily United people of Levan were united, of a seventy. Forecast . States Weather Pres. Paxman expressed his aim desired .tojto right, but did without delay and thus be not come out to the sacrament pleasure in the fact that the able to save ycur crops from meetings as they should. Bp. mayor and city council had been lack a also reported true to their pledge and had not a sudden frost. Pettsgrew of attendance at the sacrament issued licenses for the opening of meetings; expressed his interest saloa.is. and hoped that thev in the lesser priesthood meetings; would never be reopened. Pres. In th Sunday schools and Mutuals were Wells stated that if the Li u- f The progressive farmer considers a Bell Telephone re Parkes Pu. doinir well. the house as ample fruit insurance. tithing and word of wisdom were or 2nd. wrd the that observed ported faithfully there would ionizations were all m a good !i but littla evil among the ti condition, and that the mission saints. Pres. J. W. Ord urged For Rates and service call rv coii.mittees are doing good he p2ipl? t atts.Kl meetings more regularly. work. Rulon S. Wells spoke G. WITHROW, Mgr 1 in in the imparlance or being in aeon m mn ,m lajgfl-- T dition to improve. Pres. Lyman Rtntl that too often the same HttenJ church, and an r,f..-,- i be made to get the should effort non attendants to I tie meetings. Bishops lie said too often hav the same people pray and speak, and advised them to allow others to take part some of the time. ThtSundav school session of the Conference was held at 10 a. m. Sunday with Stake Supt. A. H. Paxman in charge. Prayer School KofoJ. 11. C. repeat by ed in concert a sacrament gem. AT GOLDSBIiOMIS BUILDING, o hv 11. A. Christensen. Sac John administered by rament AsLatimer and llay Gowers. Lucille sistant stake organist sacred rendered f:r(.piivootl the passing piano solos during nviPSthood. gear.O (Soming StaringWhentbe in need of fresh fection has been attained that the fame of Terpsichore is in danger of fading into oblivion. The matinee will be at 2:15 and in order to enable all the children to be present the price of ten cents has been made. Evening performances at regular SOME THIS SAY IS DRY A TOWN But We Say It Is Wet. 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 1 - never cheaper than at the present time. Everything In Hardware. ,i;fi " Phone No. 40. Ncphi, Utah. V a A Nice box of is 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. Phone 41 1 -- ill TLhe m DM ing She doesn't make the family stocking, hats and other things, why slave away at bakinjr, when you can buy your bread etc. al most a3 cheap as you can make it yourself. Bigger Cuts Than Ever MERCHANDISE AT Phone Us X. 111 ins? that children should observe proper respect to the aged. Misses Belle and Millie Ord sang Beautiful Words of Love," and the benediction was pronounced by T. Hoyt. At 2 p. m. the conference Prajer was again convened. offered by Bishop Raphael Garfield. David Cazier and David WMHQ VIA40 11)11 Salt Xiiilco Koutc0 $55.00 to Los Angeles and return direct. 41.20 ,, via San Francisco. ,, 75 ,, Hetum limit March 7th, CO. Portland. ,. 1011 From Salt Lake only Specials Trains. With solid vestibuled Pullman Standard sleepers and Dining Cars (Meals A la Carte) leave Salt Lake City 9:00 P. M. Feb. 4th. GOOD RETURNING U;TIL MARCH vlo 7, i91l out c. It For full information, Hates and Reservations write Halt Lalce We carry Toys and Notions the whole year. S: Us. r. TO 1-- If so we buy (hem any lime. , OuV off Men's & Boys' Overcoats 2 Ladies' & Misses Coats & Furs 1 -- 2 off. Boy's Suits and Underwear 25 per c off Have you any Chickens or Eggs, Veal, Hogs, Cow, Calves )r Buffer? Prop. V Price Below Cost. Garments and Union Suits 25 per c off Prices Cut no figure with Us. II. Macartney, U Bakery. lliin Slrccl. While we arc waiting for our fixtures we are selling a few goods on hand at a Concert recitation, "The Artie on of Faith" led by Vernon Vickers. Supt. Paxman report ed the chxls as having made an a per cent increase in 1'JIO. Pres Lyman encouraged the parenu and teachers to be patient with the children that through love they may be taught properly. Pre J. Will related a story show 2ocs 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. li. S KING MERCANTILE CASH STORE Phone 41. Save. d IN TKMnnona flfcucb Ifoow No Extra chage for this service. m (m Candy .. J! llAYBOVLl), Sevy. T. C. PECK, G. P. A. Los Angeles, Cal, Elk Club. Salt Lake, City J. II. MANDERFIELD, A.G.P.A. Salt Lake City, Utah.