|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
JUST RECEIVED A new lot of Children's LOCAL NOTES The Pure bred Leghorn cockerels high strain of layers Sam Nielsen. Ready-mad- e Wash Dresses for Girls from 2 to 16 years old, neat and stylish and at prices lower than you can get them made Also a new lot of Dress Goods and Ginghams, all the newest things the If you want up-t- o market affords We are date Goods call a id see us New Goods. to front with the always OnoPriootonll novor Un dLorsold CHAS. FOOTE & SONS. Big Bargains in all Winter Goods. Extra Big Bargains in Men's Shoes. J. W. Whitmore was in Salt Lake last Friday. Highest market prices paid for all kinds of beef cattle See Lunt and Belliston beforeyou sell. Deputy county clerk Anna Coleman spent Saturday and Sunday in Salt Lake. Joseph F. Wright returned from Salt Lake the first of the week. Another car of that good torn arrived March 1st. Get your or-- d r in early. Edw. Cazier. Let me quote you a price your cattle. Lon Lunt. on The Second ward are planning a big reunion next Wednesday. At noon, all those over 20 will sit down to a big dinner and jollification. The next day, all the young people under 20 will have a big time. on Wearing Qualities. 1 A large assortment Shears. Just the kindyouhave ttawhins Le-va- &. OGKey. - JT com-nission- s; CO Juab county wishes to rent 3 shares of water. See County Clerk. Smoke All Meat WITH Second Ward Mutual Program. Wright's Liquid Smoke. The fallowing program will be rendered at the Second ward Mutual next Sunday evening at 7:00 p. m. Violin Solo Alonzo Sperry T. C. Winn Reading Piano Solo Zetta Grace Low Excursion Rates To Texas & Mexico Points Via Salt Lake Route. It beats the old way and is much quicker- You retain all the flavor of the meat . A 75c bottle will smoke 250 pounds of meat UMTS PH1IM See local agent or write J. II. Manderfield, No. 1C9S. Main St. Salt Lake City. Utah. -- J"Mvmti;iiUinwiMT'irrrTiTKw:Tt THE QUESTION OF GOOD Work Clothes &. Shoes J. jjr fi t,t HYDE & WHITMORE ng been Looking for. Look at our window Display. m tt i better. 25c. For GIRLS we've a line that for appearance and actual wear have no equal. Prices from 10 to 25 cents. For WOMEN 'Armor Plate" is simply ideal, in that the woman who likes a light weight hose can get one that will give service. Let us demonstrate to you the strength of our fine gauze hose No. 2216 at 25 cents. Other goods weights and styles at from 15 cents to 35 cents. For MEN we have the Armor Plate Bonded Sox. Guaranteed, but different from the usual guaranteed hosiery. A light weight, soft hose that will not get stiff from perspiration or washing. Six pairs to the box, guaranteed six months $2.00 Let us show you how to cut your hosiery bill in half. -- of Pruning M U N of Armor Plate Hosiery the kind we sell is not measured by the hour, by the day, by the week or by the month. It is measured by MONTHS months of good, satisfactory service. , "Armor Plate" is the one make of hoisery that we're glad to recommend to our customers. It has the reputation of the ideal, long life hosiery of the age. For BOYS we have every size and weight. For the boy who is particularly hard on stockings we suggest our A. P. or No. 200 two good numbers that will prove to you that Armor Plate is states that he has Judge Greenwood hsld court W. K. 1.Smith ; L. l1 in rrovo the lirst of the week, a COW wnicn pruuuees 11 pouiius week. the place of Jrdge Booth. of butter a A. V. Hague was down from Get your Singer sewing ma senate wisiting his chine an J supplies from Elliott the State over Sunday. family Miller. For sale cheap, A ten drop Ilyrum Bale of Coalville, has disc drill good as new.-A- l. been here for some time visiting Superior Udall. his brother Israel Bale, who has For sale or trade a pure bred been quite in the past week or two. pedigreed, imported Holstein n. Peter Wankier, Now is the time to plan on that bull. cement work. See Thos. Pass Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth went and W. K. Smith. Prices the lowest and work guaranteed. up to visit their children who are Reports from Ferner valley living in Provo. state that many cattle are dying A good agent wanted in every from starvation. town to represent an old established insurance company that Charles Jensen, formerly the Salt Lake Route agent here, but makes a specialty of temperance now the agent at Pioche, Nevada, risks, low ratet, and liberal con tract to capable man. Address The old reliable Tinners & Plumbers. passed through here Tuesday or 3. Wilson, 253 Broadway, New his way to his post of duty. York. John E. Ingram states that his oca CKSXSSZHC We are now operating a deliv end week father the is improving nicely at th Olsen Jas. spent For the pruning of young or' Lake. sanitarium in Salt Salt at his Lake. with iry wagon. Phone for anything family chard see Ralph Belliston. want Juab County Mil you Bert Jackson states that las' M and Mrs. J. D. Hague of and Elevator Co. Brigham Garrett, section foreSaturday it snowed fully 18 inch man of the Salt Lake Route at Trovo visited here Sunday. es in one hour at the Salt Sprinj Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kellerstrass Mona, was in town last SaturWm. Morgan was a Salt Lake behind Mt- Nebo. to thai leave next Monday for Kansas Prior visitor Tuesday. day. time there wa3 no snow there City, Missouri, on an extended For best dry land red chaff A year ago it was up to his hors visit, possibly to make their fut Prize Winner Rhode Island A H. Bellis es Dreasis ana almost impass ure home. Red eggs for hatching, $1.00 per seed wheat,-se- e Mr. Kellerstrass on. able. W. A. Sr. Garrett folks live there, and have a hundsetting". T. II. Burton reports that he Janes Moss, George and Jos red acre poultry farm in the W. B. Richs has sold a city sold Orson the Worthington eph Bradfield, Verner Morten suburbs of Kansas City, but owlot in the north part of town to has east home in the part of the city sen, Hyrum Winter, Christian ing to the declining health of Mr. John Beal. to Thomas Ingram for $1200. Paystrup. Glen Sherwood, and father, the two sons are contemClifford Mos9 left Tuesday for plating taking over the business Mr. Keller west Tintic where they will camp for themselves. for. about 20 days getting out strass married a daughter 2.000 cedar posts for which they of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Kendall. have the contract with the Bell ana nas snown nimseii to be a young man of good character and Telephone Co. habits while residing here. E. Tanner has returned from his old home in Beaver county. FOR MEN and BOYS. lie is looking well, and report Wanted Man. having spent an enjoyable winter In county in Utah to rep visiting his sons at Beaver and resentevery one of the leading gas and Our line of Work Cl,ithes& Shoes Is now com- Milford. jlectnc companies in Chicago. March 10th. Jacob Coleman established 20 plete and represents the very best the manufact- willOnmove years, to sell into the Mrs. Ednr ghtmg systems to homes, busiW c guaiantee thtm Jensen home; Samuel Love wil urer can possibly turnout. ness houses and towns. Also a to please you. move into the old F. Sells horn full line of automobiles on $50 a for which he has traded hif month payments; liberal home; Wilford Sells will move in Miller & Co. & M. D. Wells. $25 a week drawing to the home vacated by Mr. Love. account Good man can make Geo. A. Sperry Jr. will move to f 100 to $230 a week. Not a cent Work shoes are the makes we carry and theif morrow into the home recently capital required. f300 bond for Rex Hyde. Will call samples recessary. name makes them good We especially call youi occupied by and see personally H. Gustaldi, who shot W. II applicants. attention to our $2.85 grade JOHN E. BOTT, Palmer of Eureka, and wh'r Provo, Utah. bail was fixed at $10,000, ha FItz Overalls & Shiris, speak for themselves. had 56,500 of the amount secured putting up collateral security. To wear them once you will always wear them. by Xn Italian banker in Helper ha Work will soon commence so fit yourself up with lirreed to go his bonds for the the best work clothes, and be prepared. remaining $3,500. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Sperry and laughters of Manti came over from Manti last week and have been the guests of relatives and 'riends. Mr. Sperry 3 the son f Charles Sperry, and his Store. laughters, who are very talent i singers, came over to fill a two B. S. See our 00c satin shirts for men. They eeks' engagement at the JUST ARRIVED III CLOTHES Is solved for you if you buy "Sophomore" Sold only by lilt lUUUfcKY. Whre thing, .re what Ihey retm. We arc agents for the "Royal Tailors',. FRIDAY & SATURAY SPECIAXS- - Radishes, Lettuce, Celery, Cauliflower, Excelsior MercantileCo Cabbage, Figs, Oranges & Bananas The Quality are winners. Emro.