|Paper||Juab County Times|
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|Paper||Juab County Times|
V HOT WEATHER LOCAL BARGAINS In Men's and Boys' Clothing:, Ladles Ready-Mad- e, MONEY TO LOAN on improved Irrigated farms. T. C. Winn. Good home for sale Mrs. S. A. Chase. ed repairs. For sale two or three good Miss Lillian Robertshaw wish v homes. Easy payments T. II es to thank her many friende for Burton. their kindness in assisting her Mrs. Edw. Downs was over to win the Hyde and Whitmore piano. from Mona for the 24th. Mesdames Delia Foster, Edith Howard and Andrews pay Sparks, T. E. Carter, Misses gaod prices for all kinds of beef Linda Hawkins, Lilly Pexton, cattle. Olive Syndergaard, Bessie Grace, Lena Moore, and Bernice WhitFor; sale good gentle horse', more went on a little camping buggy and harness. L P. Anthe Wednesday. canyon up party derson. S. J. Seal of the International When Home made or Stock Co. was here the first Harvester screen doors, or window screens the and went to the of week, are needed, get them from Grace to assist in Grace farm Bros, Bros. Lumber Co. the gasoline traction en Wet washing at 3Jc per pound. starting on combined harvester the Call up Laundry, phone No. 1G7. gine which has heretofore been pull John Latimer leaves next Wed- ed by horses. A. R. Paxman and W. M. nesday for the National Guard encampment at Heber cityf Jenkins will take their families where he has the position of up the canyon on a ten day's camping trip next week. Edw. commissary sergeant Mr. and Mrs. John Fowkes en Paxman is expected down from tertained at a family dinner on American Fork this evening, and may accompany them on the the 21th. ONE-HAL- r We always keep the largest stock of staple GROCERIES in the city. Our prices are always right. , Try a package of Seal Brand Tea or Coffee. The best the market affords. & NEVER UNDERSOLD. Chas, FooteoL Sons IF IT'S CLEAN AND UP-TO-DA- NOTES Ice for sale Edw. Kendall. Highest market pricespaid for all kinds of beef cattle See Lunt and Belliston before you sell. Dresses Waists, Skirts and Summer Dress Goods. See our show windows. Some of these goods reduced MORE than Now is the time to save money. All strictly high class goods. Everything high but the price. See them for yourself. ONE PRICE TO ALL. Bert Russell came down from Salt Lake to visit his wife the , first of the week. News has reached here from Carey, "Idaho that James Cole man has met with quite an accident in having. his leg broken. John E. Garrett is in from Strawberry valley where he has been with Wm. Morgan's sheep the past few months. Mrs. Lucy Morris has been im proving her home by some need TE J. Ostler is in from eastern Utah where he has been looking after his sheep interests. Gerald Cazier and Mrs. T. E. Carter won the prizes for being the best waltzers at the Arling ton last Saturday night. Quite a large number of out-otown people came to Nephi to spend the 24th. HARDWARE YOU WANT GO TO S. f- Hawkins 8t OGKey. Mrs. John Watson anddaught erMiss Estella Watson of Salt TUG TINNERS AND PLUMBERS Lake spent the 24th here visit Mr. an J Mrs. V. A. Starr Let me quote ou a price on week vit.it-inlast of spenta portion your cattle. Lon Lunt in ff Sprintrville. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. son C2ni3 Stephen- in from Juab Wed- nesday. Miss Bessie Grace and Miss Lena Moore of Salt Iake are guests at the Whitmore home this week. ing the former's sister Mrs James Andrews. Mrs. Mattie Paxman came down for Pioneer day to visit her daughter Mrs. Roy Pay for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Elam Mecham of Bingham have had a son born to them. Mrs. Mecham is visiting here with her mother, Mrs Mr. Mecham Henry Knowles. is suffering from partial paralvs is, and is at the hospital at Salt IjO'.v excursion rates from til Mrs. T. L Foote and sister stations on the SALT LAKE MTss Stella Ciix left Wednesday Lake. ROUTE in Utah, to various des- a month's visit in Salt for Mrs. John McGarry, and her t TifL'f.fa n n i. in nn c daughter Miss M. McGarry, and various datoi durinjr May, June, ) - Mrs. E. A. Get shingtin, hip valley your Bliss, all of Salt Lake and Autfurt Julv, Septomlwr. "" roofing, building paper from returned home Tuesday after a Lical for and rates A?ent S3 j Grace Br.. s. Lumber Co. pleasant visit with Mrs. Joseph SALE DATES. Brown and Mrs. E. L Christen 1 1 HOT WEATHER BARGAINS. At the close of our great three days sale wo have many broken lots of Shoes, Slippers, Dress Goods, Embroideries, Laces, Etc. and to close these out we will offer same at prices that will more than pay you for coming out this hot weather to make your purchases, . Don't forget our GROCERY DEPT. Everything that is good to cat you can get in this department Plenty of Fsuit Jars and Stone Jars for preserving at the lowest prices. Excelsior Mer. Co, "IFeQialily Store" trip. The man that gets the dollar is the man that keeps after cot expect it to come to you. Go to it Tlustle is the medicine that makes healthy home trade. A good town does not happen by accident WORK of the people who are in it It it Do represents the prosperous f tore does not "just grow," like Topsy. result of the owner's LABOR. It Is tha If Chambers' Tablet don t cure you of colds and L Grippe you need not Dav us a cent 'I was permanently cured of Kidney and Bladder trouble by using three 50c boxes Chambers' Kidney and Bladder Pills. My trouble was of twelve years' standing". Name furnished on Sold application. exclusively and guaranteed by Lunt's PharCold The city council have fixed the tax levy for Nephi city at 12 Nephi Prices of Market It Products a Simple Operation. is to rid your house of all flies. Get some Insect powder and a' spray pump or Insect Patent flour Straight grade Baker's flour Graham Bran ffun. Shorts By keeping the powder suspended in the air the flies are compelled to inhale it and ir immediately die. have a full line of poison fly paper, Sticky fly paper, liquids, etc., for the destruction ol flies, insects and bugs. We llI'S PHARMACY PrortpUon Dfufflctt." Man Who Comes to Look receives the lamo clad welcome hero an the man who comes to buy, oar primary object, at this time, being to acquaint the men of NEPHI with the advantages In quality, servico and prlco to be exclusively obtained at this store. ',' agricultural exhibit for the State Fair to be held this fall. He reports that he obtained a t plen-di- d collection. Wm. Morgan has returned from the sheep herd where he ha3 been for the past few weeks. Mrs. G. M. Pay has gone to Colton for a few weeks outing with her husband. I A. Bailey wen tup to Spring-vill- e Saturday for a visit with his daughter Mrs. Buyer. Charles Sperry one of th original pioneers of 47 attence Wo-don- 't expect to sell you before goods you know our goods and our business methods, so we Invite you to call. 'Look Around" a bit and get acquainted. us, 1 THE TOGGERY lat The store that satisfies. e, When buying a Separator be sure you buy the best. The is - always the cheapest,- - that i , fi YOUR CANYON TRIP REMEM- BER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR THOSE GOOD THINGS TO EAT. lst T OK why you should buv The Intpi- -' Jcking Style U. S. Cream Separator,- closest skimmer, easiest runner, and easiest to wash of any Machine on the market, Se M. Mendenhall, local agent Nephi, Ut. He will supply you with any thir.g you dtsire in thi? line. j ' j Mrs. Jacob Coleman and little daughter Aline will return home from Provo Sunday after an aband Ray sence of several weeks. Alfalfa Oats macy. cwt Wheat ier. bu. 0 Barley per cwt Excursion to Canada Corn August 3rd. Via Oregon Short Line. Very Dressed Beef Dressed hens low rates to Lethbridge, Card- Dressed veal ston, Magrath, Raymond. Stir- Dressed mutton ing and other points, with long Dressed pork limit. For further details, write, butter Creamery D. E. Burley, General Passenger Ranch butter Agent, 0. S. L. R. R. Co., Salt Ranch eggs Potatoes per. bu. Lake City, Utah. m The ! ' Hard work wins home trade. of Mr. Bellis w i j Make every dollar do some tall running before it gets away from you and then DC; NOT LET IT GET AWAY.' mills. is a sister-in-laton. j j 'A Mrs. James Bardsley, two Mesdames Ernest daughters, and a niece, will ar rive here from Massachusetts Brough went to Fillmore SaturMonday, and visit at the home day evening to attend the funeral of Thos. Belliston. Mrs. Bardsley of a relative. sen. S. C. Wilkey went to Salt Lake Saturday to accompany his wife home who has undergone an operation at the hospital. E. W. Bowline spent a pari of last we;k here collecting an the pioneer celebration at Wanda-meron the 21th. IT 5 GO iTO ENTERPRISE GROCERY CO.n.