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THE TIMES-NEW- THE NEPHI, UTAH. S. TIMES-NEW- S Published Every Friday by The Times-New- s A. U. Gibson Editor. Dknnis Wood SUBSCRIPTION 8 Publishing Co. KATES. $1.50 One Year in Advance, 75 Six Months in Advance, Entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Post Olliee at Nephi, Utah Advertising Rates Made Known on Application, Prices Reasonable VOEMOCRATIZE THE AMERICAN HAY SCHOOLS SAYS PROF. CRIGGS "Despite the fact that the hildren sing patriotic songs, re- at the oath of allegiance daily, id salute the flag of democracy, ie American schools are work-- g upon autocratic principles." This opinion was voiced by ward R. Driggs, professor of ucation in English at the uversuv oi man. who nas jusi urned from an extended trip Iowa and Nebraska where he thousand terested several ichers in the problem of deputizing the American school f stem. According to Professor Driggs, tiere is still an autocratic eie- lent in our educational institut-ns- . The flexible minds of the outh of America are being 'bossed" by a school room auto-raThe Dark Age conception of a school master is th; basis of the system. Teachers compel children to work without creating in them a desire to work. The i i i military marcn, eompuisoiy tus cipline, and the fostering of domineering factions are essen tially "German" customs. Citizens trained under such a system are incompetent to take their place in the land of freedom, insists Professor Driggs. In order to improve the of inbe must there citizenship ternal readjustments in the schools. But at the same time all law and order need not be cast to the winds. Democracy, the medium between anarchy and autocracy, should be made the basis of our entire educational system. Each citizen is a social iK'ing and should be brought up under a system of as soon as he enters the t. I Don't Forget i We Carry Paints, Putty, Paint Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Varnishes, Furniture Polish and Linoleum Dressing. Calso-min- e, . stt-tu- s BAILEY Furniture Supply Co. I nt WelTXrmed"! public school. ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hopes of Eureka, ppert Sunday in Nephi, the potest of Mrs. Hopes mother. Mrs. Wm. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph liarnes. and Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Howell, returned home Saturday from Manti, where they have lieen spending a few days at the Temple in that city. G. R. Juild and James Chase, were Salt Lake visitors Saturday MORE LIGHT NEEDED GOWERS WRITES OF My I take pleasure directing you!a few lines,; and I trutt they will find you and the others at home in the best of spirit and enjoying good health. Just at present I believe I - am feeling the best I have since coming to tins locality; ts iar as hualth is concerned, considering mental attitude is about always the same. r noticed in the Times-New- s I received from there yesterday. Perry Hall's letter, indicating tKey were in France, I understood that they were to go into the "Rambow Division" and the papers state that it has already b en into battle, so perhaps by tbss time some of the Nephi Lads have been ushered into the real I was thinking that I have been a little more fortunate than some others, there is still a chance yet that I may not have to go to battle, and it certainly wiald be happily turned if that ch; rice should work. Hut I am not building any hopes or anything like that as I really expect to get into it. according to a sptakerone Sunday night not long ago, God has decreed that wt would take part in Uie strug- u I'er-chero- w jj & cocoanuts w (si am iroco dear Mother: The new substitute for butter in' Enterprise Grocery Co. I Exclusive Dealers The Savings you are practicing to help win the jvvar should be reflected in the growth of your savings account. gle u hinp; I am thankful forjs the consolation that you may take now, that I will return, that is a privilege which many do not have less fear than otherwie, even for that I am thankful, when it comes to the real brunt of the task I should feel I am in God's care and with the prayesof those near and dear at home, I shall be alright. Monday we drilled all day with gas masks, practicing putting, them on and also working in them they sure are miserable things to wear, but one is absolutely safe from gas if he ha one on. It only takes about eight seconds to put one on, so you see one can leg-ginga- I with butter made from the milk of , Ray Cowers, son of Mr and Mrs. A. J. Cowers, writes an interesting letter of the work at The letter fol Camp Lew is. lows; This paper would like to offer a suggestion to the new city council and that is the need of more light in the vicinkv of the deot. This city has a good sup ply of Electricity at its command and it would be a big improve hold hi? breath while getting it ment, a3 well as a convenience on. The worst feature is that to the traveling public to have you have to have a supper plate the vicinity of the depot lighted in your mouth, and after joj in such a manner that would be have had it on about 5 minutes you lieirin to sIoMht and you a credit to the town. cant help it. some of the guys If this matter was taken tin downed, ha! ha! nearly with the Railroad Co. we think is It raining again today as rif luiof thnir lliv than the expense. The little glimer-- , Vu?l' Roping right on the job ing lights that adorn the depot at the the present time, give it leave hore now. Rumor is pretty the appearance of some little strong that we will move in the course of a couple of w eeks so way station on the prairie. should stop you will Another improvement would if letters know w hy. name an the with le electric CALUMET U LIFE AT GAMP LEWIS and Sunday. Jack Teasdale. Manager of the Mt. State Telephone Co. at When company comes Fork, was a Nephi Spa..ish there is no t ime to visitor Sunday, shaking hands waste no chancci to with old friends. be taken ini'.hif Harry Reaglcy, left for sees that then: i3 ;df Ansreles. sign Friday, on account of can ?. of I have sjient alout two hours ways the serious illness of his hrother of the town emblazoned thereon. cleaning my rifle, washing Hoy. Many people pass on through shoes thats how one puts Mrs. Russell Hawkins, of Salt trains at night who dont know that in I do not have time. the POWDER QAfiKG Iake was visiting friends and such a town as Nephi exists. time tospare I should. the write letters relatives in Nephi the. early part Ix'ts wake up & get on the map. j I trust that all is on hand. Cn!;c s, pics. well at going of this week. doughnuts,t7tufnn and home and health is the the all of 4 to cat -. all good thin;; Mr.- Cose lo. of Salt Eake.w.-same. lakes It real must l dressed up in things to Herman Winn, son of Mr. and the guest of Mrs. K. R. Forre. t make us see the real thing. their best taste and enlisted has Mrs. T. C. Winn, and of this week. Monday Sunday looks. May (irod's blessings be with Mr. and Mrs. Walter I'axman. this week in the Engineering us all. S. U. of the Then, too, her reputaArmy. returned home from Salt Lake Corp Your Son tion as n cook must Miss Lavelle Ockey, went to where mornin, Sunday they and she Ikj upheld Ray. have been visiting for several Salt Lake Monday afternoon for "stakes" it on Calumet a short visit. weeks past. rtrrylime. ShcwM'Sit Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson. will not disappoint her. n All bills owing the Nephi Mr. and Mrs W. II. Helliston, of Washington County, visited CWr a can and rnvp lc Horse be must Company vt were visiting in Salt Ike the w ith Miss Anna Anderlaki; gs "company" kind paid by F?b. 20th. otherwise they Saturday is nrrjr clay. school here. who eany part of this week. son, teaching will lie placed in the hands of an Calumet contain only such of Salt Mr. Ivan Tew. have bin Ike, Ralph Rrough, has purchased Ingredients Attorney for collection. fiporoved efli tallr by the Hy Order of the Hoard of was the guest of Miss lavtlle the home of Mrs. Henry Forrest U. S. Food Authorities. this week. Mrs. Forrest, will Ockey Sunday. Directors. Y.a l J bay H. M. a wka Mrs. Thomas Memmott of move to Salt Lake and make her T. Mrs. Uetzy Anderson, returnot Air. future home in that city. ed home this week from Tacoma Scipio, a sister-in-laof Vrs. Hynim Rrough. is visiting thu E. city Memmott, James Ik she where en for has Wash, at her parent in St't Ike this some time past visiting her son did Monday in the hospital an operation. week. is Salt Lake, following Anderson. who Kept for Service. Choice white Gustave to Salt Lakf went I. H. Grace, Chester Hoars, and Jersey Hulls. g'ationcd at Camp Invis. She tiawhins, yas down to j. he will re- - Nephi Tuesday attending tho where All Registered. Hy Thomas Males that the loyg are feeling Wednesday, fine at d enjoying their work. main for several days on business , soldiers farewell dance Is Science Solves the Butter Problem Manager We pay 4 per cent on Saving Deposits. Nephi National Bank. AFTER NINE YEARS TESTIMONY NEPHI REMAINS RECRUITING IKSHAKEN. i f truth. the tx'Rt t Here in a Nephi Ktory that ha Umk1 the tent f time. It i utory with )int which will come MraiKht home to many of un. "I Mr. I). M. Miller. Nephi, have had more or les kidney trouMe for a numlx-- r of yearn. My back over my kidney pained me m severely at time that I a pretty had off. I'.lack before my eye. lnU often i a terribly nexvnua and o rec tie, at night 1 couldnt pet my right Wp. I doctored and uwd every remedies, but y Doan'a Kidney Pilla proved n that I have always relied on them durmfc these attacks. Iioan'a hfcve always Riven me Kidney prompt and effective relief." Mrs. Miller pave the above statement n Seplemlier 4.19"7and on AprilS.l'.'l? said: "It is seldom I need a she kidney remedy now, but at times colds cause a slight disorder. I use 1 loan's Kidney I'ilis right away and pet the ame gfwd results as ever," Price tVic, at all dealers. Pon't simply Iloan's .k for a kidney remedy-g- et Kidney Pilis the sme that Mrs. uw Feser MUltiirn Co., Miller Props., HufTaio, N. Y. Time U-s- a: aared wti-factor- U 1 1LN M)V 1 1 AVE A COLO vere chl finalities of Chamberlain's Conch Remedy. Mts. trsnk Crocker Pana lit., writes: Our son Paul caught a severe five year-olcold last winter that settled on his lungs and h had terrible coughing We were greatly worried atKin.t h.m as the medicine we pave did not help him in th least. A neigMpnr sj.ke i.em-dhighly or f hamrieriain so'ici that 1 got a bottle of it. 1 he first lose benefited him so much that I continued giving it 'j him until he was ured. " It's when vou have a Kt Vdii ai.nreciatc the d y For Sale- -6 room brick house, i clothes closets, bath, pantry, ml cellar. Electric litrhts, hot ind cold water. Good location. See A. V. Hague. OFFICER HERE Sergeant E. A. Stump, of the United States Recruiting Service came to Nephi Monday, and has been in town during the week, leaving here today. Sergeant Stump, has been in the U.S. Army for fifteen years, having served during the Boxer trouble in China, and also on the Mexican Uirder. He does not have any doubt about the ability of Uncle Sam to go over the top when the time comes. He is here at this time in the interest of recruiting for the Army service alone, but cannot enlist any drafted man unless the local hoard releases him. Try Nujol for Nephi Drug. constipation. Notice For Publication ISOLATED TRACT ( I'uhlisheri lUPf.IO LAND SALE Iepartment of the Interior, P. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, January 2, YAK Notice is hereby given that, a directed by th- - Comrrvloner of the General Land offiee, under provisions of Pec. 2r.', Tl. f . pursuant to the application of John K. Madsen. Serial No. OPtfiTS, we w ill offer at public sale, to the highest bidder, but at not les than 12.25 ler acre, at 10 o'clock a. m , on the 20th. day of March, lfils, nctt. at this office, the following tra"t of land: the SW 14 of SK Section 1 1. Township 12 South, Itanpo 3 east. Salt Lake Meridian. The sale will not be kept open, but will tte declarcj ci'ei when those jireaent at the hour na'reitiav-eefliebidding. The making the highest bid w ill te required to immediately pay b the Receiver the amount thereof. Any person r'aiminp adversely the land are advised to file their claims, or objections, on or before the time designated f r sale. OOP LI) H. PI.AKCLY, Register. I Firt pub. Feh. , last pub. March pr.o above-doarribe- d I. lH.