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Tilt Lime for Sale an. See P. II. The local Red Cross Chapter have received a donation of a fine Quilt, and a ladies lace collar this week. It is the intention of the officers to hold a drawing: in tne near future and sell tickets for chances on these articles,, in order to raise money for the Red Cross work in Ncphi. This information is pi'ven to our readers, so that when you are approached by some pretty tfirl to purchase a chance on these useful articles, just die; down i t your pockets and iish out the necessary coin for a ticket on the drawing. Cow- Mrs. Lizzie Manj?um Hall and son Melvin of IV vn are visiting friends in Nephi this week. We have received a couple of very ood poems through (he mail this week written by some Nephi boy, who fails to write his name. We would like to publish same, but it is against the ethics of good journalism to publish unsigned matter, not as a necessity to publish the author's name in less so desired, but as an evidence of good J1 See our New Line of Ladies Silk Waists, the Best Selections ever shown here. NEPHI. UTAH. ITERS OF INTEREST Ladies - . TIMES-NEWS- Jap Silks and Tub Silks of High Quality and good patterns at only $2.50. Crepes, Taffetas, and Messalines in faith of the all the leading Colors, Plain and Stripes of High Quality The kind you usually pay $5.Cto $6.50 for, Come and Choose at only $3.75. Unusual Values all New Styles just received direct from v. I ad-van- New Spring Dress Goods in Silks, French Serges, Poplin Batistes, Fou- I lards and Taffetas just arrived. You should see them. Also Our New Models in riter. 9S Roval Worcester and Bon- - .5oJ Wm. BaiL-v- , came down from Douglas White of Los Angeles at $ 1 , $ 1 .25, $ 1 alt Lake this morning for a few Industrial Agent for the Sali'Oj fit for every figure cy? gj and up to $5. days visit with his family in T,ake Unite, and one of the best $f known railroad men in the West ;o Nephi. J. S. Ostk-r- , of Salt Lake, is in was a Nephi visitor to day m price for every purse at the IkMlisUm Karl and Oek his to week this Henry attending Nephi business interests. ey who are working at Salt Lake Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hunting- - sr'J ,n Nephi tins week visiting ton. ai.d daughter Amine, of Sail re;atives and friends. H i:ili!llllll!ll!llini!lliillllltlill!li!ll!ll!lll!lllllllllllitlliliillllllllll!l! Mrs. Keed Starr came up from !,ake. were the guests Sund:i U f Mr. and Vrs (J. R. Judd. Mr. Lynndyi yesterday on account of and Mrs. Huntington, ate the sickness, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jackson, parents of Mis. Judd. nnd formliveu in Ciantsvil'.e. hut ;nv returned home Friday ai'hrspend- lesiding in Salt Lake. ,x.r a week in Sail Lake visiting iA Mrs. H;tT Irons. t iiPrtaincu relatives, l l i n V1 vvnere a number of her t fiends Wedues- isaood iviercliandise is Cheaper Fd I itt cause dovvu from Salt i day evening ;.t a pleasant .social. Lake the earls part of the week The time was spent in games he intends taking a trip to and oilier amust ments, and tie- - Angeles before returning home, iicious i el resiiiueiits were served. CI. tit nee I'oote came down from Salt Lake to attend the I am Hell to attend prepared Mrs. Clarence Austin of GarMiss Pearl Jones ""as hostess to your wants in .shoe repairing Dellu Hand show Monday even- mem- land Utah is spending a fewdr.ys to the Wednesday evening of nil kitn.'s. llv .shop is equipped anted - A girl for l.ousework bers of the B. T. I. Club at their with her parents Mr. and Mr;.. with the latest machinery and social. The evening was Thomas P.rough this week. ' ' M;'rm"n fanuly in Salt weekly appnaue.,.. fordoing first clas pleasantly spent in sewing and Sunt Hay Stewart returned home '.tv"'rk.good work. I )on't fail to give me n :f?wares. music, and dainty refreshments home the latter part of the week tt or rite nial no matter bow d.liicuh tl.e;a'1,J ' were served to the following; after an extended trip through ' l J,.A. CI rstenscn. job. Alberta Blackett. Delia Orme, Northern Utah on his annual v. i . ri. .eiit iNOllll DWUe Wi .Mi Leone Hague left lor ... , ... . Salt juim Mabel Susie Ostler, Norma search for teachers for nextyirr. v, Pitt, pi.. t: nunc iiuini'i oaiL i.,i.' viii, a short visfor Hazel Jones, edne.Mlay Orme, Zella Park, He reports having beenquite sucbl.r 4.j7t; Wasatch. Viola Worthing-ton- , cessful in obtaining them. Olivet liowles. it with relatives. Mrs. 1L F. Tomirhson of Sait Fonda Sperry, Phyllis Price, Miss Morrison, Supfof the lied We ai e offering some great Lake, wile of Mr. Tomli.ison of Cross Gauze work from the head- - s Hanridns these davs'in Ijidh s tLe Nephi Drug was visiting in and the hostess Miss Jones. A letter was received this week uii.--. ; t quarters office at Denver Colo. IV; c! :.drt!vnient Npiit thii wceU. from Ieslie Booth who is visited the NVphi chapter Tuesin this it wil! yaveou mnj. Lye strain bpec-il.lr.willl cteoon ' in France. This was the day. . Ik Hot'.'l tne Forrest at 'v. (tolden Rule L. Frank Mgr. M'fnday April L2nd. firs.t letter to reach his parents Mr. Overson. an old and psom-ine' I According to a reori sent (? Mrs. R. H. Ratten was in Mon- since he left in February, a no to citizen of Ieamington Utah t ..i this week fietai tin" War Saving i day from the oil wells near Juab get news from him was certainly was doing business in Nephi welcome. He states that l e is i Mamp committee for the State- reUin,ing there Tue.-daWednesday. Ho says that the l riu l as pfA iof t",n- Jl,',, t"4,UI'ly "A N'igiit In A Cabaret" which well and feeling fine. crop prospect in his part of the M. Park has lxen seriously country are looking well and 'It d to seventh place in t!i ratio was pui.oii last Monday evening ill I). this week, but is reported as promise if a AV of s to April 1st. Afer h at the Arlington by the Ladies gid year is on evsomewhat better to day. being a Del.u out hand; ery Rand, of large the brought out t i Liberty lnn h way. Dr. J. A. Ikoth and Alonzo j. we must ,need in. "the .sales a!' crow-- in lacltiietneaire wai pack Price have been very ill this eu us O (stamps if we expect to tnami'in endlo was canaeuy.anuinennaneiai Tor Bilisuj Tr.'ubtM week with serious cases of Erv- all that could have been jour posiii n am ng the c'ountie desired. The play is full of gin - T ''8 "'" To promote ma notion of the livrr . M 'of Utah. The South Ward Auxilary of and ti.rreot the dirferiiTi ger and was well received by the luukeXtiy- UiL. Word was received W the Nephi Red Cross Chapter, iuu.ne!i, ( liaitilnTlain's large audience present. ir fnm Si ncer Forrest who is Jeose T. Cannon, managtr of will give a benefit dance at the hiw quickly Try tlurm and th Aviation Sclo,l M tile .le.--- e Knight Coal Company Arlington (Fridav) thc-- give yu a relish fur your ftKd Tickets 50c extra lady 2.rc and hur.ili that dull und ntu id feeling. Uelkley Ca'ifon.ia. tliat he l ad was a Nephi visitor esterday. v succe.'-sfulthe -l iH.-ii evimiii; Ton Corsets, A i - :x ECONOMY BASEMENT Visit the Economy Basement where you will chandise greatly underpriced. Save Money. .in: 3 20 per cent. find lots of useful Articles and Standard 1 1 I j the Factory. You cant buy the Goods for this Price. Watch Our Grocery Prices and Save 10 to v The LATEST I Is Mer- A good place to I Nephi Mer. Co. I i- c-- ' 1 . . f'a ! NEVF.R UNDERSOLD ONE PRICE TO ALL 8 j V,,,Mly I i.--s CHAS. FOOTE & SONS - j r now-locate- st nt - t- Ladies ! Attention ! - ; A chance to get high-grad- ! I e ! i l Suits at the lowest possible prices - - - ye.-Unlr-jy ! M R w fcr gW 1 I' 1 1 of Entire Sample r C 11 ,1 I or mostiv blue Line ouits, i. i o Clean-u- p C? ! r-- oerges, Liabardines and ' 1 v oplms" to-nig- ill l hi tionp. n fcs w k highest marss ':- - i r ......i;Mn Mrs. i.. i;. J2 111 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00 $30.00 value values values values at at at at $14.85 17.85 19.85 22.50 only only i j SrT Ij Golden Rule Store L. Frank, Manager "Always the Newest w . - Tutsdny. r Tii-'M- - ow n IJ . f '-! .s horn- i itn.i'.r. j. jf. Lunt w nt to K.Sti. and ni'-'-Milard County i !.', on a cattle b;ii;g trip. Dr Titus of Iigan v, a- - a phi isitor Tuesday. Ic wa. fn hi way to Moroni vh re he ', ;) of th M ;o ni if;t the Smrar Fs. torv in n!ant.imr 'o ictes of suirar lc in whi h ' III left f r seed, a it L the infto grow V tit tion of the r . fa fc! t f eetj a 'id be md ; t) tl c foreign supply. Mr. uvi Mrs. V. M. F r . Sa't I'd.eon Friday's Tliev were cal'ed i'-- J ; .!. j t cf afijr-noi- Is d wn frttrn Sail LfAe this w k isj!ir,g I4i parents. Walter expects to ... ral'ed in the rest draft fi im Salt fike. j Mrs. U. I. r.rown of Sait f, 1e is r ' . . l.t'-r Vir.. Ja L. )!el!iun this v ek. 1 is -- H ini it flop!? mp;in annn fnlU value for ymir money. H a ? Styleplus Clothes $21 and $25 H ii ii i ' 1 X ' t r fn . )i: in the pass - word of the hour, i n . dui .iinrut(. aocs not mean hoard- - w is 11 rcponJ to the demands for "thrift" as regards men'i end young mfn' clothing. Tliry are manuUturrd on a tremendous wale, wl!! rcducrji opfr.it ng co1 and enables the makers to give in each grade - . the greatest possible value for n. pi-l- T f S Thrift I., ,ft account of the (ffath of Mr-Foofe's M;i fda IbTilii! Ul, Walt'-- n THE THRIFT SPIRIT IN S STYLEPLUS CLOTHES ! fr-'i- I All suits arc suitable Ladies' and Misses' Goats10 Per Cent Discount-Saturd- ay and . All INext Week - iau-Ti- n Provo Saviirday. !r. l!Kth v. j!! remain in NVphi for the it of. wliik Miss Booth uid mnttt 3iMier studies ill the 15. Y. V. pe rn of IVovj iy Mif Vilata Mar-uw as a N'ej hi i 'if or Monday, ty Wy W'' turning t onlv nn.i ler Athena, can." 15 m ) g t!i v I: for all year 'round Mostly dark colors 8 v'etti''g lb v.1,1 r.o.v be tlic ria-.t f..r entrance ny ,g;b:e at San Diego. fxjuadnm Miv. E. D. Rigitrof 1H An-You can ave from $5 to geles h v i t i i g at t he h me of $10 on each uit. ' See 'M.-- . ctvl Mr . Abr.-- R!.-- Vv fcjjweek. prices in our window . .. fB y ii 8 jhc Sylej.lu S fan Clolhr are money Amf-rira'- s also rrotfedy define ihrm a Only Known-prke- J Ct.ifirt-- we Amrnr' Thrill Cllhr. The TOGGERY 1 -C' fct vt rfvt1 v 7r. 8 8 8 1 i 8 8 1 n .