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AN AD. IN THE TIMES-NEWBRINGS RESULTS. IT HAS Tf IE CIRCULATION. Tl IE S Neplii, Juab County, UU h, Friday, April 26, 1918 IS READ IN The New., Vol .2 No 37 THE BALANCE OF POWER FLAG HOISTED WITH APPROPRIATE S EVERY HOME IN EAST JUAB COUNTY. The Times, Vol. 9. No. 29 HONOR TIMES-NEW- A CEREMONIES Large Crowd of People Present at Flag Celebration. East Juab County One of The First Districts to Get The Honor PUBLIC MEETING OF MODERN JESSE AMES CAUGM T NEAR MONA r.r.Y, WW A3 I mmm Thief Lead Sheriff And Levan Posse a Merry Chase lorse mm Lvery Nephi farmer should attend the reorganization meeting of the Farm Bureau to be held in the Court house Monday evening at 8:,'i0 p. m. We succeeded in obtaining you prominent farmers as members. In addition we must have your active working support. L'ts d', u bio the members, each one bring a farmer but above all bring yourself. The Farm Bureau is to the farmer what the Commercial Club is to the business man. A dead bureau amount- tonothing.A live one will do more for you personally and for jour agricultural community and its development than anything else can do We need l his bureau, yo i need it. Uncle Sam needs it. Other communities have developed by its The following is the letter sent Imitators of Jese James, and by the State Committee in preother notorious celebrities still senting the flag to East Juab seem to exist in the west, as County. if, r'V.m&?7T evidenced by the antics of a Dear Mr. Whitmore, would-bwho answerdesperado It is with a great deal of ed to the somewhat aristocratic pleasure that the State Liberty cognomen of CoHton Baldwin, Loan Committee presents to the and who gives Nebraska as his people of the east district of Juab home State. The following is the County one of the earliest Honor story of his capers w hich collaps Flags in the Scateof Utah in the ed at the point ot a pun in a Third Liberty Loan Campaign : secluded canyon near Mona Sun i You and the people of Juab day morning. Count v are heartily congratulat Tuesday of last week Deputy ed for the good work. Sheriff P. P. Christensen. receivThe Honor Flag is an emblem ed a telephone call from Delta U- recognizing patriotism and evi t ah, from Mr. Syndegard a sheepdeuce that your people have man of Mt. Pleasant, giving the answered the call of your Gov information that his hired man I tower. ernment. had been held up on the desert It can solve your big agriculWe again want to express our out West and relieved of a Horse tural and community problem. for your cooperation lppreciation and Saddle, and that the hold up the full force of it end for the favorable showing spend Mounhad gone towards Desert REO CROSS DRAWING PROF. KIRKHAM LECTURES on your grasshopunited efforts made by you in this campaign in started tain. Sheriff Christensen, behalf of your country. A BIG SUCCESS ON VOCAKL TRAINING west from Nephi at once, with pers, your gophers, your drainWith best kind wishes and the idea of heading him oil as he age problems, your inigatiuii, north. Getting out as far your necessary road:?, jour marcame hopes for your future cooperation The draw ing which was held Prof. Francis G. Kirkham Very Respectfully, at the Venice Monday evening State director of Vocational as desert mountain he learned keting problems and see what had turned and had can be done. Lets n,a . t STATE CENTRAL LIBERTY by the l.cai lied Cross Chapter Training, delivered a lecture that his man in a south east- next Monday evening, leis m t seen been going was a big success financially, Sunday evening in the Tabernacle LOAN COMMITTEE. the sheritr also otF on the right lout and keep hundred tickets being sold to a fair sized audience. The tub- - erly direction,Baldwin Heber J. Grant. Chairman, by four had been learned that Remember the bureau is at 10c each for chances on the ject handled was Vocational Mr. Crane of Salt going. J. David Larson, Executive Sec a by employed for in controlled by all, no schools. our and Ladies Collar. all, The public Training, Quilt and had left camp L; ke retary. no lucky number for the Ladies Mr. Kirkham dealt with the with county, factions, no favorites cliques, one of their horses and Collar was held by Mrs. R. W. question in a very able manner and for benefit and the benyour and also that Mr. -McVlullin. with number 179. The and showed very plainly to his other things, had efit of Your govOF EDUCATION your country. BOARD at TRAISE FOR len left . number for the quilt is 61, won hearers that the subject was a Crane's horse wants a for you to ernment exin way the Syndegaard's camp HOLDS MEETING MONDAY by Mr. Wheeler, the Oil man. The most vita! one to him. lie empha w hich tell them and and for their horse, your thoughts officers are very pleased with the sized the fact very furciblv that change s elfected been as had and a to for tell theiu way exchange result of the drawing, and the Utah should lead out in this stated in the commencement of w hat they have found out. A you Hoard Ed of wen-dointhe of in scheo's as she had meeting other work That theNohi interests manifested by the work, II. B. Woodbury looking to be, advancement of this story. in general. good wrk in their Manual ucation of Juab School district held !nd Monday April State and National life. After scouring the country for County Agent Art Department was always fully was Stewart presided, and miles around. Sheriff Christensen. Supt. Known to many of the Nepl.i there being present J. II. Grace Lor-ur.- o the came on tow ards Nephi. In the Bishop Helliston opened citizens who had taken the pain J. II. Lunt, Jas. Garrett Jr. PROBATION OFFICER F. and New J. Vocal meantime Baldwin, who by the AMERICAN ENGINEERS with solos Mangelsou it remained but meeting prayer. to investigate, were Miss Kutii rendered way is only 10 years old had by for Prof. Francis G. Kirk ham ton. APPOINTED I ot the he minutes Miss found his way into this valley BUIIO RAILWAYS Alice Miss Ord, Sperry, previous State Director if Yocaiina! and were read Velma Ievan and at and Miss turned meeting Lutie exapproved alut Belliston, concrete up to give y Training, IN FRANCE I have just received word from Hrough. Prof. Norton, assistant dusk in the evening. Tieing his and all claims against the dis pression to the high jHisition to trict after Mr. found Fitz correct to of a the horse hear Gerald, made a State also being short Secretary been store, post Supt, which this department has the Juvenile Court Commission address. An interesting part of he walked in and asked for a raised uubrthe supen is?on of were allowed. The official review of the first Prof Francis G. Kirkham met of Utah, that Mr. Dennis Wood me meeting was ine presentation trlass of w ater, after a short stay Prof. Spendlovo. of war issued by the Comof has been d wun year lie that It ami and set of of a noani double left to m? Nephi outlined the appointed pro single trees, go. hapjen "You have the ln"st department on Public Information mittee plan lor Vocational Training for bation officer for the Juab School to Prof. Kirkham, by Proll Vance Mangelson, also had his and are doing ti e herd work of this district. Prof Norton contained the following descript which of the District, comprises Nephi, of the Manual Art horse, a fine pacer, secured close work of American of I.jf. State Hoard also took up the mat Mona, Ixnan and Mills. Mr. Spendlove, the ion any town in I lab, and our of course friendly of the Nephi Schools, in by, Kiikham. and your Manual Art terwith the members. After Wood succeeds Mr. Samuel Lin Dept. Mangel-son'- s engineers in France: took traveler oliiely Mr. Spendmaking the American engineers have gone discussion the Iward took ton, whose other duties make it love told of the gift Department could well be the horse for his own use and amount of work this for foundation and paiUrn into French forests and done the the matter under advisement the imtKsib!e for hirn to serve in that had been dene in his depart-- left tow n at a two forty gait. line of work tt roughoul the State tame to be taken up at the next that capacity any longer. , Mr. ment the As soin as Mangelson's horse work of the pioneers of our own past season, and invit- was of Utah." inton has leen a very efficient ed the citizens mu ling on May 7th. misled . search w as made Northwest. They have frequently to come and inNephi citkens are justly proud The matter of making an esti- officer and he leaves with the once but no clue could be been uud'T fire. One of their first spect same. The meeting then at of this duartneit ,t their mate for next years expense was km1 will of the school system. closed found of the direction w hich had s was the reconstruction and Wm. Hailey. with by prayer there work comes The and Mr. to the referred to the following comdre schools, been taken by Baldwin. Sheriff extension of a railroad Ox) miles appointment Wood I. unsolicited and is II. after mittee all II. the J. Lunt Christensen. who had now got I ng to carry our products from Grace, practical, the past most careful consideration on his FRED jxjrls of disembarkation to ge and is dcifTied to fit t oy for and Supt Stewart. PARKINSJASSES AWAY back into this valley was notified eral ba- - es of otwration. who have those and Tl.f art the of had in the his turned loiier man that r.it when inspecthem av up work rcjori that the Fir.-- t The ot v ho made Mr. Lngineer trxps. an and Christensen. examination power tor, Any apjtointmcnt. Word was received in Nephi they leave school at d which the of in France arrivtd cases tie1 ot strong, school Central Juvenile valiev made loi!er this toerof another some delinquency the tatter of them must of the week that ad larger per cent part months to should once after war three t ine ago w as read. Mr. at be aloiit hills The ut with reported bit bf'-'adjacent oration. Th? rcjort take up as !' Fred resides Parkins who at then declared. Sine Wood. the was Miowed to the same result. le in good II 'i r i o w ; Si n g e Tn i n ak i n g 1m en Idaho, had passed away in nny number his augmenty rendition sod Stewart, gret Ray Supt. the -pmpreceiving Sat ir lay evening a phone rail Wheelbarrow Y'pnr.g S ats.nnd r that town. Mr. Parkin sjtcnt have been concare and attention. articU-is the ame from L-- . a i, that th' man ed. Theie troon in r otle f;u:n in the winter beinv many Nephi, past ensured general enThe of High School here for several months, leaving had been again seen near Iyvan stantly right kind of practical work studentititi.,n the work, sick is including Karl f .r the on the list introduction gineering Reid, of be nrfit instrumental and v i ec'ed, Nephi only a short time ago for ' if.d was beaded for the Kat construction of railways, docks, and mu-- f and has been unable to be in his orchestral his home, Mr. Parkins was not Mountains in the direction of aid he'o to every b y who tat. s 'c into the curriculum for next accustomed to merits, ah I hoplace at the Toggery in the best of health during his Broadhead's Ranch. The Sheri.'T wharve?. en this kind of training, and i. j car wa spital. granted. to from the most of the richt in line with th- - vor&tiornl stay here but seemed to haw caliid out a An American Army locomotive The of Mr on in him in ChnV was report the ,eHiist cha. Stewart, Rowers, Jake Supt b brought now before work improved ing leaving Nephi. tV securing of teachers for next from the sheep herd this week. He is the son of Fred Parkins Sr. tesen going a t from Nephi in w;n biiltintliH country in 21throughout Utah. days and shipped to the Lxpelitreason shewed that nearly all and is reported a being quite a former resident of and order to head hhn off in case he li r ary Force. Many other Nephi the t",,chers required for this seriously ill. also a brother of George Parkin?, shou-- attempt to get over into cars, losing trains. Mr. and Mrs. Karl lbikirsof Itad len secure!, from down who resides in Nephi. Another San Pete, whiie tle from came Miller, Henry buii lings, and difembled trucks, relative? I hi were ;.rd iiiting Thodnteof the High School his rpnch in Northern Utah, on brother Henry Parkins, lives in L"van, scoured the foot h'ils and other have been equipment and N in friends phi Tuesday Crnmencernent excrcifcs were the early morning train Wednes Ucon Idaho. valley. After an all niht run he to the output augment i shipped ?.ir. the v;m finally cornered in a canyon f t for Thursday May 23rd in the Ifepkim Wednesday. for a short visit with his day, construction the and facilitate , in t! f Alpine Ar.ir gfon Theatre. Oscar Lunt ret ime I home Sat ' liastof Mona, where he stonjie-JSnj t of family in Nephi. operations of America. i forces District of Utah Cour.ty. After considering several other Will Rates, is in town this urday from the East, having been unsaddled apparently thinkirg abroad. he was safe, until Nephi Taylor, T. C. Winn ret urn d home j ef n!i"r questions the board ad-- j week from West Tintic. Mr. there with a shipment of cattle, of the Levan posse came satis-factrHe 'ne iirnefl found till a 7th. reports May v to l.s tn'u having Sates, is an old time resident of terday r.fter a two r i rem behind a brush with the market for his stock. Chicago and othi. i Ladern poinl?. Nephi, and makes a trip here atcommand duff Baldwin, to cf.?jon when caught. Sheiiff Mrs. Winn and daughter Luena various intervals to see howF,arl Macfarlane is in from hold up his hands, or take the Christensen, gives high praise Karl Hojt returned home Sat-- i thing are Mr. Winn will who getting alonf in Nephi. West Tintic this week. He report j consepicncers, which he promptly to the Ievan men who assisted from Mission the field. Mr, nlay Irons w ho has been everything looking good at the oOeyed. Miss in some for Tacy remain time, w ell in the all night chase. Chicr.go him arid visit with their daughter lioyt left for his field of tabor teaching school in North Eastern Oraplala Mine. these being S. K. Ma'm- is Among due Sheriff Great credit t two years airo. and has Utah the past winter returned Mrs. Orion '.erry. and Levan U the Nephi laylnr, bert Han-to- r Dr. J. A Booth is out on the t'hristensen. pos.e t'en. the rnoft of the time in home Saturday, the schools in A- - Mangelson, and Floyd Lvcn lb" I .rgest bV logins' Oregon, with headquarters at that section having closed for the ftreets again this week after a the capture, as h w as wc!!rt"' life on a srn.ii! scale. recent severe spell of illness. iiontd. having 3 guns in his j.o F"b. 'Portland. season. With the singing of the Star Spangled Manner by several hundred school students accompanied by the Ladies Dellu Bund, one of the first honor Hags given to a district in the State of Utah for obtaining Us allotment, was Hung to the breeze Monday evening in Nephi, with an appropriate and inspiring program. Tlie opening addivss w as given ly Chairman (J. N. Whit more, who in well chosen words thank ed the people if Juab County i'or the hearty manner in which they had supported the loan in Last Juab County, stating that Nep'ni alone had .subscribed the amount alloll"d to the distiiet, while Ix.'an and Mona had doi,e equally as well. The Cnairman then called upon President T. D. Bees, who urged the people ' to bo 'oyal to their town, and too the nation and said the honor flag which had been just unfurled to the breeze, was evidence of t lie yal spirit of the citizens of Nephi and Last Juab County. A feature of ihe program was the singing of patriotic airs by several hundred school children, and th discoursing of patriotic music by the Ladie.-- . Delhi Hard. e 'if OVER THE TO? I't I tBL iie-ed- g JS ' 1 ta-k- MM-o- n Ix-va- -- s U-co- n : j j joe j t !. oi.-tri-et i - j i y f f!-o;- irt !