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THE TERM OF COURT POSTPONED TIMES-NEW- F01T1JP NEPH1, UTAH. S, ITEMS NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR PATENT. SERIAL 0224(15 Money To Loan on Improved Farms. Afton and Mildretl Allred went United States Land Ollioe, Salt Lake to Provo Monday. City, Utah. Apr'.; 15, 1918 Notice ia hereby given that Jesse Mrs. Orrin Huggin of Salt Coulson, whose post office address is Lake is visitinp in this city. Nephi, Utah is about to make appli Warren Allred came from cation in the United States Land for a Provo Thursday to spend a few Office, at Salt Lake City, Utah theN-for United States Patent of days with his parents. NE-Section 20. Township of SE-a ot Mrs. Arnett Salt Lake is 12 South Range 2 East, Salt Lake Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Brough. j?uest at the home of her parents Meridian, surveyed lund of the United States known as the Mountain Lake and Miss Lutie Brough, and Lola Mr. and Kasmus Rasmussen. works, placer claim containing d Salt and Zella Holman Bardell Saturto motored Provo Cazier, I'd acres embracing a mineral spring married at of were this city will with Mrs. visit Brought day. from the waters of which a valuable her daughter Mrs. T.L. Schofield Nephi last Wednesday. commercial article of Salt can be and The June term of the Fifth Judicial District, which should have convened in Nephi Monday June 3rd, has been postponed. Judge Morris having made an order extending the time till July 1st. 2 4 4 Reasonable Rates. We make a thoughtful study of your particular requirements, which enables us to give your business more than ordinary service. Col-lar- Miss for Borne time before Eva Anderson of this city being returning home, and Miss Lutie Brough, and Harry liowers of Nephi were The said mining claim is on record in at Nephi last Wednesday the Office of the County Recorder of and Miss Lola Cazier, will attend married Juab, County, at Nephi, Utah on page May 22. the B. Y. U. summer school. 5 of book No. 11, and the Official I'lat manufactured. is Keep you loans at home! Luella Oldroyd has returned from Provo, where she has been and Field Notes of the Government are of record in the United attending school. She will teach survey States Land Office in Salt Lake City, BUY A No one in gutters backache, headaches, or dintrtdsing urinary ills, can afford to ignore this Nephi woman's twice-tolstory. It is confirmed testimony that no Nephi resident or a famous can doubt. Mrs. Macartney, says: "1 have used Doan's Kidney Tills both at my old home in England and in this country Pianos and Player Pianos and have found them the best kidney remedy. Since coming to Nephi. I had a bad attack of kidney complaint and 1 think it was caused by the change in drinkjng water. I became stricken with Dayne-Bcebe Special Representative, pains across my back and kidneys and Music Company they were almost unbearable. I know my condition was serious. The confidence I had in Doan's Kidney. Pills made my Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured recovery easy. After short use of this by local appllcution. Omy cannot reucu th dlvas)-portion of th rar. There Is medieine, I was completely cured. " only one way to cure catarrhal 4tatnt-asand that la by constitutional (Statement given May 18. 1910.) Catarrhal Deafness Is caus. d by an InNO TROUBLE SINCE flamed condition of the mucous lining' of th Eustachian Tubs. When this tube la On 4. 1917. Mrs. Macartney April ImInflamed you have a rumbling sound or perfect harint and when It is entirely said: "I haven't had any need of a closed. Leafneaa is th result. In leas tfia Inflammation can be reduced and this tube kidney remedy since I last recommendrestored to Its normal condition, hearlnir ed Doan's Kidney Tills. I consider the will b destroyed forever. Many cases of deafness ar caused by catarrh, which la cure they gave meiermanent. " an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply th blood on th mucoub surface of th . ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's System. W will giv On Hundred Dollars for Pills the same that Mrs. any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot Kidney b cured by Hall's Catarrh Medic In. CirCo., Macartney uses. Foster-Milburculars free. All PruKKisfs. 7&c. F. X CHENKV CO., Toledo. O. Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. Nephi who Columbia Grafonola d EdisonTalking Machine ROBERT LOMAX , n here the comk.fr. season. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Holman, Tuesday evening a bundle shower was given for Mr. and Mrs. bardell Collard. Patriarch John F. Allred of North Sanpete Stake, who lives at Spring City is quite seriously ill. His daughter "Mrs. Henry Jackson of this city has been at his home for some time. Rowena Jacobsen and Mathias Allred were married in the Manti Temple Wednesday. They are both, popular young people of this city and their many friends wish them a happy journey thru lite. Mrs. Frank Hanson is from a serious ilrness. The Geo. Utah. Any and all persons claiming adversely this mining ground, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their adverse claims are filed according to law and regulations there-unde- r within sixty (t0) days from date of the publication of this notice with the register of the United States Land Office at Suit Lake City. Utah, they will be barred by virtue of the provisions of suid -- 1 hereby direct that this notice be published for 60 days in theTimeg-New- g a newspaper published at Nephi City, Utah. Dated United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah April 15, 1918. GOULD B. BLAKELV, Register. First pub. April 19th, last pub. June A Skills tote ;r: iX'lfly J r--- Mfe farewell dance was given Rakes Oils Hoes Shovels Kalsomine Forks Brushes Lawn Hose Electric Motors White Lead Rent Our Electric Vacuum Cleaner $1.00 per Day WELL UiE KENDALL BROS. Nephi Plaster iids No Kqua.1 "The Plumbers" The Largest and Purest natural Jcpj A of Gysu:n in the Won J. 1 Nephi Plaster 6 1 OCOCOCOCXXXXXXXXOCOCOCOXO Phone No. 1 COOOCOCCXXDCOOCOCyXXXXXXXXD LOOKING AHEAD Co, Llsinore. in the Opera House Friday even ing in honor of the five drafted boys. A very large crowd was Paints Varnish "He Bui'i Z'Udy Who CuiIJi Weir EUII D NEPHI We Sell Statute. TO Whitmore Co, xxxxxxxxxoococooco She James Johnson has been from Wyoming, where he was working at the time of reg istration. He is at home at present and a farewell dance will be given in his honor Friday evening. He will leave Saturday Fountain Green has had many visitors for Decoration day. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cook, and Mr. Frank Cook of Provo, Mrs. Gardener and son of St George, and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Livingston of C. Ask us how. OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK. 21, 1918. was operated on about a month ago at. the hospital in Mt. Pleas ant. She seemed to feel very well and exerted herself which caus ed a backset. Satisfactory Terms Barber Shop City ooritrEona tbxatmkt in wise looks to the future, person fJKST CLASf WO t THE prepares present and the receipts amount to meet it squarely. N. NIELS A. ed to over $140. An interesting Proprietor Start r Door Sou ill of Luntt' I'harn.acj a Savings account now. program was given after the dance, which included a song by the Wide Awake girls and a talk Livery and Feed Stable We Pay 4 Per Cent on Savings Deposits by Geo. Collard. Bua Mta All Train. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Aagard enDrar aa4 Baavaaa tertained most royally for Ed Ooo4 Llrary Rlra. Wacona. Hansen, Saturday evening. A large crowd of relatives and AfaU for Coal. Phono Ca. Nix 44 1. friends were present. The same H D. COLDIBtOVCH. Pt.,r,Uf evening Kate Christensen entertained at the home of her parents, in honor of the five departing soldier boys. About seventy guests were present. A large crowd of friends and relatives of the boys who were drafted went with them to Manti Sunday, where they made arrangements for leaving. A larger crowd accompanied them to Manti Monday morning. The Ftn. Green band was along to furnish music. About 9:30 a. in. the boys from the county marched from the court house to the station where farewells were said, We have told you in our advertisements that our business and music given by two bands, one from Ftn. Green and one in Utah last year resulted in a dehicit in our revenues of from Manti. At 10:15 the boys $244,073.10. boarded the train and left the to full of their their hope county Here arc tome figures showing an even more alarming duty. Decoration day was fittingly situation : obsetved in accordance with the Presidents proclamation lor fastSo for in 1918 our gross income increased 1.1 per cent ing and prayer. A pplendid proin the same peroid of 1917. But was orer the gram given meeting house in the afternoon, which consists of the following: Song The expense of maintaining our lines and cauipment by Audience "America" includduring the tame period increased 47.4 per cent, and ing the five new verse sung by the choir. Opening prayer. Song by choir "Hattle Hymn of ReThe exDcnseof oneratinpour nlant during the same time public" Reading tWnration Day increased 24.8 per cent. by Mrs, Cora Smyth, Song Bishop T. J. OHroyd.TalkJ.L. Nielson. Piano Solo "Oh My Father" This means that unless some measure of relief is accorded Verda Anderson, Prayer A. us through increased revenues the year 1918 will close with James Aagard, Song, Wide Awake Girls, Talk. 1L. Hola deficit of orer four hundred thousand dollars in, Utah. man, Song by audience "Star Spangled Banner, Benediction, Obviously, our revenue and expense problem is one Ed Sornsen. NEPHI NATIONAL BANK War-tim-e Responsibility Yours and Ours National necessity has put a new responsibility on every motorist. Utmost service is demandcd-t- he highest usefulness of yourself and your car. Service and economy are your only considerations. Our responsibility rocs hand in hand with yours. 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