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THE orcior5 loczzSirolF'oi D o D D July Fourth TIMES-NEW- S. Pithy, Pointed Paragraphs Pleasingly Produced. Town Topics Tersely Told. Loran Beliiston returned home Q o 0 0 o AWAY iorrlcoi3llollc30irDlo WE ar Grocery Department 1 a h ECONOMY BASEMENT I CHARLES FOOTE'ft - dmsnp-jmin!i"- .hyni-cia- 1 n dim-aw- ece SPECIALS WEATH 2 Buy Now For The Buy While the ments Are Large. 4th of July I Hundreds of Pairs of all kinds of Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers and Pumps for the Entire Family in all the vrrv UirQ v J iVrtit J w a & j a All While Shoes and Slippers for U ladies, Misses and Children a 1 i 0 Per Cent Off. Prices from 98c. up. LargesT assort- merit in town. Come in and see thenf 8 Buy now for the 4th of July while the assortments are large. i Golden Rule Store L Wilford Orgill returned to Camp Kearney last Sunday after thirty days spent on his father's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Ellert- son's daughter Mabel of Fair- view is visiting with her parents SEE OUR HEW LIKE FOURTH OF JULY at JYlona. Heber Sterling and Salt Lake are spending' a tew days with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James H. Newton. J. N. L. Pexton and Dennis Wood of Nephi were present at bacrament meeting last Sunday and gave interesting talks on the lhntt btamp movement. Leo Ellertson who has been stationed at Camp Lewis for the past eight months is home on a thirty day furlough visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W Ellertson. , A large crowd of Mona relatives of Hyrum Kay of Santaquin were at that place last Wearies day evening attending a eceo tion given in honor of Hyrum who has joined Uncle Sams fight ing forces. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rowe, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rowe, Mrs. Frank Mrs. Elias Swasey, Molyneux, Mrs. Charles Hyde and daughter Argenta. Mrs, Isaac Kay and Edward Shepard were Mt. Pleasant visitors last Mrs. Frank. Manager 'Better Shoe for Le$ Monry 3 8 $ $ FIXINGS 9 8 in part of I CONSISTING Men's Canvas . S,hoes and Oxfords, all' 1 sizes, Silk Sox and Stockings in all the desirable shades and colors. Hand Bags, Purses, Belts and Auto. Caps in a fine assortment of styles and colors. Shoes and Slippers In Great Variety and at Reasonable Prices 1 hurscyay. An ice cream party in honor of Wiltord Urgill who left Sunday for Camo Kearnev was Friday evening at the home of Mrs. f . A. Keyte. A large crowd of vounur folks was nrpspnr nnrt enjoyed themselves by playing games arm eating ice cream. The much needed showers of the past week have refreshed evervthincr and trivpn new life to all vegeiation. Mona has had a good shower five days in succession now, those of Saturday and Tuesdav beinc pxvntinnnllv heavy. During the storm of last Saturday lightening killed two horses here belonging to Peter Hiskey and struck one of the barns on the Fowler Ranch damaging it materially. Much damage was also done by the flood up Willow Creek Canyon which caused the water to break away and destroy much of the irrigation ditch. at the: ! Nephi Mer. Co. I Where Good Shoes Are Cheaper Shoe DENTIST Repairing J A. Plione No. CHRISTENSEN Next door to Lomax Barber Shop OFFERS SUGGESTIONS Editor Times-XewDear Sir: FDR a 8 fcs Dr. Charles Dunn Fiist Class 3 ."at O.I!. UlJjf. Subscribe for The Miin St CELEBRATION Nephi Timet-New- t. s: m NATIONAL THRIFT DAY Friday, June 28, 1918 T Hereby Resolve I That no American boy shall life lose his Over There because of my failure to do all 1 can Over Here. BUY AS MANY THRIFT STAMPS AS d .... 't YOU CAN have any money left buy Walk-OvShoes, Hart Schaffnei & Marx Clothes, Stetson and Mallory Hats. They reflect the spirit of thrift. If you er im 8 i nan (of Being a subscriber to your paper, I wish to voice a suggestion. Knowing that our National birthday will soon be near and wishing for a fitting celebration, as its importance means far more to Utah than any other time since the singing of our inde pendence, would say, why not have the morning celebration in the park ? There is better - seat ing room, fresher air, and an Dellu Band. WillyoiMje there? abundance of shade, and I ,lso tickets including war tax ukr, think more people would go there. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Park. In regard to sport3 in the after Mrs. John E. Ingram. Mrs. David noon, Nephi on any other prePark, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence In vious 4th, has been very ouiet. gram. Mia Mary Park, and Mr. Our citizens are patriotic and and Mrs. Hugh Park, attended willing, so not have the the Park family reunion held at committees why of the various Mill Creek, Utah, this week. branches get together and offer Charles Wilson, while working Thrift Stamps? and payments on in the hews a few days azo was the vinner s lied Cross subscripknocked down during an electric tions. I mean by the winner to storm, but received no imunes. promote, foot racing, wrestlinnr. other than a severe shaking up. relay races, lotatoe races, nail aeverai others who were working driving contests, and sack races nearby also received slight among the men, women and our shocks. boys and girls. Mi Lucile Price Hopinjr this finds a place in the J. F. F. Club Friday evening your columns, and all honor to The time was spent in games, Nephi s quota of brave soldier and dainty refreshments wfre boys. I am very respectfully, served to Rita Schofield, Ieila A Subscriber. Deon P.igler, Ellen Ingram, Blackett, Kate Park and the hostess Miss Price. Wm, Sullivan, son of Mrs. Geo. Dry Land Farm on the Iievan Golden, received word Wednes- iwiukc uu vusjr leriiiH. ree 1. II. p. tun. day, to report for service on June iui 26lh. at San Diego Cal. The young man will leave the early For Sale! week for that place. part of The Tithing Office granary is Mrs. Gowlen will now have three offered for sale. Bids will be sons in the service of Uncle Sam. received on same until 1st. Mr. and Mrs. U A. Bailey, re- Tithing Office, Nephi, July Utah. turned rwrne Wednesday after an extended trip through the Catarrhal Deaf new Cannot Be Cured at th7 rnn t raaan tpliMor. Northwest They visited their lr 1h. d Th.r. pArtiM of th Mir ear. la fity mnf rtnrrhl .fn-- , son Reed, at Camp Lewis, whom .u-f n... I. I hr mn they report a feeling fine. They f .tarrhftl mfflltfos of tb. mur.itf Mntpff f Tub. fth'N Ihlt) tub. to also pent some time in Tacoma, tH. Rafthlftfl found or Seattle. Portland. Brigham City, lnrt.m4 yon ha.an4rvmhiini h It .ntlr.lr K th lh .."I. Coalville and Salt Lake, before tnff.nnmfttioft ..a M atir) thta tufnt f.l'j4 ' il normal eonrfffton. la tf to returning Nephi. will Manv rmm enU-rtaine- Extra Special, hy MONA ITEMS i liiM-axr- I LIVE ITEMS OFJNTEREST Friday from Camp Lewis. Cherries for Sale Call 28 Rl 0 Mrs. Walter P. Gadd. 0 ' Young Pigs for sale apply to oik J. Walter raxman, Mrs. Geo. D. Luff spent Satur day and Sunday in Salt Lake. IT IS TIME TO PREPARE Strawberries for sale. Phone 120 J 1. Mrs. Elliott Miller. Miss Deltha Bowles returned home Saturday from Salt Lake. are prepared to outfit you and li. F. Tomlinson was a business Ready-to-wevisitor to Salt Lake Wednesday. all your wants in all lines Honey for Sale. See Mrs. M. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Dresses, Silks, L. Jennings. Levan Utah. Dress Goods, Ribbons, Laces, Underwear, Hosiery, Silk Mrs. Meadox of Mesa. Arizona. and Lawn Waists. See our lines. Compare Quality and is the guest of Mrs. E. R. Booth Prices. We Can Save You From 10 to 20 Per Cent. r this week Mis. Gibson Cowan of Yermo. Calif, is visitintr her parents Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ingram this week. Mrs. Delia Pay.of Beaver City. 85c. is spending a lew days with her ugar, 10 lbs. for moth&r Mrs. Nellis Schofield this week. Large Size Milk, 3 cans for -Mrs. Joseph Irons, returned Small Size Milk, per can 6c. home yesterday, after a pleasant visit with her daughter at Gar Tiny Tot Corn, per can held, Utah. 5c. box Geo. W. Lunt was in Provo Matches, per Wednesday, attending the con Get All Our Prices. We Can Save You From vention of druggists being held Ten to Twenty Per Cent. B in that city. Mrs. Mat Lyons came down from Salt Lake yesterday, and will be the guest of her sister Mrs.'J. E. Cole, for a short time, Lots of Underpriced Standard Merchandise and Mrs. Heber Fowkes, and Miss All Kinds of Useful Household Articles to be Bernice Downs, left Saturday morning for Shelly Idaho, where Found Here at Our Big Money Saving Prices. they wjll visit with relatives for v some time. Mrs. E. R. Forrest, Miss Olga Bryan and Mrs. Ed Jones left last Saturday afternoon for San Diego, Cal., where they will visit for some time. One Price To All. Never Undersold. The rain that has fell the past week in Nephi has cooled the weather considerably, and has been beneficial to gardens and faMost and have in many instance The Doctor Away from Home When proven tal before medicine could be procured vegetation in general. Needed . or phvHician summoned. The right For Sale A good cream sen way is to keep at hand- a bottle of arator and a few pieces of house lVi. nri' ufti'ii very nurh Chamberlain's Colic and Oiarrahoea hold of Mrs. furniture. Inquire to funl that the ir family No Kemedy. physician can re iter be a in away from home when they most better medicine for thene By Betzy Anderson at the rear of need hii mtv iee. lile yuin having it in the huuite you much the Presbyterian Church. in the stimuli h and twelx, colic and pain and nulTerinj; and all rink, liuy it Mrs. Geneva Allred and child diiirrhiwa reuire yrornpt treatment, now, it mayiave life. ren came to Nephi this week from llarve. Montana, and will spend the summer with her par ents Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Price. Mr. and Mrs". A. F. Bracken. and Misses Camilla Miller and Edna Downs, left Friday morn ing for a trip to Weber Canyon and other northern Utah points. returning home Monday evening. 9 The time. Saturday June 22. The place, Arlington Dance Hall. The occasion. Second anniversary of the organization of the Ladies AssortONLY TWO WEEKS o NEPHI. UTAH. I Im-P'- fi rr-n- Ifn. afna ar raw")frTf bf catarrh, n 'J ( I 1 ilt fil-- M arhlck I. ftn lnAam4 f.n4ftlnfi nt th mvrntia FOR SALE t aiarrll M.dK-tHall mett thra tka mvcnua urfirn f tit. McCornick Hinder, in first class ha at4 at" w arllt viva On Itin4r4 rvtllara tnt condition, has cut about 2X) tat ata.rh.t Hn oi thai rannot acres. Wiil sell cheap. Apply to ta rmr fcf Hall atarrh MMtlelaa fir. Manse E. Jennings. F. CHISII CO.. Talada. O. j-l- 9 air-tmr- 9 TheT oggery Don't forget that Ictlcr to a soldier boy.