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THE ITEMS 4H BIG OF JULY SALE! NEPHI. UTAH. TIMES-NEW- S. OfJTEREST STORES OPEN TODAY June 28th, all day. Buy Pointed Pithy, Paragraphs Thrift Stamps at the stores. i Pleasingly Produced. Town For Sale A Goat and Harness Elliot Miller. Topics Tersely Told. SATURDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY SEE OUR NEW See Venice Theatre Saturday nicrht. Clara Kimball Young and her Ladies $3.75 Silk Waists, sale price offer Magda AdA fine baby girl was born to own company in (Jj Mr. and Mrs. Brent Hall, Thurs mission 5c and 10c. Miss Vilate Mawrum and Mrs. O 1 Q Ladies $2.50 Silk Waists, your own choice day. Charles Sportsman of Provo at flnrinnr snip S Miss Afton Greenwood of Salt tended the 1 Dellu Band dance Lake is the guest of Mrs. Hyrum Saturday evening at the Ladies White Wash Waists Brough this week. $1.00 to $2.50 Mrs. Betzy Anderson, Miss Mrs. Lillian Done of Payson, All Ladies Silk Dresses and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. Edna Anderson, and Gustave Skirts Anderson, left yesterday for A. Foote this week. of Shoe. lacoma Washington, where they ,?d J Q Mrs. John McKee of Salt Lake will visit for some time. is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. P. Anderson, Principal of Ai.s,ib.nd Dre Good, j' 5 N. C. Pexton this week. trie Lvan high school was a Nephi visitor Wednesday. Mr. Honey for Sale. See Mrs. M. Anderson AWhi,e Lawn, and W.,h , Q is taking his summer E. Jennings. Levan Utah. vacation on his farm at Fillmore. Help fight the war. Pay your If offers his Ribbons, Trimmings, Laces O way with War Savings Stamps life, your neighbour can loan you surely sale your during if you can not go to the front. money. Save with the same Miss Olivet Bowles left for eagerntss that your neighbour Provo Tuesday morning where fights and buy W. S .9. with she will be employed for some your savings. " 1 Reeve Richardson a former time. lbs. for 0 90c. Sugar, here was shaking hands resident Fred Eureka Mrs. of Maynard with old friends in Nephi yester Tomatoes, limit 2 cans, 2 cans for 25c. has been spending the past week day. Mr. Richardson is now lo in Nephi the guest of Mrs. Ed cated at Lynndyl. 29c. 35c. Bottle or Can of Catsup Downs. " " " .Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jones and 17c. 20c. For Sale -- 320 acres of Good family of Murray are the guests Dry Land. Farm on the Levan of Mrs. Jones parents, Mr. and Large Size Milk, 12c. can, 3 cans 35c. on easy terms. See T. H. Mrs J. D. Pexton, this week. Kidge 1 Small Size Milk 6c. dozen for 69c. Burton. They are also enjoying a camptrip in Bradley's Canyon. 1 of Salt Edward for 5c. Lake, ingMr. Ockey Soda, 2 packages Mrs. Ross Ockey have an old time resident of Nephi, is moved and from McGill, Nevada to Carnation Rolled Oats or 35 c. visiting relatives and friends in Nephi the past week. Mr.Ockev 1 week. Ntphi this is expecting to go into the ser 5c. Corn, per can Tiny Mrs. J. W. Brough left yester- vice of Uncle Sam in the near Small Size Pork & Beans 2 cans 25c. day for Provo where she will vis- future, having received his noit with her daughter Mrs. Venice tice to this etFect. We Save You 0 to Compare Our Prices With Others. 4th. JULY WAIST SPECIALS Schofield for about ten days. 20 Per Cent, Visit the Economy Basement For Bargains. Dozens of Waists have arrived MissTirza Hansen, returned for the 4th. of July, Voil Wains to her home at Loa Monday, a1 98c Silk Waists up to $3.50 d after several weeks visit with value at $1.98 her sister Mrs. V. A. Warner. Georgetta Crepes, up to $5 at &j High Grade Georgetta Sheriff Martin and Dr. Steel $3.4'J Waists up to $6 50at$4.J8. Crepe Bailey were over from Tintic Golden Rule Store. L. Frank One Price To All. Never Undersold., j Monday on matters pertaining to Manager. of drafted A home coming the party was givmen from this county. en Tuesday evening by the North Ward Missionery Committee in honor of Clyde Gowers, who has recently returned from the mis sion field. The party was given BUY EARLY! All stores must close at 9 o'clock sharp on Saturdays and before at the home of Mr. Cowers, and guests to the number of fifty We advise therefore our customers to make their purchases early. Holidays. were present. A splendid time was had, including games, music songs. Delicious refreshments II were served to those present. LY Young Pigs for sale apply to 39 FOURTH j. waiter raxman, 20 per cent Off 20 per cent Off Q(f percent Off Qff I6j in part of Canvas Shoes and Oxfords, all Silk Sox and Stockings in sizes, all the desirable shades and Hand Bags, Purses, colors.. Belts and Auto Caps in a fine assortment of styles and colors. Grocery Department Shoes and Slippers In Great Variety and at Reasonable Prices " jj & w f W Wheat AT THE! Tot Nephi Mer. Co; 1 FOOTE & SOUS 8 I LI OF specials FOURTH IN ALL OUR FOR SALE McCornick Binder, in first class condition, has cut about 200 acres. Will sell eheap. Apply to Manse E. Jennings. DEPARTMENTS 7-- I . i ' v. TV For Sale! Men's & Young Men's Suits Young Men s & Boys Suits, latest MEN'S, Westylescan andsavecolors.frontEvery$2.50 topositively $7.50 The Tithing Office granary is Bids will be received on same until July 1st. Tithing Office, Nephi, Utah. you i J ... 49c. Shoes, Slippers, Oxfords, Pumps 1 s I Ready to Wear Garments Shirts for Men and Boys, Tics, I losiery, Underwear and all other Furnishings. No space to mention prices. We offer an 10 Per Cent Off exceptionally fine line at , di. S 8 1 8 All Ready to Wear Garment, Dresses, Skirts and Waists. l() 10 Per Cent Off. per rent off. Dress Goods Men's and Boys' Furnishings 8 8 8 You must come to the store and find out for yourself. We can save you dollars and cents on everything you buy at the Golden Rule. 8! Golden Rule Store I L, Frank, Manager. "Better Shoes For Less Money. Nephi, Utah &3sxs East Juab County r at the present lime threatened with destruction by the grass-hnt.yand other twsU, and. V HEKKAS, unless immediate action i taken to destroy these peU a great many of the crop will be entirely destroyed, and, W II K ft K A 8. Section 1 2 of the Com pi t.awa of Utah l:(7 a amended, provide that where the aforsaid condition exists the owner or person in charge of such premises, npon notice from the proper officer shall immediately destroy or disinfect his said premises and shall make application to the ,tate Crop Pest Commission for such advise and treatment as shall e necessary to eterminate the and, W IIF.lt HAS, the law further provide that if after receiving notice to or disinfect said premises, any destroy person shall refuse, he or they shall be deemed guilty of maintaining a public nuisance and shall be proce4ed against as such. NOW THF.REHWK. be it resolved member of the Nephi Farm by tb Unreal! Association and a maiority of the farmers of the Net! District in mass meeting assembled, that we hereby petition the Honorable Hoard of Vmnif Commissioners of Juab Connry, Utah, to take immediate steps to every person in charge or possession of any lands or premises in the vicinity of Nephi farming districts which said premisesis inferted or infpsted with th grasshopper or other pests, to destroy said nests in such manner as is provided by law and the orders of the Utah Stat frnp I'est Commt.ion BE IT rXRT.IER RESOLVED.'that in case any person hH fail or refuse to comply with the order of said Board of Commissioners in respect to the Above matter, at the time and in the manner as is provided by law and the orders of the said Test Commission then and in that event we favor any aion that the said Board may I required to take under the law to compel violators to rid their premisei of all siK h public nimsnres. passed this 2Mh, day of June A. t d 25c The finest assortments of High Crade Shoes at the Lowest Possible Prices. Hundreds of Pairs of White Shoes and Slip- , , pers from 98c. Up. 10 per cent off on all Shoes up to the Fourth of July. dentist Zun, Subacribe for The k WnK; Timea-New- a. .1 Keep Your Doll- ars Marching On TODAY IS LAST I1AY OF"THRIFTWEEK" i WI!EKEA.Ytheorfin Straw Hat Specials For Men. all hats up to $3.50, only For Boys, all hats up to $1.50, only A. CHRISTENSEN Charles Dunn RESOLUTION on each suit Men's Suits from $9.85 to $22.50. Young Men's Suits from $7.85 to $17.85. Boys Suits from $1.98 to $7.85. Boys Pants 49c. Up. Hats and Caps, a large assortment to select from. Come and see them, 49c. Up. 1 J. Repairing j offered for sale. suit - r- - Fi.st Class Shoe fcj r t4 l-- jw!. 1SI. Secretary, O M T. C. WHlTMner., Chairman Winn. 1 Where Good Shoes Are Cheaper Crepe-deChinean- 1 CHARLES j FIXINGS CONSISTING Men's Cdlt Ut 0 OP JULY XL4 9 9 SILVER BULLETS will help win the . war; so help finance YOUR fighters! Buy War Savings Stamps July Fourtli means more to us this year than ever before; it brings to our mind the great blessing of independence Are You Helping to Keep This Independence? The Toggery Don't forget that letter to a soldier boy.