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THE TEIYIS ' m I Mil l-S- NEPHI. UTAH, S. INTEREST OF i BAHGA HS UR Pithy, Pointed Paragraphs Pleasingly Produced. Town Topics Tersely Told. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hopes of Eureka spent Sunday with Mrs. Wm. Cole. Young Pigs for sale apply to Our entire line of Summer Dress Goods Plain nnrl Firrurp'rl I amc below the market next weeK 5 per cent off. All Straw Hats at only Half rnce. iviusnn underwear at D per 1 j' TIMES-NEW- I cent off. Ribbons, Laces and Trimmings 20 per cent off. Get our prices on all We can save you from Dry Goods. 0 to 20 per cent. 1 Grocery Department Tomatoes, limit 2 cans, 2 cans for 25c. 35c. Bottle or Can of Catsup 29c. " " 20c. 17c. 2 cans 25c. Large Size Milk, Small Size Milk 4 cans for 25c. 5c. Soda, 2 packages for 5c. Tiny Tot Corn, per can Small Size Pork & Beans 2 cans 25c. 44 44 8fa 44 1 1 We Save You 0 to Compare Our Prices With Others. 20 P er Cent, Visit the Economy Basement For Bargains. 1 CHARLES FOOTE & SONS One Price To AH. Never Undersold. 1 J. Walter Paxman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Belliston have returned to Nephi this week from Murray, and will remain here during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Winn, of Leamington, spent the 4tn. in Nephi. Mrs. James Hawkins of Salt Lake was the guest of her daugh ter Mrs. Ralph Brough Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mille: and family left for Salt Lake Monday for a short visit in that city. ForSale-2- 20 acres of Good Dry Land Farm on the Levan Ridge on easy terms. See T. II Burton. Mrs Isabella McCune is a guest at the home of Mrs. Samuel Ken dall. Mrs. McCune was a former resident of Nephi. Mrs. Enoch Burton is here from Parowan this week and is spending a few days with Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Burton. Wm Bailey returned home Friday evening after attending to his official duties at the Capi tal for several days. President and Mrs. T. D. Rees and family and Miss LuellaWinn have been' enjoying an outing at Fish Lake the past week. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. and family of Salt Lake are snendinsr days with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd this week Mr. Ansrus Allred of Delta and wife, (nee Miss Lula Cram) of Salt Lake, who were married recently in the Salt Lake Temple were visitors at the home of air, and Mrs. James Garrett br. on their return trip to Delta. uu i I U stores must close at y o clock sharp on Saturdays and betore LAKLi: Holidays. We therefore advise our customers tp make their purchases early. pit uLL mm IN ALL OUR DEPARTMENTS h 1 1 J A -- J Men's & Young Men's Suits 1 fA I I X V 'S YounS Men's & Boys Suits, the latest styles and colors. Every suit positively guaranteed. We can save you from $2.50 to $7.50 on each suit. Men's Suits from $9.85 to $22.50. in all Young Men s Suits from $7.85 to $17.85. Boys Suits from $1.98 to $7.85. Boys Pants 49c Up. Hats and Cap, a large assortment to select from. Come and see them, 49c Up. f I ... g 25c - KA I exceptionally fine line at - 1 1 10 Per Cent Off en xtiue store L. Frank, Manager. "Better Shoes For Less Money." Nephi, Utah -- i A Splendid Line i 8 of Shoes &Slilppers s Great Variety at In Reasonable Prices. AT THE! 3 TL T 1 " IW - Mer. Co. Nephi Where Good Are Shoes Q Jour to Lomax Baitirr Shop PSons No. 3 .'osl wi, Wig. Maia Si Nephi Subscribe for The FATHER M TIE AND Times-New- s, ALL SERVE ONE FIGHTS: THE OIHERS PiivyLwv,invj I FOR SALK McCornick Binder, in first class condition, has cut about 200 acres. Will Bell cheap. Apply to Manse h. Jennings. For Sale! The Tithing Office eranarv is offered for pale. Bids will r received on .amp until Julv let Tithing Office, Nephi, Utah. .wui PRODUGE'AND SERVE iiiiu bavnig ire less not less important 111111111 ii iiiv.ii ui iitv front must have things to cat, to fight with; the only place they can come fiom is America; the only way they can come is through your efforts. You can serve and save in the way you buy clothes." Get clothes made of all wool fabrics, good well tailored. They wear so well and last, so long that they save materials and men to make the things our soldiers need. cnoirDfo(( o H dentist Repairing J. A. CHRISTENSEN Nnt M Dr. Charles Dunn Fiist Class Shoe Cheaper in n. 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. O about ten days. The glorous 4th. was celebrated in Nephi according to the program outlined in our last issue. It can safely be said it was a safe and same 4 th. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Lunt and Miss Mabel Lunt left last Monday for Salt Lake. It is the intention of Mr. and Mrs. iAint to move there permanently, and will move there household poods For benefit of Red Cross Chapter. At Venice Theatre Tuesday, July 9th. The fi nance committee of the Nephi Red Cross Chapter pre- sents Bessie Bariscale in "Those Who Pay." Admis-sioincluding war tax will be Adults 15c. Children 10c. Tickets will be on sale throughout the city Saturday, Monday and Tuesday at all the principal stores. Shirts for Men and Boys, Ties, Hosiery, j Underwear and all other Furnishings. No space to mention prices. We offer an t- -- Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd Sunday evening, and left a fine baby girl, and in consequence Riley is wearing a smile that wont come otT. ' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Linton PICTURE SHOW BENEFIT Men's and Boys' Furnishings . Mr. and Mrs. Weeks and daughter of Kanab, visited Saturday for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bowers on their way to Salt Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Boswell of Coalville spent the 4th. in Nephi. Mr. Boswell is the county agent in Summit County, havin? re cently moved from Idaho. The.stork visited the home of 98c. Up. AH Ready to Wear Garment. Dresses, Skirts and Waists, l() ' 10 Per Cent Off. per cent off. Dress Goods L WE friends in Nephi. Park. Lelia.Bigler. Lucile Price. the hostess Miss Grover. Ready to Wear Garments 8 of this city. Mrs. W. F. Richardson returned to Goldfield, Nevada Tues day after several weeks visit with her mother Mrs. D. K. Brown. A'marrage license was issued this week by County Qlerk Hoyt to Frank V. Tidwell, and Miss Letha Isabell Spef ry both of this city. A message was received this week by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howell, which told of the safe arrival in France of their sons Evan and Alva. Mrs. Charles Worthington and daughter, of Emery Utah.return- ed home Monday. after spending a few days with relatives and and High Grade Shoes at the Lowest Hundreds of Pairs of White Shoes and Slip- pers from have some fine lines consisting of Ladies and Neckwear, White. Canvas Shoes and Oxfords, in all sizes, Silk Stockings in all the desirable shades and colors. See us for Hand Bags, Purses, Belts and Auto Caps, fine assortment of styles and colors. still to Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Scho- field of Provo. Mrs. Schofield was formerly Miss Venice Brough registration number is 71. The J. F. F. Club met Friday evening at the home of Miss Genevive G rover. The evening was very pleasantly spent and refreshments were served to the following: Ellen Ingram, Kate 49c. i at the property. A fine baby girl was born finest assortments of PossiLle Prices. Excellent qui of Mammoth Utah, and his Shoes, Slippers, Oxfords, Pumps The Our Holiday Business Was . the near future. Attorney Bryan of the local retiorts that one more l2 board, E? name has been added to the list nince the registration Jure f!h. the same being Aureliaro Velate- - Straw Hat Specials For Men, all hats up to $3.50, only For Boys, all hats up to $1.50, only GLORIOUS 4TH IS OVER family and Miss Lettie Jenkins left Monday for Kanab, Utah, where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Paxman for BIG LINE OF JULY SPECIALS UU Help Wanted at the Forrest Hotel. Vilson Glazier of Provo, spent the 4th. with friends in Nephi. Harry Hawkins Jr. of Tooele, spent the 4th. in Nephi. T. H. Burton went to Salt Lake Monday on lepral business Miss Lola Cazier and Lutie Brough, were down from Provo to spend the 4th. Mrs. Mont Reid returned to Salt Lake Tuesday morning af ter several weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Reid. Evan Harris returned home Sunday from a trip to the Ora plata mine in Tintic. He re ports everything as looking fine 30C cno we can serve and save is to see ONE way you get such clothes when you come o here. That's why we recornmrnd Hart ner f Marx clothes; ihry're well made 0 SchafT of ali-wo- ol fabrics; a positive guarantee of satisfaction o with every suit. Come in and see them. goes o not: 6" DjC3015o P Jit 1 TheT. Don't forgrl that Irttrr to a soldier boy.