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THE NEPHI. UTAH. TIMES-NEW- S. ITEMS OMHTEREST Mid-Summ- er YOU CAN Pointed Paragraphs Pleasingly Produced. Town Topics Tersely Told. Pithy, BARGAINS! DRESS COMFORTABLY Mrs. U. V. Tomliuson of Salt Leke. upeut Sunday in Nephl. rt Have your retired at Ken- dull Itroa. J. S. OHtler of Suit Luke, was a business v!nltor to Nephl Monday. ' Miss Mubel Mudsen visited in Fountain Green the eurly purt of the wetk. Otis Houghton, of Eureka, spent the latter part of lust week with his friends in Nephl. 'Miss Efl'lo Kent, of Ogden is the g.iest this week ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Christensen. . Mrs. A. N. Wulluce of Eureka, Is spending a few days with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hobbs, this week. Judge Chrlstenaen, of Manti, came U Nephl Sunday, Mrs. Chrlstensen bemg here on a visit with relatives. Mr, und Mrs. Win. Uurtou received a telegram Sunday that their son, arrived safely in Engl.anell, had ' land. Cull and seo the Baby lieet Pull-er- a at Farmers' Equity. Young Pigs for sule, apply to J. Walter Paxmuni Miss Mabel Pitt went to Provo last Sunday for severay" days visit In that fcj city. CJ FOR SALE My home. Cull and see me und tret terms. J. A. Chrlstensen. Cull und get your binding Twine. Will be all gone within a few days. Farmers' Equity. Mr. und .Mrs. Peter Croneman of Provo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lunt on Pioneer Iay! We expect plenty of Coal In shortly, so the coul company phoned us. Farmers' Equity. Mr. and Mrs. Leuard Uellislon spent the 24ta in Moroni, the guests of Mrs. liellston's parents. Dr. C. II. isird, of Farmington, was in Nephl .Monday, looking over his tiiy farm interests In this valley. ; For Sule 320 acres of Good Dry Farm on the Levan Kidge, on easy terms. See T. IL Burton. Mrs. Orson Cazier left Monday for Salt Iake for a short visit with her daughter, Mrs. Luurenre IHucket. For Electric Motors and Irons cull Kendall liros. Phone No. I. Miss Gene Candlaod returned borne Friday, after vlsitiug with rel atives in Hiehtleld for the past five go-cu- Of.; ENTIRE LIVE OF MUX'S, ami iiii.)i:i:x's shoes WOMEN'S, BOYS, GIRLS at ten OFF ALL WEEK. ri:it cent Shoes and Slippers ONE LOT LADIES' SHIPPERS, WORTH UP TO $li.:t1 ONE LOT OF LADIES' SHOES, WORTH I I' TO .$'J.7! OTHER OI)l LOTS AT ONLY A rOKTlOX OF THEIR VALUE. $.(. Ladies Silk Waists LADIES FINE TAFFETA AND CREPE UK CHINE SILK WAISTS, ALL COLORS AND SIZES, WOltTIl J5.00. . . .$:.: . .91 Am LA I UTS' FINK JAI AXI Till SII.K WAISTS LADIES' FINE LAWN WAISTS FOR $1 TO 2.JiO, DURING 20 PER CENT OFF THIS ItKi BARGAIN SALE VOl WILL IIAVK TO SICK Til VALUEH WK A It 10 HEAL1.I Tin: OFFERING. KM TO rig : Grocery Department A KM ANI HAMMER SODA, TWO PACKAGES FOR Lie. FIAH'R, 10 POUND SACK OAT FLOl lt, 10 POUND SACK a POUND CAN LAKI) CORN HOe. Mr. !.. 5 IK)l'XI) TAN l4AKI SMALL SIZE MILK, 4 TANS FOK MATCH KS, BOX fI..M 2.V. 5c. Get All Our Prices and Save From 10 to 20 Per Cent I ni nil "H U rn rnnTP UK Mill L UllffllLLU I I r. X , Never Undersold. CLEAN-U- P AUNT MAKY IS ItlGHT AGAIN WOMKS HAVK LEARN RU THAT THEY CAN IJE tX)II'OKTAHLE, UOTH AT WORK AXI AT LEISURE IF THEY DKF.SS RUJIIT. , . WHKTHKIt AT WORK IN THE GARDEN OR. IX THE HOUSE WHETHER ENJOYING, A LEISURE HOUR OR VISITING THE NEIGH. HOR ARE JUST RIGHT FOR COMFORT. A LONG REACH AND AN EASY ONE, KOR MIXA TAYM1RS NEVER RIND. FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT, COMFORT AND ECONOMY. THESE KI'ELL MINA TAYLOR It is the rule of our store not to carry over seasonable stock. Ail Summer Dress Goods, all Summer Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers, and all Summer Dresses will be sold from 10 to 25 per cent less the regular prices i until the end of the summer season. It will pay you to buy now for next spring and summer. Buy all you can while the savings are good. On account of the unusual market conditions we will not have a Special Clearance Sale this season. France. and Mrs. In s Money st Mercantile Co. Nephi Where Good Merchandise Is Cheaper her as a fitting remembrance of her work. The evening was very plea-antl- y spent, and delicious refresh ments were served to about thirty PRODUCING AND SAVING guests. Chamberlain's Tablets For Fighters esThese tablets are Intended Miller and Mr ecially for stomach troubles. bil- und Mrs. Henry Miller and C. J. Py-p- lousness and constipation. It you ave any troubles o this sort, give have enjoyed a trip to Fish heat a trial and realise for yourself the past week. hat a first class medicine will do J. II. Lunt returned from Sail or you. They cost only a quarter. l.ake Monday, having been with a shipment of livestock to the Salt Notice of Teachers' Examination Mr. I. - M. er THE FOLKS WHO MAKE FOOD GROW ARE JUST AIIOUT THE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENT IX THE NATION'S LIFE NOWADAYS. THEY'RE PROVIDING THE BASIS OF THE WORLD'S ACTIVITIES. FROM THE SMALL GARDEN IN THE BACKYARD TO THE HUGE ACREAGE OF THE WHEAT AND CORN FIELDS, THE FOOD PRODUCER IS HELPING WIN THE WAR. hjike Iiiaret. A teachers' examination will be held in the superintendent's office at Nephl. Utah, on Friday and. Saturday, August 2nd and 3rd, begin ning al 9 o'clock a. m. Teachers coming In any of the following classes should lake this examination: 1. Those who hold county certificates and wish to .renew their certificates by taking examination in the Heading and Ktudy course. 2. Those who do not hold Utah certificates. 2. Those who desire to qualify for 3rd class certificates. This class will Include teachers who are graduated from the High School. llrougb. 4. Teachers wishing any other FOU HALE Two Splendid farm Information concerning this examihordes, at. out t to 7 years old. H" tliotn at James Kelly's homestead In nation should rail the superinten mil. Utah. t20 takes both. or dent. RAY STEWART. Supt. 1113 3 for on. Good wind and splen-!- 1 A fonditfon. Addms Richard J. Hoiohsn, 70 Hawthorne Avenue. TlfeMK ARE OTIIKHS Angeles, California. II James lr. J. 3. Iluawelt, tllmic Kfm UI. the Veroal Wallli. la wh-ne ofpublish lh bigK(tre. .r-..f Halt !fce, will tx at the j gest in i he. state ho)(,.in ret ll(el, M.nJiy S:SO p. m., anlD who reinni..?f Mr. Wallis .v.irnTtiow he :.TO p. m., July 2!h anil ran the Nephl psper over a nuater Tnlay Mb. o lirxea t'T leling ;t' of a centary ago can bear witness. li e)r, mrr wm to f,M this( for he was surely a "live wire' m mm lienlth well vt.losi. while In Nephl. In a recent ediur-la- l T. V. Winn. In his excellent paper, under the it Nephi Nati'inal Farm iiertary Loan Awio'iatior. l a. roivod word that the examiner Heading of "What Vernal Needs," he the Federal Hank at Ber- has the following to say, which is keley. al . will be In Nphl about certainly typical of Wall who, by All farmers desiring the Aiintii way. Is now president of Ihe I'Uh loar. on shoald make 'i'iik a'lion ih' ir aj'H atlor no, so that same State Press Association; n ( "What Vernal needs Is lot of on while the examiner ia?!d here. ftrt fls.s funerals that would take The stake and beat ofTicers of the off a bunch of knockers, growlers three ward of Nephl entf rtalned 8at-- ' and pessimists. This Is what Is H' lav evening at the home of Prel-lirr- it needed most to develop the town " and Mr. T. I. He, in honor of Yon are dad right. Brother Wal- Vt Klorenfe Lunt. who t leaving lis. Ton many towns In Utah are af Mrs. flicted with this condition of affairs Nrj.hi t.t retire In tiarrield. LwVit tin If' rt an ofif.r In the M1-fu- to the detriment of that health? ftt m i?f iin, and a e ot sllvef growth which should stimulate Utsh I oie arc! frks were presented to communities. and Mrs. Hay Stewart motored F.rview Monday, to visit Mr (wart's brother before be leaves fur the training camp. When you plan your canyon trip, don't forget the Fishing Tackle. Kendall Pros, have the most complete stock In town. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Painter and family motored to ML PleaantTat Tuesday, where they spent the 24th with relatives and friends. Irving Jensen, Kenneth Winn and Mr. and Mrs. Loralne Lunt motored to Provo f'unday, and visited with M'M Loin Cazier and Miss Lutie Mr. i -- HART SCHAFFIJER MARX NOW, KX)D CLOTHES ARK AN ELEMENT IN WINNING THE WAR TOO. THEY'RE NOT A PRODUCING FACTOR RUT THEY'RE A CONSERVING FACTOR. YOU CAN HAVE OR WASTE WHIN YOU BUY CliOTHEH. . IF YOU GET ALL.WOOL FABRICS, YOU'VE SAVED MONEY AND WOOLi BECAUSE ALL. WOOL. WEARS HO MUCH BETTER THAN THAT SUCH ANYTHING ELSE CLOTH EH REALLY (tWT LE8H, AND WEAR OUT LESS WOOU 1 HAN CHEAP HTUFF. A j Vow ought to hay and wear Hart. Hthaffner Jt Marx clothes for saving reasons. l, al 5 -- CLOTHES i- -l, ff Golden Rule Store t AND WITH ALL THEIR STUKDINESS THERE'S A TRIMNESJj AIIOUT THEM THAT MAKES THEM M()ST HAPPILY "SMART." THEY IK UP" PERFECTLY, TOO. AS LITTLE SISTER 8AY8: "DON'T WORRY AIIOUT MY MINA TAYLOR IT'LL WASH." COME IN AND PICK OUT YOU R Ml N A TA Y LOR. 8 Vl.Ml E, Saturday, July 2Tlh, William in "Hough and Hearty." .IImi I tiUerxal NeH. ,V und ltc. A telegram was rerelved this week that Clinton Price, sun of Mr. and Mn. C. II. Price, bud arrived safely TS1 Mina Taylor Dresses f; Summer Specials L. Frank, Manager 'Better SIoc for Lt "You know the old saying: about woman's work never being but I notice that along with work nowadays, women are uiuiiiiK to get considerable comfort." Aunt Mary. done nniin g UUIL U dUllU One Price To AIL IF YOU WILL "I 1 11 p he I 1 si: i oggery "7T.