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THE TIMES-NEW- S. TEMS OF INTEREST Pithy, Pointed Paragraphs Pleasingly Produced. Town Topics Tersely Told. Spring Gleaning Suits tnude to order at Grtorge located over Kemlull's store. Month's, Ti J. V. Whitmore made a business trip to Provo Tutwday. Choice Seed Potatoes for aule. See Edwurd Shaw. Mrs. K. L. Boucher was visiting In Salt Luke City Sunday aud Monday. Curtains, Drap.Sheet, Pillow If you need a Run, eries. LIiioMims. Similes mie our line before buying. Wo can nave you money. OHcur'Lunt left Sunduy for Idaho where he hus purchased a furni. First china Dry Cleaning at George Booth's Shop, AIho mending rubbor. S. J. Lunt was down from Salt Luke for a few days the early part of Weeks Special Prices continued another week LasT: the FOR RENT Hawkins restaurant. Apply to C. II. Garrett, Adiu. Miss Olson und MisH Jorgenscii spent Sunday in Mt. 1'leusunt with relatives. Mrs. wus the See our new line of Hilly Itosa 2 to 1(1 years old, with Dresses, reversiiile. collars, cult's ami belt. Something weekj Frances Groiietnuti of I'rovo guest of .Mr. and .Mrs. I. II. Lunt Sunday. illfl'dreiit. and Mrs. L. A. Whltmorc were visiting In Salt Lake city the curly part of the week, ..Mr. Get our Grocery Prices and Save 10 to 20 per cent, all down the line NEPHI. UTAH. There Is a lot of money being spent very day In advertising with the object of separating plain Mr. American from his Liberty Bonds either by offers to buy them outright or trading In wildcat stock for thsm. Many plain Mr. Americans are rushing 'In where wise men fear to tread and are "falling" for the advertisements without thought of why the other fellow wants the bonds. Advertising, especially the kind Liberty Bond brokers are using, costs a lot of money, Where does the buyer gat off? Well, be sure be Is getting oft Ise he wouldn't advertise. He Isn't In business for his health. He Is after the money. It's a cinch you are helpwhen you ing him to a big rake-of- f trade or' sell your Liberty Bonds. That's sense, Isn't it? If a Liberty Bond Is worth, say, $95 to the broker after he has paid for all of his expensive advertising, It certainly Is worth par or more than par to the holder- - For on top of his advertising expenses the broker maintains costly offices and much help. That's sense. Isn't It? - The reasou the broker wants the bonds is that he or his clients want to bold them. It's the broker's business to know bond values. He knows that these Liberty Bonds are going to be valuable things that they are going way above par within a year or two Hold them yourself. The New Spring Novelties You should see our new lines of Spring Novelties jtst received, consisting in part of LAMES' AM) MISSES' SWEATERS SILK WAISTS VEST EES CAMISOLES P.Ol'liOIK AN1 Al'TO CAPS . NOTICE I'nited States Lund OHice. Suit Luke City, I'tah, April 17th, 1919. To Whom it May Concern: Notice' is hereby given that the State of I'tah has Mud in, this office lists of lands, selected by the said State, under section 6 of the Act of Congress, approved July 16, 1894, as HELP WANTED Good, mun wanted for steady poiitioit. Voung married man preferied to Ajoly , In own handliox 271, Nephl. Indemnity School I, units, viz: Srlal writing. 02 40 S3, N. W. U . N. E. U . Sec. 15, , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawley and N. E. ,, , S. E. U , S. E. , S. E Mrs. Mary L. Morgan of Provj motorSec. 10; N. W. U. S. W. Vi , S. W. N. E. US. W. U, Sec. ed to Nephl TuesJ.-iy- , '.. S. W. 11. T. 13. S.. R. 2 E.; N. E. 4 , S. E. Mr. and Mrs. T, H. Hurton left for S. E. S. E. i. ':. 10, T. 13. Suit Luke Monday for a few days' S.. It. 1 W. vacation In that city. Copies of said lists as far as they Members of the Juab County relate to suid tracts by descriptive Farmers' Association read our dis- subdivisions, have been conspicuousplay ad. this week, which will save ly posted in this otlice for inspection you trouble. by any person Interested and by the The stork visited the home of Mr. puldic generally. During the period of publication und Mrs. Irving Golden Tuesday, of this notice, or any time thereufter, a fine leaving baby boy. und before I'nul approval and certiK. R. Alton, V. M. Foote and Earl fication, under depurtmeVit regulaM&cfarlune motored to thf Oraplata tions of April 25, 1907, protests or mine In West Tintic Sunday. contests against the claim of the .trs. A. S. Kendall returned to her Stute to any of the tracts or sub home in Salt Lake Monday after a divisions herln before described on the ground that the same Is more valuweeks visit with relatives in Nephl. able for mineral than for agricultural Good 5c nr purposes, will be received and noted pasture Cattle month. Horses, $1. Can handle 250 for report to the General Land Office head. Write or see Kitchens and Kit- at Washington, I). C. Failure so to chens, Mills, Juab County, Utah. protest within the time specified will Itirhard Sudweeks has commenc- be considered sufficient evidence of ed work on the building of a modern character of tlitl tracts home in the north-eas- t part of town. and the selections thereof, being otherwise free from objection, will Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miliar aud be approved to the state. family returned home Sunday after GOCLt it. I1LAKELY, several wxks visit in Suit Lak CUy. Register. First pub. April 25, 1919. Lust FOR SALE 1 yearling Jersey heifer and I nix months old calf pub. May 23. 1919. Seof Elliot Miller. The Tlms-New- s prints Putter Phone u vnur order. Wm. Dates was over from West Wrappers. Tintic the early pert of the week shaking hands with cl' friends in 1 I t this city. I't-ih- 3E THOSE LIBERTY BONDS HEADS BEAUTY PINS AMI BROACHES VEILS, VEILING ANIi Id I I i fr 'i LING Ask us to show you the new shades in Georgette Waists They are sure beauties ', CHARLES FOOTE & SOUS One Price To AH. Never Undersold. S3 The Joy of Living. To enjoy life we must liuve good health. No one can reasonably hope to gel much real pleasure out of life .. ... nA a .... r. . wi. hare of the time and the poisons that bould be expelled are absorbed into the sylem, producing headache 1. I ml indigestion. I m V. few doses of C!i:uuberlu:n's Tablet will move the bowels, strengthen the digestion and gie you ;t churns to realize the real Joy of living. Try It. i. A NOTICE The freight house at the depot cloM'-- d at 4 p. m. U I. --M. Petty. Agt. of all SUITS and COATS ' It Is our Pollry NOT TO CAHKV OVER ffITS ANH COATS from one season in another nnd therefore we have decided to o(TT All Suits and Coats Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps in black, lan and white. Newest spring styles have arrived. Get a pair while you can get your size in the right style. Better shoes for Jess money. EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED Golden Rule Store L. HIANK, JHnnscr. HE lU-tt- Hr.U I 'or Ie ; Money" Mrs. Burn's lxtter Here is a letter that is certain to prove of Interest to people in this vicinity, as cases of this sort occur in almost every neighborhood, and people should know what to do in like and Diarrhoea Remedy about nine years ago and It cured of flux (dysentery). I had another attack of the same complaint some three or four years ago and a few doses of this remedy cured me. 1 have recoma mended Chamberlain's Colic and circumstances: Remedy to dozens of peoplo Savannah. Mo.. Ort. 12, 1916 since I first used It--" "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic Hiu-rrhoe- When they come back Mlk l,eoni llanj.' went In Sa t Iake Sunday when ibo will be the gutwt of Mr. and Vn lingerie Gile for a short time. WE W. P. Ostler left for St It City Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Edgar Kumer In that city. Mrs. Arvllle Jennings returned boms on Sunday from Ixing lleach, California. where he has te"n employed the psst as better equipped citizens. CJ 7 hey've learned on the battlefield the value of the "best" they're certain to de- fr yar. mand it here as they fought for it there. Joseph Peters returned to her home in Canada Monday after visitdays at the home of ing for a fe-Mrs. Buy VICTORY BONDS to help bring these boys back. They are the best investment in the world and it is your duty to your country. Mr, and Mrs. Seth Mcpherson. hr Mrs. Clark returned to home in Idao. iueiduy after Monlpeller, e. Mrs M visiting with her Hinckley of this cit far a few day. FOR HALE The Thomas Andrews farm of 31 acres of land and 15 Would you risk your life barrs of water. Also 1 team of to this save Beautiful Girl? homes an.! tiimni, waqon and other wliat TJimiwi Barnes. veaJttif For particulars The! I farm implements. e Th.imas Halley or Wm. A. Wtr Ym Yerkcr, did aftf a cscuaJ Hm itilMMt ia Iter UscU tier. liiia tareagk a remarkable a sen of adveatvrve aa any mtam atpen. acad. U yaw noy tont of mdrtn. Coloring Tea. iaU7-u- . W b sura aad tmt. Mratery Tea Is Mack or (rwn, according to raad aaf n ensnu-turor the methml of prepHrstkm TTi olue f Formfta and Foorhow are trejmred in a manner quite distitut fmi.i Hint followed In the preparation of either trreeu or tlsck teas. ilti trt These tablets ars intended especially for stomach trouble, and constipation. If you have any trnuMe of tbls tort, glva them I trial and reallre for yourself what i first clam medicine will do for you They only rest a qaarter. sent our men over little better raw recruits; they're coming back not only better trained soldiers, but Salt Lake City spent the past week In Nephl, the guest of her sister. Mrs. Warner Sirphenson. Reduced Prices SUITS, 25 per cent Off COATS, 20 per cent Off iOOI SHOES ARE CHEAPER Buy While We Have What You Waut LULL 1 Mrs. David Anderson of at WHERE Plenty of Seeds. non-miner- First Clean-u- p Ladies' and Misses' Nephi Mer. Co. GREEN FANCY Watch jot the hsut uith the Firtt IrufaUmenif We, as clothing merchants, liave set ourselves a standard, too Not to sell less than the best. That's why we are j HART SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHES, WALK-OVESHOES. STETSON and MALLORY HATS, WILSON BROS. SHIRTS, TIES. SOX. offering & R The Toggery tori.L fiKT YOMl MONEY'H WOIITH I.