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AN AD, IN THE TIMES-NEW- S BRINGS RESULTS. IT HAS THE i r . READ IN EVERY HOME IN EAST JUAB -- COUNTY. .'1 THE CIRCULATION. IS TIMES-NEW- S BEING A CONSOLIDATION OF THE JUAB COUNTY TIMES AND THE NEPHI CITY NEWS Nephi, Juab County, UiJ h,' Friday, Aug 24. 1917 The Times, Vol. 8. No. 46 FARM R1IRFAII A ANiTl MB COUNTY TO HM 1 qUOTA COUNCIL OF DEFENSE COUNTY AGENT GOVERNOR BAMBERGER APPOINTS s Mil ShnLL S 0BIAI1 LU NOT YET The News, Vol. 2. No. 17 FUNERAL SERVICES m pjmnr iinTinrn prim, GENU tunc liUIIULG FOR HENRY FORREST WAS COM FARMING INTERESTS O MITTEE TO CARRY ON THE WORK IN The local draft board have not yei completed their work, the JUAB COUNTY NEE1 THIS COUNTY, NAMES OF WHICH ARE number of men certified to the district Inard as buineligible for ervice is 82 the amount required frovii ,l:.i:ib County is 130. The THIS ORGANIZATION GIVEN BELOW. oard will issue another call this w iek for more men to appear be- WITH A LIVE COUNTY u sta eau be made up. The following letter received ore the board in order that the required AGENT TO SUPERIN"'been a he who have certified those of list pted from East Juab TEND THE WORK. this week from Governor Bamis ; a follows: time to of i the going t) p.i is self explanatory, the County up WHAT IS ACCOMPLISH berger letter which is as follows. The Roll of floii ED IN OTHER PLACES A III) FOR SERVICE "In order to extend the splenNAMES CERTIFIED TO DISTR pT did work of the State Council of Amos G. Irons Nephi Utah, The counties in Utah who have Defense into every se tion of the Al McCune 40 - co-op- er f state and to provide an opportunity for every man, woman and child in the state to perforin important service for the nation during this war, it has been decided to organize county Councils of Defense in every county of the State. Feeling that you will respond to every patriotic duty imposed upon you by the state and nation, I am asking you to act as a member of the Council of Defense of your county. The names of the members of the Council of Defense of your county with the particular duty assigned to each will be found on the enclosed list. Service, of course, is without compensation, a patriotic duty which no doubt every patriotic citizen will be glad to assume. Your local council will act with the State ' Coun- cil of Defense, which will furnish you from time to time with suggestions relative to the work to be done in your county. Mr. L. H. Farns worth of Salt Lake City is Chairman of the State Council of Defense, anci Mrs. W. N. Vvflliams of Salt Lake City is in charge of the Woman's War Work in Utah. Kindly get in touch with the other members of your council and arrange for an early meeting in order that the work may be inaugurated in your county. Will you kindly advise me as soon as possible of your acceptance of this appointment?" Respectfully, a, e, in SIMON BAMBERGER Finance G. M. Whitmore Nepbi Publicity Dennis Wood T. H. Burton Legal Sanitation and Medicine G.W.Lunt Food Supply & Conservation A. II. Belliston Industrial Survey J. W. Paxman Labor Walter Fitch Eureka Federal agents make the state- Military Affairs Chat. Zabriski Eureka ment that our of 33 states where Protection State are employed, county agents Orson Cazier Nephi from accurate records kept tht Transportation fnr pverv dollar spent, there n T. C. Winn been eleven dollars saved fro: rron records .alone, and m n Survey of Man Power Lawrence Blackett " has the gain been greate Woman's Work Utah. in here County than right Mrs. Amy B. Graver " in operation agent work has oeenand not one Utah in four years of the seven counties that has l WILL NOW HAVE GLASS CASKETS . the Farm Bureau and the agent, would go back to the old system A company at Santa Monica Under tha rood bill that was Calif, are now making glass caspassed recently, provisionof isa kets, an'd the f ame will be on made to pay the salary the market in Utah in a very m short time. They are made county in every of county agent two pieces, and when sealed tothe state, but each county will have to pay tome proportion of gether are absolutely air proof. the expense of equipment, which It. is said the glass is indestructwould amount in Juab County to ible when placed in the ground, about $500 per year. Ths would as there are no known elements ' have to be raid partly by the that effect it. members, and Farm Bureau Commisspartly by the County ioners. The direct benefit, both financial and otherwise from the tne Farm County Agent, and Bureau have been proven beyond all fchado.v of a uoubt. Juab need a county County fanners Dr. agent, need a farm bureau, was slate organizer Evans the thepre-limar- y here last week making for the arrangements should farmer organization.every in getting organizbe to act, ed when the time comes in view other object no is a8 there than to bring the farming ar.d business of Utah to a higher plane of successful operation, and this cannot he do;u unless the f armers are organized, and secure the rjcst Know n methods available for solving the problems that constantly confront him. Let Juab County net in line with the re.--t of the pi -gressive agricultural counties of ilit. aiiifp. who have nroved th: t. the Farm Bureau, and the county agent are some of the bigge. t factors in his business. , ' .anell Burton " " Ray Gowers Wlford Warr Reed Bailey iXren Boswell las. R. Ockey Leslie Booth Ren Harris Raymond Blackett. Victor Jones Neil Skeem Samuel Paxman .John Suilivan Stan Park Frank Ostler Brent Hall A. V. San ford Earl Vest Leo Ellertson Harvy Kay Earl Hansen Garnet Jacobson Mirl Jennings Albert Johnson Wm. F. Squires George Lewis I SOCIAL " " , lenard Burton V ' - , .. Mona " .... ' ". ...." Lev an - ' ' " , Mills " ' ' HAPPENINGS. ' 1 NEPHI IN A FOR OVER CANADA AND BOY. Nevada where he became interested in the cattle business, after which he came to Salt Lake where he met his future wife Miss Rhoda Owen, to whom he was married some fifty years ago. Five children were born to this union of whom two survive, being Mr. E. R. Forrest, and Mrs. Russell Hawkins of Salt Lake. He is also survived by his wife Mrs. Henry Forrest Leaving Salt Lake .they went to Grass Valley Utah, remaining here for some time, after which they came to Nephi in 1877. Iu the meantime Mr. Forrest had " : BORN Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon in the Taber nacle over the remains of Henry Forrest, who passed away last Friday morning after an illness extending over a period of several weeks duration. Mr. Forrest has been a resident of Nephi for the past forty years being seventy-si- x years of age at the time of his death. Born on a farm about fifteen miles from Montreal Canada on Sept. 2, 1841 he left there at the age of fourteen for California going bv wav of Cape Horn, arriving in San Francisco he remained there for four years. Leaving California he went to Montana where he engaged in mining forsome time. Leaving Montana he went to .... .... .... .... .... " .... .... .... .... .... .... ' . OF YEARS. " " "" in the.shee.p uusmess in association wiui me eim. ascend IE NEBO late Mr. Bean of this city, and the firm name of Bean and ForForest Ranger Christensen rest will be veil remembered by the sheepmen of that time. He will conduct a party to the top was very successful in the sheep of Mt. Nebo Tuesday morning-nexbusiness, and several years after wishfrom Any one Nephi here he established the coming ing to make the trip are request- Forrest Hotel which is at present ed to be at the Hanger Station by his son, and is the on Monday night in order to leave managed hotel here. leading there about l o'clock Tuesday In 1910 he retired from all morning. Anyone coming horseback can put their horse in the business care and has enjoyed station pasture and use the an- life after his own inclination. imal in making the ascent. There Henry Forrest it is safe to say will be a number of people from did not have an enemy in this Fountain Given make the trip community. He was charitable to was always and the party will be piloted by a marked degree, and to any help person who Mr. Christensen, who states that ready was in trouble. a horse can be ridden the entire A. H. Belliston, wts in distance with the exception of Bhhop the funeral, and the of charge one or two places. was offered by prayer opening T. H. G. Prkes. The music was Roy Ockey of Central Arizona furnished by the Ward Choir. A is visiting in Nephi this week. duett was sang by Miss Ruth Mr. Ockey left Nephi aboutthree Sperry, and Miss Leta Lunt, and asyears ago and is now in the An- a solo by Mrs. Allie Belliston choir. the Appropriate gora Goat business in that state. sisted by remarks were made by L. A. He states that everybody is that section, the only Bailey Sr. Alma Hague, T. II. inconvenience being the extreme Burton, and Joshua Greenwood, heat during the summe-iMr. all of whom spoke in terms of Ockey renewed his subscription the highest praise of his honesty to the Times-New- s white here as and charitable deeds. The closing he states that he cannot get prayer was offered by I. II. Grace. without the old home town The floral offerings were beautiful. Interment took place in the news. Vine Bluff cemetary The following out of town rellast Thursday afternoon to the attended the funeral. Mr. atives summit of Mt. Nebo.at least this and Mrs W. S.Owen, and daughwas the destination of the party e ter, Mr. and Mrs. John E. when they left town, but there and Mr. and Mrs. were only two of the number that John C. Lambonrne Mr. I). W. got to the summit, namely Miss Owen, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Oneita Rees. and Miss Luella Hawkins, and Mrs. M. A. JackWinn. The remainder of the son, all of Salt Lake. party made, valiant efforts to make the ascent but the tired Attorney T. II. Burton went to Salt Lake Monday on legal foot and limbs would not rcspnd. business. as acted Rees who President James P. Hickman manager guide to .the party, was kept Co at busy attending to lhc"fainting" of the Bonnevile Lumber and "dizzy spells" caused by the Manti was a Nephi visitor Monhigh altitude, but never mind day. Mrs. Sadie Nesbit and sons girls if at first you don't succeed try again. The following went on Robert and Earl of Provo have the trip, Miss Luella Winn, Oneita been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lorttta Sparkr, Thea John Chapman the past week. A Hecs, Bowers, Flora Parucs- Florence to the Ice Cave back of Mt. Uiches, Fern Riches, Eva Winn, trip was Nebo enjoyed by the visitors Ailton Spcrry. Florence Price, their stay here. during D. Roes. and Dr. T. ... , i.hecignterested t (A bundle shower was given by Mrs. June Kendall, Wednesday evening in honor of her sister Miss Louise Golden, whose marriage to Mr. Orton Durham, of Parowan will take place in the near future. Many beautiful presents were received and dainty refreshments were served to a larae number of invited guests. lawn party was given last evening at the home or aiiss Norma Miller, in honor of Victor Copper, and James Sullivan, two; of Nephi's Navy recruits who have been home on a furlough th s week, returning to their station at San Diego this morning. The lawn was decorated with vaious colored lights, and a most enjoyable time was had. were refreshments Deljcious serfed to those present. Mr. N. C. Lund, and Mrs. John Pitt, entertained Monday evening" in honor of Victor Cooper, and James Sullivan, who are home on a furlough from the Navy. Refreshments consisting of Ice Cream, and Cake was served, and a musical program Those present was rendered. were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Golden, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cooper and family, Mrs. Laura Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. John Pitt, and Mr. N. C. Lund. The Daughters of the Handcart Pioneers met at the heme of Mrs. John McPherson a few days ago. The usual program was given which included songs, and other interesting numbers, after which the quests were treated to some very fine peaches which were about the first his season, and were greatly enjoyed by those present, who included the Annie Mcsdames following. Allen, Kate Bowles, S. B. McCune, Clara Erma Garrett, Wm.Jones, Park, Emma Burton, Susie Worwood, Robert Pyper, and the hostess Mrs. McPherson. The "Inlo Swarm" of beehive girls went on a delightful trip pros-porous-- in . Lam-bourn- MEETING ORGANIZECHAPTER THE RED CROSS SOCIETY WILL BE REPRESENTED IN NEPHI. " LeeTolley Dean Kendall RESIDENT CAME WEST WHEN ; a Farm Bureau, and the county agenf, are forging ahead agricu lturally. Why? because without them, the necessary and intelligent advice needed on matters pertaining to the welfare of the farmer is not obtainable at the time most needed, livery new enterprise or movement, is judged b;' the results obtained. Evory county in Utah that has a county agent and a live farm bureau; judged by benefits and work accomplished has made good and the work is growing by leaps and bounds. It is an old saying that "what is everybody's business is no This was business." body's brought home in the case of the grasshopper pest in this section this year. If there had been a county agent here this year, work for the elimination and control of the pest would have com menced early in the summer, his efforts would have been backed by the farm bureau, the ation necessary for the campaign would have been secured and the ravages of the insecc with the consequent loss to the Alfalfa crop would have been avoided, Dr Evans the state organizer from the Agricultural . College gives out figures pertaining ito every department of agricultural effort and shows with most reliable accuracy what has been accomplished in counties were they have a county agent, saving the farmers thousands upon thotis-- . ands of dollars through intelligent effort in cases of Hog Cfiol-erGrasshoppers, Field Dr4in-angSeed Selection, Cow TottSilo Storage, Rotation of ing, Crops, marketing, plant diseaie, farm management, Smut Treatment and numerous other meters that come up continually for adjustment by the farmer, ahd Inunless he can obtain accurate in results often J very formation, a financial loss to him. ROUSING FIFTY-THRE- E rVlEMBERS ENROLLED AT MEETING. STIRRING ADDRESSES MADE. There was a stirring meeting heid in the Tabernacle Tuesday-eveninfor the purpose of organizing a Red Cross chapter in Nephi. The speeches, the music and the people seemed to be filled with loyalty and patriotism and the souls of those present were inspired to press forward and make every sacrifice necessary to bring to bring the war to a successful conclusion. A short musical progrm was given consisting of several selections by the Ladies Band, a piano duet by Miss Athelia Booth and Lola Cazier, and Readings by Miss Pearl Sparkes. Mayor Hague called the meeting to order and after a few remarks introduced Mr. J. W. Boud Chairman of the Committee who had the meeting in charge, who outlined the purpose of the meeting and told what the committee appointed at a previous meeting had done toward bringing about the organization of the Chapter in Nephi. Sp!jidid addresses were made by Mrs. Unity Chappelle, T. H. G. Parkes, and Dr. T. D. Rees which were full of earnest hw Jo- al .support,:! 'of eVefy ciCKyn w itir "o'oth" ser1 vice and money o the cause of the Red Cross work. At the close of 'he meeting the following officers werepiaced In nomination and were sustained Chairmao Mayor unanamously. Hague, Vice Chairman Mrs. Orson Cazier, Secretary Mrs. Lillie Pexton' Wright. Treasurer J. W. Boud. Directors. I. II. Grace, Geo. A. Sperry Jr. Mrs. L. A. Whitmore.Mrs.W. G.Orme. Mrs. Mrs. R.E. Grover and Mrs. 1). (). Miner. Fifty three enrolled themselves as members e,f the Chanter, and it is planned to enroll at least li() members in the organization. Application will be made for a charter from the National Organization as soon as possible in order that the local chapter can get full recognition. Auxiliary organizations w ill also be espat-riotis- .1 m - tablished in Levan. Mona and Mills the work to be directed through the chapter here. THE PEOPLES' WAR "The great fact that stands out above all the rest is that this is a Peoples' War a war for freedom and justice and selfgoverii-meamongst all the nations of the world, a war to make the world safe for the people who live upon it and have made it their own, the German people themselves included; and that with us rests the cho'ce to break through all these hypocrisies and patent cheats and masks of brute force and help set the world free, or else stand aside and let it be dominated a long age through by sheer weight of arms and the arbitrary choices of masters, by the nation which can maintain the biggest armies and the most irresistible armaments a power to which the world has ofTorded no parallel and in the face of which political freedom must wither and perish" Woodrow Wilson, President, uf the United States, nt d Miss Ina Hawkins of Salt Lake is visiting relatives and friends in Nephi this week.