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THE ttt-- TIMES-NEW- THE TIMES-NEW- S Published Every Friday by Dennis Wood NEPHI, UTAH. S, The Times-New- s Editor. Publishing Co. A. B. Gibson Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year in Advance. $1.50 Six Months in Advance, Entered as Second Dunng Th. 75 Class Mail Matter May 5, at the Post Office at Nephi, Utah 1916, Bottling Season Advertising Rates Made Known on Application. Prices Reasonable IF GIVEN is what you will consider the in- terest we add to the principal of your savings regularly. Besides it is comforting to know that while your money is in our care, earn- ing interest, it is safe from burglars, destruction and loss. Put Your money to work for you A I small opening deposit a large one. is as to-da- y. welcome as T NATIONAL BANK NEPHI, - - UTAH. Venice Theatre Friday, Aug. 3 st 1 The Walters Co. PRESENTS The Great English Drama In A Woman's Prices 25 c, 35 c, and 50c. ALL SPECIAL SCENERY All people over 70 years admitted free & Sons Delta Land & Water Company . wants rrien at once Men who have had experience as irrigators, preferred. Firscclass camp; artesian water; bath house etc. Wages $60.00 per month and Board. 8 hour day. About the 20th of August will need 50 to 60 men and teams, $5.00 per day; plenty of feed; teams to be employed principally on farm work,seedinf?,dikinfretc Would also like to get in touch with parties owning tractor plow outfits. 3000 acres tt plow. Level land ; no rocks. address a. m. erintendent, Mcpherson, general $20 For a stranorer to read our daily papers he would come to the con clusion we were on the verge of internal trouble in this country. He would see reports 01 strikes in San rrancisco, beattie ana Portland. Proposed walkout on Threatened general railroads. strike to be called by I. W. W. to prevent harvesting all the Washington, crops in Idaho, Montana and other states. Strike by loggers and sawmill workers to sav nothinir of trouble threat ened and at hand in shipyards. And so on in every, paper he sup- MILFORD OR DELTA, UTAH. HOW REO GROSS In order for us to give you WORK ORIGINATED Miss Florence Nightingale the first Rod Cross nurse was born at Florence, Derbyshire England in the year 1820. At the outbreak of the Crimean War in 1854, Miss Nightingale offered to go out and organize a nursing department at Scutari, and on Oct. 21st, she with 34 nurses founded the first war hospital on record. Her devotion to the wounded and suffering will never be forgotten, and her name became a household word throughout the picked up. Just at nresent the I. W. W. is world. At the close of the Crimean War, a fund of $240,000 was the most serious menace. How a lawless organization of subscribed for the purpose of this kind can go over the country enabling her to form an instituand terrorize communities, des- tion for the training of nurses, troy property, prevent harvesting and she assisted in founding the of crops, etc. etc. , and get away first Red Cross Society in 1873, with it, puzzeles law abiding she in 1910 and the whole died citizens. world mourned her loss. This class of cattle who wish The dedicatto do nothiner but fierht should be given places in the front ranks of our army and not be let: here at home to hamper production in our mines, shipyards, logging camp.. on the farms and in other lines of industry. These men do not want work, t.hev wish to live off the toil of others and at the same time tell the other fellow how he must work. Oregon shipyards alone need thousands of workmen which they cannot get. They pay no taxes, employ no labor, produce nothing but trouble and live on the fat of the land. If they were offered $10.00 a day to work they would want $20.00 and so on. The country is too good for them and they should be sent to foreign parts more suited to their ideas. EE SURE OF THE FACTS unsupported charges against the A Motion Picture Seats on sale Wed. at C. Foote WANT In these days of war it is the too frequent practice of making Power Not $10, WOULD loyalty of our fellow citizens. No such charge should ever be made unless the person who makes the charge can give positive proof of that charge. It is the worst libel possible. The law of the State and nation permits one citizen to recover damages from another citizen who circulates a false report regarding his moral or financial standing. How much greater can a man libel another, than by circulating a false report regarding his loyalty to his country in time of war. Be sure of the fact before casting any aspersion on a persons loyalty to to the government. There has been much confused thinking and talking in many parts of the country about the entrance of the United States into the war o?i the side of the allies. Everybody ought to know just why we are naming the German Government. In this isthere is sue of the Times-New- s printed a very clear statement on the question. It was written by Dean Shailer Mathews of Chicago University, one of America's leading historians and scholars. Dont fail to read the article. Then you can tell traitors who berate, and attempt to hamper ths government where to head in7 following song was ed to her over fifty years ago and was very popular ac that time. On a dark and dreary night on the Crimean dread shore. There was bloodshed and strife all the morning before. The dead and dying lay bleeding around. Some crying for help but none could be found. When God in his mercy he d their cries. And the soildier in the morning so cheerful did rise, Saying cheer up my lads may your hearts never fail, We now have the presence of a pit-tie- sweet Nightingale. perfect Delivery Service. We ask you to Phone Us Your Orders Early In The Morning Enterprise Grocery Co. Phone 55. Phc SUMMER COMPLAINT During the h tt weather of the sum. mer months some member of almost every family is likely to be troubled with an unnatural looseness of the bowles, and it is of the greatest importance that this be treated promptly, which can only be done when the medicine is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F. Scott, Scottsville, N. Y., states, "I first used Chamberlain's Collie and Diarrhoea Remedy as much as five vaars ago. time I had a severe attack of summer complaint and was suffering intense pain. One dose relieved met Other members of the family have since used it with like results." WE HANDLE THAT FOLKS Aj, 185 OF J ?rCLARc 'h.t i m m ATifc- - ?n ;c I o at THE EXCELLENT Mrs. Allie Belliston and children wenttoManti Monday where they will visit for a few days with Mrs. Belli ston's brother Lieutenant Farns worth who is on a short furlough from QUALITY of our meats first attracted the attention of the public to this market. The fair treatment accorded our patrons and the fact that we kept our delivary promises had made this shop the Mecca for wise shoppers. Now God sent this woman to CITY MEAT MARKET succor the brave. George W. Garrett. Prop. Some thousands she saved from ASK ANY ONE WHO HAS USED IT an untimely grave There are families who always aim to is not only a good investment but saves Her heart beamed with pleasure keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic them no end of suffering. As to its she was bounteous and good. Diarrhoea Remedy in the house tori ask anyone who has used it. in case it is needed, and find that use For the wants of the wounded was by her understood, Some with .fevers brought in some with life almost gone. Some with bad shattered limbs, some most to fragments torn. But they kept up their spirits and their hearts never failed. While they were cheered by the presence of a sweet Nightingale She prayed for the dying gave peace 10 the brave. And felt that a soldier had a soul to be saved. The soldiers they loved her it was plain to be seen, She is the soldiers preserver they called her their Queen. May God give her strength, and her heart never fail One of heavens best gifts is Miss Florence Nightingale. The Rexall Store "The Post Office Is Next Door" We carry a full line of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Sundries, etc. PRESCRITIONS A SPECIALTY. Nephi Drug Co. SPLENDID ADDRESS TO PARENTS CLASS A conjoint session of the parents class of the three wardsof Nephi was held in the High School building Sunday morning and a lartre nndience listened to a splen did talk given by B. F. Grant. The principal theme of the speaker was the need for "Individual and Community effort," and the subject was handled in a most able manner. Mr. Grant stated that the time had tast for the individual to confine his efforts to his own immediate surroundings but that his services were needed to help make the community in which he lived, better for his having lived there. Tho ovlrlrpsa was listened to with interest by those present the subject being a most practical one. A man cannot do two things at a time. But a woman will cook a steak, and see that the coffee does not boil over, and watch the cat that she does not steal the remnant of meat on the kitchen table, dress the youngest boy, set the table and see to the Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shaw toast, stir the oatmeal, and give do returned home Sunday after a the orders to the butcher and it all at once and not half try. pleasant honeymoon trip. Service Bgencv. XLhc CDomoan Salt Lake City. Utah Fait Building. Efficient Service in EVERY Line :i :: :: of Insurance Health, Accident, Fire, Plate Glass, Automobik Fire and Theft, Collision and Property Damage, General Liability and Bonds. Life, Inturano In this Agency will give you the beat protection you can get. CHRISTENSEN & GIBSON GENERAL AGENTS FOR NEPHI AND JUAB COUNTY Nephi. Ul.