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THE UTAH NEGLECTS NEPHI, UTAH. TIMES-NEW- CERTAIN HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. UN- Miss Leone Ingram, Reporter. FORTUNATES M oney To Loan on One of By Frank W. LeClere, You Owe It to Yourself the best Devotional Utah Public Health Ass'n periods this year was held in the assembly Monday. When Judsre A few months ago in Salt Lake Mori is talked on a phase of Ed City an aged, woman died in ucation. misery and alone, of tuberculosis. This week being Utah products d people came to her week the Student Body Associa Reasonable Rates. Terms Satisfactory occasionally to minister to her tion met and listened to a very needs, but there was no suitable able and We make a thoughtful study of your partaik interesting given to which could be sent, she place ticular requirements, which enables us to and no one whose duty it was to by Mr. J. W. Paxman on Utah care for her and be with her and her product, s give your business more than ordinary The dance given Friday night when the end came. service. The county Physician of an- by the Student Body Association other county wrote to the Utah was a big success. Every one Ask us how. Keep you loans at home! Public Health Association asking presenthadavery enjoyable time h to thank the business We where he might send a man who was in the last stages of tuber- men that have gi ven so liberally culosis. This man was a resident mont-for obtaining material of the state. He had no money with which to make candy for OFFICE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, NEPHI to go to any of the splendid in- the benefit of Red Cross Asthe stitutions provided for consum-tive- s in other states. He was a sociation. The girls have' been this week making candy. county charge and reduced to busy Locust Cakes. The candy will be on sale at the pauperism by this disease. The Locusts, grasshoppers and crickets NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION dance ( Publisher) are euten i: the East, being dried, saltwas given to night by the for him county providing ed, ground into u powder, and mnde and his family in a two room Sophmore class. Into cakes. Department" of the Interior, U. S. house. In this family were young There will be a free basket Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, cnjidren, ana altnougn the man uau game given if riaay at a o October 13, 1917. Notice is hereby given that. Louis M. was as careful as possible, it was clock everyone is invited to be THE TRAVELING MAN Knight, of Salt Lake City, Utah, who, almost inevitable that the child- present. Immediatly after a on April 10, 1912, made Homestead should become infected. dance will be Entry, Serial, No. 09fi5(i, for Sl-- of ren given by the Soph-mor- e ec. o, iNtn-i isea-sec. 8, si-- Most cases of tuberculosis are class. 50c a couple and 10c SVV1-Sec. 4 and NW1-- NW1-4- . Sec. due to infection in the childhood. extra Township 13 sonth, Range 2 west, Salt lady. A good time is promThe doctor wrote that for the ised ail Lake Meridian has filed notice of so dont miss this bier tention to make final five years proof, sake of these children the father to establish clain to the land above detreat. be removed to some sani scribed, before the Register and Re- should ceiver of the U. S. Land Office, at Salt tarium for the tuberculous. The Lake City, Utah, on the 23rd day of Secretary of the Ut.th Public As- RED CROSS SEALS FDR XMAS PARCELS November, 1917. Claimant names as witness: A. W. sociation was compelled to reply A Christmas parcel for every Gates, of Salt Lake City, Utah, W. G. that in all this state there was Selay, of Salt Lake City, Utah, R. W. American soldier in Europe and Flandro, of Salt Lake City, Utah, John no institution, either public or a Red Cross Seal on every parcel, of Sperry, Nephi City, Utah. which could receive him.- - is the plan of the American Red GOULD B. BLAKELY Register. private, At least every other day, on Cross. Letters to that effect have 19th. lastN ov. 16. FirstpublicatioD-Octthe average, someorie dies of gone out from the National of the Red Cross AN OLD MAN'S STOMACH consumption in Utah. Where do they die?Some die in their homes, to all the Chapters. The little As we growolder and less rctivo, less many die in lodging houses, Christmas stamps bearing the food is required to meet the demands others in jails, and a few in hos sign and the name of the Red " of our bodies. If too much is habitually pitals to which they have been Cross represent the taken, the stomach will rebel. When a sent work of the Red Cross, at the last moment. But they man reaches the bdvauced age of 85 or SofrHLOe. re not wanted in the regular through the various 90, you will find that he is a light eater. Be as careful as you will, however, you work of the Red Cross hospitals because special provis Pipe the gay Traveling Man with his wiil occasionally eat more than you ions are the various to through necessary properly Green Hat and Flashy Scenario. His shovlb and will feel the need of Chamsocieties in nation, state, Specialty is to sit iii the Hotel Win- berlain's Tablets to correct the disorder care for them. Does not the spirit dow watching the Pretty Girls go by. Taese tablets do not contain pepsin, but of humanity, as well as our own and community. The rest of the Time he goes around strengthen the stomach and enables it Parcels intended for the sol from this dread infection, its its functions natural! v safety telling the Merchants to Stock Up be- to perform for dier we that the demand boys' in Europe must be of also a cause provide movement They gentle are cause Prices going Higher, Higher the bowels. of care these not later than Nov. loth. mailed unfortunates, proper Higher in the Morning. Improved Farms to investigate most thoroughly before you" build any sort of structure. Kind-hearte- "SAFETY FIRST" is the way we would put it. Make sure that you are erecting the right kind of building for your particular needs, then that you are constructing that build"stand the racket" and at the same time make sure ing so it will not cost you a penny more than is necessary. vvi.-- The Geo. C. Whitmore Co. CALL IN, WE WILL SHOW YOU WHY. , B D NNEVI LLE LUMBER CO. M oi-- 4 4 4 rs Good for $11.00 mi Anglo-Saxo- n 22 pieces di IF s nut iVH 22 pieces When presented in cennection with the purchase of a Cole's Kot E'last M or R Model Range during the date of our Big Factory Stove Sale as printed below remember the date. v U Ili I on Hot Blast anges Meat Diet and Bad Temper. Do you know that meut eating is said to be responsible for bud temper? The philosophy of this is that meat is a stimulant, and that after the brlet happy effect of this stimulant has worn off there comes a long effect of und irritability. All heavy meat eaters are said to have bad dispositions because they are always suffering from their food's aftermath. That Is what the vegetarians affirm. Meat eaters consider the charge purely fanciful. "ZThe Best Range Ever Built for family Use We Invite the Entire Community to See This Remarkable Range that will Greatly ft & Y: fa u it I to h Cost of Living Coal prices have increased almost 300. We will exhibit the one range on the American market thzt cornes to the rescue of those seeking relief from high fuel bills. It is a pleasure for us to be able, to show our customers and friends this great means of relief, lhis wonderful range has the most remarkable fuel saving combustion ever seen it will positively save you big fuel bills. Come and see the many new and interesting ways it will cut your high cost of living. Remember the dates. Come early. Everybody cordially welcome. Let in the Sun. A shuttered window does not put out the sun, but it keeps It out. Discontent In a girl's heart does not change the beauty and helpfulness there is all ubout her, but it keeps her from discovering It. Open the shutters of the houI's windows. It will not make any difference to the sunshine, but It .will make all the difference in the world to you. Exchange. iiill fill! o 's ! '-f- t! On the Special Date printed below we will conduct a Big Worth of Pure Aluminum Ware Dr. Gose was pinned underneath the car, while the rest of the party were thrown to the 'Ginger. roadside, badly cut and bruised. Ginger was well known in England The doctor who sustained the beeven before the Norman conquest, worst injuries was taken by two ing often referred to in the manuscripts of the eleventh cen- Provo men to Dr. Linn Stewart, tury. It was very common in the thir- of Payson, and with the assisteenth aud fourteenth centuries, rank- tance of Dr. Mott of Santaquin ing next iu value to ppwier. first aid was rendered. The party was then taken to the Provo Hospital where Dr. Gose, died on Monday afternoon. His son Wm. and Mr. Conover, are also seriously injured, but hopes are entertained for their, recovery. Sale them." i The UDjjonumtv or a Mgr. r. . m C o that account the rules have EUREKA DOCTOR MEETS WITH been changed so that the Red FATAL ACCIDENT Cross Seals may be sold before that date. The seals will soon be on sale in every part of the state. In the meantime they may be A party of Dr. Ira ordered in any quality from the Gose.his sonconsisting William, Peter Cono-veW. state sales manager, Frank Mrs. Chas. Fields, Miss Ruby LeClere, 120 East First South and Stella Fields, all of Eureka Street, Salt Lake City Utah. The! Utah, left that city early Saturprice is $1.00 per hundred lc each. day evening to go to Provo, to visit the doctor's daughter Mary, who is at the hospital in Provo Had to Be Accumulated. Louise had some of her little friends suffering from an attack of rheuin for luncheon the other day and matism. At a point about a mile among other things she had olives. She offered them to one ' little miss, north of Santaquin, in trying to who said she did not like them, where- pass another car, the steering upon Louise replied in a superior fash- gear broke and the maching ion: "Oh, I didn't like 'em at first, turned ovec three times. but you must accumulate a taste for in- Save this Valuable Coupon it On A Head-Quarte- r NEPHI, UTAH z 4 er JOHN RICHARDSON. 2 , helps you to both; "Customers-Aid- " Act Happy and Become So. Be happy. Do not worry, do not allow yourself to become a grouch ; do not "get mad." Remember that psychologists now contend that you do not clench your hands because you are ungry. You are angry because you clench your hands. So do not clench them. Act happy, and you will be--ii to so. Act young, und you will remain so. The World's Work - Cole'i Hot Blast Rnge Cabinet Bate Model M Cole's Hot Blast Fuel-Savin- g Cole's Hot Blast Range, Leg Bate Model R II NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Co!e'( Down Draft Ran" Publisher Department of the interior, U.S. Land office at Salt Lake City, Utah Ociober 22, 1917. Notice is hereby given that James H. Shaw, Mona, Utah who on. Oct. 1, 191(),mad Homestead entry, serial No. 0658fj, for S E N W 4 combustion, Cole's Smokeless and Odorless Broiler and Tester that broils meats to a queen's taste, Cole's Automatic Fre:h Air Oven that bakes evenly on all Bides, and the many other Fuel Sa ving and Exclusive Features, make Cole's Hot Blast Range the most duvablc, the most economical, and the greatest time and labor saving range ever placed on the market. SALE DATES, NOV. i D No. 7 A Cooper, 29-30th.-DE- 22 C. Piece Set of Pure Aluminum Ware 1st, Pyper '& Co. ImgeOBSaaiSSDiJlaCi ! N 9. E 4 S W S W Section Township 12 So, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five year proof, to establish claim to the land above before Clerk of the District Court, at Nephi Utah, on the first day of December 1917. Claimant names as witnesses: Lee DeWitt of Mona Utah, and Joseph Worwood, Glen Booth, and Uoseoe Tolley all of Nephi. GOULD B. BLAKELY, Kegister. First Pub. Oct. 26th. Last Nov. 30th.