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THE If TIMES-NEW- NEPH1. S, NATION-WID- LEVAN For the MtNebo Excursion Next Wednesday Mrs. Emma Dalby returned home after a pleasant visit with her sister .Mrs. Oscar Christensen at Ephraim. Mrs. Will Brown and daughter Margarett were Nephi visitors Thurs- IMPROVE LIVE STOCK United States Department of Agriculture Announces Campaign to Klim-inal- e Scrub Sires from Breeding. Washington, 1). c., July 31 ter sires, better stock." This "Rp,t is the slogan of a national better live stock crusade to get actively in motion October 1, that is announced by the L'nited States Department of Agriculture, working in with the State agricultural colleges and other agencies interested in the live stock improvement. The campaign looks forward to the future food needs of this country's increasing population and results from long three weeks. L. A. Miner and Clarence Paxman and careful observation of the live of Nephi, were the home mission- stock industry in this country, and was planned after extensive consultaaries in Levan Sunday afternoon. Mrs. D. Bosh pleasantly entertain- tion with specialists and breeders. ed a number of friends Saturday The plan is to hasten the replaceafternoon, the occasion being her ment of the multitude of scrub domestic animals in the United States birthday. Mrs. Chas. Mangelson entertained with pure bred or high grade stock, and also to improve the quality of the Wednesday afternoon in honor of her pure breds themselves. The goal in husband's 81st birthday ' Mr. and Mrs. Beck and family of view is greater efficiency in producGunnison were the guests of tMrs. tion. The campaign will be the first orBeck's father, J.C. Neilson Sunday. Mrs. Amos Hatfield, accompanied ganized crusade in a large country to improve alll live stock simultaneby his son Mark, and daughter Flora were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ously. It will interfere in no way with the work in live stock improveReuben Mangelson this week. ment now being conducted, but came Miss Amanda Malmgren down from Salt Lake for a visit with makes all the work more definite her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Malm- and effective by providing official ' recognition for progressive breeders. gren. The campaign will be supervised by The many friends of Erick Peterson and Miss Thelma Bosh will be the Department of Agriculture in pleased to learn of their marriage Washington, and in each state by which took place at Nephi, Wednes- the State Agricultural college. County day, July 16th. Miss Bosh is the agents and other field workers of attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. the Department of Agriculture and J. A. Bosh and is one of Levan's most of State Agricultural colleges will handle the campaign locally. Every popular young ladies. Mr. Peterson who recently returned from France, live stock owner actively is a promising young man, well and keeping and using none but bred quality will thought of in the community. The pure an sires ofasgood an official emblem recoggiven California after for left young couple the ceremony where they will spend nition of meritious effort. their honeymoon. Congratulations are extended the happy couple. OI'KX SEASON POK SHOOTING DKIGNATED BY COMMlSSIOXKIt day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McKnight spent Sunday in Levan. George Garrett and family of Nephi visited in Levan during the week. Leonard Francom and family were Nephi visitors Thursday. Mrs. Vance Mangleson and children returned home from Ephraim where she has been visiting the past We have Canned and Cold Meats and other Dainties for the trip ENTERPRISE GROCERY CO. EASYr DRIVE TO E (Received to late for last Issue) See us for good things for your lunch basket FOR LEASE OB SALE TERMS HAPPENINGS UTaH. SAVE AND LEARN Young man, if you want to be come a leader in the world's affairs, save a part cf the salary you now earn, keep your eyes on the future and study your business. Men who make good burn the midnight oil at home with theii books and plans. Put Your Savings in Our Cr.ro so that you may have funds on hrnd tr grasp business opportunity when it comes your way. ' WILL 151'lLl) LOADING STATION HERE 1340 Acres of Land. 20 Head of Milk Cows. 50 head of range cattle. 15 head of horses 40 pigs, Good range, forest permit for 3 2 head. All implements necessary. Milk from cows will pay rent. See T. H. Burton, Nephi, Utah. The People's Sugar Company of Moroni will construct a beet loading Dump just south of the Globe Grain and Milling Co.'s warehouse near the depot and expect to have it ready for the beet farmers' of Nephi to load their beets from this fall. A car load of lumber was unloaded Tuesday at the site of the proposed W .H. Warner left for Solt Lake beet station and work will commence Tuesday on a business trip. NOTICE on same as soon as possible. The John A. Grant and Lorenzo Mort-ense- n p construction of this will were over frem Levan Monday, I am prepared to give a course in make the work of much attending to business matters in Violin Study at 50c per lesson. For easier and will save a great deal of Nephi. particulars, inquire of Miss Mercy time. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Henriod reGoldsbrough. home Monday, after a pleasturned The Enterprise Grocery Co. have ant visit with friends and relatives in FOR SALE improved the front, of their store Salt Lake City. and adjoining buildings with a coat WANTED; Agent for Nephi and . . Good House for sale. . Easy terms. of paint. PreGooil proposition. vicinity. .See One block from main street. Free vious unnecessary. who Lunt experience Mrs. Alfred Mr. and T. H. Burton, Nephi, Utah. have been laboring in the Salt Lake School of Instruction. Address MasFOR SALE GOOD. REMINGTON' Temple the past year are spending sachusetts Bonding and Insurance Accident and Health DeTYPEWRITER, Model 10, and in their vacation in Nephi visiting their t'ompany. CapiMichigan. Saginaw friends. partment, and expect .InThey relatives first clas condition. .Price $50. tal $i,nou,oou. Times-NewlttW. to be here about six weeks. Phone the at quire beet-dum- s, smoke naf m FORD 1 The Universal Car The State Game commissioner has sent out the following notice relative to the shooting of the following birds: The open season on sage hens, blue grouse and willow grouse from August loth to August 31st, both dates inclusive, in all counties of the state except Rich and Morgan. The bag limit will be eight birds a day, and not more than 16 birds for the season. This means that a hunter may take 8 sage hens or 8 blue grouse of S willow grouse In any one day, but if he takes 4 sage hens for instance, he may not take more than 4 blue grouse or willow grouse. He must not, in other words, take more than S birds of any or all vari eties in any one day and not more than IB birds of any or all varieties during the season. Hunting for these birds is strictly prohibited in all state game preserves for mourning The open season doves will be from September 1st to September 30th. inclusive. The bag limit will bf: ir birds per person per day and not more than ?,0 birds per person for the sason. This order includes all counties except Hich and . mm """""iniiium The Ford One Ton Truck may well be classed as an agricultural it fits Into and fills so many wants on the farm. It is a reliable bearer of farm burdens, not only doing the work of " "1 several horses quick- y, pJJJJgJ5 TrUCK farmer has er and better than ",e horse, and does not "eat its head oM" when not work- ing. The aggressive only to consider the pos- sibilities of the Ford truck and he is ready to buy one. We judge this to he so from the way farmers are buying them. Truck ( 'basis $.50- f. o. I. Detroit. - Judd Garage G. R. Judd, Proprietor IE Morgan. b SUFFERED SHE HAD IIOM Ol lt Hit; HOKSK- SHOE COLKCTION we carefully select those coming I MANY LONG YEARS to the requirements of the horse we are shoeing. Hut nearly right isn't good enough for us. Exactly right is our rule and we remodel and rcshaM' all shoes until they fit (he hoof perfectly. Why not have your horse shod that way next time. iii'iirt-s- t Mr-- r '';; n Had Khctmialisiii So 1'inl She Often Cried All Night :):t (;.t:,k-Thirty Pound. 1 : 1 Ki'.'n of thirty pounds during "art few weeks speaks volumes sa'd Jlrs. Catherine for Tanlac." ''a kson.of 2440 College St.. Kansas 1 tv, Mo. recently. . "1 had rheumatism for twenty-nin- e years, and during damp and unsettled weather sharp pains would shoot all through my body; my right knee has stirr and painful been ho swollen, tur ng the past two years that I wouldn't bend it, and hud to use a ;tel btnee so I could walk, and many a time 1 have cried in pain the whole 'is badly const! '"f'.t tin one''. tod, lost weight and my general alth became very poor. "One day I read of a lady who had m ?!! eved of rheumatism by tak inir Tanlac. so I begun taking It my self. I am now on my fifth bottle and the rheumatism has almost en tirely disappeared I can bend my knee Ireiulv and the pain is entirely gone or constipation, 1 hnvo been relieved uv apprt te is f tie and 1 am feeling have in better in every way than ' p k ttt.VPTR nras snch vmiLAV' ri?ht-handed-tw- s&w VJT J lit o- fisted smokejoy as you puff out of a limmii nino norlrpH with Prince Albert 1 a HMP!fell" mM l M,H That's because P. A. has the quality I 1 You can't fool your taste apparatus any more than you can get five aces out of a family deck I So, when you hit Prince Albert coming and going, and get up half an hour earlier just to start stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,I you know you've got the big prize on the end of your line Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive tented process that cuts out bite and parch well you ,1 like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words to express your happy days sentiments 1 S d tin Toppy rod hog, tidy red tint, handsoms pound and classy, practical pound crystal glass hamidorwith jbiiiiiifnri miff tobacco in such parfact condition. tpongs moimtmmmr top that hasps tha half-poun- R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, 1 Winston-Sale- N. -- P IWJM umfLVM J! lit ! 1 mrtiy C years." Lester Gust in returned home Sun day from the Sunpete Mountains. BOYNTON & SON .MF.IUC.IN l.F.UION ISUTTOX TO UK SKNT KKTt KN KI) HOLDIKRH button adopted by the National Executive cotnmitee of the American Legion as the official emblem of the national organ'zation of four million American veterans of the Great war will he distributed in a few days to member of the Legion through state branches and local posts throug-ou- t An enlarged dethe country. sign of the button unless changed by the national convention at .Minneapolis in November, will also be used as the basis of the official seal of the legion. of an The button Is It consists of a inch In diameter. central small replica of the regulation bronze five pointed star discharge button, surrounded by a narrow circular band of blue enamel containing the words "American A three-quarte- rs Shoe Repairing J. A. OHRISTEN8EH Very llest of Oak Tan Ijenther Used in AU Repair Work Done Ily Us. Our Prices For Re pairing Defy All Competition. legion" in gold letters. The button has a t'u ted gold efige. The central replica of the discharge button will be in silver instead of bronze for members of the Legion who were wounded in the service. The neceaary steps will be takon ' legislative committee of the American Legion, headed by former Senator Luke Lea of Tent?3ssee and W. Thomas former Congressman Millar of Delaware, to have the emblem copyrighted and Its use fully protected.