si ilini IkIj Asst. War AttUMU Historian, Capitol Building THE THE TIMES-NEW- TIMES-NEW- S Circulates throughout East Juab County. An in the inIndependant paper-publish-ed terest of all the people all the time. Let us enter your name on our subscription list. booster for the Agricultural and Mining interests of iuab County. A valuable advertising medium, being widely read by the Subscribe Today. citizens of the county. A ! The Times, Vol. 10, No. 44 The New. Vol. 4, No 4 Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, Aug. 22, 1919 OB HIS 1H EVENING DAY WILL BE SPENT IN CLEANING PROPOSED CIVIC PARK ALL CITIZENS EXPECTED TO HKLP IN THE WORK Nephi Will Be Put on the Map New Park System Advocated With Race Track and County Fair Grounds Pave Slain Street and Remove Poles from Center of Street Game Preserve Advocated SLOGAN OF CLUB: "100 MEMBERS BY SEPTEMBER . FIFTEENTH" The Nephi Commercial Club met in the club rooms Tuesday evening when a large number of the members were present. The members came with their boosting clothes on for before the close of the meeting nearly everything from a game preserve to a county fair had come up for discussion and by the sentiments expressed and arguments set forth Nephi is ready and ripe for the bigL gest boosting campaign the town has ever seen. The ball was started rolling when A BUSY MEETING President Gadd stated the purpose of the meeting was for lending the ' club's aid for the Labor Day excursion to the ranger station for the of Schools Ordered to be In cleaning up of the grounds at that Cleaning New for Opening Readiness place for a recreation and camping School Wagon Will be Installed place. This movement met with the Financial Report for Year Renhearty suport of the members present and the president was authorized to dered to Board. appoint a committee to work in conjunction with the city. Mayor Garrett told of the work that had already The Board of Education held a been done in this connection, and meeting Wednesday evening at which also of the meetings that had been a number of matters of public interheld with the forest officials and est were disposed of. Present at the stated that the securing of the meeting were I. H. Grace, Jas. Garwas now uptd, the, people, rett, Jr., J. H. Lunt and J. F. Newton. ,4 ground The committee which had been ap '"providing they showed the proper at-- ; . titude in meeting the government's pointed to look into the matter of school transportation from Starr to regulations in regard to this matter. Dr. N. J. Rees then made a talk on Mona and from Mona to Nephi rethe. need of a game preserve being ported that it would be necessary to established on the east side of the provide accommodations for at least road between Nephi and Levan as 30 students as there would be tfcat far east as the foothills. He stated many coming to Nephi High School, that from his observation this strip and from intermediate points to the of country was a natural breeding disrict schools here, and recommendground for grouse and other game, ed that a modern school wagon be and he thought they should be pro provided that would be roomy and tected in order that the adjacent comfortable for the students. After country would in a few years be discussing his proposition the board come famous as a hunting ground. decided to enter into a contract with After some discussion the following Mr. Shepherd who will purchase the committee was appointed to investi- famous Wayne school .wagon, which gate the matter: June Kendall, Dr. is one of the most elaborate wagons on ti.e market, and students who atN. J. Rees and A. V. Hague. G. M. Whitmore then addressed tend school here from the outside the club on the disadvantages of our will certainly feel proud of the new present park system which he said conveyance. The matter of errecting the addiwas of very little benefit to the people of this city. He advocated that the tion to the carpenter shop, of which present parks be disposed of and the plans were submitted, was laid on the as money ueed in purchasing a piece of table pending further information ground close in, preferably near the to the cost of the building. The board ordered the work of depot, big enough to hold a county fair grounds, ball grounds, and a race cleaning the various schools of the track combined, in addition to other district to commence at once, the cleaned and park features. He cited several in- same to be thoroughly stances of what other neighboring renovated for the opening of schools towns were doing along this line on September 15th. The financial report for the fiscal and said he thought it was time did and things. that Nephi got busy year was then presented to the board The same speaker also brought up and after the same being read, was; secthe matter of paving Main street and on motion of Jas. Garrett, Jr., and approved such F. Newton, for was J. onded time ripe by thought the an improvement to be undertaken. the same ordered published in the After some discussion by the mem- local paper. The report showed the con bers present which showed the ma- district to be in good financial of such dition and practically free from debt. favor in to be of them jority a campaign it was thought best to OSTLER-HOWKL- L have a committee meet with the city council and lay the matter before In the presence ot a large number that body. This committee was then relatives and comof their immediate a boosting into special changed 4 o'clock Wednesday aftei-nooat friends mittee. the marriage of Miss Susie A. J. A. Kendall, chairman of the Mr. Alva W. Howell wa . house committee, then reported that Ostler to a Bishop C. II. Grace for solemnized, his committee was arranging the ceremony. The bride i house warming party on Labor Day, of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. but on account of the excursion to the daughter is a highly respected and C. Ostler the ranger's station, it was postponed of this city and is popula lady young date. a later until of friends her. circle wide the a Join to among All persons desiring is the son of Mr. and SecThe bride-groi- n club should see Ralph Brough, Mrs. Wm. H. Howell, also of thl retary, at the Nephl National Bank, over-se- a i memcity and returned from or Earl Reitf, chairman of the Industrious an is He ago. time some the Toggery. at committee, bership Is well respected In Members who have not yet had their young man and can get them the community. A wedding recepkeys to the club-rootion was given after the ceremony ot from the secretary. which many beautiful presents were Lunt H. J. the young ccyiple. The Time! and Belliston given J. ti. to Joins with their many friends News motored to Mt. Pleasant yesterday In wishing them the best of luck and Belliston Mr. celebration, In the take future happiness. having entered one ot nis horses i 7 SNOT CIVIC EXCURSION TO CONDITIONS IDEAL IN JUAB RANGER STATION ON FOR PUMPING OPERAT ONS LABOR DAY, SEPT. 1 LIVELY MEETING HELD UST S ' COMMITTEES APPOINTED The first move for acquiring the land adjacent to the Forest Ranger's station behind Nebo for a camping and recreation ground for the people of this and neighboring cities will be taken on Labor Day, when a community excursion is planned at which time a general clean-u- p of the ground which will be allotted by the Forest Service for this purpose will be ruadNj, At a meeting of the Commercial Club Tuesday night the members of the club pledged their support to help the mayor and city council in the undertaking and appointed a committee to arrrange for the work to be done on this day and also to have some suitable exercises after the clean-uThe movement for this recreation ground for the people is meting with the hearty support of many citizens here, as they realize that unles such a place can be set) aside, it will be only a matter of time until al lthe desirable camping places will be gone and the city will have no place to go for a few days pleasure The opportunity is now given the citizens of this town to get a recreation place which will be permanent and can be made one of the beauty spots of the canyon, and its up to the people here to grasp the opportunity and not go toliflleep on their rights. Let every person who is interested in the progress of the community prepare to go on Labor Day and help put thj grounds in shape, as a lot of help will mean easier work. .The Forest Service officials will do their part to aid the people in getting fyis ground set apart, and its up to the people to do their part and juieet the government half way. This invitation is extended to Levan, Mona, Fountain Green and other near-b- y places a3 well a .Nehi. Further particulars concerningjtiie arrangements and program will be given in our next week's issues' , p. n, . -- 10 ZI0N;S CANYON Says Wondeful Sights of That Trip Would Make Pyramids of Egypt Look Like Tliirty Cents. J. A. Booth and family who returned Sunday evening from a week's trip to Zion's canyon have some stories to tell of the majestic grandeur and its wonderful magnitude of Dr. CITY GIVES FRANCHISE TO SUGAR COMPANY At the regular meeting of the City Council held Friday evening, there being present Mayor Garrett, Thomas Bailey, Alonzo Ingram and P. B. Cowan, the petition of the People's Sugar Company of Moroni, asking for a franchise to operate a beet loader in this city was taken up and after due consideration of the matter the franchise was granted. The company will install the loader about a block .south of the depot, they having purchased the ground near here upon which the loader will be built. The errection of this beet loader will be a great convenience to the farmers who are engaged in beet raising. The council also took up the matat the ranger ter of the clean-u- p station, and set apart Labor day as the day on which this work could be done, a committee from the Commercial club waiting on the council regarding this matter and offering the hep of the club in making it a success. After passing upon the claims and some other minor questions the meeting adjourned. ENJOY AUTO RIDE AND CANYON PARTY The following ladies were hostesses Wednesday afternoon to a deAnlightful Kensington: Mrs. W. C. drews, Mrs. Wm. Bailey, Airs. J. W. Boud, Mrs. G. M. Whitmore, Mrs. J. 15. Cole and Mrs. J. L. Belliston. The entertainment consisted ot an auto ride to Mona and return, and then a T. canyon party at the farm of S. luncha where very dainty Viokers, eon was served and the remainder of the evening spent in enjoying the cool air of the canyon, the party returning home Just before dark, the hostesses furnishing the autos. The following enjoyed the trip: Miss Neva Hooth, Miss Bertha McPherson, Mrs. J. W. Ellison, Mrs. Dennis Wood, Mrs. D.O. Miner, Mrs. Geo. A. Sperry, Mrs. T. H. Burton, Mrs. Mark Sowby, Mrs, J. W. Whitmore, Mrs, K. R. Forrest, Mrs. O. D. Loveridge of Salt Lake, Miss Lula McPherson, Mrs. Roy T. Cowan, Mrs. Anna McPherson of Pocatello, Idaho, and the hostesses named above. Dr. lsraelson Meets with Farmers and Gives Valuable Information Pumping Plant is Now Under Consideration. That Juab Valley offers a fruitful the development of water by pumping is a foregone conclusion. That this valley is on the eve of a boom by obtaining water by this method is another foregone conclusion. Government reports and the observations of men who know still further clinches this argument. Dr. lsraelson of the Agricultural College was in Nephi last Thursday and met with about 25 of the farmers of this city that evening in the courthouse when he explained fully the advan tages or obtaining water by the of a pumping system, and he advised a number of the farmers who have land in the lower part of the fields to go in together and purchase an outfit as there was no question in his mind but what water in paying quantities could be obtained. He also stated that the Agricultural College would furnish men free of charge to come down and start them out. He further stated that water could be profitably pumped from a depth of 63 feet. , In a trip over the valley before the meeting, Dr. lsraelson 'stated- that indications for surface water were very good and there was" no question but what obaining water by pumping could be successfully done. field for unsealed walls and cliffs which makes man appear weak and puny in comparison. Leaving Nephi Monday morning, August 11th, at 7 o'clock, they arrived at Cedar City, a distance of 180 miles south ot. JNepm, at 5 p. m., where they remained that night and Tuesday, visiting with their son in that city. Dr. Booth says that Cedar City is a thriving and prosperous city, and many beautiful homes can be seen everywhere, and he believes that it is the coming town of Central and southern Utah. Wednesday morning the start was made for Zion's canyon, leaving rCdar Citjr'af Ttt.'Tn.v and arriving at Wylie Camp, a distance of 66 miles, after an exciting and most pictur NEPHI HIGH SCHOOL esque ride through winding canyons and dugways and over the famous TO ISSUE CATALOGUE black ridge, some 15 miles from Cedar City, where a climate is encountered in which snow where the The faculty of the Nephi High is almost unknown and trees until School will put out their first an leaves remain on the nuai catalogue tnis year giving a Christmas. Over this road, which used to lead full description of the work that is to Silver Reef in the old days, many for the contemplated coming year towns are and much interesting information small but prosperous Rockville, Glendale and the with the school, concerning At Toquerville a stop daily program outlined and the var- Springdale. a little rest and to for was made ious classes and periods to which the wonderful at look a take comare teaciiers It is assigned. of that region where figs, alpiled iu book form and is a distinct fruits advance over the old and expensive monds and other where the high in abundance, grow method of issuing several circulars not bother the at periodical times. The catalogue cost of living does have all they as they will be ready for distribution about people at all to spare and are niong and want September 1st. the most happy and contented people of this world. FOUNTAIN GREEN COUPLE The Wylie camp is located against WED HERE YESTERDAY the eastern wall of the canyon and Miss Lila Hansen was joined in the accomodations are of the best, with board marriage to Mr. John Clarence Jen being equal to any hotel, sen at the courthouse yesterday af walks around the camps and wild ternoon, Bishop Bailey performing grapes growing in every direction, the ceremony that made them man surrounded by cliffs and rocky peaks and wife. The young couple are that are inspiring in their magnitude. residents-oour neighboring city of Water is piped to the camp from a fountain Green. Nephi is getting nearby spring and is of the best. The to be a regular "Gretna Green" as Virgin river also wends its way thru to the scenic hardly a week passes that some the canyon which adds rates for The of the place. not beauty apdoes of town couple from out meals the and a are a bed $1 night pear before the genial county clerk exceland request the necessary license are also $1, but the service is lent. as one, that makes two hearts to beat The party spent a little over, a day and sends them on their way happy in the camp which is crowded with and contented. tourists from all parts ot the state. Dr. Booth says it is impossible to MAMMOTH 13, NEPHI 5 describe the wonderful scenery of and that it must be seen The Mammoth baseball team came the canyon to be appreciated. fully over to Nephi Wednesday afternoon The party who nade the trip to and for a while it looked as if they the canyon were Dr. and Mrs. J. A. were going to shut the local boys Mr. Leslie Booth, and Mrs. out, scoring runs in every innings Booth, Hunter and Lottie daughter Marion and sixth with the exception of the Cedar of City. seventh. Nephi scored one run in the fifth, however, and then in the GOSHEN 13, NEPHI 11 eighth had a batting rally and found At Goshen Saturday afternoon the the visitors for four more tallies but their start came too late in the game Nephites met the Goshenites in a and the score at the close stood at game of ball and according to the 15 to 5. It was a very tame game. score, some slugging was done with d the result that the Goshen boys The battery for the visitors was and Beck, while Sperry, Petty came out on top by a score of 13 to and Park did duty for the home 11 in their favor. guards. Howarth returned Miss L'zzle The score by Innings was as fol- hone yesterday from Elsinore after lows; 15 visiting friends there for a short Mammoth. r time. Nephl.... - " , TELLS OF TRIP semi-tropic- al vin-yar- semi-tropic- f -- Sim-mon- 212140041 000010040 al RANCH HOUSE DESTROYED MR. O'GARA BADLY BURNED Mrs. Florence O'Gara who has been visiting her father, Mr. Chas. Haynes of this city, for the past two months, was called home by a telegram a few days ago and on arriving found her husband had been seriously burned in a fire which destroyed their ranch It home and also their automobile. appears from details sent here that Mr. O'Gara while busily engaged in the hay field at their ranch in the Imperial Valley, Calif., turned and saw the ranch house on fire. Having some important papers which he wished to save he rushed into the house just as part of the room commenced falling. He put up his hands to save himself from the falling timbers and sustained very severe burns, although he is getting along as well as can be expected. The accident will inconvenience Mr. O'Gara in his work as he has over 70 acres of corn ready as well as a great deal of alfalfa. Most of the household furniture was burned including a very expensive Viotrola. ENJOY TRIP TO MT. NEBO The following young people had a delightful trip to Mt. Nebo on Saturday: Miss Ophelia Jennings and Miss Inez McClure of Levan, Miss Joy Broadhead, Miss Lillian Swanson of Salt Lake, Allen Johnson of Mills, Walter Olpin, Willie Garrett and Donald Broadhead ot this city. Leaving Nephi Friday evening they camped at the Ranger station that evening and made the trip to the top the next day. They report having a fine time and greatly enjoying the trip. ENTERTAINS AT HE It HOME Mrs. Lester Belliston entertained a number of her lady friends at her home Tuesday evening, the time being spent in games and music, and delicious refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. J. A. Kendall, Mrs. R. Chappell, Mrs. Geo. Latimer, Mrs. Verne Vickers, Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. Harry Irons, Mrs. Ralph Belliston, Mrs. Harry Beagley, Mrs. Wm. T. Belliston, Mrs. Leonard Belliston, Miss Clara Parnsworth ot .Mantl and the hostess, Mrs. Belliston.