THi TIMES-NEW- NEPH1, UTAH. S. Times News The PUBLISHED -- Subscription zealously as our own. It is a trust that is placed ship with them. upon us by reason of our relation- To help each patron or friend constructively privilege "r is our special j We invite you to test our service. taCe NEWS ITEMS I Don't Consult a Veteriary about that "New Building" Rates: One Year in Advance $2.00 Six Months in Advance. .8100 Entered as' Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Neptu, Utah Our customers are our friends to the extent that we guard their inter-a- s GREEN TAIN F EVERY FRIDAY BY THE TIMES-NEW- S PUB. CO. Dennis Wood, Editor and Manager No town ever amounts to much until it has something tangible that will awaken civic pride. IT'S VP TO US Born, August 13th, to the wife of George Cook, twin boys. Born, August 13th, to the wife of Niel Lund, a girl. Wis Vera Holman of Colorado who is visiting relatives in this city, left for Logan Monday to visit with relatives. Leonard Ivory who has been in the that you have decided that you will waste no more Now money on this BUILDINGS. RAMSCHACKLE, DOWN - AT - THE - HEEL You want the best building formation and advice army of occupation in Germany turned home Saturday. Mrs. Sanf ord Holman and daughter Grace left for Logan ,Mouday to visit re- in- BONNE- VILLE LUMBER CO. gives it to you. The future of Nephi depends en- relatives. tirely on the people who live here. Bishop J. T. Oldroys and family This towns will grow and progress and Mary J. Oldroyd were Manti just in proportion to what its citi- visitors Tuesday. zens wish. Some people go around Mrs. Pratt Allred and son Earl of knocking the town because this or Cleveland, Emery county, are visiting that is not done and lamenting the datives in this city. fact that things move more slowly Lester Robinson who has just rehere than elsewhere. Just one word, turned from Service in the navy is Mr. Citizen, you are just as much a Fountain Green visitor. responsible for the progress o Nephi Mr. Lue Thompson and family of as anyone else and this town at all I'rovo were Fountain Green visitors times will reflect the push and energy Sunday, Idena Jensen returning to of its citizens or otherwise. Provo with them. If this town is to progress and take Mr. Hans Hogh, Mrs. Nellie Green its place among the cities Nlta Anderson tind George Anderson of Utah, the men of the town must be ami wife motored to Mayneia on alive. They must cut out factional Tuesday to attend the funeral of and petty differences, tney must be tiit-i- aunt, Mrs. Botilda Bogh. united, in other words, Uiey must Curtis Norman, the little son of work together now and all the time In golf Norman, fell fro'm a horse on ESS with only one purpose in views, and Monday and broke his arm. that is for the material and social Girls were enterThe Our Service Bureau with a staff of experts with many years experience in designing FARM BUILDINGS and MODERN HOMES comb the fields each day for the newest and best Sifting knowledge for you. 1 Another reason why you should see us today. B D N N EVI LLE RSI LUMBER CD.a GZZ . CZ Merrill at, JOHN RICHARDSON, d issociate Manager .& -- nfr.- 3E HI Wide-Awa- 1 We are Agents For The International Harvester Company and The Fairbanks Morse Co. ENGINES advancement of Nephi, first, last and all the time. The spirit manifested Tuesday night at the Commercial club meeting is a start in the right direction. Let's have more of such meetings and take a look at ourselves, survey our present surroundings, and take stock of the situation, and then get busy and start something that means more prosperity, that means a bigger and better town, something that will put Nephi on the map and keep it there, something that will make this city the most talked of town between Box Elder and St. George. All this is possible, we have the resources, the capital and the people. Let's go "over the top" in the biggest campaign of this town has ever improvement undertaken. "American Beauty Electric Irons" Are The Best home. Mr. Frank Crowther and son Os- mond, were Fountain Green visitors Sunday. Izola and Ruby 13 04, Jensen, Pearl and Chrystal Armstrong of Ephriam motored to this city Sunday and returned home Monday. Edith Anderson and LaVern Holman were Provo visitors this week, motored to Provo Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Neilson is visiting relatives in this city. Mor-tens- Electric Toasters ,7 The most reliable engines on the market We now have the 6 H. P. on hand. We are also agents for the Primrose Cream Separator . Call and examine them. That the spirit of cooperation and support of home institutions i growing in Utah is the opinion expressed by many of the leading business m"n of the state. For several months the campaign for the increased patron.igi' of Utah's factories has been carried on and the results have been more than satisfactory. in a "I have always believed that till Utah people needed was to have these to matters brought directly to their attention," said a prominent business man in discussing the Increasing trade in are "The people of in Utah products. shown their loyalty to their have Utah loads by nwn state in a hundred different ways. In the matter of buying home product we are all human and in our desire to make a dollar do Its full duty we sometimes overlook Utah goods thinking that probably something wight bo gained through buying! outside goods. Hut we hnvs proven that Utah ;:oods compare favorably both in price and quality with goods made anywhere else in the world. In fact I think the strongest part of the campaign of the Utah Manufacturers Association for Utah products was the statement that Utah people were asked to buy Utah Main Street, Opposite Chas. Foote & Sons Store goods only when they could do so without the sacrifice of either price or quality. "Personally I am willing," he continued, "to pay n little more If necesMONUMENTS sary for Utah goods because I realize LIVERY AND FEED STABLE that by helping Utah I am helping myA splendid variety frcim which to self and that If I spend my money Bus Meets All Trains select. A'ork .right, .Prices .right. here at home I stand a good chance GOOD LIVKRY RIMS, I)KAV ISocsloy Marble and Granite Works, of getting some of It back again, but AND EXPRESS WAGONS as a ride I ha' found that I pay no I'rovo, Utah. I'hone Vs. Agents for Coal. more for Utah goods and I certainly PHONE 44-- 2 Jo not get any bolter quality anywhere H. 1. Goldsbrough, Proprietor else. In scores of Instances I have made actual savings in addition to getting better quality by purchasing EN AND WOMEN More of the Same Kind. Utnh goods." A fellow who loses his temper eeetii-tFrom all parts of the state reports know Just where to get another tlmt Utn't people are buying Indicate as bad. Just more Utah good 4 'han ever before and Always say there is ti "iplo'.y growing sentiment This shop is In favor of stip,.ortlng home Institutions more liberally. Square'! "He Iiuild Wisely Who Hulls Well." I Professional Earnings. 1 OI.KS WHO HAVE GOTTKX Questionnaires sent to the graduate?-TO BUILD WELL I he Harvard medical and law INTO THE HABIT schools brought out the fact that the USE of purchasing their meat supply average physician earns $554 in his (ir:t yenr of practice, about $1,000 in of us are enthusiastic in their U'.t Kecond year, about $2,000 in bis praise of the gualily'of our fifth year and nearly $5,000 by his HAS NO EQUAL slock and of the eTpertness we year, and that the average lawearns $004 In his iirst year, $1,110 yer show in the deli cry of Hie in bis second yenr, $2,liH In his fifth choicest cuts of meats to bo laa Largest and Parent Venr. ftA'M in Ida citrhlh vear iitirl Nataral Deposit of Gypsum In $5,825 In his tenth year of practice. found anywhere. the World. We will have our expert here few demonstrate. days carried These machines straight the International Harvester car Company. 1 : i and FOR SALE GOOD. REMINGTON TYPEWRITER, Model 10, and in first clas condition. .Price $50. .InPhone 19C quire at the Times-NewMiss Sybil Armstrong and Miss Eva of Ephriam returned Christensen Monday after a short visit with Miss Zelma Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Groneman and Mr. and Mrs. Lavor Groneman of Provo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lunt. Mr. and Mrs G. S. Taylor of I'rovo and Mr. and Mrs. Alleman of Spring-villwere the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Grace, Everything in Hardware COOPER, PYPER & CO. e, Si Pianos, PIANO GRAFOROLA Player P lanos, Grafanolas and the farm- ous improved f-- i T rl i" viloUll Talking Machine As (ho Htrinps make the NEPHIPLASTER ft MFG. CO. GEO. W. GARRETT, Prop. Peat Used in Making Fertilizers. Italian peat too low in fuel value to be used for heating Is being utilized In the manufacture of nitrogen fertilizers. record1.-- ! i OMK AND the fiddle, so do make the machine. HEAR THE COLUMBIA )i;is ox thu Columbia i;;; Machine, or the Edison Records on the Edison Machine Ml the lnlcst PIAXO ROLLS. AIT x (he latest RECORDS. Free demon- 'trillion at any time, (irafonola tlilr-ieent- h CITY MEAT MARKET Coffee Electric Fixtures f Nephi Plaster Electric Pots ITS' s, SUPPORT HOME INSTITUTIONS ! tained Monday evening at the home of Ester Samuels. Miss Mary Anderson, who has been In Salt Lake working, has returned s needles, record brushes, Robert Lomax Special Representative MainNSephrl for Baylies Roche Music Co. of Halt " - unci 4 Lake City, Utah. supplies.