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THK TIMES-NEW- NEPHi, UTAH. S. The Times News -- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY PUB. CO. THE TIMES-NEW- S 1 Dennis Wood and A. B. Gibson Publishers Subscription Rates: One Year in Advance $2.00 ?1.00 Six Months in Advance Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Nephi, Utah ram 5,000 Suits to Select From Absolutely No Two Alike nrt fr SASSttuca BIGGER ASSORTMENT THAN EVER BEEN CARRIED BY THE LARGEST TAILORING COMPANY IN THE WORLD. A FARMING IS NOW POPULAR BUSINESS Good business means inceased production which in turn means support of the national plans for permanent -- Prosperity. is not a single legitimate business expansion or activivty we not favor and our reason is patriotic. that do There Any man who has in mind such activity or expansion is heartily urged to come in and consult with us if we can be of any servics. Things have changed from the days when the comic papers printed those funny jokes and pictures about the bushy whiskered farmer, and when the country boy couldn't show his honest face on the streets of a city without being called "Rube." About now the authors of the aforesaid jokes are apt to he wondering where they can get trusted for their next months bill of farm products. Meanwhile "Reuben" now an ambitious and advancing farmer, is riding into town in his own automobile. Country life and agriculture have now become fashionable. The man of wealth buys a farm now as a diversion from the humdrum of city life. He may not make any money out of it, but he gets pleasure out of the business in being able to produce L. Frank went, to Gunnison Wedsomething to help feed the world, and nesday to attend to some business in addition gets a certain amount of matters at his store in that city. out-dolife which, means' greater business. his in physical capacity Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Anderson of Moroni, were the guests of Mr. and ONE WAY TO REDUCE COST Mrs. J. N. C. Pexton Sunday. OF LIVING. i lips JtlfS ING VALUES FOR FALL. STYLES. SNAPPY SUIT ORDER WE GIVE NICE A YOU BELT OR A INITIAL CAP TO MATCH YOUR SUIT. FREE All Clothing made by us will be pressed for TWO MONTHS The Texas Tailors . W IIP EXHIBITION OF TAILORWITH EVERY COME AND SEE THIS STUPENDIOUS Salma Nephi EE or : l- -J i ; m .. We Have On Hand Both International and Fairbanks Morse "pKE Muelier Fiyeless wil do this one-thi- ENGINES And Are Their Agents for Pumps and Windmills. The sole aim of this institution is 1 rd COOPER PYPER &CO. lf !!? rolci under c mncngffruorarirse to hca; ever7"' room in vcur h)r.ce to a A cpjar- - Jj WKfcrtabta f.n't-riven :y a Xiiaivjcmr-- r L who hss beer, mnking heating jj Sf'iTi. than slsctv V y it g vc--- Ai&t 3. mwsp 1 mis-nam- ' and and more sava you on fuel bcsiJes. Alvin Edson Allred of Spring City, and Miss Ina Erickson of Alt Pleasant ES called at the County CIerk"s office Friday afternoon to get the necessery license to wed. Bishop Thomas Bailey performing the ceremony that made them man and wife. Taxation, high cost of living, high wages, shorter hours, less work and more production, are some of the mystifying phrases ones hears today. Everyone is shoving the burden onto someone else. As a start to reduce the cost of living the present inequitable and PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP "luxury tax" could be reNOTICES pealed or amended, thus removing a Consult the direct increase in the cost of living County Clerk od respecon many absolute necessities from tive signers for further particulars. drugs and toilet articles to candy and ice cream. This law was passed in NOTICE TO CREDITORS haste to meet war conditions, it can now be repealed or amended at Estate of Edward Kay deceased. leisure to meet peace conditions and Creditors will present claims with the sooner the better. vouchers to the undersigned at Mona, Utah, on or before the 6th day of NOTICE November, A. D. 1919. EDWARD KAY, Administrator of the estate of NOTICE TO S OF Edward Kay, deceased. MERNEPHI P. N. Anderson, attorney for AdCANTILE AND MANUFACTURministrator. ING INSTITUTION. Date of first pub. Sept. 5th, 1919. Notice is hereby given, that Nephi Date of last pub. Sept. 26th, 1919. Mercantile and Manufacturing Institution a corporation is winding up its affairs and is ready to make a distribution of its property to its stock-holdein acordance with their respective rights, and for this purpose all holders of its capital stock are Hereby required to present their certificates of Capital Stock to the Board of Directors of said corporation by filing the same with its secretary at the office of V. A. C. Bryan, its attorney, at Nephi City, Utah, on or before the 6 th day of October, A. D. 1919. And all persons who have claims of any kind against said corporation are hereby required to file their claims with said secretary, as aforesaid, and within the time aforesaid. or any Should any stock-holdclaimant fail to file such certificates or claims as above required, then, immediately after the 6th day of October, A. D. 1919, said Board of Directors will. determine the rights of or claimant to be as such stock-holdshown by the books and papers in the possession of said corporation. As soon as the respective rights of all stock-holdeshall be determined, and the expenses of this proceeding are paid, the said Board of Directors will immediately proceed to distribute all of the property owned by said corporation to the persons entit- Sold by 3 ' th:-- ei a ri,ii'ii'S r rv.T,rco tc ft..: : war d - tor of hcatir hcr.t:n,T inriples 'inn Mueller is f. thu only pipoie.s lurnrce in vhk-- t .'j lews of ""1 Ani warm air c'rcnlatifn bavc Ivn crTf'tly unci yu Everything In mm ni la : p- Tent - if Hardware :r nnC pt nr : 'r. r why ti. Miiflifi" tif'v' heat me system for f9.iw. your home. r STOCK-HOLDER- to, get the best possible line of Farm implements. When we say we represent the a-bo- ve firms no further argu- ment is needed. rs It i 1 Main Street, Opposite Chas. 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His whole life had been devoted to exploration and discovery for the aggrandizement of Spain, yet his last years were embittered by the ingratitude shown him by the nation. Privilege of Money. Clothes don't make a man, but it's nnlv tlm millionaire who can co about his business looking like a ragpickers- London Answers. lic hi rings make the fiddle, so do nuita the macliitic. A KdiMiin lalcMt PIANO Machine ROLLS. All latest RECORDS. Free demon triitiim at any time. Grafonola the needle, record Robert Lomax Speclnl Representative for Dityncs ltoehe RIumIc Va, of bnmhew, and MainN!phf Salt Ijike City, Utah. iiuppllea.