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THE TIMES-NEW- S CIRCULAT- THE TIMES-NEW- S IS A BOOST. ER FOR THE AGRICULTURAL AND MINING INTERESTS OF : : JUAB COUNTY : : ii ES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AND IS A VALUABLE : ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : (A , THE TIMES, VOL 11, NO. 82. NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, L D. PF0UT3 !. ., t high mountain! Advertising! I am enclosing to you one of Dr. Hopkins letterheads and you can see what he thinks of the scenery as an asset to the State. Don't let us all sit down here and have Prove and American Fork have the only climb! It is estimated that Provo business men profit by the Community Climb to Timpanogos to the extent of at least $5,000 a year. That means something when it all comes in from the outsider and would not be there at all but for the advertising that the mountain climb brings. Nephl can have as good, and I think better in ten years, and all that it will take is to have some1 people get to see the wonderful things that toTT. Grand Nebo has to show them. If ydu will give me the names of some of the live members of your commercial club, I will try to have them see hat we are in earnest about this and then you may be able to get some aid in the matter of bedding. I have put my foot into it to the extent of saying that I would see that they had sleeping accomadation and now I will have to see it thru. I think there will be about 20 of the club make the trip, and that will not take much bedding, if they can use the floors and porch of your house to sleep on the night they camp at the station. I think we can furnish beds for ten, if you people can let us have the rest. I am writing Dr. Hopkins, to day about the matter and will go in to see him during Conference, end then we can formulate more definite plans I am confident that we will make out all rigiit somehow. If you will give me a sketch of the trail' I will have a blue print made of it and that will help some. I have told them that we have something good here, and that all we want is a chance to have them come down, see our good roads and fine trail, get the view from the top of Nebo and then they would say it was the best outing of the year! I know that we have as good as Tymp any time. Let us keep in close touch and make this climb a success for this pa.rt of the state. I will be at the service of the club for the two days October 15 and 16th. I have fciven up my hunt for it. I hope that you have one on the hook (trout) before I get out of the canyon that day. I think that maybe some more of the folks will go from here again. We will have tbem to go for help also. I have not asked many about things yet but will get busy on that too. Yours sincerely, L, D. PFOUTS Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs and fam ily returned home Friday from an auto trip through Southern Utah. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Boud and fam ily, left yesterday for a few weeks vacation In Southern California. They will make the trip by auto. Mr. Boud't health has been poor of late and he Is making the trip at this time in the hope that a few weeks rest will benefit him in this respect. Jesse Pay, returned home Monday evening from a trip to Denver, Colo, whore he had been with a shipment of lambs. He reports the market as Mr. Pay, being In fair condition. stated that the country around Peu; tnlo, Colorado, shows the effects of the disastrous flood that occurred there this year, and that hundreds of men are still at work in the city cleaning np the debris. , A well SCHOOL , , WEEK The High School and Grade Facul- ties have signed up a splendid lyceum course for the coming school year, with the Red Path Lyceum Bureau. The following are the numbers and the dates on which they will be pre' sented. E. P. Bailey Lecturer, October 27th . - ; - - , attended parent-teache- rs evening. The main idea conveyed by the discussions that were held, was the great need of between parents and teachers. Without this assistance from the pareint it was r shown tlvtttrt, lUittMam .H?jot that the teacher was powerless Aimo &Gi wrterj w to get the ' best results from the stu. dents. . tjg.el,'F.Flfiiri!.7'..rillig., , '."Parents must see to it," said Mr. Ittrttiuae uf JuiiL- - LuihIis' iirbtUatiuu v the buildiuK tr des disputes In Chicago, the people or tnat city are Doping the new $05,000,000 Union station will, be completed within the next 18 months.' Work on it was suspended during Beagley, in discussing the need of study at home, "that their boys and the war. The illustration is from the Ttteently finished architects' plans. girls spend a portion of their time each evening in study, without which they cannot expect to be prepared for POPULAR COUPLE JOINED work the next day." TO ERECT MONUMENT Mr ' Peremers, Nov. 16th. Fine Arts Quartett, March 22nd. ' The teachers met yesterday afterIN MARRIAGE WEDNESDAY noon, appointed the necessary com; FAR FLIES TRAVEL mittees and decided upon the follow.: season for . tickets. Adults ing prices V At the Salt Lake Temple Wednes$1.50. High school students 75c. Grade students 50c. Single admissThat the house fly aot uncommonly day Miss Gladys Garrett, was joined ion prices were fixed at 75c 50c, and makes a journey of 5 to 6 miles in in marriage to Mr. Bryan J. Petty, 35c, for adults, high school students the space of 24 hours, is shown by both of this city. The bride is the and grade students respectively. experiments conducted by the Bureau eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Garrett Jr, and has been prominent of Entomology, United States DepartThe first assembly program of the ment of Agriculture. The ease with in social and church work. For the year was held Thursday morning of which lies travel many miles shows past two or three years she has been this week. Mr. Sperry was in charge. the Importance of general sanitary employed at the First National Bank The young man has The following program was given. measures to destroy breeding places. an note clerk. Song, High School Chorus, Prayer Mr. Flyflight tests were conducted in been" employed at the local railroad Poulson, Piano Solo, Rheta Sperry, northern Texas, where approximately depot for the past two years, and Reading, Miss Woolley, Vocal Solo 234,000 flies of many different spec- Is also, well known as a classy ball Mr. Bird, Lecture, "Some Factors ies were trapped, then dusted with player. This paper joins with their That Make For Success." Mr. Ingram. finely powered red chalk, and liber- many friends here in extending hearated.. Fly traps baited with food ty congratulation and best wishes for Herman McCune entered school highly relished by the flies were plac- their future happiness. 'The young couple will take an exThis brings ed at measured intervals in all dirTuesday of this week. '" triD throueh ections from the points of release. By tended honeymoon the registration up to 200. means of these secondary traps, it t Sou them California and will be away about three weeks. On their return Rex Ostler and Jack Chrlstison, left was possible to determine the direct. for Salt Lake Monday, "to attend the ion and'v flight of different species of they will make their home in this me;-;-".. . State J?alr," ' T , The test showed that the flies, after gaining their freedom, would traCoach Durham, issued call for first vel distances to 1,000 feet in very FORMER RESIDENT BROUOHT basket ball practice, Monday of this few minutes. up The screw-worfly week. A large number of boys res- evidenced its power to cover a half HERE FOR BURIAL N. H. to S. will mile in 3 hours, while the black the call. The ponded have a strong team on the floor this blowfly traveled anywhere from half year. Olpin, Burton, Lunt, Worth-ingto- n a mile to 11 miles during the first and McPherson of last year's two days release. The house fly covFuneral services were held Sunteam are back in school and have tur ered over 6 miles in less than 24 day afternoon in the Tabernacle over ned out for practice. There are a num hours. Observations at the Rebecca the remains of Mrs. Christine Christber of other strong men in the upper Light Shoal off the coast of Florida iansen, a former resident of this city classes and the first year class will seemed to show that flies come down but of late years living with her son furnish a few good men. the wind from Cuba (95 miles dist- at Beaver City, Utah, from where the Coach Durham expects to enter his and at times from the Marqu- remains were brought here for burial team in the Central Utah League, ant), The deceased leaves two sons to es ts (24 miles distant) and evKeys playing with Utah County teams. ' en from Key West, Florida, 46 miles mourn her loss, her husband having away. The maximum distance trav- died here many years ago. Her sons Daken Broadhead and.Orme Green eled by the house fly in these exper- are H. A. Christiansen of Beaver City and. Ole Christiansen of Sallna, both halgh are attending the State Fair. iments was 13.14 miles. The tests proved that the injurious young men being well known here. The services were in charge of BisStudent body officers for this year forms of fly life were not disturbed will be nominated to day. The ele on any large scale by artificial means hop Thomas Bailey. Music being furg nished by the ward choir assisted by ction will be held Wednesday of next but rather that many of the week. species showed marked migrat- Mrs. Diane G. Booth, and Miss Merci Goldsbrough, who rendered selections ory stocks. on the piano and violin. Bruce McKnight visited school The opening prayer was offered by Thursday. J. C. Hall. The speakers were L. A. UNIVERSITY OE UTAH HAVE Bailey Sr, Jas. W. Paxman, J. E. Lunt and the closing remarks by Bishop REPUBLICANS ELECT DELEFAIR BIG DISPLAY AT Bailey Each speaker paid tribute to the good life of the deceased and GATES TO CONVENTION spoke words of consolation to the fam One of the largest university ex ily of the departed. Benediction was pronounced by P. hibits ever displayed in the state is The Republican of Nephf met Mon being shown this week by the Univ- P. Chrlstison, and the grave was deC. Winn. Both sons of day even tig In the Courthouse for ersity of Utah at the State Fair. dicated by T. were present at the funthe purpose of electing delegates to at Every large department of the school the departed tend a city convention this evening to is contributing some new idea to eral. nominate a full set of o (Beers who place before the eye of the public at the annual State Fair. will serve for two years. Because Utah has been declared IS NOW A FULL- T. C. Winn, was unanimously chos en to act as chairman of the meeting, the only state in the Union to have FLEDGED ATTORNEY and Oeo. A. Sperry as Secretary. Af- both Cliff Dwellers and Mound Bu.ld ter the usual preliminaries had been erg besides the well known red man, disposed of, the chairman announc- a large space is being devoted to theWill L. Hoyt, one of the wide ement that nominations for the sele se subjects by the archaeological deand progressive young men of In 15 of were the of order. ction University. partment delegates received word this week that this city The student body of the Unlvers.ty The following were elected as dele be had successfully passed the State Jas. W. Paxman, Dr. J. A, is this year giving a display at the gates. Bar Examination, and would now be N. Some of fair. other the P. Miller, Henry departments Booth, Anderson, to practice law' in the State H. D Golclghrough, Ray Stewart, Chas of the school that are contributing to eligible as soon as he has taken the Utah of E Stephenson, J. S. Cooper, Dennis the exhibit are home economics, apoath of office. necessary Wood. T. C. Winn, J. M. Christensen plied Science astronomy and ttie This paper takes this opportunity W. A. Warner, Geo. A Sperry Jr, N. J school of medicine. on his success Free movies are being given In the of congratulating him Rees, and Win II. Warner. will have a briland that he predict The primary was attended by about newly constructed Picture Palace liant success. Is at presMr. Hoyt, fifty Republicans and the greatest of which was erected at a cost of $2,0u0 ent teaching school at Oakley, Utah. continube The will shown pictures harmony prevailed throughout. ously throughout the week. Luncheon being served under the HKKVICK HTAK TLF.GION NATIONAL ('ANDY DAY direction of the classes in cooking at TO MKKT NKXT TUKSDAY TOMORROW the University Is a new feature of the exhibit this year. There will be a meeting of the President T. D. Rees, Orson Cazicr "Service Star Legion" held at the Saturday October 8th, has been de signated as "National Candy Day' Francis Sells, Thomas Smith, Amos Commercial Club rooms next Tuesand throughout the United States Irons, Mrs. Kzra Poulson, Mrs. Jarr.es day October 11th at 4 p. m. All every young man will be expected to Jackson, and Miss Ettle Sidwell wtre Mothers, Grandmothers, Daughters buy a box of fancy chocolates for his passengers to Salt Lake on yester- Wives and Sisters of the men who wish to become members sweetheart and help celebrate the day afternoon's train. We don't are of the "Service Star Legion", day In the proper style. J. H. White, of the Salt Lake Fruit cordially Invited to attend. think the older people will offer any At the ohjfotlon to being treated to a box Growers Association, says that Nei'hl close of the meeting refreshments so they say. will be served to all present. apples are the best In the State. '-- m far-flyin- I - . meeting. was held in the assembly hall at the local High school Friday NOTES OF THE L Attended ! . HIGH TEACH ERS Meeting Friday Evening At High School Building Well 3 . On October 16th, the Wasatch Hiking Club ol Salt Lake City will climb The to the summit of Mt. Nebo. club have designated the above date as Nebo Day. la writing of the event to forest ranger Cmtensen, Dr. L. D. Pfouts, of the Paysoa Alpine Club, pays a glowing tribute to the grandeur of Mt. Nebo and the fame that is sure to come if properly advertised. Here is the letter in full. Dear Mr. Christensen i "I have a letter from Dr. Hopkins this day and he says that the Wasatch Club have designated October 16 th as Nebo Day. This is fine, and we will all be repaid many times over if we can get things so they will be comfortable for the Salt Lakers. They are great boosters and once we get them to the top, the fame of Mt. Nebo and Nephi will spread far and wide. You know that many of the Eastern tourists know the Timpanognos Trail and remember that Provo Is on the map only because of that. Provo! oh yes, that is where they climb that -- ftfr ('"WW!" EV PARE NTS DISCUS 4 ni :t ill yrpti n Payson Physician Extols Grandeur 0! Nebo In Letter To Ranger Christensen Wasatch Club To Climb Mountain October 16th. THE NEWS, VOL. 0, NO 9. Some Day Chicago Will Have This Fine Station NEPHI WILL BECOME FAMOUS THROUGH TtiT. NEBO SAYS DR. 121 "Student's ON TEMPLE GROUNDS Saturday evening, October 1st, the daughters - and granddaughters of the Hand Cart Pioneers held a special meeting in the North ward Relief Hall in the interest of the erection of a monument to the brave people who left their homes and crossed the plains and buffered many . ' trials and hardships. Mrs. Lily C. Wolstenholme, Stake Pres. and Mrs. Jos. Jones Stake Sec'y were present and gave some interesting talks and told how it would be possible to have this monument erected, on the grounds just south of the Temple, which has been given for this purpose. Pres. Wolstenholme said that if each member of the or ganization would write a brief his tory of their family, telling as near as possible the number of dependants how many fulfilled missions, and how many served in the World War, that the Church would help erect a beautiful monument, which would cost near 140,000. To illustrate what she meant by this history she took as example her own family. Her grandfather Archer Harriett Walters and Walters with their five children crossed the plains on foot, reaching the Salt Lake Valley in Sept. 1856. Her mother, Sarah Walters Clayton, wife of Wm. Clayton had eleven children, forty-eiggrand children and thirty-nin- e great grand children. Of these decendants eight have filled honorable missions and nine served in the world war. It is urgently requested that these histories be written and sent in immediately to President McPherson of t'.io Nephi Camp so she can forward them to the Stake Officers. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. grand-moth- er ht B. T. U. PRES'T TO BE FORMALLY INAUGURATED According to an announcement of the Board of Trustees of the Brlgham Young University, Provo, Utah, Dr. Franklin Stewart Harris will be formally Inaugurated as president of that institution on October 17h. This will be the first formal lnau garation of a college president in the history of the State of Utah, and it is planned to have practically all of the colleges and universities in Western America represented. In addition, the church and state authorities will be present, as well as members of the Alumni Association and other organizations throughout the State. The order of events includes an, Inaugural parade at 9 a. m. Services at 10 a. m. banquet 1.30 p. m. footfall game 3.30 p. m. lnaugral ball at 8.30 p. m. Night Out" and the "Sociel Activities ofHigh School Students" were subjects ably discussed by C. W. Johnson and Geo. A. Sperry respectively. A number of questions relative to school work was asked by parents present, and those who attended felt that much good would result from these meetings.- At the close it was voted to have a similiar meeting at ' least once a month.:" ' Other, members on the program? was a Violin Solo by Verda Batchelor, Reading by alary Woolley, Piano Solo by Rheta Sperry," and Vocal Solo by K. J. Bird, accompanied by Viola - : Worthington. Principal Geo. at the meeting. A. Sperry, presided, ' - LETTER - BOXES NSTALLED -I- THIS WEEK Nephl took another step forward this week when the post office department installed letter boxes for the receiving of mail in various parts of the city. Postmaster Allen, informs us that he has not yet received word how many collections will be made each day, but he is of the opinion taut only one collection a day will be authorized. ' There are seven letter boxes distributed around the city as follows. Box near the residence of T. H. -- Burton. Jesse Pay, Alfred Madsen, John Car ter, Jas. W. Paxman, D. M. Park, and a box near the Central School. Collection of mail will be made by the carriers on their daily trips. NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TOMORROW NIGHT There will be a Democratic Primary held in the County Courthouse tomorrow evening, October 8th at 8 p. m. for the purpose of electing 9 delegates to attend a Democratic City Convention to be held In Nephl October 19th, 1921, at which convention a complete Democratic ticket will be nominated to be voted for at the Municipal election to be held. November 8th, 1921. Democratic City Committee RKI'l'BMCAX CONVENTION IS POSTPONKD On account of a larga number of the delegates being in Salt Lake City the Republican City Convention which should have been held this evenln. is postponed until next Wednesday evening, Oct 12th, at 7.30 p. m. The convention will be held in the County Courthouse, when a complete set of city officers will be nominated to be voted for at the election Nov. 8th. Mrs. Geo. G. Howarth, and child Joseph Greenbalgh, went to Salt ren returned to their, home In 8alt Lake yesterday after several weeks Lake yesterday to attend Conference visit with her parents here. Found, a bunch of keys. Call at this office and pay for this advertiseJas, Garrett Jr, J. 11. Lunt, Supt. ment and get them. Ray Stewart and Lorenzo Mangelson went down to .Mills Sunday to meet Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Adams were with the people there relative to pleasantly surprised Wednesday evehaving school this winter. It wag not ning by a number of their fri-nA decided at the meeting what course chicken supper and wafer melon feast would be pursued In the matter. was enjoyed after an evening of gamWhether the students will be brought ps and music. Those present were, lo Levan in an auto, or the Board Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Vlckers. Mr. and operate a school at Mills again this Mrs. Lloyd Itol.bs, Mr ami Mrs Harry winier will be definitely decided at Irons, Mr and Mrs. Robert Chappell. the next meeting of the Board Of Ed Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Latimer, and the ucation, guest of honor JSIr. and Mrs. Adams. ds.