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THE The TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S, Times-New- s eubliHlied every Friday by The Times News Publishing Company A. B. OIBSON Manager Subscription Rates 2- - One Year Six Montas.... ..... $1-0- 0 Some folks have the hazy idea that big means wealth rolling in through the avenue of BIG PROP ITS. business The Question of establishing a game preserve on Mt. Nebo and other adjacent mountains, which is being agitated by some of the sports of Paysou, and which has been brought to the attentin of the clubs of this city should not be given atty'ser-iou- s attention. There is already of the public domain, reserved at the present time in National Parks and for other purposes with out any further additions being The stock interests of the made. country are entitled to some consideration, and their rights in many places are already curtailed to such an extent that the business is very much crippled for lack of graz Let the wild game as ing facilities. far as Mt. Nebo range is concerned, take their chances with the sheep and cattle. , It is not so. Big business is based upon the sound fundamental of safe and sane isn't long known investment. If it isnt---- it as big business. ' Take the safest of all interest rates, 4 ' percent, and put it to work on dollars and it will pile up wealth at an amazing speed. Big business'nieans that'more dollars -or more men at work but whether it be dollars or men they are governed by a safe and sane business fundamental' an honest profit or a reasonable interest return on the investment. ' .. GIVE THE MOTHERS A REST. Put $10 to work for you at 4 percent and in a very short time it has doubled itself. The more money you put to work the bigger the returns and it is soon BIG BUSINESS. . And all the while you will be operating under the safest of all interest rates, 4 Percent The First National iBank Utah Nephi, NOTICE TO WATER USERS Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 13, 1923 Notice Is hereby given that A. L. State Engineer's The movement to give the mothers of the nation a rest of one week is properly gaining impetus, and the thought has taken root none too soon. If the money wasted in dues and assessments for the thousand and one societies and organizations that seem to attract the "jlner" could be applied even in part to giving the American mother a tithe of recreation, untold good would come to the country. There are two thousand mothers of dependent fatherless children in the state of Illinois alone, mothers now on the state charity roll, and goodness knows how many thousands la the other states. The pittance they receive spells nothing Bave life and slavery. The responsibility of these mothers prohibits work other than the care of these little ones, whica is nerve racking, and under existing pressure all but intolerable. The children's mouths are ever open like beaks of baby birds for nourishing food that must be prepared; Willie's stockings must be darned in time for school. Mary's apron is torn, and there is tho washing, the ironing, the sweeping, the dishwashing and the rest of the deadly routine with never a moments rest. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals would prosecute the person who worked a horse as the mother is worked. We find numbers of good folk who are ready to acknowledge this fact but few ready to take hold to practically correct it. The mothers of the nation should have at least one day's rest In seven. If our women's clubs want to exercise a real function they will get behind this thought . Perhaps there is a chance for some practical work right in our home town. Tripp fit Callao, Utah, haa made application in accordance with i requirements of the Compiled of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 1919, to apIP Yf App i rrw trJ. cno a c ttov-.propriate Eight (8) Sec. Ft of the IWMFffF- r MF4T; abc Anv.iv, high water from Basin Creek in Juab TRADE WHfHfc THP w.5f h ZiOfViV i'SSToP County. Said water is to be diverted at a point whioh is 165 rods west and 160rods south of the S W cor,THE WISE HOUSEKEEPER ner of Sec. 2, Township 11 South, Range 17 West, Salt Lake Base and has made this her meat shopMeridian, conveyed in a canal a distShe has ping headquarters. ance of 21,000 ft and there used from learned that upon every occaeach to 15th of July 15th, April sion she has been served with WHERE ARE ALL THE PROFITS? year to Irrigate 4 40 acres of land best meats the market afthe embraced in the SEV4 Sec. 23. EV4 fords and waited upon in an acJudge Gary, presiding genius of NEV4. NEVi SEV4 WHSEVi and the United States Steel Corporation commodating manner. It is up10 H14SW 4 Sec 26. Township on such a basis that we solicit has inofrms us the steel business South, Range 17 West. This appllcat business. Have doubled in your the the year. past ion la designate in the State Enginprofits of the farmer doubled? eer's office aa No. 8987. The railroads have greatly improAll protests against the granting CITY MEAT MARKET ved their Income in the past year. of said application, stating the reasHas the cost of living for those who Geo. W. Garrett, proprietor ons therefor, must be made by affwork on the railroads show any proidavit In duplicate, accompanied with portionate decline for the workers? a fee of $1.00 and filed In this office Business is fifty wtihln thirty (SO) days after the State ..Engineer per cent and soup Isapproximately the cost of living completion of the publication of this Date of first publication April 21, even Where compared with 1914. notice. 1922, Date of completion of public- are the profits going? R E CALDWELL ation May 19th. 1922. The meat packers are now considering a still closer combination by which they can effect greater economies and increase their profits. What about the man who raises and sells the steer? When ha talks combination an alarm Is sounded that echoes among the money changers from coast to coast. When are we to find that financial moses who will give the people some sort of comblnat ion that works for the public? We buve developed the exploration of th cow until t ie ni"ut of the animal ti. only a email portion of the profit Ms rLAJ from his predestinated slaughter. We turn the beast Into every tblng from hair combs to floor var nish and pay a hundred profits In ever hair of his hide. We bave mad more valuable than ;i t it. .f, ami yet 1, Home siran-g- u I. ' us tie people are hung- ring, and . avii.g extortionate prii i i fyr t: Hi (,f nn-ath.'y can afford t j buy.an Our meat Is sold abroad at fie t'res American despairs of seeing In t'ii coup'rv. When the public -c s rgiieil, however, It Is soo.i nuloteJ by o ir old friend Statistics, vim proven to us beyond a doutt that the margin of profit on a fmv is si small that It cannot be cut within out d.r.sppearlns altogether. It will bo a good thing when t;ie public schools give to the riains generation a course In corporation arithmetic and bus ne?s analysis. As we stand the Thine., Vuzz1 Is ntmiie pro,,, o.lMot, compared to the mental fog -is"-- u .iio.ii juggllr.f . 1 u-- 1-- v lit WW - We have the finest line'of Baby Carriages ever shown Nephi. BAILEY FURNITURE SUPPLY CO. th-iro- l I B. Ball, State Supervisor of visited the Nephi,- - schools Wednesday. Space Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Broadhead, returned home Wednesday after visiting in Salt Lake City for a few days Special sale of white goods. Voils, Zepher Ginghams, and dress goods THAT GAME PRESERVE. AND YOU Watch This FOR SALE First crop hay $6 per J. E. Taylor, Levan. Editor ton DENNIS WOOP, BIG BUSINESS HAPPENINGS LOCAL L. Next Week for the Frank's. Mrs. J. R. Downs, returned home Monday from Rupert, Idaho, where she has been weeks. visiting the past announcement of our two Miss Helen Cowan, and Sheldon Winn, returned home Monday from Logan where they attended the boys and girls club convention, being representatives from the Nephi High School . Attention Members of Nephi Poultry Association. I want to buy eggs. I will call and get them and pay you Monroe the cash. Phone 55 or 38. Cream Pexton, agent ofr Nelson-Rick- s ery Co. P. B. Richards, of the U. S. Bioog-icSurvey, was In Nephi Monday al conferring with county agent Smith relative to putting on a campaign for the extermination of rodents. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Nephi Drug Co feels &5s$3 jbsfa OTHERS FOLLOW WE LEAD WILL. THE ONLY CZARS LEFT ARE ON THE BUSY CBCZSUIG'S AUTO OWNERS TELL, YCU. XOTICE TO WATER USERS IN THE CITIES. if CL Office, Salt Lak City, Utah, April 20th, 1922 Notice is hereby given that the Mona Irrigation Company, whose principal place of business is Mona, Utah, has made application in accor dance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as R. E. Caldwell, State Engineer by the Session Laws of Uta"h, 1919, to appropriate Five (5) Sec. Date of First publication Apr 28, '22 Ft. of water from an unnamed spring Date of completion of publication May area located in Clover Creek Canyon 26th 1922. in Juab County. The water will be collected by means of open trenches and tunnels and conveyed to a point 787 ft south and 240 ft. east of the N. E. corner of Sec. 4, Township 12 "Ho Builds Wisely Who Build Well" South, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian, where the water will be discharged into and allowed to TO BUILD WELL flow down Clver Creek to a point 16 ft. W and 10 ft N. of the N Vt corner of Sec 4, township and range aforesaid. At' this point the water will be recovered and conveyed to the land to be irrigated where it wilt be used HAS XO EQUAL from April 1 to Nov. 1 of eacTr year as a supplemental supply to irrigate 2000 acres of and embraced in S The Largest And Purest SWH, NWViSW, WHNW, Sec. Natural Deposit of Gpysum Sec 19, SW 4 Sec 20, 33, in tho World. SM and SNW4 Sec 29, Sec 30, Ehi El-- 2 Sec 31, ail Sec. 32, T 11 So, R 1 E; WWVi Sec 4. N XEPHI PLASTER AND MFG. and WHSE'4 Sec 5, COMPAXY 6, and Sec 7, T 12 S, R. 1 E, S L. Mer. This application Is des State Engineer's r r v v ti- : K rV, Cu AX ORDINANCE FORBIDDING IM- PROPER, INDECENT OR SUGGESTIVE DAXCIXG AND FORBIDDING THE CONDUCTING OF AXV DANCE WHEREIN SUCH AND DAXCIXG IS PERMITTED PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR VOLATIONS THEREOF Be It Ordained by the City Council of Nephi City: Section 1. It sllall be unlawful for any person, at any dance given or conducted within Nephi City, to dance in any improper and indecent or im morally suggestive manner, or to con duct himself or herself in any improper and indecent or Immorally suggestive manner while dancing at any dance given or conducted within Nephi City Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to give or conduct any dance or other entertain ment where dancing is or constitutes a part of the program of such other entertainment, at which dance or other entertainment Improper and Indecent or Immorally suggestive dan clng Is allowed or permitted. Section 3. Any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed guilty of a mlsdeam- eanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished by, a fine of not more than One Hundred Dollars or by Imprisonment In the City Jail for not more than One Hundrad days or by both such fine and !mp Isonment. flection 4. An" ordinance or part thTof In confil- -; with provisions of this ordinance is t.ereby repealed to tlis extent of rah conflict, miction ". This ordinance shall lake efct upon Its publication. I'asiwd by the City Council of Ne-tl- il this 21st day of April 1922. T C WINN Mayor of Ncpbl City At rst: W. 11. WARNER, City Recorder. Stcte of I'tai. na. County of Jiali enr of Nepiii I. W. H, Warrior, city recorder In and for said Nephi City, State of Utah hereby certify that the foregoing; Is a full, true and correct ropy of an ord nance ciitltokl an Ordinance Forbid ling Improper. .Indecent or sug-KIve Pa iring and forbidding the conducting of any dance wherein surh danrlng is permitted and providing a penalty for any violuation thereof, pasted by the Ity council tr Nephi City and approved by the mayor T. C. Winn, tin the same appears on f.'le and of record In my office. Witness my hand and t"t corporate seal of Nephi City this 21st day of Arrtl A. I. 122. W. II. Warner, (.Seal) City Recorder ignated in the State Engineer's office as No. 8986. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must be made by affidavit In duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00 and filed in this office within thirty (30 days after the completion of the publication of this notice. Nephi Plaster ESE 1-- EE, E'ESec. ENE4 use as much YCU don't jmct 23 you do of most o.'a jv Bailing Powders. It has mere than ordinary leavening strength. You save about half. Ycu don't pay a big price for Calumet. It's sold at a moderate price that represents another saving. You don't feel uncertain aa to results. Bakings never fail liccause Calumet never fall below the proven standard ol "Beat by Test." !,'..,: II: ."."i'Ml:"!'"'. J,;.('rl!!l:i!!ltil!ill.;i:iJ' li II' a i: V INI 1 I SV I I ii i! I; i e It possesses the highest Quality ever put into a Baking CUV Powder. Contains only such ingredients a3 have been offi- cially endorsed by United State Food Authority. For weeks, for months, it of keeps as fresh and full left the strength as the day it Calumet Factories, the World's Largest, most Sanitary and Modern Baking Powder plant. Pmind can of Cnlumrt contains full i6oz. fome baking powlcrK me in 12os.int"d oflftnis.c .til llcpure v. b n you wart it. you y.rl a Cold Rcjm Yolks rl 8 etm cups of gra ulated UKr, ft, cup of water, rtip of butter, 2V cups pastry 1 M flour, 3 level ta-spon- Calumet liakinn Powder, 1 tablespoon ol vanilla. Thea mix in the regu lar way.