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THIS T1MKS-NKW- HOYS AND GIKLS NEPHI, UTAH. S. CU'U WORK NOTES Three clubs have been orgunized In the county this month. Two girls clubs and one boys club. The loaders who went to the Agrcultural College are enthusiastic hi their work and are going to lead their club members through a successful years work. Taen girls are taking up sewing. The club is being led by Miss Jean Connelly and has thirteen members enrolled and at work. The Nepbi Canyon Camping Trips Are Commencing Le-va- Our Specials For Saturday An loir in Helen club is being led by Miss Cowan and lias a larger enrollment. -- Elva Jennings, left for Provo Sunday afternoon where she will attend the B Y U summer school Miss Jennings, will teach school in this t term city Miss tae-'nex- Libby's Pork and Beans - I 1 t 0c GERMAN AMBASSADOR REACHES OUR SHORES Mrs. Joseph Gibbons of Oakley, Uta'a, is visiting here with her daughn ter Mrs. John li, Yates and Mrs. Carter, La-ver- Sauce will attend Summer school this mer. acular returns cannot Rachael Keyte and Sarah Shepard are visiting in Provo. Mt. and .Mrs. Joseph Bardell of West Jordan visited relatives here for a few days last week. Stewart was in Mona Tues day evening for the purpose of organizing a Teachers Training Class in The second ball came of the Reas on played here took place Sunday af ternoon when the Mona Team played ith the Nephl team. An interesting struggle took place in which the home team conquered the Nephl play ers by a score of 17 to 7. Justeson and Jacobsen did the pitching for Mona, while Park and Sperry twirled for Nephi. A feature of the game wa8 a long home run by I. M. Petty of Nephl. Mrs. Gee Fellers but Biz is good R m k. Hrblgt't ?" Bald the misniss to tier new und ye. elderly assistnm. "'i'll run lie l " mum" unswereil I'.iiMy not; but iiv ihij ivvii mi if "hi hntiseu erk "- Trtiii-wrltI'tision to ihe i 't Brmo.ng Huaby Hera. motor tins it I. lire run by radio rajs from nun i he itied litwness ili'le rHux-Inmini ulio.hiis i!nnueii i" rid" nist le ns:m) .lie. I 'c rind IliniM'll i.eiii ln..ie pi ci;.i';:eu His Excellcncv l.)r. Otto Weid-feld- t, the new German Ambassador to the United States, ' said, "I ara glad to be able to live in your most when he interesting country,' landed in New York on his way to Washington. When m t; AERO PUSSY CAT ; t tile by Clll,i-,- l s i; i f :ms j. ',! lilii I i In ll J, ; is a WILL L. HOYT ATTORNEY AXD COUNSELOR THE WISE 19 IIOCSEKEHPER has made this her meat shopShe has ping headquarters. learned that upon every occasion she has been served with the best meats' the market affords and waited upon in an accommodating manner. It la upon such a basis that we solicit your business. CITY MEAT MARKET Geo. W. Garrett, proprietor North Alain -- clean Out fishin'; doesn't knock bis fellow men, harbar any grudges then; A feller'g at his finest, when Out fishin'; The richare comrades to the poor, Out fishin'; All brothers of common lure, Out fishin'; The urchin with the pin and string Can chum with millionaire and king Vain pride is a forgotten thing, Out fishin'; A fellsr gets a chance to dream Out fishin'; He learns the beauties of the stream And he can wanri his soul in air That isn't foul wlta selfish care And relish plain and simple fare Out fishin'; A feller has no time to hate, Out fishin'; He Isn't eagar to be great, Out fishin'; He iHn't thinking thoughts of pelf. Or goods stacked high upon the shelf. He Or . But he is always Just himself, Out fishin'; A feller's glad to be a friend. Out fishin'; A helpln hand he'll always lend. Out fishin'; The brotherhood of rod and line. And sky and stream is always fine, Man comes rcat close to God's design. Out fishin"; A feller Isn't plotting sfhemes, Out fishin'; He's only busy with his dreams, Out fishin'; ' His lirery Is a cost of tan. His creed: to do the bst hfi ran, A feller' mostly always man, Out fishin"; C. E. Anderson. rt 1: . Vi t c. DENTIST financially sound. This bank can offer you safe and Even thft- sane investments in our beaten patK t'KKTIFICATKS has oes tkat OF DEPOSIT They pay you an interest consistent with sound, conservative operation and are as safe as our bank itself men, fall into. They guarantee you 4 per cent and safety: Enos Brimhall of Provo and Miss Amy Kay of Mona were joined in Wedlock last Wednesday. Amy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Kay. Mr .and Mrs. Brimhall are making a honeymoon trip sightseeing in Zion National Park. They will make their home In Provo. Their friends here Join In wishing them a long happy journey through life. Nephi National Bank f & iyj j W iru u will be our grand opening day. A drink dispensed from our new last word in soda fountain con- struction will convince you that you have at your home town- the finest soda fountain in Southern - -- Clift Building Salt Lake City Practice inclusive of Scientific Platework, Gum Diseases 621-52- 7' 4 Pin Mon-- y tcr ttcrct Car Fares City jii'njile speinl mure fur s rehear fare llir.n nil the pin unmey any body ever lutd "i yenrs ago. St. I.oiili t Fishing Season Opens June 15th Don't tell those big fish stories. Bring that big fish to our store it may win the $10.00 'prize we offer every year. G. R. Judd V. H. Vickers Robt. Chappell Have been the lucky ones other years. All we ask is buy your license at our store. We carry the largest and most complete stock of fishing tackle in town. KENDALL BROS. Alice Lynn of Eureka visited Mona a few days last week in Mrs. Ann Ewlne. Mrs. Effin Ttnver X-r- OUT FISHIN Isn't thinkin' mean," Outfishfn"; His thoughts are mostly good and 1 TJtah Charles H. Dunn f!lilip-I"ni'Tn- A fellow 1 Street Nephi Last week the High School bovs came over from Nephi and after two innings of slugging, t".ie game was called on account of darkness. At that time the High school boys were leading 12 to 8. Had a full game been played it is doubtful whether anyone could have kept track of the score. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Yates of Lehi visited here with relatives for a few days last week. v Notary Public LICENSED ABSTRACTER And EXAMINER OP TITLES UT..- -J IP YOU ARE LCOKIfvc FOP. A SHOT" WHERE MFATS ARE Alvtt v. 7.. Lay. be Mr. Ray GROCERY CO l.ou.-r-w your money safely remember the concerns that offer you spect- Invest sum- ENTERPRISE you like credulous investors. Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Anderson have gone to Provo where Mr. Anderson Peter Hiskey, with her daugh ter Florence and son Pete have retur ned to Mona after an absence of a year and a naif. Better Than the Because the prospect of easy money invariably gathers its toll from the Reuben Carter made a business trip to Fountain Green last week this ward. "I . brother. Zolnia and Erne Young, Lela New ell and Rulon Newell have returned home from Provo, where they attend ed school during the winter. 5c - MS-" Bishop Raphael Garfield was called to Treinonton a few days ago on account of the serious illness of his Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kay of Santa quin, were Mona visitors last week. Mission Sardines in Tomatoe -- Many fortunes have been lost through the pitfalls of speculation Major V. T. Blake is here photographed with his pet, "Mike," the pretty tabby that will make an aero-- l Ui.c trip around the world with his master. . HOW'S THIS? HALL'S CATARBII MEDICINE will do what we claim for it cure Catarrh or Deafness caused by Catarrh. We do not claim to cure any other disease. HALL'S CATAUKTT MEDICINE is a liquid, taken internally, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the ovstem, thus reducing the inflammation and restoring normal conditions. All Prufrfn'sK Circular free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, TO WATKIt I'SKIIS Office. Suit Lake City, Utah, May 18, 1922 Notice Is hereby given that L. C Stubbins of Salt Lake City, Utah has made application In accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 1919, to (28) Sec appropriate Twenty-eigh- t Ft of water from Currant Creek, In Juab County. Said water will be dlv erted at a point which Is 750 ft North of the S',4 corner of Sec. 36 Township 10 South, Hange 1 Kast Salt Lake Hase end Meridian, con veyed In a canal a distance of 68.640 ft, and there usd from Apr 1, to Dec 1 of each year to Irrigate 4 4 80 acre of Is'nd embraced In the E',-- Sec 20, all Sec. 16, all Sec. 21, WVfc Sec 22, W'i Sec. 27, all Sec 28, E'4 Sec 29. EV4 flw. 32, all Sec. 33, WV4 Sec 84, T- - 10 S. It I V., 8. L. .Mer. This application is designated In th State Engineer's officfl as No. 8994. NOTICK State Engineer's All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reas ons therefor, must be made by affi davit In duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00 and filrt In this office within thirty (30( day after the coin pletlon of tie publication of this notice. K B, CALWWELL, State Engineer Ist of first publication May 26,liate of completion of publl1922, cetlon June 23, 1922. and Mrs Dora Roland of Springville, were Mona visitors last week Airs Lawrence Courtney of Salt Lake City spent a few days here with relatives last week. Mrs. Henry E. Kay of Salt Lake visited with her daughter Mrs. Roy Ellertson last week. Miss Lenore Cox of Lehi has been visiting here, the special guest of Chlola Kay Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellertson of Provo were Mona visitors laHt Satur day and Sunday Utah. Visit our Cozy Parlor. It pleases us to give you the best. Lunt Pharmacy Co. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ellertson of Provo are visiting relatives In Mona. Lloyd Kay of Nenhl and Miss Hind ys Houghton, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Edward Houghton of Starr were married at Provo Wednesday, June 7th. Their many friends here Join In wishing them a long and success ful oumey through life together. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keyte are vis iting relatives In Provo. Miss Smith, sister of Mrs. L. M Monson Is visiting In Mona. Helen the throe months old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Edward Plaff d'ed early Thursday morning after an illness of only two davs . "He rtulld TO lwly Who nnlld Well" W Our Jine of Furnishings, Floor Coverings, Paints and Varnishes WELL nilH) CSF Nephi Plaster is full and complete HAS NO EOUAI, The largest And Purest Natural IepoaU of Cipyuni In the World. NEPHI PliASTF.U AND MFO. COMPANY BAILEY FURNITURE SUPPLY CO.