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THB The Times-New- TIMES-NEW- LOCAL NEWS s 'ublishod very Friday by Tb Ttsaas News Publishing Company DENNIS Editor WOOD k. B. GIBSON Manager Bubhcrlption Rates - j One Year Six ' . ... - Months NEPH1, UTAH. S, U-0- Ice For Sale Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas of Salt Lake City, weer guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Ord. FOR SALE 0 Commencing Sunday June 18th, and the remainder of the week, has been set aside by the authorities of the L. D. S. Church, as '"Respect for week." law, and law enforcement Special meetings will be held In every ward of the church on this day, and the subject of proper respect for the laws of the land will be carried home to every member. The action of the church authorities Is both timely and aprpopriate. Lack of respect for law has become the past year, what is deemed by many of the leading men of the coun try, as almost a National menace. If this nation is going to endure, and maintain her place as the greatest Republic the world has ever known, the Constitution must be the supreme law of the land, and its citizens must support it and the fundamentals for How the Bank Serves the Merchant The Bank is the" merchant's assist- d right-han- ant because it facilitates his commercial transact-ion- s and J stamps him as"a reliable' man to deal with. which Wholesale business houses dealing with the local In him if he is known merchant have full confidence s to the bank. v The Bank is the Merchant's friend. If you haven't an account with us we shall be pleased to tell you more about our Service. The First National Bank Utah M EATS Have you ever thought of the importance of buyingyour meat and groceries where you feel that you" were being cared for every way? Trading withusjsran investment; our customers are our first consideration, and as food purveyors, we are constantly striving to"give'ycu the beit feeds at the very lowest prices. You Serve" You Most" 3 WILL STUDY EUROPE'S TRADE CONDITIONS 1 nest, m Home Market &3 fV Jrc CaWnffou! Especially lew round trip fares re now in effect from stations in Utah to California resort Tickets on sale until cities. September 30, with final return limit October 31. Se nearct t&xle Jctos tJbsfa; DOLL. WEEVIL, HAS HIS LITTLE FAULTS BUT HE DOE3NT WEAR A. SHEET AND OPERATE AT NIGHT. infor- . Beautify and make life worth living. Use our harmless lotions, creams and powders aad keep' those rosy cheeks you have; its easier to do thi? than to restore your beauty' when it fades. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hague motored to Salt Lake City Saturday for a . ew days vacation. One nice malleable Stewart range, One One Cole's Hot Blast Heater. marble top dresser for sale at Charles Haynes. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hiatt, returned to their home in Blackfoot, Idaho, after visiting the pagt. week with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith. . r rs'inithis 'rivet Use our dainty The work of building the electric line from Fountain. Green to Levan is making good progress, the poles now being set to the mouth of the canyon. weather. Mrs. Mayme Park and daughter Hilna, , returned to their home in Murray Saturday evening, after visiting with relatives in this city the past week. Stings, Sunburnand Freckles too. NOTICE We have the things-fo- . 1 Uff. 4 IS ,ry,-- t pug nT,Tn; yffv"cir Bites and r WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Nephi. Drug Co. WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR U. S. LAND OFFICE AT SALT LAKE tention to make three-yea- r' Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of the District Court, at Nephi, Utah on the 30th day of June, 1922 Claimant names as witnesses: James H Newton, John S Neilaon, Edward R Kay David Neilson all of City, Utah, May 16, 1922 Notice la hereby given that Ernest Kay, of Mona, Utah, who, on June Mona. Utah 12, 1920, made Homestead Entry No. GOULD B BLAKELT, Section 21, Town024064, for NE ship 11 South, Range 1 East, Salt First pub. May 19, 1922 Lake Meridian, has filed notice of in Last pub June 16, 1922. I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Register ' (PUBLISHER) Department of the Interior U. S. LAND OFFICE AT Salt Lake City, Utah, May 13th, 192? NOTICE is hereby given that Wil- liam B. Jago, of Mills, Utah, who, on August 17, 1917, made Homestead entry No. 016416, for SV4SEV. Sec. Sec. 7; SHSW. Sec. 8; Section 18, Towuahlp 17; NV4NE 16 South, Range 2 West, Salt Lake Meridian, has fileo notice of intention to make five-yeProof, to establish claim to the land above described,- before the Clerk of the District Court, at Nephl, Utah, on the 30 day of June, 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: John WilliamB, George Orgtll, John Kelly, Rollins Hansen all of Mills, Utah. Gould B. Blakely, Register First pub May 26, 1822. Last pub June 23rd, 1922 Pi Regular ii NOTICE TO WATCH USERS State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, May 18, 1922 Notice is hereby given that Ines Tripp, of Callao, Utah has made ap plication In accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Ses sion Laws of Utah, 1919, to appropriate Fifteen (15) Sec. Ft. of water from Indian Farm, Toms and Basin Creek, in Juab County. Said water Is to be diverted at a point which Is 16 SO ft west from the E',4 corner of Sec 11, Township 11 South, Range 17 West, Salt Lake Base and Merl dian. conveyed In a canal a distance of 7S00 ft. and there used from Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, Inrfuaive of eaca year, to irrigate 1040 acres of land em-trac- ed agent hot FOR PUBLICATION lhWViE, KHNK'4, In 0 ,1 ::r CoL Michael Rrltdum, head of 8. Altaian ft Co, Ntw York, was elected by President Harding to investigate the trade condition of Europe. Colonel Friedsam, when head of the Fair Price Commission, was once asked how the people might know when they were get t;n$r fair prices, and instantly re (.lied, "Rrad advertising." THE Visit California this Summer I mation. ar aiiiluiisiiiiMuJt I Call the for further NNW, J. W. Adams, Prop. f. Good Piano office s Mr. and iMrs. Lacy P. Vickers, are down from Salt Lake this week visof town size medium Nearly every here. While here Mr relatives iting and upwards in Utah has a park, and a baseball team. There are still some Vickers will be employed by the telephone company in the rebuilding of towns that do not have either. Those that do not have a park have their line in the canyon. a good project for the local woman's Mr. French, attorney for the forest club or civic improvement society. It would also make a good plank for the service of tHis district, with headquMonplatform of one local political parties arters at Ogden, was in Nephi day and. Tuesday, conferring with in the fall election. That "a thing of beauty is a joy ranger Christensen. forever" is proved by the community Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Lund, went to ownership of a beautiful park?- - It City Tuesday to attend the Spring becomes a meeting place for the people of the ocniraunity on public funeral of Marinus Lund, brother of occasions in the summer time. It is Mr. Lund, who died there Saturday, "somewhere to go" for the young at the age of 72. people of the town on Sunday after-churc- h. Mrs. James Jarrett, visited SaturIt is a playground for the children, and may become a center day and Sunday with her daughter of attraction for the entire population Mrs. Verne Ricimond, in Payson. She returned home Monday, being ac The town of Payson has an ccompanied by Mrs. Richmond, who park, and have caught sme bears. will visit with her parents here for and other wild animals and placed tUetu in pages, in the lot. This is just a short time. the beginning of a nianagerie and Miss Edna Haynes, Mrs. Charles constitutes a source of interest to the children of the community. Every Haynes, Robert Park, and Mrs. D. M. Park, motored to Salt Lake City town should have a park, we think Friday morning. After taking part From Utah Farmer. in the singing witi the glee club at Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McCafferty of the M. I. A. conference, Miss Haynes Ephraim, Bpent Saturday and Sunday left Monday for Ogden, where she with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith, par- took the train for Modesto, California ents of Mrs. McCafferty. They were After a visit with her aunt and grand to accompanied from Ephraim by Miss mother for a few days, she will go a Florence Smith, who has been visit- Los Angeles, where she will enjoy the vacation during the summer, ing with them the past week. guest of her brothers and listers. The merchant sells ,for casli, and deposits his vaults. daily receipts in the bank's buglar-proo- f Tfra merchant buys on credit established by his bank account or borrows from the bank when he needs financial assistance. "Let Those Who Serve it stands. DOES YOUR TOWN HAVE A PARK ,,. Nephl. WEEK, Take Pride In Your Beauty Our Beautifiers Will Help Beautify You At last you can now buy Independent Gasoline in Nephl. The gas with the pep. Central- - Motor Co. Times-New- LAW ENFORCEMENT Apply to E. Tanner. 35. EHWH, 8ec E4SW'4, WHSE',4 EWH Sec. 26, E',4, 8ec. 23, T. 10 S, R. 17 W., 8. L. Mer. This application in designated In the State Engineer s oftlco as No. 8763. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reas ons therefor, must be made by am davit In duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00 and filed In this office within thirty (30) day after the com pletion of tile publication of this notice. R E. CALDWELL, Btate Engineer Hate of first publlcstlon May Date of completion of publl 1922, cation June 23, 1922. 2. !' ii lii THE Ford runabout is just what itsname implies it's a regular There is no other car that will take you "get-about.- " there and back again, quicker, safer and more economically. It's the car for the man of action the farmer, the merchant, the docjor, the contractor, the collector the car that is useful every day of the year. Low in the cost of maintenance, with all of the sturdy stiength, dependability and reliability for which Ford cars are noted. On account of the unusual demand we urre that your orders b placed S3 early as possible. JUDD'S GARAGE G. R. JUDD, Prop. NEPHI. UTAH.