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i THE xou imghl uav tin pruiuiaeU. oi'uuuu bu.ue ouueo. 1)0 you auppuhu your cur is UauiutjeUJ" lie hopeii it vus, for that would t Out of the Those camping days are here in order to make them successful you must have Rut by McClurs visit. Nwimper mil, If a person can scowl at himself, Hawley Miller was doing Just that, as his rattling, bounc ing, swaying gasoline chariot snorted along the rutty road. The scowl was occasioned by the fact that Hawley was the roud commissioner, into whose care and keeping hud been delivered this particular stretch of undesirable highway, ami by the uddit.iouul facts that he realized he must do something in the way of Improvement and that he wondered how he was going to find the meu to do It. His crew of highway workers was kept busy overtime patching various parts of the country's turnpike system and the funds alloted for the purpose would be totally inudequate to pay out additional wages. So Hawley scowled at himself. As he approached the Parker home. marking the beginning of Oak Dale, Hawley found his machine caught in a lr of deep ruts. He tried to steer the wheels out of the depressions, but the latter were too deep, so he sat back with a sigh and allowed the chariot to find its own way. This relaxation was responsible for the accldeut that occurred. There must have been a break in the ruts that held the wheels, for the ear suddenly flounced out of the road and headed with a rush for a mammoth oak tree on the Parker lawn. Before Hawley could retard the gas throttle the machine crashed into the tree, and the eoncusslon hurled the road commissioner to the ground. Somebody appeared at the front door of the residence, and Hawley's be of blue. fuddled vision caught "Are you hurt?" inquired a gentle voice oh, such a gentle voice He sat up, dazed, and found himself Into the eyes of a bewitching staring came home from Belliston Ralph of her exquisite The miss. Utah, Sunday to spend the face that's expression PERSONAL MENTION Myton. the way Hawley described holiday with his family in this city. her countenance contained something of solicitude and something of mirth. Mr. and Mrs. Ashworth and Mrs. Clarence Hobbs, and Frank Hobbs, Hodges of Salt Lake City were guests came up from Fullerton, Calif, Fri- on July 4th of Mr. ana Mrs. Henry day. They were employed there dur- Miller. ing the past winter. Mrs. Herbert Clyde and children Everybody invited to the mission- returned to her home in Spririgville, ary farewell dance at the Arlngton, Wednesday after a couple of weeks Saturday evening, July 8 th, in honor visit with her father Mr R. T. Beagley of Roy T. Ostler. Tickets 50c. Extra County Agent Smith and wife relady 15c. Given under the auspices turned home Wednesday evening of tie South. Ward missionary from Fish Lake where they enjoyed a few days outing at that well known The home of Mr.s Johanna Malm-gre- n resort. at Levan was the scene of a Mr. and Mrs. Elias Worwood enterpleasant party Sunday afternoon. The occasion being her 79th birthday tained at dinner Sunday in honor of A pleasant time was enjoyed and at Mrs E. Eichler and son Billy of Salt six o'clock a delicious luncheon was Lake City. The following guests were The out of present. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bigler, served to 35 guests. town guests were Mrs. J. R. Jack-ma- n Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Malloy, Mr. Jack of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Bigler, Miss Viola and Arnold WorO. L. Malmgren and family of wood, the guests of honr Mrs. Eichler and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and son, and the host and hostess Mr. and Mrs. Worwood. Hobbs of Nephl. SynUlcntu. Good Eats Thats where we come in our business is to see that you get good eats Call and see us before you start and we will do It takes long time to collect the dollars that represent your bank account Surely your account deserves the protection of a strong bank uacosiiuic prolonging uia impromptu " By R. RAY BAKER. , NEPUi, UTAH. TIMES-HEW- p-- the rest ENTERPRISE GROCERY CO Gee Fellers but Biz is good 1 Cen-terfie- .No, you couldn't hurt that old bus," he tola her. .. So she was i'arker's niece. "lou ntetiu't have your uncle speak to the louu commissioner," he said us he prepuied to go. "It happens tliut X know the veutleiuuu uiybuli, uuite inti mately, iu lact, 1 am the road And when you bank with us you have the assurance that your money is solutely safe at all times Her brown, eyes took on an expres sion ukin to horror. "on, I'm so sorry 1" ahe exclaimed. "Forgive me. 1 didu't mean to hurt your leellngs. I dluut know. "t ts all right," he assured her. "And you're right when jou say it's u roiteu roud and something ought to be done. I've been roud commissioner live yjurs, but I've never found a chance to re pair tills stretch. I'll see that it's done somehow, though." As he took his departure he could not help being grateful because of the ruts. Without them he might never have met this bewitching niece of the county treasurer. However, he certainly would have to tlx the roud, tor he Just knew lie, would have to travel over It a greut ueul, because he was going to have a lot of business Ueul ings with Mr. Parker. Within a week a gang of roud work ers begun operations on the highway In front of the I'arker home. It wus necessary for the road commissioner to be there a greut deal of the time, und so It happened that he and the treasurer's niece became very friendly. He learned thuf. her home was in Chicago, but on account of her health she hud been sent to live In the country. Before long the friendship developed Into something else, and one night the road commissioner made a proposal of ;re seated in a marrluge. They swing on the I'arker porch. She took one of his hands. "Hawley," she said softly, "I do love you, but you must do big things be fore I can marry you You must make a name for yourself; you must get out of the rut you're in here. Go to the city and make good. Then usk me again. But get out of the rut. Just as your car left It one day re cently." So Hawley resigned his road Job and went to the city. He was filled with ambition, strengthened by Mr, Parker's niece, and he made good In business. He knew farming, and he knew crops, and his operations hud to do with deals la wheat, is which fortunes are made and lost over night, He kept up a correspondence with Mr. Parker's niece, but not once did he see her. If she came to the city to visit her people she did not Inform him of her whereabouts. Two years after his departure Haw ley returned to the country. He had a new car now, a big, powerful one. and It skimmed along the roads over which he once hud supervision. It skimmed over one of these, highways to the Parker residence and came to a stop In the shade of a huge oak tree. Hawley got out and knocked on the door. The girl appeared. . . They sat In the swing that night "Well, did you make good?" she asked him. He was some Utile time In answer Our bank is a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE Jemembe- r- Vhe vJorld odey 'You., a Its Value Is Incalculable THE value of Telephone Service can be expressed in terms of cost to the user. Its measure runs outside and . beyond dollars and cents. The hurried call for the doctor, the nurse, for aid of any nature, may cost a few cents, but the value of the call may b incalculable. It is difficult to think of any of the neces- life that costs so little sities of present-da- y in proportion to its actual value as does Telephone Service. In every department of life business, domestic or social Telephone Service has become an indispensable factor. Telephone Service can be as effective and as adequate as the public demands only when the public and the Telephone Company are in harmony and united in cooperative effort. With adequate moral and financial support, the Telephone Company, through efficient and economical management, is enabled to render service satisfactory to the public. . Wc Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. Evidently she wanted to laugh, but was undecided about It. "Are you hurt?" she repeated, while her red Hps twitched. Hawley caressed his head with hand. The head had not come In con tact with the ground, but somehow he wanted to be hurt. "No. not much." he answered, rub bing his head again. "You are, too; I Just know you are, rhe vision In blue Insisted. "Come on Into the house and let me brew some tea for you." Hawley scrambled to his feet and followed her. He limped, not because n. foot was Injured, but he wanted to Justify acceptance of the Invitation. Where had this girt come from? he wondered. He had been In the rarker home many times, for Mr, Parker was treasurer, but never had he srllmpsed thin girt before. She placed him at a table, while she vent to prepare the tea. While It was going through the brewing process, the irlrl returned and seated herself op posite Hawley, having first placed two cups and snncers on the spotless cor erlng. There Is nothing like good, strong tea to strengthen a person sfter such s shock." the girl observed. "That's right," Hawley agreed. while he rubbed Ms head again. Presently the tea was ready ami she poured It Into the cups. Then they both slpiwd. It there was one con coctlon In the world that Hawley despised it was tea, but he managed to onsume a cupful. "Some moref ahe Inquired, and he nodded. He would have eaten mud ind asked for more under such cir enmstances. "That's a very toor road," the hot- pm observed, ss they sipped tea again. "Something ought to be done abont It It'B a disgrace to the county. 1 don'l see what the road commissioner can be thinking about. He must be cray ; don't you think sot Hawley swallowed some tea tl wrong way and nearly choked. "Tea, I guess he Is," he gulped. have uncle get after hlio," the Ill Uvirv but Vs up to to collect" -- you SYSTEM which institution Is the strongest in the world. way. 4 per cent interest on Savings Nephi National Bank Just arrived a large stock of the Miss Luclle Forrest returned home from Salt Lake Saturday after sev- Mason Fruit Jars, all sizes Cooper, eral weeks visit in Salt Lake City. Pyper Co, the Winchester Store Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Smith of Logan Mrs. Harry Russell of Salt Lake with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith Mrs. visited mother with is her visiting City week. this Golden. Henry Miss Erma Lunt, went to Provo Mrs. J. R. Jackman of Salt Lake y City was the guest of her sister Mrs. canyon Wednesday where she will a week's vacation L. G. Hobbs Sunday. ing. "Y'es and no," he replied finally, right, but I you only a few hundred dollars and that big car left." She did not speak. "Yes, I made a fortune," he repeated. "I got In with a clique of men who knew how and they helped me. But Inst month they played a trick that was not on the square. I found It out too late. It was a case of go through with It or lose all I had, and If I went through with It It meunt ruin to a man who was on the square. Mo i lost ail l naa. i ra going to get back my Job as road commissioner, If I can. of course, you will not want me now. She took one of his hands In both of hers. "Who was this man you saved?" Hhe asked. "His name was John Colburn." he said simply. "Hawley." she whispered, nestling close to him. "thst man Is my father. You always thought my name was I'arker. but It's folhurn. And I certainly think you hsve made good. 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