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THE TIMES-NEW- I i Mon, Oct. 28, 1907 we commenced the selling of Those good things to eat LUUnL Give us a call and be convined nusE em, The dreamy eyes that used to haunt me, have ceased to n heart; no optic artist now can daunt me, thrill my the part. I've lost the keen appreciaacts she how matter no tion that lurks within the youthful breast; I still have spells of palpitation, but that's because I don't digest. I hate to own that I'm a cynic, that I PAST THE have old and crusty grown, but I can pass the HEY-DAclinic, the same as if I'd turned to stone. There's nothing to the pensive languish that Maude turns on at sweet sixteen, and still, it used to time-wor- ... w cause me anguish, when I was callow, fresh, and green. . . . I've reached the age of sere and yellow; I've grown to be a sort of crank. You know the years will gird a fellow like iron hoops around a tank. I envy not the mushy youngster hat flounders in romantic ;e. I'd rather be a whiskered songster , and smear my dope on printed page. jT'Ho mmSf A Wonderful ft Range Equipped with HOT BLAST A sj SAVING FUEL SYSTEM of Com tuition. TKrt foil a poitn ful taking of on third to onv half on your ful bill. It Wotli for tha (J ?itk It KoiHrWifa comttut nJ iff f wKoUin qu.o. GW tno Wif tK bt tKirt moiwy ctn Ut Cotno in nd Ut u tail 'ou of th many fud Wing foaturos of Cole's DcnCn Draft Range In or imrtU 'V UTM.hintf that cofwfrurtion t t" " k i JU Wnt In '" 'ou your homo. nd ' li ,,h nitrj " !n llu dn.''"'i h' Cooper -- Cyper Co. NpnVii - Opportunity is a big word with big IS GREATER THAU EVER IN HISTORY Shed Lunt, went to Salt Lake Monday, having been called there as a witness In a land suit. Lunt and Belliston, shipped six cars of cattle to the Los Angeles market Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Malln Mendenhall, of Payson, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Airs. John S. Cooper. REPORTS MMUNCLE JOHN bu. imilLIIIHUU DEMAND - - Utah ON ENTERTAINMENT The Service Star Legion, who stag ed a "Trip Around the World" some weeks ago, report to this office that he sum of $80 was cleared after paying all expenses, and this amount has been placed in the fund for the soldiers' memorial. Owing to a num ber who sold tickets being tardy in reporting, it consumed considerable time since the entertainment in get ting the exact amount received, prop erly checked. RED CROSS WINNING But opportunity must be met at least half way. Modern Plants Have Increas ed Capacity of 62,240 Bottles A Day But Makers are Still Behind Orders-Medici- ne Publicly Endorsed by Best People Everywhere. n, Gee Fellers but Biz is good j uaddchimp.c in ANLAu wide-sprea- time the best and cheapest line of good things to eat to be had in the city La I Clyde Olpin, was down from Salt Lake Sunday to visit his parents In During the first seven months of this year 3,584,000 bottles of Taulac this city have been sold and new world record Mrs. Geo. Howarth and children, for a proprietary medicine is of Salt Lake visited with Mr. and d and ever in Tanlac's Mrs. Jos. E. Irons for a few days this week. creasing popularity is the strongest 'possible proof of its unquestioned No product, no matter how merit. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Foote, to Salt Lake and Garland, Sat- extensively advertised, could continue to establish world records for sales urday, where they visited with and friends. year after year if it did not produce actual and positive results. Tanlac is composed of the most Mrs. M. W. Jones and family of Murray, were guests Saturday and beneficial roots, herbs and barks Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pexton, known to medical science. The for mula is ethical and conforms to all parents of Mrs. Jones. food and drug lows and althouga The Seagull girls of the North Tanlac's superiority is abundantly ward and their teachers wre enter supported by leading authorities it is tained at the home of Maudie Know- - the people themselves who have made Ies Friday evening. Refreshments Tanlac what it is. Millions upon mil were served to the following: Mrs. lions have used it and have told oth A. Gowers, Mrs. H. Knowles, Mrs. er millions what it has done, while Emma McPherson, Mrs. Erma Gar thousands of the best people in every rett, Dorothy Wilson, Arillda Coul-so- community have given public stateLeona Bell, Ida Chase, Ina Chase ments of the great benefits they have Katie Sidwell, Gladys Brough, and received by taking it. the hostess Maudie Knowles. Tanlac is sold by all good druggists We have maintained in that eye-bro- T I II I Mrs. Arthur Scott, was a North bound passenger on Wednesday after noon's train. Today marks the close of 15 years of successful selling. Y npAi NEPHI, UTAH. S, Mrs. Geo. Bean entertained at a bhower Tuesday evening in honor of her daughter Maude, whose marriage Is soon to take place. The evening waa snent in eames and music. Many useful presents were received by the bride to be. Luncheon was servea to those present: Mrs. Sarah Bean, LMr. and Mrs. E. F. Bean, Mr. Geo. Eean, Mrs. Orson Worthington, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bowers Jr, Mr. and m w m Carter. Mrs. Elnora Foote Wil-for- d Miss Alta and Edna Bean, Mr. Anderson and Clinton Brown of Manti. Mrs. T. A. Danner of Twin Idaho, is visiting with her Mrs. Al Pace this week. Get ready now by startlnga SAVINGS ACCOUNT that you will have the necessary so funds when your comes. so called Vi'II opoortunity Every form of business requires more or less capital. "Loir op. the big So start now to lay aside for your future when a small capital will put you over big. pcWer Our 4 per cent Interest helps your small account to put on a rapid growth. Nephi National Bank MAKING HOUSEWORK EASY Clean steel knives and forks, remove stains and grease with SAPOLIO Polishes Cleans Scours Large cake No waste ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO., New Tk, U. 5. A, W. H. Lee, traveling passenger Attorney W. A. C. Bryan, went to Falls, yesterday to attend to some sister, agent for the Union Pacific was a Ne- jfealt Lake legal business. phi visitor Tuesday. I - IN FIGHT FOR HEALTH Better, Stronger Citizenry Now Emerging Out of Work in United States. The American Red Cross as an evangelist of better health has looked Hi problem square In the face. How It accepted the task revealed to it in the nations physical condition brought out during the World War, and conscientiously applied Its actlvl ties to correction forms a vivid chapter in the forthcoming annual report Historically and practically, nursing is a basic work for the Red Cross. In Us public health nursing service, In in struction In home hygiene and care of the sick, nutrition classes, first aid and life saving courses and health cen ters, the American Red Cross Is applying effectually the lessons learned during the war and making for a healthier, stronger and better nour ished citizenry. The task of the Red Cross Public Health nurse in the 1,240 nursing serv ices now operating throughout the country Instructing their communities In health essentials and disease pre vention Is demonstrating the possibili ties of human betterment and the great benefits of enlightenment. During the last year 31S new public health nursing services were establish ed by Red Cross Chapters, and several hundred services so convincingly prov ed their effectiveness that they were taken over by public authorities. In order to promote this work $30,000 was allotted to provide women to prepare themselves for public nursing. The home visits made by the 1.240 nurses aggregated nearly 1.600.000, visits to schools numbered 140,000, and In six months 1,250,000 school children were inspected by these nurses and where defects were found advised examination by physlclsns. In rural communities this service has made a very marked advance and has won thou sands of converts to approved methods of disease prevention. Id home hygiene and care of the sick Instruction, which fits the student In methods of proper care where Illness la not so serious as to require profes sional service, the Red Cross conduct ed 3.884 classes during the lsst year, enrolled 2,3.rJ Instructors. 03,449 stu dents and Issued 42,856 certificates. On June 30. 1822, nutrition service embraced 1,190 classes, with a total of 27.523 children and 2,589 enrolled dlett food selection Beventy-elgh- t ttans. classes graduated 733 who received In general Red Cross certificates. health activities Red Cross Chapters mslntslned 877 health centers, serving as many communities, provided 38,751 health lecturea for large audiences erywhere, while cllnlce numbered over 10.000 The Issue Is Clear Do you--o- do you not favor protection r for IN THE U. Utah's Industries? S. Governor Cox SENATE Democratic presidential candidate says; REED SMOOT has consistently championed protection for Utah's industrial welfare. WILLIAM H. KINC has fought against it "Elect a Democratic Congress and UNDO th tariff. at every turn of the road. IN Claude Kitchen THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES late Democratic house leader, sayi; "If you believe in protection, go to the ReLEATH-ERWOOpublican Party that haa taught andthe DemDON B. COLT ON and E. O. protection for 50 years not to have worked and voted for the ocratic Party that has always opposed it." tariff day in and day out D Senator William H. King the tariff biH say: Democrat, who fought and voted against "It it damnable, ticioua and indefensible. NOW- - A VOTE FOR ERNEST BAMBERGER AND THE ENTIRE REPUBLICAN TICKET IS A VOTE FOR PROTETION. II work with him Give Senatot Smoot a colleague who will - not against him!