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LrANl) OFFICE AT SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Octobc 20, 1922 NOTICE is hereby given that Martha Eager, formerly Martha easier, of Nephi, Utah, who, on December 13, 1917, niad Homestead entry No. 022173, for HV4SWU, Sec, 26; NHNWV4 8W4NW4, Sec. 36; E'4 NHli Sex lion 3 4, SEVSEV4, Sec. 27; Township 12 South Range 1 Went, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make five-yeProof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of the District Court, at Nephi, Utah, on the ?fith day of December 1822. Claimant names an witnesses: '. Alvln Burton, John Henry Lunt, ( son easier, Oerald Cozier, all of - phi, Utah. 5 GOULD B. ULAK ELY, Register ' irst publication October 27, 1922. Last publication November 24. 1922 ar Toby Quartette Laugh at Toby MFO. COMPANY Drama 0 Adults 55c Show 8: 5 1 residents at least had dubbed her "frivolous." "Does nothing all day," they said, "except dress up to look pretty and loll around." Daisy loved pretty clothes. There was also a dainty lavender frock-pai- nted muslin. It was called with violet flowers, scattered quaintly over Its lavender surface. Mother had made this frock Just before the serious time of her Inst HIness but Daisy could not yet think calmly of those sorrowful days days of loving upon her part for which Aunt Margaret was now trying to atone or to efface. "Darling," she said the day of the anticipated picnic to Morton's falls, "I wish for my sake you'd wear the lavender muslin ; it Is so becoming and I want you to make a good Impression upon my friends. There's Tilly Saunders, for Instance, a friend of my own girlhood her doctor son Is one of the finest if not indeed the finest of Bayard's young men." Daisy laughed. But good naturedly Daisy wore the lavender painted frock. Aunt urged the dark, warm cape upon her at departure. "It may rain," she said, "and anyway It Is cool down at Morton's falls. You will need a wrap." And as It often happens In this misjudging world, Mrs. Saunders, glancing from an upper window at the very moment of Daisy's happy departure for the Falls, viewed the lavender frock, and the cape contemptuously. Her son near by was preparing his medicine case for the calls of the afternoon. "I declare," remarked Tlllie Saunders, "that girl from the city Is dressed to go to a picnic, as though she were going on the stage." "By the way," he remarked, "your friend Margaret Wells has Invited me to meet her niece at a social. But If the niece answers your description, mother, please write for me the usual polite refusal I am beastly busy and you can make no mistake In saying e event. anyone on election day, or being seen on the street more than once on this a day, or for instance prohibiting voter, from accompanying his wife to the polls or any of his relations, would surely help in making the day more sacred. Now that the harrowing ordeal has been disposed of, and the people have expressed their choice for the several offices it will be a fine thing If the country can at least settle down to something like business "normalcy" without gome expert "Special Writer" s:o called, beginning to inflict on the people of the country his extended remarks in our daily papers as to the chances of so and so, anr so and so, for the presidential election which does not happen for two full years. Let the country now have a rest from this kind of clap-tra- by McClur g) Subscription Rates One Year Six Months hick service and Prices Right MILDRED WHITE A discriminating trade could not ask for more than this. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Nephi Drug Co. silk-line- d Our Fall Stock of WALL PAPER 80." Thereupon the young doctor went And Daisy, swinging her snttn-linecape, went blithely upon on his way. Now On Sale d her way. Peggy-Jan- e would not be pleased with this nor pleased with that. And Pesxy-.Ttin- e Insisted upon going out on the lake In shell-likboats with venturesome youths, or swimming dangerously far from shore. "She Is so reckless," Peggy-Jane'- s mother confided to Daisy. The afternoon was not a success; Just near the supper hour came one of the sudden drenching showers. Daisy was out In It so was Peggy-Jan- e they were far from shelter. A moment the despised visitor of Bayardstown stood looking down at her Peggy-Jan- e rebellious charge. was giggling. "It Is cold here near the Falls, Isn't It, Miss Eldrldge? Queer, how cold It can be In summer time, Just because a little rain comes up." Daisy enst one hasty glance at the cherished painted muslin. Mother's fingers had fashioned It the violets would run Alsastrously Into the lavwas ender ground. And Peggy-Jan- e not the only one who had been warned against cold or dampness that summer. The trip Into the country had been suggested as a fortifying remedy also for Margaret after her long days of nursing. "There !" she said, as she folded the warm cape ftbout Peggy-Jane'- s receptive figure, "that will keep you both warm and dry. Now let's run for It." Peggy-Jane'- s mother was tearful!? grateful. "You have saved hor from an Illness, I am sure," she said. But Daisy bad not saved herself from Illness. It begnn that night after Aunt Margaret lovingly tucked her In bed. Dnlsy hated to tell about the queer throbbing pain in her back the funny little creepy chills. But Aunt Margaret found out and later Daisy found hertulf telling a kind young physlclnn. "You see," she explained, "our old doctor nt home tofd me I must be careful to avoid dampness, and all that. I had hHrely gotten over the flu, when mother was taken sick, and then ' "I see. the understanding young physician oald. "The Falls Is a dnmp hole," he remarked later, "and you were soaked In that cold rain; but we are going to prevent any serious trouble. You will have to take my word for lu 'Doctor Stephen smiled. Daisy took his word for It. She felt that she would take his word for any thing. CertHln It was the young doctor did not neglect his patient. . "Just ran In again to see how she K" he would explain to smiling Aunt Margaret. When Daisy was able to take her first drive In his car. Doctor Stephen gazed admiringly Into her violet eyes "That was mighty decent of you," he remarked perpleilngly, "to wrap your rape around my fool young niece. My sister has not forgotten the kindness, however." Daisy stared, unbelieving. "Peggy Jane your nleceT" she questioned which shows tbnt fate, that mjMerl ous power or Cupid, or whatever you to call It, will not be cheated chon where tws hearts ara destined to beat BED SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES e as on." OTHERS FOLLOW WE LEAD at Pre-W- ar Prices BAILEY FURNITURE SUPPLY GO. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Claimant names as witnesses: James II. Newton, Ernest Kay, EdDEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR ward R Kay, John S. Nellson all of U. S. LAND OFFICE AT SALT Mona, Utah. Lake City, Utah, October 19, 1922 GOULD B. BLAKJELY, Register NOTICE Is hereby given that Ada Kay of Mona, Utah, who on First publication October 27, 1922. August 30, 1919, mads Homestead Last publication November 24. 1922 entry No. 024754, for W SW. NE14 SW14, NWViSEVi Section 15, GOODYEAR SHOE Township 11 South, Range 1 East, REPAIRING SYSTEM Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice to make three-yea- r Utah of intention Nephi, Best Material Used Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of Prompt Mall Order Service the District Court, at Nephi, Utah, J A Christen urn. Prop on the 2nd day of December 1922. (Publisher) if V v l 0M PlIH5- I", r,i5 ri i! to Thrift Save regularly, invest cautiously, ppend wise- IV. tKn a ravir-.- - -- ;e'3u:it- foda-a- t this safe Lank and let m help you plan a thrift program that i exactly suitable to your and income. There is no wort-- delinquency in mo-iematters than a failure to save for thn future. I,o-'- .; ahead. 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