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THE OF THE SOIL FOR THE COMING CROP. Because the manner in which the seed bed is prepared means much in bringing about a bountiful harvest. a wonderful We know that the farmers around Nephi are doing their share in making this community prosperous. bed-ridd- 1V0 U 3 Lr I well as I ever did in my life. honestly believe I would be now, instead of enjoying such good health, if I had not taken Tan-lI just feel like prasing It to everbody." Tanlac is for sale by all good druggists. Accept no substite. Over 37 million bottles sold. en 0 j a. We have the things Tanlac Vegetable Pills are Nature's For own remedy for constipation. change came over me. sale everwhere. FLASHLIGHTS, you need H . BECCO, LOCAL HAPPENINGS FISHING TACKLE, PAPER PLATES, enjoying a Mayor T. C. Winn, spent Friday and Saturday In Ogden on business vacation in Salt Lake City this week Miss Mildred Ellison is Every financial facility to conduct your business is prevailable at our bank. taks we. txever criticize it until I gained ten pounds and felt as strong an(' So I kept on .taking "Tanlac has made life worth liv ing for me and I will gladly verify this statement to anyone personally" are the exact words of Mrs. Ada Hen- drlckson. of 1548 West 9th South St. Salt Lake City. "About five years ago the flu left me jn such a bad fix that I could hardly drag myself about the nouse. xi left me without any appetite, my stomach all out of order that I was simply desperate. "I had little hope of Tanloc doing me any good, but in two weeks time UBThrifty sap money NEPH1, UTAH. S, WAS DESPERATE SAYS MRS. ADA HENDRICKSON MONEY TALKS LOUDER TO THE FARMERS WHO ARE CAREFUL IN THE PREPARATION Wcr TIMES-NEW- PAPER NAPKINS, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Paxnian. of Judd is having the front of Salt Lake, were guests Pioneer Day Wm. week. his garage painted this ot Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Linton. Henriod is doing the work. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth, and Mrs Mrs. Alice Golden, went to Delta E. Booth, motored to Salt Lake Paul Saturday morning on account of the Pioneer Day. City her brother. illness of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Howell of Oar Mrs Lynn Sowby of Salt Lake Is a field Utah, are visiting with relatives Mr. of home at week the guest this this week. here and Mrs. Mark Sowby. G. R. We invite you to use our Service in every way you can. tts 91 Nephi National Bank Miss Marion Sparks, came down Charles Pitt spent Saturday and Salt Lake Tuesday for a few from Sunday here, returning to Morgan here. visit days his to look after County Monday sheep interests there. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Cowan, motor to Salt Lake City Monday for a few ed returned Miller L. Mrs. E. Mr. and visit. days home Friday morning after a pleasMissouri In and Kansas vacation ant Mrs. Eugene Giles, cams down where they have visited with rela from Salt Lake Wednesday and will tives the past few weeks. visU with her parents Mr. and Mrs Alma Hague for a few days. Dr. D. O. Miner, returned home Saturday morning from California, James Hawkins of Salt Lake came where he has enjoyed several weeks down to spend Pioneer Day in this vacation, during which time he at returning home again Wednes tended the National Medical Con city, day. Mrs. vention at San Francisco. Miner is still in San Diego Calfornla, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olpln, and Mr and will probobly remain there for Clyde Olpln, were down from Salt some time. Lake to spend Pioneer Day in this city. NOTICE OF PUBLICATION (PUBLISER) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cowan, were In Salt Lake the latter part of the week where Mrs. Cowan received Tnttrt!mpn of the Interior U. S. LAND OFFICE at Salt La I a medical treatment. City. Utah, June 30, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Wilson, of Salt NflTTrE la herebv ziven that Gerald Cazior, of Nephi, Utah, who Lake, visited Wednesdey with Mr on December 8, 1916, made Home-ta-ii and Mrs. E. H. Sparks. They were Entrv. No. 018563.. for SW4 on their way to Fish Lake where N Sec. 27; NW will enjoy a weeks vacation at NW hi , Sec. 34; NM JNUitt, sec. sa, they famous resort. that 28 NW14 SE4 Section E SE Township 12 South, Range 1 West, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice County Agent A. E Smith, Bishop of Intention to make five year proor, C. H. Grace, Harry Beagley, and Mr. to establish claim to the land above and Mrs. W. H. Warner, motored to described, before the Clerk of the American Fork Wednesday to visit District Court, at Nephi, Utah, on the the poultry plants in that city. They 13th (lav of Aueust. 1923. names as witnesses: will also Investigate the present Alvin Burton, Ray Cazier, Orsou marketing arrangements of the Utah Cazier, Leonard Belllston, Del sperry, Poultry Association, and their method James H. Eagar, all of Nephi, Utah. ' of classification of eggs and other GOULD B. BLAKELY. Register. j matters pertaining to the business. First Publication July 6th 1923. Last Publication Aug. 3rd, iszj. DR. F. E. GORDON TO BE NOTICE TO WATER USERS LUNCH SETS CANDY, KODAKS AND FILMS IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU LUNT PHARMACY CO. PHONE 43 -- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS City Council, Nephi, June 29th, GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIRING SYSTEM Utah Nephi, Best MMesUl Feed Prompt Mall Order Service J A Chrlsteaaea, Prop Utah, 1923 Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2.30 p. m. Friday, July 30th 1923 for paving with seven (7) inch plain concrete Main Street between First North Street and First South Street, Street Paving District No. 1, according to plans on file in the office of the City Recorder. Instructions to bidders, together DENTIST with plans, specifications and form 503 Felt Building of contract and bond, when prepared may be obtained in the City RecorOpposite Post Office Salt Lake City der's office, or in the Engineer's office, on receipt of a deposit of ten Scientific PUtework, dollars, ( 10.00) JTractiea inclusive of The right is reserved to reject any Gtun Diseases and all bids. the City Council W. H. Warner, City Recorder Township 14 South, Range 1 West, (SEAL) First Publication July 6th, 1923, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of Last publication July 27th, 1923. Proof, to intention to make five-yedea above land to the claim establish cribed. before the Clerk of the Die NOTICE FOR PLBLICATION trict Court, at Nephi, Utah, on the (PUBLISHER) 24th day of August, 1923. Claimant names as witnesses: lor. Inter of W. the F. Brough. J. W. Brougo, Will L. Department Lake City, at Salt U. S. Land Office Hoyt, James H. Eagar, all of Nephi, Utah, July 14, 1923. Utah. EU F. TAYLOR, Register. Notice Is hereby given that Earl S. First Publication July 20th 1923 Hoyt, of Nephi.Utah, who on August No. Last Publication August 17th 1923 25, 1916, made Homestead Entry, NV4SWV 4, 3, 2, for Lotsl, 016625, NHSEVi. SW4SEV, Sec 1, T 14 S.6 IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE R 2 W and Lots 11, 12, 33, Section Charle6 H. Dunn X-r- ar TWO ARTISTIC RECITALS TO BE GIVEN BY CHARM11NU KU 1 tt ljimkuu A Lovely Soprano Voice Accompanied by the Harp of All Musical instruments r eiur Chautauqua Last Day. Lorllest SE. HAS NO EQUAL Fma-lneer- a Is designated In the State office as file No. 92ZS All nrotests against the granting or a Washington girt, and one of the said application, stating the reasons h. ryst rotintr. Her story Is an Inspiration toFosmust be made by affidavit in work. , some therefor loved in success T... nf ,n imini tr erery. iiddiiiviu . I.. i.u"b.Kim. an Inilnmltshls roll r BP. she foUffht her Wt OD-- duplicate, acrompalned with a fee of Inspiration of her talent and love of $1.00, and filed in this office within wird in ber profession, aided only ty the several .rears of successful study in thirty (30) days after the completion - thmnih.mniri wi music inv iiuiiuw her voice, and trained her of the publication of this notice. of and beauty the purity New Tork has enhanced n E. CALDWELL. State Kng.neer hand more fslthfully to interpret me nsrp upon wmci. nr of first publication July Date of her charm The Petite and beautiful, she la also simple and natural. 1923. will endear ber to every Chautsnqua personality and the ecellence of her art Date of completion of publication ...... audience. Misa unma win apprsw iu i 24, 1923. la -f- -- - a August s for Use the short making jam and jelly with Berries, tJierries, Feaches and otner tnuts in season. You will find thev are the best jams and jellies you ever tasted. 1 MINUTE'S BOILING POUNDS OF FRUIT 2 with 3 POUNDSplUSOF SUGAR NEPHI PLASTER AND 4 OUNCES OF CCRTO COMPANY manes 5 POUNDS OF JAM Causa of Poor Spoiling. Poor Koelllnc. even among tlis well- educated, is due largely to poor eyesight In the early life of the Individual. To snell correctly is truthfully to recall d sizes anil slinpes which were upon the brala through the eves. If the eyes have not photo graphed a perfet-- likeness of the word of words, jour knowledge Is incorrect and the word Is often misspelled. 7 Wrapped with every bottl is a recipe booklet which 24 (uT,nu BkJii.. Rochtr. N. V. Lr''--, ptioto-ersnhe- t iSurejcll) No reason now her tonprue to tell That sad old story "It did not jell" I Ier jam's now pcrfed jelly, too She use CERTO so should you t Pee Clsanlna Tray. Larauersd travB can be cleaned la mlddlliies. Thev should never ba touched with water, which ruins them and takes away the shiny appearance. America's First Almanac Any stains can be removed by the aid The first almanac published In a on of linseed or other oil, applied America appeared In NOT, but no copy tag, a little at a time. Then scatter of It Is extant. It was compiled by middlings liberally over the tray and William Pierce, a mariner from New alpolish with a soft duster. An old silk England. Bradford's William handkerchief or an old velveteen rag manac was published In 1CS3. may be used for the purpose. Nothing New. auto has been Invented that run en legs, but this Is nothing new, as many a poor victim In the hospital caa testify. P.oston Kvenlng Transcript. An Rather Restricted Field. Scientists now inform us that it Is possible to photograph brains. We have the Idea, however, that camera artists will stick to fares rather than run the chance of starving to death. An Acknowledgment To You and to Others In the announcement of 104 new multiples Nation-wid- e institution of department stores, acknowledgment is due you and thousands of men, women and children who, by their patronage, have made this grow th possi- to this ble. - I,,, iiiJaniT'llii 1 iri in Tim. la nothing superficial about There ties. F. K Gordon. He la tremendously, and Ills Indeed dramatically, In earnest. deep Interest In people and in communities is based nnon a very direct and clear understanding of human hearts. He haa never lost faith in people, nor does he ever lose Interest in uie ordinary things of life. Dr. Gordon Is a veritable Abraham Lincoln In stature, force, and logic. His lectures are packed with wit, sound sense, and human sympathy. Tears of experience as a teacher, educator and preacher, are crystallized masterful and practical lecInto his -ture, Shooting the Goal,' a discussion between home and of fourth night. school. Chautauqua tjln. ... ii ! Certo b sold by grocers everywhere The Large Ass rarest Natsrsi Deposit ef GByssm ia the World. H A' an exact 6ituw or sent postpaid for 35 cents. Salt Lake City, Utah, July 19 1923. Oo-- o Deration Between Heme and State Engineer's Office, Achool la 8ubject ef Earnest Notice is hereby given that Edward Plea. and E. L. Jones whose postoffice ia NcDhl. Utah, have made ap Here la a lecturer who baa gained distinction because of a genuine serv-Ic- e plication In accordance with the rendered to hundreds of communis of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Ses application . Nephi Plaster HEARD AT CHAUTAUQUA sion Laws of Utah. 1919, to approp-- j Thousandths rlate Ninety - nine (.0 99) of a Sec. Ft. of water from. a spring in Ingram Cany n, in Juab Said spring Issues at a j County. nolnt 914 ft. north and 3019 ft. cast'' of the center of Sec. 16, Township 12 South, Range 1 East, Salt Lake Base and Meridian. The water will be conveyed by means of a ditch and a pipe line a distance of 3200 ft. and there usod from May 1 to Oct. 1 ol each year to Irrigate 20 acres of land embraced In part of SE4NV',i or Sec. 16 township and range aforesaid. In addition, applicant intends to of water durstore Two (2) Acre-feing the entire year In a reservoir to be contttrurted on his land which will Inundate part of the SE14NWU of said Sw. 16, the center of which dam and 663 wjll be at a'polnt 149 ft. west ft. north ot the center of said Sec.16. The water will be released from the reservoir and used in connection with the .099 of a Sec. Ft. of water to Irrl eale the above described land. This liuvf CERTO-Proc&s- NE, nimnt Jam SJelly Making Fresh Fruit3 are Plentiful , TO BUILD WELL iza et Ruth Linrud, soprano and harpist, "He Builds Wisely Who Batldr Well" We certainly would be remissive in our duty We if this acknowledgment was not made. have .strived to merit the generous support. Our responsibility has not ceased. We arc determined to exert every effort to serve you better and better. With these 101 new stores, this organization has grown in 21 years from one to 475 Stores, spread out in 33 states.