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THE. The Save Money This Year Make up your mind right now that when December 1924 arrives you will have a certain amount in the Bank. Then - put a stated amount in the Bank each payday. We will help you by paying you interest at 4 per cent First National Bank M The Economy BAKING ARTS' POWDER the next time you bake give it just one honest and fair trial One test in your own kitchen will prove to you that there is a big difference between Calumet and any other brand that for uniform and wholesome baking it has no equal. 4 Mmtt By Test V. ii The Day o! the Knight is Xtcrc. Sales Increase! 38 1SEPH1, UTAfl. S, MONA NOTES s Times-Nw- America's Greatest I'ublixhed every Friday by The Ttmes News Publishing Company Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Young have re turned home from an extended visit Editor with relatives at Salt Lake City. WOOD GIBSON DENNIS A.. B. Manager Subscription Bates Oue Tear Six MonUut visiting relatives. - 2.00 1.00 - - Beauty Pays Tribute Mrs. Alonzo Young spent a fei days in Spanish Fork last week To Tanlac N. M. Keel of Spanish Fork has returned home after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Young for a rew aays. "PERFECT HEALTH ESSENTIAL TO BEAUTY" Wm. Yates of Draper has been in town for a few days on business. J. H. Breebairn was down from Salt Lake this week on business. "Without good health, one is apt to be nervous, t, run down, high strung, anemic. Indiunder-weigh- Mrs. Allen Rowe has returned to her home in Mt. Pleasant after a few weeks visit at Mona. A SOUND EXPLANATION'. We would like to draw the attention of our readers to an editorial in yesterday's Salt Lake Tribune, entitled "The Audit Act." For lack o space we are unable to publish this article la full. The editorial gives a sound explanation of the reasons for which this act wa& paused, and the need for its observance by every subdivision of the state government of Utah. Every citizen interested in the efficient handling of the affairs of government in counties, cities, and school districts, should read this editorial. gestion drives the roses from a woman's cheeks and robs her of that radiant quality of womanhood that is true beauty. I have taken TANLAC and I recommend it as a wonderful health-givin- g tonic". Mrs. Lillian Lmdaman of Salt Lake is spending a few weeks here at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Horace Green. Mrs. Enos Brimhall has returned to her home in Provo after visiting, her parents her for a few days. a Read further what Miss America has to say in another part of this paper. Miss Albertus Lynn is here for short visit with her mother. J. TANLAC may be procured from us at all times. It is a staple remedy used by millions. Yates is critically ill and has been taken to Salt Lake City for ex pert treatment. M. ' Bishop Garfield, Rheta Kay and Phyllis Paxton were Provo visitors Saturday and Sunday. A GOOD SHOWING. According to the report of the State Supt. of Public Instruction, Dr. C, N, Jensen, given out yesterday, the school districts pf Utah, made an excellent showing in reducing their expenses during the past school year which ended June 3t0h, 1923. This report shows, that the school system of Utah during the period given f bove, cost the taxpayers of Utah, nearly a million dollars less than the year previous. This is a good start in the right direction. By the employment of efficient methods of administration, and still further economy, the total expense of the schools can yet be reduced to lower figures, without any impairment of the system whatever. WE ARE HERE Miss Opal Seamons is visiting re latives at Park City. TO SERVE Nephi Drug Co. and Mrs. Albert Seamons have just returned from a short visit to Salt Lake City. Mr. WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW Mrs. William Garfield has return ed home from a few days visit with her mother at Spanish Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keyte enter tained a number of their friends at a House Party Tuesday evenine. After an enjoyable evening supper was served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kay, Mr. and .Mrs, Euerene Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carter Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keyte, "Miss America Declares Tanlac Wonderful Health Giving Tonic A NEW WATER PROJECT, 9eSS Hi HMKu-NtiYV- sureit take a wonderful motor make the brilliant record Car to made in 1923. One tiling The Relief Society is giving a Leap year Dance in Kay's Hall FriRefreshments will day evening. Mr. John Bench of Fairview, Utah, be served. spent a couple of days here this week, during which time he spoke at the To Remove Tattoo. Kiwanis Club meeting Monday, and Tattoo marks are said to be removmet with several committees from the Farm Bureau, Commercial and able by the application of a pastecom-of Mr. Bench salicylic acid and glycerin. A Kiwanis organizations. has been employed for the past year press Is applied over the paste, and the and a half by the Utah Construction whole is secured with sticking plastor. Company in surveying the various After about elyht days the paste la water sheds of the Sanpete Moun- taken off, the dead skin removed, and tains, and making filings on the sur- the application of the paste repeated water. plus run-of- f as a rule three times. Thig work is now practically com A Long Sermon. pleted and maps, drawings and fig ures, relative to the amount of water Mrs. V. A. S. reports that her colavailable for use are now ready. ored maid on returning from morning This water will be used in Sanpete service remarked : "Dat man sho did and Juab Velleys, the cost estimated from long; he must at not to exceed $50 per acre foot. preach The feasibility of the project. The Generous to Regulations." Boston amount of water that will be avail Evening Transcript. able, and the evident sincerity of the f.HOK REPAIR SERVICE company to bring this water to Juab Valley, stamps the proposition as being one of the best that has ever The difference In tho price of a been offered to the farmers here. A representative of this paper new pair of Shoes and a Modern High went Into the matter quite thorough- Grade Shoe-Repa- ir Job Is a positive ly with Mr. Bench this week, and saving to you of over 100 per cent looks !n we are free to say, that it wear, economy and comfort. mighty good to us, and the dream One door South of Nephl Drug. of years when water would be turn ed on the fertile lands of the Levan C. O. IOMAX ridge, seems more than likely to yot be consummated. j&y Mid-Wint- Excursions to er WiUy-Kn.- People are turning to the Knight lor its beautiful coachwork, its luxurious comfort, its tiadnction, its great strength but mainly and mostly for the many incomparable benefits e I the wonderful Willys-KnigBglne. The engine that grows quieter, ejiwiilii i and more powerful in use! ht n" V..;; P0 Photograph hy Atlantic Foto V J wm all stations in Utah on tlieLAtSZ. 5icKets on sale January Returning' to I April st. Stop-oveTickets on sale January 31st only and Visit California in revel in the flowers and sunshine. attractions A thousand out-doawait you in California. Make your reservation early. mid-wint- ?7 9, Miss Mary Katherine Campbell, twice proclaimed "Miss America" has taken TANLAC and endorses it in a statement recently given to the women of America through In- ernatlonal Proprietaries, Inc., dis tributors of this great onic. In this statement, Misr. America declares that Good Health is the basis of all Beauty, and advises women who would be beatutiful to "first find good health." Her complete statement as given a as follows: "I consider it a great privilege to be able to tell the thousands of women everywhere what a jgreat tonic TANLAC Is. Health Is the basis of all beauty. Without good health, one Is apt to bo run down, nervous, underweight, anemic. Indigestion drives the roses from a woman's cheeks and robs her of that radiant Stt nearest agent for retervationt and Information w quality of womanhood that is real beauty. "I have taken TANLAC and I do not hesitate to say that it Is a wonderful health-givin- g tonic. It has brought relief and good health to many women, and with good health one may have a measure of beauty that will overcome shortcomings In face and figure. "Rosy rhet'ks. sparkling eyes, a wellrounded figure, a lovable disposition, go hand In hand with good To those fearhlng health. for I would Bay 'First of all. Kind Good Health.' The TANLAC treatment has proven Itself a boon to womankind, and I recommend It.' Miss Camj:bell has written a booklet on Health and Heauty which may be secured by filling out the coupon below. INTKRNATIONAI, l'ROI'RIl; TARIrX, INC, Atlanta. Oa. Department I). 78. Gentlemen: I herewith enclose 10 cents (stamps will do) for which send me a copy of Miss Katherine Campbell's Uooklet on "Heauty and Health" ) Name Street State Town NOTICE FOR rCRLICATIO (PubllHher) er or Ser- s W rs ooin ways - vice. h'gh-strun- sleeve-valv- CENTRAL MOTOR CO NEPHI, UTAH Miss Campbell in "MLss Anier-ica- " crown which she has won on two occasions. DEPARTMENT OF TUB INTERIOR U. 8. LAND OFFICE, at Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 15, 1923 NOTICE Is hereby given that Henry A. Barker of Poratello, Idaho, who on December 1 1th. 1917, made Home- lead Entry No. 015696, for SE 4 SW ; Lot Section 30 ,T 12 S., 4 12 Section 25, Township E, SE South, Range 3 East, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Three-Yea- r Proof, to establish Inlrn to the land above described. before Register and Receiver L'. 8. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, the 11th day of February, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses; Mrs. Henry A. Harder of Poratello, Idaho, Wm. H, Terry of Fairview, on Utah, Joseph Oarlick of Salt Lake City, Utah. A. J. Mdff of lndlanola, Utah. ELI F. TAYLOR, Register First publication, Dec, 2r.'h, 1923. Last pub. Jan. 2, 1924. 3-- WILLYS -- KNIGHT "Ohiszi Pacific AGENT I. M. PETTY, Small Cojrtestt Count. Il.'ill ye, siti;iII wpet rourteslPi of life! f i r sM.!li ye mnke Hie road of It. like L'Kire mel !ieniy. tvhlrh beeet liieflmitu.ns to line nf first alcbt. It je Mint open the door and let the atrnnxers 'n.- - Sterne.