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THE TDtE&t'NUWs, NEPHI, UTAH The Up- - Checking Times-New- s LEVAN NEWS Mrs. J. M. Bosh, entertained at an afternoon social Friday. A delicious Editor lunch was served to the following Manager Mrs. Annie Christensen, Mrs. D. Bosh Mrs. Aurilla Christensen, Mies Merie DENNIS WOOD K. B. GIBSON Subscription Rates One Tear Six Montaa A check up on the amount you have spent for household and for personal use is a simple matter if you pay your bills by check. Ask us to explain the several plans which we have ready that will help you to keep a record of the money you receive aud what you pay out. The balance each month transferred to a Savings Account will draw interest at 4 per cent. First National Bank NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION GOODYEAR SHOE REPAIRING SYSTEM BEST MATERIAL USED Prompt Mall Order Service J. A. Christensen Prop Nephl, Utah "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL Ncphi Plaster HAS NO EQUAL The Largest nd Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In The World NEPHI PLASTER COMPANY AND MFG. (Publisher) DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR at Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 15, 1923 NOTICE la hereby given that Henry A. Barker ot Pocatello, Idaho, who on December 11th, 1917, made Homestead Entry No. 015696, for SE SWV4 ; Lot 4 Section 30 ,T 12 S., 4 E, SEVi Section 25, Township 12 South, Range 3 East, Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Three-Yea-r Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Register and Receiver U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the 11th day of February, 1924. Claimant names as witnesses: Mrs. Henry A. Barker of Pocatello, Idaho, Wm. H. Terry of Falrvlsw, Utah. Joseph Garlick of Salt Lake City, Utah, A. J. Mclff of Indianola, Utah. ELI F. TAYLOR, Register First publication, Dec. 28th, 1923. Last pub. Jan. 25. '1924. U. S. LAND OFFICE, Use Only Portion of Brain. Not one person in fifty of the pres ent population uses his or ber brain to half Its full capacity, says a famous Declallat. Your Druggist Is More Than A Merchant tubllsked every Friday by Tbs Ttmea News Publishing Company SS.0Q (1.00 Bosh, Mrs. Delia Tundbridge, Mrs. Helen J. Hansen, and the hostess Mrs. J. M. Bosh. The Sorosis Club was elahoratnlv entertained Thursday afternoon the home of Mrs. J. A. Bosh. Sewiug WORKING FOR HOSPITAL and social chat were enjoyed, after which a dainty lunch was serveri The same evening the lady members (continued from page one) returned with their husbands and pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs erous to mention. Then Isn't it worth .uosn. Games and music occupied while to consider ways and means to the time and at midnight an ovster take better care ot the' sick within supper was served. The party was our own gates? a great success and it was 3 a. m. jbefore the guests went home. Wilson Glazier, President Nepal Com merclal Club. Anything that will help save hu man life is worthy the support of any organization, city, county, or state; and money spent in this connection cannot be measured in terms of dollars and cents. We cannot entirely govern sickness or accident, but we can place within the reach of our citizens and neighboring communities means of relief by materially cutting down hospital fees, railroad transportation, hotel bills, and in some cases save the life and add to the comfort of a patient by avoiding long trips. It is my opinion that a hospital should be provided so that these conditions may be fulfilled. We may have good roads, fine buildings and great wealth, but when physical troubles come we would give all these for relief and prolongation of life. In my opinion our time and money cannot be spent to better advantage than looking to the relief of suffering and the prolongation ot life. To this end the Commercial Club will work unitedly for a hospital Dr. N. J. Rees , Something should be done In a concrete way with a view of estab- lising a hospital in Nephl. In the past much has been said relative to such an Important question but as yet, little has been accomplished in a tangible way for the protection of those unfortunate enough to require hospital attention, without leaving home under a heavy expense in order that their needs may be taken care of. The past few months have brought quite forcibly to my mind the need of adequate surgical equipment, so that patients can call the surgeon to them rather than being forced to leave home with a number of family associates or friends who are not only neglecting their business at home, but are under a heavy transportation and hotel accomodation expense. It is also a very hazardous risk to move some cases. Should such accomodations be afforded the people of Juab County, it would be a simple matter to get the surgeon of their choice at home or adjoining cities in a very short notice. It is very commendable on the part of Juab County, for the big things it has accomplished in the past few years in the building ot roads, public buildings, and various other undertakings, but may I ask, what has been done to safe guard the health and individual health expense of its people that have so responded with their means to help any worth while civic imT'is true, we have our provements. infirmary and county health officers that are using every effort possible to better the health conditions In this county but this does not meet the growing needs of a well equipped hospital. Your druggist is an important factor behind the physician and nurse in the care of your famYour patronage ily's health. keeps the modern efficient. The M. L. S. club were royally en tertained at the home of Mrs. Gean Stephensen Wednesday evening. A dainty lunch was served. Mrs. Charles Painter drug store entertained in honor of her birthday anniversary Monday afternoon. A very delicious luncheon was served to the following Mrs Howard, Mrs Griffith, Mrs. Gar- rick, Mrs. Mary Pierce, Elinor John son, Retta Christopherson, Mrs. Laura Aagard, Mrs. Mary Anderson, and the hostess Mrs. Painter. TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST The Relief Society eave a social Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. lolka Peterson, who has resigned the office of Treasurer, having served in this capacity for twelve years. There were one hundred and ten ladies As a token of the high present. esteem in which Mrs. Peterson was held, a set of silverware was given her. Jce cream, cake and. oqqHiea were served to all present. Mrs. Dulcie r rancom, rendered a vocal solo, and Mrs. Emily Bosh, played an organ solo. The Levau Basket Ball team, went to Fountain Green Wednesday evening, where they met the team from that town, winning a victory by the score of 23 to 16. The game was snappy throughout, but our boys were a little too fast for them. Mr. Earl A. Beck, furnished the music for the sacrament meeting Sunday afternoon withhis High School Chqrus, There were 4 8 per cent of the ward enrollment present. The Bishopric were well pleased with the attendance and also for the effort put forth by Mr. Beck, in fur nishing the music. WE ARE HKKK TO SERVE Nephi Drug Co. WE LEADOTHERS FOLLOW Value of Sentimentality. hear it said that senti ment Is nothing more than a species of maudlin but be sure this Is a cynical view of it. Whenever we sentimentalise we plow up the moral soil within us. Henry We often Financial lnvcnt-.- n Needed. having btvn invented for pulling autoinol lies out of holes, it is suggested that a more popular appliance would he one that would pull automobile owners out of holes. Boston A device Evening Transcript. HalFs Catarrh Medicine Those who are in a "run down" condition will notice that Catarrh bothers them much more than when they are In pood health. This fact proves that while Catarrh Is a local disease, it Is greatly Influenced by constitutional CATARRH conditions. HALL'S MEDICINE is a Tonic and Blood Purifier, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the body, thus reducing the inflammation and restoring normal conditions. All druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio. The stork left a fine baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Bosh Friday. Mother and babe doing nicely. Mr9. Annie Christensen and (laugh ter Emma, went to Salt Lake Mon day where they will make their fut ure home. The preliminary program given Sunday evening at the M. I. A. was as follows: Reading, Reed Neilson vocal trio, Byron Taylor, John L. Mortensen, and Douglas Shepherdl. Instrumental selection, Earl Beck, Russell Gardner, Ernest Sorensen, and Raymond Jennings. gen-erius- ly Mid-Wint- The Misses Arvilla Roberts and Rita Schofield, entertained the mem bers Of the Ladles Literary Club Thursday evening at the home of Music feat Mrs. Peter B. Peterson. Sketches of the ured the evening. life and works of some of our great est musicians being given by the members. If You Had Magic Eyes COULD see many man and many working to provide you and your neighbor with the telephone service you require today and the even better service which is being planned for you in the years to eorae. YOU Excursions io er You oould see engineering problems attacked and solved, financial problems involving enormous sums of money worked out; in faet, you could see the foundation which must be laid when a great public service company such as the BU System builds MI$omw ?3U J for growth. All thie new construction benefits you. 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