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THE TIMES-NEW- The Times-New- NEPHI, UTAH S, WILL RECEIVE RETURNS s Aggressive Business Men I t ney Will L. Hoyt, by Mrs. Orson Cazier, and a talk by Mayor Bailey on "How. to Cast Your Vote for the New City Hall." Refreshments were served during the evening. This dependable financial institution is excellently equipped through experience, connections and complete facilities to serve the business interests of Nephi and vicinity. health inspection by the'- teachers has been planned and will be executed by tfieni during the coming A week. Jt In .bought that considerable benefit wil be derived froiu such an inspection. On election day, the Levan School Band will play a number of selections at the polling place in Levan to advertise the election. First National Bank rJOODYEAR aT I nui.pi. i,iiai.mi hiiim u hi HHP IBM i viosi artists in who niucii common, writers amount to ;in' like look everyday folk. th' ham ones thet look th' part. mjwwryyt Annual Summon! to Service Roll Call of The annual nation-widthe American Rod Cross to enroll members for 1925 will open on Nov. and 11, the anniversary of that tens Armistice Day six years ago, which silenced the crashing arms of the World War. The enrollment will continue for 17 days. through Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 27, Preliminary to the Roll Call period will come Red Cross Sunday. Nov. 9. During the 17 days set aside for the enrollment more than 3,500 Chapters of the Red Cross and their thousands of branches will invite the people to join the Red Cross or renew their membership. e 4 XL..- - Theatre. It's "j'f1' ' vJ-iJ- ! fru yy 'J y j.'?U?-.rS- IlfllflMl1 .mQimmMsmui, Lake City, Utah, a Lru LZ3 LZ3 u Lizi AT NEPHI AND LEVAN Venice Theatre, 7.30 p. m. on, mm. . MORRIS . WOOLLEY ON. .h. Special Five Reel Picture Show in connection with rally FREE TO ALL Monday Evening, 7.30 p. m. Prominent speakers will address the voters Free Picture Show At Levan. IIKAII TIIK (t)MK OUT A. '.MPAIUX IHHVK 1I.TK:I Till! XKillt HIT (Ol .NTV OHK ItKPl lILU'AN ELETION. X)MMITTLK (Pniil I'olitiral Advertisement) .ni.ni.Tnr,., in.- ,- " 1 Lr .. " .. i - n .... Our stock of RUBBER GOODS is always complete and we are ready to give a reason- - v able guarantee with every article, made of rubber, that we sell. Voor GOODS, i i WE ARE HERE TO SERVE .The North half (NV4) of th Northwest quarter (NW&) of Sec Three (3), Township Sixteen (16. South, Range one (1) West of the Salt Lake Meridian. The Southwest quarter (SW) of the Northwest the Wnt half quarter (NW54) of the Southwest quarte quarter (SW4); the Southeast (SE4) of the Southwest quarter (SWy ) of Section fifteen (15); the of the Northeast West half quarter (NE 4 ) of Section Twenty two (22); the Southwest quarter (SWii) of the .Northwest quarter (NWy4) of Section twenty thre (23). Also, commencing at th Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of the Northwest quarter (NWi) of Section twenty-thre- e (23), Township fifteen (15) South, Range one (1) West of the Salt Lake Meridian; thence West eighty (80) rods; thence South seventy (70) rods;- thence East eighty (80) rods; thence North (70) rods to beginning; the South half (SM) of the Northeast quarter (NEV4), the Northeast quarter (NE ) of the Southeast quarter (SEH ) ; the West half (W'aJ of the Southeast quarter (SEVi) the East Half (EV6) of the Southwest quarter (SWU ) of Section twenty three (23); the Southwest quarter (SW V ) of the Northwest quarter (NW ) ; the Northwest quarter (NWli) of the Southwest quarter (SWVi ) of Section twenty of four (24); the West half the Northeast quarter (NE ) ; the East half (E&) of the Northwest quarter (NW4) of Section twenty also, commencing at the Northeast corner of the Southwest quarter (SW4) of Section twenty six (26); thence West ninety (90) rods; thence South eighty (80) rods; thence East Ninety (90) rods thence North eighty (80) rods to place of Also, commencing at the beginning. Northwest corner of the Southeast of Section twenty-six(26quarter thence East fifty four (54) rods; thence South two hundred and seven (207) rods; thence West fifty- four (54) rods; thence North two hundred and seven (207 rods to place of beginning. Also, commencing at the Southeast corner of the North east quarter (NE4 ) of Section thirty five (35); thence North forty six (46) rods; thence West one hundred and sixty (160) rods; thence South forty six (4$) rods thence East one hundred and sixty (160) rods to the place of beginning. The South half (SVi) of the Northwest quarter (NWVi); the North half (Nit) of the Southwest quarter (SW4), and the Southwest quarter (SW4) of the Southwest quarter 1SW) of Section thirty-fiv- e (35); the South of Section thirty-fou- r half of the (34); the South half Northeast quarter (NE4) and the Southeast quarter (SE4) of the Northwest quarter NW) of Section thirty-fou- r (34); the Northeast quarter (NEU) of the Southeast quarter (SEV4) of Section thirty-thre- e (33), all In Township fifteen (15) South of Range one (1) West ot the Salt Lake Meridian, containing a total acreage of seventeen hundred and sixty (1760) acres of land. d of all the Together with waters of Little Salt Creek, appurtenant to said land, and together with all other water and ditch rights, and rights to the use of water for irrigating said premises or for dom estic use thereon, to which Joseph K. Wright and Mercy C. Wright, or the said premises, were on December 6, 1917, or thereafter entitled, and which were then or thereafter used on said premises, however evidenced, and together with all and singular tho tenements, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or In any wte appertaining. DAN MARTIN, Sheriff of Juab County, Utah. By P. P. Christlson. First publication October 17th, 1924 Last pub. Nov. 7th, 1924. RUBBER When in need of just remember- - to-w- it: Nephi Drug Co. WE LEAD OTHERS FOLLOW (W) (W) (W) ); 3) (S) one-thir- Levan Amusement Hall that needs rubber goods nipples, breast pumps, fountain syringes, water bottles and what not. SALE hees, Defendants-SHERIF- F'S To be sold at Sheriff's Sale on the 10th day of November, 1924, at door of the Court House in Nephi, Juab County, Utah, at the hour of 11 o'clock a. m., the follow ing described property situated it the County of Juab, State of Utah (SE) MONDAY NIGHT II Where there's a baby, there is a home corporation, Arthur P. Voorhees, Christine si(26); LI LJ when all minds are thinking much of the same thing WINTER. Thoughts run to in that category and needs all cold weather are RUBBER GOODS. is IS THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN ANI FOR JUAB The Ladies Democratic club held a COUNTY, STATE QF yTAH. social gathering at headquarters Mon day evening WiU 42 members preContinental LUe Insurance Com sent. The program consisted of 'Com- pany, a corporation, Plaintiff, Vs. munity singing; sketch of candidates Joseph F. Wright, Mercy C. Wright H. 11 Evans and June Kendall by John F. Wright, Lilly Wright, Harry Mrs. Pearl Hall; campaign songs by Bews, Rose Bews, Ephraijn. A. Sor a quartette composed of Mrs. Alllie ensen, Emily Sorensen, Junius M Mel Belliston, A. V. Gadd, Jennie Hall Sorensen, Mary Q,: Sorensen, and Louise Vickers; reading by Mrs. ville Irrigation Company, a corpor Jas. E. Cole; sketch of life of Attor- ation, Deseret Savings Bank of Sal Men who direct live, progressive are always alert to utilize the best facilities available. SHOE REPAIRING SYSTEM BEST MATERIAL USED Prompt Mail Order Service Prices are soon forgotton but quality long remembered J. A. Christensen Prop Nephi, Utah November Mr. G. R .Judd Is making arrangeEDITOR ments to receive the election returns A. B. GIBSON MANAGER next Tuesday night over the Radio. Mr. Judd will install his machine at the Democratic headquarters and the Subscription Kates results from each state will be given to the public as soon as reSix Months $1.00 ceived. general This will be a great ImproveOne Year $2.00 ment on previous years when returns were slow in coming in. These re turns will be announced at the LADIES DEMOCRATIC Arlington dance, and also at the Ven Ice i - DENNIS WOOD CLUB HOLD SOCIAL i ' BY RADIO Published every Friday by The Times Vi'wk I'ulillhlting Company Mm GETTING OUT OF SNARLS After Every Meal It's the By THOMAS ARKLE CLARK Dean of Men, University of longest-lastin- g confection you can buy and it's a help to digestion and a cleanser lor the mou til Illinois. a little twelve-yea- r old neighbor of mine this summer, had had her hair washed, and now as I sut outside on the porch of our cot tage trying to compose a letter, she was inside with Nancy getting the snarls out. This was a result wrought with no- little expenditure of time ami pain, for the child's hair was long an; heavy and furnished infinite possibil- OOItNELIA, and teeth. means Wrlgley's benefit as well as pleasure. ities for tangles. I gathered fi;om the conversation ae It came to me rather disconnectedly through the open window that Cornelia had an engagement that required her Immediate attention. She was going horseback riding, or was driving Into the village for a sandwich, or hail Bonieth'ni? much more pleasant In mind than getting the snarls out of her hair. She was of the opinion that If the surface were brushed lightly ultimately the deeper Rented tangle would work themselves straight. She objected to sticking until the work was done. But Nancy was firm. "It's got to be done now," she insisted. "If you don't get 'em out at the start, they get worse and worse, and they hurt more And so Cornelia subby and by." mitted and came out in due time, her blond hair all wavy and shining. There are a good many people who hate to get all the snarls out at the beginning. There was Hlgglns, for example, drifted along at the first of the semester slighting his conjugations and his declensions and paying little attention to his Idioms and his Irreg ular verbs until finally hr found himself In such a mental tangle that the snarls wouldn't rome out, and he flunked the course. It was the same way with Simons He was a fine athlete with every prospect of making the team, but he didn't quite understand the beginning of his He trusted to chance to analytics. work out his difficulties, and the result was that when fnll came he wits Ineligible and his absence probably lost as the conference chuinplimxhlp. The time to do s plec of work I Is when It Is assigned. The time to solve a difficulty Is when It arises. Well begun Is often very much more than half done, and this Is especially true of the beginner In business. If there are any snarls In your work get them combed out Immediately. Other wise the result Is failure. 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