|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
THE Items of the 9 UNDER GOVERNOR ME AND the STATE ADMiNISTRATlQ 11 in Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pexton and Douglas Burton, Bpent a few days this week visiting relatives in Murray and Salt Lake. Cedar Chest W eek November 3rd To November 10th C f. C 1L FD ili Beautiful Boudoir Lamp Given Free With Each Cedar Chest . Mr. and Mrs. George W. Tolley, and Mrs. C. V. Tolley, motored to Fountain Green Sunday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Neils Christensen. AXD EFFICIENCY fown Mrs. J. W Whitmore visited with relatives for a few days in Salt Lake City this week returning home yesterday. TAXES REDUCTIQ NEHI, UTAH TIMES-NEWS- , GOVERNMENT Have Gone Hand In Hand With $200,000 less in state general fund annual ivvcnuc, the total indebtedness of tlw? state has been reduced by $400,000 per annum. THE STATE LAND DKPA KTMKXT has avallnblo for loans to farmers $400,000 annually, while reducing expenses of the department by $2000 a month. THE STATU SUl'KIUNTENBKNT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION lias insisted on higher standard of (uaIifleations for touchers, wlille school expenditures have been reduced from $82 to $73 per capita. THE STATE KOAD DEPARTMENT has used $4,000,000 of federal aid money, matched by the counties, has finished fifty federal aid projects, and I mis twenty more under way, with practically no money available from tlie state. Compare this witli the record of the proceeding administration, which Kured $0,000,000 state bond money into roads, signed contracts requiring $1,000,000 more, and used only $200,000 of $:t,()tM),0)0 federal aid available. Never before has the STATU HEALTH DEPARTMENT accomplished as much to safeguard public health as during this administration. Ask the deer hunters whether they have had reasonable luck 'this year. Ask the organizations of sportsmen if the FISH AXD GAME DEPARTMENT is cooperating in preservation of the state fish and game. 8 since 1020 witli that Compare Utah's record in bank failures of any neighboring state Idaho 40 for example or Montana 103. THERE'S A REASON. The increase in interest collected on state deposits has been enough to operate the state treasurer's department. The number of prisoners at the state prison has increased 131 per cent, with fewer convictions for felonies. WHY? Witli large increases in numbers at tdl state institutions costs have been reduced without reduction in efficiency. Under this administration departmental deficits are precented not The Ladies Republcan club will meet Saturday evening Nov. 1st at Justice Cooper's room. Every member is urged to be present as business of importance will be transacted Attorney Claude Baker was over from Eureka yesterday attending to some legal business here. Mr. Baker says that much interest is being taken on the west side of the connty in politics and a big vote is looked for. Last Sunday Mrs. W. A. C. Bryan who was visiting at Ephraim, and her son Homer and his wife and daughter, motored from Ephraim by way of Nephi, where Mr. Bryan joined them, and all made a pleasant visit to Delta wher they found Mr. Jack Rasmussen, another son of Mrs. Bryan, and his family in the best of health and spirits. The party returned Sunday evening, and after a nice lunch at the X. L. here. Homer and family journeyed back to Ephraim. Mr. Bryan says that he sees no reason why Delta should not become one of the most famous and prosperous farm centers of the west. Girls! They Make Splendid Treasure Boxes A place all your own to store away your keep" A Cedar Chest is the ideal sakes and pretty treasures.- Thpy are beauties. They are made piece of Furniture. of genuine Tennessee red cedar, trimmed with artistic designs or in plain styles. Brides-to-b- e will certainly be interested in this beauWe have the very chest that she wants to tiful display. store her trousseau in. The low prices are attractive Easy monthly payments. Pittsburgh Team in Shape 4$'.-- a? SAFEST PLACE TO STORE YOUR WEARING APPAREL j A cedar chest is sure protection from moths, dust and Insect life cannot live in a cedar chest, and dampness. our specially constructed line of genuine red cedar chests are absolutely dust proof. These chests are glowing beauties, made in such a wide range of styles which will brat harmonize with the Some are finished in walnut and settings of your room. mahogany and in period designs to match particular furniAn ideal place to store your wearing apture schemes. condoned. And with it all there has lecn an uiiprecendcut development in the The annual ayrtll is at a figure never reached before, not state. even during wartime price inflation. That means a home market for Utah farm products. It means prcspcrous homes. The mineral New industry. More output is at an unprecedented level in value. Capital is headed this way. One reason is that the amount of taxes per capita in Utah is the lowest of any of the Iucific Slope or Rocky Mountain States. I lil2ilk'l2JlEilSJi2EJIEJI parel. 12112 FREE! Tlie photograph shows Coach Sutli eriund of tlie University of Plttsburgl-whhas succeeded in getting th Panthers in fine shape. Doctor Suth erland is a former star Panther line During Cedar Chest Week, Nov, 3rd, to Nov. 10th, wo will give absolutely free with each Cedar Chest purchased, n beautiful Boudoir Iamp. The soft, mellow glow from these dainty lamps will add life and beauty to your bedroom. Don't delay! Bo the first in our Nephi ..Store., next Have your first choice nnd take a Monday Morning. lamp home with yon. Only $."i.OO puts one of these handsome Chests In your home pay the balance in easy monthly payments. An opportunity to get two nice Christmas presents. man. BE NOT. MISLED S May Be an Empress C 00 BY FORKED TONGUE DEMOCRATS BALANCE EASY THEY may talk for tariff on sugar in Utah, but they are talking against it nationally. They may pretext abhorrence nationally of LuKollctte and his attack on the fundamentals of the Constitution of the United States. But the political expend trncy they are trying to combine with the e forces in Utah. MONTHLY PAYMENTS GO INTO OUR NEPHI STORE AND GET YOURS! ed GOVERNOR MABEY AND THE STATE Dixon-Taylor-Russ- ADMIN-ISTRATI0- N ' : ' "THE HAVE PROVEN THEIR WORTH. KEEP THEM IN OFFICE .Nev oi trait of tlie honutiful crown princess of Iiuvnrla. whose hiisbund. Crown Prince Ktipprecht, bus long been planning to make the family of Wittclshnch what the family of used to be and to become ; the next kaiser, lie Is she, his second wife, twjnty-tlve- . They HKM nnd have two erp married In Children. Before marrliiKe she wa Princess Antoinette of Lnxetnturg and Nassau. ilfty-flva- ( Paid l'olltiral Advertisement) IN THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DIST- quarter (NW!); and the northwest RICT COURT OF TUB STATK OF quarter (NW'i ) of the southwest UTAH IN AND FOR JUAB CO UN quarter (SW',4) of Section twenty- TY. seven (27); the northeast quarter (NK'i) of the southeast quarter (SE'i) of Section 28. in Township 15 South, Range. 1 Went of the Salt Sail Pedro Oil Company, a corporat Meridian, containing two hundIon, Plaintiff, vs. J. M. Sorensen 0 acres, more or Mary O. Sorensen, Kpbraim A. 8or red forty and ensen and Emily Borcnsen, lHfenl less. DAN MARTIN, anu. SHERIFF'S SALE. Sherlfr of Juab County, Utah To be sold at sheriffs sale on Sat- Hy P. P. Christ ison. Deputy. urday the 1st day of November, 1924 First publication October 10, 1)24 at 12:00 o'clock noon, at the front Last publication October 31st, 1921. door of the county court hous in Nepnl City, Juab County. Utah, the NOTICK following described real property sit uated in Juab County, Utah, There are a number of city water The northwest quarter (NW'4 ) users who are delinquent In the of the north ant quarter (NE1; payment of water taxes. Unless tlie the east half (Eft) of the northwest same Is paid at once the water wiM quarter (NW4); the eouthwxt he shut off. quarter (8W14) of the northwest By Order City Water Department. Ike He llnlld- - WNrly Who Baild Well" TO BUILD WELL no-10- m-wi- Nephi Plaster HAS NO EyUAL The l4irgrit nii'l Pnrrst Natural of (;jwum In Tlie World M PHI PLAHTUH AM) MFG. 4 )IPANV PBEVENTS IXFECT10N The greatest di.icovcry in flesh healing is the marvelous Jtorozonc, a preparation that comes in liquid flrd powder form. It is a rotnbir.itiori treatnicnt that not only pnrir.es t!:e wound of perms that cause infection but it he ils the flesh with extraordinary speed. Had wounds or ruta which tm 3 wc ks to heal with the nfs mend e.tiickly ordinary the powerful l" inrr.re of tl.it wonderful remedy. Price Cinuid) 3f)c, 60c and $1.20. Powder 30c ari'I 69c. fcx!d by LUNT PII.tltMACY CX). tn HOUSE'' ONE-PRIC- E SPRINGVILLE PROVO Vote The Republican Ticket Straight Vote For Coolidge and A Protective Tariff Vote For Mabey and Economy In Government Vote the Republican State Ticket for Efficiency Support Them With A Republican Legislature Support Them With County Officials Who Will SAVE THE CONSTITUTION Co. ell Vr OF SPKtTAL BO.M KLKCTION XKPHI C1TV, JUAB COUNTY, UTAI NOTICK there is immediate WHEREAS, and pressing need of raisin? fund for the purpose of defraying tbe ex pense of acquiring the necessary PAYSON bonds of Nephi City, Juab County Utah, In the sum of Sixteen Thousands Five Hundred Dollars, $16,500.00) payable serially In not exceeding twenty years, bearing interest at a rate not exceeding six per cent (I per cent) per annum, peyable semi annually be issued and sold for the purpose of acquiring the necessary grounds and erecting and construct ing thereon a City Hall Building for the purpose of supplying said City with adequate facilities for conduc ting the public business of said CltyV At said election the form of ballot shall be substantially as follows: BONO KLKtTION BA1J-O- Yes For the Issue of City Hall Bonds. construct and and erecting grounds t tng thereon a City Hall Building for No the purpose of supplying said Nephi City with adequate facilities for con ducting the public business of said If the voter desires to vote In favor City. of the Issue of City Hall bonds, he NOW THEREFORE, Notice Is her he shall place an X In the spare after by given that on Tuesday the 4 th the word "Yes". If he desires to vote D. a A. Snec of 1924, November, day the Issue of City Hall bonds lal Election will he held within th against he shall place an X In the space after limits of Nephi City, Juab County the word "No." Utah, for the purpose of submitting On t'i reverse side of said ballot to the qualified electors of said City shall be the following: tax a as shall have paid property therein in the year next preceedlni OFFICIAL BALLOT FOR VOTING NEPHI DISTRICT NO. such election the following proposit CITY. UTAH, SPECIAL BOND Ion, to wit: ELECTION NOVEMBER 4tb, "Shall the negotiable coupon NEPHI 1924 (Fac-siml- le signature) City Recorder, Nephi City, Utah' At said election the polls shall be opened at the hour of seven o'clock A. M. and closed at the hour of seven o'clock P. M. The polling place for all qualified electors of voting District No. 1 of said City shall be at Odd Fellows Hall, Main Street In said District, and the Judges of Election at said place shall be Clarence Warner, W. F. Brough. and John Bclliston. The polling place for all qualified electors of Voting District No. 2 of said City shall be at Commission er's Room County Court House in said District and the Judges of election at said place shall be Robert Winn, H. C. Crane, and Lysle Bigler The polling place for all qualified electors of Voting District No. 1 of said City shall be at North Ward Amusement Hall In said District ant the Judges of Election at said plac shall be Mat Howard, Louis Garrett and N. A. Nellson. Dated at Nephi City thlg 2nd da day of October, A. D. 124. By order of. THE CITY COUNCIL OF NEPlf CITY, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH By THOMAS BAILEY, Mayor Attest: Martha E. Vlckers, .City Recorder. (Seal) First pub. October 3rd. 1924 Last pub. Oct. 31, 1924. '