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THE TIMES-NEW- NEl'ltl, UTAH S, pillllillllllillMilliillliillllllllllllM That Oyster of Armstrong's Linoleum Oysters for Every Floor in the House Western HAPPENINGS BA BY CARRIAGES! , By S. M. WILDHOLT (. 125, LOCAL Nwppr Union.) Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sudbury of Lynndyl, Utah, were Nephi visitors Monday. I As Low as $20.70 GRIilWELL grinned Judge George Chrlstensen of Price MEREDITH from ear to ear. His Utah, was in this city Wednesday atJovial feature beamed benignantly on all alike. But on this rosy morning Merecutn 8 puffed cheeks were slashed by an broad smile. His mischievous eyes gleamed wickedly as he tackled the intellectual passivity of Stanley Worth. Stan," he depressed, 'Terribly mourned gleefully. "An It's a woman.' Stanley removed a cigar from his A lips with deliberate precision. woman," he repeated, with elaborate emphasis. 'A woman," Meredith confirmed gayly. "She's a Jewel strong on eats, but one o' them dieting knowing Mere Stanley dith so well, he couldn't be positive that this was the forthcoming joke. "You mean," he felt safe to correct, 'she's a dletetleal connoisseur." 'See here a letter I got a few days back," said Meredith, "Just after we'd been out an' had some oysters raw." Stanley took the tinted, folded sheet and read the contents. His face remained calm until he reached the sig nature, when a brief arch of his eye brows betokened recognition. huge. Get Armstrong's Linoleum At Our Store a neat guest room out of the attic. And an array of sparkling tile patterns for kitchen, sun porch, or hall. Inlaid or printed, a linoleum floor is cleaned by Warmer simply mopping. than wood floors. Soft to At attractive Come in. prices we are offering gen., uine Armstrong's Linoelum printed and inlaid. Beautiful new patterns. Jaspes for Bright colors. Small figured s. living-room- effects for bed. .rooms. Matting designs that will make tread upo.n half-laughe- and quiet. Armstrong's Linoleum Rugs Artistic and Inexpensive Rugs of cork! Rugs with warmth and softness of wool carpet, and yet with the sanitary, qualities of fine linoleum! Armstrong's Linoleum Rugs are attractive in design and coloring, and add definitely to the beauty of your home. long-weari- Dixon-Taylor-Russ- ng Method of Laying Linoleum A cushioning layer of builder's We clean your old floor. deadening felt is firmly cemented in place over the underfloor. Genuine Armstrong's Linoleum is cemented dow as to form one.. piece, water tight, smooth floor. No bucklings. Skilled linoleum workman do this cementing it is a real job when they get through, is More Than One Price Someone Pays Too Much - Taylor Russell Co. Payson Nephi Springville State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City. Utah. May 12, 192 5 Notice is hereby given that J. H Lunt whose post office address is Ne phi, Utah, has made application in accordance with the requirements of the Compiled Laws of Utah, 1917, as amended by the Session Laws of Utah, 1919 and 1925, to appropriate one thousandth (.001) c.f.s. of water from an unnamed spring in Juab County, Utah. Said water is to be diverted at the point of issuance of spring which is at a point, which hears 2S64 ft S. and 32S ft. E. from the N W Cor. Sec. 28, T. 12 S.. R TO BUILD WELL Nephi Plaster HAS XO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Xatural Deposit of Gypsum In The World W., S. L. M. and collected in concrete box from where it will conveyed In a pipe a distance 5400 ft. to a point located 3626 W. and 200 ft. No. of the SE Cor. 1 NEPHI PLASTER AND SIFG. - Sec. I V J Your Convert. tion "FRENCH clans. iW- said township and a be of ft. of range where it will be used from Jan. 1st to Dec 31st, of each year to water 123 head of cattle This application is designated in the State Engineer's Office as File No. 9710. All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reas.. ons therefor, must be by affidavit in duplicate, accompanied with a fee of $1.00 and filed in this office within thirty (30) days after the comple.. tion of the publication of this notice. George M. Bacon, LEAVE" Eighteenth century books of French etiquette warned the social strjggler against taking formal leave of his host or hostess. The guest who enjoyed the part) wasn't supposed to stick around for the final handshaking. Only those who wished to register Consecomplaints remained. quently, taking "French leave" came to mean a hurried departure. "French leave" today U usually taken by cooks, secondstory men and unwary polltl 20, State Engineer Date of First publication. May 15th, 1925, Date of completion of publication June 12th, 1925 J - tmmnmu tri inn Round Trip TO POINTS EAST System TO POINTS WEST Daily May 22nd to Daily May 15th to September 15th September 30th ' Limits October 31st Stopovers Diverse Routes Consult Local Agents for further details D. S. SPENCER General Passenger Agent Salt Lake City in this city. j jI I I - 'FN f white-powdere- d i 'i ' ' r Jelly-shaking- s, . plnk-tlnte- Pacific store A. F. Bracken returned home Sun.. Dear Dlth: So enjoyed seeing- you day evening after an extended trip It was a real tnrough Grand and San Juan coun . enjoy those oysters. treat. Your delightful. ingenuous He reports a lack of water in refreshing. ties. pleasure was more than This beautiful carriage has stronsr. yet delicate so well did you the latter county and conditions not But you like oysters ever hear of the Eocene oyster? It's very promising t li is year. springs between the seat and frame, absorbing all a marvel. Indeed. I try to Imagine an Eocene Jt has pure cotton unholsterinsr and shocks or jars. oyster reposing lusciously l within your sensitive, experienced Mr. and Mrs. Win. Uelliston in the frame is covered with a steel angle mouth try to picture the real enjoyevery angle Utah, are ment your face must reflect when you and family of Murray, brace. axle construction makes this carriage Special spending the week in Nephi the contentedly munch that oyster of oysters really, Dith, the prospect In- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton uMem . and more convenient.' It has all yet stronger, lighter obtain could me. If you only trigues Mr. Uelliston is the school one Eocene but no; It la too much to ott. features of the wonderful construe1 Sidway carraige principal at the William Penn school hope, dear boy. ion. You R. CEL1A cannot without a carriage longer. Come ' As ever, in the Gi'anite District, Salt Lake go 1 1 in now ! That signature, "Delia R.," altered county. matters for Stanley. The members of the Service Star Only One Price to Everybody The Lowest Price "Well," urged Meredith, seeing that of home at the entertained Legion Stanley had finished, "did you ever eat Irs. Wm. Morgan this week. Music an Eocene oyster?" was turnished by Mrs, i. w. Aiireii, 1 Stanley hesitated, vaguely puckering THE OXE PRICE HOUSE his brows. "No," he said slowly, I and Mrs. Ralph Bellistun. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. m PKovo SKIXGY1LLE m PAYSON don't believe I ever did." NEPHI Mrs. Wm. Allie Uelliston, Morgan, 'Imagine !" rambled Meredith ex and Mrs. Richard lnscore. T.lllil!tl!HI!lllllll!li:iillllllllli!llllil!i::illlll!llllllO ultantly. "Not a waiter, not a chef, not a soul I've met can tell what an Eocene oyster really is like. But Cella, ah!" He rolled his round eyes angel George E. Howard, Dean Howard,- PAUL CRET William C. Orgill, all of .Mills, Utah, ically ceillngward. and George McCune, of Nephi, Utah. 'This dietetical connoisseur," hinted Stanley. "Has she is she otherwise as great a genius?" Register By THOtVlAS ARKLE CLARK E. D. Dunn, Att'y, 'Oh, sure," granted Meredith, with Dean of Men, University of Salt Lake City, Utah. wide generosity. "She really likes me, Illinois. . First pub. May 15th, 1925. too." ;; Last pub. June 12th, 1925.Stanley pondered mentally, wonder ing for what under the healthy gun v V J SUPPOSE ou'll have nothing to j X Cella R. could have come to "like' do now until September," Smith XOTICE Meredith Grimwell In so startling a said to me at commencement time manner. The last time he had seen "Absolutely nothing," I replied, for It her a dazzling light broke through is less exhausting to agree with a man XI. A. XO. 0.15427 the cloudy membranes of his thoughts. like that than it is to try to give him APPLICATION TOR PATENT ' She had said, "You think you are so an idea of the endless list of things UNITED STATES LAXI OFFICE Mr. aloof, Stanley waiting to be done whenever the days l. Intellectually Salt Lake City, Utah, April 7th, 1925 K-vever If me warn you that Worth. Let of apparent leisure shall come. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,' Smith is a retired farmer who lives any of your dear friends come within That Nephi Plaster and Manufacturmy reach " and she had shrugged her near me and whose regular work Is ing Company, a Corporation, through shoulders In resentful accomplished when he has fed the t its authorized agent, Cora M. Hold..' hauteur. chickens and mowed the lawn. Like whost postoffice address is erman, 'Don't you think," asked Stanley many another man he is possessed of Lake City, Utah, has made apSalt ' feeling his way with extreme care, the Imbecile Idea that a college In ' 4 plication for a United States patent & V "don't you think you might be mis structor during the summer and regu for the Macfarlane No. 1, Macfar.. about her taken lar vacations Is as free from menta liking you?" lane No. 4, and Little Doctor Lode ..' f i,; i k,.: 'Oh, no," with bland assurance. "We and physical work as a spring lamb Mining Claims, consolidated, situate When his class Is dismissed his work have so many tastes in common." in the Unorganized Mining District, a trace with but half is done. smiled, Stanley County of Juab, State of Utah, being so It tc "Would hurt of pity. It has always been interesting very Survey No. 6323, and described in much if you should be mistaken?" be me that most people are likely to con the field notes and plat on fild in slder the other man's Job easier thai queried slowly. this office, with magnetic variation Meredith looked at him with a star their own, and not infrequently to ex .... a 17 deg. 00 mfn. East, as follows: i.nT at f with were Then he if tled expression. laughed LgHMMo94IMMHHMMHOMnMMHSSSSNMSSSSMMMriBflHhi press the conviction that they Commencing at corner No. 1 of a laugh holding his .job they would do It bettt-Macfarlane No. 1, lode claim, whence In Paul Cr-1that reached every nook and cranny than he is doing it. wl,o seized lite years corner of Sec. 27, T. I listened a lew weeks ago to Oalll ith the French army and the A. E. the northeast of his robust person. "Easy come. 12 S., R. 1 E S. L. B. and M. bears soon In World PhilF. leaves the he war, The perCurd's Stan," replied blithely. easy go, incomparable singing. N. R8 E. 922.6 feet; dg S.0287 min. adelphia, his present home, for Francs Stanley heaved a profound sigh of fection of her art was to me marvel Thence 37 min. E. 1500 deg. io select the various sites und prepare relief. Behind me in the auditorium (him. feet to corner No. 1, of Macfarlane "Now tell me," demanded Meredith, were two men apparently with some l lie designs for the American war me- No. 4 claim ; 'tell rue what an Eocene oyster really amateurish knowledge of music and morials which are to dot France at N. 12 deg. 58 min. E. 600 Thence of of the interest late conflict. Is. That's what I came for, you know musical terms. points to feet No. 2 of said claim; corner In 1U27 Is for the This name without preparation "There's nothing remarkable al.ou! I hate to parade the Thence N. 87 deg. 37 min. W. isit of the American Legion. The her singing," one of the men remarked 8omethln' back of It." 384.5 feet to corner No. 2 of Little memorials are being built under Stanley led the way to his well "She Just dues 11 naturally." : Doctor the claim; American by authority no Is reason "There why anybody provisioned library. 7 N. Thence 43 E. 1327.4 min. monuments of commission. battle In deg. if cook should not leurn io sing that way, "Didn't know you Invested feet to corner No. 3 of said claim; he would but give himself over to It," which Octt. .lobn J. Pershing is chairbooks," ventured Meredith slyly. Thence N. 87 deg. 37 min. W. 60.Q Before the end man. Doctnr Cret was horn In Lyons the other assented. "I didn't," briefly gruff. "Eocene oy ind received his architectural edura-!!- ! feet to corner No. 4 of said claim; of the evening they were both con sters don't grow In pantries." :n France. Thence S. 7 deg. 43 min. W 1327.4 d need that they could do as well as Meredith produced the feet to corner No. 1 of said claim; " con this woman. Strange It Is how letter. "It's spelled Thence N. 8 7 deg. 3 7 min. W. "I know," said Stanley. "But read (blent we tire of our ability to handle 15.5 feet to corner No. 3 of Mac that over again. Note very carefully the other man's Job. farlane No. 4 claim, identical with Most men advise their sons to avoid what she says about the oyster, where corner No. 2 of Macfarlane No. 1 she Imagines it to be, how she thinks the business or the profession which Th' true humor- claim; It will look." they themselves have followed. If Thence N. 77 deg. 02 tnln. W 1500 asked why, their Invariable reply Is. ist Is a feller who Meredith looked at his friend In enn bring smiles to feet, to corner No. 3 of .Macfarlane puzzled, baffled way. He referred to "There is nothing In It but trout. In und hard work. I don't UHnt my si the faces of ail-- but No. 1 claim; tiie letter "reposing within your senThence S. 12 deg. 58 min. W 600 to go through what I've gone through." a man who aesitive, experienced month " feet to corner No. 4 of said claim; And so the farmer trains his son cidentully slips on a banana "Enough," Interrupted Stanley, liftThence S. 77 deg. 02 min. E. Isn't necessarily a humorist. ing a book from a shelf. He blew off to be a merchant, and the physieiu, 15 on feet to corner No. 1 of said a tiny cloud of dust. "Are you ready T" sends his boy to an engim-eriii: kou ri'iu.ic.vrio claim, identical with corner No. 4 he asked, thumbing to "B" in the school, and the engineer advises hip oth of Macfarlane No. 4 claim, the place ( Publisher l Index. voting hopeful to study law, each with the Idea that he Is making It possible DEPARTMENT OF TIIE INTERIOR of beginning and located in the NE.. "Shoot I" for the boy to get the maximum re- V. S. LAND OFFICE, nt Salt Lake 4 of Section 27 and the NV!4 of "Well" Stanley paused dramatically. "An Eocene oyster Is known turns for the minimum expenditure of City, rtah. May 9th, 11125 Section 26, surveyed, and the SW',4 NOTICE Is hereby given that of Section 23 and the SE Vi of Sec. only as a fossil. It lived In Eocene time and effort, and In the belief that time, a poriod of geological history." the other man's Job Is far easier than Leeta A. Squire, formerly Ieeta A. tlon 22. unsurveyed. Township 12 He paused a tain, to favor Meredith his own. McCune. of Ruth. Nevada, who. On. 8.. Range 1 E., S. L. B. and M., conThe real facts are that no Job Is February 2Sth 1920, made Home with a conciliating eye. That worthy taining an area of 59.176 acres, adwas scrutinizing the celling, an Incipi- easy If It is done well. Every busi- stead entry No. 025531 for W claims as 8.. joining and conflicting r shown by Plat of Survey are none. smile curving at the cor- ness or profession has Its exactions. E ent S W 'i n i: E V2 S W 1 ners of his wide month. "An Eocene Its annoyances. Its disagreeable fea- S E Vi N W1,. Section 24; N W Vt (lirext that this notice he pubSenion 25, lished for nine consent ive Issues in oyster." Stanley went on, "Is thirteen tures. Its dilllcultles" and its failures. N E '4, N E '4 N' W in the few are world; snaps Inches long, eight Inches wide and six There 15 South, Range 2 West, the Times. .News at Nephi, Utah. even the touching profession. If one Is Township Inches deep." EH T. TAYLOR, Luke Salt Meridian, has filed notice The incipient smile broadened, and to be successful, demands that one of intention to make three year Register Meredith slopped his thigh. "Bull's-ey- e have energy, a little brains at least. Proof, to claim to the land Senior and Senior u to some and willingness training, I" he exclaimed boisterously. the Clerk of Attorney for Applicant above described. "Thank yon, Stan, old boy. I had be- work at least twelve mon'.hs In tin the District. Court, at Nephi. Utah. Salt Eake City. plan. of al Is true The same thing First publication, April 17th, 1923. gun to suspect. And I always heard year. on the 15th day of June, 1925. most any other Job. sense of humor would kill any roLast publication June 12th, 1925.' names as witnesses: Claimant ((& 1926. Watrn Newppr Cotoa.) mance I" E-o- Summer Excursion Fares via Union R. E. Strub of Heber City, and E. R. Tuttle of American Fork, were in Nephi lor a few days this week assisting Mr. Kirmage in the opening of the new J. C. Penney Company THE OTHER MAN'S JOB XOTICE TO WATER USERS 'He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Kendall, came down Thursday nitht to attend the exercises also the alumni banquet Mr. Kendall reports business good in Provo. Dixon - Taylor - Russell Co. "THE OXE PRICE MOUSE" Provo and Mrs. Thomas Bale and of Silver City, Utah, spent Sunday here visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. family I Where There - Robert Winn made a business tirp to Suit Lake the latter part of the week. I Let Us Cement Your Linoleum To the Floor It Will Last A Life Time Dixon Miss Viola Worthingtou, was down from Provo Thursday night to attend the commencement exercises. SIDWAY Co's ell tending to some legal business. I mm pJ ear-to-ea- '. e 'i. ', '