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Z "' S...'tt. "" 1 ViV THE ! Special Bargains CLASSIFIED Local Happenings ADS Shoe Specials Mr. Wm., Graham of Provo spent Sunday in this city the guest of Miss For All Next Week! i See FOR SALE Good Granary. Mrs. W. J. Sperry. Mrs. Wm. Keough of Garfield, Utah, is in Nephi this week visiting her parents Painter. WANTED JMr. and Mrs. John C. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tolley returned from Salt Lake City, Three Live Insurance Salesmen to sell the 3 in 1 policy on the monthly where Mr. Tolley had an operation Call performed for goitre about a week It pays twenty ways. plan. . or write T. A. Robertson, Northern ago. Life Ins. Company, 622 Newhouse Dr. J. A. Harris, of Minneapolis, Bldg., Salt Lake City. Minnesota, arrived in Nephi yesterday and will conduct experimental I have a good crop of ice for sale work at the Nephi Sub. .Station on E. Tanner. the ridge. Dr. Harris has been here for the past two years during part of A Charter Oak Range For Sale used only 3 months X. L. Bakery the summer season. I home-yesterda- $1.353 Pairs for $4.00 2 Best Printed Linoleum yards wide $1.98 Yard Men's $40.00 Curlee Guaranteed Suits . . $31.75 Men's $35.00 Curlee Guaranteed Suits . . $26.75 20 Per Cent Off Men's Other Suits $13.95 9 x 12 Floortex Rugs $15.75 9 x 12 Linoleum Rugs , -- Groceries Dr. T. Warren Allred went to Salt Lake Wednesday where lie will confer with Dr. Beatty, the State Health carriage Physician relative to health matters in this city. First crop baled hay for sale 35c 79c ,' , of Poultry 500 head WANTED Mutual Creamery Co. a baby FOR SALE cheap Phone 20 6 R 3. -- We are overstocked in our Shoe Department and in order to unload and reduce this stock before we move to our New Store we are marking prices down on the biggest majority of our entire Shoe Stock. In fact you may buy any pair of Shoes or Slippers in our stock at a discount of 15 to 50 per cent from our Regular Prices. 117 Mrs. Florence O'Gara of Los Angeles, sends in a renewal subscription We fully expect 2,000 crates or this week and says how she apprecold home town paper. Mrs. good sweet Marshal Strawberries iates thewas When in good will O'Gara formerly Miss Florence this season. Phone Haynes, daughter of .Mr. Charles sell at reasonable prices Haynes. 243 J 1. Best Raisins Packages for 10 Pound Bag Sugar 35c Campbell's Soups 3 Cans for 40c 3 Large Size Sardines for 15c Can Delmonte Medium Sized Peas 10 Bars Flake White Soap 1 Bar Jap Rose and 49c Bag for 39c 10 Bars Sunny Monday Soap 35c No. 2 2 Pineapple 25c Can No. 2 Can Pineapple 3 NEPHI, UTAH S. All persons desiring to change Ida Brough. their irrigation water in June should Mr. and .Mrs. E. R. Shaw visited notify the water master at once. in Salt Lake City for a couple of J. W SIDWELL, Water plaster. days this week. 25c Yard Regular 35c yard Jap Crepe 24c Yard . . and Percales 30c Ginghams Regular 19c Yard .. and Percales 25c Ginghams Regular $1.79 Parasols Regular $2.50 Jap 59c Voils 75c Embroidered Regular $1.19 Voils Plaid Silk Regular. $1.50 49c Reguar 65c Figured Voils Hose Guaranteed Silk Pure Bird Humming I -- "V 1MES-NEW- NOTICE ALL NEXT WEEK V 1 per ton H. D. Goldsbrough. Strawberries! STRAWBERRIES! Strawberries! At R. T, Beagley's prepared to fill all orders with a berry that never loses its color or the flavor. Order early and get the The Gleaner Girls of the Nephi Ward met at the home of Miss Erma Lunt Tuesday evening. Musical numbers and stories were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served to the best. following: Mrs. Alfred Orme,, Miss Naomi Bailey, Ruth Grover, Itha My furniture for sale Moving Parkes, Aiden Lunt, Emma Cole, See Roy L. Batchelor. Virginia Clyde, Katherine Starr, away. Blanche Burton, Edith Morgan, and Plenty of ice for sale. See Bert the hostess Erma Lunt. 1-- Chas. Foote & Sons With our Bargain Tables loaded with Shoes and Slippers some of which as low as 50c, 75c, $1.00,' $1.25, to $2.50 per pair. Our Store Will Close all day Saturday Memorial Day Greenhalgh. 23 MAGNUS ROOT BEER The Jewelry Store of Service. Make this your store Being susceptible to mistakes we are open for honest criticism would be pleased to have Come in and try it, or let us serve it to you in your car while you wait. and The Smartly Styled "Prince of Wales" Coat Where Good Merchandise is Cheaper H . ' BURTON'S Pool Hall ft i r i i lit i ill ll i iii iiiHiiiiiimtiii'imii'i!iimii:'Himiii!HniMiimiiiMiiiiiiimiimMimMniimmi!!iiimimiMmnriirHi 'I ii :i "'uniii,iiiiiiiiuiiiiii,iiiuiniiuiiiiiiiiiiidUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuimiiMli,iiiiiiNjliiiiiil,iiji iiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM,;iiiiiii;iiiiiijiiiiii THIS WEEK 4i A Special Showing " ' H ill LORD WILLINGDON f t- of Starts Ice for sale at Edward Kendall's. Jewreler Main St. Nephi Merc. C& Mrs. Ed. Chase, season, 5c Each sible to do so, believing that a satisfied customer is our biggest asset. A. :- -: Monday morning we will be ready to show you some real dependable footwear at Bargain Prices at ICE CREAM BARS you tell us. It is the policy of this store to rectify any errors, so far as it is pos- James GOOD :- -: Mr, and Mrs. Ed. Chase were plesurprised Friday evening by asantly LOCAL NEWS ITEMS a number of their friends. The time was spent in music and games, after which dainty refreshments were ser.Miss Ludean Lunt is visiting with ved to the following guests: Mr. and relatives and friends in Salt Lake Mrs. Fred Kendall, Mr. and .Mrs. J. R. Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. City and Provo this week. Leonard Linton, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Park, Mr. and family, who have been residing here Mrs. H. E. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Wil during the past school term, have lis Bryan, Mrs. Clarence Ingram, moved this week to the Sevier Dam, Miss Alicia Read, Miss Norma Chase where Mr. Howard will have charge Miss Iona Neilson, Mr, Ernest Dotson of the work there during the summer and the guests of honor Mr, and Nephi, Utah r A It !..."": If you want to buy or sell any sheep or lambs, I will handla them G. w. Day. on a small commission bell. Phone 520 M, Proro, Utah. NATION-WID- E INSTITUTION y f jp'"-- - We are glad to be a part of this Community, wc are happy in the thought that our home is here, that as Citizens of thfs Community we share its joys and privileges and help bear its burdens. We are thankful to the people of this Community for the patronage they have given us, which enabled us to have a new and better store in which to serve you better. We strive to serve on the basis of the Golden Rule the principle upon which all our stores are founded. Our high grade Value and low prices encourage thrift and economy. This is one of 571 stores, which keeping faith with customers, have created the worlds largest chain department store organization. tfl he , "5130" . (FIFTY-ONE-THIRT- Y) Serge Suits ; the tailor's an i called upon to inject Miiuirt style Into mir everyday, utility clot hen. It Is done till the time In Die plainest Miits and in top fonts tliut must depend upon tmiiiinxtilp alone to place them Fop these above the commonplace. sturdy tnuteriiils, nn ftiinlliar anil de liendiiblo. are chosen -- tweeds, home spuns and the like. Hint anyone into have. It is u untitle art that convert theui Into noteworthy pnrments, like the "prince of Waif" pic and tured here. It In fit si en below the waistline with hci:ie across the buttons It has a half-belt- , back and slanting pockets all comIts lines and admon to many coats justment to the flst'lre nd Its faultless w'orknintiKhlp contribute the dlstinc lion that mukes It popular. iiclil oiiuh when Tin- - 571 DEPARTMENT STORES -- CLOTHCRAFT of Ih work-H-da- top-coa- double-breaste- WRIST WATCHES wrist watches, fully guaranteed. Also Diamond and Weddings Rings. THE TOGGERY ' We carry a complete line of Everything in Jewelry Freeman Freeman-Thomas- , O. C. 8. at$32.5 L., G. C. I. E., O. 11. E., first VVIllinKdiin, who will come to Viscount Canada, bringing with him the grand shield of the chief city gnte of Quebec, gelzed when the English atornied the city In 1750, and presented UK) years ago to the Ktifsex town of Hastings hy Col. Alexander Murray. In whose arms General Wolfe died on the Heights of Abraham. It Is through the friendly offices of Lord Wllllngdon, who formerly represented Has' lugs in parliament, that the city has consented to reltirn the trophy to Quebec. I America's Most Popular Styles for Young Men and Men! Why? Serge is the one suit you can put on any hour, any day, and know that you're smartly and appropriat- 3HKW rc;i!!i!IH!!:i!!I!,ini!i!!l!:il; Q t5 Founders of the Pneumatic Tire Industry Somewhere everv 2 II seconds .someone bii s a Here's your chance to own a fine, long wearing, Clothcraft "5130" Serge Suit at only $32.50. Extra trousers, if you wish, $8.50. We've a special Dunlop i 1- -2 Dunlop. showing of them all this wee k 1 I SILVER MAPLE! I SERVICE W;i!Uiiii;i'mt'HtlUMi.iUIiltui.tw, I El ely dressed. 1 DUNLOP TIRES SV3 ri 3 3 I f 3 E. I Th e i oggery itatUiiiuutlii!mmimlwi''iliii"f"Htilii1(itMiMiiii(iM 3 3 all styles and sizes. Come in! f L I: ! 3 t i rii i t r 1 i !