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THE Friday. July 16, 1926. TIMES-NEW- NEFHI, UTAH S, PAGE FIVE LOCAL NOTES CLASSIE1ED Misa Maurine of Mr. and Mrs. Simple Needs ADS Kendull. daughter June Keudall. participated in a dancing revue at the Best grade of Binding Twine M. Columbia Theatre Provo last WedW. langelson. nesday evening. The revue was under the direction of Miss Venice Buy your Binding Twine at Ken Jeppson. Eighty young people took dall Bros. part. ......... .. .. .. .. : .. UT a laigu uaro oiucn. ui gcuuiue Mrs. Ralph Belliston left Tueday ra ftno a trr IntufnnliAnol .......Villi.... 111. lUUbWlUCO IV'ilt.l .VI Allld ' for Logan, Utah, where she will at- We understand the machines and tend the marriage of her brother, Know me parts you neea ivi. w. M. Philo Farnsworth. for minor accidents - Y. 1 I O .J I W 7 'C 3 Mangelson. and Dimes Save your Nickles, g Dollars, for the big and County Pair celebration, EITHER to preach Mr. Farmer: We have the exclusive for the "Red Tag" binding agency Septwine in this territor.y Farmers tember everywhere say it is the best. J. W. and Son. Airs. Ida Foote Davis, of Pasadena Summerhays California, is a guest this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jos.RedR. Cherry Currants for Sale J2t2 Price. Foote. Home-Comin- nor to teach, but to reach with helpful, sympathetic service is the aim of our bank. 7. Aunts, Uncles, Grand Cousins, Dads,1 Grand-Mother- s, Nephews, and Nieces will be here Sept. 17. Get the best room ready and show them a real jubilee time. 15-1- 6. Mr and Mrs. A .F. Brecken and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Burton enjoyed an outing to Fish Lake Saturday in and Sunday. They succeeded securing a good catch of fish. WE HAVE JUST INSTALLED A TOASTWICH MACHINE and are prepared to serve chicken, cheese, jam. Tuna fish, ham or Marmolade Toastwiches. We also serve the famous Magnus Root Beer and Orange Crush. We will deliver to your home. BURTON'S MAGNUS ROOT BEER STAND. The "Quick Service" Stand B ft B 1914 How simple it is to have the right things handy when a minor accident occurs. Sterile gauze, sterile cotton, sterile bandages the kind your doctor uses. Bauer & Black sterile products are made utterly germless by an extra sterilization process. For 30 years the standard of great surgeons and doctors. You, too, can be as "careful as your doctor. Have these sterile products in your home for the sudden need. We sell Bauer & Black sterile products the cost is small because we realize the importance cf intelligent first aid until the doctor comes. Have them ready. at tJ..zo per crate, anu Kaspuerries Pll lit of 41 1A nor Jensen of ernnA Bozeman, Montana, are visiting at crate. W. A. Bowles. Give me your the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orson order. Cazier this week Buy your Fruit. Jars at Kendall Mr. and Mrs. Irving Mrs Arvil Bench of 1! SaU Lake Bros. spent a few days in this city, the Mrs Betsy guest of her mother, Buy your electric fans at Cooper, Pyper and Co's. No one should suffer with the heat when fans are so 75 Years since the Pioneers came cheap. to Nephi. This great event will be celebrated in a royal manner Sept.. USED WASHING MACHINES Get ready for the big For Sale James Carter, Phone 280. doings.'' We buy cream, eggs and poultry, Mr. Leonard Sidwell of the U. of also veal and hogs. Nelson-Rick- s U. spent Tuesday and Wednesday Co., Phone 7. Creamery with his parents in this city. Ho returned to Salt Lake .Wednesday. We buy eggs, veal, hogs, poultry cream. G. W. Lunt and Sons and Mrs. W. H. Howell was taken to Salt Lake City, Monday eveninng for FOR RENT Two good-sizewell medical treatment. Mrs. Loretta lighted, newly papered rooms. Water Foote accompanied her. and lights. Phone 243J2 P. J Sanders CARD OF THANKS WANTED Pork, Veal and Poul Cy's Market, Phone 7. try Words can only express to a limit ed degree our appreciation of the All those wanting Dill for mak many kindnesses done us in the sad ing Dill pickles', see Louie Henroid Read hour of our bereavement. thru these lines to the feelings of our FOR SALE Five acres field-lan- d souls, and believe with us, that you close in; also all or part of half-acr- e have done your part well, for which buiding lot. Mrs. E. J. Pay. we thank you. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Sanders, and Wanted Two Maytag Salesmen Call at Family No experience necessary. Carter Cleaning Co. Phone 280. Anderson. NEPHI NAT ON Champion Wrestler TelU What to Eat wres- Johnny Meyers, middleweight tling champion of the world, is strong ly In favor of Hie use of selentineal-lprepared foods. to He prefers know that the food he Is eating is pure and whole some rather than ,V a ch ance f i with any kind of ii food poisoning by eating food from y JKJ kWVA an unknown source. In a recent Interview on A the ete of his match with Lou from Taliber, Johnny Meyer. whom be won his crown, he said! "1 expect to win the crown from Talaber. He Is a fine wrestler and uses more science than any man of the mat today. However, I feel sure that my superior physical condition will prevail and that I will emerge victorious and the champion f my division. Diet is a very Important part of my program In training for a match. The system that I use la really very simple. Involving only food Judgment and cantlon In the se BANK 7. lection of food. I prefer to eat sclen tlflcally prepared foods whenever possible and I never eat anything to which Is attached the slightest doubt of Its purity. I eat a great deal of canned foods because I am sure that they are pure and will have no 111 effects on my digestive system. Take. Just as an example of what food can do for the body milk. It Is the greatest of body builders and a very Important part of any man's diet But is sometimes Impure or contaminated and may be the source of Illness If used Because of this fact, I use evaporated milk entirely and find It very satisfactory. I know that It Is pure and (hat I will not suffer from Its use. I know that It Is a great body builder because the concentration of It gives It such food value. I know that It la easily digested, more so than market milk, in fact, because I drink It before going to bed and feel no effect of It In the morning. This Is usually hard to do with ordinary market milk. This plan. In substance, is the same one that I use regarding other foods If there la any chance or suspicion of Impurity or low food value, I use something else. "And If a man ia so situated that it Is Impossible for him to get the proper amount of exercise, he must be doubly cautious not to partake of any but the purest food. On the whole. If a mao eats with wisdom and observes the fundamental rulea for good health, there Is no reason why he should ever have a sicfc or uncomfortable day." IT PLEASES MRS A. d, Young Wife Afraid To Eat Anything "I was afraid to eat because I a! ways had stomach trouble after wards. Since taking Adlerika I can eat and feel fine." (signed) Mrs. A. Howard. ONE spoonful Adlerika removes GAS and often brings sur prising relief to the stomach. Stops that full, bloated feeling. Removes old waste matter from intestines which you never thought was In your system. Excellent for abstinate NephI Drug Co. constipation. You Pay No More for an US CO than for an Unknown Tire My home for sale at bargian price and on easy terms. Only a small Balance down payment required. J. W. on exceptional liberal terms. Paxman. FOR SALE My home on South Main St., Cheap. See Cleve Elmer. LOST A bunch of keys on Main Street. Finder please return to this office. Plenty of Green Peas for sale at Jos. W. Vickers. FOR SALE er. Phone 8 Good Electric Wash 7V. US TO J. BROSSFAU Royal III pI Eggs With 1 Vi cup evapo- rated milk dil uted Willi m pound mush cupmeat Htoclc rouniH (This may lie 1 Blict: pimento prepared from S tlisp. butter bouillon cubes) 2 12 slices luuut tbxp. Hour I'arsiey Saute the mushrooms in two Ibsp. care not to burn; mak butter, a whiletaking saure of two tbf"p. butler. Hour, evupuraled milk and meat stock. Cook five minutes. Add the cooked mushrooms and chopped pimento. fr Break eKtis and drop into hot at, careful to keep ea K in a globular mans. Just as titum as they are a golden brown lilt out and drain. Place an ens on each piet e of loaut. Allow two -V pieces for eacn serving. Pour over all -," the mushroom sauce and garnish wtlU parsley. Pineapple-CheesSalad. 10 slices pineCrisp lettuce leaves i apple 1 1 cup cream thsp. pineapple Juice cheese 1 sunar 4 cup chopped en and red (Jr.lp. nuis I Ibsp'. evaporated matmoes milk Creamy salad dressing Combine the cheese, nuts, evaporated milk, pineapple juice and sugar, and blend into a smooth mass. Cut pineapple circles In half. Spread cheese mixture on a slice of pineapple and press the other hHlf circle of pineapple on top of cheese as one would a slice of brcsd in making a sandwich. Cut diamonds or triangles from Kreen and red mansoes and press Into the edKe of the cheese mixture between the pineNew portrait of Mrs. Alfred J. Bro-eaapple. Lay two of the prepared pieces of Greenwich, Conn., who waa of pineapple on a crisp lettuce leaf, with creamy salad dressing. This elected to succeed Mrs. Anthony Serve serves five. of as president-generaCook l Wayne the Daughters of the American 1- -3 be-in- e u mm Little Ladies Wear Rich Velvet Hat TV plekHhtire mottoes ye hang up on Ih wall may never be read, but they sure cover up cracks In the wall I Zez Confrey Mixes Salads and Songs Zez Confrey. fiiniotis cotupos, the. musicsil clitsslc. "The Kitten, f h AiiiiTica's s PROF. L. A. TULIN ; " vrnfil.' must Ji Mushroom Sauce. I'tss bait 12 the Keys" hailed by frlcnils n USCO Tires are made by the United States Rubber Company the world's largest rubber manufacturers and owners of the largest rubber plantation in the world. PLEASE YOU i o:' r imi-la- ,111)1- con." po?Hrs. TIlOMC !m krow Mill s;iy ii etui mis a pl.nl or a sun: nibliiv with eiiiil sin fce -- . Mar Wllli'li sut init " Milne Zez Confrey. it rin-;i- poririijiil of bi-- i l!n t i (IfliBlit fill of a certain yniiiii; trim- owr Ibe Ivorieg Iiiik lici'ii o,'iii.cii ;ii llit1 Ainerii'ttn N.vintiiiitlon. nii(l"l I!ul Mr. t'onfrey bun oilier in Ills repertoire. Ins iieqiiaintitiiee4 iletlare. t'oimirj bred, he i a jiuin-of horse flesh, and also knows a K""J ' i Cords and Balloons, Fabrics are made to giv e the man who wants a moderate priced tire all the valuclhat can be built into it. Every USCO Tire carries the stand' ard warranty. Ant! they cost no more in many cases, Jess than tires of unknown origin and doubtful value that you may be offered as "bargains." High-Pressu- The USCO BALLOON A handiomv, turjy balloon firm . hitch html' t a low price. dered tread. Strong, flrxiblecord construction Riving full bHxft cushioning and long rie th name, trade mark and full warrant of fh United States Kubber Company For Sale By NEBO SERVICE STATION Nephi, UNIT11D STATES niiEs a Utah m: if re good tik' r Just an soon as little ladies Kradtt- te out of babyish bonnet! and into hats, nothing Is too good for them. Junt now they are being Indulged In velvet millinery or In fine felt hutt combined with velvet. In all caws the hats are nlmply trimmed, but they are often Intricately made on bonnet-likshapes, like those pictured here. Ribbons and small ornaments of metal or rhlnrstnnes trim them, and these ornaments are appropriately childish. For Instance, three little rhlnentnne bean hat of red velvet go out to walk on and a email sliver sailboat Is net against the front crown of a blue felt of velvet. FavreJ with colors are red, blue, green and brown, inn11. flnt and ocrril"rvil!y fdOrlra nre u' l with ribbon mi them e brlm-fnrln- "lnt" cigar. The siin)le life Is Mr. Confrey of huppinvMH. Kei so often .M..nh;'t-ta- n gets too crowded for him )tnl h" boards ti rain for tlie cotinlry and I the conipiinlonsblp of a certain brook. lneilMbly lie comes Itli one of the merry Unte for back wlilcli he Is noted. A bachelor, Zez keeps open lioiixo Tor lii friends. If lie invites h few of the boys over for iuilnit:ht supper, he (lues the rooking himself. Invita-tlonto his lively little dinners r nought nfter. There are two iihes Irt So ai which Mr. Confrey Is partial. I.i his flillils. recipes fur ih, t ,m, iinir-murii- i,' K I I : oll : tw -- . Leon Arthur Tulin, twenty-fivyears old, Hartford, Conn., has been appointed assistant professor of law at the Yale college of law, thus becoming the youngest professor of law In the country. He graduated from Yale In 1922 and from the taw school In 19?, e with the highest honors. .'!r. (arol l.e boiiie W. liarnes. tii ' ' t Miner Is visilln? ! a 'i 2 h t f t . Mrs. J.