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THE-TIMES-NEW- PAGE EIGHT NEPHI, UTAH S, Friday, November 26th, 1926. 3E EE ft LIST OF NOMINATIONS Just Received ELECTION 1 Flannel Jackets Reg. $4.75 Reg. $5.50 Reg. $6.75 Knit-Botto- m Knit-Botto- m. Knit-Botto- m A. H. Belliston Eugene Newton Amasa L. Green Isaac Ka y John S. Nielsou . Stato of Utah, County of Juab, m 89c 98c ss. m $2-9- 8 Flannel Jackets. .$3.98 Buckskin Jackets Flannel Jackets. . $5.69 $3-7- 9 (SEAL) 49c bag Rolled Oats 85c bag Sugar Sunsweet Prunes, 1 lb. pkg. 19c; 2 lb. pkg. 33c s No. 2y2 Pineapple No. 14 Crushed Pineapple' Fruite Gel Kitchen King Cocoa Heinz Plum Pudding Cranberries . . . Tremendous assortment of these wonderful Shoes on the tables for clearance, at prices you will be glad to pay h SPECIAL 29c 19c 3 25c for special, pkgs. 19c 47c 18c; 2 lb. 35c ; . CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all who assisted us during the death and funeral of )ur father and husband. Mrs. James E. Cole and Family. 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Mix and dainty cordially invited to attend regular Alice Calhoun may be seen playing Practically all of the students, who CLASSIFIED ADS meeting, in the lodge rooms, next together for the first time in "The are attending the three universities, Tuesday evening, November 30th. An came down to spend the Thanksgiv- FOR SALE informal social has been arranged Editors Of America Young Jersey Cow, with their relatives. ing holidays Jenkins Bros. To See State Of Utah (good feed and all) and many matter's of importance are to be discussfrom page one) (Continued Attoreny W. A. C. Bryan was in Baby Carriage in first class condi- ed prior to the annual election of ofed investigators come to "look us Salt Lake City last Monday and tion for Sale, cheap, at the J. W. ficers, which will be held the followover," apparently astonished at tho Tuesday on legal business. Carver home. n26tlp ing Tuesday night. things they have read and heard and the things they see. It is gratifying to note, say the students of the situation, that many remain to make their homes and fortunes here, or to leave Our RATION-WID- E Selling Most their money for investment. We Buy INSTITUTIO- N- H Through his bank, Mr. Armstrong For Less Buying has sent out many thousands of bulletins on the welfare of Utah, lie Power Buying Most thinks that livestock, agriculture, Saves You We Sell mining should be discussed generally For Less in the intermountain country. lie can Money DEPARTMENT STORES entertainingly describe famous spots of scenic splendor, mountin lakes far back in the high Uintahs where thVs silvered beauties flash in the sun. "Utah Is just coming into her own, he said in an Interview today. "We have had our light under a bushel, but I believe that the energies of the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce, directed to the building of the State, are finding excellent reward in national advertising. 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It is unfortunate that any road controversy should have arisen as to the desirability of different routes through the State. The In straight line efChamber of Commerce which spends seventy per cent of its advertising fects for the most money In the promotion of all the Slate, lias no interest in thcfse controvaried OTHER VALUES $14.75 to $44.75 versies because It maintains an Inby part, formation bureau of its own which blouse backs and owes allegiance to no Individual, company or faction, but give out The sleeves include the new V and A other innovations. road information Impartially. 3 We are not concerned with petty things. In Dolman effect. both and more sport See the styles. We are trying to build Utah. Th" formal modes. State and its riches are so hz that they will ride down all faction opposition for the good of all."' II5. 745-Sto- AT THE THEATRE F00IE IFf jTi jjj re We Say It All marked in plain figures for easy choosing. 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Her part in "Rolling Home," Denny's latest Universal .starring picture, i3 her fourth appearance with the popular farceus within the last eight months. The other productions were "What Happened to Jones," "Where Was I" and "111 Show ' You The Town." The latest production will be he feature attraction at the Venice Saturday night. To miss Mark Twain's "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" he Fox special production at the Venice, Sunday evening, js as serious a loss as to miss reading the book. Regarded as Mark Twain's master piece, this gem of humor is immensely popular in all parts of the world. A new kind of motion picture film 's was used in photographing "The Vanishing American," Z'ane Grey's final epic of the red man, which comes to the Venice Monday and Tuesday. The eract nature of the secret is withheld. Richard Dix, Lois Wilson, Noah Beery and Malcolm McGregor are featured in the leading roles of the production. The Richard Barthelmess company made a special trip to Florida to film scenes of "Soul Fire," the screen adaption of Martin Brown's drama of a young genius, "Great Music," which comes to the Venice Wednesday and Thursday. Accompanying Barthelmess was John S. Robertson, the director; a number of players, including Bessie Love, Arthur Metcalfe and Otis Harlan, and a technical staff. Para-mount- 3 Our Message of Fashion and Economy so-call- ed west-coa- f Women Know Our Great 745 Store -- 4 n Savings THEIR PERFECT STYLE st Countless m JO ONE MAN MAY BUY A PAIR OF SHOES FOR ANOTHER FOR THEIR COMFORTABLE FIT EACH GETS WHAT BOTH SEEK and LONG WEARING QUALITY BESIDES IF THEY ARE "WALK-OVERS- " . II fir Ka. $2475 The Toggery f .