PAGE FOUR THE EE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI. UTAH S, TheTimes.News Friday, November 11, 1927. Local News Published Every Friday by the Times. News Publishing Company. A. B. GIBSON, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: - Six Months One Year - B. M. Preacott. traveling Service agent lor the Union Pacific System, with headquarters in Los Angeles, was in Nephi Tuesday and Wednesin the Interest of his company. ' $1.00 day $2.00 W. J. Cole, Claude Lomax, and Eugene Gadd were in Logan, Utah, last Saturday and enjoyed the ARMISTICE The Savings Of The People " no I Lalnd Carting, lriver Arrive at Nephi Going North Monday Going South 12 Utah Secret Disclosed The reason you don't weadiamonds with your pearls is that they scratch so. No matter how long and heavy your rope of pearls may be they look horrid all diamond scratches. Worn on's Home Compnnlnn. PLASTER HAS NO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In the World NEPHI PLASTER and MFG. COMPANY t- - In the mean time visit our Temporary Home " in the basement. - We are here to serve. Nephi Drug Company Stops Coughs "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL USE NEPHI ir. -- in 10 A. M. Arrive at Nephi noon Inquire at the Venice Cafe. Nephi, Utah 1 - Geo. D. Haymond, Owner. Fed-numb- er culture. STAGE LINE Is Nearing Completion fitting way; let us rejoice; but let P. B. Cowan. Mrs. us not forget our fallen sons who J. W. Ellison. Mrs. E. R Fnrroat I gave their all, that you and might Mrs. E. M. Greenwood. Mrs. G. R. live in peace, harmony and happi Judd, Mrs. S. B. McCune, Mrs. Den ness nis Wood, Mrs. Sisson Chase. Mrs. Jos. E. Irons, Mrs. Sadie Cazier, Mrs. Utah Farmers Get Soace In I" M' F00'6' Mrs- Harry Fot-m. Mrs.j. Ddiueu, ivirs. uiarI . t iiauunw Bureau newspaper idge, Mrs. Leah Evans, Mrs. Owen Mrs. Boswell, Katherine Bowles. Mrs. George McCune, Mrs. B. S. agricultural enter Rupp. prise as exemplified by Utah or ganizations are held out as examples to American farmers of the success that is possible under the In Five Minutes plan in the "Utah edition of the Met, rljf ""THE first spoonful brine Bureau Farmer." relief. Breaks up Chest This publication, official organ of Colds, relieves Hoarseness, Hacking: and Sore Throats, the American Farm Bureau icREO-ito Utah's .organized II LVFruefll Creo-Lypt- us devotes half the current i agri-eration, SALT LAKE ... fcJ' start here today. 3 TO 'r " ' '. Firs! National FILLMORE Bfc"n. engaged mo us ueriormeu That was nine years ago. On ey. luuulaa Friday, Nov. 11, 1927. all nations will again pay tribute to those who The. Ladies Literary club met in , made Armistice Day. We have not , i ' " ' 1 forgotten nor shall we easily foracung as we owe to those who . rtebt eet the . Z . nostess . . The program was as fol- i towB- - vocal Mrs. Alice Crapo sol. anrt nf Htv Tn . . , (l ("run tm n in1 iii . 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H. was which waging between thirtyt0 Jf8'er ' Ken- eight of the civilized countries of the world and ending the greatest con' uimuiiu, uluu ana miss r ranees Smyth of Fountain Green. The flict which men have ever j'6" Nephi foot- ball game. Mr. Cole visited with relatives while in the Cache valley town. DAY savings bank depositors Our New This is in accordance with a program to give each state bureau part of one edition. The number pays especial tribute to M. Shirley Winder, former secretary of the Utah bureau, recently chosen national secretary. It also recognizes that Utah gave the bu reau Frank Evans who from be-ing the state bureau's attorney was chosen counsel for the national or- Palatable combination of Creosote and Eucalyptus, recomended for children and adulta by physciant and personal property situated in Levan Precinct, Juab County, Utah, everywhere. 1 rerMeBy of Lot Three (3), Block Fifty-fiv- e (55), of Plat "A", Levan Survey of Townsite Lots, together with And also one improvements. in THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DIST all RICT COURT IN AND FOR JUAB share of stock of the Levan Irrigation Company, (represented by COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH. ganization. GARFIELD TRADING COMPANY. certificate No. 243). Purchase price payable in Lawful Benjamin Brown Is honored in a a corporation. Plaintiff, He 'is the father money of the United States of special article. VS of Utah Poultry Producers, Inc., CAROLINE America. CHRISTINE GUNDER- now doing a two million-dollDated this 27th day of October, SON and J. H. 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