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THE PAGE EIGHT ALLEN'S CASH STORE DEC. 9 & 10 SPECIALS 15c Fancy Xmax Mix; CANDY. Per Pound SOAP CORN Crystal '49 Brand 3 25c Can for 10 White 23c Bars PORK & BEANS, QUART CANS, 5 POUND BOX CHOCOLATES, Assorted TREE TEA. , POUND PACKAGE 85c 23c COCOA OATS Qua ker or Checkr Brands BISHOPS 15c POUND Package 55 oz. package MINCE MEAT, Extra Good Quality, 2 13c pounds 25c Lamb Chops Sliced Bacon Eastern Sugar Cured SHOULDER 1 10c POUND Local and Social Ruh Bealey Mis 1 15c POUND Young and Tender 1 POUND 10c 1 9c POUND Get Your Christmas Tree Now. Just Arrived WE BUY BEEF, PORK, VEAL, MUTkON & EGGS RADIO PROGRAMS FOR DECEMBER ARE ANNOUNCED BY STATE AG. COLLEGE LOGAN The Utah State Ag- ricultural College broadcasts over radio station KSL every Monday and Wednesday 12:15 to 12:30. The presentations are given by mem- vations From First Year Poultry Record Keeping Work." Dec. 21 Joseph R. Jensen, "Fireside Entertainment" Dec. 26 Christmas program. Dec. 28 President E. G. Peterson, "Facing the New Year." all bers of the College faculaty, specialists in their respective fields The talks are given on subjects of special Interest to farmers and housewives In Utah and the country. Free copies of talks will be sent ofupon request to the Information ColMrs. Peter B. Peterson of Levan fice. Utah State Agricultural is visiting this week at the home of rethe for lege, Logan. Programs include the her daughter, Mrs Lester H. mainder of December following addresses: ." Dec. 21 Joseph R. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs.- Bernell Gowers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gowers A. Pedersen, "Holiday Dec. 14n. mother, Mrs. Olive Anderson, In Readings." - Moroni. Dec. 19 Carl Frischnecht, .Obscr- Local - Social "Fire-Meats- ANDERSON HJNERAL HOME FOR THOSE WHO CARE QUALITY UNEXCELLED SERVICE PRICE AMBULANCE SERVICE Nephi, Utah 94 West Third North Phone 168 (SHAM EH among Miss Blanche Burton and Miss Verla Jorgenson of Provo spent the week-en- d here, guests of Miss Burton's mother, Mrs T. H. Burton. Mrs. Paul K. Walker is visiting in Manli this week with her mother, Mrs. Joseph Munk. Hanson will spend the in Salt Lake City vislrt-ln- g Miss Alice with relative. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs and family motored to Salt Lake Cltly Saturday. The following students were chosen as honor students for the second term, from the Juab 8take Seminary: Reva Chrlstensen, Levan. 100 per cent; Beth Hobbs, Nephi, 98 per cent: Afton Garrett, Nephi, 98 per cent: Hazel Ingram, Nephi. 98 per cent; Venice Chrlstensen. Levan 97 97 per cent: Margaret Crapo, Nephi, 97 per cent; Nelda Cowan, Nephi, 97 per cent; Faye Shepherd, Levan, 97 per cent; Isabell Bodell, Nephi, Students 97 per cent. receiving honorable mention were: Wllmer Leah Brough, Harnett, Dorothy Douglas, Claudia Falrbourn, Dorothy Johnson, from Nephi and Norma Taylor, Lucille Anderson, Fay Jackman of Levan and Kathryn Kay of Mona. Summary of Report By Carl Frischnecht Assistant Extension Poultryman The summary of the Utah Poultry record keeping project issued recently by the extension service at the Utah State Agricultural college Indicates that the poultry population of the state has been consid erably reduced during the past year. In October 1931 the size of the average flock in the state, as reflect ed by the 192 reports that were received, was 902.9 birds, compared with an average of 772.9 birds In 208 flocks in October 1932. This Is a decrease of 254.0 birds per flock or 15.9 per cent. The decrease In number of chickens in the state Is furthur shown by the change that has taken place In the carlot shipments of eggs from Utah during the same period from October 1931 to September 1932 in comparision with the same period a year earlier. Only 777 carloads of eggs have been shipped out of Utah during the past poultry year, compared with a total of 1127 carloads of eegs shipped last year. This represents a decrease of 350 carloads; or 210.000 cases; or 6,300,000 dozens or 75.600,000 eggs. The summary also shows that the average egg production in October 1931 was 8.1 eggs per hen, while In October 1932 It was only 7.8 eggs per hen. Inasmuch as the weather in October was Ideal for egg production In Utah, the decrease this year Is due no doubt to the fact that fewer pullets were raised and a greater percentage of old hens, that usually molt at this time of the year, are being carried over Into the laying pens. Additional items that show a decrease In October 1932 compared with the same month a year ago are the percent of the birds that died from prolapus and accident and the percent of cooperators that were weighing marked birds. The average egg production from the pullet flocks In October, com pared with that received from the hen flocks is also interesting Thirty-four flocks containing an average of 394 hens produced an average of only six eggs per hen as compared with an average of 11 eggs per pullet in 22 flocks containing an average of 563.2 pulletts. Copies of the October poultry keeping summary, which contains additional information, may be secured by writing the Extensloin ser- vce of the Utah State Agricultural College at Logan, Utah. They'd Like To Hear Your Members of your family, relatives or friends in other would be happy to see you If you could drop in for a visit today. Perhaps you may not even see them during the holiday season. Each SILVEE MAPLE SEHViCE Telephone? It's easy to call just give "Long Distance" the out - of - town telephone number the name under which it listed. You'U be there in minute. The operator will glad to tell you the rate. or is a be The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Company SERVICE Bring your car, regardless of make, to us for a complete check-uOur thoroughly experienced mechanic will Inspect it for wearing parts that will cause you trouble and expense. Check your grease, oil, battery, generator or whatever else that may need attention, absolut ely free. You will not be obligated in any way. We merely wish to be of service. Do it today. JITY MOTOR CO. CHRISTMAS TREES, $1.00. Phone 106. DRESSMAKING 50c. 75c and PHONE 81. FOR RENT STEAM HEATED APARTMENT FORREST HOTEL Candy Sale "58". Good condition, good EXCEPTIONAL Good family car. it quick. BUY 1925 Chrvsipr tires CITY MOTOR CO. see o LISTEN: If the Gee De thipf my gas in front of Lynn Carter's resiaence Monday night will return the eas tank can T il itnnrp. ciat It. It's damn hard to get a- notner that will fit. RICHARD INCORE. box. Also 2. lb cello- phane bags of Xraas Mixed Candy for 25c. You'll appreciate the high quality and low price. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all who assisted in any manner at the illness, death and funeral of our dear son and brother, Ralph. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wilson & Family Tree Tea o Santa is Waiting For All BOYS and GIRLS He's fat and he's jolly, and he's just waiting- for a chance to talk to good little boys and girls who want to tell their secret wishes to him. He has a supply of everything-- too, a bag- chock full of toys mechanical ones, constructive ones, artistic ones and games and dolls and everything a kiddy could hope for. Mothers will find excellent selection and most moderate prices here. , Week-en- d guests at the home of Mrs. J. L. Belllston Included her son, Allen and George Dlumentl. students at the Wasatch Academy, In Mount Pleasant. OR SKAGGS STORES "A SURETY OF PURITY" Mrs. A. H. Here - Local and Social One half pound packages of Japan Green Tree Tea will sell Saturday for only 25c per package. It isn't often you can buy Tree tea so cheap. Take advantage of this opportun ity. - Belllston was in Provo Saturday attending a meeting of the B. Y. U. Faculty Women's Or ganizatlon. Mabel D. Christison ronntv lnns. H. Vickers. conntv nlerlr and Ralph Brough former cashier of the NeDhi National Rank, vjptp in Salt Lake City Monday, attending a session or tne federal court. urer: J. Named for Amnion The regular monthlv meetlne of Ammonia, one of the most Impor county Commission will be tant of the alkaline liquids, once Juab held Fridav. December 9. at the was known as hartshorn from the county court house at Nephi. Rou fact that It could be prepared from tine business will be transacted, and name The horn. of the shavings any special business that may come ammonia was In all probability de before the board. rived from the fact that the Special meetings to which all lad ies of the community are invited, will be held Monday evening and Tuesday, with Mrs. Lottie Esplin To Stir Up Interest and Miss Ellen Agren, U. S. A. C. If you are languid and take no In extension workers, asthe speakers. hundred borrow In terest On Monday evening a meeting Is things, dollars and you will learn a new scheduled In the city hall at 7:30. meaning of Interest. Florida Times- Tuesday afternoon the Relief So cieties of the three wards will meet Union. conjointly In the Tabernacle. Miss Agren's subject will be "Clothing and Christmas Gifts." Mrs. Esplin will discuss "Home Literature." chemical was manufactured temple of Ammon. m PEP GOOD MILL RUN, $11.50 TON. Smaller quantities 55c sack OUR POULTRY FEEDS ARE OP THE BEST QUALITY & PRICES RIGHT Juab County Mill & Ele. C The large size package of Quick Quacker Oata will be priced at You'll 13c Saturday. agree that this is quality at half price. CQOD iff SOUTH WARD PRIMARY JUNIOR CHRISTMAS DANCINO PARTV DEC. 23 AT THE ARMORY HALL. Candy lovers will appreciate our prices on Candy Saturday. We will sell S lb. boxes of Home Style Chocolates for 55c and 1 lb boxes of Home Stlye Chocolates for 20c per Specialist Gives ANNOUNCING NEW ENTIRELY GOOD COAL AT $6.50 PER TON delivered, at NeDhl or Levan Frank Phlllinson. Trucking als done. Phone 360. Quaker Oats o Why Not Drop in by TESTED AND CLEANED Ground Beef can be bought at to cheap a price as 9c per pound or 3 pounds for 25c; yet that will be our price all day SaturIf you prefer day. Ground Round Steak you may buy it at 10c per pound. We will have a large supply of Beef Suet at 7c per pound. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Glazier in Salt Lake City over the A FEW TONS OP WANTED BARLEY Juab Co. Mill Si Ele. Co. p. that 1932 8. CLASSIFIED AN Ground Beef It Isn't often Voice Today The proper grade of WINTER OIL insures good lubrication and easy starting in cold weather. Saturday our market kU Beef Pot RoaU cut from fancy (rain fed Bi.br Beef for 10c per pound. Pot Roast cut from regular beef will sell for 7c per pound.. This trade of rot KoasU ia excellent for the mince of makinf meat. Brisket Boiling Beef will sell for 5c per pound. will Dec. Thursday. NEPHI, UTAH. Pot Roasts 7c and 10c lb. Judge Joshua Greenwood of Salt Lake City was a guest at the home of his dauiihter, Mrs. Hyrum Brough in this ctty Monday. Pork Chops Beef Pot Roast Poultry LEAN LOIN was Salt Lak'j City visitors on Monday and Tuesday of this week. week-en- d 10c TIMES-NEW- S, Monday will be our great Christmas opening day. All kinds of useful presents will be on display. Toys of all kinds ; Suits for boys at reduced prices; Ties, shirts, scarfs, sox, gloves, handkerchiefs all you need for ueful gifts. Nephi Merc. Co. Nephi, Utah Phone 18 at the mmm pis GIVES RECIPE When the frost is on the ground where the "punkins" were and the family's porker has been salted down or smoked and Is awaiting the cook s hand, then is the season THE GOLDEN WEST" for the proverbial apple to keep the doctor away, says Elna Miller, with extension nutritionist of the state GEORGE O'BRIEN college of Agriculture. Then Miss Miller proceeds to tell some of the ways to use apples in SATURDAY the concoction of appetizing dishes BARGAIN DAY Since pork has been mentioned, the following combination of fried ap "RAXETY RAX" ples ana bacon has an appeal: Victor McLaglen select good tart apples. Peel and Greta Nissen cut In one Inch cubes. Fry the bacon In a heavy skilllt. As soon as the slices of bacon are crisp, remove them and drain on a clean ONLY SUNDAY tc William Kay brown paper and keep In a warm Leave about cup FRANCIS place. POWELL of bacon fat in the sklllit and fill It In up with the apples. Sprinkle on ONE WAY PASSAGE two or three tablespoons of sugar. Apples fried in this way require a 111116 more sugar than ordinary ONLY fried apples. Cover the apples. Cook MONDAY 25c ALL SEATS slowly until tender. Remove the and turn the apples gently "Our Scarlet Daughters" cover so the pieces will keep their shape witn Let them brown slightly. They Helen Foster then almost transparent. Place on (This picture is not a hot platter and surround them Recommended for Children) with the crisp bacon. Here is another Interesting com THUR. bination with apples and cabbage: WED. TUES. 2 quarts shredded cabbage Richard BARTHELMESS 1 quart sliced apples In 2 to 4 tablespoons butter 1 teaspoon sugar "Cabin in the Cotton" 2 teaspoons salt with 1 cup buttered bread crumbs DOROTHY BETTE Oil a baking dish. Make a layer JORDAN & DAVIS of cabbage, then of apples. Sprinkle with sugar, salt and dot with butter. Repeat until all the Ingredients NEXT WEEK IS are used. On the last layer, place the buttered crumbs. Cover and REVIVAL WEEK bake until the cabbage and apples An Xmas Week of Real are tender. Remove the top of the Show Values baking dish so the crumbs can be browned. Serve from the dish. TODAY PRICES 10c and 15c ZANE GREY'S 15c Fortune Shoes For Men $3-- 5 one-four- th For the first time, a Goodyear Welt Hunting Boot, made of full grain elk, carrying a full length double sole with gusset tongue, is offered in this grade shoe. This is a 16 inch boot and made over the Government last with a pattern that has been tried out thoroughly, and will give a very excellent fit around the ankle. This boot should sell at much higher price.