!' r- - V ! 3 tsi i e ( ' w AN AD. IN THE TIMES-NEWBRINGS RESULTS. IT HAS THE CIRCULATION. THE S EVERY HOME IN EAST JUAB COUNTY. BEING A CONSOLIDATION OF THE JUAB COUNTY TIMES The Timet. VoL 9. No. 4. Nephi, AND THE NEPHI CITY NEWS Juab County, Uttb, Fndy, November 2, 1917 The Newt, VoL No. 30 DISIRIGT COURT NOTES WEEKLY HIPFEN- - IS READ IN TIMES-NEW- S DEATH BY ACCIDENTAL OF THE WEEK JUAB COUNTY OVER-SUBSCI- ES OF 6UN DISCHARGE QUOTA JAMES HICKMAN WELL KNOWN CITIZEN OF LEVAN. MEETS DEATH THROUGH ACCIDENT. OF AL DISCHARGE GUN. SHIPS FIRST CAR OF SUGAR BEETS. J. N. SHEPHERD, - TEEN DAMA6E YEARS SENTENCED IN CASE NOW STATE TO. UR! FIF- PRISON. Elll HIDED IN PR06RESS IS UINRItHT, HIED LIIIIS, FIRES URGET FITIU! NFPHI MAKES A RECORD AND BUYS NEARLY StlBUCCT DEI BROTHER, IEII. MASS MEETING WEDNESDAY EVENING, VOTED UNANAMOUSLY TO PETITION GOV. BAMBER-GE- R A most tragic occurance took TO CREATE AN IRRIGATION DISTRICT. dace in Nephi Saturday, when COMMITTEE MAKES A FULL REPORT ON WORK jouis Cartwright, son of Mr. ACCOMPLISHED. PROJECT WILL BE PUSHED. and Mrs. Isaac Cartwright, acci- The Fifth District court has been in session all this week.-Thfirst case to be disposed of at the opening of court Monday was that of James Hickman, who in Missouri some was EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF BONDS. SCHOOL CHILDREN SHOW THEIR PATRIOTISM IN SUB-SCRIBIN- G LIBERALLY. dently shot and killed his younafter escaping from sister here several the county jail years occured here Friday when John If there are any skeptics or doubting Thomases, regarding the ger not Mary14 Emma, ofa young Nephi done herself proud in to while girl receive quite years age. It awaiting N. Shepherd a prominent and ago Levan Ridge water project, they had Utter wake up from their in second formurder he sentence was the that on appears the the Liimrty Loan drive which wealthy merchant of the place Rip Van Winkle and get on the band wagon for things are moving rch in the act of emptying a ended last Saturday. Out of a met death by a shot accidently degree. Attorney Henry Adams, and shaping themselves to bring this project to a successful confor Hickman, had who 22 target gun of some shells total of $83,500 worth of bonds discharged from a revolver he filed appeared summation. j a motion for arrest of when in some unexplained man- purchased on the East side of chanced to pick up from his desk ment and the court after judgevenin the held Tabernacle the mass At Wednesday meeting hearing shell war exploded just as this county, Nephi bought nearly shortly after entering the store the arguments denied the motion ing a full report was rendered by the Chairman of the committee ner a :he girl came out of the house, $80,000. Juab county as a whole, for the days business. At the The defendant was thereupon Mr. Wm in this who matter had hand has during the pre- the bullet entering her neck and oversubscribed the amount alloted Bailey, time of the accident Mr. Shepherd sentenced to 15 years in the State showed that practically all obstacles about $9, 000. The total for the liminary stages, the report causing her death in a short by was alone, his daughter having prison. reto the and as the been overcome had water, . county regards getting being about $209,000. tiir-ejust stepped out to weigh some In the case of the State of port of the engineer who had made the survey was given, showing space of In East Juab county there were The young man is suffering 492 grain belonging to a customer. Utah, vs Thomas Lie wily n, the to be absolutely feasible,; land that nothing stands in applications for the purchase project On returning she discovered her .charged with an from over sad comthe to intensely which shows that the grief of bonds, attempt father in a pool of blood near mit a rape, and which occupied the way of landing the water on the. Levan Ridge only the money affair, and it should serve as a amount is well distributed among to do the work. the desk, her screams soon the time of the court for about solemn warning to other you ng the people. The chairman gave the views of Rr. Lylel, the Government assistance but nothing two dsys, and which was tried xys not to be handling firearms The schools of Nephi showed could be done. Upon the arrival by a jury, resulted in a verdict Reclamation engineer, who went over the ground s few weeks ago around dwelling houses, where their patriotism in a substantial and who was most favorably impressed, and pronounced it one of of Deputy sheiiff P. P. Christen of not guilty being returned. people are moving around and manner in purchasing $300 worth The which in suit C. A. the best irrigation projects in the West at the present time. W. damage big divided as follows. First, Second, Bryan, sen. Attorney may become a victim to carelessA. is the Wotton, Dragon suing Rees an N. J. inquest and Dr. The time has come as was explained at the meeting for the peo- ness at any moment. Tnis Third, and Fourth grades. $50 Con. Mining Co. for personal inFifth and Sixth grade, $50. The the of (leace when by a unanamous vote young girls life was to act and the first step was held by Justice snapped out Seventh Grade $50 and the was commenced yester- ple juries, renderEl W. Peterson; the jury the citizens present by a most (nlhpiirttic ule jemd ike resolu- without a seconds warning, day, and will probably occupy grade $50. The Sopho-moi- e ing a verdect of accidental death the time of the court the remain- tion that will set the machinery in motion that will bring the wa- right on the doorstep of her own EighthClass of the High School, ter to the Levan Ridge, and which $111 make this section, as was lome, bringing untold grief to by the discharge of a revolver in der of the week. and the Student took a $50 bond, stated at the meeting by Mr. Paxmgji, a second Bear River Valley. her parents, and remorse to the the hands of the deceased. Mr. bond. a $50 Body boy, that a life time will not Shepherd who was sixty-fiv- e The following ia the resolution adopted. IN JUD OF THE NEPHI RED Splendid work was done here resident a been has of age years RESOLUTION a number of patriotic citizens of Levan practically his whole Funeral services over the re- by CHAPTER CROSS in so persistently for the working Whereas the people of Juab County (have made a servey of the mains were held in with hiB nw the South success of the Loan in this county proposed canal line leading frflmfh5 Y?iinm&n Reservoir and havfr ward ' meeting house' Monday, parents frorh EngTSTidln the The Nothing was left un&one to bring Nephi Red Cross Chapter ascertained the feasiblty of bringing the waters of said reservoir early days of the settlement. He iB the and house filled was with before the minds of the people badly in need of funds to carry into Juab County, and have made a thorough investigation of the has always been extremely inrelatives and who friends came inthe urgent necessity for purchasdustrious and has accumulated on the work. They have gone water Bupply, and are thoroughly convinced that undertaking is to offer their sympathy to those ing these bonds, that their work considerable means and has been to debt foMnaterial to make ar- very commendable. who had been called so suddenly brought satisfactory results, is ticles the particularly oted for his honest Soldier for the comfort ofNow be Now Juab East of resolved citizens the it evidenced by the splendid subthat therefore, to our and mourn. boys. Hoys, .dealings. He leaves a wife and a in that was obtained here. in to and land owners under order said to raise rest the County proposed money project The opening prayer was given scription large family of children as well We question whether there was deoff have of this state the of State that the debt, pay assembled, they sisters Engineer meeting as a number of brothers, by Alfred 'Stout and words of another town in the State of and grand children to mourn his cided on a series of dances. The Utah be petitioned to recommed to the Governor of the state of consolation were spoken by Bish- Utah, imputation considered, that sudden demise. Funeral services first of which will take place Utah, that he create or cause to be created as Irrigation District op A. H. Belliston and J. E. showed to better advantage in were held Sunday at the Ward next Tuesday evening Nov. 6th, to be known by such name sis Bhnll hereafter be designated, in ac- Lunt The music was furnished this drive. which is election night. The cordance with Chapel the speakers being Bp.N. Chapter 74 laws of Utah 1909 as amended by Chap- by the ward choir,' assisted by this dance will be 50c of P. Rasmussen, and Henry Hend- price HIGH SCHOOL NOTES ter 101 laws of Utah 1913 as amended by chapter 33 lawB of Utah Mabel Gwen who sang The perrickson. Music was furnished by and 10c for extra lady. 1917. That the Governor may take such steps as may be necessary fect day and Miss Lutie Brough I! LEONE INGRAM, REPORTER. the ward choir. Among the out , If you want to help make th e to create the said irrigation district, and. who Oh those tears. sang w ho dry have left their The School is very forof town people in attendance soldier Loya Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be sent to The closing prayer was offered tunate High in getting Dean Leary of were Mrs. Ellen Johnson and homes to fight our battles comhis Excellency the Governor, and one copy thereof to the Honour- by W. G. Bird. The floral offer- Law Samuel Johnson of Sandy, Peter fortable, you will surely make a Department of U. of U. to able State Engineer of the state of Utah. ings were beautiful and profuse. give a talk in Devotional ExerAmtoft of Provo, Arnold Amtoft special effort to attend this dance cise Friday from 1 o'clock till of Centerfield and Ear i Shep- and show by your presence, your Dated at Nephi City Utah, this 31st day of Oct. 1917. Wm. 2cock. It is the intention of the Chairman who to our are thus herd and family of Salina, Bailey, boys loyalty FUNERAL SERVICES HELD H. T. student body association to have sacrifice of the Burton, Secretary , greatest The old familiar story a boy making an out of town speaker at least counour their order that livssin in accordance with the Irrigation This resolution was passed and a match came near causing once a month. Mr. Leary being in. live be safe to District law passed at the last session of the Utah. Legislature, a costly fire here Tuesday. A try may Impressive funeral services the first this year. He will also o and is the first step to be taken in putting this project into definite were held Sunday in the Tabersmall boy near the house. Had it the at speak public meeting Frinot been seen by some women Speaking of the work that was shape. When petition has been acted upon by the Governor, it nacle. over the remains of Clyde day evening. near by the blaze would withoyt accomplished by the children be- will be put to a vote of the land owners who come under the Gibson whose death was chronicdistrict, if this vote is favorable the district will then be led in our last issue. Bishop The Student Body met and a doubt have reached the house ing allowed to remain out of collected enough to purchase a and corral, but with buckets they school last week, Mr. Thomas ready to do business and can elect officers, and issue the bonds for Thomas Bailey was in charge of $50 bond. The Sophmores alone succeeded in putting the blaze Broadhead reports that the help the completion of the work. the services, and L. A. Bailey out. hs was able to get, resulted in one That this is the golden opportunity for this valley, any person Sr, offered the opening prayer. purchased a $50 bond two members of the class. Daryl Chase been at thousand bushels of apples get- with an atom of intelligence need not be told. The increased wealth H. C. Anderson has remarks were made and Roger Ingram contributed Consoling 150 of bushels Ely Nevada the past ten days ting picked and that will come to East Juab County, and which has been told in by T. H. G. Parkes, T. D. Rees where he has been visiting rela- potatoes being dug in 4 days, on this paper in other issues need not be repeated now. That the and Bishop Bailey. Music was $15 and $10 dollars. Steps are being taken to orhis farm, and he thinks it was a tives. people of this valley will be back of this project with both feet is furnished by the ward choir, ganize a unit of the Red Cross Word has been received from wonderful benefit to the farm- a foregone conclusion. It is realized that this is a big undertaking and a quartette composed of chapter at the high school. The A. L. Jackman who underwent a ers in getting this help. but fliis is a period of big things, and it is none too big but what it Prof. Carl Nelson, Arthur Pyper, students are very desirous of doMiss Ruth Sperry and Mabel serious operation at Salt Lake can be carried through successfully. their share in any of the ' City Monday that he was doing Mr. and Mrs. Fred McClure Owen, sang, I will go where ing work to the war. pertaining you want me to go dear Lord very nicely. left for California Tuesday where C0NSR1TDUTI0NS RECEIIES Mr. L. P. Anderson sangI know Miss Elease Christensen spent they expect co spend the winter. If you have noticed the High that my redeemer lives. The School students this week you the past week at Oak City visit- Mr. McClure has procured work Utah Lake, Salt took City, home A friends and relatives. wedding pretty closing prayer was offered by have not missed seeing the solen ing with there. 1917 29, Oct when E. Lunt. J. morning Tuesday place The Conwell Players heade and grave look on their faceB. Supt. Ray Stewart and Carl G. M. Whitmore. Miller was Miss Lavern joinec This Those who attended the funer- Especially the Freshmen. by Lew Foote of Nephi, playec Nielson visited the schools Wedin marriage to Mr. A. F. Bracken al Nephi, Utah. is examination week. the Drama 'The Hidden Hand nesday. from town out of W. J. were, and to a crowded house Tuesday Miss Pearl Hanks pleasar.tly Let me congratulate youin the at the home of the brides parents Tregoning, E. Frisby, L. O. Three more students have reT. H. G. Parkes performing the the people ot your county Schofieid, W. Collwell, J. Ellison, gistered for work this week. evening. entertained her lady friends accomplishhave work you ceremony. Both are well known and Miss Belle Laid, of Enreka, Vermel Beck, Grant Allen and Erick Thompson returned from Thursday evening the time being great of the Treasury of this Mias Lizzie Gibson Della Sunday where he haa been spent in music and .games. Re- ed. Secretary asks me to convey among the young people and Mrs, Bernell Gowers. been chie: Wm. bride the McAdoo, having city, Sarah Riches of Salt Lake. oThe special class in Domestic 10 engaged in harvesting beets. served at freshments were to you and your colleagues his operator at the local telephone For the first time in the History clock. Those present were which Miss Blackett has orArt in the splendid exchange for a long rime, while ofJLevan a carload of sugar beets Yinnie Dalby, Louise congratulations Mr.and Mrs.SamuelShaw Jr.& ganized and which is held from achievement you have made. the bridegroom was employed at is being shipped from the town. Shepherd, Maud Francom, Utah totals will be over fifteen the 12 oclock- - daily is atexperiment farm, until he family left this week for Las 10;3 to This is no doubt the beginning Emma Dalby, Ar villa Christen- millions. was appointed to take charge o Vegas Nevada, where they will tracting quite a number of her of a profitable industry here. students. In this class special sen, Emily Mangelson, Misses Clarence Bamberger Coalville experiment station. the A general mass meeting wil Dol res Dalby and Nettie Hat- Chairman make future their of Mr. Com. students are invited to bring home, Loan Liberty After the ceremony they left by Shaw be held here Friday evening for field. a having purchased Utah. big sewing problems of any nature automobile for Coalville, where and are given help in solving purpose of determining the stan ranch We at that underjflace. will make their future home. they them. Old cloths are renovated and the farmers will take in the Irvin Christensen who recently Mrs. Thomas Brough stand that Mr. Thomas Orme, and made over or new dresses Gunnison Reservoir project re- went to Camp Lewis, Wash, has daughter Selma returned home Their many friends wish them and of happi- has purchased the home of Mr. made. All girls are invited to the joy transferred bondbeen Utah greatest has the a with of to visit weeks the lative forming Friday after a life. Shaw in Nephi.in join this class. district. Battery at Linda Vista California. Mrs. W. A. Mulliken at Provo. ness their journey through A most heart rending tragedy months ago, ed was-take- n e. - - - irri-gati- - oh - UlLER-RllCR- Llee-dam- a ing EI es - '