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THE PUCE NOTIFIED OF Mr. niid Mrs. A. Letter From ' iff NEPHI. UTAH. S. OF BURIAL J. Uowcra Kereive Iteret Newt Cor- respondent at Ijondon, England, Giving Thein the Name and rinoe of Sou's Grave. .11 fe5 TIMES-NEW- fr -- nr-rW J. Cowers, of this city, received a letter this week from the Deseret News correspondent at London, England, giving them the name of the place and brief partic ulars of their son's last resting place in France. The letter follows: "Dear Mr. end Mrs. Oowers: Answering your letter of Novem ber 29. 1918 (acknowledged receipts from London, December 20, 1918) after delay the U. S. General Head quarters In France has sent me the following Special Report to London the exact wording herewith given: Mr. and Mrs. A. J $ i II 1 "Yon little raar.il played along the way. didn't you? Kept grandma waiting ! Oh wed, it all imhu because v m- BAKING POWDER rvS rth wailin for. Alwayi wrl- It's right. r shirk Hi work. Nrvcr f.nla. 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O. . fold by all lrureita. for constipation. lialla Family l'tila Mf' i painni and Htate aforeamd will uav the iuiii I'Ol.f.AUS for aurh auirrn inn rrinnoi oe H ALL'S CATAKIlH frank j. cheset. mf.kicim;. fiw.irn to before me and eurnrrlbed In ? 111 B I!- , II K. M n." J Nephl. Utah I Bl jlifJjj II 2wS. , ' Ml! 1 Lee L. g Shoe-RaLm- Haker Claude F. Daker Baker & Baker at Iaw Ito-pnlrl- njt va nrinf nttar CITY Center St. Provo, Utah Elks liuilding. Eureka. Utah 108 W. I Wrappers. Live llupueulmca Guliiered lty Ibe I'lty Editor of The Xiiue-XeUurliitf 1'aMt Week. t'eraoniU Meniiou of Arrival uud leptrture of Nephiteaj. 1 1 life mmm w ' v'). n v ,.r Yl u Wp hu."-wi- about smokes, Prince Albert to a ioyhandout standard ill! it lavishes that smokehappiness on just if iiiiii (iiiiir iiiii iitiiui iiirtini every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new Get it straight that what you've hankered for in pipe or cigarette makin's smokes youll find aplenty in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! i'n, You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process! 1 You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat cards and wofidcr why in samhill you didn't nail a the 1;section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care i to remember back! 1 mimiiii ( TALK 1 ft Ah J! - 4 IE U.S. tnMMilikKMCa Bay Prmr Alhtrt mrywtire tnttnrtn il tolj. Toppj reaf eera. tidy reef frne, hmJmnmt poind and half pound tin htmtdnrt mnd -- thrti crver, procttrat pound tryttai gloat AaeWjof wilh pongo ec f condition. inoitltntr top that ktmpt tho tobocco m tmch R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., a" jlMl,,k ,w,?-'- M Ts Mrs. Ortou Durham went to Lynn- dyl Wednesday, for a few days visit with friends. Mrs. Neil Suheem came down trout Murray on Monday al'loruoou s train, for a few days' visit In Neylil. Wiu. Corbtt, of l'rovo, was visit ing frieilda in Nephl Sunday, return ing to nla home Monday luornlug. J. W. Ellison, Sr., went over to he Mautl Friday morning, where will visit with his daughter, Mrs. George Chrlsteusun. Mr. aud Mrs. Samuel Love, of Delta, Utah, formerly otd iiiue resi dents of this city, were Nepal visit ors Saturday and Sunday. The oiork visited the home of Mr, aud Mrs. Henry 1'aiuler Saturday morning, and was unusually gener ous, leaviug a fine baby girl aud boy. Mr. aud --Mrs. Goo. Ostler were paa- seugers on yesterday morning's train Mr. Ostler going to Faysou, while Mrs. Ostler will go on to Sail Lake tor a visit with relatives. Mrs. K. E. Grover loft yusterduy for Sail Lake, where she will attend the L'outerence of ouiuu C'uairmuu o( the Stale Liberty Loan Committee. 1. J. Douuer, of Eureka, aud Os car Audrus, of Mammoiu, were over lo Nephi Weduusduy. atleuumg a meeting of the County Commission Before the European war started this country borrowedtoheavily from ILurope secure means for commercial . and industrial expansion. Now the United States must supply capital not only for its own needs but for other nations also. Saving's are capital. Thrift is the cause of capital. Insure your own future by aiding in the production of capital. One Dollar Starts an Account I NEPHI NATIONAL BANK II I TO ALL OUR PATRONS I IVK WISH TO ANMH'NCK THAT i l. I.1VF, OF VK NOW C.1HI1V A n M'fSAIt. ;itM'F.ltlK. INCI.llMVfS YOI H WANTS l CAN SI I'PLV IN THIS KFSPF.IT WITH ALL THF. lltMb LIVE LtVAN NhWb Need of Capital I.ATI'ST ItKANDS. PACKAliK I iM)DS. orn Kullre Conuuunily Mourus Death of Mla LUuu Fainter, Duuiililcr uf Sir. and Mr. Charles l'uiiiltr, UUu Died Saturday From Influenza. Funeral Services Were Held on Monday clash mkats akk hh;h KNOWN TIIKCH lillOt T THE C1TV. VK lll'Y THF. KF.ST lUJTAINA- iii.i:. Market, Nephi, Utah City Meat IJAKKKTT, PKOPKIKTOK r.KO. John Grant lefl Sunday for Colo rado. A baby girl was born Friday, to Mrs. Fred Stephenson. Mrs. Grant, of American Fork, visiting her daughter in Levau. W. Mr. McMullln, ot .Nephl. has been most of thin week on busi ness. Mrs. Anna Koford, of American Fork. Is visiting her daughter this week. The Influenza is still prevalent. but the town authorities believe ll is now well under controL Klndloss Jacobtion has returned this week, from Florida, where he has been In the service of Lncle bam. The Marriage of Miss Delva Dallon to Mrs. Geo. W. Price, of Tremoulon, blah, look place In Sail Lake City liul week. Miaa Kdua. Painter, daughter ol Mr. and Airs. Charles Fainter, uieu Saturday from influenza. The fun eral mum held Monday, but on account no r tha auara.nlina refutations, public services could bo held. NO lUJiT .NO E There la no Deace aud little rest for the one who suffers from a in back, and distressing urinary dis orders. Nephl people recommena Doan s Kidney Pills, lie guided by their experience. Mrs. D. M. Miller, Nephl, says: 1 have had more or leas kidney trouble for a number of years, mj back over my kidneys pained me so severely at times 1 was pretly baa off. Dlack spoU often appeared be fore my eyes. 1 was terribly ner vous and so restless at bight I could not any sleep. 1 used different remedies, but Doan's Kidney1 Pills have proved so satisfactory that always relied on them dunce Uieas attacks. Doan have always given me prompt and effective relief. Mrs. .Miller gave the above eta lenient on September 4, 107, and on April 6, 117, she said: "It la seldom 1 need a kidney remedy now, but at times colds cause a slight disorder. I use Doan's Kidney Pills right away and get the same good ranlts as ever." Price Cue. at ill dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get For Abstracts of Titles -- SEE- AS 0 COMPANY We Pay Special Attention to All Work in Connection With Leases, Mortgages, General Conveyance ALL. Bt'KIXKHS MTKUTLY IXJNFI DF.NTIAI, Office Goldsbrough Bdg. Over Postoffice Manager T. C Winn. STAi STILL AT THE OLD gt - huh,. 'aai'Hl WtW-'- w I'F-aC- F ttjj aitS)eamiw NEWS ITEMS In Lev an Attorneys and Counxelora I'.e- -t of Onk Tnn Inllicr I ,.rI In All Repair Work Done lly t's. Our l'ricee For Defy All Competition. Very WW-- NEPHi "Sersreant N. Ray Oowers, Num ber 2261699. Co . M. S62 United States Infantry, (Nephi. Utah) died of woundg received In action October Hurled October 5, 1918 5. 1918. Cemetery Just east of Grave Number 4. Marked by cross with identification tag attached." Earl "The above Is signed by Boothe, Adjutant General, and is reliable. This Is all the Information obtainable, unless you chance to meet some of his comrades after they return to Nepal. Notify rela tlves Interested, and your local editor might like a copy of this let ter In order to mention your son s location, etc. My kindest regards to Mr. Will Hoyt, (County Clerk at Nephl) who kindly sends ni a copy of Sunday Herald and Sunday Trib er. Have made para. une, occasionally. George W. Garrett left tor Salt eranh for Deseret News. Lake yesterday, where he wwill meet "With sympathy In your loss and his brother. Samuel, wliu ill arrive regretting the U. S. Government's in Salt Lake C'uy that day from report was not more in detail, but France. much better and more detail than Mr. aud Mrs. W. A, Mullikeu aud dozens of others I have written about family, of Frovo. visited with rela I remain, tives in Nephl Monday, aloppiug olt Sincerely, here on their return from Los AnPERCY PEUCYVAL London Correspondent of Salt geles, where they had been eujoyiug a vacation. Lake City Deseret News. Shelby Candluud relumed home I wirih to lease my 320 Acre Home Wednesday, having been released stead, situated about two miles from from the service. Mr. Candlaud was Salt Lake Route Railway, at Mills, m some of the hardest fighting ot tue Juab County. Utah. Virgin soil. No war. .being attached lo tao Held ar Good, proven wheat tillery In France. Improvements. --Make an offer. Address land. Frank llrough, who has been In Richard K. Holohan. No. 7066 Haw the Naval Service for the pusl year, thorne Avenue. Hcllywood. Calif. being sialioned at San Fraucisco, has oeen discharged, and has accept State of Ohio. City or Toledo. ed a uosiliou vmli the Federal Re a. L.uraa County. serve Bank, at Salt Lake Cily. Frank J. C'lu riey n.ukee oath that ! la avnlor oartner of Ilia firm of F. J Cheney ft Co.. doing buatneaa In the City Rols-Chlpem- in J 1VE ptf Winston-Sale- m, N. Doan's Kidney Pills the same Mrs. Miller bad. Foster-Miibur- n Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y, PROBATE AND SUAH0IANSH1P that Co. NOTICES I'on.nlt County I1rh of the Further appetite hlgnera f irm.t ion. fr ll.T Au.t. A .lt IUKNINI1 IM P. AND AHF. PKFPAKFD TO TAKF, I tFTTF.lt THAN WANT l AKi; OF VOI "It K.VF.It ItFI'IMtK. Prepare For Spring II WF, tot It OI.lt PMtWS ItF PAHlr It HF.FOKK THF. IU SII OF MPKIMi HOIIK IttMMF.NI IJi. Horse Shoeing a Specially WF, HAVF. A I FHTIFK HttllSK SHftFINfJ. ATF. Foil NOTH l; TO IT.FDITOKS Estate of K.pbraitn H. Kay, Creditors will present rlalms, with vouchers, to the undersigned at her rMir)pnre at Mons, Juab County, State of IMah. on or before the JUth d. day of April, A. D. 1919. KM MA K. KAY, Adminifiratri of ht Ktsle of Fphraim H. Kay, DeMd. Wm. A, C. Hryan. Aitornpy for Alminisitriirit. C WF, iMVK KF.IH Flrt pnb. FPh. pub. March 21, 21, 11. 111. t-- !lil!l!llll!l!!l!llll!liail!!!lii:il!!lll!!!l!!!ia Ira T. Boyiiton S3 rxr.