THE TIMES-NEW- S, LOCAL NEWS WesAl Largest Savings Deposits ntermountain ID latest financial statement ot this comNovember 28, reflects a condition issued pany, of solid stability. With a tota' ot savingi 9,206,712.38, this bank deposits aggregating A Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Forrest, and Luclle Forrest, visited in Salt Lake Saturday and Sunday. Bargain For Ford Car O wners Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kellerstrass of Provo spent Sunday in Nephi the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kendall. now has the largest savings record ever reached We will furnish the following material and labor, and make your car as good as new for and Mrs. Edwin Brown or Salt Lake were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L. Belliston. in the intermountain country. Mr. December 20 the bank will pay its 126th consecutive dividend strong evidence of th On i tkt ZionIs Savings Bank "'"""'TuT' $44.00 Rollo Orme, came dwon from Salt Lake Tuesday and will spend the Xmas Holiday here. safety of depositing savings here. ia all W. J. B. IN SILK TOPPER We have a bargain on a touring car which has been used but very little. Its a bargain call and get terms Grace Garage Company. The Witk Dcroaitora NEPHI, UTAH. Miss Pearl Warren, returned home Sunday after visiting in Provo the past week. i Salt Lake City. Utab Let us print your Christmas Cards for you. We have a nice selection for you to choose from. The 1 a reeduction of 20 per cent from 1 1 Did you ever see William Jennings Bryan In a high silk hat? The photographer caught him in one as he was entering Continental hall in .Washington for a session of the armament 4 Pistons 4 Piston Pins 2 Rings 3 Main Bearings 2 Timing Gears 8 Valves 3 Cam Shaft Bearings 8 push rods All new Caskets New Oil DELINQUENT TAX LIST Bryan left for Attorney Salt Lake Sunday to attend to some 4 W $26.20 He expects to be Range legal business. Babcock Mining Company Coma ten or week about gone days. pressor, Dynamo and water wheel Tools $100, and air drill $2000. Mrs. Cleo Smith and Miss Flometta Auto $400, Blacksmith shop and Hawkins, ot Salt Lake City, spent compressor room $1750 . ...$111.35 Deseret Mountain Mines Company Sunday in Nephi the guests of Mr. Compressor $800. Office building and .Mrs. Ralph Brough. Tents Bunk house $200. $200. $100. Compressor gas engine, Hoist Mrs. George Booth, and son, left and Tools $2000, total $3300. $84. 46 Sunday for Salt Lake where they will Eighty-EigMine Building $65, Mr. Tools $130, oBarding House, etc. make their home this winter. $6.81 Booth expects to leave here early in Total $260 CotQueen of Sheba Mining Co. January. tage and barn $1560, Engine and $260. Stamp Mill $650, ToJ. M. Thomas, the well known Boiler tal $64.71 $2470 Ne cattle buyer with headquarters in Sea Swan Mining Company Shaft phi, left Sunday morning for Los House $250, Machinery $300, Total Angeles, where he will spend the $550 $14.41 Christmas Holiday with his family, Utah Mine Hoist building $3145, Boarding House $430, Assay office Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Henriod, of $285, Bunk House $430, Store House Garfield, Utah, former residents of $285, Mill building $2000, Gasoline 60 H P $4290, Mining cars this city were made happy last Thurs EngineBlacksmith tools $285, Mill $345, day with the arrival of their first machinery $7000, Automobile truck baby boy. All concerned doing well. $1200. Total $19,695 $516.00 W. A. C. Township 13 South Range 3 East Salt Lake Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make three-yea- r Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before the Clerk of of Distict Court, at Mantl, Utah on the 14th day of January 1922. Claimant names as witnesses: Jasper H. Robertson, Martin Lund, Martin Anderson V M. Coombs all of Fountain Green, Utah. GOULD B. BLAKELY Register Vi Ntt SWOROS OR PIS7bt.S HERE ARC USED FOR TO FISHT WC SCOUR UP OUR WORKING TbOLS EACH aie-SSESIHQL6 NIGHT' fnOK( First publication IF CLEANLINESS Last publication 'He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" want? TO BUILD WELL MEAT MARKET Qeo. January 6th, 1922. Lines to Be Remembered. The flowering of civilization is the finished man, the man of sense, of grace, of accomplishment, of social power the gentleman. Ralph Waldo Emerson. to godliness ur excellent location has helped the Increase of oar business. We purvey the best meats ia a pleasing manner and guarantee honest weights and complete satisWhat more do you faction. Is next CITY Dec. 9nd, 1921. W. Garrett, Prop. Nephi Plaster NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION (Publisher) HAS NO EQUAL Department of the interior The Largest And Purest Natural Deposit of Gpysum In the World. Land Office at Salt Lake City Utah, December 1st, 1921 NOTICE is hereby given that Fountain Charles R. Coombs of Green, Utah, who on October 27 1916 made Homestead entry No. 017342, for SE14SE, Sec 30; U. S. NE-N- NE4, VV4SEtf, NEPHI PLASTER AND MFG. COMPANY Section 31 ... 75c J. W. 37c A Piano or Grafonola Would Make A Life Long Present Add taxes due 45c Whimpy, Louis W. Add taxes 25c due BreuM, Pteer Add taxes due. 97c Werrett, Samil Add taxes due 60c Werrett, Wm. Add taxes due 16c Leavitt, Bert Add taxes due .15c Dixon, W. E. Add taxes due .45c Naylor, llyruui Add taxes due.. Peterson, Lewis Wo Carry the best line of string and band instruments, including the famous Buescher Simson, C. E. Smith, Also Violins, Banjos, Guitars, Mand- L. B. Evans, Uel C. Wing, Murray Simson, W. II. olins, Ukulules, Music Rolls, Etc. Add taxes due. Add taxes due. . 22c Add taxes due. 60c Add taxes due. . . 45c And notice is hereby given that unless the delinquent taxes, together with the pnalty, ar paid ebefore the 21st day of December, A. D. 1921, the real property upon which such taxes, are a lien will be sold for taxes, with the penalty, are paid before the property as is held by the county under certificate of tax sale, beginning on said date at the front door of the County Court House, In Nephi City, Juab County, Slate ot Utah. Od THIS BEAUTIFUL GKAKONOLA AND II I08.50. RECORDS FOR ONLY . , SMALL PAYMENT DOWN AND 12 MONTHLY MKNTS I, Ida Hi. v,cut V I. to iin record us Imblm,; mini limit the mi mi Of an old Iii(.'k,v. The in si' wn Of a teminl w ho luni ilixrenilfil iiimiic to vacate property, ihe IniKxy was drawn tip within a Klmrt iliunn-- of the house In question and the trial PAY- - Buyy ON BALANCE. Ancient Music Exclusive ROBT. LOMAX Judd Garage j under and by virtue ot Sections 3773 and 3774 of the Compiled Laws of Utah 1917, and for the purpose of satisfying the lien of the Grace Garage Company on said automobile in the sum of $290.23, together with TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN . the costs of said sale, said sum being for labor bestowed, alterations, and made, and materials furnishrepairs on that Notica is hereby given ed and for its compensation in garTuesday the 20th day of December for and safe keeping A. D. 1921 at the hour or iz.uu aging careing the said automobile after completion front the said of m at o'clock day of said services aforesaid. door of the County Court House In Dated at Nephi City, Juab County, of State Juab County, City, Nephi Utah this 8th day of December A. D. at sell will Utah, the undersigned 1921. public auction the following described property to wit: GRACE GARAGE COMPANY A seven passenger touring btuae- By C. H. Grace Manager baker Automobile 1916 model Serial First publication Dec. 9 1921. Number 607773. Said auction and sale will be made Last Publication Dec. 16 1921 Measured Rainfall. iiicHsiirciiii'iilM of nt'tifiill were made in lrnl!H in the Fourth II. C. itml in I'uleHlliie tti the RfKUlHr Venice Building A . 16c 60c A Jtltlji" ill I. ix M"-- , mi We Sell all Kinds of Phonograph Needles ana Supplies. charge of $1 0.00 extra is made for a new Crank Shaft which is seldom needed. 90c Add taxes due. IN WITNESS, WHEREOF, Records of Player Roll Make A Nice Present. A Add taxes due Parkes, County Treasurer, In and for the county ot Juab, State of Utah, hereto get my hand at my office in Nephi City, In said county, this 10th day of December A. D. 1921. IDA PARKES, (SEAL) County Treasurer. Few Grafonola , 15c Eatough, Richard line. TO PAY FOR YOl'R PUXO New Valves i -. Add taxes due 15c Birch, Frank E. Add taxes due $2.10 Green, Geo. Add taxes due.. 18c Miller, C. C. Add taxes due. 30c Davis, T. C. Add taxes due.. 60 Werrett, Frank Add taxes due.. Give Music For Christmas MONTHS Tranmission Linings Rebore Cylinders and Rim For Victoria Gold Mng. Co. Gasoline Dr. J. T. Miller of Los Angeles Engine 12 H P $600, car $25, Skip came to Nephi Tuesday. Dr. Miller $20, Building $200. Total $845.. $22.13 has delivered a series of lectures here Utah Mine Net proceds. .$462.79 this week on Child Welfare Work TRANSIENT STOCK and Vocational Training. A large A. Covered by Pace, Wililam audience filled the Tabernacle Tues bond $605.23 on the day evening ot hear his lecture Bagley, E. C. Covered by real esabove subject. He has also given sev tate $113.42 eral talks to the grade and High Morgan, E. P. Covered by bond School students. $46.79 Gardner, W. H. Covered by bond $372.82 White Leghorn Baby Chicks from $48.47 Tuft, June heaviest laying stock. Booking ord Covered F. C. &Sons by Dixon, ers now for Spring 1922 delivery. bond $3871.05 Safd arrivals, live vigorous chicks PAID PERSONALS IN TINTIC Prices on request. SCHOOL DISTRICT guaranteed. Relable since 1898. Must Hatch In Clark, K. K. Add taxes due. .60c NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE BY HOL DEK OF LIEN FOR SERVICES Baker, Lyman Add taxes due. 60c cubator Co., 478 Seventh St. Petal Wllklns, Robert Add taxes due RENDERED AND MATERIALS uma, Calif. 45c FURNISHED ON AUTOMOBILE. Allen, Frank S. Add taxes due Goodman, 86 1 ht . . . . Aft LONG AS . last year ccn-tury- . First Century. A. I). A ruin jtnu;e used In Korea In the Fifth century of our era Is still extum. CARD OF GREAT IMPORTANCE Sometimes a theatrical event happens of such great Importance U stands out above everything else during the current season like a beacon light in the history of human progress. Such an event is now about to occur in this city. Every once in and the honor of prea while the Salt Lake Theatre has the attraction of great magnitude. Owing to senting some extraordinary our previous experience on such occasions we desire to srve ample that should not be neglecwarning to our patrons of an opportunity ted, so that they may secure seats well in advance. The extraodlnary attraction which we are now about to present to our patrons in the big spectacular and sensational offering, "AphYork a st'ason ago at the rodite," which created such a furore in New was the sensation of Paris Century Theatre in that city, and which when originally presented there prior to its New York production. k We have Just completed arranRements with ,Ves;rs F. Ray and Morris Gest whereby this gigantic offering in all of its oriental beauty and magnificence will be presented at the Salt Lake Theatre, three nights and Saturduy matinee, commencing Thursday evening, December 29th, at 8 p. m Theatregoers who keep in touch with theatrical events do not need to be reminded of the extraordinary demand fur seats which took place in New York when "Aphi od le" was first presented. who sold them for as Tickets were eagerly bought up by sped!" high as $200 each for the opening night. Thi- - nwspapers declared the Play a sensation. The theater was p;irk to the doors for the entire season and thousunds of people were turned away during the extraodlnary New York engagement. Now Messrs. Comstock and Oest are presenting "Aphrodite" on tour with this enormous company with 10 big scenes. "Aphrodite" when done in Paris was hailed as the world's greatest and most sensational play. It has since duplicated that success in New York,. Cht-agPhiladelphia and Boston, It will be presented here in all of its that e Corn-stoc- i, o, resplendent glory. Owing to intense Interest In the engagement, MAIL ORDERS for this Important theatrical event will now be recived. Send remittance with stamped envelope for return of tickets and as there will unquestionably be an avalanche of mail orderes, please name choice of two performances to insure getting seats. Prices: Nights $1, $1.50, $2, 12 60, and $3. Saturday matinee, $1, $1.60, $2.00, $2.60. Add 10 per cent for war tax. We believe the engagement of "Aphrodite" will be the most sensationally successful event In the history ot this theatre. . . GEORGE D.PYPEH. Manager Salt Lake Theatre. Salt like PUBLIC SEAT SALE AT BOX OFFICE MONDAY, DEC. 26th.. .