THE NEPHI, UTAH. S, LOCAL NEWS As The Old Year Is Now Closing (Continued from page one) Precinct and Barn for Sale Inquire at The Justice Court at Eureka charge them with a simple assault s office. for the reason, and for no other reas on than that the District Attorney 1 FOR SALE My home and knew that he did not have sufficient shares of water stock a bargain evidence to sustain a conviction upon W. W. Jenkins. the charge set out in the Informat ion; and that the bringing back from Mr. and Mrs. George Carter of San Francisco of the said witness at Christmas Mrs. with Eureka, spent the expense of the taxpayers of this M. Hinckley. county would in no sense strengthen the case as the testimony of the said Mr. and Mrs. James Carter of Pro-v- witness as already taken by the were the guests Sunday and Mon- District Attorney and or which he day of Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Carter. had full knowledge conclusively Times-New- Year. o Edith Hammond of Salt Lake visiting with Miss Arvilla Lunt Miss is this week. Our aim for the New Year is to give Give and lower prices, where ever possible in order to merit still more of your patronage. Drug Co. service We are offering some extraordinary " Bargains for next week. Ladies, Misses Mens and Boys and Childrens coats. suits and overcoats from to - one-haoff. Big lot of broken lines Shoes at only a fracton of their value. one-four- th lf GROCERIES 10 lbs 69c 10c Oil Sardines 15c Mustard Sardines ... 10c. Good Salmon 25 per cent Get all our prices and save 10 to Sugar 5c 10c CMS. FOOTE a SONS I F!( I icr ;n .... r 1M I I I I I REPLIES OF HIGGIN8 i take this oppurtunity of thanking our many patrons for their generous patronage during the past year and wishing all a happy and prosperous New you better COUNT V ATTORNEY TO CHARGES ; We ONE TIMES-NEW- II'CII nature a chance. Take Tan-lanature's own medicine Nephi c, showed. ' This witness it her testimony was of any value whatever could have been held under bond or in jail until her testimony was needed. of that intangible FIGURE IT INCOME SAYS REVENUE COLLECTOR ' (Continued from page 1) transaction from which you received Frank went to Salt Lake Sunday to spend the holidays with his L. family. Mr. and Mrs. Page L. Perry of Pay- son, spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith. .Miss Helen Smith, is visiting this week with her sister Mrs. Page L. Perry in Payson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belliston of Lynndyl, spent Sunday and Monday In Nephi. commissions? Aro you interested in any partner ship or ether firm which you rece ived any income? Have you any income from royal ties or patents? Have you any minor children who are working? Do you appropriate, or have the right to appropriate, the earnings of such children? If so, the amount must be included in the return of income. Has your wife any income from If so, it any source whatsoever? must be included in your return or reported In a separate return of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Golden of Provo, income. Did you receive any directors fees spent Christmas with relatives in this or trustees' fees in the course of the city. year ? Do you hold any office In a bene Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ockey, came down from Salt Lake Sunday to fit society from which you receive spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. income? Answers to all of these questions W. J. Ockey. are necessary to determine whether Mr. and Mrs. Milo Cazler, returned a person has an income sufficient home Wednesday from Afton, Wyom large to require that a return be fil ing where they have been visiting ed, and may be the means of avoiding the heavy penalties imposed for with relatives for a short time. failure to do so within the time pre Mr. and Mrs. J. W Boud and fam scribed. lly spent Christmas in Salt Lake City Mr. Boud returning Tuesday morn- GRADUATES SHOULD KEEP IN TOUCH WITH UNIVERSITY ing. Mrs. Boud and family will remain there until the end of the week of the state university by to sincerely thank "our of Regents. Throughout who so generously pat it Is .estimated there are the Board ex-pre- ss asset- - -g- ood-will-that you have so kindly 4 Attorney T. H. Burton went Salt Lake Wednesday to attend some legal business. to us to you our appreciation MUST To represent more than five thousClyde Olpin came down from Salt Hyde Miner came up from Delta to Tanlac strengthens the nerves and and graduates of the University of Lake Saturday to spend the holidays spend Christmas with his parents Dr. here. Mr. Olpin is employed in the and Mrs. D. O. Miner. He returned brings back the normal state of Utah, Mrs. Sarah E. Stewart, wife of health through its effect on the ap- the late William M. Stewart, has been Deseret News office in the above city. Wednesday. placed in the position of executive petite and nutrition of the body secretary of the alumni association Nephi Drug Co. We Wish You The season prompts bestowed on us during the past year and which we fully reciprocate. We Extend To You the compliments of the season and wish you a Happy all and Prosperous New Year. Nephi Mer. Co. the state We wish appromim-atel- y Where Good Merchandise is Cheaper good friends 4,200 men and women who ronized our entertainment at the Venice last evening. Mrs. Diane have attended the University of Utah. "We want to keep In touch with all G. Booth, Miss Leeta McCune, Miss declared Merci Goldsbrough and Mr. R. Q. the University alumni," Which Blow Out Finally. Daily Thought. Mrs. Stewart last Saturday. "It is Dorius. Tls strange what a man may do and The wav of Hip trmisjrressor Is hard, our purpose to urge all former Univ wotnjin still think him an angel. but he cnn generally afford pneuIf the people who have taken Tan- ersity students who are in various Boston Trnnsrrlpf. matic lac were to form a line of march in parts of the state to communicate Thackeray. offiwith institution the occasionally single file, this grand army would reach clear across the American cers and to make frequent visits to continent from San Francisco to New the school and partake of the good York and extend over 3,000 miles old University spirit." A bronze statue of Dr. John R. into the Pacific ocean Nephi Drug Park, "The Father of the University" Co. Is being purchased by the alumni association . M. M. Young of New York City, a University of Utah alumnus, is the sculptor. Mr. Young has been recognized as one of the best sculptors of the country U. of U. News CHIROPRACTOR Bureau. Office over Post Office IT AH Cleon Memmott Is spending the NEPHI, holiday vacation at his home in this Children under 12 years of age city. Mr. Memmott Is employed this winter in the Monroe High School. adjusted free tfi-e- s AH A Happy and Prosperous New Year The To ggery Dr.N. M. West DC When Judge Landis Is Not the Boss ajTfg.'ilisWrVr"- 1 1 End Of The Year I -- S'v x I Sftt - '"' rvl if 1 . iiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii Wishing You All A Happy and Prosperous 1922 v. .' In All Departments I . L. FRANK HIGH U FRAKK Prop. QUALITY-LO- W takes this moans to thank our many friends for the valued patronage during the year 1921, and hope to be able to serve you during the coming year. PRICES 11. Q. iMUiU H Manager v V FH'ral Ju1e Undli of ClilrB((' Is never hnpplpr than when with hid two grnndrhllilren, Nancy IleH I.andin unci Rlrhard Wllllnm Phillips, Jr. Ilut t UuMio Units Him suurwo arbiter vl buM ball Is no longer tli boss.