1 THE nspection Fees Are Legal 1 Tomorrow Night Just Received Silks and Dress Goods See them. Newest colors and patterns. , GINGHAM Special all regular 30c Ginghams Special all regular 25c Gingham Special, all regular 45c Crepe Ginghams Jap Crepes, best grades 24c 17c 23c 23c Men's all wool $27.50 Overcoats Men's all wool $25.00 Overcoats Other Overcoats Mens and Boys Another Big Lot Mens Flannel Shirts . . Yard Yard Yard Yard Glen Worthington Makes Record $18.95 $17.95 Half Price Worthington has made a already at the U. A. C. in his Glen See Them first year of football at the college. Here is a, clipping from the account of the closing game: "Coach Romney picked off his first fifteen men and sent the remainder of the varsity squad against the freshman team, which won when Glen Worthington, husky fullback, finishing his first season of football, ploughed through for a Groceries bag Sugar .... 73c. 25 lb Sugar ... $1.85 5c Small Size Milk Can Best Raisins 2 for 25c 4 lb Package Seedless Raisins 50c 1 lb pkg. Kitchen King Cocoa 25c. Extra quality 10 lb LOCAL NEWS Mrs Alfred Lunt came over from Manti Wednesday to spend Thanks giving Day with relatives here. Saturday Specials Jap Rose Soap CHI 3 25c. bars for 20c. FCflJTE A Our Christmas Opening We shall have on display next iMonday, November 30th, our entire line of holiday goods. It will pay you to visit our store on the opening day and make your selections while there is a wide variety of articles to choose from. KENDALL Bros. The Christmas Store. " Pick The Christmas Card Now Greet them with a Christmas Card that is worthy of the occasion We have all kinds. Ord and Mangelson, Drugs. Mrs. A. G. Pyper came down from Salt Lake City Monday and will be the guest of her daughter Mrs. J. N. C. Pexton for a short time. SONS & " Have you bought yours? If not, call and see our Specials we are offering this week for quick turnover. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 imprisonment." "Further, I think that the prevailing rule is that where a city is given power to regulate and inspect, it may charge a reasonable fee to cover the expense of such regulation and inspection, especially concerning those occupations wherein regulations and inspection seem necessary or desir able for the public good; so that under power given the city to pro vide for the inspection-'anregulat ion or sale of meats such fees and cnarges as are necessary to cover the cost of inspection and police sup DIPPING INTO SCIENCE ii $25.00 Lot Values up to $10.00 for Lot Values up to $12.50 Lot Boys Knicker Suits sizes $6.75 $7.95 6-- 10 Values up to Half Price $12.50 for Lot Boys Knicker Suits, Sizes 6 to 14 Values up to $10.00 Choice for $3.95 "Where Good Merchandise is Cheaper" iaaytWr Good Coal Costs Less .MUTUAL COAL COMPANY NO SLACK NO CLIXKEKS Phone 257 ROBERT WINN CO EE HA g if One of the best methods for extracting the perfume of (lowers is to place the flowers upon pure cold lard held upon glnss In mounted wooilon plates frame. New flowers are added dully until the lard is gnturuted tiie lard with tilnrliol. it ri evaporation process follows i i jjj f? RADIO i a ill Mower nrfuiue remains. 2 produced Is p perfume X an ounce. s worth about 5 cl Went!! v.wpiipr Unln ) p Violet ' If an article is accepted as a good value today and its price is reduced tomorrow, the store reducing the price confesses by so doing that after all, it wasn't such a good VOK3 O OCKK3 CK O O O O-- OOO OOOOO Of m i YOU The quality of the article and the extent of the service it will give, does not change and so why should you be asked different prices for it? Our values and prices do not change. . x if a, 71 T. i a don't have to be TO Hi. n to get perfect remit with an Atwati KewT It simplicity of operation and dependability make everyone in the family a master of the air. 23 shopping days away. If the price is raised tomorrow then the store raising it admits that the article is no longer a good value. m Am. Make Us Your Gift Counselors Christmas is only value yesterday. Ctearneu. Ours is a line of and wide range are but a few feature of rhlf radio aupreme In workmanahip and mattriali It haa no peer. Come In today we'll gladly demonstrate and GIFTS THAT LAST a aet for you. Our knowledge Use our convenient payment plan is bas- ed on our professional experience, which makes this store exclusive in its THINK WHAT IS line. Any article selected now will be laid away on payment of a small deposit. BACK OP IT 1 JJ atlri' James A. Starts Jeweler Phone No. 2. Nephi Ut. PRICE? Kent c QUALITY OR Atwater and the STORE" $20.00 NEPHI MERCANTILE CO. d 5 Perfume A good value in a store today should be a good value there every day. DAY-LIGH- T 0 or Npt Now and Then But All The Time "THE $1-5.5- . at the . N- r Lot Values up to $25.00 Lot Values up to $30.00 Lot Values up to $40.00 BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOTICE INSTITUTIO- ft . SUITS & OVERCOATS ervision may be imposed. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Horton and fami am, tnereiore, of the opinion to Salt Lake Wednestnat. .eplii city has the right to y ily motored will where spend provide for the inspection fees as they day afternoon Thanksgiving Day with relatives. mentioned in section 10 or said ord inance, and that such fees are en The Misses Wanda and LaVeve foroeable, Miss Ella Robinson of Ogden Utthey appearing to be reas to went Deseret yesterday onable and not Jn excess of the act ah, Ja spending the week here, the Petty, where they will spend Thanksgiving ual costs of guest of Miss Mae Pace. making such inspect holidays with relatives. ions, and not in violation of any state Mr. and iMrs. Orson Cazier went statute the same subject Mrs. C. A. Glazier, and Miss Helen matter."covering to Salt Lake City Wednesday to ' Glazier, of Provo, Utah, were the HARVEY H. CLUFF, spend Thanksgiving Day. guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Attorney General of Utah. vvnson uiazier. Mrs. F. H. Beckstead entertained the members of the Entre-Nou- s club Dr. N. J. Rees andJDr. T. D. Rees, at her home Friday afternoon. The to Nephi the latter part time was spent in sewing. Refresh- wetethedown week to take part in tho big of ments were served. elk hunt. Dr. N. J. Rees was sucThe annual stockholders meeting of the Nephi Mrs. Gilbert Bailey entertained the cessful in securing an elk. Irrigation Company will be held December 7th, 1925, at members of the Social Neighbors club left Mr. anl Mrs. A- - P. Bracken 2 p. m. in the Juab County Courtat her home Friday afternoon. The for Logan, Utah, where house, Nephi, Utah. At aid" meeting time was pleasantly spent and a Wednesday they will spend the winter. While the annual financial report will be dainty luncheon was served. there Mr. Bracken will be employed made and two directors elected for at the Agricultural college experi- a term of three years and such other ment station. business as may properly come be-fsaid meeting. Nephi Irrigation Company, HKHCHaOHH0HHKH3&0CKH3 RATION-WID- E By J. E. Lunt, secretary r eiiiie.v f7 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Petty went to where Salt Lake City Wednesday they spent the Thanksgiving holi days. Limit 6 Boxes Limit 3 boxes ON gulate (he inspection of meats, fruit, lafd, poultry, fish, butter cheese, vegetables, flour, meal, and all other provisions." 570X64 amended by chap. 1,, Laws of 1921. "To make regulations to secure the general health of the city, to prevent the introduction of contagious, infectious, or malignant diseases into the city, and to make quarantine laws and enforce the same within the corporate limits and within twelve miles thereof. To create a board of health and prescribe the powers and duties of the same." 570X87 "To pass all ordinances and rules and make all regultions, not repugnant to alw, necesary for carrying into effect or discharging all powers and duties conferred by this chapter and such as are necessary and proper to provide for the safety, and preserve the health, and promote the prosperity, improve the morals, peace and good order, comfort, and convenience of the city and the inhabitants thereof, and for the protection of the property therein and to enforce obedience to such ordinances with such fines or penalties as the city council may deem proper; provided, that the punishment of any offense shall be by fine in any sum less than $300.00 or by imprisonment not to exceed six months, or by both such fine, and I SPECIALS (Contiued from page i) Tne elk hunt which has occupied the center of the stage in this section since November 20th, will close tomorr'ow. The great majority of the hunters who took out permits to hunt in the Mt. Nebo country were successful in securing an elk, there being a total of 97 killed up to Wednesday night." The elk were not so but :.. the plentiful as was expected hunting was good and general satisfaction has been expressed at the manner in which the hunt was carried out. We have just received a new line of 6 Boxes Matches NEPHI, UTAH S, 33 Close Elk Hunt EE " TIMES-NEW- SILVER MAPLE SERVICE In your purchases of men's wear are you guided by price or by value? It is our opinion that value should be the answer and so we try to conduct our business with tliat foremost in mind. We cciild easily sell cheap inferior merchandise but we don't do business that way. Our success directly depends on your good will therefore, to sell the best is the first principle of our business. Anytime a purchase from this store is not what you think it should be, bring it back and we'll be glad to rectify the error. Novv's the time to lay in your supply of winter clothes! THE TOGGELU7 !