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H PAOB roUIt THE SUN, PRIQE, UTAH-EVEBY TRIDAY. rRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1921
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H Phono No. 3 Ite-.Met.ep, No. 133M2.
H Itntcrcd im Second-Class Mall Man
H tor, June i, 1916, at l'cwtofflce nt Price,
B Utah, Under the Act of March 3, 187.
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H Summons, $12.60; Water Appllca-
B tlon, $1(.00; Klnal Proof, 1 10.00.
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H Type fifteen Cents the Lino.
H Obltuarlea, Cards of Thankn, llcnolu.
M tlons. Klc, at Half Local Heading
H Notice Hales. Count Klx Words to
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M SUN PUBLISHING 00.,
M Price. Utah.
PH I ttcnt mourning without Ttio 8un
laH I siixmI up mid rrlctl In llw congrrga
H 1I011....J0I1, no.2H.
M STATE LOSES TAXES DY
B MOURE DISCREPANCIES
H According to figures of the United
H State census bureau as to the num.
1 Iter of farm animal in Utah, the
H mate has lost the revenue on millions
H of dollars worth of animals, as shown
H by a table published, recently by M.
B M. Justin, which confirms a tele-
H graphed estimate of nliotit two weeks
H a no. The government agent shows
H that Utah has lost the taxes on 34,-
H WO horses and mutes, the census
H sliowinK 128,261 such animals anil the
H county assesors only 9J.62-I. Ac-
cording 10 the censustakcrs there are
H 305,676 cattle in Utah, but Hie assess-
H ors of the various counties show
M oly J77.M0. a difference of 128,0)0.
H Utah has 1.WI.7VJ sheep according
H t the men who counted III cm for the
H (TAvertimeHl, Init the assessors of the
H various counties turned in 1,735311.
H This is probably due to the count of
H bands from other slate beinK taken
H by the state in Utah flocks, but 'jy
H the government, as belonging to the
1 Hate from which they came into
H Utah to Mraie. As to swine, Utah
H assessor failed to account for 6.' 701,
H M the census takers found 99,361 and
H Ike aMors counted only 29,657.
H The assessor have found 11,852
H $KMl more than the ceusiii, the
H former reporting A 1,361 and the latter
H In addition, the census shows that
H there are kept in village barns and
H city stable which are not included
H In the assessors revolts or which are
H included in the above totals if re-
M ported, 3fif)7 horses, 305 mules,
H 36rIK cattle and UJtiS swine.
H The total show that the census
H lias enumerated 2MM27 more animal
B- In possession of Utahn Jan. 1, 1920,
H than taxes paid upon last year.
H OOVERNMBNT WOOL SALES
H SAID TO DE SUCCESSFUL
H P. K. Marshall, secretary of the
M N'attenal Woolgrotws association,
H last Saturday had a report from
H IlostoH, Mass., of the Kovemment
H wool sales there. "Today's iiovern-
H incut wool auction was one of the
H beat yet held," it says. "Every lot
H was sold, eomuarinK favorably with
the sales of Australian merinos for
H Ike navy department. The war de-
H partment had a sale of territory
H wool last year that showed a clean
H bill. Otherwise today must stand as
H a record, especially for mixed lot of
H the carpet wool grades. Prices were
H lew, markins; a reduction in the re-
H serve limits sliiec the Kovembcr sale.
H At that time only 20 tier cent of the
H offerinRt were sold, while at the Oc-
H tober sales, which were call! Iilylily
H successful, the results were far Ue-
H 1 low those.
H 'Today's offerlnRs of territory wool
H were eenflnetl to black and ejray quar-
H ter blood and ihree-eiKhths blood
H prices. The sale was distinctly a car-
H pet mill proposition, the bulk of the
H IwylH; cmiilnK from Philadelphia,
H I 'a, carpel mills. The comelack
H from the November failure 1 attribut-
M ed lo the Kenerally halter fcellnif in
H Eastern wool markets, and the fact
H that most woolmen and manufac-
H Hirers believe that bottom ha been
H reached. I'ullcd wool (low grade)
M sold at 9Vt cents; South American
H comblnff at nine to twenty-three.
H South American cardlnK at eiRht to
H alxtMH, and pulled wools (better
H Hradf) at twelve to 3to cents.
H The success of this sale assures an-
H other sal in January, according to
H the officials In charge." 14
H live hundred delegates will attend
M the annual meetiiiK of the National
M Woolgrowcrs' association at Salt
H Uke City January 17th to 19ih. The
H sheepmen have adopted for the slo-
M Han of the gathering. "Are We Down-
M hearted? No." The convention com-
H jtiitlse of the commercial club at
H 'Mm ha made arrangement for
handling the publicity for the mcet-
M lug. It will have charge of the dis-
M trfiiHlioH of Itadges also and the
M formulation of a special athletic ex-
H hibitlon to be given during the con-
H Pretlerick 0. Cottrell director of
M tho bureau of mines, presented his
B resignation to President Wilson New
m Year's thratiHli Secretary Payne of
H the Interior department Secretary
H Payne, In presenting the resignation
H recommended that II Poster Dalp.
H also aPCalifornia, be apo!nted to the
M The most Ideal place In the United
m State to raise horses is In the Uln-
tali Ilasfn, thinks Myton Free Press,
B Uintah Ilasln horses seem to have
M better feet and legs than others
DRIVE ON FORJNCOME TAXES
Millions of Dollars Expected Prom
Extensive plans for aiding taxpay
ers in filing their income tax returns
for the year 1920 are being made by
the bureau of internal revenue at Salt
Lake City. Revenue officers will
visit every county in the United
States to assist in making out the
forms. Forms for filing 1920 returns
of income will be sent by collectors
to persons' who last year filed a re
turn. Failure to receive a form, how
ever, does not relieve a person from
his obligation to file a return within
the time prescribed. Copies arc avail
able since Tuesday. The period for
filing returns Is from January- 1st to
March 15th, 1921. The tax, this year
as last, may be paid in full at the
lime of filing the return or in four
installments, the first of which is due
op or before March 15th, the second
on or before June 15th, the third on
or before September 15th, thd fourth
on or before December 15th. The
first installment must accompany the
filling of the return- Persons whose
individual net income for 1920 was
$3000 and less should ask for Form
10-IO-A, Those whose individual net
Income was In excess of $5000 should
ask for Form 1040.
The requirements of the revenue
art relating to returns for the year
1920 are the same as those for the
year 1919. Every single person whose
net income for 1920 was $1000 or
more and every married person whose
net Income "was $2000 or more must
file a return. The exemptions arc
$1000 for single persons and $2000
for married persons and heads of
families, plus an additional exemp
tion of $200 for each person depen
dent upon the taxpayer for chief sup
port if .such person is under 18 year
of age or incapable of self-support.
A (ingle person may claim an ex
emption of $2000 as the head of a
family if he Is the sole support of one
or more relatives living in the same
bouse with him, and if he exercises
control over household affairs
The bureau is emphasising this
year that the requirement to file a re
turn rests solely upon a person'
marital status and the amount of his
or her net Income for the year 1920.
Single persons whose net income was
a thousand dollars or more and mar
ried pcroris whose net income was
two thousand dollars or more must
file a return regardless of whether
their incomes arc non-taxable by
reason of their exemptions. The
normal tax rate for 1920 is four per
cent on the first four thousand dol
lars of net Income above the ex
emption, and eight per rent on the
remaining net income- The surtax
rate, which Is computed without the
I ne fit of the exemption, ranges from
one per cent on the amount of net
Income between $000 and $6000 to
65 per cent on the amount of net in
come in excess of a million dollars 1
JOHNSONS IN DIVORCE COURT;
RINCLINC'S CASE GOES OVER
Mrs. Kliia Johnson ha filed suit in
district court at Price against James
T. Johnson for divorce She alleges
and complains that on January 2-1,
1906, they were marled at Salt Lake
City, and that for more than a year
past defendant lias failed to provide
for her and their six children the com
mon necessaries of life. Also, deser
tion. Until recently Johnson was pro
prietor of the Arrow Catering com
pany at Price and also of the Arrow
and other automobile lines He is
now going through bankruptcy ami
makes hi home In Salt Lake City
Other rases disposed of recently by
Judge Christensen are:
Price Commercial and Savings
Bank vs. John Klcherverry; suit on
hot. Judgement for $468 67 prin
cipal and interest and a hundred dol
lars atorney's fees with costs of court.
Ursula llvalo vs. Daniel Vvalo, div
orce. Case dismiised at request of
State of Utah vs. I). Pctter; grand
larceny. Sentence of less than a year
nor more than ten years in the state
penitentiary. Al Itingllng, murder,
will hae hit trial at the coming term
Court meets at Price next mouth In
Three large St. Louis, Mo., coal
dealers last Friday announced price
reduction of from twenty-five to
seventy-five cent a ton, effective last
Friday on bituminous coal. The re
ductions result from declining prices
at the mine and from general husi
Tip Top Flour.
Better than ever, It makes bread ,
like mother used to make. We believe ,
that Tip Top is the best loft wheat flour ,
in Utah, So will fou when you try it. ,
Ask your grocer for Tip Top.
Price Commission Co. '
South Ninth Strrut, '
Price, Utah. '
Legal blanks of all kinds. The Bun.
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I Starting Saturday January 8th
X In anticipation of arrival of Spring Goods we are desirous of emptying.
jjj our shelves as much as possible within the next few weeks and have named jp
the prices that will do it. Stocks have been rearranged and re-marked.
j Make selections early as quantities are limited. In addition to regular
X stock are included some recent purchases at prices that are very low. Some X
special Buys in White Goods enable us to offer you real bargains in Mer-
chandise you will need later on.
X Big Assortment of Embroideries, per yard , . . lOc Mire line of Wen's p" - ' X.
; and Boys warm Coats Jr?s?W
X Mies' Fine Bleached Vests , , , 3 for 35c includingfflackinaws, &K X
? - 36 In. Bleached Mus In-- ur afftnpha.ffnrm wMur i
i W mvJKST 0fle Iot Mefl's Hats (fir Urn i
X ff good styles and colors Wml 7 A X
$ yL Ladles' pure thread Silk Hose from regular stock, 1L0V 'J
X -SP Light Colors only irn oneandtwo H AC jTm X
I SP- Per Pair jl of a kind 9- fTJIt
I Infant's Fine Cotton Hose black or while' pair, 20c ,Jf S's LeJ? Ie ffl& I
$ Ladles' Fine Cotton Fleeced Hose, 3 pairs 65c mnstm 7Uo
I BigValues inTurkisli Towels at 25c each RaMeISWrteS
I A ?tecnl Cofssi07l from prWii BLANKETS
x JrX. the Gossard Corset man- "Wh;., jj dlhiiialio....
X ufacturers enables us to offer for this . W) v i J Not In sufficient quantl-
& sale this high grade Corset at prices JM ties to enumerate, marked X
X 30 to 40 per cent less than regular - L N: at prices that Will move
j prices. Fittings by appointment. "f)) them Within a day or two, X
$ uA((Pfl n,no,no n, Asino '"iw v J I (I BATH ROBES Few num-
House Dresses and Aprons H qa - -U 1 bBrs eachlnMen,s Wom.
X Values to $3.50 entire lot at fPI7v 1 en's and Children's at One Half Price ?
Children's Outing Flannel Sleepers QCp Men's Fiber Silk Sox, pr, 45c gftv
X All Sizes. UUU 0nnA ,,, ... . p A. . . , Wyir- !'
Good quality Work Sox 01 m!:;
Heavy duality Outing Flannel, light and plain colors only! ten pair . , , l,IJ jy
6 yard3 for $KO Mf HlrI, I
I rllDIRRnNQ Madras and ppins' each $uo ffl &-
X M II I KlDDUn J I Underwear reduced to less than W TIF
$ imML JwE n a v, c I you will pay next winter, fT ;. llh?
l Wvffi H 00" QUahty tQr mm J Up From S!!o
I mt MA per'yardr8" J Men's heavy 'ea,,ier Work Gloves up from 95c
X WMljtMlim BIG VARm 0F PATTERNS I Fine yarn Cotton Sox, black only, . , . is ?
nTlnii rmMKlmiTMmBeamiBKm Iiri I BeatBB35awalliaTInntoareprrru mu .. j-f'rinir-t. Mjjj.yy,! t.M,?tVi,,la,Mr faaT,
T 44 A TC ONLY A FEW LEFT IN LADIES' AND MISSES j MEN'S WOMEN'S r 117 r i nnrsirtr X
T VUA I SIZES,BOTII PLUSH AND CL0TH...Y0URS AND CHILDREN'S WP ATP R X
-- FOR JUST HALF FORMER PRICES JUST HALF PRICE EA i EilJ X
X ' y
Be sure to give the Remnant Table the once over. More decided bar- X
X gains in Cottons, Woolens and Silks. '