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THK TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH. S. The Times News 191 -- PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY , BY THE TIMES-NEW- S iUB. CO. Dennis Wood and A. B. Gibson Publishers 5,000 Suits to Select From 1 Subscription Rates: One Year in Advance Six Months in Advance: $2.00 f 1.00 Absolutely No Two Alike Entered as Second Class Matter at the Post Office at Nephi, Utah LET'S FINISH THE JOB. A good LARGEST TAILORING COMPANY IN THE WORLD. was made iaiauou, out on account of the ueavy rams the work had to be aDanaonea. With a return of settled weather we suggest that the boosters take another half day off and finish tne job. COME AND SEE THIS STUPENDIOUS EXHIBITION OF TAILOR- NERVY CliOOikS. All Clothing made by us will be pressed FREE for TWO MONTHS cio These Credits help the Government to carry on Reconstruction Plans'the Farmer to grow Food, the manufacturer and Merchant to on essential business. Besides being always ready to your call, your funds are safer if deposited with vis. , WITH " EVERY STALES. SUIT ORDER WE GIVE YOU A NICE INITIAL BELT OR A CAP TO MATCH YOUR SUIT.. iSp &aiiy uays in tne soma wuen sucir were of nightly occurrence, dui uns kinu of a smut was puuea oil in iNepuitus week, and no fuas ap- paieuuy is made oi the matter. Auoiuer iaimei' tens us mat some pany or parties drove on to his farm on me ievan iiiage this week and ioaued oa a whole roll of wire aim to uace nas not leiurneu with it. Another citizen of iMepui informs us luai he heard a noise conung irom ms cnicken coop in tne uuuuie oi ine nigut ana got up to discover tne cause wnen ne saw a young man uiearmg tne fence with some crucKens a ms nands, gett.ng ciear away oelore tne owner couiu give chase, on going to the coop to investigate he rounu some cnicKen neaas witu tne oioou still warm. i ms may oe some persons methods oi getting even witu the high cost or living, but our aavice to tne party or parties is to cut out such practices, or tuey will sooner or later run into loaded shot gun in the hands of some man who will shoot to km, and there is nothing left to do only to uring along the flowers. A word to tne wise ougnt to be sufticient. UiCKs mu i We Have On Hand Both nternational and Fairbanks Morse ENGINES And Are Their Agents for Pumps and Windmills. The IN OUR OWN HANDS Solution of the financial crisis super induced by the unjust cost of living is largely in the hands of the American people themselves, according to the United States Federal Reserve Board In his letter to the Senate Committee on Banking ana Finance, w. v. (i. Harding, governor of the Federal Re sole aim of this institution is to get the best possible line of Farm implements. When we say we represent the a-bo- ve firms no further argument is needed. Main Street, Opposite Chas. Foote & Sons Store 3 serve Board, said; 'Whether viewed from an economic or financial standpoint the remedy for the present situation Is the same, name ly to work and to save; work resularh and efficiently, in order to produce and distribute the largest possible volnnn of commodities, and to exercise econo mies in order that money, goods ani services may be devoted primarily to the liquidation of debt and to the sat isfaction of the demand for necessities, rather than to the indulgence in ex travagance or the gratification of a desire for luxuries." America must both work and save. There are many ways to work but only one way to save. That Is to save first and spend afterwards, to put aside the first dollar that comes In, not the last dollar that goes out. It was to make possible the saving of even the smallest sums and their safe Investment that government Savings Stamps and Treasury Savings Certificates were offered to the American people. Students of economics declare that this country is on a magnificent pros perity debauch. Dealers in jewelry, expensive apparel and food delicacies throughout the country say the demand for their wares unprecedented and that buyers do not care what they pay for them. Stop living up to your wages or sal ary. Save regularly and invest In War Savins Stamps. SNAPPY ING VALUES FOR FALL. wnen a person drives a car into another person s lot at night ana loads on a crate of chickens wiiue tue owners are peacefully attending meane n sounus nice a stor of tne and patriotically employed THAN EVER BEEN CARRIED BY THE A BIGGER ASSORTMENT a couple of weeks ago in clearing off the grounds ot the proposed part near the Rang Money hoarded is idle and useless. Money deposited in the Bank become the basis for Credits of several times its own amount carry start Charter No. 8508. The Texas Tailors - Salina , ., Report of the condition of the Tel. 8 NEPHI NATIONAL BANK, NEPHI, UTAH at the close of business, Sept. 12th, t 101 b. Loans and Discounts U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).... Bonds, Owned and Unpledged War Savings Certificates and Thrift Stamps actually owned Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 per cent of sub.) Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned, other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve bank. Cash in vaults and net amounts due from National banks Checks on other banks in same city as reporting bank, other than item Checks on banks located outside of city of reporting bank and other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasury and duo from U. S. 249,849.44 50,000.00 56,700.00 7,500 Mile Guarantee Ford Sizss See us for Vulcanizing "That's Right" THE J. E. ROBERTSON VULCANIZING WORKS ffl Main Street, next door to Enterprise Grocery 3- - m DENTIST Post Office Bldg. Nephl 104.57 l.SOO.OO 4.7U0.U0 2,610.00 1,925.00 19,551.30 61,437.90 "He Builds Wisely Who Buils -- 1,896.30 USE 2,500.00 Treasury Interest earned but not collected, approximate, on" notes and biHs receivable not past due TO BUILD WELL 1,894.37 v ' Nephi Plaster 2,120.00 HAS NO EQUAL 457,088.88 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund 7,9dl.4S Undivided profits .1S33.00 ,Ive.i)S expenses interest and taxes paid Amount reserved for taxes accrued Amount reserved for all interest accrued Circulating notes outstanding Cashier's checks on own bank outst anding Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in lsss than 30 clays (other than money borrowed) Dividends unpaid Total of demand deposits J03,o'.oi Certificates of deposit other than for money borrowed Other time deposits Bills payable with Federal Reserve Hank. 107,606.03 Total of time deposits subject to reserve Liabilities other than those above stated 50,000.00 15,000.00 v 6,097.98 a.uuu.uu 1,500.00 50,000.00 J. W. BOUD, ue Largest and Purest tural Deposit of Gypsum in the world. - : NEPKIPLASTER&MFG.CO. zz.uu UJ.UU LIVERY 1,216.23 106,390.40 20,000,00 2,120.00 Bus Meets All Trains GOOD LIVERY RIGS. DRAY AND EXPRESS WAGONS Agents for Coal. Phone Us. H. PHONE 44-- 2 ;ol(lsl)roiicIi. Pronrietnr 1). S. Shoe Repairin g J. A. CHRISTENSEIf Very Rest of Oak Tan Leather Used hi AH Repair Work Done By Us. Our Prices For Repairing Defy All Competition. OPEN FOR Ash Your Dealer SETTLEMENT 10,000 ACRES IRRIGATED ON SEVIER RIVEK AND FEED STABLE cashier. Ostler, Edgar S. Wells, Directors Subscribed and sworn before me this 17th day of September, 1919. L. A. Miner, Notary Public My commission expires Oct 18. 1919. Sir. and Mrs. P. 1!. Cowan and MONUMENTS daughter Florence, and Mrs. NeUis Schofield motored to J!eavi;r City, A splendid variety from which to where they were tho guests select. iVork .right, .Prices .right. Saturday, of ,Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Pay. Ileesley Marble and Granite Works, Provo, Utah. Correct- - -- Attest: T. A. Foote, J. X 0o,111.0i : 457.08S.S8 Total State of Utah, County of Juab, ss: I. J. W. Boud, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true t the best of my knowledge and belief. IZnV8$to Grand fTrn pi LAND sugar beet and alfalfa soil an with unquestionable water right. l lis A! PrizeMfifel j ireanns o Ammunition 69 Write for Catalog TH km REMINGTON ARMS U.M C CO. Ia &rmmm i All good Selling at $65 an acre In 9 yearly payments with 6 per cent interest. For further information write or NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION of t the Interior Department H. S. REALS U. S. Land Office at Salt Lake City, Hotel Oasia. Utah. Commercial Utah, September 12th, 1919. Notice Is hereby given that John Tryon, of Nephl, Utah, who, on March PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES 17th, 1914, made Homestead Entry, Serial No. 012340, for NW, Sec Commit the County Clerk or respection 26; NEUi Section 27, Township tive signers for farther particulars. 12 South, Range 1 West, Salt Lake NOTICE TO CREDITORS Meridian, has filed notice of intent ion to make three-yea- r Proof, to Estate of Edward Kay deceased. establish claim to the land above de scribed, before the Clerk of the Dis Creditors will present claims with Mona, trict Court, at Nephl, Utah, on the vouchers to the undersigned atda?r of Utah, on or before the 6th 21st day of October, 1919. November, A. D. 1919. Claimant names as witnesses: EDWARD KAY, Thomas Tryon, William A. Bowles, Administrator of the estate of Jesse Couls?.:, Asa G. Sperry, all oi Edward Kay, deceased. Nephl, Utah. 1J. p. N. Anderson, attorney for Ad GOULD BLAKELY, Register. ministrator. Date of first pub. Sepi.. 6th, 1919, First publication Sept. 19, 1919. 1919 Date of last pub. Sept. 26th, 1919 Last publication October 17, WM3 (D. D. S. St. Louis Univ.) I J J CHAS. H. DUNN J. RESOURCES 1 Norwalk'Ti - - NSW $N feti ANOWOMCN EVERVWHCRC, 1 HISSHOPJjf lil'V A Grafonola Oli A FAMOUS EDISON TALKING MACHINE. . .I'ANOS AND PLAYER I'AVOS, ..A FREE DEMONSTRA- TION A X V TIME. Robert Lomax Special Representative Daynes-Beeb- e .Music Co., Salt Lake City. FOLKS WHO HAVE GOTTEN INTO THE HABIT of purchasing their meat supply of us are enthusiastic in their praiBe of the guality of our stock and of the expertnes we show In the delivery of the choicest cuts of meats to be found anywhere. CITY MEAT MARKET GFO. W. GARRETT, Prop.