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THE The TIMES-NEW- S, NEPHI, UTAH. than Times-New- s I do he is to be envied for his riches. Published every Friday by The Times News Publishing Company With kindest regards, E. J. MYERS OPTIMISM NEEDED DENNIS WOOD, Editor and Manager Hubflrrlption Rate cti One Year ..... i Six Months... mm That dollar or two you so eaBlly SPEND each week will keep up your payments In our CHRISTMAS CLUB. Join it and have $50 or $100 next Christmas Just like picking it up. You can start with any amount from ONE CENT UP. The following "tables" explain how much you put in and what it amount to. INCREASING CLUB PLAN Put In lc, 2c, 5c or 10c, the first week. INCREASE your deposit In 60 weeks: 2, 6c, or 10c each week. 6c Club pays$ 63.75 lc Club pays $12.76 1, 2c Club pays $25.50 10c Club pays $127.50 EVEN AMOUNT CLUB PLAN In 50 weeks: Put in the same amount each week. 25c Club pays $2.00 Club pays $100.00 $12.60 50c Club pays $25.00 $5.00 Club pays $250.00 $1.00 Club pays $50.00 $10.00 Club pays $500.00 $20.00 Club pays $1,000.00 If you want your CHILDREN to learn self reliance put them in the club; It will make the SAVJUKS not SPENDERS. This plan gives a METHOD of systematic banking the best thing a boy or girl, man or woman can lea rn. The First National Bank 1 5 North Main Nephi, Utah RE ft MEET US FACE TO FACE ld 1 Nephi Plaster WITH A REGISTERED DRUGGIST THAT HAS BEEN WITH THIS FIRM FOR THIRTEEN YEARS. YEARS OF SERVICE MEANS PERFECTION AND ACCURACY IN FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS new line of Candy with a new declined price t The Prompt attention given Mail Orders Nephi National Bank of Nephi, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE IN THE MATTER OF THE ESFIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. IN TATE OF ELVA C. CONE, Deceased, AND FOR JUAB COUNTY, STATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF UTAH. Creditors will preeent their claims with vouchers to the undersigned at his residence In American Fork City, Utah County, State of Utah, on or before the 25th day of February, A. D. 1920. Dated this 9th day of December, A D. 1920. CLIFFORD E. YOUNO, PARKER iiiiiiii We've robes and (love and wind hleda too. To keep the cold from freezing yon. yourself and your car -Driving an gainst the cold. auto In the summer end In the winter are two different and distinct propositions and don't You won't for-gyon forget It. It If yon start on a long Make, yourney unprepared. this yonr prepare-shoARM et A Administrator ROBINSON, NEPHI UTAH Overdrafts, secured, None, unsecured 3,127.26 U. 8. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value).... Pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or bills pa'ble Stock of Federal Reserve Bank, (50 per cent of subscription) Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered Furniture and fixtures Real estate owned, other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reeerve bank Cash in vault and net amounts due from National banks Total of Items IS, 14 15 16, and 17 7,665.30 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. Treasury Interest earned but not collected, approximate, on notes and bills receivable not past due .... Attorneys for Admlnlstrat r. Total Date of first publication, Dec 17, 1920 LIABILITIES Data of last pub. Jan. 14th. 1921. .' Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided Profits 18,683.14 Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid ....11,374.62 Circulating notes outstanding Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding Total of Items 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 2,939.27 Individual deposits subject to check of Certificates deposit (other than money borrowed) Dividends unpaid Wanted Beef, Veal, Pork and Mutton, and all kinds of Ploutry . p. GRACE GARAGE CO. M MLKing Phone98 . IN THE STATE OF UTAH at the CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DEC. 29th, 1920 RESOURCES 3S3 Loans and discounts. Including rediscounts J5 I! ComemanfTaet an Invigorating Hot Drink. such as we serve, is healthy and A hot invigorating. your disposition, , It will restore your vitality and when you are tired und "out of Come in and try one of our Hot drinks and learn how good they taste, and how fine they make you feel. For Drug Store things, come to the home of the Careful Druggists. Drug Co. Nephi HERE WE HE A TO 301,490.59 3,127.26 50.000.00 62.350.00 2.100.00 4.700.00 2.610.00 SERVE lose WHAT you failure thru V baking must be added to baking costs it has to be paid for. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of that Be- cause when you use it there are no failures no losses. Every baking is sweet and palatable and stays moist, tender and delicious to the last tasty bite. That's a big saving but that isn't alL You save when you buy Calumet when you use it. and you save CALUiET BAKING POWDER BEST HY TEST" It is reasonable in cost and more than the or-You rlesrreoinff less nav strength. sad dm less. Yon get the most in parity, dependability and In every way REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TO PLEASE YOU" You! f i Lunt Pharmacy Co. "IT PLEASES US $1.00 lapse should be frowned down upon hy every red blooded American citiA LKTTFR THAT HAS BECOME zen. There is absolutely nothing on the American horizon at the present FAMOUS. time to Justify any pessimism. Everything that pertains to the peace, happiness and prosperity of every A letter written by Edward J. man, woman and child in this country Myers, of Pierce, Nebraska, to the is in our favor. We are the creditor Daily News of Norfalk. Nebraska, in of the world at the present Answer to the question, "What is nation t!me. We have the largest portion Your Idea of a Rich Man?" has be- of the gold of the world in our banks come one of the famous letters of have 105 miland strong the present day. It is being copied lion of the boxes. We consumers anygreatest in all the big papers of the country, thus providing the best domand the writer who Is just a plug of where, estic market that the business men of a Diacksmitn, as he styles himself, The nation are blessed with. bids lair to become known through any a tremendous majority people by out the world, as it Is now appearing have settled the political questions in Canadian papers, and has been for the next four years. The country cabled to Europe, and telegrams have has harvested one of the biggest been sent to the writer from hund crops in its history, products which reds of people all over the country. nations will bound to need foreign The letter has been hailed as the sooner or later. The banks of the best antidote for the present unrest, have shown the past year and one of the greatest aids to pat- country that they are capable, of withstandriotism that has appeared In print ing an enormous strain, and that the for a long time. We pass it along financial system of the country is to our readers fo their perusal. on a rock bottom basis. Despite the Pierce, Neb. liberal spending of the people there is Dear Sir I noticed the query at abig surplus of wealth in the country the head of your "Somewhat Per- due to five years of abnormal prossonal" recently, "What is you idea of perity. In the face of these facts, a rich man?" I wonder if you knew why on earth there should be any feel that one of the richest men In the ing of timidity regarding the future world was 14 miles north of Norfolk, business prosperity of the country Is right here in Pierce, Neb,? This man past our understanding. Our best is the writer. I'm Just a common bet is, that the good old U. S. is "plug blacksmith" but, oh, how rich! (O.K.) anl all that is needed is more I go to my labors each morning, work optimism on the part of every citiuntil noon, go to dinner, return at 1 zen, and less of the gloomy predictp. m. and work until 6 o'clock. I ions that have been rampant the past enjoy the greatest of all blessings, few months. good health. Rockefeller would give me all 'he possesses in money or holdBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Maber Golings for my "stomach" but he can't have it. Each day sees something den, Tuesday morning, a fine baby accomplished, and every Job of work girl. I turn out I feel that I have done my Mrs. Hans Jensen and family, recustomer a service, "worthy of the hire." I have a most wonderful lit- turned to Moroni Monday, after a week visiting her tle wife. She has stuck to me 22 Mrs. Fred Sorensen. years now, so I know she must be a I have dandy to accomplish that. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Petty were made a little home, a beautiful little daughter, a son grown to maturity and now happy Wednesday evening with the in life's game for himself. Rich? arrival at their home of a fine baby man can Why, alive, who possibly be girl. richer? Then, to add to all the Mr. Wm. Jensen of Moroni spent above riches, I take down my old shotgun in season and ramtfle thru a week in Nephi visiting with his sisfields, woods and tangle in search of ter Mrs. Fred Sorensen, returning the elusive cotton-tai- l, teal and mal- home Monday. lard, with my faithful old pionter at "heel" (now past eleven years old" and he Is as happy as I when we are ;'He Builds Wisely Who Uut X on the hunt. Then when I get back, Weil." oh, how good everything does taste! Then when night has spread its mantle ove this good old universe' I setTO BUILD WELL tle down in a good old easy chair, enUSE joy a smoke and then roll into bed to be embraced by "Morphus" and never bear a sound until the beauti- - I ful break of another day. Rich, did you say? Well, I guess. $'s? No HAS NO EQUAL not many. You inquired about riches I not material wealth. The height of my ambition is to so Toe Larzeat and Purei Z live that I may have no regrets for having lived when the time comes for the World. me to shuffle off this mortal coil, and I hope by that time to have accumNEPHI PASTER AND MCFG. ulated Just enough $s that myself and mine may not be objects of char. ity. This then is my idea of a rich man. If any one enjoys life more i The Prescription Store A The United States is all right. The present business depression is nothing more than a Btate of mind. Any $2.00 attempt to bring on a business col- w hole- - it is thq best way to keep down baking costs. Thafs what bas made it the world's biggest selling baking baa kept It the favorite powder of millions of housewives for more than thirty years. Pound can of Calumet contains full 16 oz. Some baking powrlrrscome in 12 fiz. instead of 16 oz. can. He sure youtt a pound when you Wj,:it it. CaJtaaet Sunshine CmVm Recipe Vt cup of butter, lineups granu- 2i lated sugar, cups flour, leap water, 2 level teaspoons Calu-m- et Baking Powder, 1 tea- spoon lemon, yolks of 9 eggs. Then mix in tits) regular way. 1.92S.0O 10,645.32 7,665.30 1,129.98 2,500.00 1,675.00 451,918.45 COMMENCING THE NEW YEAR WITH A 50,000.00 20,000.00 7,308.62 (0.009.09 2,939.27 95,690.47 22.00 1,361.60 Total of demand deposits 98.963.97 Certificate of deposit (other than for money borrowed)..., 2,046.16 Other time deposits 125,986.63 Total of time deposits subject to reeerve, . . 128,031.69 Pills payable, other than with Federal Reeerve 40,000.00 Bills payable with Federal Reserve Bank 66,000.00 Liabilities, other than those above stated, offset to Item 19 .. 1,676.00 Total 451,918.45 Of the total loans and discounts shown above, the amount on which Interest and discount was charged at rates In excess of those permitted by law (Sec. 6197, Rev. Stat) (Execluslve of notes upon which total charge not to exceed 60 centt was made, was $ NONE. The number of such loans was NONE State of Utah. County of Juab, as: I, J. W. Bond, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the sbove statement is true to t he best of my knowledge and belief. 3. W. BOUD. Cashier. CORRECT-ATTES3. S. OSTLER. T. A. FOOTE 3. E. OSTLER Directors Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of Jan., 1921. Commission expires Mar. 1J, 1923, P. N. ANDERSON Notary Public Full and Complete , Stock of Furniture General Reduction In All Lines BAILEY FURNITURE SUPPLY CO. TTT.