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I'M & The Ladies Around Nephi are ; Experienced Buyers llfllfcrj-INiSYV- to Miss .Mabel Madsen, returned Nephi Tuesday after several weeks visit in Salt Lake City. liLiH o LUUL g MSfHl. UIAlcL S, Loran Belliston, who is conducting a barber shop at Park City, succesa- ully passed the State Barber's examnation a few days ago tn Salt Lake , City. J. W. Whitmore transacted busin ess in Salt Lake Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd, motored to Salt Lake Tuesday, returning home Wednesday. and 3E EE T IS TIME Mr. Edward Kendall returned home Tuesday from Provo where he has been the past two weeks assistMr. Karl Keller Mrs. Afton Bird, who underwent ing his son a serious operation about a week trass, in the erection of a large track. Mr. ago is now greatly improved, it Is re waiehouse near the Orem Kellerstrass is the owner of the ported. Wasatch Produce Company. Mr. and Mrs. I.rM. Petty motored returning to Salt Lake Tuesday, home Wednesday evening. in-la- w Paying By Check reflects their good business judgment. Mrs. Thelma Beagley, returned San Francisco. California this week after a pleasant visit with relatives in this city. She was accompaniea tn Suit Lake bv her mother Mrs James E. Cole. LADIES CHECKING ACCOUNT ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Notary Public LICENSED ABSTRACTER And EXAMINER OF TITLES t.o s. and invite, you to start one with our bank. Mrs. George Tolley returned home Tuesday from Salt Lake where she has been for several weeks on account of the illness of her daughter Eva. home Miss Tolley will also return soon, it is said. Checks show where the money is spent, and they also furnish a receipt. It pleases us to serve you. . TO MAKE YOUR OLD FABRICS NEW WITH TWINK, PUTMAN, AND - DIAMOND DYES. WILL L. HOYT George Sudbury of Lynndyl, Utah was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W Paxman Saturday and Sunday. We encourage TO CURE YOUR MEAT WITH WRIGHT'S LIQUID SMOKE. ' TO KILL THE DREADED MICE WITH OPIIARO POISON WHEAT at County Court House Office Utah Nephi TO MAKE MERRY WITH BRUNSWICK RECORDS 6"E in ten Neglecting a little wound, cut or a'aras- ion of the flush may in nine cases out of ten cause, no preat suffering or iueonvenf. ence, but it is the one ca.se in tea that causes blood poisoning, lockjaw or a chronic festerine sore. The cheapest. safest and best course is to disinfect the wound with liquid" Borozone and apply the Borozone Powder to compWo the TO MAKE THAT OLD STRAW JIAT NEW WITH STRAW HAT DYE Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bracken, return ed home Friday from Logan, Utah, where they have resided he past winoi i;.,;,n siSold n ter. While in Logan Mr. Bracken was i 60c. by engaged in experimental work at the and $1.20. Powder 30c and CO PHARMACY College. LUNT Agricultural Nephi National Bank Ord and Mangelson Lunt Pharmacy Co. "Price Class" IT PLEASES US TO PLEASE YOU. Phone 43. the mysterious stranger in the motor industry 3 Does a difference in price indicate a difference in quality? Why is one car priced 25 to 50 higher than another of the same quality? The 4 questions that a buyer should ask when considering any car. are facts based on engineering HERE If you have any The average small manufacturer whose volume will enable him to build only 5,000 bodies from a set of dies in the same time in which Stude-bakbuilds 50,000 has to charge each body $20 for die cost. The difference of $18 is in the price but not in the body. The customer pays it but he gets nothing tangible for it. It is one of the penalties of uneconomical manufacture. Thus a car priced at $1,200 to $1,400 can be sold as low as $1045 when produced economically in quantity. inten- tion of buying an automobile, you are urged to read them. er No "Price Class" There are only two kinds of automobiles today. Economically produced cars which give you more for your money. And cars which are not, and give you less. Price does not indicate intrinsic worth. But an individual maker's cost of production. Hence two cars may show a price difference of $400 to $1,200 and Why Studebaker excels the world in body building more. And be of the same quality. The difference in price simply shows that it cost For Studebaker, producing yearly, has reduced engineering cost to $3.33 per car. This is based on a total engineering cost of 000 a year, which is the least on which any man- ufacturcr can maintain an efficient engineering , department. Thus a manufacturer producing but 20,000 cars a year must add $25 or eight per car for engineering, times as much as Studebaker. Other fixed overheads have been reduced proportionately. And these influence Studebaker prices. A set of body dies costs $100,000. will produce many thousand sets of body stampings, each one as perfect as though there were only a dozen made. By building 50.000 bodies from a single set of dies. Studebaker reduces the die cost per body to only $2.00. It T Touring Roadster Coupe-Roadste- Coupe Sedan r n. .See S W. B. 40 H. P. . . Light-Si- x Touring Car, at $1045. A clear difference of between $155 to $355. The uneconomical manufacturer is not profiteering. He is unfortunately situated, that is alL Equalled Only by Costliest Foreign and A merican Makes All Studebaker models are equipped with Timken bearings. There are few cars in America, regardless of price, which equal ours for on this point. In our Light-Six- , bearmore Timken we instance, put 119-i- 1025 1195 I39 48S (All a car is the Studebaker 2 makers alone. What sort of bearings? are pricmM Touring Roadster Coupe Sedan f. o. b. factory. 1400 1895 1985 Stude-bake- rs d. What sort of upholstery? Studebaker closed models are done in Chase Mohair, the finest material for this purpose known. Open models are upholstered in genuine leather. n i g Touring Speedster Coupe Sedan x s i ........ 60 H. P. $1750 W. B. 126-i- n. n. $1425 Timken-equippe- Everlasting smoothness and quiet performance result. 3 How many cars a year does this maker produce? Small productions mean either a higher price or cheaper car. 4 . . , . . 1835 2495 2685 Ttrmi to mPt your conwnienc) THE WORLD'S LARGEST PRODUCER Vw a Studebaker Get a Answer to These 4 Questions Before Buying Any Car 1 Is this an assembled car? Or "partly" assembled. Insist on this answer. Assembled cars pay a profit to from 75 to 100 parts SPECIALW. .B.SIX 50 H. P. I IJM5 . Such J c Then Decide Buy no car until you've seen a Studebaker. Go over it, point for point. Consult any unbiased expert. Ask your banker. And you will own a Studebaker. world-Mecc- 150,000 cars 112-i- 72 years Studebaker has been a coach-maker- s. Where the Difference Comes in L I O H ings than arc used in any competitive car, within $1,500 of its price. We subject Studebaker cars to 30,000 inspections. That requires 1,200 men. AH told over 70,000 hand and machine operations are performed in the manufacture of a Studebaker ctfr. In so many operations, though each one is small, there is great opportunity for economy and savings. 15 premium is paid on many steels to insure Studebaker specifications instead of "commercial run" used in, cars many times Studebaker price. No finer car can be built than the Studebaker of today. Only famous foreign cars and the most costly of American cars, compare. builder of quality vehicles. This historical tradition has been inbred in generation after generation of And the Indiana city of South a of artiBend is known as a sans of this craft. In the modern $10,000,000 Studebaker body plants, there are sons and fathers and grandfathers working side by side. Their religion is fine coach building. And this is reflected in their work. As fine body builders, Studebaker stands supreme. No other maker has the experience of Studebaker. No other the Studebaker traditions to inspire him. one maker more to make this car than the other. Judging value on price, this is folly. Price class is a myth. GRATEFUL PARENTS POUR OUT THANKS TO TANLAC OF QUALITY AUTOMOBILES "' The value of Tanlac 38 a family medicine and tonic is again very forcefully demonstrated. This time In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Kaake, 2438 Klrby Ave., West. Detroit, Mich., where father and mother and every member of the family have been benefited by the v'holeome and helpful 'Ingredients of the famous preparation. Recently, in speaking for herself and children, Mrs. Kaake said: "For more than a year our three little ones John, age 6, Elwyn, 4, and Margarite, 2 had been so peaked and lifeless that we were seriously Their stom worried about them. achs were upset, appetites poor, the color bad left their cheecks, their nights were restless, and during the day they would Just mope taking no Interest In play or anything else. 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