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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH S, The LOCAL NOTES OF INTEREST IF SAVING WERE ALL If just putting away money in a ings bank were the only objet of Leland Boswell, and Loren spent July 4th in Salt Lake City savsav- ing it would be of little benefit. The depostor would be simply a miser. Money is meant to be used, wisely anct with regUrd to real needs and wants. Wise investments can be made only with ready money and a savings account furnihses ready money. Times-New- s r'ublished every Friday by The Times News Publishing Company DENNIS WOOD a. B. GIBSON LIKE Editor Manager Subscription Rates Donald Chase returned home from Salt Lake Saturday morning to join One Tear 2.00 the local battery on their encamp Six Months SI. 06 i ment trip. UTAH'S GREAT Miss Vivian Peterson was down SUMMER HC'HOOL from Salt Lake to spend the holidays in this city. While here she was the guest of Mrs. Diane Booth. The Utah Agricultural College has undertaken the most ambitious proMiss Pearl Peterson of Ogden, gram for the summer quarter ever Utah, spent the week end with rel attempted by ny Western instituatlveg In this Qity, tion. A National Summer School for this state la a new step in the adMrs. Orval Bench returned to her vancement of our educational Ideals; home In Tooele, Monday, after a it is a new in the field oil departure pleasant visit with mother, Mrs academic instruction of the teachers Betsy Anderson. of our fair state, states Including Utah, twenty-fou- r Arthur Bowers returned home from stretching from the Atlantic ore the Oasis, Monday where be has been east to the Paicifiic on the west are employed for name tfm$. represented at Logan. In addition, Canada, China, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inscore were Mexico are all England, India, to the contributing passengers to Salt Lake on Tuesday large student body. The total enrollafternoon's train. ment amounts to 1359, of which, number 1124 are regular gtudentg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ockev of Salt Qne iniBQl'taiU feature of this Lake City, are visiting with relatives school that the extra, expense inhere tnis weeK, curred by the employment Of auch an illustrious faculty has been entirely .Mrs. and were Hal Mr, MqCune met by the entrance foe of $25.00 for down from Salt Lake to spend July each student. To be able to allow the 4th in this city. teachers o this state to. sit at the feet of America's greatest thinkers Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Cooper and and educators without touching the family of Salt Lake City, spent the tax funds, should be a source of satisholidays In this city the guests of Mr. faction to we who contribute to the and Mrs. John Cooper. public expenditures of Utah. Just what this National Summer Mr. Ralph Belliston, and son Karl, School means to Utah within its and George Irons, left Tuesday for borders can only be partially com.Myton, Utah, where they will be em- prehended. On the faculty are such ployed for gome time. men as Turner and Merk from HarIn vard history, McCollum in NOTICE FOB PUBLICATION human nutrition; Branson In eco(Publisher.) nomics and sociology, Angell in recreational leadership; Blackwelder DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR and Knappen in geology, Cowles in Botany, Alles in zoology; Thorndyke and Franzen in psychology, Carruth U. S. LAND OFFICE at Salt Lake in English, and in addition such City, Utah, July 7, 1924. special lecturers as Dr. Stiner, Dean JoNOTICE is hereby given that John Adams from London, Bailey, seph H. Qreenhalgh, of Nephi, Utah, England, and others, who, on August 17, 1917, made The ypuns people of Utah who are Homestead entry, No. 017109, for the summer school at Loattending Sec. 22; SV4 SW. Sec, gan are not only getting the most reSV4SE, XA 23; NV4SW, W NW , Section 26 cent information in the various fields NEUNE14, Section 27; Township 13 of Instruction, but are also receiving South, Range 1 West, Salt Lake Mer an infusion of inspiration which they idian, has filed notice to make, three-yea- r will carry back to their respective Proof, to establish claim to the communities. land above described, before Clerk of Utah and her people ar,e little unthe District Court, at Nephi, Utah, on derstood beyond our border lines of 1924. the 18tU day August, When such a man as Dr. McCollum, Claimant names at witnesses: T. W the word's greatest nutrition expert Miller, Ralph Carter, James Stanley makes the statement that the students and James T. Greenhalgh, all of here are better prepared and more Nephi, Utah. able to carry his work than in his Eli F. Taylor, Register. own University it is a tribute not First Publication, July 11th, 1924. only to the individual student but Last Publication. Aug. 8th. 1924. Is a reflection of tha efficiency of our educational system. Dr. Branson says the Mormon people are practicing, jthe greatest social experiment In the world. Dr. Stiner says the people of Utah with the set ting of these valleys is not a part of the world, "you are set off by your selves." was his statement. Prof. Merk in history, a man of wide ex perience and travel and a man who has Btudied peoples from the dawn of civilization, made the remark that he had never met a more clean, whole some, friendly, and confiding people And thus statements of this sort might be continued. The point is that the Impressions formed by these teachers and students alike from 17 nnr Am vy; o Watch This Space Next Week 1 We stand ready and eager at all times to advise our depositors of good investments places for the money they have saved. Open an account with us y and take advantage of the service we can offer our patrons. to-da- We pay 4 per cent on Savings Accounts ' First National Bank Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kellogg have returned home to visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Painter, parents of Mrs. Kellogg, after a tour of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg will make their home- in Los Angeles. Calif. Attorneys J. A. Shay, and Henry Lunt of Cedar City. Utah, were Nephi visitors Tuesday. Mr. Lunt is a candidate for District Attorney on the Republican ticket. HOW'S THIS? ALL'S CATARRH JMKIMCINE will The Nebonlan Domestic Art Club do ITwhat we claim for It rid your system held their weekly meeting Wednes- of Catarrh or Lieafness caused by Catarrh. day evening. The time was epent in HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINES of an Ointment which Quickly lessons and sewing. con-Bin- ts Relieves the catarrhal Inflammation, and the Intnrnal Medicine, a Tonic, which Miss Edna Anderson returned acts through the Blood on the Mucous thus restoring normal condihome from Salt Lake Sunday after Surfaces, tions. for Sold a for over 40 Tears. in drurtrlRts short time that by visiting Co.. Toledo. Ohio. F. J. Cheney city. 3 Kill Davenettes! Makes Davenettes! Wllford a real difference tnl ilm changed tlcwljjn of the end and the added rllit Indies is responsible for It. JukI Imagine what the added eight Incites in length mennn In added comfort am! seating rapacity. Lio full lengtli In the new Monarch anl learn for yourself the real comfort that the alde eight Inches of length means. Belliston returm-- home Thursday evening from Myton. Utah, where ho has been looking after his bee Interests for the past few months. in Mrs. Amy B. Grover, and County Treasurer, Ida Parkes, left Wednesday for Los Angeles where they will enjoy two weeks' vacation. Not a Makeshift Witen )ou open up the Monarch lied Davenport you will And a real spring. In addition to the regular fabric spring you will And tiie center where the weight of the body comes supported by 21 double Practically speaking, you have a HAtil.KSS springs (12 ppiiugs In all). , , , Hprlng Just like you have in a good bed and every hit an comfortable The Monarch Davenelte lakes a full size mattreos because It has n full size bed construction. Buy Your Davenette on Easy Monthly Payments ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY THE VERY LOWEST PRICE Co. ell "THE NEPHI E3E ONE-PRIC- E PROVO Charter Reserve District No. 12 No. 8508. REPORT OF CONDITIO OF THE NEPHI NATIONAL BANK AT NEPHI RESOURCES Loans and discounts $ ; unsecured $876.17 Overdrafts, secured, $ U. S. Government securities owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. Bonds par value $50,000.00 Total Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: Banking House, $4,700.00; Furniture and fixtures, $2,610.00 Real estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and amount due from national banks Checks on other banks in the same city or town aa reporting bank (other than item 12) Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 $4,099.84 Redemption fund with U.S. Tres. and due from U.S. Treas. Total , $ 223,776.97 876.17 50,000.00 7,617.50 7,310.00 5,472.57 8,773.50 4,459.84 240.00 2. 500. 00 316,026.55 LIABILITIES HOUSE" SPRINGVILLE 2i 20 PER CENT OFF. All next week on OIL STOVES Attorney John M. Foster of Cedar City, was In Nephi Wednesday looking over the political situation here. Mr. Foster is a candidate for District Attorney in the Fifth Judicial District on the Democratic ticket. REFRIGERATORS Glen Andrews, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrews war, thrown from a horse Wednesday morning breaking his arm. Drs. Beckstead and Allred rendered medical aid in setting the broken arm. 1 shipment of Dishes just arrived. New Jow Price. See our window we are showing a wonderful line of fancy Goblets, Ice Cream and Sherbet Dishes. M James Dixon-Taylor-Russ- OTHERS FOLLOW WE LEAD Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Halliday of Crantsville, Utah, were guests, July 4th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. It. Judd. Full Sized Bed At Night A Real Spring Nephi Drug Co. Capital stock paid in 50,000.00 Surplus Fund 25,000.00 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid 2,221.81 Circulating notes outstanding 50,000.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 2,512.06 Individual deposits subject to check 90,078.18 Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) 22.00 Dividends unpaid 148.00 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, Items 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 $90,248.18 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 779.75 Other time deposits 88,864.76 Total of time deposits to Reserve Items 32, 33, 34, and 35 $89,644.50 other states and other countries will Notes and bills redlscounted. Including acceptances of other banks and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with help in moulding a more wholesome Indorsement of this bank attitude toward this state and her 6,400.00.. people. us National Let Total hope that this 316.026.55 Summer Srhool becomes a permanStats of of ss. Juab Utah, County ent part of our Agricultural College. I, J. W. Boud, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to thi best of my knowledge and Mr. Jacob Gibson came down from belief. Salt Lake Monday to spend his vaca J. W. BOUD, Cashfer tion with his family in this city. Correct Attest: T. A. Foote. Barton Brough, J. S. Ostler. Director. Paul Sparks returned to Salt Lake Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of July, 1924. In Sunday after spending July 4th P. N. ANDERSON, Notary Public. this city. Com. expires April 17, 1927. Nephi, Utah Upholstered with Genuine Leather There WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Mr. M. Pitt, and Mrs. Harry ker, were down from Salt Like to upend July 4h here. They the gueots of .Mr. and Mrs. Horton. Wal City were Otis ELECTRIC FANS KENDALL BROS.