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THE M. Pitt returned from Salt Lake Saturday where he has been visiting for a few months. Every man owes himself and his family the protection of a Savings Account in a good substantial bank such as this one. There are other ways in which we can help you protect your family. INVESTIGATE OUR SERVICE Open an account Now! D. Goldsbrough was in Salt Lake Saturday attending a meeting of the Republican State Committee. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Crapo motored to Salt Lake City yesterday, where Mr. Crapo will attend the Teachers convention. Miss Naomi Broadhead who is attending the Agricultural College at Logan, is visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Broadhead this week. Supt. Calvin Smith went to Salt Lake City Friday. He returned Saturday accompanied by Mrs. Smith and their three children who will now make their home in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are occupying the Dan. Miller home. John Kirgen returned yesterday from Salt Lake where he had been on account of an operation perform ed on his brother Clint Kirgen, for appendicitis at St. Marks hospital Mr. Kirgen reports his Friday. brother as gettting along nicely since the operation. Nephi National Bank To make the hair beautiful and free the scalp of all disorders there is nothing to equal the old reliable Money Lucky Tiger Hair Remedy. back guarantee at barbers and Tuesday evening Mrs. J. G. Irons was hostess to the members of the Social Companion club at her home. The program was of a literary nat ure, consisting of a story read by Mrs. Joel Taylor. A delicious lunch eon was served to Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs, Mrs. Joel Taylor, Mrs. George Lati mer, Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mrs. Lester Belliston, Mrs. Harry Beagley, Mrs Jack Greenland, Mrs. Ralph Bellis ton, Mrs. Harry Irons, Mrs. Frank Belliston, Mrs. J. A. Kendall Mrs. Robert Chappell, Mrs. W. H. Belliston, Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. Mattie Vickers, Mrs. Clara Farnsworth of Manti, and the hostess Mrs.. Irons. Bad Back Today Then Find The Cause and Correct it As Other Nephi Folks Have rtT " p.- I r?S UpfW The Paint That Will Make Any Floor Beautiful ft floors are beautiful in SOME selves, but all floors, old or new, can be made beautiful with a of coat paint that hides the glossy old. worn surface, or new unattractive surface perfectly. Devoe Floor paint is easy to g, dries rapidly apply, is and is hard enough to protect the floor against a great deal of vigorous wear. Its coat is not brittle and does not crack, check or peel, but wears down gradually and evenly to the end. Don't call a room homelike until as bright and beautiful as paint can make it See that your floors hold the beauty that they got ... by usincr Devoe sold in the most Floor Paint . artistic and effective tints and tones. the 170 floor has been made rMn' timr- - Check W WLk m far Kirrfirrl C HuM v .11. mJ Mi fW laton mem f rLi.,.,t 10-- 2 Nephi Utah AQENT FORi DEVOE PAINT AND VA1NISH PRODUCTS ' Every Make of Record Plays There is little 'Vest or peace for the backache sufferer. Days are tired and weary Nights brings no respite. Urinary troubles, headaches, dizziness and nervousness, all tend to prevent rest and sleep. on t !tt). 1914. Weat.rn Nwppr Union half-nake- Why continue to be so miserable? Why not use a stimulant diuretic to the kidneys? ble Jungle. Use Doan's Pills. After twelve hours of steady travel Your neighbors recommend Doan a ing they reached the royal palace. It Read this Nephi case: seemed. At least Ned was carried Albert Coulson, fruit farmer, 597 within the structure, where upon a sat a thick-lippeSixth East North St., says: "My gaudy throne kidneys got out of order and acted greased and painted savage. From the hungry way In which this freely. Mornings when I got up, there was a lameness and soreness rubicund monarch viewed him, Ned dethrough the small of my back. I be- cided that he would soon be roasted gan to use Doan's Pills. After I had and eaten. The curiosity and Interest taken one box, my kidneys were re- of King Obi, however, were next fixed case that contained gulated and I wasn't troubled with upon the leatherdevice. the my back." He ordered it opened. Then he be Don't gan fingering the cogs and wheels of Price 60c at all dealers. simply ask for a kidney remedy get the machine. The clicking as he turned Doan's Pills the same that Mr. the crank tickled bis childish nature. Foster-Milbur- n Coulson had. Co., He glanced at Ned, bobbed his head Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. and grunted, as if to say: "What Is this?" Ned bobbed vigorously, aa if assent ing to show the king what the machine could do. His bonds were cut. He set the device In position, Oiled the acid receptacle and taking out the glass that held the water Indicated by mo tions that It be filled with water. All Then Ned turned the crank. hands In the royal court watched him raptly. Their eyes bulged as at the end of eight minutes he drew out pound cake of Ice. "Hoot hoo!" flouted the king, as the ice was handed to him, and he dropped the unusual substance from his fingers as though It were a piece t Iron. of Hut once his royal highness cooled the drink at his side and enjoyed Its rare freshness, he virtually appointed Ned Ice purveyor to the crown. Ned knew that his life was now surely safe. For a week he catered to the palate of King Obi. Then the sul phuric acid supply ran out. Ned ex plained to Obi that he would have to go to the nearest settlement to replen ish It. By signs he made a bargain with the king that he was to furnish him an escort, give him his liberty and he would secure the acid and give him the So It was arranged, and In payment for the same Obi handed Ned a little sack full of diamonds. One day two months lster, well with dressed, almost a capitalist, bright face and a happy heart, Ned appeared at the office of the patent lawyer to pay him the fee for advice. The attorney had refused to accept It when Ned was poor. The latter related his strange story. "And now, I suppose," smiled the lawyer, "you are going to expand your Invention In a large way?" "Yes," replied Ned, "after X bar married Nellie.' Our Charter Oak Parlor Furnace They Heat the Entire House. Furnished in Mahogany $110.00 Furnished in Gray Enamel $100.00 KENDALL BROS. red-ho- The Brunswick ! O01tUY, my friend, but you are about ten years too late." "Then my invention is worthless"" Jiqulred Ned Darrow in a tone of the deepest disappointment. Young Harrow uttered a sigh of regret. He proceeded to put back in lis leather case a device about two feel square. It was made up of roils, u glass jar, wires and tubes, a receptacle for sulphuric acid and a cranking attachment. By starting the sulphuric acid in motion by turning the crank, within a few minutes' time the quari of water In the condenser would become a solid" cake of Ice. "I built so many hopes upon it !" murmured Dafrow. "Everybody ui home in the little country town where I lived encouraged me," and the honest blue eyes bore a trace of suspicious moisture. "There's a sweet little rirl will be the worst disappointed, l'ooi Nellie !" "I wouldn't give up so easily if i were you," said the lawyer in a sympathetic tone. "Why don't you work something out of it in a small way." "As how, now?" queried Ned, with flickering hope. "Well, try some remote country. II would be new there." "Can't you suggest a place?" "Take Australia, for Instance. Or Japan. South America, too, might prove a profitable field." "I'll try it I won't give up!" announced Ned Darrow determinedly. There was a pathetic parting with Nellie Wyman, and sad but hopeful Ned found himself aboard an ocean steamer headed for the antipodes. It was smooth and pleasant sea progress until the Arcturus came with in five hundred miles of her destinaA terrific tion, the city of Melbourne. .storm arose and crew and passengers were hurried to the lifeboats. "No baggage allowed!" announced the captain of the steamer sternly, as Ned started to enter one of the boats, his precious Invention and Its operating accessories in the leather case. He was bound to save his machine, whatever came. This decision preventAt ed his getting into the lifeboats. last a lurch of the steamer sent him nearly overboard. He seized a safety plank and with It dropped Into the water. Amid the high waves and the blackness of the night he drifted alone across a fathomless stretch of waters. Almost famished and perishing from cold and exposure, the next morning I at daybreak Ned was washed ashore. Revived and encouraged, he was about to line the coast, hoping to come upon some settlement, when with hideous yells there burst from a near thicket d a score or more of dusky, savages. Ned was bound hand and foot. placed upon a litter and carried through what suggested an intermina- JUST RECEIY ED Call and See Them. ng d. td mm m.. NEPHI IMPLEMENT AND HARDWARE STORE AUTHOMZLD Ice-Maki- A. V. Hague and son Rodger, were down from Salt Lake Saturday. To save your money is to insure yourself and family protection. FOR SALE Three steam threshers now operWill sell ating in Sevier County. at one fourth value. Terms. Write to J. Waldo Parry, Richfield, Utah, Adm. estate of J. M. Parry. An Machine Saved the Inventor $ fown H. with us today NEPHI, UTAH S, fterns of the Protecting Your Family Make this bank your best servant. TIMES-NEW- f-l The UJtona)ji tail! iV ft sK'H;y Ni - Come see this wonderful invention the Brunswick Ultona which brings all artists on all makes of records into the home Much of the widespread prefer- ence for the Brunswick is due to this exclusive feature Ord and Mangelson Lunt Pharmacy Co. It pleases us to please you. Phone 43 y2K -- la BILES ! SATURDAY, October 25th X NEPHI 7:30 P. M. LEVAN 9:00 P. M. MONA 7:00 P. M. SPEAKERS Honorable Geo. H. Dern Candidate For Governor : Honorable J. W. Robinson Dr. Hugo M. Woodward NEXT WEEK'S RALLIES Mona, Monday, Oct. 27tb, 7 p. m. Levan Monday, Oct. 27th, 8 p. m. Nephi Saturday, Nov. 1, 7:30 p.m. No. 18 Raserre District Charter No. 8508. : : UKPOKT OF CONDITION OP THE NEPHI NATIONAL BANK AT NEPHI IN THE STATE OF UTAH AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON Oct. 10, 1924 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ; unsecured 11,167.08 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 Heal estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank Cash in vault and amount due from national banks Checks on other banks In the same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 12) Redemption fund with U.S. Tres. and due from U.S. Treas. 222,274.14 1,167.08 60.000.00 7,617.50 7.310.00 5,472.57 10,865.75 10.398.31 572.87 2,500.00 318,178.22 Total LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund Less current expenses. Interest and taxes paid Circulating notes outstanding Cashier's checks outstanding Individaul deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) Dividends unpaid Certificate of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Other time deposits 60.000.00 25,000.00 2.362.0? 60,000.00 2,443.29 98,830.16 22.00 114.00 720.09 88.686 60 318.178.22 Total ss. of Juab Stata of Utah, County bank do solemnly I, Ralph BrouKh Cashier of the abovo-name- d swear that the above statement is trua to th'j best of my knowledge nd belief. RALPH BUOUGH. Cashier. Correct Attest: 3. E. Ostler, T. A. Foote, Barton BronRh, Directors Subscribed and sworn to before nie this 16th day of October, 1924 Nephi Anderson, Notary public Nsphl, Utah Com. expires April 17, 1927.