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THE LOCAL LET US PROTECT YOUR FUTURE TIMES-NEW- NEP.H1, UTAH S, HAPPENINGS j ! CLASSIFIED ADS Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bracken visited Greening Apples For Sale the state fair Tuesday. 39. Phone ,Mr. and Mrs. Otis Horton motored to Salt Lake Tuesday to visit the A full line of Watkin's Products is carried by Elliott Miller. Order Lake Now. state fair. $10 A daughter was born to Mr. Mrs. Paul Cowan, Tuesday, October Take One to School! WANTED poultry, eggs, veal and hogs Mutual Creamery Co. Clarenand ce G. Foote, Manager. evening. 7 6th. Let us give you a price on your E. H. Sparkes Jr. of Provo, Utah, roofing needs. R. Hawkins, agent visited with his parents In this city for Texaco roofing. Wednesday. Nothing but Texaco roofing was New A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. used on the following places: Gilbert Howard, Wednesday, October City Hall. X.L. Bakery. Carter's Meat 7th. Market roof, Kendall Bros, roof, Central Motor roof, and L. M. Pexton's new home R. Hawkins, agent. We welcome any kind of a saving' account for we know that the person who realizes the value of saving is the right type of person with whom to exchange business relations. A savings account here Hie BULLS EYE is safe in every meaning of the word. Our protection insures r' your future. worth Roscoe Grover went to Salt Tuesday, returning home Wednesday "Editor worth for Now mors than ever you It want a Park er Duofold because, without adding a 0 single penny to the price, sua another big ' m r improvement has been add. e- d- ' Good violin for sale, reasonable price. Suitable for advanced student or orchestra work. Call Times-New- s a J Mr beau- - tiful sold for your monogram and the price still stands at 7 for the Over-size: 'Duofold Jr. and Lady Duofold 5. Parker Pens in wide as in black- here FX tipped, lacquer-re- d or black all over. Each with neat gold pock free. Step in or gold ring-en- d today and get one of these fountain on approval. pen Classics AW sortment for particulars. et-cl- ip Small Columbia phonograph and cabinet for sale In good condition. s office Price $15.00Call for particulars. and general Manager WILL ROCERS Times-New- My home for Sale iiiii:i;iiiii!IIII!iiiiiiiiiiii J. A. Christ- - It Pleases Us To Please You ensen. stock of We have a complete If you are in need Texaco roofing. of roofing, call R. Hawkins, at 77. Nephi National Bank If you want good Texaco. R. Hawkins. Ord and Mangelson roofing, The former ranch of the late David William Cazier, land, water and See building for lease or sale. David Cazier. "The Peoples Bank" Successors to Lunt Pharmacy Co. Nephi, Utah Phone 43 We are now prepared to handle your eggs and cream, having taken over the Nelson-Rick- s creamery station in this city. Bailey Grocery Co. NOTICE OF FORFEITURE Another "Bull" Durham adver- - g tisement byWiil Rogers, Ziefrfeld I 1 tollies and screen star, add lead humorist. More I 1 ing AmericanVVatcU i for them. comiaK. JM I TRADE Js. till lSVt5 fiju "mrtiii i Improving on History MARK FREE if Tliey Rip pair Look for tlie Two Horses A new Charter No. 8 Reserve District 50 8 No. 12 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE NEPHI NATIONAL BANK AT NEPHI, IN THE STATE OF UTAH, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 2Sth, 1925 RESOURCES Toial Loans 216,166.26 1,155.46 unsecured, $1,155.46 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par Overdrafts, secured. $ ; value ) $50,000.00 Total Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc.: Hanking House, $4,700.00; Furniture & fixtures, $4,424.00 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 as reporting bank (other than Item 12) $ 48,386.63 Total of Items 9. 10, 11, 12, and 13 Miscellaneous cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. 50,000.00 8,560.00 9,124.00 14,622.57 10,858.07 43,916.92 4,469.76 376.18 2,500.00 Treasurer - Total 361,749.22 I just finished hearing; a Politician, one of the Washington Boys, talk on Abraham Lincoln. The only thing I could picture in common between him and Lincoln was that they had both been in Washington. When a Politician aint talking about himself he is talking; about Lincoln. Lincoln has had more Public men speak of his good qualities, and fewer copy any of them, than any man America ever produced. His famous address was only about two hundred words long. No Politician has ever been" able to even copy his briefness. In fact that is the last one of his qualities that they would try to copy. Lincoln said more in those 200 words than has been said in the entire City of Washington in the last 10 years, and here is a quality that no historian cr speaker has ever brought out before. At the completion of the Gettysburg speech, he wisely refused one of Grant's Cigars, and borrowed a sack of "Bull" Durham from an Ex Southern private, rolled his own, got on his Mule and went back to Washington. LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Less current expenses 50,000.00 20,000.00 $8,955.53 6,023.42 50,000.00 2,883.47 2,932.11 paid Circulating notes outstanding Cashier's checks outstanding Total of Items 22, 23, 24. 2,833.47 25, and 26 Individual deposits subject to check Certificates of deposit due In less than 30 days (other than for money borrowed) State, county, or other municipal deposits secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond Dividends Unpaid Total of demand deposit (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve.. Items 27, 2S, 29. 30. 31. and $127,407.35 32 Slate, county, or olher municipal deposit,, secured by pledge of assets of this bank or surety bond Other time deposits Total of lime deposits subject to Reserve, Items 33. 91.301.48 34. 35. and 36 Hills payable (Including nil obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscount) 22.00 5.242.86 114.00 14,133.50 361,749.22 above-name- d RALPH HROUGH, Cashier T. A. Foote. Barton Brough, J. E. Ostler, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sth day of October, 1925. Nephl, Anderson. Notary Public (Seal) Residing at Nephl, Utah. My commission expires April 17, 1927. Corrert-Attes- we, Wlasr riam-Ipptia- tBBtDoartanlt by the undersigned that if within ninety days from the personal Bervlce of this notice upon you, or within ninety days after the service of this notice upon you by publication, you fail, refuse, or neglect to contribute your portion af such expenditure, to wit: The sum of Two Hundred Dollars, ($200.00) to the undersigned, your interest in said mining claims will become the property of the un- in accorddersigned, your ance with the law in such cases made and provided. Dated July 9 th 1925 Salt Lake City, Utah J. E. KRAUSS rs D. C. JAMES is so g to Cair wsaeirs the Firestone extra builds into tires extra quality by impregnating and insulating every fiber of every cord with rubber. This exclusive method is carried out in g plants, after which special the cords are put through the usual calenG GUM-DIPPIN- dering process. By this method, added strength and flexibility are imparted to the cords, makBalloons most serviced ing able and enduring over rough roads. Gum-Dippe- 8.000.00 83,301.48 State of Utah, Comity of Juab, ss: bank, do solemnly I, Ralph Rrough, Cashier of the swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my Knowledge and belief. that the undersigned have expended during the year commencing at 12 o'clock M. July 1st 1924 and ending at 12 o'clock M. July 1st 1925, the sum of SIX HUNDRED DOLLARS, ($60, 0.00) in labor and improvements on the following named mining claims, to wit: EMMA, SPIDER, HURRY BACK, UTAH No 1, UTAH No. 2 and UTAH No. 3, situated in the Mount Nebo Mining District, Unorganized, Juab County, State of Utah, and recorded in the Records of the County and ending at 12 o'clock M. July 1st 1925, and, You are hereby notified Gum-Dippin- 122,028.49 t Total P. S. There will be another piece here two weeks from now. Look lot it. To HARRY CARTER: You are hereby notified Recorders Office of Juab County, State of Utah. That said work was done and improvements made on said claims during the said year July 1st 1924 and ending at 12 o'clock M. July 1st 1925 in order to hold the said claims under the provisions of Section 2324 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, and the amendments thereto, and the laws of the State of Utah, concerning annual labor to be done on mining claims. That there is due from you to the undersigned the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, ($200.00) on account of your share of the said Six Hundred Dollars, ($600.00) expended for annual labor on the said mining claims during the year from July 1st 1924 Mf ISA Bull 1 buy Gum-Dippe- d Balloons now while prices are low. MOST MILES PER DOLLAR AA I Guaranteed by Save money . t: IKCSOrCKATIO 111 Fifth Avenue, New York City Central Motor Company Nephi, Utah 5"a AMERICANS SHOJLD PRODUCE THEIR OWN RUBBER .