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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPHI, UTAH S, LET US PROTECT YOUR FUTURE PAGEANT On Monday, October 19th at 4 the Primary associations of the Stake and wards in Nephi will put on an Indian Pageant and Parade depicting incidents and representing characters of Indian days. The preparation of floats and costumes for this occasion has been under way for a long time and they will be well worth seeing. The parade will start promptly at four o'clock on main street and after it is over a bonfire party will be held on the Play Grounds on East Center street where weenies will be served to the kiddies. son who realizes the value of saving is the right type of person with whom to exchange business relations. A savings account here is safe in every meaning of the Our protection insures BULL'S EYE your future. L NEWS (By Florence Chase) p. m. We welcome any kind of a saving account for we know that the per- word. SCO HIGH TO GIVE Xditor and General JAanaqer WILL ROGERS iKfnnttd from The Juniors held a meeting Monday noon to decide upon their stunt for the Carnival Ball. They have something fine, so everybody come a come out. They have organized boosters committee in their class for the purpose of putting things over with a "bang." II I I Super-Zenit- are doing their Ball. share towards the Carnival They are making paper caps to be on sale at the dance. AH the Sophomores will be there. The staff officers of the N. H. S. year book are giving, a big Costume Ball Friday evening. The wearer of the best costume will be awarded a year book for 1926. Miss Ellen Cole was chosen to be Queen of the Carnival. Each class will be given a corner f the gymnasium where they will have booths and side shows. II and The Clown perdescribed as leaders. Sixty-fivcent of the dealers carried the Atwater Kent line, as against 52 per cent who carried its nearest competitor. In the New York American's report of the survey, Atwater Kent is "The one outstanding described: leadtf." The report further says, "It has an average selling price of $120- casting. which closely approximates the .13, Metropolitan New York the city average of all sets sold, $125.57. No mid its 50 miles of suburban territ- other make sellsanywhere near this of all the radio ory buys one-fift- h general average." (The survey was reductions equipment bought in America. made before our price r.eeau.se of the number of broad- went in to effect.) The New York Daily News, which casting stations there are 22 important ones and because of the inter- has the largest newspaper circulation ference set up by steel skyscraper in the United States, asked Its read New Yorkers have to have sets as ers what make of Radio they prefer near perfection as can be found. red. The leading make was Atwater The dominance of Atwater Kent Kent. Call us for a demonstration. radio in this territory is, therefore, a SILVER MAPLE SERVICE J I A constant reader of my "Bull" Durham Ads writes in and says; "If there was another smoking the equal of "Bull" Durham a lot of us would quit you no matter how much it cost. But alas there is no equal at any price as we have all found out at various times. So we must hasten to turn the pages and groan, whenever we encounter the CLOWN Ads of Will Rogers, who is trying to discredit the worth of the WORLD'S FAVORITE To-bac- co See that Bird wrote this whole Ad for me himself. He knocked me buthe boosted "Bull" Durham. Me fell right into my hands. Its only by the wisdom of our smart people that us CLOWNS and Fools are allowed to ride in Limousines. They say "The Lord protects the foolish," so, I am nestling right under his wing, So thanks Mr. Smart Man, write us another Ad. It will only cost you two cents t 3 E 3 Ranges From room or 5 . . . P. S. There will be another piece here two weeks from now. I Look for it. I I'eepul whut make jokes about ministers, wives an' ! Successors to Lunt Pharmacy Co. a little foolish! fools. NOTICE OK FORFEITURE It's only human to b Frank Mellen J. W. Mellen You are hereby notified that I the undersigned have sxpended the sum of being the sum of $200.00 Ef ye drive reck- for $400.00 each of you as your share due for hev lessly yell in assessment work for the period endaccident sooner or ing July 2nd, 1925, as required upon later; ef ye drtv ths SPIDER. EMJIA, HURRY BACK, some carefully, UTAH No. 1, UTAH No. 2 and UTAH : less guy hits ye. They git y No. 3, Mining Claims, situated In either way! 9 reck-Mor- al SfflSeSsr 1 in Mount Nebo Mining. District, Juab County, Utah. If you fail or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure on or before Ninety days from date of first publication of this Notice your Interests In the above mentioned Mining claims will become the property of the undersigned In accordance with the laws in such cases made and provided. J. E. KRAUSS, Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept 23th, 1925 and Bille e Fosr ASI Roads assd S OPERATORS of large truck, bus and cab fleets tires if they are to make money. That is why so many of them have standardized on Firestone. Experienced race drivers, almost to a man, equip with Firestone. Car owners can have this same extra safety and economy by using e Cords. Gum-Dippe- d the Firestone extra process, impreg- Gum-Dippin- g, nates and insulates every fiber of every cord with rubber insures greater safety and comfort over rough and sandy roads builds extra strength and flexibility into the sidewalls an exclusive feature that adds thousands of miles to the life of a tire. ! Come in let us save you money by vrnr enr with a set of these wonderful $13.00 to $125.00 A. $50.00 to $100.00 Wc are jjivinj; copper cooking utensils away with every Range purchase. 14 ORD & M ANGELSON long-mileag- Don't wait until Winter Come in now while wc have a fjood .selection to choose from. 1 It Pleases Us To Please You TOBACCO." m CHARTER OAK & UNIVERSAL STOVES AND RANGES Heaters To Heat 111 As the authorized Zenith dealer, we invlt you to attend a demonstration of the Super-Zenit- h in your own home, if you so desire. A telephone call is all that's necessary. There'a not the slightest obligation. Ida Chase, r; II Another "Bull" Durham advertise- ment by Will Rogers, Ziesreld Fol lies and screen star, and leading American humorist. More coming. Watch for them. TheWise Guy New York Daily News. New York is the radio headquarters of the United States. It is first in the number of broadcasting stations, nualitv and variety of programs, the number of receiving sets in use and the number of wholesalers, retailers, entertainers, and others employed in manufacturing. Belling, and broad- I 1 The basket ball series commence soon, so look for some snappy games. The leading radio in the nation's remarkable tribute to its efficiency, biggest city is the Atwater Kent. This The New York American Interviewed is proved by surveys made this year 1,675 dealers and found 129 makes by the New York American and the of sets on sale, only six of which were e 1 i is priced on a basis of cost The Super-Zenit- h to make not made to fit a price. A watch costing one thousand dollars is far more accurate and beautiful and satisfactory h than one costing a few dollars. A is far superior for the same reasons to the ordinary radio instrument. There are no more ounces of rubber or metal-- no than more feet of lumber in the Super-Zenit- h in many Instrumentsobtainable athalf the price. No argument there we freely admit it. For that matter, there's no more raw metal in a pound of horseshoes than in an equal amount of platinum jewelry. But there is a mighty difference in cost and value. The Zenith simply can't be made for less and give you the quality of tone, rte selectivity, the certainty of satisfaction. t; 'The One Outstanding Leader" in New York, Where Sets Meet the Stiffest Tests iiiiiiiw Super-Zenit- The Sophomores are iiiiiiiiii Super-Zenit- The Girls Glee club wa3 organized ast week with the following officers Emma Cole, president; Kathryn Marie Cowan, Starr, Atwater Kent Radio First In The Nation's Biggest City bbeb 1 ica, public speaking class; selection, Boys Glee Club. "The Peoples Bank" in ail! HAT'S a natural question and a fair one. If everyone in America could hear the words wouldn't be necessary. Performance quality of tone selectivity tell their own story tell it distinctly clearly without the possibility of question. h Many people who have not heard the regard it as a high priced Instrument. It isn't cheap that's true. And there's a real reason for its price. 1 (. I The Seniors have something real snappy for the big Costume Carnival Ball. secretary-treasure- m 1 Its Price? ftiO OctoW Ird dial of Tin Saturday Smh Is the Zenith Worth The Seniors met this week to de cide on their class rings, but no definite action was taken. The Columbus Day program given was as follows: by Miss Neville Prayer, Mr. Harry Beagley; singing by N. H. S. students; reading, Ellen Cole; story of the discovery of Amer- Nephi National Bank IA 3 KENDALL BROS. -- jj tires still Guaranteed by 111 Tiftli Avenue, New York City TtllVorJt oQuai& MOST MILES PER DOLLAR Central Motor Company Nephi, Utah AMERICANS mcoofATo ft prices are still low. SHOULD PRODUCE THEIR OWN RUBBER....