THE PAGE SIX BACKER OF FLIGHT BUY YOUR AT R CO. AND Receive A Beautiful Gift This is Mrs. Anker, wealthy woman of Fredensborg. Denmark, who Is the financial backer of Mrs. Frances Grayson In her attempts to fly from the United States to Denmark. Satisfying the Demand Fortune Teller Metal Burial Caskets for the manufacture of metal burial C!iskts In this country was granted eoout the year 1850. and they were flr't made In Cincinnati, Ohio, and Pro uience. R. I. A patent NEPHI, UTAH S, Accounts for Sale "You are uhout to be discovered by a moving picture director and elevated to stardom." Flapper "Hut that's the same thing you told my friend Rosa." Fortune Teller "I can't help it. The young Indies won't hearofanythititfel.se nowadays." Munich FMcgende matter. H. J. Helm, assistant supervisor of the Unlta National Forest with headquarters at Provo was in Nephl Mr. and Mrs. Henry Denkars of Wednesday on business. Ogden spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peterson Superintendent and Mrs. Owen L. parents of Mrs. Denkars. Barnett and. family spent ThanksElder Hans Anderson returned giving in Payson, where they visited home Saturday after spending two with relatives and friends. years in the Denmark mission fiedl. A largt number of football fans Mr. and Mrs. Wm Shepard motorfrom Nephi attended the University ed to Salina Sunday to visit with of Utah-Uta- h Agricultural college relatives of Mr. Shepard. game in Salt Lake City on ThanksMr. and Mrs. Joseph Bradfield giving Day. spent the latter part of last week Charles DeMoisy, Jr. rorest superin Deseret. visor, with headquarters at Provo, The stake Relief Society officers was in Nephi Tuesday and Wednes on business connected with the attended relief society meeting day forest department. here last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Bessie Carter returned home Laffey Christensen, who Is emfrom Cedar City, where she Sunday at visited Caliente, Nevada, ployed with his family here last week re- has spent the past five weeks with relatives. Mrs. Carter has also turning again Sunday. visited in St. George, and a number other place in Southern Utah Earl Peterson and family spent of had a very enand Thanksgiving here and friends. with relatives order to enlarge the field of service of the trucks manufactured by the .Chevrolet Motor Company, of the Sidney Corbett, Manager Commercial Car Division, today anIn ; Local News LEVAN NEWS OF Four Speeds For Chevrolet Truck8 Trade Js-tc- Fricfey, November 25, 1927. THE PAST WEEK FURNITURE D-T-- TIMES-NEW- -- mM. mark A New Pair FREE if they Rip DUNLOP CITY" five times as big as A T T A LAN nounced that a four speed transmission is now available for all Chevrolet one-to-n types. This new transmission, Mr. Corbett said, will provide 107 percent greater application of engine power than the regularly adapted to such work as pulling out of ploughed fields, sand pits, and similar heavy duty service. Provision also is made in it, Mr. Corbett said, for a ptower take-of- f so that the power from the engine may be applied to various devices such as hydraulic hoist, pressure units for sprayers, pumps, etc. Gear reductions In the thiee higher speeds of the new trans mission," he said, "are approximately the same as in the standard General It Motors of the U. S. Voluntary Association Street, Chicago, Illinois. 118 No. La Salle Merchants and professional men desiring to dispose of their Judgements, notes and accounts will be given full information on request. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stringhom of Los Angeles, California, spent Thanksgiving Day in Nephi, the Superintendent Owen L. Barnett guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Allred. will be the speaker at the Nephi ward Lafe Sperry, who has been workRelief Society meeting, on December 6th. His subject will be "Love ing at Dinkley, Colorado, for the A past few months, is enjoying a visit Thy Neighbor as Thy Self." special invitation is entended to all in this city, with his mother, Mrs. of the women of the ward to be George A. Sperry, Sr. in attendance on that day. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION The Lihohe swarm of the North ward met at the home of Lapriel Jones Tuesday evening. Games were Department of Interior, U. S. Land refreshments played and delicious office at Salt Lake City, Utah, were served to Lucy Garrett, Norma November. 14, 1927. Lillian Howarth, Earnstine Foote, Notice is hereby given that John Ord, Alice Jackson, beekeepers, E. Hanson, of Levan, Utah, who on Bracken, and Eva Gowers. June 7, 1920, made homestead entry, A surprise party was tendered J. No. 026441, for WSEii, ESWV H. Lunt, last Friday evening, the Sec 15, NWy4NE!4, NE 4 event being in honor of his birthday. SEVi, Section 22, Township 15 South The evening was spent in games and Range 3 West, S. L. Meridian, has social chat, after which delicious re filed notice of intention to make freshments were served to: ;Mr. and three year Proof, to establish claim Mrs. Dennis Wood, Mr. and Mrs. to the land above described, before John Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. C. Christensen, Notary Public, at Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Foote, Levan, Utah, on the 4th day of JanMr. and Mrs. E. R. Forrest, Dr. and uary, 1928. Mrs.. T. W. Allred, Mr. and JVlrs. Bur-ne- ll Claimant names as witnesses: Lunt, Mrs. Leah Evans, Mrs. Lowell Hanson, Harry Yates, Victor James Cole, Mrs. Sadie Cazier, Mrs. Finell and Wallace Neilson, all of S. B. McCune, Mrs. Cleo Reid, and Leamington, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lunt. ELI F. TAYLOR, Register reports having Coughs StopsIn Five Minutes Pries, flflf THE first spoonful brings Breaks op Cheat Colds, relieves Hoarseness, Hacking and Sore Throats. Creo-Lypt- us Palatable combination of Creosote and Eucalyptus, recomended for children and adults by phyacians everywhere. For Sals sty Nephi Drug Co. Ar-vil- la Natural Bread The breadfruit tree is native of the island of the Pacific ocean and of the Indian archipelago. This fruit supplies food and Its inner bark a material for making clothing. When the fruit Is gathered for use at an early stage the pulp Is vhite and mealy and of a consistence resembling that of new bread. SNE, proving available through tUe Chevrolet dealer organization at a cost ol $65 installed." is Credit Assurance Company joyable time. three - speed transmission, the extra fouth speed providing a reduction 10 7 percent greater than in the standard transmission. The new type operates and shifts the EE same a the standard, except for an auxiliary attachment to the shift lever which throws the fourth speed into gear. "The new product was developed by Chevrolet engineers and per fected on grounds. The following accounts are offered by the undersigned as to the highest bidder. The right Is reserved to Agents, for reject in full or in part any offer. L. E. Painter, Nephi, Utah, Suit and Shoes $42.50 F. T. Cole, Nephi, Utah, Mdse $56.00 C. Ekenstein, Tooele, Utah, Mdse $34.00 $19.45 Clyde Coaledge, Stockton, Utah, Account $59.00 Fred Haughtan, 4668 Cherry St., Murray, Utah, Mdse : V. L. Murray, Roosevelt, Utah, Mdse $20.00 Burt Sanford, Payson, Utah, Mdse $4.10 Jones Fearless, Park City, Utah, Mdse $7.25 The above listed accounts are guaranteed by the owners to be CORRECT and UNDISPUTED, and will be advertised for sale until All bids for the purchase of the above accounts will be resold. ceived at the office of the undersigned. Oh, Man I tumult agitates the scene, we sigh for peace once more; when life is pleasant and serene, we say that It's a bore. Boston Transcript. VVhen E3E SlfcsIk 3Ej Mecfl 23 You Know Him The tnu n who laughs when you Josh him about never paying the lunch check nt least proves that he can stand u Juke at his own expense. Fiinu :ind Fireside 315 TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR CHRISTMAS GOODS WE ARE YOU VALUES IN HARDWARE NEVER OFFERED BEFORE. LOOK THESE ITEMS OVER AND SEE WHAT YOU NEED NOTH'K OF C'OXTKST Department of the Interior, United States 41 ml Office, Salt Lake City, 1 Utah, Novemer 1, 1927. To John 11. Allen of 648 S. 2nd. E. Salt Lake City, Contestee: You are notified that Agnes E. hereby Snader, who gives Santa, Ana, Calif., e as her address, did on October 1, 1927, file in this office her duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your homestead Entry, Serial No. 0.32.199, made Feb. 1, 1923. for Lots 2.1, 30, 31, 32. Sec. 30; Lots 5, 12 1.1 and 14 Section 31, Township 14 S. Range 1 W., Salt Lake Meridan, and as grounds for her contest she alleges the "said entrymanL John H. Allen has not since the date of said entry cultivated any portion whatever of the above described tract of land and has not at any time cropped or planted any portion of said lands, that said entryman has not since February 1, 19 23, been en gaged in the military or naval ser vice of the United States and his failure to cultivate said land has not been due to service In the army. navy or marine corps or other war organization of the I'nlted States." You are, therefore, further notified mat saio allegations will he taken as confessed, and your said entry will he cancelled without further right to be heard, either before this office or on appeal, if you fall to file In this office within twenty days after the FOURTH publication of this notice, as shown below, your answer under oath, specifically responding ig Throughout the world the productive Dun-lo- p properties cover so vast an area that if combined into one place they would form "Dunlop City" of over 100,000 acres. industrial capital of the South THE great with her 19,634 acres is but one-fift- h the size of "Dunlop City." And even greater than die size of "Dunlop City," is Dunlop's world-wid- e reputation for building uniformly supreme Dunlop Tires. Supreme quality made possible Dunlop's great size. In turn, Dunlop's great size makes possible this same supreme quality, at lower prices than ever. You can expect more of Dunlops. DUNMMP Iff W W ! Page-Fairle- ss Motor Co. 1. Gray and Dudly Parlor Furnace, guaranteed to heat more air space than any other Parlor Furnace on the market Reg. $150.00 $125.00 1. AH 1. Cooper Hartan combustion Washer, Reg. $135.00 1 yours for ( Charter Oak Parlor Furnace Reg. $100.00 l.Charter Oak Parlor Furnace Reg. $98-5- 0 $85.00 $70.00 $60.00 Slightly used Charter Oak Parlor Fur nace Reg. $100.00 20 $65.00 discount on all Hot Blasts LOOK THESE PRICE OVER ON SHOT GUN SHELLS: Reg. $1.40 Ajax Reg. $1.35 Climax Reg. $1.25 Super-- X Xpert Reg $1.15 to these allegations of contest, to-gether wllh duo proof that you have served a copy of your answer on the paid contestant either In per Ron or by registered mail. iou kiiouki siaie in your answer the name of tho post office to which you desire future notices t' be sent to 1 Decorated dinner set 47 Pieces $17.50 1 Decorated dinner set 47 Pieces Reg. $1-2- 0 $1.15 $1.00 95 $13.00 $11.00 13-5- 0 you. F.li F. Taylor, Register. Date of first publication. November 4th, 1927. Date of second publication, November 11th. 1927. Date of third publication, November 1Mb, 1927. Date of fourth publication, November 2.".th, 1927. and Lasting all weelc of Nov. 28 to December 4th. post-offic- DUNLOP CITY Sat.;, Nov. 26 BUY YOUR HARDWARE AT A HARDWARE EE STORE."