THE Thursday, November 7, 1929. SUMMONS Rupture Shield Expert Coming to SUNDAY IN on MONDAY, NOV. Plaintiffs, Investment and Security Company, a corporation of the State of West Virginia , Parkersburg, Marietta A Inter Urban Real Estate and Improvement Company, a corporation organized under the Laws of West Virginia, No Charge for Consultation Mr. C. F. Redllch, the successful emert savs: Also all other persons unknown, The 'Perfect Retention Shields" hold the rupture perfectly, no matter what position the body assumes or how heavy a weight you lift. They give instant relief, contract the opening In a remarkably short time and strengthen the weak tissues (the real cause of rupture) so that they fre quently recover their previous natural retaining power, needing no Stomach further outside support. trouble, backache and constipation often caused by Rupture promptly disappear. Truly remarkable and prompt results have been obtained not only with recent and not fully developed ruptures but also with old, long neglected ones. Ingenious, recently perfected devices are now holding ruptures firmly which heretofore never had been APPLES Jonathan Apples, at this season .of year, are superior to any for baking, cooking, or as fresh fruit eating. We have an ample supply for They Saturday's selling. are medium In size, and have excellent flavor. These will be specially apples priced by the bushel basket in basket and Don't packages Saturday. fall to get some of them. Jonathans are at their best now. CLP. vs. Trl-Sta- te ONE DAY ONLY BUSHEL retained. No elastic belts are used. nor filthy leg-stra- claiming any right, title, estate, Hen or Interest in the real property described In the complaint adverse to plaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff's title thereto. Defendants. THE STATE OF UTAH TO THE TO J.C.PENNEYC0. RESPONSE NKI'HI, UTAH ROLL CALL URGED Ready for you with Smart Society's Activities Reach Millions Each Year Chairman Payne Asks Generous Support in ps Disaster relief work, service to dts abled veterans and their families, pub 11c health work and Its many other activities caused expenditures of $11, 064.000 by the American Red Croat for the year ended June 30. 1929, ac cording to the annual report of tb Coats j Her they art . . . tha season's new models la many, many charming venions . . , fashioned of smooth-finis- h mtc crisis and generously trimmed with fur. Sizes for women, misses and juniors an priced thriftily at 1 A Group ot Clever to-w- it: Home office, 635 ance Expert, MinneBoston Block, Minneapolis, sota. (Adv.) 017-N14-- a consisting of Enoch Bowles, Jacob Bowers & New Dresses ill James D. Pexton, and others, Also all other persons unknown, Nephi claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real property described in the complaint adverse to plaintiff's ownership, or any cloud upon SUMMONS plaintiff's title thereto. THE OF COURT DISTRICT THE IN Defendants. PROPERTY FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE STATE OF UTAH TO THE AND FOR JUAB COUNTY. STATE half of lot 4, block HEALTH PRESERVATION north The DEFENDANT: SAID A. of the Nephl survey OF UTAH. 30, plat to apsummoned You are hereby the Church of building lots, situated in Nephl Corporation ofLatter-day pear within twenty days after the section 4, In Twp. 13 south of Jesus Christ of IS AIM OF RED GROSS summons of this upon you, one east of the Salt Lake range Saints, a Corporation aole,under and service in which if served within the county 64 H Meridian. organized and existing Containing thiB action Is brought; otherwise, of land. reds r by Virtue of the Laws of the and after service, within thirty days State of Utah, THOS. H. BURTON." Society Employs Rural Public defend the above tentilled action; Plaintiffs, Plaintiff to so Attorney. case failure in of and your Health Nurses Teaches First v VS. P. O. Address, Nephl, Utah. The Nephl Social Hall Association, do, Judgment will be rendered Aid and Life Saving. Fillmore Delta ... o AM D? I go with you to the far corners of the earth and remain in the memories of man long after you are forgotten I can aid you in every enterprise or I can cause the finger of doubt and suspicion to be turned towards you. D Abuse me and I become a millstone about your neck. If you have mistreated me in the past I can be by careful attention restored to my full strength and helpfulness and your future can be filled with happiness and prosperity. I am more than the ability chandise on time your character. to purchase mer I am a composite part of AM ytDB2 CtDEtDIT Guard me well and keep me spotless for the HEAVIEST HANDICAP, the BIGGEST LIABILITY, the roughest UPHILL route is PAST DUE indebtedness. Don't let DEBT drag YOU down even small bills remaining unpaid make a person feel small. IPAY ALL yUQ2 B3G&JLS A comprehensive, nation-wid- e program to prevent Illness, and to save lives through proper nursing care and advanced methods of life saving and first aid Is fostered by tbe American Red Cross. The organization is tbe largest em ployer of rural public health nurses in the United States, through Its The policy of the Red Chapters. Cross is to encourage its Chapters to extend the public health nursing eerv Ice, where leadership in this field is not taken by some other agency in the community. The Red Cross health and lite saving campaign embraces the following: preservation of health through skilled nursing care; prevention of loss of lite In accidents: prevention of illness through cleanliness in the home and knowledge of methods of home care of the sick and raising tbe standard of health and physical efficiency through proper nutrition. During the year lust closed, more than 42,000 certificates have been Is sued In the Red Cross course In Home Hygiene and Care of the Sick, and since the courses were inaugurated more than BOO. 000 persons have been taught: 149,000 children were Instruct ed In proper eating through the Nu 4S.898 individuals course: trition passed the severe Red Cross tests Id Life Saving and 52.598 persons passed the rigid examinations in the First Aid Course. This work Is supported from fund? obtained In the annual Roll Call Armistice Day to Thanksgiving Day. November 11 to 28. SIX MILLION CHILDREN IN JUNIOR RED CROSS use me RBn-nr and nothing can hold vou back I will reflect you as clearly as a mirror throws back a candle beam. Build me right guard me carefully and I will become strong, powerful and full of vitality. Neglect me and I become a sight unpleasant to behold. Cherish me and I will contribute to your honor and reputation. a t at 5t D O WthKD From Which To Select Your Fall and Winter Needs Gleaming satin, smart flat crepe and satin back crepe in graceful fashions . . . soff and flattering, as the new mode demands. These dresses have been specialized for you in sizes for women, misses and juniors to-w- lt: 017-N14-- r; Membership. n rooDvyffit1'-T?fttTOa "A Surety of Purity" INCREASE; organization. This work by the Red Cross is sup ported by the annual Roll Call tot members, which la held from Armli SAID DEFENDANTS: tice Day to Thanksgiving Day, No You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after the vember 11 to 28. service of this summons upon yon. Directing attention to the heavy if served within the county In which peudltures by tbe Red Cross during this section la brought; otherwise, the past year, and to the tact that within thirty days after service, and tbe organisation was called upon tor defend the above entitled action; and in case of your failure so to do, assistance In 120 disasters In tbe States and its Insular posses Judgment will be rendered against United you according to the demand of the slons. Judge John Barton Payne, the complaint, which has been filed chairman, said: "The Red Cross Is a volunteer so with the Clerk of said Court. This action la brought to recover clety. supported by Us membership a judgment against the defendants and belongs to all of tbe citizens and each of them, quieting plain While it is a semi governmental tiff's title to the lands described In agency In that the President of th said complaint, and more particularUnited States Is Its president, and one ly described as follows third of Its governing board are rep of the 10 North rods Beginning resentatlves of Government depart Southeast corner of Lot 1, meuts, yet it receives no financial sup Block 44, Plat "A", Nephl City port from the Government. Survey, thence west 68 feet 6 "Funds for our work for war vet Inches; North 1 rod; West S erana and their families, for carrying Inches; North 5 rods; East 68 feet 9 Inches; South 6 rods to on disaster relief, tor our varied place of begin ing. bealtb activities, tbe life saving and THOS. H. BURTON, first aid work our many other acPlaintiff Attorney tivities, all are and derived from tbe mem P. O. Address: Nephi, Utah. bershlp fee. The public is asked only once each year at tbe Annual Roll Call to join In this support of tht against you according to the demand Red Cross." of the complaint, which has been The Red Cross expended an aver filed with the Clerk of said Court. This action Is brought to recover age of $936,000 per year in the past a Judgment against the defendants seven years. In disaster relief work and each of them, quieting plain from Its ovn treasury, statements tiff's title to the lands described in show. The work for world war vetsaid complaint, and more particu- erans also has caused heavy expend! tures. larly described as follows THE OLD SOCIAL HALL I guarantee the durability of my absolutely sweat and moisture proof, sanitary appliancea. 76 of ruptured children recover completely through expert mechanical treatment according to statistics. Do not waste your money on widely advertised mall order contraptions. You cannot ftt yourself. C. F. REDLICH, Rupture Appli- SKAGGS THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN R. Shaw, and Clyde Shaw, 11 from 11a. m. to B p. m. tCvvnluKt by telephone appointment only two-thir- PAGE THREE H. FORREST HOTEL Here are two choice varieties from which to select your Sunday roast. Both will be old at about the regular price lit our Nephl inarkjt all day Saturday One Is an oren or pot beef roast, cut from choice, tender beef. The other U 8 to 12 pound, day old, fresh pork shoulders. See both of these Hems tomorrow at our O. P. Skagga System Market. NEPHI, UTAH S. CALLS ON RED GROSS AND FOR JUAB COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH. NEPHI ROASTS TIMES-NEW- IPKMIPTrLy Ti e year 1329 marks the tenth an nlversary of the founding 'of the American Junior Red Cross. Then? are now Junior Red Cross societies in forty-onnations, all pledged In tbe common rtuae of service to their fel e lows. Membership In the American Junioi Red Cross in tbe United States and Insular possessions is 6.878,000, and Is largely through grade and bigb schools and private schools. The or ganization is governed by tbe boys and girls. One of Its chief features corre is conduct of International spoudenre with schools of other na. tions, through exchange of albums and small gifts. The American Juniors sent 85,000 Christmas boxes of small gifts to children of many nations last year. The American Junior Red Cross gained 349,171 In membership last year. nations belong to the League of Red Cross Societies, and are prepared to carry on health, dla aiter relief and life savtrg programs all around the world. Fifty-on- e "He Builds Wisely Who Builds WelT TO BUILD WELL a ( 1 f little hepFplasier CopperRivet at all Strain points Plus Extra Heavy; Tested Denim in HAS NO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In the World LEVI STRAUSS WEPHI PLASTER and MFG. COMPANY Waist Overalls Insure long wear NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior, Gen eral Land Office at Salt Lake City. Utah, Oct. 18, 1929. NOTICE is hereby given tbat Harold J. Mower, ot Falrview, Utah, who, on January 17, 1927, made stock raising homestead entry. No. 043889 SEfor SEttNE, Sec. 5, NWViNWtt. Sec. 11, NSE, SE, SEyNEV4. NNEH, Sec. 10, NSEtt, SWSE. NWNE,12 NW14, Section 15, Township ANEW ir. EH EE I rLL IFTHEY SSI rip Ask for Levi's Reliable Merchandise since 1853 South, Range 3 East S. L. M, has filed notice ot intention to make final Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before Eli F. Ray S. Tanner, "I. M. Tanner and Taylor. Register U. S. Land Office, Lester C. Miner, of Falrview, Utah at Salt Lake City, Utah, on the and Clifford Meyers of Fountain 26th day of November, J929. Green, Utah. 02 Claimant names as witnesses: Ell F. Taylor, Register. 4-- NOTICE OF SALE IN THE DISTRICT COURT est in a certain north wall ot a OF THE FIFTH JUDICIAL. DISTRICT IN AND FOR JUAB COUNTY, STATE OF UTAH. In the Matter ot the Estate of Henry H. Hawkins, Deceased. 1 The undersigned will sell at priestate hereinafter described, situated in Nephi City, Juab County, Utah on or after the vate sale the real 7th day of November, 1929 dwelling house and ground intervening between said north wall of said dwelling house and the land adjoining this on the north, as conveyed by John S. Hawkins to Harriet W. Wheeler by deed recorded in Book No. 31, records of Juab County, Utah, page 51. Also all right, title and interest in and to the following described parcel of land, Beginning 301 fet 3 inches west of tbe northeast corner of Lot 4 of said Block 29. Plat "A" of the Nephi Survey of Building Lots, and running thence south 129 feet 5 inches; thence west 3 feet; thence South 85 feet 1 inch; West 12 feet; North 95 feet 1 inch; thence east 8 feet 6 inches; thence North 119 feet 5 inches; thence east 12 feet to the place of beginning. Dated the 23rd day of October, and written bids will be received at the office of Thos. H. Burton, Attorney at Law. Nephi, Utah, said real estate Is described as follows: Beginning 9 rods and ZVt links south of the northwest corner ot Lot 3, Block 29, Plat "A" of the Nephl Survey of Building Lots and running thence south thence 25 feet 10.28 inches; east 6 rods; thence north 25 feet 10.28 inches; thence west 6 rods to the place ot beginning. Subject, however, o the right of the owners of property adjoining this parcel on the north, being an undivided Inter to-w- it: 1929. CHARLES II. GARRETT. THOS. H. BURTON, Administrator of the Estate of Henry H. Hawkins, Deceased. Last Publication, November 7, 1929. First Publication, October 24, 1929.