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I THE KHJIfX ;yScxnotet "YO'NUftr 14 If life were based on mileage and we had to earn each successive mile by VierVjoe or by deed, many of us would not make the first mile. For some it is a long way through life, while others' it is vtyy short. j9rease percentages and averages: jt.e standing at the close of the 5th series ia as follows: Won 28; lost' i Wolves played 45. cent. 17622 per Elephants played 45. Won 24; 21 533 per cent. Gorilas played 45. Won 19; lost j 422 per cent. Camels played 43. Won 19; lost 26422 per cent. ac; It is expected that the league wim March, continue ,into tivities the final date of ending to he defiled by the teams. The prizes of the are bused upon maximum league games having been over and thOHe that you have fin ished, make as a contribution to this fine case of books, so other people can enjoy them too. The men's, basket ball team was heartily disappointed last Saturday of Hianight at the watha team. The Hiawatha team was apparently scared off and did not believe it wise to cancel, so just naturaJly. disappointed the- Helper "Y" by ds - rdayed. iThe ladies practiced basket ball Monday and Wednesday of this wi't'k and are becoming better at THURSDAY, FEBRUARY T3TA8 17, 1927 SAYS : ' The bowling league is holding up Wonderfully. The men are all act-jv- e on their teams and working to two-thir- tT&Ki EEEPES, MUSICALE PARTY urry U Li U urry u u a rices Lower Than When the World B egan Its Last Big Fight ! A valentine musicale party was given on Friday, February 11th by Mrs, Harry Clark for her twenty- ;Tlie ladies are actively engaged two students. in bowling each Thursday evening, A musicale programme was en bowling as many as 50 games on in which each student took joyed Many are making some evenings. ' part. men good Hcores, so good that the Much merriment was caused by art- becoming alarmed. the hats furnished by tho hostess, as each one there resembled those The' Sunday evening Gospel ser- seen on thee comic valeu- vice held at 7:30 last Sunday was tines. of Merkel well attended. Rev. A delicious lunch was served in Priee Community church was J.he the dining room, whih was decorsneaker, delivering a very good ser- ated appropriately for the day. All mon. These meetings are held there reported a wonderful time each Sunday evening. and were filled with enthusiasm ind a desire to do betteer work in 'The library books at the "Y" are the future. nwch in use during the winter THE ABBOTT MORTUARY months. The library contains 2,500 FUNERAL DIRECTORS volumes that are available to mem-b3i-- s of the "Y" and their families. Licensed Embalmers Several good volumes have been doPhone 129 nated during the past week, and Stafford Building more are in sight. Look your books Helper session. ea-- fm t nnO i h old-tim- b L reg-utar- lv UTAHNA LODGE Legal Notices HEBEKAH post-offic- e to-wi- oil-tan- Our Entire Line of NO. 39 Meets the Second and Fourth Fridays of Each Month Notice of Foreclosure and Sale Under Florence Lambson, N. G. Chattel Mortgage e Johnson, V. G. Gladys that is Notice by hereby given Ella Burgar, Ree. See. of a Chattel Mortgage made and Sue Manlsby, Fine. See. evcuted by the Silvagni Motor comCarof a Allison, Treasurer. mortgagor, Mary pany, corporation, bon" County, Btate ef Utah, to the Helper State Bank, a corporation of Hel- HELPER CONSOLIDATED per, Carbon County, State of Utah, LODGE NO. 56 mortgagee, dated the 25th day of AugI. 0. 0. F. of the office the in ust, 1926, and, filed Meets every Tuesday evening at County, County Recorder of Carbon. State "of Utah, on the 28th day of the K. P. Hall. Important business Members urged August, A. D. 192(5, in file' H of Chat- at every meeting. tel Mortgages, No. 12287, of the files to attend; visiting brethren welin the said office of County Recorder, come. D. E. LAMBSON, N. O and upon which Chattel Mortgage and M. A. HAG A, Bec'y. the note secured thereby there is due on this date, th date of the first pubONWARD CONS. LODGE NO. 15 lication of this notice, the principal m of $2314.84, accrued interest $12.34 Knights of Pythias ' total the aid $250.00 attorney's fee; Meets Every Thursday Evening at ' duo by the Bilvagni Motor company, a 7:30, at Castle Hall. eorperation, to the Helper State bank, N. Radcliff, Latuda, C. C. B. una Corporation, being $2577.18. The M. A. cora Kenilworth, K.ofR.&S Haaga, States bank, dersigned, Helper F. C. Bertolina, Helper, M. of F. poration of Carbon County, Utah, will by foreclose said Chattel Mortgage POPE & POPE sale of the property described therein and herein described and to that end Lawyers will expose and offer for sale at public Provo and Helper Offices in auction on Monday, the 21st day of Bank Bldg. State Helper &1 2 o'clock p. February, A. 1), 1927, Phone 118 Helper, Uta Motor the of at said Silvagni m., day at company office and headquarters DR. W. A. HARDY Helper, Carbon County, Utah, the said place being the place of business of the DENTIST iSilvnyni Motor company and being on in Office Henry Hall Block Houth of the and Street Main Phone 99. follownt Helper, Utah. The in said described ing personal property Chattel Mortgage will be sold, J. E. FLYHH All the stock of automobile accesUndertaker and Licensed sories, parts and supplies, including all Embalmer Ford parts, chains, tiros, springs, tools Ambulance Service for gale, and oils belonging to the said Hilvasrni Motor company. Also, all of Telephone 29 Price, Uta the tools mid machinery used by the said Silvagni Motor company in the DR. M. C. MELEOSE said garage business and business of Physician and Surgeon the said corporation, including:- jacks, . Helper State Bank Building and vendors, gas pump and HELPER, UTAH tank, piston aligning machine, carbide PHONES generator, motors, oil pumps, valve re Office, 131 Residence, 116 placing machine, one No. 2i042 Mau ley press dyes, blocks, pulleys, rectifiers, and all other tools and machin ery used in connection with the liusv ness of the said .Silvagni Motor com pany; all office furniture and fixture owned bv the said Silvagni Motor com- pauy in connection with tho said busi ness: 1 No. 303859 Victor safe: 1 Bur roughs adding machine No. 372432 and stand; Remington typewriter No. electric fan, tables, chairs, se, National ttee, roll top desk, Cash Register No. 1H50u03, 1 letter file: all cabinets; all shelves, all files, counters ami racks and benches, cupboards, bins and awnings; also, 1 wrecking krane, Motor No. ACS34fi, .Serial No. 1S451S. GUESS YOU WANT GAS? , The said above property being located in the place of business of t lie Here you can "fill up" to your fcilvagni Motor company on Main street heart's content with either gas in Helper, Carbon County, Utah, tor oil, and we guarantee both gether with nnd including any and all to be perfectly pure stid of exceother property belonging to the said llent quality, reliable in every Hilvagni Motor company nnd used in connection with the operating of said way. 'The "knowing" men on business of the .Silvagni Motor comthe road come here because they pany. Snid property will be sold to know it is one of the most dethe highot bidder for cash. pendable filling flat ions. TUB 11 ELI' Kit STATK 11 A N K, I By BARBOOLIO, CARBON RUBBER & REPAIR vir-tm- H 0 noes ana President. 3, 1927. 17, 1927. Phone 68 KmUsers- rices OST faverable incomparable impression. That's what this sale if j. has done to the people of this district, created the most ravorabie impression any sale has ever conveyed to the people. We are excited over the success of the first week of the sale and you will be excited and enthused when you come here tomorrow or any time within the next few days and see these wonderful values. We are ready for the next step, and the values will sweep this county with a force of bargains impossible to intelligently describe in this announcement. It is needless to tell you about this sale, for it has made its mark, created its popularity throughout the countv by its predominating honest policy to economically serve the public faithfully, frankly and unflateringly. These sensational reductions made possible because we are determined to close out these lines to make room for a large and complete stock of hardware and furniture. Good things don't last long, so hurry. We Meet all Prices on Groceries an Meats all-ste- First Publicatieii: Feb. Lubt Publication. Feb. n at Cost and BELOW COST show-cases- Jo-SKl'l- IT ry. luooci s iniais 11,-73- . TT m I h m 1 H mmu IV h I 7 d q No Exchanges! I1 No. Refunds! 1 i if All Sales Cash!