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f . Now'ThatT . Thousands Cannot Takie Aspirin The discovery a tew yeara ga of .. & pam relief .. which exhauniiru tests by thousands of phytilchina, dentists and curses proved U to i ' truly wonderful, was indeed a ' great blessing to sufferers of head-- , aches, neuralgia, rheumatism, neir ri.ua, period pains. iuring the - great flu eplderaio it was conclus-- ively found thousands ' could hot take aspirin, acetanllid ... or com- - - pounds containing these. The remarkable ne discovery called A-y- does not,' contain a, acetanllid or any heart do-- . . pressanta. It is absolutely barin-- - less to young or old. It stops palu . in five rnlmitea and" instead of ; leaving you feeling loggy, it actua-lly peps you up. If you have severe headache, 1 pains of any'klnd.'tfy thta remark-- . able Sew scientific discovery. A tube of twelve tablets at your drug-gists "ccJtt but a few cents. Just ask for 0I you will be iiellght--' ed. ' . PEDCTS FIGHTS f DEATH AND DISEASE i - : r four Nation-wid- e Services Pro-mote Health Preservation and Accident Prevention. A nation wide program for preser-vation of health and prevention of ac-cidental death Is on a ot the great ser-- ! vices of the American Red Cross. Four bureaus, manned by experts, direct this work. TUey are the Public Health Nursing Service; tha First Aid and Life Saving Service; the Home Hy-giene abd Care ot the Sick Service, and the Nutrition Service. These services aim at preservation of health through skilled nursing cart; prevention of loss ot life In accidents; prevention of illness," through cleanli-ness In the home and knowledge ot methods of care ot the sick; and rais-ing the standard ot physical efficiency through proper eating. This nation-wid- e campaign against disease and accidental death is con-ducted through a majority ot the 3.531 Chspters of the Rod .Cross. It Is a community campaign, fitted to the health problems of each sectljn. ' The Red Cross, through Its Chap-ters, Is the largest employer ot trained Public Health nurses In rural work in the United States. In Its campaign for preservation ot hesltu and preven-tion ot disease it has aided In estab-lishing S.onD or more community nurs-ing services. , ' At the national headquarters an en-rollment, ot nurses Is maintained, which forma a great nursing reserve. Unilor Its Charter from Congress this Red Cross Nursing Service Is the offi-cial reserve for the United States Army and Navy Nursa. Corps. In addi-tion, these nurses ar available In time ot disaster or epidemic This re-serve list of trained nurses has In 1928 reached Its peak In number enrolled- - there being now 47,000 nurses quali-fied under Red Cross regulations who may be mobilized In time ofemer- - ' gency. ' ' 'V . The comprehensive, nation-wid- e pro-gram of instruction In First Aid and Life Saving . maintained by the Red Cross Is In answer to the appalling total of accidental deaths each year In the United States In its First Aid instruction among ' Bremen and police forces. In factories, railroad centers, great Industrie, and public utilities, the Red Cross annual-l- y reaches more than 160,000 men and ' women, whom It teaches to be alert, ready In case of accident, to apply Brit aid treatment. r ' The. campaign agalmtt accidental deaths through drowning has been carried throughout the country, and there now ire 173,506 men and women, boys and girls, qualified as Red Cross llfd savers. ' Y . , More than 600,000 certificates have been Issued to girls and women, boys and men who have completed the Rod Cross Home Hygiene and Care ot tha Sick' course, 'which teaches sanitation In the borne, safe care ot the Infant and child and of the invalid in the home. , ' : -- ; iiJij V7 ; ... . We are now located at No.4 Main St. when we will maintain our general garage end aut sales service bnisiness as heretofore conduct' ', .'.- ' ' - ' i ed at Markham & Main Sts. ..'... " .,, y We invite your continued patronage. " Canyon Garage ' .. PHONE 333 ' pMSJJSBMSSaMMHSJBMkMMSMM '! ! ' ' ' Thrills Heartaches laughs ;- k -r'- -'l .;t.; ' " FIX BAYONETS! ByCapLJobW.Thomason,Jr. : - '. i - ' ' , big. story of the . - . . , . ' . World war! Unbeliev-- , .,..:-- r . ably good, diversified ; . - and absolutely uiiique." i. . t ; ' ' you are a ... J '' ' ' mUitaHstpacifistoTjust' ; . in between, . the epic . - . . will surely interest you. : ' - ' . ,v The spirit of combat 13 . . . - - in every line and in . ( . r , .'every illustration ' , t . ' ' , illustrations which re- - r produce . sketches. : i - ". dashed off by Thorna-- ' ' - ' ' son himself on the field. .. , . - of battle. t - a ' ' ' Starts as a Serial in THE BULLETIN in 2 UJeeks j FOR SALE. Cottage; three neres ground for sale, Union ava., about 68th South. Apply Mi Albert War-- ner," 127 West 5th South, Bait Lake, Phone Was. 1285 J. V ' i " - .... WANTED Hear from owner good-larr-for sale. Cash price, particulars. V. 'T. Bush, 26 B. Lake, Minneapolis, Mind. Great Mommts In ) he tives of - .. . Motofw'.'- of a series of 5 you've had a flock WHEN and you've, become "familiar eight , arotmd every tire repair shop In town and you've just about decided tha ooly thing to do la to turn the bus In on a new ' ' car to be rid of aH this tire - 'trouble '. .' ": . . - - , . : And A friend eUs you Miller Tiras will change the whole aspect of things and you drive ia and tell as "Millars all around" man that's a ' decWoo you'll brag about v and yonll find a new pleasure In driving the likable old bus ' ' and you'll save yourself a coat sum in tba bargain. BINGHAM GARAGE PHONE 88 , L ','',.: ', , .? "" ' I " -- ! - , - a .5 . ) Jbr cmtiral Trentjorfttt ," ;;; " ' lyif '.;vh-.-,L H; ' Cf-i-'- i V.;: . - i'-- -- m i . .; .- . r . 4 ' ' . ' . : ':' p- - - CONSTANT' EXPANSION'"' : to serve Chevrolet owners better . ; . ' ; , " ; '1 ' ' rfTIrK INCH January 1st" . 'uner the supervision of Chev f t. $Zf4 more than a million rolet engineers. This equip iHySJi i new, Chevrolet ment definitely assures maxi-- , ' ';' na ve been de ' mum' speed arid precision and .' . .'. - 1 ".';. ' I livered to owners the lowest possible cost in the ' making the Chev ; , performance of every Chevro r .', ' ' ' Ls d rolet Motor Com 'l-'- let service and repair operation - - pany, for the secortd , -which are chargedfor on a f tr;,- I i- -. i- ' consecutive year, the world's . flat rate basis. ' ' ' - j ' ' ' . .. largest builder of automobiles!, . . , , . .'' This outstanding achievement mendous facilities have been x. has been attained not only be .", made available to' 15,000 ' '.' " cause of the quality and value 'authorized service stations t- - "'1 of Chevrolet cars but also be manned by skilled mechanics, '. v cause there has been a constant over 25,00Qofwhom have been - V expansion of Chevrolet service factory trained to efficiently ' ' ' facilities. ; ' - handle' every repair operation , T ' , , . V- ' on a Chevrolet car. In addition, : wr-i-- t lthAu "V1' Aere are over 4,000 other. i here geaiiln. Chevto. ' factories to Chevrolet dealers . Its obtained. , ' ' and owners everywhere, there , : ' have been erected 26 huge Uniformly efficient, uniformly parts warehouses in the princi- - reliable and within easy reach , pzlcentersofdistribiition. This of everybody everywhere this 'J expansion program is continu great service organiiation is , ' V ..,.... ally going on for four great " maintaining ai peak efficiency ' ' . additional warehouses will be , - the fine performance for which " " ' in operation by January first Chevrolet cars have always . and seven more by the sum- - " been reoowned. ? ' fxict of 1929 '': , v, - - " t l. Wecordially invite youtocome , - Into the service departments of in and see how our service all Chevrolet dealers, Chevro facilities reflect the influence . let has brought special tools v of. this great national , service. .. .. ... - , ' and shop equipment designed ' program. ' . - ( - . ;. :: . : , ..,.v . . : : ; v 7 BIIS'G HA3I GA AGE ' ' Phone 8S ' . Binham Canyon; Utah , ", t ... ' ' - - ;. - r.. . I I !i, ' - .. . . ' ''.' . "f '" q u'A:-:lx:t- t 4 a:t l o w cost i . li Real comfort for all three I the most, pleasing seating arrangement. of any car in the world . . another reason for the sweeping demand for J the New Buick! . ; v f ' , There1 1 ample room in Buick t wide ieats for three adults ... Gomfprt unparalleled ; in the automobile world! . ""'-- ... . BCflt4$iherJInnipersrtffi : . . S WITH MASTERPIECE BODIES BY FIS1ISB ' .' H '. ..?. J BINGHAM GAR AGE I wliaBmcf AutomobOe An BuU . . . Bokk Via Baild Them ull " ... ...' " PUBLIC LAND OFFICE. DEPARTMENT OF THE ..: INTERIOR.' VU. S. tAND OFFICE at Salt Lake - ' City, Utah. ' , . "i .7 ; Oct 19, 192X. .' NOTICE is hereby given that, as 'directed ty the Commissioner of :the General Land ofTlce, under pro visions of Sec. ?455, R. S., pursu-ant to the application of Julian M. 'Bamberger, of Salt Lake City, ytrtah, Serial No. 084698, we will of--f er at public Bale, to the highest bddder, but at not less than $5.00 "per acre, at 10 o'clock A. M.. on Vthe 18th day of December, 1928. hext, at this office, the following A tract of land : Lot 17, Set 30, Twp. . ,3 South Range J West ' S. I M. J2.6 acres. ;t The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when "those, present at ,the hour named "havsfceaaed bidding; 3"W perjon: .waking te highest bid wiU be rd- - Sjuh-e- to immediately 'pay! td the jRecelver the amount thereof! Any persons claiming adversely : the above described land art advlsf ed t file their claims, or objec-tions.- on or before the time design-ated for sale. - - ' - EI,I F, TAYLOR, Register. , Not. t to Nov, .' mands are Increasing annually '' : Judge Payne pointed out that In tha fiscal year of 1927-28- , the Rod Cross had extended aid In 0(j major, catastro. phes. In the United States and ' Its Insular possessions, and In 22 natldns abroad. This ' does, 'not Include the WeBt Indies. hurricane disaster in Porto Rico and, Florida, which oc-curred after the close of the Red .Croat ' fiscal year, Juna SO, 1928. The Red Cross expenditures for dis-aster In that period were $10,544,-258.8- ot which approximately 0 was expended In tbe Mississippi Valley for the flood relief work. which; came from a fund contributed by the public. Morc thaa. $1,000,000 was expended In the St. Louis tornado damage, aud mora than $1,000,000 in New England. In both cases public relief funds were raised, although la Ne Kugland the Red.'Crosl contribu-ted In excess of $500,040 from Ita owa funds for the' relief work. In the. ma-jority of the othef. 68 disasters, and in all of the 2$ foreign catastrophes In which the Red Cross extended aid, the money. came: from-It- s owq re-sources. ' ;..., ,'..'',? . J ,i The largest Item ia the annual bud-get of the Rod Cross es tor its veteran relief and work for disabled and service men, upon which It ex-pended In this year $1,109,795. - Every man and woman Is asked by Judge Payft'e to Join the Red Cross during the roll call period, to aid in these humanitarian enterprises. ' GOAL OF RED CROSS ANNUAL ROLL CALL 5,000,000 MEMBERS Disaster Relief and Work for Vet erans Cause Heavy Drain . ,'"on Resources. , . ' - In order to bnable the American Red Cross to carry on Its broad activi-ties, ranging from service to the world war veteran to instant response In time ot disaster, a membership of 6,000,000 should be enrolled, and In this year Ot 1928-192- that Is the goal set tor tha twelfth annual roll call,' to be held from November 11 to 29, Armla tlce to ThanksgM&B Day. ' ' John Barton Payne, chairman of the American Red Cross at Washington, in calling npob tha nation for 6,000,000 adult members, directs attention to the great expenditures required of the Red Cross for disaster and veteran re Hot work, and for its many other ac-tivities duvoted to health preservation and Improvement and to cutting 'down the number of accidental 'deaths, through life saving and first aid courses. "The Red Cross should at all times have a large reserve fund." Judge, Payne stated, "because when disaster strikes, and this organization Is called, Into Instant action, there is no time to atop and raise funds. ' Dollars may mean Uvea, so, we should have at all times a good reserve. We ni,ve been forced each, year to draw upon our reserves, and we find that the de-- .... ' ; . . ;. i : r .1 Labor Head Aski . f .Nation's Workers to ; ; vf Support Red Grots , "! '' t u ' "j William Green, president of tha American Federation of Labor, In Washington, calls upon tha workers . . of the nation to support tha twelfth annual roll call ot the American " Red Cross, November ., la tha , following ftatemoat: ' ' ' "Through tha American Red Cross wa And exprsaaloa for soma ot our noblest Weals. It Is an Instrument tor' magnifying many times our personal service . to humanity.' .... .' "In the face of great disasters, 1 when tb Injured and) hoqalssa rna Into the thousands, there Is little '( we can do Individually. - ConsoMdatr Ing our strength tbrougr member- - ( ship In this great organisation, our . opportunity for service ,la anllrn-- Ited. , We must not forget that avery day Is a day of disaster to thoa- - ' , sands. Into homes where disaster ,' strikes your Red Cross goes In your name to be friend and et nnselor to . ' ' tbose uon whom misfortune haa laid her heavy baddV ' "As President of 'the American rederatloa ot Labor, I hope and 1 feel confident' that the workers of ! .' the nation will respond to tha Red f Cross Roll Call and have e part In i this organisation grea work." .... f y (Signed) ':- - 1 ' . .', 'v ' ' .President J TV American Federation ot Labor. - ' i ; J COMMUNITY CHyRCH. i Walter E. McCleheghan, Idinlster " '. Chureh School, 10 a, m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. -- ' Junior Church, 11 a. m., in down-stairs room. , . . Cppperfleld Sunday School, 1:30 P m, :.' .Highland Boy Sunday ,chopl,, 2 p. m. ' .Doy Scouts, Tuesday, 7:15 p. m. Boy Rangers, Thursday, 8:80 p. m. Ladies' Aid - Missionary Society Joint meeting, - first Friday in eaoli month, 1 P. m. , ', . . .'. ' . Ten years after the Armistice, the American Red Cross still carries on for the world war veteran, providing comfort add ente'rtaluaient for him In-- hospital, aiding his family, uheii necessary, preparing and" following through his claim for- insurance, compensation or disability. ' - . , ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Florencio Pacheco, " ' , deceased. Creditor, will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned" at .51" Main SL, Bingham Canytn. Utah, on or before the first day tf December, A. D. 1928. . ' i . . ' ANDRONICO PACIIECO, Administrator of the Estate or Floe- - ' rencio Pacheco, Deceased. Date of first publication Sept 27, A. p., 1928. ' RED CROSS NURSES AID : n IN HURRICANE . DISASTER ... J In addition to their year around work tn the Public Health field, tha Public Health nurses ot the American Red Cross bare answered a number ot calls to combat epidemics,' and la disaster work daring the year Just ending, the Red Croaa states. Their greatest task was In tha re-lief following the Wost Indies hurri-cane when 20 nurses were despatched to rtorlda and 32 to Porto Rico, to as-sume charge of the health work there. Epidemic conditions were especially grave In both places, and Inoculation of several hundred thousand persons bad to bo arranged In ordar to prevent spread of contagions. Nursing tba Injured, the sick, aged and young and caring for tha newborn were heavy tasks In both areas. The Red Cross nurses also were called upon tor work In epidemics la communities, lnclualnsf the 'serious septic sore throat epidemic In New England and a typhoid epidemic In New York jtate. More than 6S0 Red Cross Chapters throughout the nation operate nursing services which they support altogether ,'or In part"-""- , ''"'