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I gp" Your present car is worth more to you today than it I was worth a month ago, and at least $100 more than it . i IV WM bo worth in another month or so. V , On that basis, buying your new car now is like finding - J money. It means you can have the pleasure and comfort i " ' r of a new car at once, and save real money by doing so. . ; j Plainly, then, you can't afford to wait I , More People Buy Hudson-Esse- x Cars ! Than Any Other Six " KIOJPSCDRI ESSEX Tlw Only Super-Sixe- s Bingham Garage PHONE 88 Ml , . , i M Inree U 3 wonderful newcomfbrt- - i B factors not combined in f$ other automobile p cfartfjtuLtlk) kat-?trfi- ut 1 tfrl (Jhmt feat Jvtfer3atulbj n Iany A new adjustable front seat electric I windshield rtiyer with two blades rear B seats amply vide for three adults all I 3 unite to launch a new epoch in style, i 1 1 comfort, perfotmance. Is it any won 1 ,j I der that America is according it the J Am most enthusiastic reception ever given j 1 1 any fine car? I I "1 fJtSifoerlnmversaryL j D.U1CK " 0t WITH UASTCRP1BCB BODIES BY FISHCK I I . RANDALL - DODD AUTO CO. I SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH f ' j Wtiii Battar AatvBebikt Ar Bailt ... Baick Will BalM Than "FOR SALE on Provo Bench a CO acre farm. Well cultivated. Good water right 12 acres young straw, berries. Will sell whole or part. If Interested write U. O. Miller, Murray, Utah, or phone Murray 330. " Play Pool at ! THE OXFORD line of cigars, tobacco and soft drinks. (FullAmerican Beauty right off the ice. J WANTED Hear from owner gooa ,. farm for sale. Cash pttee, particulars. D. r. Dues. 21 B. Las, MlueapoUs, Minn. SOFT DRINKS J Delicious Budweiser, Cigars and j Tobacco at the ; Opposite the Safeway j Pump, Succulent I r Jurkey --J j ; "in Your Moutii I " 45 c lb. V !i ALSO delicious Celery, Sweet Patatoes ( Lettuce, Cranberries. & ect. for your I Thanksgiving Dinner ! j JIMS GRuGETEBIA MsaaitttfjstUtltttUtlMWtlttWWIl CITIZENS COAL & SUPPLY CO. COAL, ICE, HAY and GRAIN DELIVERED to all Parts of Bingham Canyon Phone : : : : : 39 1 Bingham & Garfield RAILWAY COMPANY Ship your freight., via Bingham and Garfield Railway. Fast ; daily merchandise cars from Salt Lake City" in connection with the Union Pacific System. USE COPPER Brass piping for $4500 cottage only costs $48.87 ' more than galvanized iron piping and will .v.; LAST FOREVER F. H. PERLEYVVTTS, H. Li DAVIDSON Assti Gen. Freight & Pass. Agt. Agent Salt Lake City, Utah Bingham, Utah V I ji: : , .... - ; 1 r--T- -r Vj UTAH IS SERVED BY rpf V , 1278 BELL EMPLOYEES i , Nationwide Service Provided By An Army of Workers j Each time a telephone subscriber in Utah lifts his re-- i i ' ' celver he commands an army of telephone workers. More Y ; than 828,000 are needed to provide tha telephone service , of the nation, and in Utah alone there are 1,278 employees. . f- -f Of course, the largest group are a- I ' the operators, who are needed to set Jfjffefw bp?I j 'op the talking connections between . lfE'ljlHr ' neighbors, to nearby states, across 4ltjf3h$r ' the continent or across the ocean.' SAt?i In Btah they handle an average of ! SS4.000 calls every day. In the entire Mountain States ter-- . rltory, thla company's operators handle approximately two j million calls dally. One prluclple guides the efforts of all this company's v ! employees the spirit of service a determination that . telephone service must be continuous and uninterrupted; , that the message must go through. A STATEMENT OF POLICY FOR SAL Ceta three aMe tvoaad for VaJt avs, aboot Mta Bonca. AtV Mhst Aeet Wu-ne- r, 127 West Its. BeeSa. gn Lake. Phone Wat, 124C J. FOR 8ALE New, strictly modern, S room brick home. Redwood, Just North of the West Jordan school. Large lot, good chicken coops and garage. Enquire, Mldvale State Bank. 1 "Undoubtedly a very great factor in the continued i progress and Improvement of telephone service Is the in- - f ! , tangible but quite real spirit of service that has become a '! tradition in the telephone business. The people who are ! ' engaged day by day in trying to maintain a high standard of telephone service are doing their part, and a most im-- portant part, in increasing the quality and keeping down ! the cost of service." i Waiter 8. Gilford, President, j . American Telephone and Telegraph Company v-- i. "Ub th constant aim of employees of this company to adhere to then tame ideal o service." F. H. Bold, President, Mountain State Telephone and Telegraph Company. : Number Calls After 7 p. m. Save You Money Phone 91 for Good Printing Serial No. 017&U6. NOTICE OF APPUATION FOR MINERAL PATENT. United States Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 17, 1928. NOTICE IS HERHUY GIVEN, that the Bingham Mines Company, a corporation, by its duly authorized agent and attorney-in-fac- t, liner Pett, whost post-offi-ce address la Dooly Block, Salt Lake City, Utah, has made application for patent for the BERYL MiCTION lode mining Claim, Min-eral Survey No. 6923, situated in the West Mountain Mining District, Salt Lake County, State of Utah, describ-ed, with magnetic variation at 17v09' E., aa follows, vlx: Beginning at Cor. No. 1, (from which the SB. Cor. of Sec. 25. Town, ship 3 South, Range 3 West, S. L. B. & M, bears & 26"14' E. 2001.8 ft.) and running thence North 700 feet to Cor. No. 2; thence West 20O feet to Cor. No. 3; thence South 700 feet to Cor. No. 4; thence East 200 feet to Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning. Said lode mining claim Is located In the SE4 Sec. 25, T. 3 8., R. 8 W., SX..D. & M and contains a net area of 0.045 acre, the areas In conflict with Sur. 3329 Defender lode; Sur. 5378 Amber and Beryl lodes, having been excluded. Said claim is of record in the office of the County Recorder of Salt Lake County at Salt Lake City, Utah. The nearest Known locations are the aforesaid excluded claims, and Suf. 3619 Palazzo lode, and Sur. 3631 Electric lode. I direct that the foregoing notice be published In the Bingham Bulletin, a weekly newspaper published at Bingham Canyon, Utah, and nearest said claim, for nine consecutive is-sues. ELI F. TAYLOR, Register. First pub. Nov. 22. 1928. Last publication, Jan. 17, 1929. Edw.' D. Dunn, Attorney. Salt Lake " City, Utah. PUBLIC LAND OFFICE. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. U. 8. LAND OrnCfi at Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. II. 1923. NOTICE Is hereby given that, as directed by the Commissioner of the General Land office, under pro-Ti- e Ions of Sea 3455. R. S., pursu-ant to the application of Julian If. Bamberger, ot Salt Lake City, Utah, Serial No. 034493, we vOl of-fer at publlo sale, to the highest Udder, but at sot lea than 15.00 per aare, at 10 o'cloak A. IL, on , the 18th day of Deaqmber, 1138, next .at this office, the following , tract of land: Lot IT, Sea 80, Twp. 8 South Range 8 West 8. I M. I 13.1 acres. The sale will not be kept open, but will be declared closed when those present at the hoar named ) hare ceased bidding. The persoxr making the highest bid will be re-- quired to immediately pa to the Receiver the amount thereof. Any persons claiming adversely the above described land are advis-ed to file their claims, or objec-tions, on or before the time design-ated for sale. ELI P. TAYLOR, Register. Nov. 1 to Nov. 19, 192. i I 1 i WARM AIR LEADS j AS MOST POPULAR . HEATING SYSTEM Which system of home-heatin- g Is I most popular, la a question bome-own-- j ers frequently ponder when trying to I select equipment for their own houses. The answer la given by the I Holland Institute of Tbermology of Hnlland, Mich which cites results of I a national survey on the subject re-- cently completed. t This Investigation snowed that 40.0 ( per cent of all American homes are i heated by the warm air circulating j system; 24 per cent by steam, hot water, vapor and vacuum systems; ' and the remaining 20.1 per cent b, stoves and 11replaces, ThlslsJajHg-s-J- S tadex of pabUc of the healthiness of warm air heat Mrs. Leland Walker and Mrs. Robt. Hone entertained at a prettily arrang-ed Bridge luncheon Monday after-noon at the home of Mrs. Hone. A color scheme of yellow and white was carried out in the appointments. Vas-es of tiny yellow Chrysanthemums formed the centerpiece for the ta-bles. Places were laid for Mrs. R. G. Prazler, Mrs. 2&ttesfeS!8 Jennie Buchman, Mrs. Joe Norden. Mrs. W. W. Sha waiter, Mrs. H. B. Aven, Mrs Bud Aven, Mrs Arthur Maly, Mrs. Paul Richards, Mrs. 0. S. Jensen, Mrs. Eu-gene Morris, Mrs. James Mclntyre. Mrs. A. C. Cole, Miss Mary Ritchie, Mrs. H. R. Atkln, Mrs. Ergene Chand-ler, Mrs Edna P. Wade, Mrs. R. Shil-ling, Mrs. J. D. Shilling, Mrs. L. Jones Mm. Arthur Macke, Mrs. M. A. Cotter, Mrs. J. C. Lelser, Mrs. Leslie Breckon, Mts. Harvey Oarrlty, Mrs. Frank Wardlaw, Mrs. W. S. Jones, Mrs. L. C. Doty, Mrs. Lars W. Neilson, Mrs. Feno Shafer, Mns. Neva Abel, Mrs. Joe Kemp and Mrs. Andy Anderson, Bridge was played after the luncheon High score was won by Mrs. Paul Richards and second by Mrs. Leslie Breckon. Mrs. A. C. Cole entertained mem. bers of the Civic Club Thursday eve-ning. MIiss Louise Van Ee gave an in-teresting talk on Holland and Mrs. R. A. Payne gave the current events after the meeting luncheon was serv. ed to Mrs. Eugene Morris, Mrs. A. C. Larrlck, Mrs. Feno Shafer, Mrs. Jas. Mclntyre, Mrs. John Vletti, Mrs. A. Sorensen, Mrs. James Nerdln, Mrs. Tom Nerdln, Mrs. Robt Kelly, Mrs. Theo Chesler, Mrs. R. O. Frazler, Mrs. Ray Kenner, Mrs. Arthur jCdok. Mrs.. H. R. Atkln, Mrs. J. M. Woodhouse. Mrs. R. A. Payne, Mlas Louise Van Ee, and Miss Mary Ritchie. Mlas Iva Welch returned to Poca-tell- o, Idaho, Monday after spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ransom. , NOTICE TO CREDITORS ' ' ' Estate ef Defend Paekeeo, leeeaaea, Creditor, will present etalaag wits vomohers the mnderslgned at 117 Mate St, Bingham Can yea, Utah, or before the fleet y it Deeaaber, A. D. 133. ' ANDRONJCO PACEK. Administrator ef the aWate eg Fktr- - reaeio Facheco, Deoeaaea, Date of first publioatlom 8ept 27. A. D., 1338. Deep Basement Adds to Home Heating Efficiency If the prospective home-build-wants a well-heate- d house, he should Insist that the basement be deep enough to allow for Installation of his warm air furnace in such a man-ner that it can function to the best advantage. Thl is the advice of the engineers of the Holland Institute of Tbermol-ogy- , Holland, Mich, which has recent-ly completed a survey of the factors making for efficient home heating. To meet the situation In old homes where basements cannot be altered to provide for first-rat- e heating in-stallation, or where conditions of the soli prohibit basements of the Ideal depth aeven feet the larger pro-ducer of warm air heating plants re-cently developed a new type of g heating plant It Includes t motor-drive-n fan which forces air through ducts and leaders through which the fore of gravity wtfl not te it COMMUNITY CHURCH NEW8. ' Walter E. McClenegaaa, Minister. . Church Sehaol, It a. pa. Morning Worship, LI a. St. Junior Church, 11 a. m., in down-stairs room. . " Copperfield Sunday School, 1:89 p. , m. Highland Boy Sunday School, 8 p. m. Boy Scouts, Tweday, T: IS p. as. ' Boy Rangers, Thursday, 8: IS p. nt. Ladle Aid - Missionary Sootety joint meeting, first Friday la each . month, lp.m. The Ladles Aid Society will meet each week for the next month and ; Prepare for the Bazaar which Is to be N held in the early part of December. Wrongly Placed Heaters Waste MUHons in Coal That American householders are wasting millions of tons ot coal an-nually because of the faulty location of heating plants In homes la the opinion of heating experts of the Hol-land Institute of Thermology, of Hol-land, Mich. A warm air central heating plant, the Institute points out; must be lo-cated in the basement so that It can deliver Its heat with equal efficiency to all rooms. If this is not done, extra fuel will be required to force warmth to the less favored rooms. If the basement is partitioned off Into separate rooms, the Institute ad-vises, the warm air beating plant should be placed under the living rooms, rather than under bed cham-bers or unimportant rooms. The heater, which may be of the new Holland Vapor-Air- e type, should be as near the chimney flue as pos-sible. This Is because a short pipe to the flue will draw better than a long one. w m m lV Legal rtofrMUit The eldest legal fraternity U ao (stance Is Phi Delta PU. vhlea was founded ta the University ef Mlaalgaji In 180ft Other legal fraternities are l Delta Tbeta Pal Otnna sfea Oejauaa. rhl Alpha Delta. Phi Delta Delta (le-gal wemen), Sigma Delta Kappa, Blg-b-m Ka Pht Eternal Question These limbs i whence had we then this stormy force, this life blood with Its burning force? They art dust and shadow shadow system gathered around o'er met wherein, through some moments or Tears, the divine essence U ta U revealed ta & fleah-Cal- yle. Senator Walsh's Tribute "In my country be (Herbert Hoo-ver) Is regarded aa a very able man. I look ipoo him as one o. the great men of his day. His exceptional abili-ty " is . recognised throughout the world." Senator Walsh (Mont.) In the New York World, 1820. Forestry In Germany. Forestry Is one of the chief sources of revenue for the numerous small towns like Oberndorf, Germany, and the conservation of tree wealth ha been developed to an almost exact science. Berth on the royal laud and In the community forests the amount of timber cut annually Is not allowed to exceed the annual growth. Numer-ous fir tree nurseries are scattered throughout the region. The Leaser Evft "Don't y"o get Jtwfnlly tired ef tak-ing part In all those theatrical per-formances T the friend of the amateur actor once asked. Tee. painfully tired," he replied, "for I don't Uke to act a bit But I know that if Tm not on tha stage F1I have to alt la the waeaaer Made From Belfrie Bt RomboldTs Singing tower at Ma-rines, in Belgium, has forty-fiv- e bells; the belfry at Bruges has forty and S similar number sound from Antwerp's cathedral spire. In the belfry at Mons axe forty-fou- r bells, and from the bel-fry at Ghent fifty-tw- o bell still ring. Circular Flues Safest; Cleaning Is Easy, Cheap Circular flues keep chimneys rea-sonably clean, according to the Hol-land Institute of Thermology of Hol-land, Mich. In localities where soft coal or wood are need for fuel It has been found that soot accumu-lates In the corners of square or oblong chimneys, which If not by periodic cleaning Is like-ly to cause Ores that may have disas-trous effects. Chimney-cleanin- g is a nuisance to the householder who tries to do it himself, but It is prtanued quickly, inexpensively and without muss by a modern type of vacuum cleaner built especially for chimneys and heating plants. When Men Fougnt Hand to Hand. The most fearsome of alt the anelert Russian weapons was the great battle-- ax. There were many. 4iQerint tyf" of these, hot all were alike In Latins queerlp ebsgM, -- - ef huge proportions BSC tXJiOS.- o km poles. The npper portion of toe Made usually projtcteg tn.a fantastic curve above the haft while' the lover end bent toward the pole, to which It was attached by s Hk&Mbg of wire. Slam Her, Somewher "A butcher was driving s cow ta the slaughter pea." relates the Tribune, "when a stranger stepped him and asked, "What are yon going to do with that cowT 1 am going to kfll her,' said the butcher. "Oh, I wouldn't do that.' said the stranger. Too feed her for awhile and I think she will live,'" Hno Potition There to never any real danger ta allowing a pedestal for a aero. He never has time to sit on It One sees him always over end ever again kicking bis pedestal out from under aim, and using it to batter a world wit. Lee.