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I i " "'""' T"'' ' '""' ' AMERICAN FOHK CJTIN, AlTnpAY, JANtTAnv 3 m ?fl
I Lehi Locals and Personals
J. C. NIcIbom cnmo lit from Hureka
for tho holidays and returned Sun-
.Hnrlow S. Uurch was lu Lehl Mon-
day loott.lng nftcr some business mat-
The Btork brought n bul boy to
tho homo of John R. Hono Sundny.
Mothor null baby nro doing flue.
( Hnlph Leltcr, who tins becii spend
ing tho past month In St. Anthony,
Idaho, returned home Saturday.
A real good Blilno costs only a dime
If you go to Arel Southwlck.
Both of your feot will look quito neat:
And he'll not bo Blow about it.
nay Southwlck, who has been oper
ating a, big stock ranch In tho Bolso
Valley, Idaho, for tho past year,
t la visiting with Lehl relatives. I
Mr. and Mrs. Hcbcr Hnr, who' have
t been spending tho past week with
tholr-LcliI friends, returned to Payson
Charles Earl accompanied by How
ard Murdoch returned to Cnstlo tinto
Friday, whore ho has n contract to
install an electric wiring system In
tho coal mines for tho Utah Fuel Co.
J22.50 to Dcincr nnd return, Jan-
uary 1C-17. Return January 31st. Na-
tlonal Western Stock Show. Dlvcrso
routes. Ask for tlckots via Salt Lako
8 Route. 27-J10
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Sunderland of
Eureka were visiting tho past week
with Mrs. Sundorland'sfllster, Mrs.
E W. Jones. Mr. Sunderland Is cn-
gnged In mining lu Eureka.
K Mr. and Mrs. John L. Thonine,
whose homo la In Sugar City, Idaho,
nro visiting with Mr. Thomas' mother
Mrs. Joseph A. Thomas. Mr. and
H Mrs. ThomaB havo not boon In Lehl
JH for several years,
Tho Lehl stockmen Is having pub-
llshed a pamphlet containing a cut of
a crittor on which la Illustrated tho
brand" and ear marks owned by each
man who runs stock In tho weVt
Carpenters, plasters, plumbers and
'painters havo been busy tho past ton
days changing tho allies lu tho grnm-
mer grado school building Into n
room for gymnnstlc work nnd folk
dancing. It will bo roady for tho
atudonta whon tho schools open next
Mr. and Mrs. TIioh. Austin, of Salt
Lako City, spont tho latter pnrt of tho
Wcok visiting relatives in Lehl. Mr.
Austin la manager of tho Austin Sheep
Co. Ho reports tho 'sheep ns doing
woll this winter and does not look
to seo wool drop to any lower lotol.
than it was tho past year.
Morgan T. Woodhouso, Jr., and
Eugono Brlggs spont the holldnya with
tholr families In Lehl. Thoy nro de
lighted with tho big form recently
purchased In tho Burloy dlatrlct in
Idaho. Tholr land Is rich, well
watorod, lies closo to a rnllroad Bta
tlon, PoBtonico and a big modorm
Bchool houso now building.
W. A. Evnns nnd C. F. Gilbert havo
taken tho contract to extend tho Utoh-
Orcgon tunnel at Topllrt for a dlstnnco
Ioi imy feet. It Is thought that this
distance will tnko them nearly under
tho old shaft whoro somo good oro
was taken out in days of old. They
left with a load of provlalona Satur
day. This property Is owned by Lehl
W. F. nutt nnd Chris Anderson
:nmo in from Simpson Springs tho
;mst weok whoro thoy havo been (lo
ng tho nnnunl nssosBinont work on
ha Aniorlcnn Copper Mining Co'a.
roup of claims. Just boforo leaving
Jioy Btruck a small voln or vory high
rndo copper rock that will assay
uy up. -uioy also opened n dopofllt
f stuff that will rcfjulro a special
JWinlysIs to dotormlno what It really la,
Last Wcok Jamos Chamberjaln
gapped or ran down with hla pnek
I hounds nvo lynx or wild cnts lu
lo hills near Codnr Fort. Ho wna
Molly lookln for tho big mountain
on which lu tho Into aunimor killed
'euty head of Bheep for tho Carson
ys and which Is atllHuiown to bo In
io mountains. Thoio Is a bounty
' J40.00 awaiting tho enpturo of tho
At least six dllToront parties havo
nt in bids for carrying tho mall
oin Lohl to Topllff. Somo of them
III Put on automobiles If thoy ac
ini tho contract nnd will haul pas.
ngors nnd light oxprobi. Tho con
"ct this tlmo will last for four
nrs Tho bids' will not bo opened
til tho twentloth of tho month nnd
will bo Bovoral days later beforo
o auccossuful blddor Is known hoio.
John Urndshaw went to Mnntl, Mon
day, for a brief visit.
Mies Edith Jones, who has been
ZZ "f SOm tlni '" leon,. re
turned homo Friday.
Mrs. Wesley 1'restwlqh, who has
been spendIl)g (ho M n
nrrhed homo In tlmo for the holidays.
Luther Coatcs, who Is working at
liTT'r T1 th0 hoMay week
with his family In Lehi.
Bishop James H.' Gardner went to
Salt Lake City, Tuesday, tb attend n
mooting j,f tho sugar ofuclals.
Claronce Yntcs and Mlaa Taylor ol
Suit Lake City, spent tho holidays
with Lehl friends,
' .. "? !!? Pranc,s' ot Morgan, spent
tho holiday week In Lehl tho guest
of Miss Ivy Thomas.
Prof. W. K. Hopkins attended the
runernl of Superintendent A. C. Nel
flon lir Salt Lako City, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fredcrlckson,
head carpenter at one of tho Murray
sampling works, apont Now Year's day
with Lehl rolatlvca.
Mrs. Erma Dean RIcka, of Rex
burg, Idaho, Is visiting her grand
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wing and
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ross.
Charles Ohran nnd Henry Erlckson
returned to Price Friday, whero Mr.
Ohran has tho contract for tho erec
tion of several buildings.
-Maronl Olmstead passed 'through
Lehl Tuesday on his way to Prlco
whoro ho has recently mndo aovorol
' Important real eatato dcala.
John w. Roberta loft this week
for laland, Idaho, wherrf ho with
Eugono Drlggs nnd M. T. Woodhouao
own n 1G0 aero farm. Mr. Briggs
will remain hero for several months.
W. T. Taylor, A. J. Evans and II.
M. Roylo, Jr., went to Provo, Monday,
to resist tho petition of John E. Stand
ring to bo uppolntcd executor of tho
Rebecca Standring catate.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Allen of Port
land, Oregon nro vUltlng with Mra.
Allon'a mother. Mra. Joaoph Broad
bent. Mrs. Allen was formerly Miss
Miss Mildred Dough", daughter of
William Gough, of Pnrma, Idaho, la
vlaitlng with hor grand pnronta, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jnmea Gough. When
aprJhg opens her father will fciako
tho trip In hla auto.
Soth Llttleford wont to 8nlt Lnko
City this weok and thou out to Blng
hnm Intending to bo on tho ground
when Sheriff Smith opens tho Apex
mine. Mr. Llttloford Intends gottlng
tho ?1,000 rownnj ofTcred for tho cap
ture of Lopez.
W. J. Hlggs, who fioB hnd two men
selling his patent Ironing board tho
print year, will increnso his output
nnd plnco sovoral moro men on tho
road. Ho sont out numbor 300 Inst
week Mr. Hlggs also haa a patent
tool hondlo which ho will exploit in
tho nenr futuro.
Ono day tho post week tho head
bosa lu chnrgo of tho pllo driving
outtlt at tho mill pond was standing
on tho ond of a 40 foot, pllo which
turned over carrying him under
neath. Tho man would hnvo drowned
had ho not beon rescued by Thomna
Georgo Shaw, who litis been living
nt Pnrmn, Jdnho non;- tho Oregon
lino, cnmo to Lehl to apoud tho holl
dnya. Ho was accompanied by Mlsa
Doll Hilfr whoso homo Is just across
tho lino In Oregon. Thoy wont to
Provo, Monday, whoro thoy woro mnr-rled.
a recont isauo of tho Garland
Olobo snya that lu a big word re
union to bo hold Docomber 30, Moslnh
Eviuib will net ns toastinnster. That
Ed. N. Austin will act as agricultural
syporlntondont for tho Garland au
gar fuctory tho coming yenr, Uiat
Supt. T, II. Edwurda, superintendent
of tho U.-I. Bugnr company vlalted Og
den Monday and wo guosa ho'a back by
thla tlmo, and that Clnronco nnd Ed
Auatln and tholr wlvea wont to Suit
Lnko City to spond tho holidays.
Tho United States Weather Bureau
has established a atatlon lu Lehl with
Poatmnator Joseph Andoraon in
chnrgo. A aot of dollcnto JnBtrumoiits
for recording tho vnrloua menaure
monta wa8 received Tuesday. Thoy
will bo kept lu a apcclnlly construct
od houso back of tho poatonico. Air
Audoraon will keep n dally record of
tho precipitation, rainfall and buows,
and variations of tho tonipcrnturo, etc'
Mrs. Pemolla Young la quito 111
with an attack of pneumonia,
James A. Brown spont tho onrly
pnrt of tho week in Salt Lako City,
Jesso Woodhouso, of Idaho Falls",
apont tho past ton days in Lehl. ,-.1
Mrs. Voss Evnns prosontcd hor hua
Jjnnd with a baby boy Tuesday- night
Mothor nnd bnby aro doing flno. -i
Mrs. E. W. Schncldor hnd n rather,
aovoro attack7 of heart trouble onrly
In tho week but Is Improving now.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lconnrd Francom en
tertained twenty friends nt n wntch
party at their homo Now Year's" ovo.
William Whig attended n mooting
I of the Beneficial Llfo Insurance Co.
In Salt Lako City, Wednesday.
Edward Southwlck wna n Salt Lake
City visitor Wednesday on real estate
Mrs. Llzzlo Frnzler-of Oakloy, Is
tho guest of her dnughtor, Mra. C. B.
C. H. Brown returned to Wondovor,
'Mondny, after apondlng tho holdays
with his Lehl friends. '
Lester Ashton, who Is attending
tho B. Y. u. nt Provo, sppnt tho holi
days vlthjils Lehl relatives.
Tho Third Wnrd hold a special I
New Year's progrnm Inst Sunifly ov- I
cnlng In their ward mectliig house. J
Councilman Georgo G. Robinson I
was a Salt Lako City Visitor on buoi- I
nesa Tuesday. I
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gray spent
tho early part of tho week in Salt
Gerald Taylor returned to Salt Lake
City, Tuesday, whero ho Is attending
tho U. of U. -
Mrs. Floyd Schow' left for Idnho,
Tuesday, to Join hor husband who
recently Wont there to make his homo.
B. W. Brown, Jr., was a' Salt Lako
City vlaltor Wednosday, whoro ho Is
undergoing medical treatment for his
WANTED-To feed 25 head of dry
stock for tho winter, nt JI.50 n head
por month. DEVEY LAND AND
LIVE STOCK CO., Lehi Utah. 3tf." '
Will E. Ryberg, ono of tho Ry'berg
brothora who put in tho Lehi side
walks, will leavo for a mission to
Sweden on January 17. -"
; Mra. D. W. Thomas, who has been
visiting with her son, Appolns, I
Logan since last Thanksgiving day
returned homo Mondny.
Abo Adnmaon, F. A. Child, Joseph
Andoraon, A. L. Yntcs and Hyrum
Anderson apont Wednesday I Cedar
Valley shooting rabbits.
LoBtor Broadbont went to Salt Lake
City thla wcok whoro ho la taking a
bualnoas course In tho Honngor Busi
i Miss Vera Knudson entertained a
' mber of young people at n houso
party Saturday evening nt an oystor
supper. Games and muBlc occupied
t,' S' .A "Urp nnU da8tcr spent
Tuesday ! Provo. Sl.o has petl
t on signed by ncnrly nil the lending
citizens of Leh. Bk.,,g for u,0 lm'r!
don of hor son, William.
The case of IhTcity vs. Thomas
J.oodhouBo has beon BOt for
Wednesday. Tho oincoro woro sorv
iB pnpors on various wltnoasca lu
tho cnao laat Tuesday.
Mrs Rach'aol Campbell and dnugh-
n?S I u? Ir,H' hl,vo bccn 8,0"J"
li B tho l.olldnys hero tho guosts of -
Camn,11,? lrS- ' A' S,m,- T,' I
Lako CUy.nr0 l,nCh'"B SCho1 '!! Snlt '
nro?, , n'U1'1 aoo,,w,,, entertained a
hom ? y0,,'"B I,e0," nt hor Pt'B
home , Tuesday ovonlns In honor of
nndVhn ,A '"" "'" wns served
Abo Gudmundsen, who is now mak-
imJ T '" ,,ny80" nnd boon
enloyo, l tho new sugar factory,
ape it tho pant wcok visiting old
says that ho Is woll pleased with hi.
now hoino and that Py80 ,b growing
While working nt Topllff this weok
S,n toti;ow'8 ,,n? n n,w w llo"0
rail to tho ground and wna unable to
BOt it to stand on Its hind feet An-
Pcroutly tho horso was sur K f,on
P n inon.ngltls, curnbIo J
th horses. Mr. Lewis promptly put
or I "hi " ft ,S,CU """, B,"rtC(1
(The Racker Mercantile Company 1 I
I free X' "" M adran0 m " S'l 3 thio I .
LgAmsmBT -At The Old Stand 4f
! JJ4PK J () ' TII,J ('AK,: )l' ''K HAUt
IfclMi lW J 1 " AMyn t0 n" bttl "poclnlly to
isw' i i TJ . 1TIU, ur BU,,,,1' or hn,r t0.
M$Ul . !A' ' I ' ? l! olonnscrH " stimulants nro
StIMMA1 , ,7CCl V0' b,-'t nro eunrantecd
WrwWmB 3 nb71,,,0,- rmlo88. The latter la
WL rlkC. r lWpi lm"ort,lIlt s the former.
yLyilsJ H. B. MERRIHEW
Provo Reservoir Co
Jn of Pi" thp ?n0i 0.So11 irri8on wntbr to tho farm-
"ly to hose short of wnter on the bonoli lands No, o ,
tho arkol arc as able to givo a gtutvantc d ittor S "
For further particulars address fc
PROVO RESERVOIR CO.,
i1iiii Provo. Utah. "
LEHI DRUGGIST HAS
nJenrv rrr",0W.1ll"JBSlat, has tho
agency for the simp o mixturo of
buckthron bark, glycerine, etc
te,,,,nB 'VA,JIcr-'-'. the' remedy
.; , .b.tcnmo fn'ouo by curing np
pondlch s. This simple remedy ha
powerful action and drnlna sucli but
prlslng amounts of old matter from
tho body thnt JUST ONE DOSE re
lieves sour stomach, gns on tho stnm
S,cn, vJld,oll8t,naUon nlmoBt IMMEDI
TELV. The QUICK action of Adlor-I-ka
is astonishing. (Adv.)
TO BE DEMONIStt.
A most interesting Ifttle brochure
6ns recentljr coino oft tho press sotting
munlcntions 'received by nnd through
Snlritlst Mediums la of Demon origin.
The writer traces his subject through
tho Scriptures from tho tlmo when
certain of the holy nnjrcls became dla
obedient. He proves from tho Scrip
lures thnt theso fallen spirits per
bonnto tho lnfinnn dead, with whose
past history, spirits, though Invisible,
nro thoroughly acquainted. He howa
that they also frequently porson
nto tho Creator and tho Redeemer,
commanding their deceived ones to !
pray, do penance, etc. 'Nils, however, j
Is merely to lend them on and fo bring
them moro thorouchlr umlor ilnmnnt
ocnl control. SOmetlmea by breaking
down the nntural barrier, tho human
hill, they possess) their victim, nnd rule
him moro or less to his ruin frequent- (
ly Bonding such to tho mad-house. J
Numerous illustrations, Scriptural and I
otherwise, nro given. The prlco of the I
llttlo book. la but flvo ccntH; It Bliould
bo In tho hands of nil Interested lu
Spiritism or who hnvo friends Inter
ested therein. Enclose stamps to the
BIblo and Tract Society, 17 Hlcks
Street, Brooklyn, N Y.
Look IHere For II
Jinny un American Pork Rondpr Will
When peoplo rend about tho cures
mndo by n mcdlclno endorsed from
far away, It is surprising thnt thoy -p
wondor If tho trentmonts nro truo? "'
But when thoy rend of enseo right
hero at homo, postlvo proof la with-
In their rcncli, for closo Investigation m
la nn easy matter. Rend an American W
Fork endorsement of Bonn's Kidnoy I
1 Pills, I
W. AV. Robinson, First East nnd I
Second North Sta American Fork, I
Utah, Bays: "For months I was a auf- I
ferer from constant pain through tho I
Binnll of my back. Tho least movo I
that brought any atrnln on my back, I
mndo tho pain moro sovoro. Ono day fl
I was in a drug atoro oud naked tho H
druggist to glvo mo aomothlng that jjj
would rollovo tho pain Ho rccom- I
monded Donn'a Kidnoy Pills and I N
got n box. By tho tlmo I had used M
thorn, I notlqed quito nn Improvement
Aftor I had tnkon tho bcco.kI bov, I I
was cured. You may contlnuo using
tho endorsement 1 gave Doan'a Kid-
noy Pills boforo. I still use them off '
and on and thoy glvo mo tho boBt of
For calo by all dealers. Prlco 80 ;
cents. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, i
New York, aolo agents for the United S
Remember "the nnmo Poan'a nnd H
take no othor (Ah ) Sac
"Where is .Mrs. Gnddy's jporty
"Well, us ho broke his neck in nn
nuto race (he other dny, nobody is
quito sure, but ho always wna for
a place v. here there was plenty of
I We Have I
R Moved I
nnd nro now located ono I
1 I-i-ri thing now nud uplfo- J
u (Into. I
McDonald's chocolntcH. All I
kinds of cnndlos. Hot moat I
I plea, Hnndwlchca, hot drinks, I
beer ten, bouillon. I
I Henry Thomas I
I i,i:irr, vtau. I
Less Labor in the
H W!Y ,mjke.."'' dy B dreaded
F ; t -Ft ,u.LL.,n8 d,,t anJ 8"me
M "S'i . '0,W . efothe. ivhen Savex
1 W'I'd10t'iworkforjon UieleiiMip
Savcx . .T- m
I Src UUx syj t&ffiZM
n p r j - wi
Ksllnintes Furnished Fret M
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
I nm now located in Lehl and pH
prepared to do all kinds of plumb-
ing or to install steam or hot M
wntor heating plants, H
M. S. LOTT I
Johnson &. Sons I
. LIVERY I
Baggage Tr&ngfer H
GO ANYWHERE I
Just South of D. & R. Q.
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH. Yl
The Drinking il
I "I can quit any tlm I wish" la a -'L'l
L iXlItJ gXLlli)tilL h tMM
I tho drinker mak"o"good"wTboVtt7 "'jt m
I Why don't he quit? When a tnaa bran "
I w.f.nn. "top drinking whanaw e I
I wants to, ho haa uaually reached Uta '
point whoro he cannot. H knowa e
cannot mako good thla boaat-un- '
Tho Noal Treatment which la a
harmless vegotablo remedy that will
transform tho terrible cra?lna for
liquor into a positive nbhorance tor :M
niiything alcoholic, la threo daya time JM
without the uao of hypodormio Injec-
tlons. if you oro drinking you ahould
look Into thla. If you have a friend ,
who noeda help, wo urge your Invea-
tlgntlon. Como In and talk it oyer, or
wrlto or telophono for book' of infor- i
matlon. Tho Noal Institute, 626 laat
2nd South Street, Salt Lake City,
J)ru(f Habit Snccoiifnlly' Treated.
Edward B. Jones I
MINING AND CIVIL ENGINEIE ' 'I
U. S. Deputy Mineral -Sarrejer v I
Land nnd Mineral Surveying I
for LawBults a Specialty. All
Work Guaranteed. I
Phono 210.r. Lekl, ctak I
H yon nro vtlso I
You'll Pntronlzo '
Those vtho ndicrllso I
(In this papnr). , y M
$OK to LOS ANGELES I J
pOO AND RETURN I . i
JANUARY 31SJ 1
Mid-Winter Excursion I I
to the Land of Sun-Shine I i
Many Interesting Bldo S l'" "Pedal Itinerary, I M
trlpa arrnnged, Including ojvj Dotn" '""""Hon, Sloop. I H
J&'M J r rc80"-ntloii8, Tlckots I Ka
ocomi trlpB to San Ulego. Nrpjl etc I ,
Mnko YonrSlponor ReHcrvnUon NOW I 'M
J. K. 1IAI.I.IIIAV W. T. WULHUT S. 3L 1)01101 I M
Auent Agent Agent I 9
Malt J-ke Itoute Bait Lnko Ilouto Salt Lako Route I ,
1'l.aaant Orove UM. Utah. American Fork I ' 1