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'5Si ., AMERICAN FORK CWIZBATUnDAY, JU.,Y 4, mi. . M
tfffLehi Locals and Personals I
MT R Darling wns u Sn,t Lal0
J!, early lii thojveek.
'I,. . -croon doora at People's Co-op.11
umbcr of Hi" Lehl KJks attended
---lHr ii- j, ji, o, i oxciirslou ill the
- "! i-Aii will llml everything In mur-
tn """"" (1 nJic that you wniit, and the' kind
"""" .'Hilr V. W Clark rulurnud Friday
in hii 'L cck,B vl8,t wlt" fr,0!",B "",1
UUy' diUtr lii l'rnvo-UOi-
I H jir.lhibenkliiB nnd chlldron return-
FBedfrom Hcyburn, Idaho, Monday. Her
lHb(lllh wns not good In Idaho.
Ill latest crop" nightgowns, Just In, at
I' people's Co-op. 1-H
IrPfl )r, tieo. Slats, formerly MIcb Nellie
''BbooIio'"' of SnIt I"ukc Utty' E',cnt Ul"
I ' ,cok rinl tho gucsl or Mr. nnd Mrs.
I jamM Peterson.
'Pom I .'I If you Ilvo wllhl twenty inilus of
dor I ' HJ American Fork and cannot get what
I -HI you want, you can depend on getting
I Hit at Clilpianu'fl. 1-1 1
I ' (Juke a number of the Lehl girls arc
I H helping to Bather tho IniineiiHu niBp-
i, I 'FS txrry crop In P'casant Urovo and Lln-
"J' U is I don.
I 'HJ New shipment or ladles' summer
I underwear at Pcoplo's Co-op. I-H
I ;Ffl Nate and Alex Chrlstofforfion, who
I il liarc been shearing sheep In Wyoming
I tH 'or the past two months, returned
I ,H home Sunday.
) Of- I 'H Milium Vnuglmn one tiny last week
I O L. I H shot forty youiiB J:ick rabbits in Cedar
I Hj Volley In fpur hours hunting, lie says
I ,H that there are myriads of them In tin
I ; vicinity or the Cedar Fori Holds.
B-J H Pleasant Grove autl Linden people
Hf You can get four cars to American
bZ Fork on the lutcrurban each tlay ami I
l HJ Cblpinau'B have tho merchandise ami I
fffl low prices. J-l t !
'mmfrf, H aIntpr nnd l0mBl(.n,.( tll0 ..ol,, ,.0.
"r B liable" brick makers this week fired
'Hj Ihelr brick kllm or 100,000 brick autl
Hi will be In the market next week for
HJ lliu brick of either white or red color
PS Mr. and Mm. Horl Sprnlloy inovud
Pfl their household effects from Salt Lake
'H City to Lehl thin week, and will make
""" Pfl Ibt'lr future homo here.
PS Shlpmciil or furniture JiinI In at
I HJ People's Co-op. Call and let us show
I Pfl you 4-1 1
J PS John Uevey, wlio recently underwent
fj PB an operation at a 'Salt l.ako hoiipltal,
al PS eaiae homo Saturday, lie Is niueh hit-
m m proved nnd steadily regaining his
H H Mr and Mrn. Dolph Wing went 10
H (larlautl Saturday, where they will re
I Pfl side Mr. Wing, wlio will again enter
I Pfl Hie employ of tho sugar company, ealU
I Pfl I'd In and entered JiIh subserlplloii for
I Hj tbu llniiutir so :is to ketip postetl on
I 1 afTalr at home.
I HJ WIicii (mi buy shoes you waul shoe
J value. We enll give II to you. People's
Hj Co-op, 1 -1 1
jj ;PH The .lapeneso Under wlio was 11 r-
HJ rested Hovi'i'itl weeks ago for praetlt-
rH lug wltlioul a license and put In Ihe
Hi County Jail, was given a hearing this
HJ week and entered a plea of "not gull
H l" Ho Is now back to lflii again
H but will unt practice medicine.
H Silk liosn for latlles ami gents. All
B eolni'M, at Poop'o's Co-op. !'
B -lohu W. Chilton reliir I Saturda)
,H from an .extended visit to the llurlev
H district In Idaho. Tli- Sunday ulgbi
:H buforo bo (niim homo a severe rros
' I swept tlm country and froze all the
H potato crop to tho ground. Notwlth
H stanilliig the frigid climate Mr. Chilton
;H thinks It a good country and If he can
B make certain deals ho will locatt
H 1 hern.
! Iluy your fruit Jars autl Jar caps 11'
; Hie right lirlee t I'eoplo's Co-op. I-H
jH One of Ihe pleasant things that ai
jB insurance man likes to do is to pa
H on) claims. Within twenty-four hour
after the death or Holier! Hall. William
H Wing tho local reirosentatlve of Hd
H IK'iieficlal l.iro Insurance Co. bad
' "heck Tor fl.r.ri Tor his widow Tl
IB policy was hut one year old.
H Son People's Co-op for parasols
H Work was coniiiieiieed this week 01
H tlm roatl to Saratoga Springs. Soon a
K tho poles have been removed to Hi-
M side or the road the county grader
m w ,o iiroiI autl the grade be pal in
I good comlltloti.
f Cblpman Mercantile Companies' Ml'
Deparliiient Store. I urge si In U"
I county, 10 to r.o cinploj'jos, wind
I means that we feetl and cloth by lb'
J naiployninnt wo give SH husbands, M
n M v. . ,-s and iibnui '-'On children. We bu
I your horses, your eggs, chickens, mo
1 gialn and produce We sell you goo
V nierchandlse at reasonable prices m
1 let every worthy Intllvldual have wb
I they need whether they have the inon
I ey or not An honest person alwaj
iMt-s to pay Ills debt Head our ad 01
Charley Vo or Salt Lake city wns
a Visitor to Lehl t)0 past week.
Mr. and Mrs willhTm lladlleld were
Prove visitors Sumho.
Mrs. Oren Lewis t.r Salt Lake Cltj
wan the Rucst of Itlshop Lewis on
..wl.ml",,,"l,",l,IB .l.,lt! 1'","' 'f II
Hewing maclilne, call and let us dem
otHt,ale"Tl.el.'.eo." People's Co-op
Mrs John Wood ami daughters, Kiln
and Mary, and Mr ami Mrs. Harmon
Johnson, anion! tn SprlngvllU. Mon
day, returning M (he evening.
Last week Mrn Ida Hacking. vIr.
Ih living on tho Uintah Reservation,
gave birth to baby, which lived hut
a few tlays.
Reduction In prlro or summer dress
goods. JJuy now ni People's Co-op.
Mrs. Sarah A Olnmlcad and dangli
ter Ada or Salt Lake City ,MC. vIkUIiik
rrlends In Lehl, guests or L. A Olm
steatl. Mr and Mrs. l'(iK Cedarstioin, who
are hoinesteadlng a ICO-acrc tract
west or Utah Lake, went Into SnIt
Lake on Tuesday
Considerable Interest continues to
develop in Ihe coming election Tor
school trustees, and there promises lo
be a warm contest, both for nomina
tions and at the election.
Cal,l and let us show you our latest
rugs. Advance shipment or fall .pat
terns at People's Co-op. I-It
Mr and Mrs. II C. Allen returned
to Portland, Ore., Tuesday, after
spending several months visiting with
Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Joseph
Ilroadbenl, Sr. Mr. anil Mrs. Allen
Intend returning ami spending the
winter In SI. (Icoige.
1 In the Tbor Ccilarstrom homestead
J contest case, in which icstlinouy was
recently taken In Lehl, there was 141
closely type written pages or about
threeroIllos to each page. The sten
ographer TetM for tiiklfig ami translat
ing the testimony and arguments wns
about $7f The cns' has not yet been
JULY 4TH EXCURSIONS
Via Denver X Itlo Cramle.
One single rare for the round trip.
On sale July It and 1; good until July
( i-itumlng. -'7-2t
i.i;m ri,KAi. o.mimv
The Lehl Floral company In pre
paring lo practically double Its al
ready large capacity for growing hot
house plants. The sides and ends or
the new building, which will be IIHxIS
feet, are already up. The new addi
tion will require 2,0011. reel of glass
Tor tho covering, anil will be used
exclusively as a rose house. The old
plant, which has 3,(100 reel or glass,
has been used for all purposes, but
will now be used largely for growing
the two units for heating will be
taken mil and a thoroughly modern
healing plan! Installed, capable or tak
ing care td belli sections. It will have
1111 nuloinatlc stoker, so thai the heat
may be maintained at a iiuirnrni tem
poral 111 c The Lehl Floral company
has built up an extensive business,
supplying the trad" in I'lnh, Juab and
1,1:111 hoy i:jiim,oyi:ji
iiY.Ai.'MH'i.TrnAi. coi, 1,1:01;
Karl Jones Is spending the summer
working for tho Agricultural College
In ihe etymologist depi leul. He Is
in Delia. Millard county, assisting In
Irving In solve Ihe successful han
dling r Ihe airalfa looper. 11 new
nlfiill.1 pi-Hl Hun prevents Hie sue
cessmi raising of airaira seed. Al
laira heed lsM.be. principal product or
Millard county, but the new pests
promise ihe extinction or the seed
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OI'lJlt.VTIONS IN KM! OA
Mrs J. W Telford was taken to Salt
1 n'l'o i'lly hiht week where Urn. Mid
(Peton and Worlion porforiueil thre
major operations on her They re
moved a tumor wdghlnr, about lirteen
noiiuds, removed mi Inllainetl appen
illx and took roily sHiiieii out or hoi
K .11 biaddei She is now ilolng ulcel)
autl will iio'diable lecovr her health
SCHOOL PRIMARY NOTICE
The registered voters residing In
Lehl school district, I'tnh County,
L'tnli, are hereby notlllcd that a school
primary will bo held nt the high school
building. In said district, Saturday
night at S o'clock p. m., July 11, 1011.
The object of the meeting Is lo noriij
Inate candidates for the olllce of trtis
lee, to servo a term of llirco years In1
said Lehl Sobol Ulstrlct No. 13.
(1. A OOATES, Chairman. '(
LKONAHU PKTUHSOX. Secretary.
W. W. DICKHUSON, Treasurer, y
Uatetl at Lehl, Utah, June 20, 1914. A
Of A11111111I .School Meeting nnd Mice
lion. The registered voters residing In
Lehl School District, Utah County,
Utah, are hereby notlllcd that tho reg
ular Annual School Meeting ot said
district will bo held at tho High School
Itulblliig In said District, Monday, July
lIUi, P.il I, commencing nt .1 o'clock
The Trustees' Annual Financial and
Statistical Reports for the year cmU
lug June 30, 1911, will bo presented,
also statement showing tho manage
ment and condition or the schools ot
the District during tho past school
ycai. At iho said n.inual nlvtlng tlu
mi.oitiil of compensation to be allowed
o the tiuslrcB, or tn 1 Ither o( .linn,
will bo decided by a majority vote or
the taxpayers present; also to con
sider the purchasing of south half of
lot 1, block 19, idat "A." Lehl City
There will also bo an election of
trustee In said district, on tho huiuu
day al tho same place, as follows,
One trustoi) lo serve for a term of
Ihrco years. .
Tho polls will bo kept open for said
oloctlou during four successive hours,
lo-wlt: from t o'clock P. M. to ft
o'clock P. M. of said day. rr
G. A. GOATIOS. Chairman,
LI-30NARD PKTI-3RSON. Clerk,
W. W. DICKHHSON', Treasurer,
School Hoard Lehl District, Utah
Juno lCth, 1911. 20-31
iioriii,i:s national' ihnrr.
The unanimity with which tboso
who would socialize Iho railroads nnd
(he telephones, and what not else, hit
upon .'! per cent ns tho probable cost
or capital lo tho government, is extra
ordinary. Possibly It Is necessary to
make It 3 per cent for tho sake or
getting a pro Ml nl the end. Mr. LovvIb
reckons that the telephones would
cost only ?900.000,000. Ho would a
little less than double tho national
debt. ClIITortl Thome, lo socialize
the railways, would IncrcuEO it many
fold, but always at 3 per cent. Aniong
the great nations of tho world this
0110 Is remarkable for borrowing so
little ami spending so much out ot cur
rent income, ami its credit on that
account is high, but Its Panama Canal
3s have been selling this year under
par.. II has barely a 3 per cent credit
naw If It embnrked In the tolojdiono
and railway business nnd" beifiiito,1
Isiio bonds to replace private capllril,
It might not long enjey n 3 p-r cent
credit New York TlmcB Analyst
JULY 4TH EXCURSIONS
Via Hi'incr'.V Itlo Orniiile.
One single faro for Iho round trip.
On sale July 3 autl t; good until July
ii returning. -7-2t
.. .. -o
The Proper Course
liifiirnialliiu of Priceless Value to
llicrj ''I"'' County Clllcn.
How lo act In an emergency Is
knowledge-or Inestimable worth, and
this paiticularly true or Ihe diseases
and Ills td Iho human hotly If vou
suffer with kidneys backache, urinary
disunion), or any form of kldaya
trouble, theadvlcn contained in Iho
following statement nhould add a
laluable asset to jour stole of know
ledge. What could be more convinc
ing pi nor or Iho oluelency of Poiir.'s.
Kidney Pills thuii the stnteinent of- a
Utah county resident who has usoil
them and publicly tells of Hie honofll
Mrs. P. Young. Third East St., Mil,
Ulab, says: "I think Dona's Kldim)
Pills are line Oir kidney trouble. I
bad Hiiffered 11 great deal from thai
complaint until I began Hiking Dnan's
Kidney Pills. They brought relief
riom the llrst and llirco boxes jnado
me fnl better In every way U Is
three j ears ago thai 1 llrxt look
Dean's Kidney pills and publicly rec
niiiiucudod llieni. I still line them
oeasslenally and always gel good re
sults." ' (
Price r.o cents at all dealers Don I
.dmpll ask for a kltliiojH remedy -gd
Dean's Kidney PHI Hie same thai
Mrs Young had Fostcr-MUbum Co,,
Preps . Iluffalo, K Y
flf b"i--"""' -' mmm i-i 1
I Automobile, Motorcycle General Rpp.airinp;,
I and Vulcamzinpr,
I Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline and Oils.
I CUTLER GARAGE
State Strcot j
LE II I, UTAH
Phone 12-2 Rinfjs, Adjoining Reltuc Inn
A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP
We Specialize in Repairing Painting and Overhauling
Automobiles During the Winter Season
The 4th of July Is With Us- I I
-...-..I. VIii1"1" ,'l''rJ,,0,l "Hhlii our clt) villi Inmv 11 glorious gotnl llmrv, which llicy I ' I
"no win tune If tlicj unit,,, their prepiirnllons by bu)lng the goods wnntotl from U8. J . K
We luito Hiinlliiu', ring, Parii-oN ami Millions, nil In (ho TrM'oltircd Kffecls. I ! H
tal 011 us fur Hirmi iiImi Drj (,'ooils In all lines; Notions, Suits, Shoes, lints unit I 1
I nilorwcar. Me have a Milemlld Hue (0 -elrct from. All nice, clean, iip.to.dnle stuff. I j 1
... "n,"S-,, I'Cininis llaiuiini-, ,ii(s ami Cauillex. 11 will be our pleasure lo acne I fl
J Oil. j M
The Kacker Mercantile Company I i
"mi; placi: wiiinti; Tin: ri:ori,i: co.mi:." I H
MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH I H
T3HJ fr a a a a., A DOUBLE CHECK
Hf. -'H W!"-iii '" nuul on "" I,rp8Tlptlons pre-
HHsHwv I"nc,l "l "''" (lrilK Hl010 ''3vc,J'
HBWjjKt''VrS" 1 Ingretllenl Is weighed or measured
Pva3w" ( Mf twlci) ami compared with the doc-
I a-11 I - jrrT"1 lorH wr'l,"n order. Thla extra
py Hjlfa--- rf I'uro avoids even tho possibility of
H rL M fJl a mlstnke. llrlng your prcscrlp- .
H BIliHH' lions hero so that tho work of tho
H rs:: aB5B 'HJ doctor will lm ralthrully hacked up
?7-7fr j irHrM flpSB by exactly the medicine ho ordorn,
IJJLJ LKIll, - - - UTAH
State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
Every yul'oguurd known to modorn banking for tlip
security mid safety of their funds.
Id per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded
every six months.
Our satisfied patrons are our best advertisement. I
(iniTol and building suna. Sen .1.
W. Chilton, Lehl, Utah. tf
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Lehl, Utah, Juno 20, 1914.
Sealed proposals will be received by
tho City Recorder ot Lehl City, Utah
County, Utah, until G o'clock p. in.
July 14, 1914, for tho work, or any
portion or tho work, ot constructing
approximately two and one-halt miles
or cement uldownlk In Paving District
No. 2, Mil City, Utah County, Utah.
Instructions to bidders, together
with plans, profile, specifications and
fminu Tor contract and bond can bo
obtained upon application from tho
City Recorder, Lohl, Utah, on and nftcr
Juno 27, 1914. Tho right la hereby
lesprvcd by the City Council of Lehl
CUy, Utah, to reject any and all blda.
Uy order of th'o Lehl City Council.
J. P. PVFFE,
20-31 City necordcr.
O. P. Parker J- W. Robinson
PARKFT4 & ROBINSON
Unices: r , ,
Pima . .inerh' nnii .Merchants
H. G. Featherstone
THE CONfUi FTU MAN
I'.y cry thing In Concrete.
Kstlmates Furnished on HulKling.
1 Foundations, Sldownlks.
I.nlesl .MimIciii Metlinils i:mplo)ctt
H. C FEATHERSTONE
1,1:111, - Mii
Johnson & Sons
j Just South of D. & R. G.
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
j At Schow & Schow'a
Corneal Plpt furnished in .my
iiuaiilllv in th follovv'ng slzeu.
8-iu. 12 la, I6-I11, IX-ln --ln anil
30-iu (luiiraiitceed no better made
Cement blocks made to order Hc
foro going obivJifro see
SOHOW & SCHOW
I for prices,
rhonr 8-1 .! 1'Hii, Ulnh
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
Ulif) South Main Street. Salt
Lako City. Clean, quiet, com
fortable and most centrally lo
cated. Kales 7iie to $1.50
Edward B. Jones ill
MIMNO AM) CIVIL KN(HNF,EK ' iffl
II. S. Ilcpuly Mlnrral Snrrejer II
Land and Mineral Surveying j I
for Lawsuits a SpoclnltT All ' I
L'hone 2ll).2r. l-cni. Utah M
PLUMBING and HEATING i
IXImates I'urnlnhed Free 2H
SIII'PLIKS OF AI.lt K I JUL"! ;Hj
1 am now located In Lehl and ' Hy
prepared to do all kinds of ptnmb- Wmi
lug or to Install steam or not r
water heating plants, H
m. sTlott ' S
mm. uxAit j jEm
ji l .-mm WW WMB. 1 JHJ
Marlon Hroirn Ilcrt PobIsom i'
BROWN and POULSON iH
(IKNICllAI. PLASTKRINO 'iffil
Hough or Smooth Finish. ' Hl
Ksllnintcs Furnished Free HJffi
I Lehl and Am. Pork I ' Hg 'j
I . ' ." . I. 1
Lehi Hospital I
General Surgical Cases jwjM,
Taken : R
SPLCIAL FACILITIES FOlt Htj
.irATLIt.MTV CASKS jHHj
10 OAVS $10 ' Sh3
GompRiciii NnrMCN in Charge H
. H( .
"HK IIUUjDH WISKI.V WHO 11IJIMI.S WKMi." H .
To build well uso brick from ( ' ,'
The Old Reliable Brick Yards of ff
Slater & Holmstcad. ffi,
Wo are prepared to supply, brick of any color and at rcusoiiablo Hi '
prices in quantities from 1,000 to 100,000. p;
CALL Oil TKLHPIIONH. H 1
SLATER &HOLMSTEAD Ki
LKIll, UTAH. fE
I To Comply I
With the Law 1
II Since pure food laws became So they prolecl theiiiBolvcs Jjff
so stilug'ut, fruit preserving by using the cholscst fruits, nnd . Mml
companies have to bo mighty preserving them with Utah- Wt
careful. Idaho Sugar. , H!
They musl use good fruits, uud Tho fuel that tbuy stake tho , Mi
ll pit serve them to keep. keeping or their entire output ' . '
l ..less they do this their l"KI" tl,,b 8Unr "K,,,kB volumes H ; .
whole outllt Is open to condom- for ,l8 povrvliis qualities. W
nation with n resultnut total It proves that Uthu-ldaho ' '
loss Sugar Is In a class by Itself for Hl ; I
ftlosl companies figure It In vntmnlttK fruit. Hjj ;; '
"better to ho safe thuii i. ny." , Uso It for preserving "youro." ffl"; ' '"
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