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j AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATTUDAV, OCTOUKll 3, 1914. - EM3H
LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS !
I o-TlcoTsmulii'B Academy,
I Friday, October 9, 1914.
I mini K Stanurlng camo down from
Ogden this week on a short business
lost -Tuesday A Httlo girl's
i b,ack .nd blue coat. Return to S.
I v Ro" untl bo rewarded. 3.2t
The Orcm road will run special
cars for conference from Lehl and
1 American Fork
I Mrs. Emily Sabey arrived from
I wilUburg. Tuesday, for a few weeks
I vljlt ni, her daughter, Mrs. David
I An tho latc,9tln Millinery Just in
I t People's Co-op. 3u
H MrJi Mnggie Carr entertained at a
H children's party Tuesday afternoon, in
honor of her daughter, Marie's, birth-
Doctors II C. Holbrook'and W. T.
Hasler went to 9alt Lake City Tues-
day to attend the annual meeting and
tanqaet of the Utah Medical Assocla
B Sample Line of Children's, Misses'
B ud Utiles' Shoes, 33 1-3 per cent
B wing at Chipman's Bargain Dase-
iB Work commenced this week on the
B War Fort gymnasium, which will be
B to finC9t I,ubUc Bcho1 gymnasium In
B to tale- u w,n be rU8hed t0 cora
fl Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sclmledcr were
B ri,lunK 'rlends In Salt lake City tho
B mller "rt of tho week-
B All the latest Btyles In Gent's Over-
BMtlat I'cpplu'B Co-op. 3-lt
nc tar- Mrs. John S. Kvarta was consldor
ence In !; frlghti-ned ono day this week
The MttM iie dropped her baby und
- Hioujht that Us life was ended. Sev
nl doctors wore hastily summoned
valnUrB- H lhe ((le 0JJ, 8 now practically
.. B D- & II- a- na8 changed time
xt-ilu B No. fia, the Sanpete train,
s'tomc In at 8:33 n. m.,'nnd ro
tnty tccof-rjtg 'B8 No, Ci1( nrrives at C:22 p.
SK1 J-W 25,B,Ko 410 for Tlntlc comes In ut
to lcftVC W' ."! returning In the morning as
... )iotel,B "fives at 9:24.
1 fcrFall Rugs will please you. Cnll
"j Bxt them. Tho patterns arc
a6ciW 1o,BkUu1 and prlccB arc low at Peo-
n, muter Joseph Anderson nttend-
r"7Ytsi0l&a Bet Jy'8 session of tho Utah
a U- W BPo,tmn8lora' Association at Og.
' ' HtMi week, and delivered nn ad-
T. round (W'New Changes In the Money
! v"ftT .iwt OcW ud Mrs Theodore Slmms, nf-
, ftntt '.& absence of several years In
-fc City and Provo Valley, have
""" mA to Lehl. Mr. Slmms has
over the blacksmith shop of
CotaW0", by the D. &. U. Q- l-'Pl-
ineclftW' , . ,B8 of 2D to 33 1-3 per cent
.Is A lbuy 'ur ContB ror ch,ldro"' I
c ' Ladles nt Chipman's Rar-
--jy" mtnt 3'11
NJ, fourth Ward Bishopric and
-"""" lof Mr. and Mrs. John Smith I
Jwa a most pleasant welcome- I
0-!rWud party at their home I
- - . ''wenlnB. A program of mu-
. ;V'7i Knes was given und refresh-
' Mm I
lSJRlck(!r Mercantile company,
vAgtfiB, received tho fixtures for I
1 ' "rrcCfltt modern heating plnnt In I
l ',4iBBBtr(',t BUrc" Morgan Lott, I
Wll-M-Alifl--B'T l'u"nbor' nnB con I
itc2mBHBv1U couunouco work nt an I
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IS3BEffilra.llBt Mon'a Sulta lmvo M II
BkXb&$sIB' tlu UI t0 thclr outer'
IBHWKSmB' Sw i'eoplo's Co-op. nl-
m M'iiSrfjIM11'1, a -T Taylor-Is nego
irpSP' W tho Interurbnii olllcliilnj
ZJ BUk lnt;ot Iron Humes tuk
lrluH Rt o1(1 crook channnl Ho
w & Mmi,1K ,hlMn lu th" Nov"
JMt other at William Had-
,0ta ;ne.,M8ulUi "R" - t0 u wortu I
GCTucarOiW Chipman's Rurgaln I
l - "" HfJ M'asslsimit muimgur or I
I " 4lJ sliiR8 mul trust coin-
Li M1 CH. was In Lehl
VX- M" huBtncBs c unnectlonH
Pt M.' ,ur,,ly cmtBlilo '
te tl -Jrfl.1' '" to loeut.
1 A.di M VNC8t f 1.1-w nu
--.o K' U 8''111'K Idaho mill
. It si J Br a"a t,r" "Mistini-
CB Td OU na a 8orl of
P. H. Allied spent severul days the
past week In Suit Lake City on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones and Mr.
and Mrs. David Flrniage were Sunday
visitors at Provo, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Johnson.
New shipment of millinery In ut
People's Co-op, 3-lt
Postmaster and Mrs. C. H. Roberts
of Dlngham Canyon, spent part of the
week at Mr. Robert's farm, over Jor
dan. Mrs. 0 F Kittlnger of Ulnghnm
Canyon, bus been spending the past
two weeks visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. H Davis
Swcuturs ure handy, Sweaters are
warm. If you buy at Chipman's you
do yourself no harm. Sample line at
Burgaln Basement 3-lt
Mrs Win Russel returned to her
homo In Salt Lake, Sunday, after
spending the week with her father,
Mr. Isaac Fox.
H. C. Comer, this week, threshed
tho Bono Brothers grain at the Point
of the Mountain. Their dry fnrm
Turkey Red whent avcrnged thirty
seven bushels per acre.
Misses Lizzie and Alvlra College
gave a delightful bundle shower Mon
day evening nt the home of Evan Col.
legt In honor of Rctn Slater, who was
married last week to Nato Loader of
Charming styles In Footwear are
now ready for your Inspection nnd ap
proval at People's Co-op. 3-lt
Among the delegates appointed by
Governor Spry to attend the National
Irrigation Congress which convenes
at Calgary, Canada, this month, arc
Edward Southwlck nnd A. J. Evans
of Lehl, and James Chlpmun of Am
Our Rural Mull Currier, Wm. Had
lleld, looks like un express man now
adays. Monday his wagon was so
full that there was hardly room for
the driver. Besides several hundred
pieces of mall and smaller articles,
he had u hat In a band box, n case of
apples nnd n big suit ense. .
Our lino of Children's Coats Is the
best ever. See People's Co.op. before
Mrs. Harold Chrlstensen went to
Provo Tuesday, where sho will visit
n month with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs W. S. Needhnm. Dr. Chrlstensen
makes tho trip dally to and from
Provo over the Interurbnn.
Bishop T. R. Cutler camo down from
Salt-Lake City Wednesday and held
nn Interview with Dr. Fred Worlton.
It Is not Improbable that Dr. Worlton
may purchase tho Reltuc Inn, and
make of It one of tho lending hospl.
tals of the stuto, south of Snlt Luke
Warm .Blankets, Wldo Blankets, all
sizes, all colors. Sample lino, a bijv
lug of 25 to 33 1-3 per cent. Chip
man's Bargain Busomont. 3-lt
Big Gloomy I
j. Variety I
i Dance I
I Friday Evening, October
ii, mu. j
I THIS WILL HK THE MASCE
I OF ALL THE DANCES. I
Moon lights ml b'luom'' I
dilutes 1H lio Hie ctl cu'iits
I yhlch plense tlwo hard to 1
I be pleased. I
I The KlniinO dunce "'" ,l0 u"' I
hi feature which )ou'll m-u-r
I If jou're busy ciilch the
I o'clock cur.
I VU1" (KM YOl'M.li (R AUAIM
I LADIES CORDIALLY INVITED
I I FREE.
II WHERE THE CROWDS (10
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Rucker mnde
an auto trip to Provo Thursday. I
Mrs Jay Smiiln, who has been visit- I
Ing with friends lu Lehl, returned to I
her homo In Ophlr, this wecjk. I
Mrs. Mary Mandsley has opened I
dressmaking parlors over the McrrI-
hew Drug Store. I
MIbs Resole Needham of Provo,
spent the week In Lc,hl, n guest of
her sister, Mrs. Harold Chrlstensen.
Mrs. C. C. Edwards Jeft Saturday
for Callente, where MrT Edwards is
Our stock of Furs Is complete. Let
us show you. The quality Is the best
and our prices arc right. People's
Mrs. Johnson of Vernal, Is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Marshal.
Mrs Harriet Jacobs has been con
fined to her bed several days tho past
J. B. Watson returned Saturday
from a business trip through the
southern part of tho state.
nilbort Knudson spent several dnys
this weeft hauling hay for farmers 111
Another shipment of Fnll Coats
just In nt People's Co-op. 3-lt
Mr. und Mrs. John Ward inndo nn t
auto trip to Suit Luke City Sunday,
spending tho day with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stowart of Provo
Bench, were week end guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Edward Knrrcn.
The Third Word Primary Associa
tion officers entertained tho prlmnry
children nt n social In tho wnrd meet
ing house last Saturday afternoon.
Marlon Cutler, with a friend from
Bingham Canyon, have been spending
the week In American Fork canyon
on n bear hunt.
Gloomy Dnnce, Smuin's Academy,
Friday, October 9, 1914.
Elmer Peterson Is recovering nicely
from his operation for appendicitis,
and was taken homo from tho hospl.
tal this week.
Mr Clifford Willis, who hns been
spending the summer In Frontier,
Wyoming, returned homo tho past
A son nnd hejr was born to Mr. and
Mrs. David Wangsgnnrd Monday. Mrs.
Wungsgnnrd Is -staying nt tho homo
of Mrs. Annlo Gontes.
Wm. A. Knight this week moved his
family from tho pumps up town for
tho winter, thnt tho children may at
"Forest Mills" Knit Underwear for
Ladles and Children. Wears wcll
Washel well Always perfect fitting.
For snlo by Peoplo's Co-op. 3-lt
Mrs M. W. Ingalls and daughter,
Somm'ers, returned Wednesday from
Salt Lako City, where they visited
with friends for n woek.
A. B. Anderson, who has been spend
ing tho past sovornl months on n most
successful business trip to tho Uin
tah and Vernal district, returned homo
Sheriff East Is today soiling nt nuc- 1
tlon nt tho homo of Sunuiel Jnckson I
tho household furniture of Jnck Bor
laac, which was given as security on
I Tho mni.ngemont of tho Royal The-
I ntro was hoBt to nil four Y. L. M. I.
Associations of Lehl Tuesday ovon-
I lug. Tho hottso was filled, mnuy of
j tho other box holng drawn by tho pre-
I sonco of tho young ladles and tho ox-
f cellont pictures shown.
I Ono of tho moBt popular social
ovonts of tho Benson was tho chicken
supper .Monday evening in tho Arcade
Hall, given by u dozen young Indies
of tho Third Wnrd to nonrly nil tho
b young people In tho ward. Dancing
I proceeded tho Buppor. Jnck-o-lnn-
terns wero used for decorutlons.
I OUR 2nd SHIPMENT I I HH
I Of Ladies1 and Misses' Coats and Suits have just arrived. Thoy are duplicates of I HH
I the ones that were stolen from our first shipment by expert hJoven J wom goa ,iv BBH
I judRes of good Roods. Now let us show you tho kind they took.. Our storo is ioaa m H
S ed with nice Roods in all lines that we want to show you. .. M '1
I that we the bet bruuiN of the guaranteed kind A- HH
I Rubber I AU H
I our stjlcs of Hats, and .Sweater".. .. tlll,riL Howard Hot Vi fl--------------------------
I lhe llardw ear mill (iroeer) depurlmei.ts ure l.m.Ud with Hu beM I J1"' Tcmcnt I , HrB
I Ulnsl Wnns mi.) quick meal Runes Furnlliire, Co Carts Hugs Linoleum, Wall ller, loai, B-EB
I low I Kfr? tl
I The Racker Mercantile Company. I KH
I T.EHI I li&
MAIN STREET LJ BiiH
Ml8 Hilda (.'ailson wns hosti'ss to
the 11. U olub at u sewing bee Mon
dnyoicniug ReXreshmcnts were son- ,
At n meeting of the Lehl school
board Tuesday eenlug, It was decid
ed to cut the second grade students
down to half day sessions
Miss Oin Cohen of Salt I.nke City,
will spend the winter lu Lehl with
her grandmother, Mrs M M Oaddle
Sho will attend High School i
i Ruben King and Luther Coates left
this week for Scruuton, where they r
will work for the Scrnnton Mining (
Paul Miner, one of the High School
teachers, wns called to Springs llle
Inst Friday to attend tho funeral of
his brother. I
Dr. II C. Holbrook this week re-1
colved his commission ns surgeon for 1
tho Orem road, his district covering
from Rlvertou to American Fork.
Mrs. T A Taylor and daughter,
Zctolla, returned Sunday from an ox-
tended lslt with relatives In Idaho
' and Oregon. Miss Taylor's health was
much Improved by the trip.
George Hummer Is being sued for
n horso which he bought from a man
who received It In exchange for one
which wns stolen. Lawyers sny that I
Mr. Hammer will win out. I
o LEHI HIGH ,-, I
o SCHOOL NOTES o 1
Tho banquet war Is still raging. The I
outcome looks favorable for tho Son-
iois nR they need only three inoro g
members to nttnln the number rcqulr.
cd. Tho Juniors need 10 members, -tho
Sophomores 10, and tho Freshmen
111, ,,li' .
Tho Qermnn class hns now begun i
work In onrnost us tho Qcrmun books
nrrlml last Tuesday.
LuBt Wednesday night the Sonlor .
Blrls entertnlncd nbout thirty-five of
their school friends nt tho home of
MIbs Vera Stewart. The interesting
fouturo of the evening was the mar.
rlngo ccromony of Mr. Wllllo Coui
Bcuttle nnd Miss Nnucy Flntboncs, two
of the High School's popular mem
bers Last Friday morning tho Junior
girls iippenred in navy blue uniforms,
which consist of n sorgo skirt and
duck middy. Much prnlso Is duo them
for being tho first clnss In High
School to adopt this growing cusstom.
Friday ondod tho first school month
and tho past week has been devoted
to examinations. Noxt Monday the
monthly grades will appear.
During tho pnst wook sovcral now
students hnv0 entered High School,
bringing tho total registration near
On account of tho fnnnorB being un- I
able to dig beets Inst week, u numbor
of the tardy students nro now lu
,: s,,00Sn.sh.m5 REsnrs
S?5vrnd lower bowel
U,U1 !" T THOROUGH a bowo cleans
""'I,'8. ?Ms used "ucccBBhiHy In an
or MV'L'a nSPOONFUL of Adler
pcndlcltls 0,Nb. b' , vvv CASE of
aJ0Z" boS or gasly stonuich.l
'SrrK yoS tnko it tho
lBBesMrumblo and PTho A. -Merrlhew.
druggist, Lehl. The i Am
orlcaii ork Drug company report
I Does Your Fall Suit I
1 1 Need Cleaning?
IS NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE IT CLEANED, PRESS-
El ED AND MADE NEW, AND JOHN PETER-
l SON'S IS THE PLACE. I
II John P. Peterson.
El --m LEHI
111 MAIN STREET ...
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'D-aKvV'' v& " botti f our icrfumc 9BiB
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7-3 &izZyfi an udded charm to milady's person- VB
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W)BfT& fl. M) with a BB
S-ff &ama MEllllIHEW, lSH
il kAr& Druggist li
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The Sanitary Market I H
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MANUFACTURERS OF ICE AND COLD STORAGE I M
WE SELL FHESU AND CURED MEATS I H
I AND GROCERIES. I SH
AVo nre tho murkol for Fat Boof, Hogs, Sheep and I ! H
Veal, to bo handled through one oC the best Refrigerating I i , H
I Plants in tho State of Utah for the benefit of our cus- I , y H
I to.ners. All meats in sight in Glass Refrigerator Coun- I W. H
Iters. Everything up-to-date in Meats, Etc. Now pat- 1H
I ronize the kind of meat market you have been wishing I (H
lor. Utiv prices am "Bm' M H
YOURS FOR BUSINESS I w B
Garff Brothers I .':v':!
LEHJTAHI P HH
Orem Interurban WM
Electric Service. Salt Lake to Provo 'H
,,, ,,, l.U K,,W,( SAKE. COyrareW. r
USE THE "GOOD SERVICE" LINE H
Mlloan. book.. Bao ,,. m, Snlt !.U Og,..,, nnd Osd Itapld Tr.Mlt. H
for snlo nt nil stations. , BH
Orom jth,,l-u,cols Post, operates on all trains. , , H
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7 9 11 13 15 A lH
" r;.T r7r snii 10 10 U0 1.00 00 dJOQ 11.16 ,i i , H
Lcnvo Salt Lako City.. U5 8.00 10.30 wo t. 7.43io.l8 12X3 Wi B
Leave Lehl. " '" w 6.20 7X0 10J!0 12Ji? JL jH
Leao American Kork. .8.0- 0.-0 11.M - 7-57 10JI7 LOG gf " 1B
ffig..::!:' & " 'oM " WJ,' 1,3 W 'H
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,. ir nn in HO 1.30 4.00 wu "'" " VE li
Loavo 1'roNo MB 8.00 W.J0 i-ro . n a i
A. M. Time In Ught face; 1'. M. TlinoJlinck laco. Jj f V H
,,: and sun via oubm mm:. o smoki:. xo cindkhs. no delays. ;. H
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The King of Sweeteners 1
Tho coml.lne.1 efforts of 7 Wo know. In tho Fall, heforo B
Stnctorlca ami scores of experts wo start our factories that
have .undo Utnh-l.luho SuRnr Utnh.luuho Bugur will bo of !
I tho khiR or sweeteners. peerless quality. I. ,
I search the country from Wo uro nhlo to Kuarantco It. , 41
I coast to coast! Nowhere will absolutely! l Ul
j I you Und Its superior. dQ m u.. mnh. 'J
I Wo nre so proud of its qu.UUy Idaho Sugar are the losers. ' "V
tt wo nse only the cholso. J. Hg
II steu ioi u. order n suck today I II
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