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I AMERICAN FQRKftClTlZKN SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7 1914. t VIHI
LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS
Mr. Al DoLong of Provo, made a
business trip to Lehl Monday.
n-L 'met on ampim
'XuiopuDV Jninilod s.ujnuis ti oouuci
uook ;boa4h 3iq oui joaao; i.uorj
MlsS Vera Knudson went to Spanish
Fork Saturday, to spend ten days
visiting friends and relatives.
Miss Vorveno Evans entertained the
Mary Jano club at a sewing bee Mon.
Mr. A. D. Anderson went to Salt
Lake City, Sunday, to visit his father,
Mr. A. R. Anderson.
Mr. H. C. Featherstone spent a few
days this week In Logan, on busi
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Young of Provo.
spent a few days this week visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammer.
Miss Inez Hammer entertained
about twenty of her frlonds Friday
evening at n Hallowe'en party.
Mrs. R. J. Hutchlngs went to Mid
vale Sunday, returning home Monday
with her sister, Mrs. Olive Dobbs.
Mrs. R. M. Stout or Salt Lako City,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. He
Miss Pearl Russon entertained the
B. D. club at a sowing bee Monday
evening. Refreshments wcro served.
Mrs. H. C. Featherstono, Mrs. Davo
Roberts and Mrs. N. A. Brown were
Ogdon visitors Sunday.
Mr. Wllford Egbert of West Jor
dan, spent tho week end with Mr.
and Mrs. Joo Hammer.
Mr. Joseph Alston of MaGrath, Can
ada, spent sovcral days this week
visiting with Mr. Alex Drown. Thoy
are former missionary companlous.
Miss Josle Larkln has returned to
her home In Ogdon, after spending a
month visiting here cousin, Miss
Miss N. Wadlcy entertained her
bible class last evening at tho New
West Cottage, with popular games
Miss Vera Gardner, Miss Marvel
Taylor nnd Mr. Andrew Losse, who
arc attending school at tho University
of Utah, spent Saturday and Sunday
at their homes In Lehl.
Melvln Smuln has been laid off
from his work at tho sugar factory
for ten days, due to a wrench In the
chest, received whllo putting on a
Messrs E. H. Davis, Thomas Thur
man and Jonas Holdsworth and Mrs.
Win. Thomas went to Provo, Wednes
day, to tako the official ballots and
other Lehl election returns to the
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Muuns,
former residents of Lehl but now of
,V Sprlngvlllo, are visiting at tho homo
I of Mr. and Mrs. Qcorgo H. Qoates.
I Mr. Munns this year grew S00 bushels
I of apples on his orchard.
I Dr. Holbrook, Mrs. H. C. Feather.
I- stono and -Mrs. Marshal Turner went
I to Cedar Fort Tuesday. An oporn-
I tion was performed on Mrs. James
I Chamborlatn's foot. Mrs. Chamber-
linn, who has not been able to walk
for a week, Is Mrs. Turner's mother.
Tho operation waB successful.
Mr. Ruben Russon, a son of Mr.
'I and Mts. Lott Russon, Jr., will leave
November 19th for a mission to Now
I Zealand. Ho will go by way of San
I Francisco. A bundlo shower In his
honor will be given next Wednesday
I at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch
-I M,u cl(ira Qoates cntortalued I
,H ,.bout twonty-flvo of hor lady friends I
I (it a Hallowe'en party Saturday oven- I
I ing Tho liousu was decorated for I
I 'in' occasion nnd refreshments wore I
I 8'Tvotl In n fitting style. I
I Mr and Mrs. Norman Anderson of I
Toi.clo, came to Lohl Saturday to visit I
V frl. mis and relatives. Mr. Anderson I
returned to Tooolo Monday, whllo I
Mrs Anderson will romnln hero for
a low weeks,
Mrs John Jacobs, ono of Lehl's
1 oldebt citizens, fell whllo coming out
of Holier Allred's storo Thursday lust
ami tinctured tho bono In hor log,
I causing hor much pain. Sho was Im-
1 I mediately taken homo and all wns
r ilono to ease her pain, Tho doctors
i s,,'s hIio will recover In n fow days.
y I nr H"c 'liollMk, W. S. Evans,
.. lMwnrd Soilthwlck, and S, W, Ross
c- s,iei" Monday Investigating cnnnlug
,u H factories In Davis county. The fnc.
lory United at Woods Cross omployos
' C8 Kiris who earn from $1.25 to $2.80
l'er d pealing tomaloos. Ono funn
el I 'J'8 'ia check, who had four acros
ot towntow this year, was ?920.
Win. Cavanaugh of Qarlleld, who
has been dangorously 111, Is now slow
Mrs. D. N. Adams of Pleasant Grove,
was tho guest of Mrs. I), X. Adams
early in tho week.
Mr. Kono of Salt Lako City, Is
spending a few days with Mrs. M. M.
Miss Lurno Racker Is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Lonnle Raymond, In
Mr. L. J. Stookey of Clover, spent
tho week end a guest of his uncle,
Dr. G. L. Stookey.
FOR SALE CHEAP Two good
colts, one bIx months nnd the other
tewo years old. Jesse Dergln, Lehl.
MIbs Ora Holmstead cntertnlned a
crowd of young peoplo at a Hollowe'en
party Saturday evening.
Miss Veda Baker, who Is attending
tho U. of U., spent Saturday and Sun
day at the homo of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Baker.
Miss Mary Edwards returned homo
Tuesday from Juab, where she has
been spending sovcral weeks at the
homo of Thad Powell, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. McVlcar will
mako their homo In Idaho Falls,
where Mr. McVlcar holds a position
as machlno man on tho Idaho Falls
Miss Somers Ingalls will entertain
this afternoon In honor of Miss Haze)
Somers. Among the Invited guests
aro Misses Fern Cough, Viola Gard
ner, Viola Peterson and Mablo Giles.
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Phillips
left for Malad, Idaho, Thursday. Tltey
will make an extended visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Phillips who live
Bernard Bradshaw came down from
Cnuldwell, Canada, this week. He,
with Wm. Norton, the latter from
McGrath, Canada, will attend the B.
Y. II. at Provo.
Mrs. Wm. Batemen, formerly of
Lehl, now living In Alpine, gave birth
to a fine ten pound baby girl last
Monday. Mother and babo arc doing
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. lirown, Mrs. H.
C. Featherstono nnd Mrs. David Rob
erts went to Plain City, Sunday, to
attend the funeral of Charles Kiel, n
brothor-ln-law at Mr. Brown. Mr.
Nlel wns postmaster at Plain City for
35 years, nnd wns n resident of Lehl
In the enrlydnys.
VJxIfs of the Stork
A baby girl was born to Mrs. Ella
Davis West Tuesday night.
Monday night a bnby girl arrived at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
We Print Hutlcr Wrappers.
I Friday Nov.
I 13, 1914.
I This will bo something now
I and pleasing for everybody the
I big event will bo dancing by I
I tho harvest moon, something I
I now Novor before. All tho I
I latest, hits from New York will I
I bo on a neat program given I
I you at tho door, and rendered I
V by tho famous Smulu's orches- 1
I trn You krow what they nro. I
I Cars are bo arranged now 1
1 that If you can't catch the 7, I
I you can catch tho nine, and J
I bo with tho popular dancers all I
I tho time. I
I LAi)ii:s riti:i: I
I i c r t it I
I Uolug Where The Crowds (it),
Second Allrarllon of Lyceum Conrso
Comes to Tnbcrunclo Next
Chancilor Bradford will bo tho at
traction next Thursday night, Novorii
bor 12th, nt tho second number of the
Lyceum course, being given under the
patrongne of tho Lehl High School.
Tho nrst number, tho Rlnor Sis
tors, last month, wns ono or tho best
things over given hero, and no doubt
will greatly help In drawing n big
crowd to tho lecture by Mr. Bradford
Chancilor Bradford come recom
mended ns ono of tho best and most
Instructive entertainers now doing
TEMPLE EXCURSION TO
SALT LAKE CITY
On Thursday, November 12th, tho
Relief Societies of tho Alpine Stnko
will run another excursion for Tem
ple workers to Salt Lako City. A
special car will leavo Llndon nt 6:30
n. in., nnd n fnro of 1.00 for tho
round trip will bo charged for Lehl,
American Fork, Pleasant Grovo and
Llndon. Tho return homo can ' bo
made on any cnr.
Interurban Gar Kills
Tho north bound Interurban pnBsen
gor cnr run into Wm. A. Slado on tho
road nenr Taylorsvlllo Sunday and
killed him almost Instantly. Ho was
51 years of ago and nlmost deaf.
Mr. Slado wns walking from his
now homo, which ho wns building on
tho cast sido of tho right of way, to
the. rcsldenco of a neighbor, D. J.
Barker, on tho west sido, nnd a fourth
of a mile north. Ho was walking on.
tho enst side of the track, Just out
side of tho end of tho tlon, where n
foot path had been worn. Had ho
been walking on tho ties, it is be
lieved that ho would havo felt tho Jar
of tho approaching train. His posi
tion on tho sido of tho track gavo
him such ehanco of cscnpo that the
motorman deemed tho blowing of tho
whistle, sufneleiit precaution. With
tho approach of tho train, however,
tho mnn failed to step nsldo and tho
car struck him, fracturing his skull
and killing him ulmos Instantly.', i
Win. Whipple, who with "several
other Lehl men wero on tho train,
was left with tho body while an un
dertaker camo back on tho next cnr
to get tho body. An Investigation
showed that no inquest was neces
sary. .Mr. Slado had lived all hlB llfo In
Taylorsvlllo. Ho is survived by a
son, Elbert Slnde, of Morgan, Utah,
a daughter, Amelia, living at home;
his mother, Mrs. Joseph Dean, 80
yenrs of ago, living In Salt Lake, and
by three sisters and two half-sisters.
They are. Mrs. Alfred Reunion of
Roosevelt, Utah; Mrs. Wm. Dixon of
Morgan, Utah; Mrs. D. H. Chrlstonscn
nnd Mrs. Wm. R. Cnlderwood of Salt
Funornl aorvlcco will bo held in tho
Tnylorvllls ward chapel Wednesday.
German Beets Cheaper
Than Lehl Beets
A groat deal has been said about
tho high prlco of sugar beets In Ger
many and tho low prlco of sugar as
compared with tho prices that main
tain In this state. Recently Simon
Bamberger In n public speech rcltor.
atod these charges which brought
forth tho following reply:
Hon. Simon Bnmborgor, City:
Donr Sir: You aro quoted in both
Tho Trlbuno nnd Hornld-Republlcan
of October 31, as having snld In your
address at tho Auditorium on tho
evening of tho 30th, fhnt tho Ger
mans wcro paying tho growers $2 por
ton moro for beets than wore tho su
gar companies of Utah. Your lnfor.
mntlon Is Incorrect.
For tho season of 1913-11, tho fol
lowing prices wore paid for beets tlo
llvored at tho factories:
Tho province of Saxony $4.31
Southwest Gormony 4.49
I Netherlands 4.34
Southern Germany 4.32
I Which makes tho general avorago for
the beets delivered at tho factories
as abovo and put In tho bins, $4.27.
Tho Bamo season tho Utnh-ldaho
I Sugnr company's beets cost them, de
livered and put In tho bins, I&.39 n
Tho Information which you aro
I quoted ns having rhen Ib vory apt to
I lead the fannors of this Btnto'nstray,
I giving thorn wrong Impressions that
I ought to bo corrected. Bollovlug
I that you would not willingly or know
I Ingly mako such assertions ir you
I know tho facts In tho case, I havo
I given you tho abovo llgues, which are
I absolutely correct, Yours vory truly,
I CTAH-IDAHO SUGAR CO.
I By ThomnB R. Cutler, general man-
We Want The People of This County to Know W&Wi
That we aro handling tho well known Enterprise Tailors lino of Men's HniplH
Suits, from $12.50 up Best tailored suits In tho west for tho money. Hril
Tho Provo Woolen Mills lino of Blnukets, Woolen shirts and Suitings. HEflll
Hart Brothers Silk and Velvets. Hi!&iH
Tho Ford, 55. C M. I and Solz lino of Shoes. BbJIJI
Ball Brand of Rubbor Goods. BBSsraB
The Quick Meal Steol Ranges mid Harvard Heaters. IflsfLill
Shelf nnd Heavy Hardware, Building Material, Coal and Cement. IBfffiPB
All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries nt tho vory cloBests prices ob- iHH?'H
talnablc. , BKjjLjflJM
The Racker Mercantile Company. 'Bill
MAM ST. r LEHI iKlPfl
At Schow & Schow's
Cement Plpo furnished In miy
quantity In tho following sizes:
S-ln, 12-ln, 15-ln, 18-ln, 20-ln. nnd
30-ln. Gunrantoocd no bettor made.
Cement blocks mndo to order. Bo
foro going elsowhero sco
SOHOW & SOHOW
Phono 84-J Lchi, Utah
JAPENESE MEDICINE MAN
KOGA BACTEIA GERJI
For soro throats, hoart trouble, con
sumption, cough and fresh cuts..
For soro backs, rhoumatlsm, dropsy,
eczema, goltro or "big neck" and to
GEORGE A. KOGA
P. O. BOX 302 LEHI. UTAH
Edward B. Jones
MINING AND C1YIL ENGINEER
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surtejor
Laud and Mineral Survoylnc
for Lawsuits a Specialty All
Phono 21D-2r. Lour. Ctab
Wo Print Butter Wrappers. tt
Used at the A. C. 'mim
Domestic Science School Iff
Hero Is u fact eoucerulg Idaho Sugar meets their every HB&rII
Utnh-Idnho Sugar that should demand. ranjfl
Impress you. HEhII
Its surprcmo nuallty has for- HH
Tho Domestic Sclcucu School med n basis for much comment. ''BBbSI
of tho Agriculture College at 'IHil
Logan, Utah, uses It exclusively. Instructors and studonts uu- Hh8
Ito In acclaiming It tho standard Hl
If anybody knows sugar, tills of sugar perfection. INSI
Grocers In a thousand cities IhHHI
Under nil conditions favor- nnd towns aro ready to supply f'991
able or unfavorable Utnh- it to tho public. QIH
i -t ;H
: :fPlllllSl iH
uses 5;0!AR; ;
. ! . M
Stoii coughing! you rack tho lungs I
and worry tho body. BALLARD'S
HOUEHOUND SYRUP checks Irritat
ion, heals tho lungs nnd restores
comfortnblo breathing. Prlco 25c, COo
nnd ?1.00 por bottle. Sold by Wm
"ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH"
II. B.. Mcrrlhow stntcs Hint the
Bimplc. mlxturei of buckthorn bark
glycerine, etc., known ns Adlor-l-kn.
is causing grcnt surprise because just :,1
ONE SPOONFUL rcllovcs conotlpnt- '. H
Ion, sour or gnssy stomach almost (Hl
IMMEDIATELY. It Is bo through a U H
bowol cleanser that It is used buc- BH
ccssfully In appondlcltls. Adlor-l-kn HH
acts on BOTH lower and upper bow- 'jjl H
el and tho INSTANT effect is nBton- lll
lshlug. It novor gripes nnd Is per- IH
fectly snfo to use. it'iH
II. B. Mcrrlhow, druggist, Lohl, ? H
Tho American Fork Drug Company H
report grcnt success. (Adv.) ' ' H
JWjfT. "ELECTRICITY I
Mr. Lt'inon owns an orchard ami farm a fow miles south of H
BriKham City, Ttah. A considorahlo portion of his land lies H
so high he has boon unable to irrigate it by gravity ditch sys- H
tern. This year he installed an electric power for pumping. H
READ WHAT MR. LEMON SAYS ' H
"Electricity means more to me in dollars and cents than , H
anylhinp: 1 have ever installed on my farm," ho declares in H
a letter to us dated September 7th, 1014. "It has increased jH
tho value of my land. Every acre of the bench land of my H
farm 1 formerly thought was waste audood only for a dump- jH
iiK phico will now be under cultivation in a season or two, and jH
yielding line profit. H
" have also pumped water for irr'iKatintf my sugar beets ,i, H
this season, and greatly increased their yield. Up to this year M
1 watered tho beets by gravity ditch water. Electricity is "t ( B
much cheaper. ' H
WHAT THIS MAN HAS DONE YOU OAN DO! ' ' l
Tho Initial Cost Is Small Tho Operating Exponso ljight ,, M
AVo Avill Investigate and Itcport to ou on i.rour Pumping lie- (, J H
quirements Without Charge. ' t
I WRITE TODAY ! H
Utah Power & Light Company qj