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H ' AMBfltCAN FORK CIWM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1514. ' '
B 1 LEHI LOCALS
B .Mr. mimI Mrs. .lolin Wood nindo (in
B U niito trip to Spring lllc Sunday
B W. J. HiggM mid Thomas Webb were
H Suit Lake City laltors Thursday.
J. T. Carlson spent Thursday In
BBVB I'rovo on business mutters.
BB Judge, nnd Mrs. Ell Kendall spent
BBBBJ. Wednesday visiting friends In I'rovo.
H I Mr, and Mra Km mot t Chlpmnu mov-
HB. cd Into thler new home on First Hast
H Street tills
BBBBJ, ( Mr. Charles llcrron went to Scrnn-
BBBBt' ton, tills week, where lie will engage
BBBH MIsh l.evon Smith entet tallied n
HBBBJ . crowd of young people at an oyster
BBBH' supper Monday nlglit
Misses Lottie and Nora Hodfleld
BBbH of I'rovo, wele guests or Mrs. N. E.
BBVH W'eljli over Sunday.
BBpB Mr. Hut old OJi inn, who has been
H wot king at Idaho Falls during tin
BBVH I, summer, returned home this week.
BBVH S. I. (loodwln mid Miss Annie Stod-
BBpB dint spent Wednesday In Suit I.nk
BBpB A new baby in rived at the liome ol
B Mr. and Mrs. Francis Klrkham In Salt
H Lake City this week.
H. Mrs. It. A. Klrkham mid daughter,
H ! Veda of Moapa, N'ovadn, were visiting
BBVB j I.elil relatives this week.
B 4 j Mr. and Mm. John St. Jcor spent
BBtB Sunday visiting friends In Illngham
BBpB Mrs. Asa J. Clark' gave n elilldren'f
B, ' party Thursday afternoon In honor of
SB1' her daughter, Altn's, birthday.
BBV t' ' Rev. Phillip King or i'rovo preach-
BK . ''il at the Congregational Church Wed-
BBBj tl nesday evening.
BBBft Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas James or Salt
BBB Luke City, wcro Sunday visitors at the
BBBm homo or Mrs. C. M. Olson.
Btt' j'l Mls Myrtle Austin or Idaho Fnllo,
Htl'J wll ls "(tending school in I'rovo,
IBH', "pent Saturday and Sunday visiting
BbyBbybW 4!ij '"ir slst('1'' Mr8, IC" WolJb
BbBbB -J i Ml9H U"'m nll0lle8 entertained n
HUj crowd or young pcoplu at n spook
H , lnrty at hr parent's homo In the field
BawBil Saturday evening.
BBBj ,yjiv -
HtfT ),r ''lo"ol Evans entered n plea of
ffttf Ruilty to selling tobacco to minors,
BmBU; V '" JuHl,C0 w'a Court this week.
BHf. J ' nnd was fined $20.
BBmW'ij A bundle shower for Mr. and Mrs,
BaBf-i ' $ Josoph Walker, who wore married
Vcj ' hist week, was given at the home or
BB"' Mrs. Sim Wnlker,
B.sll ( Mr '' A- Marshnl, who was oper-
BbVJ';;K A ated " "l ,llu l" ' S' hospital lw
K rf ! weeks ago, Is reported to ho in n crttl-
KL&ft I enl condition.
Bv Ml38 Sylvia Ashtoit- gave a shower
K&fjs I Friday evening at the homo or Mr.
Hp-Ji i f mid Mrs. Parley Austin in honor of
H$ Miss Lottie Austin, who will be mar-
Kfirl rlcl1 '" lllu ""r Iutllri-
Kip I0" W. Dawson, who has been lib-
BhkJJ j Bent In various parts or the count r
H'(f ' for t,lu I'"81 twenty years, is visiting
BrWI ' t the home or his brother, Mr. I). II
BBV U ' Co,x'
B'' ' T,l s,,v'1,tn nulo boys and girls
B: K'f.-. B"vo n ll'K 1'nrty In tho gym Friday
BjJA i( evening, which was specially decorat-
B -l'-j cd tor tho occasion. Tliey had music,
BfjK i dancing, games and refreshments.
Ht ' Fifty years ago Win. Webb arrived
H 'A fj In I-i'lii fro mlCugland, The event
BT 4 W!IS made tho occasion for u party
H A at tho home or Mr. and Mrs. Webb.
f( attended by about twenty-five guests.
'ffiU., Alcr ""ckor Is receiving congratu-
i t lntloiiH ror a dust proof stair cmwe
i j! comer devlco which he Is Jpsfalliug
H M iii " good many homes, Jiti'whlch b
H) the way was patented by nn eastern
H," i Inventer boiiio soveral years ago.
ib'r' W. K. Whipple will go Into tho roll-
Hjjjl roud buslnoss on the O. S. L. His
BB T pluco with tho Hacker Mercantile Co
I will bo filled with John S. Willis,
whoso many friends will bo pleased
to seo him back again.
Adolph Hunger, Jr., accompanied
by his father went to Snlt Lake Clt
yostordny to consult with tho physi
cians at th Holy Cross hospital. While
Mr. Hunger is practically recovered
his normal condition sluco the accl.
dent two mouths ago, ono ear stilt
gives him somo troublo and ho ls un
able to control tho uso of tho lid of
Lnef Saturday tho City Marshal des
troyed tho elder, wlno nnd liquor tnk
' on from Oeorgo Heck and Frank
Smith, taken In tho search and soiz-
l tiro raid several mouths ago. Things
' Included In tho destruction were four
barrels of elder and wine, eight hot
BBBahi: "0H of ,,cor' " Kn"0l JUK nii'l " quart
George A. Smith or tho Utah-Idaho
Sugar company, or Salt Lake City,
was n visitor at the factory Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hopkins uro In
ICnnosh, where they have been at tho
bed side or Mr. Hopkln's rather, dur
ing the closing days of his Illness,
Mrs J. H. Cotter had a fall ono day
this week which caused n cut on her
forehead, necessitating several stitch
es by the dootor.
Mrs. Viola Henry or Hlngham Can.
yon, spent several days thlb week
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Miss Vervetio Kvnns was hostess to
the Mary Jane club nt a keuslugton
Wednesday evening. Light refresh
ments were served.
Mr. and Mrs Joa Shaw of I'rovo,
came over on the Iiiterurbnu to visit
the sugar factory Wednesday even
ing. Mr. nnd Mrs. .S'lels Swenson of
I'rovo, are visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. 10. A. lliishman, Jr. Mrs.
SueiiHon mid Mrs. Itushmau are sis
ters. Tho Sunday School classes of Miss
Kll7ii Fyffo guvo her a surprise party
at her home Thursday ovonlng. Games
and refreshments occupied u plensaut
The M. I. A. gymnasium In the City
I'avlllon, with Professors Hunks and
Heuiilon directing tho boys' work, had
in auspicious opening Thursday oven
ing, when there were 10 Juniors nnd
20 seniors in attendance. Tim exer
cises given were enthusiastically en
Joyed and tho boys predict an In
creased attendance. Tho nppnratus
on hand now consists or buskct balls,
volley balls, punching bug, benn bugs
and boxing gloves, the latter being
tho j;irt or the Peoplo's Co-op.
Next week tho balance or tho ap
paratus Is expected, consisting of
trnpeczes, horizontal bars, swinging
rings, wrestling mat, and an Indoor
base ball out lit.
Tho girls tiro under, tho direction
or Misses Annlo L. Staines, Luclle
llonulon and Flossie Dorton. They
had nn nntliiiliistlc opening Monday
night, when forty girls wore pre
sent and commonccd training.
lCvcry Monday night will be devot
ed to tho girls and every Thursday
night to tho boys, tho Juniors at 7
o'clock nnd tho seniors nt 8 o'clock.
There Is strong talk of organizing
n business men's class for Fridny
night, Tho InBtnllntlon of tho gym Is
ono of tho best things undertaken In
Lehl ror n long tlmo and It meeting
with the right kind of support.
InslnlU Modern Healing l'Juiit
Tho Hacker Mercantile company Is
Installing a modern heating plant In
their Main Street store. The plant Is
thoroughly up-to-date and will great
ly add Jo tho convenience of their
already modern Btore. It Is now bo
Ing tested out and will have been
completed next week, ready for the
big rush after November Kith.
Morgan Lott Is doing tho plunb
lng. - "
Ariolcd I'nr Selling Wlim
Marshal John S. Kvnns arrested
Mrs. K. Lovorago Thursday even
ing for selling a Jug or wlno to some
local young men. For some tlmo
complaints have been coming In or
boys having wlno In their possession.
Thursday evening tho marshul walk
ed In Just as tho boyi hud made the
transaction and were taking tho first
round of drinks out of tho Jug. This
Is her third similar offenc
Her excuse Is that she needs the
money for side walk assessments.
Mayor Gurney and Justice Webb
hnvo the enso under advisement.
o LEHI HIGH o
o SCHOOL NOTES o
Tho diinco given by the Juniors
Saturday evening was a very elabor
ate nffnlr. Tho hall was beautifully
decorated and ghosts and witches ad
ded much to the attraction.
Tho spirit of tho High School was
greatly aroused by the (lag rush,
which lasted from five o'clock Wed
nesday evening until two o'clock
Thursday morning. A hard struggle
was put forth and finally a decision
was made by tho faculty In favor or
i he Seniors.
The Freshmen gave a party In tho
gymnasium Friday ovonlng. This was
tin Ir first party but never tho less tlioy
nro to be credited ror tho most ex
oejlunttimo shown to everyone pre-
- State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
Every safeguard knownjto modern banking for the
security and safety of their funds.
4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded
every six months.
Our satisfied patrons are our best advertisement:
P , .,.M..
Or. Jos, F. Merrill Sunday Night
Dr. Jogeph F. Merrill, or the Uni
versity or Utah, will deliver uu edu
cational lecture In the Tnbernncle
Sunday night, under the ausplses of
the Lehl High School, who will sup.
ply the musical numbers. Everybody
1). H. SOCIETY MEETS
Tho D. It. Society met ut, tho home
or Mrs. Gmmn Lott Peterson last
evnlng, when the following program
Prayer by Chaplain Mrs. M. A.
Minutes read and business attend
History Prehistoric events U, S.
History Mrs. Lydu Slado.
Heading Skeloton In Armor Mrs.
Lcnoro Thomas Jones.
Music Mrs. Kato M. Klrkham.
Radlng Mrs. Evu Wangsgaad.
Postal Savings Banks
The war In Kuropc Is proving n
big boon to postal savings In this
country. From tho very day hostili
ties opened across the sea postal
savings receipts began to Increaco.by
leaps nnd bounds and withdrawals'
fell orf, a result quite contrary to
the predictions of many well-Informed
persons who, in their Imagination,
Bnw lines of fovorlsh depositors at
post-offlco ptry windows anxious to
again return their savings to the
boot-leg nnd body-folt depositors
whenco they came before. Intrusted to
Unclo Sam. Dut tho forecasters fail
ed to reckon on tho absolute confl.
donco of the Amorican citizen, re
gardless of the flag that first met his
eyes, In tho ability and purpose of
the Government to -.any out Its ob
ligations, not only anion the nations
of tho earth, but with the l.umbleit
citizen of or land.
Two Important result.! hnvq folow
cd; thousnnds of .)c.),;i lurly of
foreign birth, accustomed to send
their Bavlngs abroad, are no-v patrons
of our postal-savings syBtem; and
enormous sums of actual cnBh two
been released for commercial uses
among our own people at a time
when the need for ovcry available
dollar Is pressing.
ti!,0.K!?w,h of Postal-savings In tho
United Stntes has been steady and
healthy and the system has filled an
Important gap between the tin-can
depositor nnd tho factory paymaster.
On July 1, when affairs were running
smoothly here and abroad and the
transmission of money across the
Atlantic was safe and expedlous,
there was approximately $43,000,000
or postal savings standing to the
credit of about 388,000 depositors.
Slnco thon over $10,000,000 or depos
its have added and the number of
depositors has lncrensed enormously
Th s unprecedented gain Is the more
striking when It Is considered that
he net gnln In the lust three months
Is larger than the gain for th0 entire
fiscnl year 1914. Scores of offices
navo done more postal-savings busi
ness since tho war has been going on
than wns done by them during tho
previous existence of the service
I he Increases nro confined to no
Bpecinl localities, but have been felt
n every nook nnd corner or the coun
try .Sew York City alone mnde a
gnln In September or more than n
million while Hrooklyn showed a
relatively big Increase. Chicago re
ported a larger gain in the past three
months than for tho previous twelve
mouths. More than 7.000 new ac
counts were opened during tho period,
brliigliiK the number of depositors In
that city up to over 21,000.
The unexpected Increase In postal
8alngs business has not only added
Eu , J..tho Klntjr1 administrate
duties of the system, but has brought
up mniiy new nnd Interesting prob
1 ins which have called for the care
ful personal consideration or Post
master General Ilurleson and (lover. -or
Dockery, Third Assistant Pos -
been lightened somewhat by tno pro
mptness or depository bunks in
furnishing additional security omoc
to f .7n,iUoS08,t.B' A nmbo? o
i . 1,nrKsl " I" the country
which hnvo heretofore declined to
fi1 J b "oi'osltorlcs for pos "al-sav-lugs
funds, ure now among the eatier
applicants for them.
The deposits nt tho local office at
American Fork, hnvo Increaaed $300
smS.o'be'r ,hrt; "" IS!!;
take bnbi nr ' i Kro?'ln,K ""Mtlmont to
ioko Hold of the absolute safety the
government arrords. y
Sornethlno Like Snobbery.
coll -o vnrtral GSZv:i3 " that a
coUo nonmn who has buen Invest!.
Ynr B..fCl0l0Elcnl co(t'ns In Now
la urewe.' 8,Unri,r,8ed,to " that tho
hlr7t ,U Cl,cap restaurant
.rise i PaZ,tt0 wondcrs ftt "or "aur
wn. ""I nsk8! "noe3 n l'w..n to bo
of lurtmendent c. aiieT
PAINT AND OIL MACHINEKY
There are now many Implements
that have completed their share of
tho season's work. Have you pro
perly housed them? Do not leave
them under u tree or u leaky Bhcd,
but see to It that they uro put away
until they shal be used ngalu.
All working parts of the mnchlnes
or Impltimcuts should be oiled
thoroughly, as oil will prevent the
bearing from rusting. A rusted bear
ing will work stiff and hnrd, and its
life will be short. lTse a little guso.
line or keroslne on the bearing In
the spring and It Will clear nil thick
ened oil and grease. This care of
your machinery will pay for tho time
spout In the case and lightness with
which the mnchlno will work.
The usu of a little paint will not
only protect the wood from decay but
will add to the appearance, and to its
value. The wooden pnrts of the farm
equipment, when exposed to tho wind
nnd weather, have a tendency to dry
out, crack and warp, Many a ma
chine's usefulness Is Impaired by
weakened parts, and ut times the. to
tal use of the Implement. It Is won
derful tho value n Uttlo paint has
when applied every time It Is noeded.
Tho successful farmer knows the
effect of a little judicious enre upon
his equipment. The satisfaction ob.
tallied through working with properly
cared ror tools will moro than pay
ror tho time spent In keeping them
'In good shape. Utah Farmer.
Your Gray Hair
Vie ('minium's Sage Ten ami Sulphur
Heclpe and Nobody vtlll Kuon.
The uso or Sngo and Sulphur for
restoring faded, gray hair to Its nat
ural color dates back to grand
mother's time. She used to keep her
lmlr beatultully dark, glossy and ab
undant. Whonovor hor hair fell out
or took that dull, faded or streaked
appearance, this slmplo mixture was
npplled with wondorful efrect
Uut brewing at homo Is fussy nnd
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking nt
any drug storo for a BO-cent bottle
of "Wyeth's Sugo nnd Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
recipe which can bo depended upon
to restore natural color nnd beauty
to the hair and Is splendid for dan
druff, dry, fovorlsh, Itchy scnlp and
A well-known downtown druggist
says It darkens tho lmlr so naturally
nnd evenly that nobody can tell It hns
been npplled. You simply dampen a
sponge or soft brush with it nnd draw
this through your lmlr, taking one
strand at a time. Dy morning the
grny hnlr disappears, nnd after n
nothor application or two it becomes
bonutlfully dark, glossy, and abundant,
Some Truths (llcnneil from a llusy
It doos not cost nnythlng to be civil
nt nil times, and mnny times civility
brings back a return that means n lot
In dollars nnd cents.
Make up your mind to got along
with people In your business life, no
mnttor how much or n task it mny bo
Electric Service. Salt Lake to Provo
SIXTEEN ALL Dolly Freight SAFE, CONVENIENT
STEEL TRAINS Scnrlco ltotnccn CLEAN, '
EVERY DAY. All Points. COMFORTAIiLP
USE THE "GOOD SERVICE" LINE
Mileage books, good also on Salt Lake & Ogdcn and Ogden Itnpld Transit
for sale at nil stations, '
OremNExprcss, cheaper than Parcels Post, operates bn all trains.
, 1 3 G 7 1 11 13 1G '
Leave Salt Lako City.. 6.45 8.00 10.30 1.80 4.00 U)0 0.00 II I".
Leave Lehl ' 7.48 9.03 11.34 2.83 5.01 7411 10.01 l'V-a
Lenvo Am. Fork 7.66 9.13 11.43 2AU 5.13 7.13 10.13 p.;"
Lenvo Pleasant Qrovw 8.02 9.21 11.C0 2.50 5.21 7.50 10.21 loi:
Arrive Provo 8.30 9.S0 I2n0 3.20 5.50 S.20 10.50 ! U;
2 6 8 10 12 14 i,f
Leave Provo 6.45 .00 10.30 1.30 4.00 0.30 iM)i) " noi
Leuve Pleasant Drove. 7.13 8.28 10.58 1.58 4.2S 0.5S IJ.2S n!ni
Leave Am. Fork 7.24 8.38 11.08 2.08 4.38 7.08 JUS n.10
Leave Lehl 7.33 8.47 11.17 2.17 4.17 7.17 0.17 n.n
Arrive Snlt Lake City. 8,35 9.50 j 12.20 3.20 5.50 8.20 10..V) 12.50
A. M. Time in light face; P. M. Time In black face.
RIDE AND SHIP VIA OREM LINE. NO SMOKE. NO CINDERS. NO DELAYS. I
Tho man who comus out boldly
asserting that his knowledgo ls sup
erior to that of someone else will
never be taken at his word. Let the
othor fellow toll about your superior
ly. If It Is worth telling, It will soon
go the, rounds.
Loyalty Is three-fourths of the bat
tle. lie faithful to whutevor Interests
you. It is one of the hosts traits In
man, und, as ho grows older, de.
velops Into one of tho greatest assets.
Somcitlmes a men will feel himself
becoming Indifferent to his employ
er nnd to his work. That ls just the
time for llun to find .another employ
er, because ho Is no good where he ls,
and he is wasting his own and his
There Is no use being anything but
natural. A bluffer Is rarely accept
ed at his face value. No sano man
should try to pretonde he ls some
thing he is not.
There ls nothing In being to In
dependen. No matter how high
a mnu goes In business Ufa, ho ls
to a groat extent dependent on others.
One of the greatest guides In go
In through business life, and one that
will point you right always, ls self
control. It Is pretty hnrd work to
swallow your pride, ut times, but
most times everything Is all right
In fact, better after you have
Watching tho clock will not get a
man unywhore. Hard work and the
average amount of common sense
will shove you along qulcltor than
DolnR things in a llmpy, listless
wny Is not really doing them.
Things are only dono well when
thero U plenty of heart behind the
In every game of sport thero Is
a penalty prescribed for every kind
of foul. Every man who has been
In business many yenrs will tell you
It pays to play fnlr In all doillngs.
Play a little ovory duy, If its only I
u good laugh or enjoying a K0Qt I
story nt luncheon with some or your I
friends. It holds tho capacity ror I
play In good "ondltlon and keeps a I
man In better shape for work. m
Put n porous plnBter on tho chest I
and take a good cough syrup Inter.
inlly ir you would treat a severe case I
it soro lungs properly. Oct the dol-
ur Blzo BALLARD'S HORtillOl'Nl) I
JYUUP. With each bottlo there is a I
ree HKRIMCK'S URD PEPPER . I
POROUS. PLASTER for the chest.
3old by William Thornton.
NOTHING EXCEPT THE MINT I
can make money without adver- I
Using. Dut Injudicious advcrtls- I
Ing is a sinful wnsto of money. I
This pnper ls n good puller nnd I
result getter. Give It a trinl and I
be convinced. tf
Johnson & Sons I
and I :
Bag-gage Transfer -I
PIRST-OLASS AUTO- I I!
MOBILE SERVICE I (,
GO ANYWHERE I
Tel. 15. I
Just South of D. & R. G. I 43
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH. I (D
I HAMMER BROS, f i
LIVERY, FEED AND THANSFEB ! ' m.
On Main Street, Near D. & R. G b '
Buss Meets All Trains.
Mn To California h
wHli and Return , p
TICKETS ON SALE UETUHN LIMIT - I WZ
N.M,,nher ai.aa.ja Junuury nu && I ? ,
n,nh,.r I,,.,,,,.,.,,. rfi'j I
December . J $ jj
m Summer All Winter California. Ticket. Permit Slopou'rK and !,re Hon,,,
EASTERN EXCURSIONS l
TICKETS ON iv 1 clt'
1 hi. IJ. U SALE HLTUHS LIMIT , 1 adju
Nowmher U&, lttrtnhtr ,..,,, 1 dain
-Eenver " " "" - """-' -e. " I 1
Through Sleepers to Principal Points. -. , , lib
For luformntlon, Train Schedule, etc.. call on " " S,
W. K. WELSH. Agent i.e.,, a. W MoDONALD, Agent Am. Fork; J. H. HALMDAV. Agent PI. drove 1
Or Write J MANI)ER,,.:U), A. O P. A., Salt Lako City. '