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i ' AJ1KRICAN FORK CITIZRN 8ATl'lll)AY. NOVHMIIHR 28, 1014 I
LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS
A 320-ncre 8moot Homestead uear
Saratoga Springs for Bale See S. W.
Sir. and Mrs. George Comer, Sr
spent Sunday with friends In Plea
Messrs Alfred Brownhcad nnd W.
E. I'ace wero Intcrurban passengers
to l'rovo Fnday.
.Mr. N. A. Hrown went to l'rovo,
Sunday, where his wife Is attending
a sick grandchild.
'f'lie lluuncr wants your Job print
flit? Messrs Business Man, Profession
al Mnn nnd ETcry Day Citizen. 28-lt
Sir. Ernst Anderson, who Is teach
ing In Morgan, camo homo Saturday
to spend n week with his, mother
Mrs. Rnchael Anderson.
Mrs. P. A. Child went to Sprlng
vlllo, Tuesday, to visit n woek with
her mother. Mr. Child went down
All of Lehl's twenty-seven public
school teachers attended the State
Teachers' Convention In Salt Lake
City Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednes
day. The young friends of Miss Mndn
Taylor gave hor n pleasant surprlso
party Wednesday evening, nt the
homo of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Wanted 100 head of cattle and
liorres to winter. Also wanted to
buy GO or 100 head of young stock.
Dr. H. C. Holbrook, Lehl. 21-2t
Clarence and brother Cotter, Earl
JoneB, Arno Klrkman and Clydo Dor
ton students at tho state Agrlculturo
College are home for Thanksgiving
Mr. H. C. Nelson moved to Vernon
this week, whero ho owns n dry farm
and will spend tho winter.
Mrs. P. D. Worlton entertained the
Sowing Circle at a konslngton nt her
home Tuesday afternoon. Light re
freshments wero served.
Mrs. H. B. Merrlhow wont to Sene
ca, Mo., to visit her mother, who has
very poor health. Mrs. Merrlhew
will remain In Missouri until after
Sidney Manning left for Callento,
this week, whero ho will spend tho
winter as car Inspector for tho Salt
Miss Vclma Olbb, who Is teaching
school in Plymoth, Dox Elder Co.
came homo to spend Thanksgiving
and attend tho State Teachers Con
ontIon. Miss Alice Holmstcad, who Is teach
ing In the Pnyson City schools, Is
spending Thanksgiving holidays with
her parents Mr. andMrs, Olaf Holm
stead. MIbb Nlta Hammor, who Is teaching
In Moroni, is homo visiting with her
mother, Mrs. Joseph Hammer. She
was accompanied by Miss Eulahca
niackham who Is also teaching In
(V For Salt 8 ncro3 of flue farming
I laud cIobo In. Veo Qcorgo or Eugono
I Mason, Lehl. 21-2t
I Tho Third Ward frlonds of Mrs.
1 Gcorgo Olovcr gnvo hor a most plcn-
1 sunt birthday party Saturday oven-
I Ing. Tho tlmo wns spent In muBlc,
I games and refreshments.
Sunday morning tho motorman on
I tho south bound Intcrurban car mis
I Bed his conductor when ho got to
I l.ehl. Ho returned at once and found
I the lost man nt Jordan River, where
I ho had gotten off to signal for the
Snlt Lake and Western crossing.
Mr Edwin Evans, a former I.ohl I
I citizen, was this weok nwnrded the I
second prlzo of $50 by the stnto nrt
I liutltuto for tho second best plcturo I
on exhibit nt tho annual exhibition, I
I Milch was held In Ogdcn,
Mrs I.ydln Alder dollvored n mnBt
Interesting talk In tho Second Ward
meeting Sunday afternoon, on her
I visit to Pnlcstlno. Sho Bold a largo
I numbor 'of books treating on hor
KUlcr Wm A. Morton nnd James E.
I King of Salt Lake City, nddresaed the
I meeting In tho Tnbornnole Sunday
I evening, under tho auspices of the
Kullglon Classes Musical numbers
H ere rendered by Mrs Dulclo Frnn-
com and Master Loin nil C'rnbb
I I'rof u N Child, formerly aupor-
I ts0f-or'tlni iiil, achoolHjvnow supor-
I Mwr of tho grammnr gradoa of Salt
I J alio City, presided at tho Touchers'
I H'ato Inutltuto held thlH week In Salt
1 ake city. u0 hIbo mndo tho prtnet-
i I tutoress, which wns dovoted to n
I'M lor plnclng the tenchors' Balnrlos
n a twelve month's basis
J. T. Worlton of Suit Lako Cll
spent Wednesday visiting relatives In
Miss Clnlro Stark of Maronl, is
spending the week at the home of J.
Mr. Gcorgo Peterson of Preston,
Idaho, was tho guest of Gladys Stark
on Thanksgiving Dny.
Floyd Gontcs nnd Mlllcn Kirkhnm
spent tho vacation week hunting over
In Cedar Valley.
Misses Eulala IJlackham and Edna
Hardy wero the guests of Miss Netn
Hammer this week.
Mr. Wm. Wing spent Wednesday In
Salt Lake City on Insurance busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Webb's nlne-tccn-months-old
baby was quite sick
with bronchitis this week.
The Third Wnrd Prltunry Associa
tion gave a successful concert In th
Wnrd Houso Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Abraham Anderson
and children of Sandy, spent tho week
end with frlonds and relatives.
Mrs. Rachacl Carson of Ogdcn,
spent tho week In Lehl visiting her
Miss Lexlo Southwlck spent the
week end visiting hor friend, Miss
Mary Hanson, In Salt Lako City.
Miss Irmn Clark of Salt Lake City,
spent Thanksgiving with her mother,
Mrs. Llzzlo Clnrk.
Miss Hazel Carson, who Is teaching
school in Ogden, spent Thanksgiving
with hor sister, Mrs. Wm. Lovorage.
Miss Lore n a Rurnhnm of Hcber,
spent Thursdny visiting her friend,
Miss Hazel Summers.
Mrs. Julia Rosier and daughter,
Mildred, of Ilountlful, spent tho weok
with her sister, Mrs. R. G. Giles.
Tho flve-weoks-old baby of Mr. and
Mrs. John Bushman, which wns 111
with bronchitis early In the week, Is
Mr. Emerson Blnckham, Lee Nun
Icy, Jet Nelson nnd Blaine Draper of
Maronl, spent Friday with Miss
Monday night was "ladles' night"
at tho roller rink In tho city pavilion.
There waB a largo attendance and all
had a Jolly tlmo.
Mr. Alfred nnd Mr. Jesse Chorrlug
ton, who have been working In Lehl
for tho pnst threo montliB, returned
to tholr homo In Gnrfleld Tuesday.
Mrs. Rose Hanson nnd Mrs. If. D.
Wilcox of Amorlcnn Fork, spent Tuos
day with Mrs. Mat Peterson.
Mrs. H. D. Wilcox wont to Amorl
con Fork Tuesday. Sho will spend
tho winter thoro nt tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Roso Hanson. Her
mother, Mrs. Barbrn Rhodes, will live
with her daughter, Mrs. Matt Peterson.
I FRIDAY DEC.
I One Big Time For Every -I
I LADIES CORDIALLY I
1 "WHERE THE ORO VDS
Mr. Gilbert Knudson spent Thnnks
glvlng in Salt Lake City.
Mr. J. W. Frank spent Thnnksglv
Ing with his family.
Wesloy Prcstwlch arrived from
Idaho Fulls, Monday, having mndo tho
trip overland In six days by team.
Mr. Henry Marshal of Tooele, Is
spending n week in Lehl, tho guest
of his daughter, Mrs. O. L. Stookey.
Mrs. W. S. Evans left Tuesday to
spend n week In Eurekn, tho guest of
her daughter, Sirs. Jnmcs Nlolsou.
Prof, nnd Sirs. J. T. Worlton of
Salt Lnku City, spent their Thanks
giving with friends In Lehl. .
Mrs. Emma Brlggs nnd Mrs. Em
ma Brndshnw spent Monday In Snlt
Mrs. John Donalsou of Salt Lako
City, spent tho week visiting friends
nnd relatives In Lehl.
Mrs. George Elsmoro of Salt Lako
City, returned to her home Saturday,
after spending the week In Lehl.
Sir. George Bates of Monroe, Is tho
guest of Miss Vera Knudson tills
Miss Tllllo Rlddlo of Provo, spent
Thanksgiving with Miss Marie Fnrth
lugham. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Cutler of Snlt
Lok City spent tho week end with
Mrs. Cutler's sister, Mrs. C. W. Earl.
Sirs. Sylvester Evans entertained nt
a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday,
covers wero laid for eight.
MIsscb Choltu DaviB, Mable Brlggs
and Viola Gardner spent Monday In
Salt Lako City.
Miss Whalley of tho Now West
School, spent Thanksgiving with hor
parents In Snlt Lake City.
Sir. nnd Mrs. Frank Ingalls of Pay.
sou, spont tho week end with Mr. nnd
Sirs. SI. W. Ingalls.
MIsb Vera Gardenr, who is attend
ing school nt tho University of Utnh,
spont Thnnksglvlng with hor parents,
Sir. and Mrs. J. H. Gardner.
Miss Odessa Allrcd nnd Miss Roso
Russon, who nro nttonding bcIiooI nt
tho B. Y. U., spent Thnnksglvlng with
Tho two youngest daughters of Sir.
and Mrs. Joseph Broadbent have been
vory sick tho yast week with bron
chitis. Sir. Lester Broadbent of Salt Lako
City, spent Thanksgiving with his
parents, Sir. nnd Sirs. Joseph Broad
bent. Mr. Evans Gilchrist and his threo
youngor brothers wont to Ogdcn to
visit tholr uncle, Mr. John Thurmnu.
They will stay until Sunday.
Sirs. Arthur Klrkham entertained
Saturday evening nt nn oyBter supper
In honor of Miss Ednu Rolfe. Covers
wero laid for ten. "
Tho Senior class or tho Lehl High
School gavo n party ut tho homo of
SIlss Joyce Schow Wednesday even
ing. Progressive games wero played
and dellcato refreshments wero serv
ed. Dr. J. J. BubwcII, Ophthalmic
Specialist, or Salt Lake, will bo ut
tho Darling Hotel Monday, November
30th. No chnrga for testing eyes.
Mrs. SI. A. Tnylor, Sirs. Herbert
Taylor, Mrs. Morgan Evans, Sirs. Guy
Evans nnd Sirs. Fltzgornld wero In
tcrurban passengers to Salt Lnko City
.Misses Elglvn, Mnrgret and Slnrlnm
Thurmnu, who nro touching In Salt
Lako City, Mt. Pleasant and Ploasant
Grovo, spont Thanksgiving with tholr
parents, Mr. und Mrs. David Thur
mnu. Sirs. M. W. Ingnlls entortalned nt n
Thnnksglvlng dinner Thursday, In
honor of SUbs Agnes Smith, SIlss Hn
zol Summers nnd SIlss Lorcun Burn
ham. Tho Eighth Grndo or tho Now West
School gavo a party at tho Now West
I Cottago Friday evening. Tho Now
I West School closed Wednesdny for
I tho Thanksgiving vacation.
I SIlss Mildred Jackson, who has
I boon very sick, Ib recovering. It wnu
I thought for nwhlle that Bho had ty-
I nhold fever, but tho doctor finally do-
I elded it was a dlscaso that Is going
I around among children.
I Tin. Misses Rose and Alia Grant
I entuctulned at n-Thanksgiving dinner
1 ut the sugar factory Wednesday af
1 lernoon Present were: Sir. and Mrs.
I I II Oiudnov, Mr. and Mrs. M. W
I Ingalls. Sir and Mm. N. P. Sovon
1 ion, Mr. and Mrs. Pa ley AuhUii, Mr.
I mil Mrs S W WelU, Mr. nnd Mrs.
' John Iievey, Sr . Miss Homers III
bulls and Miss Viola fJardner.
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Good Merchandise, Square Dealings are our Motto. M
Our aim Is to buy tho best goods at the light price and sell on rensonablo margins. Wo arc
prepnicd to give you the best merchandise that can be bought. Wo buy and sell tho best brands In H
nil lines. Wc Invito our Inspection. Hoc our linos or Clothing, Shoes, lints nnd Furnishings, thoy H
nro the best that can be hnd. Wo take great pride 7i our well selected Ilnn or dry goods nnd notions. Wo I
carry n complete lino of rancy nnd staple groceries Our hardware Is woll selected: our Quick H
Meal Ranges and Howard HouUrs hao them all on the run-best made. See our Furniture, Rugs, !!
Linoleums, Springs nnd Mattresses anil you will buy Everything In tho building lino nt tho H
right prices YOP ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT O PR STORU j
The Racker Mercantile Company. ;
MA IX ST. l J Ll:HI ;H
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Dr. Haslor made a business trip to i
Lehl, Wednesdny, In his nuto.
. Mr. and Mrs Junius Banks and Sir.
and Sirs. W L. Hnlllday ate Thanks
giving turkey with lelntlvos In pien
DltOKi: collar iioni:
skatim: ox pavement
Merrill Smith, the eleven-year-old
son or Sir and Mrs. Rlchnrd Smith,
broke his collar bone lust Monday
vvhllo roller skating on the sldowalk j
pavement. Tho lnd was qulto an ox
pert for his age, nnd wns showing
tho othor boys seine now stunts In
skating when ho fell. A doctor re
duced the fracture, which Is mending
DON'T BE AFRAID HE
WILL NOT HURT YOU
Commencing next week, December
1st, the Chlpmnu Slorcnntllo company
will tnko a special Intorcst In show
lug tho children and parents tho lnrg
est and most complete line of Dolls,
Toys, Novelties nnd Xmns Goods
Theso Gcrmnii made articles wero all
purchased before the war affcted
prices. There will bo no ndvnnce in
toys this year, If Jim buy from us
Wo wero successful In securing, not
only tho staple nrtlclcs usually ex
hibited, but a large number of Inter
esting attractions and many now
toys that have not been shown be
fore. Our full lino will bo shown
December lBt, In our Grocery Depart
ment. Xmns Goods, Xmns Books
Xmns Cards, Xmas Dishes und Xmns
Candles. Old Santa will bo ono of tho
prominent features on display.
CHIPMA.VS BUI RED .STOIU'.
American Fork 28-lt
SPECIAL XOTICK TO
x' XEH1 FOLKS
Wo wish to announce wo nro ex
clusive Lehl agents for tho simple
mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc.. known us Adlor-l-kn. Thlr. re
medy used successfully for appendi
citis, Ib tho mo'.t THOROUGH bowel
elennsor wo over sold. It Is so
poworful thnt ONE SPOONFUL re
!Iovo3 almost ANY CASE of constipa
tion, sour or gassy stomach. Adlor-l-kn
never gripes, Is snfo to uso and
tho INSTANT action Is surprising
I! I). Merrlhow, druggist., Lehl Utah
Tho Amorlcnn Fork Drug Company
report great success.
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Johnson & Sons
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
Just South of D. & R. G.
GENERAL SURGICAL CASES
SPECIAL FACILITIES EOK
COMPETENT NURSES IX
PLUMBING and HEATING
Estimates Furnished Ere
SUPPLIES OF ALL K1XHS
1 am now locntod In Lotu nun
prepared to do nil kinds of plump
ing or to Install Btcnm or hot
water heating plants,
M. S. LOTT
I LKlll. UTAH
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State Bank of Lehi H
United States Depository for Postal Savings li !
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS '11
Every safeguard known to modern banking for the 1 M
security nnd safety of (heir funds. ''
4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded '.
I every six mouths. ij
Our satisfied patrons arc our best advertisement. I !'.
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What Siieiitlsts Can't Eplnlu and a dead uinn, or u live dog and u ! '!
dead dog- in other words what in
The dlfferenco between u live man life?
g CARE OF HANDS, '
mv l s,5) mo,,nH ,l Brual ''" ,0 overy woman. !!
)L X-. 5?y r'' "'ttor condition sho enn koep I
(JJJJJSSA & ,ll(,U M Uio younger oho will look I !
y-j-J-as Z und reel. Our toilet wares Include F
y" Jvwn iv oorytl.lug the daintiest woman f'
55rTvMvli nS coul!l ,15E'rt' "I prices tho most pru- ii
rW? dent purse sail nfford. tM
V -C-y H. MERRUIEW, IIH
' I.KHI. UTAH H
I Roller Skating 1 IPfTTTiifflil 11
.I0I.LY, ROI.ICKINd ROLLER 1 JrFnVT-nRt--ll-il !
X LEHI CITY PAVILION X 1 fiHi l
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II. C FcndifrHionc E PBPlBliHHHHH i-
I .Manager tfi , I 952HJBI I i
Automobile, Motorcycle Genoral Repairing, lM
and Vulcanizing, j; B
Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline and Oils.
CUTLER GARAGE !
State Street tH
LEHI, UTAH H
. Phone 12-2 Rings. Adjoining Reltuc Inn J H
A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP H
Wo Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling I H
Automobiles. During tho Winter Season. I fl
A Knowing Housewife's II
Advice on Sugar 11
, . , "Ask for rtnh-ldnho Sugar : MH
"Thoro art good suguiH and " H
i.uil jcu'll get 'the stnudord of 11.
poor sugars. .JL-i
sugar porfeclion' n sugar that HtH
..,. . . , , . will sarvo you perfectly for !rH
"What you got depends not !,
every use.' B H
so much upon what you pay, jl'H
asuponwhutyouuskfor. TiB g wUn, Uu) ..kll0WHB H
Louscwlfo" discovered. H
"For liiHtnuco: Merely ask !
for sugar and you'ro more tluili why not take advnntago of H
likely to got hii Jnfurlor pro- t. iiiroriuntloii, and Insure i rH
"d jonrBolf r.uy. r Hutlsfnctioii. ' H
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