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I AMERICAN FPU CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914 H
I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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UIg Christinas Snlo , at I'eoplo's
I Co-op., Lulil. 10-U
Mr. Hyrum Harmon went to Salt
Lako City Monday to sell some hogs.
I Mr. A. K. Mulllnor of Venice, Sevier
I County, is visiting friends In Lchl.
I Ex-Mayor Henry Marshal of Tooele,
M Is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Q.
M L. Stookcy, for ten days.
; Mrs. H. C. Holbrook and Mrs. W. A.
I Knight wero Salt Lako" City visitors
I Havo you seen that sign on E. II.
I Davio' barn. It's tho biggest one yet.
I Tlio Dig ned Store of Chlpman's. 19.lt
I Mrs. Sarah Kirkhnm Is spending a
I week visiting with Mrs. Fitzgerald In
A Alias Wanda Klrkham will spent the
Christmas holidays with friends In
Mrs. Ada Stoddart was visiting sov-
oral days this week with her daugh
ter In American Fork.
Mr. Jesso Walton of Salt Lake City,
was tho guest of Miss Clara Bono
Saturday und Sunday.
Nate RockhlU came down from Salt
Lako City Saturduy and spent several
days on his farm over Jordan River.
. Big Christmas Sale at Peoplu's
Co-op., Lchl. 19.lt
John Davis of Amerlcun Fork, was
tho speaker at tho Fourth Ward Sun.
day evening. There was also a musi
Mr. K. W. Schnlcdcr sent a log of
lamb by parcels post this week, as a
Christmas present to his aunt in
Mr. Fred Morrill Is engaged plnst
ing a rcsldcnco In niuffdalo, and
makes tho trip each day on tho In
tcrurban. Tho Chlpman Mercantile company
are not giving Calendars this year;
they nro giving away a Piano, Range,
Watches and other valuablo presents.
Mrs. S. L. Wells was hostess to the
Athenian club at its meeting Wednes
day. Tho regular program was giv
en. Charles F. Johnson is preparing to
.butld a modern homo In tho spring
on tho corner lot on 6th north nnd
2nd East Streets.
Mrs. 55. Whlttakor returned to her
homo In Provo Monday, after a fow
days' visit with her sister, Mrs. Ell
Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off ct People's Co-op., Lchl.
A Mr. Soymoro was In Lchl this
week promoting a glass factory to be
located In Mnronl. It Is understood
that ho sold somo stock hero.
Representatives of W. M. Roylanco
of Provo, wore In Lohl this week and
j sacked threo tons of onions. Tho
price paid was 45 cents per hundred
Big Christmas Salo at People's
Co-op., Lchl. 19-lt
Tho Rev. Mr. Ooldio and wlfo of
Novada, wero gueBts of Mrs. Ella
Manning Monday. Tlioy woro on their
way to Africa, whero thoy will act
as Christian missionaries,
Bishop and Mrs. Hcber Bcnnlou of
Salt Lako City, spent Sunday In Lchl
visiting with tholr children, Hcbcr J.,
Lucllo and Mary, who aro teaching
school In Lchl.
Big Christmas. Salo at People's
Co-op., Lehl. ' 19-lt
Miss Emily Wanlass, who has been I
out of school for several weeks be- I
causo of nn operation for appcndlcl- I
tls, has sufnoloutly recovered to again I
tnko chargo of hor school last Mon- I
day. During her nbsenro Mrs. W K j
Hopkins took tho school. I
1 Frank Sharp this wuolc received the
$10 awarded for tho beat beet grown
In Utah in tho boys' club contest. He
also received tho subscription of one '
oar to tho Lohl Banner for the Lohl
Hugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off at People'fl Co-op., Lohl '
Mrs Win. Bono and daughter, Clara
Mr and Mrs, S. W. Ross, Mr. and Mrs
J i: Ilnno and Mr. and Mrs. Asa J
Clark went to Salt Lako City Tues.
ln to attend tho funoral of Mr. Harry
l.lnni'11. who was run down by an 1111.
known automobllo Wednesday and
tiled threo days later.
The brick used for tho outside on
Hid liiteruibaii depot aro boautlful
ml ilurnblo Wo can mako you look
Just as good If you buy your Bult from
"a Chlpman's. 19-lt
Mr. Thomas Webb was a business
visitor to Salt Lako City Tuesday.
Tho B. B. club met at Airs, Lott
Russon's homo Monday evening.
Mr. E. H Davis mado a business
trip to Provo Saturday.
Big Christmas Salo at People's
Co-op., Lehl., ig.it
Mr. and Mrs. Abo Oudmundseii of
Payson, wero week end lsltors with
Mrs. Win, Thomas and daughter,
Louie, wero mid week visitors to Salt
Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, entire
stock one-third off at People's Co-op.,
I could not nnd what I wanted In
Toys and Xmas goodn at home, but I
found It ut Chlpman's. They have an
Immense stock. 19-lt
Miss Vera Knudson left Sunday for
Murray, whero sho will spend two
Mrs. Chris Fredrlckson of Murray,
came to Lchl Sunday to receive medi
cal treatment for her Infant child,
Mrs. Bort Spratlcy spent the week
end visiting Mrs. II. C. Cliristcnsen of
Rugs, Carpels, Furniture, nt twenty
per cent off at Peoplu's Co-op., Lehl.
Mrs. George Southwlck was In Am
erican Fork Tuesday, tho guest of Mrs.
S. W. Chlpman.
Mr. John Giles of Salt Lake City,
spent Friday and Saturday with his
brother, Mr. J. K. ailcs
Mr. Jesse Rhodes left for Garland
this week, to spend tho winter with
his brothers, Alvn and John.
Mr. A. B. Anderson left this week
on a business trip through the South
If you cannot find what you want in
Lohl or Plcnsant Grove, Just call on
tho Big Red Storo nt American Fork,
W. S. Evans, Henry Lowls, Jr. and
W. A. Evans this week closed their
lime kiln nt tho Jordan Nnrrown. The
principal part of their output has
been going to tho Utah-Idaho Sugar
plants In this county. Next year they
Intend entering tho llmo markets of
Utah and Salt Laku Counties.
Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, nt twenty
per cent off nt People's Co-op., Lehl.
Mr. Gcorgo 0. RobiiiBon, accom
panied by Mrs. Robinson, woro In
Provo on legal business Saturday.
Ho Is taking steps for tho dissolu
tion of tho Lehl Flower Mill Corpora
tion, of which ho 1b tho solo owner.
Rov. P. A. SlmpkliiB and Mr. Win.
Scott of Snlt Lako City, and Eph Hom
er of Provo, high officials or tho In
dopendont Order of Odd Follows,
visited tho locnl lodgo last Saturday
night. Tho Ivy Rebcccaa sorved re
freshments nnd n most enjoyable pro
gram was rendered.
I WITH A STUDENT'S HUM II
I COMING BAXt'K.
I The Hall villi ho licuiilliiill)
I decorated ami all (he popular
I iliiiictTb Vtlll lie there.
I The. neighboring lonns can
I take Hie Orem car. It Is just
I right; j on cuii dance until I'JiilU I
I anil then catch the ear limuc.
LADIES FREE 1
Come and Get I
I I II I llll I T B
Till: HALL THAI' MIOSIS IT- 1
WHKIti: tiu: CRONUS (10. I
Mrs. Mlnnlo Scoflold of Snlt Lako
City, is tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
T. F. Klrkham.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Price spent tho
early part of tho week visiting In Salt
Mrs. Arthur Galsfoid gave a quilt
ing bee Tuesday to a number of lady
friends. Refreshments woro sorved.
Closing out entire stock of Toys and
Xmas Goods at one-fifth off, at Peo.
pie's Co-op., Lehl. , 19-lt
The Freshman class of tho local
High School will play merry Jinks in
tho gymnasium tonight.
Mr. Frank Halsey lias taken n con
tract to paint the Roberts bungalow
Miss Blrdlo Sabiiio of Bountiful,
wastho guest of Mrs. Wesley Rlchcy
several days this week.
Mr. and Mth. Lester Anderson of
Tooele, arrived In Lehl this week for
a ten days' visit with relatives and
Mrs. Abraham Anderson nnd chil
dren of Sandy, enmo to Lchl Friday
to spend a fow weeks with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Dorton.
Mrs. F. D. Worlton. loft Wednesday
for her old homo In Mantissa, Colo.,
whoro sho will spend the holidays
with her mother. f.
Among tho Lchl visitors spending
Sunday in Snlt Lako City, wero Mr.
Gilbert Knudson and Miss Maud Kirk
ham. Tho lower county road, between
Lehl and American Fork, which has
been In bad shape for six months, fa
now being fixed up by tho county.
Twenty Lehl High School students
this week signed for tho speclnl bible
courso being given each week by Prof.
Nelson of thu n. Y. U.
Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, entire
Btock one-third off at I'eoplo's Co-op.,
The Banner will ho published
Thursday next week to ghc tho force
u Xmas holiday. Your paper will fie
In Uic ofllco Thursday afternoon,
Ladles' Winter Suits, 110110 reserved,
1-2 prlco nt Chlpman's. First come,
first served. 19-lt
Mrs. Henry White, who has been
visiting friends In Lohl nnd AmcrloaL
Fork since tho death of her brother,
Mr. Amos Rhodes, returned to hei
homo lu Idaho this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bard Allrcd returned
Wednesday from Salt Lako City,
whero Mr. Allrcd and Charles Sabey
have been for ten days helping to put
In plcra for tho now Iuterurban barns
At tho request of Miss Marvel
Rhodes her engagement nnd prospec
tive mnrrlago to Mr. Ira Hacker,
which was announced In our last Is
sue, Is hereby most cheerfully cor
rected. Tho sourco of our Informa
tion, heretofore has been found re.
33 1-3 to HO per cont off on Ladles',
Misses' and Children's Coats at Chip
mans', nnd they havo n largo assort
Dr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Stookcy of Salt
Lako City, spent Sunday tho guests
of Dr. and Mrs. G. L. Stookcy. Mrs.
Stookoy spent tho lust threo days of
the week In Lohl.
Rugs, qarpetH, Furniture, at twenty
Jior cent off at People's Co-op., Lehl.
Street Supt, S. J. Taylor this week
has had miulp threo sldowalk Bcrapers
which will bo used after every snow
storm. Joseph GoiUcb will usa one,
James Roborts 0110 nnd Roy Roberts
Charles Dorton and Peter C. Adam
son wont to tho Twelve Mllo Pnss this
week to do tho annual assessment on
their llmo stono quarry. Tho promot.
ors of tho proposed sugar factory in
Salt Lako county have offored to
trado stock In tho factory for tho lime
CloBlng out entire stock of Toys and
Xmas Goods at ono-flfth off, at Peo.
plo's Co-op., Lohl. 19-lt
Mrs, Robert Gilchrist was tho reci
pient of n most pleasant surprlso par
ty by the members of tho Fourth
Ward Primary Association, nt her
homo Monday evening, Thcro was a
program of games ami refreshments
Mrs W A Knight spent Monday In
Salt Lake City shopping and visiting
Tho wedding of Miss Julia l'hllllpB
i mil Mr Everett Anderson, wIioeo en.
nigi'iiiout was announced somo time
I go, is scheduled to take placo dur
I lug tho holiday Miss Phillips at
I leseiit Ih one of tho omelint oporat
I jib In the local telephone exchange,
I and Mr Anderson Is teaching lu one
i of the schools lu Morgan County
You Will Not Regret Doing Your I I
Trading With Us. '3
We gho the liet nliie for the money In (he county. We don't liy to HI
catch joii on some small Ihe rent article, hut ghe 3011 full miIiic on M
put- dollar jou upend with us. Wo glvo'jim (he best miIiio for the del-
hir nlicu 3011 trade with 111. Wo do oiirlnislursi strictly 011 business priuci
pies and like for jou to do the mi 111 e. t hate eu'ijllilng jou vmiit for M
Christmas. Call on us, no luiu the goods ami the price.
The Racker Mercantile Company. I
MAIN ST. L1,m H
1IASKET BALL GAME
Thursday, December 'J Kb,
(Champs of Salt Lake Com-
Sec Ihe ten in In Its new suits.
(nine Starle nt 8:30 Prompt.
DANCE AFTER GAME
Don't forget the Children's
Dunce 2 o'clock Xmas Day.
MANY FISH IN UTAH LAKE
HolniBtoad Brothers aro doing n
fishing business this winter. Thoy nro
sending UbIi to Salt Lako City, Mur.
ray, Draper, Sandy, Mldvalc, Garflold
and Tooele, whero agents and ped
dlers do tho distributing. Lohl peo
ple also uso it good supply. They
ship away over threo tons ovcry week.
Occasionally they get as many as
thirty tons In 0110 haul, and put them
in traps or cages In tho water, from
which thoy draw as tho trado do-mauds.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
Excursion Yin Snlt Lake Route
Excursion tickets 011 Bale at all
Utah Stations on Salt Lako Route,
December 18th to 25th Inclusive, De
cember 31st "and January 1st. Re
turn limit January 4, 1916. 19-2t
At Schow & Schow's
Cement PIpo furnished In uny
quantity in tho following bIzob:
8-in, 12-in, IG-I11, 18-in, 20-ln. and
30-In. Guuranteccd no bettor mado.
Ccmont blocks mado to order. Bc-
foro going clsowhtro sco
SOHOW & SOHOW
Phono 84-J Lehi, Utah
Johnson & Sons
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
Just South of D. & R. G.
I I II II II II -! I I I
GENERAL SURGICAL GASES
SPECIAL FACILITIES k'Oll
COMPETENT NURSES JN
PLUME-IN and HEATING
Estimates Vurtilshcd Free
SUITI.IF.S OF ALL KINDS
I nm njw loented In Lent niid
prepared to do nil kinds ot plumb
ing or to lnstnll stenm or not
water heating plants.
M. S. LOTT
State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings H
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS H
Every safeguard known to modern banking for tho H
security and safety of their funds. H
4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded '
every six months.
Our satisfied patrons aro our best advertisement. j
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'( , - LEHI, UTAh H
JOLLY, ROLICKING ROLLER
w LEHI CITY PAVILION :-:
SKATING THREE NIGHTS A
Clean, Hcnllhy Sport Come
ami Try II.
II. C. FentlierHloiio
Automobile, Motorcycle General Repairing,
and Vulcanizing, M
Bicycle Accessories. Gasolino and Oils. H
CUTLER GARAGE I
State Street H
Phone 12-2 Rings. Adjoining Reltuc Inn
A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP H
Wo Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling
L Automobiles During tho Winter Season.
Your Money Does I
Full Duty I
When It Buys This Sunr H
Tho sugar bill of every fain, without a superior In thu whole
Uy amounts to consldcruhle. world. M
, . it repiosontH tho largest B
So It is of ntnios l"POl mei8U,.0 of BUglir Ul,tiu II10ey
that housowivoH gut full sugai m
value. ... 1 H
It will meet tho minutest iU" MB
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That Is, Insist on IJtali-ldnlio housiiwlfo. jU-H
Hugar, nlwas, Justice to your husbaiul and JHI
This sugar, under the an- tho ...one, he Piovldes ,or ym H
ulvllcal eye of u scou. or nu.re to run the homo with, decrees KH
chcMnlsts, has proved to bo that you Insist on- Hl
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