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Pleasant Grove Department I
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I Jack Hill Dies
I In New Mexico
I Mrs. Mnttlo nichards Hill, who has
lieu living In Qarflold, received n
telegram this week that her husband,
John S. Hill, hnd been found dead In
n railroad town in Now Mexico, and
thai his body was being chipped to
Tilnldad, Colo., where it would be
burled and whore hla parents live. The
cause of death was not given.
Mr 11111 went from Garfield to Now
Mexico about two months ago, and
ami had only had two weeks employ
ment as a railroad engineer. In a
recent letter ho stated that tho town
was full of discharged men, who wore
to desperate they would take posses
sion of a storo and help themselves
to keep from starving. Mr. Hill al
ways wore good clothes and It Is pre
sumed Hint one of these men suspect
ed lilm having monoy and waylaid
Ho leaves a widow and threo chil
dren, the youngest of which Is nine
months old. Mrs. Hill, with tho chil
dren, left for Trinidad, Thursday to
attend tho funeral. Hor clctor, Mrs.
W. L. Hayes, aocompanlad hor as far
as Provo. ,Mr. Hill Was a morabor of
the Brotherhood cf Lomomotivo En
gineers, and It Is undorstood carried
1,500 in lnsuranco.
Funeral Services For
Mrs, Eliza Loader
Funeral sorvlcoo for MrB. Eliza
Drlggs Loader, who died in Murray
Inst wook, woro hold in tho Pleasant
Orovo Tabornnclo Sunday at 12:30 p.
m. The houso wao woll filled with
sympathising frlonds. Many of her
children and relatives came from out
sldo towns. Dlahop S. L. Swenson
presided. The other speakers wero
F. C. Banks, Robert Thome, Alexand
er Bullock and Bishop- E. D. 01 pin.
The Invocation was by V. H. Morrltt
mid the benediction by 0. B. Harper.
Mrs. J. O. Clark rondorcd a solo, mid
the choir, led by B. Morck, rendered
tho opening and closing musical numbers.
George Thome Secures Divorce
Judge Morgan this week issued the
decree annulling tho marriage of Ceo.
Thomo and Mrs. Ella Hubor, which
, took placo on January 12, 1914. Soon
after the marriage Mrs. Thorno re
turned to Denver, and later wont
furthur cast. Some tlmo ago the deed
waH annulled,, wheroby ho had given
her Ills home, valued at $3,000 as a
SHIPPING MINING TIMBER
Win. D.everaux is preparing to ship
four car loads of quakonasp timber
from Grove C;cek Canyon to Blng-
M, ham Canyon, where it will bo used
H as mlno timber. This tlmbor was cut
Hj and pealed early in tho season. Ho
H ships about two' car loads per month
H to the U. S. mines, and recently ship-
W pod sixteen car loads from San Pcto
I County. Ho went to Thlstlo yester.
I day to ship soveral car loads.
I REl'UHLICANS NOMINATE
I CANDIDATES FOR DEPUTYSHIPS '
There was a good attendanco at tho (
I Republican Primary Saturday night,
I when Joseph Hilton was recommend-
I eil for tho appointment of deputy as-
I Bcssor and Olo Anderson for deputy
I Collector. Irving Johnson received
I tho endorsement for tho poaltlon of
I rond supervisor of tho Manila district
I ami C A. Cobbloy for road supervisor
I of I.lndon, W. H. Llm will bo recom-
I mended for tho position of pago in
I the legislature and Artimus Holman
I may ask for tho appointment of Coun-
I ty Road Supervisor.
I DM Adams will got tho appolnt-
1 incut of registration ofllcer at Manila
ami Mrs. Llzzlo Bunnoll for Llndou.
1 The Democrats get tho two for Plea
1 taut Grove.
I Parents Invited to Visit Schools
B The art work and Christmas decor
i nitons In the schools tills year are
ITp flue Thu boys and girls us woll ns
' tli" teachers should bo complimented
' m the cry appropriate and artltitlc
Ic-corutioiiH thoy hnvo, made. Pnronts,
your boys mm griu, huvo douo sonio
tl'lng In school this month Unit you
I should como utul boo. No ono can toll
iiow much good It will do thorn for
! 'm to com,, out mid inspect tholr
Hrk. Tho teachorH tiro very anxious
"'"t you should visit ono day noxt
k. preferably Wednesday or Thurs.
Jay. and bIiow your appreciation of
" iramMo efforu 0f your chlldron,
by stopping Just a few minutes to
look nt tho work they aro spending
days to make. Often parents say "I
don't seo how It is that John Isn't In
terested In school?" Dear parent,
have you over taken tlmo to inspect
tho work ho Is doing? Hnvo you been
In the school tho child's workshop
onco this year?
Supt. Walker has set apart next
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for
tho parents to visit tho schools, and
no doubt many will do so on these
High School Team
The Pleasant Grove High School
basket ball team continues Us un
hokon lino of successes in its con
tests with other teams, which gives
the boys high hopes of ultlmato vic
tory when games aro commenced.
Last Friday evening tho local team
defeated tho Spanish Fork High
School with tho overwhelming scoro
of 38 to 1C, In tho game played In tho
Orpheus Hall. Tills is remarkable, In
view of tho fact that Spanish Fork
last year wero tho High School cham
pions. Tho following night tho Pleasant
Grovo flvo wont to Provo and played
tho B. Y. U. High School team, de
feating them with tho scoro of 30 tc
23. This is how a Provo paper wroto
tho gomo up.
"Saturday night In tho B. Y. U. gym
nasium tho Pleasant Grovo High
School and tho B. Y. U. High School
opened tho baskot ball season, Plea
sant Grovo winning by a score of 30
The visitors scored n field basket
and a freo throw beforo tho locals got
started. It looked as though the
Pleasant Grovo team would run uwny
from tho "Y'tteam from tho start, but
by somo clover passing and fast ploy
ing tho locals led tho first half by the
closo scoro of 17 to 1G.
In tho second period both teams
started out strong, but tho visitors ex
celled In team work and won out. One
of tho local uulntetto lost ills temper,
and this seemed to'upBot the team
work of tho homo tcan."
Sunday Evening Program
Sunday night at 8 o'clock, In the
Pleasant Grovo Tabernacle, tho fol
lowing program will bo rendered by
tho High School. Everyone Invited.
1st. Lead Kindly Light
2nd. Ring Out Wild Bells
3rd. Holy Mother
Duot Orpha Hnlllday and
and Ora Holman.
4th. Slumber Song
5th. Violin Solo
Amorican Rhapsody Conso
lation LoRoy Robertson.
6th. Last Night
1st. March Relipioso
High School Orchottrn.
2nd. Heart's Ease
High School Orchestra.
3rd. Tho Holy City
4th.r Apple Blossoms
By tho High School Orches
tra. MARCH United Liberty.
Meeting or llnmu Economies Club
The Homo Economics club mot In
tho High School building Mondny
evening. Tho following program was
An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving
Mrs. Alex Bullock.
Our ClirlstmriH Caudles and How to
Mako Them Mrs, Eulo Morrott, Mrs.
Clcouo Kirk mid Miss Beatrlco Gray.
Recipes and samples of caudles
brought to club.
Round Table talk on Various Re
All ladles who nro interested In
better homo making nro urgently In
vited to nttend theso meetings.
Y01NG LADIES l'OHM
A ROHCI'S CLC1I
A number of Pleasant Grove huvo
organized a sowing club and cluist
oned it Willi tho name of "Tim Por
ous olub," Tho first meeting was huld
at tho homo of Miss Hannah Condor
'list Monday ovenlng. Following are
tho charier lnoniboni: Mlsica Etto
WoBtphnl, l.nvlim Olson, Chluo Thorno
Ardonn Attwood, Iva Smith, Lilly
Monson, Menervo West, Rhcn Clark,
Ora Ilolmo.i, Sadlo Attwood and Le-
ona Foutz. Thoro aro acvcrul others
who woro not present at the Initial
After tho sewing, refreshments
wore served and n Jolly good tlmo on
Joyed. Tho club will hold meetings
each week, tho next ono of which will
bo at tho home of Miss Etta West
Mr. mid .Mrs . II, oiplu Entertain
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Olplu entertain
ed eighty of their friends and neigh
bors Friday and Saturday night,
Thoro wero so many that two even
ings were taken, about forty bolng
present each evening. Gnmen "mid n
program of music, etc., woro given,
after which refreshments wero serv
ed. Both evenings wero voted as be
ing most enjoyablo ones.
ALL GOING TO LEII1
Tho local High School team will
play the Lchi High School team in
the first league basket ball gaino of
tho season at Lchi Thursday evening.
Practically all the Pleasant Grovo
High School students will nccompany
their team confidently, and oxpect to
bring back victory. (Adv.)
L. W. Lund left Monday for pointa
Mr. Harry Wadloy spent Thursday
In Salt Lake.
Big Christmas Salt at Pcoplo's
Co-op., Lolil. 19-lt
Mr. Alex Thornton made a bUBlucss
trip to Provo Tuesday.
Mr. J. R, Hnlllday inado u business
trip to Salt Lnko Wednesday.
Mrs. Alfred Bczzont was an Ameri
can Fork visitor Wednesday.
Mr. W. E. Clark mudo a business
trip to Salt Lake Thursday.
Mrs. Alvln Nelson was an American
Fork visitor this wcelc.
Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, entire
stock one-third off nt Pcoplo's Co-op.,
Lohl. . 19-lt
Miss Sadlo Mills spent tho week end
with friends In Salt Lake City.
Mr. Willard Boulter went to Blng
linm Canyon Wednesday on n busi
Tho Sorosis club wero entertained
at n kensingtou nt tho homo of Miss
Beatrlco Bjork, Mondny night.
Hnvo you scon thnt sign nt Llndou
depot? It Is tho biggest ono yet. It's
tho Big Red Storo of Clilpnian's. 10-lt
MIbs Edna Thomns unci Miss Snrnh
Williamson wero visiting .friends In
Provo Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. O. J. Cobbloy of Blnckfoot, was
in Pleasant Grovo Tuesday. Ho has
been In Utah towns tho past wook
finding a market for Idaho potatoes.
The Iletlew iilll ho' published
Thursday next week to ghc the forre
a Xmns holiday. Your paper Mill lie
In the ofllco Thursday afternoon.
If you cannot find what you want in
Lchi or Pleasant Grove, just call on
tho Big Red Storo at Amorlcnn Fork,
Attorney Martin M. Larson was In
town Saturday on ills regular weekly
trip looking nftor his legal buslnccs,
Henceforth ho will mako his olllec
ivory Saturday with Dr. C. V. Wost
phnl, in tho bank building.
Miss Prlscllla Stngg and Mr. Owen
Christiansen woro married In tho Salt
Lake Templo Wednesday. A wedding
luppor and recoptlon was hold Thurs
day ovenlng nt tho homo of Mrs, Mnry
Christiansen, and to whloh tho near
.olatlves nnd frlonds woro Invited.
Herman Green, W. O. Frampton,
Sunt Walker and Arnold nnd William
Urcen completed tlto loading of 1C00
ons of sugar beets Wed., ?nd Bond
ing them to Lchi. Those woro beet
1 piled alongsldo tho railroad truck bo.
ciiubo tho sheds at Lchi would not
hold thein during Iho digging season.
Miss Orpha Hnlllday entertained
Saturday night In honor of hor birth
day Those present wero tho Mlssm
Pearl Shoell, Thelina Slioell. Flryile
Wright, Leon Wright. Voru Thorno,
CoVa West, Leah Thornton, Lola Rub
lBon, Lois Hnyps, Dorothy Swmuun.
Joslo HnUlduy, Loonft Coopor, Emo
I lyu Lund, Lucllo Poulson. Edna I'oul
Boii, Edna lloldaway. Oral Wadloy,
Jeiinlo Fago, Maud Fenton, Mary Me.
l.eod. Lunch was served, games plny
ed aud all spent an enjoyable own
ing. Miss Hnlllday also received
many beautiful presents,
I Miss Jennett Bullock was" a Provo"
Mr. Jos. Hilton wont to Salt Lake
Thursday to attend tho tax commis
: LadioB Whiter Sulls, none reserved,
1-2 'price at Chlpmnn's. First come,
first served. 19.1t
Mrs. 1). M. Attwood and daughters,
Sadlo and Ardona, wero visitors to
Amgilcan Fork Wednesday.
Miss Stella Condor and Miss Pearl
AdaniBon nro hero from Hebcr, visit
ing friends in Pleasant Grovo and
Mrs. George Snioot, formerly of
Vineyard, died at Provo' this week,
and it Is lepoitcd that Mr. Smoot Is
very low with Brlght's disease.
Closing out entire stock of Toys and
Xmns Goods at one-fifth off, at Pco.
plo's Co-op., Lohl. 19-lt
, Ono of tho social ovents of tho wook
was the oyster supper given by John
Roach Saturday the 12th. Aahout 25
woro present. An enjoyablo tlmo was
reported by all.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Conway left Mon
day for Durango, Colo., whero thoy
will spend tho winter. If the Orom
road oxtends their road In tho spring
Mr. Conwny will likely return.
Tho Chlpmnn Mercantile company
aro not giving Calendars this year;
thoy aro giving away a Piano, Range,
Watches nnd other vuluablo presents.
Mrs. J. R. Hnlllday entertained Sun
day night In honor of Mr. Hnlllday's
birthday. Those present wero: Mr.
and" Mrs. W. L., Hayes, Mr. and .Mrs.
Ed. Wadloy. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lund,
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Jacobs and Mrs.
J. T. Thoruc.
All tho teachers of tho Pleasant
Grovo school district and tho school
board and tholr wives, held a party
in tlib HlfihJchool building last oven
lng. A delightful program of games,
dancing and refreshments was carried
Closing out eiitlro stock of Toys nnd
XmitsllaoodH nt one-fifth off, nt Pco.
plo's Co-op., Lchi. 19-lt
Mr. Ralph Handloy of Vlnoynrd,
will lcavo for Dos Moines, Iowa, on
th) 19th of iho month, to spend Xmns
holidays with his brother, Charles,
who is attending tho Highland Park
Collogo of Pharmacy. AUo to spend
n fow days with other relatives at
The brick used for tho oulsldo on
the lutcriirbnu dnpot nro beautiful
and durable. Wo can mako you look
Jnsi as good if you buy your suit from
us Chlpmnn's. 19-lt
Tho mauugemeut of tho Orpheus
Hall Is preparing for two big dnncos
next week. For tho ono Christmas
night the famous Nonpareil Baud of
Provof will furnish tho music, nnd tho
celebrated RoseU's Band of Salt Lake
City, will supply the music for tho
hi. Dec. 25th
MUSIC MY THE
WITH THEIR LATEST AND MOST
TICKETS .Ml CENTS
I LXTRA LADY 15 CENTS
Duano Carlson hns been sick this
week with plurisy.
Mrs. Charles Carlson Is recovering
from an attack of bronchitis.
W. L. Hayes inado u business trip
to Garfield Wednosdny.
Large, sweet 40 cent navel oranges
will bo sold nt Chlpmnn's from now
nutll Xmns, only 30c. per dozen. 19-lt
Mrs. Stella Thorno was an Amorl
cou Fork visitor Thursday,
Dr. A. D. Rogers of Logan Is visit
ing at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos.
Mr. Clarence Freeman ciimo down
from Wyoming this week, to spend
the holidays with his folks.
33 1-3 to 50 per cent off on Lndlos',
Misses' aud Children's Coats at Chip
mans', and thoy have u largo assort
Roy Wilson, tho stnr conter for tho
local High School basket ball team,
hns been out of school all week with
n swollen Jaw.
Mrs. Hyrum Powoll returned homo
Monday from a visit to Salt Lnko Cly.
Mr. Powoll, who wont on to Idaho,
returned later lu tho week.
Via Reiner & Rio Grande.
Ono single fura for round trip on
bnsls of thirty day fares. Minimum
fare 25 cents. Snlo dales December
18th to 25th Inclusive, December 31st
and January 1st. Between all points
in Utnh. Final limit January 1th,
o PLEASANT GROVE o
o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
When thoro Is any work to bo dono
It Is always dono by tho Sonlors. When
anything Is to bo dono In A x way,
tho Seniors nro called to do this.
However, thoy do not participate In
the "goneral foolishness and showing
off" of tho other classes. This Is
proven by tho fact that tho Sonlors
hnvo used their Influcnco to such an
extent that they havo cloven now stu
dents registered in High School, wlillo
tho Juniors hnvo only two nnd tho
On Tuesday evening tho Junior
girls ctitortnlned each other at tho
homo of Lois Hayes at n cntidy mak
ing. Tho candy wns loft to perish
ninny times ns n "oulja board" at
traeked tho girls' attention by nu
swcrlng questions concoriilng tholr
future. It nlso prophlsled what will
happou to Lei 1 1 Chrlstnms Evo.
1 MANILA NEWS
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Thomns of Plea
snnt Grove, spent Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Gcorgo Monson
Mr. Ed, Joppson spent tho forepart
of tho week In Charleston,
Chnrles, tho 15-yenr-old sou of Mr
and Mrs. A. Holmnii, is suffering from
mi attack of Brlght's disease.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Little spent
Sunday and Monday horo with rela
tives. Thursday Mr. Robort Guuler of
Mosldn, camo over hero and took back
eight Manila pcoplo to n dnncc lu tho
hotel, given in their honor, Friday
ovenlng. Thoso enjoying tho outing
woro: Mr. and Mrs. Josoph oung
borg, Mrs, Martin Monson, Misses
Verdn Radmnll, Hnniinh Monson Orn
Holmnn and Chloo Thorno.
Miss Hannah Monson entertained
at u candy pull on Monday ovenlng.
Followlug Is tho progrnm to bo giv
en In tho Manila M, I. A. noxt Tues
Mnlo Qunrtotte John Miller ot. nl
Incldonts From tho Life of tho Pro
phet Joseph Smith Holgn Swenson
Retold Story Ivnn Ludwigson
Short Talk, "Tho Llfo of ChrlHt"
President Stella Larson.
Mr. Louis Wnrnlck, Rcpronontntli
elect, went to Salt Lake City Tlurs.
day to attend tho stato tax conven
tion. Tho Manila Primary Assoc l:t Ion Is
preparing n program for Chrii'tinus
Evo., which promlaoB to bo th.' bin
gost ovent of tho holiday ueaeo'i. It
commences ot C p. m,
Cannula. California Exposition
At San Diego, California, opens Jan
uary 1, 1915. Special Excursion tic
kets on sale at all Salt Lake liouto
stations lu Utah, December 19, 20,
21, 22 nnd 29th Seo uoarest agont
for particulars, or wrlto A. G. P. A.
Salt Lako Routo, Salt Lake City. 5-4t.
Send the Rolen for one jenr to an
absent friend for u Christmas present.
They Mill certainly appreciate II each
Saturday Night H
Dec 26th. H
Pleasant Grovo lH
MUSIC BY ROSELL'S FAMOUS OR. H
CHESTRA OF SALT LAKE jH
WITH THEIR SPLENDID PROGRAM H
OF MUSIC. H
WATCH HAND BILLS FOR THAT W
PROGRAM OF THE VERY LATEST !
HITS OUT. iH
TICKETS GO CENTS H
LXTHA LADY 15 CENTS iH
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Xmas Gifts I
You enn buy nl Webb's Jewelry Store H
that nill last her, or him, a life M
New and ilrst class Jewelry, H
Nothing cheap but the price. M
Engraving Free M
All kinds of repair work carefully M
done nnd guaranteed Flna H
Watches a specialty. 'H
J. G. Webb
.Miilti .Street, Plensnnt Grove, Utah ijH
t -L. l 'u1 j.!.1-? i muiim H
We Buy for cash, I
sell for cash, you H
pay cash and get H
the benefit. I
We Curry n full line of Groceries H
Tciih, Coffees, Canned Goods, Dak- H
cry Supplies nnd sell the best of H
our; thing. H
LITE FISH AND STOCK FISH FOR M
BEST LAUNDRY SOAP, '21 BARS $1. U
E. & J. Grocery I
ENTIRELY BALD- I
Her Hair Commenced to H
Grow after Two Weeks' H
Use of Newbro's H
"Fovcr canned ma to b entirely bnld. M
I had Riven up all hops of again having
hnlr when I was advised to use Ilerplclda. m
After two weeks my hair commenced to mM
Brow. I now have tho most boautlful head f
of hair nnyone ever saw. Pralie to New.
bro's Hcrplcldc." MM
Thus writes Mrs. Howard Bailey, of
Ucllovue, Midi. We can point to thou M
sands of Instances where the proper use H
of Ilerplclde has been followed by a re. H
markabla Kiowlli of lihlr. H
Kowbro's Uorplclde I a "the original rem. H
1'ily which kills the dandruff germ" and MM
stops falling hair. jH
Applications may be obtained at the beat H
barbers and hair dressers. H
Ncwtiro'H llerplcldu In Ma and (1.00 sties H
Is utmruntct'd to do all that Is claimed., jttM
If you niu not uatlslled your money will JH
bt refunded, sHDssfl
llLIKJl'IST DRUG COMPANY
Special Aleuts f HPk
V yooil ChrlstiunH prese.'i Is Cie M
Uokw to tin absent friiL H.'-'j; WLm