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H THE Jii;rJI 13ANN13K.
H M5III, WI'AII COUNT, UTAH.
B $l.CO A -jTEii.n
H ,l,tf. M. KlttlCUAM, Mar.
H X.oh.1 JMunioipal Offiooro.
H (J NEWS OF THE L,
H '3 WEEK p'
H Mrs. .1. -M. Workman visited
H her biotliur at Meicnr this week.
H Salu'priccsun nictils wpik aliltUi
H ttt tlu Ia'Ii! More. Co.
H Mr. nml Mix. A. 1 UuUlonl
H wutu Salt Lake visitors Siitltnlnj
H and Monday.
H Ck'iniinliiio 1'arlinan of Suit Luke
H Oily wiw u guuat, of. Mi's.
H l'cjiniiiiix this week.
H Mi's. Iliuiiet Jacobs niado a
H business trip-to alt rsuktlir-it' ut-
H LOJJT An Alico Blue Voile
H .lucki'l. Return ' to Mix. It. J,.
H l.rmvn and bo rewarded.
B Miss Alice Ctii-suy of Hundy has
H been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
H 1), JI. Allied the past week.
H Fred lTarwood hits aeceted a
H position as tnusie director at a
H collide at Mexico, Mo.
H ' Ohiw. Ohran is spending a few
H days at Logan working for the
B Sugar factory at that place.
H Wm. .). Giirnuy lias accepted a
B position with the Kaiboad at
B Manning and will move his family
BS there for the winter.
B EfcTho line of men's hats at the
H Lejii Mure, Co. can't be beat for
Ha ' pricu and quality.
B Mrs. John iiobcrts hits spent the
M past two weeks in Mantl visiting
m relatives and working in T't'he tern-
H I'Oll SALli A uity lot ilx8
H rods located 2 blocks south of
H Main street. Inquire at this olllce.
'4 Geo. Liltley of Sale Lake City
H. lias moved to Lehi and may make
H his home here. JIu is a brother-jn-
H' law of .Fas1. A. tioodwiu.
B T. J. Morgan of the Utah Credit
Bi Mens Asst. has taken charge of
B; the Lehi Moic. Co. JIo comes
K highly recommended by the asso-
R. elation and will no doubt close the
H business oat to. the best advantage
B, of our local stockholduis.
' Mr. and Mrs., W. South-
p woith have lotiuncd from their
easteins trip, ha'vingbeeii', as far
s east as New York. They hud a
f mobt enjoyable time.
The speakers at the Tabernnclu
Sunday afternoon were Karl Hop
. kins, and John itusson, who re
cently returned from a mission to
the Northern States.
Mrs. Mary llockwell does work
in Ik'dalinn Portraits or the trans
ferring of pictures to glass.
Samples win bo seen at the
Wadsworth Drug Stoie. Call and
, heo her.
T. F. Trauo and 13. J. Klrklium
E- spent this week in Salt Lake
County in tho interest of the Knit
ting Co. A. L. Yates loft for Mil
lard Friday in this interest of tho
sumo company and will bo gone
I until tho Jst of tho month,.
Ed. Southwick is negotiating
with the Lead Bullion M. & 31. Co.
of I'rovo for tho sale of their prop
erty at Duck Cicek, Nevada. The.
prospects aro that this company
will take over the eight claims be
longing to Mossis. Southwick,
Hlggs anil Cherrlngton and give
them stock in their company for
Tho U. & II. G. nnnojunce usual
' rate- of H.25 for lound trip to Salt
' i Lake fpr tho October Conference,
; t State Fair and Lndies' Helief So
'( cicty L. D. S. Tickets on Mile
Sept. HOth to Oct, JIth, inclusive.
Limited to Oct. lath. D. l.
t G, operates tho. best local train
' servico in Utah. " Take the Con-
1 : ,. 1'u'tfpeciayil, av iji., Oct.
i , yrd, -1th and 0th.
Thos. Hnmdbont oiU'iovO spent
Sunday at Lehi.
Mi. Ada Slnddart has gone to
Idaho to visit with IiOr children.
Tlie eliuapost and bust line of
shot at tlie Lehi Merc. Co.
Mis. W. F. Walsh of. J'aysou
was in Lehi this week visiting with
Lizzie Iboadbeut of Piovo has
been visiting with rulativcs and
friends in Lehi this week..
Nate Kirkham came down from
flniiaud Sunday evening. He will
work at the factory .this fall.
S. W. Hoss was in Salt Lake
Monday arranging for the annual
gathering of the Irish Missionaries.
Mishop Win. Tliorni-, father of
Mrs. S. L. Wells, died at his home
In Salt Lake City, Tuesday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs. II. .1. White
pfl'luasant Giovc .woru visiting
her jiaronts, Hishopand Mi-s. .lohn
Primary Stake, workers and offi
cers held a conference at Am. Fork
last Sunday. ' ' A ' number of Lehi
After tliu first of October
the bather shops close each
night at 8 p. in.' except Saturday
night and nights ofa dance.
"A.J; Evans with S. L. Chip
man, Jas. II. Clark and E. J.
Clayson of Am Fork aro at Eureka
today and will visit the Knight
mines at that place.
Fred Murrill has gone to Gold
Held, Nov., where he will lemaiii
until Xmas time. Ho will work
on a plastering contract at that
Tho People's Coop, nio making
some improvements in their store.
An Underwear Department is be
ing built, which will be fitted up
with shelves and modern show
G. S. Peterson, who has been an
employee of tho Ihicker More. Co.f
will go to Higby, Idaho, on Mon
day, where he has accepted a posi
tion with one of the stores there.
Hoy's knee pants and suits to
close out at cost at Lehi Mere. Co.
L'obt. Fox and others havo been
out to their clay beds, commonly
known as the "Kaolin Clay Hods",
to do their assessment work lor
l'JOT. They opened up tho vein
ami it shows up bettor for all the
development work Hint is done on
them. ' v
Tho marriage of Bathcl Allied
and (Jlarenco Yates took place in
the Salt Luko temple last week.
Supper was served in honor of the
young couple at the ,home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. II. Allred. We join
with tlieir friends iri'vishing them
success in life.
On Monday J. E. .Clinton and
.Malinger Green of tho- Utah Fiio
Clay Company of Salt Lake City,
in company with Eli Kendnll of
Lehi, visited the "Giant" clay
beds at Five Mile Pass in Cedar
Valley. The trip was made in an
auto. These gentlemen may con
tract with our Lehi people for clay
from those beds.
Tho Utnh Association of Cicdit
Men, Assignee, will leceivo bids
for bulk sale of the stock of mer
chandise, formerly owned by tho
Lehi Mercantile Co. Prospective
buyers are invjUd tD call and ex
amine tho stocU; which is in ex
ceptionally fine condition. Pond
ing said sale they will sell goods at
retail at greatly leduced prices in
Utah Aw..s. cm. Mj:,
Per T. J. Moiiha." Aelit.
Uaigallis In Children's Coats- at
the Lehi Merc, Co.
Dishop Lewis has been in Am.
Fork uniiyou the past week, where
ho is interested in it number of
Pros. German 15. Ellsworth "of
tho Northern States mission has
been in Lehi tho past low days
Visiting with relatives and friends.
Next Sunday at Am. Folk the
M. I. A. will hold their annual
convention, when nil the ollicors of
the stake and wauls will meet and
discuss plans for the winters work.
Sadie Willes and Arthur Adam
sou were married at tho Salt Lake
Temple this week. Miss Willes
has been an emplyee of tho Co-op.
stoie for a long time. Thoy will
make their home at Am. Fork.
John Heck, with his brother,
George Heck, aro nt work on the
Chicken Hatchery at. Saratoga
Springs. The hatchery is about
ready and they will have tho other
buildings ready within a short
time. The development of this
Industry Is being watched by many
of our Lehi people. It means
much to our town if the plans of
Mr. Heck are carried out.
At the Salt Lake Temple, yes
terdtiy, the marriage of Julia Hone
and Asa J. Clark was solemnized.
A reception will bo given at the
home of tho bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Hone, tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Clark aro two of
Lehi's popular young people.
They will make Lehi their home
and will bu "at homo" to their
friends after October 10 th.
. STATE FAIR.
Tho twouty-nintli exhibition
of the Utah State Fair Association
will coniniuiico Sept. yo and will
continue all the week.
Evory Qffort is boiug made- to
inako this fair eclipse all others,
inoro purses and biggor ones have
been hung up in all departments.
Paino's Firoworks will he one ol
the now features, also many
others which will both oiitertain
and instruct all w-lio attend. lie
mouther tho date, Sept. :l( to
Oct. 5, at Salt Luko City.
To hire 25 teams, with plank
wagons, for grading work. Steady
employment. Wages i!L50 for
P. J. MOHAN,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Positively no duck hunling
will ho allowed upon Hip land
owned by inc. Signed:
n. 11. NoiSMAS.
D, k R. G.
For tho Seini-Annuul Confor
once, L. D. S., at Salt Lnko City
Oct. -Ilh to Gth inclusive; Lad
ies' ilolief Socioty, L. 1). S., Oct.
3rd, and Hah Stato Fair Sopt.
yoth to Oct. (5th, the I). & R. G.
It. It. will soil round trip tickota
Sopt. 30th to Oct. Gth. inclusive.
Final roturp limit Oct. PJth at a
ralo of $1.20. In addition to
tho regular trains, f-peiials will
leavo Lehi for Salt Lake, Oct.
3rd, -1th, and nth, unlv at 11:21
'" W. A. FORD,
Consumption is less deadly than it used to be, $
Certain relief and usually complete recovery &
will result from the following treatment: S
Hope, rest, fresh air, and Scoff's j$&
ALL DRUGOISTSi 50o. AND I.OO. IlI
All wool blankets at greatly re
duced prices at the Lehi Merc. Co.
Tho factory run ut Garland
will commence Tuesday, October
1st. All those who desire posi
tions should ho at the factory at
one o'clock, Saturday, Septomhor
28lh, when assignments of tho
various posilionswill ho made.
l:TAII-Il).lll SfllAll Co.
For Sale Cheap.
A ranch consisting of 23 ucros.
DO fruit trees.
o-iooni brick house in tho best
Small payment down balanca
on long lime. Sco
Culled Stalcn I.aml oOlce,
Salt Lute Clly, t'tnli.
Sept. in, 1W7.
To Whom It Mv Cunctrti:
Notice H hereby jjlven that tlie State of UUIi
ha fileil In lhi4 odice a 1 W of lati.lt. vlectul ly
Hie HtM rttnlc, iin.ltr tlieoth Sictlon of the AH
of July 16. 1MI, IiKteuinllySclinol Iniul, at
K XKJj EJ4 SUM SV. II, T. (1 S.,
It. '2 V S. b. M., folate 47-', U. 1 It )
Acouj- of naldlikt, w far n it rel.ite to Mid
ttnetd. Iiy drctl(llve mitidlvhloiK. hut beoii
contplctioiifly jcMtd In thUoHice for Impeclloii
by niiy penou intertted, and by the public
Thi uollee, will bs puhli.be 1 for "i siiocclve
neeka. under depaitmental luitiuv.'.lonof Aptlj '
JS, 1W7, ud during Ihla period, ptole.l or con
let against the claim of the State to any orthe
tracts or ubdiljIom herelnbtforedmcrlbed,
on the ground thai the name it more valuable
for mineral than for acrluilluial purpov;,
will be received and not! for repoil to the
General Land Office at Wathlnsloit. 1) c
Failure ao to protest or conlcl. within the
time apeciBed, wilt be cuniilercd auBiclent
evidence of the non-mineral character of (aid
tracts, and the selection thereof, belli
otherwlie free Iroin objection, ulll be recom
mended for approval,
K. D. R THOMPSON,
I'lrat publlcatlru Sept. 13, '07.
Slock, Poultry and Ornamental
THE CHEAPEST AND BEST.
Front factory direct to you. Over
1.'00 styles. Write or phone
Page Fence Supply Co.
1 .I ,
I Ti&tvjra Given Tlmoly Warnings TlirM
No Lehi Citizen Can Afford to Iilnoro
tlANOKR SIONAI, MO. 1 cornea from the
Udney mcretlon. They will warn you when
the V.lluey Hie lck UU kidney eacrrle n
clsr.Minbr rtnld. SUV. kidncya atiiJout a thin,
jwle ami faamy, or n Illicit red. li-mellinr
urine, full ofn edlnieiitand lirvnlirof imuhbjc
UAMillK HIONAI. NO I com rrom li
back. Hack lit. ilml and liearv.or alwri and
acute, tell jon of lck klln.-ya and jrnmior!
thennMch of .lrop,y. illabctta and MrlHlit
illea. Itoau'a Khlti iilUrme .Ick kldnejn
TIioiiimh Mnitiu, l.tliiRMMNNoifiilk St, Park
City, Utah. ay: PrevloiiH t.. iitlnK Uoau'a
Kidney I'llla 1 had mlTered urenl .leal flom
klduty trouble. 1 had paina acitm my liaek
which nunoyeil mt oreatly and petveuted me
from olHh lutujr the ptner ret at nlKbt 1 took
many remedie but reeeirnt no relict. The
medicine were very hard In take aa mot of
them were In a llipiid form audit wnivtry hard
foe me to entry h bottle tuwork Iloan'a Kidney
4'IIN were finally bmiiRht to my attnilluu, ,.nd I
prncmed .1 lio I noticed their roo.1 rcxiilu
ImmeilUltly. I wan a.n able to aleep well and
n n short time was free Horn the trouble. I
know Uaau- Kidney Pills to be an excellent
remedy lor the kidtie)s and lake a doteitotr and
then to keep my kldnejs in a hrnllhy condition
I am able to recommend them ery highly to
nnjoue suflerliij with kidney trouble."
For Hiilv by all ik-tilum. l'rleo fio
coals KtwU'i-Mllliiirn Co., HtillUld,
Acw or)c, nolo iigeiitM for tliu Uulteil
Ituiuciiilier Hie iiamo Uoitn's mul
inku no other.
The Latest and Most Up-to-J)ate
Fail ami Winter Millinery
Goods will be round
MRS. H. JACOBS
Also an Excellent Lino of
Please call and see
The Freshest Coffee
Your Grocer Sells
L i i .iiii'iM
Buy a can to-day
. ' '-- 1 , L 1. I hi,.
PROVO 32 W. Centre.
XiMllflerciieu whut you pay you cniiuot ;ot Htiy better ut tiny inlfu.
fift of Teeth lleit Rubber 7 r.old I'IUIiirs ci
i M,M4.Jrt.fcr. . silver and Amalgam rilliiiRs Via
Rrlilse Work. ReM SS.SO to S 00 Cement rilllnKs 4,,?
CnM Crowns, R 53.30 to $3.00 lrcelaln 1'illfiiBs $100
12 Years Protective Guarantee FrwKAdCic,o7,,"
Holiest Work, Kiilr Dvnlingn nmke our Jsiici-efS Coiitlntiotis.
Open Oil 6 p m Sunday 10 to 2 Ltvdy Attendant
Guetratnteea Good at any of our Five Offlooa "niit
DR. H. C. H0LBR00K II
Physician and Surgeon , nl
Itoaliloiioo Tltrno llluoka North ' HI
of Drvm Storos, 1Kb
Office on Main Streol BI
Office lloura 2 to 3 p. in H
UotS 'l'liotioa rvtOfflDf and lloaldonoj HI
All nuinbora 110 'HI
DR. W. T. HASLER, !
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON. IB
Residence, tho Dr. Steolo Homo IB
Offlco lour 23 p. in. Ovor Pontofflco. W
Doth Phonos fll
Lehi ..... Utalt iH
DR. N. C. SPALDING Al
Veterinary Physician If
and Surgeon 11
Both Phones. II
PALACE DRUG STOHE If
PROVO - - - UTAH. H
. : U
Uohl City Utat
Office One Block South of Now
A. J. EVANS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office -ver Lelil Coirmeiclal & 8av
Lehi , UUh J
CHAS. C. FRIEL
All kinds of Legal Forms carefully
drawn up. Deeds, Mortgages,
Escrows, Agreements. Leases, (
Teilephone: nesldonce 8. Offlco at Bank f
EDWARD SOUTHWICK U"
REAL ESTATE. f , '
F AR LOANS , ' -
NOTARY PUBLIC J fQt
Mining Stocks. '
Offloer Rosa Dulldlng. -
Leltl .... Uttvh ,
G. N. CHILD
Notary Public. '
Loo.l Forma Crxrefully Drtxwn Up
Office at Dank of Lehi. 1
Uto.li and Nevada
VV Llod and Unlisted
jT sold In all markets.
100 Atlas Ulock
Salt Lako City
I Conference and the Fair Next Week I
0 "'' ' ' '" "T" "ii f --Kajfcf ii -g X
Buy your Suits and Ladies', Misses g
and Children's Coats from us, it will f
I pay you. We have a very nice line S
this fall. Call and see them. We I
8 will be pleased to show you. o
1 THE RACKER MERC. CO. !
I Main Street, Lehi.
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