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' h ' t v' LEHI HANNER SATURDAY, JtLY 25, 1014 .
,11 3 The I.chI llnnnrr.
ll'fl '. ' A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT
mUH ? PUDLICATION
H I ! Hl'BSCHIPTKLN
H ' f Ono Year $1.50
M Six Months 90c
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ill ;, f . Kntered iih liecond-Clnen Matter nt
!! I'ostomco at Lohl. Utuii.
? I ! - S- W. ItOSS .".... Editor
. , '. ' W. GAISFORD Manacor
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, . :. ' PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS
i If , Tlio .Misses Opal and Oral Wndley
1 if "'" visiting Salt Lake friends and
i Fl relatives thla weclc.
j, ; ; Mr. .Mlllor and Mr. John Saliln or
' American Fork, wcro Pleasant Orove
!p .. ' lllora Sunday at tho Second ward,
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I If ',' Mr. and Mrs. L. W. l.und, Mr. and
I j;s, ' Mrs. Ed. Wadloy and Mra. J. 1).
If ,' Thdrno were Provo visitors Sunday.
J. i ' Ordur your knit goods from tho
fj ' ' Uignu Knitting. Factory. S. D. Moore,
Sj J dr., will lako your orders during tho
i 1 K - tnonth of September. l8-2t
M 0 Mrs.-D. Mrt.-Hlutll of Oklahoma,
f 4. w'n In Pleasant Orovo on business
St f Wednesday.
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, R kV I). M. Smith and family are on a
, fit W Uircp days' camping trip In Provo onn-
Bg ijii you'v
Wk Wt Mr. C. I'. Ritchie of Salt l.aki, was
4m fe? ,lu' Idlest or Miss Laura Walker, Sun-
m ' m ' day,
!9 M ' Miss Millie Mills returned to Mid-
ff i Iffi VllI Suml;iy "rtcr "Pending Boveral
weeks with Miss Sadie Mills.
Wm ' Messrs Arnold HlohhiH and Wlllard
vJ ff Smith were the guests of Misses
i MR Hinltli ami Cox or I'rovo llnnch Snn-
,a ! M day evening
iSW i The MIssoa Heva Cooper, IIusslo
US tMy Newman, Emily Anderson and Dczzle
WB t WL Shonll have returned rrom Salt Lake,
K wt where they attended summor school.
SK fff? "' " ",5co '"vo" underwear, skirts, hos-
JEB i lery and sweaters, manufactured by
Nfi aSfi tli" Logan Knitting Factory, are bent.
yOf a! Ki Order from S. D. Moor, Jr., when he
fifip H cnls yonr wny '" si)tnml)ur is2t-
j m I'rovo, July 20. Annie 11. ltadmall
HgA of Pleasant Orove has filed suit for dl-
BE vtneo on tho grounds of cruelty
WltH K against Samuel I). 'ltadmall.
.Miss Orpha Hallldny spent the weok
In Salt Lake with hor sister, Mrs.
N. K. Nlelson came from Sprlng
lllo tho last of the week and Is upend
ing some time at tho Utah Centennial
mine In American Fork canyon.
Mrs. 7, C, Wnlkor, who has been our
'oral photographer for some time past,
has moved to Alpine for an Indellnato
Thursday overling tho Clark picture
house was turned over to the M. I. A.
girls, who used tho proceeds to help
pay for their Stake Tabernacle but
tons The recent rains liavo dono thou
sands of dollnrs of damage to the
grain crops. Many acres aro lying
flat and will be greatly Injured by
rust, In Tact, some of tho dry grain
! slightly affected.
Ernest Itnsmuiisou, who has bcou
attending summer school at the U. of
V., returned homo this week. Ho will
teach school In Morgan again the
The stork paid visit to tho home
of Victor Johnson on Monday, loavlng
i line baby boy.
During tho recent raspberry rush
William Kirk mndo two trips per day
to Salt I-ako City markets loaded to
the guards each day.
The fire department Is now In Its
new homo In tho building recently
purchased from the school district.
Double llro doors are being put in tho
building, and one room will be fitted
up for the firemen's uae.
Tho business houses did not close
list Wednesday afternoon, but the peo
ple generally thought thoy did, and
but few customers came. The rule Is
that when n holiday comes In a week'
tho Wednesday afternoon of that week
Is not reserved as a half holiday.
Josoph W. Thome, I.cn West, Fred
"""outz, Hyard Robinson, Miss Minerva
Robinson and MIbb Vera Thoruo went
up to the Utah Centennial mine In
Vmerlcan Fork canyon Sunday. Work
s progressing, lino at the property,
tho vein growing -wider in both tho
jpralse and also In tho faco of the
tunnel. The tunnel la now reaching
a point where it is expected to break
Into the big fisher vein at almost any
I People's State Bank of l Fork 1
You may have a son on a mission or a rolativo in a
iiorc-ign country to whom you' desire to send monoy. A
l.nnk draft is llic best method? 1 is wife, convenient and
We issue drafts and lutlers of credit to till parts of
I lie world. Vj .:
Your account cordially- invited.
"Tliti PEOPLE'S BANK."
It In often told that Kuccnc Field
one day wandered Into n h:u;ement res
taurant, Hat down at a table, put IiIh
chin in his hands and gazed moor'ily
Into space. A waiter came to him,
iiiul after tho manner of his kind, enu
merated tho long list of dishes thai
were ready to bo aerved. .
"No, no," said Field, dejectedly, "I
reiiulre none of these things. All I
want Is sortie sliced oranges and a rcw
Whether or not the Incident be true,
It Is suggestive. Unquestionably,
deeds weigh far moro than words, and
yet It Is almost tragic to think how
much happier and better this strug
gling world would becomo If kind
words were moro often hoard. Wo all,
every day, come in eontaet with those
who aro In Eugene Ficld'n stnto of
mind. They are in our own homos-
mothers and fathcra and children.
They aro bohlnd tho counters of
slores; they are employees on trains;
they are servants in kitchens; they
nro everywhere, and their name la le
gion. A word or appreciation would
brighten the whole day, and would,
mako It easier for them to keep on
They do not cry out to us, to bo
Bure. Not often does anyone admit
frankly that what he really wants Is
kindly notice, but tho dcslro Is uni
versal. Who does not know tho man
who Is discouraged, who haB "lost his
grip," who needs tho oil of sympathy
and tho wine of friendship poured Into
his wound? Evoryono knows, too, tho
man who has failed, who can never
"succeed," but who needs friendliness
all tho more. All about us aro tho
WImLl '-' "'- -JClLJBebpTne In My Homo Town. . ,
m l (GOOD-BYE TO BRIGHT 'TIGHTS.) "TrT
H IH Now York's Most Popular Song Hit. 4
K Ii Words by , Music by
1., f WM. TRACEY. HARRY JENTES.
m SI Writer of
W Jfj S , Geo But It's Great To Meet A Frieii I From Your Home Town'.' ,'
I Pj Flay That Barber Shop Chord'.' "1 oiiny Bunny Hug." etc.
HI pTT-r-pz N-Ijsa
ml lf ' .1. Don't
BM-ill- Mnrcia. m a. - 2- lVQ
m M- fk Thy , ? ,0n0'!y' d?nt Mk mo why rm bluo just a fun- ny
i! in y A l coun-rj-! lvo seen most ev-'ry- thing, IV0 hadmysharo of
B feol-ingthat I carit ox-plain to you. I have nocnusoto wor-ry -no unn3
;;: hardshlpsandlVe livedjust liko a king. 1'vo made a lot ot now friend" roa-son to com.
B Ij. -rt-.l, J J"""1 . r r r -y I r"""'"'t t ,aomo good and oth-cra
. m y plaan, But i-
, fcf2" ' -.n in nn aw-ful hur-xy, 'causo I vut.t to catch mv train.Qood-byoto.
1 'i'- - ., )i atthore'stwofriondswhoarotruafricnds.theyroyourmth-wandycur dad. Qood-byeto
l1 U-C3 LJ rtt poco a poco ,, -
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men ho have not jet oucceeded, but
who onl need encouragement to carry
them on their way. Some have been
hiirt h rruelty and Injustice, some
an- breisfd by aorrow, and some aro
dlfheaileued by the emptiness and'
monotony of their Jives. There are ,
hosts about us for whose practical re- I
lief, It may be, wn can do nothing nt!
all Hut we can show we understand
a little, and that we care. Let us do
the little we can It la worth whllo
oftn to repeat to ourselves tho old
tJuaker'B words: "I expect to pass
through this wor'd but once. Any
good, therefore, that I can do, or any
klndncBs that I can show to any fellow
creature, lot me do It now . . for
I shall not pass this way agnln.
Says tho Atchison Globe: "Ono of
the new things William Allen White
l? advocating: There should, be n law
which will provont Issuing a marriage
license to a girl who can't cook, can't'
keep house, can't clean up children's
, dirty noses and necks, and can't pass '
I a decent examination on tho feeding '
I .end care of infants. When women
I Vhow Fomethlng or what they are go- i
Ing Into , as married women whether
they aro rich or poor there will bo
r-ore sneredness or motherhood than
the poets have evor sung. Now clvlll-
7tlon has taken women from the
home; It has put them in stores and
c'lkes and shops and factories. Homo
"lenco must now be- learned outside
tho heme. Hut It must be learned, and
t'e sooner the law cracks down on
girls who go Into matrimony" caked
1 1 I 'iioronce, and breed foul children
ho raise hell In llio world, the better
will this sad old world be"
We are urged on evory hand now
adays to go out nnd do something for
some ono olso. How would It do ir
we all wont out and each do some
thing for hlmsolf, Instead of loafing
n round on the streets?
WATKH FOR KENT
Fourteen acres of Battle Creek wa
ter to rent on transfer for Amoilcati
Fork wator. Write G. I. Wnrnlck &
Sons Association or phone 31-w,
Pleasant Grove. 11-tf
Let tho REVIEW
Do Your Printing.
LOST Silver rim glasses, In doublo
black case. Finder return to John
Kolly, American Fork. Will ,bo re
FOR SALIC Threo or four thousand
adobes. Call on It C. Johnson. 25-lt
FOIt SAl.F. A nlco largo dining room
cupboard; price .now $22.50; $11.50.
F. S. Humphries, Jr., third house south
of Tabernacle. 25-lt
FOIt SALK-l)ewborrles. Write or
call Uco. C. Lovcrldge, held, Utah.
Phono 110-W. 25-21
LOST A large ribbon bordered white
eiderdown baby carrlago robo and
baby pillow. Any onf' finding tho same
please return to S. 1.. Chlpman's and
bo rewarded. 25-lt
FOIt SAMS 17 acres or the best land
in Pleasant Grove; close In; good
for fruit or general farming. ICaBy
forms to right party. Hoy West,
J'Icasnnt Grove. tf
FOIl SAM-3 Soma second hand furni
ture, apply A. T. Steole. 25-lt-pd
1IOUSK FOR RKNT Apply to A. T.
LOST A largo leather pouch IiwN Hj
mountain Life Insurance Co. Leave MM
at Citizen office. Reward 25 2t-pd H
FOR SALE For Good Bccoml-liand H
outbuildings at very reasonable B
prices, seo American Fork School H
FOR SALK Four horses, two single H
buggies and harness. Terms rea- H
3nnabl. Wm. Klrkham, Lchl n.(
FOR SKRVICrc llennlon'H $100 Durc I
Jersey boar, at W. II. Vuughan'g
barn, Lchl, Utah. $.(( B
HIGHEST CASH PRICE pldfor I
eggs, poultry, veal and hides. Call H
or phone Charles Dortou, Lchl 14. t( H
CHICKENS WANTED Will paylhe I
highest caBh price and call for them B
Ebblc ChrlstciiBou, Lchl, Utah Phone B
CANADA EXCURSION I
Via Oregon Short Line Very low B
(iiitid trip rates from Utah and Idnlio
lointB to Cardston, Lcthbrldge, Mn- B
.rath, Raymond, Spring Coulee and
Stirling. Seo O. S. L. ngentH Tor par- H
Iculnrs, or wrlto D. K. Hurley, Gen H
'ass. Agt., Salt Lako City, Utah. Mnko
'iirly rcservatloiiB. Excursion train
vlll leavo Salt Lako City 2:05 p. m.
Vugust 4th. l8-3t
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Stlngp or bites uf Insects that arc I
followed by swellings, .pain or Itching I
liliould be treated promptly as they I
nre polBouous. HALLARD'S SNOW I
LINIMENT coiiiitoractB the poison It I
's both antiseptic and healing. Prlc I
25c, 50c nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold by I
Wm. Thornton. I
, Judgments and Court Records
A Judgment rendered against any person Is n Hen on all tho re'al
property In his possession nt tho time juagment Is rendered. Tho
abstractor must know that there has been no Judgments rendered
agaliiBt nnyono for tho paBt eight years affecting tho land being ab-
I stracted. To know this a search of the County Clerk's olllco Is neces-
I Court decrees of distribution of real property to heirs, or other
court proceedings aro some times not filed In tho recorder's ofUco, nnd
no wall proparcd abstract will bo closed until tho court records In
such proceedings aro searched.
Insist that your abstracts bo ordered of (he Utah Tltlo Company ,
Eight yonrs experience hi the County Recorder's office qualifies us
to make abstractn of title lu Utah County.
R. R. THORNE, Mgr.
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Mysweethoart In her ging-ham gown will ccmao to greet rao, mypalswill I!
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meet me, Causo 111 bo wol-comoin my homo town. .Qood-byoto town,.
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