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H Oarff Hron. this week' erected n
H warehouse In wlilch (o store Ice from,
H their Ice plniit.
K Ti, week's issue 1h printed one
H dny earlier tlmii usunl on account, of
the 21th. '
H Wo hnvo the best kind of prcrenlng
kcttlefl Clol your supply nt IVoiilc's
Co-op. Q '"
H Miss KHnbezth Klnibnll or Suit Laku
B city spent the piiBt week here, the
H guest of Mrs. M. W. Ingnlls.
I Oln Larson, who hns been In busl-
neM nt Garfield, arrived home Mon-
I !' for " i,on"''8 v'fl'1 w,lM M,s i,,ir-
I tnif, Mr nnd Mrs. l'cter Larson.
I Alfred Uoberts, who wuh nmrrled
H nE week to Mrs. Hoy Ilobcrts, hns
I purclinscd the homo of Ernest Mud-H
H N M. 'CHt ot Idnho, who was in
B tho barber business hero sovernl
I )''irs nB ls visiting his old frllnds
I liero nnd In I'leasant Grove.
i H irn, II. (', Holbrook cntcrtnined a
': I crowd of young peoplo Wednesday
I evening In honor of Miss "Vera Hoi-
c I brook, who Is visiting from Houtitl-
f. Mrs. Thud I'owoll, who has been
it I TliltlnB with her children, who nro
I on the I'awneo ranch at Juab, arrived
T I liomc Wednesday. She was nccom-
T I panlcd by T. J. Powell.
I Carpenters are now at work on the
I roof, floor and arch of the new State
I I street opera house. Tho arch will be
I I Handled, studded with electric globes
1 I and be n thing or beauty.
I I Call at People 3 Co-op and let us
I demonstrate the "Free" Sowing Mn-
I I ch'nc It's the best. Let us prot'e It.'
I I Apostle Holier J. Grant and I'rosl-
I I dent Joseph W. McMurrlu of the coiu-
I I ell of seventies will be In attendance
r I I at the quarterly stake conference nt
d I Pleasant Grove Sunday.
I I J. W. Grunt had a horso get Its leg
' I I' lirokcn at ln0 8,1Rir fnotory 1' " car
is I I on the Intcrurbau railway one day
I I this week. It was necessary to shoot
I I the animal.
I I Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Knight went to
I I Salt Lake City Saturday to attend Mrs.
I I AtUood's funeral. Mrs. Attwood wns
. I one of Utah's pioneers nnd was a
" I grandmother or Mr. Knight.
-i-i The management of tho Arcado Will
J). sire a free dunce for tho children nt
: o'clock on July 21. They will also
"10 tfrc a 1)is ,alK.c ,(l ni ht for .
:JS Last Sunday morning Jack Thrash.
z- r nl Miss Anna Stoddart drove to
Urk and spent the dny with Mr. anil
!j Mr. YA Thrasher, returning home In
-- the eieiiliig
The teachers and olllcers of the
Fourth Ward Primary Association, en-
terialned a number of their Mends In
fod ,lle wnr(l house Tuesday evening,
-fZ-j?- ipendlni; the time playing games and
fan-c; "Ing refreshments
Mjh I M" W' '"SnllB. Frunk Ingulis, .Mist
drf: I 0!nmf IiiruIIh and-MlRH Uuth An-
J 7,oa- Salt I nke City school chum
of MUi Ingalls, siont the week on i
jJLj "7'"8and nshlng trip up Aiueilcun
p3 'Of canyon.
I . !'"' Sarah SmMl w,' " Monday
entered a plea of "guilty" to solllnr
rg 'moxlfa""K Ihiuor. when the olllecn
Ec3 1 llcr ll0" Tuesday evening tr
Tirmfe i. Bpntence, changed her pier
. U-n " Inlcss ,nr ease Is settled out
'st&h ,,cou.rl llor trl"1 wl" " i in
73fcB "i future date
" 'K1 UANNKK SATPUDAY, jui.y 25 ,,,., I WM
- contractors this week complet
ed he in orurban depot at Pleasant
Grove. .Vxt week they will ,,
mence the ,r,,(,on of , (IpI)00' t
M. T'" two buildings will i,c oxm.t
duplicates ot each other. "ClXml
u.Tt,, K kH;,,,, , ,.,,,, of
tl' northern B.,tc mission, spent
Tuesday with friends in Mil. h,. Ipft
Mrs. Smith Chicago. cmill.
ioiiu. for the purpose or l,rlnBK .
boily of Cider Leonhard Htilckert, who
.led In the mission Held of Milwaukee,
Tin. I.el, Opera company phiyed
I ..afore to large and ciitliusliiBtlc
Ilcce In Alpine Wednesday even
l"R They took llt ,1Ph. ,,.,, BC0.
'ry and costumes uj, and u-poit hav
lB had a cloilous time Following
evening they plrjed to an appreciative
audience in American Fork.
Lehi Boys Doing
School Work On Farms
I.niiil School Is Pioneer in .n .Mm,..
The Hoys' Agricultural Club or l-ehl
Is doing n vnst amount or valuable
work dining the summer, mid r kept
up should make a superior class or
Tanners with the coming generation.
The boys are made to keep an accu
rate account or all tho work they do
on a certain tract or laud that they
are cultivating, so that they will not
only learn how tho work Is done, but
will figure up nt the end or tho year
and find out whether It mux.
IITIic woik Ih being done under the
direction or Prors. lleber Ilennion. Jr.,
and Junius Hanks or the l.ehl high
school. About one hair or tin; boys
enrolled will receive credits for their
work in their high hchool course A
class of thirteen boys also cpent sev
eral hours two days each week doing
manual training work ami learning
tho use or tools In the high school
Lolii is tho pioneer In this line or
work and the movement Is causing
Inquiries to come in rrom all parts or
Following Is the report or summer
Total number or boyn cm tilled.... 11C
Number or club boys f0
Number or boys doing work Tor
school credit fi3
Number ot boys in manual training 1.1
Number of boys tending
(a) Corn crop 4
(b) Grain crop 15
(e) Potato crop 27
(d) Poet croj 25
fc) Onion crop ..-. 2
(f) Cabbugo cmj -. 1
(g) Cuc.iinberrcrop S
(10 Garden fi
(I) Tomatoes I
Number of boys keeping records of
(a) Cows .'I?
(b) Hogs 11
(c) Chickens ..'. 17
Total number or projects being
carried on 1C1
How to Reduce
High Cost of Living
The demonstrations on canning
fruit and wgetnbles made by Prof
.1. C Hogeiisou or the State Agrieul
tiirnl College In tho nssemhl) room
Saturday morning was a decided suc
cess. Professor llogenson said thai
It was the largest turnout that bud
greeted him on his present tour tc
the different cities or the state. Ilr
demonstrated how the high cost or liv
ing can be reduced by the housewife
canning the fiult and vegetables that
the family needs ror the year's sup
ply He Illustrated by actual demon,
strntlon the canning or beans, carrots,
raspberries anil a case or dewberries,
or rather, he had members or the
girls' clubs do the work under bis
W Stlganitary Market !
5y -MANI l-Wrn-KKUK 0K j,.,,; ANi) (.()M) sTOlfAdK '
palawB U(. si,hL 1IWSII N1) niKl) Muvfs I
'-tfpfej ANI) CiKOCKUIKiS. i
le-rfcl'.!" ""' '" ,l'" "ti'l't for l''nl Mt-cl', IIokn Sheep iiml
ppB ,'"1, ,"11" Itniulleil llirouli (iiieoriltelx'sl l.'el'ri.nerntili I
I m,' '" ,ll(, Sl"1" "'' lTlMl' l("' ,h' ,,,''"',if ' ("" C'"S 1
ZZ&M I!"I"I'S A" n,,,,''s i Nielli in dlnss lielVienilor ('mm
Z3jBW "S '"I'.vlliiny iiHo-ilii' in Meiiis, I'lte. Nnw it
., I '' 'il !' meilt m..icl (Vimi liiive lieeil wil.iii i
- B l''i'. Otiv piiceK are rifjlil. I
- fl I " T K S K () I: Y s I N 10 S S
fM Garff Brothers
vitftto LEHI UTAH
direction v '
The proressor explained how greens,
carrots, beets, corn, turnlpsA beHii,
pens and other Wgetnbles can be pre.
served and be made to taste ns fresh
"1 YKclnbleH dlrct from tho glirden.
All kinds or rrults are easily canned
and pieserxed ror fmiiro use, so thai
with n small orchard and a llUlo g.ir
den one can prolde themsehes with
a large part or the year's rood suppl).
Parties who weie not present or
those who roigot tho Instructions tn.ty
leam all the necessnry details by
writing to Agricultural Department
nt Washington, 1) C. asking for clr
cular No? ;ir.!i ami 2011 on the ciiiuiIiik
of fruit and egetnbles
iMis I linens, representing tho mikhi
company, gae a talk on making Jel
lies and showed that, tho best results
are obtained fiom tho use of I'tiih
j - -
Lehi Defeats Provo
Great Game at the Cnunl) Seal, Width
Sent tin PriMiiltes from First
In .Second lMnrc In the
Lehi defeated Piovo In ono of the
bes games or the series at Provo last
Friday. Provo went Into the game
with great confidence, but Lehi put
up one or those games or wlilch she
In capable when nil the players got
down to biiblness, and by bunching
hits at the right time sent tho Pro
files fiom Hi st to second place, with
a score or 7 to I Tho run started
when, In one Inning, Lehi got tho
buses mil with Garrr up to the bat.
GarIT then landed ono out over the
center fielder, and beforo he could get
It buck to' the diamond the three men
had i cached home and Garb was on
scoud base. Turner then took tho
bat and with a three-bagger brought
Garrr sare oer the home plate, with
hlmscir on third.
A single by the ne.t man brought
Turner home, making five runs In
the one Inning. Cox did somo excel
lent stick work, making ono homo
run. a three-bugger nnd a ware single.
Those who went to Proo wore Tur
ner behind the but, GarIT pitching. C
Dorton, Fox and Cox on buses, Peter
son at short-stop and V. Dorlou,
Ycarauce and Goates In the field.
A great game Is hchediiled ror July
21. It will ho wllh tho Fugles, who
claim to be the best team In tho Suit
Lnko City league, Inning defeated the
Salt Luke Hardware and other lead
teams. It will be a game worth going
a long way to see. The diamond Is
In perfect shape and the weather will
If jou mint the lliiuiier to do jnur
Job Work-Hie paper thai boosts jour
tow II- Cllll S. Yf. Illlhs.
in:piit:sr.NTAiivi:S i u:m
.omnia!!!,; ,:?".l."cck H 1"lu,, e'""
lui ; rK,iP,Kl!t "r ,cn represent.!
,, . . "'1 '"ter-Stiite Commerce
HI Jumltoii, while the experts bae
Jjfii i making ,, ,,hsic..l Inu-stlgatlon
llnnl ,,'!,,Ullt,(,m ,,f ,,,,' a-'11 !
Z' ' ' the Melnlly of Lehi and Lehi
J.i lion I he men make their home
" the t. it- and b.ne their own cook
,'";' "'t-r-htute Commerce Commls
on 1 us woies or similar hcls or men
out all oer the Pnlted States inuk
ing iiilnutel iixestlgntlon or the trans
tontliieutnl ro.uls. securing Inrorina
ton on which to base their mture
"ting or rates
Answer the Call
I'l.ih Cminlj p,.,,. in,. r)lllll .,-,,,
'Mils N NeccHMirj.
A cold, a strain, a midden wrench,
V little cause ma) hint the kidneys.
Spells or backache orten follow,
Or some lirecnlaiity ol the m -lie
A splendid temedv for inch ntlnrl's
A medicine that has satisfied thou
b.iimIh Is Doau'B Klduej Pills, u special
Many Ptah County people rely on It
llete Is American Fork proof
Mrs. James Crooks, West First St .
North. Anieilcau Fork, Utah, sajs- "I
had kidney complaint ror ten yearn
or more Sometimes Hhaip pains sud
denlj c.uight me In my buck and I
would almost rail to the floor. I was
often so helpless that I couldn't un
dieas The attacks lasted tor days at
a time The Kidney secretions caused
me terrible suffering. My condition
was alarming. Dean's Kidney Pills
cured me or a bud attack and I can
say that they do Just what they are
claimed to do. Dean's Kidney Pills
not only cure the backache, but make
one's kidneys normal I still tnke this
remedy frequently and It keeps m
kidneys In the best condition possible
The endorsement I gave Dean's Kid
ney Pills sovernl yearn ago still holds
Price no cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Donn's Kidney Pills the snine that
Mrs Crooks had. Fostcr-Mllburn Co.,
Plops, lluffalo, N Y
When you reel lazy, out of sortH
and yawn a good deal In the ilaj
thae, you can charge It to a torpid
ller which has allowed the syHtcin
to get ml or Impurities. HK1UUNH
cure's all disorders produced by an
Inactive ller It strengthens that or
gan, cleanses the boweln and puta tho
system In good healthy condition.
Price rue. Sold by Win. Thornton
Great Innovation I
I IN KEEPING WITH THE
I OTHER RECENT'IMPROVE-
I MBNTS AT THIS BEAUTI-
I FUL RESORT ON UTAH
J LAKE, THE L'ANAGEMENT
I HAS INSTALLED AN
I Electric Band
I WHICH WIJJ. PLAY FOR I
I DANCING, DAY AND EVEN- I I
1 ING. PREPARATIONS ARE I
I BEING MAPU FOR YOUR
0 ENTERT JNMENT.
I Seven Days Each Week
1 ROW BOAT,. AND GASO-
1 LINE LA INCHES FOR
1 THE PLEASURE
I THE RESTAURANT IS NOW
OPEN AND READY TO
SERVE BASS OR
0 II I C K B N
imiiiwMHiiwinnnwnir mi -""- ' ' """' wmwm
Provo Reservoir Go.
and Utah Lake Irrigation Co. ;H
will furnish water for tho cntiro north end of Utah H
County. Our canal from Provo Canyon last year carried SB
as much .water as came from American Fork Canyon. j
This additional water means doubling our cultivated Iff
" " . HiH
Nothing adds more to tho benuty ot
women than luxurlnnt hnlr. Tho ic
gulnr use of M8rltol Hnlr Tonic will
keep the hair healthy, promote Us
growth, keep It clean and bright, and
gios It that wavy appearanco o much
admired. Pi Ice Geo and $1.00. V. M
Hi own, nole agent, American Folk
Why Not Go To
School This Fall
U you want an Ideal location, large
campus, new buildings, outdoor nth
letlcs, excellent teachers, dormitory
lire, at moderate expense, with oppor
tunities Tor seir help.
H jou want the Classical, Bclentltlc,
Voice, Violin or Piano Connies, tor
F.lghth tirade, High School or College
Fieshmeu classes, write
ii. w. !ti;in:iti, ii. it.,
SALT LAKE COLLEGIATE
SALT LAKH PITY, I TAIL
Uric Acid In Meat
Clogs the Kidneys
Tuke ii Class of Sails If Your Hack
Hurls or llladder lliilhers.
It you must have your meat every
day, eat It, but llush your kidneys wllh
salts occasionally, says a noted author
ity who tells ub that meat Tonus uric
acid which almost paraly.es tho kld
nejs In their cffoit to expcll It from
the IdooiL- They become HlugglBb nnd
weaken, then you suffer with u dull
misery In the kidney region, shnrp
pains In the back or sick headache,
' dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue
ls coated ami when the weuther Is
bail you have rheumatic twinges The
mine gets cloudy, roll or sediment
the ihaiinels often gut soro and Irrl- fl
ttifcd, obliging j on to seek relict two 99
or three times during the night. (M
To iieutiallze these Irritating acids, 9j
to cleanse the kidneys and llltsh oft H
the body's urinous wasto get four jH
oi.nccB ot Jnd Baits from any phariii- ffl
acy hcte; tako u tnblespoouful in n jH(
glass of water for n fow days nnd M
j our kldueja will then act lino. This Wt
raitious sails lu made rrom the acid m
or grapes and lemon juice, combined K
with llthla, and has been used for gen- Ite
eratlons to llush and stimulate clog- 19
gi'il kidneys, ulso to ncutrallzo tliu M
acids In urine, so It no longer irri- H
tales, tlmii ending bladder .wcakuuoo. S
.lad Kultu Is luoNpuuslvu; cannot In. U
Jure, nnd makes u delightrul eftcrves- W
cent llthla-w ater drink.
It should be llxcd some way bo' men , 'W
ami women wouldn't pick life partners j K
at ii time wh u they don't know what . I
they're doing. f I w
o ,' I ,'fl
If Hair Is Turning i ; h 1
Gray, Use Sage Tea J ;!,
lleic's (i-aiidmolher's llcclpe to Park- 1
en nnd lleautlfy Failed Hnlr. I 'J
That beautiful, oven shade of dark, : i '
glossy hair can only bo had by brow- J 1 ' ,,
lug a mixture or Sngo Tea mid Sul- ! 5 ,,
phur Your hair Is your charm. It i
makes or mars the race. Whon II .
rmlen, turns gray, streaked mid looks V
dry, wispy and seraggly, Just mi np- (
plication or two or Sage nnd Sulphur . Ifi !
enhances Hh appearance a hundred- ! iQI
Told. ' p '
Dons hotlier to preparo tho tonic; i ; . J
you can get nt any drug storo n GO ' 4,
cent bottle or "Wycth's Sago and Sul- 1 Lj ,
phur Hair Remedy," ready to uso. tjh
This can always bo depended upon to ! Sl li
bring back Dim natural color, thick- I'm H'
iiesn and lustre ot your hnlr and re- ij'M K!
move ilamlrtilT, stop scalp Itching and H ,v)
railing hnlr. 1 JIJI "l&l
Fverybody ubcb "Wycth's" Bago and IfeKl Ir,'
Sulphur because It darkens so natur- 1 f a Ju&
ally and eeuly that nobody can tell jj-st 'W
It has been applied. You simply i 'w
dampen a spuugo or soft brush with ;8h 1 Si
II mid draw this through tliu hnlr, . M II
taking one small strand at 11 time; by' tjt (!
morning the gray hair has dlsapeared, 11 ,
ami after nnolher appllcnllou it bo- . jS
comes bcautirully dark and appears i''lf
glossy, lustrous and abundant C i f
1 HAMMER BROS, f ';!
1 LIVERY, TEED AND TRANSFEB S '.Sit R
j Stables.... I S;;fA
$ On Mo,in Street, Near D. & R. a I M
Buss Meets All Trains. I fi
Sf & For Round Trip To 4M
Oz) California f
Sa c Dates . 1' ' j
.June i:5, M, '20, Ll, 27, 28. jljj
July I, 5, 11, 112. yn
Return Limit, 29 Days f'f I
i.tiy is, id, .r), no ",(::
AiiKiihl 1, 2, H, !), 10, Hi, '22, 2, 12!), .'iO.
Return Limit, GO Days Stopovers '
I .$40 ROUND TRIP j
I 'I'ifkcls on Sale Dail to ScplcinbiT .'iOtli.
I li'ctiirii lunil, OotobtT ttlst. . 'A
I Tickets on Sulc at All Utah Stations. 'I,!'
I (! V McDONALH, Agent, Ameriian Fork i?7S. ' ty
I W F WHLSH. Agent. Lehi. &3 I L
I . II LLOYD, Agent. I'leasant Unno. MoiCrt'AH I "' fr '
lir addicsa- , 1 Wf'M) I " M
1 j 11 mam)i:iifii:ld. a u. i a. rt?i I u
Salt Luke Clt) NIT y ( S
Nostrils and Mead Stopped Up From
Cold or Catarrh! Try Ely's Cream Balm Js
iiiI,iiiII) (leai Air I'.iagcs; 'ion
llnnlhe I'lcelj, Nnh UNcii .
stiip, Head ('old nnd Dull II1.11L
'I i ' Kh's I'leam Halm "
(l.t ,1 small bottle mi) way, Juni to
ry 11 Appb little in the uosirllu
,iikI ifhi.iiiil) our clogged nose -aid
stopp" l-up ulr puu3iigea or the liyj,J
will upiii, "U wU bieutbe fret ;
diillaiii and lieadnclie disuppear llv
muiiiDi'' ib i.ii.irrb. cold-ln-Mi ud or
. at 'ir'i 'I h"i' lhro.ii .lll In "
I ml 'in I" nils iy liov ' lj 1 ib
mull bulib or 1 h'i (n .in f ' 1
at any diu- ion This bwpc, tr j,
runt balm illssolvos by the heal or tho Hi
Mimu h, penetrates and heals the In- - W
named, Hwulli'ii monibraiio which lines W&
the none, bond mid throat; oluaiH tlu . ! qM
air pimsiiguti; alopa nasty dlschargos v y ill
.mil 11 feeling or oloaiising, boolhlng ' TK
lelltf coiueH Imiuedlatoly. jfc
Don't lay nwako tonight HtiugKlIng, 'Wm
ror breath, with bond stuffed; hob- Wffl
trlls closed, hawking and blowing SM
ratairh or a cold, wth Its ruunliig !H
noae, foul iniiuiim diopplng Into tho tim
Him a, in ,.,v dryuesa la dlBtreualng .l
ni ti lly needliss ,
I'm wiur rulth Just once In "Ky'H
t r mi JJnlni and jour cold or catarrh
will burtlj disappear, -
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