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i LCHI BANNEK SATURDAY. JPLY 25, 1014 ,'H
Lehi Locals and Personals
X . Mrs. Parley Onrllold presented her
,', ' liUBbnnd with tl baby girl Saturday.
( XiVt, 'Mlss MeCracken of Smltlilleld la
S 'V spending ten days with Mrs. .Tntncs
t-l . Fyne.
jifVj. Double your acntlon fun with a
jL- . kodnk from People's Co-op. 25-lt
-' T - Si " Mr. and Mrs. A J. Klrklium came
! ' ' down from Pult Lake City on Sundny
Jr , to Bpnnd the dny with friends In I.otil.
L. ' ' ' tuimber of local people nrc pro-
w'ii ' paring lo go to Canada on tho excur-
r ?.' Hlon August 4.
'SoST ' M1"8, M,'v'n Hunuells of Eureka In
'msu visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mm
'Swaf' Charles Johnson.
i 5?' Mr. nichnrd Thomas went to Tre-
" 3t - Hioiiton, Utah, Friday. Il was called
$, to the bedside of his son John, who
Ra. In sorlously 111 with consumption.
m ' Knox Knit hose are unholey hose,
f? fur men, women and children. (Jet
! ' .' them at People's Co-op. IT.. It
'ffe & MIsboh Kiln and Mary Woods and
( 'ifei I.011I0 Thomas wero Provo lsltors
'''$3$ Monday. They made the dip In an
I iJ.' ' - Ladles of l.ehl take notice We have
! IL' '"Rl received n larj;e shipment of new
ft?'- white shoes and slippers, any size.
r You k"ow f y,m can ,l0t Got l'om
' i JKL'S . elsowhere, you can at Chliiman's.
! iiUniL' - A'r nlul Irf1, ''" ,lncla'r ,,ni' Mr'
' JhHEjL ' "ll(' J'rB' Steve Adams went to Salt
' ' IH&iF- LnUo City Sunday to "see Mrs. Racker
' f fnis "'"' 'Ir' t',u,1B' "later, Mm. Orpha
, Jones, who was critically III.
I jH-' " Call on People's Co-op for the best
Vf? iiunlitj at tit' neht price.) all 'lie
! y lime W-lt
IHrl1- Ward' conferences were held In
H ' three of the l.ehl wards last SundaJ.
iBli- Presldont Chlpmau was at tho Fourth
W&. Wnrd, President Clark nt tho Third
I II Ward and President Evans nt the Sec
. olid Ward.
ffl! Next Sunday will be quarterly con-
fi wffl ferencn at Pleasant Grove and the
m. JS Orein road will run special cars to
I 9m nccommodatu tho visitors from l.ehl
HrM nud Atnorlcnu Fork.
p iflK Vncatlou tine means trunks and
EjH uiii'rnseB. Wo have a complete line
EwH nt Pcoplo's Co-op. 2H-H
LjK. The l.ehl Opera company went to
jB'' Alpine Wednesday cvcnliiK, nud the
dK following night to American Fork.
SHL '" They had n good houso in Alpine and
W'' a fnlr ono In Amerk'nn Fork. They
''H' wero warmly appreciated In both In-
n A number of John T. Hand's friends
ll came over from Provo In automobiles
SI to attend his concert In I.elil. With
fit the concert company they went to A.
2Ij I.. YatC3' homo nfter the performnnco
SI and sang Bongs and enjoyed rcfresh-
Mm Hoys get n kodak nud It's ensy to
fig. got a girl. Cameras, kodaks and sup
flM piled nt Peoplo's Co-op. -"I-U
n'9HP Axel Pcdersou, tho 14-year-old son
ML' of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Pedcrson, in-
, ,J ' dcrwent n minor oporatlon nt the I.elil
" Hospital this week for the removal
AS ' of a slst back of his ear.
'.fM Mrs. W. Karl Hopkins delightfully
spS entertained nt n keuslngton Wedues-
.H day. Tho ladles present wore Mes-
Wm dames Roy Davis, Hurt Peterson,
9H ,, Jesse Smith, John Coopor, T. F. Kirk.
. JUt ham, Frank Fagan, Stanley Winn,
' W: Follx Long, Kuben Worlton, J. II
mm Watson, Charles Goatqs, W. A. Kvans,
ml A- L. Yates, Charles Crabb, William
fllr Wing and James Fyffo.
i-IjB , tolling COc and COc summer hoBlery
' B8 tor 10c nud lGc at Peoplo's Co-op
I' MB '
feVMB- - Ui. Holbrook was called to MoBlda
' IHi Sunday to get Warren Paul, who had
I jjfil'-;,- , n broken leg. Within about two hours
RM' after the young man broke his leg he
' 9' was In the Lehi Hospital. The young
man Is a sou of J. C. Paul, assistant
? chief of the Salt Lake City fire do-
2 partment, and Is working for Mr Pel-
i. tj "Ideal" shirts nix the best kind for
jj& n"n. Oct them at People's Co-ojr
. jm There passes no day In a woman's
n like without the thought of "what to
f gfi wear" urging Itself upon her It Is
r' H'' tnn ',lS's,,"t' perplexing, luting piob-
w lem of a uomnu's life. It Is with her
ffw when she reads the "ads" In the
yjM stores when she goer shopping It
fit never "downs "
Large tract of good valley, farming
land Just thrown open for fiee settle-
tferm&mr nuitit in Oregon. Ovor 200,000 acies
In all. Good climate, rich soil, and
does uotfruoulre Irrigation to raise
finest craps of grain, fruit and garden
truck. "'For largo map, full Instruc
tions and Information, and a plat of
H several sections of exceptionally good
fwJBM claims, send $3.10 to John Keefe, Ore-
W vJbY Kon Clty 0rc 'r,lrt'' yours a l' S
'djm&nw surveyor and tlmberman An oppor-
JBBBV timlty to get a good fertile free Iioiik-
V gcod near town and market ll-8t
Mrs Samuel Peti-rson has ln-en very
111 during the week, but Is lepoited
now to be much Improved.
Mr. and Mis. Marlon Cutler spent
a part of the past week In American
Fork canyon on a fishing trip.
Peoplo's Co-op aie still solllm; sum
mer dress goods .it f0 and 2& pr real
T. II. Cutler, Jr, went to Salt Lake
City Monday to stock up with a lot
of new auto supplies for his garage.
Mrs. Albert Fitzgerald of Draper
spent the week end visiting her par
ents, Mr. nud Mrs. James Klrkham
Snel Zlmmei 111:111 has been acting as
night policeman tho past week during
I'ollcemnn Jones' absence at Heaver.
Get fly trajis, fly swatters and fly
ka Hcers at Peoplo'1 Co-o
Miss Maltha Deckart or Salt Lake
City Is visiting with Miss Margaret
Mrs. Sieve Adams underwent an
opeiatlou Wednesday at tho Lehi Hos
pital, having one of her toes removed.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Harrison, who
have been visiting with Mrs. Harri
son's relatives In Malad, Idaho, re
turned home this week.
Charming styles in footwear always
ready for your Inspection at People's
In another part of this paper Is
an article on getting rid of the al
falfa wcovll, which apparently boIvcb
the weevil question. Alfalfa growers
should read it.
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlea Garlleld of
Pnyson have been guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Molvln Deck this week. Mr.
Garlleld Is a brother of Mrs. Heck.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Nolson of Ogden
wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
Taylor the early part of the week.
They spent one dny flslilng In Fort
Canyon, nbovo Alpine. Mrs. N'olsou Is
a sister of II. C. Hart.
Uecent letters from Canada report
the dryest season In years. In some
localities they have fair crops, but In
many cases tho people are becomlii';
discouraged and nrc moving to Idaho
and other places.
whon you sny go to
July 24, 1914
for vour swell tiino. 1
Tho Largest, Most Con- 1
venient Dance Hall 1
in the County. I
Think how cool ,VJ I
oiKMiintfS and electric' 3
fans. Xo other hall 1
like it. You don't have I
to sweat to have a fjood I
time here. 1
The fine Orchestra I
will make you all dance. 1
Our popular dancers I
are the hest advei tisers. I
Ask them. B
I Ladies alvas free. I
Where the crowds j;o. 1
Leo (Ion tea and Miss Zlna I.arkin 0;
Ogden ate visiting reliftlvcs In Lehi
this week. Mr. Ooiitca Is with thr
l.arklii L'ndorfnklng roippany In Og
den. " .
Tho Alplno Stnko M. J. aI'Is pn
parlng to hold 11 fair "frithg Stak
Tnhornaclo this full, Detalfeare to
bo found In another purtofthls ls-
Get your Jolly glasses nnif senllug
wax ut People's Co-op. J5 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jones', Mr and
Mrs. Thomas W. Jones nml,Mrs. Hnn
nnh Peterson Jonos have bceiuspcnd
Ing the past week In Attendance- nt the
Denvor homo-comliiK. , i .
Drs Worlton nntl Iloblnson per
formed an operation on( Sherwood
Adomson of Aiuorlean Fork- nt Mi
l.ehl Hospital this week. Mr, Adam
son, who Is n son-in-law of W I
Itneker, Is doing nicely.
o. , as . 0
I THEY SAY . i
11 1 f. j
riuit Kdward Southwlek will be a
candidate for Statu Honatorv on tti
Domoeratle ticket this fall, and that
ho stundfj a good show of election
That the ninn who menus evorythliii
ho says is usually a stingy (alitor
That the new State street opera lioiibt
will be the coziest little show house
In the state.
That now that the ladles havo sulll
clently revealed their forms to tho
men It Is high time they went buck
to the old stylo of dress again.
Thnt It Is about time to start the
organization of a cunning coinpan),
so that 11 plant can bo built read)
for noxt sensou's business.
Thnt Jnmes 11. Gnrdnor will bo the
Republican candidate for count
That the wiso man saves up "for
rainy day and thou staya In the
house when It storms.
That a trouble hunter nlwoys makes
a success of his Job
That the city council nindo a ten
strike with tho people when It ga
tho paving contract to local con
tractors Instead of to outside bid
dors. That the candidates who uro elected
to tho statu legislature will have to
Btand squnrely for state-wide pro
That the recent buying of a half mil
lion dollars of sugar sacksby, the
Mormon church would-lndlcatftthat
tho sugar business was -not going to
tho bow-wows. - '
Thnt tho young man who says he 1ms
nothing to do and rofuscs to llle
on somo of the free Smoot home
steads llng around, wouldn't know
opportunity If formally Introduced
That the Intorurbnn enrs are gi ttlng
08 per cent of tho traffic between
here and Salt Lake City, and will
get tho other 2 per cent when tho
road Is electrified.
That tho sllvor band concorts given
In Wines Park aro worth going n
long wny to listen to.
That you can grow 200 worth of
early potatoes from nn acre of land
lu Lehi, and then pick $300 worth
of cucumbers the same year from
botween the rows planted on th5
same ground. 7-
Thnt the way of tho transgressor Is
hard, particularly If ho Is In the,
booze business In Lohl.
That this Is tho best country news-,,
paper in tho state. y
That the man who patronizes a me'r
ehant till he gets so 'ir Into dabfr
that he Is ashamed to go into his.
store nud then snouds his moucv
some place olse, is 11 jirettv small
crltler, to Bay tho least
That Saratoga Springs Is brooming
some resort nowaday?, and 'hat the
citizen who don't ro there Is miss
ing some of tho chief pleasures In
That If ovorv body In this town would
clean up their places wo wouIdfS'tn
that eoeted prize and t)ie dnctljrs
would have nothing to do but'jro
move nppendlxos j,
Thnt It Is now about tlmo fr n jiuw
revolution to stmt In MoxIpq. )iiv"
having neon two tlnys of pence.,
That tomorrow will bo nurtrlv
stake conference In Pleasant Grove
That If evervbodv who kno ks woti'd
Join the boosters' club this would
soon be the best town in tlm stot"
MONEY ORDERS CASHED
AT ANY POST OFFICE
('oieriiinenl Hill ih Pa Mhnrni'r
Picxciiled or Where Oriiun On.
Provided ihe are presented within
ihlrtj days of the date of Issue, pblol
'"onev orders mnv be en shed .(, ni
poBtofllee In the 1'nlted States rflgarr'
less of the olllce on which tlmy rf
Irnwn The new governinn t regu'a
'Ion pretolnliiK to postal in mey orders
bus been effect sice Julv 1
It Is believed that the liuiigo will
result lu eiiornioiiHO Ineie.uie In the
use of money oiders. The method or
eonvpvine e.euey by pont,il mopny or
der her.'toroie hus been rediiatod by
" n fsslty of vinltliiK sf-ino specific
1 olllce mi cadi ord r !il!. checks
ud bank diaflH wi-n- mu, iradllj
on rtllilt Into ciiMi
l,,rl( f ,J. nuluation 1 r -i -m 1,
used to guurd ogulna' fraud
I Bear in Mind That We Handle Everything in thefl
Mercantile Line I
ifrom a needle to a haystack. When you want- to buy Furniture, B :
' Carpets, Linoleum, Uuh and China Ware and Glass Ware, come and m
see us. m
When in want of Machinery and Twine or Building Material or (V B
nient, you will do both of, us ood when you will and aoo us. Call M
for vour Hardware and Groceries at our store. Wo can and will -m
1tlca.se you. Bfl
The Racker Mercantile Company m '
MAIN STREET - LEHI, UTAH
1 1 in
Less Labor in the
H X HY make wash day a dreaded
H v drudge, rubbing dirt and grime
m out of toiled clothes, when Savex
will do this work for you? Use lest soap
jnit JJ little Snvox Bull or Ktlc you
R like. Tht dut mllcomcout with tmott natflort.
I f,v,ubor m&&&2
SaTCiTimo 1 1,. mn).fW
AH Grocers BfJjB3 in
Q P. Pnrker J W. Knblnson
PARKER & ROBINSON
. Prmo rnrmers' uin' .Ifuriiiunts
H. G. Featlierstone
THE CONCRETE aiAN
Kierjllilntf In Concrete.
Estimates Furnished on IIuIIiIiiirs,
. ' Steps, Ktc.
Iiiilcst .Modern .ITeihoils Cniptnjnl
H. C. FEATHERSTONE
I.IMII, . . . UTAH
Johnson & Sons
Just Sou' h of D. A; R. O.
WAIN ST.. LEHI. UTAH.
At Schow & Schow'3
Ccucnt p pi furuUbul in ,n
quantity In tb follow .it; sl.es
&-ln, U-In, 13-lu, 18-ln. iu-ln and
30-in (liiarnut"i'( el no butler inutle j
('fluent bloiku made to order lie
font go'. eluvtlirp Bee
SCHOW & SCHOW ;
IMiwm r.J Lehi, lrlah
with the cure and skill It demands
requires the services of an oxport
pharmacist to prccludo nil possibilities
f mistakes, and the highest point of
accuracy Is reached by us by making
our prescription department n leading
specialty, whoro the utmost caro Is
exorcised, nnd only purj and fresh
1 drugs nro used. Our prices nro al
II. II. MEKItlllKW,
mm, - - - utah
State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
Every safeguard known to modern banking for tho
security and safety of their funds.
4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded
Ki every six months.
Qll-.tJi-'on3 are our est Qdvertisement.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
225 South Main Street Salt
hake City. Clean, quiet, com
fortable and most centrally lo
oted. Rates 75c to $1.50
Edward B. Jonesw
MININU AM) CIV1I, KNOI.NEhBp
U. S. Deputy Mluerul Surte,,, H u
Land and Mineral Survcjn,, Hti
for l.uwsults a Specialty Alt Htt
Work Guaranteed. ,
'linne aiB.'Jf. t- -W,
PLUMBING and HEAll,
INIIniates l'lirnlslinl Frrt (
KUl'I'MKS OF ALL KIM)s '
I am now located lu l.eni mHto
propnred to do till kinds ot piumt-lfc
lug or to Install steam or toil,!
water heating plants lili
M. S. LOTT K
l.BHt. itTAIt (oi
. M the
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Jrarlon Ilroini llert PonhssBW
BROWN and POULSOHlto
GENERAL PLASTEniNO (,
Kniigh or Smooth Plnlsli. 1
I.MImale.s FiirnMied FmBui
'-ohl and Am. ?oM
I mmmm V
Lehi Hospital I
General Surgical Cases jf
Hl'JJCIAL FAOILITIIIS F0 '
MATEKMTV CASKS 1 .,
10 DAYS $10 Will
Com potent NurscH in Charge I
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"UK HUIIiDS WlSVIiY WHO IIL'ILILS MIILL." d41
To build well use brick from Bher
, The Old Reliable Brick Yards of '
Slater & Holmstead. '
prltes In quantities from 1,000 to 100,000. Vom
CAM, OR TELEPHONE. n
SLATER & HOLMSTEAD K!
I.DIII, UTAH. Bin
200,000,000 Lbs. p
of Sugar Yearly
EMietineonsumers 111 uearlv every state in the union.B
now i'M' rial, and Idaho Suar. ' Hh
C'liiho to 200,000,000 )ouuds are required to siiiniW8
the yearly demand. H
ll . siiipn-siiifr qualily is th( ha'.is of inueh I'nuirabl' ,lki
Nixt time V()lT order stiiir, buy fcj,
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