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kii . mi. ttAK'MHn SAT1UDAV. XOVR.MHBII 28, 1014.
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I t . ! LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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i 2 A 320-ncrc Smoot Homcstend nonr
' Suratogn BprlngB for sale Soo 8. W.
i.Mr. mid Mm. (Icorgo Comer, Sr.,
", spent Sunday wlih friends In I'lcn-
1 wint Orovo.
i)f ' MOBHrs Alfred Diownhend mid W.
jfc 15. l'nco woro Intorurbnn pnRsengcrs
to I'roo Fnilny.
ffi- Mr. N. A. Hrqwji went to l'rovo,
$F Hundny, wlioro IiIh wife In attending
M ' a ilek Krnndclilld.
'I lie Ilminer mints jmir Jolt jirlut
uJk Inp .Hew HiinIuchh .Huh, I'rofcHt.liiii
'.;'S nl .Miiiumd Licrv liny Cllien. 2S-U
;v;i Mr. lit nut Anderson, who Ib tench-
.jJnj lug lit Morgan, came homo Snturdiiy
i'JBf to iiiond it week with his, mother
: ,1 3Ira. Itnchtiol Anderson.
Ijj ilM.V. A. Child went to Spring-
KW vIIIp Tuesday, to visit a week with
fjj her -iintlior. Mr. Child went down
j 'I hai ' Hglvjng Hay.
i -sj- All of Lolil's twenty-seven public
,. iclinril tonohors attended tlio State
JfcJj Tonchern' Convention In Salt I.nko
IfTb City Monday, Tuesday and WimIiioh-
jf The young friends of Miss Mudii
rajkj Taylor gave her a pleaBant surprise
BaS party Wednesday evening, nt the
If 1 home of her parents, Mr. and ,Mru.
Bl Charles Taylor.
6,1! i Wanted 100 head of cattlo and
Hrj horses to winter. Also wanted to
Hf vL buy GO or 100 head of young stock.
fv Dr. II. C. Ilolbrook, I.ehl. 2t-2t
K Clarenro and brother Cotter, Karl
Hf ' Jones, Arno Klrkmuu and Clyde Dor-
Kf.ij- t" students at tho stato Agrlculturo
3JJ4 College are homo for Thuuksglvlug
BX Mr. II. C. Nelson moved to Vernon
BKiv tlilB week, wlioro ho owns a dry farm
Baft nnd will spend tho winter.
nt; Mrs. V. I). Worltou entertained the
Bat Bowing Clrclo nt a kcnslngton at hor
H5-kJ homo Tuesday afternoon. Light ro-
B9y freshments wore served.
Hi Mrs. II. II. Merrlhow went to Scue-
BkS en, Mo., to visit her mother, who has
BjjS very poor benlth. Mrs. Merrlhow
BKI will remain In Missouri until after
Kfl. , Sidney .Manning left for Callunto,
BR8' this week, wlioro ho will Bpend tho
BBS winter us oar Inspector for tho Salt
BBff I.ako Route.
BBS MlflR Velum fllbb, who Is teaching
Hl school in l'lymoth, Box Kldcr Co,
BBS camo homo to spend Thanksgiving
Bf and attend tho Stato Toachors Con-
BjHrff Miss Alice llolmstend, who Is tench-
Bffi'.i lug In tho TayBou City schools, Is
BjjL: Hpeudlug Tbnnksglvlng holidays with
RBw her parents Mr. nnd.Mrs. Olat Holm-
B0W$ JI'Ba ''lu "1,llllnor wll I8 teaching
Btfflfe i Moroni, Is homo vlBltlug with hor
K2L mother, Mrs. Joseph Hammer. She
Bfif wns nccompunled by Miss Uulnheii
Hfilj lllnckhnin who Is also teaching In
HLh For Salt 8 norou of line farming
jSglSfffl land closo In. lo Qeorge or Kugono
Stf Maoii, I.ehl. r 21-Ut
WSmV f Tho -Third Ward frlonds of Mrs
Hui Cicorgo (Uoer gave her a most plea-
mBB want birthday party Saturday oven-
HaHrj . lug. Tho time wns spent In music,
Bfflfc'i ' ' ntunos nnd refreshments.
BjRnj Sunday morning tho motormnu on
BJKr tho south bound Intorurbnn car mis-
HE.5! Bed his conductor when ho got to
BBKfl I.ohl. Ho returned nt onco nnd found
BH ,ll loal ,ll,lu ,lt Jordan Itlver, where
Bfl ho hnd gotten off to signal for tho
BH Salt I.nko and Wcstorn crossing.
Hp. Mr. IM win Kvnns, n former I.olil
Bje"' (itlzon, was -this week nwarded the
B$ second piizo of $50 by tho stato art
Hpj '4 lustiluto for tliH second best picture
Hf y on oxhlLilt at tho annua! exhibition,
ELK which wns hold In Ogdcn.
BOM Mrs. I.ydia Aider delivered a most
HBjIf iutoiostiug talk In tho Second Ward
BKJsL moating Sunday afternoon, on her
BJflj visit to I'nlentlno. Sho sold 11 large
BBtJ tluimber 'of books treating ;ou her
BBeM Klilur Win, A. Morton and .'am -s K
BBk King of Salt I.akn City, addressed tile
BJW mooting In tho Tnbcrnnolo Sunday
BBli civonlng, under tho auspices of the
BR9i ' Religion Classes. Mimical numbers
B5al w'oro rondiuod by Mrs, Dulric Fnin-
B1k com , and Master I .eland Crabb
P!? IJrof. a. N. Child, formerly supor-
I ; visor' or tho Lehl schools, now super-
Bjl ! '' visor of tho grummnr grades of Salt
Bfj J I.uko City, presided at tho Teachers'
rj ' Stato Instltuto held this week In Suit
' Uike City. He also made tho princi
pal uddross, wlilch was devoted to 11
pr; jilen for placing tho.tencliora' salaries
Sr( on a tvpjve month's baBls.
J. T. Worllon of Salt Luke (.'1.
Spent WediiesdHy vIsitliiR rolntlves In
Miss Claire Stark of Maronl, Is
spending tho woek at the home of J.
Mr. Ucoiga I'etamon of . rreston,
Idaho, was tho guost of (JImlys Stark
011 Thnnksglvlng Day.
Floyd (loatos nnd Milieu Klrkham
npeiit the vacation week hunting over
in Cedar Valley.
MIsbos Kill 11 la Iltnukhnm and I'M 11 a
Hiuily woro the guests of MIm Netn
Hammer this woek.
Mr. Win. Wing apcut WednesdHV Ii,
Salt Lake City on lutmranrn bual
ness. Mr. nnd Mis. Krnoat Webb's nlr'
teen-montliH-old linby was (ulte sick
with bronchitis tills woek.
Tho Third Ward Primary Associa
tion gnvu a successful concert In t'
Ward Homo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Anderson
and clilldroti of Sandy, spnt tho woek
end with friends mid relatives
Mis. Unclinel Carson of Ogdon,
spent tin- week In I.0I1I visiting her
Miss I.oxle SoutlnWck spent the
week end isltlng hor friend, Miss
Mary Hanson, In Salt I.uko City.
Mlsn Irmn Clark or Salt I.nko City,
spent Thanksgiving with hor mother,
Mrs. I.I7.7.I0 Clark.
Miss Hazel Carson, who Is teaching
school In Ogdun, spout Thanksgiving
with her sister, Mrs. Win. I. overage.
MIbi l.nrcuu Ituruham of Hober,
spoilt Thursday visiting her friend,
Miss Hnzol Summors.
Mrs. Julia Keslor and daughter,
Mildred, of Unuutlful, spout tho week
with her Bister, Mrs. It. a. Giles.
Tho flve-wock8-old baby of Mr. nnd
Mrs. John Diishmmi, which wns 111
with bronchitis enrly In tho week, is
Mr. Kmersoii Hlnckham, I.co Nun
ley, Jot Nelson nnd Illalno Draper of
Mnronl, siicnt Friday with Miss
Monday night w.ns "ladles' night"
at tho roller rink In tho city pavilion.
Thcro was n largo uttonilniico and till
had a Jolly time.
Mr. AlfrciT nnd Mr. Jesse Chening
ton, whp lmo been working in l.ehl
for tho paBt threo months, returned
to their homo in Garfield Tuesday.
Mrs. ftose Hanson nnd Mrs. II. I).
Wilcox of Amorlean Fork, spout Tues
day with Mrs. Mnt Peterson.
Mrs. II. 1). Wilcox wont to Amort
con Fork Tuesday. Sho will spend
the winter there at tho homo of hor
daughter, Mis. Rose Hiinmm. Her
mother, Mrs. Ilarbrn Rhodes, will live
wltli her dnuRhtcr, Mrs Matt Peter-sou
I One Biff Time For Every- j
LADIES CORDIALLY j
"vVIIERE THE CROWDS
Mr. Gilbert Knudson spoilt Thanks
giving in Salt Lake. City.
Mr. J. W. Frank spent Thanksgiv
ing with his futility.
Wosloy Prcstwlch arrived 0111
Idaho Falls, Monday, having mndo the
trip overland In six' days by team.
Mr. Henry Marshal of Tooele, Is
spending a week In I.ehl, tho guest
of his daughter, Mrs. G. L. Stookey
Mrs. W. S. F.vuns left Tuesday to
spend 11 week In Furokn, tho guest of
hor daughter, Mrs. James Nlolson.
Pror and Mrs J. T. Worltou of
Salt Lake City, spent their Thanks
giving with friends In l.ehl.
Mrs. F.mmn Hrlggs and Mrs. Km
11111 Dradshaw spent Monday in Salt
Mrs. John Dounlson of Snlt Lake
City, spent tho week visiting friends
and relatives In Lehl.
Mrs. Gcorgo KlBinnro of Snlt I.ako
City, returned to her homo Snturduy,
nftor spending tho wcok In Lehl.
Mr. Gcorgo Hates of Monroe, is the
guest of Mlsi Vera Knudson this
wcok end. ' .
Miss Tllllo Riddle or l'rovo, Bpent
Thauksghlng with Miss Mmio Faith-Ingham.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cutler of Salt
Lok City spent tho week end with
Mrs. Cutler's sister, Mrs. C. Wt Karl.
Mrs. Sylvester Fvnns entertained nt
a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday,
covers wore laid for eight.
Misses Choltn Davis, Mablo Drlggs
and Viola Gardner spent Monday In
Salt Lake City.
Miss Whalley of tho Now West
School, spout 'Ihaiiksglvlng with her
parents In Salt Lake City. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ingnlls of Pay.
son, spent tho week end with Mr. and
Mrs. M. W. Ingnlls.
"Miss Vera Gnrdenr, who Is nUcud
lug school nt tho University of Utah,
spent Thanksgiving with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gardner. v
Miss Odessa Allrcd and Miss 'Rose
Russon, who nro attending school' nt
tho II. V. U spent Tlianksgivlng'w'ith
Tho two youngest" daughters of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Joseph Iiroadbcut havo been
vory sick the ytiBt week with bron
chitis. Mr. Lester Urondbent of Snlt I.ako
City, spent Tbnnksglvlng with his
paronts, Mr. mid Mrs. Joseph Urond
bent. Mr. Kvnns Glhhrlst and his three
younger brothers wont to Ogden to
visit their uncle, Mr. John Thiirinan.
They will Btny until Sunday.
Mrs. Aithur Kirkhnm entertained
Saturday evening nt an oyster supper
in honor or Miss F.dnn Rolfe. Colors
woro laid Tor ten.
The Senior class of tho l.ehl High
School gave a party at the homo or
Miss Joyce Schow Wednesday even
ing. Progressive games weio played
and delicate refreshments weie serv
ed. Dr J. J. lluswell, Ophthalmic
Specialist, or Salt Lake, will b0 nt
tho Darling Hotel Monday, November
:10th. No charge for testing eyes.
References. ' os-lt
Mrs, M, A. Taylor, Mrs. Herbert
Taylor, Mrs. Morgan KvniiB, Mrs. Guy
Hvmis nnd Mrs. Fitzgerald wero I11
terurban passengers to Salt I.ako City
Misses Klglvn, Mai grot and Mnrlnm
Thurnuin, who arc teaching In Salt
Lnko City. Mt. Ploasant nnd I'loainnt
Grove, spent Thanksgiving with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dald Thur
mnu. Mrs M W. Ingnlls entortnlned at n
Thanksgiving dinner Tlmmlio, in
honor or Miss Agnes Smith, Miss Ha
?el Summors nnd Mlsg i.oren ,.
Tho Klghth Grade of the New West
School gavo party nt tho New West
Cottngo Friday evening. The New
West School closed Wednesday for
ihe Thanksgiving vacation
Miss Mildred Jackson, m,o ,h
been very sick, is recovering u wan
(bought for awhile that sho had ty
phoid fever, hut the doctor ftiwllv do.
ided It was a dlsenso that U khIiik
iirouiid nmoiiK children.
The Misses Rose and Altu (irani
'iH'Ttiilned nt u Thanksgiving ,llMer
ul 1 ho sugar factory Wednesday Hf.
tcnioon Present were: Mr .mil n
I H Gnidner. Mr. nnd Mrs M y'
Inmills. Mr nnd Mrs. N v zur,.u.
""". Mr. and Mrs. Parley Austin Mr
;'"' M, 8 W Wells, Mr .wvu
'hi" Uno Hr Miss Son,, r i
.'"N .mil Mlsa Viola Gardner
I Good Merchandise, Square Dealings are our Motto.
Our aim Is to buy tho best goods nt tho right prlco and sc.ll on rcnsonublo margins. We
prepnred to glio ou the best merchniidlso that can bo bought. Wo buy nnd sell tl;o host brands"
all Hues. We Invito jour Inspection. See our linos of Clothing, Shoes, lints and Furnishings, the"
I are tho best that can be had. Wo take great prldo hi our well selected Hub of dry goods and notions. Yy
carry a completo lino of fancy and staple groceries. Our hardware Is well selected: our quck
Meal Ranges mid Howard HcaUrs linvo them nil 011 tho run best made. Sco our Furniture, p.ug,
I.lnoli uma, Si.rlnga mid Mattre3sos nnd you will buy, Kvorythlnfc in" tho building ' lino n't the'
light i.rlces YOU ARH ALWAYS WELCOME AT O Mt STORE.
The Itacker Mercantile Company.
MAIN ST. hm
iniww ' I'linnnrr 1 -TT"niiTrr i
Dr. Hosier made n business trip to
l.ehl, Wednesdiij, In hlo tiulo.
Mr and Mrs Junius Ranks nnd Mr.
uml Mrs. W. L. Ilnllldny nto Tlu.nks
glilng turkey with relntlvos In Plea
HIlOKi: COLLAR IIOXK
SKATixt; (ix i'avi:jii:xi'
Morrill Smith, tho clevcn-ycar-old
sou of Mr. and Mrs Richard Smith,
bioke his collar bone Inst Monday
while roller skating on the sidewalk
pavement. 11n lad was quite an ex
pert for his nge, and was showing
the other boys "sr.nif new stunts In
skating when he fell. A doctor re
duced the fracture, which Is mending
DON'T BE AFRAID HE
WILL NOT HURT YOU
Commenting next week, December
1st, tho Chlpmnii Mercantile compan)
will take n special Interest In show
ing the children and parents tho larg
est nnd most completo Hue of DoIIr,
Toys, Novelties nnd Xmas Goods
riieso German mndo articles wero all
purchased boforo tho war affctcd
prices. There will bo no advance In
toys this year, If you buy from us
We wero successful In securing, not
only tho staple nrtlclos usually ex
hibited, but a largo number of Inter
esting attractions nnd many new
toys that havo not been shown be
fore. Our full lino will bo shown
December 1st, In our Grocery Depart
ment Xmus Goods, Xmas Rooks
Xmns Cards, XmnB Dishes and Xmas
Candles. Old Santa will bo one of the
prominent features on dlsplny.
CHiraAYS UK! ItKD STORE
, . American Fork 28-lt
SPECIAL NOTICE TO
Wo wish to announce wo mo e
olnslvo Lehl agents rnr tho simple
mixture or buckthorn bark, glycoiinc,
tc. known as Adlor-l-ka. This re
medy uswl succossrully for i.ppeudl
cltlB, Is th" mo'-t THOROIG1! bowel
olonnser .i ti'tr sold. It h so
powerful that ONE SPOONFt'L re
IIovps nlmnsi ANY CASH of constipa
tion, sour or gassy stomrch Adler-l-kn
never xilps, Is safe to nv and
thi INSTANT action 15 surpilslng
11. II. Menlhew, drunRlst . l.ehl Ftili.
The Aineiican Fork Drug Company
report groat succoss.
Johnson & Sons
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
Just South of D. & R. G.
GENERAL SURGICAL CASES
SPECIAL r.UILlTIES I'OR
COMPETKVI MltSl'S IN
PLUMBING and HEATING
IMIimili'i riirnlslii'il Put
SIHTLIIIS OP ALL KIXHS
I mil now located In l.etn nun
propnrod to do nil kinds of piumti
IliK or to listall steam or not
watur lieutlni; pUiuts
M. S. LOTT
I Mil. rMI
I State Bank of Lehi
y United State3 Depository for Postal Savings
! OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
Every safeguard known' to modern banking for the
security nnd safety of their i unds.
4 per cent, interest paid on- time deposits, compounded
every six months.
Our satisfied patrona are our .best advertisement. W
What Scientists Can't Explain mid n dead man, or a le d0g n4 K
.load dog-In other word what f! B
Tho difference between a live man llfo? ' '
M CARE OF HANDS, K
&$& I jEffi mo""s a Brcn.1 doal to every worn.. V
(P0 rK 7y Th0 bottcr C(5,ldttlo sho can kwp W
W(kh tllom '" lho you"Bcr sho will loo
?WSJ-2- mid fool. Our toilet wares ineladi W
yS&TASl Zv evcth'" the daintiest woBM
MwL w r;oul:1 Uc8,ro' at i,r;ces ti10 mt pn. m
I 2zl x-Alhi- ' 1urso san nfford- ' Wl
J- y Jm ' ' -" -"HnEff, I
mty ' Urnralst - I
- LEHI, - - UTlfi I
I Roller Skating PTlTviffl I
I jolly, KOLicKLNu itoLLEu I InffirVnniKnlHl K
I :-: LEHI CITY PAVILION :-: ffiRHr
I SKATINO lllllllliPlflllHillR
I Henltliy Sport Come IBnllvPnvKHralPinlI
1 HH&S3fpPMiyHH -
i II. G. FoallierHtoiio IPSVIVVIVIVVRRRI m
Manngor. BBBWffrTffffHHlWHI '
I Automobile, Motorcycle General Repairing, m
i . , and Vulcanizing, '
I Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline and OiU.
CUTLER GARAGE I
I State Street I;
I LEHI, UTAH I'
I Phone 12-2 Rings. Adjoining Reltuc Inn H
I j A COMPLETE MACHINE SHOP I
1 Ve Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling I
J Automobiles During the Winter Season. I
A Knowing Housewife's I
Advice on Sugar I
"Thero arc good sugara mid "ABk 'or Utnli-Wnho Sugar
pocr iujjnra. " you'll got 'tho Btnnderd of
uugur porfcctlon a sugar that M
"What you -got depends not wlU Barvo you I)0rfcctly fCf I
bo uHich upon what you pay, Very US'" I
as upon what you ask for. , , ,,.,. '
Thlu Is what tho "knowing
"''or Instruco: Merely k ""lfo" discovered
tor ugr nnd you're uio.o than Why not tnko advantage of
Jk"ly to get an inforlop pro- I0 ,liroriimtIoll ,.il !
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