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H LEHI LOCALS AND PERSfcTLS
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H lsrncl Evans mado a business trip
H to Salt Lake City Saturday. -'
H , Mrs. J. F. Fyffe and daughter, Eliza,
BB spent tho weok ond visiting friends
B In Salt Lake City.
BB Mr, Hebcr Cutler of Oarland, spent
BB Saturday In Lohl visiting tho sugar
H Mr. Ed. Walker, well known by
BB oarllor settlers of Lehl, Is hero for u
BB visit with old frlonds. Ho Is at the
BBB homo of Jacob Cox.
BBB Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugouo Hrlggs and
BBB family arrived in Lchl this weok from
BB Island, Idaho, and will spend the holl-
H days with relatives here.
H Danco from 9 to 12:30 at Smuln's
H Academy Christmas (Friday) night.
H Miss Mablo Olios left Monday for
H .'' 'Holdun, Millard County, whero slic
BB will spend tho Christmas holidays
BB with relatives.
B ' Tho First Ward Primary Assocln-
BB i tlon gavo a pleasant performance In
BBB tho Royal Thcatro Wednesday oven-
BB Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Watson woro In-
H' terurban passougers to Salt Lako City
BB i . MrB. James II. Gardner spent the
BBB ' early part of tho week visiting friends
. In Salt Lako City.
BBB A i MIs3 VIrglo Winn, who Is teaching
BBB j school In Gunnison camo homo yestcr-
H ' day to visit till after tho first of the
I v year.
H , .'Misses Boulnh Gray and Julia Wll-
BBB cox camo homo Tuesday from Center-
BB field, whoro thoy nro teaching school.
H . v Thoy will remain till aftor tho holl-
BBB '! ,; days.
BB . Mr. and Mrs. George HolmBtcad, nt
BH i tending school at tho Agricultural
BB College camo homo Sunday and will
BBB. remain hero with relatives till school
BBB ,. opons on Jan. 6th.
BBHf Miss Mildred Crabb gavo n bundle
fl, , showor Saturday evening at tho home
K, U of Mr. and Mrsv Charles C. Crabb In
BB1 ii' honor of Mrs. Vorna Evans, nco Miss
Bfjl i ' Verna Comer.
BBBM fl " A m03t r'caBlnK missionary pro-
Hhln gram, was given in tho Third Ward
BgOtf Sunday ovenlng, In honor of Miss
Bif v I" Louie Thomas, who leaves for a mis.
B t''' bIoq to tho Eastern Stntcs January 0
B"v' ' Messrs T. n. Cutler and Ira D,
Hi ' Wines of Salt Lako City, wore In Lchl
1 V Saturday attending meetings of bust-
BBB ' noss directors of which they are mem-
' ' , Mrs. Felix Long spent Bovcral duys
B 's In Amorlcan Fork this wock, at tho
BBS homo of her daughter, Mrs. Thomas
BBB'h , Droadbeut, becauso of tho Illness of
t.i't r v ono ot tho Brondbcnt children, which
J" Is now Improving,
Mri and, Mrs. Lester Anderson, wlio
B' ; havo 'boon visiting for n week with
B ,, ' "$Mrs. Rnchol Anderson, returned to
BBB "-thoIr homo in Salt Lake City Monday
BBB t j MlrAndorson Is employed In tho N'u
BBB tlonal Bauir ot.tho Republic.
TiPj "Tho Obstinate Family." full ot In-
BBB " 1 torest from start to finish. Come
B ; ft j .hero hta llvo ones aro, Second Ward
Br ' r Assembly rooms, Tuesday, Deo. 29th.
H v Mr, Henry Lowls nnd S. W. Ross
BJ ',. attondod a directors meeting or the
B -Novada Annconda Copper Mining Co.
H 1 In Salt Lako City Tuesday. Mr. Lewis
B was installed us manager ot tho qoiu-
H .. pnny nnd will continue tho devolop-
H 's,, I ment of tl(0 property, whoro three
BB men havo boon oponlng somo good
BB bodies of londifillvcr ore under lease.
BBB Tho property Is located at Cnrlin,
H Mr. Walter Haddeld of Edgar, Mon-
H tana, was visiting his brothor, Wm
B Iladdold, this weok. Ho Is on his way
H - to San Diego, California, to attend the
H ( opening of the bfg exposition, nnd will
H .' spend eovcral months In California
H this winter
BB Abe Anderson, suporIsor ot music
H, j for tho Jordan Schools In Salt Lako
H k "' Countyspent Saturday with his Le,hl
BBB . friends., Mr. Anderson has organlzod
BBB, j an orchestra of eighteen pieces, a
H band ot forty pieces ond a choniB ot
H 100 voiues in tho Jordan High School,
H i ; besides sovorjil choruses and doublo
H Uon.'ffnll to aeo "Tho Obstinato
H Family," "Second Ward Assembly
B rooms, Tuesday. Dec. 29th 2G-U
H' ' Miss Mary Rdwnrds gave a nitxci-1-
H l lsnoous shower In the Thtrd'arJ
H.' Churah let Snturdny in honor of Miss
Hj Louie Tliomas, who lMvei for n mis-
Hj sion Jfinimry Otli. The evening was
B. pleasantly spent In 'games and r-
m freehmonts. Many beautiful presents
B' were given Thero will be a farewell
B party ir Miss Tho;naB in tin- Arcad'
K Hnll Jnn 4th
vtucfoiits Homo Coming at Smuln's
Academy Christmas (Friday) night.
Tho stork left n flno baby boy nt the
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dovcy, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Darling and Mrs.
Oscar HolmBtcad spent Tuesday In
Salt Lako City.
Mr. J. W. Taylor returned ths week
after thrco months spent In Idaho
Mr. Edward Evans and daughter of
Rlgby Idaho, arrived In Lchl Tucs
doy for n week's visit with relatives.
Mr. Ch'nrlcs I). Fox of Salt Lako
City, was a week end visitor at the
homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. James H. Gardner, commission,
or elect, was In I'rovo Monday getting
acquainted with county affairs around
tlic court house.
Mr. nnd Mrs.-Gcorgo A. Smith nnd
Miss Lucllo Smith of Salt Lako City,
formeB residents of Lchl, spent Sun
day visiting friends here.
Tho Second Ward Primary officers
gavo a Bpcclal program Monday af
ternoon, also some presents to the
A flno baby boy was born to Dr.
nnd Mrs. R. .1. Evans In Logan, Sun
day. Tho Eighth Grades of the public
schools gavo a delightful party Wed
nesday evening In tho gym. They
played games, danced, gavo n program
nnd served refreshments.
About 100 hunters from Eureka
wcro hauled to tho Flvo Mlio Pass on
n Salt Lako Route Special last Sun
day and spoilt tho day In slaughter
ing approximately 2,000 rabbits.
Mrs. G. M. Galsford returned Sun
day from a sovoral weeks' visit to
Mammoth, whero Mr. Gnlsford Is cn
gnged In the mining business.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Livingston of
Idaho, woro visitors this weok nt tho
homo of Mr, Livingston's brother,
Mr. Dnrrel Brown, who Is engaged
In tho plumbing business In Idnho
Falls, is homo for a few weok's visit
with his pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. John
The Third Wnrd Sunuay School will
glvo a children's party In tho Arcnde
Hall Christmas afternoon, nnd a farco
tho following night in tho Meeting
Mr. nnd Mrs. Warren Schow of Lo
gan, nro spending tho holidays at the
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Potor Schow.
Mr .Schow hns been tho mnnnglng
head of tho Cache county poor farm
for tho past year.
Moses N Hnrt was this weok grunt
ed n divorce from InaBoll Hart, In
tho District Courf at Ogden. TTo was
also granted tho custody of their two
minor children. Tho dlvorco was
granted on tho ground ot desertion.
I TWO BIG
WED. EVE. DEO. 23RD
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT.
I A Great Biff Time For
Tnlo (he Inlcriirliuii enrs thej
nru Just right both coming
and returning after tho dnncu
I Don't Forgot tho Date3.
SMUIN'S ACADEMY 1
Till: HALL THAT 1100STS IT. I
M. B. Bushman was an Intcrurban
passenger to Salt Lako City Monday.
Mr. E. W. Schnlodcr spent Monday
In Snlt Lako City on bUBlnoss.
Mrs. John Turner spent Saturday
visiting relatives In American Fork.
You will bo treated right at Smuln's
Academy Christmas (Friday) night.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oohow camo
down from Albion, Idaho, Tuesday,
and will spend sovoral wcoks visiting
friends In Lchl,
Dr. Robort J. Evans of Logan, ar
rived In Lchl Tuesday evening for a
brief visit with his mother, Mrs. A.
Mr. Lorenzo Slater, who has been
omploycd In Salt Lako City for tho
summer, Is homo for n holiday visit
with his parents.
AND PARENTS' PHOGIIAM
Tho missionary wives nnd parents
will mcctA tho homo of Brother nnd
Sister wrnV. Clnrk, Dccombor 31,
Following is tho program:
Speech of Wolcomo Brothor Clnrk.
Song Sister Mnrgnrot Clark and
Lettor Reading Sister A. J. Evans.
Instrumental Mori Clnrk.
Recitation Slstor A. L. Yntos.
Letter " Rending Slstor' Achsoh
Reading Bishop Gnrdnor.
Reading Annlo Gontcs.
Something Different Brothor nnd
Sister J. M. Klrkhnm.
M. I. Associations Exchango
Tho Stnko Mutual Improvement As
sociations nro adopting a novel meth
od ot raising funds to defray their
Incidental expenses. Each association
will prepare n playlet of sufficient
longth when combined with those of
tho other wards, will occupy nn cn
tiro ovenlng. Tho four warda of Lehl
will produce four short plays In Lchl
and will then take them to American
Fork, Pleasant Grovo and Alpine.
Theso other towns will do tho same,
and como to Lchl. Thus each city
will havo tho plcasuro ot comparing
Its tnlcnt with that of tho other as
sociations. Alplno will produco a
drama occupying tho ontlre ovenlng.
Homo dramatics 1b occupying a con
sldcrnblo payt of tho M. I. A. acdvl
tlcs this winter.
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LEHI MAN TO WRESTLE
IN SALT LAKE CITY
Alex Chrlstofforson went to Salt
Lake City Monday to bo one of Mike
Yokels training pnrtners and also to
act as one of tho principals in tho
preliminary boforo the big bout,
which comes off noxt weok. Alex Is
In flno condition,. perfectly hardoncd
nnd with no surplus flesh. Ho will
mnko a great showing.
An effort may bo mado to get a
match hero either between Chrlstof
forson and Ronthrop or Chrlstoffor
son and Yokel, either of whom Alex
will agree to throw In one nnd a half
Thoro Is also r. rumor of a match
to bo pulled off hero betweon Ron
throp nnd n man nnmed Eklund.
AUTO WILL HE SOLI)
TO PAY FOR REPAIRS
On tho Cth of 'last month a man
named A. M. Nelson left an auto at
tho Cutler garngo for repairs. As It
wns in pretty bad shapo tho bill for
tho now parts and the repairs on tho
old onos nmounted to tho sum total
of I101.C0. For some coubo Nelson
foiled to call and pay for his auto, so
that Mr. Cutler now has an extra
auto on his hands. Tho laws of Utah,
howovor, permit Mr. Cutler to soil
tho machine, which bo will do on Jan
uary Cth, to tho highest cash bidder.
To tho cost of making repairs will bo
udded storogo charges, which aro pil
ing up at tho rate of $1.00 per day.
Tho car Is n Ford, 1910 model.
People's Co-op. Pays 1 lVr Cent
The People's Co-op. Board of Direc
tors hold a meeting Saturday and de
clared a dividend of 4 per cent on
all outstanding stock This camo as
a most ncceptnblo Christmas. prosont
nnd ns n surprlso to Its many stock
holders. Tho management roports a
normal business for tho' season,
which U most pleasing In view of tho
gonoral slow condition throughout
Not ovon tho words "Merry Christ
mas" may bo written on packages of
Buppllos sent to tho starving Belgians.
In Now York Thursday tho American
commission for relief of Belgium an
noun. ed tn placing by doners, of an
tnjtriptio. of any sort Inside or out
ald.' hi- packsge might subJMt the
uiirc consignment to confiscation by
jlin l.iU eiiHpu lous of a mlllliary code
ncBgnge llw prohibition extends to
xpr. bsi.ms or smuMthy and even in
fills r p,r,l ,h I'rMt,, vnTte or
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Wishing You a Merry Xmas and a 1
Happy New Year I
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Wo Tflsh to thank our many friends and patrons for the nlco trade they '
hare giTcn ns during tho past year, nnd hope for tho continuance of snmo . jky ,&
In years to come, nnd assure you wo shnll Btrlre to merit same. ."$?; , 4bHU
20 per cent reduction on nil Christ tuns Toys. Also reduction on Cloth. Wl
Ing, Underwear, Shoes, etc. Call and see our Rugs, linoleum, Steel ' liR
Ranges nnd Hcntcrs. ,, Mf"
Th6 Racker Mercantile Company. 1
MAIN ST. LEHI '"I . '
neutrality conditions under which
goods go from Rotterdam to Belgium
nro thnt positively no mark or mes
sage ot any description Is permitted
to which German oillcials could ob
ject. It must bo a torrlbly Jar to tho Re
formers to realize that the. follows
who Smoko Cigarettes mnnngc to cop
out so many good jobs.
Crying For Help
Lots of It In Utah County Hut Dally
Tho kidneys ofton cry for help.
Not another organ In tho whole
body more dollcntely constructed;
Not ono moro Important to health.
Tho kidneys nro tho filters of tho
When thoy fall tho blood becomes
foul ond poisonous.
Thoro can bo no health whero thero
Is poisonous blood.
Backache la ono of tho frequent In
dications ot kidney trouble
It is often tho kldnoya cry for help.
Rend what Doon's Kidney PIIIb
hnvo dono for overworked kldnoys.
Proof of merit In tho following
Mrs. Mary Adams, Fourth East St.,
Lohl, Utah, says: "Doan's Kidney
Pills havo dono mo a world of good,
holplng mo as nothing olso over did.
1 wub annoyed by kidney complaint.
Tho kidney action was vory Irregular.
I took threo boxes of Doan's KIdnoy
Pills nnd thoy mado my kidneys nor
mal. I was strengthened nnd kidney
complaint wna completely driven
from my system."
Prlco 60c. nt nil denlors. Don't
simply nsk for a kidney remedy git
Doan's KIdnoy Pills tho same that
Mrs. Adams had. Fostcr-Mllburn, Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
A man will pay a dollar for a Gf-
cent articlo that ho wants. A woman
will pny 49 cents for n 39 cent article
that sho doan't want.
MUCn ADLER.I.KA USED IN LEHI
It Is reported by H. B. Morrlhow
that much Adler-l-ka Is sold In Lehl.
Pcoplo havo found out that ONE
SPOONFUL of thlB Blmplo buckthorn
bnrk nnd glycorlno mixture rollcves
almost ANY CASE of constipation,
sour or gassy stomach. It Is so
poworful that It Is used successfully
In appondlcltls. ONE MINUTE aftor
you tako it tho gasscs rumble and
pass out. It Is porfectly sato to uso
and cannot grlpo. II. B. Morrlhow,
druggist., Lohl. Tho American Fork
Drug Company report great success.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS
Excursion Via Snlt Luke Route
Excursion tlckctB on salo at all
Utah Stations on Salt Lako Route,
Docembor 18th to 25th inclusive De
cember 31st and January 1st. Re
turn limit January 4, 1916 19-2t
Johnson . & Sons
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
Just South of D. & R. Q.
GENERAL SURGICAL CASES
SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR
COMPETENT NURSES IN
State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings I ' ,
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS f I
Evory safeguurd known to modern banking for the 1 I,
security und sufety of their funds. Q j -
4: per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded I '
every six months. ,J
Our satisfied patrons are GUI' best advertisement I jm
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! Automobile, Motorcyole General Repairing,
j Bicycle Accessories. Gasoline and Oilv
Phone 12-2 Rings. Adjoining Reltuc Inn
We Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling
Automobiles During the Winter Season.
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Oclaim that Utah-Iduho u la unqualifiedly superior, -F
Sugaffls'tho Baudnrd of sugar llx.v Enck Try ,t, o guar- . I
perMlon, isn't Just an "apt "J ? ool your I ,
' most oxnctlng domnnds. 1
It Is on unvarnished fact. And thnt you w11 find It jl
Chemical "tests established evory deslrablo sugar polity. J
Utah-Idaho Sugar's placo. ,....,'4 - )
Bold by grocors ovorywboro ai r ,
Scores und scores of confee- tho standard sugar price; les v
tloncry nnd fruit preserving ox- tllnn yu VW tor ''"Portcd BU ," -'
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