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Lt"" BANNER SATITUUY. DEQKMnKii 25, 1014 H
Mr. Anroii Gnrff mado a business
trip to Salt Lnko City Mondny.
Smnln's Acnmndy,, Lehl, glrcs two
bit; dances next neck, Wednesday,
Dec 80th, nnd Now Vent's nht.
Tho D. D. Sowing Clrclo entertain
ed Monday evening nt tho homo of
Miss Hilda Carlson.
Mr. Joseph Murdock of Dcncor,
spent several days this week In Lchl,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. 1). S. Lott.
Tho Athenian Club will hold Its
meeting next Wednesday, Dec. 30th,
at the home of Mrs. J. E. Cotter.
Miss N. Whallcy will spend her holl
days with her parents in Salt Lake
city. . ,-tlfc
Dr. Worlton was called to Fairfield
Monday, to attend the baby of Mr. and
Mrs. Ether Carson.
Mlsa Ruth Boblnson Is home from
Tremonton, Box Elder county, where
she Is employed teaching school.
Chester Thomas, who is nttcndlng
u business college In Salt Lake City,
came homo Thursday to visit his par
uutB, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Thomas.
Mr. Eb Klrkham, who is taking an
agricultural course .at tho Agricultur
al College, is home to cat Christmas
dinner with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. James Klrkham, Sr.,
are' spending Christmas with their
daughter, Mrs. Ruth Smelly, In Salt
Tho Eighth Orado students gavo n
party in tho gym Wednesday night,
spending the time dancing, playing
games and serving nuts. and candy,
A number of ladles of tho Fourth
Ward planned n most pleasant and
successful surprise party on Mrs.
Richard Rlchoy at tho homo of Mrs.
Robert Gilchrist this week. Tho even
ing was spent In playing games and
Misses Margaret, Mariam, and El
glva Thurman, teaching school In Mt.
Pleasant, Pleasant Grove and Salt
Lake City, respectively, are homo to
spend tho holidays with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Thurman.
Tho public schools closed Wednes
day afternoon till after the holidays.
Tho separate grades in tho Grammar
building gave programs of songs and
readings in tho afternoon. Tho pri
mary schol also gave similar pro
grams, and many of their parents at
tended. Tho schools will open for tho
Now Year Jan. 4th.
Tho frlonds of Mr. John Telford
gave him a delightful surprise party
at his home in tho Fourth. Ward Tues
Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold HIndley and
Mr. Arthur Show of Blnghaw, are
spending Uletido at tho homo of Mr,
nnd Mrs. Hugh Shaw
Miss Nlta Hammer, teaching school
In Maronl, Is home for the holidays,
accompanied by two of her Moroni
Twenty-eight tickets wero sold by
tho Lehl agent to Iutorurban passeng
ers to Salt Lake City Wednesday, and
llmoBtvthe same number Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Meber Allrcd and Mr.
and Mrs. Bard Allrcd aro spending
their Christmas in Salt Lake City,
guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. II. Allrcd.
Twenty-soven car loads of sugar
were shipped last week from tho Pay
Bon sugar factory for storage in the
Sugar company warehouse at Lchl.
Mrs. Kate Allred returned Tuesday
from Provo, where she has been keep,
lhg houBo while her daughter, Odessa,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Wing and the
MIbsos Alice and Lillian Philips made
an auto trip to Salt Lako City Saturday.
Mr. Ephraim Gough of Raymond,
Alborta, Canada, arrived In Lehi Tues
day and will visit at the homo of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gough.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Beck went to
Salt Lake City Wednesday to attend
the wedding of a nolco of Mr. Beck.
Thoy went on to, Ogdcn tho following
day to get their son, Arnold.
Miss Lorena Bushman, a teacher In
tho Congregational School In Heber,
is tho guest for tho holidays of Miss
Summers, a teacher in tho Lehl Con
Mrs Annto Mlllor and children of
Magrath, Canada, arrived in Lehl
Tuesday, and will spend the winter
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. M. B.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Holbrook enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Cannon, Mr. Cart
well, Mr. Call and Miss Watson at
supper after the concert Sunday night,
prior to their taking the Interurban
car for Salt Lako City.
Tho New West School gavo a de
lightful Christmas party Wednesday
evening. "Mr. Flnnigan's Christmas"
was prcsontod by the children. There
was a ChrlBtmas tree and the chil
dren wero all treated to candy and
Lott's Christmas Compliments
Oh I to carry tho water from frozen wells,
On tho human temper, OH I how it tells.
With the holiday Jingles and holiday rhymes,
Real good plumbing Is up to tho times.
Now Lott, tho plumbor, has a very bright plan,
That will help tho boy nnd every mnn;
And tho women, too, wen haven't a doubt, ' "' . .
. . Will never feel tho least bit put out.
To havo conveniences in her house,
That will save her breath in scolding her spouse:
How tho empty buckets and kettles aoon tell,
When tho stowa are burning or you want to sell. .
A heating plant Lott will soon Install,
Whenever you aay or ask him to calL
Now you havo no 'oxcuso for very cold' feet,
If you aro only willing expenses to meet. .
Quito often tho doctors, you nil will ngreo,
Threo hundred dollars thoy will cut from "Poor Me,"
And nil you havo left is nn nwful wall,
With n tow little scars to tell tho sad talo.
Now three hundred dollars wo all know full; well,.
Will mako a good houso look very swell. , , j
If sanitary plumbing, with fixtures tho latest, , ",
By M. S. Lott has been well instated.
Ho'll estimate freo, without charging a dollar,,
Tho mistakes will be fow, lio's a B. Y. U. scholar.
With guaranteed workings all mndo to meet:
Oh Morgan's tho boy to cot. suit about heat.
His tolephono number, is 84-W;
Through this ad in tho Bnnner ho will now troUblo;you;
With our Christmas announcement to one and to' all,
So you will remember, where to mako tho right call.
With n clennor Lehl, wny'.up in Class C, ,
Next Bummer we'll huatlo und work and ngroc,
With plumbing that's done and dono tho right way,
To equul tho towns 'way up In Class A.
Now work that Is done by a scientific mnn, p'
Is work hurd to beat and work that will stand;
lt'a like a good book wlnw Impressions will last
, . I.011K after the worker Ia,ouu fit tho past.
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Our Snnltnry Plumber hits t real estate nnme,,yj.Q ,w '
But for a clenn town b.fe workB Juut tho 'same', ;" ;
So to yourself and yoi'pr town then bo true, ' ' ,"?
Aro tho compliments now ho Is wishing for you.
A Merry Christmas nml n Imppy Now Year,
; Abundant health nnd lots of good cheer;
; With loynlty to homo throw i Into the bargain,
j Wo thank our Ulyd proWdei ;o for sending us Morgan. (Adv.)
Mrs. Jennie Brown Martindalo, nt
Blnckfoot, Idaho, gnvo birth to n baby
boy two weeks ngo. Nino days Inter
It passed away. Mrs. Jane Brown Is
up there now.
Mr. Everett Anderson, who 1b teach
ing school In Morgan County, arrived
In Lehl Wednesday for n ton days'
visit with his mother, Mrs. Hnchnel
A man can llo out of a lot of
things. But he can't dony It when ho
Mr. nnd Mrs. David Wangsganrd
came up from Mt, Plonsant Mondny,
to visit with Mrs. Wnngsgnard'a par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Willis, for
Mr. Louis Allen of Salt Lnke City,
arrived in Lehl Thursday. Mrs. Allen
has been hero for several weeks visit
ing her parentB, Mr. and Mrs. Join
Let's nl see "The Obstinate Family,"
by tho Second Ward M. I. A., Tuesday,
Dec. 29th, Secand Ward ' Assembly
B. J. Anderson, Sr and B. J. An
derson, Jr., of Idaho, aro visiting
friends in Lchl. Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Anderson of Salt Lako City, aro also
spending tho Uletido with relatives
John T. Roberts nnd Leslie Roberts
returned from EUlnoro this week.
In tho sugar factory there, which
closed this wcok, John T. Is tho head
chemist and I.osllo Is his assistant.
Tho factory cut 47,000 tons of beets
The Banner wants your Job print
In? Messrs Business Nan, Profession
al Man and Every Day Cltiicn. 28-lt
Lehl Soldier In Mexican Jail
In a recent letter received from
Newal Tumor, who is serving in tho
rogular U. S. army at Nogales, Ari
zona, on the Mexican border, ho re-1
ports having been arrested and im
prisoned in Mexico by tho revolu
tionists. Ho had been sent over the
line for a deserter from tho U. S.
army. Soon as his commander learn
ed of tho arrest his relcaBo was de
manded on penalty of war with Unclo(
Sam, and his release was speedily ob
tained. Mr. Turner will havo sorv
ed the threo years of his enlistment
in tho spring. He writes his mother,
Mrs. H. C. Fcatherstonc, that ho has
had enough war experience, and will
return to Lehl when his tlino has expired.
LEHI STUDENTS ARE
HOME FOR HOLIDAYS
Mr. Samuel Russon, who Is taking
a business courso at tho L. D. S. Busi
ness College In Salt Lako City, Is
homo for tho holidays.
Among the Lehl students attending
the U. of U., who nro out for their
mid-winter vacation, are Miss Mar
vel Taylor, MI3S Vlda Baker, Miss
Arvllla Woolston, Miss Vera Gardner,
Alvln Klrkham, Clydo Dorton, Basil
Smith and Andrew Losse.
B. Y. U. students who are visiting
their Lehl homes during tho two
weeks' vocation nio Miss Odessa All
red, Miss Rosaleo Russon, Miss
Blanch Peck, Miss Pearl Russon, Miss
Bernlce Austin, Bernard Bradshaw,
Wm. Norton, Stanley Wanlnss nnd
o THE SIOK
James II. Gray's baby has been sick
but Ib Improving now.
Mr. John Donaldson, who Is at the
hospital with pneumonia, Ib Improv.
Mrs. George W. Harvey Ib confined
to her bed again with henrt trouble
. Mrs. Ben C. Lott Is reported ill with
Mrs. John EdwnrdB has been sick
fbr the past week.
I Mrs, George Russon was reported
III for a few daya Inst week.
Mrs. Wm. Price has been alck dur
ing tho week.
'The Infant baby of Mr. nnd Mrs. A
l-V Gnlsford has been slek with pneu
njonia, but Is now much better.
'Miss Emma EdwnrdB is confined to
her homo on account of Illness this
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' IJnry Stoker's baby in reported sleh
.Mrs. Thomas Crnbb Is confind to
her. foom 111.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Broomhend's
baby was' qtilto 111 last week.
Four now eases of chickou pos wns
reported Mondny. Tho mnlndy seems
to bo epidemic.
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Mrs. J. M. Frank presented her hus
band with a baby boy Wednesday.
The stork left a baby boy at the
home of .Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Worlton
Tho stork, last Sunday, made the
homo of Mr nnd Mrs. John Peterson
happy by leaving a baby girl, nnd In.
cldently made Mr. nnd Mra. Lawrence
Hill grnnd-pnrcntB once more.
Few Folks Have
Gray Hair Now
Rrtigglit Hays Ladles nrc rselng Re
cipe of Snge Ten and Sulphur.
Hair thnt Iobcs Ub color nnd lustre,
or when It fades, turns grny, dull nnd
lifeless, Is caused by lnck of sulphur
In tho hnlr. Our grandmother made
up n mixture of Sago Tea nnd Sul
phur to keep her locks dark nnd
beautiful , and thousands of women
nnd men who vnluo that oven color,
that bor.utlful dark shade of hair
which Is so attractive, use only this
Nowadays wo get this famous inlx
turo by asking at any drug store for
u CO-cent bottle of "Wvcth's Sago nnd
Sulphur Compound." which darkens
tho hnlr so naturally, so evenly, thnt
nobody can possibly tell It has been
applied. Besides, it takes off dan
druff, stops scalp Itching and falling
hair. You Just dampen a spongo or
soft brush with It nnd Just draw this
through your hair, taking one smnll
strand at n time. By morning tho
grny hnlr disappears: but whnt de
lights tuc Indies with Wycth's Snge
and Sulphur Is thnt, besides beauti
fully darkening tho hnlr nfter a fow
applications, It also brings back the
gloss and lustro nnd glvB it an
appearance of nbundniico
New Theatre Conveniences
For Interurban Patrons
The Orem Interurban haa Inaugu
rated n new convenience for Its pat
rons, In tho form of securing thentro
tickets for Its patrons. In connec
tion with tho change of schedule, ap
pearing In another part of this paper,
tho company has Inaugurated n "tho
atro train," which takes the Utah
county people to Salt Lako City Just
In tlmo for them to get supper nt n
cafe nnd then go to nny 'ono of" tho
thentrlcnl or vnudcvllle performances,
More than this tho company has
mado nrrnngements whoreby Its pat
rons mny securo tickets during tho
day from any of Its local ngentB who
will keep a chart of the scats for
sale and then telephone them In as
they nre selected. A section will bo
reserved each evening for out of town
patrons till nfter the thentro car hns
loft, when those not tnken will bo H
sold to nny ono who cnlls nt tho box H
otllpe. A enr returns to Utah county H
as usunl after tho show.
assi:ssmi:.t no. i ,H
Vnieilcnii Copper .Mining Co., prlii- H
clpnl place of bushiest, Lehl, Utah. fi
Notlco Is hereby given thnt nt n iH
mrr-llng or tho Hoard of Directors of H
tho American Copper Mining Co., held 9
FrlWny Dec. IS, t'Jl-1, nn nssessment or 9H
$1 2D per tbousniul shares wns levied flH
on the outstanding cnpltnl stock, pny- 8fl
nblo Immediately lo Wm. ABhor, Sec- Bl
relnry. nl Lehl, Utah. Any stock up- tjfifl
on which this nssessment has not MB
been paid on Wednesday, Jan. 20th, flS
1915, will bo delinquent nnd ndvcrtls- H
ed for sale at public auction, and un- flH
less payment Is made before, will bo flj
sold on Saturdny, Feb, 20th, 1915, at 'flH
2 p m. at the olllco or the secretary, flfl
on Main Street, Lchl Utah, to pny 'fl
the delinquent assessment thereon to. H
gother with the cost or advertising tfl
and expenses or sale. Iflfl
WILLIAM ASHKIt, M
(First publication Der. 20, 1914.) HI
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION "H
Department of the Interior HJ
V S. Land Olllco at Salt Lake Cltv. fl
I tah, December 1, 1014. fll
Notice Is hereby given thnt Andrew fl
A Johnson, of Lehl, Utnh, who, on ,fll
December 21, 1909, nnd July 17, 1012, flfl
mado Homestead Entries, Serial Nos. fll
05272 and 010274, for SWV4 Section fll
23 nnd EVj of SEU, Section 22, town- H
Hhlp 5 South, Rnngo 2 West, Salt Lake
Meridian, hns filed notlco of Intention WM
to mnko flnnl llvo-yoar Proor, to es- MM
tnbllsh claim to tho lnnd above Ues- wM
erlbcd, bcroro tho Clerk of tho DIs- wfll
trlct Court, nt Provo, Utah, on th Sn
14th dny or January, ll5 ,lfl
Clnlmcnt nnmes ns witness '
John Devy, or Lehl, Utah; Brlp.hnm .ill
. Milliliter, or Lchl, Utnh: Peter ,flj
Adnmson, or Amorlcnn Fork Utnh; 'Ml
Jnmes H. Clarke, of American Fork, fl
E. D. R. THOMPSON, iQ
O. F. DAVIS, Attorney. )!
First Pub. Dec. G, 1914.-r.nst Pub. Ifli
Jan. 2, 191G. ijflj
In the District Court of tho Fourth rfll
Jttdlclnl District, State of Utah, ffl
County of Utah. (M
lit Re. Lchl Mill nnd Elevator Com- jflf
pauy, n Corporation of tho Stato of fll
To All Whom It Mny Couccrn: Sflj
Notice Is hereby given thnt Gcorgo C. fl
Robinson, a stockholder, has filed his fl
petition in tho above entitled court
prnylng for tho dissolution of tho Lchl
Mill nnd Elovntor Cotnnny, a Corporn. KV
Hon of the Stale of Utah. That said S
matter hns been set for hearing for W
Mondny tho 25th day of Jnnunry, 1915, Kl
nt ten o'clock a. in., of said dny at tho HI
Court Houso, nt Provo City, Utah H
County, Stnto of Utnh, nt which tlmo ifl
any person desiring to bo heard may frag
nppenr then nnd thcro and show cnuso Hm
If any thoy havo, why Bald corpora- MM
Hon should not bo dcBolved, and all jEjQ
portions who fall to appear shall bo KB
forever barred from objecting to tho l
dcssolutlon of said corporation,
By Order of tho Court,
A. V. ROBISON, Clerk. MM
By Orii Roylaucc, Deputy, fifl
JACOB EVANS. Attornoy for poll- W
First Pub. Dec. 19 last Jan. 23, 1915. flj
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On Main Street, Near D. & R. O S S
Buss Meets All Trains, i i
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OJfl To California I
Ot-U. an(i Return I
San Diego Exposition Opens
January 1, 1915. i
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IIS Siiiimicr All Winter In California. Tlekets Permit Mop.iur.s mid I) Itcne Jtoulcs.
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For liirormntlou, Train Schedu'.o.'ett)., onll on Ovy I Mm
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Or Write J. II. MANDK.tFIKI.D, A (1. P. A., Salt Lake City IfSlt