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title: 'The Lehi sun. (Lehi, Utah) 1913-1949, August 26, 1920, Page 3, Image 3',
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J Catarrh Cannot Bo Cured
with LOGAti M-I'LI'JATIONS, cis they
Catarrh w a K ,a duen, rtreatly In
fluenced by co.Htuut'onai conditions and
In order to era It you mat take an
Internal roraedy Hails Catarrh Modi
cine Is tak(n li fer mlly mid acts thru
tho blood n t'ie mirous turfacoo of tha
aysiert. I 1! s t tarrh Mrdlclno was
prose-rue 1 !y . ,-, f the best physicians
Ei?Ki-0-fi "?'?.?. ot u' bMt tonlc known.
JV?I '?" J'1. .Pf,ct combination of
tho lnjrrcdlenla In Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine Is what produ C3 iuch wonderful
miU.mon?a,?rral c0m- Send for
Hall's 1 orally j-ilW ror constipation.
.chl'a Business Establishment! and
Professional Men. All are Reliable
and tholr Honesty and Square Deal
ings can be Vouched for by us.
I THE ELECTRIC
; BAKERY and CAFE J
T iIodorn electrically equipped.
Tbakary oatabllthaaoat. T
Always a full atock of fren
broad, cakes and pastry.
Meals served at all hours. 4
J Julius Otterson, Prop. J
MyviN STREET LBHI
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4 H' 4'4, ,r"l'
-NEW LIVERY STABLE
4. Livery; Auto Service; Hear
and Hacks (or funerals. . 4,
Special rates to Salt Lake (or
parties of four and more. Basae
Jjrata as railroad.
J Joseph Hammer, Prop.
J let West Street
Half Dlook South Main Street
Th6 Science of the Human 8plns
If and Its adjustment
mt J. M. GRANT, D. 0. t
W4 phone 113 American Fork
'JiAMERICAN FORK LEHI
J4J PLEA8ANT QROVE
'? t& ,
HERBERT TAYLOR J
t NOTARY PUBLIC J
Ey FIRE AND AUTOMOBILE J
I' People's Bank of Lehi
STATE STREET LEHI
. . ..' 4 :
I N. 0. MALAN J
UNDERTAKER and BMBALMER
p Opon Day and Night
J Telephone 44
? Lehi, Utah. I
HENRY LEWIS J
FinB INSURANCE! REAL. B8TATH
4 Bonos furalshsd for aaytalas 4.
V nsprsssntlns Lion Ooncuna Co. '
5 Omaha, Neb.
? NOTARY PUBUO .
M-. "Delia," said Mrs. Barrows stonily.
K'l mot that policeman today who sat
Ka tho kltchon with you so Ions last
Bight. I took advantago of tho op
portunlty to spoak to him."
mjk "Ob, go on now," ropllod Dolla, with
7 smllo. "Yo noodn't think that'll
wako mo ono bit Jealous, mum, 01
jFhavo got him safe enough,"
ijpUR WANT ADS !
SfOR SALE Young Whlto Chostor
lMgs. Soe Francis WoolBton, Lohl.
JBpV ANTED CHICICBNS Highest :
racash prico paid for poultry of all
PfklhdB. Mark Shaw, Tolophona 47-J.
jMsyLOST A blockL pin "olghtoon"
ntod on It. Fludor return to Francis
MPARM WANTED-Wantod to hoar
rom owner of farm or good laud for
"0. Must ho priced right. Wrlto L.
iob, nox C51, Olnoy, 111. adv.
vOST Small Bultcaso, July 3rd, bo
son Lohl Hospital and Amorlcan
rk. Finder may koop monoy if ho
II roturn caso and contents. Ho
n Sun oinco. 8-26-lt
)RY FARM FOR SALE
160 aero tract of good dry
rm land west of Lehi near
ay hods. Clear title from
ato. "Water on place for
Hgtock. Oamp house. Clear
Kitlo guaranteed. Time givon
Kn place. $35.00 per acre.
W See Owner
THE LEHI SUN
Pubislied every Tliiirsilny at
A. F QAISFORD. .MnHnger
Entered nt the postofike nt Lehi,
Utnh, ns rccoihI class matter.
One yenr, in advance $1.50
WAH STAIC JKSICIMIM
Fall Millinery I'ooplo's Coop. adv.
A lino baby boy nrrlved at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Max Itotho
During Inst week Max Itotho re
ceived his patent to his 1G0 acre dry
Duy your winter coat now at a big
saving. Seo I'eoplo's Coop. ad. adv.
Chris Hanson, who is cmployod at
Wost Jordan, spent Sunday hero with
Mr. and Mrs. Junius A. West of
Ploasant Orovo woro tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. Howard Wost, Sun
Mrs. A. E. Sorenson of Lohl,
announces tho engagement of her
daughter, Anna, to Mr. James Jack
son of Uromorton, Washington. Tho
marrlago to tako placo first weok In
Mr. and Mrs. David Carson, Mr.
and Mrs, William Carson, Mrs. Hachol
Carson, Miss Dolla Carson and Mr.
Dogolbock went to Falrllold Monday
to attend tho funoral of Jacob Mc
Kinney, who died Saturday following
a long illness.
August Salo of Hush Coats at
Peoplo's Co-op. adv.
Mrs. Harvey Lowls successfully
undorwont an operation at tho L. D
S. hospital Saturday. It was found
nocossary to romovo her gall-bladder.
This is tha eighth oporation in tho
past slxtoon years that Mrs. Lowls
has undorgono, an oxporlenco which
few persons -bavo to undorgo.
Tho fourth nod Cross Roll Call will
bo hold from Armlstlco Day, Novem
ber 11, to Thanksgiving Day, Novem
ber 25, 1020. Announcement of tho
tlmo sot for tho renewal of member
ships and for tho securing of now
mombors was mado rocoutly by
Maurico Willows, acting manager of
tho Mountain Division, following tho
dotormlnatTon of tho dato by tho
oxocutlvo commlttoo of tho Rod Croso
at Washington. It will bo noted
that under this arrangomont tho
Chapter workers will hnvo moro tlmo
for signing up now mombors than was
allowed last fall.
School toggery for boys and girls
at I'ooplo's Co-op. adv.
Mrs. Alvrina Wilcox was tho re
cipient of n ploasant birthday party
Friday in honor of her COth birth
annivorsary. Tho affair was givon at
tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. "Fon" Wil
cox and besides local relatives and
frionds tho following out-of-town
guests woro present: Mr. and Mrs.
Sylvester Wilcox of St. Georgo, Mrs.
Ruby Elsmour and children of Salt
Lako and Mrs. Roso Hanson of Amorl
can Fork. Mrs. Wilcox was born at
Chlinnoy Rock Pass in an old plains
scowncr In which her parents woro
making their way to Utah In com
pany with othor plonoors.
A swell lino of now fall niilllnory at
Peoplo's Co-op. adv.
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Goodyear Mileage and I
Tires for Small Cars I ii
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t A well built tire yields much more 1 if
mileage for each dollar of cost than U 1 m
12 a tlxe Pun?osely made to be offered 8;
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Jfy I tion of Goodyear experience, expert- ) I
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SjyA I voted to these sizes.
Wgf I If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, I
fflw , Maxwell or other car taking these
pS I sizes, go to your nearest Service H
WW I j Station for Goodyear Tiresfor the . -
IfflB&r 1 I I real worth and endurance that Good- v I
wlW year uis into taem I
30 x3V4 Goodyear Double-Cure $'1'250 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost no more than the price H
Fabric, All-Weather Tread tJ you arc asked to pay for tubes of less merit why risk coitly H
30x3 Goodyear Single-Cure AISO Ca,lnE, whe? ,uch ,ure Pro,ectlon U available? $450
Fabric, AnUlddTreai-. Lr 30x3 size in waterproof bag H
Foil Millinery I'ooplo's Co-op. adv
Ethor Carson of Falrllold, was a
Lohl visitor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allred woro Salt
Lako visitors Sunday.
Miss Mabel Olios was tho guost of
Provo relatlvos on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mlko Drown of Dolta,
woro weok-end visitors in Lohl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shaw spent Wed
nesday at Salt Lako City.
School toggery for boys and girls
at Pooplo's Co-op. adv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Robbtns woro
Salt Lako visitors Wednesday of last
A swoll lino of now fall mllllnory at
Pooplo's Co-op. adv.
Archlo Soronson of Mldvalo was
visiting with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs, Soren Soronson, Saturday.
STATE STREET, LEHI
THE BANK WHERE YOU PEEL
J. E. Hacker spoilt Thursday and I
Friday In Salt Lako.
W. E. Hacker mado a buslnoss trip
to Provo Friday.
Fall Mllllnory Pooplo's Coop. adv.
Miss Qoorgla Whitman Is visiting in
Salt Lako this wook. ,
Mrs. Laura Doddo 1b spondlug this :
wook In Spanish Fork with relatlvos ;
Miss Rota Roborts of Murtaugh, ;
Idaho, Is visiting horo with rolatlvos :
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Potorson aro ;
attending the Black Hawk reunion In :
Mt. Pleasant this week.
August Salo of Plush Coats at
Peoplo's Co-op. adv.
Mrs. Frank Dovey spent Thursday
and Friday in Alplno visiting with
hor mother, Mrs. Okoy.
Miss Alta Datoman returned homo
Tuesday, aftor spending hor vacation
In Cedar City and Zlon Canyon,
Mr. and Mrs. John Coopor of Salt
Lako, spent last wook horo with Mr.
and Mrs. Parley Austin.
Tho Fifth Ward Sunday School
teachers and ofllcors enjoyod an out
ing to Saltalr on Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Shlrloy alios of
Amorlcan Fork, woro Sunday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Olios.
School toggery for boys and girls
at Pooplo's Co-op, adv.
Mrs. Chris Anderson and Mrs.
Ellzaboth Frank of Salt Lako woro
tho Sunday guests of Mrs. J, W.
Culbort House was callod horo Sun
day from his homo In Nowdalo, Idaho,
I on account of his daughtor's serious
A ton pound baby girl arrived at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. James II.
Oray, Friday. Mother and babo are
Miss Dolla Ilarvoy, daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Georgo Ilarvoy, was oper
I a tod 011 for appendicitis ut tho local
For You 1
means business for us. That's why wo aro H
so careful to send ovory job out of. our H
I garage as it should be done. H
Make this your headquarters when H
trouble catches you. . H
BEST MECHANICS k ,
I BEST TIRES
I and H
BEST SERVICE GIVEN HERE
RiisoR Ginge ft Eliotrio Supply
0. G. KEARNEY, Manager M
STATE STREET Tel. 30-W LEHI, UTAH fl
1 1 . (Wff
JnmoH Klrkliam of Salt Lako, was
visiting Lehi rolatlvos Sunday,
Mrs. Frank Sharp spoilt last weok
In Provo visiting with rolatlvos,
Mr. and Mrs. J, E, Mason enter
tained at dinner Sunday for Mr. nnd
Mrs. Reuben Russon, Mnttlo Davis
and Jennie Peterson,
Mrs. Maggto Larson and children
roturned to their homo In Logan lust I
wook aftor spending sovoral months
horo with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Julia Thomas entortalnod at
dlrnor Monday. Mrs. Laura lleddo,
Mrs. J. W. Frank, Mrs. William Rolfo,
and Miss Edna Rolfo woro tho guests.
Filonds surprisod Mr. and Mrs.
Carlos Schow last Friday ovonlng.
Sovoral hours woro spont In gainos
and muslo followed by tho serving of
a dainty luncheon,
THE BIG 4 A
Keep tho vital organs healthy by a
regularly taking the world's Btand- Jf '
ard remedy for kidney, liver. ML k
bladder and uric acid troubles w 4
The National Remedy of Holland for ,M
centuries and endorsed by Queen Wllhel- K
mlna. At all druggists, thjo sizes. H
Look for lb ntr Coll UtJtloa eitrf Lox xfl
nd ccDt no ioilullaa fm
"Wo can't koop Edward at homo," IB
they said. '
Henco all tho neighbors aro raising