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' Combined With The Lehi Banner ' - IB
:at " ' - . '- ' l - ''.. . ' J ' No. '6 4ffl St '
business Men Boosting
1 Utah Make
I Initial Stop Here
.ifg"You and Me For Utah" Belna
P'lJKqed To Every Tovn In 8outhern
eAcd by Mayor C. Claronco Ncslon
Urioaldotit C. D. Ilawloy of tho
(UOrko Commorclal club, tho wholo
jaltwdca dopartinent caravan of
jtjScgniilzntlon, composing twonty
iwiUblloB pullod Into Lohl yestor
tft 10:45 a. in. for a 45 niiuuto
mSm at tho Wlnos Park. Lohl
57K3t and welcomed tho visitors,
4 to tho program and partook
WKSjspIrit tho vlBltors brought
yjSom, "Vou and Mo For Utah."
JKjjnorclal Club Prosldont JoBoph
JJjJJf." welcomed tho visitors In
1$SJ$t tho town and in tho courso
pHalk expressed rogrot that thoy
nmt nblo to roraaln longor horo
llpomo ncqualntod with tho ad-
itoffft tho section boasts ot In tho
torffiof fertile soils, now Jordan
section, sugar factory, otc.
A. Uocsloy responded for tho
with a short talk In which ho
JYe4j tho local townspeople for
fflJHMpltnllty. Ho then Introduced
sjkor J. E. Light.
InJjSght gavo a talk explaining tho
froflSfot tho excursion and compll
iteSjLchl for doveloplng tao sugar
wtrwand furnishing so many men,
vhave gono Into other territories
brought tho sugar business to its
teWtj&tato of perfection. Tho Idea
wujwr, Mr. Light explained, was
ireatSla spirit of "You and Mo
JutS' which is tho slogan adopt
yJthjTrado Excursion Commltteo
SwWlwaa forcofully brought out
fflMg sung by tho visitors:
HKgOnEVER BOOSTINQ UTAH
S(Tyie "Plowing Dubblcs)
plrlforovor boosting Utah,
fywtlso it ovorywhero.
iVivlBo so high,
h jffiffiroacn tho sky,
JilrlWeostlng way's will novor dlo,
UIhm'b always smiling,
ysla.ro ovor fair.
imfrlforovor boosting Utah,
arpld Utah ovorywhoro.
1lArlel quartet rendorod sovoral
ZWigd vocal selections that moro
"YjBSiscd those present. Jamos
.IrtKam ot Lohl load In tho sing- i
" R DAY AT
J Wins Daieball Contest.
d of ndvorso woathor condl.
TQ Labor Day outing nt Sara
Wwfta success. A largo crowd
present and onjoyod tho sports
jhtltrlmmod tho Drapor toam 4
Ibioho of tho best games ot tho
JWWrP All Tools,
illlfipod tools should be wrapped
iiyE2'S0 tncy w'" rust' nnd rU8t
tMn&lr, cutting edges. The careful
enUrXwrnps his tools In a woolen
Pt well oiled. Tho careful chnuf-
wrpa all polished tools before
ngQKem In tho tool box and keeps
away from the storage battery,
toraeVof which will quickly rust
r'jmi ' ,
MMttEOT YOUR EYES
h our up-to-dato goggles nnd ,
They rest tho eyes.
iVE. N. WEBB
Jglewelcr and Optometrist '
'B"At The Gift Shop."
'p7REET LEHI .
All tho boys and girls under 18
years of ago nro roquoslod to como to
school tho first woek nnd rcglstor.
Thoso who nro requlrod to earn their
own way may rocoivo working permits
for a few weeks from tho principal
of tho high school.
All students who doslro to work
away from homo should provldo thorn
solves with working permits. Thoso
permit) will bo Issued by tho Proba
tion Ofllcor, Mr. Floyd Goates of Lehi.
Employers nro asked not to accept
children In omploymont without work
This year credit will bo given for
actual attendance in school. A stu
dent who is successful in his school
work receives 12 credits for 30 wcoks
of work. Studonta who attend 33
weeks will rocoivo 11 crodits nnd
thoso who attend 30 wooks 10 credits.
Children may ontor school that aro
G year.? old boforo tho 1st of October.
Thoro aro many children whoso physl
enj ago Is not equnl to thofr chronol
ogical ago. All such children should
bo kept at homo until thoy aro soven
years old and somo until thoy nro
Superintendent Jas. II. Walkor.
Tho marrlago ot Miss Gonna Brad
shaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
F. Dradshaw, nnd Jamos Mark
Clarko of American Fork will toko
placo in tho Salt Lako Tomplo today.
On Friday ovoning tho nowly mnrriod
couplo will bo honored with a rocop
tion at tho homo ot tho brido's par
ents on Stato stroot. Following a
honeymoon trip to Zlon Canyon tho
young people will mako their homo
In Salt Lako City.
Last Wednesday Miss Almlra War
ner, ot Spanish Fork, was married to
Courtney Fcathorstono, son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. II. Fcnthorstono. Tho
marrlago was solomlzod in tho Salt
Lako Tomplo. A wedding recoptlon
was given thorn Thursday evening at
tho homo ot tho brido's paronts In
Frlonds and relatlvoo of Miss Flor
onco Wost of Pleasant Drove and
Frank Dovoy, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J.
Frank Dovoy ot this city, have ro
colved invitations to a wedding ro
caption to bo hold Soptembor ICth at
tho Dovoy homo In honor ot tho
young peoplo, who will bo married In
tho Salt Lako Tomplo that day.
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Long hnvo an
nounced tho ongagoment of' tholr
daughtor, Loonn, to ' Ernost Afton
Giles, tho marrlago to tako placo Wed
nesday, Soptombor 15th In tho Salt
Truo resignation, which always
brings with it confidence that un
changeable goodness will mako even
the disappointment of our hopes and
tho contradictions of life conducive
to somo benefit, casts a grave but tran
lull light over the prospect of even
i toilsome and troubled life, Humboldt
New Cold Compreis.
A new kind of cold compress for
i sore throat It made with a thin piece
)f gauze or an old handkerchief nbout
I Inches wide. Over that ono layer of
ibsorbent cotton Is laid and a strip of
:old wet cloth Is placed Inside. Tills
s pinned together carefully with tiny
"Mr. Irwin," said tho offlco clerk,
'you broko a pair of scissors, and
promised to buy a new pair to rcplaco
hem. So far you haven't bought
ihem." "Gosh," answered Mr, Irwin,
'that's simply sheer carelessness."
Aged Lehi Resident
Mrs. Ernest Ostorloh, mother of II.
E. Ostorloh nnd n realdont of Lohl for
a number of years, died nt hor homo
In tho First Ward of genornl debility
and old ago Saturday, Soptombor 4th.
Sho had enjoyed good health until
Just recently considering hor ago.
Usual Latterday Saint funoral ser
vices woro hold ovor hor romalns In
tho Lohl First Ward meeting houso,
Monday afternoon. Ulshop Whlpplo
olflclatod nnd tho ward choir with
Miss Lavom Peterson furnishod
musical numbers. Tho lnttor sang,
"Oh, My Fnthor," nnd tho choir, "1
Need Thoo Every Hour," "Josus
Lovor of My Soul" and "Through
Deepening Trials." John Bushman
pronounced tho Invocation and Martin
Bushman tho benediction. Edward
Southwlck and Ulshop Whlpplo offer
ed romarks and D. G. Wobb road tho
Following tho services tho romnlns
were taken to Provo by N. O. Malan
Mrs. Ernost Ostorloh is survived
by tho following children, II. E.
Ostorloh of Lohl, nnd Llna Karl and
Emll, a largo number of grandchildren
and many frlonds.
Tho following obituary was road
at tho funoral:
Matilda Thoresn Llobold Ostorloh,
was born at Hauma, Prussia, Novom
hor 10, 1835, married to Ernost
Ostcrloh of Holstodt, Prussia, April
7, 1854, and emigrated to America nt
onco. Thoy settled In Indiana whoro
thoy lived for 2 years and thon moved
to St. Joseph, Mo., whoro sho boro 8
chlldron, 4 of whom preceded hor to
tho Great Iloyond In Infancy. Tho 4
that havo made tholr homes In Utah
aro II. E., Linn, Knrl and Emll. Hor
husband dlod nbout 13 years ago at
Provo, Utah. Sho was n firm bollover
In tho Gospel ot Josus Christ ot Lat
terday Saints nnd has dono Tomplo
work for somo of hor relatives. Was
baptlzod In 1884.
Miss Hotta Fowler returned homo
Tuesdny from Drlggs, Idaho, whoro
sho spent sovoral wooks visiting hor
brothor, Ira Fowler.
A canyon pnrty was given nt Amorl-j
can Fork Canyon Sunday by Harold
Uonnott, editor ot tho Utah Chronlclo,
for tho members of tho Chronlclo staff.
Thoso In tho party Included: Miss
Orn Whlpplo, Havol Sholby, Miss Amy
Silver, Miss IIcbsIo Jonos, Miss Juno
Whlpplo nnd Mossrs. Harold Bonnott,
Ueed Gnrdnor, Gonor Thomas and
Lime Water Dread.
Lime Is lucking In tho tropics, gen
erally speaking, and for that reason
a medical authority urges tho eating
of bread made ot lime wator as a
means of supplying the necessary cle
ment to tho Hywtem.
THE VERY LATEST STYLES
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
A Bonnet for Kvery Pnco, tho
size of every purse, nnd ono that
will help the looks of tho very
host, ciin now he scon at
Splendid Showing of Fall
SPECIAL "SALE PRICE
Another new lot of them pretty
ginghnms just in. You hnvo
noticed a lot of DRESSY Gingham
Dresses; woll just nsk them where
they got them nnd then you will
come got yours at Broadhcnts
10 Pounds $2.10
25 Pounds 5.00
Sack .. 1J),85
1 Quart Jars', per dozen 1.12
2 Qunrt Mason Jnrs. 1.25
The Best Jar Rubbers,
3 dozen .. . . . ..25c
And if its extra good pickling
vinogar you wish you can get it
Iroadbi nit's Store
, : Organize
, Lohl Republicans mot In tho Tabor
naclo last ovoning nnd offoctod nn
organization to carry on tho work of
tho approaching campaign. 8. W.
Ross wns clfbson chnlrman and Mrs,
Molviu Johnson, vico-chalrman of tho
A commltoo comprised of a captain
nnd four mombors, two men and two
lacjtos, from each voting district woro
named. Thoy nro: District ono, 8.
McDonald, O. A. Slado, Jamos Holdon,
Mrs. Ellas M. Jones; district two,
Jool Moors, C. F. Johnson, Charlos
Collcdgo, Mrs. Chnrlos Dorton nnd
Mrs. lJ. 11. Watson; district threo, G.
a Peterson, W. A. Knight, Parloy
Austin, Mrs. W. A. lOilght and Mrs.
Fred Merrill, nnd district four, Hop
(bort Tnylor, Thomas Wobb, Jl W.
Wing, Mrs. Jnno Smith nnd Mrs.
A dolegatlon of thlrty-throo with
alternates woro named to go to tho
County Convontion at Provo, Soptom
It- wns dotermlnod that Lohl was
ontltlod to a nomination of n man for
tho Legislature and following a dls
cusslon W. A. Knight wns named as
tho man nnd the dologntlon to tho
county will boo that ho Is placed up
on tho' ticket. Josoph Uroadbont was
chosen' as, cnndldnto for Justice and
Josoph Collcdgo for proclnct con
stablo. Tho organizing of a HnrdlngCool
idgo Club horo wns also offoctod nt
tho mooting. Dlshop S. I. Goodwin
wns chosen prostdent, Herbert Tay
lor, vlco-prosldont, Dr. Knrl Reck,
socrotary and Frank Gnlsford, trea
surer. An executive committee com
posod, pf D. II, Carson, MolvJn John
son, Leonard Poterson nnd William
Ashor complotcd tho work of tho
Lohl women will moot Soptombor
22nd md qrganlzo a Women'a Re
publican CJufi horo.
Laying of Cciaeit
to StartNtxt Wiek
Mlxlno Plant Nearly Ready. Truck
ing Cement In For Work.
Tho Strango-McGuIro construction
company's mixing plant on tho Stato
road, which has boon under construe- ,
tion and nccossary ropairs bolng mado
for tho past threo wooks, Is about
ready for work. About two moro days
nnd It will bo In shupo for operation
nnd by Saturday or Monday actual
mixing and laying of tho concroto
1aso will begin, officials In charge ot
tho work announced yesterday.
Tho start will bo mado at tho cast
City limits from which point thoy will
work toward tho town contor. Yostor
day a small crow ot men woro Btartod
to putting In tho culverts nnd drains
necessary to toko caro of Irrigation
and dralnago waters.
For somo tlmo it has not boon
dollnlto what baso would bo used for
tho road but It Is now docldod that
part concroto and part rock baso will
bo used. Tho formor will bo U60d in
tho lowor swnmpy sections and tho
lattor on tho hlghor moro solid road
bed, about halt ot each It Is said.
Cotnont for tho work' Is being brought
in by truck. Two largo llvo-ton trucks
nro now busy bringing In tho coment
from tho mill north of Salt Lako.
To Put Out Gasoline Fire.
Whllo puro sawduat gives excellent
resulta In putting out a small gasollno
flro, a mlxturo of ton poundR of blear
bonnto of soda with 12 pounds of clean
sawdust Is tho best medium to hnve
on hand, says Everydny Engineering,
nave tho sawdust dry nnd freo from
chips. Tho sawdust forms an airtight
blanket ns It flouts on tho burning
liquid, and nt the snmo time tho heat
of tho flame generates carbonic ncld
gas. This gas, together with tho saw.
dust, keeps tho oxygen In tho air away
from the (lumo and quickly smoth
Character In Jewish Folklore.
"Llllth" Is a femalo demon of Jewish
folklore. The nnmo means "night mon
ster." In Rabbinical lltoraturo Llllth
becomes the wife of Adnm, but flics
away from him and becomes a demon.
Novor tell a girt thkt vho Is viva
done. If ypu do, sho will think: that It
Is up to her to giggle hor wny Into
your affections. not Springs Arkan
saw Thomas Cat
Complete Census Am
Report of County m
Lehi and Lehi Precinct as well as Whole County Shows Good Qalr-Leial I
Precinct Above 3.C0O Mark. ..-n -iH
, &'- ;H
i.V,J,LPrCC.,nct Can n?w boast ot a Population In oxcosa ot 3.G00. Tho rocont H
nrnnLT8 fE" for Ulnh comU c,t,8 ProolncU Is just aalon- '
weokta'tho Sun' t I'oTntZT thr propor rort 8 PMI-hod teat
3M1 Thl i ail nf1?1 EMC8 Loa Proclnct. deluding Lohl CltyVas H
to Lohl city proper. " "" nUro "& of which Is credited M
1n1n,nnalni,?lC lm? CaU80 l0 fl Blnd thnt wo nr increasing in num- H
hers as woll as progressing In othor ways. American Pork, Springvll o and ilH
Salom havo all lost slnco tho 1010 ennsus, whllo tho othor clt os and proclnots ;
of tho county has mado a gain. A study of tho complete report below will 1
show tho various ralo of growth that has boon mado by tho towns. H
Following Is n comploto summary of tho county's population: M
Alplno proclnct, Including Alplno city 529 C8C '62tf 'H
Amorlcnn I-'ork proclnct, including Amorlcan Pork city 3,200 3 220 2 732 iH
Uonjamln product 'C7C .,. ' 'H
Cedar Fort proclnct ,. .... 178 230 '21B lllH
Clinton precinct c0 x34". 1C0 JM
Colton precinct . ; 40 19i m .
Llborta proclnct ,. 300 .kl.v 'M
Fnlrllold proclnct 4...... nB 270' 108 M
Gonola proclnct .....:. m .. J M
Goshen proclnct, Including Goshon town......M.... C02 873 64C H
Highland proclnct 247 171 105 M
Lnkoshoro proclnct 4C7 C28 08 H
Lnkovlew proclnct . ..... 391 " 341 970 -iH
Lohl precinct, including Lohl city 3 531 3 344 3 0 H
Mnpleton proclnct, cooxtonslvo with Mnplotou town.... C80 C32 'tJ84 iH
Moslda proclnct ,57 " ,- M
Pnyson proclnct, Including Pnyson city "ZZZ 3,377 2.C7C 2 030 H
Ploasant Grovo proclnct, Including Pleasant Grove city 2,833 2.7C2 2400 'iHH
Pleasant Vlow proclnct '740 '087 ',5,57 M
Provo proclnct, cooxtonslvo 1 with Provo city . 10,303 8,925; 0.138 H
Snlom precinct, Including Salom town....- 827 8CG 804 'tH
Santnquln proclnct, Including Santaquln town 1,052 091 029 iH
Spanish Fork proclnct, Including Spanish Fork city-.... 4,172 3.751 3 327 H
Spring Lako precinct . .. ...., 2G2 188 232 H
Sprlngvlllo proclnct, Including 8prlngvlllo city 3,348 3,500 3,422 -H
Thlstlo proclnct 417 ' '40D '187 M
Tuckor proclnct 40 '. 373' 2U .m
Vlnoynrd proclnct coo 435 398 H
"JnnE proclnct ; 10!! '
Mount Nobo prcc net - 16a -HiH
Provo Donch precinct i,G04 1,004 602 'H
Incorporated places 'M
Alplno city . 470 4D8 C20 H
Amorlcan Fork city 2703 2 797 2 73!4 M
Mnploton city , uesMSiiiia rait '
vZB0R ,C'Ay -"7 l ' -2S&SIZS031 do?4 2,'55o
irovo city 10303 8g2C fllgc ' H
Salom town 'm 'm '8a4 i ;M
l8'"1" to" 070 015 830 'M
Spa nlsh Fork city 4i030 3,404 2,735 11
springviiio city 3;010 3;3C0 3;4'22 M
Totalpopulatlon of county- 40,792 37(942 324C0 'M
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Back to School I
Monday, Sept. 13 M
Smart Togs For I
Girls and Boys I
NEW DRESSES jH
SCHOOL SUITS ,JHS
SCHOOL SHOES 8
UNDERWEAR , W'
SWEATERS rf . ,-, $
HOSIER.. .-' 4,mMt'
OUTl STOCKS AR15 COMPLETE AND WE URGE jj&
MOTHERS TO INSPECT OUU OEEERINGS '. fj :,
AND .TUDOB FOR THEMSELVES Jt
titiij ViVLUES. a
People's Co-op. Inst. ,1
The Busy Store on State Street H
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