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B " Combined With The Lehi Banner If 1
HS . CE"HCPTAHTHURi55rnnreVEBaEHlBl1920 ,- ' " Wn m' il
if Million Dollars
oyee Of The Mill Receive
BeO 000. Beet Growers Paid
H ' $400,000.
H checks from tho ilolii sugar
Kr on tho tenth nntl llftoonth of
Honth totaled 4G0,000 or noarly
rtcr million dollars,
payees of tho mill, who wore
on the 10th, received n total of
Ho A ltttla over halt of this
nt came to Lohl men and girls
re than fifty percont of tho om
Bi oro Lchl people
K beet pay day was mado on tho
Kth when $400,000 wns distribute
Kong beot growers. This was a
lect pay doy nlnco fow farm
Hero ablo to got moro than a
part of tholr crop Into tho
H-r during October, bocauso of
Btromo weather. Tho Docombor
Ey will bo sovoral tlmoa as largo
Heal farmors. This amount In
Hs chocks for all boots rocclvod
s factory and not to local farm-
s gold that tho Utah-Idaho com
paid out a total of S5,000,000 to
Htrowers delivering boots to thorn.
Hmount ecuallng 110,000,000 was
Hbuted by nil of tho sugar com
K of Utah and Idaho.
rmistice day program
1 K local Chaptor of tho Sorvlco
Legion and Tho Daughters of tho
utlon wish to thank all of thoso
Assisted In making tho rocoptlon
Hon Armlstlco Day in honor of
Bo!d Stars of tho Sorvlco Star
n a success. Especially thoso
Htook part in tho program which
most spondldly carried out.
Ral Impromptu numbors woro add-
'H the regularly outlined program.
Kt enjoyablo tlmo was had and It
Hbe hoped that something of this
Bvlll becomo an annual affair on
Wednesday of last week, Miss
Andreason daughter of Mrs.
H)ttersan, was married to Robert
Hares of Salt Lake. Tho marrlngo
Hilace at tho homo of tho brides
Hr. and was performed by Bishop
pHvblpplo. A rocoptlon was givon
pBr honor tho samo uvoning. Mr.
Hra. Greaves will mako tholr
la Salt Lako.
B assossmont list and plat of
Bg district number throo having
1 completed; notico la hereby
1 that tho board of equalization
HeTlw will meot for ono hour;
H twelvo noon until ono o'clock
Bon tho following days Novombor
H 23rd 24tt, 2Cth, and 27th at
Blty hall to hear complaints.
PjPoard Of Equalization & Itoviow.
HE YOU BOUGHT THAT
HM don't do it until you sco our
tlon. Wo liavo Diamond Rings to
pKho particular customer.
IB also havo somo very lino Ruby
pflSaphlro Rings and Ulrthstono
H for every month.
H rings wo soil nothing but solid
Kn" bucked by a doublo guarantoo.
I E. N. WEBB
H Jeweler and Optometrist
"At The Gift Shop"
H STREET LEHI
FOURTH RED CROSS ROLL
CALL NOW ON
Tho local chaptor of tho Amorlcnn
Rod Cross hns launched a drive for the
Fourth Red Cross Roll Call The
campaign opened Thursday. Novomber
tlth and will continue to Thursday,
Novombor Zfith. During this porlod
It Is expected to enroll Just as many
niombors ns hns been In the organ
ization during tho past sovoral years
"Tho nurposo of tho Fourth Red
Cross Roll Cnll is not primarily for
funds," nnnounccd Miss Orr, managor
of tho Red Cross Roll Call recontly,
"It is to sccuro a largo membership
of pooplo with an Intelligent Interest
In tho work of tho Red Cross, without
which no organization, no matter how
splendid Its alms, can progress. Wo
want as widespread n membership as '
It Is possible for us to enroll so that
in each community tho greater per
cent of tho people will bo Rod Cross
members nnd thcrcforo Interested and
sympathetic concerning tho activities
of tho ned Cross of Peace."
Porsons Joining may loavo their
feo, which Is ono dollar, with clthor
bank or with Mrs. J. E. Cotter, presid
ent, or Mrs. Albert Rone, vico-prcsld-cnt.
Last Thursday In tho Salt Lako ,
Tomplo Drlghnm Young Mulllnor of ,
this city nnd Mrs. Mary Cartwrlght of
American Fork, woro united in marri
age Mr. nnd Mrs. Mulllner will
mako tholr homo In this city.
NEW CATTLE AND 8TOCK FEED
Dalrymon nnd cattle feeders locally !
aro rejoicing over tho recent Install
ation of a sugar Root Pulp Drier nt 1
tho West Jordan factory of tho Utah
Idaho Sugar Co.. This Installation .
means that feeders In this district
can now obtain Hect Pulp In such J
form as to enablo them to store it for ,
an Indcllnlto porlod nnd SO HAVE IT
FOR FEED ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
This' Is tho only Pulp Drier In Utah J
nnd Idaho, and already over 8000 bags
havo been dried. ,
Tho voluo of wot pulp for feed is f
well known, but farmors locally aro ,
comparatively unacquainted with the e
advantages of tho ubo of Dried HecJ t
Pulp. When It Is understood that t
Dried Root Pulp Is simply tho natural ;
beot shredded, clean nnd pure, with t
only tho greater part of tho sugar ,
and water oxtractcd, ono can readily j
understand its possibilities. t
Tho process of drying tho Pulp is t
hygcnlc In overy particular and tho ,
drying Is accomplished so quickly t
that th oro is no opportunity for for- ,
mentation and tho pulp has no chanco r
to sour. (
Dried Root Pulp under Govornment (
tests has been found to bo a most E
nnlntnliln. mirpiilent nnil nutrltloilH
vcgotablo feed. Dalrymon find that
cattlo cat Dried Reel Pulp with great
relish, and when deprived of grcon
food, do not suffor in health or fall off
In milk production If a suitable pro
portion of Dried Pulp Is included In
Govornment tests In Michigan show
that Dried Dcet Pulp In a mixed diet
produces as largo and ns economical
gains as corn.
Tho government tests in Wisconsin
show that Dried Root Pulp was found
bettor thnn corn for producing grow
th In owo lambs when oats woro fed
For stodrs, numerous tosts all ovor
tho country rovoal thnt Dried Doot
Pulp tendB to n moro rapid growth
and Is tho host feed obtainable for
tho early part of tho feeding porlod.
Cows oat Dried Deot Pulp with
great rollsh and splendid results. In
tosts whoro 2 lbs. of Drlod Root Pulp
and C lbs. of mixed hny replaced 4G
lbs. of corn sllngo, milk cows gavo
U moro milk nnd buttor. Dried
Reot Pulp Is popular with tho dairy
men who uso It, on account of its
slightly laxative and cooling offoct.
From all Information at hand you
will bo nblo tq food Dried Reot Pulp
from 1C to 20c cheaper than bran.
Got somo Dried P.oot Pulp and feed
It profornbly to ono cow whoso milk
rocord you know. Keep a rocord of
tho chango in hor production aftor
you feed Dried Root Pulp. It will ro
qulro only a fow duys to convlnco
you tho ndvnntnges to bo derived
from this food.
Ordor your pulp at once, as tho
quantity is limited. Tho prlco Is
$2.00 por cwt. to all boot growers, de
livered f. o. b. tholr railroad station;
nnd $2.00 por cwt. f. o. b West
Jordan factory to all non boot grow
ers. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH THE
UTAH-IDAHO SUGAR CO.
Salt Lake City, Utah. adv.
Editor of tho Lohl Sun
Door Sir Knowing your Interest
Hi matters pertaining to the wclfnro
of our fair city and Its citizens. I ask
you to publish the following answer
to nn nrtlclo published In your last
Issue purporting to havo boon pub
llshed by tho Lohl Post No It) of tho
American Legion, wo nro plansod to"
noto howovor, that such was not tho
caso as sovoral Legion mombors did
not ondorso such action and personal
ly ofTcred their regrets nt tho.con
tomptahlc method suggested thoroln.
Tho statements mado by tho writer
aro not true ns to facts.
It Is n well known fact that all
business enterprises must havo a
manager, a head, the Smuin Dancing
Academy Is no exception to tho rulo,
tho mnnngor being Lester R. Smuin
an Amorlcan Lcglonalre, nn ox-sor-vlco
man from over sens, not ono of
tho dratted variety, but a voluntcor,
I10 Is tho man to sign up contracts
with those who wish dates reserved.
Thoso nro tho facts, two weeks prior
to Armlstlco dny a representative of
Post No. 19 enmo to mo nnd nskod
could tho hall bo secured for that
night, Novombor 11th, I nnsworod
thnt I could not glvo a doflnlto
inswor that ho must sco or tolephono
tho manager, but ho did not do so
Uthough Lester was .down threo
limes, spending tho entire day hero
)ii election day and could easily havo
39011 seon had they wanted to see him
)r mado any effort to do so. Furthor
uoro I took it upon myself to
personally sco Mr. Leo Goatos and ad
Iso him that It they wanted tho hall
hoy had bettor mnko tholr resor
ption, thoy fnllod to do so and not
mother word was spokon about tho
nattor, consoquontly whon tho tlmo
irrlvcd to nhnounco our dance wo
ent ahead bellovlng that tho Legion
toys had abandonod their Idea of glv
ng n dnnco on thnt date. Tho per
ion who wrote tho nrtlclo ndmlts thnt
hoy nover mado a reservation, such
act Is plainly visible to nny ono who
vlll carefully read tho artlclo roforred
0 which Is as follows: "Wo tho
nombors of tho Post No. 19 American
..oglon, wish to inform tho public that
his dato was taken away from us
tfter wo bad spoken for it and had
tot yot complotcd arrangements with
ho inanngomenL" Would nny snno
nan say that you can tako away from
1 porson thnt which ho hath not? or
sxpect somo ono to entor into a con
ract for him without authority to do
10, I think not.
Tho clrcumstnnco is tho rosnlt of
'"'' mi. 1 I I II II i.
WE ARE ON THE JOB
You will notico our nd Is small
SO ARE OUR PRICES
Wo nro bidding for your buslnoss.
Wo will savo you money no matter
what tho other follow offors, our
prices aro less.
WE OFFER YOU TODAY
Sugar, por sack .$11.95
10 Pound Sack Rolled Oats 70
Ono Pound Pnckago Now Raisins .25
5 Pound Can Syrup .65
5 Pound Cnn Molnssos .55
ROADBENT & SON I
ARE IN THE LEAD I
WITH LOW PRICES. I
THEY ARE IN LEAD. J
Rost Outing Flannels roduced to 20c
Calico down to 15c
And nig Reductions on all Dross
It will pay you to shop at
Broadbent & Son's
MILLINERY AT 'g PRICE
Now shipment of shoos Just In nnd
prlcos nro way down.
has Ju' 1 unloaded his ontlro pack at
Toys and presents for all.
P. S. Wo Covor Dross Iluttons and
Framo Plcturos. Agents for Mormon
Inofllcloncy, nogllgonco nnd n total
disregard for business rules nnd
othlcs which Is pitiful to behold In
thoso entrusted with tho management
of our local Post. Tho wrltor reminds
mo of a spoiled child, who is in his
impotent rngo worljs himself Into a
fury bocauso somo ono Is not a mind
render capablo of nntlclpntlng his
wlshos nnd granting them without his
asking for what ho wants. Tho nrtlclo
la obWously false as to facts and In
lUbstnnco Is mnllclously misleading
nnd currllous. I fool Justly proud of
tho record of my two boys In tho sor
vlco of our country, proud of our
hall and what little wo havo dono to
build up our city nnd of our actions
In what wo havo dono In giving all
tho support posslblo during tho war
to overy good cause, and at nil tlmos
to nny and every chnrltnblo and
worjthy purposo commonsurato with
our, ability so to do, but wo Insist In
running our buslnoss to suit our
sclvoa nnd not leaving it to ovory
mcddlcsonio upstnrt or rattlo bralnod
Jacknnpcs to toll us whnt wo shnll do.
Lot him como In whatsoovor gulso ho
may. Wo approclato our frlonds and
tho patronago of tho public. Courto
one trcatmont, good clean sorvlco to
the 'public under ns liberal torms as
good sound buslnoss principles will
pormlt Is over our motto.
Yours vory rospectfully,
J. D. SMUIN.
Mrs.JIyrum Klrkham was a Plea
sant Grovo visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. John Dovoy spont Inst wooliTln
Salt Lako with relatives.
Approporato funeral osrvlcos woro
hold Sunday afternoon ovor tho re
mains of Fredrick S. Harrison, who
was killed In Franco in 1918 whtlo
serving his country. Tho body was
brought bnck homo undor tho super
vision of tho United Sttacs govern
ment nnd arrived In Lohl Wodnesday
of last week. Tho Lchl A'morlcan
Legion Post No. 19 conducted tho ser
vices with Secretary U, W. Gray tak
Services opened with a trio sing
ing, "Ono Sweot Solomn Thought,"
followed by Invocation pronounced by
Senator Edward Soutbwlck. Noxt In
ordor wob a solo by Prof Abraham
Anderson. Speakors Included Lt. Col.
Jorgonson, of Salt Lako, Elder A. U.
Andorson and Loo W. Goatos. Tho
latter also read resolutions of respect
from tho Lohl Sorvlco Star Legion.
Each ono of tho speakers paid tributes
to tho young man for tho groat part
ho took in protoctlng Amorlca nnd tho
world from tho ambitious Contrni
powors. Other musical numbors in
cluded solos by Miss Lillian Kundson
nnd Mrs. Amy Dlackhurst and a trio
by Miss Kundson, Mrs. Dlackhurst and
Prof. Andorson. Ilonodlctlon wns pro
nounced by Councilman M. S. Lott.
A vory largo number of Lchl citizens
nnd friends attended tho uorvicos,
1 ' ' ' - fill
paying tholr last respocts to ono' of III
Lohl's soldlors. Tho Amorlcan Legion ifl
members nnd tho Sorvlco Star Lcgfon, 4'H
nttonded In a body. !
RESOLUTIONS OP RE8PECT . JU
DY-8ERVICE STAR LEQlON WM
Whoreas, It has ploasod our Heaven- H
ly Father, In Ills all-wtso provldonco, f H
to romovo from our midst, Corporal TH
Fredrick Harrison, (tho beloved
son of our dear slstor Ellzaboth $l
Crolghton) who dopartcd from this JH
life April 2G, 101U. '
Rosolvod, that wo, tho mombors of '. H
tho Sorvlco Star Loglon of Lohl do . B
oxtond to Mrs. Crolghton and family, . H
our heartfelt sympathy and consolonco " H
In this their hour of sorrow, trusting H
that In this tholr oarthly loss, thoy , H
may bo ablo to boo tho Dlvlno Powor ' H
"boyond whoso lovo and caro wo can II
not drift." Do lt furthor rosolvod; II
That n copy of thoso resolutions
bo sont to Mrs. Crolghton, a copy bo H
placed upon tho records of tho Sor- H
vlco Star Legion, and a copy bo sont H
to tho Lohl Sun for publication. , H
IONE GILCHRIST, $
ALICE TUCKFIELD, &M
LOUIE GOATES, JH
Mrs. John It. Ilono of Llndon, waB !
tho guest of Lohl rolativoa Tuosday. JH
DONT BE DECEIVED 1
IS ON v I
STATE STREET I
ENTIRE LINE OF -M
il COATS, SUITS, DRESSES !' I
and MILLINERY 1
HALF PRICE J
if Big Reductions in 1
! Every Department I
1 Don't buy anything from any body i Jl
until you get our prices I
People's Co.op. Inst. I
I The Busy Store on State Street f fl
J LEW UTAH I
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m E. FORREST TAYJLUlt J- J "
I Til a I?! Hi TTI MISS ANNE BBREYMAN OttlUtClcl.y f
H JL IlV AW And the Rotation Stock Company 1
H TO OUR FRIENDS NftVfimhpT 20 I
I1WI The Kotntion Stock Company has been praoticnlly ro-orgnn- mvivhimvi fci 1
lll rcd, because Wo want you to have the best. "TIH3 OAB1N IN S" T A 41
H TUElirLLS" is a splendid play for this Company, giving each M mW A I W
K rril W XT Til f9 member an exceptionally good part. Plenty of real comedy, a rVJ I " I - fl
I I Ua Ulile Imuul now production; in fact this should prove the theatrical - ., jm
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