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T 'VOLTVU. LEHl7UTAHrTkURgDA"YrjULY"277f022 " H "afTst fH
Utah Products Campaign Opens Here Today 1
ILEHI BOOSTING UTAH MADE
r 00008 FOR TEN DAYS, COM
MENCINQ TODAY AND CON
TINUEINQ TO AUQU8T 6. BU8I
NESS CLUB STARTS CAMPAIGN.
What promises to dovelop Into a
v big movement In tho state commoncod
' In our llttlo city o( Lohl, with tho
' Lohl llUBlncsa Club. It Is tho Idea of
Doost and liuy Utah Manufactured
Goods during tho campaign and
thonco forward. Tho campaign opons
today (Thursday) and contlnuos
through this wook and next, ending
Saturday, August Ctb.
During this ton days all show win
dows In tho city's business district
liavo boon turned ovor to Lohl and
Utah manufacturers for tho display
of their products. Every merchant
of tho town will display and push
. Utah mado goods In proferanco to
.ovory thing else. Tho Lohl UusInosB
Club membors and their wives aro all
behind tho movomont and It U sato
ta predict that beforo tho wook is
over most of tho cltlzons of tho city
I will bo ardent boosters of Lohl and
A state campaign of tho same
naturo 1b now outlined for noxt month
nud will bo handlod by tho Utah
Manufacturers Association. Tho idoa
has beorTfollowcd up In other states
with ro turns hardly concolvablo.
Thoro is nothing that gives tbo steady
salaries to labor that manufacturing
? does. And there is nothing that
makes for a- bigger and bettor stato
than steadily employed labor. This
Is just what Utah needs now to fur
ther hor dovolopment and bring in
population, The quickest and best
moans of enlarging our present con
corns and' to sectiro new ones is for
the general public to got bohlnd tho
--, , JmfeT:wU.prdu!t8 and Insist that
they be carried and sofiToy ovory
Special program and concerts aro
being nrranged for tho campaign to
got tho people out and lntorostod.
Friday and Saturday band concorts
- will bo given on Main Stroot and
Tho window displays of tho Lohl
Coroal and Lohl Roller Mills with tho
many othor concerns of tho stato
should attract much attention. Tho
companies have gotten up some very
good doBlgns and it Is woll worth tho
tlmo of overy citizen to visit and
study the windows. Almost ovory
concern In tho state of any slzo is
represented with ouo or mora dls
1 plays. Spoclal window decorators
woro In town most of yesterday put
ting tbo displays up.
I Wo should all adopt tho slogan
( "Utah Goods For Mo."
r BUSINESS CLUB MEETING
i The Lehl Duslness Club mombors
and their wives onjoyed a social and
mooting on tho lawn of Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Cutlor Thursday evonlng.
Somo sixty persons woro presont.
Tho party was arranged for tho
purpose of perfecting plans for the
carrying out of tho Utah Products
Campaign. Almost tho ontlro mem
bership with tholr partners woro
present besides a numbor of out-of-town
and local guests. Mr. and Mrs.
Z. Garrett S. Wllkins and Mr. and Mrs.
- John S. Earloy of Salt Lako woro
present. Mr. Wilklns is president
and Mr. Earley socrotary of tho Utah
Tho mooting opening with all sing
ing "America" nftor which J. D. Wat
son explained tho idea of Utah Pro
ducts Campaign and Introduced Mr.
Wilklns and Earley. Tho former re
sponded with a talk oxplalnlng tho
stato campaign next month nnd urg
ing Lohl to got bohlnd that movo
mont. Mr. Earloy emphasized tho
good rosuUs to bo socurcd from tho
ladies getting bohlnd tho presont
movomont, sinco ho Bald they did
eighty percent of the buying. Pros.
A. J. Evans spoko telling of how they
boost In California whoro they havo
nothing of tho natural resources that
Pnllnwlnt- tlin nrncrnm thn lmlln-i
sorved a very delightful luncheon,
"JEFF" DAVIS BURIED
Etan L. Davis, hotter known to his
friends hero as "Jeff" Davis, passed
away at Salt Lako City Saturday.
His health has boon falling for somo
yoars and recently ho had been con
fined to a hospital.
Tho 'body was sont to Lohi Tues
day morning and sorvices conductod
In tho Second Ward mooting house in
tho aftornoon. Bishop S. I Goodwin
officiated and the ward choir furnish
ed musical, numbers Including, "0
My Father" nnd with Miss Loralno
Davis, "I liavo Read of a Beautiful
City. Mrs. H. B. McAfteo rendered n
boIo, "perfect Day."
Invocation was offorod by G, S
Potorson of tho Ward -Bishopric.
John Roberts pronounced the bono'
Speakers Included Martin Bushman,
II. C. Wobb, Bishop's Counselor, and
l. J. Evans.
Jntormont was In tho Lohl cemotory
whoro tho gravo dedication wasrS
nounced by Bishop Goodwin.
Tho following biography was road:
Biographical Sketch of Efan Lloyd
Efan Lloyd Davis was born al
Myrthur Kldvlll, South Wales, Greal
Britain on May 4. 1854.
Ills father and mother bolng very
devout Latter-day Saints, thoy had
him bnptlsed into tho Church when
about 12 years of ago. Ho omlgrated
to America In tho year 18C9 and soon
came to Utah whoro ho has lived tho
greater part of the time. His principal
occupation was hording shoop for
various parties. In politics ho was
an ardent supporter of the Republican
party prizing his cltlzonshlp very
highly, nnd for yoars and years was
found on oloctlon day delivering his
ballot 'at the polos though many tlmos
having to como long distances to do
so. He was a mombor of tho Odd
Follows lodgo nnd so familiar was ho
that ho occupied ovory chair in ita
In tho year 1904 ho married Sarah
Burgln of Lehl and it Is said by hor
chlldron that ho was vory kind to
them, thoy bolng small at tho time ot
tho marrlago ot tholr mother to him.
Ho was of a vory kind and affable
disposition, having but tow it any,
onomles. His health ibogan to fall
him about one year and a half age
and ho contlnuod to grow gradually
worso until Saturday, July 22, 1922,
whon tho end camo In St. MarkE
hoBpltal, Salt Lako City, Utah, at the
ago of C8 yoars, 2 months and li
SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL WATCHES
If you nro thinkiug of getting a new watch,
cither wrist.watch or any other style, let us help you
make your selection.
E. N. WEBB
I Jeweler and Optometrist
1 I At The Gift1 Shop.
-I Main Street . , Lehi
Utah Products Campaigh
Lclii Qniupait;iJpirS Today. .
Huns Ten Days to MJjust 5. ,.r
Kvory Citizen Urgpdtti'i lltty Lolii nid Utnli Products.-..
Lciii Business ClubBeliind Movement,
All Show WindowHjJJY'einmg with Utah Products. , .,
Big AdvertiscmciiWkfin This Issue Listing Utnh Mndo
.Goods. 1 w
Steady Payrolls Helps Everyone. ( ' j.
Our Slogan '-'UTATI GOODS FOR ME.'' ' "v-
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CITY TAX LiVY CUT
TWO MILLS THIS YEAR
WATER W0RK8 NOW PAYING EX- i
PENSE8. THIS FUND LEVY 1
AB0LI8HED. OTHERS ABOUT I
THE SAME AS LAST YEAR. I
Lohl City tax lovy for tho-year 1922
was mado Thursday evening by tbu
. City Council In regular aesalon. Iu
chocking tho oxpendltures of tho past
nix mouths it Was found that' a levy
or twenty-two mills is necessary to
run the city and provide for the. sink- :
ing funds. , - i
1 Contingent Expenses '..4-.. ..B Mills .
2 Street" and Sldowalk , 2 Mills I
I 2 Contingent Sinking 3 Mills '
4 Wator Sinking 4 Mills
: 5 Electric Lights 2 Mills
. C Library 1 Mill
7 Memorial and City Hall C Mills ,
Total 22 Mills i
Ao levy is the samo as last year, '
it will be noted, with the exception '
of Wator Works Fund which is not '
levied for this yoar. It carrlod a levy j
ot two mills- last yoar. In checking
expenditures und disbursements in j
this fund it was found the water ro
culpts were taking care ot the expendl- j
turos and thoroforo tho lovy ot two
mills was not nocessary. ,
Tho cut In tho lovy together with
tho slight assessed valuation cuts will i
savo the taxpayers of tbo city some
$5,000 dollars fir in other words tho i
not taxes received this year will bo
$5,000 less than received for 1921.
LEHI CITY TAX LEVY 0
In this issuo ot tho Sun, you will
Ilnd tho tax lovy for this yoar as 1
made by your City Council. Whllo
It will not suit all of our tax payers
It has rocolvod a groat deal of thought I
and study, as to tho amounts that
will bo roqulrod for tho sevoral funds" j
that have to bo taken care ot at tho !
Bamo tlmo, not forgetting the tax
burdons that tho pooplo have boon
callod on to stand by oxcesslvjo tax- j
atiou and realizing that it cannot bo
: all changod In ono yoar, and tako caro j
of our City's obligations, which must (
bo done to koop the crodlt ot our j
City good. (
You will Hud by looking at your tax j
notices that our taxes havo been f
climbing higher overy yoar for the i
past 25 years or moro, and tho last
fow yoars our taxo have jumped al- I
most boyond our ability to moot them,
This thing must stop.
I feel It has reachod tho oxtromo '
limit, that tho pooplo aro able to '
stand. It has bocomo a sore burden ,
on our cltlzons, making Lohi a place '
to got out of, ruther than a good place
to llvo in, nnd thoro must ho a change i
of policy and a starting downward in i
our City's taxes, it only small at i
first, (It continued, and it can bo) in i
a few years Lohl will bo a bettor g
place to llvo In and not a placo to jj
barely exist. g
Wo should encourage homo building jj
and tho beautifying ot our homes by tj
cutting out tbo fear, If we nail an t
sxtra picket on our fenco, plant a
awn around our homo, or a fow
lowers, thoron, that our taxes will bo
altod unthlnkably, as has been in
iho pnst. Wo should try and mako
(Continued on pago 3)
M. I. A. CONFERENCE SUNDAY
Tho Stako M. I. A. Conference will
3o hold at Pleasant Qrovo Sunday
jvenlng, July 30th. A band poncort
will Je jtViWH.7'te,8(P.tH.-MlvlS
I. Ballard will be tho sfwakerand his
;alk will bo on tho M. I. A. Slogan,
'Wo Stand for a Pure Ufo Through
Jloan Thoughts and Actions."
MEETING, 8PORT8 PROGRAM AWd
OTHER FEATURES" MAKE BIG
Tho Bovonty-Ilfth anniversary ot the
arrival of tho Utah Ploneora was
colobratod horo on Monday In good
stylo. Tho day was ushered In with
booming salutes, sunrlso heralded
with hoisting of tho Stars and Strlpos
and as tho morning progressed tho
Junior Hand, undor tho direction ot
Prof. Abraham Asidorsou, serenaded
In tho foronon a patrlotio program
was glvon in tho High School Audi
torium at which there was presont a
big numbor ot cltlzons, A dollghtful
musical program was rondorcd and
tho oration by Prof. A. B. Andorson
was exceptionally good. i
In tho aftornoon the kiddles onjoy
ed it dance and sports and tho oldor
cltlzons attended. tho baseball gamo
botweon Lehl and Salt Lako County
Klromcn, which was won by tho
locals 11 to 0. Following tho gamo,
sports and various contests wero in
dulged In nnd onjoyed by tho gonoral
Tho day closod with a big dahco
at Bmujn's popular ncadomy.
WhlJo at work on tho railroad at
tho Point of tho Mountain Friday,
Uoy Walker whs rendered uncon
scious by a bolt of lightning which
struck In the vicinity. At first it was
thought ho was sorlouly 'injured but
alter sevornl minuted elapsed ho came
to and acomod to bo in normal health.
As yet ho has not suffered any in
Jury as tho result of tho oxporlonco.
ERRORS LOSES j I
GAME FOR LEU
Error lost the baseball gamo yettj j
terday to Mldrdlo for the Lohl clui .- H
Tho team hit and Kelley WltaJj
pitched good' enough "to win any of?'
ball gunlo, but thbso errors coil tl lj
ones ""every tlmo simply gave tb'
visitors run after run until there wV
no chance tor tho locals, Tho llnil
score was 14 to 7. g
This Is tho third gamo loBt by ot,, H
team this halt hut tho Spanish Fon lj
game hore was pro tea tod on aCcouK
ot thorn Using Clark, who is claimtf
to bo unollgablo. It Is figured thg jH
gamo will bo awarded to us. TH
othor lost contost camo Friday ft H
Spanish Fork whoro Keough allow H
Lohi only ono hit. This failed f H
'count for n run and Uie ninth endel
Spanish Fork .., Lohl 0. This woul
mako tho club having won 5 lost 3 K H
tho ono gamo is awarded us. 1" jH
Lehl goos to Provo Friday aiO ' j
moots Mldvale hero next WedneBU3t H
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL BOYS m H
ON UTAH LAMj 1
Somo sixty boys from tho Utah 'IS '.
duBtrlal School at Ogden arrlv
Tuesday for an outing on Utah Lafc fl
Thoy will romain horo for about H
wook. Tho party Is la charge , 5 ' H
Bovoral offlcers among whom i H
1'Tancls Child, Tho camp la locat
on the Southwlck farm at the f H
Murdock Ilesort site. '. H
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OLE LARSEN INJURED ''
Olo Larsen received injuriea Mi
day on Tlmpanotou" which hav kel H
him home since that date. In nil
lug dowH the glacier ho,eacotinterj
a rock which bruised, and cut his ht
and sldo. It was necessary for l ,H
coinpantqug to assist him down U !
mountain and bring him homo. I lkl
1 UTAH I
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u Keep your money circulating f I
in Utah by by using home I I
' ' manufactured goods this will 1
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I mean prosperity for Utah and I
her people. ' I
j PEOPLE'S CO-OP. INST. I
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