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I Thursday, December 28, 1022
1 THE UUP BPN
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H mumi i ii' " 'Ma ' ' ilLI Bcxaaacss" m
Entcrod at the postoffico at Lohi,
B Utah, as second olasa natter.
I SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One year, in advanco -.$1.50
H James H. Gardner was a Salt Lako
B visitor last Friday.
B Isaac Bono was a visitor nt Salt
H Iako Friday.
R j,jrs, stovo Adams was a visitor at
H American Fork Friday.
H Mrs. N. 0. Hanson Is visiting with
H relatives In Garnold.
B Mrs. Jamos Evans of Bountiful, was
K visiting rolatlvos horo last wook.
H Mrs. H. C. Featoborstono was vlalU
H lng in Salt Lako during last week.
K Mrs. May Andorson of Salt Lako,
B was visiting rolatlvos horo last wouk.
m Miss Ella Qalsford of Mammoth, is
H spending tbo holidays horo with rola-
B Mr. and Mrs. Potor Peterson of
H Salt Lako, aro spending tho wcolc
H hero with relatives.
H Miss Volota Rackor roturnod to
H Salt Lako yesterday, aftor visiting
H hero Boveral days with her parents,
H Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rackor.
I Business Directory
I CHIROPRACTIC J
THE BETTER WAY TO HEALTH
T I am In Leal
I Monday, Wednesday and Friday
N . From 3 to 7:30 P. M.
J J. M. GRANT, D. 0. J
American Fork, Utah T
If its something for transfer w .
are at your service. j
Bugrgiea For Hire.
v Joseph Hammer, Prop. J
of 1t Weet 8treet
Half Block 8outh Main Street
I Lehl, UUh.
I N. O. MALAN
I UNDERTAKER and BMBALMBR
Open Day and Nlfht
. Telephone 18
J Lehl, Utah. t
J HENRY LEWIS J
H Notary Publlo .
Fii '"""ranee Heal Estate T
H Bond furnished for anything.
H , Representative of
M Western Loan and Building Co. .'.
4. LEIU, UTAH
H JJL tvH"H"H-.H'il.i4
I HERBERT TAYLOR
NOTARY PUBLIC J
t FIRE & AUTOMOBILE J
People's Bank of Lehi
I iTATE STREET LEHI
Mrs. Francis Mitchell is ill and con
: fined to hor bed.
Miss Molba Rackor, spent Sunday
i In Rivorton with friends.
Mrs. Nottlo McAffoo is visiting
friends in Salt Lako.
Mrs. Loo Hanson is roportod to bo
ill and conflnod to hor bod.
Miss Mildred Jackson ia visiting
with rolatlvos In Provo this weok.
Mrs. Udlth Nelson and son, Clydo,
of Salt Lako, spent Xmns horo with
Hyruci Adamson of Salt Lako, was
tho Sunday guest of Miss Tholma
Mr. and Mrs. Brlgham Andorson,
Jr., of Idaho, aro tho guosts of Lohl
Wallaco Chrlstofforson of Salt
Lako, was visiting relatives horo dur
ing tho wook.
Robort Roborts of Salt Lako, Is
visiting horo with relatlvos and
Mr. and Mrs. Glon Adamson spont
Christmas Day In Ploasant Drove
Mr. and Mrs. J. j. McAffoo of Salt
Lako, woro visiting rolatlvos horo last
Mr. and Mrs. Abo Goatos of Spring-
vlllo, spont Christmas horo with rola
Tho MIssos Vera and Marvol Taylor
of Ogden, aro spending tho holidays
horo with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Fox of Dolta,
aro visiting horo with relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wnnlass of Salt
Lako, woro visiting rolatlvos horo dur
ing last wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo A. Fox of
Provo, aro spondlng tho holidays horo
A baby girl arrived to gladden tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Cox
Charles Fox and daughter of Salt
Lako, spent Sunday hero with Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Taylor of
Spanish Fork, aro visiting horo with
Mrs. Amy Pratt and children of
Salt Lako, aro tho guosts of Mr. and
Mrs. William Sharp.
Miss Dorothy Norman of Garland Is
visiting boro with her paronts, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Norman.
Miss Iloon Powell Is spondlng tho
holidays in Lovan with hor paronts,
Mr. and Mrs. Thadous Powoll.
Nato Chrlstofftorson whjoi is em
ployed at Garfield, Is spending tho
holidays hero with his family.
Mr. and Mrs Lyman Wobb and Lo
Roy Warner of Rivorton, spont Mon
day horo with rolatlvos and frlonds.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hlndloy of
American Fork, woro tho Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Hober Hart and
daughter, Lillian, of Brlgham City, aro
horo visiting with Mrs. S. J. Taylor.
Miss Marvel Taylor, who Is attend
ing school at tho L. D. S. Collogo is
homo visiting with Mrs. S. J. Taylor,
Miss Jonnlo Taylor who is teach
ing school In Garland, Is spondlng tho
holidays horo with hor paronts, Mr.
and Mrs. William Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. Vornor Walker of
American Fork, and Mr. and Mrs.
William Loflor of Provo, woro tho
guosts of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Russon
TIIE LEin SUN. LEHI, UTAH - -, ,
Charlos Holqulst was visiting in
Salt Lako last wook.
Thomas Soronson of Magna, is visit
ing horo this woek.
John Dovoy was a Salt Lako busi
ness visitor last Saturday.
Carl Bock of Euroka, is spondlng
tho holidays horo with rolatlvos.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson of
Mngna, woro Lohl visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. T. F. Kirkham is spondlng this
weok in Salt Lako visiting with rola
tlvos. Mr. and MrB. Lehman McKinnoy of
Fairflald, wero visitors horo last Sat
Miss Anna Stoddart spont Christ
mas Day In Salt Lako with rolatlvos
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roborts enter
tained at Christmas dlnnor. Covors
bolng laid for sixteen guosts.
Mr. and Mrs. Lafo Johnson of
Provo, spont tho forepart of tho
weok horo with rolatlvos and frlonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Josh Davis of Provo,
woro visiting hero during tho wook
with Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuol .Crano of
Drapor, spont Christmas with Mrs.
Crano's paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Jamos
Irvln Soronson of Calionta, Novada,
is spondlng tho holidays horo with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Soron
Mrs. R. II. Giles returned to hor
homo in Snlt Lako yostorday,( aftor
visiting "rolatlvos horo for several
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Holmstoad ro
turnod to their homo in RIchflold yes
terday, aftor visiting horo with Pros,
and Mrs. A. J. Evans for a woek.
nxija CATAimu medicind win
do what wo claim for It rid your system
of Catarrh or Deafness caused by
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con
sists of an Ointment which quickly
Relieves tho catarrhal Inflammation, and
tho Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which
acts throuRh tho Blood on ths Mucous
Burfaces, thus assisting to restore nor
8old by druggists for over 40 Tears.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Advertising under this head Is ac
cepted at 10c per lino for the first In
sertion and 5o per line for each sub
sequent Insertion, payable In advance.
Results will surprise you.
FOR SALE Houso and Lot. Soe
Jay Thomas, Lohl. adv.
For good ploco of farm land at right
prlca seo A. J. Evans. 9-14-tf
Burroughs Adding Machfno For
Salo. Call Phono 32, American Fork.
WANTED To buy BO bushels of
soft wheat. Phono 219-F2, botwoon
7 and 8 a. m., or seo Edward B. Jonos.
Farm For Salo or Ront 20 acres,
good wator right. Inqulro E. II. Mc
Affoo or Phono C2-W, Lohi. 12-7-lt
FOR SALE Bargain Nearly now
Ponlnsular Rango, wlUT-wntor Jackot.
Apply 8un Offlco. 11-23-
FOR SALE 210-acros dry-farm
land, north end of Ccdnr Valloy, 120
acres seeded, 40 acres plowed, now
2-roomod house. J. E. Bono. 12-7-tt
FOR SALE CHEAP Apples; 1 sot
doublo work hamoss; a good 30 Mi
aero farm nnd bungalow, or houao to
rent. Soo George C. Lovorldgo, Lohl.
FOR SALE 18 ucres good farm
land on North Bench. 18 sharos
North Bench and 10 shares Provo
Resorvolr wator. All fenced, stack
yard. A bargain if taken at onco.
Seo A. J. Evans, Lohl, or Tol. C2J. tf
1 1 FREE ALUMINUM 1
j Wo aro giving Aluminum Preserving Kettles and Coffee Pots to our cus- S
tomers absolutely Free. J
"W 'ti ak a Purcuase of $5.00 for meats and groceries and wo present you,
I I your cnice of one of these best grade aluminum utensils.
I J Quart Preserving Kettle, Eegular $2.50 Value S
I 3 Quart Coffee Pot, Regular $2.00 Value S
I 1 off -A11 purcuaSGS witn exception of Sugar and Flour counts on this liberal
I ' SEE THE ALUMINUM TODAY.
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I I People's Meat W Grocery
I t Matkt Mm Phone 6 3
JVIAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH &
KEEP WATCH FOR GREEN RAY "
Majority of People of the Britlth
lilei on the Keen Loekeut for
Tho fad of the moment in Enfland
Is watching for tho green ray from '
tho sun which Is shot out for a second
or two Just as the rim disappears bo- '
low tho horlron. Tou may also see
tho sun's rim turn green or bluish- i
srecnj but It is the flash you should
watch for. Tha Scots In tho weitern
Highlands know tho green flash. They
cherish a belief that any person who ,
has. seen It not only knows his or her
own heart, but can see clearly Into the
hearu of others. '
Tourists over tho British Isles ore
looklnj for the recn ray and parties '
atp seen seeking poeltlens of vantage
whero they can get Uie best look at '
tho parting orb. Observations are ex
changed later and those who claim to
havo seen It are closely questioned by
others. Tho green ray Is not exattly i
a new discovery, but there is a great
revival of Interest In the alleged phe
nomenon. Doctor Molder, a Dutch ,
scientist, has Just written as elaborate
book on the green ray, and says he
saw it nt Ilfracombc In July, 1007. The '
late Lord Kelvin and Sic Henry Miers,
of Manchester, aro other witnesses,
In 1832 Julee Verne published a re
markable novel on thla raro phenome- '
non. Tho heroine was a young Scot
tlsli girl, who was determined to seq i
the ray. Sho saw It at last, from one
of the caves of Staffs. Having seen
It, sho saw into hor heart and the
heart of her lover.
WORKED OUT AS HE PUNNED
Shrewd Mining Promoter Knew Juet ,
How Long Women Would Keep
Secret He Imparted.
The psychology of selling was prob
ably never applied better than in the r
disposal of the Welsmann Mining com-
pany during the coppor boom of 1009
nnd 1007. Mr. Welsmann, who owned
all tho stock, gave a lawn party la the
western city where he lived nt the
time. To this affair he Invited all the
men In the town who had any money
worth his while, as well as their wives.
Taking asldo the ladles one at a
time, he confided to them over a glass
of lemonade tho following:
"1 would like to see yea make a
little pin money without aay risk, If
I could trust you not to betray my con
fidence by taking your husband Into
my plans. I don't mind you buying
100 shares of Welsmana Mining stock,
on which you will make 1,000 per cent,
but If you should divulge this to your
husband he might buy several thou
sand shares and laterfero with my
plans in the market"
Of course, every lady gave her s. ,
crcd promise, and broke It before sai .
went to bed.
Welsmann Mining, which was listed
on an eastern market, was sold to the
last share beforo noon tho next day,
Wall Street Journal,
Sipping In Saskatoon.
Recently In Saskatoon, Saskatche
wan, there was a home-brew coatest
for women only.
And all of theso women were Mar.
Thero Is a law In Saskatchewan
which permjts the making of home
brew only, and tho wosea are givea
licenses to allow them to Indulge In
this Industry. 0There la keen competi
tion among tho ladles.
What of the women who are not
married T Would It not be worth the
time of any ambitious and thirsty
young man to seek theso out so they
could be married ladles and home
Doubtless It would but the only
unmarried ladles the tourist could And
were 'In short skirts because of youth
and not fashion I Exchange.
Qlaoler "Cot a Move."
t Chased by a glacier which suddenlj
came to activity after ha'vlng been In.
active for years, a trio of Minnesota
geologlcnl student climbers hurriedly
abandoned camp. The students went
to Glacier National park to stud)
Heaven's Peak glacier, pitching theli
camp SO feet from the ond of tho lc
wall. They were awakened by a dull
rumbling and with daylight they dl
covered a widening crack some 20Q
feet back on the glacier and noted
that the wall of Ice was advancing,
They hurriedly moved and half aq
hour later the lco floe had covered
their camp site. The Ice moved about
200 feet down the valley, advancing
about one foot a minute.
Island Now Sheep Pasture.
The Island of Outtyhunk, la Bus
znrd's bay, Is to be turned Into a sheep
I pasture. Tho head of the American
Woolen company is now the owner of
the greater part of Outtyhunk, and
this Is a new venture of his In turn
ing the Island pastures over to sheep.
Neighboring Islands have long been
used for shocp pasturing, the animals
running wild for the greater part of
the year, with a llttlo extra feeding
during the winter.
New Weapon of War.
An "Invisible force" whereby ths
United Stntcs would be rendered Ira-
pregnablo against attack by land, sea
or air, Is claimed by an inventoi who
is nt Washington to lay his discovery
beforo the secretary of war. By means
of his discovery, the Inventor says, an
"Invisible force" could bo unleashed
against a foreign foe, annihilating
whole armies or navies by the press-
lng of a button. It Is based en a
i natural law which he described as
"penetrability, the first law of unrrer-
W A2 Never before has Lehi enjoyed 3 ffl
1 afflUrj- tho ProsPerity that it does today.
ji TJEkiuEfY Lot no ono think the best days 1H
5 ffiniraffil for business are past. Today the J H
C IMilfjilrfllH chances of success are greater : H
5J B than ever bofore. Only remember H
S tliis tho helpful counsel and ; ( H
j sound advice that The State : , B
eg Bank of Lehi offers you, develops ! ! CH
the highest degree of efficiency, i IH
If you aspire to anything worth IH
$i while consult us today. ; )
j" Come in and talk it oyer with X IH
c our officers. m (
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Malan Says: I
"We've got a lot of good candy and nuts for Now
Year's. Buy early or late. We're always on the B
Anything for tho auto or autoist. B
Drlverless cars for hire. H
MALAN SERVICE I
Telephone 18 M
"Keep Off The Grass." M
STATE STREET LEHI, UTAH 1
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Some Nifty Kicks I
Just received some shipments of the latest Dress H
Shoes for those who care, in black patent lcathor. H
Also some nifty Oxfords. H
Our stock is NEW annd NOT shelf worn. Wo M
turn over our stock often and keep the latest and H
Our prices are lower than Salt Lako prices, be-
cause we have no charge accounts, no bookkeepers, H
no deliveries, and no idle clerks. H
WE WISH YOU A H
ILVPPY AND PROSPEROUS H
Pollers Shoe Store H
THOMAS POWERS, Prop. H
JACOBS BUILDING:, FIRST EAST ST,, LEHI I
Agents for Murray Laundry. 8' fl
1 i WM
Buy Your Meats 1
and Groceries 1
AT OUR STORE AND 1923 WILL BE A MORE j 1
PROFITABLE AND PLEASANT YEAR. i B
Quality Goods and Prompt Service is Our Aim, I w
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WE EXTEND TO ALL A WISH POR A MOST 1
PROSPEROUS 1923. 1
Larsen Bros. 9
Telephone 17 Hi
MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH