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3 Additional State Society .
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. p Jfcirn uM. race, i.-'nw ladies r the
ni p Hub were pleasantly entertained
iv Scnln? " Uic Homo of Mk. Mit
li ?ritc S During to evening nil
Tj- lent lunch wn sened uswil ;'
,llQ f ih club. fh- Im'1I.-s present wen,
W. k Anderson, Verda AnJcruou, Jo-
fitl ic Moiienson. neiicva and Ul vi-
lnJk won. Sadie F.v.lcr. lhmua'i F.rrln-
nV OBcndctta Deal. Ann and Gcnevey
'fttt Tdwm. Mr. I'rcnl Tuttlo. Seld
iusscn, and the hostess.
C.J.. successful surprise party was given
tvi rdRv afternoon In honor of .Mrs.
iLV lallcy In honor of thcr fiftieth ap-
' Kin-. The party wu gotten up find
itd'bv Jlrii, Sarah Hccly and Bell" i
1 1 The crowd met al the: home of
l0'Ji Peterson and shortly after 2
. ft went to tho Bailey home, and
akte after their arrival ecrved nn excel-
nfc Vi 'lunch. The guest of Jionor was
tited with a beautiful remembrance
' vtho ladles. Those present wore the
Un ernes Uerta Beal. .Lizzie KJelaon.
'ena , so Poulsen, Sarah Poulsen. Ada
Jit): tfis. Sarah "Real. Liv..lo Pi-tcrtoii.
sor 'JConnell. JameH Frost, Charlotte
on WOtt. Ida Bcal. Jacob Potcrnon. and
HIescs LIlllo Greaves and Belle ul-
?"Ji '.elaborate social event of the week
'tho social given Monday evening
cfk ia homo of Mr. and Mrs. Thonald
Ce iholt In honor or KUford Brelnhult.
will leave during the week t. fill-
', two yearn' mission In Denmark,
er was served during the early part
ije evening .'nd later refreshments
'Tuji flfjn'cd. Tho members of the fum
Hid aU tlin relatives In the town,
tea tho neighbors, were in attend-
.' Tho evening was pleasantly spent
T-fe bclal chat and several musical se-
p effc MB were rendered.
ktfH many friends of Frodonhi Chrls-
t irti in and Erne Mortensen will be
(, entlv surprised to learn that their
h i&so will take -plnco Wednesday the
"rib? ln t,,e MHntl ty'"lle.
; t. Christian Unrllcsnn announces
ensagement of her tlaushter. lCes
m$ to JSrncHt N'lelson. The marriage
tIit(iKalco placo Wednesday at the Mantl
ladles of the Kensington were cri
iiyvllncd Monday afternoon at tho home
ojvjBra, Orval Peterson and report huv- I
fcppjit a pleasant afternoon in chal-
Ijand preparing beautiful Christ max
Tilinta. Durln? the afternoon a dainty
n, tin wis served. Tho ladles prenvnt
nrHMr8. J. P. Anderson, Mrs. "Willie
iJJ teMtn. Mra. Rose Bunco. Mrs. Chrls
id yj,Wlllardson. Mrs. Sarah 1arsen,
FVank MadHen and Uic hostoHM.
tcS 5h Sodcrberfr, who la loathing
In Salt Lak City, la spendlnp a '
yjjjj aya visiting with his parents In this
n nnd Mre. Uavld J .mid havo ro
f moved Into a beautiful bungalow
'Ji jcond AVcst atrcct. The bulldhijr 15
fffttl colored biiek and han cost J-1000.
r i'A. Brltfich returned durlnc the
r. ipart of tho week from Salt Lalcc
Hub ;',lerc 1,0 liao Pent the past ton
TfU '.wltli his wife, who underwent an
! y ,t!on at tho 1. D. S. hospital.
iTab V ford Brclnholt avIU leave Sundav
S. s Denmark, whero he will lahor durlns
Ileitis lext two ycara In the iutereat of
nc. Is lornion church.
tttl' w ScJda. Jtusmussen and M"rs. Fred
5tMi o returned yesterday from Salt Lako
iwhero they havo been spend Ins sov
af b !days vialt,n wllh relatives and
sltii ' .
8V R. TT. "Docile returned to hor
ttwjj Ife Stone now starring nth'o French-
NrS "Mon -Amouf.tes; -an!
!uf isasb'cally say it i. tn. ;4motrVe",P,aV:
ijn f.i ; Amour the swelheart of-.pcrumci
ier cih ky dealers or by mail jiscnd cJietk'stamps,
itl oey order. MonbacJcifr'not'pteascd.
aater.j t, 50c j 1 or., S1.00," or sohd 20 'far large"
flce3 Ibatde with atory dfMon ATnou an'
t ? t music free, or send name of dealer "and:
t riH mail a Free Sample.'4 J .' '
5Jj Mon Amour" to bo had in perfume, toitot'j
cJl ff ica powder, cold cream aiid:sache't.; v
1. $M K PUEGER, 113 f irit Street. Stt';FrtBtW,
rj A NEW YORK 3AN fW&aiCO
One of our friends
Sjfeaught a thief last week
jjjlby means o an cudorsc
bj ment on a chepk thnbhad
loeen given in payment
I,' for the stolen goods.
0llr custoracr, who
pgjjS gave the check, was pro
npgj Jectcd because- his inclhod
ttt payment showed just
fref bat hls sllal'c i the
lingjl transaction had been,
o, i? Up-to-date-ness somo
liS&! mcs pays in unexpected
klnsj ' ,a
nor wd s
V COPPER BANK
f(J l "Ask a customer."
. 4 P Denver & Rio Grande
I Railroad Co.
. : Effective May 1C, 1012.
I DEPART DAILY,
? Mantl. MarytsvaJe S-00 a. m
lty . .5 C -,,u
'SStJ k ""'.''dlato 'poii'itAI 10:33 It m!
85 1 Kft. lraucjaco, Portland ISSMOp. in.
j Ban n-anclaco. Portland. 2:45 p. in.
InS IciSo and lDuHt C:'J0n. m.
i.6rt'"pvii!c. Tunic :. 4;so!":
Z--Z t-nlcuKo and Kasi 7:00 r. m.
tjff li Portland and Seattle. . .11:10 p. ra.
rtk 8. ARRIVE DAILY.
" ) lelesQn lruni',aco-
act'1 Ul m ' nd Mll va lc. . . . Joiao a n
ilSSCfiT ,anr'' 1lnt'"''"dlate polnta. 2 10 p
?tfl 'Jl phaBO ,'nd ,:aal 2:30 p ii
Clllcaro atul Et4Sl 10:53 v. m!
otti t E 1 PhonB Wa8atch 252C.
home durlns the week after a pleasant,
vlbll at the home of Miaa Alice Lund.
.Mr. and Mra. .lohn Bailt-y rutMrucd "e-i
tcrduy from Salt l.a!o City, where they I
Ihmp liecn HpendJns a wcclt vlaltlus with1
rclatlvcu and frlcndb.
AurcMuM ItaaiiiUAMun of Draper ban boen
In this ollv durins l ha wed: purchaHinsI
livf-Htovl; for the market in Salt Lake(
U'llfofil Anderson han durlns the pa-t i
wot'le purchaaed the coiifectloncry xlore
from Srover Katiacn. .Mr. Ilanw'en will
leave in the aprlus for minxlon.
! AlylERICAN FORK. !
A.MtMtlCAN rriHK. Drc 7.--Will
I'restoii ii i I llsi Iv-rri Mc-Cullousb.
both of this fit? . wet" married in ll
Salt Iiltf temple Wcdiii'Sdav. They will
make their home In thlw city.
jIr. I uru Francom of .Sail Luke (It;
a hen- for a alum visit with relative.1
the first of the week.
NhIIiuu C'lay.on and wife, who were
amonc llu refugee from Old .Me.vjvo. a
here for a short ifdt with 15. .1. t'.iaMoii.
Mr. W. tudmonH and daugli.er
I'lorence relurn'J home .Monday from a
weok'a visit with JJei t Htout ul Mt.
John ";ren of Halt Lako Clly .ipent
h'unday here with his mother.
Stephen Wooda was veiling a.t 'alt
I Lake City nio day this week.
I Leonard 1 Icnrohl spent Hie larly purl,
j of the week at I Tuber with friends and
Myron Cliipmau eauie down fiym :3alt
Lake t'llty and apenl part of the week
with his parento here.
Sirs. N. L. Harrow of Salt Lako City
way the sucst of her parents here part
of tho week.
Leonora Kin? of Salt Lake City visited
with relatives here part of the week.
Mrs. .M. O. Uandolph and children or
Salt Lake City were tlm guests of Mr.
and Mis. .1. II. Ptillev part of the week.
Henry Kobb of HaU Lake City was an
American Fork visitor lrriday.
Mra. UernlcR Lloy.l of .Salt LaJie City
spent sovcral days hero as the imst of
her parcntn, Mr. and Mra. H. D. Chip
man. Mrr. K. L. Tiasnell is visiting her sister
in Oregon for a month.
Mra. Sadie Henry of Kurcka returned'
home the first of 1'nc week, after a short
visit here with her parents.
Mih. T. A. Lee spent the -neck at
Bingham I he sninat of her daughter.
Air. and Mra. Fred Shirk of Salt Lake
City worn the inls of Mr. and Mra.
.Walter Slack the first of the week.
Miss Annie Holder of Salt Lake City
was visiting friends here this week.
R. K. King. Jr.. of TSincry county ia
Ited here tho past week with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. ISdward King.
Mls-3 Fc Lambert and Miss Gwcn Sil
vers' of fjalt Lake Clly were the guests
of Miss Oni Chlpman here part of the
lida and Mary Croopnr of INnckloy,
TTtah. were Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Asiiby part of the week.
The basketball game and dance given
by the high school Friday night was a
big social affair.
Spanish fork; I
SPANISH FORK, Dec. 7. Miss Larcny
Tllcks and her. sister, Margie, of Clin
ton were visitor) Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Arthur Snow, who spent Thanks
giving ln Salt L-ake City, has returned
Minn Blrl Angus and Miss Blanche
Rockhlll. who are attending the Univer
sity of Utah and who spent Thanksgiving
week at Spanish Fork, have roturncd to
ISrncst Whltwood, who has spent two
years in the mission flold In tho eastern
states, catno homo lask week.
.7. B. Barnnop has returned to Logan
after spending a week hor visiting rela
tives and frlondu.
William Grotegut has been appointed
bishop of tho Fourth ward, to All the
vacancy- caused by the. removal of BlBhop
A. J. Hansen to Blackfoot, Ida,
James Jensen of this cllv, who baa
! boon teaching school at Lake Vlow, hoi;
rotumed to his school after spending a
Sirs. Will Lewlo of tho Fourth ward
gavo a ohlckon dinner Sunday In honor
of her husband's birthday.
Mrs. Daisy Fall of Salt "Lake City is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Dnvfs.
Mrs. Ellen Thomas has returned from
burcka, whore she wont to spent Thanks
giving week with her daughter, Mrs.
Mrs. Gcorgo Jox was given a surprise
party on Wednesday evening bv her fel
low officers of the religion class,
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Thomas enter
tained in a most charming manner on
Wednesday evening In honor of the birth
day of their daughter. Bernlce. Supper
was served at G o'clock. Covers Were
laid tor ten.
A lodge of "The Brotherhood of tho
American 1'eomen" Is being organized ln
Mrs. llyrum Slier of Clinton has moved
to Spanish Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Brockbank, who
spent a few days at Meadow creek with
Mr. Brockbank's sister, havo returned.
Ono of the pleasing events of last week
was a. Thanksgiving party given by the
Self Culture club at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Hubbard Tuttle. The rooma were
decorated In tho club colors, pink and
whito geraniums and ehrysanthtunums.
Arter a delicious supper games were
played, the prizes being won by G. E.
Brockbank, Ella Brethwalto and Lyle
Crcor. . J
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MANTI. Dec. 7. A farewell party was
given Erastus Peterson Sundav evening
at tho tabernacle, where a splendid pro
grainmo was carried out. A purso of
576" was presented Mr. Peterson, who
leaves today for a mission.
John Lowry. Sr.. is hero from Provo
visiting his children and doing work In
the temple. i
One of the most successful entertain- :
ments of the week was the social given:
Monday evening by the Commercial club
in their new rooms.
Mlsa Alice Judd entertained delight
fully at a supper and sleeping party Fri
day evening. Thoso present wero Genii
Brown. Lucllo Tuttlo. Maud Tuttle, Llla
Harmon, Ruby Dyreng. Miranda Davrn
"port. Lucllo and Mildred Bradley and
Mrs. JamoH McDonald entertained the
Bridge club during the werk. Three
tublea were playod, Mrs. JcUnic Cluis
tensen winning the prize. Mrs. .loll
Tuttle. Mra. Ada Cunnlnghnm. Mian l-Miui
McDonald of lleber 'ltv. voiv special
guests. A delicious supper was fcr cJ
after lluj games.
Mr. and Mm. W. .Strlnshnm worn bos
tosses at a dinner party Sunday, given
In honor of .Mr. and Mrs. Mill Jlcnie
Huiblcr, Oreguii( and Mrs. Charles rat
ten of Los Angclcy. Cul.
1". 1'. Patorsoii of Kphruim was a gueut
of Mr. and .Mr. ClaVcltcis Madsen.
Mrs. Clarence Mudj-cn entertained
Thursday at dinner for Mrs. Christ of
Ugden. Those present to meat Mis.
Christy wore Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Tuttle.
Mr. and Mrs, Chris Frcdriekson and
Mr. Jessie Lund, A delightful time was
One of the most, delightrtil oclalH of
the week was that given by thu Misses
Laura and Llllie Mellor AWlnesduy cn.
Ing, In honor of Kraslus Peterson. The
evening wa spent In cards and games.
Those 'present Wero ITryrl Alder, Grace
Peterson. Clara Munlc, Dlinar MorteiiHon.
Mrn Madncn of Moroni, lidyth KJiir,
Mlllo aid Uiuru Mellor, Crastus Pcter
un1 Leonard Tuttle, llyrum titutuncgf
FOCC Tfl Vnil UV CIQTCD Fro to You and Every Slstor St
TntC IU lUU ml ylOlCn orlng from Woman's Allmonti.
1 am b woman.
I know womfin' rafferlngi.
I b&ve found t ho euro. 1
I will mall, free of any charge, mjhnt hub !
iHtlwlth full lnstrnctionstoany aarfcTer from ;
vroman'o alhncnta. I want to trlltU women about 1
this cure jo0, my reader, for TonrBelf, your :
daughter, yourmotlier.oryonrefater. I want to
tell you how to enre youraelrea at home with
out the help of adoctor. Men etaaM understand
women's fluff crlngs. What wo women knowrna
ip.lret, wo know bettor than any doctor. I
know that mj'homn trnvtment Is safo and enro
euro forltur-Tlioia er Hhlllia 6utttttt. Uleiriliea, Oil
plictntnt orfilllnr of Ihi IToak, Ttthu, Seiuly er rilafel
farlotft, Uliriaa if Onritn Ttstorj. or Gtcvlht; alu pilaila
find, ta:k i bisali, btailaf tena fullnn. Binenmt,
crttlc f Mllnj sa (hi tflnt, Btliscfcclr, )ilrt i CfT.kal
fluhii, wtnlcjn, kliajy. tni Slsdiir Irsufclii vhiri cimd
tj fittaitm Btevtiirtoourscx.
Ivanttoicndyoao ccntlsti Itn ttj'i tnthaiet
nllnily frai to proze to you that you can curn
yourself at. nomo, easily, qnlckly and
sarely. Rotnorobcr, thst.il crltl cost jan colh'uiKto
giro the treat jentrv complete trial: and If 70a
rlflh to eonllnaw. It will cost yononly abont 12centaa week or less than two cents aday. It
wUlnot Intorfero with your work or occupation. Juil tiKi 011 roar nini and iiintt, lell mo howyon
railcr If yoa wish, and 1 will Bond you tho treatment for youxcase. entirely frce.ln plain wrap
pr. by return mall. I will alpo send you fnsolcitf, my book "flOJIfiM S 0W3 HEDICiL iOVISER" with
ernlanatory llltistratloria showing why women suffer, and how ther can eaaily cure themBclTca
at home. Every womansbould hare it, and learn to think for himlf. Then when tho doctor aye
"You must hare aa operation," yoa can decide for yourself. Thousands of women have cured
thorns cl 70s with my home remedy. It cures all eld or rooar, To Bolhsrs ol Dtnclilera, I will explain a
'ample homo treatment which speedily andoffectuallvcurc! Lcucorrhoca, Green Sickness and
Painful or Irregular Menstruation, in. yoong Ladles, Plumpness and health always results from.
Wherever yoa llvo. I can refer you to ladles of yonr own locality who Vno wand will gladly
tell on j sufferer thnt tills Hosii TiialicfntreallT cam all womon's diseases, and makea women well,
ptrong.plampand robust. Jail nsl" hi joir aftriit. and the free ten day's treatment la yours, nlso
thobooje. writo to-day, as you may not boo this offer again. Address
MRS. M, SUMMERS, Box H Notre Dame, tnd., U. S. A
car Ray Chapman. F.ldicd KJar, Gerald
Carpenter. .la. McAllister and Lu Terry
.Miss Ptiriar Myrleiis-Mii way a "banning
linslp.MH .Sumhiy i-vning, when she en
tertained at an oyat-.'r supper. Covers
were laid for fourteen.
Tim .South wanl chapel wasllic bcoiij
of gaiety ami pleasure Tuesday and
Wednesday evenings, when a bouae
warnilnc was given. The now building
is completed and io a. credit to Mantl.
The oldor peoplo held forth Tuesday
evening and tho young people Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Frastus Larson enter
tained Sunday at diniier in honor of their
daughter Kate, from. Fountain Green.
Leonard Tuttlo was hosiers Thursday
evening at a social given In honor of
lirastus Peterson. The evening wa
spent In parlor games. Fruit cako and
I coioa were rved. A candy pull wa
I 1 njuyed Inter. Flghtcen of his young
I friends were present.
Miss Helen .lorgcnnon roturncd Sunday
front a. week's visit In Salt .Lake and
, Dr. G. W. Martin returned from Salt
Mrs. TT. P. Hansen was hostess at a
; dinner- party Wednesday uftomoon.
The Uidle Literary club held its
meeting Thursday afternoon at thu club
Mr. and Mra. II. XL Clark returned
from a visit to Salt Lake Sunday.
' BINGHAM. j
KING HAM, Dec. 7. Mrs. IT. Kuplatt
or Salt Iakc visited Bingham Monday on
Mr. and Mrx. 7!un Benson of Carr Fork
vrv dplightfully entertained at a
Tlianksrlvlug dinner Mr. and Mrs. Jack
L'aulficld of the Boston Consolidated.
.Mm. J. fe Hall, Mrs. Alma Spofford of
Sprlngville, Mra. Letter llall of Idaho,
Mesdames lern, Fverott and Fulmer, S.
A. Wood, li. O. Hall, Albert Thorpe of
Bingham enjoyed a slght-selng trip
around the mines one day last week.
The C. ami Ii. club will hold Its regu
lar meeting Friday afternoon at the home
of Mrs. Henry Soreiison, 11) Freeman
Chief of Pollen J. W. Grant returned,
from a trip to tho capital Friday morn
ing. The stork visited the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. Teddy Burns and presented them
with a fine thirteen-pound boy.
Deputy Sheriff Otto Wittbeck Is re
covering fro man attack of la grippe. :
Mrs. Neva Ward and Charles D. ATJsl
wero quietly married Sunday at the
Episcopalian church In Salt Lak City,
much to tho surpiiso of their many
Mrs. Llvlngstonp went to Salt Lake
Clears Stuffed Up Head I
and Catarrh Disappears I
Breathe the Healing Air of the Eucalyptus Forests of Australia and
Quickly Get Rid of Catarrh. IH
llyomci will bamsh catarrh if you charge, of obnoxious mucus nil cr , .
will breathe it a few times a day. It entirety. Theu continue until ewr
is tho onJy remedy of its kind boforo genu is destroyed; until tho iorenc 1 iH
tho people that can peuotrato into ovcry and dryness in tlm throat b:io dbap
nook, corner, fold or crovico of tho poared." HYOMEI is gniarauteed Vn
mucus membrano aud destroy tho mi- catarrh, couglii, colds, sore throat,
crS, . , . croup, deafness caused bv catarrh or
Jil OMEr is squcoxed jrom tho crccn monoy back. Complete outfit, wh.eh
leaves of tho Eucalyptus trees of iu- includes inhaler, can bo obtained i"n-
land Australia, whero catarrh does not Sl.GU at Schrainni-Johnaou, Lrui, un'i
exist, aud combined with Listerian an- dragjsibts everywhere.
ti.scpt.ics. Pour a few drops into the
inhaler and breathe this mighty germ To break up cold in head or cueM
destroying air; an air more healing than a few minutes, pour a scant teasnooutl
lli.it o'f tho pino covered Adirondack, of IIYOMEI into a bowl of uoilin
Notice how quickly that stuffed up water, cover head aud bow) with towc
head clears; keep at it a fow days and and hreathn tho vapor, until blei. ed 1
your Buffering and hawking auil dis- lief eomes in a few miuuloe.
City Tuesday to attend her mother. Mrs.
Graham, who Is 111 at tho Holy Cross
Mrs. J. R. Mitchell returned Tuesday
from a. visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. B.
Stewart of Roy. Utah.
George Sorensen was called to I.ogan
last week by the death of his sister.
Miss Mona Hcaston entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Abel and Mr. Zimmer
man at Thanksgiving dinner.
The Ladles' Eastern Star gavo a ban
quct Tuesday evening at their lodgo
rooms in Canyon hall and it was a yrry
Clifford Mayer of tho Logan ncrlcn1
tural college spent Thanksgiving with hlj
.parents at Lllnglmm.
Special $1.10 round trip rate to Op
den via Bamberger electric, Tuesday,
December 10, account Bcclcs funeral.
Tickets on salo for tho 10 n. ni., 11 a.
ni. and 1" noon trxin.
I The question is not only what to buy but also ffb I
where to buy. , I
fjM Both questions are answered merrily at t; I
iSS This store carries the largest stock of depend- I
" able jewelry at popular prices. J I
11 Every article throughout the store is marked jfjnhff
f4'I in plain figures. iJSw I
la t Only guaranteed merchandise is sold here, and Bs3ffi, I
m. I should any article fail to give perfect satisfaction I
a new one will be given in exchange. ' I
You don't need our guarantee, and it costs 'ni I
nothing extra, but it is there if you should need it. ilp) I
JjBik We are tremendously busy but we are pre- I
3 pared to be busier. I
i This is our Fifth Christmas in Salt Lake and I
m$Bgg we have amply justified our existence. I
3j Our business has increased so that last year we JlJW I
did more than four times the first year's business. 3j I
rT . to share the advantages of doing business ml
with a Jewelry store that is really worth I
1 Guarantee" JWMJ Street l