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1 1 1 AMERICA FORK CIT'KBN, .nAV. flElTEMHER 12,
Hl LEHI LOCALS
H H Mrs. "T. H. Kdwnrda of Onrhiiid, Is
Hi' visiting Lehl friends this week.
9flL "Idonl" Shifts a ro the kind Unit
BB K wear, liny thorn nt People's Co-op,
Hfijftl Leslie Hoberts lins gone to KlBlnorc,
HJflfc where liu will lie employed In the
HSSi sugar fnctory lnbrntory.
f I!.! Mrs. A. 1!. Jensen or Salt Lake City,
ffWi,' U visiting with her sister, .Mrs. I'rlme
HjjiVp Jacobs, this week.
HIK
JBJjIm; James A, Carson came In from Fnlr-
Bjflfi Held Thursday to hao a bad felon
KWEf given medical treatment.
MflKr. Mi nnd Mrs. Arthur Livingston
nffljtf . have a case of whooping cough tpiur-
JjjSjft Hitlned at ther home.
Mpfffi If you mini the ilnmirr to do jour
HHPg, Job Work the paper Unit boosts jour
HHgp town call N. V. Um.
HH' Miss l'earl Anderson had a cut -In
BKfi '"" arm Saturday necessitating tfio
aflfr' taking of several Hlltehes.
9H C. J. K. Hertcll was in Cedar Foil
jHBjl Saturday, and sold a wagon load of
BHft Ice cream,
jtljHjr Silks and Mcssulines for the tirades,
UHgf; "I'd Fancy Sllku for trimmings', at
HK People's Co-op, 12-lt
HHJb- Miss Jcnna Hnidalinw arrived fiom
HHk Caldwell, Canada, this week, and will
MKli attetid school hero this winter.
HH' Mr. and Mrs. Win, St. Jeor havu
HB moved to Henulon, whoru Mr. St. Jeor
BH&; will bo employed on the Orem road.
HH& Miss Lexlo Southwlck spent . the
HBJp- week end visiting with friends In Salt
BBI Lake City.
HYlf'' '
ii T. It. Cutler and Ira U. Wines of
HBn Salt Lake City, spout Saturday In
HSKj I.ehl on business matters.
Kj W. L. Webb Is building an addition
BMRrf to his homo In the lower part of
(Djnf town.
IflBj Mi-s. C. A. Hoycr of Sprlngvllle,
'(B& spent tho week In I.ehl, the guest of
'UhL her daughter, Mrs. Joseph Andcroon.
SHV; Judge Kendall, who has been under
I B I wontncr recently, Is now Improv-
! B ,nR-
fB' Miss Vera Hushman went to Mention
2 Sal lBl Friday, whoro she will teach
I 82 . school.
fl-TOTI Fifteen babies were blessed' ut the j
J3jSft various Fast Day Bcrvlccs In Lehl last
W1I Sunday.
W(S Mrs. Hyrum Webb gave a children's
kEMS party Friday afternoon In honor of
? irffl 8on Oa'0B' olrthday.
pMH Mrs, A. Draddor and Mrs, John St.
BbB Jcor wero visitors at Hcnnlon Wed-
JSi nesdny.
B(H Sam llutchlngs camo In from Scrnn-
Hffif ton, Saturday, where ho reports the
HfPf old Scrnuton mlnn as having struck
MjttJ an lmmonso body of Iron ore, which
Km Is now being shipped to tho smelter.
SH Tho now find Is 200 foot under the
JS famous load and zinc Htopes.
ejjRl . I-nst Monday uvenlng thrlty friends
Bill it James Love joined Mrs, Love lu
iBSl Alving him a surprlso party, tho oc-
3fM caslou being his birthday. l.uueh
JjM was served to tho guests by Mrs.
KB lx)Vo and the evening was spent slug.
IftB ing songs and playing household
yRB games,
UjH Mr. and Mrs. Ell Kendall entertaln-
pRM cd at liomo on Labor Day tho follow-
mB lug friends: Mr. ami Mrs. Ebbcu Spcti'
BR and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Staddard of
Wm Salt Lnko City, Mrs. R. J. Sttco and
IB' children of Tooele, Mr, and Mrs. Jas.
im ' Kirkham, Miss Lola Wilson and others.
yJH Tho music of Mrs. Stoddard, who was
Bfl formerly Miss Ethel Wright, was
gjB greatly enjoyed.
BB Tho Chlpmau Mercantile company
Ul have purchased another large as-
BB sortment of Ladles' and Misses' Coats
BB and Suits. Sample line, no two coats
UB alike When you buy out-, you own
HB It as cheaply as our competitors can
BB buy It. Lot us show you. 12-lt
BB Ouo of tho things deeply appro-
Bfl 'elated by the parents of students at-
Hfl tending school is the thorough, sanl-
BJ tnry cleaning that has been given the
BB Grades, tho Primary and tho High
H School buildings by their Janitors,
HE Messrs J. C. linker, Joseph Kirkham
Hfl and Win, l'rlco.
BJj Friends of "Wesley Rlehey gavo hiin
HH a surprlsu party last Thursday evon-
'$ lug. While ouo of them took him
tfl for a rldo around town, the others
flj gathered at his homo and made ready
ffl for.tlje t)ent. A splendid repast was
H prqvfdod. HcbIiIob this thero wero
Q gaiioti: find liniblv. Those presout
w. were! Messrs and Mesdames Ilichard
III Rlchoy, Robert Fox, Charley lllosh-
KB man, Enoch Husson, Robert Telford,
ffB1. John Tolford, Peter llnusou, Isaac
98 . ' Peck, Mr, Stiiffonl, Mrs, Gledhlll, Mrs.
3JH Klrtou, Mrs, S, A. Smith, Mrs. Israel
! Anderson, Mrs, Lulllo Rlchuy and thn
If Misses Ellu Pelcrspu and Sigurd Lar-
) .
Miss Reta Evans entertained a doz
en young ladles at a sowing beo at
her patent's homo Saturday evening.
Charles Horron, who has been
working at the Lchl-Tlntlt mine, Is
home for a visit with his folks,
Classy stylus in Gout's Suits at
People's Co-op. Wo would bo de
lighted to show you. Call and boo us.
Aim. John Hone Is spending ton
dujH with rrlends in Hoar River Val
ley. Mrs. Hyrum Smith pioaontod hor
husband with a fine baby boy Mon
day. Mrs. Henry Sorrenson of Illngham,
is visiting with hor mother, Mrs. Al
fred Turner, who Tins boon (iilte 111
the past week.
Hlshop Henry Lewis went to Juab
during the week to thresh his wheat,
hut Just before arriving Hump the
thioHliIng machine was burned up.
Mr. and Mrs. Abo Anderson moved
their hoiiHchold effects to Sandy last
week, whoro Mr. Anderson will act
as supervisor of music lu the Jordan
schools.
Mrs. C. II. Peterson entorlalned a
number of lady friends at u kenslng
ton Tuesday afternoon. Refreshments
weio served, '
Water meltons aro selling for DO
cents each. At least this is tho price
aald to have been paid for some on
Provo Ilench this week by somo Lehl
boys, who took a long chance on get
ting them for nothing, but got stuck
for tho higher price.
Now Is tho time bo select your Fall
llonnet. All the Intost at People's
Co-op. 12-lt
Dm lug tho past week following woro
among the Intorurbau passeugcus to
Salt Lake: O. A. Slade, Nato 'Rock
hill, E. li. Kirkham, Lexlo Southwlck,
Mr. and Mrs, Chnrlcs Heck, John Rob
erts, Ilhuich Peck, Wm. Whipple,
Thomas Sims, Etllo Day, Jennlo Webb,
T. J. Powell, Miss Sarah Earl, Emmn
Robinson, Henry Erlckson, Elwood
Thomas, W. Aa Knight, Charles Hor
ron, Dr. Holbrook, E. M. Jones, W.
E. Racker, E. W. Schnleder, Clyde
Dorton, J. E. Rone, DaBll Smith, S.
A. Smith and Mrs. and Mrs. S. A.
Hatchings.
Rulon Evans lu vey sick nt tho
home of his mother, Mrs. Morgan
Evans.
Ours Wanlass, (lolendoii Crabb,
Mlllen KlrkliBin and E, Rhodes re
turned from the hay holds in Ruby
Valley, tnls week.
Last Friday afternoon .Mrs. John S.
Hvaiu entei tallied twenty little ones
at a children's pnrty in honor of hor
son, Oral's, birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. (lough and Mr,
unit Mrs. Harmon Johnson spent sov
oral days tho past week complng In
American Fork canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Madson were
visitors at Mr. Mmlson's old homo In
Vineyard, novornl days the first part
J of the Week.
I Mr. and Mis. Joseph Spencer of
Escnlaule, arrived In Lehl Saturday.,
Two of their boiu will attend High
School here this winter.
Mlsa Ileon McMurrin and WIlTonl
Dealt of Salt Lako Clfy, wero the
guests or tho Misses Viola nnd Vera
Oaidner last Wook.
i
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. llerrlngor spent
Labor Day the guoats of Mr. and Mrs:
J. II. (Jardner. at tho Paw'nee ranch,
over Jordan.
Tuesday evening a Jolly bunch of
friends of Fred Reeves gavo him u
sonuliio (surprise party at hla homo
lu tho Held. Music, picnic and games
caused tho evening to pass quickly
and morrlly.
Last wook Mayor' durney lost a lino
1 100 pound brown nmro. Sho was shod
on both hind feet, Inasmuch as tho
Mayor has searched far and near for
his anlmaJ, and tho wire had been,
removed troiii tho gnto which had
been left opon, ho thinks tho mnro
has boon stolen.
Hospital Cases
Mrs. Emma Schultz of Ephralm,
was brought to tho Lehl hospital this
week, whore slier underwent a criti
cal operation and Is doing nicely.
Mrs. Schultz was formerly Miss Em
ma Powell.
Tho six-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph S. IJroadbent under
went an operation Thursday, having
hor "tonsils removed.
I Great Innovation
at . '..
Beautiful
SARATOGA
IN KEEPING WITH THE
OTHER RECENT IMPROVE- I
MENTS AT THIS BEAUTI- I
FUL RESORT ON UTAH I
LAKE, THE MANAGEMENT I
HAS INSTALLED AN ' I
Electric Band
WHICH WILL PLAY FOR
DANCING, DAY AND EVEN
ING. PREPARATIONS ARE
BEING MADE FOR YOUR
ENTERTAINMENT.
I Seven Days Each Week I
ROW BOATS AND GASO-
LINE LAUNCHES FOR I
THE PLEASURE l
SEEKERS. ' I
I THE RESTAURANT IS NOW I
OPEN AND READY TO ;
SERVE BASS OR
CHICKEN
DINNERS.
I State Bank of Lehi S
I United States Depository for Postal Savings g
I OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
I Kvery safeguard known to modern banking for (he
I secut'itv and safety of their funds. 1
I 4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded
E every six months.
I Our satisfied patrons are our best adverjhojjfyeruVft
Senator Sutherland
To Speak In Lehi
' Mr. Heber Hart, president of tho
V'ouiijr Men's 1U publican club an
nounces that ho linn received a prom
ise from Oeorco Southerland, United
States Senator, to address a meeting
of Hie club In Smuln's Academy on
.Friday, September 23th. Tho Provo
Glee club will also be present.
Mr. Hart says that the seats will
ibe so arranged on tlje Moor of tho
hall that everybody will bo able to
lfenr well. He also announces that
nftr the speaking there will bo a
grand ball. An cfToit will bo mado
to ninko this tho greatest event so
cially and other wise, of the coming
campaign. ''" speaking will com
mence at 7:30 and tho dancing at 9
o'clock.
Arch 0, Gardner
Undergoes Operation
Archie Gardner, who Is on A mis
sion la the Sandwich Islands, under
went an operation for appendicitis In
a' Honolulu hospital on August 27th.
.This Information was communicated
to his parents, Hlshop and Mrs. Jas.
H. Gnrdaer, lu a letter received by
them Wednesday. Tho letter also
stated that It was written by him
Nvhlle proped up In bed, five days
after the operation, and that when the
letter was written ho was fo Mug line,
and expected to bo out In live or six
moro days.
It appears that Mr. Gardner has
hud two prior attacks, about one and
two years aeo, but this one wnsj bo
severe that ho was taken nbout forty
miles lu an automobllo to undergo
tho operation.
o
v Cucumber Season Ended
Tho frost, Wednesday night, ended
llio cucumbor picking for this year.
It was so cencrnl that all the grow
ers, both nt Lehl and Sprlugvillo, that
no moro cucumbers will be receiv
ed. Tho Ih'Bt cucumbora wero de
livered lu July, making tho seuBon
practically two months In duration.
During this time, eight big vats
holding over twenty tons each, have
been filled with small cucumbers cov
ered with salt and brine. About 700
CO-gallon barrels havo also been filled
with dill pickles of a larger size, male
lag .".pproxlmatoly 200 tons of cu
cumbers that woro delivered lu tho
two months tjme.
Tho City Council has been asked to
give tho company permission to ex
tend Its building to provldo facilities
for practically doubling its present
capacity next year.
Royal Theatre Ready
For The Big Opening
During tho week tho now opera
chairs havo been fastened to the Moor
of tho Hoyal Theatre. Thoro aro 700
of thorn. Morgan I.ott has completed
tho plumbing. Tho scemi artist has
added several new curtains, drops
and n parlor scone, tho painting Is
now neurly all done. Tho enrponters
havo practically finished tho beauti
ful front box ofilco, etc., and the
electric wiling lu now complete.
When tho lights woro turned on one
day this week, It presented a beauti
ful scone and mado tho place look
Uko "somo theatrc."-
AynterostlllB feature is tho exit
bolls ut each exit. The doors aro
securely locked, but a slight push
from tho Inside on tho brass bars
Hmteross oach door will throw them
opou, making exit easy. .Tho ovpen
8lvo Powers pleturo machines arrived
this week, and nbout tho only thing
now dolnylng tho opening of the now
play Iioubo Is tho arrival of tho
switch board, to bo located in tho
.perntliig room.
ii
Base Ball Season Closes
l.uh I played Its last loaguu basu
bill gamo hero for tho season Inst
Saturday. Tho scoro ended Ainorlcnii
Pork 12, Kohl 1. Somo or I.chl'B men
had novor played lu tho team beroro,
which accounts for most of tho runs
mado by tho visitors.
Huso ball Is I.ehl, Hits season, has
not been up to tho standard of re
tf nt years, duo largely to the sup
port givon by tho people. Then, too,
thero were sevornl changes In man
agements and numerous changes In
players. Probably not In any two
successive games has thero been the
same list of players.
Lehl this year had material for a
winning team, but only onco or twice
did they piny In tho sanio gamo. Men
who play ball for the pleasure of the
public nnd tho glory of the town ,
should be given positions whoro they j
can get off one day per week. Tho J
town enn afford to help support nl
tenm. Nothing contributes moro to'
the llfo or a town during tho summer i
months. Hy nil means let Lehl gctj
in next yenr and glvo tho boys the j
support Hint will restore Lehl to Its j
former baso ball glory.
Young Ladies In Buggy Accident
Sunday evening a buggy driven by
Mr. Kd. I.elter turned Mamrncr's
corner from Main Street Just as an
other buggy driven by Miss I.nverdo
Lewis, Freda Olson and Mildred Heck
turned the Relief Society corner, go
ing north from Main Street, camo up
slightly behind. Mr. Leltor gnvo his
horsu a cut with his whip which
caused both horses to run, tho ouo
being driven by tho young ladles run
ning Into a gravel pile causing tho
buggy to turn over ami spilling the
occupants on the road!
Miss Lewis was picked' up and car
ried into Jos. Holdcn'B home, where
after about fifteen minutes she re
gained consciousness. Sho was con
siderable bruised on the arms, lower
limbs mid head. The other young
ladies wero also considerably bruised,
though not so serious as Mlsa Lewis.
Tho horse drug tho overturned buggy
sevoral blocks up Second West street
before being stopped. 'Tho shafts and
top of the buggy wero smnshed.
Tho young ladles attach 'no blamo
to Mr. Letter, and though qutto pain
fully hurt, they arc now practically
recovered.
- n
Home l.'t'onoiiilc-s (iub
The Ladles' Homo Kconomlca Club
will hold Its regular by-weekly ses
sion Tuesday evening In the Grnmniar
School building. Miss Edna Glbb will
give a reudlug nnd Mrs. Stookey will
road from tho Montesorl Mother. At
tho next meeting thoro will bo n talk
rrom Miss Stratiord, tho now domes
tic science teacher In the lilgh School.
SCHOOL HA XI) (JIVKS C()XCi:ilT
The young School Hand, under tho
leadership of Molvln Smulu, gavo an
hour and n hair coucort from tho
porch roof lu front or Darling's Hotel
on Main Street, Wednesday evening.
They plnyed six pieces llko veterans,
and closed with tho Star Spangled
nniiner, which brought rounds of ap
plause from the big crowd vyho gath
ered to listen. After the concort tho
band wont to tho High School build
Ing, where It played several tunes for
tho Republican primary.
Salts if Kidneys
or Bladder Bother
lliirnilchh lo liush Kldnejs mid Xcii.
trallze Irritating ArhN.
Kidney and bladder weakness re
su t from uric ncld, says a noted
?r1t,;ty,l r,, 1l"!' "Her this acid
from the blood and pass It on to tho
h.rii.if,r' w.ro.. U orte" rcmnliiB to
rrltato and Inllnmo, causing a burn
ing, scalding soiiBntlon, or sottliiK m
an Irritation at tho neck r tin' blad
der, obllgug you to seek roller two
or three times during tho night. The
BUffercr Is lu cour.tnnt' dread, the
vvator passes Bomotlmes with a scald
Ing sensation and Is very pmrus".
egaln, thero is difficulty In avoiding
Hladdor weakness moBt folks call
it, because they can't control urlnn
lion. Vvhllo it Is oxlrcmolyTni oft
and sometimes very painful thi i
rrnlly on., of tho most shnplo qil
mentu to ovorcomo. Get nimi.t ,
ouhces of Jad Salts from Vour pharT
aclst, nnd take n tablespoonful li. "
glass or water beroro breakiast, con
.Untie this for two or three days Th I
will neutralize tho acids 1-! , urli.o t
It no longer la n aourco or irritailnn
to tho bladder nnd urinary "SsS"
which then act normally ngah
Jad Salts ls-lnexpenslvc, harmless
and a made from tho ncld of grnt,eiJ
and lemon Julco, combined with litl.
In. nnd is used by thousands or folk,
who aro subject to urinary disorders
cniiBcd by uric ncld Irritation Ta,i
Salts is splondld Tor kldneyj nnd
cattfiea no bud effects whatover
Iferc'you liave u pleasant, effortes.
cent lithin.water drink, which nulck
ty rollove3 bladder trouble.
II. C, Featherstone
TIM CONCRETE Man
K very thing In Concrete.
Estimates Furnished on UuliainBt,
Foundations, Sidewalks.
Steps, Etc.
Lillet Modem Methods Employed
H. C. FEATHERSTONE
LKIII, . . . UTAH
JAPENESE MEDICINE MAN
KOUA HACT11IA flKUM
HEtfTKOYHK
Fo.' Boro throats, hcan trouble, con
utmptlon, cough and fresh cuts..
IILACK TOGO
For Boro backs, rheumatism, dropsy,
eczema, goitre or "big neck" and to
atop pain.
(IL'OHUL' A. KOGA
Phono 31
P. O. )OX 3C2 LEHI, UTAH
o 0
Cement Products
WHERE?
At Schow & Schow's I
Cement Pipe furnished In any I
iiuuiitlty In the following sizes:
8-ln, 12-lu, ir,-In, 18-ln, 20-ln. and
30-in. Gunrautcecd no better made. H
Cement blocks made to order. He-
foro going clsowhero see
SOHOW & SCHOW I
for prlcca. I
Phono 8-l.J "Lehi. Utah I
o o I
PLUMBING and HEATING I
i;lIiualcN Furnished Free I
SUPPLILS OF AM. KLM I
I am now located lu I-ctii mid I
prepared to do nil kinds of piuinD-
lug or to Install steam or not I
water heating plants. I
M. S. LOTT I
LEHI. IJTAH I
.Johnson & Sons I
livery I
and I
FEED
STABLES. ,1
Baggage Transfer
FIRST-OLASS AUTO- I
MOBILE SERVICE I
GO ANYWHERE U
Tel. 15. I
Just South of D. & R. G.
MAIN ST.. LEHI, UTAH.
I HAMMER. BROS. I I
J LIVERY, FEED AND TRANSFER. I I
j 5 I
J Stables.... ! I
On Main Street, Near D. & R. Q I
Buss Meets AH Trains, f I

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