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g5aJ-"U l AMERICAN rnm- CITIZEN BATPHuay ju, v , 'k
"Z T7 ' t3 i i v"""'i jam aih io, I'jio. in
' Knicl Kvans spout Saturday hi
on legal business
B,ndMrs. H. K. OMuIi apcnt
55HLfcend visiting friends InProvo.
"""""uj MlHe Kelly of Shoshone, Idn-
' ,,( wvernl days this week
anetMJJ friends In Lehl.
Bind Mrs. Hnrvey Onkoy will re-
HtoAlr1'10 '" "10 "cnr fl,'liro n,"l
0Brllelr home there.
e the IB
BL Carlson mid daughter, Hilda,
. "a Salt Lake City Sunday for n
" ""'., tljft with relatives.
from V
Inj ifB, Fourth Ward amusement corn
He gave a most successful picnic
Hfcnclng party In tho Ward House
'"" OIK, jjkIo Shaw entertained a
H of young ladles at n sewing
IE Byonday evening. Iiefrcshtncnts
M(Smuln's orchestra played at a
nnf jHjuce at Rlverton Saturday night.
llH(of the pieces played wero on
Ttt H ilx times.
Hu Wngstaff of Halltday, Salt
""Jcounty, spent several days as
nek end guest of his aunt, Mrs.
U iHj Bone.
or Hi Lizzie Lamb who has been
BLj relatives in Lehl for ten days,
Hstd to her home In Wallsburg,
1 B t-'t0'1 lMc Irrigation company
"fluJ told Its annual election of of
. B ' niverton today. A number
Bkl farmers owning land west of
La wl" "'tend.
"".Carl Thompson is tho now Sup
- Student of Religion Classes for
jiB.tnd Is Infusing a lot or now life
IlBJtlem. Thcro nro now classes In
- mkt districts.
S Bthle Sorrenson went t Salt Lake
Uonday. Ho was n witness In the
of a Mr. Dcckert, who Is suelng
01 Wilt I.nko and Utah railroad for
Hess of an eye,
IX Bi Alfred Tumor nf tho Third
Hi Is in n precarious condition,
Mjt to her advanced ago and the
'' accident she sustained. All
"children are here, or have been
M (or.
' flit sugnr factory employees and
lOPJr wives held a most successful
iIIV ln "10 "ssembly rooms Thurs-
Jtvenhis. A banquet was served
LlBtle balnnco of tho evening spent
r, and .Mrs. Gcorgo Miller of Mill
Bk, spent tho early part of the
-IBk hero visiting with Mrs. Alma
Btr, who returned to her homo in
Wnth, Canada, Wednesday, after
Bsdlng a mouth visiting her par
KJlr nml Mrs. M. II. lluuhmau.
Bh Young Ladles' Mutual Improve
BHt Association, who havo been do
ft irmtuiBliiiii work In tho City Pn--Boa,
changed their placn of practice
m'M night, and hcrearter will meet
Htaegym or tin, Ornmmnr school.
Htbi! Fourili Ward Primary AsrocIii
H Save a sacred concert Sunday
l-slng In a well filled Mount', and
B''l the luomoti'i-a over $7,00.
Br B. W Taylor went to Millard
ty Thursday, to look over tin
WO ranch near Delta, recently
hacd by Ira I). Wines. Thoro Is
acres of It all cultivated nml un
'Irrigation. If tho proposition
B. Mr Taylor and Illalne Wines
il take clmrgo of It.
BPf. C Yv icnrl returned Monday
BF" Ely. Nevada, whoro ho went tc
'Htlgatu a mining proporty which
'id Salt Lako parties will likely
B over ""'1 operate. Tho property
tlojo t a railroad and ruiiB woll
Bf tad uml silver.
'illle, tlit lU-year-old boh of Mr.
BJMrs Abo Mayborry, whllo split
Home kindling Sunday, accldontl)
about imir wny through" Ills fool
W an ax 0 was hurried to i
Bim Wl'" n-'"80'1 thu wound inn
I, Pfohably bhvo It from having t(
I bt'th W W"B' Jr" hn8 ,l0" BI)0Iu1'
'he w..k attending tho bcrhIoiih
1. ""Stale Legislature. The llepub
lnM il'"1 l"'"10(T",B l,ro cquiilly ill
lu '" ""' ,'"wor House, and hail
IClrU,11,I" '" RCttluK toBOtlior- Ml
lu , "' """ f the eonunltteo or live
wiitci in uih party to mako peaci
" iiii' hcinopmtB,
IL' "'J'1 Ir ICplmilii (lougli o'
Wittily " l"",(1,"'t '" I"'" l t'l'
V t,,,H w,,,,,' Tlioy luft fill
I'Va.'r.'1"1'' '"" mny 0,ll' K0 "'
lltoir. '" ,,a,ln A "w'"t lottoi
I u i Thl Bllltt'', t'"'1 t'11' Kovoni
I from i ' 1"iU,'(1 for llfty voluuteeri
Ioy. '' for lho wt"' wlth aor'
1 1 Mr. Melvln Smulu spent Sunday in
iZiypS2,n' w,,h tho K,,i,erso"
Mr EH IJatchelor took his daughter
to Salt Lake city Sunday for treat
ment to an ear specialist.
Tho North Bench Irrigation com
I'nny will hold Its annual election In
the City Hall Monday, at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. M. Slookey of Salt Lake
uty, was the guest of Mrs. G L
Stookcy Wednesday. ' '
Victor Larson left this week for
.North Tintlc, whero ho will work In
tho North Scranton property.'
The Athenian club held Its regular
weekly meeting Wednesday, with Mrs
I'- A. Child as hostess.
Miss Melvu Clark's young friends
gave her a pleasant surprlso party
Mrs. It M. Strout of Salt Lake City,
Is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. I. H
Allrcd this week.
Mrs. Kbblo Spoor or Salt Lake City,
lo visiting at tho homo of her par
ents, Bishop and Mrs. John Stoker.
Highest cash price paid for chick
ens and other poultry. Will call for
them. Phono 134w-Lchl iG-4t
Miss Lena Worlton who has been
visiting since Christmas with rela
tives hero returned to Salt Lake
City Wednesday.
Mark Shaw attended tho Salt Lake
City Poultry Exhibit Wednesday. Ho
had a pen of prize winning White
Leghorns on exhibition.
Mrs. Sucl Zlmmormau and Mrs. J.
W. Gurney accompanied their sister,
Mrs. Alma Miller, as far as Salt Lako
City Wednesday, on her way to Cana
da. Mr. E. S. Hinckley of the B. Y. U.,
occupied tho tlmo at tho Sunday even,
ing Tabernaclo services, which were
under tho direction of tho First Ward
Sunday School.
Tho girls of tho Senior class of the
Second Wnrd Y. L. M. I. A. surprised
their teacher, Mrs. Emma S. Evans,
at hor homo Tucsduy evening. The
tlmo was spent in playing games and
serving refreshments.
Mrs. Sarah A. Bhodes, one of Lchl's
early Bottlers, eelebroted her 82nd
birthday Friday. All her children
living In Lehl went to her homo nnd
spent tho day thcro and enjoyed a
birthday dinner.
Mr. Alfred Anderson and Bishop .1.
E. Gams of Cedar Fort, spent the
early part of tho week In Lehl. Tho
Bishop camo over to attend priesthood
meeting and do some trading, and Mr
Anderson to attend a meeting ot the
tniHteea of this district.
Mrs. Joshua Crelghton was taken
to Salt Lake City, Monday, to undergo
an operation for gall stones. Two
years ago sho underwent an operation
for a similar complaint, hi this op
eration she hail her gall bladder removed.
Basket Ball
Lehi High
Provo High
League Game
SmuinV Popular
Academy, Lehi R
Bip; Dance After Gamo
I'itvo bent Lehl after n hard
fought batllo last week, and
Lehl expects to return the com.
pllmuiit. Come out r.nd seu how
thoy do it.
wiiliii: tiii: citowos (io.
Mr. John Peterson of Shelley, Ida
ho, Is visiting his children in Lehl.
Mr and Mrs. tThTJoiios were week
end visitors with rrleuds in Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor enter
tained at a successful house party
Saturday evening.
Ceorgo Gaisford, after an absence
of soveral months In Nevada, return
ed home Monday.
Mrs. Itenard Swcnson or Pleasant
Grove, spent Saturday the guest of
Mrs. 0. E. Davis.
U. A. Wall attended n stockholders'
mooting of the Bank of American
Fork on Tuesday.
Misses Bcrnlce and Myrtle Austin
of. Lincoln, nro visiting their sister,
iMrs. Ell Webb.
Mrs. James Allred camo from Provo
on Tuesday to attend the old folks
Mrs. John W. Roberts of Island,
Idaho, Is hero visiting with her
daughter, Mrs. Jerome Davis.
Miss Norma Hammer spent Thurs
day and Friday In Mldvale, tho guest
of hor aunt, Mrs. Egbert.
Miss Cleono Anderson of Salt Lako
City, Is visiting with her cousin, Mrs.
C. L Johnson,
Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Carson and
Miss Loralne Carcon, stopped In Lehl
on their way from Salt Lako to Fair
Hold, Tuesday.
Mrs. Susie Lewis has purchase land
and will build a modern home on It
In tho spring. Tho land is part of tho
old John Beck place.
Mrs. Strong of Provo, wlfo of tho
agent at the Rio Grande Western sta
tion, spent tho latter part of tho week
Mr. Edward Southwick was a Salt
Lako City visitor Wednesday, ho Is
taking a special treatment for kidney
Hebor Bcnnion, Sr., returned to Salt
Lake City Wednesday, after spending
several days visiting his children
ho re.
Mrs. J. C. Baker spent the mid
week In Salt Lako City, whero she
has a daughter attending tho U. of
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson en.
tertalned at their homo at the sugar
factory Saturday ovcnlng, nt an old
fashioned dancing party and picnic.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bone of I.e
land, aro visiting relatives In Lehl
Mr. Bono Is superintendent of tho cut
ting station at Lcland.
Sterling Bciilon entertained a num
ber of his young friends nt a flinch
party at his brother's homo In the
First Ward Saturday evening.
Mr. Nato Itockhlll of Salt Lake
City, spent n part of tho week here
looking nftcr his farming interests
west of Saratoga.
Mr. Georgo Evans who has been
working nt tho sugar factory, went
to Salt Lako City Monday to complete
his business course, which ho com
menced at tho Hoover Business Col
lege last year.
Misses Sadlu Broadbont, Viola Gar.
dner, Chelta Davis nnd Mablo Brlggs,
Messrs Azor Southwick, Alox Brown,
Virgil Goatcs and Barlo Fox, formed
a merry sleighing party on Saturday
night. A dainty lunch was enjoyed
as a good night nt Miss Gardner's.
Tho benefit dauco for Mrs. Amos
Rhodes In tho Arcado 3IalI, Monday
night, was ono of tho most largely at
tended this yoar, nnd netted the coin
mlttco over $fiO, which was given tc
tho widow and orphnnB.
A social was given on Tueuday
ovonlng tit tho homo of Mrs. Emmn
Evans In honor or Mrs. Emma Evnup
nnd Mrs. Dulclo Francom, rotlrlng of
floors of the Second Ward M. I. A
Mrs. Evatis wns tho Senior class leod
er and !rs. Francom wrs Junior
class leador.
A double sleighing party, consisting
of Messrs nnd Mesdames Darrow Lott
Roy Davis, Ron Wells, Bert Peterson.
Joh. Glover, Leu Francom, Dr. Worl
ton, and W. E. Evans, was enjoyed
Wednesday evening, with a supper at
Harrow Lutt'a afterwards,
Mr. Harold Goodwin entertained
Miss Lllllo Shlp.and mother, nnd Mr
If rank W. Asperinnd mother, nt sup
per after the BPHp-Aspor concert In
tho Royal Wednesday evening.
The Wednesday ovonlng lllblo class,
being conducted liy lrof. N. L. Nel
son, has becomo bo ojmlar that tin
room In th Ornirunnr building Is tax
ed to lti capacity. Last Wednesday
night additional chairs had to be
brought in. ,.
I :: Inventory is a Thing of the Past :-: 1
I N- uant l unload a lot mure gamls-Me luuci mere than ho ought U 9
nirrj, and f mu. )u.ra (.nr ,,,,, f ff rrhp (Ii(j m( flo M
-II Mill ,,. ,, hmlri.(N f ,,ollnrs (, m fn,(flf noi(i i)nn nrrh(1
f Hie gnmls, nlll ,. ,, , , mifl im, mM u ,,,
In Ihe v,a, f WlXTI.'lt (jOIS ulll l. closed uut at bargain prlees. I
I Me also ha,,, our regular nil jear round goods that vu- mini to sell I
I J.....XST. The Racker Mei-cantile Company. I
vu B
A successful social, both socially
mid financially, wns given by tho Ith
Wnrd on Tuesday evening. Program,
picnic and datirlug wero the features
of the evening. The proceeds went
to pay ward expenses.
0 ? ,?,. oooooooooo
Saturday night the Seniors were de
llghtfully entertained at tho homo of
tho class president, Clifford Willis,
Every one present reports having had
an excellent tlmo.
The same night tho Sophomore
class enjoyed an oyster supper nt the
High School building.
' The chapel exercises were' conduct
ed by tho Juniors. An entertaining
reading was given by Heber Reunion.
Other members of tho class gave u
faculty meeting, which was followed
by a solo by Lcota Taylor.
Alex Brown, Barlow Fox, Thomas
Powers, Frank Peterson, Clifford Fox
and Darrow Scliow registered In High
School last Monday. This makes the
total relgstrallon ICC.
Miss Emma Johnson of Provo, and
Miss Beatrice Gunther of Salt Lake
City, were High School visitors Tues
day. The student arc cramming for the
mid-year examination, which comes
next week.
Principal Hopkins visited American
Fork Tuesday.
Several of tho students went with
the team to Provo Friday night. Al
though wo wero defeated, we still
have high hopes of defeating Holier,
for Lehl defeated Pleasant Grove nnd
Plcnsant Grovo defeated American
Fork, and American Fork defeated
There were two runaways last Sat
urday. 01c Larson's meat wagon
started off when Its driver wan in r
houso delivering meat. Ah It crossed
tho D. & R. 0. track, west of the can
iilng factory, u man tried to stop the
speeding horso and ran tho outfit In
to a shado tree, resulting In tin
smashing of tho wagon and spilling
meat parcels up tho street.
Tho othor was that of Emmclt Sor
renson, who left his horso and buggy
standing down town. Tho horsu start
ed home, and after searching for II
several hours, found the buggy lodg
ed between u hndo tree and the
fenco nenr tho Waste Ditch.
i u
tjuicKKST ki:.mi:by i:vi:u
Wo havo nover r.old anything hero
In Lohi with tho INSTANT action of
tho slmplci mlxturo or buckthorn hark,
glycerine, etc., known as Adler.l-kn
This remedy, used successrully ror
nppondlcltls, is so quick nnd power
ful thnt ONE SPOONFUL relieves
almost ANY CASH of cotiBtlpatlon,
sour or gassy stomach. Adlor-l-ka i
acta on BOTH lowi.r and upper bowel
and It Is tho moBt THOROUGH bowel
clennser wo ever saw. II. 11. Mnrrl
how, druggist,, Lehl. Tho American
Fork Drug Company report great
national wi:sn:iiv STOCK
snow nr.NViut, .iax, is ani 23.
Low oxourslon rates via Salt Lake
Itouto, Jan. lfith nnd Kith, to Denver
Colorado Springs nnd Pueblo. Re
turn limit Jan. .list. Fare from Am
erican Fork I22.C0. 0-2t
Johnson 8c Sons
Baggage Transfer
Tel. 15.
Just South of D. & R. G.
State Bank of Lehi 1
United States Depository for Postal Savings jfl
Every safeguard known to modern banking for the
security and safely of their funds.
4 per cent, interest paid ou time- deposits, compounded H
every six months. I !
-fmiMiMi0 our bc3t advcrti3omo"t. I
-t?3t. BVBB) ('a,m:o' "AMIS, PACK mid TEETH JH
w I ivfjBBM mon"8 " Rr(,,,t ,,cl to overy woman. BOB
sii""1! I tfl3Gw T,l better condition' sho can keep DJ
t y U-x JRy thom '" ,no J'ouiiKcr sho will look fljg
GJSisttvl and fftel. Our toilet wares includo Jill
!0?T?'' everything tho dalntlost women could fill
'S-UAU'll ,,osl'-?. nt prices tho most prudent UU
fe7 M Iirureht I
Roller Skating IffijiKftiBmiMll I
itoLicKiNo llllytQjffiRQllffl ml
I IBnHKMHffiillllliNII y
Clean, lleallhy .Sport-Come I I QwC&uSSDn9SQDBl I K
and I H-jjjHI Jl 1
11. G. FciiUicrMionc I rJrJPBJHI l
Manager u I &Hfi9p3EBSBCHBl I Ml
mKmmmmmmmmsmmmmmmammsmnmmammHmmmmmmmummmmmm 1 1
Automobile, Motorcycle I Genoral Repairing, 1
and I Vulcanizing, I
Bicyclo Accessories. I Gasoline and Oils. I
State Streot
Phono 12-2 Ring3. Adjoining Reltuc Inn 1 1
I i o
Wo Specialize in Repairing, Painting and Overhauling 1
Automobiles During the Winter Season. 1
There's a Difference I
In Sugar 1
To look upon all sugar as be- As Insurance for perfect su- Bl
Ing alike Is no more reasonable gar, see that your order calls SJ
than to look upon all water its for Utah-Idaho Sugar. M
,,('J"R mir" Tho combined efforts of 7 wl
There Is pure wnter and K''"" fnutorles and a big corps j
germ-huhn water. Thor Is of experts havo beci centered jfj
Utah-Idaho Sugar-"tho stand- elevating It to Its present MX
aid ot sugar perfection" mid Vuwlo position. E
theie is "Just suirar." All(J (l wlll glay tloro. Bl
What Jim gci depeudu t-wl Jy Wo guarantee that NO sugar Kg
upon whin Jim ask for "r P'oduccd will ever excel- HI
III ?$s!r l.WMiimw7' r-ww.i1 niHi'"inMniijn,f iiii)wy njft BBBJ
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