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H Mlsa Corn Thorno, u local ticliool
H lonelier, apont tho tlio woclc end nt
1 faor homo in Sprlngvllle.
B Mrs. Jessu I 'nt rick of Officii 10.
H turned to Iter homo Sundny after
H visit with her sister, Mrs. Charles
H "Wilson.
H Miss Clriin May Koch, u Connor
H high neliool toaehor, who Id now llv-
H Ing li Salt l.nko City, was tho guest
WM of Mrs. Androw FJold Sundny.
H Mi 8. Kurl Hortcll and daughter
H Hlnncho, enmo homo Friday nttor n
H two months visit In Idnho Falls, as
H guests of Mrs. Mary McVlcar.
H Miss Alice llolmstend who will
H tech Domestic Art nnd Sclonco In tho
HB rnyson High School tho coming win.
H lor loft for Pnynon on Saturday.
B $17 Stylo Plus clothes do not change,
H no mnttor what tho advance tho snino
H year round, and tho world over Chip.
B man's is where you got them.
M Mr. Enoch Husron and ohlldron Wtl.
M ford, Delia and llovn nutord to Og-
1 don Sunday and npont Iho day wl-'
M Mrs. Alhort Dransflelil. Thoy return
B cd with MrH. Rubboh who hnn heen
H visiting for a week Ihcro.
1 Garage
I State St.
I That's all
i Cement Head Stones
tt I nm propnrcd to mnke all kinds
i&l 'of Cement Tomb Stune. Tho kind
It' thnl Is heliif tfi'd In California
cemeteries. 'I hey look ns veil ns
I marblo nnd mnr longer mid the
B price Is scleral Utiles cheaper.
H If yon contemplate getting hend
Q stones, call anil nee my designs
H nnd the iiiullty of my work.
H mfi.ixV.-TrW - i ! rillll
H Lcbi, Utab.
I Leo.W. Goaios
m Undertaker unci Kmualmor.
i Open Day mid Nirhl. Phone C4 J.
i.lllll, UTAH.
H UV make life slo enlargements,
H any htjlo, also cop) jour old pie.
H tu res.
H our studio opi:x ritoji s to ii
H Slake an appoliitmeul villi us Our
B uork Is A.No. 1.
H i,i:ur, itaii. !
p For Permanence"
R Cuherts I MS-lC-ia-s
j nrnin Ttio I fi-r.-4-x t
H Caps- Sills U u'er-1 nbi
Bk Water Troughs- l-- I rung .
Rp Fnc v'"1 ,
lit "
Jib tn-r
4ff I (hi ,.
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Miss Amy Famawoith wns a wcok
end visitor In Salt I.ako City.
Ml4 Mill Cloik camo homo Mon
day uflor a fow days visit In Proto.
Mra. Hoher Honnlon, Jr., returned
homo Tuesday nflor n flvo dayH visit
with her parents In Salt I.ako City.
MIhb Lena Worlton and MrH. Poail
Lundburg of Salt Lake .City, weie
visiting with lelntlvcH In l.chl Sunday
Vesfi i:atiB left Tuesday for Ok.
don to work n week at tho Slato He.
form school.
MIhh Irma Prtornon of Provo Ih vIm.
Itlng with her sister, Mrs. Arthur
Mls Kdna Glhh departed Thuiiwlay
for Hluo Crook, Hox Uhler county,
whero sho will teach school during the
Tho faro Is only lfio for the round
trip on tho Orom lino. Wo Invito nil
the ladles and glrlfl to first look at
our eonts for fall and wlnter'-Wo
can pleaso you nil Chlpmnn'a.
MIsh I-ydla Wilcox lina boon nt Am.
oilcan' Fork for Iho past wcok with
Mrs. Samuel Wnnlasi who ban a now
baby boy.
Among tho Carnival visitors Tuos.
day woro Mr. nnd Mrs, 11. N. Adams,
Mrs. William Ashor nnd Wnlaco Pet
erson. Mr. anil Mra. Will Worlton nre home
after spending tholr honeymoon visit
ing In Salt I.ako City, Ogdon and
Mrlgham for n short tlmo.
Ml?p Kllon and Mr. Looter Sponc-i-of
nscnlcnto. arrived In T.clil Sunday
ovonlng. Thoy will attend tho l.chl
high school this wlntor, nnd Ilvo nt
tho homo of Mra. Atnrtha Ilushmnn.
The offlcora nnd toenhora of th"
Second Ward Sunday school, togeth
er with tholr pnrtnern. woro enter,
talncd nt a watermelon bust Monday
evening In tho Assembly rooms.
If you nro looking for pretty hats
for tho girls and boya that nro not
oxponBlvo, call on Chlpmnn'a Hlg nod
Store, you will find Fall nnd Wlntor
hnta for all tho boya and girls.
MIkh Vclda Klrkhnm of Moapa,
Nov., who baa boon visiting In Can.
ada, sVcnt Friday and Saturdny at
tho homo cf hor grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. .Tamca Klrkhnm.
0 corgo A ClontcH, nsslstuut Supt. of
tho State Hefonn School nt Ogdon nnd
stato parole agent, wna In I.ohl Sun.
day and addressed tho Tabernaclo
meeting In tho evening.
Dr. nnd Mra. J. M. Thorup attend,
cd tho meeting of tho Utnh State
Medical Association In Salt I.ako Wed
nesday and woro also present at tho
P. and S Mutnnl bnnouot In tho ev.
Mra. William Kcmlngtnn of Pol timid,
Oregon 1a visiting with hor mother,
Mra. Sarah J. Walker. Mr. and Mrs.
Remington made a t ur of Yollnw.
tono Park, after which ho returned to
Oregon while ho camo to I.ohl.
Or. Worlton mndo a trip to Ameri
can Fork Canyon Monday night to got
a man who had his eyes blown full
! of powder and mud by a premnturo
shot. Tho man Is now recovering nt
the local hospital. ,
I lloya nnd jrlrls, ladle and wives,
when yin want Uiobo good Union
Suits- BOo per pair Cblpman'a U tho ,
place. i
The nrlRlmm Young University at
Provo. Utah, begins Its forty-first
I academic yoar Sept. 25. 1016. Uofltls
t rat Ion of students Sept. 2S and 20;
distinction boKlns Hopt 27. ltoque'
for cntnloKiiea and other Information
will lecelvc prompt attention. 2.4t
The Ten HigSiest
Tin: on: vow stvmis
32 H!3,23.j
12 012,790
100 C33.980
138 010,250
10 687,905
3 492.500
IB 887.100
180 237.090
17 143,74..
Is vin'r name nnnn,r flip "1 VVK
1 s-'V . leli t V i' V t i
nr- - " - 9ATURDAY' SgMBHH , 1
K. W. Schnledcr and Aaron AllrcUj
were Intorurban passencors to Salt
Lake Monday. ,
MIhb Klsle Crosby of Preston, Idaho
has been a suost of her cousin, M1s
Mildred Karl for the past wcok.
Chlpman'H candles ln their new
onso aro a saving of lolo20 p'r
A new baby boy nr rived at the
homo of Mr. and Mra. John . Comer
W. A. Knight attended a bonnl
meeting of the ennal presidents In
Salt I.ako Monday.
Fiancls Wilcox who baa been work
ing In Cedar Valley thin summer came
homo this week to attend high school.
13. A. Ilushtnan, Jr., and brother
Suol, returned Saturday from market
Ing n train load of lnmbs on th
Missouri Itlver.
n A. Wall underwent a nuccwful
operation for npiiondlcltla at the lo
cal hospital Monday and la rccoerlng
Tho Second Ward M. I, A. officers i
held a social In tho Commercial Clubj
roonin Sntuiday ovonlr.ff, spending i
three hours In gatnea, music ami a,
luncheon. ,
Have your bIiocj repaired by ono,
vho lonrn-il tho trade at tho Economy1
"lion Shop on Main street. Yon ullli
o given satisfaction. 12tf.
A. II. Anderson. I.olnnd Anderson. I
and J. W. Wing. Jr., returned Satur..
day from a business trip In Hurley
and Twin Falls, Idaho and tho northern
part of Utnh.
i t
T. M. Chnpnuin returned tho pnM
week from Altonah on tho roncrvn. ,
(Ion whero ho boa purchased a farm
Ho says that tho surveyors! aro cross
sectioning for a railroad nnd the set.
tloia nro happy Ho will return In
another week.
Men's now fall suits apd over coats
In nt.Chlpnian's. No mattor how stout
or tall wo plcaBo them nil, our mam.
moth stock permits It-Chip,
Tho First Ward Primary Association
orrtcora woro entortalncd at a house
social by Mrs. Mary A. n.VvIn Tnfit
Chnrlos Coatea moved Ms furnlturo
to Ogdon Tuesday whoro ho Is em
ployed at tho Stnto Industrial School.
Mra. Oontcs and the children loft tho
following day for their new homo. ,
Fall I.lnolcumns just In at Chip-,
man's when you put up Hint stovo1
ivinember Chlpman's hae tho I.lnol. '
ouuins, you can always depond on I
Chlpman'H if you need anything. '
The marriage of Carl Jonea and1
Juliet Knowlton of Salt I.nko City" took
place Thursday In the Salt I.nko Tom.
plo. A (pilot reception wns hold in tho
ovonlng nt tho home of tho brides
parents. i
I)r and Mis. J. It. Anilorson of i
Ml Pleasant spent several hours ns
guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. J. jr. Thorup
I Sunday. Thoy were making nn nuto'
trip to Salt I.ako City.
Mr. and Mm. W. 13. Kuns, I.oland
'Aiidemoii. Miss Mary Powell and
John Centos woro uiiioiik tho Lohl poo.
'plo who wltnessod the pnrmlo for the
.Salt PiIiiccm in snit i.a:o jrondny
Some people wonder how It la that
Chlpman'B get so much trade, that
la easy thoy keep a cood Block
thoy sell for cash they have court,
ous clerki ajul Chlpman's cash prlcou
, Mr. Joseph W. Holden ontartlnr'
at supper Tuesday evenltiR. Tho tablo
fairly Rroaned with th0 good of the
ic!rth nnd Mra. flolden's frlanda con.
jtemplato liavlnp her ronduct a home
! economics class. Covers cro laid for
twelve suosts.
A Pleasant drove vouth who wns
arrestod bore Friday cealng for
toxlcatlon claimed to be u Juvenile and
aa let go home. When ho lonrnw'
that M.iMlinl S'mthw'fk v.- propnr
Ing to lodge a eompl.iii.t iigforo the
juvenile rout the d.n Mlowlng, be
crtw truthful mkM, ,i' t-1( hlH cor-
're. t i, Hi-! 'd i, , $15.00.
, It has been said tl, a ivory third
, person has catarrh i,i n form,
, Science has shown th muwl catarrh
j often indicates a guiu.il weakness
of the body; and ! .. , irt3tments in
" f '"'f ''' ' c,Uo little.
i' I
.1 1 ti. t ft
'. ill t'
Mis. John Peck Is spending a month (
with relatlvos in St. George.
Mrs. William Ashor spent Tuesday
with friends In Salt Lake.
Mr. Virgil Ooalos is ai Idaho visit
or nt Idaho Falls this week.
Mis. Julian Krogh of the Saratoga
Sorbins underwonl an operation Sin
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kvnns attend
the fashion show In Salt Lake Tuos.
Afton Petorson nnd Hrvan Hateninn
retained this wck from spending the
mmmor working In Hush Valley.
l Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hock spent the
'enily part of tho week with friends
In Sail LakcClty.
Mr. and Mrs. Moso Kvans of Spanish
Fork wei o guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A.
lSlnde Wednesday. i
Mrs. C. 13. Hlanpled of Mllford I
i spending ton dnys with relatives In '
, l.chl.
i .
Jioriin souinwicK oi iiio .National
Hank of tho Republic of Salt Lake
Is spondlng a two weeks vacation with
hla parents In Lchl.
Miss Annlo Woolston left Wcilncs.
day for Lcwlston, Cache County to
teach school.
Leslie Coatcs and Harold Goodwin I
wont to Salt Lnke this week whore
thoy will attend tho stnto university
this wlntor.
Mrs. Sorcn Sorscnson spent the early
pnrt of tho week visiting hor daughter
In Tlntlc.
The stork left n baby girl at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Huso Fr!
I Mrs. Aithur Peterson of Hlugham
Is visiting this week with her parents
Mr. and Mra. II. C. Hanson.
Miss Viola Gardner left Thursday
for Idaho Falls, whoro sho will bo
tho guest of Mia. Alex Ilrown for a
Mr. and Mra. J. W. Wing, Jr.. nio
touring tho noithorn part of Utah and
southern Idaho In their car. It Is
a business trip for Mr. Wing.
j Mr. nnd Mra. S. I. Godwin, Henry
Lowis, Sldnoy Gllchil.st and Harold
flnnilu'tti fnrmrxl nn nuln nl. I..
Salt I.ako Tuesday.
Mr. and Mra. Lionel HeiiHcn will
leavo for St. George next week. A
party In tholr honor was given nt the
Third Ward church last ovonlng.
Mr. nnd Mra. I). A. Thomas were
tho guosta of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fugcne
Roberts in Salt I.nko Wednesday ev.
Young Men. If you want to bo sty.
Hshly dressed, got your suit, shoos,
hat etc.. at Chlpman's everything
right up to tho last word In stylo.
j Mr. nnd Mrs. N. P. Johnson and Mr.
and Mrs. .1. W. Chilton formed an
jnuto paity to tho Snlt Princess festl.
val Tuesday.
! Sehow Ilrothora tho coneroto niniiu
faeturers have completed n now work
shop at their down town factory. It
la made of cement blocks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dennis Giles nnd the
MIsbob Louie and Vorn Thomas formed
an auto patty who spent the week end .
in Snlt Lake. ',
Mis Horetta Tumor and Charley'
Turner returned to Hinglinm Monday 1
after a brief visit with tholr parents, '
Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlos Tumor. '
Messrs. Ray Monson. Res Perry.
Storl McBeth. Miss 13thel Flulnyson
nnd Miss Harney of Payson formed
an nuto paity who spont Sundny ns
gnosis of Miss Mario Nelson.
Tho Molhors' olub hold its fir ;
meeting of tho sonson Thursday nf
tornoon nt tho New Wost Cottage
After an intorostlng .program, ro-
froshmonts woro served,
Moimreh the fuel saver, Monarch
wilh n good draft, Monarch tho kins i
of all stool ranges. Sold by Chip. .
man's Everyone guaranteed or your '
money haok.
Cnnstiputlflii tho rather of Mnny ills.
I Of tho numerous ills that offset hu.
I maulty a lame share start with con.
'sanation. Keep your liowels regular
and they may be avoided. When a
Inxetlve Is needed taVe Chamberlain's
T'iblefs 1 1" v rit -nlv th-mo the bow
p' lnt mi"i n tii. -'Trf'tfi nnd
I I' ,'- 't r,
" I I ' ' '
Us " Wi Sweet, tcmptinj;,lusciou9...the r; I
2&$h m rc'. toI""to" Put up 111 the modi. '
ml A on'itary Parker Canneries? d"n'
Wf I Always rendy to Bcrve. H
f ,(,Jrnn !"d P"ckc,1 in t!,e valleys of I
32: VNJ the Hoekics. " 0I
A Sny ""' Siar BrHnd" u, your lroe(f
m I'livkcil by tho H
LiSm &?- OG0KN utau
iilWFifc' . . I
9IaP ,&KZrW2Pr ULl-.HlajmS
Within the next GO days we ask all our I
subscribers to send ,us a check or call in and I
sottle up for their subscription for THE BAN- I
amount is very small for each person, but it I
amounts to a large sum totaled together. I
For the benefit of those who are owing for I
more than one year and take no notice of our I
statements, we will turn their account over to I
the Publishers' Adjusting Association. We I
hope thei r will be few who will ocmpell us to I
take this course. I
A-L-P-I-N-E P-U-B. CO. I
OCTOBER 25, 1916. I
ornemts first ward
At tho First Waid meeting Sunday,
tho Sunday school olllccrs wcro re.
leased and tho following now onos
sustained: . Carlos Sehow, superinten
dent; Vernon Anderson 1st nnd Will,
lam Loverhlgo 2nd assistants; Leah
Whipple, secretary; Leo Hanson,
cholrstor; Arol Soutliwlck nsslstnnt
cholrstcr. A party In honor of tho
retiring officers wns given Thursday
A good friend stnnds by you when
In need. Utah County pcoplo tell bow
Donn's Kidney Pills hnvo stood tho
test. William Soutliwlck endorsed
Doau's ovor two years ago and later
confirms tho story. Could you nsk
iui ilium convincing icrtimony?
William Soutliwlck, Sr., rotlrod
rarmer. First North ft Fifth Wost
Sts.. Lehl. says "I havo used Doan's
Kidney rills off and on for years for
kidney ailments I think lUjM
tho best kidney iiiedlcino to bo IB
lleforo I hoard of Doan's Kidney ?M
I suffered terribly, hut It didn't tfl
them long to relievo nil the pv
and nches and rcstoro my kldnenB
tholr proper working order." I
Soutliwlck said- "Donn's Kidney
kcop my kidneys normal nnd myfeB
strong. Kvcry word of wM
snid boforo is true" I
Price r,0c, at all dealers. !
simply nsk for a kidney rcmcJr-J
Doan's Kidney Pills-the me
Mr. Soutliwlck lies twice P&-B
recommended. Fostcr-Mllburn '
Props, Huffalo, N. Y I
iii:.MR3rin:K this miiw j1
n wnnt ml. er nuj oilier Mnd tl
(Ico In this paper, it nlio tPM
our other two papers ulU'Oit"'!
(rn plinrRe fr 1. It ! the t
Ills hiibscrlbers jou ret nil ll"51
from our three papers-, ami !"'
pay for one.
Good Fruit, Good Swg'ar
--Good Preserves
With tho KTiulunl in- to ho emuii-l I,,ns ""
croaso in tho cost ol" nil tons will ! wnstctl i"!
foodstuffs, housowivos ymY ir lh" ll,,"S v
will find that with a lib- do not conw'ru'. ' ,,i,
oral quantity of canned W for "ll tlm '"
fruit in tho collar Uioy with liih P"-
will havo dono much to 0nn .uu oi ii"1'
rcliovo tho high cost of start lodn. h,',ccl
livinB U.U winter. - fruit, uw I tal UW
gnv and ' )1C
?ww plenty of fruit will bo . K
Utafi-?daho Sv
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