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IL.inv. November 25, 1920 IH
' -' - THE LEIU SUN, LEHI, UTAn. Paw Three IbYJ
IBusingss Directory
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K THE ELEOTRIO
ft BAKERY and OA2TE J
11 Modern electrically !,,,
bakery eiUtHhot.
I Always a full tcck ot treah
tread. cake and paatry. J
B Mean eorTed at all aoure. 4
I Julius Ottorson, Prop. J
MAIN 8TRSET LHI
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I HAMMER LIVERY
j us Bomothing for transfer we
re at your sorvlco.
Dugglcs For Ulro. ,
Joseph Hammer, Prop.
B 1at West Street
B Half Block South Main Street
Lchl, Utah.
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M "OHIROPRAOTIO"
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Hti Science of the Human Spine
B and He adjustment.
J, M. GRANT, D. 0. J
B Phone 113 American Fork
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N. 0. MALAN J
DKRTAKER and EMBALMER
m Opon D&y and Night
B Telephone 44
H Lehl, Utah.
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HERBERT TAYLOR
NOTARY PUBLIC J
H-IRE AND AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE J
Peoplo's Bank of Lehl
mate street leh,J
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HENRY LEWIS
BjtB INBURANCB RKAXj KflTATB
BB Boate furnished (or axnrUjl&f
nepretentlivg Lion Bonata Co. 4,
BB Omaha. Neb. J
BB NOTARY PUBUO T
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Bur want ads
BHll SALE CHEAP Two good
BXcs. Josoph Hammor, Lehl. adv.
BBr Salo at a bargain, a 4-roomed
Bo with pantry and closots. Sco
Jroe Wilson, Lchl. 0-30-tf
WTO TOP REPAIR SHOP Back
BJhtns and Tops mado to ordor,
BEilns called for and delivered at
Bcrs Qarago. Martin Nlolson,
Brolct Dealer, Amorlcan Fork,
Hie 25-W. 11-25-41
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HLES F0RSALE Whlto Win
Bft'ermaln, Wlnosaps, Home, Iloauty,
various othor kinds, at roauonablo
Bjea. Sco Lott RuBson or Iloubon
Bfton. adv.
Scientific
Taxidermist
Bnxidermy work dono in nil its
BiflioH, Birds, Animals, Qnmo
H(1r, mounted truo to life Skins
Bvcd mid mndo into rugs, furs
J Denr skins tnnncd and mndo
HI buckskin. Muffs, Purs, otc,
Bo to ordor. Address
BJ 0. TALMAQE, Taxidermist
BE Bpringvillo, Utah
Bwpfjppeirnons nt my expense)
THELEHI SUN
Ptibishcd every Thursday nt '
Lehi, Utah.
Entered at the postofflce aTKht
UJnssecoiid class matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Onu year, in advanco . .$1.50
Local Items
Mrs. J. A. Walton of Salt Lake
spent Sunday hero with rolatlvos.
Miss Mlrl Clark wbb a Salt Lako
visitor Friday.
Miss Edna Rolfo spoilt tho week
end In Salt Lako with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Ilackor and
family spent Sunday In Salt Lako.
Miss Mabel Giles was a Salt Lako
visitor Friday.
Dont forget tho frco theatre tlckots,
one with ovory dollar nt Peoplo's
Coop. ntV
Jnspor Holfo was a buslnoss visitor
to Salt Lako Thursday.
o
Mrs. Carrlo Bono and children of
MacKny, Idaho, Is visiting hero at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. John Bono.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. ThomnB of Salt
Lako spent Saturday and Sunday hero
with Mrs. D. A. Thomas.
Mrs. Josoph Itoborts entertained at
supper Sunday ovening In honor of
her son Earl. Covers woro laid for
eight.
o
Mrs. Earl Condor of Amorlcan Fork
spent tho week-end hero with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rolfo.
o
Tho Big Salo Continues nt Peoplo's
Coop. adv.
o
Mrs. B. D. Kemp of Magna, was
visiting hero last week with hor
mother, Mrs, John Woods.
o
Miss Erma Chrlstonscn of Salt Lako
Is visiting hero with Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Clark.
Miss Llzzlo Shaw was n Drapor
visitor Wednesday, tho guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Shaw.
o
Mr, and Mrs, D. II. Leo of Magnn
aro spending Thanksgiving hero with
rolatlvos.
Miss Altn Ilntomnn was a Salt Lako
vlsltorf Friday.
Miss Mattlo Davis spent Sunday In
Pleasant Qrovo visiting with Mr. nnd
Mrs. Winn Clark.
o
Bargains In ovory dopartmont at
Peoplo's Coop. adv.
o
Mrs. Stanloy Firth and daughter ot
Pocatollo, Idaho, aro visiting hero tho
.guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Shaw.
o
Big Salo still on at Watson's, adv.
Miss Allco Jones, who is attending
school In Provo, spoilt tho wook-ond
horo with hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomns Jones.
How's This?
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars neward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medtclno.
Iloll'a Catarrh Medtclno haa been taken
by catarrh eufferora for the pnjt thirty
nve yeara. and haa bocomo known na tho
moat rcllablo romedy for Catarrh. Halts
Catarrh Medlclno acts thru the Blood on
tho Mucous surfaces, expelllnu tho Pol
eon from the Dlood and healing tho dis
eased portions. . .... v
After you have taken Hall's Catarrh
Medlclno for a short tlmo you will see n
urcat Improvement In your goijeriu
hrnlth. Start taklnff Hall's i Catarrh Mcdl.
rlne at once and net rid of catarrh. Bend
for testimonials, tros.
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B J Remember your friends and acquaintances with
Hf (i suitable personal greeting.
IB I Our line of Christmas Cards, printed or engraved,
H is new and up-to-date; individual, yet inexpensive.
I "Keep up the Christmas Spirit"
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III' mv choicest designs are (goX o'tx
WOK DKLAV HAV WEAK DKSAPPOINTMBNT
1 LEHI SUN PUB. CO.
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Warrsn Bon? ipgnt, several, days
this week in Salt Uke, the guost of
hl aimer. Mrs. It. H. mieg.
; A wireieu imisTage from Sa'ntn
C nus states that ho will nrrivo with
, 'l8 loaa of Xmn. goods and toys'nt
Iooplos Coop, noxt week, Docombor
"rat- .adv.
I Monday ovenlng"a7 tho homo of hor
paronts, Mlg Blanche Wohb enter
tained at a party honor ot hor
birthday nnnlveriary. Tho ovening
was spent with gamos and music.
Balnty rofreshnionts woro served.
Now bargains every day at I'ooplo's
C-P- ' ndv.
Tuesday ovening hi tho First Ward
Amusomont Hall, tho mutuals of tho
First, Second and Fifth wards enter
tained nt n Harvest Fostival. Games,
music nnd dancing was enjoyed by
thoso prosent. nofreshments woro
served.
Don't fall to visit Watson's Big Salo.
Mrs. W. E. Ilackor ontortalnod at
dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Moslali Evans and Mrs. B. Oj
Bush.
i
Mr.nnd Mrs. Jncob Evnup, Mr. and
Mrs. Moslah Evans, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Frank Evans nnd Carl Evans attond'oil
tho funeral of Mrs. Hnchol Campbell
horo Sunday.
Tho son of MrTTnd Mrs. Herman
Allrcd Is recovering from an Illness
of ten days. Ho suffered a Blight
touch of pneumonia.
Groat values oITorcd nt Watson's
Big Sale. , ndv.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ilackor aro
spending Thanksgiving in Snlt Lako
with relatives.
Mrs. John Woods Is visiting in
Magnn this week with hor daughtor,
Mrs. B. D. Komp.
Frnnklo O'Brien of Salt Lako Is
spending tho week-end hero with rola
tlvos. y
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A flno baby boy arrived at tho
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo A. Fox
of Provo Tuesday. Mothor and babo
doing lino.
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Now bargnlns ovory day, nt Pooplo'a
Coop. ndv.
A flno baby girl nrrlvod ot tho
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Doll Manning
of Salt Lake, October ICth. Mrs.
Manning was formerly ' Miss Vera
Varnoy of this city.
Monday evening in tho Qrominor
Grado school building, tho Grnmmor
Grado Teachers entertained tho
Primary and High School teachers at
a party. Tho ovening was spent with
games nnd music. Refreshments woro
served.
Bargains In ovory department at
Peoplo's Co-op. adv.
Mr. and Airs. John R. Bono woro
I-ehl visitors Sunday.
o
Blghop Henry Lewis was a Salt
Lako buslnoss visitor last wcok.
Ira Lewis Is spending this wcok In
Snlt Lnke, visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Hanson of 8andy, spont last
wook horo with hor "son, Owon Han
son. 1
Now bnrgalns ovory dny nt People's
Co-op. a,iv.
o
Mr. and Mrs. Goorgo P. Prlco
wero visiting with Murray rolatlvos
Sunday.
Dr. F. D. Worlton"nttondcd a medi
cal mooting nt Provo Tuesday ovohlng.
,0
Mrs. Lloyd Rudy of Pleasant Grovo,
was a Lohl visitor Sunday.
o-
Mrs. J. Johnson of American Fork,
was visiting horo with hor slstqr, Mrs.
II. E. Itadmall, Sunday. ,
Mrs. Adolph Hungor was visiting
with roaltlvoB In Pleasant Grovo Mon
day. o
Great values offered at .WatBon's
lg Salo. ' N .ndv.
Lovl Swohson of Snlt Lako was the
guost of MIbs Clara Dovoy Sunday. '
Miss Hortonso Evnna spout Tues
day In Salt Lako.
Warren Goatos was n visitor nt
Salt Lake Tuesday.
In placo of n Xmas card, send your
photo-both soasonablo but ono, a
pormanont romlndor of yoursolf.
Larson and Hollow ovor Brondbents
Storo. Studio open Saturday. 11-25-21
Mr. and Mrs. Thadus Powell, nnd
Mr. nd Mrs. Isaac Bono nutood to
Provo Friday.
Miss Flora West of Ploasant Grovo,
wns visiting In Lehl Monday tho
guost of Mr. and Mrs. Soron Soronson.
Mrs. S. A. Smith, Miss Mario Gun
thcr nnd John Smith woro Salt Lako
visitors Tuo8day.
Dont forgot tho froo thcatro tlckotB,
ono with ovory dollar at Peoplo's
Coop. ndv.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Rndmall, who
hnvo been living horo for tho past
year, aro moving to Amorlcan Fork
this week.
Frod Klrkham, who is oniployod at
West Jordan, spent Wednosday horo
with his parotnB, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hyrum
Klrkham.
Now bargains ovory dny at Pooplo's
Co-op. adv.
-o
Mr. and Mrs. David Carson spont
Tuosday of Inst wcok nt Salt Lako
visiting rolatlvos. Their daughtor,
Emily, who had boon visiting hor
grandmothor thcro, returned with
thorn.
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