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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 14 December 1922

l n H ' ''"fW weiiD s Holiday Prize c.- i LI!1 ll Hveryono needs a watch, lot Old WWW W HflVllliMff MV UIJ Ui ' W&M Sanla pl,t ono ln yollr BtoeklnB' EYES PAIN YOU IV I HI W(vO 1 Percent Discount on All kv . m yg m .... .. ,. 1(. llf 1 f'Avl Watches Mm Jl A M m I I)on l lot 'ostraln 8P" n Slurry FVi U , Ji'Sn I AHfll0iff AMU tllA Xnms, Rut thorn oxanilned nt onco. I I I H . wOmIwoi ana oaic . -. la I1' II IF 'wFW1 M Grand Prizes Given Away -10 Z y 1 J 19 k fP l4 I SPEND A D0LLAR AND 013T IN 0N TIIE "uMlr f passes , ) n 11 IMLP'iy) GUESSING CONTEST fiaui 10,' ,0'5 off " "" elasse8, pi IBt 1 flfvJ rI Af ! Ibm? Lnf OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS FA! IHl I tflil GIVE THE GOY A GOOD WATCH C- I 1 -r- If If tT ""4 " uoiiunh fi IH t tHl , , , , W W "" "" " Diamond Hlngs. Iluby. Signet and I'll Ml mmwi Lvery young mnn should havo onn of our twi -.... 1 i, j. i. Wrthstono Kings. Wo ring tho whole I ill B J BBi Elgin Watches. Jeweler and Optometrist family from baby up and save .you iM EM Wo will ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 14 December 1922

'. - ' "''- "lffllmil TLhrriw Dumber 14, 1922 - I tygSSSSKyC vJ KliwSl timtJ & $0 "-. ' The Christmas Holly Girl KB i bHbHkS " I )WIHristnia(s I R HSWefet A F (B.mi.vaiUMHtVWAfUUMIOM1 ' " I 1ALF a dozen unshaven, red- I Llfr-Tl n,rtcd 'fliers vcro gath- I gMJtXl cnitl ahdut the dingy coun- I 'PiffiE! ter ot B11Ecrs tllQ ono EtorQ I VVK ln camD' II wns Christmas I MPmK ovo' nn(1 tliey wAutcd sonie- 1 EeMltfF "llnB cztra fr tl,c,r dinner I raiHfc on tl)0 morrow JU8t to &cep iWHV them ln mlri'd of tho day, 1 they Bald. But tliero was llttlo nov 1 city in tho forlorn reninant of cans I upon tho shelyea, or ln tho half-empty barrels and boxes under tho counter D and massed ln tho corners of tho room. I Ono man found a stray box of sar j dines, and took possession of It with tho remark that, while It was not I "Chrlstraasy," lib could havo tho sat- H tafactlbn of knbwlng ho was eating tho only sardines ln camp; another i drew out a can of Bost6n baked beans I from behind a squadro...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 14 December 1922

Mrs I jiff MaMMIKIafflMKU 1 I TOE CHRISTMAS I I I PICNIC I 1 II I 9 Mary Graham Bonner ffl Jf illflaiaafflKraudxuu l (, 1S33, Wtttern Ntwippr Union.) , K rpHE young people were going to , uS k'vo n Christmas picnic on tho ! lit day after Christmas. They had nil decided that It would be no end of ! fun to tnko their skates and lmvo a 9 I long day of skating, and to lmvo their l dinner out of doors. .) They felt It would bo particularly , J J tfood for thorn, too, to get nwoy from tl tho sweets and holiday food they would constantly bo nibbling nt If J they were homo. A So on tho day nftcr Christmas they .went on tho Christmas picnic and Bkat- l Ing party. ffl Tlioy nil had so much enthusiasm. i. JH Everyono was going to take part. I2v- T H bb cryono was going i jfiffJafcaV to llclp and nsslst 'i n rjflHl dinner everyono I ll k j ElK seemed hungry J m BjHkB 1,ut "clpless, nnJ 1j $Mr')(iw Picnic loomed In I SvjKL t,, Bny nlul '-. 3ul Jpjjonnlf young man who called himself tho life of t...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 14 December 1922

B Thursday, December 14, 1922 , TIIE LEIII gyj LEIII) jjTMl I Our Greeting H:: MAY YOUR OHRISTMAS BE Hi : MERRY AND THE NEW YEAR A B': MOST PROSPEROUS ONE. H WE INVITE YOUR BUSINESS AND ASSURE YOU THAT WE WILL Hi PROPERLY TAKE CARE OP YOU. B AUTO SUPPLIES H ;; AND H ACCESSORIES Hi State Street Garage Hi; STATE STREET LEHI H : K ' .......... . - The Sugar Beet is Utah's Most Valuable Crop This year tho dependability of Utah's Sugar Beet Crop lias again been demonstrated. This timo it has been very forcibly "driven homo" that after all Sugar Beets aro tho real you might say, the only stops long enough to analyze bo quito apparent. When win potatoes, or hay, or any other crop, It Is not known what prlco tho crop will bring, Tho farmer takes a chance and hopes for tho best, and often that turns out to bo not vory good. Indeed, tho situation this fall as rogards potatoes Is typical of what frequently hoppons. A bumper crop comes and tho prlco consequently drops so low that It dooBn't pay...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

-fV Combine Wftj) Bbe Tebt banner - 1 VOL. Vm. ' - t, LEHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, DEOEMBER 21,1022, t. Ko 21 IB BONUS CHECKS SENT OUT I TO BEET GROWERS TUESDAY I H ifl BEET PAY DAY ON 15TH DI8TRI, M BUTE8 $76,000. M Utah-Idaho Sugar company bonus IjV chocks amounting to $35,000 woro B mailed from tho local offlco ot tho company Tuesday to boot growers ot 4 this district. Tho payment comes as a bonus to tho farmors and is a part of tho $400,000 paid out by tho Utah j I Idaho company as tho first payment I on the 1922 eliding sc'dIo'v contract I nbovo tho $5 nnd $5.C0' minimum prico paid Utah' and Idaho farmors I R respectively for this year's boots. ' I Tho payment announcement camo j as a surprise last Thursday slnco ac jS cording to tho contract tho ' first J quarterly paymoht. period is not up BB until Fobruary 1st' and tho first pay fM mont duo until 'February 15th,' In making tho announco'mont tho sugar ( company officials stated that compar) 1H lng the sales to dato and figuring on y...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

IMIdpiiiiiiswww! ' ' ' "" " II' 1 BBflB H ' PAGE TWO . THE LEHT SUN, LRHI. UTAH II TO OFFER WAR I ! PAYMENT PLAN I 1 V t LJB J EUROPEAN POWER8 INVITED TO Ml f, MAKE ATTEMPT TO SETTLE fc-2 , REPARATION PROBLEM III if Bankers Are Ready to Atlvanea Loan fl ! To Berlin; Government Atll- j&tti 1 tudo n Colle:tlons rai I More Lenient R J I Washington. The United Stntos, n LB la I lho out8tan(lln; movo In Its plnn to flf 1 I overt a collnpso In tho old world. Is Br; ; about to Invito tho Kuropoan powcri H .J- to mnko a final attempt to sottlo the BB i donnas reparations problem, it was Bflf ' learned from tho most authoritative BffI u sources hero. flj 1 Tho "Plan" of tho United States fot BBll 8 Intervention la tho Europoan sltun. HB ft tlon, which has filled two continent Bf A 'with ozcltomontnnd anticipation, part. P fill ,y CCflU" ot tllu t,0P mystery our Bt-JJ 1 rounding It, can now bo rovcnled. It ij follows: J i Bellcvolng that reparations Is the Hfl 1 1 fcoy to Uio present Euro...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

LaH 4aBl 'SH Thursday. December 21, 1922 THK T,WHT SUN. LKHI. UTAH Pay) HJ la ia ' Articles and Illustrations I 3? I for Leni Housewives 1 Read The Sun 1 ia -aa New Styles Are w Given Approval Fashion for new season Is always n I bit vague anil sketchy until the sea- si too Is really upon us. We know thnt B certain tuinpi turfy be worn, thnt ccr- tl B tain others nre taboo, but Just exact- II B y what 'will bo the ways of the new li B towns, practically spanking, Is some- t B thing which never can be wholly an i H ilclpnted. o K Iteccntly, observes a fashion writer t In tho New York Times, wo ha c he- t B gun t see real, tanglhlo fashions, n B Kverywhere one coca there In u (lis- t -- ' iB iJ B 2itrf& LB Bh eaS BVItaBBBBaMl 1 K!e1afle Qold Lace Forms Band Across 8houl- der of Handsome B!aek Velvet I Evening Gown. I tlnct chango In the look of tho worn- en's dress. Wulsts nre long and fitted, (I skirts nro long untl full. AK Wo ure forced to forget, oh we look "'"' t them, the wn...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

I iPn&oFonr . '.. . ,. ' " ". .. . ' -..- Iv. i - " TIIE LEIH SUN, LEM,'PTAII I Local Items Ellis Sorcnaon had his tonsils ro moved Saturday. Mrs. A. II. Bono was a wook-on4 visitor at Salt Lako. Mr. and Mrs. Hobor C. Wobb woro in Salt Lako Thursday. Bishop and Mrs. S. I. Goodwin mado a trip to Salt Lako Tuosday. Mr. and Mrs. Qoorgo O. Robinson woro Salt Lako visitors Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Ohran was conflnod to hor bed sovoral days tho past week. Miss Thcltna Fox of Lincoln, Idaho, is horo visiting hor parents, Mr.' and Mrs. Ell Fox. o . Mrs. Lon Ghlpman of American Fork, was visiting with Mr. and MrB. W. E. itackor Monday. ' Tho Third Word Primary is putting on a froo entertainment tonight In tho ward mooting houso. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Davis of Los Angelas, announco tho arrival of a baby girl, Docomber sixth. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yates of Hiawatha, nro visiting hero with his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Yatos. A son and heir was born to Mr, and Mrs, Vorno Larson on Monday. Mrs. L...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

hursdny, December 21, 1922 THIS LIM PW Punished ovary Thursday at Lohi, Utah. F. QAIBFORD jlaaagor nterod at the postoffleo at Lohi, Utah, m second claw matter. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES L year, in advance $1.50 I Mrs. Waltor Darling was in Salt m Lako Thursday. Tho baby ot Mr. and Mrs. Edward M Larsen Is reportod 111. 0uy Murray wbb In Salt Lako on ,1 business Thursday. Mr. and Mr8, C- F' Jonn80n bavo left for a visit to California. JH ' iH Dolva Darling spont soveral dayB ot last wook visiting in Salt Lako. IB " H jjss nachol Bono is spending two H weeks in Salt Lako visiting relatives B Mrs. John Street of Garfield, is horo H visiting hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. B 0. Hansen. M Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wanlass ot Oar- B land, wore horo to attend tho funeral m of Mrs. Christian Hanson. H o B Mrs. Lott A Russon was In Salt M Lako Sunday to attend tho funeral of 1 hor cousin, Mr. Charles Brpwn, a M traveling salesman of tho Z. C. M. I. M who died so suddontly at Hobor last B week. I Business Di...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

y fAQBaiX " THUT-BBt BIW. TWff. I1TAH Tharr, Dmb i II :I&1 AW,WHArSTHE USE 'to,- f Cured Most Be.Endur I I SHsmsflll : IBIiSjrfi l-ffsr-lzn 1 felt, fedMRftM I "IF OTfOPtAV(HlCEToCETHER.,VU0MTNbUr P ( LIKE LTTTLE OTTOJfJ 1, ' . -rrVTl ' PIT KlH CHOOSE. a Li n- i TTT?' 1 - I l?n I NT ITCWT I Mil ( fc ' IB HP rrtEODie. S3 cSD rJS Cf " If ? -.-t I M ' piMRHEAP J UgJ C53 (.Vi&M I f J MOOE, THE PEWTERS DEVIL Bwfa ,Bf J if 1 1 Locals UJ 1 I h M " I fi ' I t ( Miss Vera HIghseo Is attracting 0 i TMm. August Gadumpt called ye I considerable attention with her vocal Ei i I terday between the hours of fivo and worK , r "ys list thus far as follows: One hunter I L H " .X shot, three cows killed and one rab-1 nt l(tv Wfr I I i'jtCWt.WRIlf I 1 " Join J3. Useless, Esq. J 'I H I '' Clancy fe !$ 1 JiSlb 4? 11 vwipJ Ly ,Up I 111 RADIO RALF AND HIS FRIENDS jack town RS, HOBRY ALW3RT . JH VJELWEttGOOO H WE'LL HAVE BREAKPA5T j ? j . '! i.ct'9 so see H MocNfM6 Poy$ as sca Ar you qqi . P ao.aunt m...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

m I ThursdflT. December 21. 1922 THE LKHI SUN. Lff.HI. UTATI PAGHJ SEVEN I I Iff"1, U!IHBHHHH!HHtfh il E H HHbH copyri3mt n 1 WJEHBBsWJW HJHy ALFRED A. KNODf h. 1 MURDER? ,'B 8YN0PSIB. Answering an adver- iflj tlaoment calling for a young man flj willing to cngago In service of dan jBJ ger, Matthew West, ex-service man 'il Just returned from France, where !B he had been captain of engineer. jH ratela Natalia Coolldge, writer of .'j the advertisement, and without be- jH Ing Initructed ns to hla probable ' jH duties. Is engaged by her, and that lm tame etftnlng Introduced to her IH frlenda as her fiance. That night. '1 In the CMlldge home, West Is star- , tied by the uppearance In his room .'HI of a young woman, whom he takes 'Hjf to be Natalia. Next morning Nn- 'flJJ tails tells Weat she has been trou- ;HI bled by aome woman, apparently Hjl her double, who haa been Imper- isK. eonatlng he. Perclval Coolldge, ,B Natalie's uncle and guardian, la , BH dlagruntled by Weil's appearance 'H...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 21 December 1922

flHH r HP B it" w 'B w ' i Thursday, December 21 1 H W 1 Page -Eight THE LEHI SUN, ,LEHI, UTAH - - L!l B a: tK 4J 1' fB f i Santa left a big I !!j lfSaBl a oy stocK nere i I I! fll and later re- Mill ev OJJS "i " 11 I But 111 .1 I i! BUYING IS AT A AXTE HEAT AND THINGS ARE GOING PAST, V It i ! I If ij: We still have a nico variety for you to select from, but we advise you to I IS ? i : coino in early and mako.your selections. ill 't ' Toy Suggestions 1 1 TRAINS, BUILDER TOYS, OAKS, WAGONS, BALLS, BOOKS, BLOCKS, i I I - HORNS, TOOL CHESTS, ETC., ETC. II Practical Gifts 1 DISHES! DISHES! . WEARING APPAREL 1 Anything in this Hue you might Our Line of if want. Full Dinner Sots, Cups and ' Ladies' Coats at - - S Saucers, Cut Glass, China, etc. .- HALP J?11013 i'i i ,3 ah i i i. Your opportunity to get a new I I L All new and up:to-date, coat for mother and daughter. " I I i I li! II I Slany other gifts for tho entiro family. :'; ; j, SLLK HOSE, GLOVES, TIES, CAPS, HANDKEROHIEFSr SHOES, i...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

Vr39HYflflaflflflWflWflWflWfl?i'PV9flflH fe Jldti mr I Epmbhte6 itl) T5l)ct !UI)i banner 8 V0L' VUL LBHI, UTAH, THURSDAY, DEOEMBER 28, 1022 No, 22 H I LEHI SUGAR FACTORY TO I COMPLETE RUN SATURDAY K CAMPION THIS YEAR SHORT. B EXTRACTION AND QUALITY OF JH SUGAR REACHES RECORD H MARK. : Hj Tho Loh I BUgnr factory will com- jflj pleto the 1921! campaign tho first of lflj next week It wns learned from Supor- 'V lntendent James II. Gardner yoster- H iay' Cllttll,s r beels w111 ba ,lnls1'- od on Saturdoy herd" and at tho cut- ! ting stations at Provo and Pleasant I Grovo on Friday- About threo days I will bo required to run through tho B juices and clean up after cutting stops. I B This year's run, whllo it Is short, J H has been ono of tho host ovor mado J H here. Tho extraction has been vory IB Good, and tho grade of sugar mado IHj was 100 percent, tho best tho Utah- JB Idaho has ever mado at any of Us wj mills. This is a far hotter rocord than B it would appear from tho moro state- H m...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

l - TnE LEn' SUN-LE'"- 'rrAn I TO OFFER WAR PAYMENT PLAN EUROPEAN POWERS INVITED TO MAKE ATTEMPT TO SETTLE REPARATION PROBLEM Bankers Are Ready to Advance Loan To Berlin; Government Atti tude on Collections More Lenient " Washington. Tho Unit ml States, as tho outstanding movo In its plan to avert a collnpso in the old world, Is about to Invito tha European powers to make n final nttorapt to settlo the Mormon reparations problem, It was learned from the most authoritative sources horc. Tho "plan" of tho United Htatcs for Intervention In tho European sltun. lion, which has filled two continents with axcltomont and anticipation, part. ly because of the doop mystery sur rounding It, can now bo revealed. It follows: m Holleveing that reparations Is tbo Ik 07 to tho present Eoroponn crisis, tho Unltod States will pntrlclpnte In n commission or somo othor form of of ficial Inquiry to establish an exact (Iguro for Gormany to pay. It would be a figure that would constitute Just reparations ...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

avw X""' 'L,"'ti-" Ji . 'i ' y..i HIMWII II ... - I inr 1 - - - BsBaBaBai Thursday. Petembt 23, 19tt THE LEHI SUN LRm UTAn PAQE THBMt H a " """" ' " "jg Articles and Illustrations SpEFI for Lehi Housewives 1 Read The Sup 1 BB - (1 PANEL USED ON BACK OR FRONT I Prominent Paris Modiste Places I Favorite Ornament in a New I Position. I GREAT VARIETY IN SLEEVES B I Some Narrow and Tight Fitting; B Other Close at Shoulders, Widen B on Way Down to Wrist; Klmo. B no and Hanakerchlef Styles. B Kvcrbody hns awaited with Inter- B est the showing of nuw models for the B w Inter lr Mudclelne Vlonnct, wonder- B Irs, us It were, If It would bo possible B for tills urllfit to keep to her Individual B styles and still arrive ut the much de- B sired "something new," In her collcc- B tlon, writes a I'urls, fashion corres- B pondcut In the New York Tribune, she B again demonstrates her genius In ob- B tabling maximum effect from mini- B mum deconitlon. B Complicated cut with an ultimata B line of grea...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

it ' PngoFour , TIIE LEni SUN, LEIII, UTAH , ' : I Local Items Mr. and Mrs. Jnmos Carson of Fair Hold, spent Saturday horo. Miss Volda Kirkham of Salt Lake, is visiting horo with relatives. Mlss Flora Dovoy of Alplno, Is tho guost of Mrs. U. W. Drown. Mrs. Jacob McKJnnoy of Magna, was a visitor hero on Tuesday. Archlo Manning of Carlln, Nornda, is visiting rolatlvos and frlonds ho'ro. Mr. and Mrs. Emtnott Sorenson of Salt Lake, are guests of Lohl rela tives. . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wanlass of Gar field, are vsltlng hero with rolatlvos and frlonds. Mr. nnd Mrs Levi Swonson of Salt Lake, nro visiting hero with Mr. and Mrs. John Dovoy. Mr. and Mrs, Richard Hutchlngs on tortained a number of rolatlvos at dlnnor Christmas. Darrcll Qarrlty of Euroka, is spend ing tho holidays hore with Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Hammer. Mrs. Odcll Thomas of Salt Lako, ! vetting hero with hor paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scoroy. Mr. and Mrs. .Aiubroso Farthlngham of Eureka, nro visiting with Lohl rela tives nnd frie...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

I Thursday, December 28, 1022 1 THE UUP BPN 8 PubSahcd oyery Thursday at Lebi, Utah. I A. F. QAISFOBD Maiuger H mumi i ii' " 'Ma ' ' ilLI Bcxaaacss" m Entcrod at the postoffico at Lohi, B Utah, as second olasa natter. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year, in advanco -.$1.50 I Localjttems H James H. Gardner was a Salt Lako B visitor last Friday. B Isaac Bono was a visitor nt Salt H Iako Friday. R j,jrs, stovo Adams was a visitor at H American Fork Friday. H o H Mrs. N. 0. Hanson Is visiting with H relatives In Garnold. B Mrs. Jamos Evans of Bountiful, was K visiting rolatlvos horo last wook. H Mrs. H. C. Featoborstono was vlalU H lng in Salt Lako during last week. H o K Mrs. May Andorson of Salt Lako, B was visiting rolatlvos horo last wouk. m Miss Ella Qalsford of Mammoth, is H spending tbo holidays horo with rola- H tlvcs. B o B Mr. and Mrs. Potor Peterson of H Salt Lako, aro spending tho wcolc H hero with relatives. H Miss Volota Rackor roturnod to H Salt Lako yesterday, aftor visiting H...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

WT m m pAGE six THE LEHI 8UN, LBH1. UTAH -. Tlmrsd mfcrju M II MOW, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL gSgg , .,. ,,g far. f ' " - - if U8 I AW, WHAT'S THE USE Stfffiji George Worked Everybody But Himself I II tf IviUSAMVOUWErtTTb I ( MINE. I I COLLEGE. TWS WERE. ( lVOU BETjJ I I VA lt I S COMEOMER ) HE'6 ONE OF THE fe&ijll! H I I J QUA.y YALARVAR ? 30 X GEORGE CRAFT thfedbaP 00-PANS- . ,p3 , TO THE HOTEL-1 WANT J? JF-SSSl, u?S WoRKEDl OH ! T I ' bl U, DlDl m NAE'6 TCI!, EH GEORCE, lA. I UofcKED MY f; You To MEET PERC PRUNE- :r- NOT THANKS GITS LUJOKKtu, fllM u" T ill wil& FELIX FEATHERHEAD bVft m ) . S H MAS RU ft HEAHOITYALARWD It? - -r? n, J, L-JS f Iff ni in 1 Locals Jril LJI ILJ I mZi& JBk n ay Walters had a big blow- ', tt 2L L. jBL. out yesterday celebrating tho 6000th .,!' I Main street" between First and 1 J!0WM mLM j ; Second avenues, vyas oiled yester-) ' "ZmtmSiWlll miJIfAsMlMMm ' U I u Doctor arfcirt was called to the I Several mysterious explosions 7 , ' I home of Alox Sm...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

HHH ayJPoccmbcr 28, 1922. THE LEHI SUN, LEHI. UTAH I J16 Case and The Qirl Hf INTO A TRAP H STNOrSIS. AnnwerltiK n ndver- IH tlaement calllnc for n young man w.lllng to cnBBKo In service of dan- I ger Matthew West, ox-eervlce man IH Just returned, from France, whore KH he had bern captain of engineers, B meets Natalie Coolldgo, writer of B Uie advertisement and without be- H ng Inatructed as to IiIh probable duties, ! engaged by her, and that same evening Introduced to her friends aa her fiance. That night. In the Coolldge home, Wcat la star. H tied by the appearance In his room sV of a young woman, whom he takes Hl to be Natalie. Next morning Na- Bl talle tells Weat she has been trou- Hf bled by aome woman, apparently HI her double, who has been Imper- H eonotlng her. l'erclval Coolldgo. HI Natalie's uncle and guardian, Is Hi disgruntled by West's appearance HI as Natalie's nance. Natalie, Cool- f Idge and West plan a vlatt of char- HI Ity. Leaving West In the car, Nn- Hf talle and...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 28 December 1922

I' ym Eig)lt THE LEin SUN, LEHI. UTAH Thursday, December 28. moo A Local Items k ,'' Mr. and (Mrs. J. E. Bono nnd children were visitors nt Salt Lako I Christmas Day. j Mr. and Mrs. Murray D. Allon nnd r Ki ' Mr. Wolls of Ogdcn, aro tho guests or ,'J ' ; Lohl rolativos nnd frlonds. ' o IS Ooorgo M. Gaislord nnd sons, Dowoy nnd Cedric, nro down from : Mammoth, to spent tho holidays., ' f o , Matt Knudson of Provo, was a Lohl business visitor yostorday. Ho hns '. Just completed tho salo of his homo on center atro'ot. Miss Margaret Thurman nnd IUch- nnl Gilchrist nro spending tho holl? days in Mount Pleasant with Mrs. Francis Nellson. ' Miss Margnrot Cox, who is nttond- l)ng school in Salt Lako, is spondlng Hbo holidays horo with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs, Edward Cox. Elvin ailchrist, who is attending school in Salt Lako City, 1b spending I tho holidays horo with his parents, i, ! . Mr. nnd Mrs. Sydney Gilchrist. Mr, and Mrs. Clarenco Knudson and Clifford Knudson of Salt Lako City, '' w...

Publication Title: Lehi Sun, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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