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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lehi sun. — 30 March 1922

lJVTarclt 30 1022 News Notes from All Parts of I 7i LS - ml fflClty. A cooperative JJJ, ig to 1)0 established at Wll prtTO-tflilsHe-" creek hns bndly Hed the Denver & IUo Grando" Km?. Three bridges wero badly BstfCd. Kit Lake City. Thomas Cooper vl rallrond bulldor of Utah Is HTffiie had been u resident of K 0r forty throo years. WL Loke City Oftlcers of tho Laerclnl Club bnvi extendod an In Ktica to Mai shall Joffro to visit Kilt; oa his tour of, America. Hit Uko City. A courso la pliy Hwdtlon Is bolng taught at tho Krfftlt; of Utah. No student pliy Eft able can pass the course with Hjfttrnlng to swim. BLt Lakft City. Tho railroads of Ej ire showing Incrousod business H trtfflc. Tills Increase Is an as-BL- of an early Improvement In Hyt LnVe City. Farmers of Utah E" tbe present winter has been a HtfiTOrablo one for thaw. The wca WE, bureau reports moro moisture HLj a mountains than for anytlmo H& put five yours. BLbHiie A resolution of protest ' W tlio stage service Into th...

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. — 30 March 1922

jjHK Thursday xt. Hi PaRe Eigkt ' THE lil III MIMI r.FTTT TTTiITT , - 1) ), I Smart Styles Newest Materials H I Sl in 0Ur cnarminS models in $fe IM Dresses, Suits flp ! olid UclVS CY J ' Taffetns, crisp dud dainty, doli- I 11 . H Mnlo eu Seol'geea, and silks of Lk H jH & cvcry k"'dare included in our (Vy( , ffeA ! Ifip3- oi latest shipment of spring frocks ( HTN Y Lffl wlpr dresses in all of the season's ) ' U vW I W$ 1K most popular shades, including Hf r ' 11 V v I . T U1PC tan, flesh, brown, Hard- u T 11 C g "r . " """" ing blue, navy blue and black. v j . 11 H I vl n Dresses for street, for after- f " 1 " I AMill L. noon am or ovenm wear (I II '"WflElw aro included in our large rMMfJfj I I assortment. We also have ?3to$ l (jl u a large number of house IM J S"Y dresses well made of excel- P I lent material. . I A I h aA m all MODELS AT OUR Ai W H USUAL LOW PRICES z&3 J&ft I Our Big Stock of Shoes H ! Just recently unpacked gives yofn wide variety to select your footwe...

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. — 6 April 1922

B flu . I Combined VthTheLehi Bhhiit - - j- 1 1 MS R. CUTLER DIES I SUDDENLY IN CALIFORNIA .ufOFLEHI'SBIG MEN AND K.vS A TRUE FRIEND TO '&ll!lWTOwN--SERVICE TO BE M, SATURDAY AT SALT '"A Ml CITY. IS) (A j 0r tlio death Monday ot 'MtiB.B fuller, which reached horo Kthe afternoon, spread ovor tho r. '(jryraplilly and cast a feeling t. I, 0Ter tho entire populnco the Kfblch seldom cornea to a coin IQTliBlnfthls size. Thoro la hardly R uBmi I" tBe CIltlro clty wno doc8 mr and honor Thomna II. Cut- sKhlt sterling character and hla jlWtrlenJslilP r Lehl and her ""Hm Robinson Cutler, 77, died i8 al; Monday afternon at a Call 'B hospital from an attack of Cn lifluoable Mr Cutler, hla wlfo fljacghter havo been on tho CtufliH wlnter Jllst last wcok Iocal H;ei received word that ho was L jtrength and felt much hot- Hflie heart attack caino without Kcf and ho passed away vory jMtlTe of Shofllold, England, jflthewss born, June 2, 1844, Mr. Br fis the sou of John and Mrs. 4 Heth HoblnHon Cutl...

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. — 6 April 1922

AAAAAAAAJIAAAAAAAAAAAAAgAAAAAAABAA F I f AGE TWO THE LEHI SUN. UfflLUTW , '""-1, , 1 kAWjaaAwB il ' " " n anis aagaa pn T I Articles and Illustrations Smn I for Lehi Housewives LilJ BB g I Knitted Dress I ; Wins Approval H I Both Suit and Blouse of This Material Now May Be Very M Elaborate. I EMBROIDERIES ARE IN FAVOR B Chinese Decorations, Including Color B Inge, Are Used Many Jersey Suits H v Trimmed With Borders In AAJ Angora Effect &H I Interesting developments are tnk- AAAJ tag placo In knitted dresses dovclop- AAfl xncnta which liavo caused tlicm to ns- AAJ eunia characteristics of tho best mod- AAAg 'els In cloth or silk. AH r Tho prolonged voguo for crcpo do AAA! (chIno became very tiresome, Tho run AAAA on ono fabric was too great It was AAA necessary, declares a fashion writer AAAA in tlio Mow York Trlbuno, to think of AAAA ways of interesting tho public In other AwbbbI AW jBRStoyjf AAV BBBBBBBBB K?wBBBBBBBBBBBBBEv&i' aaAvH ! rr BBBBBBBBfl tll i ' t AvfAV ? SaW I B...

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. — 6 April 1922

H.".ir-i- - THE LEW SUN; LEHI, DTAg Pnm m 1 Business Directory bAtV P iyr 0. H. MABEY f W fJSlClAN & SURGEON v Mi office at Residence ;' Olliul St East 2nd North v "flM Telephone 4. mrxTi.- : : ffBAKEB & BAKER I t C6l e I.e. and Adjustments '"kliB Everywhere. ftltlotM 1 8 W(s.t Cental St., .j. Pl'OVO, UTAH ... ' Mu jl- if aT $FB0F. L-K' STEWART W P'"0 TUNEn 0F PR0V0 OraS ,.,,., vlt i,(.ii each month. f Wilt k'j, ,t of Now Knsland t ,le ,T n uikI JJmorson i'luno .j. . ;' ' , i hton. Comes nlglily . Hf " , . a J fiom our host music- v t """ ; mult houses of the .'. t i'o'lf ' ortJorB wlth i!l':' " ': :' B ' k toLAWSON & ELSMORE I " ATTORNEYS AT LAW J mM gi. I VL1ZINCJ l'KOUATB m H I nPFK Hand Dklg.. American i ,,"rW Wednesday ami Saturday, LLB Kci. HjIUI'ic. Salt Lake. . H ' V .;. -;- flH it ! fr l 1 HERBERT TAYLOR 1 1! NOTARY PUBLIC J I 1JFIRE& AUTOMOBILE It INSURANCE mW t 4 1 People's Bank of Lehi If STATE STREET LEHI t : 1 1 ! S ' '5" " " "'" K CHIROPRACTIC J tHE DE...

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. — 6 April 1922

U Pntro Four THE LEHI r J'in- UTAH -- I Storm Country Polly I fry Grace Miller White H Copyright by Little, Brown fit. Co. I i ii in ii i p ih THE FRAMEUP. SYNOPSIS. Occupying; a dilapi dated sliack In the Sllont City, a squatter settlement near Ithaca, New York, Polly Hopkins Ilvoi with her father, small Jerry, and an old woman, Oranny Hope. On an Adjacent farm, Oacar Dennett, prosperous farmer, la a neighbor. lie la secretly married to Evelyn Holier Uon, auppoaedly wealthy girl of the neighborhood, Marcus Mae Kenile, who owns tlio ground the squattors occupy, is their deter mined enemy, Polly overhears a conversation between MacKonzle and a stranger, In which the former avows his Intention of driving the squatters from Ills land. Tho stran Ker sympathizes with the squatters, and earns Polly's gratitude. Evelyn Itobartson discovers from her moth er that (hoy are not rich, but prno tlcally living on the bounty of Itobert Perclval, Evelyn's cousin. Polly learns from Evolyn thai the s...

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. — 6 April 1922

lG,Umii1ir Anr116, 1922 - . THE LEHI SUN. LETIT. UTAH Page FfvB I OIHI1 PLftNT i H ii 0nlL,N0 ISSUES STATEMENT rKSlBMINQ NEW YORK C REPORT I Ninety Days Payroll Will Da iNft Kind Five Hundred Thousand r?ci.Pr Month at Utah "wMH Mining Camp (nHm - idnujiW "" lPUtHbnLoXo.-Oi)t-,rntIons nt tlio mines ln5.K,lftth Coiiikt company nt Blng 'Ube,Rtre stnrtutt Monday, with the , tl Hnt of u row additional men, R. Tlew of wining from 2000 to rRtoM of oro for shipment to tho e!ti,Kj tt tho Arthur plant, at jwub etlRtlTueiJny from reliable eourcos. ' tts,Rt( mln89 nt 1HnKnnm u ' Bnl(J' Hinlne -"000 to 8000 tons of oro ;e"Hf (or tho noxt sororal weeks. As 'opacity of the Arthur plant In iL R""1'"1'"- oi-'rut'ona nt tn ,nlnos "Hjiacrcaso. oBBrnickloi!s ot f"ntturo nro moving i!hl(,Kat1ioroail.s to Garlleld and Mngnn, (Tutj.Kijj In now famlllos to the two cmKuwch tiny, according to lnfor.ua ' tittHjrtcelrod from Magna. Merchants Hg looking forward to tho roturn ' ool normal times. As tho mining un...

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. — 6 April 1922

I Pago Six r r.rm HTTM. LEHI. UTAH Thnr.s.ln Ar ( iH i ii i i --- wriMgT CITIZENS MILITARY I TRAINING CAMP H TO DE HELD THIS 8UMMER AT FORT DOUQLA8, UTAH, FOR YOUNG MEN LIVING IN MON TANA, IDAHO, WYOMING, UTAH AND NEVADA. H Salt Lalco City, Utah, April 1. Word ) hns boen received from Washington H that tho War Dopartmont will hold, JH this Biimnior, throo Cltlzona' Military H Training Cntnps In oncli Corps Aroa; M that for tho states of Montana, Idaho, M Wyoming, Utah and Novnda to ho I hold nt Fort Douglas, Salt Lako City, H Utah. j Tho camp will last for ono month H from July 27th to August 2Gth; pro- 1H vldod Congress inakoo tho necessary H appropriation to carry out tho War IH Department's plans, H THoro will ho nccoinodtttlona for j 1,000 young man from 17 to 27 yenrs 1H of ago to attend this camp and It Is JH tho Intention to apportion tho candl- H dates to tho sovoral statos and local M Itloa In proportion to population so 1H that every section of tho nrca will m havo roproso...

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. — 6 April 1922

IftiJgL&g&ia HE LEHI SUN, LEH1, UTAH ... PAGE SEVEN IPpoultry I CACKLES ItESSENBROODINESS OF HENS rrv Ambitious and Enthusiasts Poultryman Tries to Restrict fl IU Development. H .A br the United State Departtntat Broody hens, like wayward clilldrcti, I rr'nt discredit t0 t,le,r l)arcnt i. .oiirre of annoyance to nit who tut to i1 wit" thc1"- T,mt ,8 wh J 0( the greatest concerns of every uiMtlous and enthusiastic poultry. stall to restrict the appearance and feUipment 0f broodlness In hi Block ?hp United States Department fl rfurlculture lius found that broodl Bit n be reduced very markedly HLTcireful, rigid and persistent sclec- H it the Massachusetts experiment ititlon, where a detailed experimental iJ; 'it hrnorllness has been made. It SB KrHRnHtflmL' vtHKiJeflBBBBBflR nil Esrly Hatched Pullet l the One B Tlitt Difllns to Lay Early In the Fill. Bus ascertained that previous to tho Bnctice of selection the average hen flu the flock w as broody 8.88 times a jar. After pains...

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. — 6 April 1922

HffiB HH Thursday, Apriil G. looo H Page Eight ' ' THB LEHI SUN, LEHIJJ.... - g, I jiSSf At a Great Saving PjX H ! High grade, stylish shoes for men, women and children are M : offered here at prices that mean big values and substantial fl : savings. H i WELL-BUILT SHOES FOR MEN H j Sturdy shoes for work. Prices from $2.98 to $5.00. H Fine appearing, good wearing shoes for general use. j J! Priced from $4.50 to $6.00. H ,: SMART SHOES FOR WOMEN H Attractive shoes in the latest styles. Priced at $3.50 M i to $7.00. H i ; Beautiful pumps -and oxfords in kid, calfskin and pat- H ent leather. Priced from $2.49 to $6.00. M I STURDY SHOES FOR CHILDREN H School shoes for boys built to stand rough wear. M Priced from $1.25 to $4.00. H , Dress shoes for boys and girls, attractively fashioned M ; of kid and calfskin. Priced at $2.15 to $3.75. BBI H i I We also have a complete line of hosiery in all the H j popular colors. H ill vSi Watson. Mercantile Company iS B j WE SELL FOR LESS B MAIN STR...

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. — 13 April 1922

jConibi V ' I fcg1, . USHI, UTAH, THURgDA Y, APRYlB, 1022 r" " -',... "7 G tlTY ACCEPTS BID FOR I CARIKHF CITY PARK THER REGULAR DUSINES8 DI8- posed OF.-COUNTY AUDITOR makes final report on taxes. ij regular session assembled tho .tl City Council Tuesdny evening Ktfded the Job of caring for tho rind I'ark for tno 1UJ2 Boason to L, ' Goodwin at ?C5 por month. er bids woro rocelved but woro Hier or asked (or other help. Tho Hfiest was $70 and tho lowest ? GO. A report of the tax sottlomont was ttelred from tho County Auditor and -. Bu examined at tho mooting. Tho Hiport gave tho total tax amount duo K, (or 1921 as $31,114.62. Or this Kiount tho City has nctually recolvod 8498,12. Tll c03t ot collecting and tads was 325.39. Tax sales and icoliectablo taxes with othor small Kiirtes made up tho difference, U50.81. Tie Fire Depaitmont membors wero tsent and asked for uniforms with ikh to nttorfd tho convention noxt usast which Is to bo held at I'rovo. it cost ot tho uniforms was estl ited...

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. — 13 April 1922

P AGE TWO - nm t rm sfM. LEW. UTAH Urslnv' " 11 I mum ; - Articles and Illustrations rtei!ngn for Lehi Housewives Ligi I Sweaters Show I , Change in Form I There aro how developments In sweaters, writes n fashion correspond ent In tho New York Tribune, which havo caused thaso highly useful gar ments to change their form. Inno vations Ho In tho means of belting tho weatcr, tho combination of strikingly opposing colors In ono garment and la tho collars. Tho Husslnn blouso effect bids fair to rcplaco tho straight sweater for tfio woman who wears cxcluslvo clothes. Tills effect la obtained .through tho glrdlo that simple article of dress which has been called upon to do so much toward making now fashions during tho past year. Tho Black Jersey BIoum With a Chinese Landecape Design Embroidered In Yellow and White. I evening gown, tho street dress, tho louso dress, tho.ncgllgcc, all havo de pended upon It to bring thorn Into tho front ranks' of fashionable dress, and It has not been found ...

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. — 13 April 1922

it iq 1H22 ftH yMJZJS . ' LEHI SUN, LEHI, UTAH Pflg6 TblM fl 3 Business Directory jfljrf t mv 0. H. MABEY 9 PHYSICIAN & SURGEON v M office at nesldenco B 1lt East 2nd North B Telephone 4. iBr B hB'"1" ' s tAKBB & BAKER ! ATT0NEV8aANDa MUN8EUOR8 mB Colfstlon and Adjustment. lnkK Everywhere. v "B 108 Wet Center St., 4. "B pnovo, UTAH 4 Io,jB . . ... .. .; : : '. . t.ifJ t ' UjBt ! ilpB0F.L.K. STEWART J B piANO TUNER OF PROVO HB mil visit Lehl each month. B iSu i waeni of, New KriRifend B i!'..rvtory and Emerson l'luno 4. KTlb't"". Comos nlEhty B F'i.nded from our best music- B SSSTSS mulc houses or Iho 4 B ' JOSEPH V. SMITH J B i A ' '' BfT v r " '' BOIAWSON & elsmoreJ "attorneys at law I B GENERAL PRACTICE . B BPECIAI'IZ'NCI PROBATE B OFFICES Band Bide American H rrk Wednesday and Saturday, 4. Kearns uuhuiii -. B 1 ! i ' " " v Btt-t- 4 4- 4- I HERBERT TAYLOR B NOTARY PUBLIC BfIEE & AUTOMOBILE J I INSURANCE PA v 4 I People's Bank of Lehi iTATE STREET LEHI H . 4 4- 4- 4...

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. — 13 April 1922

I $ Jrace Miller AAfriLie J BBBflBjw B if H -sWkkthkarti B BTN0Ps4ceuyW k dltat. BBVB (dated shack) Ua'the Went Cltr, fe BBBB Tsquatter WuMmont near Ithilc, fl :nw Yoti Polly, llesklria -kvl' BBVB Witn tier '(, mmii Jerry, M BBVB' 7an old wo-mim, Orumny Hvptt'O H BBVB ,an adjacent 'term, Oscar btuMtt; U BBVB .Jproprous termer, U a nlslibe. , M BBVB 4n is a,Ttly Biorrl to Kveljm BBS fllouarUon, 'upp6MaV'wMr airl BBVB of the neighborhood,' Marcus "Mac- ' BVM -Kentlo, who owm the ground the BBVj ;sWf,4eecJy, l their 4etf, BBJ tinned enemy. Polly overhear a BBVM oivraatln between MaoKensle BVBM and a stranger, In which the former BBVm avows his Intention ot driving the BBM squatters from hie land. The Stra-n- Bj ter lynipathlzoi with the squatters, BBJ and earns Polly's gratitude. HYelyn BBVB Hobertson discovers from her moth. BBVB er that they oro not rich, but proc- BBVB tlcally living on the bounty of BBSS Uobert I'erclvaU Kvelyn's cousin. BBVM Polly learn from Jivelyn that thb BBVX ...

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. — 13 April 1922

5Pr"' " w--' ' -rna ,.,-ssssiw. - jff mday. April 13, 1922 LBDI UTA11 p pjvrfCig dHl Siri VJI 4mAjJ J J G "imfflSk 8PH li J Ir " Mf JBr WWW a mm mmm J- MB W YkmkvwmS' vft "H ;,' HB 'cViiKfeH in-m. I aJuIh I IC 4IflTfe YAH m ss (M&F ", yl nH 'feiveaiize ioup irt?ciiii v;vrrs:M I I I hts Season ! I iTTpB I Make Your Dream of Home v, I WW I nAMIA t..i To you who have' dreamed of a ?f I a'- "-x. vfiriw fl PI1 I COme TrUe home of your own the advertisers SaN lAiTPffiffiftTB I on this page say: "Build it this VBlSiKy W - - wS tw 3 fe) wasaBr Ji 1 aatiTirJ Spring; ISuild With the Birds!"' 2 I ,. forthntIn E I owu. Ajoiicf house cnnuot bo like st Not in several years have conditions been so jB I real home. favorable as they are right NOW. The period R ISN'T. RJEALLY AHOMl! AT 'ALL HI H I The normal jioion lias a dee scut- of building inactivity is passing. Prices of ma- I fi-mi -mi bnanT H I cd desire . fora lAmo tiMus or Iter own. terial, cost of labor, etc., are stable. National I wit...

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. — 13 April 1922

iMHHilHH H fa " "" "" OTAn ---- -- - ----fetoJw MV m wnTTrwmTrriwnTiifiiiMiTri i -- - - w Ilehi high to present i "oh, clarence" B Tho Lohl High School Dramatic B Club will prcsont a four-net comoily, H"Oh, Clarence'", Saturday afternoon Hand evening at the lloyal Theatre. H the cast has worked hard on tho H play for the last month. Thoy ropro H sent tho dramatic talont of Uto school B and do credit to tholr parts and theirf M selves. H The play is a very clover one, and H the themo Is a rather unusual pno too, Klle la just ono of the four million men Bln tho Amorlcan army. Ho has won H no motals nor laurols whatsoever, but H simply served as Uncle Sam bid him H by driving a mulo (earn In Texas. HtUIb is Clarence, llowovor, ho was H shot In the liver at target practice and Hls still a convaloscont when roloaaod; Blle seeks oniploymont at tho ofllce of H Mr. Wlioolor, head of a largo flnan B clal jostltutlon, and also of an un H nappy, rowing; family. At this olflco Hhe meets Bobby W...

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. — 13 April 1922

H "ww t "' r- "-w ? MMaiMBaCOBSWllnMBsofl 2, lPjjUjLl2 . aT-?z:-r- rHR LKTU SUN- 7'KHT- UTA-" PaCc Seven I W fTpg3 I II ? ErNews Notes I Ti4 WTZoA Mrs. H. a Sponcor B1' elAratoa Uiclr sixty-fifth P f.nnlrerwo'. Mr. Spencer li Ik0 vnlloy ln 1&l7 nnd Wt jj, year followliiff. fo coeds of the Brlghnm flriltr nv0 orgnnlzoil, with fltsda John ns chairman, to flVitite-wido tlrlvo for n glrla' Krt to ba l)Ul,t oa tno unl' 'Mm They export to organize Ij, itate, with, sub-chairmen in fltdtle' Push tno cnm"nlgn fl fluke City Tho program for fljctool nt tlio Unlvorslty of fltfjmtbeeu comploted by Pro fljUtoa Bonnlon, dean of Uio f flU educntIon' w,' xvl'1 nlso fli of tha summer school this fli full quarter's work will bo flihtoucli by dividing It up Into L, of tvrelvo weeks each, stu- "- flr register for ono of Iheso il04 and oompleto tho sub H,ai o linlf of those given ln H-jsricliool quarter as It Is con flu the winter. Prosont Inill fl m that tho summer achool flir irill have a registrat...

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. — 13 April 1922

I Pge Eight THK LEm SUN, T.KIH. UTAn j -g W jS'Va 13 J Smart Line of Ladies I 1 Ready-to-Wear Clothing I II W "''WWMfflMIWIIWllliBMMMWHMBMMMMMIMM AVE STILL HAVE A VI5RY NICE LINE OF LADIES AN!) MISSES I Suits, Coats and Dresses B I! FOR YOUR CRITICAL SELECTION Only a Few Days Till Easter Hi The Annual Dross-up Day. H ' YOUR EVERY NEED IN . I Clothing I Footwear B and Notions B ARB SUPPLIED HERE TN II On GRADE GOODS AT THE LOW- I B EST POSSIBLE PRICE. B ! vaK Watson Mercantile Company PLS WE SELL FOR LESS H ft MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH ANNOUNCEMENT I B m The Lehi Cereal Company's products are now on the market. Their Whole j B x Wheat Flour, Special Pancake Flour and Breakfast Foods Are the best maim- So B J facturcd. $ H m Every home will want "Nature's Gift." You will add to your health and B happiness by using these health foods. , B f ATTENTION FARMERS Bring your grists Hard or Soft Wheat, Barley B m and Oats use Whole Wheat Flour for your famiily and Steam Rolled Oats H S or Barley...

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. — 20 April 1922

H ,4flfafl&&bk BBBHB t fce Jim tm I ml Combined With The Uhi Bm, llLLJ . I 'U UHI, UTAH, TaufirDiYTjgmoBrifei ' ""IB I SCENIC ROUTE AROUND f I TIMPANOGAS WILL BE BUILT TS KETH ROAD UP SOUTH FORK OF AMERI- Us I CAN FORK CANYON WILL BE rUil CONNECTED WITH ROAD CAN)H THROUGH NORTH FORK, PROVO CANYON. COUNTY APPROPRI MTB ATES MONEY FOR FOUR MILES i-B WHILE GOVERNMENT FUNDS 31 WILL BUILD SIX MILES. 50'H One ot tho gruatcHt scenic mi to -J)cH mobllo roads In tho country will bo iaI , built around tho bono ot tho grand (ftil TlmtiHiiogas peak as 11 result ot "H action takon by tho Utah County I Commissioners Monday attornoonj 71 when thoy agreed to llnanco tho vf I building or n tour mllo strip of tho I H proposed American Fork-1'rovo Can V I yon loop. Tho action caino following ; I a meeting ot tho commissioners and i representatives from Lehl, American 5 I Fork and Pleasant Grove Provo I originally docllncd to help in tho pro "M position and tho commissioners also M passed unfavo...

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. — 20 April 1922

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