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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
PACE FOLIC - . - -g- , , taiiststiw ConstiDatioa et relief with Kellogg's i?mmr ALL-UKA- N ALL BRAN Vrtew N tare result, tfek- ALL BRAN fcaa hrourfet reins to Wmumi oJy U wholly JTe , when all elae kaa faileJ. If reeularbr. U bnnra Mram (MM drurig ' 1m m lb asset chroma oct eottttipatuM. rsaraatecd to 4a aa r yew grocer Back fro the iatestiaa. tut Tttaru the purchase rtoe., conaupauoa. aenda tu to-e- KaUor?" AIJUB&AX roar body, with auik or cream. tat poiaona to torment too. two tablespeeaf ala daily la Thia venomoua backwash cu to over forty serious diseaeee. Cm chronic case, vita wreck your With. Ruin yow ap- Try the recipeee every teliocrt Baa pearance. Don't aegfcet tt. ia Bauie Creek. alickiifaa. fcollo Piraplea. aallow kia.erea and served ia leading rtsieajr lU. cheeks, circles onder the ' epoU before them, anpleatant breath those am the warning; Defeat It sipns of constipation. with KeUogg'a ALUBKAN. Doctors recommend Kellorta ALL-BRA- N AiL-BEAWfejt Because, know that ALL-BRA- ter al ka XihH. Arabian !aa ewvred the aalTetae, both f tart j ad fancy. There win be discovered j la U rrM aadrr lae sea. eav ine earth aad to the air ladnding many towitiMry placed that nW ely ia faatasrir dream. It hat bee aaid that when Vr. Fairbanks, aa the Thief f fiacdad. aaila the Mafic Carpet. shea; that wheat a ridee the Winged Hone la the yea laugh; that wheai he ya p.kr tlx; Irtraja a kUla ra r -. diM-twdn- -- ...., RAISINS wli . Seedlesa Eaisina, Seeded Raisins, Fresh Eggs, S IJC ............. 58c 5,4.. 55c .......... Comb Honey, CC .....J FLOUR c K--,20- POTATOES I diusset l"oUtoes. VI nn bushel wlVJU FISH Kippered Salmon, ........... ' JJq OHf ORANGES --. Small doien . Brown Flour, 2Mb. bag Good 80c LARD it Loaf Hindmarsh CASn AND CARRY MARKET 5-t- 2 We are open wttO 8 Lard C JO cJ HORSERADISH 46SW"rst Center. $1.00 JO 95c lbs. Y BROOMS ie Brooms - ft for,.......,' ....liUU 4brLar-- ..$1.35 AND CilYlWS "tlptoSI'CDircni's '.Ago " Uotared U Salt Lake Mr. and of the spurt faai who have aeea Urs. George Norman, motored to I had always used high priced baling powders for lie Salt Lake Monday and spent the Jooea la former aiixed bouta. reasaa tliat I thought they would make the best fbaa agreed to pla Boa Bairrie and day. cakes,"pastries, etc, but alter giving KC a trial Cal Hermaa to the mat take each Lave Had no other on my pantry ahelf Ia other VWtVng lth Pareula1 Harold J. la the twelve round. spending a wards he most bare four falls; be- CaaEity f Salt Lake few as the guest this la city daya El. fore be la declared the rktor. ' Ira Dera, who has token Bus of bis parents, Mr. and, Mrs. r. D. of . . ... Bairrie nader his wing, will be pree. Caiaity 5 .in ent during tha bout Bern will be Bamuel Tkdting "ITere Mrs. Balrrle's aecond and win give blm Pport fan la thla aertloa will tipa an how to proceed. Siagietaa ef frroa is visiting la hare the iHurtontty wediieaday Tbese tips,' koweveiy must come this city for a few days with bet ereeiug td leant a ti h ia the better daring the. intervals of tba bout and taui&larHPattiii who is attending aiaa, wreafW o a fighter., not wbie (be men are on tba mat, school at the B. I. r. The mixed Vtnt, aed here la DerawiU not be allowed to give any, Satt Uke Ifrs. tha past hare bea amonf tba moat luKtriK-rino- a 4urihg tbeltfiut. It will' tWUng From tatereetiaic ati'4 jjie mot largely ba Understood before tba match that Mary Posse- - front Bait Lake fat visitpainmiaed. Tha boot Wedueeday no tips must come from Dera while ing here as the guest of ber daught-" "T"; er1; Mrs. T.D. Xassity." sbautd be atnTtaere attend- the mea are ia the ring. ' ed due to tha fart that'nerer before This may Interfere somewhat with tlere yYom Oregon Mrs. Sofie haa on auta had ta solve rnch a big tba plans of tba Salt Lakers who on paaale ha rienry must unravel ia a' preTloua occasion, wnen Pmeni Amones from Vale, Ore.- Is visiting 12 rouuda. .v and Jones met In a wrestling hont here for a abort time as 'the guest ' of Mrs. B. Aaael Jahnson. Caa ha do f kept up a continuous line of Instruc -' that ia rhe qoentlon Ino the mlada tion. ; '. ., Motored Ta Salt lakfiR. W. Burton, Auatin Burton, 'Mr. ;and Mrs. L. A. Glaaier and daughter motored to Rait Lake Batttrday of last week and spent gaturdny and -Snnday vlslUng with Mr. and Mrs. " and readings by' Miss Ellxabeth C. H. Brereton and Mr. and Mra T Wort dan Witlard Oathernm. , SlinoM, The afternoon session waa under Attends Dawe Mr. and Mrs. El-the direction- - of the stake Belief : vda Jackson and Mr; and Mrs. J. It Society with President Ilepsy Lewis B. to motored Hodson Lake Salt S. presiding. .Duet by Mr. and Mrs. fey Arthur Taylor. , Address by Mrs. Monday evening where they Attend -LL ed at the Ladies a party dancing Lotta Paul Baxter of the Relief i Mrs. Mr. club and by given ' 1 Society general board who oke of Literary t : j ': j .?. ' . "J : Mr. and Mrs. i the organisation of the society, Its Fred M. mm benefits aud the value of Its traini- George 1. Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Ley.www p land Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elder Melvin A. Ballard of ng. Solo, Mrs. Elva Taylor. . . ' M. Ashton and Mr, and Mrs. J. E.T At the general; inference assemquorum of Twelve Is PrinMeRendrick. cipal Speaker. bly on Sunday morning in the taber nacle, 'tKWhseUor Albert H. Powell Returns Hotne Mr. and Mrs. J. (SneriaJ Ta Tha Herald.) A" priesthood cliorua conducted.Peterson and children Dorothy and 18. March PATSOX, The first from the four wards of Paynon aang Jaek have returned to their borne quarterly conference of the Nebo the ojiening selections. The topic in Idaho Falls, after spending two stake since Ma'diviMoa and reorgani-aathi- n "Faith Promoting Incidents Illuswaa held In Parson on Satur- trative of the Power ef the Pries, weeks In thia city as the guests of Mrs. Peterson's parents, Mr. and day and Sunday. The session on hood. Exercised Both in Individual Mrs. VC P. Clayton were devoted to a and Quorum presentCapadfyT" priest ltnrday hood convention for the men at the ed in seven minute talks by the fol- kTno ts KnrtrrvlllA 1r anil high school and meet in en for the lowing: C. P. Olsen, Altna S t rH w mntOTed: ttrS prt'Tg'--l aT Tidies. the tabernacle. .frwn Payson Second, ward ; and were the guests of ville t-L, The prienthood ronvention -j Binghani, a deacon from Benjamin, Mr. Sunday A.-and Mrs. Huntington. B. T. ' "" closely the outline sent out Smith, a seventy from Santar '"'5'; by the. general authorities and which qiiin; Lyndon Hall, a teacher fron. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Guest Dinner has beeu u$cd la ell of the stakes for Payson Second wifrd; C, H. Dixon, we? the dintheir first quarterly conference f ajLeider from Payson First ward ; -- Mra.Sam tu year,-- A general assewiil.r was Ronald Schaerrer, a- - priest . from nor guewts of Mr. and Sundayw Jr.r Jeppersoiir " held at 10 a. in. .and a departmeutal Payson Fourth ward- .- ,' ". meeting at 2 p. m. Songs were rendered by the BenSUMMONS. ." Ballard Melvin Apostle of Salt jamin deOcons, Santaquin teachers In the District, Court of Utah Lake : represented the general and Springlake priests. authvriHes. LumnMn was srved "Ttpostle' BalTird gave an inspiring Billings, plalnttftJt Lydia I-Iladdress on matters pertaining to the during the noon hour. Bobeft II. Thoma, Sarah B. The moraine session for the ladies priesthood. S. Thomas, John W. at the tabernacle was under the At the- afternoon session ' Pregj-de- Thomas, BrThomasrAVllliam of 4he primary stake board Xee R. Taylor presided and the Tnrner, Chancy E. Fleming, Sylyanus KelleyLThad AVILson with President Auora N. music was by the stake choir under Sarah L. AllreaV Sarah U presiding. She aiw made oiening the direction of Prof. C. O. Nelson. Thomas, A. Flcnilng, Chancy remarks: Mrs. Kathrjn Belts told The general and stake authorities Turner, Julia : E. Thomas. Mary J. Thomas, Th ad-- 't the siory'The Magical Whistles"; were jjvesented and sustained. and deus E. Fleming, Kelsey Bird song from the Santaauln wards. President Taylor, Apostle Ballard of the' above Address by Miss Ann Nebekcr of the and his son, Melvin K. Ballard were all unknown heirs namejJ defendants and all unknown 4ioard on subthe speakers. the general claimants of the real Troperty the conference of fortifying children for thelrtIn-therevenlng described in the plaintiffs ls the stake M. L A' was held with lug work of the .future. She defendants. gave a synopsla of two health lec- Karl P. Keeler presiding. A splen; complain The State of Utah to said Defend tures. Solo by Mrs. Elva Taylor did musical program was given with ' : ants: addresses by Apostle; Ballard and Tou are hereby""Bummoned to ap qneation, however, of how much It bis son. The attendance at the Sun- pear within twenty days aftetraer- coat, but what Intelligence was tut day wessions was equal to the viee of this summons upon you, if ta It; what Jbas been achieved! average attendance before the which mdjylthin-lhJpqntyJthe Wate"."" Flaunting the cost of apieture is this action is broughtr etherwlse very often a mere ruse to cover up Within thirty days after sucirser- an alwence tffiitgTpTOnfir the vice, and defend the above entitled huuMUMUUIWHMiMaa making 'of It The cost, after all, is action,; and in case of your laiiure r ren be will nothing; the heart ana soul that so to do, Judgement went Into the picture Is everything. dered against you according to the The Thief of Bagdad" has a heart demands of the complaint which has and a soul I Therein lies Its greats teeffile wittrihelerfcof; the DERNCOLIIKG tie - ..." FOR BIG L1IXED -- 8 IUC 03C odock. bottles r A splendid testimonial from Peoria, BODTINPROVO n'l J ' ' . v on the high'quality " 3 loly -' - r . vCOUNTY NEWS . SS Otxxtccs for 25:.f-;.'- f NB0 STAKE sTbundinJj halffara Qzrtr VIIY HOLDS FIRST PAY rf -- HIGHER PHICEGT tnnidss cl Pctrafii Used the Corertnrrrt n- CONFERENCE l j. BE-N;EFI- 1 Th A nn s bSv.e.r:.. ...".$2.50 100 lbs. Wholesome Cn I3C HONEY ,..,tIJ Folger's Red Can, Wb. lW 1 ... lb. ir 1Qf "'' w a. Folgert Red Can, M 9C b. Dried Peaches, 18c lb. Sirloin Steak,, lb. a a .25c 2Ibs. .C doienivcvv.v..v Tomato Soup, OJ? d.uC 5 cans ' Hamburger or aVuU 2 Swusajr, lbs....... Rib Steak, Hilla Bros. Bed Can, lb. Hills Bros. Red $2.84 Can. 5 lbs. Red Can, Schilling's i 4UU PQ UHlxcan IC- ..... OC.' Old Manse Syrup, fjg , pkg. 2Vi-l- - blTCULS Fresh Eggs, dozen MOP STICKS ; tifi"- Good Mop Sticks, aCUei each FRUITS Dried WEDNESDAY SIORXING EGGS MARCH 17. 1323. A Douglas Falr--t applaud: that when he vvara the larMMt Cloak, rbrvr; that a he he talaea the Mas Amy, yaa trp; that whea be la Prlaoewa, ye elfb wft ailcht ba eipreted. wadee ihe rirrtuBuJaace. ;. There have bee aarh wild and prevarirattBf atateaieata aa ta . the eat ot tae aaakinf of pkiarea a lew MiUUtaa atnre or atea, aot beln( i'..im,u. nhfatr yr.tariLtT and rbangat wortby at caarfdcraUoa-!- baa refrataed 1 that Mr. rWBt f "TUB THIEF OF BAGDAD .'' fThwrday. aay fUmrea aa to la "The Thief ef Bagdad" kr - frnai extraThe Tbicf f Eajrdad." TTere they Dourl Falrhanit' The Thief uTbaa bceu reeBaed the a the eeat af thta pie- fcappetihisa. Bagdad." which has area kttmt, aa.rrdtaary uing kanara,vonid aertn most hryoad brlWf.1 belt the. aklwlnc amaUiifUut tan sf tjaoocBl thra tbr crepted is With The Thief of Bafdad" or la beea taeiqrhl devehpnieut in the movlug irtrehaMl aoi presented atV thesihkM' Ia this lMure fomk-.-i tpwo ded with aay, r5rtur, n b aot a drauia. will 1 ALL-4BRA- N ! . THE PROVO EVENING nEBALDpTUESD fTTMra- - J UVJ Given under the auspices of the painters otProYoL k3hlida-of-Sprlngvi- r at the - l Wednesday, March 18 PEERLESS ORCHESTRA The entire proceeds of the dance will go to a member, of Jhe:Provo 5 jwef A comic opera in two acts, presented by the MUSIC DEPARTMENT of the ' P M. MOTHER DIES ' FROM STROKE newu The more important members of the east are Julane Johnston, a member of the famous Morgan Dancers, who Impersonates the Prinreaa; So4ln Kaiuayama, imported from Japan,' where he has been the leading Shakescarean actor, who impersonates the Mongol Prince. Anna May Wong, a charming little ChineAJaitpcr, j8 g,vn m the jwrt of the stave. Snita Edwards Is the ThleCs evil asHociate; Brandon. Hurst la the Caliph. for-wer- ly at the Thornton Drug Store. ttt'iiiinniastti The Iledquist Again ..FQR This is the season to make good returns crowing cannery crops, We earnestly, solicit your contracts n "Now "we for BEANS, $40 and v razor, strap and cream, $1.50. J15.00,00aiid 11 ; 1 - . , Croup Relieved .Withoutllosinc? ' 67c - on. are increasing our" offer and adding a Large 50c Tube, of Shaving Cream. Regular vafie r- " , . ..FORTyODAONLYi it Too much dosing Is harmful to-child's delicate stomach. Often 4t lays the foundation for ; ill . health in inter life.' f . The next time a child seems croupy in the evening apply ' - 5 . Vicka - " ALSO Packingoriioratiori AFEW SPECIALS - ................ "93 Hair Tonic Beef, Iron and Win A - -- - '. -- oI '.89-p- Provo ; Pleasant Grove Sprtagville Los Angeles avetlhroai It rrottp won Direct $52 en" without warning an application of Vk-k: -- yrlng-illet'W4'tatai-. - Vlcks ' Hedquist Drug Stores : cover with a warm flannel cloth. loose Iieave the bedclotbing about the nect i& thartheTlliI--- ' inlng vapors way he freely haled. This usually prevents a 1 night attack.' ' TODAY AND WEDNESDAY. One set to a customer. national Ontioorflaypomtcl DrUg Storps for ; $50.00 per ton;. CUCU5IBERS, $45.00 per ton, and especially Writer's Greet two weeks have .1 ' .given you GOLD PLATED AUTO STRAP RAZOR - -- court This action is brought for the pur- pose of Tulettng ptaiutifrs title to (Special to The Herald.) ; the lands described, in piamtitr s complaint on file herein In tot above PLEASANT GROVE, March 17. which complaint Is Mrs. Clara. Warnick fjglson, wife of entitled court, James Nelson, died at ber home hereby referred to and made a part Monday at 2 :30 o'clock. Mrs. Nel- hereof. J. W. ROBINSON. son hud heen sick for some time. Attorney for Plaintiff. Thursday she had a slight stroke P, O. Address : which Inter caused her death. Merchants Bank BuildFuneral services will be held in Farmers the Pleasant Grove tabernacle, ing. Provo, Utah. . Publication dates: Mar, 1925. Apr. Special T05IA-TOESatnioOperY- TScExtra LadxlOc. . HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Prices -Gcnefal, 33c; Reserved, 50c, Special Costumes, Scenery and Music, Reserve Your Seats Admission n, March 18th and 19th 5 need of financial assistance. dlvi-sftnr- Under the direct supervision of Mr. Paxman and Misses Wooley and Eggcrtsen 1.1.-8:1- painting faternity who is in urgent 4i " . TIIOVO HIGH SCHOOL - -- -- can often,-- ;be even - applied 'freely n the yonngest i eniia wun penect saiety. 0 ; OvtH U C H. FUNK Ticket Agent. ; Phone 312.7 Vsco Ysarui VapoRup Ittliiucm Jars Round Trip Daily UNION J(fi PACIFIC SYSTEM Limit Nine Months 'l C.H.CODY,Xgent. 1- Phone 315.