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Call and see the now lino of carpets at tho Co-op. Tho Co-op has a nico assortment of ladies' and chikh ens capes and coats See that your children always wear District 7G school shoes. For sale by People's Co-op. The many friends of Mrs.IIattie Wing Will be glad to lenrn t hat sho is steadily improving and hopes are now entertained enter-tained for her speedy recovery. Mrs. II. A Webb was the recipient oi a pleasant surprise perpetrated by(a number of her frionds last evening. Tho occasion waB tho lady's birthday anniversary. an-niversary. To secure an abundant growth of hair use Hall's Hair Renewer. or, if possessing an abundance, it may bo kept looking 1 - finely by using tho Renewer occassional- ly. James Dolraer of American Fork can bo found at A. R. Bennett's shop in Lehi every Tuesday and Saturday with fulUine of ladies' and menB' suitings . - Mr. Dolmer is a highly recommended tailor. Ted Jones started with a load of freight for Fish Springs tho first of last week but when at Foss Creek his child became seriously ill and he returned in a buggy with his wife and child. Tho v baby is better and Ted intends to resume t' his trip today. Je Some of tho boys who dnllicd with I v the shell games at tho lato lamented tJJH; circus were arrested Thursday and fined various Bmall amounts simply to remind them tho city is an adept in taking care of tho superfluous cash as well as tho trt bunco men. Shiloh's Consumption! Curo cures t where others fail. It is tho leading b Cough Cure and no homo shonld bo $m witnoutit. Pleasant to take and goes 4 , right to tho spot. Sold by T. J . Wads- ,$' ' worth, Druggcst. Exclaims of tho Josephite Church ? , examined or "Priesthood and Presiden- ; ey," from a Mormon standpoint by 0. ,i'jt W. Penroso. and "Tlio Books and Utah V"? Mormonisni," in contrast, 'from' a - " ." Josephite Btahdpoint. 5 and 10 cents - each at the Post Ofice. Also complete lino of Church works. ' ' Mrs. Harriet Jacobs has a large and tylisblino of the latest fashionablo jmlllinory which she ia closing out at Very low prices. Her lino of ladies' and chJldronB' cloaks aro tho latest in stylo .and aro selling rapidly. Sho haa Just -engaged Miss Horrocks of Salt Lake City to assist her in tho millinery de-'' de-'' ' jpartment. A grasd ball was given at Sunshine , -last veniug, for the benofit of Don .Hiokman, who was Injured by the explosion ex-plosion of a missed hole in tho Overland mine. "She sum of $36 was raised, and tho Overland company doubled tho sum. On tho ovoning of tho day on which Mr. Hickman was injured, all arrangements wro completed for his marriago with Mrs. Martha Thomas of Lehi. Herald, .-Sunday. wmmmmmwmmmmwmmmmimmmmm The Co-op ia headquarters for sporting sport-ing goodB. "Coles Hot Blast' tho most economical econom-ical heating stovo made. Call and see them at the Co-op. 'Remember tho rain," but at the Bamo time remember that you must prepare for the cold weather. We have tho finest lino of heating stoves in the county. Peoples' Co-op lust. That maeniflcient line of buggies and carriages at Peoples Co-op MUST BE SOLD ond for tho noxt two weeks we will 'make unheard of low prices to close them out. Waj.tki. Potatoes, onions and wood on old accounts ur for now subscription at tho Bahmkk ollico, Don't be modest now, The choir will give a concert at the meeting house Sunday evening, Nov. 0, at which will be rendered the prizo pieces sang at the recent Eisteddfod. Tho program will be published next week. Some miscreant frightened Mrs, .1. P. Nielson by trying to obtain t-ntranco to her residence tho other night. Ho was frightened away but not until the lady had jcceived a tad scare. It may not be necessary to advise the taxpayers but wo think ihcy should not take any more than the exact amount of their taxes to the court house as the city attorney and judge are both pretty well up in the shell gamo sinco tho numerous trials. J. J. Thomas came in from Fish Springs Satuiday nnd reports everything every-thing prosperous in that camp. The recent big strikes in the Utah and Galena Ga-lena havo boomed everything and he regards holders in properties in that camp as especially lucky. As soon as the balance of the work is completed on tho Early Harvest working shaft ho sayB tho drifting will bring them into as largo an ore body as either the Galena, Ga-lena, which it joins, or tho Utah, Eli8ha Day and wife of this city attended at-tended the funeral of Mr. Day's father, Elder Henry Day, at Draper Thursday. The old gentloman waB a highly respected re-spected citizen of Draper. He was born in Maine in 1S24 and in 1851 came to Utah nnd settled in Draper where he resided up to tho timo of his death. In 1857 ho enlisted and took part in what is known as tho "Echo Canyon War." He served faithfully for thirty years as second counselor to Bishop I. M. Stewari. A good neighbor, a kind father nnd nn affectionate husband, he sleeps tho sleep of the just nnd is entitled enti-tled to tho reward of the righteous. Five Pleasant Grove boys enthused with Pleasant Grovo spirits dashed into town in a stylish turnout last Wednesday Wednes-day and began doing the town in the approved Pleasant Grovo style. Marr shal Thomas objected to their sport and after a short chase and a little trouble he succeeded in landing tho quintette in jail. Two of them put up $3 as bonds for their appearance at tho hearing at 10 a. m. Thursday. They did not appear ap-pear and the pail was forfeited while the three others were fined $3 each. The fines wore paid and tho three started start-ed homeward in more humble spirits and deeply conscious of a dark brown taste. "Aftorvainly endeavoring to withstand an increasing desire for what in Lehi is tho unattainable, a member of the dramatic dra-matic tioupe, last Saturday, entered a drug btoro nnd shored a prescription at tho courteous clerk, to which was signed tho name "Jamea Smythen. M. D." After noticing that tho mixture called for was not only stimulating but if rightly handled might produce a "jag" tho clork askod, ,Aro you a regular physician?" "No," said tho actor, "I don'tclaimto bo." "Then," quoried tho clerk, "why do you put M. D, after your name?" "That means 'mighty dry'," was tho cheerful response, Tho prescription wasn't filled, and tho actor didn't recover from tho results of his joke, in timo to play in "Richolieu" that evening, i 1 1 ' , b ' Mahara'a Minitrels. Thursday. I Every day is a bargain'day at the Peoples Co-op. I Mrs. S. Briggs hist week entertained her sister Mis. J. Scorey of Ogdun. "Remember the Rain" and buy you a mnckintush nt the "old reliable" Co-op. Mrs. Martha Bushman lias returned' from a visit to her mother in Morgan county. Mr. McCabe a resident of old Mexico, has been the guest of James Kirkham for a few days past, Mrs. Nanoy Pitchtorth of N'cphi was vis'ting her sister, Mrs. Lucy Fox of thiB city, last week. Judging by the amount of ammunition ammuni-tion sold nt tho Co-op the ducks are "getting it (T) in tho neck." Havo your Impiovemcnt Era and other books and magazines bound by T. F. Crouch ( bookbinder J opposite P. 0., Provo. The many friends of Marshall Newell New-ell Knight of Provo may send him congratulations. con-gratulations. He has been joined In wedlock to Mrs. Frances Clark ol that city. A letter received from John Robcits, Jr , Friday from his son states tho latter lat-ter is enjoying his mission in the Satno- an Islands and is in tho best of health and spirits. The fact that some of thcteachcts took their pupils to the sugar factory has just come to the knowlt-dge of the trustees Hiul they have positively forbidden for-bidden anything of the kind in the future. A class in dress-making was commenced, com-menced, Monday, October 10, by Mrs. Joseph Hammer at her residence, one block suth of Dr. Steele's office. The Ladies' Scientific Tailor System, will bensed, Mrs. Hammer now having the aole agency for that Byatcm. Mrsv Hammer formerly held tho agency aud instructed a largo cluss in Lehi. Mose Garfi", Louis Garff'B., handspme and debonnir clerk, was doing some expert bicycle riding Sunday morning 1 and in the courso of his maneuvers attempted at-tempted to climb a tree. He failed, and in failing lost a piece of his upper lip and some cuticle from bin nose. Moso will not be so handsomo hereafter but he knows more about bicycle riding. Last week tho wife of S. N. Ilansou, a section hand on tho Oregon Short Line, sold tho household goods and with her two children, aged respectively 8 and , departed for parts unknown, For Borne timo tho couple had agreed only in tho fact that they could find more happiness apart and Mr. Hansen had given his wifo permission to take all their belongings and leave at her pleasure, pleas-ure, but he did not want her to tako tho children. Mr. Hansen i'b a steady industrious citizen and has the sympathy sympa-thy of all in his trouble.