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J- m ASfERISAN FORK clTlggM. SATURDAY JANUARY 3, iM. ' .,..,,.,,- -v.. , ' '-H
K ' American Fork Locals and Personals
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Br School starts Mondny,
Hf" Miss Orn Lynch wont to Snlt Lnke
H Tuesday for n few days visit.
HH President S. L. Chlpmnn was at
Hu Provo on business Wednesday.
Wm S. J. Jones, district telephone man-
H & ngbr at Provo, was hero Monday,
H Mlsa Myrtlo Mndscn la visiting Snlt
H, Lako friends and relatives.
Hjl Mrs. Sarah Crookston leaves Thurs
H' day to visit with her sister, Mrs. J.
Ht" E. Jensen of Provo.
H Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strong return-
H ed to their home nt Provo, Suudny1,
H after a few day's visit hero.
H Mrs. Geo. Lott and children qf I.elil
Hh hnvo been guests of Mr, and Mrs.
H John Kelly this week.
H B Misses Llzu and Kdlth Iliudluy went
H to Salt Lako Tuesday for n few day's
H k Miss Eevcduno Leo is spending the
H holidays nt Murray, guest'1' of Uoy
H . Thompson.
H y1'89 Mllllo Jensen or Provo spent
B -tho week visiting With her aunt, Mrs
B Sarah Crookston, and returned honiu
Hi Chill and Hot Pie parties aro nil
H .tho rage. Sco Dunkley at "Joe's
H , Place" who can ill! all orders com-
H " .u'ploto with tho trimmings. 3-lt.
jbi ! - '
H Eldor Jackson of Provo spent n few
H v days hero this week visiting with MV
H J i niid Mrs. Jessov Crookston, lie wes
H ,' r, Clyde Crookston's companion while
Hl " In England.
LWL M.r. and Mrs. Joss Pollctt returned
V' to. their homo in Snlt Lako, Sunday,
LW 1 after a week's visit hero guests of
Hr Mr." and Mrs. A. W. Potorson.
B. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shepherd, Misses
H k Sadie and Maria Chlpnmu went . to
Vi Sprlngvlllo, Saturday evening, to at-
, toticl a hall, returning Sunday ov-
K,'v i Mr. Htid Mrs, R, NIoIboii nud ron,
ci" i1v!Y returned homo Monday after
K. k spondlng" tho ChrlBtmna holidnyu In
HVH Sa,t LRkti ctt?
H' ' '-, y 8' Chlpman jyna nt Mldvalo laia
H """" '-- ."Jwwii jqif'wua ulttU? Unll oi liu dliuc'
H tors of a bank that was consolidated
B ut , that place, Tho banks consoll-
tWt ,e W'H hereafter bo known as
H tho .Mldvalo Stato Dank.
B ' Take homo n pint or quart of Dunk-
H'v j-. ley's good Chill. Takes tho cold
m chill off and makes tho sloop pleasant.
LWt Thoi family will enjoy It. Makes u
LWt good supper or an evening luncheon,
H 20c a pint 3Gc tho quart nt "Joo's
M 20c a pint 35c n quart nt "Joo's Place."
LWs . 10c a bowl if eaten there. 3-1 1.
LWl Place." 10c tho bowl If eaten there.
H About forty olllcera and teachers
H of the first ward M. I. A. and Sunday
H school, gave a most successful party
H at ,tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J, II.
H Davis, Tuesday evening, compllmou-
H tnry to Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Oam-
H moll. Mrs. Qammell was farmerly
H Miss Ethol Davis and lias been an
H nctlvo and faithful worker in these
H organizations. Tho time was spent
H in gaineB und hiubIc and choice ro-
H freshmonts wero served. Mr. and
H Mrs1. Qammell were presented with
H two beautiful pictures.
A. W, Peterson itiul son, Walter,
wero Salt Lake visitors Sunday.
Mr, mid Mrs. W, D. loveless wore
Snlt Lnko visitors Monday.
Uoba Leo' la visiting relntlvca and
friends nt Illnghnm Canyon,
Mrs. Raymond Chlpmnn was Salt
Lako visitor Sundny and Mondny.
W. S. Chlpmnn spent Tuesday In
PIcnBnnt drove on business.
Mrrf. Trddlo Leo and children spent
tho week end visiting Mrs. Leo's mo
tlior, Mrs. Ada Stoddnrd.
Mrs. C. P. Henry returned home
Monday nfter spending n few days
Mrs. Kd ClnyB and two children of
Illnghnm nro visiting Mrs. Carl An
derson and Mlsa Phcobo Adams.
MlflBPB Mabel Storrs and Hornlece
Crnndnll returned homo Sunday nfter
spending Chrlstuins nt llebor.
Mr. Homer Chrlstenscn, who Is
leaching school nt Sprlngvlllc, was
visiting frlonda lioro Monday.
Mrs. KJIzn Jenkins mid daughter,
Ma bio of Sandy, npent tho week hero
guestB of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Robin
son, "Joo's I'lnco" warm and comfort
ublo theso cold evenings. 'It's Chill
thoro iiIbo. Try, some for what alls
you. Dunkloy makes It. 3-lt.
MrB. D. II. Rhodes entertained n
number of her friends nt a dinner
pnrty nt her home Monday, compli
mentary to 'Mrs. Lizzie Armstrong,
anil son, Alfred, and Mrs. Mary Rob
inson of Idaho.
Mrn. J. J. Peters and daughter, Fern
of Provo, worn gucHts of Mr. mid Mrs.
J. 12. Peters Sunday.
Mru. Emily Adnmsou was tho host
ess nt u dinner party nt her homo
National "Western Stock 8how, Den
ver, Colorado, oxcurslon rata $23.50
for round trip. On' sale January 10
17, return January 31st. Diverse
routes. Ask for tickets via Salt Lako
Mr. mid Mrs. J. H. Wild, Mr, mid
Mrs. J. A. Wright mid children of
lUiighmu, Mr, mid Mrs. Fred Strong
of Alpine, Mrs. J. M. Thornton mid
children, Mr, and Mrs. Stove Shelley,
Mr, Warren Anderson and Miss Mllllo
Thornton wero guestB nt a dinner
party given by Mr, mid Mrs. Stephen
Rholloy nt their home Christians.
(let the klddlco ready for BChool
bright and early Monday morning.
'Misses Hnzel and Carrlo Spencer
nro visiting relatives mid friends In
Mr. David Mitchell, who.,ls teach
ing Bchool nt Rfchfiold, Islfiore vis
iting his parents. " JT"
MrB. Walter Slack is "visltlng her
daughter, Mrs. Elmor Strong," nt Pro
vo, this week.
Mr. mid Mrs. Dell, Chlpmnij wero
guests of Mr. mid Mrs..L', S. Hnrring-
ton, Sunday, '
James and Dewey Gnlsford spent
Wednesday in Snlt Lake ona'pleasure
County Cimmlsstonor Be'rnnrd N.
Chrlstenscn spent Tues'dny In "Provo
Mrs. C. J. Wright entertained at n
family dinner nt her liomo,Tnesduy.
Covers wero laid for sixteen
Mr. mid Mrs. William Pulley re
turned homo Mondny after 'spending
n week In Snlt Lako City. .
Miss Lllllo Hagren or SaIt,'Lake Is
hero visiting ut the homo of Mrs.
I). It. Rhodes. ".
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hickman return
ed from Provo, Saturday, after visit
ing relatives there for a weekf'
Mr. Frank Feathcrstona of Salt
Lako spent Christinas mid Friday
here vlstlng relatives.
CHICKENS Rest lu tho-couutry.
Rhodo Island Red pullets, nndd Ulnck
Manorcas; one dollar a piece nt E.
J. McCleery. 3.21.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J, A. Wright, or Ding
hum, havo been visiting relatives here
this week. Mrs. Wright will remain
until nttor tho now year. " ,t-
Mr. Pert Crookston was down rom
Snlt Lako tho last part of last vcck
visiting with his parents. HIb sis
ter Kiln accompanied him bnckl'for
a visit during vacation.
Messrs" Wallace nnd Reginald
HcaniB or Salt Lake, spent ChrlBfins
horo vlBltlng their pnrents, Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. droo. An elaborate din
ner pnrty was given by Mr. nnd Mrs.
Groo In their honor, Chrlstmus.f
A number or American Fork peo
ple went to Springville, Sat'urilay,
to attend tho Roylnuco reunion, that
la held nnuunlly. Tho event wan In
honor or the 60th wedding anniver
sary or Mr. and Mrs. Henry Royldnco,
parents of Mrs. J. W. Storrs. Those
to nltend from horo wore Mr ' nnd
Mrs. J W. Storrs, Mrs. Wlllcs ifrom
ley, Mrs. Wlllnrd Shipley nnd Mrs.
Mny 1914 bo a prosperous year to
all our renders.
Work Is being rushed 011 tho taber-
undo n full forco working every
MIsb Eliza and Ella Storrs Bpent
Saturday, Sunday nnd Mondny with
relatives nt Salt Luke.
Mr. and Mrs. Reno. IV, Vnnce wero
Salt Lnko tlBltors Sundny and Mon
day, Miss Ruby Tnttersoll entertained a
number of her rrlonda nt n watch
party at her homo Wednesday even
ing, Quito a number or our citizens at
tended the runornl' Tuesday of A.
C. Nelnon,.lnte superintendent of pub
lic Instructions, nt Salt Lako City.
Mr. Clydo Stcolo of Salt Lako, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Steele, form
erly or this city, Is visiting Tor n few
dnys, guest or hla grandmother, Mra.
Alice T. Steele.
Mrs, Llzzlo Urentliwnlto, who litis
been spending a foW- days attending
tho sick bed of Mrs.' Rosa II. Grant,
returned to her homo at Mnntl, Thurs
day. She was accompanied by Mrs,
Lorena Peterson for n few duy'a visit.
When wo read of tho thousands
upon thousands of Idle men on the
Pacific const aB well as the eastern
cities many without food nnd lodg
ing wo should bo thnnkful nnd reel
grateful that wo live In Utah, and
especially In this locality the most
progressive Httlo city in the Btato.
Mr. and MrB. Wi C. Preston enter
tnlued this week In honor of Minnie
nnd Seymour Preston or Uurley, Ida-,
ho. Thoso present wero Mr, mid Mrs.
Murry Keslor, ot Nephl, Mr. Jay
Nash or Provo, Miss Lyle Nash of
Alpluo, nnd Mr. Jas. Grant of this
city. A very enjoyable tlmo wna had
by all present.
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9; 1914
v Bromley's Re'-organized 8 ', Piece Orchestra
THE ORCHESTRA IS IN THE REST CONDITIONPVRNlSH'iTH MOST .POPULAR MUSIC. V
SH A Good Social Time AssftreriAH -
TICKETS 50 CENTS ljAD,Kg pKEK
RENO VANCE. Malinger .
LOST A pocketbook containing $8,
between tho Co-Op. nnd Tabornnclo.
Please leave samo nt this olllco nnd
recelvo rownrd. 3-lt.
Tho Chipmnti Mercantile compnny
will be closed nil doy on Tuosdny,
January tith, for Block tnklng. Tho
Amerlcnn Fork Co-op. will close
Wednesday, Jununry 7th, to tako
"HIck'ry Farm," played by tho First
Ward talont for tho benefit or tho
mlsslonnry committee, Wednosdny
ovenlng In tho Opera Houso, was
Inrgely nttened, evory sont In tho
house being taken. Tho musical
numbers as well us tho piny wero
vory woll presented. Tho cIiibsIcb
nnd overtures furnished by tho Uroni
loy Orchofltrn were beautifully ren
dorcd and appreciated by nil present.
ORIENT THEATRE 1
AMERICAN FORK CLIFTON I'EIKCE, MBaKer. H
A Picture Show of Quality. M
X Itpglntitug tonight nnd continuing every night for n solid week, H
W)ll be shown n two part fenture of cnrofol selection to snlt all. H
, Tonight, Saturday January 8. H
"1IIK FIOIIT AT (UtlZZLY flULCII." Part one mid. two.
X An Indian story full of convincing situations, Btarred by Jaiin ' H
Wolfe and Carlyle Illnckwcll. ,j, . , mm
MoHday, .fannary 5, H
"1 UK NEKlt TO RETURN IU)AD.N Part one and two. ' fH
X A heart story worthy or high praise, leaving a grip at the end jH
nnd the nnmo or Lillian llayward never to be forgotten. r
- Tuesday, January 6. 4H
T "THE THAri'ER'S MISTAKE." Part ono and two. 4H
X A thrilling story of trapper's life. Splendid backgrounds, ,tH
W snow covered ground and Ice wrapped trees. One of tho sit- Wm
4 uattons ot suspense is where a great bear wanders into tho 4H
cabin and Httlo Violet hides under the table. iH
X' ' Wednesday, January 7. " IH
X "ALONE IN THE JUNdLE." Part one and two. IH
X Tho lovers pnrt by a stream in tropical Africa, she Is re- IH
X turning' when she sees a Hon shot mid leaving her horse Is H'
soon In tho clutches of a ferocious Hon, another of which has -H
killed her bourse and is devouring tho carcass. A plcturo acted H
by Ucbso Eyton mid Thos. Santschl, und in every way a jmm
X thriller and worthy of tho highest commendation. jB
X Thursday, January 8. 'B
X -THE MOTIIKRIXO 1ILART." Part ono nnd two. " M
A Tho rcstnurnnt scene alono In this plcturo cost $1,800.00. The H
X story Is excellent nnd holds from start to finish. The punch H
X cornea suddenly but It strikes hnrd. AH
Friday, .lunuary 0. JB
J "THE JJI'MAN VUIiTURE' Part one and two. H
Dealing with a band of pirates, In their haunts, who have jB
X kidnapped a child held for ransom and then the complicated AH
story pr prison lire and tho mother out or prison going to her Ha
daughter's houso begging for work. Hm
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Don't forget to wrlto It 1&14.
Jas, II. Clnrko wna In Provo on
court buslnoss tho first of tho week,
Mesrs Melvln Johnsoir mid Gardner
Rogers of Salt Lako werohe guests
ot Misses Mary Steele and Edna Shel
ley. Saturday and 8undny.
ir we mny bo remark, It .certainly
had tho appearance or being an old
Jnnunry "thaw" Wednesday and
Those who have been reported on
the sick list this week nro: Mrs. Jos.
Miller, Mr. Stephen Anderson nnd
Mrs. Elizabeth Wngstafr.
FOR SALE A now suit or clothes
never been worn will fit nu nver
uge man, tailor made, cost $28, will
sell reasonable Call at Mrs. Mattle
Adams, American Fork. 3-lt.
""Many a housawifu mnnages u home
so woll on nu "Inadequate allowance"
that there la no air or uncomfortable
economy, or deprivation, over In
evldenco In It. Theso aro tho ad.
watching IioubowIvcb thoso wlso wo
men who "tnko tho tlmo" to keop
informed nbout thrltt-chmices In
Complnlnt Is being mndo that cer
tain cltlzeiiB nro throwing nohes In
tho public strectB, mid thnt thoso
unsightly heaps aro tho cnuso of
many horsos being frightened. Such
nets aro likely to cause sorlouB ac
cidents, nnd then again, thoro la a
city ordiunnco against throwing rub
bish In, tho Htrects.
"You nro turning out tho-best paper
this section of tho stato uvor had."
Is tho compliment handed us tho past
row weokfl by prominent citizens mid
by letters rrom ox-rosldentB. With
out u dcubt, frlonds, for tho press of
the state gives us credit or printing
and puhllnlilng tho largest nnd best
country paper In tho state, and all
being homo print, too. Whnt la moro
our papers havo boon tested out,
nnd found to get good results for
MRS. GEORGUB BENNETM
Practical Nurse H
Located at Mrs. Biglers H
Main Street American ForlH
The farmer thlnKs it must be Afl
snap to work in nn office and lB)J
one's wlfo leisurely telephone to tH
store nt tho last moment for tho stwB
tho former spent months In ralsIH
Tho roverse Bide Is that when pjfl
ofllco man looks at hla pocketboHl
at tho end of tho month, he thlnB
what n puddln,' It Is to bo a farmHl
mid have tho city man's money ;Bjj
the end of tho month. Wo might Aft
Into upon what both think of tfl I
middleman through whom the
chnngo Is effected, and tho Bhare H
gathers In catching It both goH
and coming, but postal regulatlAV
forbid tho utterance of that klndB
Mrs. John Chadwlck entertainedP
numbor of her friends at her ho'iH
Now Year's eve. Tho fore part.H
tho ovenlng was spent In Social chH
and a delicious supper was serviH
after which the party spent a pleoH
nut hour nt tho theatre. The gueiH
wero: Mrs. Llzzlo Armstrong, MnH
Mary Robinson, Mrs. D. R. RhodeH
Mrs. Allco T. Stcolo and grmidsoH
Clyde Steole, Mr. and Mrs. Delos PeiH
Mr. W. D. Edmonds spent ThurH
day In Salt Lako. Hla wlfo, who luH
apont tho past ten days visiting hH
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Stout, rH
turned homo with him. H
Dr. Samuel Newton, 87 years oH
and nt ono tlmo ono of tho most poH
ular physicians of Salt Lake, died tbH
week at his homo of old ago. I)H
Nowton is survived by two daughterH
Mra. Mary Nowell and Mrs. IsavH
Peterson of Salt Lako and ono soH
Mr. Samuel Newton of this city, .H
o . iH
Choice Out Flowers H
Feras ni Floral IteiIgnt.H
Send (o the Leal Floral Co, Ltkl, H
Telophoae 80-J. We dellrerH
I I A CLEAN SWEEP I
I ALL LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR MUST GO REGARDLESS W. COST OR
1 , FORMER SELLING PRICE. I
H ' .- ' . 33 Coats, Ladies' and Misses' go at $5.95 I
I -r -'' 11 Coats, Ladies' and Misses' go at $2.50 'y " I
I "3 "' ' 50 Per cent A11 Ladies' Suits-They all go at 1-2 price "K. 1
B M 33 1-3 per cent. All Furs and Fur. Sets 1-3 off : I
I : - i3l-3 jpr cent. All Ladies' Silk Waists 1-3 off " rv- I
I. I ...... , ", sRemembe e Haye the Three Coldest Months to Come Yet I
i UlAMERICAN FORK COQR INSTITUTION -The People's Store' J