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I AMERICAS' FORK C1T1EKN SATURDAY, APRIL S5. 1914 1$ 1 jH
AlVifclUOAN FORK LOCALS
Miss Hazel Hunter was n l.chl IhII
Mr. mid Mrs. C. V. Smith returned
home Stiudnr nftrr spending a work
lit Logan. iJ
.Mr. Miirlon Koblnson loft for Heber
on his motorcycle Frldny, to spend
a 'few days. ,v
Mr. iiiiiI MrH. C. L. 'sJpy. spent 'part
of the week lie.i.o, visiting relatives
and friends. - . -
Mr iiih! Mr. John Kclley spent
Tiicsdny Waiting with relatives ill
Mr. mid Mrn, F. L. Hickman Hpont
Hunday and Monday visiting with
relatives at IJcnjamlti mid Payson.
Mrs, K. H. Uoloy spent tho fore part
of the week visiting her daughter ni
Salt Lake City.
Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Lohl was the
guest of her pnrcntn, Mr. and Mrs
Wm. It. Webb, Wednesday.
Mrs. Altherla Urownlug and balm of
lllacgfoot. Idaho, aro hero for an ex
tended visit with her mother, Mrs
Miss I.oona Kolley returned home
fnno Logon Sunday, after spending
three months visiting with relatives.
Mr. ft D. Cruise of th ,,u.irbmi
rnllway eompany, moved ,Ih family
hero from Salt Lk(, (Mn WPok J
will rml.li. hero for some time.
FOR SAM IfiolS of laud, WJII,
buildings, and good water rights
117.60 per acre. Cash or trade, easy
I .'"u"' " ,h" 'f r. nd Mr
I I;i Cr- Mr8' 8chMcr ls " "tece
of Mrs. Foster.
I J''?'' J C'" nKcr8o" will bo down
I Mo 1(,; "'"Test tho boy and Zl
I and help on the movement J'
I nh8nTO"- efficiency "
the boys and girls.
I ""-Ruben Chia,,, after visit.
"B n few ,l,yH , 8nIt , k '" rl
turned 10nw Thursday. Sl,0 wH' "
?T,;.",!,1 "m0 by "- ler Air"
I c,u;:ar',nmihoork hM k,,,,,"u -
1 t SS" I'01'00 "" ont
I conlingiy D,"-B0Ver'' yourselves ac-
I rtmt'or3 "?"'''cd from the
'ngtoi ' I tC?onog.,CI,l,IIP0 at wh-
'ro cowurS " 'i""0 Growers of tho
ht Is en I pj '!5lcl1 carefully for
0 first no Ced in f.8Cnb'': "
ieir, and thoucht " C.ountry ,n8t
hrouKht hero I Kn iJ ,mvo
Potatoes Impor p?i b'S C0,'8,Giiinent of
""it ,iPk" ;"'." jnsuH growth
I'nrtnioi has ?,i B ,,0Vl,oe8- "n de
I '"B ineilin.i- ,' mrcd n bulletin glv-
h mo,'""ls of controlling It.
Tli members or tho Fourth Wnrd
Vellof aclcl' met nl tho homo or
Ulster Slim Molsen Thursday artor-
"0011 . llor of ,,,. 77,, hrt,,(iy,
rite time was pleasantly spent In no-
c nl elmt At G:30 lunch was served to
tl'R follow lug: Mrs. Slim NloUi-n,
H Mrs. Alleo r. Steele, Mrs. Mollss.i
,!r'cwnod, Mrs. Kiiuna Smith, MrH.
J,fi Porbes, Mrs. Alice Moyle, Mrs.
H Mien I'loctnr, Mrs. Hannah Webb,
H Mis. Nell Wooton and Mrs. Suslo Mll
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Randolph auto
ed in their car Wednesday and 3pcnl
the day visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Pulley.
Mr and MrH. John u, )Mn of
Paj-Hou spoilt Monday and Tuesday
visiting with their son-in-law, Mr. F
On Wednesday Mr. F. I,, lllckmnu
took a pmty of four men, from ()g
den and Salt Lake, to the South end
of Cedar Vnlley to look over the land
and clay beds.
MeHsrs'Clarko and Hickman repoil
Hie sale or two properties In American
Fork this week of the transfer of .
IJ. Ilennetl of Alpine to Mrs. Klla An
derson and of tho lleimott home Just
north of the San Pedro lallroad track.
Wednesday evening the olllcers and
teachers of the Third ward Primary
were entertained by Mrs. Call An
derson, Games, music and dancing
made tho evening an enjoyable one
Choice refreshments were bcrtcd
People will be ituablu to pui chase
goods in American Fork after 12
o'clock (noon) during the summer,
commencing Wednesday, May 0, as
all business houses will bo closed In
order to glvo tho employees a hair
yiv. and Mrs. Reno Vance enter
tained a number of their friends
Thursday eenlng. The guests Bpent
a plcasual hour al the thealtc and
weie then taken to the host and hos
tess home whole the balance or the
evening was enjojed In music and
pallor games. A dainty lunch was
served to Mr and MrH. 11. II. Hint,
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). ICdiiioudu and
Mr. and Mrs. T .F. Corbett.
One of tho biggest and most enthus
iastic meetings or Its kind ever held
In American Fork met Thursday even
ing when one-hundred boys of the I
"Alpine Hoys' Club" assembled to
ndopt a constitution and elect lis olll
cers. Karl Ilanett, was elected pre
sident; Clair Haslem, Vice President;
Wayne W!lu, Seci clary-Treasurer,
together with the following advisory
committee: Murk (Jreen, Chairman and
travelling Instructor; Thos. llroml
bent, In lug I.. Pratt, -and Jesse F.
The purposo of the organization Is
given In Article '1 nl the constitution;
The object or llio.club Is Jo Interest
Hid .boys';.ln-agiloullun, to find out
beUerwayH or doing things, and or
securing greater elllcleney In all woik.
In hort, the object of the club Is- to
help In the preparation of life's work.
Prizes nroylo bo given by the Slate,
County, Copper National Hank, and by
business men of the dllTeicnt towns
or the north end or Utah county, thai
will aggregate several hundred dol
Ioih. The bnH are entering contests In I
gardening, poultry raising, corn and I
pig contest, sugar beeC raising, po- I
tato growing and many others. I
A North Knd County Fair will bo I
held In September al which time pri
zes will be awarded to the vvlniicrB of
the different contests.
Man Hunt Bills Still Unsettled
null Ciiimly OftlrlnlH iMnw I" ''
for Hie HilN Incurred Ily !"
ei'llilent Salt Lake I'oun-
A difference, of opinion as to Tacts
between Sheriff Andrew Smith, Jr., of
Salt Lake county and Sheriff Henry
IS.ist or I'tnh county terminated the
coi.rereneo at Prove, Monday between
representatives or Salt l-uke and I'tali
counties In refcrenco to the payment
! rf-Ti 1 llllllll . I
"Are You Able To Save Money? g
IV If not, drop out. You
will lono ns sure as you live The seed of success is not, i
H in you." Jimcs J. Hill.
B 'ui to stive bv opiniiiK it wiviijKB iiccount with w. 1
NJi' imy lour wV oi-nt mi nil savings (k-posits ol out
dollar or num. I
WE SOLICIT YOUR ACCOUNT LARGE OR SJVIALL I
' Safoty Deposit Boxes for Rent. " I
I People's State BanK"of Am. Fork
B " I I I . I . ! - '
H AMERICAN T'ORK BAKERY
B v'ull ami look over my liiu of bivml iiihI piwlrv
B Cream Puff Spociai Fridayn and Saturdays
B 11. I). I IKY WOOD, Prop.
H Successor to W II Wheeler I
B Aiuoi-iciiu Fork lTlnl I
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 jj
This Is the powerful combination we oiler ,vou
QtrnniYili 1"' Blrc,",lh ,PH '" m" "'"ide capital, 'our
OllDliy.111 lKO reserve, and in the staunch Intcgilt)
or our onlccra and Dlicctors.
J in 'point. of service, u e.teiid eveiy r.iclllty
dllll '1'1 eunvenlence reipilred In the transaction
or modern business
Bank of Am. Fork
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
or bills Incurred during tho Ixipez
hunt In t'tah county last November.
Utah county was reptesentcd by Uor
nard N. Chrhtenseii, county commis
sioner; Oranl C Dngley, county at
torney, and Sheriff Fast Salt Luko
was represented by A. II. Crabbes
ciJunt) comnilssionerj lloiaco 11.
Smith, nD3lstant county attorney and
Sheriff Smith. -
Declaring that Utah county has paid
all the bills it contracted during tho
I'Opcz hunt, amounting to $100. Utah
county officials said they would not
shoulder any or tho expensos Incurred
by tho posbo Horn Salt Lake. Assis
tant County Attorney Smith, however,
presented a long argument setting
forth tho liability or Utah county for
a percentage of the expensed on
grounds that l,opoz's pilnclpal crime
wiih committed in Utah county.
Differences between Sheriff Smith
and Sheriff Fast developed over tho
question or whether Sheriff Stoltli
took charge or the hunt In Utah coiyi
ty over the head or Sheriff Fast. Tho
Utah county Sheriff maintained that
the sheiiff or Salt Lake county Insist
ed upon dliectlng th el hint maiiBintt
ed upon directing tho hunt, and that
there was no agreement between them
In lerereuce to the mnuagcmcnl of
the man hunt and attending expen
ses. A denial was made by Sheriff Smith
particularly to. declarations of Sheriff
Fast to the effect that he w'as hinder
ed and prevented from proceeding
with the hunt according to his own
wishes. Finally Sheriff Hast declar
ed that he would not append his Big
nature to any of the bills not author
ized by him which may represent c.
ponscii or the Luke mountain hunt.
The w liter of this aitlcle happened
to bo on the scene soon after tho
tragedy on Utah Lake and beforo the
arrival of the Salt Lake county offi
cials. Ho was In the camp or both
sheriff's many times vvhllo tho hunt
vvnH proceeding and happened to know
thnt the contentious or the Salt Lake
county olllclnls are not based on Tacts,
While Sheriff Fast was trailing the
bandit Sheriff Smith was eliding tho
Inuuiitnln In expensive automobiles
and giving glowing accounts to tho
news paper men Soon ns the Salt
Lake county sheila anlved ho took
full charge- of the campaign and com
menced working tho telephone Sher
iff Smith, fur rrom working In cou
Biiltatjon with the Utah county Sher
iff, would take advice Horn no one
unless It was one or his pet deputies.
Had he taken Sh riff Cast's advice
or followed his suggestions, there
would havu been a difficult talu to
Certainly Utah county should not
assume any or tho opprobrium in
cidental to the man hunt Hasco, and
should pay only tlfu bills contracted
by the authority of the Utah county
Miss llosa Durrani will receive
piano students at her home nf
ter Wednesday, April 8.
For rurthcr Information call
at residence, American Fork.
1-tf MISS llOSA DUllIlANT.
Come to tho Soulliworlh I
Cash .Store for your merchan
dise. We liuvn't 1000 stores to
huy for, but we donJWuiy mer
ehantlise until wojurp, able to
buy it- from goilUOififtvllb did
buy from the factory for
one of these J 000, stores,
but unfortunately met with
some tinaneial troubles, and
ha'd to sell it to us for
ONK UAU-' what he paid
lor it, as we always have tho
SHOT CASH to PICK UP
(iOOI)S OK THIS KIND, and
thereloiv it makes it possible
for us to Have oil ONW T1IIKU
I of vour money on most any ur-
I DON'T BM ni'K'I'ilVKil) COMK AND KIM.
I Cash Store
I In the Progress Building
I American Fork Utah
I THE AUTOMOBILE Will A RECORD l?OK SERVICE
IYou Can Do It With A
SUPPLIES and REPAIRING
Money-Tuttle Motor Car Co
BPAMiaH FS UTAH
--COMING- ' lis I
IN TUM NWAH FUTUKK a strong desire for property M ,
in tho north end of Utah County, bccmiso of tho groat ; , , '
facilities and good soil that wo havo here. .Jj. t H
Now is your chance to got a lino farm for half tho money jfiiV I
that you can when tho pqoplo como to know tho rcul ! W jBJ
truth about ouv lands. M-'fI ill
SPIUNG IS IIEHE in reality, and if you want to become 1- fj i i
an owner of a choice piece of farming bind, that will tt , ffl
produce you a neat income this year, oall on us at once, ; ' H
as we have ,1UST WHAT YOU WANT. : V
WW HAVE big farms, littel farms, all kinds ol fjirms, in , t
til parts of the valley, together with lino homes in Lchi, I 1H
l'leasant Orove and American Fork, that will plcaso I i. j Jm
uvery homo seeker. ' I'J T II
DON'T KOJIGKT US. - l;, II
CLARKE & HICKMAN $V 1
I Real Estato Exchango American Fork, Utah W r ;l
Rich and Poor
LaFave Says Wetdc Stomach
From Improper Living
Troubles All Classes
A MILLION DOSEN'T HELP
Statement Mjule For Publica
tion By One of His
l.a Kno, tho mnn that claims that
AmerlcniiH have weak utomaclm and
who placed his remedy on Male nl
Thornton'H DriiK Store, seeniH to bo
nUruvtliiK an imuBiinl nmoiint of nl
iUnch day pcop'e aro calling to heav
nhont his theories and medicines in
greater number and fo Iho paBl tow
dnB tho offlco over the Pulley Restau
rant has presented a novel hIrM.
A remarkable feature to an onlook
er In the varied types ot people whom
La Favo In attracting. Tho range
from prosperous looking business mon
and fashionably dressed women, to
day laborers and their plainly-dressed,
hardworking wives. AH rub ol
bown in lucouuiiou sense. tho Imrsult
of health, or iih La Favc puts It,
In un Interview recently, when the
visitors were called to his attention,
La Favo said: "Why not? Hccnuso
a man has a million dollnrs doson't
make his stomach any better. On the
contrary, sitting at a desk all day,
riding hack and forth In an nutoino
bile and slurring hlniBolf full or rich
food will put his entire system out
of order as Biiro ns fate. Most of
thu men and women or tills class
whom I meet tell mo that they havo
been seeing nerv specialists. Tho
well-to-do seen to attrlbuto all their
troubles to nerics. Il's modern con
ditions that have produced thousands
of half sick people among the rich and
poor alike In this city nud ovory
other city In America. It's broken
down, uu-r-worked. HtulTed-iip dlges
tlwi organs that'H wheio the trouble
"I am making a lot of people rcn
Ui these facts In your city. Many
who mo calling now havo been sent
hero by friends. Today a prominent
woman said sho had come because
her servant told her that my medicine
wna doing wonders for her nerves.
- The icniedy was sold to her, and If
It innkt'H her a well woman shu will
D ,i, poHtlio It relieved her ot nervous
I rouble. As a matter or fact, there
isn't a single Ingretlent In my for
mula Intended to act on the uorvoiiH I
ostein. (let tho dlgnstlvn orgaim
working pioperly and tho nerves will
Among several of the callers who
have become convinced his treatment
Is all that ho claims was Mrs. Mary
Uodimiii or San Mateo, Cal., who snld:
"A few weeks ago I began to henr
of La Fave and his Ideas about stom
ach trouble Next, ono or two frlonds
of mine told mo HiIh medicine linil
done a great deal for them. Twelve
ilajs ago I called to bco tho doctor
who accompanied La Fave, who was
at that tlmo Introducing his remedies
for iheumatlsm and stomach trouble.
Today I am perfectly well at lonsl
I feel so. I sleep like a girl, can eat
anything, and I have no mon iheu
uiiitlHiu oi any gas on my si i inch,
and I feel as I did many yeaid ego.
No one could be morn astonished by
these facts than myself. They nie re
markable, but true. This mnn un
doubtedly has a wonderful medicine.
The doctor who accompanies La
Favo In kepi busy from 10 until 12
mornings, and from 2 until 1 nftor
noous; 10 to 12 Sundnys over Pulley
gg itcBtuuraiit where ho hao his qfflco,
Mo treats diseases ot a chronic nature, 3'y (, II
but sayn ho will accept no Incurable tv. a
cases. Ho chnrgcB nothing for exam- " A, ll
Inatlons. l &VK) J
IjAHOK AUIUKNCK AT TUK 8H0W8 i,J j
Largo crowds aro greeting tho La hiw '
Favo Man nud. Fun Makers nt the I'llll ' 1
Opera House. Tlicy presonl u splcn- 4M )
did entertainment. Ono lady was f liJli I
hoard to remark: "Why, this is a IiMs 1
bottor show than wo havo boon pay- ijW '
lng fifty cents to boo." IwkIk '.
Admission 10 cents (Adv.) !m ''
Tho La Favo man and his company ff'wjpl! ''
lenvo for Leht Monday for a week's ifjlXf i
engagement In tho pOera House. lij 'il
Good News WmA
Many Cllltcu Itcudcrs Hate llcard It nflffirt
and Profited Thereby. ffiffiS'
"Good novv'B travels fast," nud tho vRhSSpIi
bad back suffcrors In Utah county aro P,-SBb'1'
glad to lenrn whoro relict may bo 'iWn
found. Many a lamo, weak and ach- ''MS' '
lug bnck is bad no more, thanks to 'Anffil'
Doau's Kidney 1'IUs. Thousands up- infrrat
on thousands ot pcoplo aro tolling tho ffJfflB if
good news ot their expertonco with w
this tested remedy. Horo Is an ex- MHk;ji
laniplo worth reading: IfflK II
I N. IS. Darling, Prop. Darling Hotel, Prffiw '
Main Bt., Lohl, Utah, Bays: 'IFor iill l
years whouovor I caught cold It set- ItlMlt'
tied In my kidneys. A Bovcro back- iiaHi
ache followed besides Irregularity In jpMpK
tho action ot my kldnoys. I was ad- iflil:
vlaod to try Doan'a Kidney Pills and jilfr
I. did. They havo always given mo- , t mMbI
prompt rollof, Bomthlng ovory othTr ' " l ', I
kldnoy remedy has failed to do. My ' jS"W"v'
(opinion of Doan'a"' Kidnoy PlUfl Js ''.ftpl I
Just tho anmo today ns It was several , t JK
years ago when I publicly endorsed mBk'
them," nit SBk'
Prlco CO cents at, all dealers. Don't tf fcffirj
simply ask for a kidney remedy get tfifin r
Doau's Kidney PHb tho snmo that InBr
Mr. During had. Foster-MIburn Co , Mi B W
Props., Ilurfnlo, N. Y. fflPUti!
m ami '
Tr) Iho Alpine Pub. Co. for Job Um ?"'
For Fair - . H
Jas. ,R. Dolmer '
A GUAKANTBB GIVEN JB
WITH '70 VERY SUIT ! B
Tho Old Roliablc Store of IB
W. GRANT M
Wholesale & Retail Dealer in IB
Pianos, Organs and Musical mm
Goods of All Kinds Wmm1
Wall Fapor, Wm
Ohinawaro, Glassware, 7K
AMEKIOAN FORK, UTAH IB
Phono r:.I) Orders Solicited Hj
TUB IIK8T IS ALWAYS TUK . lip
For llouso, nutomobll and Carriage l,i
Painting, Paper Hanging, Docorktlng, Iffii
Ornlnlng nnd.SIgn Writing CaU on KB
AXEL BLOOMQUIST W
, TUB WINTER Kmi
.Shop on Main Street ttW
I'lritt-Class Work Guaranteed. JIB
AMBIUCAN FOKK UTA1 B