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I ' AMERICAN inlMJJI! m'nAV- A,Tl "' 1014 ""' ' --j A J
I . ! Umerican Fork Locals and Personals
HI Hvrryhody KO to church tomorrow.
Btf Uoni to Mr, mid Mrs. tiro IMitlf)
H k l-'rltlny. n halo hoy .Mother mid baby
Hfl (IoIiik nlcoly
Ht Miss Itosa Durrani spent tho foro-
Hu' jmrt or tho week t I'rovo vlsltliiK
jl lelallien mid friends.
H Principal and Mrs. C. W. Whltnkcr
B wero guests of frli-ndn mid relatives
M nt I'rovo Saturday mid Sunday.
' Tills week Joseph Uunkloy hud
Bk some very nent signs painted on
H- ills front show windows
H'- Tomorrow Is go-to-church-Huiulsy
H' Of courso everybody will gothe
B movement Is niitlon wide Just for thin
H, , Sunday, April 2Gth.
H Mr. Stephen Woods, Miss Verlmid
H WoodB mid Miss Helm Loo motored to
Hj Suit Lake In Mr Wood's enr Monday
"j mid spent the dny
Hl For pnlntliiK mid pnporhuiiKlnR call
H ' on F. S. HiiniphrieH & Son. I'lionc
Hi Nos. 54-W, I'lensnnt I'rove, or 101-J,
K Amcrlcmi Fork. 28-tl
H Win, l.oiolcss or I'ayson Is In Am-
B crkmi Fork visiting nt the homo or
his sou, W. I). loveless.
W Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Hucklns who
H luivo been residing nt I'rovo for some
Hf" tlmo, woro gucstH of Mrs Ilucklns'
Hk mother, Mrs. Alice Dunkley, Sunday
H Mrs. I.co T. Shelly mid Mrs. Uleh-
Hl nrd Mitchell, who recently underwent
Hj operations at tho I.. I). S. Hospital,
H nrc homo mid lmproWug nicely,
H Mr. John Cleghoru of Salt Lake
H City, a former resident or this city,
H wan In Amorlcnn Fork this week. He
H 'spent BcvcriU days In tho canyon
H where he Is heavily Interested In the
Hj Havou't you a rclntlvu or friend In
, somo dlatunt town who would enjoy
B rending this paper weekly? It beats
B lottor writing mid only costs $1.60 a
H - Tho merchant who will spend nion-
B ey to help boost his town Is deserving
H of holng himself boosted by every
B friend of Hint town. If you also think
H so, thou rend tho ads in thin Issuo nnd
H T, nolo 'Who the friends urn In this see
H Hon nnd "boost for
H ' A largo number of people from Ain-
H orlcnu Fork nnd vicinity took nil-
H t ' vnntngo of tho bcnutlful auushlno nnd
H splendid weather Suudny, by enjoy-
W 4 lug r trip to our lake rosort. Somo
' spent tho dny In fishing nnd plc-nlck-
l ' IngJ iWhllo other enjoyed a drive either
H in nutos or bugKles.
H Mr. and Mrs. Jns. D Taylor, Mrs.
H .'aIIco T. Stcolo and Mrs. Jns. T. Gard-
Hi ""nor.wero I'rovo lsltora Mondny, They
H Visited tho general hospttnl, also tho
H Inflrmnry. Drother Jnmes West
H from thin city, who tins been nt tho
H Iriurmary for some weeks, Is reported
H" Mr. Andrew Flrmnge, who tins been
H ' attending n medical collego at Oiniihn,
S N'cbrnskn. for several months, return-
H ' qd , homo Monday nfter successrully
1 passing tho oxnmluntlons required for
llrst year work. Ho left Tucsdny for
H f Salt Lnko where ho will bo employed
H at ono of tho leading drug stores,
H until school begins again.
H Tho Citizen force this week wns
H - treated to u case of that good, pure,
H sparkling, soda water, manufactured
by II. S. Rasmusseu of American Fork
H and they certainly enjoyed tho trent.
H When calling for soda water Insist
H upon having homc-inndo goodsthat's
H ono way of boosting for your com-
Joy photos !i'c per dozen.
City Council meets lii regulnr ses
Jos, S Wild mndo n trip to Snlt
Lake City Sunday nnd spent tho dny.
.Miss Hvndcno 1-ee wns tho guciit
of Hoy Thompson of Murray, Sun
day and Monday.
Mr. Win P. Kovcrago and family
of l.chl, spent Sunday visiting hlB
parents at Hlghlntid.
Mis Until Lindsay, a l.lndon school
tniclirr,, wns tho guest of Mr. nnd
.Mrs Clifton Pierce Snturdny nnd Sun
day. Joy photos DDc per dozen.
Follow the crowd Monday and you
will lnnd nt Joy's Studio 09c per
dozen Is the attraction.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dorg were
guests of Mrs, IJorg's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Joshua Dunn or Provo, the
roro part or tho week.
Mrs. J. I). Harris and Mrs. Albert
Hell or Hebcr City, woro guests or
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clirton Pierce, Frldnjfc
Miss Agnes Urown, who Is taking
it nursing courso at the I. D. S. hos
pltnl nt Snlt I.nko City, wns homo
Snturdny visiting with her parents
Miss Magglo King, after spending
two weeks with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wnshhuru Chlpman nnd
other relatives, returned to her homo
In Salt l.nke City Wcdnesdny.
The big crowd thnt arrived on tho
Intel urban Monday wns mndo up
largely or l.chl people, who enmo over
to tnko advantngo or tho !)9c per doz
en rate at Joy's Studio.
Mr. J. A. Grant or I.avnn, was In
American Fork Sunday, Mondny and
Tuesday visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Win. Grnnt.
Joy photos 99c per dozen.
Mr. James Pulley, who fell and
broko ono of tils ribs last week, has
been very 111, but Is Improving nlcoly
KoportB says weather conditions
linvo materially prevented shearing
activities In tho southwestern part of
tho state, and until tho first of tho
week tho work did not get a fair be
ginning, Tho work Is now going on
In earnest, however, nnd within 30
days tho sheep In Utnh will linve been
Joy photon 09c per dozen,
A bnby boy nrrlvcd at tho homo
or Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Smith Wednes
day. All concerned doing nicely.
Mrs. W. D. Stownrt gnvo a very
enjoyablo children's pnrty on Friday
afternoon In honor or the soventh
blrthdny'ot her llttlo daughter, Kdna.
VarlouB gamos wore enjoyed by tho
young guests and a lovely luncheon
was soned to the little guests, num
Tho mombors or tho Monnlo Drier
club were entertained on Thursday
afternoon by Mrs. Ernest Chadwlck.
A pleiiBant tlmo whb hnd with sowing
nnd fancy work, during the courso n
choice luncheon was served to Mrs.
Perry Hush, Mrs. Wm. ElBmore, Mrs.
Win. Hanson, Mrs. Uryon Crookston,
Mrs. Hoy Greonwood, Mrs. Morley
Steole, Mrs. Hon Moffctt, Mrs. Dell
3tngleton, Mrs. Elmer Hates, Mrs, A.
C. Adamson, Mrs. Thos. ilnrrntt, Mrs.
(5. W. Vurney, Mrs. Frank Hush nnd
Mrs. Hon Hnlllday.
Not only awnt, but starve the fly.
Try tlin AljilnV" Piib."l'o. tor Jab
.Mr. ICuill Uuriliig of Highland, wns
n Murray visitor Sunday.
W. S. Chlpman v.ns nt Salt Lake
City Tuesday on business
Miss Myrtle Fullinei has accepted
n position iir clerk In Southworth's
Cnsh Storo on Main street
Joy photOB 90c per dozen
Mrs. Robert Thornton of Idaho ar
rived In American Fork Tuesday on
account of the severe Illness of her
mothor, Mrs, ChrlBtlnna Kclley
Mr. and Mrs. Doll Chlpman and Mr.
Corey of I'rovo nutocd to American
Fork Sunday and spent tho day with
Mr. Angus Cunningham and Mr. Mil
ton Pulley, who nro employed at Bing
ham, wore homo nfow dnys this week
visiting their families.
Mr. N. C. Hanks, who has been
traveling In dlfTcront states Tor some
years lecturing, wns hero lulling rel
atives this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. nollo and son
Heed, or Salt Lake City, and Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Joiicb and family or Provo,
wore gucstB or Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Mrs. It. J. Murdock nnd Mrs. Har
vey Fletcher of Provo, spent pnrt of
tho week hero visiting their parents,
Prcs. nnd Mrs. S. L. Chlpman.
G, W. Vnrnoy, who has been at
Rlchflold for somo time, where he has
been employed, 1b hero visiting with
Echo, tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Doan, who rcc.ntly underwent
an operation nt a Salt Lake hospltnl,
returned homo Suudny and although
very weak, Is Improving.
Miss I.oulo AmbroBO was down from
tho St. Marks hospltnl at Salt I.ako
City, Tuesday, visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Ambrose.
Mrs. J. II. Singleton went4 to N'cphl
Friday to attend the funeral of her
nephew, Norton Admns, wjiojwns kil
led by tho accidental dlschargo or n
gun at Hiawatha. Ho was, the son
of W. O. Adams, formorly of Eureka.
Mr. and Mrs. A. I Stalllugs of
Sprlngvllle, motored to American Fork
In their nuto Thursday and spent the
day, guests or Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifton
William Thornton, Orvnl Morcer,
Pert Adnmson, Port Miller, Enrl Var
ney and Arthur Adamson nutocd to
Snlt I.tlko City Tuesday evening to
witness tho wrestling mnteh, return
ing tho sanio evonlng.
Tho series of tho "Adventures of
Kuthlyn," being shown at tho Opera
House, uro going to bo tho best'sor
leu evor given In tho west. Tonight
Kuthlyn Is given her choice or two
ordeals that or marrying tho llllan
Umballah or being put In tho ainpl
thcatro with a horde or hungry lions.
Don't fnll to sco this thrilling picture
nt tho Opera Houso tonight.
Surprise wns tho nature or n buc
ceBsful party carried out on Mr. und
Mrs. G. W. Varney on Saturday even
ing ut their home by about twenty
flvo friends. A pleasant evening wns
enjoyed with games nnd music fol
lowed by n dainty luncheon.
Monday night a fire alarm was Bent
In from tho homo of RobU Wngstnff,
which wna tho cause of tho lire boll
ringing. Tho firemen mado u quick
run nnd upon their arrival found their
services woro unnecessary, a It was
only n brooder which had burnt, In
cluding 45 llttlo chicks ,
FINAL CLEAN UP
H ON LADIES' SUITS
H A f0W beautiful new sl)rin suits left tho timo has come when
H ' Vi f they must Ko no matter how much we lose on each ffarment-they
H J-i! fc"!Ko ii $13i50
H Am. Fork Co-op, Inst,
3W "THE pOPLG'S STORE"
Mr. S. I Chlpman wns nt the Coun
ty seat Tuesday on business.
Mr. Delbert Chlpmon returned home
Saturday after spending n few days
at his father's sheep herd.
Miss Pearl . , r ' of Solt Lake
City was the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. D. EdmondB Sundny nnd Mondny.
Miss Sadlo Chlpman was the guest
of Mrs. Lenoro Elliott of Snlt Lnko
City, n few days this week.
Mr. Arza Rhodes wns home from
tho Bheep herd visiting friends nnd
relntlves at Amorlcnn Fork and Provo
Tho largo glass front Just put In
tho Thornton's drug storo building
gives that popular drug ntoro a me
Mrs. J. A. AdnniR nnd children of
Dliighnm formerly of this city, re
turned to their homo Thursdny, nfter
spending a week hero visiting reln
tlves. Mr. C. G. Purrlngton, now manager
of tho Orient theatre and fnmlly, ar
rived In Amorlcnn Fork Wednesday
and arc residing In the J. E. Jensen
residence, lBt. South between 1st. and
Two Pleasant Grove men, ono about
21 and tho other 28 years or ago, wcro
orrcBtcd hero Wednesday aftornoon
Tor being "soused," nnd Tucsdny morn.
Ing woro up bcroro Judgo Nielsen
who fined ench $8.00.
Miss Nolllo Paxmau is homo from
Snlt I.nko for a fow day's visit with
her mother, Mrs. Emily Paxmnn.
Mr. II. D. Rhodes nrrlved homo
from tho sheep herd Monday, for a
brief visit with Ills fnmlly.
John T. McDnnlel wns down from
Salt I.ako City Sunday nnd Monday
vlBlting with Alplno nnd American
Fork friends. Ho left Wednesday for
Idaho on account of tho Illness of his
fnther, Mr. David McDnnlol.
Mrs. J. R. Noyes wns nt Snlt l.nke
City Tuesday visiting with relatives
A dancing party will bo given In
tho Apollo Hall Wednesdny nvenlng
by the married people. No doubt this
will be ns Biicressful ns tho ono given
by them somo tlmo ngo.
Mrs. Emmn Klrkhnm of Lehl, spent
Tucsdny with relatives In American
Would It not bo a good Idea for tho
Improvement League, In connection
with tho Hoard or Health, to arrange
for tho offering or prizes to person or
porsons or thin city swatting or trap
ping the most flics during the summer
Miss Harbara Holey,, tho charming
daughter or Mrs. E. II. noley or
this city, and Mr. John Rosell or
Snlt Lnko City, were married nt Snlt
lnko City Snturdny. Tho bride Is
one or tho most popular young girls
in American Fork, and tho -groom
comes rrom ono or Solt Lnko's most
prominent families nnd Ib among tho
UNDKit HEW AXAEMKNT WST 0
I NOTICE ' u
i " M rhrlstlna '
T Heglnnlng Monday, April 27th, the Ml11 cltUcn. d''
Hil . i last
T Orient Theatre will bo. under new iW''r,t ng f
A mnnngement. The bhiuc high clnss 'i, tho P81 t,,r
X 4 . J to her bci
X pictures will be used together with B(lltl' . M. was
, tho fnmous "Dawson Slaters," who 'fciti. y
J will furnish the music. CkJaru, A
C. O. PURRINGTON ai b?rt Jesus
X L -I i ?.hu was h.
T W; bU a broth-
I !ffrf IB yerB l
X &? nu'
" T- "'
loading musicians or his homo town
and Is leader of the rnmous ItoaclPs
orchestra. The young couplo have n
host of rrlcnds who wish them a long
happy married life.
Miss Luln Snider and Mr. Will
Lnursen surprised tholr many friends
by quietly slipping away to Salt Lake
City, Saturday, nnd getting -married.
Tho bride Is tho youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Snldor oV the
groom Ib tho son of Mr. and Mrs. H
A. Lnursen nnd arc very well known
in Amorlcnn Fork, hnvlng lived here
all their lives. Tho happy young peo
ple will "contlnuo to make this city
their homo, Mr. Laursen being em
ployed at the City Dnkory.
The marrlngo of Ml s Dyrlo Feather
stone of this city and Mr. J. E. John
son of Logan, wna solemnized. on Wed- j
nosdny at the Salt Lake Temple. Miss'
Feathoratono, daughter ot Mrs. Char-'
lotto Foathor&tono, has always hold
prominent positions in social and roll
lous circles, being one of the most'
active members of the -First Ward.
Tho groom mado this city his hornej
for several months, making a host of
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will
reside In Salt Lake City, where ho
Is employed for Ryborg Uros. and Co.,
and will be at home 4o tholr many
friends May 1st.
Miss Elizabeth Oubner of Garfield
nnd Mr. Fredrick E. Cheevcr of Am
erican Fork wero married at Salt
Lnko City Monday, April 20. A rccop
tlon nnd miscellaneous shower was
given tho anmo evonlng at tho home
of the groom'R parents, Mr. and Mrs.
II. A. Choover. A delicious and ap
propriate luncheon was served and
an evening or games, and music, furn
ished by Milton Drown was enjoyed
by Mossors nnd Mesdames H. A.
Choovor, David Conder, Alma Earl,
F. W. Wright A. K Thornton, Mrs.
Frank DubIi, Mrs. Len Jackson and
daughter Haydeo, Mrs. Timothy Mc
Cnrty, Mm. John Taylor, Misses Ro
becca Paxmau, Bertha Oakoy, Sadlo
Nelson, Myrl Choovor, Messors Jas.
Martin, Milton Drown, Clyde Okey,
Unrry Drown, Marlon Robinson and
Albert Cheover. Tho groom Ib an
American Fork boy, having been rals-
S5r tui v"j arrive
od here, mid tho bride co A. 'ibe
one of tho prominent Qarfidil wArolca" .
lllcs. Thoy will moko their iM iU.
Garfield, where Mr ChceYer IB Ap, US'; e
Ployed. .,? through t
HOT SCOUTS MAKE CAXIQS M nnlo her, tj;
, ' V jfe girls.
Tho Boy ScoutB of the Second I'SfX
will mnko n trip to AmcrlcmH jetbcUever
canyon today under the directlS M twsh1 ,l.c.I
their lender, Clifford Younn S Joseph. S.m ...
H. Paul, tho noted teacher ot S mt the
otudlos In tho Stoto UnUcn,lty. iH, , Option ot
Paul Is making the trip ineculiB Funeral '
tho boyB' interests and will glrS First Word
Instructions in noturo studies. V "idco" '
Choice Cut Flowers mbUop
- Ferns hbiI Floral DmIhS nt 8' '''
Mend to tho Lchl Floral Co,uB AU
Telephone 2H-J. Ve MiM !LU Art
PROMPTLY tI9 v0 Frou
I o . ! Mrs F; L
I ' NOTICE. -.1 2tZT
1 A meeting of .the qualified taiB BeI?e ,
of. American Fork School District ,fci iinrnl
14. of Amorlcan Fork, Utah coisB ?..S
I Utah, Is hereby called to comwH heauuiui
I tho Forbes School Building, AmofcH
I Fork, Utah, at 8 o'clock p. bliH a'.I
Thursday, April 30, 1914, for lUfSM 1,1'
'poso of voting upon the rate ot bH
to bo lovled for the payment of UH
, est on bonds and the malntcniMiH ,
tho schools in tho Amorlcan hsH A Lot o
8chool ' District for tho school itS Iu(
(Signed) P. M. KELLY. B
JOSEPH B. KORBH.H
ELI J. CLAYSON, -H At t
School TrustwuM counC
Dated at Amorlcnn Fork, Utab.ApsH ,,
9, 1914. llS nm1b'
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LOOK HERE I '
Don't ptiy $20 or $22 IB aJ
for ti 15-jowcl watch in a II s
20-yenr case wlien you Aanj
enn gct.it for less. ' fro
Soven-jowel Walthams M'
in nicklc enso for $5.00. th
Martin's I 5
Old gold bought. I t
How Much Can I Save? I
This big question easily answered by trading at the I
Golden Rule I
We have no Favorites-One price to all I
NEW CLOTHING " "" I
on your Huit to bnyii lint. You can buy just as cheap WHITE DRESSES
$10.00 Men's blue seiw.. as vour neichhor nt Ti,n rr i .. , .
suits $7.00 neiffnoor at The ',0c white dresses .... 49c -
$15.00 Men's blue bwku.. GOLDEN RULE $l..r)0 white drosses ... 08o
. - nn lVrts ; V ,, d')0 --25 whit dresses . $1.49
BidtB 3iVMJ mi , 5W.00 Kruduatinj?. . . .
$18.0(1 ? Men's Noveii.. That 3 moro th most (U-esses $5.90
suits $12.50 stores can say $1.00 emb. crepo 98 o yd JH
$22.50 Men's Novelty.. i?)a omi ,. 4q., V(i
Suits $14.75 m"' 01CP"'-4J0 J(l
S:8 KinKHlmryliatHll'oS Call and S US PULL PRI0ES DWN. !
$5.00 J. its tetKon .? , S , , , T 'T' WVf. Jveltie liiffh crown hats. 'rl
j M H"i:ia;a::$3,5 fjks0 hulh yo- I
Every knock from our competitors is a bo out to us. ' I
GOLDEN tSl&Qtdx 4 th0 J
RULE am.rm'ur"avt'Co'Ine' LQ GOLDEN I JI
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