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I - ' AMfflllCAH FORK CITIZEN aATgggtJLY 4, lM4. ,,, , , , nrr-r,r-n - J
m AMERICAN" VOttK CiTIZKX
ft A PROQRHSS1VK INDEPENDENT
MM One Year $1,60
K Ulx Months ..t 90c
HwH ' x Kntorcd. an Sccond-Clasa Matter at
Bjy, l'ostofflce at American Fork, Utah.
, OMei Oppilte Tabernacle. Phone 85
MM L. W. OA1SFOHU Mancr
Jki S. W. ROSS Editor
m Saratoga Springs;
II tho Coming Resort
R Yesterday tho management of the
91$ Saratoga Springs) telephoned tho Joy-
ttf mi news LlniL today an electric bund
Mri would arrive In Lehl and bu taken to
B(M ' tho Buratoga Springs) Resort. It M
Bpfc composed of eighteen pieces and Is
Kjf similar to those that may bu found at
Hf$sf , Coney Island and other summer wat-
Kkk - erlng places. It will not only supply
Bw. music for thu groundH but peoplo who
BurL uuslro to practice tho lato new dances
EjEs I11U' do so In tlio pavilion where tho
JftfV now Instrument will supply music for
Bf,i' this purpose day and evening.
jffiw Tho rosort this week, under thu
Bfc same mnnngement that supplies tho
(. high clana scrvlco for tho lleltuu Inn,
mli has also opened n high claBs cafu
K' und will mako a specialty of black
Wjm UIlB8 nnd spring chicken dinners, as
22i wo" nB taking C"ro of tho ordinary
WOT short ordor3.
Bfifc ' Tho bungalow tents aro now open
jME for lilro to people who enro to upend
ill' a wcok there. Tho bathing pool Is
H being supplied with a larger quantity
SH " of sulphur water than formerly,
IjIS A number of now rowbonts were
HI , taken over this woolc and Hilly WIN
HI son's gnsollno boat from Gonova will
Mb bo nt Saratoga ovcry day from now
flw on. In fact Saratoga, undor Its now
Qfl management, hns taken on a new Im-
H petus that will mako It one of the
MB most popular resorts in tho state.
MB Spend your Fourth thorc.
H A NEW LOOAL SONG.
Vg American Fork, beloved city
aS Thy charms seem doubly dear to me.
And from my heart bursts forth the
IB "My homo, why did I over leave
9 B This will bo thu song sung by ninny
of tho "home-comers" while eontem
1 M ' platlng'tho advantages of and vlowlug
H tho many attractions in and around
ff tholr natlvo city, and slnco a ropy of
m&B ' tho nuovo song cannot bo procured,
BT? Bay, friends, why not scctiro a copy
wjSj of tho little Bong: "In Roso Leaf
WRJ Time," to tako homo as a romlndor of
Kjtjtf tho dollghtful visit mado to your home
WSft town during tho time of rosea? The
flg song Is tho composition of Mrs. R. C,
fUI Nnsh-Rowlnnds of Alpine, who hau
1Enb spont most of her tlmo under tho in'
mBrR fluonco of progressive, metropolitan
SEjro Amorlcan Fork, and tho rural, soul
wag Inspiring beauties of tho suburban
J9H town Alpino.
Bjffm Show your appreciation of "homo
wjjiB talent" by purchasing a copy of "In
ffgfj Uoso Loaf Time." Sold at lirown's
Ufi Drug Store.
jl PLEASANT GROVE LOOALH
Ml Thoro aro sovoral cases of chicken-
BH pox in town, though all nro very mild
Mm Mrs. Ouy Hobiuson returned home
SH , .Sunday from Mouroo, after being ab-
BBj ' Bent for two weeks.
Wjl M'88 Cleono Hullock spent Saturdav
BB and Sunday In Tooele, visiting wltl'
MB her sister, Mrs. Sam Jorgenson, -
nl Mr, Alo, Thornton was a Spanish
Wm Fork vUltor Tuesday, attending a
KB lumbermen's meeting.
HB Misses Vera Uatomnu and Millie
flBj Mills of Midvalo are viBltlng with Mrs,
flj Annln Mills for n few weeks.
BJ Mrs. W. A. Dullock is spending n
BJ few weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
Bi Sam .Torgouson nt Tooele,
BJ A baby was born this week to Mrs.
BJ Pearl Rills Dovornux. Mamma in J
BJ bnby doing flue.
flJB Mrs, Delilah Strang came home from
HE Salt Lako City Wednesday Buffering
BIB from a had scalding of her foot, cmced
BiQ by tho overturning of hot water.
" BB Mrs, A. 10. Ilobblns was In Salt Lake
IjM tlio latter part of tho week, at the hed
fluf sldo of a very dear friend from Kng
ufBl M)bb Laura Shurtllff ontortnlned ai
fljlj a card party in honor of Miss Leah
BJjj Thornton while sho was visiting lu
H ' L, W. Greenlg of Snlt Lako City lint
. BH been visiting with hor parents, Mr.
BJH, and Mrs. Holiert Cobley, this week
BJI' Mr. Greenlg will spend tho Fourth
' Bjv, hero.
BBJ Mrs. Howard West left Sunday for
.flfl" IClsInoro, where sho will Join hor hiis-
BR baud, who will accompany lior to Mil-
M Inrd county. They will visit there
'BU with Mrs, West's brother, William 13
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;M NOTES FROM MOSIDA. 0
"i Bi Moslda-Across-the-Lako will cele-
BJI brato July 4 lu rather an unusual way
1 Mf Tho chief ovont will bo the wedding
; IT' of Miss Mary Corbett nnd Ilenjnml
Chaso, which will ho the closing part
j A,j of tho day's festivities. All the town
tT. .. ... .
1 ,i 1 muii 11 mmmmmmmmmmmmm
I People's State Bank of Am. Fork
You may have it eon on a.iiiission or it rolutivo in a
ij iorc-igii country to whom you desire to send money. A
lunik draft is the best met hod. It is safe, convenient, nnd
Wo issue drafts and letters of credit to all parts of
Your account cordially invited.
"THE PEOPLE'S BANK."
mil Burroundlng fnnners will bo
hero. About 5 o'clock they will
gather In tho nature of n picnic, lmvo
a brief patriotic program, partnko of
their banuuet nnd then Join thr young
people In marriage.
This week, whllo some men were
burning weeds, tho wind took tho flro
to a mammoth haystack and before
the lire was extinguished $1,500 worth
of hay went up in smoke. Tho whole
country turned out to help, but with
tho wind blowing all efforts to snvo
tlio hay woro futile.
Thcc rops at Moslda aro tho bcBt
In tho history of tho plncc. It would
bo 11 great rovolatlon to thoso who
romombor tho plnco as a vast area of
greasewood nnd Bhadscnlc to go there
now and sco 0110 solid field from two
to four miles" wldo and about eight
miles long, growing tho best crops of
grain, alfalfa and vegetables that can
ho seen- In tho ctate.
wm:x a .max is a paimum:
When ho has no confidence lu htm
nelf or his fellow men.
When he values success inoro than
character and self respect, V
When ho does not try to mako his
vork n little bettor each day.
When ho becomes so obsorbed In
his work thnt ho cannot say that his
llfo Is greater than work.
When ho lots n day go by without
making someouo happier and moro
When ho values wealth above
health, self respect and tho good opin
ion of othorB.
When ho Is so burdcneM by his
business thnt ho finds no time for
rest or recrcntlon.
When ho loves his own plans and
Interests moro than humanity.
When his friends llko him for what
ho has moro than for whnt ho Ib.
When ho knows that ho Is In tho
wrong, but is nfrniil to admit It.
When ho onvlos others bocnusc they
havo moro ability, talent or wealth
than ho has.
When ho does not euro what hap
pens to his neighbor or to his friend
no long as he prospers.
When he Is so busy doing thnt he
has no tlmo for smile and cheering
0 NEWSY NOTES PROM 0
Mrs. Vllate Vincent nnd children of
Kurckn aro visiting at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moylc.
Don 0, Strong, Jr., and family ot
Salt Lako City arc nmong tho presold
out-of-town visitors to Alpine.
Mrs. Jounotto Y. Drown entertained
nt a shower last Tuesday nt hor home
lu honor of hor daughter Forn, who
was married tho following day to
Ross Husson of l.elil. Mr. S. It
Drown, Mrs. Clevo Drown, Mr. and
Mrs. Will Itcnson woro among the
guests from Provo.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Galsford and
little daughter Dculah of Stockton aro
at tho homo of hor parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Hcoley, for n few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Powell of Car
Mold aro among tho recent visitors !to
Mrs. Kdlth Nlelson Isvlsltliig nt the
home of her father, Mr. K. Hcaley,
Stings or bites of InsectB thnt re
followed by swellings, pain or Itching
should bo treated promptly as they
aro poisonous. DALLAUD'S SNOW
LINIMKNT counteracts tho poison It
Is both antiseptic and healing. Prlco
iGc, COc und $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Let tho REVIEW
Do Your Printing.
Great Innovation I
at ' I
IN KEEPING WITH THE
OTHER RECENT IMPROVE
MENTS AT THIS BEAUTI
FUL RESORT ON UTAH
LAKE, THE MANAGEMENT
HAS INSTALLED AN
WHICH WILL PLAY FOR
DANCING, DAY AND EVEN
ING. PREPARATIONS ARE
I BEING MADE FOR A BIG
July 3rd andjth
ROW BOATS AND GASO
LINE LAUNCHES FOR
I THE RESTAURANT IS NOW
OPEN AND READY TO
SERVE BASS OR
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LIBERTY AND SERVICE I li
On July 4th, 1776, the ringing of the Liberty Bell announced to the world ' I J
the birth of a new nation.
In the century and a half that has passed since that day, the Spirit of
Liberty has been tho keynote of the Republic's progress.
Just as the Republic is founded on the Spirit of Liberty, the Bell System I
is fostered and guided by a Spirit of Service. I
That Spirit of Service has made the Bell System one of the largest and I
most useful corporations in the country.
The telephone, a plaything of thirty years ago, has kept pace with the I
nation's growth until today there arc 8,500,000 in daily use. I
In the seven mountain states operated by your telephone company, I
there are 222,582 telephones giving daily service. H
Private enterprise, guided by a spirit of Service with a Liberty of I
effort, has made this development possible. , :
There are more telephones giving better service in the United States I
than in any country in the world. H
The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. I
' The Corporation Different. " I
0 MANILLA NEWS.
000000000000 0 0 00000
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Youngburg
spent Sunday and Mondny at 1 iou,
visiting rolntlves and friends.
Miss Hollnda Nielsen of Salt Lnko
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
father, Mr. Magnus Nielsen,
Tuesday, Mrs. Mnmlo Whitby mid
Miss Hnnnnh Monson gave n shower
lu honor of their brother Swen and
Mias Colestlnl Malno. A dainty lunch
wna served and n good tlmo enjoyei
Mr. and Mrs. Swen Monson spent
Sunday evening lu Manila, tho guests
of Mrs. Hamuli! Monson.
Mrs. Alice llolmnn of American
Fork has been visiting with relative
Thu .Misses licsHiu and Aleda John
son and .Mr. (Jan umnru wero tin,
guesis of Mrs. Kdlth n. Moiihoii on
ihu go-to-meeting services, whlcn
woro held nt Manila Sunday, woro 11
pomct success, thero being nearly an
members ot tho ward present, as well
uj mauy visitors. Apusuo Linun nun
two of tho stake presidency Mrothor
oiiipmnii anu Linrit wero present
u an spoko encouragingly to the
people, urging that the improve i
thoir church attendnnco so that a go-to-meetlng
Sundny wouldn't bo ne
cessary. Sudlo and Ardcna Attwood spent
Sunday at Manila, tho guests of Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. George TomlliiBon of
Llndon and Mr. aim Mrs. Leonard
Frier ot Salt ,.ako and Mrs. lie b mx
Tomllnson of Llndon wero the ru "
or Mrs. A. Hoi.nan Tuesday eu-.llhg
Mn.m C(iVnu or ,,,ovo WUtt victor at
Manila Mommy and Tuesday
Miss Fern Dullock of provo Is
hjiciiUIiib u fow weeks with her incio
Mr. Frank Meredith. """"
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andersen wer..
Sunday ,l"11 Mr8, A,mn Un,1,"11'
MffuSsa:"" w,,s "", kwu f
Mr. and Mrs. Irving .IoIhimih u,...
American PorkvlHj.H Sllmi"; ftPM'
Thursday evening Swen Monson ami
wlfo and family att led w" ,
reception at Alpine In honor of I, "r
son and daughter-in-law, W," . '
S!T,!?S nt Sl,lt Li,K" " WS"wl.v.
FOIt SALK CHEAP Ono gont nnd
her kid. Hroko to drive. Martin
Nlelson, American Fork. Phono 211!-It.
OKT your lino Oxheart, Centennial
and Ulnck Cherries at Ceo. F. Shel
ley's. Phono 1C5-M. 27-2t
FOR SALE Ono good young, now
milch cow. Inquire of E. J. Clay-
aon, American Fork, Utnh. Phono C-J.
PUIS FOR SALE Threo sow pigs, a
months old; thoroughbred register
ed 0. I. c.'s; prlco $10 ench; also half
breed pigs 0. I. c.'s, ono month old.
$3 each. K. II. Davis, Lehl. 21-'Jii
FOR SERVICK-Uennlon'a $100 Duroc"
Jersey hoar, at W. H. Vaughuira
bam, Lehl, Utnh. G-t!
PONY FOR SALE-A child's pinto
pony, 3-years-old, gentle as n iamb
and about the slzo of a shotland pony.
J.liat tlio thing for children to rldo or
drive. Prlco very reasonable. Pnr
tlculnra call citizen Olllco Amorlcnn
HIGHEST CASH PRICE paid for
.'GgB, poultry, veal and hides. Call
or phono Charles Dorton, Lohl. 14-tf
CHICKENS WANTED-WIll piu7
highest cash price and cnll for them.
Ebblo ChriBtenson, Lehl, Utah. Phone
When you feol lazy, out of sorts
nnd yawn a good deal In tlio dn
time, you can charge It to a torpid
llvor which Iibb allowed tho system
to get ful of Impurities. HERI1INK
cures nil disorders produced by an
Inactive llvor. It strengthens that or
gan, cleniiBes the bowels nnd puts the
nyntuni In good healthy condition.
Prlco OOe. Sold by Win. Thornton
l'liouo 65-U Orders SolidW H
illlv HrlST IS ALMAVS lilt
For House, automubllo and Carrltt H
Painting, Paper Hanging, Decorating. H
Graining anil Sign Writing Call 00
THE PAINTER H
Shop uii Jlalu Strett '
1 Jrst.L'lHbH Work tiuurenlteJ. H
AMKUI;.V. I'Ultk l !
American Fork "Livery and '-
Transfer Stable .
FINE HOUSES C0MF0HTA1ILB '
VEHICLES A UEAUTIFUli ,H
HEARSE . '
Cuinuiudloiis llntk .Meets All TrilH H
u W. NIELSEN. Prop-
J. TRAOEY WOOTTON I
Attornc' nt 1-nw.
Assocluted with Utistln, acHctte t B
Urnyton, 1301-7 Walker Hank wt m
Salt Lako City.
Office Ohipman Bank BI.
AMERICAN FORK, - UTA"
Dr7R.K. Knighton I
Phone So. W
AMERICAN FORK, - UT
The Old Reliable Store of
W. GRANT . I
Wholoaiilo & Hotail Ueuler w
Pianos, Organs and Musical
Goods of All Kinds I
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a WARRANTY DEED I
A d..PrirS PUoa. l8 U.10. "8U"1 f(,r,n of trnnsfor between Individual".
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rle 1 n..i. 1 i.,cJI! oUlor 'twH'orlwd porson If tho grantor be a nu
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orrL'u tlo vlu,0l,L husbands idgnature. In n dozen places HtW
ex r,8C','" ZWV "' n,ul 'vHli u U.'U. You should employ only
experts to prepare your deeds. , ,
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EXAMPLE 117S, In Hook 108, page 1. '
, , ., Hated July I. 1878. . U
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