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PHfe m Refused Licenses
"" JT&I 'went t'lB'"iCS l'1-00'1' Aifiilnut ('runt-
JEjEaJ WW H'tft; Sunl on I'uWiig WnrrcntH.
9(jUJjHk J H Tbe city council mot III regular scs
, "!?4? J B,j Saturday evening, Mayor and all
Stl fltte memberH being present. Alum
ktoMilH Bcrfciiooa and CIHTonl Young of tlio
MHH iiomr ComltiR Committed naked that
l- itl tbeClty Hall lawns boused for meet-
R 13 fl r? fllt,-, t',i:" durl"B ,ho l,om" t,0ln,"S
1 week. The petition was granted. They
y.Qj3Ujl l!w asked that other asslBtanco bo
Q tt) J'r, BTcn. Tho council voted to supply
fJE&SV&J- Mm tie committee with tho Bllver baud
C&SltlC-J H for July 2, 3 and 4 without charge.
WUHmfT ". CJillmaii and UllfToril Young,
SWMflFx reprcscntliiK tho Parents' ClasscB of
SW55Jfl IH tbo four wards, asked that licenses
mMttBkfil bo withheld from tho drug stores bc-
ixW ciu6 of their porinlttlng tho sale or
525f-05 f H jjnaor behind proscription cases. Tho
1Sg5- ! Mtiemcii could not supply any dl-
.x IH rect evidence, hut wero suro that much
IH MnK 8oI(''
! TLo head watcrmastor reported tliat
fH ibo volumo of water had decreased
ll and rccotaiucndcd that hereafter only
H Prlmar' rlB'l,H ,)() K'vcn rns. The
IB council voted to penult ono moro
lB mm to holders of secondary rlchta.
. , MrB. Sophia Greenwood was voted
OrjrJ ! jj.75 as damages because or a ditch
H overflowing and drowning forty-five
IH )unR chickens.
I S. F. Grant asked that tho city pay
ir nf IH for Part of " rctnlnlng wall in front
IH ' n'8 P,nc0, 'r,1 matter was re-
ll fcrred to a committee.
H Clt' Altor,10' Whitecottou was
H P"" w,lcn ho matter of granting
teitl I H four lrUB H,orc8 Hcohscb was tak-
en up. Uccauso or tho representation
! made by tho representatives of tho
Parents' Classes tho four druggists
I H were telephoned to bo present. In turn
lid H "icy wcro cnc'1 nHK:cd the iiuestloii as
I to whether they permitted the sale of
I intoxicating liquors othor than for
for prescriptions. William Thornton,
I H lw!iico Drigga and F. M. Ilrown
fie I each emphatically denied that ho sold
I any other than under prescription.
I Kon Chlpman, when asked tho quos-
I tlon, replied that ho would not say
v I'H "int C ll,l(1 "ol lo" "" ater he
' I H expressed an opinion (hat any drug-
I gist who made statemciitH to tho con-
II trary did so without regard to facts.
I Councilman Thornton, who was an
f I applicant, did not take any part In
I the proceedings. Thornton was grant-
I Mt rd a llcenso and tho others were taken
I wider advisement. I.ator, under tho
I'H advlto of tho city attorney, Hi own was
I grunted a license because of no direct
I evldcnco against hlin. In the cases ni
I H Messrs. Hriggs and Chlpman the ell)
WMM attorney ruled that as both hnd been
I mm convicted In the justice's and district
Pn I'H J-'0"'1, w'"' "10 "I'Po'n ow pending
Jfi in the supremo court their licenses
MM could bo withheld. Tho order huh-
M pending their llceiises will be effective
'rem the 1st lust, and thdy were nott-
gJ H r fled not to open after Juno :!0. Ilow-
' "er, thoro Is n dlBpoiltlon to grant
- tbem licenses providing some satls
H factory guarantee can ho mado to tlic
n Salldlti council. Hefore the licenses can be
X Hit Krantcd there will Imvn to bo a special
.. kphrIoii of the city council.
A Curtu H i"'" Inn'r and recorder were niith
JecoMtfDt H orlzed o borrow $1,000 for city pur-
g CaJi m H ' ,,08C8,
rmm H . Vw clly ttonioy reported that he
ilai ' had accepted service in the ense
H wherein Young and Moylo nre con-
t H "iictlng a friendly suit testing the
iiMt H validity of tho city paving warrants.
i'mu H . At rt special meeting held the week
iiu H ,eforo tho council voted $50 to tho
" loio coming committee. Couuellman
-' .. . HawkliiB was appointed to collect the
y and -H PHVomoiit Installments, mid the city
'H jnnrshnl was Instructed to collect
;H hotol and rcHtaiiraut licenses fnini all
AitLB i'H w,1(l b'irdcd more than two custom-
H .Special .Seshlou.
Itilu Another special council meeting
' W"B held Tuesday evening, when an
effort was mado to Imvn the council
)fl rccoiiBldor and grant licenses to tho
two ilrugglsts. Tho druggists promise
II, t ( obey the law In the ruture, but the
HMf H "epro8ontatlvo8of the Parents' Classes
' H Jk'pro n'So Pr0H,)nt and utrenuously oh-
j- Jected to granting the licenses, stating
'Tin H "l Hl,lllllir promises hud been made
H J,Vory ,nrro months for tho past year
Tho council decided to let tho action
M taken at tho regular seuslon stand.
OH Later It was decided to let Chlpman
H and Ilrlggs run their soda foiiiiliiiiiH
' mid sell their perishable goods null
nrter tho Fourth.
Alt o half of our drug stores artcr the
.. Fourth will remain closed mil II Home
H further action Is taken.
iu I An Appreciation
H T,ln following letter from lllshop
t W. Mbley shows that the efTortF
J of the local old folkK commltlen wen
H duly appreciated by our Sail lakr
j "lllshop John Hunter, Chairman Oln
B Folks' Committee, American Fork
H "Dear llrotlier:--Iii hohair or lh
old folks or Ball Lake City and tin
; cnntrnl rommlttee, woMako this occa
m hIoii to express our appreciation
fl tho entertainment that wuh given It
iC tliu aged people at American Fork oi
IV .Tune 24. Wo congratulate tho mem
hers of your eommlttee, together with
nil the aids and those associated wltl
! them, In providing such a spleudld
H lunch and for the delightful and eu
H tertalnlng musical program. II waf
H a glorious occasion mid many ex-
H proHHlonti were henrd on the return
1 trip by the aged veteraim of grail-
M tttdu for the way and iiianuer In which
M 'ii'iv were euterlaliied mid taken enrr
H of by your people.
H "Wo particularly wish to comnieni
M the uiHiiaifement or this occasion and
B the. presidency of your stake for thelt
H pnrtlculnr notice, ami say to them that
H It wns one of tho most successful and
m onjoyablo occasions that wo have ever
m bad for our old people.
1 "YourH very respectfully.
"Old Folks' Central Cqinmlttce.
H "l' w NIHM3Y, Chalrinnn,
Try Ihe Alpine Tub. Co. fur -lob
AMERICAN PORK LOCALS
Everybody celebrate 1
Show everybody n good time
Sparks are qltr"coninum on the
Iourth of duly. unMm. ,, nibll,8lte
Tho Misses Ida and Matida Chlptaan
have purchased a Slndcbnker car.
Ham H.-des, mlu H orklllK , S(,,t
I-ake, is honm ror lloiue-Conilng.
Mr. HenJ Fulmor spent Thursday
In Halt Lake on business.
Miss Ilouollu Hlorrs has accepted a
position as clerk in (he Co-op until
nfler the holidays.
Mr and Mr8. George Harrison ot
Sprlngvlllo are here visiting their
daiiGhter, Mrs. .1. II, storm.
hen Duncan and wire and Miss Vel
um Duncan 0r Salt hake are hero vis
iting their rolks ror Home-Coining.
Mr and Mrs. Will llodell and Mr.
and Mrs. Vent llodell or llairlmau are
here visiting with frl Is.
Miss Mlnnio Oaltcy or Kureka Is here
visiting Mrs. Steve Woods.
Miss Arsena Hansen Is working In
the Dunkley confectionery until after
the bus) week Is over.
Joseph T. Farrier and family or
I'rovo spent Wednesday here visiting
rrleuds and relatives.
iMIsh Ora llaekett or Alpine is the
guest 'of Miss Myrtle Fulincr tills
Mr. Krnesl Paxnmn has taken a po
sition In the Co-op until after the holi
days, Mr T. F. forbett recefved ihe prize
poekelknlfe Tor the largest trout
caught and reported, with tackle ptir
elnsed at ( hlpniiiu's lllg lied Store.
Miss Luun Chipmnu has as her
guest this -week Miss l.lta Spry or
Mr ami Mrs. X. C. Murdock or Ho
lier are hero visiting relatives and
rrlenils until artor the Fourth.
Mlflh Iteva Slivers and Miss Jean
Murphy or Salt Lake mo here visiting
with Miss Florence Chadwlck this
The crowd In the parlor consisted
or a man, a girl and a lamp. "Two is
company." piotoslcd the man; where
upon Pie lamp obligingly went out.
A baby I toy was born In Mrs. Vie
Stevens, June -S. Mrs. Stevens was
former! Miss Vie Itushloii of this
Mr. and Mrs, Royal J. Murdock of
I rovn spout Wednesday at the home
or Mih. Murdock's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. S. h. ( hlpiniiii.
Miss Cora Murdoch returned to her
homo In lleber Thursday. Miss Mur
dock has been here staying with her
sister, Mrs. Leonard Heiiroid, for (lie
past three weeks.
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Hall and daugh
ter or Manilla and Mrs. Amo Gleasou
and daughter Vealo or Salt Lake wllf
be Ihe guests or Mrs. (J. J. Sinclair
Frost last week did considerable
damage Just over tho Utah Hue In
Idaho to the grain. Those down from
there say Ihe top or Ihe grain has
been hit hard, hill lower down on
Hi- head of Ibo wheat the irost does
not seem to Imvn penetrated, so the
crops will not he an entile loss.
Mrs. Maggie Adanisou-WInn died at
her homo In Hurley, Idaho, recently.
Tim cause was blood poison, She
leaves a husband and two grown chil
dren. They moved from Highland to
Idaho several years ago.
Liquor Is doing sold right along ii
this town, and the worst part Is Hint
It Is being Mild to minors. A little
quiet Investigation by Juvi nfle olllcers
would have good effect.
:: SPECIAL ::
For one mouth only your
choice of the following excellent
piemliiins will be given free with
a l-ll. 'an or Grand I'nion link
Join the army or satisfied cus
tomers by buying your groc rl s
1 1 mil the Grand t;nlou Ton Co
Von save .'(c on the dollar
,1. S. AIISRNKW,
"The Tea Ivlan."
' v , i ii Wfij
b AMEftlCAN FORK OmBttrt SATURDAY, JUhY 4, i0lf " fM
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00
This Js ilm pov, orhil oomblnallon wo oflcr you.
rpnath 0u,r 8lrc"K 1C9 '" our nm . r
OIIBIIglll Inrgo .reserve, , ,n ,hc lMnch n,
or our;OfUcers and Directors.
anfj In pointer service, v0 oxtcnd ovcrj. fnc,(
fJIIU and convenience required In tho transaction
of modern business.
Service u'cSSSL.mt "'" ""' -"
Bank of Am. Fork
"THE OLD RELIABLE"
Hurrah ror tho Glorloust Fourth. -f
All advertising merchants report
business good. ; I
Mr. Will Julian la hero to upend tl(u
Fourth with relatives and rrlonds, ' i
The Misses Jcnulo and Pearl hclller
or Prove aro hero visiting Katlo and
icuoru Forbes. ';'C
Mr. and Mrs. A, J. I lowers or Nephl
arc hero visiting with Mr. and Mrs.
John Robinson. Ku
Miss Cora GarfT or Provo came or
Wednesday to spend tlio week-end
with relatives and rrlendo. ' r'
Our main h(itIh looked liciuitlful!
Til " y
Mr. J. A. P. Jensen has Improved
his home by painting the rooff'miil
Mr. and Mrs. Hen Carlson ufJJalt
hake will bo visitors at Adolph Nlol
sen's this week. '
Mr. and Mm. G. Morlo Taylor came
home Wednesday to visit her mother,
Mrs. John II. Hlndley.
Klljah Hourue or Canada is here
visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Ann
Mr. mul Mrs. Stephen Vance or Ster
ling, Idaho, aro here visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Reno Vance.
ICveryhody display the national col
Dr. and Mrs. Holding or Salthnke
are here for Honie-Comlng.
Mr. Ilert Miller and family aro here
spending the week-end with' 'their
folks, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller.'
Miss Nellie Paxmaii of Salt, 'uko'ls
here visiting her mother, MrD.MOmily
.'(iMiiiiii, until after the Fourth aI ? ).
Mr. and Mrs. Kernel Walker of Vqr.
mil aro the guests or Mr and Mrs.
Itob-rt Watk'r this wciic.
Mr, ami Mrs. Will Wheeler, our ror
ner linker, will spend Hoine-Comliig
Week lieie with rrlends.
Mr and Mrs. Jesse Greene went to
Halt l.nke Wednesday to Bee their son
Marion off on his mission.
Mrs. II, Hitchcock, who has been in
the L. 1). S. Hospital ror the past two
weeks, was brought home Thursday
Miss Veiiaud Woods leaves Friday
for Idaho Falls, tho guesj of Mr. Ster
ling llerherl. Miss Woods Intends to
visit different parts of Idaho
Mr. Clyde- Woods, who has been
working In Idaho, is home ror the
Mrs. George W. Groo an. I Mrs.iG.
M. Wilkinson or Salt hake are fiil
ing lloiiie-Coinlng Week with Mr. and
Mrs. V. M. Groo.
Mrs. h. C. Ileurohl liil ror an ex
tended visit with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. It. Murdock or Heher. Miss
Chloo Murdock accompanied her homo.
Mr. and Mrs Frank ICastmoiid jmd
Fsther ICastiuond or Provo anil Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Slack or Salt Lake are
visiting at tho home ot Walter Slack
Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Randolph or
Salt hake and Mr. and Mrs Fred
Waulass or Gailaud are here vialtlug
nl the home or Mr. and Mrs, James H.
Mrs, Henry Itasmuiiseii or .Stanford,
Colo., Ilyriim Helsell and liimlly or
I'rovo canyon, Superintendent or
Schools K. II. Chrlslenseii and Mn
unle Chrlslenseii and daughter Alice
or Salt Lake, were visitors at the home
or Mr. N II. Helsell the tlrst of the
.Man; of our visitor vmtihl like
to take "oini'lhiiig In niiieiii
Iter us In some miiiiII
MiiHiurr or olhre ar.
tide of Jevvclerj.
You will Hud II
here or the
Mr. John Kettle, Jr., or Dallas, Colo.,
Is here visiting relatives.
Mrs J. A Wright and children of
lUiighaiu are here vlultlng friends
Mrs. Jim Julian and children liuvo
Kone tu (mm, Itlnlio. ror a few weeks.
Kva Dean Lee spent Mondny In Mur
ray visiting friends.
George II. Raybold and family ami
Royal G. Pool and family am hero
Isltlng Mr. and Mrs. Mill Pool.
Mr and Mrs. Thomas H. Thornton
or loan, Idaho, arc here visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Adamson. Sr.
.Mr and Mrs. John Kettle or Rldg
way, Colo., arc hero far a month'B
visit with relatives.
Mr. K. J. Wlldc and son Leonard uro
down from tho canyon to spend tho
Mrs. Kdward Winn and Mrs. Ktlicl
Carlisle returned homo Wednesday
nfler spending a mouth visiting In
Mrs. J. T. Donaghy and Mr. and
Mrs. Gcorgo T. Taylor wero held visi
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Maughn returned
Wednesday after spending a month In
Mrs. Ras. Greene entertained at a
dinner party Thursday In honor of
Mrs. George T. Taylor of l.ognn.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thornton of
loan, Idaho, aro hero visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J n in en 11. Pulley and family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter aid the
MIsbcs Vova hoc and llnzcl Hunter
tveitl to Lehl on Sunday.
a ' . ;
"T Mr. and Mrs. George T, Taylor and
family of Ixigiin aro hero for a two
weeks' visit at tho homo of John
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Wllley of the
Utah Power t Light company have
taken up their resilience In the Adolph
Successful Decorative Effects
Tho decorations by Messrs. D. W.
McAllister, Orson C. Dyer and Z.A1.
Sallm, representing the Utah Dotan
ulcal Decorating company, Is one ot
tho big features of tho lloinc-Comlng
Main street for five blocks Is n blazo
of patriotic glory, simple yet effective.
The floats designed and decorated y
Messrs. McAllister, Dyer and Sallm are
the most artistic creations over shown
hero. Tho artistic , success of their
efforts amply Justifies tho nctlon of
tho general committee In employing
these experts. '
lill.VT I'TAII COUXTV
SPUNKS FOR POOH
A utalemeul of tho money expended
by the county far charities has been
prepared by County Clerk A. V. Robl
son far tho University of Utah, to be
forwarded to tho Stato's Charities and
Aid Association of Now York. Tho
report atates that for tho year ending
Juno .'10, 1'Jlt, $IO,i;90.ti& was distrib
uted under the head of "poor and In
digent" and P.OfiG.GN far maintenance
or tho County Inllriunry. Under the
provisions or tho dependent mother's
pension law $ti,G7(i,'M was paid, mak
ing a total or $:!7,33',.U7 far tho year.
I ONE RUB IN TIME I
SAVES NINE I
Don't wall until your hair Is
gone but keep all you have if I
possible. For a reliable pre par.
alien far keeping tho scalp
clean , healthy and promoting
hnlr growth, wo recommend and
Nothing adds mpre-iVfll'o-beauty
or women tlia.n; luxuriant hair,
The regular uso of "tlilrt tonlcMs
recommended far keeping the
hnlr healthy Keeps It clean and
bright, and gives It that wavy
nppearnnco do much admired
Two sizes, M)e and J I 00,
For sale by
V. U. BROWN
II Hxcluslve Agency
To Our Home Coming Friends ffl ;
Wo wish tu call your attention to tho fact that tho -old jX i
towii is tho best town at'tor all, and tho old friends arc 'Wm K
tho truest friends; then why not como back and ho ono JiBf
of us. , lw '
, American Fork has tio greatest future of tiny town itftj
in the state, of like conditions, and some of tho best land ij '
for divorsitlcd i'nnniiiR, with i olimato aand surround- :lfj '"
inns thirt aro uiicquulfid. k ' ISB
When you havo a low hours of, loisuru tiino call 03-j ; M
and tour auto will bo at your service to show you somo H;
of tho choicest lots, city homes, and cultivated farms that - Si
can be had in tho valley. . W
Wo havo a largo varioty to choose from and at torma Si ,i
tlmt'will suit. ! 8
Call at the oflico and talk it over with us. tWl
Am. Fork Real Estate Exchange ft j '
F. L. IUQKMAN, Mai-. IK '!
Successors of Clark and Hickuian I k j
Aspicts of tht LiiuorQHistion
From tho many recommendations
rccolved to tho valuo ot this book wo
quoto tho following:
"Tho improvement Bra ot March,
"Tho Aspects ot tho Liquor Quco
lion' la u pamphlet written by Adolph
Nielsen ot American Fork, Ulnh. Tho
pamphlet sets forth In plain, effective
language tho Importance ot this great
subject. . . Tho author pointedly
answers tho questional la tho liquor
business necessary? Is It scriptural 7
Docs It pay? Is It legal? la It moral?
'. . . Tho pamphlet doaervca wide
circulation and careful reading by nil
who aro Interested In tho right train
ing of tho young people, and by all
who desire to -avoid tho evils that
follow In the wke of liquor and tho
"Tho American Fork Citizen any a:
'Ono of tho best additions to tho lit
ernturo on tho liquor question la the
recent twcnty-nlno pago pnmphlct on
tho above subject by Judgo Adolph
Nlolson of this clly. Tho ordinary
citizen docs not havo time to read
tho larger books published on the
liquor question, and tho small two or
four-leaf pamphlets contain Informa
tion entirely too mengro'for audi nn
Important question. Judge Nielsen
handles his subject fearlessly from
flvo different aspects: Is It neces
sary? Is It scriptural? Docs It-pay?
la It legal? Is la moral? Tho Infor
mation contains an answer for almost
nuy phase of tha question that ordi
narily comes up, and that, too, In n
forceful and convincing manner. It
may truly bo called' n handbook on
tho liquor question and should bo In
tho homo of ovcry advocato of tem
perance'." Tho prlco la but IS cents a copy.
Thin book la on nalo by nlll ocal deal
ers In Alplpo titnkc. Adv.-lt
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Jl'ltY .'tth M. I. A. PROGRAM
Solo "8wordor Hunker Hill," Mao
llalllday: United States National Holi
day, J. IJ. Forbes: Solo, Sweden Na
tional Hymn, Axel nioomqulat; Swe
den's 'Nalloiiul Holiday; Ludwlck Lar
sou; Reading, (Inrronn dialect, Muud
Chrlstenacii; Germany's National Hol
iday, Dr. Kelly: "aolo, Tho Flag With
out a Stain," Ella Chlpman.
RH1I.S1 RY AdEMS AITOIMEI).
The following registry agents have
been appointed by tho county commis
sioners: Alpine, James W. Vanco; American
Fork No. 1, Mrs. Myrtlo Walton; Am
erican Fork No. ., J. W. Btorra;
American Pork No. 3, Kmmctt J.
Lynch; American Fork No. i, Mrs.
Ivy Steele; Cedar Fort, James It.
Cam; ICIberln, D. C. Walker; Fair
field, W. I). Thomas; Highland, Mag
glo Orr; Lehl No. 1, Uvclyn Winn Pet
erson; lchl No. ', James Carter; lohi
No. II, Llzzlo Uriggs; Lehl No, i, Mrs.
M. A. Taylor: Pleasant (J rove No. J,
Mrs. JobsIo Wadloy; Pleasant Grove
No. .', James Nelson; Pleasant Urovo
No. ), Mrq. Suslo Robinson; Pleasant
Urovo No. I.jfc. It. Ash; Provo IJcncli,
Joseph li. Ilooth; Pleasant View, Mrs.
Luclla ji Haws.
DEMOCRATS AMr PROGRESSIVES
WILL FUSE IN THIS 1'OUNTl
Provo, July 2. A meeting of Dcm
ocratn nnd Progressives was hold In
tho court, house last ovcnlng for tho
purpose Ot discussing tho question of
a combination of tho tvv0 parties in
thu county election. II. C. Jcx vvus
elected chairman and Clarence J.
It was decided that tho county
chairman of tho parties should each
appoint ten members of a committee
which will Investigate the combina
tion project, and If thoy find II is gen
erally considered favorably thoy will
report on a division of tho officers tu
tho Democratic and tho Progressive
county conventions. Tho chairman of 1 m J
Dtich party will bo a membor ot tho tW '
committee t Sfc,
All who apoko laat night wero lit $&;
favor of tho combination and ex- 5 ir '
pressed tho belief thnt tho members I J
of tho two parties generally favored J "
this. HxprcsaloiiB wero favorable to $ flft ,
conducting tho campaign by present- iff
lug to tho peoplo the principles for MM '
which tho parties utund, an announced i ,,
in their platform. lf&
o jj j
Notico of School Meeting. iff j !'
A meeting of (ho registered votora $,$'
residing in American Fork School Ols- '; &i
trlct No. 14 Is hereby called to con- ffj ,
veno In tho Forbes building, on Satur- $i
day, July 11, 1014, at 8 o'clock p. m., I'fr.
for thu purpose of placing In nomlna- i f j
tlon ono trustee to sorvo'for a term ?!)Jf J
of thrco years. lilt I
Ry order of School Hoard. iWif
J7-31 J08. U. FORDES, Clerk. ML I
American Fork, Juno 20, 10H. ffl&l J
o ffv1 fr .
Notico of Annual School Meet- W f
inp; and Eleotion. M
Tho registered voters residing In d$i f
American Fork School District No. 14, '$i -
Utah County, Utah, aro hereby notified St! ' fl
that tho regular annual school -meet- 9fi' lim
Ing ot said district will bo held at tho J M
Harrington school building, In said XJfc
district, Mondny, July 13, 1014, com- wSi ?
mcnclng at U o'clock a. in. fi it '-m
The trustees annual financial aud sA lm
statistical reports for tho year ending "Vf-
Juno .10, 1014, will bo presented; also Wf IjfB
statement showing tho management, fJAi jl
nnd condition or tho schools of the . $ Mm
district during tha past school year. 4 Hi ym
At tho said annual meeting tho amount ftVA r jH
ot compensation to bo allowed to the He-jr h H
trustees, or to either of thesi, will bo I t '
decided by a majority voto of tho tax- fit1 ,ilB
payors present. vl' 'hMw
Thcro will also bo an olcctlon of K f?r-r Ji
trustee In sold district on tho samo J ' f
day at tho same placo, as follows: f ' " i IH
Ono trustco to servo for n term of J fH
thrco years. i'!-U
Tho polls will bo kept operator said "'1 'H
electlou during four successive; hours, ; , KU
to-wlt: from 10 o'clock a. in. to 2 H
o'clock p. m. ot said day. '
lly order of American Fork School S. ' (mt
Hoard District No.Mr f fS.; ;vfi
DR. P. M. KKLLV, Chairman. ' " H
JOS. I). FORDKS, Clerk. U
KLI J. CLAY80N, Treasurer. .
patcd Juno 20, 1014. 27-3L .
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Pleasure Trip, Baslaeis l .
Trip or a "Joy KMf,"I AM i K !
THE MA TO MEE. ! H
AM PLACE IM AMEM1. !H
CAN FOHK FOR 25c. ' - iH
A.N VU HERE IX THE ! 'M
COUNTY OK 8TATK ,
Take a trip In n Auto i
Almost as' cheap, no iH
horao and buggy. , ki
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I For Particulars tall on I ' T
WM. A. BEAL I ! .., 1W
Am Fork Garage I !,; S
0ppn(.lte Rank of Am. Fork I t$ffi
In One Minute! Clogged Nostrils Open ml
Head-Colds and Catarrh Go Try This!, , il
Hreathe .Friclyl Clears HluiVed.up,
Intlsmr.d None nnd llran and tnps
Catarrhal IllKcharge. Cures Hull
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nrviimtlWnnytyay,- Just lo.
(ry It-Appb' a llttlo in the nostrils
and instantly your clogged peso aud
stopped HP a'r passage! of tho head
will open; you will breathe frly;
dullness and headacho disappear, Dy
morning! the catarrh, cold-ln-head or
catarrhal sore throat will be gone.
Knd such misery nowl (let a small
bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any
drug store. Thl awetf fragrant
.balm dissolves by tho heat of'tnfcuoa- f stkdK9
trlls; penetratea and heals the In- a ' jjj rgjtB
flained, swollen membrano which lines ft tfe
the nose, head and throat; clears the. J' . , LkRj
jilr passagea; stops nasty discharges i 1B
and a reblliig of cleansing1, '-soothing iilPH
j.Dllef comW Jrorapdlately, . .j. I '
Don't lay aWaWo tonight etriisElirl !. WmW
for breath, with head stUffed; uos- , t , ffaH
trlls closed, hawking and blowing' r llH
Catsrrh or a cold, with its running , iu'mmm
ioe, foul mucous dropping into tb Al . nsl
throat, and rqw dryness Is distressing (j- n'sl
but truly needless. it !,il
Put your faith just once ln'-jrcly'ai In , ' ,H
Cream Ralm" and ycur cold or c&. ilf-i 1, 'iHH
tarrh will surely disappear. l If ' b H
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