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Ift ' AMfaftlCAN FOftk tilt IZBN. fT"ftt)AY. JULY 4, 1914. , -, r-, , ,- .-,, , '"T
If -mo;LEHI .LOCALS
Iffl uloduclloii in summer dress goods nt
Egf I'jjpplo'H Co-oi). I-H
Ha g'uesdny u Imby boy wub liorn to
Heft-" fp. ''Vim Oollogo nt Lehl Junction
HI ' &tr. nnd .Mrs Arer Winn of L'urekn
mm i . nro I" Lohl vJirflliiK relatives nnd
H ' spending tho fourth.
K Ml. nnd Mih Alfred .lint of Nophl
HEL Hpdiil tho week end visiting with .Mr.
WB nnd Mrs Nil Hutcholor,
Wm JMloolile Irons, electric washing inn-
B h ( idilnofl nnd nil electric appliances nt
M r lople'a po-op, 4-1 1
Ml k'Dr nnd Mrs. Holbrook mndo nn
JU 1 nfltoi trip Wednesday nnd spent tlio
In I l:j with f i lends In Davis county.
NuB '1' lU"' Wn, 1''011 '1',1-v'01' "f Sugar
' Clt nrllyed In l.ehl Tuesday for a
t$iB "1" tln'' vls,t w'lu ro'nthes.
' InS " '',' '""'ol4 WIIboii piesented hor
1PS husband with a ton nnd n Imlf pound
k k9 1"0 1 (i t Tlmrsdny.
'(Bji Hurokn oru. ni tho homo f II. AI. :
" (ilS Hojle ,Sf., to spend tho Glorious
' Wm 1'oiirtVi.
IJfiM Mary Janes for I ho Merry Janes ut '
j If, I'oojiIo'b Co-op, -1-lt
aME J,r ",h1 AIrs- Honor Ilnrt, who spent
vt tho past yonr nt Pnyson, returned to
IE Lohl this week. Mr. Hart will bo
"" employed 111 tho l.ehl sugar factory i
ftflH machine shop.
6 jHH " Mr. nnd Mrs. Murrny Hayes spent
$' uovornl days In l.ehl. the past week,
'fB tmsta of Mrs. limes' paients, Mr.
' IH "lyl ,r8, u'"llnm S. Gray. Mr. Huyos
; H vjl tench In tho Hlchflold high school
'Js iB, tlio coming yonr.
,, -'JH ( While tho wrestling match will bo
? H ffoo,' thoBo'w'llo purchnso senta to tho
'" H Imsobnll gnmo will be permitted to
K rotnln thorn for tho wiostllng bout.
HE Ab tho match mny last nn hour tho
'-fUft ' advantage of having n sent Is oIivIoiih.
nBB, Now' is tho tlmo to buy your coal
H fpr winter Seo people's Co-op Mi
gHjj " A"lienutlful custom suggested by i(
fE similar )inctlco lit n neighboring town
MM would bo for the city to sprlnjtlo tho
IH rond to tho cemetery wheuovor thoro
iHE Is u fuunrnl. Often thnro Is n long
mwfi cortngc. uud tho tond bLcomes rather
Hi . dusty.
Hki ' ,
Mm,', Mrs. Ahlrn Itcldmund, who has been
kMJJR visiting NVJtl hcriBlator, vMrs. Jool
TOW Mehrs, fortho pnst month, returned
. Irljl ' ,0 h" homo 'in Mldvnlo on Sunday
- JBm '" llnH lje0" " 8UU"orur f0"i rheii-
W&W miitlsni for tbo past yonr.
HI Tho caso or tho Btnto vs I)r George
vlll '' '0'!n tno Jnl"i'i"" doctor who
Stj wiib arretted for practicing mcdlclim
HM In l-olil without u license, was illa-
WfR mlused this wcok in tho district court
H ' on mo,lo,, ot Hio district attorney.!
. t'l doctor Is buck In I.ohl nnd sayB
Wmm thnt ho will open a drug storo about
fjfJI July 10.
iHi Jo'lU u- WoodliouBO, Thomas Thur-
flffi nui"' "' A" T,lr,lcr ""iry Darling,
r HH Samuel Hntcmau, Leslie Datcmnn,
v H Kugouo Smith, W A. nvnns, Andy
HH Trnno nnd James Woodhouso returned
Hjn this wgek from n two months' Bhcop
? " mH shearing trip to Idaho, Montana nnd
'" Htm Wyoming They repot t u successful
i 111 tr'i
Mrs. .N'lcollnu l'owoll entertained the
S. 8. Club nt a quilting bco Monday
Miss Mildred Crabb entertained tho
Kewple Club nt n chlckm dinner Wed
II, It. Lundgrceu went to Montana
Monday ( whero ho will spend tho sum
mer putting up hay on a ranch,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. K. Hopkins spent
sovornl days the end of tho week fish
ing In Spanish Kork cnuyou.
Mrs. atnnley Winn entertained nt
dinner Thursday nftcrnoon In honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Azcr NY'im of nitrekn.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams of Storrs
nro Waiting relatives here, tho guests
of Mrs. Adums' sister, Mrs. Fred Mor
rill. Mrs. T. I Klrkhnm returned Tues
day from a week's visit willMior moth
er, Mrs. William Cnwmaugh, In Gar
field. Miss Comiuers Ingnlls spent ten
Jnjs tho guest of Mrs. It. K. Steele, In
Snlt l..iko City, returning homo Sun-Jay.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo H. (Ionics spent
tho early port of tho week in Sprlng
vllle, lsltlng with Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Mr. and Mrs. i:ilns Gaidnor of This
tle Junction attended tho Purple Day
excuislon at Halt I.nko City and pnld
a lolt to Mrs. Gardner's sister, MrH.
Karl IIopkliiB, on tholr return.,
Sunday night tho religious clnsses
gave an oxccllent program In the Tnb
ornncle. JuiiIub Ilnnks gavo an Inter
istlng tnlk on tho religions of tho
Orient. Dennis Giles and Mclln
'inuln rendered n trombone duet and
Molvln Smulii played the Holy City
nn his trombone.
Nate Hoekhll! Is building u bunga
low tent on his farm west of Saratoga
and will movo with his family thoro
for tho summer. Ho hns a lino Held of
rnln nnd soonty acres of alfalfa,
which presents n good young stand,
A)ox. Adams enmo In Horn the
Xortli Scrnntou Tuesdny to spend tho
Fourth. Ho roports tho proporty look
ing lino mid o.;ects to develop a mine
Ni:W 1'KNCK FOH WIXIJS PAKK.
Woikmon this week placed the now
fonci) around Wines Park. The fonce
consists of two Iron plport, one uud
ono-hnlf Inches In dlnmotor, set In
holes bored In olght-lnch square posts
Tho posts aro sot In concrete, which
will make them practically everlast
ing. Tho fence mokes n wondorful
Improvement to tho square. Thoso re
sponsible for tho Improvement nro en
titled to both bluo nnd red buttons
Tho city this week, cnrrjlng out the
"Clean Town" Idea, hns had the Iron
fenco surrounding tho Jail lot given n
cont of pnlnt.
mi. .. 1'iNX.vroui:"
WIIKK F1M 'n'KSUAY
Tho oporn company which has beou
practicing on tho oporn "II. M, l'lnnn
fore," for tho pnBt soveral months,
will appear before tho public one
weok from noxt Tuesday. Thoy will
nlso repeat tho performance tho fol
lowing o onliig. It will bo tho mu
sical ovont of tho season.
Tho principals In tho cast aro Hobcrt
Sharp, Mra. Oeorgo Holmstcnd, Miss
Maud Klrkhnm, Miss Autilo Stoddart,
Samuel Ilusson, Leslie Gontes, Uverett
Andorson and Alex. Drown.
H Big Dancing Excursion to
w -" L E H I
ll SATURDAY EVE., JULY4TH
111 SPECIAL OARS ON INTERURBAN RAILROAD
ffl OREM LINE
,i' T , TIME OARD.
ijfin Leavo Pleasant Grove 8'30 P M
.'IL Leave American Fork !8:40 P. M.'
. , ROUND TRIP FARE. t
a! Pleasant Grove , 35c
, f. American Fork '. 15c
I Return 12:30 A, M., -tier the Big Dance.' ' ' '
This Special Train Is Hired to Give tho Home-Gominrr
People and Their Friends An Opportunity to
Come and See
Smuin's Beautiful New Hall
THE BIGGEST AND BEST DANCING HALL IN
Which you have all read sc much about. Tho je, that
have been thero will suro toll you what a treat it will
?P i X?u t0 dauco on tlia- hoautiful Spring Polished
Maple Floor and hear thoso spicy two-stops played bv
Smuin's Orchestra, the music that pleases everyone and
anyone. Why? Because they play you a good time.
Ladies Free, Six Extras to introduce you and your girl.
REMEMBER THE DATE --JULY 4TH AND THE
PLACE SMUIN'S BEAUTIFUL ACADEMY
WHERE THE CROWDS GO!
Glean Town Movement
t Getting Good Results
l.ehl .y'vi In Hie lead mid All Cltlens
' Valclilng the JloTcmcnl.
A. I.. Yates and Dr. Haslcr mndo nn
nutovtrlp down through tho county
this week to Inspect tho different
cities from a "Clean Town" stand
point Tho gentlemen stated that
l.ehl easily leads in tho movement,
uud If tho citizens keep up tho good
work already commenced Lehl will
undoubtedly secure first prize. Of
course an Inspection was not mado
of tho sanitary conditions of tho sov
eral towns, but their streets had
many moro weeds'; on them, ,-their
fonscs woro not sowwelt kept 'up and
their homo surroundings were not so
Leo Illrd, n gentleman who was on o,
mission to Now Zealand with John S.
Cvnns, pnld tho latter a visit this
week. Ho stated that his business
called him to nearly all tho cities In
tho state, but that ho had not seen
ono '.which looked so elenn. Ho mado
this, comment befora lib knew of the
8tate-wldo contest. Many other visi
tors have mado Blmllar remarks.
A ilrlvn nrnnnil Inwn In rnfrnnhlnir in
anyone On nearly overy block somo
of the property owners havo cleaned
up tho street nnd walks, and In somo
Instances nearly tho wholo street has
been cleaned. Tho movement Is
catching. When one man cleans up
his neighbor, noting tho great im
provement for so Httlo offort, goes
and docs Ilkowlso, till it Is probnblo
that ere another month passes tho
wholo town will look llko it has been
vlBltcd by tho Gold Dust. Twins.
Sanitary experts nre predicting that
not only will l.ehl bo tho cleanest
town In the state, but that it will also
bo tho most healthy.
M:W MAIL CAHHIKll COM3IEMH2S.
I'etor Heck Is now earning the mall
on the star routo from Lehl to Tonllff
by way of Cedar Kdrt and Fairfield.
having commenced Wednesday morn
ing. He Is using u double teom on o
single buggy. Mr Heck drles from
ft" to Cedr Fort, where he Iran"
fors tho mall to another man, who goes
ley nelt0,day: ntwnlnXo Cedar Vo"
rorvrv iiuaiis io
i J1,10 mu".ty roa(l8 fro'n Payson to
.ehl will bo sprlnkle'd In the c y
near future, ..nd tho commissioners
las Saturday decided to buy iw ,e"
sprinklers for this purpose We io
haw. one of tho lineal roads through
tho county that thero Is In the stme
ami with this sprinkling a win u"
"IK lmprocment, especially wherl.
now roads hao been built
G.OD SUGGESTION TO
AMERICAN FORK PEOPLE
It IR surprising u.o amount of oh)
ou matter the Hlmplo mixture ar'
buckthorn bark, gljeerlne, etc., kno,.
as Adler-I-kn. drains from tho stem
This romed beenmo famous v e,,r.
li'B appondieltltf nd nrts on DOTH tin,
upper mtil lowei bowel w thoioughly
thai ONIJ DOSi: r0eoB sour ,om.
e h, gns on the stomach and eonstlp.
ntlon ulmoHt IMMKUIATKhY W
" might) glad M nn. Amor
oru ngents for Adler-1-ka America
fork Drug Co. Druggist Merrlhow o
Lehl roports groat euccess there.
Iiiterurban Electric Gars Arrive
This week eight electric cars ar
rlrcd In Ogdeu for uso on tho Salt
bako and Utnh Railroad between Salt
Uiko City and T'rovi. They nro of tho
mot modern type known nnd contain
all tho coMpinces now being put In
cars for Intorurbnii purpoecs. They
ulll Uo tho compartments somowhnt
similar to tho motor cars now in uso
nnd will hnvo division for express,
smokers nnd tho goncrnl public. They
nro declared to bo beauties, noiio bet-
Work Is progressing on getting the
road In readiness for running the elec
tric cars, Ono train Is surfacing and
evening up tho road bed between I.ln
don and Proo nnd another gang Is
Btringlng tho electric wires. Tho sys
tem of doublo wires is now hereabout,
besides giving ndltionnl strength It
take out nil tho sags between poles.
Tho erection of tho substations will
delay the final opening ot tho rond
as an electric lino till somo time In
In August. The stutlons nro being
built by contractors who scorn to bo
taking their tlmo nt It.
The car that should havo gone
north at 10:30 Tuesday was out 6f
commission when It reached Amorl
can Fork and did not make tho trip
to Llndon. A now car camo down
from Salt Lake City to take Its place
and started north a half hour late.
Stings or bites of Insects that are
followed by swellings, pain or Itching
Bhould bo treated promptly ns they
are poisonous. MALLARD'S SNOW
LINIMENT counteracts tho poison It
Is both antiseptic and healing. Prlco
25c, BOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
"La "LtttttttttB " 1
AL WILSOX ;jj s$fItKiyr
BIG WRESTLING MATCH
LEHI, JULY 3RD AND 4TH
LEHI vs. EUREKA, JULY 3RD
Game Called for 4 O'clock.
LEHI vs. AMERICAN FORK, JULY 4TH
Game Called at 4:30 O'clock
WRESTLING MATCH, JULY 4TH, AFTER BALL GAME
Ball Game Tickets Good for Reserved Seats for WrestC
Less Meat If Back
and. Kidneys Hurt
Take n Oluss ofsnlls To Tush Kj.
ncjs If Madder Jlothcri You
Eating meat regulnrly eventual!)
produces kidney trouble In somo form
or another, sa)s a well-known author.
It)-, because tlw uric acid In meat ex
cites tho kidneys, thoy become over
worked; got sluggish; clog up and
cause nl sorts of distress? p.irtlc u'
Inrly backacho nnd misery In u10 kid.
ney region ; rheumatic twinges, bo
ero headaches, add atomnch. consti
Ipntloii, torpid liver, sleepless, e8
, bliuldor and urlnnry irritation.
Tho moment )our back hurts 01
kidneys aren't uetlng right, or If bind
der bothers jou, get about four ounce,
of Jnd Salts from any good phnnn
ney, take a tablespoonful In o r"bi
of water boforo breakfast for a few
dn)s and your kidneys will thon nci
Olio This fnmoua suits Is mado from
tho acid of grapos and lemon Juice
combined with llthhi, and has beeV
u U for goiiorntlonH to (lush clogget
kidneys and stlmulnto them to nor
mnl activity; also to noutrnllzo tho
ields m urlno so It no longer Irrl.
tntes, thUB ondlug bladder disorders
Jnd Snlta ennnot injure iwijono
makes n delightful olTorvcbccnt llthlnl
ater drink which million,, J,r ,"lin
nd women tnko now nnd then to keen
ho kidneys nnd uilnnry organs clem
Urns avoiding Borlous kidney disease'
I'atlonco with the faults of those
o dlsllko soon censes to bo a virtue
Me Trlut Hutter Wrujijars.
Grandma Used Sage
Tea to Darken Hair
She .Mixed Sulphur With It To He
More Color, UIosk, Thickness.
Common garden sago brewed Into
a heavy tea with sulphur nnd alcohol
added, will turn grny, streaked nnd
faded hair beautifully dark and lux
uriant, rcrnovo overy bit of dandruff,
stop scalp itching nnd falling hair,
just n few npllcntioiiB wll provq n
revolution If your hnir Is fnding, gray
and dry, scrnggly nnd thin. Mixing
tho Bago teu and sulphur reclpo nt
home, though, Is troublesome. An
easier way Is to get the rendy-to-uso
tonic, costing about 60 cents a largo
bottlo at drug stores, known as
"Wyoth'a Sago nnd Sulphur Hair
Remedy," thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, grny, faded huir Is
not sinful, wo all desire to retain our
youthful appearance nnd attractive
ness. Uy darkening your hair with
VCth's Sago and Sulphur, no ono
can toll, bocauso it docs It bo natur
ally, so evenly. You Just dnntpen a
spongo or soft brush with It nnd draw
this through your ltnlr, taking ono
small strand nt a tlmo; by morning
all gray hairs havo disappeared, and,
aftor another npltcatlon or two, your
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft and luxuiinnt.
Nothing adds moro to tho beauty of
women than luxuriant hair. Tlio re
gular uso of Merltol Hair Tonic will
keep tho hair healthy, promote Its
growth, keep It clean nnd bright, nnd
gives It thnt wavy nppcornnco bo much
admired. Price GOe, and $1.00. F. M.
Drown, solo ngent, American Fork
We (urn out neat and ijulck Job
work. Try It.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS AN.
Utnh Comstock .Mining Company
Tho annual meeting of tbo stock
holders of tho above named Co. u
corporation, will bo held on Wednes
day, tho 22nd day or July, 11)11, at
7:30 o'clock p. m. at the City Hall,
vmcrlcan Fork City, Utah, for tho
election of officers and the trausuc
.lou of( such other buBlucss as may
.uoperly come beforo the meeting
STEPHEN WOOD. Secretory.
4-3t JACOB (IUEENWOOD, Pros
In the District Court of tho Fourth
Judicial District of tho Stato of Utah,
In and for Utah County.
In the matter ot the Kstuto of Chris
Creditors will present tinlms with
ouohera to tho undersigned til his
eshlence, American Fork City, Utah,
n or beforo October IS, 19H.
P. M. KELLY.
PARKE K ItOIIINHON, Attorneys.
Plrat pub. Juno 13; Inst July 11, inn) I
.,ot tr'pScE ot MJz
I hnvo in my possess!, w Wr fl "
Ing described eMray iM0 1
if not claimed and takS lSH Mi
uo Bold nt public auctbn tn V W
est rash bidder nt m, ' h kjH
itiovo Precinct, on TlmrJ,, '' hSM B-
any of ..ly, i nt oc&SB
Ono dark brown ntarc hri ? H
aboui nnklo, strip m i.v n.iSmm t- Ull
past; weight ubmitnluoi.2jBElf RAUlO HM
Suid estrny wna tal'" mm IT4 'R dU ,
anul proelnct on tin, 23rd oV&JjW 01
Pounl keeper for li'ens!iit0,Ey' 'I T
DELlNQUENTlJoTio,; """ ""
alhcr 1'lut .Mining & Mllllne r tul
ABSoasmciit ivo. 28, levied on th. jC I it U;30
day oi May, 1W4, the several am$ H L wi born
-ot oi-poalte tho nnmca ot the S'B8 drove, "
clvo siinrtholders, as follows? ' inl Mrs i
Ccrtincnto 4H ' ,nd Vinci
Nanio. Cor. No simr. , ' icn lru"
J. F. i'ulloy .20' 2BH ' fll circles
' Pulley "m 8 "gBSiialW
J. F. t'ulloy 41,0 1KR7 WjBUie11 n
James C. l'oulso. C6 onn S W ,,rc0
Jaincu C. Poulso,....liG 333 !? . titce a"8
JnmoB C. Poulson...30G 007 ! " , B. "
Jnmea C. Poulsoii...4Ga 1000 it ,r, j, W. '
Andrew Pulley 1DD 5000 r.Z H ,iln
Jnmea A. Snaijo. . . . ,309 4000 m nd '
Loltoy Davis.V 379 K 8 . l 0r?
LeRoy Davis 457 600 uV M " ful
E. H. Davis.., 370 4000 im held In Spr
B. vis 381 1000 m ,a rp
Pearl E. Davis 371 1000 m 'I doooKorin
And in nccordnnco with law and n J, r- nrlV
order of tho board of dlrcctoVs, made ipM"" I
ontho22ndidnyof4Muy,1914,somin , ton. O. V
shnroB of each parcel of such stock H Thornc, v.
us may bo necessary will be sold 11 lllncWcy.
public auction nt J. E. Bennett's reii. The hip
deuce, Amorlcnn Fork. Utah, on the musical n
7th day of July, 1914, at tho hour of H w"5 a ,t)
1 p. m., to pay delinquent assessment! H doted Ti
thereon, together with the cost of ad. H young l(
vortlalug mid this sale. delivered
27-2t J. B. Ucnnott, Sccrctari llop l
llepuiimenl of the Interior, U. S. Land I uAt
UtM'o ut Salt Lake Clly, Ulnh, Jnic , J W Hn
13, 11)11. H ' go,,, Mr
NOTICE is hereby given that Percj H and M
3. SowrB of Salt 1 nko City, Utah, at- Thornc
signee of Jnmea Clove, who, ou July H Tho 1
13, 1912, mndo Desert Land Entry, Plensai
Serial No. ',010240, for Lots 2 and 3; for bui
NW. 4, SE. ,; NE. V SW. Ya, and by a 1
BV. Vi, M:. 't, Section 7, Township J . follow
South, Rungu 1 Fast, Suit Lake Merl- op S
(llan, Iiub tiled notice or Intention to H ,lrlnp
mnku Final Dcnert Land Proof, to es- H V. I
tabllsli claim to tho land above de-
scribed, boforo tho tegister and Re- m
tolvcr ot tho U. S. Land OfDcc, at Sal. lanl
l.tiko City, Utah, on tho 30th day of w"
Cliiimnut numeu an witnesses: M. ,. ,
T. Cnrmlchucl of Lehl, Ulnh; Wllber rV
S Humor, J W. llngormnn and Anes tm ...
I Riiiiht, nil of Snlt Lnko City, Utah '
K. It. I) THOMPSON, u.rc
(Hist pub Juno 20; lust July 18. 1910 llJ
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