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gP5-- i jMi AMERICAN FORK 6t.l8.IN SATfnbAY, JUI.Y 4 I4li flf
g.:!ANTSEFgUIT Is"-g-lHr TOWN WORLD FAME 1
8Hjl5ant Grove Department I
- Hformfr I'lfflMtnt drum I'lll.en, Well
T NOrinn ! Known Here, Jlcs of llloml
'',J (rg. Carrln NIcIhoii, wife of N. K.
il Uw He ,"' Xlelwn, prlnclpnl of tlio Springvlllo
Icu'd000""' rf ilh scll01, ,llc1 Snturdny '"ornliiK
,0Verj "" 2W t 11:3 0'clock of ,)l0011 Poisoning.
1 t Hie8?0"111 ;H Sbe " born Mny 10, 1875, nt Plcn
iIJows; QtW-ill nt Grove, nnd wan tho daughter of
'. H jr, and Mrs. Joppo Nlolson. Slio linil
' ' .jn68, H bwn I,romlncnt ,n c'""c,l '"1(l educn-
833 " B.tlonal circles mid wan president of
1667 ill ;H the Alpha Uctu club. Slio lit Hiirvlvcd
0W J b- Uirco chlldron and tlio fallowing
667 J' '- Uireo 8,stcr8: MrH' No,HO" ot I'rovo,
J 000 , f5 H Mrs. E. H. Robertson or Mmitl and
6000 5to I Mr. i W. Tliorno ot Pleasant. Orovo,
ion" lOfl ' nd a ,,rotllcr' Swo" NIcIhoii ot Plon-
60o lif ' sallt(Jrou'-
4000 i " ' At "10 tuncral Borvlccs, which worn
1000 ,? 'H Md '" Springvlllo, Wednesday, there
1000 if? -' ffas " ,nrK nttendnnco and a tremen-
'nfriihrf dous offcrliiR of floral tributes. Hlshop
-'tors ! ?? ' J.1, nrlnghurst proBldcd. the other
'U'1' speakers being Dlshop O. I. Huntlng-
Jiich 21? ' toD. O. W. Mendenhall, JoHcph H,
be inlr Thome, C, A. Mathlson and K. S
'ettw1 I ,l,ncklcy-
''. on i! '-! T,l n'B" BC',00I furnished several
o hour , H musical numbers,- Robinson brothers
lessmL?1 M"5 a duct, a ladles' quartetto rcn-
t of .i1 ' dcrpd "Tho UoHIiry" ""! two other
an- b yQUtlg ladles sang solos. .1. P. Crccr
retnw H delivered tho opening prayer and
nary. M nghop , th(J -,-,. onc
lTrn '! Among thoso who went to the
4-U0fl H Bprlngvlllo services woro Mr. and Mrs
Joppo Nlolson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
S. Lajj Thornc, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lund, Mr.
hit H And MrH' '' Hiiyea. Mr. anil Mrs.
U , J W Halllday, Mr and Mrs (luy Kohin-
: Percy H B0"' Mr- "ni1 Mrs- n D- ndlcy; Mr
Ob, a. aD(1 Mrs' K' K- Halllday, Joseph IC,
" July ',B Thome and others.
Entry H Tn0 remains, which woro brought to
id 3' H Tlonsant Qrovo on tho afternoon train
and 'H rr lj,lr'11'' woro inct at tho depot here
ihlp 7 -H 'y a long cortege of Vehicles, which
Uer. l H followed to tho cpmetcry, wlicr" Dlsh-
0 to H nP s ' SweiiHou and Hlshop .1. V
t ej. H Krlnghurst mado short remarks and
de. . H W ''. Unyes dedicated tho grave
ij. m o .
? I Letter From James 0. Thome
f To the Kdllpr of tho Pleasant Orove
," , Review:
"' ; Today brought me tho Pleasant
' Orovo Review, which I am always
i, H pleased to receive, as It kcopn mo In
" touch with tho conditions and the
H people of my homo town.
I M I.Utlo do tho neojilo know and rt'a-
I m llzo the amount of good a home paper
I .H docs and tho way it is appreciated by
I H those who aro away, or they would
( . support and patronize It moro than
' 'thoy do.
I .'H To me It is one of the greatest
H means of telling people who no are;
;H what wo liavo for sale, and what a
rH liomitldil country wo live hi.
-' 1 sco by today's issuo that oti aro
contemplating getting out a booster
:m edition for the J1th of .Inly, and I
'B only wish I was there to aid In limiting
.' it a grand success.
Since tho first of the year II has
I'll to my lot to. bo chosen president
H f mo Norwich Conference, and 1 llud
' 'ho responsibility and tho work much
', gi enter, as wo have four nctiwi branch
B s to look after and thirteen traveling
, elders to keep In a working condition
LH However, wo could easily use twin-
; this many, so tbore Is easily loom foi
moro of our young men at home
) Tho experience n young man gets in
the mission Hold cannot be estimated
, by dollars and cents, and tho youiii.
4 M men should not loose this oppoituuit)
that Is afforded them.
Tho youths or Zlou little reali.e tin
schooling offored them by the church
' In tho missionary Meld
. The persecution so prevalent a join
; ii go has quieted down considerably.
and tho bitter reeling against us If
m not so prevalent. Ilowevor, we meet
jB a littlo ojiposltiou now and then.
im During tho sumiuer months Mo di
'U ' country trading, each elder having a
' bicycle and riding out ten or twelve
' miles each day and back at night.
, If thero Is one thing we must giv
England credit for Is her good lo.ids
Tho roads hero aro cortalnly line
. Just like a paved street, and it Ih i
pleiisuro to rtde out Intu the coiinli).
deliver our little Uospel pamphlet
to those who will accept.
Wo havo started our street meetlui
In most or our branclios, and I inn
pleased to report wo aro getting ulonr
very well s() rar.
Wo have been lutcrfurcd with a Hun
or two and a few questions asked, be
vo have been able to answer them
the satisfaction of most or the erowi1
Our oxplauntlun or our principle'
Bubstautlated so well', by scrlptur
proor, lead peoplo to believe that
are llllile Htudonts, educated and pre
pared especially Tor this work.
Homo local preachers often refer !
us as professional men, and kind!
Inform their llstoners that tho Anier
leans with their pVofessloualism can
not save mnuklud.
This to one who knows the eon
B dltlou our young men enine Into th'
Held and Die niauuer In nhloh the
"re ablo to handle the subjects I
band In so short a time is a grci'
,9 tnstlmony to Hie divinity (r Ihe (!oh
H The work or Ihe l,ord In piocietB
lug in this part or the world, and Hicr-
Is a better reeling towards us Hi'"
has been for a long time, mid I !'
l'vo the ruturo willy see a grcite
harvest than wo have hud In Hu past
Have enjoyed my Inborn ovir hi I
ery much, but wi be gbid to get bur'
to my homo town, ns to mo It lo th
dearest spot on earth.
Ijocatcu In the prettiest little nllcy
lu Utah, Just at tlio foot of the grand
ol'l nountnlus, with natural un.lni
ige, Iho most healthy .dace lu the
oil, Mo live In; with fruits of ever
mu!S"l I1,1,1" ,1,e bc"1 ,hat '"""
produced; with every convcnlenco the
I";" could desire, and only a short
distance fiom Salt Lake City. A gar
den of JOdcn for a man who has means,
in ideal placo for the one who wishes
.in!32ki0 "l'.,,,,,m' J""' !l l)1(,co "ml Ih
dearly loved by those who llo there
tw."i b Uw lm'01' thal American
I-orl Is go ng lo havo a Homc-Comlug
Week. Why doesn't Pleasant Oroe
wake up to this, as It has been talked
This would bring many or our
friends back to tlio old town, and then
thoy would see whero they have made
a mistake in leaving us; and I sup
pOBo this Is ono reason why the Pleas
nr 'IroMj people haven't taken hold
or tho home-coming movement. How
ever, I bollovo it would he a good
Plan and perhaps somo or them who
havo moved away would sell out and
Success to the big booster edition,
and I hope it will have tho desired
effeel or making those who havo vIb
Ited Pleasant Grove sorry they did
not locate with us.
My best wishes to all and success
to the Review. Rcspeotrully,
JAMKS 1). TIIORNi;.
Celebration For July 24ifi
Preparation-. Should He Commenced
At Oiirr for a Hlg Celelira.
1 1 o II.
I leasanl drove will piolmhly bo de
populated tomorrow. Many will go
to the canyons, (iouovn will got a good
ly number but most or tho citizens
ulll go to Aiueilcan Fork and see the
big parade, take in the meeting and
Would It not bo well ror prepara
tions lo commence at once for it big
celobrntlon for Pioneer Day and ask
American I-'ork to Join us. Really
Hiero Is no time more henelltlng for
a big celebration than the anniversary
or tho day when tho pioneers first en
tered these mountain valleys and
started Iho building or this great lu
terinountalu commonwealth. Let the
celcbiation be n big ono and prepar
ations tor It bo commenced at once.
Tuesdaj, Hcoigo Tomllsoii tied his
horho up with Hie bridle relit at his
mothers placo, and when lusldo tho
horse, which Is about twenty-live
years ot age, pulled tlio brldlo off his
bend and ran awuy, llefoio he had
reached homo the buggy was smashed
completely, hardly onu whole part be
Mr. 'JoiiiIIhoii'm sister's twins were
lu the buggy, but were removed ait
Hie horse was tied up because ot rear
or their railing out, else they would
hae been lu the runaway and prqh
'Ihe other runaway happeiird Mou
day afternoon to .lohu (iurdner's rig.
Ills sou was going lo the packing
plant wllh fouit'on eases of laspher
lies In a light rig, when Hie colt which
he was driving became uumailage
able and young (iiirdiier Jumped. One
ease of berries was scattered over the
Interiirbiiu track and the other Htlr
teen so badl bruised Hint they coubl
not be shipped.
(Mtllllll O.N KI.TUHH
What Is piobahly the smallest moi'iej
older on record was Issued by the
Pleasant Orovo postolllco this week.
It was for :i contH and was drawn b
tho Johnson Investment company lu
favor or tho state treasurer. Tho state
iieastirer wrote Hint It required IS
cents to balance Hie amount due lu
settlement, and the. remittance eoulil
be made either b postolllco money or
der or bank draft As It would re.
qulio a trip of about four miles to get
a bank draft tho secretary or the
Johnson company lllled out an appli
cation lo Rural Carrier Hen W'nlkoi
and the latter turned It over In Post
mistress Luellu H. Tliorno, who made
out tho money order, mid it Is pre
binned Hi'- state treasurer's hooks now
It cost the state treasurer a two
rent stninp. one cent's worth or atn
tlonory ami ten cents worth or time
lo write ror the three eeuls. It cost
three ei'iits ror tho money order, a
two-cent stamp, one cont'n worth of
stationery and ten cents worth or (line
to sond It. It cost 2f cents or Ihe
reporter's time to write thin article
and Is taking $1.2G worth of our vain
able space to publish this account, so
tho total cost connected with Ibis 3
cenl money order is 1.7'J, and tho end
may not bo yet
mii:iiiiii:k iiv pahci'.i.s hist.
The loeal poslolllci Is iMTomlim
quite a infiiiim of deposing or t)u frull
crop. Last week a box of clien lo wax
mnt bv insured innll to ludlnnnpollK
Inil They arrived lu three days and
three das later the return card was
back. The addressee wrote that they
arrived in fllii' condition and wanted
Tills wi'elt other boxes of our Ins
clous cherries were sent by arrets
post In Spokane Wasln, St liuin. Mo
and to San Kranrlsco. Oil
I'ritlt Is not placed In the mull bagi
ml handled ,n curt fully ua it reqt
Aged Pioneer Goes -t
To Her Reward
l.'nrl) Xelller, Molher uiul (Jrnndmotli
cr of Mmij Lornl Prominent
Citizens, Mo.n at (ho
Age of 78.
Airs. L'li,nbcth Tomllsoii, ono of
PIciiBunt drove's oldest cltlzclis,
passed away Tuesday, after an Illness
lasting several montlin. Her husbiunU'
generally known ns "Captain" Toirill-,
son, died over ten years ago. Tho
couplo camo to Utah lu lSGt; mul to"
Plciisiiiit (Jrovo tho year following.'
Prior to this Mr. Tomllsoii was enp
tnln on a sailing vessel, honco Ills title
Kor years ho was delegated to raise
the Hag whenover Pleasant OrovoNiad
Mrs. Tomllson was born lu Notting
ham, England, In tho year 18I15. Slio
was tho mother ot eight children, six
of whom are living Mm. Anna Juno
Pierce, deorgo Tomllsoii. Mrs. Klln-
botli Olios. Alfred ToiuIIboii, Mrs. Knto
Oreeno and Mrs. May Yancoy. Mrat
Orcoiio resides In Salt Lako City ami
Mrs. Olios lu Santiago, tho latter being
tho only one a)scut at. tho funeral. 1
Slio had forty-llvo giandcblldrcn ninj
thirty -nluo groat grandchlldroiu
Among her descendants are ninny ot
the prominent cltlzeno ot Pleasant
Hlshop Olpln ot tho Klrst Ward pre
sided over tho funeral services, which
woro hold In tho Tabernacle yester
day afternoon. All tho speakers spoko
In I igh praise or the high character
i.i" Hie 'cco-wmI, her rnlthfulnvNH 111
church mnt tors and early sorvico nu
a pioneer lu helping lo subjugrto tho
Electric Gar Service
For July 15th
llMiiigiilslu'il VMIorM Tell of lie New
Cleclrli: Curs mid Hie Con .
" lempliited .Senlrr. '
V. C. Orem, president and general
manager, and W. R, Armstrong, nn
slstaut manager, or the Orem Interiir
biiu road; .ludgo Henry I. Moore, geiu
cral attorney ror tho road; 1 OaRoJi
Ins, representing the Nlles Car com
pany or Nlles, Ohio, who iimiitifnc
tured tho now electric cars for tho
road, I. W. Morshoy of Pittsburg, Pa.,
niprcBeiilliig tho Wcstlnghouso Hlcc
trlc coinpany, and O. U. Mctcalf ot
Sail Kianclsco, Cal., were in Pleasant
drove Wednesday and look dinner at
the Calmer hotel. After dinner the
coinpany went mi Its way to Provo.
Mr. Oii'in gave o7it tho good nowu
that tho company had Just received
eight electric cars, which ho hopes t
bo having lu operation between Salt
Lako City and Provo soon after tho
IGth Inst. Tho company will start out
wllh about sovon cars per day eacli
way, making fourteen cars dally in
and out or Ple.isant Clove. They will
commence soon to complete the new
station here, and Install an agent,
when they will go niter the biiBluou
lu dead earnest.
The substation at Llmloti Is prac
tically completed and the wiring for
the trolley lino will soon be up. Tim
roadbed Is rapidly, being placed hi
condition Tor rnst travel. It will Im
good news lo Iho people or Pleasaali
Orovo to know that a frequent, quid;
nnd modern service Is so close tic
Mr. Robins of the Nlles Car Miuuv;
rnetuiiiig company gives the follou--Ing
Interesting description or tio
eight curs that constitutes Ihe lulljal
equipment: Tliey aro all steel slaty
root long and with single arch inofs,
strictly modern lu every regard.
There will bo three compartments In
each car, express, Smoker and gen
eral passenger. The passenger coin
partmontB are nulshed lu frle.o plunli
and tin1 smoking compartment lu
leather. Thoy will be electrically
lighted wllh J (10 watt lamps, malting
It easy to read one's uowBpnpo,y wlillo
traveling at night
All the cars are lilted up with
Westlnghouse equipment. Under each
enr aro roar 110-horsepower Westing
Iioubo motors, giving the cars a safo
maximum speed capacity or slxtj,
miles per hour. ,
They lire arranged so as to perm t
or their operation either singh or ci
train, tho technical term being tlTt,
they havo multiple control. The saino,'
method ror stopping the ears has n' 1
been provided ror. One brakemau ' J.
operato n whole train, or should o 5
enr break loose It has a safely bra i
appliance that will stop It nutomntl -s
The ears will all be electrical'
heated, there lining thirty-two beaten
In each enr. There will bo n uentlri
capacity for sixty-two pansongers In'
each car ,
Mr. Robins, repreBoulluK tin' '"
manufacturing company, ami Mr M'T
shey of the Westlughouso couipi'i,
said that they never saw bofnrc v
good a rotiilbed for a new road Tlilrt
lw sttrlbuted to the raet. that the reui:
nany has beeii oporallng gasoline oarn
mid has already sol tied tho road rend
for the electric ears. i
Mr Orem titnted that the earn wonlCi
b" operated every two hours each v;
with an nfler theatre car lfter Hi"
shows at night
Tlio eight earn cani" rrnm 'h' M'i
Car MniiiifnrtiiriiiR rolnpln,, wnrKi
In Ohio on their own wheds 'fUrr
a'p two omaller onus for the Vfov'
ng en litUenra.
io,.?nt,?,l.l.c"1 ,,,llc"" 'ie liisls
mn,.i V Ulu "iwrtor say that the
neal t hey ato at tho Culincr hotel
wns eiijojed moro than any they over
U at the Hotel Utah.
Interurban Car Mixes
( With Water Wagon
. iontcid.1) the !);(i liitciuibau car
urn into the water wagon al the depot
crossing and knocked John West, Us
urlvor, olT his seat. Some say ho
Jumped. Ho roll onto the doubletrees
ami apparently tho wagon wheebi
passed over his leg, catiBing a severe
iiitilsc, but breaking no bones, do
was also cut in tho head and Tneo and
knocked unconscious. Ho regained
consciousness beloro reaching tho doc
tor, who took eight stitches lu a scalp
wound and othorwlso llxed him up,
Air West claims that tho car watt
coining backwards nnd that tho en
gineer gavo no signals ns ho up
pioachea tho street crossing, and tho
coming ot the car was obscured by
piles of limber.
I hough Mr. Wesl. will not bo on the
water wagon for koiuo time, tho doc
tor aays ho will bo nil right in a Bhoi!
IMMTI.TItr AS AilUSINKSS.
Uoimld Ashtou, advertising mali
nger for tho Western Poultry Journal,
wns lu Pleasant Orovo Thursday get
ting material for his tnngazlno. Hu
thinks Hint Pleasant Orovo would ho
an Ideal spot for au extensive poul
try business. Wo uro closo enough
in lo Salt L:iko City and Ulnghaui to
get n good market. There Is a great
demand for utrlctly dependable fresh
eggs and spring chickens.
.Mr. Asbton says that chickens do
much better If thoy havo she do lu the
Btunmer-tlnie. Tho great number of
orchards hereabouts would orovlde
this shade, besides supplying Insects,
eta, on which thoy mny feed. Ho re
ferred to several poultrymcn lu Salt
Lako county who aro marketing fiom
1,000 to 'P.00O per year rrom poultry.
Otic thousand lions if taken proper
care of ivlll yield nn Income of $1,G00.
Tlio birslnoss requires constant nud
palustiilclug core, but It gone Into right
will bring satisfactory rcsultu.
TWO Ji:W rACKIJW iiouseh.
Tito. VJtah Fruit Growers' Associa
tion 'hits' comhicncctl tho ercctlonln
I'rovo or whnt will bo ono of tho lur
Bout packing Iiousch In tho Btnto. An
other packing Iiottiio will be built nt
Orem on tlio bench on tho now luler
Hrbait lino In tlmo for tlio fnll nhlp
.uent or fruit Tho one nt Provo will
havo a lloor space of 8,000 square feet
and will bo triangular It. shape, with
facilities, ror cloven tuiiniM to unload
on ono side, wlillo cars may bo load
ed on the other two sides with no
blooklng or tralllo.
ItROKi: ARJl (JHANKIJitt AIJ'IO.
LaBt Sunday, whllo L. W. Luntl wiih
cranking his iiulomohlle, tho crank
How back and broke his nrni In the
wrist. Mr. Lund did not know It nt
tho time, but aHor sustaining tho froo
turo ho drove to SprlngvUlo mid re
turned. Uut it caused him to loose ho
much sleep Hint idglit that he visited
tho doctor nexl, morning, who told him
the, result, and put tho flrm in splints
Moral. Use u soir-starter or don't
crunk your aut.o on Sunday.
ihisy ,sci:m:k at cain(-' i'J.am1.
Tuesday a hsiir dozen uiasons com
menced laying brick on tho new can
ning ructory The walls will be rour
brick thick up to Hie first story. The
second ono will bo three brick Illicit,
Tim walls will require 12fi,000 brick
nnd will bo completed In about Iwcnty
llvo days. Work will bo rushed un
rapidly im possible
Tho cnmihig plant Ih about. Ihe bus
iest placo in lowji. In nil thero lire
about twenty men employed making
oxcavatlons, liaulljig gravel, building
forms, pouring1 gravel, laying brick and
loading mason. KveryHilUK " C'B
done II rut class.
Apostle Lynlati of Salt Lake' visited
our local Suiubiy Schools on Sunday.
Mrs Kmlly Nelson or Salt I aki City
Is Hie guest Tor u week or Mr. nnd
Mrs. 11. More-It.
Mr. mid Mrs. Ooovgu Ash or Suit.
Lako city wll spend tlio next few
days with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Monitor.
Mei'4ir8. Trunk and Murfim Oates or
l,oh! uie canvassiiigttlio Uiwn.lu lh
InteroBl or aluminum cookliig utensils.
Dr. O, n. Ortiit and Mr. and Mrs
Joseph V. Tliorno were Hprlngvllle
You will llud everylhlnp I" "'orr
Ulinudlso that you want, and the kind
Ihal von want, at Chlpwnn' "";
MIsb Marlon Tanner wtm visiting
rebillven at Salt Lnkn Iho drat or the
1 Mf. nnd Mrs. Leonard Went id. Mur
j' r' y woro Pleaiinnt Orovo luliori "
urdiiy and Sunday.
WnlUr llrown or Salt Lako CUV '
Ik re ror a vacation, which will lit
Icut Hi htiiF njul violtlug frJ ?mla
B1 mM The Colorado Utah
K Fruit and Produce Go. (
EK ii'-s-icit i.AitiMr.R sntr.irr Im
H DENVER IJi
H A. C. MONSON, President Iffi
H Vice President Pioneer v State Hunk,, W
R-i--l j W
Mb !' V. HT1010I), Vice President SB1
1 Lnrgo Fnill O rower, - Hooper, Utah i
HH R Q, KURNAIil), Treasurer M ,
Incorporated Capital, $25,000. m
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF 1 1
UTAH FRUITS AND PRODUCE I
We want growers to write i:h icgardliig new stylo, luexpenslvo W V
packages to ubo lu shipping uarload lots ot fruits U Denver, nud IH ' I,
nearby markets, savlung the grower lu cost or pnekngo and pack- I H '
lug. Write us Tor panrtlculnrs at onco. f '
Colorado-Utah Fruit & Produce Co. if (h
'Mrs. Tom Croinplou hint gono to Salt
Lake tor n ton days' visit.
Lester Kirk arrived homo this week
from tho Ulntnh Reservation. Mr.
Kirk reportB everything prospering
Mr. L. W Lund, Mr. nud Mrs, W. L
Hayes, Mr. nud Mrs. Joseph W. Hnlll
duy attended tho funoral or Mrs. Carrie
Nielsen nt Springvlllo Wednesday.
Frank Attwood emtio down rrom
Salt Lako City Wednesday. Mr. Alt
wood Is helping to audit the books or
tho Granite school district.
Pleasant drove nnd Lludon people
You can get four cars to, American
Fork on tho Intertirbati ouch day and
Cblpmau's have the niorchnndlso and
low prices. I-H
Miss Efllo Wnrnlck lias been engag
ed lo leach domestic sclenco tho com
ing wlntor In' the Cedar City branch
or tho Agricultural College.
Mini) Annie RmmiUBBcn, who ban
been upending tho past year lu Salt
Lako City, arrived home Wednesday
for an Indefinite stay.
Mrs. William Wareiiskl of Murray
Is spending a row days in Pleasant
Orovo, tho guest or her Blstcr-ln-law,
Mrs. M. F. Cttlnicr.
WA NT Ull Local agent ror our fruit
fruit company, reliable man acquaint
ed with growers mid with tlio frull
business, packing, loading cars, etc.
See our dlspluy ad lu today's Issue.
Colorndu-Utnh Fruit, and Produce Co.
M28-3I Larimer Bticet, Denver, Colo
rado. Mr and Mrs J. W. Thoino and her
daughter, Win,, Joseph K. Tliorno,
Mrs. Maggie Korroiuioii, Mr. 13. R. Hitl
lliluy, Mr. and Mrs. Sweu Nlolson and
Mr, mid Mrs. Jcppc Nlolson nttended
the funeral of Mrs. N, K. Nlolson id
Springvlllo and accompanied tho re
uiiilnn back to Pleasant Orovo.
If you live within twenty miles or
American l-'ork anil cannot get what
you waul, you can depend on getting
It at Chlpniati'H. t-ll
Mr. nud Mm. Marlon Rogers and
Mr. and .Mrs, Alonzo llushuimi or
Siiowilake, Ariz,, wore guests or Mr.
mid Mrs. Lawrence Moiisnu the past
week. Mm. Rogern ami Mrs. Iliishmnii
are sisters or Mrs, Monson. Mrs.
Rachtiel Smith or Snowilnke, mi aunt
or Mrs. Monson, is horp now.
Last Tuesday evening Viola Young
uuil Kllou Stag entertained at u bundle
shower In honor or Kiln Deveraux, at
the homo or Viola Young's parents,
Thoso present woro the Intended bride,
Kiln Deveraux, and bridegroom, Cyrus
Aiidriis of Trenton; the Misses Viola
Young, Kllen Stngg, Cm RasBinusBon,
Fstella Jensen Margie Smith, draco
Rlehens, Flora Soreimen, the Messrs.
Arnold lllcblns, Allen Rlehlns, Lloyd
Rlchlns, Fred Young, Samuel Hilton,
Owen Christiansen, Mrs. P. O. Jensen
and Mr anil Mrs. W, F. Young. A
luncheon wan served and a good time
was had by all present.
A sample copy of thojtovlovs in an
Invitation for you to got on oui n.ib
Horlptlou list. Only Jl.t.O jmr year
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Mrs. Sam Jorgenson gayo birth to u ' lllr'j
baby girl Friday AH - nlcoly. Vm j
The stork left a liu boy at tho iHr''1
homo of Peter Christiansen Mondny. m
The Misses Cora Wadloy, Ornce SSRlI
Rlchlmi and Rita Thornton entertained i
al a bundle shower lu honor of MIbb , ffljwf i,1
Helen Wadloy, Wednesday evening, Ail v Bhv J
enjoyable tlmo was bad by all. IM3I -
Mr. A, Hall wan u Plensaiit Orovo Nffl '
visitor Wednesday. Ho Is nt Provo InY
during the summer to hnndlo tho tied- ffil
qulst busluesa there In tho nhsonco of wPi '
Alex. Iledqulsl, who Is on nn custom mP ' I''
bimluesn trip. Mm. ,'
Mrs, James and Mrs. Oscar Otcr ot wSllH
Idaho aro visiting friends hero and 3 '. '
lu Ameiicau Fork, With James nnd IffiJl'
John Nolsou mid fnmllloa thoy spout JSPf
last Wednesday on Provo bottoms vis- Scuii
ltlng with J. K. Allen. jJsBlj, ,
; . - mi
Mm. J. 1). Thonio rocelvcd u tele- itfjlt
gram rrom Shelley, Idaho, Tuesday, -ff i
, lellliig or the dciith or Mniirluo Cutler, j Iy
Ihe .'I-yenr-old baby or Myrtlo Tliorno llSli'ls
. Cutlor The baby died or pneumonia '" M
rollowlng u serious case of whooping e?jfil
cough. kMi -ft
i f?Vfl lis
President Lyninn of tho Quorum or ffljfl f
the Aposllcs, with S. L. Chtpmnu, &' '3
Jnmeii II. Clurko mid A. J. lSviius of ii''VB
the slnko presidency, nttonilcd Sunday Wflfc' 'j
School hero Hominy, going to Manila flsE- ''
In Iho afteruoou. President Lyman's ' '
visit wiih for tho purpose of rcorgnn- ifflfri' L'
l.lug the locnl circle. ' WW1 f
Kin llnllldny, Jack Pierce and Par- !''. f!l,
ley Nlolson camo down rrom tho Utah jM), (!,
Centennial properly lu American Fork Sk1. -.
can) on to upentKtho Fourth of July. MX, e"'
They report the property looking hot- !9' 'r'
ter than over. One shift linn been fol- Wm't i'l
lowing a ulcn Hlrluger or oro lii tlm EX ; 'a
uprnlhe and miolber shift has been ffl .
pushing Iho tunnel into tlio mountain. HK'
Thoro urn three soainn lu tho face of Jil'
the luniiel coming doner together :u aK' 'I
work pi ogresses. IjKJ ' M
Dm. WcBlphal nud Ortia spent tlm flfj .
past week up on the Strawfiorry, WmI ' '(!
camping mid Hulling. They report u U, ' J
delightful (Imo. They 'iniiilo Hie trip fiK' '
by unto, leaving hern at 8 p. nf. mid iffH 1
arriving at tho Strawberry reservoir K
al about midnight. The trip up was jra ,
made by way or the government road, ifflf ! j
which Is a regular boulovnrd. Tho fWjl f
trip back was by way or Daniels WL i:
Creek nud was mnilo in iibuut tho Sffij '
same time. Hj,
Chlpiiiiin Mercitutlle Companies' Dig KM i
Dopartiuent Store, largest lu Utnh iffi J
county, 10 to B0 employeen, which flflff i
means that wo teed mid cloth hyjftho Wm
nuiployuieut wo give 110 husbands; .'10 Ml ,
hIvoh nud nbouL'.00 cliUdreii. Wc.buy JV
jour horses, your eggs, chickens, hay, ffi&
grain mid pioduco. Wo stdl ou good aEPt
uiercbaudlsn al reasonable prices. 'iWo P
let every worthy ludlvlduul have wlint tnt, '
they need whether thoy haVo tlio moil- VX. ,
ey or not. An honest person always wf ' ;j
tries to pay his debt. Rend our u'd nit mm " j!
first pngo. ffl d
CLARENCE M. BECK; f j ' "ij
I.AWYRK M '
Pniclicos in any roiirt. w
Chlpmmi llmiK Rullillng, Room I IN i
AMIIUICAN CORK. UTAH. v4 ffl
am f I , 11
I PLEASANT GROVE ROLLER MILLS K ffi j
3 .llnuufiirltirers of Ihe Fhit'-t tirmles of Flour. ', M , J ij!(
I Uiu ot the light kinds of boost., for your home town la to alwuy IXfi , jll
insist on having Hie big (' brand IJjta i'$
I A, 10. COOPIfiH, Prop. ijfl
I PLDAbANT OROVi:, t : t UTAH 4 l
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