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1: -v AMERICAN- FC-ftK mTlgft) SATURDAY. JULY 4, lfrlJ. -- .... M
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I American Fork Locals and Personals
H Attornoy J. Trncey Wootton wos
H attending court nt I'rovo Monilny.
H Earl RobtiiBon Ictt for ui extended
HI'-'"' stay at tlio sheep herd Monday.
H Jumna Parker was a Proo visitor
H ;' Mrs. Sam Kelly of llingham is here,
H visiting her mother, Mrs. John Deck.
HI Mrs. Alonzo Ikmnn of Tooele Is
M here visiting n few days.
mB 1 Lehl people, If you can not find what
jflflfc' you want In Lehl, you can get It at
jflB Olilpmnu's Dig Ked Store. 4-1 1
BB .Mr. liny Hoover of I'rovo was a
H guest or MIhh i:IIzp Hlndlev Sunday
IBB and Monday.
jmBJ Miss Laprlel llobliiBon of Hinckley,
iRBJ Utah, Is here visiting at the home of
9BB .Mr. nnd MrB. V. K. Robinson.
H .Messrs .Marlon Robinson and Durn
gjBB Harrington motored to I'rovo Sunday
BBJ nnd'spept the day.
fBjH James Chlpman, Jr., spent thu fore
IMU part of tho week In Salt Lake, taking
ESI treatment from a specialist.
,;BI MrB. W. S. Chlpman nnd daughter
'9nfl Plorcnco, wcro Intcrurbnn passengers
iBJB . to Salt Lake City Monday.
BH Mrs. Jennie Strong entertained nt
flH n dinner party Saturday in honor of
iHj ' her sister, Miss Annlo Slack's birth
"WM Mr- "d Mrs. Frank King of Ring-
BJ lmm are here visiting with friends
BJB and relatives. '
- Margaret Ingorsoll of Salt Lake
H spent Saturday and Sunday here with
HB her folks.
BjB Mack Roundy of I'rovo motored to
IBfl ' American Fork Monday and spent tho
H Q. Morlo Taylor of i'rovo was here
Thursday visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
IBB Kennedy Thornton, Ed. Ulackhurst,
1MB Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Anderson nnd Mr.
SIb and Mrs. Van Deuson motored to Pro
Hi, vo -Sunday nnd spent the day with
mLl Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Edmonds, Mr.
jpj and Mrf. T F Corbott, Florence, Ed-
1 BS1I' munds and Ray Jones enjoyed n llsh-
Wjm ing.trlp to American Fork canyon Sat-
vJOk urday and Sunday. Tho party report
' Shm n 00' "mo nn(- fl" success.
Bgfl Mr. and Mrs. Lester Leffior of Provo
ti nro tt0 Ruc,tB ot Mr and Mrs. Vorn
Bt Walker this week.
Mtjjffi Don't forgot tho Lako Resort. Fish
BJB' Ing Bathing Uontlng Dancing. WiU
BAB son's big boat from Qcnovn will bo at
i ffitM 'e -jako Resort during Homo Coming
' Week, Luncheon on tho grounds.
Wjm Camping houses for thoso who want
BJB them. A good placn to spend a day
, BJB or week. 4-it
IB Chlpman Mercantile Compnnlcs' Rig
IB Dopartmont Store, largest In Utah
J county, 40 to HO employees, which
H means that we feed and cloth by the
BB employment w0 give 30 husbands, 30
, D wives and about 200 children. Wo buy
BBT your horses, your eggs, chickens, hay.
' ' OBf Kruln and produce. We sell you good
HH merchandise nt reasonable prices. We
RMi lt every worthy individual have what
BSj thoy need whether they have the inoii-
Bjfl. y or noL An honest porsou always
BHJ tricB to pay his debt. Read our ad on
Kfli first page.
WM Att "tuted in last Issue Miss Ktmnii
Bj! Greenwood and Mr. Win. Anderson of
BjBjj Salt Lake City were married In tho
DBff Salt Lake Temple. Thursdny evening
H' at the home of the bride's parents,
MBEJ Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Greenwood, an
- JB elaborate wedding reception was gl-
IBfl ven to which the relatives and most
SBJ Intimate friends were Invited. Mr.
'; Bflj' and Mrs. Anderson will make their
Bfll home in Salt Lake, where tho groom
H l employed. Thoy havu a host of
ML friends who wish them many yenis
" DH of happy married life.
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Vorn Chllds of Sprlngvllle Is here
visiting friends and relatives.
U. N'i Chrlstenseii went to Salt Lake
Tuesday on business.
StuVo Shelley wont to Salt Lake
Monday on business.
The "Kangaroo," llvo reel sp'cclnal
feature will be exhibited at the Orient
lu tho very near future. 4-lt
Mr. Iloug of Salt Lako was hero last
Saturday and Sunday visiting with
Miss Anna Hamnett.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyruin Ulackhurst
were In Salt Lako Monday to nttend
the funeral of Mrs. John L. Lloyd.
.Mrs. Sam 0 recti wood returned Mon
day after an extended visit lu Logan
and Salt Lake, visiting her daughters.
Miss Josln Greenwood returned home
Sunday after enjoying n fow wcoks In
Chleago nnd other eastern cities.
Pleasant Grovo and Llndon people
You enn get four enrs to American
Fork on the Interurbnii each day and
Chlptnan's have the merchandise and
low prices. 4-lt
Do you notice the great Improve
ments lu your old homo town? Tnku
a stroll over the city It's worth tho
Harry Llndley, "Daddy" Ilairatt and
Jesse Klrkman aro home from St. An
thony, Idaho, where they have been
for the poBt two weeks.
Sunday afternoon Mrs, E.J. Jacob
son entertained at a birthday dinner
lu honor of her daughter, Mrs. Lon
ord 13. ( Herbortsen of Pleasant Grovo.
Miss Alice Holmun of this city, came
home Monday after spending n fow
days with her mother, Mrs. J. Holmnn
Mr. and Mrs. G. It. Sheltou nnd fnm
! lly of Salt Lako aro hero visiting with
Mrs. Shelton's pnrents, Mr. and Mrs.
When you see n mnn who kisses his
children In public, you mny bo pretty
suro that ho keopB tho Bents of tholr
pantaloons wol' dusted ut homo.
Miss Inls McDonald of Provo, re
turned homo Sunday after spending
a few dnyB with Mr. nnd Mrs. Len
If you llvo within twenty miles of
Amorlcnn Fork nnd cannot got what
yon want, you can depoud on getting
It at Chlpmnn's. 4-lt
Mr. and Mrs. John ninka nnd bnby
havo roturned from Sprlngvllle, whore
thoy hnvo been visiting Mr. Dinks'
imrentB. Thoy intend to remain here
until after tho Fourth.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Oalsford, Mr.
JamoB Oalsford and Mr. Chaso Trim
ble arrived hero Sundny morning
from Tooelo to spend Homo Coming
Week. Thoy wore nmoiiB ninny of tho
early "birds" to arrive.
Mr. Ellsha Holoy has been confined
to his bed for sometime suffering with
hemorrhage of the stomach. Mrs.
Laura Froneom Is taking his place as
bookkeeper nt the Holey meat and
grocery store until Mr. Holey be
comes Bufllclontly able to return to
Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Gnlsford wero '
Salt Lako visitors Monday. Thocapltal
Is tho hotrest place in the state nowf
adnys; business In most lines appears ''
and many report quiet; tho resorts nro '
getting tho crowds;thoBe compelled to
remain In the city looks tired, worn
out nnd grouchy never a smile until '
you show them u piece of money, then
I they aro all smiles until they got it
j when, without an effort, the tired,
I grouchy look is there again Many
! roport they nro coming down for
Home Coming Week show them a
good time -they are entitled to It
m I OPERA HOUSEl
'j AMKHIOAN FORK, I'TAII. L. S. HARRINGTON, Mgr.
B, THE "OUSE WHERE YOU GET
Ml YOUR FULL MONEY'S WORTH.
JH SEE OUR ALL STAR PROGRAM THIS WEEK
H "THE LEECH OP INDUSTRY"
tml 3 Parts .1 I
Ml I "THE Fill INC. LINK"
;; I "A DASH FHOM THE SOUTH A f lhQ c,lU Wnr
I H I TO THE NORTH" "IDLEKICU"
jfflH I 3 Parts-:i
H I Griping Melodrama lull of Thrills
Wm f ur pvogriun docs not vnry tit miy tin."
. 3mM I " Amoricnn programs ri.i nt this theatre-
1JI I WELCOME HOME HOMEOOMERS
Mr. Foil Green went to Salt Lake
Tuesday on business.
Entertain' your friends at n box par
ty at the' Orient. They'll npprcclate
It. .. 4-lt
The most progressive little clt)'
first Homo Coming Week Is now on..
Karl Jockson Is homo from Provo
canyon, where ho hns been Hpandlng
his summer vncatlon.
Miss Cosette Startup of Provo, wai
tho guest of Mrs. Clifton Pierce Sat
urday and Sundny.
Mrs. Dcmont Hanson has accoptcd
a position nt tho Golden Rule Store
until after tho holidays.
The Misses KuaStcwarUaml Gleone
Lund of Pleasant Drovo, were here
Saturday, .visiting with Mrs. Steve
Tho Misses Hlanch and Del in a. Wool
ton of Salt Lako aro horo visiting
with Miss Ruby Wootton.
Miss Rcnh Hamnett of Alpine re
turned homo Monday after n fow dayi
visit with her sister liorc In Amorlcaa
If you wnnt to konw what's wfiai
lu high class pictures, go to the Ori
Chloc Thorno and Lavina Oloson of
Plensant Grovo are hore visiting with
Miss Thorno's sister, Mrs. Clarence
J. L. Duhkley, secrenry of tho Home
Coming Committee, has received
thirty-three prizes of various natures
from several of tho wholesalo manu
facturers nnd Jobbers.
Haven't you a relative or friend In
some distant town who would enjoy
reodlng this paper weekly? It beats
lettor writing and only costs $1.50 a
year. Try It. tf
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Shofskl, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Robert Cross nnd family, George
Pnyno nnd Samuel Williams of Salt
Lako, wore the guest of Mrs. George
J. Sinclair Sundny.
For the Information of tho city's
guosts.Tho cltl-on will stnto that our
cement sidewalks covers thirteen
miles and within tho noxt few yours
all sidewalks within tho city limits
will bo pnved.
Joy's photo gallery open Friday,
Saturday and Monday, July 3-4-6. 4-lt
Mrs. Grosbcck of Payson arrived at
tho homo of her sister, Mrs. W.- W.'
Southworth. Tuesday, to spend the
Wo turn out nent and quick 'Job
work. Try R, '
John Hunter, a leader In many other
ways, has erected a thirty-foot flag
polo on hlB lawn, from which floats ,
A state Inspector vlBited American
Fork during tho past week and found (
ono barber who was not properly '
sterilizing his razors. As a punish
ment ho gavo the offondlng shnver i)
Prof. N E. NoycB of the Snow Acad
emy, Ephrulm; Mrs. I.011U0 Mcllrlde,
Mrs. L. It. Noycs. Dr. L. U Xoyca and
Lyman Noyea of Provo, spent Sunday
visiting nt the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Joy's photo gallery open Friday.
Saturday and Monday, July3-l.fi. Mt
Mr. and Mrs. Washburn Chlpman,
Sr entortnlned Sunday nt a family
dlnnor In compliment to their grand
ton, J. Wesley Chlpman, who left on
Tuesday, June 30, for a mission to
Clreat llrltnlu. Covers were laid for
City Park I
1 Friday, July 3rd
AM. FORK vs. LINDON
Saturday, July 4th 2.30
AM. FORK vs. LEIII
Both will be interesting
games. Don't fail to see I
Miss Myral Citssudy of Provo is hero
tlsltlng Miss Rebn Parker.
Jo)'s photo gallery open Friday,
Saturday and Monday, July 3-4-0. 4-lt
llHrold Cnssndy of I'rovo was nn
American Fork visitor Tuesday.
Milton Chlpman of Prow, was hero
visiting his parents Huiida.v.
Ronald N'Icholes Hpent Sunday nt
the state capital.
Miss Edna Hull of Salt Lake was
here visiting friends In American Fork
Miss Laven Forbes of Alpine was
here visiting American Fork friends
The Misses Vera and Lllln McKcn
ney of Fairfield are here visiting with
friends nnd relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Southworth
ipunt Sunday In Salt Lake, visiting
Orvnl Singleton, Clifford Cassady,
Harold Mitchell and Ren lluish of
Provo spent Tuesdny here, visiting
Mrs. Charles Thorno of Pleasant
Drove was horo Tuesday and Wednes
day, visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Mrs. V. M. Groo hns returned homo
from Salt Lako nftor a ten days' visit
Miss GoldaCrooks of Eureka Is hore
to spend the week with her grandpar
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs, James Crooks.
Frank Wngstnff returned to his homo
Wednesday after working In Salt Lako
for tho past month.
Mrs. Will Chlpmnn returned home
Tuesdny after a few (toys' visit with
relatives In Snlt Lake.
Bennlo Walton returned homo on
Tuesday after working lu Salt Lako
for five weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dnhll and chil
dren of Silver City nro hero visiting
with Mrfl. Dnhll's brother, Mr. Thomas
Mr. Hartel Parker, who has Hpent '
the paBt iiluu months in Aurorn, Nov..
returned homo Friday. Mr. Parker i
has accepted a position In tho KnlghtH
Trust & Savings tlnuk lu Provo.
U-onnrd Wilds ami Leone Adams,
wbo Imvn been working nt Hip tjuIMi
man mlno in American Fork canyon,
aro hore to spend the week with their
TELKPHONK FOR IHWH-COMKHS.
ru,'le r1'owl"K explains itself:
Editor Clt 7.011, American Fork, Utah
To?TTVT!',, a'"nl States
Tol. ft Tel. Co. Imvn Installed n tele-i
phone hi tho old American Fork hotel
Ul,d,n Yhlc,h' ns ' understand"
-0,J0 tho ''"nJaunrters of tho Home
.omers. This telephone Is freo to all
parties, ,,d I thought perhaps you
I T.,0 usy Orient Theatre &, -
:. T tin: ui'AiiiTV of oru Pinntrs '' vou u
feature ,,, jAK,: Y0, nKnKm . ' T M
4. house. Till! NAMK. I n ,," S
$ Jl HO
A mlNgiildcil man Is n lucky mini 11 hen hc guide hlm 0 ihlb . M
T Ql'AMTY AS A 1'I.KAKl'IIK SMKKIU MOMMY, JTIA-'firii It
4 "TEN NIGHTS IN A BAR ROOM' ta
In D mng ilflcient reols BM TJ
T A play with 11 mornl nnd ono thnt will long In, remembered.' u .
T than n million temperance I ctures. Not l.eenuso of lt JH Th
X moral lesson only, but because or Its strongly M 'tMr
noted Hcenea and bet itlfitl heart Interest H an V
:will tills feature he welcomed by , B probal
every cyo and every mind. B jiullcil
Y H great-'
NOTI3 If you nro looKing lor nomeono nfler eight o'clock ta 1 9fl 'rmC
the Orient Satisfaction with over ticket. Wo change our p'roer 9i '"Tc
4 dolly Always something new inn1 different. Wo gV(. ,, ""IH
pleasure than the money It coBts. rel
. 7BJI some
would publish thu telephone number In
tho next Issuo of your paper, which
would bo of some benefit to people
desiring local connection.
The number of (his telephone Is l-'l.
Trusting this will bo of some con
venience to tho visiting Home-Comers,
nlso to our local people, 1 beg to re
main, YourB very truly,
II. H. HURT, Manngor
SVAY CM'R im:portei
Joseph Iugci'B3lI has purchased tho
Dick Adams building on Merchant St.
next to the Granite club. He lias
rented It to Ira Chlpmnn and Peter
Adnmsou. It is reported thnt tho now
lessees will open an institution of
learning In opposition to tho 0:1c that
has been In successful operation for
the past eighteen months.
Mnny peoplo wender why tho city
holds down the lid bo tightly on the
drug stores, yet penult tun open Joints
nil over tho city. City Attornoy
Whltecotfon snya that tho city l.i ho'p.
less lu tho matter; that It is up to tho
county to put tho clubs out of busi
ness. Tho city last wcok arrested Joseph
Ingorsoll for tho unlawful sale of
Intoxlcntlng lluuor to two minors. Tho
boys wero intoxicated and when ar
rested nnd thrown In jail, thoy con
rcssod to where they obtained tho beer.
Tho result wns tho nrrest of Inger
boII. It Is now r ported tho boyu havo
left tin city, 1,0 the enso will hung lire
for tlm present.
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J TOEX.RESIDENTs'Si S
We vynnt to take im , JM
mei.t of your tlmo to urge mM If
to call nt our onice, opposite uv . ,' r
orna,.9, and suhserlho for mM Jd,
old hpmo pnpor. ,BJ
For Bovornl WCfkj vv0 mTP t ?'
innlllng you a copy of our r''B hl,
telling of our great I lome-Com- !,i
Ink Week, and giving the lc..H ,r(
dental nows of your old homefl 1,
town. How do )ou like uil-BJ th
Hnvo wo not been worth the read- m
lug? For tho next year jou ll
nlso be Interested In reading H ,,
what your friends are dolni- In t g
your old home lovvn. if f on BJ -
llilnk HiIk pleaKuio would be1 I
worth l.r.o, come lu and ub-- H ,
scribe. 1 BJ
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Choice Out Flowers 'I
Ferns and Florul Design. H
Send to tho Lehl Flcrnl l'u, LtkL I
Telephone 2H-J. We delher B
promptly im m
WELCOME TO HOME-COMERS I
rT' AMHRICAN FORK HOTTMN'Cl WORKS wtciuls .111 In- I
- Jltntlon to visitors to call at their plum during Home-
Loniliig Neek nnd Inspect our up-to-untu, modoni plant and BJ
Biimple our hlgh-gnido Bummi-r ilrlnkB All lliivoro- Free of , BJ
Chnrge. Sold by nil denlers. BJ
We respectfully solicit your pntrofingo
II. S. KASAWSSKN. M
l'hoiu ?". American Fork, Utah
FACTORY ON KAST STATK STRH1JT.
HOME COMERS I
We cordially invite you to make I
our big department store your head- I
quarters and resting place. Come in, I
give us a smile and have a cool drink I
at our fountain. We will be glad to 1
We were organized in 1868 ad' I
Have been growing ever since. We I
arc proud of our record, both in I
growth and our reputation for square I
dealing in honest merchandise. We I
carry nothi g but standard d
able goods; the kind that makes satis- I
ned customers. I
ALL -TOMER GOODS GOZNG AT OUT PRICES I
Am. Fork Co-op. Inst. I
"The Store With a Consiencc" I
" ' 11 sToinis, sUii. I