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iff :---- : AMERICAN FORI, CIT1.X!TDAY' OCTOUER 3, 1014.
14 AMERICA?! I'OKK CIT1ZUM
') A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT
One Year jl,50
j blx Months SUo
J Ofllec: Opposite Tubernnele. Phtn ki
Entered us Becond-Clsss Matter at
1'ostomce at American Fork, Utah.
1 L. W.AllsFORD Mana.tr
KH ; s' w- uuss Kdiior
Wm ' State ProhibiHon Convention
BB J leading
BB i;f WulkolS 111 l lull Signed U CUll
BH v M " ''lg state wide iirolilhltlun coh-
BH Hi tentlon to be held In Hull Lake City
BB 'i 1 Monday, telling of Iliu
BH ', desirability or organizing the
IH oiiluuii foiccs mill K'-'t tin ti lendy for
BflH ' , ""' fa" ra'"I'uU;M cull j'oen on
KR i ', "T)l" hh: success Ih leportod
BH il'" West Virginia, tho governor
HB , willing dim i,ft(.r fuw months of
VH ucluiul piohlbltlon "(he results tire
HH marvelous to everybody, oven
EK supporting thu now iflm."
IH lollowlug neighboring suites
IH vott tho 'lUostlon of stute-wldo
B i prohibition this H-iir: Colorado, Call-
HB ' loinln, Washington, Oregon ami Idu-
jB for nn amendment to thu
JH federal constitution In favor or nu-
m llon-wld,. iirohlbltlon Iti gaining Iiii-
B Under those favorable aiiBpIcea wo
H believe that the present Is tho time
B " f)1' iiioi'u systematic, co-oporutlve, und
H energetic work In our own state. Wo
H therefore cordially invito you to meet
B ' I" convention at Salt Luke City, on
' i ' Octohur 6th, m itarratt Hull, 4:15 p.
H Ti:.vciii;its or eoi.viius
B ' " An Institute or all tho school
B Sf,( 'B or Utah nnd uub counties will be
B fl )U'UI "l Hl'1,,llfll1 Fork Octohur Uth and
H U: , Through tho elTorts or County Supt.
H ,'' J- I'reston Creer, Dr. John It. Klrlt,
B I I'l-esldcut or the Stat.) .Normal School
B 111 r lissourl, will attend thu inutitutu
B i "l"1 bo thu principal speaker. Dr. Kirk
KH .' ls "u of tl10 udiicutors who visited
FikU through L'luh county durliiK thu N. Ji.
H m) A- convention at Salt Lnko City two
B -I'! ' years ago. y
H ''CTJ Utlior sjicakcr cr note who will at-I
B il .'i11 thcjnstltulo aro: Dr. Ooorso ll.l
B V'TH Luko'CUySclioolB, l'ror. Mosluh Hall,
B nA J Hs3 Ll'zb'eth QuultroUKh, 1'rlmnry
H' .Vi) Supt..of tho Salt Lnko City Schools.
M f lift ARE YOU GOING TO VOTE?
H Hi Thu election next month Is u most
H Ml important one. Many who will want
B ik ' t0 vot0 "r" "ol yot rc'K,Btcr,;i1' 'f yo
B $ff " (l!l1 l,ot voto two '''H"8 no your niuno
B tdi '" 110t " "l0 "8t8, To huVo reglator-
B L$ffl od for thu City election onu year ao
B Urn ia "ol Hlllllck'"t' tll(J county election
H i&L Is what counts.
B '-Ml Thoru are four moro days yet ro-
B .M uialiiiiiK In which to reclstor, Octo-
B viW l)ur r - 1:l nll(1 -7.
H 'M OCTOIIint 'JOTII, Al'l'1,1: DAV
B jM '- 1'iiosduy, Octohor 0th, has been set
H jfj "l"rt for Apple Day all over Utah
B I J "lul u Unit day tho Utah raised up-
H 'l l'lcs will be "ltliiK." in every locality
B ,J whoro thu luscious fruit is raised thu
B I displays will be hold.
B t1l- movement for a special day ror
H j . tipples was started by Suit Lake Com-
B .'! nuirclul club a year ago and It wnn
B J vary surcossful. Utah apples wore
B 5 r- ''''" by tho people nnd pronounced
B j B tlu 1,,,sl oVor Thl8 ycur '" ay "It
H M will bo better than over."
H ,, DISTHICT CIM'ItT OTKS
H '" the DlKtilct (''ourt this week the
B ' follouliif,' cases or local Interest wcie
B ' ' R-'t or otherwise disposed or:
B t Ver Hiihioii omoriril a plea or kuIIIj
B ; 'I K'Mtulory otrenso; senteiieiico set
H ' ror September
B st"u of I'tnh s. Joseph Youiiko-
B ''org, October ; American Fork CItj
B I VH' 'aWr,,u' Johnson, October &
' I',,1 c"' Franklin Smith, Octo'
H l' ', 'r 10: State .r riah vs. Carl Auder-
H , , m" Oflober ;; V. . Harnett, nil-
H , uli)Utriitor, , Oormim K, Kllsworth
H ,' ut- "' continued ror term; Utah llank-
B p.- '"',' Co- V8, J"""' Olur, October 17;
H w- s- I'ooketliorn . Kdward Wad-
B' i i !0" A""10 " u'"lmll vs. Samuel 1).
B V l nnilniHll. October lil; State. of Utah vs.
B ! Vvlor Adamson et. al October 21.
B ' fi ''"""O )ii''ii ami Malils Selected
B i'l i I'rovo. Sept. 2C.Mlss Mario Spar
K I1 for(1 f Pioo, has been chosen (iieon
B ir 2 t0 ru,)roso,lt l'tl1'1 county nt tho Car-
B 1 "lval 0f C0lltl"1 t(l to held at the
B'( lul 8,1,to flr- Tim luulds or honor are
B',. ' M,HS t'nry IluRhes, Spanish Fork:
m i jLj Ml8B Jn Ulckurson, American Fork;
Bn , i Ml Mo,v" Ueck- Alplno, and Miss
W ' Lul j Tlotjuu, Sautaquiii.
J " i
BB J B IVv Print lliiiler IVrnnK-rs ((I
LIST OF WINNERS M. I. A. FAIR
.lan l.luu I'rl.es ami Jtlbbois
Maril Coiilehts to be Pi'tlded AJJer
1 Jual Clu-cLIutf liai Ik-en .Uudc.
Tltu M, i. A. and School Fair closed
rialuiday nlnlit with an auction or
thirty cukes which biought tho totul
receipts up to Hour tho IU0 murk
l'llo Mils himi not vi.f nil I.uum li.n.i.
ized, but t Is thought thut ubout one
Halr or this amount will cover the ex
penses, ir the committee had but
come out even, the tulr still would
huve been a i'.ioat success because
or Its educational value.
.Many improvements could bo made
if another rulr won- held, and many
leadlni; cltbens say that those who
m suceessrully conducted this one
.ihould make notes or chunges sug.
esled, and commence nt once laying
plans for another ouu next year.
Messia JiimIiih Hunks, lieber Hennlon,
Wlironl Warnlek. llyrum Johnson.
I'lioiiias Hroadbciit, Irving i'rntt, Ales,
dames Aniilu Slookey, Alice Hoss,
Hleanor Hluckhurst, Cleono Kirk,
Allss Nellie lluckwaltcr and Miss
Amy Walker, together with many
other M. I a. Workers and school
olllcluls who assisted, aro to bo highly
recommended ror the way In which
they handled the urrulr.
It whs tllrricull to make thu awards
In many cases so even weru the con-t'-sts.
In many Instances tho uwnrds
have not yet been made, and cannot
bo till the Dual cropB huvu boon har
vested and nil thu data has been
tho separate town awards, yet boon
In tho Y. I.. M. j, a. ward booths,
the llrst prize was given to tho Am.
urlcan Fork Third Ward; tho second
prize was given to the Amerlcun Fork
Second Ward, and tho third was dlcld
ed between tho First nnd Second
Wards of I'lciiBaiit Orove. The
Judges had much dllllculty In decld
lug between tho dllTerent booths, so
nearly equal were they, merit nnd ar
rangement. Tho list as completed rollowa:
IVunl IMilblls Y. I. M. I. A.
American Fork 3rd ward 1st.
American Fork 2nd ward 2nd.
' easaut Orovo 1st ward 3rd.
Hnnl IMilblls, Y. M. Jf. r. A.
Lehl 2nd ward 1st.
American Fork 3rd ward 2nd
Amoilcan Fork 1st ward 3rd.
In tho girls' club work tho prizes
vcro awarded as fnllnwn
, Jennie Taylor, Lehl.
.SwillK . - ..,
Hova Cooper, TleiiBahrOroVpr
Mlrl Smith, Amerlcjin Fork.
rniM-y Work (Clark prlzo)
Hazel Ooatos, Lehl.
Smccji Stiiku Prli
Altu Fugal, Pleasunt Orove.
Tho cunning prize bus not been
In IloyB' club work tho Until prizes
linvo not been made. On general
displays tho awards woro as follows:
Harold Johnson, l.lndon, 1st.
Francis Mitchell, Am. Fork, 2nd.
Delbert llelselt, Am. Fork, 3rd.
Win. Iloldsworth, Lehl, 1st.
Leland Kinidson, Lehl, 2nd.
Dean Peiirod, Am. Fork, 3rd.
Fred Doau, Am. Fork, 1st.
Harry Stewart, Lehl. 2nd.
Davis mid Harold Chlpman, Am.
Chlpman Him. Am. Fork, 1st.
Frank Miller. Am. Fork, 2nd.
Dean I'onrod, Am. Fork, 3rd.
C. 0. Johnson, l.lndon, 1st.
(Only firsts In following nppleB
Canoes 0. P. Warnlek & Sons,
Woir Hlvor-C. P. Warnlek &
Jonathans T. J. Cordon, Lehl
Hell Flowers l.lndon Ward.
Homo Bounties X. H. llelselt,
20.OUIICO C. P. Warnlek &
It. I. (Ireonlngs J. T. Cordon,
King Dalds A. P. Chrlstoffer-
X. W. Creenliigs A. P. Chrlst-
President Lliidou Ward.
f. P. Warnlek & Sons, Manila.
Among tho more extraordinary
thliiKs ehlblted ror which no prizes
eii- ghen. were a centor table con
iiiluiiiK 22S pieces, tho top being ar
tistically Inlaid with Kngllsh holly,
birds e)e maple, white ash and black
walnut, made by Judge Win. Hunter;
n squash by Frank Smith or Lehl
weighing over 100 pounds; a cabbage
by John II. Snider over three reel In
diameter: a shock of corn by Heber
Honnlon over 11 root high; a squash
by J. F. Hanks on which had been
mown In raised letters "M I a
Fair, 1UH;" pounuts by C P. Warn
lek H. Sous, and a china platter over
1S7 years old, by Mrs. M. J Sykes or
The (Ahlult by the Lehl School Ag
riculture club should have received a
prize, and by all means should be
sent to the Slate Fair.
Tho Morris chairs, library tables,
,,'! , '"cks and taherottes.madeby the
iiirIi School boys were not provided
ror wit h prizes, but they were or such
nigh clnss that tlioy should receive
1-Pest Percheran Stallion.
Host Helgln Stallion, 1st place.
L. W. Lund, Ploustint drove
2 Crude Mares, 4 years old oi
Hans Clirlstlunsen 1st and 3rd
C. P. Wurnlck &. Sons 2nd.
3 Crude Gildings, 4 or over
John Beck, 1st und 2nd.
Cuil Anderson 3rd
I Crude Mares, 3 yours old
Hans Chiistluusen 1st,
T J. Chlpmun 2nd.
Wurd ChrlstolTeraoii 3rd.
f--Crude Gildings 3 yeura old
Andres Peurson 1st, -
U Crude Mares, 2 yours old
C. P. Wurnlck & Sons 1st.
Duvo Mitchell 1st.
Hans Chrlstluiisen 2nd.
Andres Peuison 3id.
8 French Couch Stallion
J. W. Halllduy 1st.
U- Driving Hoises
Leonard Walker 1st.
Mail ltichuids 2nd.
10 Huddle Horses
Charley Thome 1st.
J. V. Mniiwlll 2nd. -
J. V. Munwlll 3rd.
1 H(sst Jersey Bull 3 years old or
Henry Chlpman 1st.
2 Best Jersey Hull 2 years old or
Huns Clirlstlunsen 1st.
L. B. Willis 2nd.
3 Best Jeraey Hull 1 year old or
S. I). Chlpman 1st.
Dr. Walter Muslor 2nd. j
3 Best Jersey Bull over U months!
nnd under 1 yeur
S. D. Chlpmun 1st and 2nd. i
1 Pure bred Jersey Cows 3 yeari
or over ,
Hans Christiansen 1st.
Dr.. Walter Husler 2nd.
F. Nielsen 3rd.
0 Crude Cows 3 years or over
Wash burn Chlpmun 1st.
Martin Nielsen 2nd.
Clifford Young 3rd.
C Pure bred Heirera over 1 year
Dr. Wulter Husler 1st.
Frank Sharp 2nd.
7 Pure bred Heifers under 1 yea
Glen Jorgeiisou 1st.
8 Grade Heirora over 2 and un
dor 3 years
liana Christiansen 1st.
S. I). Chlpmun und Sons 2nd.
' Mellsu Boley 3rd.
8 Grade Heifers over 1 and un
der 2 years
Henry Johnson lat.
Martin Nielsen 2nd.
Karl Itoblnson 3rd.
10 Grade Hoirora over C months
and under 1 year
S. D. Chlpmun 1st.
Cllrtou Dennett 2nd.
Nuthunlel Chestnut 3rd.
11 Crude Heifers under C months
Mark Clark 1st.
12 Boat Holstlen Bull
Bert Cobblei 1st.
13 Best Holstlen Bull Culf
Bert Cobbley 1st
Kugcno Halllday 1st.. ; .
I Tm it--1- '-iigs i"JLtj!Bssj,rM.,
Du foe Jerseys " 'ZS&t
Beat boar ovor 1 Ji'hiNi
Heber Honnlon 1st.
Best boar oVor 1 year.
Beat boar under 1 year.
Best sow under 1 your. 1
C. P. Warnlek & sons 1st
lloW Club IMg- Contest
1 Best pig In entire stake In boy;'
Phillip Green, American For;
1st, score 01.
Howurd Wurnlck, PI. Grov
2nd, score 00,
Boy Baker, Lehl 3rd, score8!
2 Best pig lu American Fork Dli
trlct In boys' contest.
Phillip Green 1st.
Leslie Baker 2nd.
Raymond Jacklln 3rd.
3 Host pig In Pleasant Grove Dh
trlct In boy's contest.
Howard Warnlek lat.
Leo Harvey 2nd.
Ornn Holduwny 3rd.
1 Best pig In Lehl District I:
Roy Baker 1st.
John Muyburry 2nd. J
llojs' nnd (ilrlV Chlckeu Contest
1 Best ieu of chlckenn In co.
Donald Harratt, Am. Fork. Kit.
Raymond Winn, Am. Fork, 2ld.
Wayne Mercer. Am. Fork, af-d.
2 American Fork District, Batie
as above. I
3 Pleuaunt Grove District I
ICIVa Monson lat.
Tom Walker 2nd.
iii'ticnil Poultry Kxlillilt
1 Whlto Leghorn, beat cocgeivl.
N. A Holmstead 1st.
Hmmott Lynch 2nd. (
Glon Jorgeiiaan 3rd. I
2 Beat Pullet
KIIJo Cutler IbL '
N. A. Holmatend 2ld.
3 Heat Hen
N. A. Holmstead.
4 Best Trio
N. A Holmstead 1st.
Glen Jorgensen 2nd.
Rolund Shnw 3rd.
Barred Plymouth Rock
.F'..p- Wnr"lck & Sons 1st.
C. P. Warnlek & Sons 2nd.
The management was rortunnte In
securing well quulllled Judges. Mr
Royal Wooloy, who scored tho chick
ens, la secrotary of the Utah County
loultry Association Mr. Clnuaen
Cannon, who placed- tho other ani
mals, Is a teacher or Anlinul Hub
mndry at the A. C . and wua JndKo at
ho Cache Valley Fair last year Ho
la one of the most promlnont live
stock men In our state.
INTLItl'UH.W TIILATHi: THIIX
In the near futuro the Interiirhan
cur arriving In Pleasant Groe. Am
erican Fork and l.uhl at 7:00. 7:00
'""1 7:12 will be advanced about 25
nilnulea ourllur. It will be, known as
tho "theatre cur," and tho change la
being inudo to eiiublo Ut, county
people to arrive In Suit Lake City In
tlmo to attend tho theatres. !
i targe Arliss In "Disraeli"
' tue ,Snll Lake Theatre Conference
ho appearance of Geo. Arllus and
iconpany, under the management
fiie Lleblcr company, in Louis N.
iter's famous comedy "Dlaruoll,"
Jie Salt Lake Theatre during Con-
Hice Weey, beginning Monday, Oe.
ir 6th, promises to be onu of the
,t linporlunt und Interesting eii-
fuieiits or tho neuHon.
r. Puiker might never have wilt-
tliis famous play hud not tho only
it been uvulluble whoso aie, tech-
ue and personality iltted its titular
L. It wua the personality of Mr.
llss, too, that determined the per-
I uf Disraeli's lBo to be dealt with
the pluy. In writing the comedy
r Mr Arliss, It Is the bland, quiz-
tal Machlavu'll of the Conaervntlvo
rty, the Dlaraell of later life, that
The production or "Disraeli" Is said
be elaborate ocenlcally, partlculur
1 the brilliant lust act, which repro
Mits the reception hull lu Downing
treet, Just berore the presentation to
ke Queen. Tho consumes or tho por
)dthe early seventies lend tho
lay attractive pictorial qualities.
Mr Arliss has presented "Disraeli"
ter 1CUU times which Includes one
ear's run In New York, Blx mouths
i Chicago und six months In Boston.
Mr. Arliss' company Includes l'rnl
i l.ascellea, Florence Arliso, Mur
aret Dale, Leila Rcpton, Lllln Cump
L'll, Vincent Stornroyd, Henry Cnr
l'1, Charles Hurbury, Arthur Hldred,
t. Clair Huyflcld, und others.
There will bo mutlnees on Wcdnea
ay and Suturdny. The manngement
f the Salt Lake, Thcatro nniiounco
mt reservations ror aeata may bo
indo by mall or telephone,
Monday, October 5th, Joy will make
r 0 photos ror $3.50 per dozen, und
Ive rree a lurgo aeplu photo lu lat
est style folder mount, size 11x17. No
tudlo In Suit Luko can make better
sork at any prlco Have your Christ.
. nus iilctures mudo now. 3-lt
Adolph Hunger Still Alive
A telegram measago rrom tho Judge
Ucrcy hospltnl, Just as wo go to press,
itutes that Adolph Hunger, Jr, or
Lehl, thu young man Injured on tho
luterurbaii Wednesday afternoon, is
still In a Btuper rrom which physici
ans have not been able to uroiiBo
him since he wiis first picked up. The
doctors hold out but little hope for
, his recovery.
John Dlckerson and Frank Robin
son, two Amerlcun Fork youths, are
wiser by $100 than they were ten days
ago. Guy Frumpton operates tho mo
Jtlon picture machine for Clark's
Opera House, and to get ventlatlon,
leaves the window of hlc operating
room next to tho street open while
doing so. Thuraduy night while tum
I lug off tho Inst reel, tho youths rerer.
red to, threw a lighted cigar rrom .tho
side walk up Into tho operating room.
Framptou kicked It out, when they
threw It in again. This tlmo It lit in
a box containing a thouaund feet of
Inllainublo picture films. Instnntly
tho box wiib oblazo ami tho few ro
mainlng peopln lu tho Opera Houao
rushed out thinking tho placo afire.
Framptou grabbed tho bluzzlng films
with his hand, threw It on the floor
and kicked It out or tho open window
onto tho sldo walk. In doing bo ho
anved tho other reola, but received
some bud burns on his hands and
The boys wero nabbed by tho City
Marshal berore they could get away.
Beroro being released, tho boys gave
Mr. Clark what money they hud which.
with some notes they signed, repre
sented u total or $100, or $50 eacli
This was tho value or tho Hint.
A I'uir Proposlllnn.
Tho innnurncturors or Morltol
Rheumatism Pou-d? have so much
conrideuco In this preparation that
they uuthorlzo us to soil them to ou
on a postlvo guarantee to glu you
re lief In all cases of Rheumatism or
reruud your money. This la cortaln
! n ralr proposition Let us show
them o you. Prlco 60c. F. M Brow
Ageney"n Prk' l'"1"'
THE STORY OP HOG
Four years ngo a rancher rrlend up
In Idaho who owns 100 acres or land
bought a sow. Tho next year n brood
or pigs was raised, rour or whom was
of the sumo sex ua their mother. The
following years those live sows pro
duced forty pigs which worn dlstrl
billed lu each sox mid those or renmle
extraction woro kept oil tho farm, Mr
ho third year, one hundred market
hogs wero driven off the farm to the
ra Iroad loading yards and our rrle i
returned homo with a check ror $1,300
in his pocket. This year lu, ,no fiO
market hoga which ho will huve ready
by autumn nnd ho atartcd In tho bual
neaa only our years ago with one good
i?.MWh7h.,,B 8t,U " ,h0 riuicli ,w,.
d icing dollars ror her ownor Tl,
Pig has ulreudy brought her owner
$1000 In cash.
It la wondorrul what can bo done by
watching thu sldo lines. Uoxeldor
jf ion want The He lew your
home paper to do your Job nork,
cull Aiiiino I'ub. Con Phone 85.
o MANILLA NEWS.
Mrs. Chrlstluu Johnson la opendlng
tho week ut PleuHunt Grove, guest of
MrB, MagKlu Sorenson.
Mr. Ldwurd Jeppson of Manila, and
Mr. Joseph Tompson of Pleasant
Grove are homo safe after spending
a few days In Strawberry Vulley,
where they went to get some lumber.
Mr, and Mr3. A. L. Yntea of Lehl,
were guests of Mr. und Mrs. Joseph
Mr. F.dwurd Meredith spent Friday
Mr. A. Holmnn and Son, Wlllard,
have gone to the reservation on a
Mr. and MrB. Nephi Greenland from
Kurekn, nnd Mr. John Greenland from
Mohrlunii, spent Monday with Mr. and
Mrs, Joseph Anderson.
Tucaday evening the Y. L. M. I. A.
gave a aocial In the school house. As
this la the beginning of their season's
work, it was thought best to have a
party to bring them nil out and get
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Johnson spent
Tuesday In American Fork.
o PLEASANT GROVE o
o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
The Sophomore class of the High
School met Tuesday to elect otllcers
for the new year. Mr. Miller, of the
faculty, took charge of the meeting.
Tho following were elected:
Leo Walker President.
Robba Cobbley Vice President.
Vera Thome Secretary and Treas
urer. Owen Draper Class Kdltor.
lCiitertuliimeut committee of three
Kdim Holduwny, chairman, Frunk
Newman, Cora West.
Thu Freahniau class elected olllcera
on Thursday. Tho results are:
President Milton TJiorne.
Vice President John Carlson.
Secietury und Treasurer Cumornh
ICntertnlumeiit Committee Blanche
Culllmore, chairman; Florence Har-vey.-Korrul
i no uj
a very tine sot orBd01trtoiolVML
reference works on English Litera
ture. Inateud of each member pur
chasing a olunin for his ubo und po3
hoshIoii, the cIiibs decided to buy u
set and present them to tho High
School. There aro twenty volumus in
all, and are probably tho best mater
ial for High School rerorenco work
on English Literature published.
On Frldny uftornoon n deep laid
schema wua put into action by the
Seniors. About tho hour or meeting
their first nMornoon claas, a cavuleade
or twenty, mounted on prancing
steeds, rodo up to tho High School,
kidnapped MIsb Lee, who seemed not
at all unwilling, and rodo off In the
direction or Amoricnn Fork canyon.
Thoy rodo as fur. us the cave, where
n bountiful repast was cooked and
served. To fully express tho enJo
iiient of tho affair would bo Impos
sible. On Tuesday tho Senior clnas held
Mb election of odlcorB. Tho follow
lug wero elected:
Prosldont Arnold Rlchins.
Secretary and Treasurer Grace
Class Kdltor Leono Foutz.
Athletic Manager Lloyd Culllmore.
Soclul Committee Roy Wilson,
(. Hilton Thornu und Rhea Clark.
I ho "get ucqualnted" party com
mittees are hind nt work on plans
for the coming achool function to be
hold Octohor 10th. ir their plans car
ry It will ho a big affair.
On Saturday tho Sophomors girls
entortnln tho Senior girls on tholr
drive to Amoricnn Fork canyon. A
lino tlmo la expected. Tho Senior
girls, who uro tho guests or tho party
.ire-. Attlo Westphnl. Ora Holmnn,
Rhea Clark. Susie Kirk, Oruco Mar
ott. Ldna Poiilaon, Leono Foutz, Cora
Jlplii, Martha Johnson, Synll Alrd.
Kvnlyn Mcllrldo, listollo Strange.
Ltiat Sundny tho Dramatic club or
'ast year was entertained nt tho homo
of Miss 1 hurmun. Tho pleasure or
too evening was marred onh- by the
enrorced early dopurturo or four of
mo party, on accounts of appoint
ments with thelr-motherB?
Through tho siiccoBsful work of tho
iiiilor .inss i staging "All of a Sud-
" n I any. n largo number of books
ih 1m. ni,,h,,K tho Proontntlon to
iieen arranged for
vvIfam!!!' Z m'". ,,,,",or'a "'"ollnient
waa at tho tlrst. the r numlinrn r..
Brauimlly moron.,,,! KTZ
or tho formor students rail in lino
andhohopolstohavenllor lo lust
year's members beck
The Junior are already buay work
lK out Plana ror their year-hook 'Hie
wl'oM.u nur had on bororo; i,,,U
' ho Juniors are only voicing tho son-
Imonts of t, filltlro Bcll0 , 0 ,f
nL'.1'18 J'""r T,' c,lllr" school its
nrlouH clnssea and activities w bu
represented l-Hery studer.t Is i usked
movem;,!;'8 ""i,,",'8, su"1,,rt lo .
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UTAH FARM STATISTICS I
l from tho last Federal Census ite- I
'llioro aro 21.C7U larms lu Utah
The upproxlmato land uieu of thi.
atutu is O2,t)7,000 acres j 3,3.7 uu
uci-utf uro in furms and l,3ti8,ouo acre I
of the lnnd In furuis uro Improved B
The uvorago bUo of a Utah fann'in
157 acres. "
Tlni rarms of this atutu tepiescut I
a oupltul lnveatinent or ?150,7y5 ooo H
Yliu rurmera or this stute 'uw'n H
4,-J(i8,U0U worth of Implements und
jttier larin machinery. 1
Tiie ulue of tho domestic unhnals
poultry and bees on the farms of tliw
iluto Is $28,781,000.
1'lie averuge value of u Utah farm H
la $C,957. n
Ltah Stute ludebtetlness H
Jtuh State Debt ..,...$ 1,430000
.National Debt l.Olis.uuMou H
.Vorid's Debt -iu.000,000,000 H
Washington, D. C, September 24 Hi
The UnlteU Stutes Depurtment of Com- B
norce und Lubor has Just completed
a report giving the ludebtediiesd of B
the different Stutes of the Union, thu H
iiutlou and tho world. The data con- H
tallied In the complllatiou relute to H
the year 1912. Tho state debt of Utah
Is shown to bo $1,430,000 thut year, H
compared with $9,000 thirty years pre. H
lous, which is an increase or H
$1,421,000. The per capita state debt H
or this state for 1912 was $5.62 and-ti H
cents In 1880. At the present time H
ubout four-tenths or one per cent of H
tiie population of tho United States H
is In Utah und four-tenths or one per H
cent or the total debt Is credited to H
Tho national debt or the United
States ls $1,028,000,000 and the Indebt-
eduess of all countries or the world jH .
Is $42,000,000,000. European countries i
owe ubout two-thirds or the world H '
debt und their proportion ls rapidly H
increasing, as the present war, at- M
cording to experts, is costing on an H t;
averuge or $50,000,000 per day. '
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NOTICE I Jj
On account of the cattle there will H roui
be no hunting allowed on the Otllls H
und Holman sloughs, unless the par- H Wa
ties wishing to. hunt thore, will to H Wen
to the owners or renters and pay $1.00 H '"t f
per day. 22-2t
Joe GIUIs, Ross Bumiol. Th
When your food does not digest
well nnd you reel "bluej'tlred and JHjJ
discouraged, you should use a little .
HKRBINB at bedtime, it opens the m.mnl
bowels, purifies tho system and re. usbs.
stoics a flue feeling of health and
energy. Price 50c. Sold by William Jfr. r,
WANT ADS IVo,
SIX WEKKS OLD PIGS FOR SAL1- ,(,
Phone 207-m. 3-2t Vmj.
LOST Lady's red sweater In Amcrl- fcfujj,. .
can Fork or botweon Alpine and 'selling
(lnJESK:Jlf 1(!:vvo at !.u "'" Sai
HORSR FOR SALE C-year-old bay W Mfo
horse, ubout 1300 pouuda. Enquire H er '
of Fred Kopp, Manila. 2C-2t-pd ' t,J" h
LOST .White pnrasol. Finder vlll B:1 'uln i
confer n great favor by leaving It '1(ay h
at Citizen office. 26-2t B,""1 hot
WANTED HAY Four tons of third
cutting hay delivered. Cull G3-m, m Oct,
American Fork. 2C-2t B",0'01 'or
BJ n lui
60 Acroa of Lund for Rent Knqulre mj't folder
of W. II. Gnrdner, Am. Fork. 19-it-p B'n Salt
: "any ;)r,
2IDER VINEGAR FOR SALK-at John tUres Ij(
Rndmall's, Pleasunt Grove. Phone I
11-W. lMtP1""!! nc
W Die Sal
MONEY WANTED Would like topaat Jx
borrow $600.00 for one year. Give Sunday.
mortgage on roal estate Must bo low Wiowly,
intorest. Call Alpine Pub. Co. fori '
furthur Information. 19- I "" Crool
B 'f0' n a
WANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 furnish-1
ed rooms for light housekeeping. .
Particulars cull Citizen offlce. 19-tl '-''o am
. ". or m
WATER FOR SALE AT A UAIIOAI.V W her mot,
i 1 to 25 shares or Cemetery and
North Flold ditch, also 6 shorts In 1 -
Able und Fort ditch. Will sell part ot ".
or nil. Call at this olllce, 12- 1 "0i!,-,
Per Cent Money Per Out Mo" 1 n(
Lonns muy bo obtained ror any pur- Mi R(J ' ,n
poao on acceptable Real Estate s- onor . y B
curlty; llboral prlvllegea; corrcspon- t p
donco solicited. Wad r ' .
A. C. AGENCY CO., 758 Gas. El- cinrenp
trie Uulldlng., Denver, Colorado; J I At ,a(
Pliolnn Uulldlng, San Francisco. ge
Tho Hrlghnm Young I'nlversllf. M r
Provo, will begin Its 39th Academic m so,
Your, Tliursday, October 8th. Thurf- La u,,e
day will bo dovoted to registration of i( uo
students. Class work will commence m uoi
Friday morning, Octobor 9th. Cj W t ,ei)' 'lt,t
logues will bo rurnlshcd an nPP"' , ,.rWl .'''
tlon. ,"' I -.
American Fork Livery w M, m ,
Transfer Stable ,!
FINE HORSES-COMFORTAUl-11 m , "'"
VEHICLES-A UEAUTIKl'b fc, . 'In,
HEARSE , ,-.,.,, nJ.lw" i
L. W, NIELSEN. Prop. B ,.
,, B(ta J Joo
Edward B. Jones Wg;
JIIMNG AM) CIVIL K"mfcB Btoih "
V. S. Deputy Mlncrul HurieiJ' i , p
Laud and Mineral Survcjt'1 o u ,,
lor Lawsuits a Speclaltr "
Work Guaranteed. . , ri.
Phone 2ll).r. l'tt' B