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I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS
I Mrs. W. H. Edmonds spout Tuesday
I In Salt Lake. '
Miss Hentrlco.Loglo was down from
I Salt Lake Saturday mid Sunday.
H Mr. Elmo Hunter, loft yostoday for
H an extended stny in Strawberry.
H Messrs Dave Hunter and Charles
H Anderson spent Wednesday In Provo
- Miss Elva Chlpmnn spent Thurs-
day In l'rovo.
H Try Dunkley's Tamales Piping hot
H with home made catsup, 10c. 3-lt
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams "are here
on n short visit with relatives.
1 Mr. J. T Donngby spent the foro.
' part of the Week in Salt Lake.
H Mr. Emmett lugersoll of Oarfleld,
spent Monday In American Fork.
H Dunkley's Hot Plea served nt all
H houre ut Dunkley's Confectionary
H "Joe's Place." 3-lt
B Miss 'Ana. linker of Salt Lnke, spent
H tie forepart of the week In American
H' Fork, isltlng her parents.
H Miss Annie Walker of Pleasant
H Orove, spent (Ik; week here, guest of
H Miss N'ellle Huckwnlter.
H Miss .NVIlle Duckwnlter and Miss
H Mabel Storrs left yesterday for a
1 I eek'S vl8lt '" nlt Luke'
Mr, J. A. Wootton la Improving his
n H place by having cement walks put
iround his home.
H Hot Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate, Mnlt-
H ed Milk, I'tc, now served at Dunkley's
,U1 H Fountain. Delicious to the last drop.
iW. H Manv of the American Fork dancers
go I Wenile(1 ,lie l'"rty nt Pleasant Grove
100 H hit Saturday,
:2U The Misses Millie nnd Stella Chip-
bid of Canada, are here for the wln-
t to attend Hchool.
and Miss Murlc Chlpmnn has accepted
die ,po,ltl" '" ,l10 telephone office, In
d re. M lbse,1CL' of Mls9 Mll'le Thornton.
n and H '
llllam Bert Miller of Salt Lake, spent
Vt forepart of the week in American
o Wort with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
JP m Forest Adtuna left Wednesday
y ' Colton, after a few duy's visit
3AI-B- '' lth his mother, Mrs. John
, An1' J'P'lir 30c and '40c Dox Stationery
,lc and ?,HeIllnB at lGctho box nt "Joe's
a at ClU- '" Sample lino. 3-lt
- . , . Z h- AHce T. Steele and grand.
'"..Zi11" lcft "Thursday for a few
"T7wli"l ft1 Lulft FltzBerald of Lehl, spent
, , .. "day In American Fork vislt-
SfrSl .llh hor mother, Mrs. Thomas
18 l . October 5th, Joy wilt make
26.St tos for 3-co )er ,,ozon' ",ld
" ' m'' n largo sepia photo In lat-
t inquire Ble 'older mount, .-else 11x17. No
"ork 19-lP 'n Salt I'nho cnn mnko lettcr
' J ' ay prlco Have your Christ.
i7i; at Jobn Wttures mado. now. 3-lt
19-U V 11"" Roborts, who has been
B0' thu Salt Lako City hospitals
Id like to V past six weeks, was brought
year. 01" r3DU'l,y- Miss TtobertH Is lm-
pub. 0'19.t(l!'S(. Crookston returned Wed-
B Irom a -week's visit In Salt
or 3 turuUh-
housekeeping. By Ui cUMrQn gpent (hr
u 0mce. Butt of tho week vUltlng In
TTTis' B hpr mothor, Mrs. Ada Stod-
r a UA1WJA1
, G sliaris i 0riy ot ,.Joo.B incennn.
Will 8(,u p, ,( Hr dozen In dozen lots, Fan.
olUce. 1"' W
Vct Cent MonJ y nlRhTn'bout twenty of
ued for oW pUI' if' Rowloy's friends surprised
Heal Kstate or of hor birthday. Thr
.cos; correal"1' u pleasantly spent h
W music Prizes boliu
, 758 Oas. EW Clarence Grant nnd Orac
l Colorado; " U late hour n dolicloui
,,' Francisco- ,,.,,
T-Unlvef,uf; PBa Hanson ontorlnlued tin
S 39th Acd 1 Wednesday evening, ui
nber 8Ui. TllUt. m rK hoquets of dnhllnj
to regUtratlo" ' decorations. Tho time
rU will comy, ry spent In games mu
ctobor 9. c I,'1 ,e o'clock ii ilullcloui
Scd an .Wji N
-" KMoy "r ''l'1""- WH ox-
, rv an EiIT? m ,,rovo U8 ,0 '",
lc Livery W Juaw a MorBnn bJ
r Stable J ior and b o Uugi.ot
V iVuTlH"' J Paten. ,H r.7 years .
S'. fioos, ,.,.- n,
tl w"" "'"Wo mlx:
CIVU. BVn,J,.i ""? 1,ol"t' mix the
Mineral ';?,: I""8 o , 0,
ilnural Sr An 3.,
ly Ii ProNo, M8t11K wll f ,
nnd rolntlves. ,l"8
Mr. and Mrs."wrJ. Sln,lh ,(lft f
Hoosevelt, Sunday, on oMeI1(,0(1
Mr. Vorn AnibTo Is home after
spending tlirca months In Strnw.
Mr. Elmer Miller of Provo, 8pc.it
Saturday and Sunday here, guest of
.Miss Ilosolla Storrs.
Mrs. George l.ott and Mrs. Ocorgo
Schow of I.uhl, were American Fork
Supt. J. p. Creer of Spanish Fork,
was here Tuesday In the Interest of
the American Fork schools.
Mrs. Len Hanson of Salt Lake,
ipont part of the week In American'
Fork, visiting with her mother, Mrs.
i'KouK.ur .it taiiiikxacm:
Tho following program will he giv
en In the Stake Tnbetnacle Sunday
tfVenlng, beginning at 7:30.
Trombone Solo Vern Walker
Talk Pror. Chamberlain of the !!.
Instrumental Music Tho Cloyson
Killed by Lightening
A telegram from Shelley, Ida, says
that Mr. Hoy Oler, a former resident
of Am. Fork, was struck by light
ening at 2 o'clock Thursday, and kill
ed Instantly. He was leading his
horses out of the stable when the bolt
came, which killed him and one of
Mr. Oler was twenty-eight years of
age and leaves n wife and one baby.
He moved with hie parents from Am
erican Fork to Idaho about ten years
ago. He returned from a mission two
years ago and was married to a Shel
ley young lady soon after.
The Reason Why
This paper stands for prohibition
locally, state, wldo and nationally, for
good government and the enforcement
of law. However, wo nro willing to
glvo space to tho following poetic ef
fusion, which Is given ns a reason
why tho defeiiBOi did not put any wit
nesses on tho stand in tho recent
"Count the day ns thrown nway
When you Ho down to snooze,
With no report nt Nielsen's court
On the charge of selling booze.
Willi Cottouwhlto and Fast In sight
And Hogley on tho Job; ,
With hundreds there who como to
And women by tho mob.
With Hutchinson and Pctercou
And hired spies galore;
With n large lot of tommyrot
And detectives by tho score.
With Duncan too, and Ilromley who,
Are. there to tuld their mlto.
We nsk you now to toll us how
Wo hoped to win tho fight."
o AMERICAN FORK o
o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
Tho progrnm last Wednesdny at the
High School consisted of a talk by
Mr. F. L. Hlckmnn, n violin solo by
Miss Dawson, nnd a malo quartet by
somo of tho High School students.
Tho student body olectlon took plnce
Friday. Thoro Voro two tlckots In
tho Hold. Tho cnndldatos for preBl
dent on tho respective tickets won
Carl Jnckson and Hugh Wing.
Tho first High School dnnco tool
placo In tho High School gymnnsluir
laBt night. Thoro was n largo at
tendance of both teachors and stu
dents. Tho first monthly examinations wen
held this weok In all classes. Stu
dent's roport curds should bo In tho
hands of tho parents within n fow
days, and ovory parent should seo to
It that ho oxumlnes tho cards in ordoi
to Ami out tho standing of tho stu.
in order to emphusbe the work In
track and base ball, the board Is hav
ing hauled on tho campus numerous
loads of soil from Chlpman's reser
voir. Hy this means tho base ball
Hold will ho made smooth nnd the
track placed In duo condition for
sprinting. It is uIro the Intention ol
tho board to havo soil placed on tin
grounds Immediately to tho south and
wost or the High School building, with
the Idea, In tho future, of planting
lawn nnd trees.
Wo Pi Int Iluttcr Wiiippir.s. ii
X HMnu'niiiiiiiiB j
VMKHICJIN' PORK PIT A SVTnnuy n,,- 1 HtH I
Levi Edgar Young Talks .'.
In Stake Tabernacle
One of the best tolks over heard in
American Fork was tho address Sun
day eveiiln by Levi Kdgor Young
In the Slako Tabornaclo Sunday oven
lug. He took as his text n statement
from n New York minister to tho ef
fect that the present war In ISuropo
was an Indictment of Chrlstlnnlay of
today He gave a most lucid explan
ation of how Mormonlstn If adopted
by the world would bring peace to Its
Tho lecture was under the allspices
of tho Seventies and over 400 pcoplo
.Senator Soiilhcrlnnil Coining
To American Fork
The Young .Men's Republican club
has received tho promlso from United
Slates Senator Oeorgo Southerlnnd
that ho will como tot American Fork,
at nn early date. Thly nro trying to
make arrangements to havo ti recep
tion after Confcronco and the State
Fair are over.
One 3 1-1 Now Schctler Wagon.
One Top Huggy, extra line, 90.
Ono Huggy, $115.
Two Heel Pullers with rolling coul
Two licet Cultivators at coBt.
Ono Sulky Plow at cost.
One Renovator for alfalfa at cost.
Two pair of second hand Shafts for
All thoso owing for twine nnd ox
tras must Bottle at once.
A. J. PKDBRSEiS.
l.osj of Appetilc
Is the firct signal of dlcordsr and
decay. Tho usual loss of appetite
Is oltcn caused by functional disturb
ances In tho 3tomr h. The stomach
falls to do tho work required, tho
appetite Is gone, and tho body suffers
from lack of nourishment. Sucli a
stomach needs to bo cleaned and
iwectcncd. Morltol Tonic Digestive
Is made especially to assist tho stom
ach to digest food and promote a
healthy appetite. This remedy is
sold on our posllvo guarantee, nnd wo
ask you to glvo It a trln'. It. is a
genuine tonic. Price $1.00 F. M.
Orown, American Fork, Utsh, Solo
Tickling In- the threat, hoarsoncss,
loss of voice, Indicate tho need of
HAU.AHIVS nORIOHOUND SYRUP.
It cases the lungs, quiets tho cough
and restores health in tho bronchial
tubes. Prlco 25c, COc, and $1.00 per
botH" Sold by William Thornton.
11. S. Rasmusscn has Installed a
modern elder mill and will do cus
tom work grinding apples Into elder,
charging $1.'J5 for 40 or CO gnllon
(Hy Petor Radford, National Lect
ure re Farmers' Educational & Co-Op-oratlvo
Union of Amorlcn.)
Oei tho dlfncultlcs out of tho farm
ers' way nnd tho farmers' problems
will solve themselves.
Tly; Increnso In prlco of farm jro
Jucts'liiiB'tiot kept pace with tho In
creased cost of living.
Tho farmer can produce without or.
zanlzation, but to successfully market
ao must unite with his neighbor.
Tho fanner Is tho directing head
and operating hand of his business.
Iq combines, directs nnd carries all
Tho farmer cannot bo helped until
ho organizes nnd the government can
not help tho fnrmor except through
Tho farmer sella nt prices fixed In
'reo trado markets and buys every
thing ho wears and uses in u high
Tho voluo of farm crops Is deter
mined not only by tho amount of la
bor necessary to produco them but
v having them on tho market when
Tho Proof Is Here the Same Ah
V. wry here.
For thoso who seek relief from kid
noy bnckacho, weak kidneys, bladder
Ills, Doan's Kidney Pills offor hopo of
rollef and tho proor Is hero In Utnh
County, tho samo ns everywhere Utnh
County pcoplo havo used Doan's and
Utnh County pcoplo recommend
Doan's, tho kldnoy remedy used li
American for fifty years. Why suf
for? Why run tho risk of dangerous
kldnoy Ills fatal Hrlght's disease.
Hero's American Fork proof. Inves
Mrs. W. S. Greenwood, Amotiucnn
Fork. Utah, Bays: "I havo taken
Doan's Kidney Pills and thoy have
never yet failed to glvo tho best of
results, (louernlly, tho trouble I hud
could bo traced to over exertion which
tended to jveakon my kidneys. This
caused attacks of backache and a gen
eral weakness. Doan's Kidney Pills
are ceitalnly good for nllmonts of
that kind. 1 can bear witness that
thoy relievo pains across tho back
and cause tho kidneys to cat regular
ly." Prlco nn cents nt nil dealers. Don't
simply nk for u kldnoy remedy get
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho samo that
Mrs. (Iroonwuod had. Fostor-Mlllmri
' Co., Props., HutTalo, N. Y.
No Need to Have Lame Back
If -imTl-i lm-'
y THADC MAftH
I White Linament
I lilLl'v "" ,,,)8,,,,lU.l,,' ""'I deponUili and satisfactory article for use
hnv,, rUL l ot,1 f,nm.M lln',lll"' l required Thousands of users
1 ,'"Ve,f10U",l Merltol White L.,i..moiit Imnluablo In the treatment of
1 ?w! 10,1,t8 "'"o to us all. Posit lolj guaranteed by us. and
S i,, ' by V10 Ami'rI HruB nnd Press Association. Should bo
m htpt in every home. Three slz."s, 25e. r,Oc, and $1 00. For sale by
1 F. M. Brown
Jf Kxcluslve Agency
THE AUTOMOBILE WITH A RECORD FOR SERVICE
You Can Do It With A
SUPPLIES .and REPAIRING
Money-Tuttle Motor Car Co.
SPANISH FORK, UTAH
To SALT LAKE and RETURN
FOR TUB ' yfTN.
L. D. S. CONFERENCE jXA
AND THE KjFtJ
UTAH STATE FAIR
SALE DATES OCTOBER 1ST TO 10TH
Final Limit October 12th.
Lew Rates to tho
DRY FARMING CONGRESS
"At Wichita, Kansas, Oetolii'i' Tt It to 17th.
Trains Lome PIciimiiiI Crate a l:.V) A. M.,l:.'ll P. M.
Trains I, cine American Fork at 1:7 A, .M., 1:11 P. M.
Trains l.cine l.cbl ut .'.till A. .M., 1:17 P. M.
A. .M. Trnliis Arrhe al tilt Lake at (l::ill A. .M.
P. .M. Trains Arrhe at .Sail l.nl.e al .':.'. P. M.
J. II. MANDKRFIKI.D. A. (!. P. A.
Salt Lake city
O. W. jUcDONALD, Agent, Mueilcaii Fork
W. F. WKLSII, Agent, Lehl
C. R. LLOYD, Agent, I'lcasanl llruvo.
Eat Less Meat
If Back Hurts
ral.e ii (ilass of alts to IMusli Hlil
nc . f lllmldcr Holders You.
Fating moat regularly eventually
produces kldnoy troublo In homo form
or other, says a well known nthorlty.
because the uric acid in meat excites
Uio kidneys, thoy become oorvorU
ed; get sluggish; clog up and cause
all sorts ot distress, particularly
backucho and misery in tho kidney
region; rheumatic twinges, sovoiv
hondnclicB, acid stomach, constipa
tion, torpid llvor, sleoplossnoss, blad
der and urinary Irritation.
Tho moment your back hurts or
Kidneys aren't acting right, or If blnd
Jer bothers you, got about four
ounces of .lad Salts fioin any good
pharmacy; take a tablospoonful in a
glass of water for u fow dnya and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
ramous salts Is mado from tho acid
jf grapes and lemon Julco, combined
.villi llthla, and has boon used foi
gcuerutlnnu to Hush clogged kldnoy h
and stimulate them to normal activi
ty; also to neutralize tho acids in the
urine so It no longer Irritates, tlum
itdiiiK bladder disorders.
Jud Suits cannot Injure anyone;
makes a delightful offorvoscent llthlr
water drink which millions of men
and women take now nnd thou to
keep the kidneys anil urinary organs
clean, thus molding serious kidney
. . o
Be Pretty! Turn
Gray Hair Dark
1 1) (raiidmolher's Old 1'imirito He
elite of Sage Tea ami
Almost ovoryono knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound-
'I, brings buck tho natural color and
lustre to tho hn!r when faded, streak-
d or gray; also ends dandruff Hch
lug scalp and stops falling hair
Wis ago the only way to g i this
I'lxturo was to make It at home,
which Is niusBy and troublesome
Vowadays, by asking at any drug
itoro for "Wyeth's Sage anil Sulphur
"ompoiiud," you will get a large bot-
tlo of this famous old recipe for about
Don't stay gray! Try It! No one
can possibly tell that yon darken your
linlr, as It docs It bo naturally and
veiiiy You dempen n sponge or soft
t'l-ush with II and draw this through
Miur hair, taking one small strand
n time; by morning the gray hair
disapirtuirs. and after another nppll
cation or two. your hair becomes
beautifully dark, thick nud glossy
AND WHEN 1 H I
WATCH TINKERED HHH I
MARTIN ; H I
1 ' . Hl
Pacific Rold and
Company, principal plncu ot business, I
Notlco Is hereby given, that at n it' 1
meeting of the Directors or the above i it
named company, held on the Cth. day $.m I
ot September, 1914, nssesBmcnt No. S it H
5G, or $2.C0 per 1000 shares (V4 ot ono i,, . , H
cent per sharo) was levied on tho I). . t ll
capital stock of the corporation, pay- ?'' 1
ablo Immediately to II. C. JohttBon, ir. A
Secretary, at his office, American 1 V H
Fork Utah. Any stock on which this l.i't ' HH
assessment remains unpaid, on Oct- ' HH
ober nth., 191 1, will bo delinquent nnd 1 I 1 't IEI
advertised for salo at public auction 111 I . E
and unless payment Is mado before, I ' 1 X ' BH
will be sold on Wednesday, October Mil IIH
21st., 1914, at 3 o'clock p. in. at the I
otllco of tho Secretary, at American 1 H
Fork, to pay tho delinquent asBcss- j I H
inent, together with tho cost of ad. HH
vertlslug and expenso ot sale. I) i
11. C. JOHNSON, Secretary. i MH
I . , nWM
In the District Court of (he Fourth It I j)
.ludlclnl District of the State ol h H
I'tiili, Iii and For Utah County. '
Kstnto or William C. Ilrown, deceased. I, , lH
NHTICK TO CREDITORS V" l M
Creditors will present claims with . 1 HH
vouchors to tho uudorslgncd nt her -"
residence In Pknsnnt Grove City, " i u, HBH
I'lah County, Utnh, on or before Jan- , i MH
nary 1st. 1U1D. - ) HHI
Ada Ilrown Wright, Administratrix. BnH
Harvey Clulf, Attorney. ll
First publication Sept. C-GU fl
- v HH
State or Utah, County or Utah, Plea-
I have In my possession the follow- , H
lug descrlbod estrny animal which, of H
not clalmeil or taken away, will bo 'u H
sold at public miction to the highest v H
cash bidder at Lliidon, in Pleasant ' r
(ii-ovo Precinct, on Saturday, tho 3rd H
day ot October, 1914, at 4 o'clock p. " , H
One sort ball raced horse, about 3 f i H
years old, no brands visible, hind feet H
white up to ankle, weight about 70C H
Said est ray was taken up by mo '
in snld precinct on the 20th day or H
A. K. Cobblcy, Poiiudkecpor for Vl
Pleasant Grove Precinct. '"'Bl
NOTICi: TO CKDIUTOKS t'H
ICstnto of Charles Stewart, Deceased. ifH
Creditors will present their claims ill
with vouchors to the undersigned at j S
American Fork City, Utah County, j 1
Utah, on or before tho 22nd day of j ';
January, 191fi. nH
Win. 1). Stewart, Administrator of I tlH
tho ostnto of ChnrlcB Stewart, deceits- j
J. Tracoy. Wootton, Attornoy for !
Date of first publication, September l'l
19th, 1914. 111
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CLARENCE M. BECK M
LAWYER ' 1
I'rncticcs in nny court ' . W
Chlpman Hank llulldlnu', Room 1 ' ; 1M
AMLItlt'AX FORK. UTAH. i 1
J. TRACEY WOOTTON M
Attorney at Law. t " w fia
Associated with austln, Qollotto H. 1.1 Wm
Hrnyton, 1301-7 Walker Hank Hldg., - i M
Salt Lako City. 1 "iw
Office Ohipman Bank Bldcr. t iV
AM13R1CAN FORK, - UTAH , il fl
Tho Old Reliable Store of 1 j
Wholcsnlo & Rotail Dealor in ''m
Pianos, Organs and' Musical g I ,1
Goods of All Kinds $ Ji J
Wall Paper, W'.
Chinawaro, Glassware, 4
Crockory . J'