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B ' f AJtKRICAK FORK CITIZEN' SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, 101L , . . . H
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Mr. Matt Carson nintlo n business
trip to Fairfield Monday.
Mr Harlow Fox wns n Snlt Lake
City visitor Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Walker of Salt
1 nke City, arc the gueBts of Mr. and
Mrs W. II. l)aiiHl.
Mr. DuWIlt Stoddurd of Canada, Is
the guest of Miss Chnlta Davis this
Mrs. M. M. Cuddle, who has been
seriously 111 the past week, Is Improv
Miss Juliet Knowltnn of Salt Lake
City, was the guest of Miss I.lzzle
Shaw this Week.
Mrs. Koheit S. Fox entertained at n
sewing I Monday afternoon. He
fieslmieiiU were served.
Mrs. Charles Ooutes entertained
Tin-sdny afteinoou at a uulltlng bee
Refreshments Were served.
Miss .lessle Nelson of Salt Lake, Is
the guest or Mn. Walter Taylor this
Rev. I'hllllp King of I'rovo, will
in-each at (he New West Sellout lionise
Tuesday evening at H p. m. The puli
lie Is cordially Invlled.
Miss l.udocla Mayherry eiitertalueil
at a sowing hee Monday eviilng. After
lefreshmenls were served they all at
tended the moving pictures.
Miss Murle Fittherliigliiim entertain
ed the Mary Janes at an oyster supper
Wednesday evening. A merry good
time was had hy all.
Mrs. Mary Allen of rayson, wns Un
gues! of her sinter, Mrs. Martha Hush
man, several days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanly win have mov
ed over to lllshop J. II. aardner.s
I'awnee fruit farm, where Mr. Winn
will assume charge of the ranch.
Miss Mamie Reynolds and Mrs.
i.lzzle White of I.ark. spent the week
with their mother, Mrs. James T.
, The e.-iBe or I.ehl City vs. J. F. Smith
him been settled by Mr. Smith pay
ing tho flue assessed, and the appeal
to tho district court being withdrawn.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Klmer Jackson nnd
family have moved back to their homo
In I.ehl. They have been living In
Provo for the past year. Mr. Jackson
Is employed by the Hell Telophone
Mr, and Mrs. KM Webb are prepar
ing to move to Idaho, where Mr. Webb
will go Into the ranching business.
They will locate In the Idaho Fulls
or Lincoln district.
Mrs. Matt Peterson has been very
111 and confined to her lied for tho
past week with rheumatism and In
grlppe. She Is Improving.
Mrs. Chas. Hopkins or Amorlean
Fork, is vlBltlng her mother, Mrs. Ali
ble lHllngson, this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I). II. Allred returned
home rrom Idaho Falls, Wednesday,
alter spending three weeks with their
daughter, Mrs. I.anorn Otterson.
Mr. A, I.. Yates entertained the Sun
day School ollleers Thursday evening
In honor of Mrs. Iluzel Holinstead,
who leuves shortly for Logan, where
she and her husband, Mr. (Seo. Holm
stead, will attend school this winter.
Mth. Amelia llrlggs of Magrath,
Cnnada, Is lolling hCr parents, Mr.
and Mrs. i:. II. Oslerloh. Sue arrived
hero Wednesday evening and will
stuy for a mouth.
Monday, October nth, Joy will make
$ photos for $n.no per dozen, and
give free a largo sepia photo in lat
est style folder mount, size 11x17. No
studio In Salt l.alte can make better
work at any price Have your Christ.
uiiiH pictures mmle now, ;i.jt
Mrs. Sarah Taylor was surprised
by t croud of her friends Wednesday
livening In honor of her Gflth birth
liny. The sun risers brought refresh,
merits nnd nwryhody enjoyed thein
Eehea. Mrs. 0. M. II. Robinson, who has
been visiting with her son, Ueorge G.
Robinson, for a month, returned to
Jier home In Wilmington, Deleware,
last Tuesday. She hns been accom
panied by Mlj,s llesslo Cnitor. Mr
(Hid Mrs. Itoblnson went with them as
far as Salt Lake City.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .1 I Holilon ontor.
"tallied at their heauilful honiu Sun
day.' Among the guests wero Mr. nnd
Jrs. I). T. Wells, Mr. Hynmi linker
and adopted son, Haiold, and Miss
Iris linker of Sail l.nko city, Mr. unit
Mrs. J. C. linker, Jndgi and Mrs Kll
Kendall, Mr and Mis j iii,i,
and others After dinner th.. m
was spent ulnglm? mi,0 ,)
JiimnlMKroniliiBceiifat of ui v
Air. and Mrs, Jos. Uroadhcnl were
Salt Lake visitors this week.
If j on mint the Haiiuer to do your
.Inh Work the paper that biiests jour
Iimiii mil S. IV. lluii.
Award of Prizes In
Boys' Club Contest
Tho Judges in the prizes for tho pig
contest with the Hoy's club of I.ehl,
have made their final summing up
and awarded the five prizes offered
to the following boys In the order
named: Dean Powell, 1st; ICarl Cox,
Jml; I.eioy linker, 3rd; Jay Smith
Ith; H. J. l.ott, nth.
Several dllTereiU things entered Into
he contest--the rate of grain, the
cimt of feeding, keeping records, etc.
The boys pigs, which were taken
when they weie from two to eight
.veeks ()r age, were weighed by the
judges at the beginning or the con
test nnd at the end of sixteen weeks
A'ere weighed again. The boys kept
in accurate reeonl or what had been
i'hI Hie pigs I nun lime to time and
Just what It cost (lulus weie made
In each Instance or rrom 02 to 132
pounds, at a cost or rrom - 1.1 to I 1-2
rents pir pound, at a net pro lit on
(he several pigs or rrom JU.iJl to $7.2r
There were llfteen boys who enter
ul the contest, nil of whom learned
valuable lessons In reeding hogs,
In the home garden contest Walter
lutehlngs won the ft 00 prize lor be
.ng tlrst, mill Hurry Stewnrt won the
3 00 In cash for the best onions,
Lefii Boys' Club to
Fxhibit at State Fair
Tho High School Agricultural club
will place nil exhibit at tho State Fair.
Ten reet or space has boon given them
in n good location In the iigrlcultural
building, and they will make n dupli
cate, with n few additions, of the ex
hibit which drew so many favorable
comments ut the M. I. A. nnd School
Fair at American Fork, This was
one of the best exhibits In the stnke
fuh- and should win a prize In the
big one in Snlt Lake City.
Among the I.ehl boys who will mako
exhibits lu the boys' club work dlvl
sloln are: Prank Sharp, Sugar
beets and potatoes; Win. Holdsworth,
ugur beetR and potatoes; Karl Cox,
uigar beets and potatoes; Hobor Da
yIb, sugar ueots; Maurice Dnvls, su
gar beets, and I.oland Knudson, po
tatoes. Thoso will bo In .the hoy's
Progressive Club Meets i
The I.ehl Progressive club held Its
first meeting In the Coniinrclal club
rooms Thursday evening. Mr. F. A.
Hulsli, the county chairman, was pro
sent and explained tho Pregresslve
principles, chief among which are the
Initiative nnd Referendum, bringing
the government home close to the peo
pie. If elected, one or the chief
things the Progressives will work for
Is n public service commission to
handle- the corporations mid public
servlco Institutions or the state
Tho Progressives, while Joined with
the Democrats In the county and
itnto tickets, will wage a separato
campaign and maintain separate or
ganizations. They will not endenvor
to do any personal work getting vot
ers to "sign up," etc., but will appeal
to tho people In masse.
Two years ago the vote on emigres -man
In I'tali County was: Hcpubll.
cans, MIS; Democrats, 292; Progres
sives, TAT,. Mr Hulflli stated that his
party hoped to about inaiiitnin these
llgures, which would give the com
bined party a big majority.
Mr. Hulsli is eanllldato ror commis
sioner against James II. (iardner.
fieorge II. Onrrr, the local chairman,
mado some remarks.
High School students
I To Be Banqueted
Tl"' r si in the sewral lti
School classes , 8,.,. u ,,,,.,, wou) (
aide to reach the required stuudard
or atlendanee n,t was brought to a
close this week by the Seniors en
rolling 20 students Thursday, and the
Juniors enrolling r t10 day rollow
HiK. The faculty H now obligated to
glvo both clnssos a complimentary
bauriuet, which will be done In the
This brings the total enrollment up
to near loo. Tho other classes have
promise of .oming up to the standard
within tho next two wooks. when the
enrollment will be about m
Wilson rmii .Mi'i'Hiiir Chung,.,!
Tho Wilson club meeting, which was
schedulwl for m.u Mo1(ny 0WnUlg
bus b.-ii .lumgLd on nnoiinl or ('on'
r ''" "' "' Fun nil it, ,'., '
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State Bank of Lehi
United States Depository for Postal Savings
OFFERS ITS CUSTOMERS
Every safeguard known to modern banking tor the
security and safety of their funds. , .
4 per cent, interest paid on time deposits, compounded H
I every six months. I
Our satisfied patrons are our best ajfrertteementJ
Or, J, H, Paul Talks
To Teachers and Parents
Prof J II. Paul, of the State Unl
erslty, delivered u talk under the
uasplccs or the public schools to a
good sized audience in the assembly
rooms Wednesday evening, his sub
ject being "The Conservation or Our
lie said Hint most or our city coun
cils should be thrown In Jail for not
Insisting on the lining of our streets
with hard wood trees. He mndo a
strong pleu for the conservation of
bird life, which lire man's best
rrieuds. The only bird that can be
killed with profit Is the Kiigllsh spur
row. These educational lectures will be
given at regular Intervals during the
Harold Goodwin Arrives In Lehi
Alter an absence or over thirty
months, spent on a mission In Ger
many, Harold Goodwin has nrrived In
I'tah sale and sound. Yesterday
morning he telephone that ho was la
Salt Luke City. Ills parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs, S. I. Goodwin, had ttlrendy gone,
expecting him to nrrlvo thero somo
time during tho day
Ho was In Germnny when the wnr
opened nnd wns expecting to ninke
a tour or Furope nftur his release.
However, he got out of Germany
quick ns hu could, net sail for Liver
pool October 18, and arrived In Mon
treal last Saturday.
SENATOR SOrrilKHLANI) TALKS
The Republicans, under the auspi
ces of the Young Men's Republican
club, held the tlrst and most success
ful rally of tho season tit tho Stnuln
Academy Inst Friday ovenlng. Presi
dent H. C. Hnrt Introduced George A,
Gontes ns chnlrmnn. Tho Lehi Silver
Hand nnd tho Provo Glee club pnvo
some excellent music, nfter which
Sonntor Geo. Sotithcrlnnd wns Intro
duced nnd held the big atullenco for
an hour with n masterly talk on tho
political Ihsucs of tho day
The Silver Hand met Senator South,
erland at tho train on his arrival.
After the spenklng, dancing was in
dulged In till nrtor midnight.
The Democrats of I.ehl met In the
City Hall Thursday evening nnd nam
ed John S. Willis as Precinct Justlco
of the Peace, and Jnmes Carter ns
Tho precinct committee then hold
a meeting and outlined n plan of cam
paign uml arranged to got their vot
The Republican precinct candidates
are George Webb for Justice, and Jos.
II. College for CoiiBtablo.
dkvkv ih:i:t harvi:stin
CO.MIMXV SI'M'IAI, MEKTIXfl
A special meeting of the stockhold.
rs of the Dcuy lleet Harvesting
company will be hold at its president's
residence, John Dovey, Sr Lehi, Utah,
on Thursday, .ocmhor 3rd, 1911, at
S o'colck p, m., for tho purposo of
considering the advlslballty of chang
ing tho amount of capital stock and
ptisslng upon the snmo, and for the
transaction of such other business ns
may legally come before tho meeting.
JOHN DKVEY, JR.,
.Miss McCliejiine Coming
Miss Gertrude MuChoynno of the
Agricultural College and stato organi
zer of the Home Lconomlcs clubs will
visit I.ehl October 12th, nnd glvo n
talk to the ladles of i.ehl
A , " l I N A X (! i:
Paving District No. 2
the ri(!vll"uu,"r"-"xl,,S " "mo when
' " "Wwiloiu to the crent
1K of paving District No. 2 In a,,,.
and i vi'"K of l'vinpiit tl.orel.
SB or ".!i lnN " ,lofr,,y lho ox-
e tL i "''' ",,v,'"t. anil provld
of In?.., ,i """'"'atlou of Notice
tinrnn??' ""! '" '1"f,'U' U, WIBHU
n f " ","1 V "I'provo and accept
t e pau.ni.n !,,,,, ,,., b M(l
. ' ,V " "' s,"B"on. and to provide
' r I,, ,.VMI ()f u tnx fQr
" '.' ,.''!" f"r ImvIiib dono.
ton i f"'t"N':u by the City
Ti .'I ""r"'"' Fork City, that;
''"";" "r .'"'! city duly passed,
luiiK butri.t No a was creuted and
establishtd in American Fork City,
Ltnb nnd provisions mndo for the
lnin'g of a cement pavement live feet
wide on all sidewalks embraced with
in said District, and providing far the
making of a levy against abutting
uroperty for the payment thereof, and
WHERKAS, ufterwurds bids were
received by snld Council for the inuk
,, of said Improvements, and u con
ract let to Messrs Holey and Slngle
.on for doing the work for the sum
j JlS.01M.uu; and ufterwurds said
Holey and Singleton constructed snld
ildewalks In said District as ugreed,
.ind are entitled to be paid therefore;
" WHEREAS, it question hns arisen
aj to the sulllclency of the notice giv
en of the Intention to construct said
ildownlks, and levy u tax thereforo;
md In the District Court of t'tah
bounty, State of Utah, In the suit,
State or Utah, Ex Rel Willis M.
tlroniley vs. American Fork City, et.
al a Decree or Court wiis made and
Issued prohibiting said American Fork
;ity from Issuing or delivering tux
formats for payment of said pave
nent, until nil necessnry provisions
and requirements of the Statutes of
ho State of Utah were compiled with,
In such enses made nnd provided; nnd,
.WHEREAS, It Is deemed ndvlsiible
and In conformance with law to re
publish a notice of the Intention of
iald City to make said Improvements,
iid to levy u tux and to Issue war
NOW, THEREFORE, be it, nnd It Is
hereby ordained by the City Council
jf American Fork City:
Section 1. That said paving Dis-
rlct No. 2 as created, established and
nrovlded for In said ordinance of May
i, VjVA, be, and tho same is hereby
approved and confirmed In every re
spect whatsoever, ns passed.
Section 2. That the letting of the
contract by said City Council of Am
erican Fork City to Messrs Holey mid
Singleton for the construction of the
pavement In said District, as hereto
tore made, be, nnd the same Is here
by ratified and upproved lu every particular.
i Section 3. That the sidewalks, as
already constructed by said Holey and
Singleton under said coutruct hereto
fore made with American Fork City,
be, mid tho same is hereby accepted
and upproved lu every particular.
Section 4. That tho ubutters' pro
portion of the custB and expenses of
making said Improvements within
suid District shall be assessed agulust
the lots and lands abutting upon tho
several portions of sidewalks so Im
proved lu proportion to the feet front
so abutting thereon.
Section D. That the abutters' pro
portion of tho costs and expenses of
making said Improvements arc
$10,411.57 or fifty conts per foot or
linear foot abutting suld Improve
ments, on Ave foot pavements, there
being approximately 2j,020 feet of
abutting property on pavement five
Section 6. That Saturday, tho
seventeenth day of October, VJ14, ut
the hour of 7:30 P. M. at tho Council
Chamber In tliu City Hull lu Suld
City, Is hereby designated cs tho time
uml place when tho Council will meet
nnd consld'T tho making of suld Im
provements, tho neceptuuee of suld
pavement as laid, provide for tho levy
ing or n tax, and the issuing of war
rants for tho payment thereof, nnd to
consider nil the matters herein be
fore set forth, -and any objections
mndo thereon, If nny, are to be made.
Section 7. That notico of tho in
tention of the City Council of Amerl.
can Fork City to mako said Improve
ments, and to mako a tux levy to
pay for tho same, nnd to approve and
accept the pavement luld, and pro
vide for the Issuing of wn "rants in
payment thoreof to Holey and Single
ton, bo published ut least twenty duys
In n nowpuper published In American
l-ork City. Utnh County, State of Utah,
prior to the time (Ixed herein ror the
hearing or protests and the consider
ation of tho said matters, which no
tice shall conform to tho luws or the
State or Utah, and the ordinance of
American Fork City, relating to local
Section 8. This ordlnnuce shall be
ii forco and effect upon Its first pub
lication. Piibsed by the City Council of Am
orlean Fork City this 10th day of Se -tcmber,
A. I)., 1014.
EARL S. GREENWOOD
JOS. II. FORRES
First Publication, September 19-last
October '10, 1914.
XOTICK OP INTENTION TO I.KVY A
TAX FOR PAVING IMS.
TKICT NO. 2.
Notico is hereby given by the Cltv
Council of American Fork City stato
r Utah., of the Intentlo, f said City
following .named and designate
jrici jo. i, as created and established
by American Fork City, l't , Co fity
'nh, by) niil ordinance pass" 1 oi he
8th ilny for Many, A. D. liiia and .
VTZTMr ""bbV" '" "
iWihSf'' A- " ,uH: "
oinrstNorih8' ! HCC0"" Wt
of street ,iC't "" 'N'0,t,, ''
oFFlrst'1Flarstt'tl' ,0 ,T,llrd .
street Sln'l,t " ,,0" Hl,I3 of
Wns't'on Fi0rrH1thnv1trMSt0t to Sc,ul1"
"Mo of HtrS l " Sout"
From First North to Third North
Street on First West, both sides of
From First North to Third North
Street on Second West Street, east
side of street.
From Center Street to Second West
Street on Third North Street, on North
dido of strcot.
From Main Street to First North
Street on Third West Street, on both
sides of street
Front Fourth North Street to Sixth
North Street, on East side of Center
From Fourth North Street to Fifth
North Street, on West side of Center
From Main Street South to Second
South Street on East side of Third
On East side of Second West Street
from First South Street 22 rods
From First West Street to Second
West Street on First South Street, on
N'orth Bide of Btreet.
From Second East Street on Main
Street, to Sixth East Street on North
ilde of street.
On State Street from Second East
Street to center of block between
Mfth and Sixth East Streets on North
dtle of street.
From First East Street to Second
'inst Street on First South Street, on
s'orth side of street.
On First Eust Street from First
South Street to Second South Street,
jii both sides of street.
From Main Street to 40 rods South
t Second South Street, on East side
if Second East Street.
From First South Street to Second
South Street, on West side of Second
From Main Street to State Street
n East side of Fourth East Street.
From Main Street to Stute Street
m West side of Third East Street.
That a cement pavement five feet
vide be laid on all sldewulks embrac
il within suid district.
Said Bldewnlks have already been
(instructed under contract mado be
wecn said City and Messrs Boloy and
llugleton, and the costs thereof Is
i 10,411.57, or CO cents per linear or
rout foot abutting said improvements,
tnd the said amount will be defrayed
oy n local assessment on the lands
ind lots abutting on tho sidewalks,
is uforesnld, In proportion to tho feet
'rout so nbuttlng upon said sidewalks
ii tho following described district, be
ng the district tn be effected nnd
benefited by snld Improvements, name
ly: North side of First North Street,
Hock 23, Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4.
West side of First East Street,
Dlock 25, Lots 1, and 8; Block 32, Lot
East side of First East Street, Dlock
!C, Lots 2, 3, 4, and 5; Block 31, Lots
1, and 5.
East side of Center Street, Blocks
1G nnd 53; West sldo Block 47, Lots
l and 8.
South sldo of First North Street,
Block 19, Lots 10 and 19; Block 20,
Lots 4, 5. G, and 7.
East side of First West Street,
Hock 24, Lots 7 mid 8; Block 33, Lots
I nnd 5; West side, Block 23,"Lot8 1,
I, nnd 5; Block 35, Lots 1 and 8.
Enst sidu of Second West Street,
31ock 23, Lot 4; Block 34, Lots 4 nnd
North sldo of Third North Street,
'Hock 38, Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4; Block
37, Lots 1, 2, 3, nnd 4.
Enst sldo of Third West Street,
Hock 21, Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, nnd 12; Block
.'2, Lots 2 and 3; West sldo from Main
Street to First North Street, lots not
lumbered on map.
East side of Third West Street,
Block 8, Lots 3 and 4; Block 7, Lots
1 and 2; WeBt side from Main Street
to Second South Street; lot not num
bered on map.
East side of Second West Street,
Block G, 22 rods of Ut 2.
North side of First South Street,
llock 9, Lots 2 and 3.
North side of Main Street, Block 10,
Lots 1 nnd 2; Block 15, Lot 1; from
Fourth East Street to Sixth East
Sfrcet; lots not numbered on map.
North side of First South Strcot,
Block 13, Lots 1, 2, and 3; Block 14,
Lots 1, 2, and 3; from Fourth East
Street to center of block betweon
Fifth and Sixth Enst Street.
North sldo of First South Streot,
Block 12, Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Enst sldo of First East Street. Dlock
3, Lots 2, 3, nnd 4; West sldo Block 4,
Lots 1, 9, and 8.
Enst side of Second East Street,
Block 13, Lot 3; Block 2, Lots 2, 3, 4,
5, and G; from Second South Street
to 40 rods South-west side Block 3,
Lots 1, 8, nnd 7.
East sldo of Fourth East Streot,
from Main Street to First South;
Block nnd lots not numbered on
Wost side of Third East Street,
Block 13, Lot 1.
All the aforesaid being In Pint "A,"
or said City.
Tho cost and expenses of making
said improvements where tho snmo
nbtitts upon lots or Innds not subject
by law to locnl nsBossmont, will be
pnld by tho City; nnd the cost and
expenses of making the remnlndcr
of snld Improvements will bo raised
by n local assessment upon tho lots
and lands abutting upon said side
walks in proportion to the feet front
so nbuttlng upon said sldownlks, as
All protests and objections to tho
carrying out of such Intention to
mnko said Improvements, nnd to lovy
ii tnx therefore, and to Issuo war
rants in payment thereof to said Bo-
In One Minute! Clogged Nostrils!
Open-Colds and Catarrh 1
lips Niisly DKchurgi', Clear Sluf.
'I. llcml,. Heals Inflamed. Air
PnsxugCK nnd You Ilreulhe Freely.
Try "Kly's C renin llnlm."
''t a mn (ill bottle anyway, Just to
try It - Apply u little lu tho nostrils
and liistimU your clogged nose uml
stopped-iip .,r passages of tho head
wl open: you will brenthe freoly;
uitUiusB uml headache disappear. By
morning! tho catarrh, cold-ln-liead
or catarrhal soro throat will bo gono.
hud such misery now! Got the
kiuiiII bottle or "Ely's Cream Halm"
at .ny drug stoio This sweet,
'nigrum biilm dissolves by tl.o heat'
loy nnd Singleton, or their order ni
uforesald, must bo presontcd In writ
.ng to tho City Recorder on or heron
tho hour of 7:30 o'clock p. m., of Oct
ober 17th, 1914, being tho time Be
by tho City Council when It win hon
and consider such objections as mn
bo mado thereto. J
By order of the City Council of Am
oricau Pork City. ""
JOSEPH. B. FORBES,
8oal) , Recorder
Dated .Boptember 10, 1914.
First Publication September 19 1914
JOSEPH B. FORBES,
Via D. & IU 0. It. .
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3alt LnKe und roturn, account Con
:erence nnd State Fair. Sale dates
October 1st to 10, final limit October
I 2th. 26it
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Cement Pipe furnished la irH&
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