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IZ ' ,,., uATL'HDAY, OGTOUEIl 3, 1914.
mt-t.i AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN HA1 L nun
y AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
IJon't forgot tlm Wilson club lec
ture In tlio City Hull tonight.
Miss Rolvu Dooth spent Saturday
and Sunday In 1'iovo.
Mi 3. W. 55. Storru spent Friday In
Gloomy Dance, Hmuln'H Academy,
Frliluy, Uctobor 0, Mill.
Minn Jiluneh Crundnll spent Satur
day and Sunday In Salt Lake.
.Mrs Clyde tlllluum uuil son, of l.ln
don, spent Monday In American Foik
Mr. Wm. Slu'lloii or Salt Lake, spent
Saturday and Sunday with Ills wife
The Cltlren liai advertising space
to sell .Mr. Non-Advertiser. tf
Mrs. Alice T. Steele returned Sat
in day fiom n mouth's Visit to Venial.
Mr. and Mrs. It. liindshaw of Lehl,
spent Satuidny hero, guests of Mia
Mr. Jay Wootton of Salt Lake, spent
the week here with his puienls, Mr
and Mrs John Wootton.
Mr. Wyhern Foote of Eureka, spent
pail of the week with his brother,
.Mr. Mark II. Footo.
Messrs Hugh lliown and Seymorc
(liey of Provo, spent Sunday In Am-
Miss Myrtle Fullmer has resigned
her position from Southworth's Cash
Tim Misses Ina Duncan and Flor
ence IMiuituds spent Sunday In
Mrs. Jack Rosoli of Salt Lake,
spent the week here with her mother,
Mlus Anna Steins of Salt Lake,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
(loo. Stoirs and daughters.
Mrs. Hans Chrlsteiisen returned
Sunday from u few day's visit In Suit
.Miss Kltiui McKluuey of Fairfield,
spent the forepart of the week in
Mr. Frank Crookston left Tuesday
for Mt. Pleasant, where he will be
employed In the Wcech Drug Co.
E3&UI Sample Line of Children's, Misses'
IrDJIkJ uud Ladles' 8hoes, 33 1-3 per cent
gfljft saving at Chlpmau's linrguln Hase-
(HM ineut 3-1 1
JlUJI Miss Ester Oakey, Miss Lattlmer
jRB mid Miss McPhorson, teachers of the
1KB ( Primary Crudes, spent Saturday and
w$& Sunday in Salt Lake.
H Mrs. James Chlpninu, Jr., returned
Mm Saturday from a few day's visit iu
Bjjrl Salt Lake. Mr. mid Mrs. James Chip-
BJftlg man Sr., returning with her.
Mrs Wm. At wood or Salt Lake,
jBfiE Bpcnt Sunday In American Fork,
jfijjffi guests of Mr. mid Mrs. W, I). Stow-
mJw Miss Ora and Miss Luna Chlpmau
vfWt enmn down from Salt Lake Friday
uJSl night to spend Saturday and Sunday
jfjfim with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm,
fiBf Ono morn day of the miction sale
Km nf lots at Orem the new towualto on
H I'rovo nench Are you going over?
BjBj Lot given uwny free today. You inn)
DBI be the lucky one.
B Mnny were tin; huutors out oarly
HB Thursday morning, when the duck
1 1 off mw opiitHl. The report from several
IBjt wore: "Seen more hunters than
wjmm ducks." Still most of the hunters got
Bfl a row. The birds are reported in
IBS fair condition.
Hf , A saving of 25 to 33 1-a per cent
H If you buy your Coats for Children,
H I Missus ami I adlcs or Ladles at Chip-
BB gain llasemout U-lt
BB Wo again remind prospective Fair
BB mid Coufereiire visitors to Salt Lake.
Bfl that goods generally can bo purelins-
BB ed cheaper at homo than at the cnpl-
JB tal, Our inert hunts arc not compell-
B ed to pay $1 urn) a month rout, and
BS thus tlioy are able to sell goods cheap-
BB er than the city merehants. Keep this
fi Iu mind ami compare home prices to
IB, Salt Luke's.
MM Miss Myrtle King eiitertalued last
BC Saturday night In honor or Miss Jos-
fJjE i slo'Davlssou of Salt Lake. Tho rooms
jH J ortubQnutlfully decorated Iu Mowers
EBL and' autumn leaves The evening was
jjv Hpunt In cards; soveral musical mini-
n , ber8bclng rendered. A delicious
Kf J i luncheon was sorved to the following:
HI ; gSMissoH Liza Uludley, Jessie Green,
H 'jBEgiinih Parker ami Miss Sims and Miss
I '"mMvIhsoii of Salt Lake. The Messts
H f uiy Hoover of Piovo, Ellslia Holey.
i ' P. II, QravQii, Mr mi(l,Mi-s. Joe. Wnl.
,j ton nnd Mr. and Mrs.'B.M.loyd ofSnlt
Many are preparing to go to Con.
lerence and State Fair.
Miss Resale Robinson of Illngliain,
spent Siinduy In American Fork
Mr. Kosh Put Iter spent Wednesday
In Salt Lake.
Mr and .Mis, Norm Wing spent
Monday Iu Cedar Fort
Mltw Jane Dlekenion spent Tuesday
In Salt Lake.
100 doen Hoys' and Girls' Fierce
I.luul Union Suits, uge 12 to II. worth
7fic to $1 HO, at Chlpmau's llargnlii
llasement onlv IHc per suit. 3-lt
Mi. and Mrs A. W. Peterson and
Miss Ida Chlpmnn spent Sunday in
Mr. R. Raybard or Salt Lake, spent
Wednesday In Anieilean Folk on
Mrs llairj Wheeler of Salt Luke,
spent Wednesday iu Aineileau Fork,
guesi or Mrs. C. M. HaiiHon.
Mr. T. I Kelly or Salt Lake, was
Iu Aineileau Folk Wednesday on
Mr. and Mis. (leo. Strausberg or
Lehl, spent the forepart of the week
iu American Fork.
Miss Edna Hull spent Monday even
ing In Salt Lake, returning Tuesday
Warm lllankcts, Wide'illankets, all
sizes, all colors, Sample line, a sav
ing or 215 to :i:t l-3 per cent. Chlp
miin's Dm gain llasement. 3-It
Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Murilock or I'rovo
spent the forepart or tho week In Am
erican Fork, guests or Mr. Murdock's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Chlpmnn.
Mr. and Mrs Milton Pool moved In
to T F. Corbett'a home this week. Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Pool taking up their
residence iu their rormer homo.
Miss Millie Thornton, who lias been
working iu the telephone olllce for tho
past three years, resigned hor posi
Mr. Tom Coddlngton Is home from
his sheep herd, nrter 1111 absence or
Mr. Russell Whitman or Sprlugville,
spent Sunday Iu Amerlcnn Fork,
guest or Miss Sadie Chlpmnn.
Mr. Jacob Jensen or I'rovo, spent
Wednesday In American Fork on busi
ness. Mrs. Lorena Poterson, who has
been cash girl at Chlpnian's Mercan
tile company for the past six years,
resigned her position on the liiBt or
That "SUCCESS" Is the offspring or
Which unvor is willing to stop.
Its "Rest" is an Infinite motion
Tho "SLEEP of a spinning top."
We want to know when you have
friends to eat "chicken dinner" or
to visit you. it Is such Items or news
that makes the locnl page or your
home paper Interesting.
Tho farmer bends tho knee to none,
'and Is less disturbed by tho world
wide reign of gran and greed than
any or his fellows. May he long live
ami prosper this sou or tho soil, who
Ib the balance wheel or the universe
Yes, young man, tho glaciers of
lire are hard to climb, and you will
never make tho trip without a guide
The linmo or the guide Is "Wmk."
Tie yourself to him, young man. and
he will pull you through all right.
Saturday night at 7:30 the Wilson
club will hold Us regular inerjtliiK In
tho auditorium of tho City Hall. Pi of.
Harold Stephens, Instructor In law at
tho University of I'tah, will be the
principal speaker In addition to
Prof Stephens, District Attorney J.
II. McDonald of I'rovo, delivers an ad
dress. Tomorrow, Sunday. October 4th.
will be observed as a diiy of prayer
Iu every city and hamlet In tho Unit
ed States, iu compllnnco with the pro
clamation of the President of the
United States for tho establishment or
pence In tho world.
Sweaters are handy, Sweaters are
warm, ir you buy at Chlpnmn's you
do yourself no Imrm. Sample lino at
liargalu llasomont. g.jt
The Third Ward bungalow which
took second prize, was suggested by
tho olllcers or tho Y. M M. I. a., the
frame work being made by young
Hawkins and Clayson, members or tho
association, under tho direction of It.
L. Ashby. Tho Jonathan apples used
In tho wnlls and porch of th.1 bungn
low were grown by Ulehnrd Mitchell
The bnlanro or the fruit used in the
display wm rnUetl In the orchard! of
Huury DIncli and Geo F Shelley
Mr JameB Pulley spent Saturday a
and Sunday in Salt Lake, II
Mr Arza Rhodes of Coltln, wn" '"
American Fork Monday nnd Tuesday ( I
Gloomy Dance, Smuln's Academy. I
Filday, October 9, 1914.- I
Mr. J W Walsh or Salt Lake, was J
an American Fork vlBitor Wednesday
Mr Alma Olson of Stoirs, I 'ah.
Is heie visiting ror a ruw days, I
Mr, Andrew Adumson or Salt I ak,,i jj
w'iib liiui' Monday on business, 4
Mr. H N. Chrlstonaen spent Moada) 1
In Salt Lake, on business. J
Mr John Roblnsoti spent Thur day )
In Salt Lake on business, I
Mrs. John II. Wootton and tuo of
her younger children tiro confiin-J to I
their beds with typhoid fever. jj
Mrs. Enoch Farr or Ogden, l lie-'
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I
Mrs Ella Spencer or Logan, Hah, I
Is heie visiting with Mr. and Mrs T
Mr Dave Cousins or Shelley, Idaho,
Is heie on a short visit with his rela
tives. Mrs. Vern Walker spent the week
Iu Provo, visiting with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lefler.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Southwortli and
Mrs. 1. T. Henry spent Sunday In
Mr. G. G. Hoag spent Wednesday In
American Fork, In tho Interest or the
Miss Lornnc Chase returned to her
home, lu Provo, nrter 11 ton day's visit
In American Fork.
Miss Mllllo Robinson Is engaged at
the Intcrurbnn depot ns nsilstnnt
Mr. James Dunkley of Salt Like,
was in American Fork Monday 011
Mr. T. F. Corbett and rnmlly have
moved to Provo, whore they will make
Mr. Ray Hoover or I'rovo, spent
Monday ami Tuesday In American
Work was commenced Monday 011
the now $3,000 homo or Wm. Flrmage
on Fourth West Street. Ed. l'axman
has the contract.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Doiinp)- navel
taken up their residence iu the Third
Ward again, after spending the sum
mer In American Fork canyon.
Miss Juno Sanrord or Cove, Oregon,
ami Miss Jessie Fonts of Price, spent
the Torepart or tho week here, guoats
or Miss Herthn llnssett.
Mrs. James Pulley, who has been
In Salt Lake ror the past three weeks,
spent Saturday here vlsltlne her fam
ily. Mrs. Fred Strong and baby of Al
pin, spent the week In American
Fork, visiting with her mother, Mrs.
J. M. Thornton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Woods or Ogdon.
spent Tuesday visiting American
rrlends. Miss Ora Lynch accompan
ied them home In tho evening
James Gnlsrord Is home rrom Nevn
da, where he has spent the past three
months 011 Mrlutycr's ranch. Ho wns
compelled to unit work earlier than
he expected on account or an Injury
to his baud.
"I've alius noticed grate success
Is mixed with troubles, more or loss;
And Its the one who does Hie bcBt
That gets more khks than nil tho
rest." James Whltcoinb Riley.
Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Ilodell returned
to their homo In llnrrlinan, Tuesday,
after spending n week here with Mrs
llodoll's mother. Mrs Martini Chlp
mau. Mr. ami Mrs. J. V Man. MR return
ed Sntiuday from a vacation spent
on Mr. ManwIII's farm in Albion, Ida
ho Ho reports the people genorally
as having had line crops, though n
dlsiistrlous hall storm did consider
Tho R. S. O. S. ladles met at Mrs
Lolghtou Cnssldy's Wednesday. Noxt
meeting will bo held at ihe homo of
Mrs. "Jack" Artnmson.
Those weeds dropplnR S(.0,B fiur.
rounding gomo places. rlnlu Iu tho
city. Is a disgrace to the owners or
said property. The city mioulii take
1 ho matter up.
Mr Q. S. Wootton eiiieri,tii,(.,i 'w.
"eduy evening nt 11 shower f0r MIhk
Anna Unrlon of Pl0tt.an, Ur0Vlu Mrt8
Uurton will ho marrM t0 Thomas
Hanson of this city in the n0ar future.
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I BIG BATTLES
Tho biff battleship is better managed than the little rowboat that up- I
sets on the pond B
The biff .corporation is better able to serve the public than the little I
Your company handles the telephone needs of three, million people W
right here in the seven mountain states
It handles over a million telephone messages every day of the year.
The present war in Europe is a war of waste and destruction I
Bigger battles for peace arc being fought here in the Nnited States I
Battles for good-will, prosperity and fair dealing I
The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. I
"The Corporation Different"
Mr. R. Little of St. Joseph, Miss
ouri, spent the forepart of tho week
in American Fork 011 business.
Mr. Samuel Hale of Salt Luke, was
a visitor hore Sunday with his broth
er, Mr. Heber Hate.
Mr. F. Dovwy or Pocatello, tdaho,
spent the week end lu Amorlcan Fork,
guest or Miss Mae Walker.
Tho tongues or slander nro busy
these days, and those wagging the
most, wo dare say, are living lu "glass
houses." Ho chnrltnble get both
aides of tho story then you are
not likely to ruin the reputations of
lleatlnif Plant Fur (.'olden Rule
The Golden Rulo Store this week
installed a modern steam httitefBr
plant In their building. The chupB
necessitated building a new sncbBj
stack connecting with the furnace bB
the basement. jBJ
Choice Gut Flowers I
Ferns uud Floral Peiiful
Send to tho I.elil Floral Co. UH, B
Telephone 20-J. We dtllurB
ritOMlTLY IN I
KiWou'u. be 1 Conference, j
WmWrn- with ow II If ' Fair and RaCl
FALL ' . IjpBBSi WftlLs and Underwear to fit V
AND COATS IlIlP5 t hJmWL Do not buy y,our Su!!r2l
'Wvr WSmSL in Salt Lake-Keep your bkB
"SNAP." STYLE IS WHftT YOU WANT WHEN y at h "I
YOU BUY YOUR READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS. Bu-V yur HanLBI
Grips of us -we ftive Jou aB
OUR SUITS AND COATS POSSESS "SNAP." OUR dib when you are short of
READY-TO-WEAR GARMENTS NOT ONLY "LOOK W
THE PART" BUT WEAR WELL. WHY? BECAUSE Watch our windows for I
GOOD MATERIALS ARE USED IN MAKING THEM latest stylos. "
AND THEY ARE MADE RIGHT. Lot us furnish you jiI
Trunk for your son or w B
WE PRICE THEM RIGHT TOO. ter who is ffoing a"
Am Fork Co-op. Institution I
"THE PEOPLE'S STORE j, H. STOBRS, Manner 9