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I! AMERICAN PORK LOCALS
I, M'B8 I'cnrl Grunt Bpont Tuesday In
j I'lcnsnnt drove visiting friends.
Wo nro thnnkful that we live In the
best town In the state American
Mrs. J. E. Ingorooirand daughter
Mellsin, wero In Salt Lake Wednes-
Ray Elslmoro of Salt Lake, spent
the latter part of the week with rela-
Lenny Wilds is homo from a three
week's Btay In American Pork enn-
I Mrs. Emma Chase is home from a
three weeks' visit In Salt Lake and
I Mr. Uyrant Strlngham of Storre,
spent tho week end at the homo of
James Chlpman, Jr.
I MIbb Mary Dlackhurst left Wednes
day for n few day's visit with her
relatives in Salt Lake.
Milton Chlpman of Provo, spent the
week end with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Chlpman.
Miss Florence Chlpman spent
Thursday and Friday In Salt Lake
. Dartlo Parker of Provo, spent
Thursday hero with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. Parker.
Howo Chlpman and Lenn Harring
ton spent Monday In Cedar Fort,, hunt
Aleno and Melba Rollo of Salt Lake,
wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. T.
I M. Urown Sunday.
Miss Mary Talraago of Salt Lake,
spent tho first of the week here, guest
I at the homo of R. E. Dooth.
I Spencer Gammell of " Springvlllo,
I spent Saturday and Sunday hero with
t I his wife and babo.
I ,Mrs. Dyrant Strlngham of Stor'rs,
I spent tho week with her parents, Mr.
I and Mrs. James Chlpman. .
I Miss Adelo Potero of Provo, Bpent
I ' Saturday horo visiting with Mrs.
1 Elizabeth Peters.
I . - -
I Miss Ida Smith of Provo, spent the
I end of tho wcok with nor parents, Mr.
I and Mrs. W. B.- Smith.
m " ' "" " i 4
M Mrs. George Cunningham and grand
daughter spent Thanksgiving week
with her daughters In Salt Lake.
I Mrs. E. Beebo of Provo, spent the
I latter part of the week hero visiting
, I her mother, Mrs. Ellen Darratt.
I Mrs. P. Long and daughter, Leona,
I of Leli I, wero guests of Mrs. Long's
I daughtor, Mrs. T. S. Broadbent. '
I Miss Orlean Lemon and Miss Julia
I Brown of Provo, spent Wednesday
I hero, guests of Mrs. J. E.' Ingersoll.
Mr. and Mrs. James Grant of Salt
I Lake, spent tho week In American
I Fork and Alpine, visiting" relatives.
I Miss Myral Casslty.of, -Provo, was
I tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Roy Bo-
I ley, Thursday and Friday. .
I Mrs. John Hendrlckson of Salt
I Lake, sppnt tho week with her par-
1 nuts, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Grant.
1 Mr. nnd Mrs. E. N. Wagstnff anr"
I daughter, Ida, spent tho latter part ol
I tho week with Salt Lako friends.
I Mrs. Ellen Hofhelns of Gunnison,
I spent tho fdrepart of tho week with
I her daughter, Mrs. Earl Holmstead.
Mrs. Martha Chlpmun and son,
H Lynn, spent the weok In Hcrrlmun,
Utah, visiting her daughter, Mrs. Win
H Mrs, Royal Murdock and children
H of Provo, spent tho forepart of the
H week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H 8. L. Chlpmnn. "
H Mrs, C. R. Wnrdsworth left for her
H homo In Salt Lako City Saturday, of
H tor spending two months at the home
H of I'arloy Hansen.
H Never was a moro delightful fall
H than tho present one, but a good snow
H dorm would holp business, and save
J some Rlckness. .
J While your homo paper Is boost-
H Iiir our town mid things of Interest
H l It. why not boost your little paper
J oce in awhile. I
ML Mr anil Mia. (leorgo 10. Heniplitll
M r,f 8l,lt Luke, formerly of this city,
wo th,. 0lltl pun,tj of u tjitby boy
I Mr' una 'mV tJeorguMleo'VtuFnl-d
' tt'Hr homt. in ogj Saturday, nf-
M "r lendli,K ten tluys hero with roln-
i I N!rs J w Oviud, who luiH been In
. 8uen the ,Ht thr.-ti months under
"" doctor's cure. a homo and Is feel
M '"B much improved
T. L. Coddlngton leaves today for
a six week's stay with his sheep herd.
Mrs. A. Lambert and daughter, Eva,
of Salt Lake, spent the week with Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Bezzaut.
Miss Lavetta Crompton haB been
visiting friends and relatives In Salt
Lake City for the past two weeks
Miss Hattle Walker of Provo, spent
the latter part of the week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Chlpman of
Farmlngton, spent Thanksgiving with
their relatives In American Fork.
Mrs. Maud McCarty and Mrs. R.
Chamberlain of Salt Lake, spent the
latter part of the week at the home
of Mrs. E. H. Boley.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ro'scll and Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Francom of Salt Lake,
wore the guests of MrB. E. H. Boley
the latter part of tho week.
Mr. Mario Rowley motored down
from Bait Lako City last Monday, to
spend Thanksgiving week with his
sister, MrB. Frank Hanson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Myers of Eureka
are in town spending a few days with
MrB. Mycr's sister, Mrs. George Sum
mcrvllle. Mrs. Alveno Okey of Eureka, rc
turneilhomo Sunday, after n ten day's
visit with her brother, Mr. T. L. Cod
dlngton. Mr. James Adamson of Shelley, Ida
ho, has been In tho city for tho past
woek visiting with his mother, Mrs.
A party consisting of twclvo boys,
ranging In ago from 13 to 14 years,
surprlsod Franklin Hanson Monday
ovenlng with an oyster supper, after
which they spent tho ovenlng plny
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Osborne enter
tained at dinner Thnnksglvlng In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Nielsen, tho
other members present wero: Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. B. Pendleton, Mrs. F. L. Da
vis and Miss Margrct Osborne of Salt
Crltlzc, then organize
t If tho town is stalled, get out and
""Tho ' way to havo neighbors Is to
be one. .
j Bo an example to tho town, notja
Get together, and wo will all get n
Give your Job and town your host
An automobllo needs n sturtor; so
doe's a town.
This isn't your town or my town:
It fs bur. town.
Ffre a man with ambition instead
of a cussing.
If tho town needs anything, it needs
Land that Is dirt cheap may not
bo 'Cheap dirt.
Bo a live ono and this town will
ne'Ver bo a dead one.
Good roads not only load to town
but to business.
Speak well of your town, and think
A drink on tho houco never puts u
shlnglo on yours.
You crin't knock your town without
'IPush" Is a good motto for a
front door or for n town.
Why should a town muzzle the
Jogs and net tho knockers?
Put a new roof on tho Iioubo nnd
let. tho crops havo tho rain.
Invest your money llko ycu pasture
your horso near at homo.
You havo to fatten n stcor, nnd
you havo to boost n community.
Be llko a ball player. Tho thing ho
Is' always working for Is homo.
A horse Is entitled to n good roof
over Its head as much as you am
T)io only man who over gets waked
up In come towns Is tho druggist.
Bo ono of tho lenders of tho town.
If you can; but nnyway, keep up.
A town Is llko u pernmbulator; It
Isn't much ubo uiiIosb It Is pushed.
Let's not be trying to stop some
thing nil tho tlmo; let's start some
thing. r Put on good front ; and that
means a new porch Just ub much as
a new vest.
Don't bo u grouch; ovorybody In
this town wishes you well- even the
t'What some homed in this town
ilJMrlh ni'W thu'go BtepH, but new
fVomuSlos.' ' i
A car can't run without gasoline;
a commercial club can't inn without
If you would llko to sio pence,
muku those hoiiBii repairs that your
Tho mtii who waits for something
AMERICAN KOitu rim 7r 0,,n.,,. .,.. 1 HhHwPJPJH
i " UIUI SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1914. fi bVjWJK'WHVJBVJI
to turn up Is nlwhysgoUlng turujI
If you wnnt to gcin the right
side or your wife, jm'Wsome now 8N
lug on tho house. I&,
Don't look for softvsnnps; the hunl
snnps are tho ones that have the gin
Kor In them. t
THK i:w (JAMK LAW
Book iigentH and magazlno collect
ors and solicitors mny ho killed from
October 1 to Soptember 1, Spring
1'oets from Mnrch 1 to Juno 1, Scandal
mongers from April 2 to, February 1,
Umbrella borrowers from August 1 to
November 1, and from February 1 to
May 1, while every man who accepts
a paper for n wholo year and refuses
to pay for It when tho bill Is present
ed, may bo killed on sight without
reserve or relief from vnluntlon or
appraisement laws, and burled face
down without benefit to clergy. -K.
Every farmer who owns his farm
ought to have printed stationery with
his name, tho nmnc of his poBt of
fice, property gltcn. Tho printed
heading might also glvo tho names
of whatever cropc ho specializes in,
or his specialties In stock. Ncatl
printed stationery gives you n per
sonality nnd a standing with any por.
son or firm to whom you wrlto nnd In
sures tho proper reading -of your
nnmo nnd address. If you wish to
write to your congressman or mem
ber of tho legislature, or If you have
a request to niako of your county
superintendent of schools, or If you
wish Information from nny business
house, in any caso your letter will
havo Increased weight and receive
moro nnd quicker attention If you
uso printed stationery, Get tho habit
Como to tho Alplno Pub. Co. ofllce
nnd havo us print you COO sheets of
good paper with envelopes to match.
It will bo ono of tho best Investments
you ever made.
MX AUTO, 'TIS OF 'HIKE
(Swiped and Revised)
My auto, 'tis of thee, .,
Short cut to poverty J
Of thee I chant; ,..'
I blow n pllo of dough - u
On you two yenrs ago, V4-
Now you refuse to go ,.
Or won't or can't. Iff
Through town and countryBldo t ,
You wero my Joy arid prldo
I felt qulto gay; 2
I loved thy gaudy hue, i ,
Thy nlco white tires, so now,
But now you'ro sick for true,
In ovory way.
To thee, old rattle box,
Came many bumps mid knocks;
For then I grelve.
Badly thy top Is torn,
Thy scats oro frayed and worn,
Quinsy Iiiib got thy horn,
I do believe.
Thy perfumo swells tho breezo
While good folks choke mid wheczo
As wo pass by.
I paid for then a price,
Twould build it mansion twice,
Now everybody's yelling "Icol"
I wonder why?
Shy motor has tins f rip.
Thy spark plug has tho pip,
And woo Is thine.
I, too, luive Buffered chills,
Aguo and kindred Ills,
Trying to pay my bills
Since you wero mine.
Gonu Is my bank roll now,
No moro 'twould choko the cow,
As once before.
Yet, ir I hud thrt yen,
So help me, John, miicii!
I'd buy n enr ngaln
And speed somo moro.
Morltol Whlto Liniment Is a
splondld application for soro throat,
Cold on tho Lungs, Croup nnd Pains
In tho Chest. Saturate n plcco of
flannel cloth with tho Llulmont and
uso as it plaster. It la very pen
3t rating, and effective. Prices 25c
JOc and $1.00. F. M. Brown, Amer
ican Fork, Utah., Exclusive Agents
M i ' iff LjiLkjHr 3PffipLH
AijjgHiiLjJL BUSINESS DIRECTORY") BM
A Directory of Reliable Firms who Are 1 BjBH
Worthy of Your Patronage. H
j TRACEY WooTTON J. W. OVARD 1 HpHpjH
Attorney tit Liui. Lunch Stand r HsflUHiLI
NOW TIIAMiSdlVlNtJ IS Associated with Gustln, Gollotto & IIot voa ...,, rnffnn ) bHiLH
iivimi vi- iv... .... Ilmyloii, 1301-7 Walker Bank Bldg., llllIp ,', J.08 a,m 4Loire10 HKitjLH
OM.lt 0 UII. I. It i: Halt Lake City. upper .Main St. American Forlb HhHH
thin;kix(j or Ofllce Ohipman Bank Bldff. 1 HSplpjpa
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH K SMBHH
cuitLsTMAs i'ii:si:vis Homo Insurance Agency n
,,,..,.,. ' ftco. A. Ilronn, araiwgcr ' 8 1K
11' Grant's Emporium ''"VfS, ;!, SW?W" I H
MARTIN flnl, Counly Agents ' ,i iH
i(M.lr, c1(11,. s,,n,n rlms ,,(,'t riiniif 20 108 West Venter SI. ' HKSpLl
",Ulr) Sl"" Xmas Allthe Year. Proro, Ulnh. HHHpLI
-----,m--i- Don't buy Plituos till you see HpH
ours-IIIgl, Grade $C00.00 AXcl lol"t . T. Dloomqulit , HHH
CLARENCE M. BECK Piano for $00.00, ?S00.00 The Qunllty Paint Store
LAWYER Player I'tnno for $200.00. lil.OOMQUIST BROTHERS '' HBiiLv
r'rnclicos in miy court Pnlnti of All Kinds, Oils nnd YarnMi ? HLLLv
Chlpman Hank Building, Room 1 THE LOGIE HOUSE WnllamlPPicturoBFra!mcBdlnBfl flliLi
A3Ii:i:i(!A.V IORK. UTAH. A Family Hotel TI'LITIIOXF TJ WPmH
Rnles Rensonablo Wo 1-iit in WlndoVl'nnen I fl
Merchant Street American Fork e C'l
Phono (l-W ' . BaraaWM
AM. FORK BAKERY American Fork Livery and k BIH
rsii linad ami PaMr, Transfer Stable nPIH
T S MOL'S l'LAt'L" P1NK HORSES COMFORTABLE V' HH
Phono 2l.lt American Fork v ... i ...... ... VEHICLES A BEAUTIFUL . WE2$$rSM
aniiuiaii loru cxl ,i00r to Jlink or Am 1,.orki HEARSE 3.1 fiKJH
- J. I,. JMinMey, Prop. Comniodlons Hack Meets All Trains fHSH
Phono 01. XV L. W. NIELSEN. Prop. KHH
Wo may not Le tho nearest DRUG- I'uur' Shop Confections, Fruits, flRmLH
GIST to you. but wo will trv tn 1Iot alul Cold Drinks, Ico Cronm, J HOKflpl
como tho nearest to i.Ie si k you Hot Pies, Tamnles, Chill, Fresh HKAXT KLKCTltlU COMPANY !
Bread and Cakes. ,0l Us Do It If It's V HPLH
I. JL llltOU'.V, l'liarniiK'lst Quality and Cleanliness Is Joe's aim. Electrical frHdHiil
American Fork, Utah Agency for EdlBou Mazdn Lamps. P1IOXK 65-W V HLSLfl
ASSKSSML.NT MITICL Ml. ,-,
'I'lu- Mcholes TIullc Coiibolldated
Mining Companj, Principal Plnce
of Business Amerlciin Fork, Illah.
Notlco Is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho directors of tho aboo
named company, held on tho 20th day
of November, 1011, assessment No. G
of r.Oc per 1000 sharo was levied on
the capital stock of tho corporation,
payable Immediately .to P. M. Kelly,
Bocrotary, at his olllce, American Fork,
Utah. Any stock on ,whlclt this as
.scsBincnt rcmnliiB unpaid on Decem
ber 30th, 1014, will bo delinquent nnd
advortlBed for snlo at public auction
and unless payment Is mado boforo
will bo bold on Saturday, January 1C,
101C, at .'I o'clock p. m. at tho olllco
of tho secretary at American Fork, to
pay tho delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho cost of advertising
and expense of sale,
P. M. KELLY, Secretary.
First pub. Nov. 28, last pub. Dec. 10.
We Print Butter Wrappers. tf
An Old Recipe
To Darken Hair
Sago Ten mid Sulphur Turns (!ruj,
Faded llnlr Dark uuil (.loss).
Almost ovoryoue knows that Sago
Tea mid Sulphur, properly com
pounded, brings- back tho natural
color and lustre to tho hull when fad
ed, streaked or gray; also ends dand
ruff, Itching scalp nnd stops falling
hilr. Years ago tho only way to get
this nilxturo was ta uuiko it at homo,
Khlch Is mussy nnd troublesome.
Nowadays we simply nsk nt any
ill i!g storo for "Wyeth's Sago and
.Sulphur Compound." You will get
a largo bottlo for about T.O cents.
Everybody uses this old, famous rc-
Ipo, becauoo no one can possibly tell
that you darkened your hnlr, na It
do-'s it so naturally ami evenly. You
dampen n sponge or sol' brush with
it and drnw this tlunuch your hair,
taking ono small strand ut a tlmo;
by moiuiug tho gray hair disappears,
t lid after another application or two,
.our hair becomes beautifully dnrk,
thkk and glossy mid you look years
Ho Print Butter Tt nippers.
The Cutler Hotel
A JIOBIIRN 110TIJI., WITH Till: AITO PARTUIS AXB COM.
i:ST OP ACCOMllOBATIONS MUltdAI. THA1HJ A
-lt VI.L. SPIKMALTY.
A Commodious Sample Room In
THE CUTLER HOTEL
MAIN STItllLT A3ir.ltH- I'OUK 1
.1 1 "- n :. I
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 llil
This Is tho powerful combination wo oiler you. LWpH
Qirrjlirrih l" Dll'(-'nt;t" llc3 '" our "niplo capital, our f; IpHjnHpV
UllullfMII lllrfi reserve, mid in tho staunch integrity 1 nBLVLH
of our Olllcors and Directors. j'i HBSH
Q J I" point of Bcrvlco, wo extend every facility u ppfl
dllU alul eoiivonlcnco required in tho transaction V HifliiH
of modern business. LLLj
Onruinn 'Nc" Oeposltors and eld alike rccclro erery -kiHLH
OclVlUG CoiiHldeiatlon. A WM
Bank of Am. Fork U-pH
"THE OLD RELIABLE" tpH
DELINQUENT NOTIOE pH
Alplno Irrigation Company, Principal place of business, Alplno Utah. ' LHH
NOTICE There aro delliniueut upon tho following described stock, on 'H'liPPfl
account of an assessment levied by .tho Board of Directors Soptombor 20, i HLH
1011, the sovor.il amounts set opposite tho names or the respectlvo share- 1 hHppI
holders as follows: ; jH
Jolin Franklin Henley, Ceitlllento No. 200, Primary 2V6 1.C0 LJpPpfl
Mlnno Whitby Cortiflcnto No. 207, Primary .1 1,3c fLPI
Jra Rudy, Ceitlllento No. U9I, Prlmury i, Secondary C 4.05 j H
Hyrum Liuigrocn, Cortiflcnto No. 100 Primary 1 45 H
John W. Brown, Ccrtlllcatb No. 951, Primary 2 -jo lPPpl
Bort Bates, Ceitincuto No. -128, Primary 2 90 ' iPH
Bort Bates, Certificate No. 411, Primary S 2.00 f HpH
Bert Bates, CortUlcato No. 424, Primary 0 2.70 "liffl
Alplno City, Cortlllente No. 0, Secondary 1C "... o.OO 1'iPH
Alplno City, Cortincnto No. yi7, Primary r.O 22.C0 llPpl
Joseph H. Beck, Ceitlllento No. 01, Secondary 7 4.20 Lj
Joseph II. Beck, CortUlcato No. :I0, Primary 2 1.20 LH
Joseph II Bock, Certificate No. 107, Primary 10, Secondary 7 10.20 i'lPpl
It. E. Booth, Certificate No. 40, Primary 10,' Secondnry 2C 10.80 VPPfl
Jninos Brown, Ceitlllento No. 85, Primary 2, 1,10 HlPpl
James Brown, Cortiflcnto No. 78, Secondary ti a.20 1 iPpl
James Brown, Ccrtldcnto No. 70, Primary 12V4 6.87'a i'iPpI
E. J. Nash, Conlflcnto No. 135, Secondary 1 45 iPPfl
E. J Nash, Certificate No. 171), Secondary 7 3,15 CpH
Louis Peterson, Cortiflcnto No. 10, Primary 2, Secondary K 6,00 Hppfl
L. L. Clark, Certificate No, 290, Prlmury 13 c.85 H
L. L. Clink, Cortiflcnto No. 87, Primary 2, Secondary 3Vi 2.70 . jH
Josopli Henley, Cortiflcnto No. 210, Primary 1 A " 67H- ifl
Joseph Henley, Ccrllfloato No. 340, Primary 5 2.25 !pfl
lsnao Ilealoy, Coitlflento No. 230, Primary 2 ,,, .00 tf'pfl
Isaac Henley, Cortiflcnto No. 213, Primary 3 ,, ;i$ lH
D. J. Ilninnett, CortUlcato No. 1C3, l'rlmnry 1.35 T-pfl
Win. J. Hainnett, Cortiflcnto No. 258, Primary 1 ,", .15 spfl
Ellzuboth Hutchlngfcon, Cortiflcnto No 277, Primary ....3.57',4 ' H
Win. 11. linker, Certificate No. 287, 1 rlmary l'j , ,wc. 'HPfl
Benjamin Fullmer, Ccrtlllcato No. 271, Primary 2 .90 'kipl
School District, Cortiflcnto No. 02, Secondary 90 iiH
And lu accordanco with law and by order of the Board of Directors, H
mado 011 tho 2Sth day of September, 3011, bo many shares of each parcel of H
stock as mny bu necessary will bo sold at tho olllco of tho company, Alpine, H
Utah, at 2 o'clock p. m., December 20, 1914, to pay tho delinquent nsscBsmont .!
ihoreon, together with tho cost of advertising and expense of Bitlo. IH
F. O. McDANIEL. Secretary. f
First Publication November 28, 101 1. H
Ely's Cream Balm Opens Clogged II
Nostrils and Head Catarrh Goes 11
IiiMiiiiIIj Clears Air Passages Vou of iho nostrils, penetrates and UiciIn 81
Rh,iinSi-i A"? i;!s i,r, , Mtrtl , 8Wolk," rfMui II
utile Yunlsli. which lines the nose, head and uPJ
throat; clears tho air paBsagosj stops 91
Try '-Ely's Cream Balm." nasty dlschnrges and a fooling of ftl
(let a small bottlo aiiywuy, Just to clonnslng, Bopthlug relief comes Ql
try It -Apply a llttlo in tho nostrils lininedlntoly. 91
jiid Instantly your clogged uoao and Don't Iny awako tonight struggling mm
stopped-up air passages of tho head for breath, with head stuffed: nos- 'Ifl
will open; you will brontho freely; tills closed, hawking and blowing, Ul
dullness uud hoiulncho disappear. By Catarrh or u cold, with Its running
morning! the cuturrh, colit-lu-liond nose, foul mucous dropping Into the JpHM
or ontarrhul soro throat will bo gone throat, and raw dryness Is distressing mmWQmmM
I lml such nu i now! (let the but truly needless, bKJhpI
I in .ii iioi it. of t 'I- ii Cream Balm Put your faith Just once- lu LPMLfl
I i mil dm", den Thl 'cu 1'lj ' Cream Balm" and sour cold - ,JppBplP
ragr.mt L.iim dlc:oli bi tn huu. ft - '', j ., -i i : '',", '..-myT" """"mkwmi