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BKu i AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN 8ATURHAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1014, I
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H I ' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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I The Snn I'cilro litis n now agent,
ii Mr. R W I'ypcr.
' Mrs. Lcnn Shot Icy of Snlt Lnkc,
i spent tlm week end with relatives.
H ' Mr. ItiislncHs Mnn Your buslncRs
H. ,.N will Ihj tiottcr with nn nil in the homo
C Y paper.
H Clyilu I'arkor returned Sunday, nf-
H ter Hpcudtnt; two, weeks In Amcrlcnn
H ' Fork canyon.
H' A liiislnoaa block on the Main street
B Is n better monument to a nmii than
B n stouo iii tlu cemetery.
HM r .
H Mm Jnincn I) Taylor was In I'rovo
B liiBt Monday Isltlnt; her daughter,
H- Mabel, who In taking a nurses' course
H at the I'rovo (icncral hoHpitnl.
H Mm M Newman of Salt Lake, unci
H Mrs WIlllaniH and son nnd daughter
H of '"iiiitlful, wore tho guests of Mrs
H I'cti" Adnmson's Thanksgiving Day
H Tl. Misses Kinmii and Edith Sbcl-
H ton i mi Mary Sutton of Salt Lake,
H upeni Saturday and Sunday with
B t heir garndparentn, Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe
i Mr. James Condor and his son, I'ct-
B e r, from McDatilelfl ennyon, were
m visitors In tho city the first of the
B week, remaining over Thanksgiving
K Dr. J, J, lluswcll, Ophthalmic
H Specialist of Salt Lnkc, will bo at the
B Grant Hotel Tuesday, December 1st.
piH No charge for tenting eyes. Refer-'
PJH enccs. 28-lt
PH , Mr, niul Mrs. Albert Dirk, and and
PjH J Mrs. Angus Ciinuiiighnm, Mrs. Thos.
PfV Thornton, Miss Vcrlnnd Woods, Mrs.
PfB T. J, Parker and Milton Pulley plena-
PfH , iintly surprised Mrs. J. II. Pulley
PfH', Thursday afternoon, in honor of her
PJH birthday. They all enjoyed n chlck-
PH'. ' en supper.
K "f " ' Tlio Primary Stake Convention was
PfHL held Saturday in American Fork. A
PJH J ' mooting was hold In the morning for
PJJb tho fitnko ohlcers and ono In tho nf-
M I tcrnoou for tho geucrnl board. In
PH ( tho evening n social was given, punch
PfB ( n'I oko being tho refreshments. It
PfK j turned out to bo a great success,
"You nrc certainly getting out somo
Ha good news papers," said a gentleman
Hk, 4 from Salt Lnko tho othor day. "I
HsD I lnivo been comparing tho throo papers
Mb Ijh wth others in tho stato, nnd no city
Hg ' ' has hotter jinpurs and fow hnlf ns
PpP-'i good." Wo would suggest that our
Hf ' subscribers compnro their homo paper
Hjf&l "vltli othor country papers in tho
K2 )j stnto then "boost" or "Knock" It.
Miss Verlniid Woods left Tucsduy
for it week's lslt In Suit Lake.
Miss Ada Stark of Salt Lake, spent
the week with relatives.
Jack Hunter waB a Salt Lake visit
Mr. and Mrs Peter Crystal of Ida
ho, are here visiting relatives.
Mr. John Miller and daughter, Ros
alia, were In Salt Lake Wednesday.
Mrs. S. Nowton spent the week with
friends In Provo and Price.
MIbs Merlo Holey spent Thanksgiv
ing Day In Snlt Lake visiting friends.
"JCUDORA," In twenty weekly In
stallments will be at the Orient In the
very near future. 28-lt
There's no doubt of results for tho
advertisers who attend to their ads
llko other business propositions.
Miss Jessie DavUon of Snlt Lake,
was tho guest of Miss Myrtle King
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nielsen spent Sun
day in Salt Lnkc, guoBts of Mr. und
Mrs. Fred M. Hnssett.
Mr. and Mrs W. F. Bromley of
Eurekn, spent part of tho week with
Mrs. Rosa Uroinley.
Mr. nnd Mm. Enrl McTaguo left
Wednesday for n week's visit with
relatives In ningham.
Mrs. Snrah Crookbton spent tho lat
ter part of tho week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Earl Garrett, of Salt Lake.
Tho Citizen Hunts your Job print
liifr Messrs HusIiicki Man, Profession
nl Man ami Etcry Day Citizen. 28-lt
Jay Wootton nnd Llta Spry of Salt
Lake, spout tho week end with Mr.
and Mrs. John Wootton.
Mrs. Clifford E. Young returned
Monday after spending ten days with
Dell Moylo and Mario Dunn of
Provo, wcro tho guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Unrrntt tho end of tho
Mrs. Elizabeth Nccdham and grand
daughter, Fay Lambert, of Salt Lake,
spent tho week nt tho home of HenJ.
Tho homo pnper ought always to bo
singing tho praises of tho homo town;
but lot's tnnko It n chorus instead of
n solo. (
Mrs S. L. Chlpmnn was In Provo,
Tuesday, visiting with hor daughters.
J. Traccy Wootton was In Snlt Lake
Wednesday on business.
Mr. W. C. Preston la homo from n
month's stny at his bcep herd.
Vano Fraser oi ( -field, is hero
visiting with Knrl Wootton.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Pool spent
Sunday In Stilt Lake visiting friends.
Mrs. Charlie Peterson of Lohl, spent
Tuesday hero the guest of her sister,
Mrs. J. P. Crookston.
Ralph and Alice Dunn of Provo,
were American Fork visitors the lat
ter part of the week.
Russell Whitman of 8prlngvllle
wob the guest of Miss Sadie Chlpman
Mr. John Condor nnd daughter, Mrs.
Knrl Vnrncy, spent tho week cud with
Mrs. Pnrley Smoot of Provo.
Miss Mcllnda Parker spent the lat
ter part of tho week In Salt Lake,
visiting her sister, Mrs. C. G. Patter
son. You huvo to be n citizen In order
to voto; but you have got to do n
good deal more than voto In order to
be n citizen.
Mr. Jacob Greenwood returned
Tuesday from a week's visit n the
Whirlwind mine, In American Fork
Mias Joslc Greenwood of Salt Lake,
wiib in American Fork tho lattor part
of tho week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. HenJ. Greenwood.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Pulley wcro call,
cd to Snlt Lake Monday afternoon on
nccount of Mr. Pulley's brother, Wm
being very low.
Mrs. F. Jordon of Salt Lake, form
erly Mrs. McDonald, Bpent tho first
of tho week with her son, Porry Bush
Mrs. Carl Anderson entertained
Wednesday In honor of hor daughter,
Lnboll's, birthday. Tho afternoon was
spent in music and games, and light
refreshments wero sorved.
Mr. and Mrs. Davo Smith of Salt
Lake, motored to American Fork Wed
nesday and spent tho weok end with
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Another great serial production at
tho Orient Thcntro to commence soon,
"THE MASTER KEY," 30 reels, ap
pearing in two part episodes each
1 week. 28-lt
Marion Robinson spent pnrt of tho
weekIn Murray, visiting friends.
J. L. Firmngo and F. A McCrossan
spent Sunday In Hobcr.
Mr. A. W. Peterson spent Wednes
day In Provo on bUBlncBB.
Davo Thomas of Fairfield, was an
American Fork visitor Monday.
Mr. S. L. Chlpmnn was in Provo
on business Tuesdny.
Mr. W. II. Bassott of Delta, Bpent
tho weok with relatives and friends.
Mrs. II. II. Hurt left this week for
an extended stay in Richmond.
A. W. Malono of Hyrum, Utah,
spent Sundny hero visiting friends.
MIsb Nina Vnuco of Orem, was the
guest of Miss Merle Holey Sunday.
Julian King Ib homo after a two
week's stay in Garfield.
MrB. Theodore Miller spent tho
week In Snlt Lake visiting relatives.
Miss Nellie Buckwnltcr was a Salt
Lake visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo Scarlc of Bur
ley, Idaho, nro here visiting with Mr
and Mrs. Jos. Scnrlo.
Wm. nnd Ernest Cnrson of Fnlr
llcld, spent Tuesday In American Fork
Miss Lillian Clnyson of Provo, spout
the latter part of the week with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Clnyson.
Miss Ethol Kelly Is home from n
two week's visit with Mrs. Hyrum
Rooper of Provo.
Aaron Greenwood nnd Claronco
Grnnt of Provo, spent Thnnksglvlug
with their parents.
Mr. Earl Broadbent of Provo, spent
Saturday hero with his aunt, Mrs.
MI88 Leona Long of Lehl, npent the
first of tho weok hero visiting her
slater, Mrs. T. S. Broadbent.
Mrs. J. D. Knox of Salt Lnkc, is
hero visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan
Mr. L. Parker and son, Bnrtle, spent
a day's outing In American Fork can
Wo wore thankful Thursdny that
thoro's only a few business houses in
our fair city who docs not advertise
In tho homo pnper, nnd not over n I
couplo of dozen families who do not
subscrlbo and pay for their homo paper.
Dr. P. M. Kelly made a business
trip to Snlt Lake Tuesday.
Mrs. G. J. Sinclair was In Provo,
Tuesday, guost of Mrs. J. M. Harmon.
J. H. Dally spent Thanksgiving in
Steve Woods Is down from Eurokn,
to spent tho holidays with his family.
Miss Borthn Stcgglo spent Thanks
giving with friends in R vcrtou.
R. . Mnnwlll was up American Fork
ennyon on business matters Tuesday.
Burco Simmons of Provo, was in
American Fork on business Monday.
Mr. Win. Knighton nnd son, R. L.
and wife of Murray, spent tho week
as guests of Dr. R. K. Knighton.
Clifton nnd Leo Sutherland of
Provo, spent Saturday hero visiting
Mr. Stovo Woods of Eurekn, pent
a. fow days this week here with his
wife and daughter.
Mrs. M. O. Randolph nnd children
spent tho week hore visiting hor par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. James H. Pulley.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Footo and son,
Wyburn, of Eureka, spent tho week
with their son, Mark H. and wife.
The Misses Blanch Crandall and
Dorothy Chlpmnn was Provo visitors
John Jensen of Provo, was In Am.
Fork Tuesday, visiting with his aunt,
I Mrs. Snrah Crookston.
Tho Misses Orn nnd Lunn Chlpman
of Salt Lake, spent tho week with
their parents, Mr. und Mrs. William
Ronald Nlcholcs of Provo, Is home
to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with his parents, Mr. and MrB. Geo.
"".Mrs, Elmer Bates entertained tho
Bonnie Brier club Wednesday evening.
Tho tlmo was pleasantly spent In pro
gressive pnrlor games and dainty re
freshments wero served.
Tho local teachers nnd Ell J. Clay
son wcro at Salt Lnko Monday and
Tuesday attending tho Stato Teach
ers' Convention. Supt. C. W. Whltak
cr was honored at tho convention by
being elected one of tho trustees of
Rend "Tho Master Key," story now
running in tho Herald-Republican.
This grand photoplay will Boon com
mence at the Orient Theatre, ono In
stallment weekly. 28-lt
Dave nnd Eugene Nlcholcs of l'roVn
spent tho week .with their parents,
. Roy Woods left Sundny for a f
weeks in Salt Lake.
Joy Jones of Provo, spent the fore
part of tho week In American Fork
Ralph Bnrratt of Salt Lnko i,
spending a week with his parents.
Mrs. Leo Sholton of Salt Lake, apeilt
tho weok with her parents, Mr aJ
Mrs. Joseph II. King,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomns Steele and
family of Salt Lnkc, spent Thank.
giving with Mrs. Alice Steele.
Mr. F. Dewey or Salt Lake, was the
guoct of MIsb May Walker part of
Mr. C. Burnett of Spanish Fork
spent Tuesday here with the Golden
Tho .B. B. club wero delightfully
entertained nt tho home of Mrs. Perry
Bush Wednesday. The afternoon wM
spent In sewing and music and at 6
o'clock n delicious luncheon wa
Miss Rosolla Storrs, dnughtor of
Bishop and Mrs. J. H. Storrs, a.
married to Mr. Elmer Miller of I'rovo
Wednesday, In tho Salt Lake Temple'
Mr. Miller is teaching High School In
Pleasant Grovo this winter, so they
will mako thnt their home until
DON'T BE AFRAID HE
WILL NOT HURT YOU
Commencing next week, December
1st, tho Chlpman Mercantile company
will take a special Interest in show
Ing tho children and parents tho larg
est nnd most complete line of Dolls,
Toys, Novelties nnd Xmas Goods'
ThcBe German mado articles wero all
purchased before tho war allctcd
prices. There will be no advance In
toys this year, If you buy from ul
Wo wero successful In securing, not
only the staple articles usually ex
hibited, but a largo number of inter
esting attractions and many new,
toys that have not been shown be
fore. Our full line will be shown
Decembor 1st, in our Grocery Depart
ment. Xmas Goods, Xmas Books,
Xmas Cards Xmas Dishes and Xmas
CandlcB. Old Santa will be one of the
prominent features on display.
CHIPMAN'9 BIG RED STORE
American Fork 25-lt
Choice Out Flowers
' Ferns and Floral Dctfgiu.
Send to the Lfhi Floral Co. Uhl
Telephone 20-J. We dellur
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K 1 1 Dry-Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries, I PmI I
HI J mM -Hardware or Furniture- I " " dfftll I
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I Until We Have Quoted YOU Prices I rolS -M
I; W will save you 10 to 50 per cent on your winter as well as staple everyday merchan- I
HI ,dlse- Sr ne. week we are going to make greater price reductions than ever. We must I
LP Ssuallv hT-rS'h8 -gdS W(h!fh 'f n be onudisP.lay- O" account oi backward season we have an un- I
I member rffft itfu, 01C1 "C n tau and W er mcndl- Thl we must unload so as to make more room. Re- I
H,l I Z c in S h I who? S nl rea"y gun We are sure to have many weeks of cold weather. Prepare now while I
B; yo" t-an get just what you want at just about manufacturer s cost. 1 1
H , LAWES' C0ATS LADIES' SUITS CLOTHING and SHOE DEPARTMENT fmTWA tlPPARTMEli?- I
Hi 17'50 C l .00 $24S)0 Suil8 $19-r, ,,r f' n , n Do, -cent off VS in T Lm" windows-For Fancy Line of
HI I W.fl0 Coals nt $11.50 S2.60 Suits $1S.0() J Duck Cunts 20 per ,,() .-1 Shjioj Wjjor yn o . TInml pnntci (Vm
H 12.rj() Coats ko at 10.00 IiJ.Ofi Suits s!lfl.r,n M,.ns hoavv Shirts lf jicr wni olT' Clnnnoiits ' ," Prious from 2fiu to $."UH).
H ! W Coats K0 nt $7.!)ii $17.5 1) Suits $14.00 font oiT. " Men's Dross Shoos worth 10 por'eont off on iMon's and 3JU.3 per cent olYcm ow'0 'W
H ' " Skirts mm nnd Or l0 lot Suits 8 5 choice HpttVy S,meB 2 r $'K mi for $2'50- vh ' Cups! of English lXnuer ware. I
H lU,S $2-1,S a'prt Off n& and Boys- Sweaters woSMSl IfitiZ lS ? I
I J ; American Fork Co-operative Institution I
H 1 "THE PEOPLE'S STOM J. H. STORRS, Manager I