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Mm j AMERICAN FOR CITIZEN SATURDAV, DKCEMUER 19, 1014.
Ik lehi locals
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ll H'B Christmas Sale nt People's
nil Co-op., U'hl. 19-lt
Blfll Mr. 0. A. Sliulo spout Monday In
In Provo on business.
Ijf Mrs. S. I,. Wells and' .MIbs JiiIIii
K Rtislimnn sKut Tliursdtiy shopping In
Mr Snlt Lnko City.
Ill Intel-urban passengers lo Salt Lake
i City yesterday wore S. A. Smith ,Mrs.
Mf Alien Ashlon, Miss Soinmers IngnllB,
jjf Mrs. S. K. Jackson, Win. Wins unci
Ifl I' Win. Crnhli.
8
""j Closing out entire stock of Toys and
Mf Xmas Goods nt one-fifth off, at Poo.
' pie's Co-op., I.chl. ln-it
r t tRr .
,' llynini Smith has thrco tennis innk-
'; lK tho new seellcn of the Utah Lake
H M, Irrigation company's canal, west of
KtSp Jordan Hlver.
H v Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Strong return-
H& c' '" Alpine Thursday, after spending
M'Jr ,0" ''VH guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John
$ Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, entire
Ji stock one-third off at People's Co-op.,
'$' I-elii. 19-lt
H"ji' '''I'" Third Ward Relief society
K'f, ' BnVc' u successful party In the Arcade
V "all, Thursday evening. Thcro was
' 1 a basket ball game between the
H' -,, Printers and tho Arcade team tho
H ;; hitter winning by a seoro or 20 to 12.
:'..? "'b Chrlstmns Sale at People's
!K; Co-op Kohl. 19-lt
'i'' A uuy K,rl wnc horn to Mr. nnd
Ht' -Mrs. Levi Phillips Thursday.
Dignitaries investigate
f New Jordan Dam
'' .Masterly Piece of Concrete Work
B Completed and Vter Again Turn.
HiK I'd Into the Ithcr.
.'
BM ' Tlu 1,,g c,;""-'t dam, gates and
K iiieasurlng weirs in Jordan River nt
Hj;' i t,' 'N'nrrows, woro Mulshed this week,
Rip nnJ nt r' o'clock Thursdny morning
B! "I0 M Kates nt tho hend of tho river
Hi woro oi'cned nnd tho wnter turned In.
' ,0 tl10 rlvor "Bnln. During tho ilny
B nnd beforo tho water from tho hike
B'i 1,ml reached tho diverting works, they
K were visited nnd Inspected by the Snlt
K Lnko City commissioners nnd other
Kj z,f eminent citizens nnd engineers who
Wi M it pronounced tho construction somo of
Hf vl the best cement work that has ever
K ' 1 heen done. Thoy expressed complete
BV 0 Bntlsrnctlou, which Is especially picas-
H ' ' '"K hecauso or tho fact that Kohl moil
R?t h llltl tho work undor tho supcrlntend-
i!i- 011oy of Mr W A' Kn,8ht. Another
HHlp plenslug fact is that tho Dual cost was
Bij Bcvcrnl thousnud dollars less than the
Bi engineer's original ostlmntc or $25,000.
Ht'.j j As explained In our article several
' $) weeks ago, tho works consisted of n
Kjlf"' cement dam In Jordan Rlvor, 3G feet
Kjljr thick and of Bolld concrete. Tho dam
Ejf ' , '8 82 feet wldo and has Tour radial
B gates, each 10 feet wldo, two opening
tt,' hito the river below nnd one Into each
Kj''1 r the canals on eltlior side. Tho
H f t gates, built of iron and wood, nro so
Hf ' ' constructed that n child can open
K3 ' ul"1 cloSn hom hecauso of tho ease
H$ wth whlch they are manipulated. Tho
K ?j, ! works contain a set of tho most mod-
H ; or" uieasurliig wlers, so that at any
ML 1 t,,l,u t,lu t'!lllnl companies' mnnnger
H'i "' seo Just how much wnter Is going
Bt ' Into the several channels.
' Tuesday tho old wooden dam, con-
Hfji t structcd 4S years ago, was torn out,
Mi which will enable the water or Utah
B!i ,a,0 ,0 t,rw off moro readily. His-
R I0I' J- " (arduor secured the nail
Kv, which his father drove In tho old
Hh, min l0 '01irH "Ko to designate when
H"J! tll() water reached comprltnlso.
r o
'rv I Mltle Miriam Johnson 1(.S
fr! ! Marlam Johnson, tho S-year-ohl
B 1 ' dniighter of Mr. mid Mrs. Alfred John-
H,( ' foil. lled Tuesday at their homo In
K ' , Provo, from heart trcublo. Tho little
B; Klrl was In school tho day beforo her
B'. I denth. Sho was n grnnddaughter of
H" ( Mr ' w- Drown, Sr.
B': Funeral services woro he'd yester
B dad. Among those who attended from
B i '.''111 were Ii. W. Drown, Sr, D. W
m Drown, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Mei-
B j rill and son, Foster, Mr. and Mrs
K Charles Oray.
BBH' '
Christmas Services at
Congregational School
The Congregational School will hold
special Christmas services tomorrow,
Sunday, nt 2 p. in. Tho Rov. Phillip
King of Provo will preach tho Christ.
miiH scriiinu. There will also be spec
ial musical numbers
Wednesday evening tho Congrega
tlonnl school will hold their regular
Christmas festlvllles. A Christians
I tree will bo loaded with appropriate
presents, Santa will bo thero and the
students, under tho direction of Miss
Whalley and Miss Smith, will present
a delightful playlet
Some Dry Farming Statistics
People Intending to engage In tho
dry farming business would do well
to got a leaf out of Roy Kelt's note
book. Two years ago Mr. Kott filed
on u Smoot homestead, west of Sara
toga Springs, and commenced tho
work of clearing and seeding It. Ho
kept nctunl record of every cent spent
on It, both In time and money, nnd
when he sold his crop it netted him
Just $11 per day for every dny ho put
in on It, and this too, in view of the
fact that during this tlmo ho has
cleared the brush off practically tho
entire 100-ncro tract nnd enclosed It
with n good llvo striind who fence.
Mr. Kott's grain was tested by an
expert, who wn3 ulco testing other
grains, and pronounced It as being
tho best wheat grown In Utah, Idaho
and Wyoming, lie sold tho entire
yield for Beed nt from $1.00 to $1.C0
per bushel, and it Is now nil back in
tho ground again. It pays to dry
farm If you do It right.
Tho Done Brothers kept an account
of tho tlmo spent on their dry farm In
Cedar Valley. They say that for every
day they spent on the farm with a
two horse team the net returns were
$9 per day, and $14 per day for every '
day with u four horse team, nnd their
wheat sold for from 70 to 7G cents
per bushel. Of course this did not
Include tho clearing off the brush as
In the enso of Mr. Kott.
'
m:w haiiiks
Tho stork left n baby boy at tho
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Andy Trnno
Saturday.
Mrs. John Whlmpey presented her
husbnnd with n lino baby boy lust
Sunday.
KnBt Saturday n son nnd heir wns
born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon Ander
son. Kast week the stork left n baby boy
nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hyruin
Peterson, making four boys nnd no
girls for tho week In Kohl.
M7NT.OATi:S M'PTIALS
Tho wedding of Miss Koonn Kunt
and Mr. Stanley Ooates took place at
Provo Kast Friday. A quiet family
reception and supper was hold in tho
ovouIiir nt tho homo of Mrs. Edwin
Hutchlngs, who Is u sister of the
bride.
Miss Kunt, whoso homo Is In Mam
moth, was n high school student In
Kehl four years ngo. Tho groom Is
u son or Mr. nnd Mrs. James Oontes
and has been living In Paysou dur
ing tho past winter, where ho was
amploycd making sugar. They will
resldo In Kehl for the present.
HOLIDAY i:.(TltSIONS
Via Reiner A lllo (.'ramie.
Ono single faro for round trip on
basis or thirty dny fares. Minimum
fnro 25 centB. Sale dates December
lSth to 25th inclusive, Decunibor :11st
nnd January 1st. Iletween all points
In Utah. Final limit Jominry lib,
1015. u,.!,
ItcpublicniiN Nominate Deputies
Tho local Republican committee
met Wednesday evening and recom
mended the following ns candidates
for appointment by tho comity com
missioners who will take olllco Jan
uary 1st: Deputy Assessor. Roy Da
vis; Road Supervisor, U. (J. Webb:
Registration Olllcers, Miss May Kott.
Mrs. T. A. Taylor. Miss Klzzlo llrlggs
and Mrs M A. Taylor.
H Guaranteed Plumbing
fl HEATIXU AM) IM.KCTIHCAK WORK.
B 0,r, -MOTTO KAIrlriit Work at Iteasniitible Prices.
' Wo '"',1 Prepared to do any kind of work In the. Heating Plumbing
B ' r electrlcul lino and nro pleased to furnish estlmntos free. Oood
B; plumbing in your homo is comfort, a convenient-., mid a health con-
Hj server. Ulve us n chance.
m Peterson and Gurney
H: PIioiicn (KMV nnd 05-J I.WII, 1'TUI.
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B"3t iitmtMt w 4 m JMMM,Mi
ACTION OF SKNOI-K SPOONFUL
SURPRISES MAS1'
Kehl people who bought tho slniplo
mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine,
etc., known ns Adler-I-ka, arc sur
prised at tho INSTANT effect of n
SINGLE SPOONFUL. This remedy Is
no complete a bowel cleanser that It
Is used successfully In appendicitis.
Adlor.I-kn acts on both upper nnd
lower bowel nnd ono SPOONFUL re
lieves almost ANY CASK of consti
pation, sour or gassy stoinnch. ONE
MINUTI3 after you take it tho gasses
rumble mid pass out.
II. I). Mcrrihow, druggist., Kehl.
Tho American Fork Drug Company
report great success.
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THE SIOK
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Miss Pearl Davis has been 111 for
the past ton days.
The flve.yenr-old son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Win. Thomas of Fairfield, fell
on n knife, causing a severe cut In
his nose nnd requiring medical treat
ment. Among the children sick with the
bronchial-pneumonia epidemic are the
baby or Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Street, two
children of Mr. und Mrs. Charles
IlltcBinan, tho baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Freeman Roylc, tho baby of Mr. nnd
Mrs. David Jones, children of Henry
Kowls, Jr., tho baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Johnson nnd the baby of Mr.
and Mrs. K. K. Datchelor.
Mr. John Donnldson, who was tak
en to the local hospital last week
suffering ulth pneumonia, Is reported
slowly Improving.
Mrs. Joseph Goutcs, who has been
conllned to her bed for several weeks,
Is reported better.
Mrs. George Hnrvey Is suffering
with mi attack or heart trouble nnd is
confined to her bed.
One or tho children or Mr. nnd Mrs.
Hyruin Peterson was quite ill this
week with plurlsy, bat Is Improving.
Jerome Jnrvls, who has been confin
ed to his bed with a broken leg ror
tho past six weeks, Is now nblo to be
u round on crutches.
Mr. mid Mrs. Edwin Hutchlngs have
u baby boy sick with bronchitis.
Holiday Dancing
Program
THE
ARCADE HALL
WIKK GIVE A SERIES OF
Four Dances
X.MAS KVE.
XMAS NIGHT
SKW YEAR'S EVE
NEW YEAR'S NIGHT
DURING THIS TIME A UEAUTI.
FIT $10 KAP ROUE' WIKK HE GIV
EN TO SOME GENTLEMAN, AND
ALSO A UEAl'TIFFL PRESENT TO
SOME LADY.
ItE.ME.MIIER THE PLACE
ARCADE
HALL
LHEI
a
'ShVh00000000;
!8 o SCHOOL NOTES o
OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
Our Slogan
loyal to your High school Do
iintliliiK that will mar the highest In
terests or tho Institution.
Chapel oxere'sos were held Tues
"I'.y The music class snug two Bolee
h.ns fro,,, the opera, --A Nautical
Knot bunt. Crpur talked lo tl... st.
'h-nts and urged them to turn their
attention to debating niU omory ,
talk was enjoyed by nil present
The Freshman are giving ,,IlBB
party tonight In the gymnasium.
A gaino or basket ball was played
wmlny betw.,,, . Vn.ahJn m
Junior. Fivshmai, won This makes
hel.esl.,c..sUI)hamor,Sftm,Jil
' '''Iforthe.lass.humpionshlp. each
l',n having h0I( (Jlll, '
otic.
Tho Juniors will glvo tho program
In chapel this week. Great things nre
expected of them.
Kehl IHj?h and Grnnlto High clnsh
ed Friday night In li gnmo of bnsket
ball. At this writing the result Is not
known.
Watch us ninko Pleasant Grove
ashamed of themselves Frldny night.
This will bo tho first league gnmo.
Everyone should bo out to help tho
High School win this game.
Miss Pnrrlsh, u representative of
tho domestic science department or
tho Agricultural College, was n High
School visitor Wednesday. Sho gave
n very interesting talk - 'jlrls on
sclenco work.
Knrge, sweet 40 cent navel oranges
will be sold nt Chlpmnii's from now
nutll Xmns, only !JOc. por dozen. 19-lt
o
NOTICE TO WATER USERS
State Engineer's Olllce,
Salt Kake City, Utah, November 12,
1914.
Notice Is hereby given that W. P.
Gurney, et. al., whoso postolllco ad
dress Is Kehl, Utah, have, mado appli
cation In accordance with tho require
ments ot the Compiled Knws or Utah,
1907, ns amended by the Session Kaws
or Utah, 1909 nnd 1911, to appropri
ate twenty (I'O) cubic rect or wnter
per second rrom American Fork nnd
Deer creeks, Utah County, Utah.
Soventeen (17) cublc-fect per second
or said water will bo diverted from
American Fork Creek, at n point
which bears south 27 degrees 47 mill,
utes 54 seconds t-nst 1,727.8 feet dis
tant rrom United States Mineral Mon.
ument No. 4, American Fork Mining
District, and conveyed by means ot
n wooden stave pipe for a distance of
18,000 feet, to a reservoir embraced
approximately In Section 18, twouship
i suuui, uuuge d east, sail i.aKe ease
nnd meridian. Three (3) cublc-rect
per second or said water will bo di
verted rrom Deer Creek, nt a point
which bears south 57 degrees 13 min
utes west 21,301 root rrom the, nrore
sald Mineral Monument, and convey
ed by means or u wooden stnvc plpo
ro' u distance or C.000 reet, to tho
reservoir above, described. Tho com
mingled water will bo diverted from
the reservoir, ut a point which bears
south 49 degrees 43 minutes west
1C.C14 feet distant from said Mineral
Monument No. 4, and conveyed by
means of a plpo Hue ror a distance or
7,542 reet nnd thero used from Janu
nry 1 to December 31, incluslvo, of
each year, to generate power for tho
purpose ot electric lighting and pro
pelling machinery nt various cities
and towns In Utah. In addition to the
quantity or wnter nbovo specified, ap
plicant Intends to store llvo hundred
(600) acre-feet or water In tho reser
voir ubovo described. Said water will
be diverted from tho creeks named,
whenever nvnllnble, during tho period
from March 1 to June 30, Inclusive,
of each year. Tho wnter so stored
will bo released from tho reservoir, nt
tho point nbovo dcsarlbcd, mid con
voyed for a dlstnnco or 7,542 feet, and
thero used whenever needed In con
nection with the twonty (20) cublc
fect of wntor per second nbovo sped,
(led and for tho purpose stated, Ar
ter having been so diverted und used,
tho wnter will bo returned to tho
natural channel or American Fork
Creek, nt n point which bears south
27 degrees 50 minutes west 20,840
reet distant from tho aroresald Min
eral Monument. This nppllcntlon Is
designated In tho Stnto Engineer's or
Ilco as No. 5823.
All protosts against tho granting or
said application, stating tho reasons
theroror, must bo mndo by ntlldavlti
In duplicnto, accompanied by u roe or
12.50, nnd filed in this olllco within
thirty (30) dnys after tho completion
of tho publication or this notice,
W. D. RISERS.
Stnto Engineer.
Date or first publication November
21, 1914, date or completion ot publi
cation Decombor 21. 1914. '
NOTICE FOR l'URLICATION
Department of tho Interior
U. S. Knnd Dfilco at Salt Kake City.
Utah, December 1, 1914.
Notlco Is hereby given that Andrew
A. Johnson, or Kehl, Utah, who, on
Decembor 24, 1909, nnd July 17, 1UI2,
made Homcstcnd Entries, Mortal Xos.
05272 nnd 010274, for SWVi Section
23 and E or SEV4, Section 22, town
Bhlp G South, Rnngo aVcst, Snlt Kake
Meridian, has filed notlco or. Intention
to mako finnl flve-yenr Probr, to es
tablish claim to the lnnd, nbovo des
cribed, Ucroro tho Clerk 6t the Dis
trict Court, at Provo, 'Jtuli, on the
Mth dny or January, l!i5
Claiment names as wkiicsiiQs:
John Dcvy, or Kehl, Utah; fJrlgl.nm
Y. Mulllncr, of Lohl, Utah; Peter
Adnmson, of American Fork Utah;
James IK Clarke, or American Fork,
Utah.
E. D. R. THOMPSON,
Roclstnr
0. P. DAVIS, Attorno.
First Pub. Dec. 5, 1914.-l.iift Pub.
Jnn. 2, 1915.
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ASSESSMENT 0T1CE NO. &
The Nlcholcs Tintic Consolidated
Mining Conipuii)-, Principal Place
of Riisint-ss American Fork, Utah.
Notlco Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the directors or tho above
nnmed company, hold on tho 20th dny
or November, 1914, assessment No. 5
or 50c per 1000 share was levied on
tho capital stock or tho corporation,
payable immediately to P. M. Kelly,
secretary, at his olllce, American Pork,
Utah. Any stock on which this as
sessment remains unpaid on Decem
ber 30th, 1914, will bo delinquent nnd
advertised ror snlo ut public auction
and unless payment Is mado before
will bo sold on Saturday, January 1C,
1915, at 3 o'clock p. m. at the office
of tho secretary nt American Fork, to
pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho cost of advertising
and expense of sale.
P. M. KELKY, Secretary.
First pub. Nov. 28, last pub. Dec. 19.
In ho Wflrlct Court of (lIC t ,,,,.
Jiidlcliil District, Slnle of t',i, "
, ,t;,0l""J- of With. '
In Re. Kehl Mill and Elovutor Co,,
Utah": " Cori,ornl,0 or State or
NOTICE
vTin A.UiW,l?m I1 May Concern
No Ice Ib hereby given that George c
Robinson, u stockholder, has fiir.fi i.i
petition in tho nbovo on Itlc'o?
praying ror tho dissolution or tho K 1
Mill and Elovntor Comnny, ft Con'o ,
Hon or the Stnto or Utah: That Jw
mattor baa boon set for hoarliiir ri
Monday tho 25th dny f January Vk
at ton o clock a. in., or said Uny ntt ,
Court House, ul Provo City
County, Stato or Utnh, nt which im.
liny porson desiring to bo heard
appear lieu nnd thoro nnd show cause
f any they hnvo. why 8lld corpo , :
Hon should not bo dosolved. and . l
persons who fall to appear shall b"
forever barred from objecting to u,.
lessolutlon of said corporation
Dy Order or tho Court,
A. V. ROU1SON, Clerk.
Uy Ora Roylnnce, Doputy
t JACOU EVANS, Attorney rtr pU-
First Pub. Dec. 19 last Jan. 23, pl5
NOTICE roil PUHUCATHn
Department .of Interior
U. S. Knnd Olllco at Salt Kako City
Utah, November 14, 191 1. '
Notlco Is hereby given that Freder
ick W. Urokmeyor, or Sandy, rtnh
who, on Juno 1C, 1911, made Home
stead Entry, Serial No. 0S10I, ror 8
E V, or N W i J, Kot C and E .. of
S V V. Section (5, Township C South,
Rnngo 2 West, Salt Kako Meridian,'
has filed notice of Intention to mako
final three-year proor, to establish
claim to tho land above described, be
roro tho Register nnd Receiver or the
U. S. Knnd Ofilco, nt Salt Kako City,
Utah, on tho 30th dny or December'
1914.
Claimant names ns witnesses:
Hams Cook,
R. II. Smith,
Preomnn Wilcox,
Jnmos IK Chamberlain,
All or Cedar Valley, Itali.
E. D. R. THOMPSON, Register.
First publication November 21- last
December 19, 1914.
Orem Interurban
ELECTRIC SERVICE SALT LAKE TO PROVO
SIXTEEN ALL Dully Freight SAFE, COWL ME NT,
STEEL TRAINS Serrife llctnccn CLEAN,
EVERY DAY. All Points. COMIORTAIILK
USE THE "GOOD SERVICE" LINE ,
Mileage books, good also on Salt Kako & Ogden und Ogden Rapid Transit,
tor sale at all stations.
Orem Express, cheaper than Parcels Post, oporates on nil trains. '
LEHI
Depart for Proro Depart for Sail Luke
7MS a. in. 7:33 u. in.
8: -JO n. m. 8:35 . m. j
10: 18 u. in. ; 10:32 u. in. i ,
l:-8 p. m. ' i:;i2 p. m.
:-18 p. m. 4:32 p. m.
0:48 p. m. (1:32 p. m.
9:48 p. m. 9:32 p. in.
. 12:18 n. m. 11 ; -1G p. m.
AMERICAN FORK i
Depart for Provo Depart for Salt Luke
7:GG ii. in. 7:111 a. in.
8:GG u. m. i:2i; a. in.
10:5C u. in. - 10:23 u in.
l:5G p. m. 1:23 ))'. m.
: p. m. 1:23 j). hi. '
:5C p. m. 0:23 p. m. i
9:50 p. m. ):2.'t p. a,. ;
l"cc m. 11:10 p. in.
PLEASANT GROVE
Depart for Pnno Iepart for Sail Luke
8:02 a. m. . 7:i:j n. ,.
,J:0f " 8:10 ii. in.
U'-M ". ' 10:13 n. in. i
-:04 p. m. ijia ,,, ,,
S:2! '' '" :L1 p. m. '
7:04 p. m. ,;:13 ,,, ,,
10:5 I'- ! 9:13 p. m.
1:0 " '" ll:31i. m.
jfAXII SHU' VIA ORE.H LINE. NO SMOKE. NO CINJHIRS.NO iHM.AVS.
OH To California
0WI. and Return
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If- Hummer All Winter , California. Tickets Permit Sin,,.,, ,,,. Hherso Hu.
EASTERN EXCURSIONS ,., I
TirK,: V SAU: "ET.'RN L.MIT 8
nmhw '"-- Thre, .Months. ' I
To Rales f,,n 1,..,,. Amerh,,,, l'ork..und Pleasant (Jrow. I
Denver $22.5') ,. .
Kansas City 910.00 CIiImiuo Jfin 7 -v 1
Omnia $40.00 u. , , nunto 5oJ.,J XCS I
,r( , , " ,m" rX8C 81. Louis $51.20 y$$ -
Through Sleopors to Principal Points. ' TO?J)'1) E
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