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EM i AMERICAN FPU CITIZEN' SATTUIJAV, DECEMBER 10, 1011,
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II , , AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
jl ' 1 Mr. V. AI. Qroo went to Suit Lnko
Hjf . ! Snturtlny, returning Sunday uvctilug.
jl Airs. .Mini l.co Iiiib returned from n
HI wuck'H visit III 1'iovo.
la . E. J. Scastnuid was In Salt Uiko
'am -Monday on biislncBS
RH Ask your grocer for bread inndo nt
K home. Anuirlcau Fork llakery. 10-lt
KC AIIbb Millie KobliiBon lias resigned
1 1 ' lier jiosltlon as night agent at the In-
D B torurbau xtntlon. Veru AIcNIol lias
1 1 filled the vacancy.
1 1 ) Uurlng tlio holidays when boiiio of
1 1 your frlcudn dioji In on you to spend
I tlio evening, remember "Joe's Place"
VBj 1 ojioii until midnight. You can bc-
yM cure lunch goods there. All kinds,
Hg All of Airs. Sarah Clitpman's reln-
K (Ives of I.(;)il, (tlio Southwlcks) enmc
flB ovei Inst Friday, bringing picnic to
$E give Airs, Chliimau n Iioiibo warming
ME In their now home. The day wasj
Vm 81,P"' very iilcasantly together. j
Kl Aim. Alice Cnmiibell was iilcasantly
MB siirinlscd Thursday afternoon by a
Rnj iiiimbor of her friends. The nftornoon
Hjj was spent In sowing carpet rags, after
JK which all enjoyed n nlco supper.
gp 33 1-3 to CO per cent off on Ladles',
MM Misses' and Children's Coats at Chlp-
mW mans', mid, they havo n largo nssort-
m liH'Mt. iy.it
Hi A number of friends and relatives
II f Angus Cunningham pleasantly stir.
Big prised him Monday evening. The
! ovcnt ucI"G In honor of his birthday.
11 Tlio time was spent In parlor games,
h "ftcr which u dainty supper was scrv.
Hra Fancy Cnndlc3 at E. II. Iloley's.
HfT Uo8t mndo at tlio lowest prices. Start
ri Mondny and buy your candy nnd nuts,
Hrl "ml rccolvo your calendar. E. II. llo-
I It looks like wo'll hnve a white
The nlg'J.H the past week have been
good for the ico men.
Airs. Sadie Henry is homo from a
Inn days' lslt in Salt hake.
Airs. V. C. Hansen spent Saturday
and Sunday In Salt Lake .with her
I will have one pound Fruit Cakes
on hand next week for 25 cents. Ilnk
AIi'3, A. Olcson and daughter, I.n
vlna, of Pleasant Grove, were In Am
erican Fork .Monday, visiting friends
Air. Charles Oalnford has been citilto
111 the past week. He Is Improving
at this writing.
Miss Esmti Uoode, daughter of Airs,
Chr.rles (Joode, nnd Air. Evar
J Strausberg of Highland, wero married
In the Snlt Lnko Templo Wednesday,
I December ICth.
Air. and Airs. Steve Vood3 announce
tlio engagement of their daughter Ver
land, to Sterling Herbert, son of Air.
and Airs. James Herbert of Ionn, Ida.
ho, the marriage to tnko place De
cember 21th In Salt Lako. A recep
tion will bo hold for them In the oven
Ing at their Salt Lake homo.
Tho "nuttiest" looking window In
town is at "Joo's I'lnce." Seo It and
bo convinced. Quality nuts at tho
lowest price. Mixed to suit you. 10-lt
A party was given Tuesdny evening
In honor of Air. Jesse AI. Walker.
Progressive whist was tho evening's
ontertnlnment. Covers wero laid for
tho following guests: Air. nnd Airs.
E. A. Morgan, Air. mid Airs. Earl
Holmstead. Air. and Airs. C. N. Whltn
kcr, Air. and Airs. John Crooks and
Mr. and Airs. J. AI. Walker.
John Formnn of Charleston, was In
American Fork Tuesday.
Dai tie Parker of Provo, was here
Sunday visiting with his folks.
F. i. Atooro and Win. Whipple spent
Sunday in Salt Lako with relatives.
Air. W. S. Chlpmnn was In Provo
Monday on business.
Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts cntlic
stock one-third off nt People's Co-op,
Airs. C. It. Wnidsworth nnd son,
Demout, of Salt Lake, are visiting at
tho homo of Parley Hanson.
ltco Vance Is hero for a short visit
with his wife.
Give your order for Christmas Cake
at the Hakery. 10-lt
Dclosa nnd Alva Adams nro In from
a few months' stay at their sheep
Mrs. Horbarn Greenwood Is visiting
In Salt Lake with relatives and
Air. nnd Airs. Thomas Uarratt arc
tho proud parents of a nine pound
baby boy, born Monday morning.
Large, sweet 40 cent navel oranges
will bo sold at Chipman's from now
nutll Xmns, only 30c. per dozen. 10-lt
AIlss Allrclln Tumor of lllngham, Is
hero visiting with her grandparents,
Air, and Airs. Hobort Crookston.
Airs. A. D. Adnmson is confined to
her bed this week with a bad caso of
Mrs. Uetsy Huntor entertained tho
olIlcer8 and teachers of tho Third
Ward Primary Alonday evening nt her
homo. Tho time was spent In sowing
nnd preparing for tho play that was
given In their meeting houso Thurs
day ovenlug. All enjoyed dainty refreshments.
Ulg Clirlstmns Snlo nt Pcoplo's
Co-op , Lchl. - 19.1.
Wm. Thurmnn of Provo, was nn
American Fork visitor Tuesday.
.Marlon Robinson wns in Snlt Lnko
Jack Rosell of Salt Lako, spent
Tuesday hero with his wife.
John Thurgood of Provo, wns In
Amcrlcnn Fork Tuesday on business.
Airs. Elln Hnllldny Ib nround ngain
after n week's illness.
Air. and Mrs. T. A. Osbomo spent
Sunday In Snlt Lake, visiting with
Airs. Osborne's mother, Airs. J. E.
Air. and Airs. Dave Flrmngo and
children of Lehl, spent Sunday hero
with their parents, Mr. nnd Airs. Wm.
Flrmngo. ' '
Mrs. Roy Alurdock of Provo, spent
Saturday and Sunduy with her par
ents, Air. and Mrs. S. L. Chl'pmun.
The brick used for the outsldo on
the lnterurbnn depot nro benutlful
and durable. Wo can mnko you look
Just as good If you buy your suit from
us Chipman's. 19-lt
Mrs. N. S. Dawson returned Wed
nesday to her homo in Salt Lake, af
ter spending u week with her daugh
ter, Airs. C. G. Purrlugton and Alias
Air. and Airs. Jesso Wlnu nnd chil
dren of Salt Lako, aro hero visiting nt
the homo of Air. Henry Snger.
Mrs. J. A. Wootton spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives in Snlt
Joo Dunkley of "Joo's Plnco" Is not
crying hard times. Ho is londcd with
the finest lino of Xmns Caudles, both
packages and loo3c. Sec his lino of
fancy confections beforo buying else
Allss Emma Aehton returned Sun
day from a fow days' visit In Lchl.
Hen Drlnghurst of Rlverton, wns In
Amorlcan Fork Wednesday.
John Berg of Charleston was In Am
erican Fork Tucfidny.
Allss Dorothy Chlpman was a Provo
Ulg Christmas Sale at Pcoplo's
Co-op., Lehl. 19-
Airs. Hurt Adnmson spent tho week
end In Lehl visiting with her folks.
Airs. L. C. Hcnrold Is visiting In
Provo with her folks.
Allss Vlrglo Alurdock of Provo, was
an American Fork visitor tho ..first
of tho week.
MrB. R. J. Whipple spent Wednes.
dny in Lehl with her daughter, Lenth,
who Is In the hospital.
Airs, J. T. Farrer of Provo, was tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. L. S. Har
Tho First Ward put on "Tho Old
Maids' Convention," in Alpine Thurs
day evening. Tho townspeople gavo
them n hot oyster supper beforo tho
Tho Third Ward Alutual officers and
tenchors gavo n party Alonday even
ing in honor of Mrs. R. E. Booth,
They nil spent' a pleasant evening to
gether nnd enjoyed a dainty supper.
Children's Dance Christmas after
noon, 1 p. m. to 4 m. Admission
10 cents, Parents free Apollo. 192t
Airs. Stove Woods entertained at a
miscellaneous shower Thursday oven,
lug nt their homo In honor of her
daughter, Verland, who Is to bo mar
ried December 24th. Tho ovonlng was
spent In music and games, after which
light refreshments wero sorved. Miss
Woods received many beautiful and
Orln Ashton wnu in Provo v,i. '
day on business. "ane. s
Allss Phebo Adams spent hj
and Tuesday In Prov0 looking J?
business mattbrs. 8 Wter
Miss Sarah Tarkor left ycatprA
Si"" Il,u '" '
Air. and Mrs. James Chlpman -and
Mrs. Mno Nicholcson of Salt I at
wero down Tuesday and spent the d
with relntlves. ine
Oliver Roberts of Klrkham, .,
hero Monday visiting with Mr ,1
Mrs. Leo T. Sholloy. nd
Mrs. Olnf Holmstead of I.ehl. 8pm
Tuesdny visiting with hor u ' ht?r '
Mrs. E. HolmBtend. 8 Cr' .
Mr. and Airs. Frank Shatter are the
parents of a ton pound baby boy born
Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off nt People's Co-op , Lchl.t
"Shoe-Maker"- Wm. R. Webb has
been homo from his work this week
NOTICE TO CITY
Notice Is hereby given that all per
sons delinquent with their city water
tnxes after tlio 23rd of December
1014, will have the city water shut
off, nnd It will tnko $1.00 to have It
turned on again. By order of tlio City
10-lt 'Walter Sluck, Water Supt.
Send tho Clthcn for one year to an
absent friend for n Christmas present.
They will certainly appreciate it each
Choice Cut Flowers
Ferns and Floral DcMgna.
Scnil to tho Lchl Floral Co Lehl,
Telephone 20-J. Wo dcllrcr
If 3imB1S Calendar Week !
MPi I: wil1 sure"y P3 yu to come to our store next week,
Mfi -2 L r We iaVe made extra cuts n P"ces and preparations in
Lj ' - other ways to make the four days preceding Xmas the best
'.I B,GANDLHAPr?SR?EARMAS the store has ever had- Besides offering" you extra induce- ;
m 25g-,78 ents in the way of big values, we are going to give to the I
: wBgEStSSEir &&& head of each famiy that calls at our store a Beautiful Calen-
HL ITY MERCHANDISE OAN BE SOLD POE. rlor T,tt I 4. S J 1 e i i . tt.,,
wb shall bid POE YouE teade next " L wo interesting and beautiful subjects, "The Hi Cu-
wmmM "i ' YEAR WITH THE SAME METHODS WT- havv at 1 j i ,
I WAweUthank oe old Z m0rah d the town ef "Sharon." The hill Cumorah is !
matm WE THANK OUR OLD CUSTOMERS FOR TWP T i . -w
WlkiP1 m yne CUnty' NewYorik,i is a conical
H TRY-"BST. j i shaped mound risin abruptly from the north and gradually
1 nrflwf Tq ? f Utheni Valley lt WaS n the west slPe of the hill just below the
I ?R fUnd the plates' SePt- 22nd, 1823.
mam. onAKUW, THE BIRTH PLACE OP JOSEPH SMITH T? tm ttmtxt
, LAKE WITH WOODED HILLS AS A BACKGROUND THE FIB Jlc n"' VERM0NT; IT IS A BEAUTIFUL LITTLE CITY ON THE SHORES OF A CRYSTAL
l DAY AND THURSDAY ARE CALENDAR DAYS AS WELL AS BARGAI BAvT F SUBJE0TS REMEMBER,' MONDAY. TUESDAY, WEDNES-
I WW f"'K CO-OI. WINDOWS-Thoy a,, h,a,i,l u ith Xmisl?? SH0EDEPARE"NT
j' j 0Um'' Uw . Tmvelinff H,,, Suit C.,8C8 ...ul Trunks i,,',., lnl."' "W' m,d 8ran"-1,uy Ann Bands, Silk Sox, Ties, Tie Pins and Cuff Buttons, Dress Shirts, Dress
, n"d U" U"-t0-tl1" '' 'c ShooH for Ladies n.ako ovoll.-.u Xn.as n , ,7 ""TT " '" Vm,,t8 I,,K nt 8,,eoinl rk' Th fo Floi-shiom SIioqb for Men
!: "us ')UM'i'th. Hath Kobos Xmas prosonta for men.
a pound, Mixed Ss 20 ctte O Zlt ? ' Mtad Cjeam Candies' 12 1-2 andfv 1-2 cents ,
in and see them. 5 Ce"tS per dozen' What is Xmas without an Oregon Fir Tree? Come P
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