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, I FATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRILB
Hi 1 1 LOCAL I
'IJj Bert Wootton Is a Salt Lake vis
la Hot this week.
) Mr. nml Mr. Thos. Shaftor and
H John Shatter molorod to Provo Friday
R'L on business.
fl Miss Dcna Shnftor spent Frldiy
w vJsltlnK nt the Lincoln school, near
IK Mrs. Wm. Miller and daughter, Mrs.
R JjW Kirk nnd Unby, Bpent Friday nt
' HI Llndon with relatives and friends.
ffl tills Lnvono Ilromloy of Provo Is
y spending the week end In American
' jjJS Fork with her parents.
JoBoph Wootton, wlfo nnd family,
)M motorod from Salt iJiko Sunday and
a spent the day hero with relatives.
k gar 8. W. lllrd of Maploton Bpent Thars;
; jfSj day In American Fork, visiting with
'' Ml ' J 01son'
; W. T. Urown spent Sunday iind
j1. SI Monday In Sandy, vluttlng with his
I m sob, W. II. Urown.
' i ' A baby hoy nrrlved nt tho home of
i iS Mr. and Mrs. IxwIb SIcrkcII, Friday,
fm April 1st.
aTf Mf. and Mrs. Ico Dnhoney .'.nd
, JfV dsur.hter, wero Sunday visitors with'
j raft relatives at I.lndon.
;lj ' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nielsen upent
1 3j Sunday nt Salt Lake with friends, :il-
r ', to attending Conference
M 3. N. Fnckrcll returned to his homo
?! 'f here Tuesday nftor spondlng tho pant
I 'XI few months nt Topllff.
i M " J" Morrison returuod to Amorl-
Iw ran Fork Saturday nttcr a brief visit
Wy is 8slt Lako with rolatlvcs.
i But Keith Robinson of dandy is In Am-
spi erican Fork this week, visiting his
i M$ sister, Mrs. Ilorncll Slnsloton.
i wv "" M DorA 1,urKCSH returned to h-
I' fjk Sunday, after spending u low
I' Hi days with her parents nt Alpine.
ffS Misses Vanzn Nielsen and Allco
f Ami Milter served th'o rogular Friday noon
arc lanch to the Harrington school touch-
I M Clarence Grant visited Mm. Mary
I' fj Ann Evans nt tho Infirmary Sunday.
m Mm. Evans Is In good health nnd
3 wishes to bo remembered to'hor m ny
q f friends,
J. SIS' Miss Ireno Chlpman arrived in
if H American Fork Wednesday, from la-
Wm an, to spend n low days visiting her
I.K parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Chlpman.
lj John II. Davis vvout to Salt Iaku
'J Br' Wednesday to attend Conforonco, nl-
t RjU eo to visit his sou who is confined to
;, fit ! a hospital tlioro.
1 m) Mclvln arant, Qcrnld Novvmun, Ilnr-
f l ry rnrkor and Qucntln Oroonwood
; j j attended tho Boy Scout pow wow held
j Sll at the University of Utnh, nt Salt Lake
jj on Wcdnosday, Thursday, Friday und
i ft K Saturday of this week.
J ! 4H Mr. and Mrs. Tim Richards nro ro-
1 ' fP io:cing over tho nrrlvnl of a baby
' : fit " Uorn Sun'n'. April 3. Mrs. Rich-
I Wk ards was formerly Miss Jennlo Ad-
I Ml ama fln(l ' nt "10 ,,omo of ,lor ,,ar"
' JBs "'I8. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Adams ho v.
Ixircnzo I'ett of Drlgham City was
tho guest of Jnmos Wright here Mon
day. MIbs Forn Foster is spending tho
week at Farmlngton. visiting her
sister, Mrs. Dyron Crosby.
Caruet Gnlsford of Lch'i spoilt the
f ropart of tho week hero visiting her
slhtor, Mrs. Louis Singleton.
Miss Ionoro Crookston spont Sat
urday nnd Sunday In l'rovo visiting
with Mrs. A. S. Sandmeler.
Allle Framptou of Salt Lako is
spending tho week in American Fork
with her parents.
Arnold Schlapy of tho A. C. of Lo
gan spont Sunday In Amorlcnn Fork
vlBltlng Miss Larco Maudslcy.
Stanford Wootton or Salt Lako is
spending the week In American Fork
with relatives and frlonds.
Misses Clara Hunter and Florence
Stewart spent Sunday In Lchl, tho
guosts of Mrs. U Clyde Dorton.
Lcnnrd Mndncn arrived In Amorlcnn
Fork Wednesday from Iogan to ic
malu until Sunday visiting his par
Mrs. Kdwnrd Hanson and children
of Salt Iiko spont tho week end in
American Fork visiting with relatives
MIbs Krma llooth returned to her
homo In Salt Ijako Mondny, after a
week's visit In Amorlcnn Fork with
Miss Helen Mondcnhall of Spring
vlllo wus tho guest or Mrs. II. L.
Jones ovor tho week end nnd to attend
tho opera. Tho Misses Jones' enter
tained for her at an April fool lunch
PORK DAY IS A BIG
EVENT FOR FARM
1'ork Day Is one of the big annual
ovonts of Kings County, Calif. It
cornea in Octobor usually. In this
contest the rami bureau center is
tho unit, nnd cvory farm contcr In
tho contest advances ono carload of
hogs to bo exhibited nnd rated liy nn
oxport Judge. Every furm buro-tu
center must havo at least six consign
ors to tho load, thus pruvontlng any
big concern from exhibiting n carlo.ul.
In tho contest Inst fall six farm bu
reau centers as welt as u boys' ptg
club took part In tho contest. Ten
Carloads were nuctionod In addition
to sovon cars that had been In tho
The county iigcnl leader says In his
nnuual report to tho United Stutos
Department of Agrlculturo: "There
seems to be no more convincing ar
gument to a hog producer than to s e
tho actual sales of his nnlmals t the
plueo and to know the difference 'n
prico paid for a superior iiuallty ani
mal." Farm bureau sales of tills kind wort
started In California In 19 If, on tho
Initiative nt the county agent of Kern
County. They nro now becoming com
mon in nit pork-producing counties of
tho State. Tlioro woro 17G such sales
H 1020, with sales aggregating fl.
"War Lord" Yield Kitchen.
The Add kitchen of William II oil on
rolleni, whlrh followed the former
knler In nil his unnderlngs about
Hurope during Hip war. Inm lienn sent
to tho United Stutea. The trophy Is
to lie added to n notnhle collection of
wnr idles In Washington.
i Eat BETTER Bread
3j Bred is ono of tho low "plain" foods which con-
gw tnin nil tho essentials necessary to promoto hott .
M; hnlth. GOOD hroad is more than that it is tasty,
m it's a food delight.
I ROYAL BREAD
m, IteU The bread ihat made H
J: hm mother qnit bldn C
Si! is GOOD bread. It is made from a scientific formula
W:( V master bakers. Tho shortening, yeast, flour aud
m ,; other ingredients mo( are of pure quality. Only puio
Kit quality ingredients can inalte Hoval Bread th'o SL-
Kj PUEAIE QUALITY I .OAF.
H " Buy some today it 's fresh.
E SOLD IN AMERICAN FORK
1 at Franklin's Cafe
IN DREAMS THERE IS TRUTH
One's Visions White Aslttp Are Said
to Be of Things He Would
Like to Do.
When you dream that you nro
slaughtering n flock of potentates It's
more than probable that you're un
consciously expressing a repressed
dcslro to kill jour mothcr-ln-law. In
drenms n mnn docs the things he se
cretly desired to do In wnklng life, but
did not dare.
This was tho Interpretation of tho
Frendlnn theory of psychoanalysis
given by Dr. William J. Durant, for
mer Instructor of philosophy In Col
umbia university, In n lecture tho oth
er night In Milwaukee.
"The mask of morality Is taken off
In. dreams, nnd mnn nets In the prim
itive nnlmnl fashion," Doctor Durnnt
Raid. "In dreams tlicro Is truth.
Man wns not ieant for cold delibera
tion, but lor the Immediate reactions
of tho animal. Uy nature we would
knock other persons down without
thinking nboiit It.
"Civilization, uccordlng to Freud, Is
built on tho two great repressions of
pugnacity mid sexuality. Monogamy
as n marriage form, In Freud's view.
Is after nil u terribly nrtlflclnl thing
nnd n gre:K strnln on nil ofii".
"We lovn children hccnitxc they
have no repressions, whereas, we
know we're lied to nine times out nt
ten with iidults." The concluHlon, he
said, Is that "hpocrlsy und polite
mendacity constitute tho essence of
SURVEY WORLD BY WIRELESS
Scheme to Be Tested In Determining
the Boundary Between 8outh and
It Is proposed to utilize wireless
telegraphy In determining the exact
position of tho boundary between
South nnd West Australia. The bound
ary Is llxed by net of parliament ns
the VJOth degree of longtltude east
of Oreennlch. The exact position of
the longtltudo will ho ascertained by
tho use of time signals from n high
power wireless station situated st
some point bet wen Greenwich obserwi
lory, In England, mid Sydney, In Aus
tralia, the signals being received sl
lnultaticously nt both stations.
Most of the great observatories of
tho world uro now collaborating In n
redetermination of dm longitudinal
division of the earth's surface by
means of wireless time signals, and
this Is one of the earliest uses of the
system to settle a disputed position.
Olven favorable static conditions, It
has been found that signals from the
I.jons wireless stutlun, In France, can
he received In Australia ns well us nt
Greenwich, and slgnnls from other sta
tions, more favorably situated, nro also
being tested, The eo-oporntlon of the
United States as well ns tho, 21rltlt.li
government tins been Invited. The
scheme Is tlm first step toward n com
prehcnsUe determination of tho whole
longitudinal survey of Australia.
Cost of Catte.
A Hungarian Immigrant tells of life
In his native town, a remlnlscuncu of
what Is gone, In the World's Work.
"t held n good position In a bnnk
In Iludnpest. Kvery morning I wux
driven to my work In a llnkker, nnd
every afternoon I was driven to my
honu. I mention thut llakker lecaiiM
It can lie taken as a symbol of tho old
life In Iludnpest, Just us the five-cent
subway tide to business ran bv taken
ns n symbol of llfu In New York. In
Iludnpest It wns ensj, Kny, frivolous;
nlinoM every one who niiide a pre
tense of what we called living spent
more than lie earned. I do not want
to forget tho good things In tho old
life Mugyur hospitality was open
handed, warm, lino; but llnnncJally,
Mng.Mir xoiinl tift was built on straw
utmost nil were living beyond, their
Incomes. If n fninily tried to leduee
Its expenses, in mp triithfullv, it lost
cnMe. Ilertalaii Ilnrnn.
Long for Good Old Day.
, Two nigged jouugslers Mood nt the
pool before the big ornamental mat
ues at the Columbus circle entrance In
Central park, looking longlndj nt their
relied Inn In the cold smooth depths
of the undlHtiiibed wnter.
"Aw, gee. I wish It hadn't a got
cold," said one.
"Aw, im too," the other replied,
"Xobody stops any more to throw
quarters In the water. It's too cold.
Anyhow you wouldn't catch thls.bold
hlttlu' that Ico water In this makeup,
til say I need the money, but not that
tind. All I wisht Is It wujt warm ugln.
And they say blrness nln't u gonna tie
so good next summer, euz people's
gonna hnng onto their coin then. (Josh,
hut wnr times wux good times Wlsht
they'd bring back the good old days."
Enhanced In Value.
"This trullle policeman says you
wero going fifty miles an hour."
"Judge," said the motorist, 'i can
hardly believe It, but would you ob
ject If I nsked Ihi; ollleer to put that
statement In writing nnd glu- mo n
"As soon as I pn my line I'm go
ing out and try to sell that little old
bus." Itlrmliighntii Age Herald.
Pays to Shake Up Soil.
On u farm near Spnrtnnliiirj,, s. C.,
fruit trees set In dynamite i raters
linvii had n yield live times ns great
ns Unit of trees set In spude-dug
holes In tlm sumo orchard. Cotton
ami corn iiIko have been grown on
land worked by means of explosives,
with excellent results. I
Wade to the Bank Commissioner of th
State of Utnh, of tho condition of
THE I'BOPLE'S STATE BANK
OF AXEIUCAX FORK
Located at American Fork, In the
County of Utah, Stato of Utah, at thi
closo of business on the 25th day of
Uans and Discounts ... $193,115 bO
'Stocks, Bondn and Secur
ities, etc 14,000.00
Furnituro and Fixtures .. 2,621.00
Other Ileal Kstato Owned 10.000.n0
Duo from Other Banks .. 21,208 69
Checks on other banks
in same town .... 178.57
Total Cash' on Hand 2,945 SO
Interest Paid 423.80
Ilev. Stamps 27 50
Cash Short 22
Capital Stock Paid in .. $41,200.00
Surplus Fund 9,000.00
Cndlvldcd Profits ... 18.30
Ixs Expenses and
Taxes Paid. etc. . . 2026.C9
Kot Undivided Prorita .. 689.84
Pue to Other Banks 5,985.80
to Check 69,883.34
Cashier's Checks . . 1,069.55
Dividends Unpnld .... $1.50
Total Demand Deposits 70,954.89
Tlmo Certificates 17,437.20
SavliiRS Deposits 68,202.32
Total Tlmo Deposits 85,639.53
Other Bills Payable 30,000.00
Suspense , . 559.''5
Stato of Utah, County of Utah:
Clifford E. Young being first duly
iworn according to law, deposes and
says that ho is cashier of the above
uamed bank; that the above and fore
going report contains a full, true ana
correct statement of the condition ot
the said bank at the close ot business
or. the 25th day ot March, 1921.
CLIFFORD E. YOUNG,
J. F. NO YES,
JOS. H. STORRS,
Subscribed and sworn to boforo
mo this 1st day of Apill, 1921.
CLYDE P. CROOKSTON,
(Seal) Notary Public
My commission expires 3rd day of
Stato of Utah, Olllco of Bank Com
mlssloner. I, Soth lixton, Bank Commissioner
of tho Stato of Utah, do horoby ccrtll?
Hint tho foregoing Is a full, truo nno
correct copy of tho statement of tut
abovo named company, filed in mj
oulco this Second dny or April, 1921
I.ltenry innsicrptorc have been
written -m strniige mediums. Smart's
poem. "Song to David" was written
with a key on the walls of a mad
house Coloildae once wruto n son
net on ii setup of se-ivveed.
RUM WAS NOT BUILT
IN A DAY AND IT
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erate price. You save when WW r
you buy it m Vjl
Second: It has more than the ' W
ordinary leavening strength, 'B
therefore, you use less. B
Third: There are no, fail-
ures it always makes the B
sweetest, most palatable of -Hcon k
Fourth: It is used by mil- ndeiij
lions of housewives leading LKbd1
domestic science teachers ' LHriood sut)
and cooking experts. F o( cuy,
Fifth: It is the best Baking Kiimore,
Powder that can be produced. Was B "
given highest awards at World's i Bon FH
Pure Food Exposltion,Chlcago;Paris ,ngi ;
Exposition, Paris, France. Calumtt ( Kto P
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approved by Uie United Sutes Food HcuDsurarii mmL
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Powder-at the. most economical fflS?i"??i? H.ri
cost "The Biggest Bargain That ??k'"e p,,05 5-J-l.
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nuts, 1 teafpooa immmWit i
Pound can of Calumet contains full lemon Jules, VU'1J '
16 oa. Some baking powders come in Then mix is te H "a
12 os. instead of 16os. cans. Be sure regular way, 'B,Dnh
you get a pound when you want it, Hoad,
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Rubles of Various Colors. I
Although rubles ore usually red, I
there are violet, pink and purple ones.
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A well constructed brick house wM H Blc
utlast one built of granite. Hlth E
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openl'for0 1921 ' nPoHlntf ,tr0,,hcr8 ''"'ET league baseball ns the season '
tic same I on chold iR, &' a PC, "'"'Great ptavcrs never come from
catchlnT star Stewi n-MJ Am"'can Lcafjuc Cleveland has the great
with the Wnihlnwn? il,c1, W,!S;e tro.,,,er yimmy 'Neil' is n '',,ieI,ler I
Cleveland dnn n.B ,. S ?' D? Johnstond. first baseman with the
each other 1 X,Wnrt,ia.br-olhfr J,,mn' a,so- TIlc wo played against
llrooklyn Nationals " la" year' ,,,e ,aUer third baseman on the 1
! PROF. CHAS. HOPKINS i!
Violin and Piano Teacher. H
Also experienced Pliinu Tuner H
ii TUNING A SPECIALTY I
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Oj 1 Ofcr lluuk of American Fo'k .
'' sJlLICIIO " " - In room formerly occupied by
1 AV Dr. A. Christertsen. ;
Ijj IN AMERICAN FORK Wednesdays and Saturdays. II I
j " n 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 ( ) ,, 1 in, .! ,!,.(, ,, I
Windsor Hotel I
Tho Place Wlioro You Meet Your Friends. I
M. A. SCOTT, MmniKor. , J
"LOCATED IN THE HEART OF SALT LAKE I
CITY, UTAH." I
Big Froo Yellow Bus Moots All Trains I
$1.00 and up.