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I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY, DEQEMB Mfe
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II I CALL AND LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT IT. I
I OAT CHENEY, Prop. I
JM P. S. Tires, Tubes Hot Dogs Confectionery H
H I and Accessories and Coffee
HI It's OhIt Fair
W& She "How dnro you klsa mo."
S He "Oh well, It that's tho war you
Hi feel ubout It get oft my lap."
Fill 'er Up B1U
"Urlck" Stilwell wrltoa In to say
that ltfo Is getting to be Just ono
darn oil station after another.
.JSIe Are Ws
I'm tired of eating
And drinking and sjeep
Of crowds one Is meeting.
Of dates one must keep.'
I'm tired of poet- Z
Ry, poverty, pelf,
And, If you must know.lt
I'm tired of myself. $jk
Miss Kit All she thinks of Is
Miss Katr-She'a 'a 'thoughtless
Olver Heavily .Outfitted.
Boots worn by; deep-sea divers
weigh 20 pounds cncli. The helmet'
weighs 40 pounds and the diver Is
obliged to carry additional ballast to
take him far below the surface.
Sudden Generosity Seldem Real.
A man who suddenly becomes gen
erous may please fools but he will
not deceive the wise. Phaedrus.
The Idea of imbedding small picks
of silk In the paper of which bank
notes are made was the means of re
ducing counterfeiting by 00 per cent.
Famous English Town.
Stratford-on-Avon traces Its history
baric 1,100 years. It Is the birthplace
f 8hakcspeare, and Is a classic cen
ter visited by (10,000 people annually.
Great Thoughts Born In stillness.
All the revelations are the gift of
stillness. The lake must bo calm if
the heavens are lo be reflected ou Its
surface. 3. Itrlerloy.
You Never Can Tell.
Love is like the old shells thut lie
around on a battlefield. Often when
you think It dead It bursts with fear
Only One Virtue In Looking Back.
We ought not to look back unless
It Is to derive useful lessons from past
errors, and for the purpose of profiting
by dearly bought experience. Washington.
If You Are 8leples.
We all, some llino or other, surfer
from sleeplessness. Worry, anticipa
tion of lliu morrow, and uxelllng
thoughts of the pust day,- all drive
sleep from the eyes unit should he
put right out of the mind.
Dumdum Bullet Prohibited.
The dumdum bullet Is a soft-nosed
or expanding bullet so named after
Dumdum nrsennl, the place near Cal
cutta, India, ulicre It was tlrst made.
Its use was prohibited In warfare by
Tho Hague ronfcivm-e.
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WE have heard much through the last two years
b, . the farm bloc. When this movement
IWi began most people looked upon it as a political
m curiosity. But it drew to its support so many con-
(W scientious and earnest men that the nation began to
Jill I?,i,e that .there w" something elemental in the idea
(1S that must demand serious national consideration.
Ifm ..The Non-Partisan League was a forerunner o
m m' Protest. It advocated a right program for its
Kfi Sem.u TA , B.ut li could Pfosper only in a state.like
HI North Dakota where the larger majority of the peo-
M PJC are engaged in just one business grain growing.
WM t d not SDrcad: We cant hve a government
ffH ot Brain.growers. Any one vocation government is
III H!??clly- iJhert,- s .wherc thi riKht Prote ok
I Raj on impossible political form.
MM: ..J'1' I'opuljst party back in the 80s and early 90's
tffl hat lowered In Kansas was the beginning; of the
iBW present farm bloc movement.
SMBa 9,t,es ,ive on the soil. Tlie big city lives on the
ill . little city, and the little city lives Von the farnS
i irf?fe? I1.?? co.mc flo7Bi7Ith e omobile, the
K telephone and a hundred things that multiply efficl.
jmi encv, speed up industry with economy but always
Wl J"1" the economy that costs. We have been learning
MR how to live better. The lesson has gone ou ?o he
ill 0DC,n ,a?rM- I-iy yjars ago few farm boys had ever
an ul ,cf cre.am- Tlle. so''1 fountaln lody ' 5-
SR Iae"ced'at,e, move a community demand. Min- ,
Kl nesota eats Florida fruit. There are a thousand leiral
K economic, marketing, industrial problem, toKv
M herc f'f ty.ycars, ago there was one. In consequence i
Mm Je cost of adminrstcring all government township
Wm ow". county state and nation, has mounte7vfith
Q -thc mmtlpHcation of the problems that greir out bl
fMes" increainB,y '"tricate life. All these male
inr,a..nfrnrn far.mJ58r. community in Nebraska the
tax rate on tilled land has gone from $93 to $494 in
'USX '."" The farmer says he can't stand the
SuSion UX C8t h CXCMdi"K "' on pS
The same complaint comes from the city banker
? cSft .Urern;7he fa""cr has no monooSfy c?
tax complaints. Did you ever hear of a popmar tax?
It doesn't cos anything to live in a wilderness
We want all things that progress has brought us'
We don't want to part with the soda fountain or tho
telephone. We can't Kivc up the auto or he
goingy.oeXdoTi0n' V"y WC'' ,hc" what
New England had a great idea in the town inert
ing. Philadelphia with her nearly two mfflio s of
People, j, now talking the tow . meeting Tdea? Out
in the corn belt of the middle west the town meVi
on?vl3fa)glnrtntiakinff hIoId' And when in a town of ,
2ftny.,, P-e0p c u,rnrlse wa expressed because over
too E l aVcndance V" ans'ver came, "Wc have
canve&opTo' " " "
That s the only way we ever can.
maMr.ysel,pf rb"C !i,ilitles ,and Scientific
bo fVave o8uyrS,cSvilizfatfc Sff.u tiTcS? Si
?o&e7.Sr CVer 80,infl to.WMhe'els'So get
X If,-' ,a j" Ycr and thresh it out. Find out
rohourW5,aC?enideK,i,ra,ure7eanVdan,t ,0 Vd " "d
X will d" It k"W Wha,.we want donc
M & UNCLE JOHN JS
IB t. Y11 the b,ree2Cs.b,ow contrary, an' you're stranded on the
H vc? e'achhCrWhhCrC a 8,g? ?' or a harbSr in
Wm yer rcach.--When yer haversack is empty an' -you can't produce
2g a dune-Remember that we've all be there-many a time!
Hi TAKT en y0" think ycr M Js harder than yer
B HFAT m0rtal Jn 8ta?d' An' it's plainer
M HEART every mmmt that you're runnin' out of sand.--
Wm -it. i ma CLS me. want t0 ew ye with a soul-in-
H tTmef rhyme-Rcmcmber we've all been there-many a
H , Wc ' r h?ve a !pcrit that ls able to contend, if wcJd reach
H the crown of glory that is Jest
MR around the bend. . . . There j
DR( ncvcr was a mountain-top that yT jd,- -
Rfflf courage couldn't climb. Re- 4? tfZZTZLKLS'
111 i member that we've all bcen tffZzfSZZ'
frii , tltcrc many a time I V "" I
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'THERE'S goin' to be many a
d heart at Christmas time.
Its always so. The sleigh bells
tinkle for some of us and the church
bells toll for others. Perhaps there
may be comfort in the thought that
on the day that Jesus came to us
he gathers to Himself the weair
and the blessed. What a Christmas
gift s Death! The passing Into
the glory of the morn-the smooth,
ing of the furrowed brow, the end
of earthly care. In mournful tones
we hear the preacher tell us that
the moment a man begins to live
imMl?i?mr?tih.e beB.ins ,0 dici bu
am 4 the Christmas laughter o our
c lul( ten we seen to think the mo. "
Piriit m.n bt-mns to die that
NOTICE OF SPECIAL TAX
Notice is hereby given that a spec
ial tax for tho purposo of construct
ing concreto sidewalks, driveways
and waterways, has been levied by
ordinance of the City Council Decem
ber 20th, 1122.
Said special tax Is levied upon tho
following described real proporty In
American Pork City, to-wlt.
District No. 3. The West side of
lot 3 In DIook 1; the east sldo of lots'
1 and 8 In Dlock 2; tho South sldo
ot lots 1 and 2 In Block 2 and extend
ing back to a distance ot six rods.
AH in Plat "A" American Fork City
District No. 4. The North side of
farm property abutting on 2nd South
Street between 2nd West Street and
Storrs' lano; tho East side of farm
property abutting on Storrs' lano
from Second South Street to a point
1667 feet south ot th0 South side ot
2nd South Street; the South side ot
Lots 1 and 2 in Block C; the
South side ot Lot 1, Block 7 and ex
tending back to a distance of six rods.
All In Plat A, American Fork City
District No. 6 Tire South side of
tho property abutting on Fourth Nor
th Street between Second West Street
and Fourth West Street; tho East
side of the property abutting on 3rd
West Street between 4th North Street
and 3rd North Street; tho West side
of Lots 4 and 5, Block 47; the South
sldo ot Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Block 47;
tho East Bide and also the South sldo
of the whole of Block 48; the West
side ot lots 4 and 5. Block 38; the
East sldo of lots 1 and 6, Block 37;
tho West Sldo of Lots 2 and 6, Block
36; tho South side ot lots 1 and 2,
Block 36; tho West Bide ot Lots 3,
4, 6 and 6, Block 35; the South side
of Lots 1, 2 and 3, Block 36, and ex
tending back to a distance of six rods.
All In Plat A, American Fork City
District No. 6 The South side of
property on 3rd North Street, from
4th East Street to 6th East Street;
tho East Sldo of Lots 1 and 3 and the
West sldo ot Lots 1 and 2 In Block
16; the East side ot Lot 1, Block 16;
the East side ot Lots 1 and 4, and
tho South side of lots 1 and 2, and
tho West side of lots 2 and 3 In
Block 23; tho East sldo of lots 1, 6,
7, and 8, tho South side ot lots 1 and
2, Block 27; the East side ot Lots 1
and 8, and the South side of lots 1,
2, 3 and 4, ot Block 29; tho South
side ot tho wholo of Block 39; the
South sldo of Lots 1 and 2 of Block
40; the South sldo of lot 1 ot Block
41; the South side of lots 1, 2, and 3
ot Block 42, and extending back to
a distance ot six rodB. All In Plat
A, American Fork City Survey.
And ls duo and payablo In ten
equal annual installments beginning
Docember 24th, 1923, tho dato upon
which the first Installment becomes
Interest at tho rate of 6 per cent
per annum on the wholo amount of
said tax shall bo computed from the
date tho ordlnanco levying snld tax
became effective, to-wlt, December
24, 1922, and Interest at said rate on
tho whole amount of said tax unpaid
ahall bo duo and payablo with each
If any Installment or Interest afore
said Is not paid on tho dato when the
same becomes due, then the whole
amount ot the tax unpaid at the time
Bald Installment or Interest is due
will become due and payable and will
draw Interest at tho rate ot 12 per
cent per annum until sale ot the
One or more ot sold Installments
in tho order in which they nro pay
nblo or tho wholo tax may bo paid
nt any tlmo within fifteen days after
the ordinance levying the tax bocomea
effecttvo without Interest; and ono or
more of said Installments In tho or
der In which they nro payable or tho
whole tax unpaid may bo paid on tho
dato any Installment Is duo by pay
In the amount thereof and Interest to
All special taxes aro payablo at my
office In American Fork City, Utah,
December 28th, 1922.
MARY E. ABEL,
City Treasurer and Collector
of Special Taxes.
First publication Dec. 30, 1922.
A Now Year's vow
I wilt take now,
That will do away with a lot of fuss.
Will henceforth be mine,
It takes so darned much work to
She Aw, ict'B kiss and make up.
He You'ro mado up enough.
At the busiest hour he
'- pause1! to nsk '
What two countrlos tooki
part In tho Spanish-American
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A Drama in Four ActB H"
John A; Frazcr V M
p si Air
Will Again Be IgS
Presented by the 4th Ward M. I. (&,
' i ;mt to
January 4th. at fL
4th Ward Chapel K
SYNOPSW OF I0IME "-
Act 1. The Glenn Mansion, New. Yory City. iKtt th
Act IL The !! of Santa Crus, oft Ban Domingo. 0a saflatp cal
later. Kw Hi
Acts III. and IV. Lester's Home at,anta Crux. Fire Mimbaek
Between Acts III. and IV. one day elapses. 'm toe I
General Mark Lester. A hero of the Cuban Ten-Year's War. Jas. M. (ksW m
Pedro Mendei His half-brother. Bert Tlsssw u
Dr. Garcia Surgeon ot the Madeleine Frank Klitsw ot '
Gilbert Hall, M. D. In love with Olive Bert Ctrk4iisVctn
Robert Glenn A Wall Street banker O. & WisUled
Gregory Grimes Lester's private secretary Edward &sW r
Ebenezer Glenn's butler, Negro Comedy Marley fSsjff
Glenn's daughters .Snerlts
Olive Meraa Lyls OsM"
Sally Laura UTtasS0"
Mario Wire or Pedro Bcrnlce VV
Plccannlnles Helen Timpson, Naomi HaBsjfr.
This is a play every man and woman should see, appBdlJ
ing to old and young full of splendid comedy, a few tears isMumft
showing the ideals of true womanhood. 'X ga
' """M"?M(' ol
Prices 25 and 35o ,'
(Pavement all the, way to ,4th -amr :i J
How long did the seven year
What- was George Washing
ton's first name?
How old was Mothusela on
his ono hundredth birthday?
What's the price of a 10c
Where Is New York bay?
nave joa an Issy la yoar
home!. Tell ns what be asks.
LI'L GEE GEE, THE OFFICE
Politicians are worried about ru-
mors ot a third party so art Huur
They sat upon a rustic seat, M,
Beneath a leafy bower; '''.
He pressed her to his manly bnisfM,,,
When knighthood was in flow. Krm0
They Journed down the ceatnrm; He(j
To the flapper age of now; "B Ar
Sho steered him to tho hitch M;
And mode him cook the chow, .Mmui
Violin Lessen for 8 Csnts. jH ln
Violin lessons at 8 cents m
available o the pupils of one lf1mha
TAX SALS NOTICE 'Mu,
' yK ii
American Fork Irrigation Company. taV,
Principal Place of Basinets, American Fern, Utah. vjK
There or0 delinquent upon tho following described stock, on ttWf
or assessment levied on tho ninth day ot August 1922, tho several "tjHpi
set opposite th0 names of tho respective stockholders as follows: JBu
Namo No. Cert No. Shares Kind of Stock Aat'lWjB
John C. Adomson 882 17,, " Primary Bal: "iB
0. A. Barney 833 2 " Primary J
E. F. Birch 894 3 Lots MmB
E. F. Birch 82 2 2-3 Surplus JiIbbHI
Mary Crompton 883 11 Primary jlB
Mary Crompton 884 12 Primary Bal. iWiH
Polly Dudley 660 Primary
J. R. Dolmer 749 1 Lots Bal. '
Thomas H. Hunter 663 M . 'Lot sssB
F. L. Hlokman 87 10 Surplus IsilB
Jamos Julian 232 12 Primary Bal. lu'jHl
Daniel II. Jorgonsea 240 2 'Primary is'lH
Jcsao Jeppson 909 Lot 'JH
Federal Land Bank h" 'isfl
ot Berkley, Calif.,' '
Aldrow Wallaco Larson, itf'H
Pl0UBe 1018 28 ' Primary Bal. JJ
William M. Millor 280 24 Primary BaL VZ M
Clara K. Miller 272 3 '' Primary and 4 Il tl
Clara- K. Millor 278 4 Primary k
Clara K. Miller 10 1 Surplus .'!
Earl McTaguo 737 1 Lot $ M
J. J. Roborts Est 875 Lot .'
J. J. Roberts Est. 374 Lot ,j H
Horace Rushton 637 6- Primary and 1 Lot L H
Vera Thompson 687 10 Primary , H
Vera Thompson 686 1 Lot I'm M
Vora Thompson 636 1 '6-16 Lots H
Vera Thompson 80 I Second Class J H
Androw Thompson 1014 7 Primary Li
And In accordance with law, so many shares ot each parcel of such iWJ H
as may be necessary, will bo sold ot the City Hall, American Fork, WM
County, Utah, on th0 16th day of January, 1923, ot the hour of two ocw m
P. m. to pay delinquent assessments thorcon, together with the cost w ,
vortlslng and oxpenBeB of tho salo. f jH
IEO T. SHELLEY, Secretary of Said ComP"-'
Omce at American Fork, Utah. H
Flrat Publication December 23, 1922.
Ijast Publication, December 30, 1922 'H