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M THE TIME IS DRAWING NEAR
H When You will bo Looking for
H , X-MAS PRESENTS
H CALL. ON
H James Martin,
H Watchmaker & Jeweler
H MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY
H It' J the Gunrnntcc that Counts
H When You Purchase a
M DIAMOND, WATCH
M OR CLOCK
H or Any Thing in the
M JEWELRY LINE
g Yi u want to Know You nrc Purchas-
J ing frm A Reliable Jeweler.
H Goods Bought of us nre Backed by
J Guarantees ns Good as Governtncnt
H FINE WATCH REPAIRING.
H James Martin, The Jeweler
J Thf Clock sign Jutl out ol Co-op store,
H MAINtStmi AMERICAN FORK
m The Wedding Cake
H and Birthday Cakes can be
M made to your order on short
H notice. JA good stock of
H Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes
M always in stock at our store.
H flBuy Bread from our Bak-
H ery, it is free from all adultcr-
H ations usually put in bakery
H productions to give a good
H appearance, etc. JCall up
1 Ind. 'Phoncl26A.
1 American Fork City
H . JOHNJT. GUDGEON, Prop.
H J AMERICAN FORK !
I LIVERY & TRANSFER J
B A. Ohipmah, Propr.
Mfi I r Good Rlfri, both bIdrIo and
iiSr- J V double, tor all occasion. ( (
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Hj J ; j Sleighs In Season ' j j'
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BU Hack meet all Tmins,
M j Doaultfu) nerwo In nttentlunee, c!
H , Tor rati UeuMinttble (:
1 Open Day and Night
I I PRESCRIPT I
H , WOR. I
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pH trade. If n pmcriptiun i in-
pH led inaucurntely or from mfei
PPJ for drugs, the results hoped
I for by your physician will not
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fl or modlclno together wltn
KV tho correct proportion
BV thoro should bo no itoutit
KV about tho compounding of
PPJ tho same.
1 When you bring a pcrscription
pH here you mny rest assured that
pH just what the Doctor calls for
1 you will surely receive.
H IF ITS A GOOD GRADE OF
M NEW STOCK
H YOU WANT. GO TO THE
V TALACE. A SPECIALTY IS
MADE OF SUCH THINGS.
IF YOU HAVE NOT TRIED
1 IT, GO TO-DAY TO THE
I PALACE MARKET
H Alma M. Smith, lroprictor.
(By School Correspondent)
The high school furniture, books,
maps, etc., have been moved from the
Forbes to Science Hall where more
room for resitations nnd study periods
is provided. The students will give nn
oi onintf evening in tho near future.
Members from tho first and second
year English classics classes gave the
program Friday evening.
Mrs Calvin Chilton of New York will
give n dramatic entertainment in the
Opeara House next Wednesday even
ing under our auspices.
About the only thing the students
had to say this week was, "Oh! But
wo miss the High School from above."
Still there arc always those who have
a different sentiment namely Mr Hall's
school. They find it much moro con
genial to be with the rest of tho family
The children have already begun their
Xmas decorations, realizing that there
are only two short weeks before the
Xmas holidays begin.
Room II motto-"more light on the
Eighth grade held n debato Friday
the question discussed wan:- "Which
would you have been, Federalist or Antl
federalist?" They also wish to remind
the public that Friday 14th Is their
'Friday night" and that they have
prepared an excellent program.
Tho Beginners arc all ready prcpar
their Christmas gifts. Their attend
ing ancc has been very good.
Miss Owen's room has been busy
this week making Christmas bells for
The pupils of Mrs McCarty'a room
have been learning Christmas poems.
In Misa Hindiey's room they have
been painting pictures of winter.
There nrc now enrolled in Miss Or
inond's room seventy-four pupils.
Tho rooms nre being nicely decorated
for Christmas. Several of the parents
toiled tho school last Wednesday.
Miss Ilolmnn and Miss Peterson arc
making Christmas decorations in their
respective third grades. Their rooms
presented very interesting Thanksglv
programs. Miss Holman visited in halt
uiiko during the holidays and Miss Pet
erson at Ephraim.
E. C. Dewitt & Co., of Chicago, at
whoso baboratory Kodol to prepared,
.issuro us thht this remarkable dlgci
tnnt nnd corrective for tho stomach con
forms fully to oil provisions of tho Na
tional Pure Food and Drug Law. Tho
Kodol laboratory Is a very largo one,
but if nil tho sufferer from indigestion
and stomach troubles could know the
virtues of Kodol it would bo impossible
for tho manufactures to keep up with
the demand. Kodol Is sold hero by
American Fork Drug Co.
Notice oi Delinquent Sale
Alpino Irrigation Co. principal place
of business Alpino, Utah.
Notico There aro delinquent upon
ihu following described stock in tho
Alpino Irnigatlon Co., on account of
assessment levied Sept 18, 1900. Tho
several amounts set opposite tho names
t tho respective stock holders as fol
nvs: Cert. No. Name Am. Shares Amt.
27 E. Nash CO $3.90
91 " " 4 .90
lf8 " " 25 4.121
Gl J. S. Bock S 1.12ft
John Beck 1 .:i7i
175 S. Y.Beck, Est. 9 3.07 J
4G R. E. Booth 30 4.20
And in nccordanco with tho law and
order of tho board of directors made on
ho 18th day of September 1900. so
many shares of each parcel of stock as
may be necessary will bo sold at tho
front door of tho City Hall at Alpine
City, Utah Co. Utah, at 2 p. m. Jan.
st, 1907, to pay delinquent assessment
together wltn the cost of advertising
and expenso of sale.
Jos. Hkck, Sec'y
(Unto of first publication Dec. 8, 1900.)
A vegetable corrective for the stom
achs of babies nnd children with the
nHtne of each Ingredient in plain English
on every lxttlc, thnt is Cnscaswcot, tho
ideal medicine for Iho little ones. Con
tains no opiates. Conforms fully with
National Pure Food and Drug Law.
Writo E. U. Dewitt A Co.,Chlcago, III..
for the "Baby Book." Keccomcuded
and sold by American Fork Drug Co.
Assessment Notico No. 38
PACIFIC UOI.I) MINIMI AM) Mil,!,
l'iim'lutl pl.u'ti of I)uId(is American
Cork, Utah. Notice Is licruby given,
liutut u meeting of tho Dlicctorsofthc
.hove imuiod Company, held on the
I, day ot Die, 1900, assessment No.
IS of 12.00 per 1000 shares (1-Sth of one
cent per Hliure)wii levied on the capital
itoek of tho Cororatlcn, (vayable Im
mediately to . I.I M. Thornton, Secretary,
ut his olilce, American Fork, Utah,
Any stock on which this assessment re
mains unpaid on Tuesday, Jan, 8,
1007 will be delinquent and advertised
for sale at public unction and unless
payment Is mado before, will be sold
oji Tuesday, Jan. 2J, 1007 at U o'clock
P M. ut tho olllco ol the Secretary, at
American Fork, Utah, to pay tho delin
quent assessment, together with the
cost ot advertising and espouse of sale.
J. M. THORNTON, Becretary
Dale of tlrat notico Dec. 8, 1900
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office,
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 20, 1906.
Notico is hereby given that David
Mitchell, whose post office address to
American Fork, Utah, had made appli
cation in nccordanco with the require
ments of chapter 108, Session Laws of
Utah, 1905, to appropriate two (2) cub
ic feet per second of water from Mitch
ell Hollow, Utah County, Utah. Said
water will be diverted by means of a
dam nnd a ditch, nt a point which lies
334 feet west and 200 feet north of the
northeast corner of Section 10, Town
ship 6 south, Range 1 cast, Salt Lake
liaso and meridian, from where it will
bo convoyed for a distance of 6, GOO feet
nnd there used from April 1 to October
31, inclusive, of each year to irrlgato
3C0 acres of land embraced in Section
10, Township 5 south, Range 1 cast,
Salt Lake base and meridian. As much
of said water as may be necessary will
bo used from Nov. 1 of each year to
March 31, inclusive, of the year follv
Ing for domestic purposes. This appli
cation is designated in the State Engi
neer's office ns No. 990.
All protests against tho granting of
said application, stating tho reasons
therefor, must bo made by affidavit in
duplicate and filed in this office within
thirty (30) dnys after tho completion
of tho publication of this notice.
Date of first publication November
17th, date of completion of publication
December 17th. yl
NOTICE TO WATER USEHk
Slsto Kruflnccr'nOmre. H
Salt Lako City, Utah, November 3
Notice la hereby given that DurldH
nnd John A.WigalAfT, whose poito01
In AmcrkiiD fork, Utah, haro mado appH
In accordance with tho requirement ot frl'tfl
er ion. Scniton I.nwsof Utah, loos, to ld?ro
pttaloonn (I) culile foot pcr'accond ofolrr
(torn Oak Spring. Utah Cuunlr, Utuh'iSntd
Sprlimi are ultuatod at a point which llf 'l.l
feet west and I.H1 (cct north from thrfouth
wcitcurnerof Section XI, Township ifiouth,
Itangs 3 went, Salt I.nko baie nnd inllrtlun,
from where It will be convoyed (or a dj.tnnco
ot II. WO feet ami there uned from Mailli IMo
October IS, Inrlu'Wc, ot euch year, to frigate
10) acre of land embraced In Section ijil'own
khlp & kouth, llange 2 wet, Salt I.alk bac
and meridian. Aamuch of ald walorfma)
bonecciiary will be ued from OctoliJ- 14 of
each year to March M, Inclusive, ot lie year
following, for domtntlc purpose. Tl.applt
cation U designated In the State i.'ulncer'a
Offlce a No. WT. i
All protein against tho granting olAllin
plication, staling the reason tberefurO4(Ue
mado by affidavit In duplicate andllJgiTi this
offlco wttbln thirty (30J days after Joinplc
tlon of tho publication ot this noJBj '
Date of first publication N-tflh.
date of completfoB6r putfatTdfeaaJal
NOTICE TO WATER UM
State Kngtnoer's Offlce, tfl lH
Salt UkoClty, Uub.Nor.lO. IIW l'' y
Notice la hereby given thai L.nLftiNunn,
whose post office addreoa Is l'rorn, flh. baa
mado application In afcnrdinee wltkiho re
quirements ot Chapter W, Sciulon Laws of
Utah, Itoi, to appropriate fifteen ll cuble
feel per second of water from Orore cilck. Utah
County, Utah. Said water will bo dhlrlrd by
means of a flume and a pipeline, alia point
from whleh the northeast corner of Section SI,
Township S, south, Itango Seatt, Bait Iako
base and meridian, bears south 3A degrees
west MM test, from which point It will bo con
veyed for a distance of lim feet and there
used from January I to December 31, Incluslto,
of each year, to develop power for the purpose
of electric lighting and propelling machinery
at various cities and town In Utah. After
having been kodtvlrted and used, tho water
will be returned to the Natural channel of
said stream, al a point from which the south
west corner of Section SS, Township a south,
range ! east beara norlh ID degrfcsis iilautc
east 17T& feet. In addition to the water above,
named, the applicant desires to appropriate'
one hundred and forty (IW) acre feet ot water
wbleb will bo Impounded, whenever available
during the period from January I tn December
31, Inclusive, of each year. SiU water will be re
leased from lime loilmeourlng tbemilre year
and used for the above named purpoirs, also In
tbeoperatlon of an equalising basin above the
point of return and below the place where the
water l used, The object nf the storage and
equatlilng basins Is to Insure that the water
will be returnrd to the prior approprUtors of
the strram with out abnormal fluctuation.
This application Is designated In the State
Knglnrer.s offlce as No. (Ctf,
All protests against the granting of said ap
plication, staling the rraon Ibeirfoir. nasi
he made by ofildMltln fiurl'rale and filed In
this offlce within thirty (ao days after the
coinpletlonuf the publication of this Notice.
Putr of first publication Nuvembrr Ulli, date
cptiiplrlton of publication December lllh.
Notice of Aascnament No. 1.
SURPRISE MINING COMPANY.
Principal place of hindncs, American
Notice to hereby given that nt a meet
ing of the directors of tho above named
company, held on the 3rd day of Dec,
1900, assessment No. 1 of one cent per
share was levied on the capital stock of
tho corporation, payable immediately to
Jos, A. Wootton, secretary, ot the of
Ifice of tho Utah Co. Light Power Co.,
I American Fork, Utah. Any stock uon
which this assessment may remain un
paid on the Cth day of Jnnunry, 1907,
.will be delinquent and advertised for
, sale at public auction and, unless pay
ment to made before, will bo sold on tho
'22nd dsyof Jnn. 1907, at 2 p. m., at the
above named office, to pay the delin
quent assessment together with the
costs of advertising and expense of salo.
JOS. A. WOOTTON, Secretary.
(First publication Pec. f, 10f3)
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li Alpine Stake Priesthood
The montlily priesthood of the Alpine
Stake convened in Science Hull, Amer
ican Fork December 1st, 1900 nt 1(1 n.
m., Presidents. L. Chipman piesidmg.
President Jnmes II. Clarke in ehnige.
Meeting wasopenedby singing "Now
Ut us Rejoice in tho Day of Salvation.
Prayer was offered by Andrew A.
Anderson. Roll called showed nn at
tendance below average. Minutes of
previous meeting were rend and accept
ed. Those recommended for ordination to
tho priesthood wcro instructed in their
duties by President Clarke and unanl
Tho congregation sang "Guide us O
Thou Great Jehovah"
Considerable time was occupied in
hearing the reports of three returned
missionaries who had greatly enjoyed
Jjalr mission nlirnmi
KVho spirit "of infotlclfty jJniV to'diffcr!
rico aro predominating factors in tho
religious world, nevertheless tho work
n the Lord is Bteadily progressing to
jlho converting of many honest-henrted
Dr John A. Wldtsoe of tho If. Y. U.
was present by invitation of President
Gcorgo Drimhall, to awaken if possible
increased interest in cducntioal matteis
Ho dwelt ut considerable length on tho
privileges and responsibilities resting
upon us in carrying tho gospel to the
nations, and showed tho necessity of
our being properly nnd thoroughly pre
pared for this labor.
Exhorted parents to encourage tin ir
children to take counes in the tntosioi..
ary clasa apnrtmonts of our schools nnd
universities so ns to fit them to be nble
efficient ministers of tho gospel nt home
or abroad. Urged tho vast iniKrtimri
of fnrmora, horticulturists and stockmen
studying their vocations scientifically
sons to get better results from their
labors. Spoke of dry farming nnd ils
great paying advantages and possibili
ties. Referred to tliu land lately takm
up in Cedar Valley and predicted n
grent future in wheat for them.
Pros. S. L. Chipman fully endorsed
what the Doctor had snid on tho ques
tlon referred to. Thought it would lu
well for us to take the professor's nil
vice and goto school this winter and
learn how to do things right.
Read a letter from Affile Ik-bur J.
Grant recommending n greater interest
in tho reading nnd btudy of the "Km"
by our young people.
Pros. A. .1. Kvans wlvi h.ts been ill
for uometimo wits prayed for. Singi ig
Uenediction was pronounced by S. I).
Assessment Notice No. 17.
Cnpltal Gold and Silver Mining Com
pany; Principal Wu of buhiness, Am
erican Fork, Utah, Location of mines.
North Tlntic mining district.
Notico is hereby given, that nt a
meeting of tho directors of Hie nbovi
named company, held on tho l.'ltli da
of Nov. 19IM1, Assessment No. 17 of V
per sharo was levied on the capital stock
of the corporation, payable imiucdintel
to A. K. Thornton, Secretary, at hih
office, American Fork, Uf.di. An
stock on which this assessment remains
unpaid on Monday Dec. 17th 1900, will
bo delinquent und advertised for sale at
public auction and unless payment n
mnde before, will be sold on .Mmul;i.
January 7th, nt 2 p. in. at the olllce of
A. K, Thornton & Son, at American
Fork, Utah, to pay tho delinquent as
sessment, together with the cost of ad
vcrtising anil expense of sale.
A. K. Thoiinton, Secretary. ,
Data of first Tntlcj Nov. 17, 1900.
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS FOR FATHER,
MOTHER, SISTER, BROTHER
all me iiimiTEe eoeos.
I take pleasure in Announcitur 1 the People Unit I have just
received the moM elaborate mwolmviil of suitalile Christmas Pres
ents ever shown in American F-firk, consisting of beautiful Watches,
Silverware, Ciit-Klnsn antl Jeivejry.
SILVERWARE THAT IS S JILVISKWARG W
My Silverware in tiio vcrykicsl that money il
can buy, tho celebrated "18 17 Uoger Uros. " JX $(
Always uood Nolhinic morf suitnble for an f Uh
X-mas present for Sister, :Mothtr or Deat K a(
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