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I Vol. lO, No. SO , ' American Fork, Utah, SUt)Uiay August 31, lf)l Subscription Bi.no 1
I Salt Lake Grants
I Interurban Franchise.
B Wark n RHri ts Link Pay:an
and rla.ham City Will Start
In Thirty Days.
Construction work en (ho proposed
interurban 'lino between Salt Lako and
K Payson, which Is to connect the Barr-
bergcr line at Salt Lake and tie Ec-
cles line at Ogdcn and complete an
c electric road from Payson to Brfgrnm
I " I" City, is to commence within thirty dayr.
', This was the nntuuice.nent made
( yesterday by promoters and pub i lied
r,t in tie S. I; Lniif papers immodlate'y
after a f ranch! o ordina-ico had Lem
' passed by the city commission grant-
Inr the company rljht of way Cvii
, ' Salt Lake streets.
! During the dny a contract was signed
by the company with A. J". Orcm & Co.
( of New York and Salt Lake to finance
rf '- . the project. The financers agreed o
f furnish $2,000,000 as needed to carrv
';. oi construction of the roid. The re id
'i will be laid fiom (his end southward.
, , i Tho franchise for thi compary was
' " " X finally whipped Into shape and passed.
,'? Tho votj was four in favor of tre
) :fht measure to one againt-t. The negat've
' &. vjtc was cast by the commissioner of
r ' finance, who ho'ds the city ehoutd have
.; .- tie right ultimately to purchaso t! e
i -' .toncern.
W The rojto of Urn tn'orurban line is
' v.' from the city Imlts north on Fiat
- west street to the north side of Noilh
Ly ' T mple street, thence over tho tracks
P ' of the Utah Light & Railroad compary
east tin North Temple to West Temp'e,
C thenco'south on West Tomplo to Fourth
South, thence west to a connection
I t with the main lino at First West strct t.
I jft The company has ftxty days to-nc-
I &, ccpt the f ranch'so in writing and nil c-
I ty days to commenco work. The froi.-
I' ; chlso runs until Jan., 1962.
ljv TimImm-Day Celebration .-.
; " ' sfo-.w I'.'te.Whwv' u.iir80uTinto7eT
j ' colcbra'ion and from the present out-
W look the Fourth ward's pretty paik
. - will have one of the largest crowds cf
American Fork people, Hint have been
gathered together in years.
Tho Amcricnn Fork Silver bnnd w 11
furnish inspiring mus'c tluoughout tho
fl day, while the committee arc also nr
B ranging to have another bnnd, a bur
W sixo orgiiii.atlon, which "ill furnish
Those in charge want to impress upon
I every one, the importance of comi g
out early. They will begin tho t'u'j
I "djings" soon ff'ter niuu o'clock nrd
they want every one out to enjoy tho
I fun and work up an npctite for the
I picnic at nooij hour.
I 1 hi committee on sports havo a full
9 . bll-)f-fure of races, including events
I for children of nil agep, fat men'a rcca
1 fat womanB race, seek rrcc, double-
1 man race, ladies relay race, fre-for-nll
I lOJyard daih, 23 yard race for young
I men. One of tho fruluru races is for
I men ovtr 70 yian, In ill's Wm. R.
I Webb challenges the town.
I High jump, walking f mlo t, ladies
I mil dilving contest, ami ladles Bawirg
I contest nru nmong the sporting events.
I. Indoor baseball, between the bu.o
I b ill team and firemen Is another special
Prizes will bo given for all cvontu,
: a id everything will be free to all. No
a Imlssions will bo charged
The committto on, retrelimenta w II
be on the grounds ith numerous nici
- things to tempt tha crowds, and a 1
will bo in reach of tho nickels and
Conio out early bring the knic nnd
n pleasant di'po.ltion, prepared to
1 liavo n good time you will not bo dis.i-
f, - Thomas Martin, A. IJ., Secures
Big Ho rn Academy Principalship
J Thomai Martin, who secured Ills A
n. at the II Y. U. last )i'ur has ecc
urcd an honoralilo recognition by receiv
ing the appointment of principnlshiii at
the Hig Horn Academy, at Cowley,
Tho Academy is n church school,
r where high school courses are taught
up to the third year Tho school ac
commodates about one hundred and fif y
' students and has n modtr.i equip
ment. Mr. Martin will have nn able
corpso of teachers to work under him
Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin expect to leave
for their new heme next Wednesdny.
.. Fcrious Disease Amonff Cattle.
Provo, Aug 28 -Dr. J C. Mcfiarry,
dipu'y stite veterinarian, lias returned
from Payson, where he went to inve -ti;ateacase
of animal anthrax. Ho
reportu one coat us succumbing to thu
disease on I others leing infected. Dr.
, M-Gany instructed Payson people to
kill and deb troy nil an'muls pufTerii g
from tho distase, as it's commuMcalle
to human beings and dangerous.
Giant Cap Explodes
Destroyes One Eye.
Willie, five-year-old ton of Mrs. Ida
Pulley Shelton had a very close call to
loosing both eyes, when he exploded a'
giant cap by hitting it with a rock Irst
Tho little fellow with another plaj
ma'.e knew of the explrsives bclrg in
tho barii, where ho had been warned
ajainst them several months ago. The
boys climbed up some how and secured
them, and placing them in their pocki Is
went down the street about a block,
when oung Shelton lay ono of the
caps down nnd struck it with a rocK
lie was leaning over it when it cXloi
el. Ho received the full force of the
explosion in the face. A doctor was
summoned as soon as possible and fiur.d
that the one eye was entirely destroyed
and thkt from all appearances the
other one was also destroyed.
As soon as could be arranged the
little suffer. -r was taken to Fait Lake
C ty, whero he could get tho lest med
ical attention In a hospital.
Ho was taken un in M. O'. Randolph's
auto, accompanied by his grandmother,
Mrs. C. W. Pulley. After a cf re u
examination under the x-ray the' w 1
co.no news was phoned to the awiiling
mother, that ho would have the use cf
Ho has done fine in the hoapital. a
little hero with the nurses- and other
Eatienta, and will soon be able to be
Uucle Jesse KnighL -J-
"The erection of between forty and
fifty cottages for the use of the miners
at the Knight coal camp are centem
p!ate J. E. Allen, an arch'tect res
designed the laying out of these hous. a
for the men employed at the tcrmifitil
of Uncle Jesso Knight's five milo road
from Helper; Work on tke bdiktlmts
will lie started In, the nearfswn. -
kSEss 'fltK't' work
wuctIyaBkA-t Jf-lV -
Storrs has been the namo gjven the
hcjw coal camp. This was "given in
hoiibr-aineorge.-XT Stores, gcnernl
mamiger oftho" Knight coal project,
and who is associated with Mr Knight
in the .business.
Tho erection of the Iiousch will le
pufthed, as It is tho intention to have
th;m oil completed for the houslrg of
the miners beforo the snow flies At
present only tents nro beirg used. It
in necessary thot this work be done to
pr.ivide quarters for the miners during
the winter. Tho weather becomes
cxtromly cold in tho vicinity of the
camp during the winter month'.
A lai go six room ofTico is ro.v Leirg
erected by the Knight company at the
junction "of th; Knight railroad nnd
the Denver & Rio Grando. Thin is
about a mile from Helper. This office
w.ll accommodate the men employed
on the railroad as well as provldo an
office for tho transaction of butinrcs
between the two railroads.
Mr. Knight now has n lirgc fotco
of men employed in the mines and ur
on tho railroad. Deseret News.
State Fair Notes.
Secretary Ensign says that when pa
trout go to tho Utah Stuto Fuir this
yo-ir they will not nccJ to stand in line
to buy tickets nnd will sac time if
ttuy liavo plenty of chango In th' r
pockets. Coln-controlk-d turnstiles wi I
In used again this season at all tho out
si Jo entranced.
It will be impossible to get through
tlu gates without dropping tho proper
coin into tho stile. There vl 1 bo
"chango booths" outside of nnd clow
to tho gates, at which the right elr
no nination can be secured but tne
man who has a few looc quarter and
lulf dollars when he stnrtd for the
Fa'r Grounds will make ietter hear".
w.iy than the ono who has to "tine up"
If proaent plans of the police de
partment nnd ether city official aio
carried out us intended, there shall I e
no beggars, vugs or suspicious looking
characters allowed to roam ut largo
during Stato Fair week.
Plans nro a'rendyr.oir completion for
giving excellent police protection to
fair patrons and to tho residents e f
Silt Lake, and doubtless a system to
got all the vags either In j lil or out of
tho city will bo Inve Ued for tho tirro
being. Every bum or person without
visible means of support who show his
c luntcnaice about Silt Lako at fair
t mo will bo th-owa it j mil. Chief of
Police Grant with his nidi, moan to
mikoSalt Iiko thoroughly clean for
Dining my obsenco for ono month,
city quarentino work will please report
to Dr. J. F. Noycs.
Dr. II. E. ROHINSON.
Pleasant Grow rkws.
Edited By F. S. Humphries
PROMINENT CITIZEN CALLED. J
4,Thq sudden death o William H?
Stewart at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, eatne a
a great shock to the pecple of thi
nuiiity, as Mr. Stewart had keen. W
his Usual health and was attending 'to
h's work as usual only the prevkMW
Dath was caused through afl aetile
attack of indigestion. 'f
Deceased was in hia 7Hh,jrr, wa,
born Dec. 4th, 1642, In StWLawrenej
Cjun y. New "York. Caaat to Uia
with his parents when he waa te)
years of age. ,
In cerly manhood" h was called a"
number qf tlmes'to return te'the MiM
ourl river to assist emigrants on their
travels to Utah.
He was married to Miss Little Davia
in 1871 and moved to his farm in the
north field. Returning to town wUh
hla family in 1896, where he located at
the present family home.
Mr. Stewart waa a kind, genial many,
considerate with his family, and oblig
ing to his neighbors and frientfe. He
waa never too busy te take hla, faai;
out for pleasure or to help hla rieighbera
in time of need.
An n member ef the warcj and a cit
izen of Pleasant1 Grove, deceased haa
stood back of the author kia in their
various moves to progreai and better
ment and waa one of the early one "te
rcalizo the value of our toil' and eHa-.
at) for growing better fruits, wMefc he
hid two fine orchards. At time at hi
death tho family were pleasantly a V"
tied in a comfortable, modern hftme,
aid he was looking forward to enjoy
ing the fruits of his arduous labors of
the paBt thirty years. t
'He is survived by hla Widow and
eight children, as follows; W. D. Ste
art, vAmericjn Fork; Mrs. Lewie S.
We,t. Mrs. Junkw. WeU,, Chf rULA,
andTt It. Stewari;,a4d Uf. ,OSm
Jonea aM f.JUH Uke; the Mhweafid
and .MU' '
das og-.i.'-HJia-sj MfltfJnsslf'J WW
largest attended ever seen here. The
speakers were John Y. Walker, "V. 8.
Humphries, J. E. Thorne, Richard J.
Wnelloy. W. L. Hayes, Prea. S. L.
Ch'pmuit and Up. S. L. Swensin.
Slnglnguas furnished by the conjoint
choirs of the three warda under the
direction of Mr. Hump'nrien Solos
wero rendered-by Mrs. S. Thorne and
Miss Holman. The floral oflferlngs
Mrs. Hcllen Carson of Garfield is
visiting here with her mother Mrs.
Hcckeison, this week.
W- L Hays made a business trip to
to Salt Lake Wednesday.
Arthur Hall spent a few dnya at
Suit Lake visiting his mother this week.
Dr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Grua aro rpciul
Ing the week at Spring City and other
towns in the southern part of the
The fruit shipments aro kecpii g both
packing plan's working to their copa
One of tho heaviest rain itormii of
tl.o seiiEon visited hero Tuesday.
There was no damngc other than color
ing up tho water for a few hours.
The Relief Society of Manila ward
surprised Mrs. Peter Johnson ono of
their memrers Friday afternoon. A
good time Is reported.
Utah's Sons Making Good.
From tho men trained In Utah Col
leges the native State is receiving can
tlnunl praiite nnd thesa men aro doing
moro than any other factor to mnke
Utih n mot honored State, counter
acting in deeds stronger than words
the pcrfiduous effluvia continually nr
rising from tho yellow press of the
country. The Utah Agricultural Col
lege alone has sent constructive citiz
ens into ten states of tho Union, nnd
into many federal offireB at Washing
ton, who aro leaders in the agricultur
al industry of theeo states. They are
so I experts, foresters reclamation en
gineers, irrigationists, agronomists,
animal husluidm:n, and investigators
' and managers in crop production and
day-farming. Into tho states ot Kan
sas, Montana, Oregon, Idaho, Wyom
ing Nelras'ca, Cnliforn'a, Minnesota,
M stouri, and New York, sho has sent
B-Jch men. In tho United States De
portment of Agriculture, Utah trained
men nro gn dually foregoing to leader
ship and in their flno work are build
ing a veritable monument to tho Suite's
great cltlzonship. They are all champ
Ions of tne diglnlty of Intelligent labor
wh'eli is ir. reality the heritage) of Utah.
'lhestato needs no other defenders
thin these men. The example of their
lives is a final urgjment.
tate Democratic Ticket
tflThe following statu ticket was elect
ed at the Democratic stata convention
M Salt Lake on Thursday.
3For Governor John Frank Tolton,
For Congressmen-at-Large Mathem
Kah Thomas, Salt Lake and Tillman D.
5;For Justice of tho Suj reme Court -je
Grand Young, Salt Lake.
3 For Secretary of State- -Charles Eng
$Tor Attorney General Joseph W.
Mringfellow, Salt Lake.
.for State Auditor John S. Blaln,
SFor State Treasurer John F, Men-
TiFor State Superintendent of Public
lr)dtruction-A. C. Nelson, Salt Lake.
For Presidential Electors Jesse
Knight of Provo, 0. W. Powers of Salt
JjaTee, James Andrus of St. George,
Thomas H. Fitzgerald of Salt Lako.
I Roosevelt Suits Doth Sides.
Hcrc is a samplo of tho political
aainds of the people of Utah, being ex
tracts of a conversation on the train
while gning to Proo to attend pill
aipals and trustees meeting recently:
Prominent citizen of American
Fork "I have voted tho Democratic
ticket all my life, but Roosevelt is a
good enough Democrat for me,"
Prominent educator of Pleasant
Grove "I have voted the Republican
ticket nil my life, and Roosevelt is a
gdod enough Republican for me."
Each of these men aro broad, liberal
minded, nnd or nlso students who have
studied tho political question for jenrs,
and they see the great wavo of political
thrust through our brond land, whli h
layB in plain language, tho ehy of tho
Mg Interests, the invisablo government
ef Wall strctt as opposed to that of
Jhe common people is at an end.
ar. m i
f Call For A Vote.
I f arty M 'Me C'riUeliTe"a3erllSW an
doubt aa to which is the popular prea.
idcntialcnndidatc, here is a good test:
The next time h large number of men
are gathered call for a vote. Tho
writer haa seen th's tried on several
occislons and invariably Rcoiovclt is
first with Wilson second, while even
among old line Republicans the Hiipxit
ors of President Tuft are in the smull
In talking with n prominent Republi
can and a leading biiHiness man of Lehi
on Weelnesday, when nake'd what wni
tho political outlook there, mid, Hoo-mi-velt
could cairy Li'hi if there was only
some one to take hold nd leud out, us
it appeared to him nearly cvory one
favored the Progressive party.
Operating Pip; in New Field.
.Provo, Aug, 23. Henry Vincent,
Theo. Nichnles and Robcit Johnson
were arrested at Colton yesterday after
a brisk fight with Sherriff Gferge T.
Judd nnd Deputy Sher.fr Iiuchman.
They arc charged with running u "ollnd
pig." All three men resisted arrest,
but were finally subdued. Henry Plug
gner interfered with thi officers and
was arrested. Vincent, Nicl.olts and
Johnson wero held in GK) bond) each
today. Flaggncr was fined (D lift -aid
NEW STRENGTH FOR BAD
The American Pork RedJentt Are Learn
ing How To Exchange The Old Hack
For a Stronger One.
Does your back ache, feel weak and
Do you sufTcr hotdue!ies, languor and
Is the urine discolored, passages ii
regular? Tho kidneys aro railing for help.
Sick kidneys cannot do their work.
Give them tho help they need.
Rackacho Is generally kidney ache.
To euro It you must euro the kidneys.
Uses u tested and proven kidney rem
edy. A remedy especially for kidney ail
ments. Convincing proofs in tho follow ng
Mrs. Edgar Clark, second ward, Lehi,
Utah, soys: "I tun pleased to recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills, having ol
served their good work In my family
This remedy is beneficial for backache
and other lymptoms of kidney com
plaint." Forsalobyall dealers. Price 50 cent
Fostor-Milburn Co., Uuffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember tho name Doun'a and
take no other.
Poll I1 've us yur news r
WW II send it in early.
Royal Tailoring & Cleaning co. j
ANNOUNCEMENT . H
To the people of American Fork and y h H
vicinity. Uuder the above name I will s ! H
open a first class French Dry Cleaning , '; ' H
establishment, in connection with a gen- ", H
oral line of Tailoring for Ladies and Gen- '1 1 H
tlemen, on Monday Sept. 2nd. W H
JI will also handle the Royal Tailors ag- ' H
ency, of Chicago, of Gentlemen's clothing H
which needs no introduction to the H
people of American Fork. H
(JCall and see our new store just west of ' J
Thornton Drug store. H
' E. J. SEASTRAND, The Tailor
Mrs. J. F. Kirk or Salt Lako spent
Sunday with American Fork relatives.
For Sale-Selected Turkey-Red wheat
for seed. Arthur Hawkins.
Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Cropper of Hin
ckley, Utah returned homo Sunday
after a couple of days visit at tho home
of their daughter, Mrs. R. Ii. Ajhby.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Knight, accom
panied by Mrs. Lenoru Makin and Miss
Peail Wagstaff made a trip to Salt
Lsko and back In their auto Friday.
W. C. Prcalon delivered a cur load of
Ismba to tho Salt Luko market on Wed
nosday.) Tho lambs were In splendid
shapo and leveraged W pounds. , ,
TarKnnfo 0. CnrTsnSeruUiraW
to Salt Lake Monday after a few da) a
visit with tho family of her daughter,
Mrs. N. H. Heist-It.
Mrs. Adolph Adair nnd duui; liter
Hcatrice, unci Mrs, W. C. Pn-ston anil
I children will go to Payson for a few
'days visit with relatives and friends lo-
Miss Ulla Pulley and Mr. Thoirat
Southwortu we re miirried nt Sslt Lake
on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. James F.
Pulley, parents of the' bride' accompan
ied them to Salt Lake.
Mr and Mrs Fred Done went to Pay
son Tuesday to attend the funerul of
his father, Ia'wIs A. Done. Dececsed
was born In New York statu 72 years
ago, como to Utah In 18'J7 Tho old
gentleman sufiVred with a stroke years
ago, which w.ih indirectly the cauio of
hii laH sickneMi and death.
Oscar Robinson of this city and M'hh
Ele-ctu Smith, one of Lehi's uttnictKei
young ladles were united In inarrlngei
at Salt Luke on Wednesday. A recep-j
lion In honor of the happy event was
held nt the homo of tho brides patents J
the same evening. The new inuir.ed
couple will muke their home home in
this city. I
Ernest J, Soastraiul, opeim fr busi
ness on Tuesday in his uttructlvo new
store em Muln street, adjoining Thorn
ton 'a drug storu on tho west. Mr j
Reastrand expects to conduct a (list
class tailoring and French dry cleaning
establishment, tho equipment fer which
his just been received from tho east.
ills business v. ill be conducted um!cr
tho name "Reiyal Tailoring and Clean
Elder J R, Sllmson of River Dilo,
n'nr Oge!en, recently returnel homo
after a mission of fivo years unJ eight
months in Japan, wai u guest of Mr.
end Mrs. S. L. Hnrrlngton, TliursJuy.
Ho brought them n splendid repirt of
tlui missionary labors of their son Leon
ard. Mr. Sllmson guvo an Interesting
report of the Jupaneso mission, nt tho
"homecoming" exorcises in tho Fourth
ward chapel, for Junius Smith en
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Delinquent Poll Tax Notice.
Notice is hereby given that ull delin
quent Poll Tax not paid on or beforo
tho 16th day of Sept., 1912, will be'
placed in tho hands of tha city attorney
for collection. I
Uy ordc-rs of tho City Council of
American Fork City.
J. F. STEGGELL,
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