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BBfli luusd Saturday at Amtflcan Terk, Utah.
H' W. D. LOVELESS, PUBLISHER
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BJBJ .atmonths 74
BJBJ Threo months 6t
BBJn Single coplru Sc
BBm A bahy boy was born to Mr. ind
BBl Mrs. James Russell Sunday night
BBl Riymond Chlpmnn was n visitor ut
BBl 'Salt Lake on Sunday and Monday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Rczzant wcro at
H Pcjvo on Wednesday,
BBl Joke Green wo id spent Thurjt'oy in
H S it Lake City.
BBl M!sa Luetic Dunn of Provo spent pait
BBl of t'-.J week with Iriendi).
BBS Miss Rosa Durrant was visiting .'n
BBl Silt Lake, Tuesday.
BBl' Miss Emmn Thornton of lone, Idaho,
V li lero the guest of relatives, for a
BJBJ cojplu of weeks.
BBl M S3 Alice Uunford of Salt Lake Iub
BBl b:o j spending thu week here, a guest
BBl of Mark (irccn.
H Miss Marie Clarke of Salt Lake City,
BBl has been visiting hero this week, n
BBJJ gu;st of Miss Uarbru Holey.
BBl FJUNP. Pink parasol -owner can
BBJJ g3l same by calling on Mrs. Geo. T.
i Mr. and' Mrs. Thomas Abel nro tho
BBl. proud parents of u new comer having
BBJJi arrived last Saturday morning.
BBB Miss Lula WngstafT is spending two
BJBJ1 wcc:s with her sisters in Salt Luke
U Pelbert Leo,l after spending tho sum-
M( m:r nt Colorado, has returned homo to
BBB. attend h'gh school here.
BBB Mips Ethel Torry of Draper was here
BBB th3 for.) part of tho week a guest of
BBBj Mi si Velnia Duncan.
BBB Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hutchinron
BBB w ro hero from Murray, Sunday, visit
fl: i.tg with Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pederson.
I- Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Chlpmnn and
f mily spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday
with relatives In Suit Lako City.
BBB Raymond Cooper of McCameron,
BBB Id iho, is hero tho guest of his sister,
BBB Mrs. Martin Nelson.
IM and Mrs. John Hinks of Salt
Like hnvn been guests nt the homo of
BBJB N M Ambrose this week.
H .Mr. and Mrs, Curl Anderson anil two
BBBJ rl.!lfr.n I,. ..... I...,.n.ll. ,..-,. - rcr
BBBj tlvi b at Uinghum this week.
BBBJ Miss I'anzy Hamnctt return d to
BBBJ A'piuo Wcdnosdny after spending n
BBBJ week here with livr sisters.
BBB Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Elsmoro nn I
BBBJ d u liter Guuld.i, have been visiting
BBB W th Salt Lake friends this week.
B Mrs. Edith Miscncr of Logan, is
BBBJ her.) on nn extended visit with hci
P mothsr, Mrs. Samuel Greenwood.
H Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Sperry of Salt
BBB Lake City, were guests nt tho homo of
BBBJ Mr. and Mrs. Ernoat Winn, Sunday
BBBJ Miai Emma Greer.wjod returned to
BBBJ Suit Lako City yesterday, after n
BBBJ wojIcb visit here with her parents.
BBBJ Miss Ferl Pulley spent Sunday at
BBJ 1'rovo, visiting her mother at tho h s
BBBJ Mrs, Wm. Loyd returned from a
BBJ weeks vacation tit Suit Lako City on
BBJB Tuesd ly.
fl Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Carpenter of
BBJB Glundayle, spent Sunday nnd Monduy
BBJB h -re, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernes
. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hollr.dr.iko nnd
BBBj family urn rejoicing over tho arrival c f
BBJ a fine buby boy, born lust Saturday
BBJ tn Tiling.
H Wm. Hodell and Miss Mntthn Hodoll
BBJ of Hcrriman, returned homo tha fore
BBJ part of tho week. While hero they
BBBJ wc.ro guests of Miss L. Furn Ch'pmm.
H Miss Alice Dunford nnd James Uur.t
BBJ of Salt Luke City and Miss Edith Hin
BBJ itUy aid Murk Green wero viiiiorj nt
BBJ P.ovo canyon on Sundaf.
BBBJ Mrs. It. E. Pooth nnd Annlo Mo. r son
BBBJ of California, were visiting Miss Itelwi
H :, Booth tit Proo canyon, Sunday. A
H trout dinner was enjoyed nt tho resoit
H E. D. Hawkins was hero visiting
H - with relatives Sunday and Monday
H He was returning to Garland, havinu
H bcui to Payson to attend tho funeral of
H his brother ChorIca Hawkins.
1 Pf-rt Loyd iucconipanled by Miss
B E'sie Frier, epent a few duys hare
H this wck visiting with Uett's motlur
H And sis'ers. They returned to Si.lt
H , Lako City on Tue3day.
H Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Stnris, Mrs. A.
H I'. Lowls and Mrs. Lawn Clarke of
B Provo camo over in tho auto on Sun-
H d y, to spend a few houra hero with
H Elder Orville C. Day, of High), n 1.
H luturned Weilncalay evening nflcr fill-
H ing n two years mission,, with head
H quartern In Indcpeiuknre, Mil sou-'.
H Whilo u wailing for Iho vehicle to tnko
M h m to H'ghlttiid, Elder Day paid Tho
H I Citizen ollico it short vidt. Ilo rainc
H home in n lino spirit, enjoying tho be -t
H of health' uiul happj to again bj with
1 IdsUamlly and thu homo people.
R el Gardner made a trip to the
talc cjpltnl on Tuesday.
.Mrs. Joseph Scarle is spending a two
weeks vacation with relatives at Eureka.
. Miss Lydia Deck went to Salt Lake
City on Sunday, for an extended stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Lclloy Dear of Alpine,
tro rejoicing over the birth of a line
jaby girl, born Sunduy.
A buby boy was born Wednesday, at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mc
Danlel of Alpine.
Uncle Alex Adamson and family en
joyed an outing to Sutatoga springs
Miss Peart WagstalT went to Salt
Lake City yesterday to visit with her
Miss Myllndn Parker returned home
tho foro part of the week after a two
.veoks visit at Wyoming.
The Misses Ethel und Eve McCullough
are spending a week with relatives ut
at Salt Lake City.
Mrs. J. F. Noycs and her children
returned Monday utter spending u few
days at Salt Lake.
Mrs. Fred Wanlass of Garland re
turned home Saturday ufter a ten duys
visit hero with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Jus. II. Pulley.
The Misses Leah Chfpman and Mel
issa Ingcrsolt returned homo from Pro.
vo Thursday nltci a three days vl.ii
Miss Ncll'c Buckunltcr, is another oft
ojr accomplished young ladies who has
accepted a cull to preach tho gospel.
Shj leaves fur Portland, Oregon, en
dept lfath. ,
Mrs. Sarah C. Shelley, has4iecn con
fined to tier bed this week sulTering
with severe pains, the result of wren
ching her buck.
J. C. Penny, manager of the Golden
Rulo store und E. C. Sams of Salt Lake
C.ty wcro hero Monday visiting the
local Golden Itule Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thornton nnd fam
ily nnd Mr. und Mrs. M. O. Kundulph
of Halt Luke City, enjoyed an uuto rido
to Saltlur and Tooelo on Sunday. They
report a good time und fine roads.
E. W. Hyb'erg, of Ryberg Bros, con
tractors, was down from Suit Luku on
Tuusduy, in connection with closing up
tho btisincts in their sidewalk-con tract
with th s city.
Mrs. W. W. Robinson is home after
an absence of throe weeks, two weeks
of which was spent with her daughters
in Iduho, while on her return she visited
unothcr daughter at Salt Lake for a
children Tu esday" a f te riioon in honor of
her daughter Iris's 7th, birthday.
Games on the lawn, wero played after
which light refreshments wero served.
Miss Evndcirno Leo returned home
Sun lay after n six wce.ks visit ut Bing
ham. She was accompanied by Mrs.
Joseph Citvunough, who has been spend
ing the week heie.
1 ho following came down from Salt
Lake tn nnnuto Sunday: Bertran Mc
lntyre, Bill Bamberger, nnd M ss Dora
thy Nicholes. They were guests of
Miss Veltnn Duncan.
'I ho following young men entertain
eJ their lady friends at a dancing party
it tho luko resort Monday evening:
Clnrenco Beck, Mark Green, Milton
Pool,- Mnrk llezzant, Ellsha Boley, nnd
Much enthusiasm is being rut into
"Timber Day" celebration to bo given
nt tho Fourth ward grovo on Monday.
The committees nro nrrnnging tho co'
ebratlon so us not to have a dull tnin
uto in the day,
Mrs. U. E. Booth and daughter Erma
returned homo yesterday after u few.
dnjs visit with rolntlvca nt Provo. Her
daughter Relva who has spent tho
summer at Provo canyon accompnnled
Mrs. Julia Robinson entertained nt n
bundlo shower Tuesday evening in
honor of the marriage of her son Oscar
nml Misj I.ecln Smith of Ltlil. The
young cnuplo were married Wednesday,
ut Salt Lake.
The Third ward Sunday ochool Tl.eo
logicul class cnjocd n social timo at
thu Saratoga rcrort Wednesday nfter
nron. After a refreshing bath in thu
plunge a delicious luncheon prepared by
tho lady members of tho class was
When rs'ted as to tho political senti
ment east, Elder 0. C. Day, who has
been laboring in Kansas, a Republican
state, said, not one voter In twenty
fnvored President Tuffs rr-electlon.
This Is purely nn unpirtisnn opinion
from n man who has labored among
J tho peoplo and absoib-d tho public
, sentiment of onposlt'on every whero
,p:ovalont, against tha present politi
icil cond'tions. which aro dominated by
machines working In Interestof wealth,
nn I liostllo to tint interest of the-peo.
Jumes Crystal Sr., expects to leuo
on Mondav for a few weeks absence nt
Ids sons' ranch In Eastern Utah. Bio
I her Crystal has Leon working hard
thopnttyo.tr, nnd lealizea his health
is not so good, honcu-ho lira consented
t ) tnlto a chnngo of climate, und u n at
from his usual labors. Ho may got n
chango of climate, but ns It is not Ms
nature to .piny tho Bluggnrd, wo j ro
afraid tho boys will havo a job keeping
him contented unless ho is busy,
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Jcsso'S. Misencr spent Wednesday'
at Lchi. '
Curl Anderson has purchased a new
Royal Bread fresh ovcry day at tho
J. A. P. Jensen spent Tucrday at
Alma Greenwood is the owner of a
new auto, purchased last week.
Fresh extracted honey for sale C.
Leon Peete, accompan'cd by his fa
ther, went to Salt Lako Tuesday ta bo
operated upon for nppcndicitls.
Elders Junius Smith nnd'Wm. Gard
ner arrived home from their missionary
Mrs. Hen Hnlllday nnd daughter
Nina spent Thursdap viiitlng relatives
at Pleasant Grove.
Mrs. Ira Fowler of Alpine an I Miss
VIdn Lynch went to Salt Lako Friday
for a few days visit.
The cost of living is lightened by using
Grant's Foam Btklrg Powder. 23 cents
a can mado especially for our trade.
A premium with every con. Now
stock just in-Try it.
Mrs. James II. Pulley will univo
homo toduy after nn absence of two
weeks ntthe Provo hospital; where she
was successfully operated upon for
appendicitis and gall stones.
Frank Stout is again able to be out,
and is druming up bnsiness after a few
days retirement at the Provo hospital,
where his appendix -vnd removed.
Lewis Herbert underwent a serious
operation for abscess of tho bowels on
Thursday morning. The operation was
performed nt tho home A. B. Adams
on Mcrchsnt Street.
Chris. T. S. Manners, deputy supt.
of tho Beneficial life insurance com
pany, of Salt Lake, spent this week
hero working with Jesse S. Misem-r,
representative of the company.
Progressive Economics now on at
Grant's Emporium you can get a
guaranteed safety razor for l()c or n
J500GrnndPiuno-Now style for$2J5.00.
Stool and book freo.
Mr. D. Fox, nn arltst of London,
Eng., has been here this week a guest
of Miss Florence Boley. He has start
ed a number of sketches of scenes In
this locality, which will later bu placed
on exhibition. .
Mrs. Jesu'S. MtsenorchaperjiucdJii-r
Sunduy'scliool class in an 'all' day out
ing ut Saratoga on Wednesday. The
tiny was devoted to games, sport, picnic
Ing und the bath. Every one had a
Miss Pearl Kelly is under tho doctors
care, rulfering with blood poison on her
leg. The infection and poison is thou
ght to have been cuused by u mosquito
bito which beenmo 'rritated and in
scratching it dyo from her hose caused
The following delegates from this
city nttended the Democratic judicial
convention ut Provo on Wednesday:
Alma Greenwood, Bp. Jos. II. Storrs,
Mr3. M. II. Blglcr, Mrs. V. M. Groo,
J. J. Mercer, Mr. und Mrs. M. E.
American Fork is to have n mojern
nutnmol.ild garage. Tho Chlpmnn
brick building on the west side of Mei
ihant street Is being remodeled for
that purpose. Arthur C. Adamson
will conduct tho gnrago in connection
with his plumbing business, He will bo
assisted by Frank Humphries, Jr.
Mlfs Lu Bromley who ha3 been nt
tho L. D. S. hospital nt Salt Lake for
the past two weeks, is expected home
today. She underwent a slight opera
tion for rupture, which was entirely
successful. During Miss Bromley's
nhsencu Miss Beyrl Fentherstono Jins'
filled her position us assistant in tha
Mm. Bnrhr.t Ilhoades of Lchi, spent
Sunday In American Fork, guestof her
grand children, Mrs. Rose Hanson nnd
A. D. Wilcox It being Mrs. Ilhondos
88th, birth nnnlversary mnny relatives
gathered nt tho home of M re. Hanson
who, served a sumptuous dinner.
Mury Ann Ralphs of thu First ward
va haaplly sui prised on Thursday
when eighteen First ward ludics wont
ti her homo to celebrate her 81th birth
day. They worn prepared with baskets
of picnic, nnd several largo boquots
were presented tho ngedlady, who tow
bus her no four-room cottago com
pleted. Mrs. Currlo McComasof Hel
ena, Mont., and Mrs. Annlo McConnell
of Salt Lako City, dauihteis of Mrs.
Ralphs wero presont. Sho was nlso re-m'-mbcrtd
by h.'r daughter Mr3. Mary
Johnson of Honolulu, from whom a
pr sent was sent which nrrlvoJ o i her
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I American Fork Drug Company.
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Governor Hyrum Johnson Opens
Progressive Campaign in Utah
"There Is n revqlut on coming in the United States. It w'llnot bs a battle
of gun, bayonets "end swords, Lut of ballots, nnd when the final test comes it
will show that the American people are true to their tradition of being Inde
In these few words Governor Hiram Johnson of California, candidate for
vice present on the Progressive ticket, expressed himself when ho arrived
in Snit Lako City on Wednesday morning.
The lighting governor of California also had some other things to say; he
shot his sententences In a way that kept the newspaper men busy.
"I have loft California for a month because I hopo to carry tho California
doctrine to tho people of tho nation.
"The fundamental principle of the coming struggle will ba social and in
dustrial justice humanity.
"The fact that thoro is a possibility of Roosevelt's being elected Is shown
in the panic and terror of Penrose nnd all of his kind In the nation. These
men are making their fight against Roosevelt because they do not want tho
peoplo to rule. Thcv fear that If Roosevelt is nominated he will insist on tho
enforcement of the law, nut for the trusts, but for the common people.
"Roosevelt Will carry California; he will also carry Pennsylvania, New
York nnd several other eastern states, together with many of the western
states which aro still in doubt. From tho best Information that I can secure
wc are gaining stiength In overy state in tho nation. I am In this fight for
the mnsses and not for tho classcj. .
"Frankly, I am glad to be In Utah, and I want to tell tho people of this
state tonight what I think nnd why I havo taken tho stand I have. Utah has
a record of being progressive in everything but politics. Why not In politics?"
His tnlk in the evening In the Salt Lake Theatre, which was crowded to
its very doors, was one of tho greatest political addresses ever mado in the
state, is the option of men from this city who heard him.
Every word was followed in close attention by the audience, whoso interest
he held for an hour and a half.
In his opening remarks Gov. Johnson saiJ:
"I have been told that Utah Is singular In politics. In 1856 you will re
member that some of the Whigs of tho country, as a'-tompllfied by Mr. Fillmore,
wero unable to real'ze that the people had turned from them to tho new Re
publican party until the election was over and they had found that they had
enrrind only one stato in tho union, Maryland. This year Utah has been desi
gnated by somo as the Maryland of the Republican party. I do not believe tho
statement. I believe that In Utah there is just tho sams love of freedom and
humanity that there is in every other western state. I believe that Utah
will answer to the call, just as my own stato of California out on tho shores
of the Pacific is responding to it. I know not of some of tho states of the
cast, but it will be my pleasuro to go into them and tell them of the lessons wo
have learned out In the weBt "
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UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
Salt Lake City, Utah
Instructions begins Monday, September 16th.
Registration of students, and entrance examin
ations, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, September 12th,
A million dollars' worth of grounds, buildings,
and equipment, and the best teachers that can be se
cured are at your service.
Courses are offered that prepare for almost any
vocation in addition to giving a broad and liberal ed
ucation. The Catalog, which describes the various courses
and gives the registration and tuition fees, etc., is
sent free on request.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH, -Salt
Lake City, Utah
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Cut Flowers and flower designs for all
occasions, call up tho Lchi Floral Co.,
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Little Pit's for sale by K. J. R. A. M
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For Pear eider vinegar call phono H
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NOTICE TO WATER USERS. fafj
State Encirccr'.OincF. BBBj
Salt Lake City. Utah, August R, 1912. BBBJ
Notlco U l.trcby given that the c.laU of John BBBJ
Ulndley, by John It. IllmJIey, ailmlnlitrator, BBBJ
whose poat office add rou Is American Fork, Utah, BBBJ
made application in accordance with the require- BBBJ
inents of Chapter 10S, Seulon Laws of Utah. 190f . BBBJ
aa amended liy the iieulon Law. of Utah, 11)117, to BBJB
appropriate oiio 1) cuklcfoot of Hater per tecond BBJB
from Mitchell Hollow Stream, Utah County, Utah, BBBJ
Said water wa to have been diverted at a point BBBJ
which lies 1,673 foet unl and S4K) fret north of BBJB
the aouthcatt corner of Section 10, Townahlp 6 BBBJ
aouth, ltaiiKe 1 cast. Salt tale Laie and meridian, JBJBJ
from where It was to have U.en conveyed by JBJBJ
meanaof two ditches airKresatlnr 3,71)0 feet In BBBJ
length and theio ustd duilnir the period from BBBj
April 1 to Oitotcr 31, Inclusive, of each year, to BBBJ
irrigate l'.O acres of land embraced In Sections 10 BBBJ
and IS, Township 6 south, Itange I east. Salt Lako BBfl
base and meridian. The applicant now makes BBB
application In accordance with the requirements BBJ
ut Section 12SSx24, Chapter Hi. Session Laws of BJBJ
Utah, 1UO0, to charge Iho point of diversion to tuo BBB
points situated as follows; I'olntcf diversion No. (BBJ)
I lies 1.675 foet west and JiSS feet rorth of tha BBJ
southeast corner ot Sec I ion 10, Township & south, BBB
llance 1 cast, Salt I-aki baso and meridian. Point BBB
of diversion No.!S lies I.OIOfectwest and AS feet BBB
north of the corner above duwribrd. Said water BJBJj
will be conveyed by means of. two ditches aggro- BJBJj
gating 1,1)00 feet In length, nnd there used during BJBJ
the period from April 1 to October 31, Inclusive, of BJBJ
each year, to Irrigate the tract of land originally BBj
intended. Tills application Is designated in tha BB
Jlate Engineer's olllceaa No. I2S. BJBJ
All protests sgalnst the granting of said appll- BJBJ
cation, staling the reasons thererur, must be made vJBJ
byaindkvltlndupllcaleand fllet inthisoirlcewlth- BJBJ
in thirty (3U) days after the cumpliibn of the 'BJBJ
publication of this notice. BBfl
CALEB TANNEK. Stale Engineer. BJBJ
Date of first publication August 17, 1012, date tf BJBJ
completion of publication September 10, 1912. BB
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NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT NO. 23.
S1LVERFLAT MINIKQA MILLINO CO. H
Principal place ot business American Pork, BJBJ
dtah. Notice la hereby given, tbut a mcntlng- BJBJ
Jf tho Directors of the abovo named company BJBJ
teld on tho r9.h day of Aug, 1913, assets- BJBJ
ncntNo.23. of 11,0) per lOrt) abaroi (one mill BJBJ
.r ahnrc) was lotted on tho capital stock of BJBJ
ho corporation pnjililo Immediately, to BJBJ
JUlw. Dennett, at hUoiriip, American Kork, BBJ
Utah. Any nock on which this ansesmout .BBJ
romaliiH unpaid cm Monday Sept. 30th. I9U, will "".'ABai
uedelluiiuent and mhrrtlseM roriuloat publta BBJ
auction and milcn lujmeni Is made before BJB
lll Iw sold Monday Oct. I4h Il2,nl 4 o'elexk BJBJ
.1. in. at ihoolllcituf iho Sicretaiy, nt American BBJ
r'urk, Ulnh, to pay tlio delinquent aesc.ikmenl BJ
logetbur with tho cost of advertising and ox- t
peuae of sale. BJE
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