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I ; American Fork Department I
I' ' Daylight Begins to Break
I'ubllc Senlliiienl Aroused for the
. t Suppression of the Lli.iior Tniillr
A llesiills In Organization of American
, ', Fork Ilelteriiienl League.
"K The continued Increasing nnd al-
; ' moat open Infraction of thu liquor
'j lnws that hits given American Fork
, h undesirable fitmo for some time, lias
jjl it last resulted In tho organization of
fl the bettor element of tlie community
I if Into what Is known an the American
,'j1 Fork Hetterment League. Several pre-
' I ) llmlnary meeting have been held, and
last Monday evening the organization
' ', was perfected at a gathering In the
' tithing omen assembly rooms,
' Following are the offlcors: Clifford
, J Young, president; executive commit-
1 '. tee, W. H. Chlpman, I). N. Chrlsten-
vT Hon, Ida Chlpman, Mrs. Myrtle J Wnl-
! ' il ton, James Martin, Mrs. II M. Illnck-
'i hurst, Mrs. Wlllea Ilromley and Irving
' 4s I I'ratt.
i Tho league starts out with a inem-
' I '. borshlp of over forty representative
X citizens. Its purpose will be chlcllj
'I; the suppression of the Honor tralllc
' nnd tho moral uplift of the commit
h nlty nnd betterment work In general.
, jr Tho organization will labor to create
M n 8cn""on'- I" fnvor of obcdlcnco to
' O ,,' 'aws- aml w'" actively support the
MB local officials In their cITorts to en-
1 ' forqo tho snmo.
' . George Startup, Sheriff Henry Kast,
' District Attorney McDonald nnd I'ro-
' ' HW fossor Doyle, all of I'rovo, were prcs-
i US' PIlt nn(' lnnl' oddresscs along pro-
J hlbltlon and betterment lines.
IS The following resolution was rend
' r u' 'r' startup nnd passed by the
i ! meeting:
I fiK "Whprens, The people or tho rnlted
' ma States aro nsking of Congress that all
' i lno atn,cs D0 permitted to pass on the
1 wfif great question of prohibition of the
91 Honor trninc, wo respectfully nsk that
Wh you support the resolution proposing
ft "jRE nn nmendmont to the constitution In-
$ fiqC troduced by neprescntntlvo Hobson In
b &$' "lf HOUBo f Representatives nnd In
n wt no Senn'o uy Senator Shophord."
t & Tll resolution will be sent to Scn-
i) HP ntor Slnoot n,1(l Representatives IIow-
N 8h "" nm' Jlinson Utah's representative''
' Ok In Congress.
3 IK Rcforc adjourning all those present
K Joined tho league and pledged them-
Y m selves to work for the advancement of
A M "s I)UrP08cs'
" Btt Next Moudny there will be n public
MM meeting In tho City Unll, nt which
i JPf "H rrovo visitors will be present and
1 jR? make addresses. Tho general public
S wl" bo lnv"ed and tho City Hall,
wKJj whero tho gathering will bo hold, will
WSm undoubtedly be crowdorl to Its enpa-
9jBg cUy Tho meeting will be Momln
jj evening nt 8 o'clock In the C'liy llu'l
It Briggs Pharmacy
UK Tho case of tho Urlggs Pharmacy,
mm which was to hnvo come up In tin.
WM district court Monday, was postponed.
Km Sovornl membors of tho city council
Ira went down to I'rovo, but there wor.
5X so many othor cases that tho court
Mm' could not reach it. On August 3 tin
ftm Luiirt will reset the case, nnd It inn)
Om be two more months boforo It is again
g called up. In tho menutlmo the twe
JfB drug stores who are Interested art
J.S opcruting without u llcenso under tin
M U'stralniug order Issued two weeks,
IS 'I ho caso will Involve somo Intrlcnti
njS iiucbtloim never before settled by tin
jHj Utah courts. Tho local city ordinance
Wg gives th council tho right to wlthholu
jB licenses to those convicted of selling
MB Intoxicating liquor, but whllo tho state
iflj la a' gives the state pharmlcal bourn
AS tho right to mako tho druggists' phnr-
Mffi mlcnl license, thore Is no state a
.Wr giving the city n specific right to with-
w hold a druggist's license to do busl-
Granite Club Must Vacate
B Owner of AdutuNou llulldliig lliu
IS , rroiuloed CoiiiiO Atloriipj That
VX'Z CI h -Hiixt Seek Another
jgjgl ' Home.
W ' The owners of thu building In which
yPf tho Uraulte Club Is doing business
1 31 hnvo been notllleil by tho county slier
1 , Ic: that tho Granite Club Is a nuisance
iff and must vacate. Tho county served
H notice that if tho order was not ear
IfB lied out the owners would be proso
IgE cuted. Tho county nttorney rccelveO
I2B a lottor from tho owners of the build
tjn ing that tho Granlto Club had been
Bnff notified to vacate at the earliest pos
vM, ' siblo dnto. Tho club olllclals lun
WB promised to give up tho lensc, but do
Ufl mand the usual mouth's notice
&M Whether tho county will grant the re
SK quest for tho delay has not been de
ls elded, but one thing Is certain, the
club must move.
It In also given out that if the city
does not piocced agalnijl the olllclals
of the club for' running a nuisance,
tho county will take up tho ease
The county attorney says there Is
no question but what a conviction may
bo had, and now that the cleaning up
process has been begun, there will be
no let-up till the Illicit tralllc of In
toxicating liquor has ceased
Rev. Wildman Murphy
Galled to New Field
i'npiilar l.eial MluMcr Who lias Hceu
In American I'oik far I'nxt Ten
Years (Joe to I'ujmmi,
On August 17, Rev. Wildman Murphy
vlll give up his American Fork pas
oiate and with his family move to
I'ayson. The I'tah I'resbjtory has
been after Mr. Murphy for a long lime
to go to I'ayson, and ho has at last
consented to go, believing that the new
Held, or rather the old Held, will en
ablo him to do more good.
Mr. Murphy commenced his work
in tho ministry In I'ayson twenty-one
years ago. At that time he had charge
or tho Methodist Kplscopal church
thore. hater ho grew to faor tho
I'rpsbyterlnn church, nnd after llc
years' service In I'ayson, he went to
Eureka as pastor of tho I'resbyterlnn
church there. Three yenrs later he
was called to I'rovo, and two years
Inter he enmo to American Fork.
There Is a peculiar condition In
I'ayson that makes Mr. Murphy's call
particularly appropriate. Whllo there
fifteen years ago ho was pra'.or of the
little Methodist flock. Slnco his leav
ing tho church has had no regular
minister. Whllo In a way tho Moth-
odlsts have united with tlie rrcatiy
torlnns, there has been no gemjlne
union. Neither Is tho l'resbytorlnn
work thoro In ns thriving a condition
os It should be. Mr. Murphy being n
l'resbytorlnn now, will of courso go
to I'nyson to tnko chargo of tho I'res
bytorlnn church. Tlnr Methodists
thoro nro united In asking for Mr. Mur
phy to como back nnd promise to Join
with him In church work. So that
with both those In chargo of tho Meth
odist mission anil tho l're3bytorlan
mission calling him bock to I'ayson,
ho could not resist.
Mr. Murphy expresses real sorrow
at leaving American Fork,' and tho
many friends ho has mndo here. The
American Fork mission has never been
In ns prosporous condition us It is nt
present. Ho has thoroughly enjoyed
his work hero. Ho likes tho people
and tho progrcoslvo town spirit nnd
roels thnt It Is n good plnco to live
nnd renr a fnmlly
Mr. Murphy's little flock will bo
sorry to seo him go, nnd tho cltlzeiiB
cenornlly will bo sorry to loose him.
He Is nn nffablo gentleman nnd hns
always boon found working earnestly
on tho right sldo of all public ques
tions. He hns generally been found
taking an active Intores In public af
fairs, and In questions nffectlug the
moral uplift of tho community. He Is
a good man and a good citizen, and
ho peoplo of American Fork will be
loath to lot him go.
TAX l,KV IS l.0WKKi:.
The board of county commlsslouors
on Monday llred the tar levy tor 1'JH
nt !); mills, one-half mill less than
Tho amount of levy for eacli of the
ievoral purposes la; Oeuoral pur
poses, 4 mills; county schools, 4
milts, poor aim Indigent, 1 mill; de
pendent mothers' pension, 3-10 mill;
niiei Using purposes, 1MU mill.
Tho levy lust year wns as follows;
Genornl purpose, 4 8-10 mills; count
schools, 4 mills; poor and indigent, 1
mill; advertising purjiosos, li-lo null.
HMHTRIC CARS TODAY.
Tho now nil-stool olqctrlc cars oi
the Interurban lip.wi bomi tried out
tills week from Sr.lt huko to tho Jor
dan Narrows and tho tests provon
In all tho company has nine elec
tric cars, two or threo of which will
bo used on tho streets of l'roo am.
tho others to be run on tho main
It is tho expectation of the Interur
ban peoplo to hnvo everything In
readiness to this city by today, July
24th, bo us to opoT.to electric cars
between American Fork and Salt Lake
This week a half dozen carpenter
comnionced putting tho Stake Tabor,
nncle Boats together and fastening
them to tho floor. They came "knocked
down'1 In big crates, ami It Is no small
Inb to put them together It Is a bik
ob also to hot thorn up and fasten
thorn to the floor, and will lequlre an
other ten days before the Job Is com
Today We Honor
lutcrclliiir I'nigram Arranged fur the
Celebration of Pioneer Dm).
Tho commltte having tho 21th of
July celebration In hand hnvo prepared
the following program'
5.30 a. in -Ringing of bells and
s.ilute of twenty-one guns.
! 30 a. m. All parents and chlliheii
to assemble at their tespectlve ward
meeting houses or churchoB.
10 a. in Form In lino In marching
irder. March to Fourth Ward grove
I'eople of tho Fourth Ward will be at
tho grove to receive all comers,
11 a m Song suitable for the oc
casion to be sung by the aBBemblngn,
fiuH'ch appropriate to tho occasion,
Mark 11. Green.
12 noon. hunch nnd scclrl visit
Kwrybody to bring their picnic
1 p m Tho following program of
sports will bo carried out For chll
Iren from I to S years old those
games: Stoop, farmer In thd doll,
frog In tho meadow, nuts In Mny, drop
the handkerchief, jolly miller, three
Jeep, squirrel In trees, and horo we
go, too and fro. For ages S to 12
rhrep deep, how, when and whore,
brush gnmo, Jolly mlllor, high Jump
(for boys), racos (for girls), blue
bird, daro base, nuts In Mny, blind
nan's bluff, trip around tho world,
nnd scissors gnmo. For nges 12 to
If!: Greased pole, diving for nlekela
(for boys), tug of war (boya nnd
girls), chalking the pig's eyo (boys
nnd girls), potato raco (boya and
girls), necdlo threading race (bovn
and girls ns partnors), necktio raco
(boys nnd girls as partners?? 100-yard
dash (boys or glrla), sack race (boys),
leap-frog raco (boys). For ages IC
years nnd over, which Includes nil
ndults; Tug of war (men), sack race
(men), egg raco (men nnd wouenh
relny raco (men), potato race (men
and women), tub and broom raco.
Ruth nnd Jncob (men nnd vjmen),
peniiut race (men and women) , hurdle
races (men and women), quoits for
Ice crenm, . cold drinks, popcorn,
nuts nnd enndy, etc., can bo hnd on
A good tlmo nnd a day of pleasure
long to bo romombored Is rwsurcd to
nil Splendid shade, lawn, bouches
nnd tables, swings, teeters nnd many
other thlng3 for your comfort and on
Joymont. Prizes will bo nwnrdod nil winnors
In tho vnrious gnmes and races. Thore
Uvlll bo something Interesting ovcry
Thor.0 will a'so be a blr bnll game
in the afternoon nt City l'nrk and a
crand ball In the evening at the Apollo
New Method ot Des
troying Malta Weevil
Lac.il runner lint .Successfully Solteil
(JiicsHoii of Destrojlng
John Steggel, our city ntreet super
visor, has discovered a now method ol
successful)' dustroyjug tho alfalfi
weeyll that has been devastating the
hay crop throughout Utah. His meth
od Is simple, Inexpensive ami thor
oughly ofrectlvo, his neighbors declar
ing that it Is the most effective mothou
.Mr. StoggePs method consists ol
simply dragging or burrowing tho al
falfa when It Is inudd), or Immodlateiv
utter It has been Irrigated. The de
structive little insects nre by thl
method thoroughly mixed, up In tin
mud, and bf,tore they ca'n oUrlc.ii'
themselves they tiro (loan, uno or mi
Steggel's neighbors, in describing tie
Hold, stated that after It had been
treated it loked barren as n desert
and as If it- never wou'd como ou
again. However, In a fojw days ih
barren Mold began to look green aim
the alfaira grow more rapidly thai,
over boforo For several weeks tip
neighbors' Holds romaliicd barren,
whllo Steggel's llehl gmw luxutlanti.,
and Ib now nbout ready to cut !
second time this season
All kinds of methods have been tre J
to check the weevil with varying sui -coss.
Farmers Imve tslvou tho Holds a
path of tlie, some have spread wnh
parls green, and others poisonous -i'iu-stancos;
some have slnly tried tu
drovt. the weevil, some have adopted
tho method of feeding the crop off wnh
shcop: but up to the prosout tho only
effective economical niPthod has I)' t
the dust mulch method However, il.
mud bath given by Mr. Steggel li de
clared to be less expensive and move
effective than any of them. Those wIk
have seen Its i fleets declare that tln-v
will adopt It next year,
I 'APOLLO HALL
r TONIGHT, FRIDAY, JULY 24TH
Big Pioneer Day Dance
s9k The most popular drfnee hall in the whole county where
fiflv the crowd goes. Best of music always.
V Don't forget the Date Tonight Friday, July 24th
! White ! I
Speak White Act White Dre33 White Why not mako your Summer attire white all fl
through. White Dress, White Hose and white Shoes or Slippers. Can there bo Is
anything nicer than a beautiful white costume. Wo have just opened a splendid line
of White Shoes and Slippers any size you may want. Come in and look at them. m'
Chipman Merc. Co. Am. Fork, Utah I
AM. N'KXT WBKK VK Ot-'PEU YOU ANY 25o BUAMD CHOCOLATES FOtt 15c. '"
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filHIIv TO THE 4Pw Jl r
iPIS SUFriCIENT jJ I;
The ootl women who do the cooking and the baking tli ones who net- I
imlly work with then ranges the year 'round they nro tho ones who up- ukc
preciatc the difference between the ordinary range and a ci "
Monarch Malleable Range
It's the smooth wo) In vvliich It Avorks tho even heat In tlio oven tho (iiiIeKncHS vvllli
vihlcli il responds Hie iililuto deiiendabllity of It thnt makes lis f 4 lends. The
It has been said Hint (he .HONAM'll "makes clinking it dally pleasure." Why shouldn't HI It rte t
not mh docs the axuK satisfactorily, but tho user Is almijs nnuii' that she U using the least iall":'
possible fuel; has no slim- blacking or smntly kettles to bother Mlth. ( Mis?
The Airtight Construction or the MON'AItCII Its Wo havo every conlldenc In th MONAnCH. Wo orf:"
Tuple W11IIS--UB tliit. Blast Firebox aro only a knenr how, In its services day arter day year after ' kr
fuw of the convenient and economical features year it Is pleasing Its owners. Wo recommend it ike.
found only in the MONARCH. to you backed by the testimony of thousands of
MONARCH users. Mu
The staunch construction of thu MONARCH assures
ycais and years of satisfactory service with a sav- We Invite you to call and thoroughly examine this l)na"
ing of fuel and labor that will bn appreciated by splendid range. Glvo us tho opportunity to show 'JU(1
every housewife. you its many superior features. iarrle
Chipman Mercantile Co. r;
- Ires, tl
Stake M, I. A,
and School Fair
Will lie Held In Tiibei uncle ISuilillug
Kxlilblls in the Hnscmciit and lln.
tcrlalnmeuls In Auditorium A lime
.Hun) I'rles to He (lltcn.
Thoi commltteo In chnrgo of tho M.
I. A,ninl School Fair Is rapidly work
ing out tho details of what promises
to be tho groatost exhibit, of tho pro
ducts of the homo, Held mid factory
ever seen In our state with tho excep
tion of the nuutial fair at Salt Lake
City, Tho lle hundred boys and girls
doing club work In this end of the
county will exhibit thu best of thcli
products, each of the thirty Mutual
Improvement Associations will mnko
an exhibit. J 11 addition to these the
piorcliants, real estate dcalurn, nillla,
fautorlos, mining operators, stockmen,
farmers, etc., will lio Invited to se
cure space to advortlso their business.
Ilportrj Kiimos and attractive pro.
grams are being arranged for after
noon and evening entertainment.
At a rccon t meeting of the fnlr com
mittee the premium list was practic
ally completed. This committee of
fors a prlzo for each of tho following
nctlviUns Dread making, sewing,
canning, llowor gardening, pig aim
corn growing, potato raising, beet 01
mangol raising, truck gardening,
such us rutsuiK cabbage, onions, cel
ery, melons, etc , and home garden
ing. 'lh Stake Y. M M. I. A. otters 1.
first prize of $10. a second of $G and
a third of ?!.5o for the three youni.
men's associations having thu bos.
general display of farm products,
liouurj .mil mock. The Stake Y. I..
M. I. A. otters similar prizes for the
best general exhibit of homo products,
such as howIiib, cunning, bread mak
ing, Mower gardening, candy ami cake
making, etc. This nuMoelatlou Is of
fering four additional prlzos, as fol
lows: A $j prize to tho girl having
tho best general exhibit of canned
luductH, including luilt, preserves,
jelly, pickles and egetables. A prlzo
iur the oake content. A prlzo for the
CHiuly contest A sweepstake prlzo of
r gold pin for the ulrl ha Ing the
best exhibit of all prodiicit, displayed
Uoildoa those above enumerated, a
local prlr.11 Is being secured for each
Of tlio nine projects being earrld on
by th boju" iiml nirls' clubs A prize
Will nlso.be given to the bo)' club
and to the Klrls' 1 lub making the
highest uwijikp for all Us members
llojs ;tiii! j.lr. uhi fin piizis fir
med In Hit i.ur ("iiuuHKi for nny
"f tin 11I1K piojMi -viu k barred
from romptuiii for lotul prizes of
fered for tho snmo event.
A premium list stating thu exact
n.iu In each event will bo Issued at
tho ennlest possible date. September
24-20 litis been decided on iih tlio fair
date, lu order thnt tho' winnors In tho
arlousl lues may competo for lionors
at tho Statu Fair.
Tho stako presidency has consented
to tho uso of tho Stako Tabernacle
for fair purposes. Tlio genornl ex
hibits will bo lu the biisemcut, and
the main auditorium will bo used for
various entertainments which will be
given uvory night during tho time
that the fair Is lu progress.
Take your tlmo in doing thlugs, If
you wish but don't tuko somo ono
- ui HUt
IT TAKKS NIIUVi: !"ch '
"It takes nerve," announces 11 boozo Wv '
advertisement underneath a thrilling mm '"
plcturo of a blrdmau. Tho nd con- mv
Men and women of today need tho
nerves of steel, whether their occtipa-
tlou ho piloting an airship, controling H
H biiKluess, or directing household or I
social activities. When the nerves be- I I
Kin to show ovldences of weakness, H V
prompt action should bo taken to re-
Jtoro them to a normal condition. H
Considering the "boozo" has had to '
walk tho plauk lu tho navy, has been
ruled ott athelotlc grounds, banned by
factories, proscribed by certain olllccs
mid banks, forbidden by many mines L
and railroads where a cool head and j
steady hand nro required It certainly Ljk
does tuko norve. H 7
SCHOOL TRUSTEES' ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT I J
of American Fork School District No. 14, County of Utah, Stnto of I'tah, for
tho School Year ending Juno 30, l'J14:
HICCIHI'TS. WSHUUSKMKNTS. I
, For payment of teachera, '
Ilalanee on hand at last report malo C,a52.62
nf illHtrlel fim.l t 1 1 r B- l'0r Imy"t Of teaclloVs, ' Sho
or district hind t UG.8J female 7.821.7C j.
of building fund 101.31 !'"' JMlW'B8 and slteB 1.09S.SS "'
For furnishings, apparatus. 1)73.91 liW h
From district tnxos, for spu.- For library books 07.00 lth thc
ola. pumoses. buildings, etc. U.CH.25 r '" Whnprovel :'0'S6 I J
Stato school apportionment J,213.2S monts U91 11 . '" n
County school fund..... WZSsi I - -C
Tax sales 199.41 and coiibus, $40.35 c33' 8,o had
-' ' W0O.UU BWZ.Wbotta'and UOfW'OIt
From all other sources Itemized Intorost, $47.25 8.347.? 'lio ,
,.. , , ., , , For payment of Interest on ,A Wotg ,j,
Interest on deposits 39.84 i,on(i8 1 OOO.00 iai ",
From manual training salary 333.00 Othor disbursements Itemized m0 . '
, . Insiiranco 73'; L.
MiiBicsalary 1 14.00 Coal 742s Thu,
Snlo of tools lc.no Other disbursements 311jM ' bbtai,,
Sundry Items Hi.38 Total $30,830.1' I J
Rout of High School lands,. 10.00 Hnlnnco on liiind at end of ,
each year of dlBtrlet fund 3-1, ,
T"t. $31,018.27 (iniiiil totnl ' $3l.olSJ'l j'"'
P. M.'lCBI.I.V, Scii,,,
.lOSHI'H H. FORHIJS, Jo''H J
RM J. Cl-AYSON, uri;,,,
INnUUTKDNIOSS. , '"Ml,
n. . 7 lJonded. Kloa ' Miij,
Of lust year $20,000.00 N-iKH -
nccieased thlM uar 1,50000
miiiii" - (Ti "ui
Total ; $"20,000.00 I'itU
Stale or IJtah.lOouiily of Utah, ss: . B" 111"!
I'. M Kelly, .Joseph II. Foibes and Kll .1. Clnyson, Trnslons or niprlM" Hbin (()(J
Fork School District Nn. 1 1. lu said County, being Hovorully duly HWorii,rf. w ,ij, (J)
for hinuteir r.nj'ij: That the within IIiiiiik lnl nialemoiit of the School "" Ji,., ,
of mild Dislrlcl. is true and correct. - .
I'. M. KMM.Y, llj,(.ril ,
JOSKIMI It. FOItltllS. sJ '
Fl.l J. ChAYSON, 01, '
Htili.,cilli(d mid sworn lo before me this lillh day rtt July, I''1' ,JJl.(Jn
11 c .ioiinson, Notai) r"'lf m
(M) coiumlBsIoij expires Augual 21, l'.noj ',