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American Fork Locals and Personals
K . jMiin Hniison was hero visiting
Mr and Mra Hniwon Monday.
wni McM1 "0,(,rc'1 '" froln llar'
I1CH1 suiidio. returning TucBdny.
'I Kenned) Tliornloii and Uiirn llur-
rinRton spent Sunday In I'rovo.
H c.mrt homo Industry by purchns-
lnfbPread otA'V-rlcan ForWlnkory.
Mrs Alice Si ilth of Salt Lake City,
spent Sunday with her molhor. Mrs.
I Mrs N l'r,ls it''nc'd liomn
I from tenl1 Sunday, whero alio liny
.H been lsltlne for lh0 m8t monthl
I jir and Mrs. Vern Wnlkcr went to
I pf'o,o Sund.iy Mrs. Wnlkor rcmnlnoil
foraWfcH'8 M wIth "lollvca.
I Mr and Mrs. Jainca M. Ornnt Hpont
Sunday with Mr rnd Mrs. DeUouls or
I lijron Onwkston and fnmlly nnd
BenHnlllday rnd family aro enjoying
l,n outing up American Fork canyon.
Iron SAIiK Three-year-old umnll
marc; cheap. Innulro at Citizen or
ifice or phone S5, Amorlcan Fork. 18-tf
Mrs. James Chlpmnn, Sr or Salt
uke City spent Saturdnynnd Sunday
in American Fork.
I Vcru Houstiin wont to Lehl Tuesday
to take his music lesson rrom Pro
I Miss Lillian Drown went to Salt
bkc Tuesday morning on an oxtend
.d lslt with relnthcs and friends.
I Mr. and Mrs Angus Hcedo of I'rovo
spent Sundny hen , Hie guests or Mrii.
Kllen Harrntt Mrs. Ilnrratt returned
come with them for a two week's vlall.
I The Orient certainly dosorvos that
Jnime--'Tlio busy big fenturo house."
Brtie house of big productions, where
jollity and cleanliness prevail, -5-11
Miss Emma Ingernoll left Sunday
Hor Eureka, to spend a few days with
Hitr brother before returning to Salt
II Mlsi Panzy Hnninett or Alpine, a
wrmer resident or this city, nnd Mr.
hud Zabrisklo or tills city" were
Hiarrled at Proo on Tuesday, July
I Bile playing on the lawn Sunday
rmlnp, with a number or other chll
reo, tho little S-year-old daughter' of
Bin. Cordon stumbled against a liyd-
"t and cut a deep gash In her knee,
klch necessitated three atltclicH to
low up. Mrs. (Jordon and child aro
vr 'rom Hliifilinm. where they linve
Oil- M '
Marlon ltobliir.cn motored to Amor
can Fork canyon Sunday.
Mark ll.(lr.nM7u"anH l.akci vlali
or this week.
Hclio Uoane left for Salt ilko WtM
ncsday ror a two Wook8. Usl w
friends mill rolathes.
-Try our cottage bread, only in cent
Anierlcnn Fork Hakery. Jg.:
Mrs. I', hong of Uhl spent m
fore part or the week with her daugl
tor, Mra. Thomas S. Ilroadbent.
Jesse Klrknum Int for Ely, .cv
Monday, where lie Intends t0 stay tli
rest of tho auinmer.
Roderick Spencer and Chad An
dorson returned homo Mondav froi
Messrs. itay Jones, II. t. iirt n
Aynor Whipple spent Sundny in Am
orlcnn Fork canyon.
William Thornton and family' an
Maud ilrown motored to Salt Lak
Fvery courtesy and modem eonveii
lenco that will mid to your conifer
nnd pleasure Is found at the Orlen
Iheutre. . 2B-1
Mr. and Mrs. James Chlpmnn, Jr
Ion Tor Yellowstone Park Tucsdu
lor an extended stay.
Velnian Duncan returned home froi
Salt Lake Wednesday, where she ha
been attending summer school for th
pnst six weeks.
Mrs. Willis Hromley and ehlldrci
returned from the pumps at Saratog
Tuesday after visiting a few days wit!
Mr. and Mrs. John Wootton.
Mr. II. II. Hurt treated the telephon
girls to a box party at the Oilcnt Iiib
Thursday. A live part special renturi
"The Kangaroo," was highly appro
The malinger or the Opera Hoiib
wants It understood that the ld pee
pie and missionaries' wles are al
ways welcome to the Opera' Hous
rree or charge.
Ask dealers ror bread made by th
American Fork Hakery. 1S-1
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Itlnl and daugl
ter, Leila, or Maploton, spoilt Satui
day and Sundny hero with her niothc
Mra. Goo. Storrs. j,
No woman, however II in I Led he
means, need ever be "out of dato
an to dress Where the dollars ar
few the planning ami devising mil
be better and wiser and In such In
stances the store "ads" usually lea
to the right solution.
1 1 OPERA HOUSE
- l Thursday, July 30th
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? A Million Bid
aT From Geo. Cameron's Play of
ISMS In 5 Parts
t:J1.76 hSho ls 8"cilll'd by bor motlii . for social ambition. The mother. I
;ia35 (at avurlce, meetB a terrible f te. Her daugliter'b "purchaser" Is I
l7-flO lth ii " W"r8 "e' AK,,oa I'lnwly escapes, to enjoy hapidness I
00086 mail "ia" "f ,u,r ow" cl,0,c0- fl possesses every element ot ilrn. I
jc and Immni. Interest. iOvery sceno Is a thrilling one and the E
40-10 " la ,e . y l0' 'lrilma ,llul lho dlBt'"cll11 r opt'ulng the Kline Theatre t
C9035 tin h irk' """ ol tl10 ln,KBt r'cturo houses on II roadway. It has I
lOi.W I ibe pi, "'" "'sUllcl" "f erout.lng the American Theatre at Salt 1
' ' Tio f" "'n,,) """"'B'li ''"i'1' nl"' "IBM"- 1
,347"' Photo ",Ha" ' ,,k" Tl'legranr, In Itn comment, staled Unit It Is the best I
00000 itociai1 "''" 1"8 UVPr ,l1'011 ' l0w I" Sa,t lMi- City- ll "iailt I
Hie,. C'0m"1"" ' the wonderful ability or Anli. Stewurt, playing I
73.50 J" or M.8 , h)ml,K n ,,
1U8S fi.btlu "M""""1"1" (,f tlio Opel. i House has niiide u special eftort I
" ni" "U(t '"llui' r' ' An rleuii Fork picture house, and all
(.830.1 JjJiMirl unity lo slu It to you
!'-l8i! M j Kriilnj liud Mliirilii)' Mghls.
l.nSJ' n,!"'U'S l,l:AR'l" A magi illeent two-part featuio, portnolug
"IL lir' i ., Dutch lather.
' Join, H
'" """"v '"nl Flora Finch in "IIiiiiiij In IHsguiM-." A laugliliih
,08, '" ","" 8,n to llulsh.
.,!(! ,M.', ' ,'11 A ery eduealiouiil piouuctlou, taking you to nuiii)
l.DOO.OO -11'" "" mn-hi nnd brush ng ou up on euneni ou-uih
Poiiiii?""", '.u,,l8 ,rt awPt oery day, with an iintlseptle sweeping
!' "" no.,."" .,",,Ml "l,l-,l ') ' ' tioiiblo with moHl pletuie hIiowj
wui,,. m """li'Uon. We have absolutely the best eiilllnlcd shoi
cricii lubin ,!'" '"uiiij - tw0 doors at the rear or lho house mill (lie
a, t cb. C"lll,3 tin. '" V'1""1' lvl"K you n change or air "ery few niliiutes
1 iow "iirom ,(( ' ll"' Ihreo wiuih .h on both sides nnd two windows
"" LjMiWNiijipeit i.urlug the elitllo show.
sfnr (timllij- Kui.i i'legram a iVature in llM'If.
hllf ' ' ' Nr'H MISSIONAltiliS WIV15S WULCOM13 ALWAYS
liny bread made at home. A. F, !
Ph'9M Ll,P ttromo -,' SuiwUoffi
'- Mr. Virgil M. Uroo was a Saltll
visitor Sunday. . 9
ll- RiimikiikI Chlpmnn went, tovlajn
l-ake Saturday, returning MontlaS
d- Mr. S. I, Chlpmnii imulu a buslneS
th trip to l'roo Tuesday. .jg
Mrs. Mary Ann Holey is a Salt l!ad
Is. visitor this week. ""IBl
10 Mrs. It. Smith left ror loiin, Jdnho?
( Monday ror an extended visit. 3$M
Mr. Lawreueo llrlggs wau u iSm
liko lsltor Wednesday. '
10 S(oe Anderson was In Sail LaKa
Monday and Tuesday on business.
" This week's Issue Is printed jo nil
the 'Mtli T '"" USU'11 " ,,CC0UI,l?Pf
1 Miss I'earl Kelly was tho guest of
,,. Mrs. I'earl WIIboii or l.ehl on SundnyJ
, Mr. H. J, Clayson was a l.ehl vlsltoi'
l Sunday. jt
Mr. A. Chlpnian was a Salt Lake
visitor Wednesday. -Wi
rt Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith woroThf
tit Salt Lake on .Tuesday. dftt
Miss Chlou Thome of l'leasaiit,
drove was the guest or Mrs. Clarence
' Walton on Sunday.
Miss Anilo Whipple of I-ohl spejU
Sunday and Monday hero with Hex,
sister, Mrs. David WagstalT.
Miss l.altno Holey or Salt Lake is
here visiting her sister, Mrs. W. .
11 1). It. Tracey and It. K. Drown wore
Salt l.iikL. visitors Saturday and Stui"
Bt Mr. John Heck made a business
. trip to Sprlngvllle Monday, returning
Miss Prudence Ilrown v returned
5(1 home Tuesday uitor a two weeks' visit
- In Salt Lake with relatives and
Clood bread always made by the Am
erican Fork llakery. l8-2t
ic ,, . .
t The thing that goes (ho farthest y
Toward making lire worth while, ,
Ii- That i'obIb tho least and does the most.
r' Is Just ii pleasant smile,
, ;!; .ajii Mrs,, Uell.OIiIninii. of i'ro
To, Tormer residents or (his city, aro
tho proud parents of a now baby girl.
La (irand Noyes .nterlalued at a
box parly last SntuiiJny at (ho Orient.
An excellent program was enjoyed by
all, Including the four part spcciul
feature. "A Leap ot Despair."
Mrs James W. Carter of Idaho Falla
riturnid to her homo Tuesday after n
three months' lslt in American Fork
She was accompanied as far as Salt
Lake lo her mother, Mrs. Rosa Hrom
ley. Kmmi'tl Cblpmau and wife and
Leonard Harrington and wife spent
Sunday In Prnwi, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Dell Chlpnian.
Iten llalllday, John Robinson and
Nate Robinson returned from Aiuer
.lilan Fork canyon Sunday.' They u
port llshlug Hue.
Mr Klniarlon Nlehols and Miss Ida
Smith were at Prowi Friday evening,
the 17th, at the request or Pier A V
Lund, to assist him In the miisnal
program, which was given (In tin
Fruit Growers' Association hiilldinr
Hie celebration being held oil ai
count of tho, completion of the sanu
Theie was a ery large and eiiiliu
slustie crowd In attendance. To en
that Mr. .N'lchols and Miss Smith liml
a "royal good time" doesn't half x
.losi'idi Walluu or Ibis plai'
piouei-r or isr:, after spending '
eral moiiihs of pleasant visits
associations with friends and .' t
(lualntiiiices, Intends to spend it.- ,
coming liltli with hl friends la '
Lake, with whom lie generally male
an ,'inuuiil v IhU on thai occasion M'
Wa'ion Is hale and heait and
, to express his gratlllcallou i
gralltude for the kindnesses sh
him b his many friends and
ICtm You Imx This
This Is the question oft'T ask- j
ed There Is a rib blokeu and, U
It may have poked a hole In the U
coor. nnd there Is no one to llx R
It nnd It Is east aside. I
I sell the nioulloii Wireless V
Finbrella. It has no wire lo U
brenk and It can be fixed
('nine and I vtill sli Ju.
fliii' I' S,l,lll,1 f'- Itooseudl.
i In", Wednesday
-Mr. Waller Deey was III Salt Lake
u busIiifMH Tuemlay
I Mr ...id Mrs V Soi.thworlh and
irs. John Henry made a trip to Pay.
on In the.,, ant,, Weduemhiy.
Mr. Samuel Ureenwood. who has
l'", lery HI for (he ,,( week. Is
'Mrs. H n llolenoft Sunday for
tl'lil for an extended it Wt, llir
dimeliter. Mrs J u. Hlgler.
Mrs. Peru St i our returned to her
1,0,1,0 I" Klt Lake Monday, after a
I wo weeks' Msli with her parents, Mr.
mid Mrs Joseph Miller.
Messrs Hill Alril, Onal Singleton
and Sejmore Urey of Piomi were
(.American Fork visitors Sundny.
i:iiuo ami Jack Hunter and Dnld
Davis spent Sunday in American Fork
Ifjou're looking for some one after
o clock, go straight to the" Orient
Ihcatie We'll llnd them for you
Lome in and cool off. yr.-lt
Mr. Itay Striiigham of Mantl spent
the fore part of the week with his
sister, Mrs. Charles It. Miller.
llartle Parker of I'rovo spent Sun
day here with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Parker.
liny bread made at homo. A. F. II.
There used lo be a knocker on every
door, hut now they push a button.
A push Is bettor than a knock any
time. While stands for purity. Why not
buy a pair or white shoes or slippers
at Chlpimiu's? They have some now
fctylcs Just In; any size. 'J5-lt
About rouitceen or lluzll Varnoy's
joung friends pleasantly surprised lilm
at his home Monday evening. The
cu'iilng was spent In games oud mu
sic, after which Ice cream and cake
. &., . . j !' .
Tlje jiiany patroim of the local post-
ollice will be pleased to note that Miss
ILu Hromley, assistant postmistress, is
bnck ut work ufler a mouth's absence
on account of smallpox.
Thu Misses Delia and Lilllu Shatter
woro pleasantly surprised Monday
night by a number of their friends.
The oycnlug was spent In games and
music, nfter which refreshments were
t:: ! orient I z t a
ihlng PERFECT MODERN Rig i l :fi
new and THEATREt rr,B" I ' ' M
I RUTereni X U A 1 ii Ll J rU.
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T 'IIiuiikIiIs of the l.nlrxl and Revl rii-lurr Will Lead You Jo , (he T i't Ijl'
Y Orient -('(impure eur Idea; Willi Our Shows. "' J . g j jK
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J rnr I'.leelile Pans lo Keep Von Conl .Modern Coincnlenrrs for Your X 'r$J
Y Cemfiirl unit I'leaiure -Come In and lie friend!? We'll .; ? '&
Make II I'lciiMinl for You. ,- 5 .' J5I
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(lur I'atreus Ar,. Our Levi Ariwill'pr- One VMI Is Ihe ResiiU of f-'l "I J
Man) Colli. wine. 'j I fj
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LOOK AT NKNT WKKK'S Ob'KJOKMNOS :' Mi
T IH.STIN PARMJI, .T -. ' 1
Ihal Nell Known Aetor, Who ppeared Iteceutlj In "The Squinv X J I '
. Man" and "Soldiers of rerlune," Will Plaj (he Lending Hole In "X B'i ! ,'J
THE REDEMPTION OF DAVID CARSON - yV h
in Six Parts, Meudiij, Jul) -JTtli, and 5 f'Jv- t
I'ueMlii), Jul) tith, the Sicnnd of the Series of ' 3- I
J THE PERILS OF PAULINE J irj'f
Ullh Pearl While. Iheuee Will I'ollovt X )A !
"RAVIH ((IPI'LRI'ILI.IV In Seen Muneloii- Heels X ' .,t
"HIUMPII 01' VN I:MP1:R0R," III SK Stunning Ads 'JfiN
T "LM ILL I.OVL" SLItll.S LVLRY SATIRILVY. T iWl'S
Miss Ku'lyn Meieur or l.ehl is here
isltlug, the guest of Miss Ida Foster.
The goodness knows, the goodness
shows, at the Orient (Perleet Modern)
Theatre. Sweet sanitary ventilation.
Mr. William Chlpmnu and family
were in Salt Lake Wednesday.
Mr. S. L. Chlpnian and Mr. James
II. Clarke were Lehl visitors Sunday.
Miss Sadie Cblpmau was In Spring.
villa Sunday, the guest of Mr. Itussell
Miss Ku Schult. of P.plirnim Is here
for mi extended visit ut thu home or
Mrs. John O. Adams.
Mr. Nalo- Anderson or I'rovo was
the guest ot Villa Lee on Sunday and
Mrs. Fiuily AdaiiiHou ami Mrs. I'.llza
beth Pugli were Salt Lake IsIIoih
Mrs. Klmur Strong returned to her
Jiome Tuesday after u ton days' visit
Mr. and Mrs.- Axel Dloomuulst were
Salt Lake visitors Monday mid Tues
day. Mr. James I). Taylor and family
mined lo lliugham this week, where
they will make their home ror some
' Mr. and Mrs. Ira Maun, who have
been lulling here with Mrs. Mann's
parents, led. ror their home In Mont
Pleller, Idaho, Wednesday.
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Mr. Ren Roberts returned homo rrom ilMi B
the sheep herd Monday, where-ho has 1 103
spent the past six months. ItSfi'a
"A Million Hid" at the Opera liouso, Iffifal
Thursday, July 3U,Jn live parts. EMU
The Opera House has a treat ror IObNI
all next Thursday night "A Million iBfI
Hid." Don't rail to see it. lsKl'9
Mr. Sherwood Adamsoii was taken HByi
lo Hie Lehl Hospital last Sundny and raH 9
was operate.! on ror r.ppcudlcitls. His pffll 9
ojierntfou was successrul and Is get- ttjUl H
ting along line. !H tl
A baby boy was born to Mr. and iMHnG
Mrs. David Adamiiou last Sunday. hWm
Misses Cora (Inrff nnd .Miriam Tay- 1 I
lor of Prowi spent Wedncoday In R8
American I'oilc. M y
Laul Monday a bnby girl was born jtH
to Mr. and Mrs. William Fackerell. - !
I Mrs. Leo T. Shelly returned home fflFJ fl
riom Hlugham Monday, after visiting Ml H
for ten days with friends and rein- fl fl
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i Messrs. Claud Condor or Provo can- .' - HH I
you and 11. II. Langrord or Ohio were Wm f
hor visiting with Mrs. Condor's sister, S9
Mrs. Karl Varuuy, the fori) part or the 9
Ohoico Cut Flowers ' w
I'eniH nnd l'loral Denlgnn. jH
Send (u (he Lehl Floral Co., Lohl, iBlB
'I'eleiilioue i-'d-.I. Wo dcllrcr ',001
i'K0.MPTI,Y U'R. Mil
YOU GET A Bfe5i,'a W$ 0HIT0I OIIITOI W
SUIT TO SUIT g 5UITS! SUITS!:.. Jm
whenj wAWn , SUITS! . :- s
fffC' ill OS I f Our Fall Suits and Overcoats!.,. H
bBbksUbI irA4'i?l I n arc lu'rivin daily. Come in; jfHB
U llllf I (! I PI ' i l it costs nothing to look and.but, . ilfcij
'MwnOf 'Piflf f't" ukiT$' If wc can not suit yo" m "'"" 'Mflf
S'bBbH' ' i( llv ' il lTH'r onr maminoth stock wo jare-. . W
SWif ' I'r II I 1; 'IWiIIm prepared to show you" the, '.''V IB
flHlHL' ,.a xMmW' -mm !' li'iiiili cleanest and most complete Jm
mmMw -.' f ,'0 1 A i . iino of taiiorod stff ih ' '
pf' JfllJ f,ji I 1 '" west- The International -Tail- ' M
P ' )v ;Jafeag" la M or people aro known the world Wm
'Byyy "iil jo'''''- over for their tailoring. ;
jVlCLAbUit. YOU Wo aro also affents for tho mm
THE REASON OUR SUITS SUIT OUR CUSTOMERS knight Woolen Mills cloth. J-. M
inc,nt,n Have the samples on hand.. ijH
IS BECAUSE THEV ARE MADE FOR THEM--AND Will have them tailored by any ' H
THEM ONLY. OUR CLOTHING IS CUT AND MADE tailor you wish. Be loyal to . fl
BY EXPERT TAILORS-NOT UNSKILLED LABOR. our home industries. ' '' fl
FINE ALL-WOOL MATERIALS ARE USED IN MAKING Watch our wiMowa for tHo .
OUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS. AND THEV LOOK lateW styie3 in Ladies' Shoes, ..,',. fl
WELL AND WEAR WELL. , Remember the 0. P. Ford. '- fl
COME IN AND SELECT VOUR MATERIALS. AND r . .. f . , ; fl
UT OS SUP THE TAPE AROUND VOU TODflV. tT J? ' 1
WILL BE ONLV A FEW DAYS UNTIL YOU ARE A the, world over. ' ':
WELL-DRESSED MAN. - T7A.
Am. Fork Co-op. Inst ik 1
'The Peoples Store" J. H. Storrs Mgr"'"'