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? y" ' l.KIH MANNER SATURDAY, J I'M' 25, 1014 'M
,'. AMERICAN FORK LOCALS
'- Mr. nnd Mrs. .Jnmea M. Ornut spent
U the latter pnrt of tho week In Alpine.
ff Alias l.lzn Illndley returned homo
1 ' Mondny from Provo,
,' Mr. George "RoblnBon of Idaho Iff t
" 8 , k, fof his home Mondny.
p I' Miss Rosella Storrs wan it Suit Lake
$V vlsljor two days this week.
! i ,
tt.v Mrs. McDonnld spent Wednesday In
J Suit Lake.'
Mr. Hoy Robinson la lioinc from Ills
, sheep herd at Soldier Summit.
T Miss Orn Lynch wns In Provo on
pi Friday, guest of MIhb Ethel Kollpy.
fg , Wlllurd Olcson 6f Alpine waB In
m' Afuerlenn Fork Thursday on business
M' llnrry I.lndley returned home
IF,' Thursdny from Eureka.
M Miss (da Smith left for Proo Wed.
V'tf uosday evenlni: to play In one of tin
it , theatres there for' a few nights.
if, j, City Recorder Hilton, of Ph-usanl
i ,"& drove, made the Alpine 1'uh. Co. a
;i very pleasant call last Saturday.
' fit ' Ross Parker, Errl Varnoy and Ilerl
fp? Mlljnr returned Wednesday from n
' iM, flsling trip up Strawberry.
3 1ft. Mrs. John Snyder and daughter,
J Jig Mrs. William Larson, returned home
fra Monday from Salt'Lnke.
J JM Mr. R. E. King returned Tuesday
; from Salt Lake, after a ten days' visit
' t with his daughter.
H Mr. C. J. Wright Is home from Am-
Hf prlcan Fork canyon fo spend the 24th
SB with his wlfo and children.
B Mr. and Mrs. Alma Greenwood went
I, B to Fillmore Thursday to attend home-
WE coming there,
ajj Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Uorg are
buck from I'rovo after visiting there
SB. for two months.
fflfj 'r8 8 L. Chlpman and dnughter
S Leah were Salt Lake visitors Wednes-
flw Mrs. Charles Thornu of Pleasant
AV Orove spent Wednesday and Thursday
jH III American Fork,
3BJ Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Chlpman of
H Lehl were here visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. L. Harrington on Wednesday.
BB " -" Misses Bertha and Leah Bnssett and
W Mrs. Morrl I-ogle were Provo visitors
BJjf on the 24th.
Bf Mrs. Davo Wangsgaard and Mrs.
H' . i . Guy -Evans woro hero vlaltlni; with
Hg ; their sister, Mrs. Arthur Adamsou, on
Bf i Wednesday,
Bj ' Mr. nnd Mrs. lien Moffett and Mr.
El pud Mrs. Marlcy Steole are enjoying an
Kf uutliiK up American Fork canyon.
KiX Mrs. Thomas Watson and daughter
K Jeane of ninghnin returned to theli
E8 home Tuesday.
Warn Come out and watch tho home boys
El , lick tho Trolley League leaders of
BS Salt Lake today.
& Dr. and Mrs. Noyea nnd children
Em are lu Fillmore, attending home-corn
KB lug there.
BE Mrs. little Sims of lllnghnm Is here
fi. to spend the 24th with Mr. and Mrs.
MB' Uo T. Shelly.
B9 Miss Ilnydec Adams went to Fling-
HpE ham Wednesday for a ten dnys' visit
KM with relatives.
BB" Air. and Mrs. J. F.. Jensen nnd sou
&Hj John of Provo spent Monduy in Amor-
ByR lean Fork,
BB Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Mountler of Salt
9BW' take are here visiting a few da8
yBl " with Mr, and Mrs. Fred A. Iloustan.
jHMP? Mrs. J. K. lngorsoll olid daughters
9Br Melissa, and I.ornne, spent the forr
JB" Prt of1' the week In. Salt Lake.
BB Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Gammel of
B, s Sprlugvllle are here visiting with Mrs
HM$V' Gammel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
BP It. Davis.
,JjBs Mr." and Mrs. L. P. Wherry nnd Mr
wKf and Mrs. William Sims of Ilinghair
JBTjk were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo T
fKS Shelly on Sunday,.
flBfr' Mrs. Mary Foster returned to ' cr
BpM'; home In Stilt Lake after spending ten
"jlffk JnyH "L'ro w"'' ,1Pr sls,ur. Mrs. T. A
jttKt Misses Winnie nnd Lucllu llrlttlim
n&W of Salt Lake and ninnche Finn of Hlng-
Jp hsni '.are guests of Miss Minn Varuej
'' I this' week.
Mrs, TV. L. Small-lias as hor guests
this week" her mother, Mrs. R. Spenco"r,
und her sister, Mrs. James Maxwell,
and threo chlldron, of Kansas City.
"BJ Mr. John II, Wells from the presld.
jMmmm '"K bishop's olllcu of Salt Lake, Is here
Wmj visiting nil the bishops, ward ofllcers
Wy jsud tltlilug offlces n the ttake,
Granite Club Appears
and Claims Booze
Theodore .Nlcholes, as manager of
the Granltu Club, went to Provo Wed
nesday anil put In an nppearnnce,
claiming the intoxicating liquors
seized by the county sheriff lu the raid
on the club's home on July 'A The
pintles weie not ready to go to trial,
ho tho case will be set for hearing
some day early In August The count)
Is confident that they will he able to
put the club out of business, and thr
ofllcIalB say that proceedings will soon
bo commenced against the oulccrs of
the club, and that some of them will
go oer thn road for maintaining a
A similar stubborn caso has been
fought In Spanish Fork for several
months, but tho principal In tho enso,
a man mimed Dart, was this week
sentenced to pay a fine of $2f0 nnd
serve thirty days In the county Jull
lc h now doing time, and when re
eased the county has another ease te
press. The district nnd county attor
neys say this will be the fate of thr
Ameilcnii Fork lawbreakers
Will Meet Them
"ashless Men, fll.i Council ami
Prominent ('Illens Mill Meet
" the I'allillnilers.
Colorado Springs, Colo , July 20.
I'o mink and log the Colorado and
t'liih divisions of the Pikes Peak ocean
to ocean highway, a pathtlndlng car
will leave Colorado Springs, Monday,
July 20, headed for Salt Lake City.
Thu pnthflndlng party will also make
arrangements, en route, for tho re-Mablllty-soclnblllty
run between Colo
rado Springs and Salt Lake City, start,
ug August 17; and It will meet with
he good roads men, county commis
sioners and others In all towns along
'he way to stir up Interest In the de
velopment of the Pikes Peak ocean to
Covering the entlro distance of GOO
miles, poles will be painted with bauds
of rod nnd white, ten Inches wide each
Tho marker design adopted recently
by the directors of the Pikes Peak
ocean to ocean highway nsBoclatlor
will be placed later during the relia
blllty-soclablllty run Itself. An olllclnl
log will be made of the road, nnd a
series of pictures, and also of moving
pictures also will bem ade
Tho schedule for tho pathtlndlng trip
will be as follows:
July 20. -Divide, Florissant. Lak
George, Hartsel, Rucim Vlstn, Granite,
July 21. LcmlvPlo, Red Cliff. Mln
turn, Wolcott, Eaglo.
July 22. Gypsum, Canon of the
Grand, Olcnwood Springs, Rlflo
July 23. K. Ranch (Utah-Colorado
lino), Jensen, Vernal.
July 24. Ft. Duchesne, Roosevelt.
Mytou, Duchesne Colton.
July 25. Thistle, Provo. American
""ork, Rlverton, Salt Lake.
Members of the party will bo C. P
Stephens of the RoUsc-Stephens Auto
'ompnny of Colorado Springs; G H
Merrick, oltlclal photographer and
mmber of the Pikes Peak oecnn to
ocean committee, and II. S. Rogers,
representing tho Colorado SprlugB
Gazette nnd tho Evening Telegraph
Tho enr will bo run under the auspice?
"f the two Colorado Springs news
papers, In co-oporntlon with tho Colo
"ndo Snrlnps .Chamber of Commerce
tho Snlt Lnko City Commercial Club
nnd thn Colorado and I'tnh divisions
of tho Pikes Peak ocean to ocean
hlghwny. Tho trip will bo made In a
Rulck enr, nnd the return will be over
'ho snmo routo.
Plans nro progressing nlso for the
reliability-sociability run from Sprinr
leld, III., Torre Ilnute. Iml , nnd St
losoph, Mo., to Colorndo Springs,
".'hleh will Immediately precede the
"nlnnu'o SprlrtCH-SnU Lake featuro
'bese two events will cover 1 .100
mils of tho now great central trans,
At a meeting of tho Civic Improve
ment League, President Kelly war
delegated to Invito the business men
and prominent citizns to meet these
vontlomn on their arrival, with n view
of giving them encouragement and
data concerning our city, nnd Inciden
tally to receive such Information as
theso gentlemen may have to give.
Special Invitations will be extended
to tho mayor nud council and Commis
sioner Hernnrd Chrlstcnsen to meet
theso gentlemen on their arrival oi
from Salt Luke's Fastest S
Amateur Team to Amevi- I
can Fork Baseball Team, I
the Fastest in Ttah I
County, for 1
Base Ball Game I
July 24th, at
City Park I
3 o'clock I
Ice Cream and Soiln i
Water Served on Ej
(1 rounds, 3
i i wi iiw.i. IjiUl isaBaacEHgaaai
I Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 j
" This Is tho powerful combination wo ofler you.
., our strength lies In our nmplo capital, our I
olCBiMIl 1 lnrG resme, nnd In tho staunch Integrity I
of our GiUcets and Directors. 1
i In point ot sir ice, wo extend every facility I
3( ,i coincidence required In tho trnUBnctlou I
or modern business. I
. ev Denohltors mid old alike rrcelrc eirry
OSrVICB ConsldcMillon. I
Bank of Am. Fork I
"THE OLD RELIABLE ' '
novs oir vi i.oxtJ miii:.
About thirty American Fork lloy
Scouts left Wednesday morning on
their hike down Immigration canyon
over tlfo old Mormon Trail, followed
by tho Utah pioneers on July 24, 1847.
They were under tho direction of Cllf.
old Voting, who accompanied them.
They left on tho early luteriirbnu train
and spent tho day In Snlt Lake City,
part ot tno time in tno uoscret gym
nasium Knrly Thursday morning
ihev were taken up to the head of Iho
canyon, and during the day mulched
'own the trail, camping at night on
he sump spot on which tho ploncern
eaniped the day before July 21, and
on the 24th they matched on Into Salt
UTAH POWER AND
LIGHT CO. USING
ALL POWER PLANTS
Word received hero this week by
local representatives of tho Ctah Pow
er & light Co, Indlcntes that early
completion of the work of rebuilding
tho transmission polo Hues running
from Park City through the Wosalch
liouiitulns Into the Salt Lnko valley
.In the company's power plants on
Mill Creek lu Mil' Creek canyon, south
east of Salt 1 nko.
The transmission line extends from
Park City to I'uroka, Utah, und u largo
force of men are at woik changing
he t ros arm construction on the
'lo'es mid restrlngliig the wlros. It
's one of the most Important Improve,
incuts In service, undertaken by the
tth Power &. Light Co. thioughout
ho portion of Its tirrltory served by
this transmission line.
Every power plant In I'tah owned
by the compnny Is being utilized to
furnish power tor tho compnny's
transmission and distribution lines.
With the completion of .tho big pow
r houses on Bear rher some of the
smaller Utah Plants havo been rollov
cd of a portion of the work they have
boon doing und tho greater part of the
"load" on the Compnny's lines Is as
sumed by the now power houses.
This resulted only In u curtnilment
of tho hours of operation of some of
tho smaller plants in Utah, isono ot
tho latter power houses have been
shut down, however, nor Is this likely
to occur at any tlmo In the Immediate
On tho contrary, word from tho gen
eral olllcos of tho Utah Power & Light
Co. Indicates that with a future de
velopment of tho market of electric
ifIco throughout this section cor
responding In any degreo with the de
velonmont of tho market during the
pust eighteen montliB, It will be iicci s
snry to operuto every power plant to
tnpnclty within a vory short time
The Improvements and oxtentlotis to
hsr power plants durlnic the past
vcar have niiiounted to hundreds of
thous'indit of dollart nud In addition
to the regular work they are now do
ing, they foiin n power generation ie
sorvo for the I'tah Power ft. Light Co.
Hint will mak.i it possible for the com
pany to handle a steady Increase in
the oxlenflon of its sorvicc without
TALKS ON THRIFT
"Tho men who dns not nnd can not
save money cannot and w'll not do
anything else orth while The best
way to accumulate money Is to reso
lutely save and bank a fixed portion
or your Income, no mattor how small
he amount Andrew Carnegie
It Is not tho easiest Uiing in the
world to sa,Vo money To become In
dependent one must pay tho price To
wo monev thero are two things which
nro very Important having a definite
ibjert lu lew and being systematic.
These two things go hand 1u hand
Moving a object will help you to
"oncentratn your efforts and b"iul all
vour energies In the desired direction
"Concentration i3 the secret of
strength," said Kmerson. A man of
only average ability, with concentrn
Mon, can lucoinpllsh moro than a man
if unusual talents without It More
over, svstein and an object will give
vnu cnthuslnsm and that Is the powr
vb'ch dri'PS our mental machinery
As one of the best ways to grt out
nnd keep out of a rut Is to have seme
led object to work for. Save niorov
with hoiu' definite, worthy pari rip
ni'd von will find l Is comptirni'Mly
easy, while without such an aim It Is
hard Perhaps there nro n few who
lire nhlo to save money for the pure
oWnsuro of savliiK It. but the average
Individual must have some en al
ractlve oblect 111 vIpw to prevent his
pending his lhoney for tho nnni rous
oleasan' things that attract him dav
by day Children put money Into tholr
nuill bunks lu the morning and unite
rrequently shake It out In the after
mnn to spend It for thu toy or tluv
lour Men and women are but chll
lren or a larger growth. They mnv
rt find It so hard to save money, but
heir difficulty Is to make snvlngs stay
Kumi ns the most successful busi
ness enterprises nre tho best oririnl"
cd nud mnunged. so tho Inillvldnit1 who
used forethought und system h the
handling or his personal tlnriu i. 1 af
fairs Is the most 'Ikely to make satis
liatll.ei In Hanger, Pa, glis this
'-iclh.il illustration of systematic
I h.ne lu mind n young man about
tw -utv jr iirg of age worklUK as n slate
l.ir In one of our nuriics who Is
1. 1" of our rcrular depositors in the
I ' "'gi kp:irtiii"it Durliii; a pi rlod
of four yr in jus' jm t he has d posit
nl tach month an average of J." , n.
otnl of $1,200 for the period, or $300
pr j tar. This Is a good yearly saving
considering tho average or steady
work for him Is nlno months out of
l , i lodlunlly this young man wlth
n aw a Jiiuu and Invests In good bonds
uldiiiK a fair Interest. Since tho
inauguration or his saving habit, about
ioi'i yeats ago, ho has accumulated
tl-xtj lii such securities, and U ho
nialiitalns his average savings, for sov
i i j ears to como he will undoubt
ed have tho nucleus of n Hinall for
nine and bo In u position to establish
npMseir coiutortubiy In tho world.
ouch nn cxmnple or thrift Is worthy
or imitation nnd Is uiuiuestlonably tho
sin est way to become independent.
This Idea or nysteni in. Biivlng Is at
iii root ol such schemes as thu Christ
mas and Vacation Savings Clubs, tho
itbc or little homo banks and ninny
other plans which help t( keep people
In the straight and narrow path or
tlirirt rnthcr thnn lu the, Tor tho time
being, moro pleasant "Uroadwny" or
. 'nee there was a little boy
Whoso nnmo wns Robert Keese,
And every Friday uftornoon
He had to speak a plcco.
So ninny poems thus ho learned
That soon he had n storo
Of recitations lu his head
And still keep learning moro
ov this It 1b what happened:
lie was culled upon one week N
And totally forgot thu piece
Ho was about to speak.
Ills brain ho vainly cudgeled
Hut no word was lu hla head,
And sit ho spoke at random,
And this Is what ho snld:
' .j beautiful, my beautiful,
What standust proudly by,
It was tho schooner HccpcruR
Tho breaking waves dnahed high.
Why Is tho Forum crowded,
What means this stir in Home?
I Jidur n spreading chestnut
There Is no place llko home,
7Iien Frcedon from her mountain
Cried. "Twinkle, little star."
Shoot If you must this old gray head,
King Henry of Xnvnrro.
If your waking, call mo ourly
io be or not tobe,
Curfuw must not ring tonight,
Oh, woodman, spare that trc.
Clinrge, Chester, charge! On, S anlry,
And let who will bo clever,
Tho hoy stood on the burning deck
Iut I go on rorover
It shall hu my aim to respect my
country, my profession and myself.
To bo honest and fiilr with my rellow
rnen, us I expect them to be honest
and squnro with mo. To bo a loynl
citizen or tho l' S. A. To speak or
it with pralso mid to net nlwnya us a
trustworthy custodian or lta good
name. To be a innn whoso nanus car
ries weight with it whore It goes.
"To base my expectation or reward
on a solid foundation or sorvico ren
dered; to be willing to pay tho price
or success in honest effor; to look up
dn my work as an opportunity to bo
jelred with Joy and mndo the most of,
and not as a painful drudgery to bo
"To remember that success lies
within mysolf, and my own brain, my
own nmjiltlon, my own curngo and
determination; to expect difficulties
ind force my way through them; to
urn hard experiences into capital for
I For Hire I
if vnu wish in lake a Q
lii'itMUo flip, u Utilities m
Trip or n ".Inj lllile,"! AM 1
y tiu: man to si;i:. I
J ASY PLACi: I AMIIItl. I
!v iimmv ion 2.ir. I
AYvufi:iti: i.n tii i: 1
(01 .N'l'Y OK STA'U! I
I Take a trip lu an Auto H
- A. most us cheap na
liorat. nud buggy K
I'or P.irUculars Call on I
WM. A. BEAL I
Am Fork Garage I
Oppii-llo Jlnnkof Am. Fori. 1
Am. Fork Has a Great Future I
Anierican Fork has thu greatest future of any town H
in tho state, of like conditions, and somo of tho best land B
for diversified fanning, with a climate and surround. "
hitfs that are uncqunlod. Ww
When you have a few hours olMeisure lime call 53-j V
and tour auto will bo ut your service to show you some H
of the choicest lots, city homes, anil cultivated farms that I
can be had in the valley. H
We huve a lar?e variety to choose from and at terras B'r'
that will suit. 'B!f7
Call at the office and talk it over with us. nt
Am. Fork Real Estate Exchange fc
F. L. IHCKMAN, Uv. Wm,
Successors of Clark and Hickiuan Htm
"To bellovo lu my proposition, heart
nud soul; to curry an air of optimism
in tho prcsonco of those I meet; to
ispoll lll-tcmpor with cheerfulness;
kill doubt with u strong conviction
Mid rcduco nctlvo friction with un
"To make a study of, my buslnoss;
to know my profession In every dc
tall; to mix brains vvitlt my efforts
and uso system nud method In my
work; to llntl tlmo to do overy need
ful thing by never letting tlmo find
,.e doing nothing; to hoard dnys ns
miser hoards dollars; to tnnko overy
i ;u In lug mo dividends, increased
knowledge or healthful recreation.
"To keop my fortuno unmortgaged i
with debts; to savo ns-well as cam; '
o cut oft my expensive amusements
jut II I can afford them; to steer elenr
of dissipation, nud to guard my health
and body and peace or mind as a most
leclous stock in trade.
"Finally, to take a good grip on tho
Joys of life, to piny tho gumo like u
.inn; tu fight nguluat nothing so hnrd
,is against my own weakness, und
udcavor to grow in strength a gcntlo
;mii n Christian.
"So I may bo courteous to men;
faithful to friends, true to my Ood;
a fragrnnco In the pnth I trod."
The Old Reliable Storo of
Wholesale & Retail Denier in
Pianos, Organs and Musical
Goods of All Kinds
' Chin aware, Glassware,
AMERICAN FORK. UTAH
-rrr -- HCht
t'hotie r.'-I Orders SullclM Hprn
TIIK HKST IS ALWAYS UIK !;
CUKAPKST . Hpj
o'or House, automobile and Carriage H0f
tulntlng, Paper Hanging, Hecoratlut I ski
Jralnlng and Sign Writing Call on H-E
AXEL BLOOMQUIST Isoi
THI3 PAINTKIt Ho
Shop on Mnlu Street tho
Flrst-Cluss Work (JuiirunU'iil, Scl
AMEIUCA.N FOHK UTAH 0ra
MARTIN M. LARSON sol
ilOLBKOOK III.UCK', PKOYO, t'TAII ,g..
CLARENCE M. BECK 'n,nl
Practices in any court '"
riilpninn Hunk lliilldlng, Knuni I ;her
AMKKIUA.N KOIth. PIAII. ebrt
American Fork Livery and
Transfer Stable I
PINE HOnSES COMFORTAISLE
VEHICLES A IJEAUTIFUl.
i ComiiimlloiiM llnck .Meets All Trulm the
i.. . NIELSEN. Prop. :ot
J. TRACEY WOOTTON nd
Aftornej at Law. clt
Assoclntcd vvltli Clustln, Gollctte i itt
llrayton, 1301-7 Walker Hank Hull, rtto
Salt Lnko City. rie
Office Chipman Bank Bide. the
AMERICAN FORK, - UTAH it f
Dr.R.K. Knighton SI
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IMione No. ;tW t On
AMERICAN FORK. UTAH :'
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Tlilb preparation is a postlvo aid to weak stomnchs In dlgcstlns M 0I
roods, it also utlmulntcs tho nppetlto, nnd through the strongth thus ".
gullied builds up a healthy, vigorous condltlou or tho stomach and w,tf
tho gcnornl condition. . tied
This splendid remedy has our postlvo guarantee, as well as the B"""!
guarantee or tho Ameiicnn Drug and Press Association. It will do ,M"'
wimt Is claimed Tor It. Prlco $1.00. For Salo Ily H ,uBil
F. M. Brown M
ExcIiibIvo Mcrltol Agency. IBchalr
American Fork, .... Utah IBpouh
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