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5 'L:z i... 1.EI11 MANNER SATURDAY, JULY 26, i9l4
PleasanJove Department 1
Ineer Day to Be
n ,hre0. difltrlrls of Pleasant
H'- Ilndon and Manila, ,ho I'lonocrs
H',7 Vll be honored with B,ong8,
'H,!lnE and orntlom. Thoro mo n
kr residing hero or Uiobo who
1 to the valleys In IS 17, mid they
.B bo special honored gueirta or the
"our Inst I"111' " n',ltcd tho
Brooon program, which wan to ho
Bni I" tho prove Following Ih tho
Btram for forenoon iitul nrternoon:
B Forenoon Program.
""" B'hnrus by tho Sunday Schools,
" BdlRCtion of P a. Humphries.
clw H rarer by Chaplain 8. I.. Swciibcii.
K H election by hiind.
. Primary exercises, under direction
rlagc Hcf l-aura Walker.
ll'"t Sketch of life of Urlslwm touiiK
l on -Boeslc Newman.
Selection by band.
oration D. 11 Koblson, onitor or
Selection by band.
Till Oratlon-Homcr Minion.
Brass qunrtcttc Ncllflon, Hiuilny
' Roblson and l.uml.
I Solo Lcoim West
Tin whistle selection Nut Plorco.
iter of Ceremonies.. Jos. II. Admits
,., Pleasant Grovo Hand
Till ,"" Sunday Schools
"'. Bishop Jas. II Walker
l(jCC II. Morck & Co.
mlnlsccnccs on Karly PibncorB. . .
V V. II. Adains
uti and Sentiments. . . .F. C. HnnkB
, oilng Backwnrda N'lcls Fugnl
1 tpole Dance.. Direction Mrs. Cooper
ii I ire will be sports at all thrco
ebratlons and a baseball game at
- ntral Park.
and Cily Council Meeting
'' rho regular semi-monthly mooting
rulni tie City Council wns In aos3lou on
oth Inst., wllh the mayor and all
mbera l:i attendance, excepting
N ancllman Thome, who wnB out of
tte i ilrc Chief Kemp submllttod IiIb rn
Hldr, rt for the quarter ending Juno 30th.
rie following lists woro handed In
dff. the lltthoprlzs of tho thrco I'lcn
JTAH it CroTe wards us committees on
'Clean To n (.cutest and wcro np-
Hnted by Mayor ilnrvoy and conllrm--rkillbr
the City Council.
.Ull,LVard-F C HankB. C. II. Harp
1 W. II. Mnrrott, N. T. Fonloii. A.
Chlpman, Mark Hezznnt, KlltiH
JTAII mm' W' " A,'aniB, "David Thorne,
. H. AhmltBtead. O. K, Oscarscn, J.
Hillldav, Sr, C A. Umnmctt and
M 111. Smith.
.UWard L, W l.uml, J. II. Nmv
M Reuben WCeks, F. S. IIumphrlcB,
'i Oray, Fred Fonts:, HonJ. Ulake.
A. Nelson, W C Baxter, J. 11 Ilnrd
V and N. A Swciihoii.
JrlWard J II Welkor. J. C. Nel.
, F W. Newman, S. 1). Itndmnl,
tr Christiansen, II S. Weeks, Fred
ocll, J, S.TIoidawny, J-uaea Adam
Si and I, K, Carlson
Tho Major also appointed Cotiucll
' K. U. Olpln, J Ii. Thor:io and
,0 BJ Wfntphal of the respective
t, B1'. ' spech I hfcoet eoinnilttee
wrtedurhiK tin elian trp period,
appointments being confirmed b
o p the council
communication rront JnmcB M.
jruant, secretary or tho Utah Uo
iopment J-e.-iRuo, relative to tho eon
fi. a ri'.-il rial referred to Chu'lr-
,K ava uipin 0f (l(, (,prcu Btrect coui-
,d mUS'l lVork8 I'lndnnnii Westphnl
.!?,. cn account or tho uutiHunl
10 E , ,of a,or '" 'tl Ocek tlil
lo ";" '' Irrl-'iillon pipe Hue la not
MUffieloiit rap.icliy to convey hiiiiip.
i. aldl,1K '"nlly puielumed hy
m ety, krowu IIR n, ,i H(.I(W,
f' ""a formally christened anil
'the iihiiio City ouico litiinB.
m2 ";'." of (Mly l'IKTly (Ireenr
BK ,,,nl '" bulldlni; rTorrwl lo
Bd a, ?, ftmu ""' nccesaary repnlrK
Wn bin" .(I,'(',r'1' "K"1 "ll,pr "
irdv L "Hll,pv. rcpreHontl'u; the
tSj0100'" of "IP thrcn wnnlH
9 m bni n?r"? "PProprliitloH or sr
Bio. ih " fm" ,,i,)1,"t'r u,,y- "
Katei M"J,,r f"' tll(' PrpoBr
BifJi!!;.,m,r',,lal W,,H Inntrueted Ir
tZ r" ,"ma,,H "' l'A'W B,
unroorloK on Sunday.
I ii:i,fi:iis.n immim
llMhli'V'0,1 ,,,"l,h ",,w '" ' "''
I, ' .Aprlcola urn Imgln-
Bdfortw0' ' - w,,t " l''ll
B' tochM h!,,,i,.im,,h,Rnn" ""', mw
Bfthesm,.! ,1,,,ln,,,,i' nnd 1 eon.
Blf"Hhe?nuniOI,CH,,,X('""1 '" wl
tly "l41l"pheen conlnicted pn
r ptK-,1 ,' ,, '"fKer onoB are lieluj
J B OMnJ"; rn.,U """-kulH ml Ih?
Cr " " '" H'' enunnrloH,
"' '"".mi: ccoNonirs .ss.
4teanni't,riI,V',iK,M.Ml"Hl7-,,d iintllmifo ol
MY I 111 "" m,'m,,,K " ""
Bheni Mr.M,w,d h MiHHUnitrltdi
work' r .'. r Il,n ,,"n' "x,m'
l,f MlL m "", AKrU-iiltiirii
"thavaliin r . ,u'y,,(,H '"Hi w"
B"ni I, '. 'lul, w,,r '" ;n
B1' re iu !uf "'. nnd will uudouht
), ec(n t!;,,';1' mlu,,l lim-roal Ii
B'"ia lo-. ' "", Wo,", PliiB don.
B"1"!. Ill ill J,""' ''"''"nlCH AhHO
JVI, Vai u. ,I0H0 "ilHpleeH the lee
M a" -' Minn Amy Coonn
Kiivn several piano selections.
' "owliiB IB the proKram !, K.
Home UouomlcB nicetliig ne.xt Tin b
day evening: ",l8
liiBtniiiiwitiiJ imiHic Amy Cooper
Story, Hound Table Talk, srthject or
IIbcubb on, -Moro Klllelenl Kltehena '
on inj-iill Earnest
An i:ecallte CommltUe of Three
H'Hh An Addlllonal ComttiIc- f
'I'hlrlj, Tin From l.'aih Ward, on
PiiMiIng Ihe .Uotcmenl.
The clean-up campaign la now on In
mil earnest. I'leasaul (Irovo Iiiih olll
olally taken up the work ami thirty
three leading citizens are members or
the committee that will direct tho
cleaning up la eery part or tne city.
Under tho city council proceedings
will ho round tho names or tio gen
eral committee, ten rroin each or the
Mr. C. F. Ilnnka heads Ihe eoin
nilttee Hi the First Ward district; Mr.
U W. I.iiiiil in r second Ward
!,,l8l,n.V,,, ,,H,V! Mr-..c- K Wostphiil In
tho Third Ward district. U. D. Olpln.
JamcB K. Thorno mid Dr. C. F West
I'hal, who constitute the ntreet com
mittee, were appointed hy Mayor Har
vey and tho city council to act as tho
executive commltteo, thus making It
a city and 011120118 movement. Tho
committees liavo met in their several
districts and perfected organizations.
Captains over hloeks have heen ap
pointed, each captain Inning about
three hloeks to look alter Arrange
incuts will ho made to create a cood-
nalurcd rivalry hetween the several
districts, mid rrom now on the cam
paign will l)e kept hot till the town
Is iib clean as ir it had heen given a
Pleasant Grove Building
in Eastern Magazine
Principal Jamea II. Walker haa re
ceived a letter rrom one or the leading
educational magazines or America,
asking for a cut or one or our school
huildliigs for publication. This Is Just
tho kind or advertising Dial a town
likes, so the cut will ho promptly for
warded today. A copy ot the letter
Mr. James 11. Walker,
Pleasant drove, Utah.
Dear Sir: Miss Kdltli A. I.alhrop,
rural school Inspector lor Nehraska,
has written a very Interesting report
or the investigations in t'tuli (lining
December, 1013. Tho report has Just
heen completed, and we will hring It
out prohahly In our August Issue. Miss
l.athrop makes mention In particular
or your attractive school ImlldlugB,
and we would like to hae a halt-lone
or this to ubc as an illustration. You
doubtless have one tliat you could loan
iib lor (IiIh purpose, and your doing so
would he much appreciated. You may
not Im familiar witli our magazine,
anil bo do not know Just what it looks
like. Wo are sending you a copy ot
tho paper and hope that we may hear
lavoralily from you with regard lo our
reiiueat tor Ihe cut
Tho Midd'e West School Hon lew,
William A. Parker
Stake Conference Sunday
Sunday will ho quarterly conreicncc
or tho Alplno Btakc. It will ho held
la tho groo In tlilu city. Thoro will
no inreo sessions, morning, afternoon
nun owning, tho evening session proh
ahly being held in Iho Taheriuicle.
Among Ihe visitors lioin Salt Lake City
ivlil Im Apostle Holier J. Grant and
President Joseph W. McMunln of the
bovcii piesidcntH ot uoveutlcB.
Mecause ol' the liuay tieasou or lie
year llicr will lie hut 0110 day ot the
conference, it Is expected that there
.ill he 11 big crowd in atteudaiiie, so
II will tax the capacity ol' the local
people lo entertain them.
rmrr ciiunri:iis to pav fi.r.uo.
Word was iccelvcd this week thai
tho fruit growers who shipped theli
Irhit oaBt two years ago and did iioi
loallzo enough Iroin it to pay In
Height, will now have lo make up the
difference. There a a ilcllcleney ol
over $1,501), and the railroad conipaii)
Hayii Hint it will have lo lie paid. I hen
11 ro about twenly-llvo Pleasant Grow
Hhlppers Interested, some ol them loi
, im.uiila runuliig up into the hundredi.
IM)IA. Yi All VI"l'i:UA.NS
(it) TO PltOVO .vn.'i.M
InvllatloiiB are out aiinounehig tin
Iweuly-lliHl annual eampllre ''";
Indian War Veterans, which win be
hold In Provo iluilng Ih", ,,,'
August 1-7. It will be held on Ih
Taheriuicle block and nroMiriai !" ni
being mado lo show the old llghleis a
royal time. Following In llm cniiiinlt
leo liavlng the matter I" d",rfl'i;ilin
J. A. Johnson, Prnvoi A. U Hi no .
Sprlngvllle; K II K. Ferguson. Spa 1
Isl, Fork; J. (5 Searlos, IMysou; lob
ert tt.libley, Pleasant lroe. I V
Cr.inwood, Auieilean l-ork, Jan ob
Klrkhnm, l-elil; George Harrison, dele-
K,M.,"1 frl"lH or the l.laeli Hawkers
will aluo attened the reunion
Seyen Electric Gars
.Modern laleriiiliau l.lnc Now l (p.
erallon llctiuen Salt Lake
I'll) and Proto.
Iho regular Bclicdiilo or tho electric
surweo 011 the Orem road between Salt
Uke City and Pro0 coiumcnced to
day. Tho llrot car to reach Utah
county ci0 to Ainurlcan Fork hut
could get no further on the Julco from
the Granger Biibntation. Later In tho
day tho machinery In tho IJndon buu
Btutlou was put In operation and tho
lino wiib in readiness from Salt Lake
City to Provo, and 0110 or tho ci(ru
made tho dip to Provo.
The now cam are hcautlcB, both In
sldo and out. They aro alxly-two loot
u length and approximately aluo reel
1.1 .I1, rlloy ,ux' PnliUcd dark red
with gilt trliiimlngB, and aro prettily
and conveniently equipped Tho start
ing la accomplished Willi a rcmnrk
ably quick acceleration mid entlro
freedom rrom Jerks or Jara
Tho cars arc equipped with the mul
lllilew control syateni. They may bo
connected In trains with cacli car Btip
plylug its own motive power, and tho
whole train may be operated from tho
rront car. The regulation crow or n
inotorniaii, conductor and hrakcmaii
will bo used.
The try-out yesterday afternoon wiib
made without mishap and Mr. Arm
strong reports that No. 001 works per
fectly. Today mid tho next two days will
be spent n trying out the thrco othor
carB and testing I lie lines, which havo
Just been clectiilled. Tho schedule or
runs between Salt !.ako and Prov0 la
now in the hands or tho printer and It
Ib expected that It will ho put Into
operation 011 July IM.
AM. I'M. P.M. I'M. AM. AM. AM.
PJ:r.K 7: III r.M3 2:13 11:13 0:13 7:58
1 n.ri 7:.r.i) r:i!0 11:50 ll:rio 0:20 8:0G
1-12 7:57 5:27 2:57 11:57 0:27 8:12
I. eh I.
AM AM. AM. I'M. I'M. I'M. AM.
7:27 8.12 11:12 2:12 1:12 7:12 12:27
7:21 8:30 11:00 2:00 l;3li 7:00 12:21
7:17 8:30 11:00 2:00 1:30 7:00 12:1G
Tho tlmo between I .eh I and Salt
l.ako City Is one hour and thirteen
minutes; between American Fork and
Salt Lake City, 0110 hour and twenty
minutes; between Pleasant Grovo and
Salt Lake City, 0110 hour and twnnty
Boveu minutes, so by adding or de
ducting these figures tho reader can
tell when his ear will leave or arrive
In Salt l-ake City. The time between
American Fork and Provo Ib twcntji
iiie seven cars per duy each way aro
now in operation to all stations be
tveeii Salt bake City and Provo.
Early Pioneer Galled
llevoled Neman Mho Mnlkrd Across
the Plains la 1805 Dies
at Age of (!.".
Mrs Maria Mm, 0110 or Pleasant
G rove's oldest citizens, pasbod away
lnht Fildny. She was horn in Den
maik, Maicli 1. 1810. Slie liad been 11
sufferer rrom dlnbeloB for the past
nine years. Slie was one cf Hie early
settlers ot Utah, crossing the plains
In ISI15, and walking all Ihe -way from
the Missouri river lo Salt Lake City,
coining In Milan Allwood's company.
She moved to Plcanaiit Grove hi 18S2.
She was Ihe oldest in a family of
llihieen and had eleven children and
twenty grand children.
The children now living in o William
I Im of Pleasant Grove, Union Mm or
iilackroot, George Mm or American
Folk, Arthur Mm or Pleasant Grove,
Mrn. Wis!" Jacobaon ol Pleasant
Ciovo and Mrs. Loreua NoIboii of
Maiiimolli. all of whom weie at the
Services were held Monday In the
PleiiBiint Grove Tahern.icle Hihhop
JaineB II. Walker presided. The other
Hpeakei-B were Joseph llllloll, AleMili
dor Mullock, Niels Fugnl and W I
Hayes, all or whom paid high Hibulc
to the sterling rharaeler and wouiniil
qmilillrB ol the deceased The open
lug piaer was by Mayor J I. I lime
,! the closing one by F H. Humph
Dcatli Calls Prominent
Magnus Nelson P.iscos Awn) Turxdnv
Afler An Illness Lasting
MaguiiH NiilHou, one of tho leading
farmers of P'easaut Grovo ami Manila,
passed away Tuesday alter suffering
Tor I lie past nine months from cancer
or ('ho htoiuaeh. Ho was horn In
Swiden, March 31, 1837. He Joined
the Mormon church In hlB native conn
try and emigrated to IT11I1 forty-three
jears ago. Soon after coming here he
marred Caroline Carlson, who pre
ceded her luuband to his reward bcvcu
years ag 8lx ,,
married to Hannah Holm
McsldesMrB .NcIroi. he la survived
bj eight ililMu i,-Mubiiiib Nclu.n of
Mniilln. Carrie K.oagl, of Salt l.ako
2 "cm" ' "rlcy. Idaho.
Mro . now .Nelson of Pr811tlt 0nil
Mra. nerllm Scrlever or Salt Lake tity.
Mr. Uara Younghuig or Manila, lle
llnda Nelson and Jonepl, NlIvoii or
1 Tho ruaoral nervlces. hkh were
hring liclil nn thlo paper in going to
press, will I,,. llloIll,Iiril , ,. t
New Depot Erected and
' Completed in a Week
.liotlern Cniaiiu.dloiis Home for Station
Purposes and Agent's Living (,.
Icrs llnricd for Sail Lake A; Plali
The lulerarban depot, which wan
only a foundation on TueBday of this
weok and which will contain six rooms,
was erected and ready tor tho llnal
lliilshlng toncliea hy llm end or tho
week. This Is ,, record ror erecting
huildliigs In this locality.
The ivnlls aro or cement columns,
Blahs and girders, which wcro poured
Into moulds In Salt l.ako City and
then shipped lo Pleasant Grovo. The
blocks are reinforced with steel, which
Is also used to fasten them together
In Iho building. Tho big blocks, some
or them weighing over onn Ion, are
lirted Into place with a big steam
crime on M traveling car, enabling It
to readily K0 to either end or the
building. The building will bo used
Tor the agent's living quarters, as well
as tor station purposes. It will ho
modern hi every respect. It will he
thirty-two reel wide and over lirty reel
in length In tho northwest corner or
the building will be tho waiting room,
18x18 tret, with doors opening both lo
the east and tho north. In tho south
west corner will be tho baggage and
express room, 11x18 rect, with double
doors opening both to tho, north and
tho west. Hetween tho waiting room
and tho baggage room will ho the
ticket oulco projecting six reel further
north than cither. On ench Bldo of Ihe
waiting, and baggage rooms will be
two porches hx feet wide.
Mack or tho waiting room and to the
bouth will be tho toilets, one for the
ladles and 0110 lor the gents; also a
prlvato toilet and hath room for the
agent's fiimlly South or the ticket
office and the baggage room will be
threo rooniB ror the agent's living
quarters. Running the entire south
end of tho building will be a wide
cement platrorm and porch ror the
purpose or unloading and receiving
A Raspberry Yara
Noel Webt blew Into town fiom
Marshfleld, Idaho, last Wednesday, lie
Is now In tho real estate business in
the great Miuadoka district. In raet,
Noel says that lie has a burlier shop,
pool hall, store and a real estate (r
llco combined, Ho can sell the buyer
a town lot, 1C0 acres ol patented laud,
an enlarged homestead or some Cary
act land, whichever lie wants. Pleas
ant Grove Is noted ror Its rnsphcr
lies, hut Mr. West says the people are
loo alow down here. In Pleasant
Grovo It requires a whole town to pick
lf.il acres or rahpborrles. In Idaho,
que man and I1I11 two sons liarvest fn
icren or them. In explanation he n;ij'b
that thu canes are bent over In Ihe
spring wiille Ihe young canes Hhoot
itralght up. The berrleB are allowed
(0 ripen and dry on the canes, which
,tre later cut with a machine and
thrashed out like wheat. The lieriien
In this way bring 15 cents per pound
nud aro used lor Havering and similar
Mr. West will speiid some time In
American Fork canyon berore lelurn
)ng lo Idaho. He will try and per
siiade nemo ot his I'tnh riicnds to re
turn with him,
.Mr. Arthur Anderson was a Salt
Ijiko visitor Saturday.
Miss Marlon Tanner was an Ameri
can Fork visitor Wednesday.
Jon. Ii. Thome Ib spending the week
al Sail l.ako on property ImihIiicmh.
Mrs. Martha Wadlny aii'd MIbb Annie
Kirk aro Provo visltorB tills week.
Tills vvenk'8 Issuo Is printed oin
ilav earlier than usual on account of
J D Wadloy and family, Mis" Mer
vene Weat and MIsb Olive Cohhley
Bpfiit Sunday In Draper visiting with
Mrs Joseph Mlckclson
MIsb Sndlo Mills wna a Salt Uke
Mr and Mib. J. C. Iliililduy wore
Lelil visitors Sunday.
Mrs. W. K. Clmk wan a Salt Lake
Tho Clean Town Content Is on, and,
It Ih hoped that a "heated argument"
MIsb Ihuelliio l.uml will spend the
21th with fiiondo In Ml. Pleaoant.
Cora Wadloy la spending ton dayn
In Salt Lake City, visiting with her
slater, Mrs. Helen Farmer.
I. W. l.uml and family went to Salt
l.ako City In their auto yesterday lo
upend Iho holldayn there.
Mrs. J. It. Hallidny Is Hpoudlng
Pioneer Day in Salt l.ako City with
her daughter. Mrs. I.uclua Miudlo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Men Miller and chil
dren of Garlleld, aro hero 011 a visit
witli Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Ilorron.
MIbbcs Merveuo West mid Ollvo
Cobhloy spent Sunday In Draper, tho
guests of Mra. Joseph MIckloBou.
Mr. Mori Smith and Mr. ICriient IIiib
inuBScn returned homo Sunday after
attending summer school at Salt Lake. !
That your friend will think II Is 11
shame. If you make a lot of money by
following the advice ho gavo you, hut
which ho was afraid to follow himself.
Pror. Howard It. Drlgga and family
or Salt Lake, aro visiting rrlends and
relatives here. They expect to stay
some weeks resting and visiting.
Irrigating Ihe BidowalkB la in order,
tho object ovidently being to produce
larger mid bettor uudorstnndlngn for
From reportB It sfccniB that "boot
legging" Is quite a favorite game Just
at this BciiBou of tho year. It Is said
that the game Ih eacy to learn and
many can piny at it.
lieanant Grovo ladiea Why not buy
a pair ot now white shoes for summer?
Wear thoni three months, then have
"Virgil' chtingo the Bhado for winter.
You can get them any bIzo at Chip
II. II. White, Utah fruit man, anj-B
that ninny .compliments aro being re
ceived from California upon the con
dition of chorrics which have been
shipped out or Utah to tho California
market. Mr White sayii that one
consumer in California makes refer
ence to tho present chorry crop in
Utah mi consisting or the heal cher
ries ever seen 011 any market In the
Tin: ti:i,i:phom: uiiii. ' ..4
' ; C?.',
. ' Xff
Willi a clamp on her head like a cage . i -WZ&
for her hair, "' W
Sho slla all tho day on 11 atlff Ilttlu '';',;
And unsworn her calls that boiiio over " .v.'
tho wire ,
From peoplo or patlcnco and pcoplo ,. ,
And "Number?" nho queries or nohlo r. V
or ohuii . ., l2)
A wonderful voice has tho telephone 'A
gill. - rf
Sho has to ho pleasant, and liUBtllng .. "$
and keen, j yfti
Willi a temper uiirullled and oven nor- . C'
no (,vj '
Thoro aro forty-llvo IhlngB sho must ..V
think or ut onco, ' ", ;
Or some rough subscriber will call ' ' '1 ' .' .
her a dunco, '-.-. '
Since it Boms a general custom to '-V
bnrl , -,,i.', ,
The hlanio for jour grouch on the ' -
tolepliono girl. .f:.
It's wearlBoiuo work on thu nerves and
tho brain, -i--,
Contlnunl hurry, continual strain, "'
And Central gets tired as otlior folkB , i
And necdu lo ho tliouglitfiilly treated 1 ' v
hy you; ' Xt "1
So, think or her doing hor best 'mid T
tho wlrl, f
And try lo bo while to tho "tolepliono C ?
girl." . i
Hereford llrand. ' . ,
11 , ; '
A CARD. , '
Tlio Bciisattoual report about Mrs. " SB r
' Duko of Mnilou, Bearing Iho operator ;f
at tho central telophono office at . . ''
Pleasant Grove, 011 Iho 12th ot July, '- . . "'
1011, Is without foundation. I havo ,ri'C
luvcBtlgated tlio niatlor and Uiobo who Lt 'fi
aio moat directly conrncd refuocd fl
lo be Interviewed. . i '
Tho report that Mrs. Duko either ' i' '
said or done anything to 'scare con- " '(. U
trnl or ciiuso any trouble thoro or ''''iff
any other place Ib mid hns been prov- -V H
en to bo absolutely raise. -" lit
And tho report that sho used any 1 .5H
lliieiilcnlng languago Ib a deliberate --ip
He. (Signed) ) I
M. M. DUKB. . v; 1
Adv. MRS. M. M. DUKR j; 3
nl ll0 1 fl
Cenle.sl Place In Hie County Clean, Jb
Comforlable Itmuus First Class ,Wfi
Serilre llllher Regular ti ' jci
Meals or Sliorl Orders j' '
Pleasant Grove, Ut. f 1
. - 'Mil
PLEASANT GROVE ROLLER MILLS I
.Manufacturers of Die I'incsl Grades of Flour. I ,S i
One of (lie right kinds ot hoost tor your homo town is (o always I nm.
inslot on having tlio big I' brand I It Sn
A. 10. COOIMiJK, Prop. I i
Plil.'ASANT (iltOVi:. 1 ; 1 UTAH ilj jg
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Coming off the Map "
Citizens of this community! M
Do you want the merchants of this ''j
town to close their stores? iHf
Do you want the trains to go whizzing f
by without even a pause? ;:
Do yon want to take this town off ;$
the map? , jj
Every time you send a dollar to the ijW
mail-order man you take a shingle off ;,'$
the roof of one of our o n stores, and it lip
is, to a large extent, ihe stores that make m
this town. I'll
Take the merchandising interests out :f
of the, town, and jou will find there will j'
not be much left iovyott in a place of empty j '
store buildings. Do yon want to live ih ' j Mm
such a burg? M
Will you not help yourselves by spend. v; m
ing your dollars at home? I iff
Think it over. ;,