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U IJ3IH DANNER SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 10H L , , , ,. I
I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS
B Miss I 'en r I (Inint spent Tuesday In
B Plensnnt drove visiting friends.
B Wo nro thankful (hut wo live In tho
B host town In llio state American
B Mrs. .1. E. Iiik'TsoII mid daughter
MB Mellsln, were In Salt Luke Wedncs-
BB Kuy Elslinoro of Salt Lake, Hjnt
H (lie latter jiiirt (if tlio week with rela-
U9JH Lenny Wilds Ih homo from n thruo
BB week's stay In American Fork enn-
H Mrs. Emma Chnse Ih homo from n
B three weeks' visit In Bait I.ako and
Mm Mr llyrant SI rliilmm of Storm,
BB spent the week end at the homo of
BB .lames Chlptnati, Jr.
H Ml-i Mary Hlackhurst tuft Wednes-
H day cor a few day'H vIhII with her
jH luliil CH III Salt Lake.
HI Ml on Chlinnan of Proo, spout the
BB wee), end with his parents, Mr. and
BB MrH. John W. Chlinnan.
BBj Miss Florence Chlpman spent
HB Thundiiy and Friday In Bait Lake
HH visiting relatlveH
BB Hnrtlo Parker of Provo, spent
BB Thursday hero with IiIh parents, Mr.
BB and Mm. L. I'arker.
H Howo Chlpman and I.enn Hnrriug-
BB ton Hpent Monday in Cedar Fort, hunt-
BB Ink rabbits.
BB Aleno and Melha Hollo of Bait l.nke,
BB were the guests of Mr, and MrH. T.
HB M. Drown Bituday.
BBj MIhh Mary Tnlmngo of Bait Lake,
BB spent tho first or the week here, guest
BB at tho homo of II. E. lloolh.
BB Bpencur Gammell of Sprlngvllle,
B Hpent Saturday anil Sunday hero with
Bh his wife and babe.
Bh MrH. llyrant Strlngham of Storrs,
BJl Hpent the week with her parents, Mr.
BB and Mrs. James Chlpman.
BB MIbs Adelo Peters of I'rovo, spent
B Saturday horo visiting with Mrs.
BB Elizabeth Peters.
BJ MIrr Ida Smith of I'rovo, spent the
end of the week with her parents, Mr.
M and Mrs. W. U. Smith.
BB Mrs. DeorKO Cunningham and grand
BB daughter Hpout ThonkBglvliiB week
BB with her daughters In Salt Lake.
BB Mrs. E. Heebo of I'rovo, spent the
BB latter part of tho week horo visiting
BB her mother, Mrs. Ellen Ilarratt.
BB Mrs. 1'. Long and daughter, I.eona,
BB of I.ehl, wore gucstB of Mrs. Long's
BB daughter, Mrs. T. B. Hrondbent.
B9 Miss Orlean Lemon and MIhh Julln
BBj Ilrown of I'rovo, spent Wednesday
HI here, guests of Mrs. J. E. Ingcrsoll.
!B Mr. and Mrs. James Grant or Bait
w Lake, spent the week In American
itBI Fork and Alpine, visiting relatives,
B Miss Myrnl Casslty of I'rovo, was
BHj tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Roy Ho-
Bl ley, Thursday and Friday.
BH Mrs' John HendrlckBon of Salt
IjBJI Laky, spent the week with her par
IB eufs, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Grant.
H ' jir nm yra j xt Wagstnff and
BH daughter, Ida, spout the latter putt of
3h tho week with Salt Luke friends.
I Mrs. Ellen Hofhclus of Qunulsou,
Hpent the forepart of tho week with
her daughter, Mrs. Enrl Holmstead
Mrs. Martha Chlpman and boii,
Lynn, spent tho week In Herrlmau,
Utah, vlHlttng her daughter, Mrs. Win
Mrs. Hoyal Murdock and children
of Provo, spent tho forepart of the
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
S. !.. Chlpman.
Mrs. C. It. Wardsworth left for her
homo In Salt Lako City Saturday, af
ter spending two months at tho home
of Parley Hansen.
Never was a more delightful fall
than the present one, hut a good snow
storm would help hunluess, and save
While your homo paper Is boost
lug your town and things of Interest
In It, why not boost your little paper
once In awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge B. Hemphill
of Salt Luke, formerly of this city,
iil'A tho proud parents of a baby boy,
Mr. and Mrs. George Leo returned
to their home In Ogden Saturday, af
ter spending ten days hero with rein
Mrs. J. W. Ovnrd, who hns been In
Ogden tho past three months under
tho ' ctor's core, Is home and Is feel
iiiK much Improved,
T L. Coddli.Rton leaves today for
'x week's stay with his sheep herd.
Mrs. A. Lambert and daughter, Bvn,
of Salt Lake, spent the weok with Mr.
and Mrs. Mark Uezznnt.
Miss Lavetta"c7oTnpton has boo"
visiting frlonds and relatives in Salt
Lake City for the pnat two ww"-
Miss Ilattlc Walker of Provo, spent
tho latter part of the week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Chlpman of
Farmlngton, spent Thanksgiving with
their relatives In American Fork.
Mrs. Maud McCarty and Mrs. It.
Chamberlain of Salt Lake, spent the
latter part of the week at the home
of Mrs. i. H. Holey.
Mr. and Mrs. Jnek ltosoll and Mr
and Mrs. Win. iVanoom or Salt Lake,
were the guests of Mrs. E. H. Holey
the latter part of the week.
Mr. Mario Howley motored down
from Salt Lake City last Monday, to
spend Thanksgiving week with his
sister, Mrs. Frank Hanson.
Mr. and Mrs. W. !). Myers of Burekn
aro In town spending a few days with
Mrs. Myer's sister, Mrs. George Sum
mervllle. Mrs. Alvene Okey of Bureka, re
turned home Sunday, after a ten day's
visit with her brother, Mr. T. L. Cod
dlugton. Mr. James Adaiuson of Shelley, Ida
ho, has been In tho city for the past
week visiting with IiIb mother, Mrs
A party consisting of twelve boys,
ranging In age from 13 to II years,
surprised Franklin Hanson Monday
evening with an oyster supper, after
which they spout the evening play
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Osborne enter
tained at dinner Thanksgiving In hon
or of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Nielsen, the
other members present were: Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. H. Pendleton, Mrs. F. L. Da
vis and Miss Margrct Osborne or Salt
Crltlzc, then organize.
H the town Is stalled, get out and
Tho way to hnvo neighbors is to
Ho an example to tho town, not n
Got together, and wo will all get a
(Jlvo your Job and town your best
An automobile needs a starter; so
does a town.
This Isn't your town or my town:
It Is our town.
Flro a man with ambition instead
or a, cussing.
U tho town ueedR anything, It needs
Laud that Is dirt cheap may not
bo cheap dirt.
Ho n live or. 3 and this town will
never bo a dead one.
'Good roads not only lead to town
but to business.
Speak well or your town, and think
well cr jourself.
A drink on tho houcu never puts a
shingle on yours,
You can't knock your town without
"Push" Is a good motto for u
front t'cor or for u town.
Why should a town muzzle the
dogs and net tho knockers?
Put n now i oof on tho Iioiibo nnd
let the crops havo tho rain.
Invest your uior.oy like yen pasture
your horse near at home.
You have to fatten a atcor, and
you have to boost a community.
Ho like a ball player. Tho thing he
Is always working for Ib home.
A horse Is entitled to a good roor
over Its head as much as you are.
The only man who over gets waked
up In come towns la the druggist.
lie one of tho loaders of tho town,
ir you can; but anyway, keep up.
A town Is like a perambulator; It
isn't much use unless it Is pushed
Let's not be trying to stop some
thing all the time; let's start tomc
thlug. Put on a good rront; and that
means a new porch Just as much as
a new vest.
Don't bo a grouch; over) body In
this town wiahot you well even the
What some homes In this town
need Isn't new tango steps, but new
A ear can't run without gasoline;
a commercial olub can't run without
U you would like to see poac,
innk thoso Iiouho repair tlut mti
The ma. ,u v ,, , ,, ,)ln
to turn up Is always getting turned
ir you want to get on the right
side or your wire, put some new sid
ing on the house.
Don't look for eoft snaps; tho linrd
snaps are the ones that havo tho giu
gor In them.
TIIK XKM (U.MK LAW
Hook agents and magazine collect
ors and solicitors may bo killed from
October 1 to September 1, Spring
Poets from March 1 to Juno 1, 8cnndnl
mongers from April 2 to February 1,
Umbrella borrowers from August 1 to
November 1, and from February 1 to
May I, while every man who ncccpts
a paper for a whole year nnd refuses
to pay for It when the bill Is present
ed, may be killed on sight without
reserve or rellr! from valuntlon or
appraisement laws, and burled face
down without benefit to clergy. Bx-chaugc.
Bvcry farmer who owns his farm
ought to have printed stationery with
his name, the name of his post of
llce. property given, Tho printed
bonding might also give tho names
ot whatever cropn he specializes in,
or his specialties In stock. Neatly
printed stationery gives you n per
sonality and a standing with any per
son or firm to whom you write and In
sures tho proper reading of your
name and address. If you wish to
write to your congressman or mem
ber of the legislature, or ir you have
a request to make or your county
superintendent or schools, or ir you
wish Information rrom any business
house, In any case your letter will
have Increased weight and receive
more nnd quicker attention ir you
use printed stationery. Got tho habit
Come to the Alplno Pub. Co. olllce
nud have us print you nuO sheets of
good paper with envelopes to match
It will bo one ot the best Investments
you ever made.
.11 V .WTO, 'TIS OF TIIKE
(Swiped and Revised)
My nuto, 'tis or thee,
Short cut to poverty
Or thee I chant;
I blew a pile of dough
On you two years ago,
Now you rofusu to go
Or won't or enn't.
Through town and countrysldo
You wcro my Joy and prldo v
1 felt quite gay;
t loved thy gaudy hue,
Thy nice white tires, so now,
Hut now you're sick for true,
In ovcry way.
To thee, old rattle box,
Came many bumps and knocks;
For theo I grelvc.
Hadly thy top Is torn,
Thy seatB are frayed and worn,
Quinsy lias got thy horn,
1 do believe.
Thy perfume swells tho breeze
While good folks choku and wheczo
As wo pass by.
I paid for thee a price,
Twould build a mansion twice,
Now everybody's yelling "Ice!"
1 wonder why?
Shy motor has thu yrlp,
Thy spark plug has the pip,
And woe Is thine.
I, too, have sulTcrciJ chills,
Ague and kindred ills,
Trying to pay my bills
Since you were mlno.
Gone U my hank roll now,
No more 'twould choke the cow.
As once before.
Yet, ir I had thd yen,
So help mo, John, anion!
I'd buy a ear again
And speed Hoine more.
-Merltol White Liniment U u
splendid appllcatl6u fur sore throat.
Cold on he Lungs, Croup and Pains
In the Chest. Saturato n piece or
lanuel cloth with the Liniment and
"e as a plaster. It Is very pen
etrating, and effective. Prices "5c
30c ami Jioo F. M Hrovw, A.n"er"
lcn rfc. I'tnh . Inclusive Agents
American Fork BUSINSDm
A Directory of Reliable Firms who Are I
Worthy.of Your Patronage. I
hwi' ,w1' """ BB
0V TIIAMS(IIVIX(J IS
ovnit vor will in;
I'lnd Them Al
CLARENCE M. BECK
I'nicticos in any court
Chlpiiiau Hunk llulldliig, Kooni I
a.mi:rica roitii. itaii.
AM. FORK BAKERY
I'resli Hreml mid Pastry
Hi cry Day
I'lniiie :2l-lt American Fork
We may not te the nearest DRUG
GIST to you, but we will try to
come tho nearest to pleasing you
V. .11. HHOWN, l'liuriiuiiM
American Folk, Utah
ASsi:ss.Mi:.vr xorii'i; .so. ,-,
The M( holes 'Untie CoiiMilldatcd
.MJilug Compan), Principal Place
of lluslness American Fork, lliih.
Notlco is hereby given Hint ot a
meeting or the directors or the above
named company, held on the 20th day
or November, 1911, assessment No. 5
or COe per 1000 share was levied on
tho capital stock or the corporation,
payablo Immediately to P. M. Kelly,
secretary, at his office, American Fork,
Utah. Any stock on which this as
sessment remains unpaid on Decem
ber. 30th, 10M, will bo delinquent nnd
advertised tor sale at public auction
nnd unless payment Is made boioro
will bo sold on Saturday, January 1C,
191G, at .1 o'clock p. in. at the olllce
or tho secretary at American Fork, to
pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with the cost or advertising
and oxj, oiiso or sale.
P. M. KBLLY, Secretary.
First pub Nov. 2S, last pub. Dec. lit.
Wa Print llutler Wrappers. tf
An Old Recipe
To Darken Hair
Siige Tea mid Sulphur Tunis (.'raj.
Faded Hair Hurl; mid Glosst.
Almost everyone knows that Sage
Tea and Sulphur, properly com
pounded, brliiKs back tho natural
color and lustre to the hair when f;ul
ed, streaked or grey; also ends dund
rurr, Itching scalp and stopi rulling
hair. Years ago the only way to got
this mlxtuie was t& make It at home,
which Is musny ami troublesome.
Nowadays we simply unit at any
drug store for "Wyptir Sage and
Sulphur Compound." You will get
a largo bottle for about fin eentu.
Ktoryhody uses tl.ls old, famous re
cipe, because no one can possibly tell
that you darkened your hair, as it
does It so naturally and evenly. You
dampen a sponge or sort brush with
It and draw this through your lmlr,
taking one small Htruml ut u time;
by inoinliiK the jjray hair disappear),
and after another application or two,
your hair becomos bCRtittrully dark,
thick and glossy and you look yonrB
We Print llulter Wrappers
The Cutler Hotel
A ""st'oF ;2:,:,IT" B I -I' '.'". AND COM
S1 ' ; "Iim'l0Ns miirciai, tiiviii: v
"" r r r it mi n m i M
A Commodious Sample Room In
THE CUTLER HOTEL
MUVSntl:i:i' A3.CUICAN CORK
J. TRACEY WOOTTON
Attorney nt I.nw.
Associated with GubUii, Gollctto &
Hrnyton, 1301-7 Wnlkcr Dank Dldg.,
Salt Lako City.
Office Chipman Bank Bldff.
AMBR1CAN FORK, - UTAH
Sunln t'lnus llcpot
Xmas All llio Year.
Don't buy Pianos till you sec
ours High Grade ?C00.00
Piano for $200.00, $800.00
Player I'lnno for $200.00.
THE LOGIE HOUSE
A Fninlly Hotel
.Merchant Street American Fork
Next door to Hank of Am. Fork.
.1. L. Dunkley, l'rop.
Luxury Shop Collections', Fruits,
Hot mid Cold Drinks, Ico Cream,
Hot Pies, Tnmalcs, Chill, Fresh
Uread and Cnkes.
Quality and Cleanliness Is Joo's aim.
Agency for Edison Mazda Lamps.
it I'uncli stand BM
,. ot Pics and Coffee I
Home InsuraiiXI M
llio Homo of Sure i... B"hf
W. 1,111 o K?oi'!8 "
Utah Count, Agent! '
Phone 1200 10sV,t JL, lthl9
Axel DIoomqulBt 1-2, R T. DIoolS'
Tho Quality inllt S(ore M,,,;
HLOOMQUIST IlIlOTlICBs W
Paints of All Kind,, oU an,i v. , M.
TKLKl'IIONi; oMv' :
Wo 1'ul I Wlmlou l'anc, Ijj1
American Fork Livery maW"
Transfer Stable 1'
FINE HOnSKS-COXIFORTABtP B ,
VKHICLKS-A UKAUTRTL18 MPl
HEARSE U BlN"'
CuiiiuioiIIoum Hnck .Metis All Tnllni
L. W. NIELSEN. Prop. Bfte
UHANT ELLCT1HC COMPlsr I"m
Let Us Do It If If, Mii
l'HOXi; 65.W l.tj
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Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 E
This Is the powerful combination we oiler you. B'
Cfrnnrrth 0ur 8tronelil Ues lu our nmi,1c capital, our B'r0!
OllullH.111 ,arB reserve, and In the staunch Integrity fl
of our OhTcers and Directors. BiOK
Qn- In point of service, we extend every facility B
dllll ud convenience required In the transaction B
of modern business. B-P'
Qoruinn A'cw 1)cl,09l,or8 nntl olJ n"k weehc cterj Btetl
OulVlbu Consideration. Btts'
Bank of Am. Fork IS
"THE OLD RELIABLE" BJi
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DELINQUENT NOTICE wSt
Alplno Irrigation Company, Principal place of business, Alplno Utah. BMm
NOTICE There are delinquent upon the following described stock, oo I Al
account of an asscssuiont levied by tho Hoard of Directors September :t,HchU
l&M, tho several amounts set opposite tho names of the respective bireBsut'
holders as follows: ful
John Franklin Henley. Certificate No. 20D, Primnry 2V Ml
Mluno Whitby Ccrtlllcnto No. 307, Primnry 3 " . .: IKBeRI
Ira Rudy, Ccrtlflcato No. 3'J4, Primnry 1, Sccondnry 5 iB
Uyrum Lungreen, Cortlllcnto No. -100 Primnry 1.., -
John V. Hrown, Cortlllcnto No. 351, Primary 2 ilB 1
Hon Hates, Certificate No. 428, Primary 2 ' ,, .SmUk
Hon Hates, Certificate No. 114, Primary 8. .-... . .. JtBne
Hert Hates, Certlllcnto No. 424, Primary 0 . Ill B. Vor
Alpine City, Ccrtlllcnto No 0, Secondary 15 '....'. mMkh
Alplno City, Ccrtlllcnto No. 347, Prlmury Gu JliiBjroi
Joseph II. Heck, Certlllcnto No. yi, Seiwudnry 7 1-lBa i
Joseph II. Heck, Certificate No. 3'J, Primary 2 L"Bill
Joseph II. Heck, Certlllcnto No. 107, Primary 10, Secondary 7 lwBirw
R. E. Hooth, Certificate No. 40, Primary 10, Secondary 2(i HSiBquai
James Hrown, Certificate No. 25, Primary 2 lUBlag
James Hrown, Certificate No, 78, Secondary '.".".'.'.'!!!!!.' . ... WBim
James Hrown, Cortlllcnto No. 70, Primary 12'. St'hM
E. J. NubIi, Certificate No. 135, Secondary 1. .."..!.! liB1""!
E. J. Nash, Certlllcnto No 170. Secondary 7 liB
Louis IWrson, Cortlllcnto No. 4U, Primary 2, Secondary K. B,1'1
L. L. Clark, Certificate No. 2t)ii, Primary 13 Mm"
L. L. Claik, Certlfienle No. 87, Primary 2,'seeoi.dary 3' l1!!
Joseph llealey, Ceitltlente No. 21(1, Primary 1'.. .. "
Joseidi llealey, Ceitllloato No. 310, Primnry 5 " Bn1
Immc Henley. Certlllcnto No. 23!l, Primary 2 "M
Isaac llealey. Ceitlfieiito No. 213, Primary 3 . .. lMm
D. J. IliimiiHt, Certificate No. lt!3, Primary!!.'!"!!!!.... . B
Win. J. llnniuett, Coitlflcalo No. 258, Primary l "B
Elizabeth lliitchlngson, Certlllcutu No. 277, Primary 55;!,BLT
Win. li. Hukur, Certlllcnto No, 287, Primary iy. . !4B
Honjamin Fullmer, Cortlllcato No. 274, Primnry 'a BIT
School District, Certificate No. 02, Secondary
Anil in uecordanco with law and by order of the Hoard of L,,rect, B A
made on tho 28th day of September, 11)14, so many shnres of each parcc "Tl
,7 "8 may " "pessary will bo sold nt thu olllce of the tompnny, W""mn
Utah, nt 2 o'clock p. m., December 20, 1014, to pay tho delinquent iwWMi
thereon, together with tho cost or udvortlBlug uud oxpouso or sale
, , F. O. McDANIJCL, Secretary
Hist Publlcutlon November 28, 1911, Bj
Ely's Cream Balm Opens Clogged I
Nostrils and Head-Catarrh Gotff
InMnnlb Cle.irh Air Pssi,Kes; You
II all,.. Preel, ,,, "mV,.,,,,"
a.sv.,,,,r.,:,.,,"l',, ,""' '"
Try "Ely's creaiu Hal,,." ,
" a small botllo nnywny, Just ft.
H I -Apply ltl ,, tlio li6utrllHt
"ppeil-up ;,,. ,mB8Koa f , , .
nuiiiiiig. i, catarrh. coliMii-immi
''';"i''n,'l ''' throat w IbogoVo
'ml such misery now! dot t .
-mall bottle or "Ely's Cream Hal "
;' uny drug ,loro T1 m
, -urnia bain, dissolves by the heut'
or tho nostrils; penetrates ""B i
tho liirianied, swolhu m' jm
which lluoa tho nos". lf0 ,; ..
throat; cloara the air lm891,g'. jM
.nasty dlschiirgiJ tand (ylij,
Vle-iil:i, Boolhlug rf'lcl
lliiuiedlutuly. , ,,, .iruHB ,
Don't Iny awake loiilg H T V
llir hreutli, with heml 8,1."lyjWLB '
1'iils closed, hiiwklnB j':1" taMM '
l.turrh or u cold. wHli .'UB '
ikuo, foul mucous dioii'iB tr,!tl.
throat, and raw drymss H
but truly noedless, o'lUB
Put your faith Just ,jA
"i:iy'a Cream Halm" f l 'Tf i
eaturrh will surely dUiiPP1- HUl,