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5 ' ' l.brlt UANNIgR 3ATUUv, XOVi:mUKU 2S, 1914. M
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M J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
Ul mo San I'curo haB a new agent,
M .mpb. l.cnn Shelley of Salt Lnke,
't B fiijcnt tlio week end with relatives.
o. H jr, Hiislneas Mnn Your business
i I '"' ho ,icllcr w,llr nn nd ,n t,lc 1,omo
u. K Cl)il Parker returned Sunday, af-
'' B tor spendluB two weeks In American
it B Korl ca"yo'1,
K A bitnlness block on tho Mnln Btrcet
V B Is a better monument to a man than
a stone In tho cemetery.
0. Mrs. James D. Taylor was In Provo
last .Monday visiting her daughter,
Mabel, who is taking a nurseB' course
" at the Provo General hospital.
Mrs. M. Nowmnn of Salt Lake, and
Mrs. Williams and son and daughter
of llountlful, were tho guests of Mrs.
I I'etcr Adnmson's Thanksgiving Day.
,,, The Misses Emma and Edith Shcl-
" ton and Mary Sutton of Salt Lake,
spent Saturday and Sunday with
t their garndpnrents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe
J .Mr James Condor and his son, Pet
er, from McDanlels canyon, were
i lsitors In tho city tho first of tho
,' week, remaining over Thanksgiving
! Dr J. J. Uuswell, Ophthalmic
' Specialist of Salt Lake, will bo at tho
Grant Hotol Tuesday, December 1st.
No clmrgo for testing eyes. Refer
:- ences. 28-lt
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alborl Dirk, and and
Mrs. Angus Cunningham, Mrs. Thos.
Thornton, Miss Vorlnnd Woods, Mrs.
jj T J Parker nnd Milton Pulley pleas-
3t antly surprised Mrs. J. II. Pulloy
i Thursday nftornoou, In honor of her
birthday. Thoy all enjoyed a chlck-
i en supper.
The Primary Stake Convention was
- held Saturday In American Fork. A
' meeting was held In tho morning for
the stnko officers and ono In tho nf-
ternoon for tho gonornl board. In
t. the evening a social was given, punch
and enko being tho refreshments. It
i turned out to bo a great success.
"You are certainly getting out some
good news pnpers," said a gentleman
from Salt Lako tho other dny. "I
havo boon comparing tho throo pnpors
with others In tho Btato, and no city
lias better papers and fow halt as
good" Wo would suggest that our
subscribers compnro their homo paper
with other country papers In tho
i state then "boost" or "Knock" It.
Miss Verland Woods left Tuesdny
for n week's visit In Salt Lake.
Miss Ada Stark of Salt Lake, spent
tho week with relatives.
Jack Hunter wns a Salt Lake visit
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crystal of Ida
ho, are here visiting relatives.
Mr. John Miller and daughter, Ros
alia, were In Snlt Lako Wednesday.
Mrs. S. Nowton spent the week with
friends In Provo and Price.
Miss Merle Holey spent Thanksgiv
ing Dny in SaltLako visiting friends.
"ZUDORA," In twenty weekly iu
Dtnllmonts will be at tho Orient In the
very near future. 28-lt
There's no doubt of results for the
advertisers who attend to their ads
Hko other business propositions.
Miss Jesslo Dnvlson of Suit Lake,
wis the guest of Miss Myrtlo King
Mr. and Mrs. R. Nielsen spent Sun
day In Salt Lake, guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frod M. Hnssett.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Uromloy of
Eureka, spent part or the week with
Mrs. Rosa Uromloy.
Mr. and Mrs. Enrl McTnguo left
Wednesday for a weok's visit with
relatives In Bingham. .
Mrs. Sarah Crookston spent the lat
ter part of tho week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Earl Garrett, of Salt Lake.
Tho Citizen nnnts jour job print
ing Messrs Iluslness Man, Profession
al Mnn nnd Eierr Day Citizen. 28-lt
Jay Wootton nnd Lltn Spry of Salt
Lako, spent tho week nnd with Mr.
and Mrs. John Wootton.
Mrs. Clifford E. Young returned
Monday after spending ten days with
Dell Moylo and Mario Dunn of
Provo, wcro tho guests of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wm. Burrutt tho end of tho
Mrs. Ellznboth N'ecdham and grand
daughter, Fay Lambert, of Salt Lake,
spenj tho. week u,t tho Jiome of BcnJ.
The homo paper ought always to be
singing tho praises of tho home town;
but let's tnnko It n chorus Instead of
Mrs. S. L. Chlpmnn wns In l'rqifo,
Tuesday, Wslllug with her daughters.
J. Tracey Wootton was In Suit LiiUd
Wednesday on business. . '.
Mr, W. C. Preston is homo fronUjl
month's stay at his sheep herd. K, 5
Vono Frnser of Garfield, is iftrlf
visiting with Karl Wootton. " ,,v
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pool -sijeiij
Sunday In Snlt Lake visiting frltfifuff
Mrs. Charlie Peterson of Lohl, sptnft
Tuesday hero tho guest or her slBftf,
Mrs. J. P. Crookston. j '
Ralph and Allco Dunn of I'rdvo,
wore American Fork visitors tho Inir
tor part or tho week.
Russell Whitman or Sprlngvlllo
was the guest of Miss Sndlo Chlpmnn
Thanksgiving. . -
Mr. John Condor nnd daughter, Mrs
Earl Vnrney, spent tho week end wftnj
Mrs. Parley Smoot of Provo. '
Miss Mellnda Parker spent tho lat
ter part of tho week In Snlt I.Alfc,'
visiting her slBter, Mrs. C. G. I'nfc
You havo to be n .itlzen in oAfgrt
to vote; but you havo got to do'w
good deal moro than vote In ordor (o'
bo n citizen, , L
Mr. Jacob Greenwood rotunicil
Tuesdny from n week's visit at jtiiV
Whirlwind mine, In Amorlcnn Fork
Miss Joslo Greenwood of Salt Lnke,
wus in Amorlcnn Fork tho latter part
of tho week with her parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. llenj. Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pulley were call,
ed to Suit Lako Monday afternoon on
account of Mr. Pulley's brothor, Wm.,
being very low.
Mrs. F. Jordon or Salt Lake, form
orly Mrs. McDonnld, spent tho first
or tho week with her son, Perry Bush
Mrs. Carl Anderson entertained!
Wednesday in honor ot her dnugh'tor,
Lnbell's, birthday. The artcrnoon was
spent In music and games, nnd light
refreshments woro served. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith or Salt
Luke, motored to Amorlcnn Fork Wed
nesday nnd spent the week end with
Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. nhd Mrt
Samuel Greenwood. r S
Auother great sorlul production nt
tho Orient Thcntro to commence soon,
"THE MASTER KEY," 20 reolo, ap
pearing In two part episodes .'ach
week. " 28-lt
milium Robinson spoilt part ot tho
W"l. ii Mmriiv, visiting friends.
J l. Klmmgo Hiul F. A. McCrossuu
Ini .Sunday la Hober.
Mi v. Peterann spent Wednes
d.i in l'roo on liustuost.
I'hm' Thomas of Knlrlleld, wn nn
Am'tu-tin Fork rliltor Monday.
lr s. L. Ciilpinun was in Provii
on huHinosg Tneidsy.
Mr S. H Hnssott of Doltn, spent
rthp w(,k with rulntivoa nnd Mends
Mrs H. n Hurt left tills week for
nn oMcndod stay In Richmond.
A. . MaloUB of Ilynim, Utah,
l'iit Stuiday hero visiting friends.
Minn Nina Vmice or Orem, wns the
gtie-i of Miss Merle Holey Sunday.
.1iill.ui KIiik Is liomu lifter u two
week s stny in Garfield.
Mrs. Theodoro .Miller spent the
""k in Snlt Iike visiting rolntlvos.
Miss Nelllo Huckwalter vn n Salt
Lnk visitor Saturday.
Mr and Mrs. Itddlo Soarlo of Btir
le. Idaho, ure heio vIsUIiik with Mr.
mid Mrs. Jos. Sonrle.
Wm and Ernest Carton or Falr
fkltl, siient Tuesiluy In American Fork
Miss Lillian Clnyson of Provo, spent
thi- latter part ot the week with her
ji.iroiilB, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clayson.
Miss Ethel Kelly Is home from n
two week's visit with Mrs. Hyruni
Hooper ot Provo.
Aaron Greenwood and Clnronco
Grant of Provo, spent Thanksgiving
with their parents.
Mr. Earl Hroadbout of Provo, spent
Suturdny Imrti with his aunt, Mrs
Miss Looiiu Long ot Lehi, spent the
first of tho wcok horo visiting her
sister, Mrs. T. S. Broadbont.
Mrs. J. D. Knox or Suit Luke, Is
hero visiting her mother, Mrs. Susan
Mr. L. Parker and son, Hurtle, spent
a day's outIn In Amorlcan Fork can
Wg woro thankful Thursday that
there's only n fow liuslness houses In
our fair city who docs not advertise
In tho homo paper, and not over u
couple of dozen families who do not
subscribe and pay for their home paper
Dr. P.' M, Kelly made a business
trip to Salt Lnke Tuosdaj
Mrs. G. J. Sinclair was In Proo,
Tuesday, guest or Mrs. J. M. Harmon.
J. II. Rally spent Thanksgiving In
Stovo Woods Is down from Eurekn,
to spoilt tile holidays with his finally
Miss Hortha Stogglo spout Thnnks
glvliig with friends In It verton.
R. . Mnnwlll was up American Fork
I'unyon on business mutters Tuesdny.
Huroo Simmons of Provo, wus In
American Fork on business Monday.
Mr. Win. Knighton nnd son, R. L.
nnd wlfo of Murray, spent tho week
as guests of Dr. R. K. Knighton.
Clltlon nnd ffeo Sulhorland of
Provo, spent Saturday horo visiting
Mr. Stovo Woods, of Eurekn, spent
u few days this wei'k here with his
wlfo nnd daughter.
Mrs. M. 0. Randolph and children
spent the week heio visiting her pnr
ontH. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Pulley.
Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Footo and son,
Wybuni, of Eureka, spent tho week
with their son, Mink II. nnd wife.
The Misses Blanch Craudall and
Dorothy Chlpmnn wns Provo visitors
John Jensen or Provo, wiib In Am.
Fork Tuesday, visiting with his aunt,
Mrs. Sarah Crookston
Tho Mlssos Oru and Luna Chlpmnn
ot Halt Lake, spent the week with
their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William
Ronald N'lcholos of Provo, Is homo
to spend the Thanksgiving holidays
with his parent b, Mr. and Mrs. Geo
Mrs. Elmer 'Hales, entortnlned Hie
Honnlo Hrlor club Wednesday evening.
Tho time wns plensantly spent In pro
gressive parlor games and dainty re
freshments were served.
Tho local teachers and Ell J. Clay
son were at Suit Luke Monday and
Tuesday attondlng tho Stnlo Teach
ers' Convention. Supt. C. W. Whltnk
er was honored ut the convention by
being elected ono ol tho trustees or
Rend "Tho Mnstor Key," story now
running In the IIcrnld-Ropubtlcnii.
Tills grand photoplay will soon com
mence nt the Orient Theatre, ono In
stallment weekly 28-lt
Dau nnd Eugene Nieholes of Provo, '?
spent the week with their parents. JH
Roy Woods lert Sunday tor a tow Q
weeks in Salt Lake. : jfl
Joy Joneu or Provo, spent tho tore- ' I
pint of the week In American Fork. H
Ralph Harratl of Salt Lake, is III
spending a week with his parents. wn
Mrs. Leo Shclton of Salt Lako, spent W
tho week with her parents, Mr. and ' H
Mrs. Joseph II. King. fl
Mr. mid Mrs. Thomns Steele and . H
family of Salt Lake, spent Thuiiks- flfl
giving with Mrs Allco Steele, S
.Mr. F. Dowoy or Salt Lako, was tho fl
guoct ot Miss May Walker part or
the week. fl
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Mr. C. Burnett ot Spanish Fork, H
spoilt Tuesday here with the Golden H
The B. B. club were delightfully ,, JM
entertained nt tho homo of Mrs. Perry , H
Bush Wednesday. Tho afternoon wns ! B
spout In sowing nnd music and it I t! r'H
o'clock a delicious luncheon was ofl
MIbs Rosella Stone, daughter of H
Bishop mid Mrs. J II. Storrs, was H
married to Mr. Elinor Miller ot Provo, ;' !B
Wednesday, In tho Salt Lako Temple. jiH
Mr. Miller Is teaching High School In ''IB
Pleasant Grove thin winter, so they rHtll
will make that their homo iiutlt ' ,m
DON'T BE APRAID--HE M
WILL NOT HURT YOU fjj
Commciicliig next week, December $E
1st, the Chlpmnn Merrnutllo company iff
will take u special Interest In show- "Iji
lug tho chlldreii and parents tho lnrg- 'i&
est and most complete lino of Dolls, Jf
Toys, Novelties nnd Xmns Goods. nt
Tbeso Gorman nindo nrllelos woro all .,8
purchased before tho war afTcted J
prlees. Theio will bo no advance In Ji
toys this year, If you buy from us. ES
We were successful in securing, not ,'if
only the staple articles usually ex- ljB
hlblted, but u lnrgo number of Inter- !
eating attractions mid many now .1
toys that hao not bcou shown he-
fore. Our full lino will bo shown J
December 1st, In our Grocory Dopart- I
incut. Xmns Goods, Xmns Hooks,
Xmas Curds, Xmas Dishes and Xmns 'l
CnudlcB. Old Santa will be one of the K-lj
prominent features on display. Kfl
CIIII'MAN'S HIC Ri:i STORK 1;KI
American Fork 28-lt I'jBl
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Choice Out Flowers .' Wai
lerns nnd Floral Pcslgiu. , fgj
Send to the Lehi Floral Co., Lohf, B
Telcphnuo 20.J. Wo deliver ! MM
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Dry-Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Groceries, I W
-Hardware or Furniture- I - , I
I Until We Have Quoted YOU Prices Toipus'-p 1
We will save you 10 to 50 per cent on your winter as well as staple everyday merchan-1 i f
S dise. For one week we are going to make greater price reductions than ever. We must 1 !: 1
I have room for Christmas goods which will soon be on display. On account of backward season wc have an un-I I k
' usually large stock 'of choice new fall and winter merchandise. Thiswc must unload so as to make more room. Re- I J -
i member' that.winter has not really begun. We are sure to have many weeks of cold weather. Prepare now while 1 1 1
you can get just. what you want at just about manufacturer's cost. , g
1IS7C0AT5 LADIES' SUITS " CLOTHING and SHOE DEPARTMENT ; CHINA DEPARTMENT J J
,.,,,, . .,, Men's SuilH 100 Suits nt 3 - 15 'i-cent olT. Aluckninvs () piT out ol'l. Wntch our Imvkv Displnx )m
.rtH onla wo nt $18.(M) 7.50 Suits $-.00 l,rit.,.. SO Ovor Coals nt 1 'J. Uvh' Ki hint Suit .'id Cloth Shoo nul Klnnud Lin xxil1(lWS por pnm,v i;u, 0r fe
1.I..H1 Couis kii ill $1.5.50. .ii r.i) Knitu fcn)!0 l,ric'' Tr -'-'ill orr. ( Slioch 10 jr will ol'l'. ,,,, ,,;..: f-l.in,. IS
'i:-0 Coats at $14.00 l J' n H J, l,iyv Duck Coats () ,k, work Pnuls ,() ,. ,0 ,,. C0It off on h u. s.! ilil 1 "t ' M
' CoatH ko at $11.00 SmtS $1&-0 C0" ll , vv MrU 1M,r cent olf. (J,,H.tH. T " "' tv , , Iffl
!-'.. Coats L at 10 00. ' 1.00 Hulls lfl.00 .,o '.iff J AIoii'h Divss K1.o.h worth 10 per cunt off on lou mi.1 : 1-J iKTcent ofl on ono ll
WsKr, $!7.r,0 Suits $1.1.00 tl!;;:tuoavy's.,o,,s20p,,-Unn,I$r,00forp0 l?(,s Cap, nl .au-r so. 11
- tlioHo Sl-irtc M)'i i,i,l One lot Suits $8.95 choicn ,(.,lt 0T. . ,v' " 'lt '"'' sl"u's , 'M;r,,,l ' "u A1,M1 s ,ul'1 1"lf(,e ' ,uin t,1U8b V"tU $M
" '-' vulZ StS " 'f r ) a Flu, ao ,1 wlll Off j ' ilon's .l Boys' Sw,n,, H-urU,' $; mul for Mi lV 1), Shoos. ,ur bOo. , f
I 1 s' American Fork Co-operative Institution I
I j -THE PEOPLE'S STORE J. H. STORRS, Manager ,
I -mM ' 'v lllliMilHl rr-irn m-TmnummennmarTntiMmmmi Hill nwra TflTi iii-iWMliirTn l 'p W
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