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I LBHI BANNER SATURDAY, DKClMnint 2c, 191 J. k
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I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
I A Merry Chrlotmas to nil.
I Smutn'8 flno spring floor for ovcry
I body Chrlstmns (Friday) night. 24-lt
I Miss Merlo Boloy spent Sunday In
I Nephl, tho guest of Miss Nina Blglor.
Most mcrclmnts report an oxcellont
It Is a happy smilo tho coal dealers
have these cold clays and nights
FOR SALE CHEAP A lumbor barn.
Enquire at this office. 2G-2t
Mr. Jack Rosoll Is hero to spend the
holidays with his wlfo and baby.
Know nil men by these presents
(Christmas presents) that tho milk
of human kindness Is still sweet.
Mr, and Mrs Martin Nlelson wero
Snlt Lake visitors Monday.
John Whlto of Logan, is down to
ippnd a few days with his folks.
I Fresh bread every day at the Bak
Christmas comes but once a year
to moko our pockets feel queer,
Mrs. Rctn Johnson of Elslnore, Is
ipendlng the week with Miss LIHIo
Leo Harvoy of Pleasant Grove, was
the guest of Miss Arvllla Chrlstonson
Miss Clara Wootton returned Sun
lay from a few daya' visit In Salt
Lake with relatives and friends.
Ralph Barratt of Salt Lake, Is home
o spend tho holidays with his par
nts, Mr and Mrs. Jnmcs Barratt.
Jay Wootton of Salt Lake, Is spend
ag the wook end with his parets, Mr,
inJ Mrs. John Wootton.
Dcrt Duncan and Earl Condor of
Salt Lake, spent tho week with their
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Firmago of Lchl,
pent Sunday In America Fork with
ielr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flr
Thero has been good sleighing In
Iplno for thrco weeks. Soveral
iches moro has fallen there than in
ther parts of the county.
Tho world regards tho errors of
icn but as tho chicken pox, which
aves fow or no marks behind; but
1080 of n woman arc regarded as tho
unll pox, which deeply Imprints its
aces oh tho recovered patient
Sam NIcholes, who Is attending
liool In Salt Lako, and Eugono, who
attending tho B. Y. U. at Provo,
e home to spend tho holidays with
elr parents, Mr. and Mrs. SIdnoy
At best you won't bo In llfo so very
iny moro ChrlBtmas times nor In
ch favorablo times and clrcum.
wees so Just go ahead and havo
e of tho merriest times of your life
If you think times nro hnrd and you
e uiifortunntoly situated, Just con
ler how times nro for your poor
others nnd sisters In Europe. How
:uld you like to change places?
"Tho Master Koy" The greatest
tlal story over presented In photo
sy will commenco nt tho Orlont
eatro Saturdny, Jan. 2nd. 2C-lt
Miss Mnblo Storrs was hostess to
party given nt her home Monday
filing, In honor of some of hor girl
eiula Tho girls took their sowing
"ig oud tho tlmo was pleasnntly
'it Tho guests present were:
a Deck, Korn Thornton, Mary
ckliiirst, Nelllo Buckwnltcr, Ruby
wtton, Docla Brown, Roba Parker
4 Cloo Sinclair.
Christmas can enslly ho n hnppy
won hero and thero enn bo true
2u,kfl,l"CBs for tho penco and plontj
Mi Is enjoyed In contrast with that
lch ih occnrlng In Europo at the
lm iime, whero Chrlstmns will be
1 lny Indeed' May tho blight not
'""l us hairy, terrlblo paws to the
'res of our land to kill, to rob nnd
' The Misses Fern and Adell Peters
of Provo, spent Wednesday and
Thursdny In American Fork.
Everybody Is going to Smuln's
Academy Christmas (Friday) night.
Mrs. Dora Ball and daughter,- Ell
noro, of Manila, spoilt Saturday In
Amorlcnn Fork visiting friends.
Miss Sylvia Thornton of Provo,
spent tho week with her pnronts, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Thornton.
H. R. Hnles left yostorday for
Spanish Fork, to spend tho week end
with his folks.
Lruss Bodoll of llarrlman, spent
Christmas nt tho homo of Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Brown of Lchl,
spent the week with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Slmen Thornton
Miss Florence Dunn Ib home from
Logan, to spend a fow days with her
sister, Miss Allco Dunn.
Tho Misses Emma Wanlass and
Allco Rhodes of Lehl, spent Tuesday
with Amorlcan Fork friends.
Bartlo Parker of Provo, camo homo
yesterday to spend Christmas with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Parker.
Music Instructor Ernost M. Jones
and wlfo are tho parents of a baby
boy, born Monday.
Miss Lcoetta ChrlstenBen of Ogden,
spent tho first of tho week with hor
brother, Dr. A. ChrlstenBen nnd wife.
E. H. Boley, "Joe's PInce," and Pul
ley's Restaurant coll American Fork
Mr. Russell Whitman and Miss Sn.
die Chlpman spent Thursdny after
noon and evening In Salt Lake.
Mrs. H. M. Wheeler of Salt Lake,
spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. C. Han
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Chlpman of
Lehl, spent Tuesday with relatives In
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. H. Hoywood left
yesterday for Ogden, whoro thoy will
spend n fow deys with rolatlves.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holmstead spent
Sunday In Lohl with their parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. O'nf Holmstead.
Buy six bread tickets for 25 cents.
Each ticket good for ono loaf of bread
nt the Bakory. 2C-lt
Miss Cozotto Startup of Provo,
spent part of tho week hero, guest of
Mrs. Sadlo Henry.
Marlon Robinson spend Sunday in
Murray, guest of Miss Slgrld Peter,
Mayor and Mrs. Earl Greenwood
aro spending Christmas with frlcndB
In Salt Lako City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edmonds will
eat Christmas turkey with their
friendB in Salt Lako City.
Miss Chloo Murdock of Provo, and
Mr. Irving Jacobs of Hobor, who were
married Thursday, wero In Amorlcan
Fork Inst Sunday nnd bought nil their
furnlturo nt tho Chlpmnn Merc, com
pnny, tho remainder of tho dny was
spent nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. L
Tho First Ward Sunday School Sup
erlntondency ontortulned tho officers
nnd teachers of .tho Sunday School
Monday ovenlng, In tho First Ward
Chapel. A program was rendered, af
ter which games wore played nnd re
freshments wero served.
Chrlstmns (Friday) night If you
go, you'll go again to Smuln's Aca
demy, Lehl. 24-1)
Tho Suporlntondency of tho First
Wnrd Sundny schools untortnlned
their officers and tcachors In their
Chapel Monday evening, over forty
guests woro prosont. After n thlrtj
minute business meeting tho evening
wns spont In games and music.
Ornngos, bananas and candles wore
sorved. All who attended expected
an enjoyable tlmo nnd nono woro cIIb-apolnted.
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 jj
This Is tho powerful :ombluntloiiwo oiler you,
Qtcnnrrlh 0ur Btn-'"E''' "e8 ln 0Ul' nmpl. capital, our I
UlltilljUll Iar5 rcer-rvo, and In tho staunch Integrity I
of our Officers and; Directors. I
Q..J In point of aorvlco, jwo oxtond (vory facility I
dllll and convenience required in tho trniiwnctlou 1
of modoi i buslnoaj, j 1
Qnnrinn Xo" Dcpohltors nnd old ullku TecclK nerjr 1
OUIVIbD CuiiHldimlluu. I
- Bank of Am. Fork 1
Ben Bates was in Salt Lako Satur
day on business.
Mrs. John Roberts nnd daughter,
Minn spent Mon. In PleiiBant Grovi.
F. B. Mooro nnd Wm. Whlpplo
spent Sunday In Snlt Lake visiting
Alma Wild is homo from Ogdon, tO
spend tho Chrlstmr.s hoilliluya with his
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilonu Wild.
David Hunter of Proo, is home tfl
spend n couplo of weeks with his pur
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Hunter.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Adams nnd son
Howard, of Idnho, aro hero to spend n
few weeks with relatives.
Mrs. Roy Jones of Snlt Lako, spoilt
tho week hero with her parents, Mr'.
nid Mrs. Wm Firmago.
MIsb Mnrio Turner of Bingham,
spont tho week with rolntlvos in Am
The schools closed Thursday after
noon for tho holidays. Thoy will opon
again Monday morning, Jan. 4th.
Mrs. H. D. Wilcox nnd daughter,
Mrs. Wm. HaiiBon, left Wednesday for
a month's visit In Salt Lako City, with
Mrs. Georgo Elslmoro.
Leland Mitchell, who Is nltouding
tho A. C. nt Lognn this winter, Is
homo to spend tho week with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H Mitchell.
L. S. Harrington, who has boon
working In Idnho for somo tlmo, is
homo to spend n couplo of woeks with
his wife and family.
Tho Misses Anna Mnthlseu and
Eunlco Jacobson loft Thursdny for a
week's visit with relatives and friends
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Fltzgornld of
Lehl, spent Sundny here visiting with
Mrs. FItzgernld's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wlllard Shipley.
Don't fall to see "Vendetta," that
flvo part special feature at tho Orient
next Monday, Dec. 2Sth. 20-lt
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kirkoudall of
Bingham, nro hero visiting with Mrs
KlrkondnU'8 parents, Mr, and Mrs
Mrs. M, J. Lambert and daughter,
Evn, of Snlt Lake, arc hero to spend
Chrlstmns with Mr. and Mrs. Mnrk
Mr nnd Mrs. Win. Bodoll of Hnrrl
mau, is hero spending tho week with
Mrs. Bodell's mother, Mrs. Mnrtli.i
Mr. and Mrs. Rnlph Strong of Snlt
Lnke, spent tho week In American
Fork nnd Alplno with friends nnd
Mr. John Condor left Tuoeday foi
Garland, whero ho will spend the
ChrlBtmas holidays with his daughter,
Mrs. Hehcr Cutler,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Holmstond left
Thursday for a week's visit In Gunni
son, with Mrs. Holmstond'B mother.
Mrs, Ellen Holhclns.
Yunrl, Russell and Edith Crookston
of Sholly, Idaho, aro down to spend
Chrlstmns with tholr grandmother,
Mrs. Jnno Crookston.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Frnncom and
bnby nro hero to spend Christmas with
Mrs. Francom's mother, Mr K. II
P H 1'i.mn spent Sunday In Salt
frA f Hanson spent Tuesday In
Snjjrlffll. on business,
W I'irki'r In homo from a six
VrajK'l M n in Eureka and Pnyson
- 4lr "c ,'n"9 oC I0M' 8I,0,lt Mon
'IftjKAmTlcan Fork visiting friends.
"Ijfffih t'hlpmnn Is homo from a
Q&kJi.i .it thu herd.
Tiuffil':"ini Johnson of Manila, was
JlrMl'u-d,iv wllli Mrs. Lizzie Rob
J!SfJo1"1 1)lirrai" 'eft Tuesday for
n (Sp; Vv .-ks' lslt In Ogden, guest of
hqrd:uiplit(r, Mrs. John Wright
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V' ' of ,llc,1,nolla spent part of
thft v50k in Amoilcnn Fork, guest of
Miss Robu Lee.
Mr. ClinrUs Guisfonl Is quite ill nt
tho fnmlly homo differing with n se
vere ntlnrk of quinsy.
Jlr. nnd Mrs. W. 1). Loveless return
ed Sundiu from n fow days' visit with
Snlt Lake friends and relatives.
Messrs Heber Wild, Ned Wild and
soiij Lgnii), are homo from American
Fork 'hyon, to spond Christmas with
Mr.'tiiid Mrs Arch Bczzant of Snlt
Lako, 'spont tho first of tho week at
tho homo or Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bez
zniit ' v.
, Mr, 'nnd Mrs. Ernest Cobbloy, from
Morohind, Idaho, aro hero visiting
withMrs. Cobbloy's parents, Mr. nnd
Alra, John A. Ovard.
Mr. "and Mrs. M. O Randolph and
children nn hero to spend tho week
end with Mrs Randolph's parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. James II. Pulley.
Mr.jtfhd Mm S ovo Woods autocd
to SnlFLnke Sundny. Mr. Woods, re
turned londny, Mrs. Woods rcmnln
'lng for a week.
JIfS. AHeo Steolo and grand daugh
ter, Alfeo Tnylor, loft Tuesday for a
ten 'dtly'B islt with Allco'B parents,
Mr. ancftjMrs. Georgo T. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs W. D. Keel of Tre
mont, pox Elder county, spent part of
the wook with Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Man
You can innko your Christmas plea
sant' Or hnppy as you will
The Optimist oces tho present,
Tho Pessimist tho bill.
Mrs. Ho wo Chlpman and baby' loft
Monday for a four months' stay In
Mexico with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
M: A. Romnoy. Mrs. Chlpman was
called thoro on account of -tho sudden
denth of hor brother
The Missus Oia and Luna. Chlpmuu,
who are attending tho U. at Salt Lako
this winter, nro down to upend tho
holidays with their parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Wm. Chlpmnii.
At three years of ago wo Jovo our
mothers; at six, our fathers; at ten,
our holidays; at sixteen, dress; at
twenty our sweethearts; nt twenty
live our wlvos; at torty our children;
at sixty, ourselves.
Mr. W. A. McBrldo Is homo from his
Lakeside initio to spend tho holidays.
Ho gives very flattering reports of the
condition of the mlno and Bays they
are busy these days sucking oro foi
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Orient MATINFF XMASatJ i
X Theatre " H I I W L L 3.30 0cock t
! LIBERTY XMAS BELLS 1
In Throo 1Uo1h J fl
T Big, Special, Appropriate Program H
J MONDAY, DEC. 28TH George Kleine Presents J I
"VENDETTA" Fivo Part Masterpiece from tho novel H
by Marie Corelli. K
RiKid up to tho OK1MNT hijfli class fenturo si)ecial Jffl
If you fall to begin nt tho beginning
of "Tho Mnster Koy," Saturday, Jnn
2nd, you will regret It-Orient 2fi.lt
Mr. and Mrs. II, L Small and daugh.
tor, Stella, and Mr. Will Crnghend of
Salt Lake, autocd to Paysun Sunday,
P. II. Craven and tho Misses Anna
Mathlson, Myrtle King, Fern Thorn
ton, Rovn Beck and Mary Blackhurst
attended the Sun Dance Opera In
Provo last Frldny evening
Tho young people who nro attend
ing out-of-town schools, as well ns
tho number of teachers who aro em
ployed olsowhorc, nro homo to opoud
the holidays Welcome to thorn all.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrloy Steolo enter
tained nt n party Monday ovenlng.
Progressive parlor gnmos wore the
ovonlng's entortnlnmont, after which
a dainty luncheon was served to about
Salt Lakers Get Surprise
Tho American Fork High School
basket ball team Issued tho promised
surprlso to tho Salt Lake East Side
High School team In ono of tho fast
est games over ployed here liiBt Fri
day night. Tho visitors showed good
speed during the first linlf of the
game, which ended in n scoro of 1C
to 1C In their favor In tho Bccond
half, however, tho city lads lacked the
staying qualities of their country
cousins nnd tho game ended with n
scoro of 32 to 2C.
Leo Prouso starred for tho Salt
Lakors and was particularly strong
In pitching from tho foul line, but wns
nono ahoad of Hindi, who did tho tins
kct shooting from the foul lino for
American Fork. Tho game was de
void of any unpleasantness, and tho
visitors wont homo happy.
Tho lino up:
East SIders Amorlcnn Fork
Prousc If Blnch
Howo rf Wnlker
Rudlne o Wright
Peterson lg E. Wing
Holt rg H. Wing
Holdeu A. Chlpmnn.
Opens January 1, 1915, at San
Diego, California. Special oxcurslon
rntes for this event nro announced by
Salt Lako Route on Decombor 19, 20,
21, 22 nnd 29th. See nenrost ngont
or wrlto A. G. P. A. Snlt Lako Routo,
Suit Lake City, for further particu
Tho HibrowB claim that tho uso of
n mcdlcntcd tlssuo screen will mako
kissing 'snfo nnd sanitary" It mny
make It sanitary, but there Is not any
way to make kissing snfo.
Two Good Shows 1
By special urrangomcul tho man- B
ngement of thu Opera Houso has so. H
cured the Deverc-Stowart Stock com- H
pnny for two performances, Frldny Hj
and Saturday evenings, Jan. 1st nnd ,K
2nd. Friday evening tho play will be H
a dramntlzntlon of A. Conan Doyle's 91
world famous book, "Tho Sign of tho D
Four," nnd on Saturday evening "The H
Little Mother" will bo produced. Each
play is a real production from every Hj
Miss Mnyiiou Stuwnrt, the loading jfl
ludy, Is a very charming artist and H
her work Is plenslng. convincing mfd B
refreshing. Sho Is supported by n H
company composed of a numbor or X
well known players, among whom fig
are: Leon McRoynolds, Soldy Roach, il
D, L. Mnok, C. M. Dovoro and others. ijg
Tho company Will bo ploasnntly re- jwl
momborcd as being horo somo tlmo 'ffc
ago. Those who hoard them then, ,
will undoubtedly go again, nnd those
who did not, will miss much If thoy do (jS
not make the most of tho prosont op- m
Popular prices, 25, 35 nnd CO cents, K
Reserved scnts at tho usual place. E
On Wednesday, January Gth, 191C, .S
wo close our store for stock taking. jl
At that tlmo our morchandlso Is all ill
listed Wo also havo to list all our M
unpaid bills. If you nro owing us and m
tho account Ib due, ploaso call In 'nnd 'Wi
Bcttlc snmo beforo tho first day of iH
Jnnunry 1915, nB wo need It and It
will nlso save us tho troublo of listing M
It. If you cnunot pay same, plcaso ,
call and renow tho nolo and oblige M
Yours truly, m
CHIPMAN MERC. CO.
19-2t 8. L. Chlpmnn, Mgr, - JH
Notice of Tith- 1
ing Settlement I
Tithing settlement duys In the Am- II
orlcnn Fork Wards have boon set as JW
First Ward Saturday, Dec, 2C. 1914 ;fl
Second Ward Mou., Dec. 28, 1914. 'II
Third Ward Tucs., Dec. 29, 1914. W
Fourth Ward Wed., Dec. 30, 1914.
Gonernl day for all four wards .1
Frl., Dec. 31, 1914.
In conformity with tho regulation m
of thu Church, It Is desired that all $
tlthpayers meet their rospcctlvo Bin- 1
hoprics nt tho tithing ofllco on tho
dny set for their wnrds, and sntlsfy .1
thomsolvos that their credits aro cor- J
Wurrcn IJ. Smith, Jnmus T. Gard- j
nor, Joseph II. Storrs, John R. Hind-
ley, Bishops. '
Choice Cut Flowers !
Ferns ami Floral Doilgns. j
Send to tho Lchl Floral Co Lohl, !
Telephone 20-J. Wo doUrcr
Orem Interurban j
ELECTRIC SERVICE SALT LAKE TO PROVO
SIXTi:i:. AM. ") freight SAFE, COXYL'NIKNT, J
STi:i:L TRAINS Sen Ice llctnccu CIiEA,
ivKltY MAY. All Points. C03IFOKTAIII.E
USE THE "GOOD SERVICE " LINE
Mileage books, good nlso on Salt Lako & Ogden and Ogden Rapid Transit, j
for sale at all stations. (
Orem Express, cheaper than Parcels Post, oporatos on nil trnlus. (
Depart for Prom Depart for Salt Lako
7:48 a. in. 7:33 n. m. ;
b: 10 ji. in. . 8:35 ji. m.
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Dt-IMiil for I'nuo Di'imrl for Suit 1-nKe 1
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