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HTHfJ AMEltiOAN FOIIK fllTIgfifi 8ATUKDAY, MARCH , 1014.. ,, ,
1 ijw ln ' K -, u AMLRIC'AN FORK (JITIZL'.N H'l ; ? a progressive indkpejndem' Btf ,v PUBLICATION B'i 11 St SUBSCRIPTION ' 1! One Year $1-C0 "' Six Months 'JOc Hn'tj ' Entered as Sccond-CUss Matter at BBY t V1 Postoffleo at American Fork, Utah. H;j Ofllces Oppoilte Tabernacle. 1'liono 85 Q' S. w. HOSS Editor H L. W. GAISFORD Manner H . LINDON NOTES. I H ,' T" Hi why somi: HOYS AM) j uirls sijccll'ii B, The follouliiK essay la by a student B of the Llndon Bchool HK ; Girls and bojH succeed because HHw' tbuy work, for Indeed buccchb inay ho spelled In four letters W-O-R-K. All HHf of our great men who havo won suc- HHM roHB hnvo worked hard for It. ; Tako (Irani ami Uncoil), for In- HHV ' ntnuco; both were 'bom of poor par- onts and had to work for all they got ) V i Thomas A. Edison's our grcnt lnvon- HHni' tor- success was not merely luck hut HHf. , work. 1 it Boys and girls who nra working , ' their way through school have no timo W to go to tho theatre two or three times HHB. a week nnd danco half the night on , Friday; no tlmo to stand on tho cor- Jlj ner and tnlk to Kill or Jnkc as tho; enso may bo but they work early nnd Iato and appreciate what they got ' mom than tho ones who just hnvo to - , go to "dnd" when thoy want any- ! thing. ii A young man from southorn Utah, HHW it , who was dotcrmlucd to havo an cdu-, M ft ' cation, sturtcd from homo with 3SJ HH'' cents In his pocket. Ho vvnlkod nlli HHlJ j ft tho way and worked for his food. Ho HHM lif would not accept anything unless ho (I 1 worked for It. Ho arrived ln Provo ' j Si' with $1.35 Instead of 35 cents, In time' HHH y to take tho winter semester; went to j If President Kcclcr nnd told him he J M wnntcd to go to school; that ho had HHHi ( no monoy, but was willing to work. HHWli vj Mr. Kcclcr told him ho would tnko It I 1 1 ' up In faculty meeting and boo what j &' - could bo dono about It. At tho mcct- HHW ' i , lug thoy decided to mako up a purso J ' for him. They collected Quite a sum, BjHH.il , but he would not accept It not oven Hl M; ' borrow It. ' The school gavo him a Job which HHKg -, helped pny his tuition, nnd ho milked Jy. ' cows, cleaned stables, took enro of K horses, nnd In fact did anything ho W could to earn an honornblo living. Ho V h has worked IiIh way through school HjHB ?i and Is now one of Provo' richest and HHb-Ua most prominent citizens. " i'i ,1 know a girl who wanted to go to in it Bchool. Her parents were not nblo to i v help her much, so after sho graduated r .from tho eighth grndo 8ho worked for HH4!ri, I ;Kyonr or two and then wont to Provo Hvi; 'i to Bchqol. Tho next year sho and nn H: 1, i Vpthor young lady went to Suit Lnko U rt ..City, rented a house, boarded school TfM'?'' glrls' and went to school thomsolves hU J-1 1 -Tho next, year sho wont to Logan. Sho Uuf i la in Ixgau this year teaching and j' going on with her Bchool work, and 'v it sho expects to graduate this year .V , In fact their success and,' many oth- p'f " ors which I may mention enrfbo B'lt summed up ln that little word Work. Hj "h It Pays To AiWcrtlno Hl ' Of courao thoro may bo othor rcn- m i sons, but hero Is tho way a friend B -j When a duck lays an ogg Bho Just B waddles off as If nothing had happen- R' ( cd. H n When n hen lays nu egg, thero's B a whnlo of a noise. 9 Tho lion advertises, Hence tho de- BBBjf ' mand for hen's eggs Instead of duck's B A SAILOR'S PUAYKlt. K'4 U. S. S. California, fli ' Via San Frnnclscb, r ; . March G, 1914. v Dear Editor. Having a littlo spare Bj ": ' timo tonight wo send this littlo piece BBj -' ' of poetry to you, na wo nro constant H -v vendors of tho UANNEH nnd CITIZEN, BB' ,VJ our homo town papers, nnd hope it BBt' . .will Interest your renders. BBj1 ii Yours truly, BBi R. L. WHIPPLE, BBj E. N. HALLSEY. BBa 4. Now I lay m down to sleep; BBB j jl I pray tho Lord my soul to keep; BBb ! Qrnnt no other sailor tako BBS M- My shoos or socks beforo I wako. BBBJ I J. Lord guard mo in my slumber, BBB And keep my hnmmock on Its number. BBBj r May no clows nor lashings break BBB tF And lot mo down beforo I wako. BBB i y. Keep mo safely In Thy sight; BBBj "v Qrnnt no tiro drill at night. BBV " In tho morning lot mo wnko, BBV a Drcnthlng scents of Blrloln steak. BBB ' k God protect mo in my dreams; BBB i Alnko It better than It seems. Grant the time may awlttiy lly When myBelf uliutt rest on high, In n snowy leather bed, Wheru I long to rcBt my head, Far away from nil these scenes; From tho Binell of hnlf baked beans. Tako mo back Into tho laud, Whcro they don't scrub down with sand. Where no demon typhoon blows, And where women wash tho clothes. Ood, Thou knowest all my woes; Feed mo in my dying times; Tako mo back I'll promise then isomer to leavo homo again, Three Years Later. Our father who arc In Washington, Please, dear father, lot-mo stny; Do not drive mo now away; Wipe nwny my scalding tears,, And let mo stay my thirty years. Please forgive mo all my past, And thliiRH that happened nt tho nitiBt. Do not my request refuse; Lot mo stay niiothor cruise i" NEWSY NOTES FROM ALPINE. The Relief Hocloty gave- tin "old time" ball In tho Alpine Opera Houbc, Thursday, March 1U, eommoiunrathe of tho organization of tho society. MIbb Mary Lyman, recently letutncd from the northwestern states mission, Iiiih been visiting with her friend and former companion In the field for a few days. At the Sunday services In tho ward hoitso both ladles discoursed upon their past experiences as mls- 1 blounrlcfl. , ' I Mrs. R. Y. Nash Is visiting with her 'daughter, Mrs. J, W. Johnson of Provo. I 1 Mr. Oscar Whitby and family havo moved to Idaho, whcro they expect to mnko their home. Ex-Hlshop II. Fullmer Is moving Ills I furniture to his new home In Amer ican Fork. t Mrs. It. C, Rowlands attended the funeral of Mrs. Sinn King ln American I Fork, Wednesday. Rumor reports that two of our prominent young men, Wesloy Heck, on a mission to Now Zealand, nnd Edw. Hurgess of tho northwestern states mission, will return homo dur ing the next two months. Mr. Gcorgo Dubois, principal of the district school, spent Saturday and Sundny nt his homo in Vineyard. Mrs. Amnndn Lundgrcen hns boon quite 111 for ton dnys, but Is roportcd 1 somo bettor. Mr. Carllslo of Mill Creek Is n visi tor In Alpine. Sovernl days ago thro Jewelry mer chants mndo their advent Into Alpluo, I nnd finding business so dull wcro glad to exchnngo somo of their goods for .somothlng to cnt. When last soen they wore wending their wny to I "greener pastures." o - Parental Responsibility ' Since all of a child's early ImprcB sIoub nro obtained In tho home, and tho parents nlono hnvo full guidance and control over Its actions, tho view referred to and expressed by the Omaha Ueo In Alio following, secnin lucsenpably JuhI and logical; Dr. C. A. Harper, Kccretnry of the Wisconsin State Hoard of Health, b well within the facts in nlllrmlng beforr nu aiitt-vlce commission Hint parents are to blame for a laige part of the Immorality of girls today Father? ai.d mothers who think tills n severe arraignment uhould con.tlder the fre. dom given their daughters, especi ally during those earn requiring tho closest parental scrutiny and advice. Thoro la too much easy-going iu diffcrenco to tho Bolcinn responsi bility of parenthood. What is tho meaning of tho multiplicity of publb aguncles for Juvciiilo care and cor rection It not that the homo Is ne glecting Its duty? Men and uomen facing tho grave function of parent hood shou'd feel very keenly the fact Hint no public Institution or iufluenco can bo made to tako tho placo of tho home In tho training anil culturo of tho child; that such agencies exist only ns substitutes at bo3t, seeking Ii, ninny cases to atouo for parental sins of omission. Not oen tho school, tho church or BBB. H Extra I Special H' j . Monday, Mar. 30th K Joy will make tho Highest I Hf " Grade $0.00 Cabinet Photo- 1 P I graphs, in latest stylo folder 1 fl , "-j' mat mounts for only $2.50 per I Bfl! oz I BbmIBVSbYv 'HnK'KKuammmmmmmmammmMmmmxmmmewu r-mm dnnday scliOol can, or was over, ue ditSitu to suppifiiii uuuiu traininb fjveii they, tnougti tilling Usetui spheres, but supplement whcro they tough the work of the father and mother, loo much Btress cannot be laid on this point, that fathers and mothers nro primarily and chiefly responsible for their own children, fho troublo comes, not In getting tolks to admit that, but to act on It when the beautiful flower of girlhood withered by tho blight of sin, clroops bcroro the mother's eyoB, the saddest of all facts is the mother's neglected responsibility, ln her anguish she wouid eagerly shllt tho torrlblo ouus If site could, but as thoro was no authority, so now thoro Is no respon sibility equal to hero, and no ono on whom to throw the burden of her despair. And jet it would bo far from Just to biiimo tho delinquency of children in every -case upon tho parents; foiin a multitude otcuscs patents of tho moil icspcctlbio character, of unquestioned iiilelllgeuco and education, who b) uoth precept and example huvo sinv cu to tho best of their ability to train their children In the way thoy should ;o so that when old' they would not (.part from It, obeying tho scriptu ral Injunction, havo failed miserably, judged from tho records of tho Ju venile courts and tho knowledge of neighbors, From x,Juct such homes sometimes come somo of tho worst offenders, proving that neglect or indlrfcrenco nro not nlvvays respon sible. As many cubcu arc assigned for jiitoniio delinquency as thoro uro dit lurutico typos of mind, dltforout lines of thought among tho Investigators, ibomo attribute it to one cauBe, some 10 another, but when n caso Is sum med up, most likely a number o( sup erinducing causes will bo found; lirsc among which, wo must agree with vite article quoted above, comes the responsibility of pnron'ts. in many perhaps u majority 01 cases tho dellqueucy, moral Imper fections and un'iivvful acts of tho chllu uro duo to neither lack of dcslreL In terest or effort upon the part of the pureuts, who bring all tho know ledge they hnvo to bear upon tho sub ject and use their beat efforts. Tho troublo Is that thoy don't kno.v ouough; and none nro more free to admit It than tho candid ones who havo raised largo families nud realize '.heir many mistakes and failures What lb really needed is general in struction In the psychology of the child, as each ono affords a separate study. Tho one who essays to govern uli by the same lnfloxiblo rules, rc.ui full In somo iu8tnnceBns thoro nro, an many different temperaments, disposi tions and personal Idiosyncrncloa as ilioco aro children, except, possibly, In' tho caso of twins. so matter how bright they may bo l ntcilcctually, logic as u rule of action will not nppenl to all. Thoy may roailzo us'au abstract principle that this ac tion Is right, that ono wrong; that one class of conduct is elovutlug, au ot he i' debasing; or If they do not realize it through their oun reasoning powers, still accept the theory as fact, necause their parents assure them it is so. And yet they do wiong. From this II is evident that something tnoio ijinn rensou must bu appealed to. Somo pnrouts of tho old-fashioned outer arbitrarily dlctato rules to go. ern the conduct of their children, un der penalty ot bodily punishment tor transgression. They cling to tho theory, "spaio tho rod and spoil the cnlld," yet they fall. Others bcllovo In personal freedom; in giving tho child full opportunity for inu development of Its own Individual ity. Too often this liberty dovelops into license, and tho child goes wroug. And yet all of thcBe methods havo proven of Value when properly applied, and a Judicious mlxturo of them has ueen most generally successful, but ns something 1b lacking ln each so Is something lacking In them as a whole, when considered from tho view point of infallibility. Tho true secret lies In reaching the very "heart ol hearts" of tho child, and there gaining a perpetual abiding placo to dwell In confidence, esteem and love. Thoro lies tho Inner spring from which ema nate the thoughts that govern action. A kuowledgo of a child's genonu temperament and tendencies may serve as a guldu to its proper guardianship uud control, and tho means best adapt ed thereto; but there muBt bo many lamentable failures unless that com plete and sympathetic mutual under liiuudlug referred to, can bo attained, and few, alas! have tho gift or the ability to acquire it. lu many towns It the public spirit anyway approached private spirit, liu Kofmcni8 making for tho wolfnn of thoso towns would speedily bo Ii, augurnted. Hut while many peop.o spoud lavishly for their own Inut.n.-... pleasuro and gain, there are- urn tot., comparatively, that spent much for the common good. In Utah county we have citizens who refuso to give a peuii) in any public entorprlso. 'I heir mono Is "Wholo Hog or fono, i nd they won't do a thing to help i. obi the town, It's about limn wary citizen trentcd them like thoy treat tho town. Don't patroulzo them turn's vvhut they deserve. Salt Lake & Utah Railroad Company OJHijr HAK8 . 1AlI,ii. - . - II" " SOUTH HOUND. - II Kff-'cH March -3. .NORTH HOUND. '! 2 i ' -a to vary ihorefrom - mrrv. " Leavelbcuvo Leave. Leave , without iNOtlcc. iftrnveArriveArrlveArrlVo Lialiy Dally Daliy DaUy ' juaiiy uany uaiiy Dnlly i'.m."p3T a.m. a.mTh a.m. a.rl I'Iul i.m. b.au I 1:30 vT:M 7:4b 0.0 ..sTilt Lake.. 33.4 s:10 ll;6G 2:65 6:66 5:48 1:48 10:48 8:03 4.0... Adams ... 2S,H XM ll:3f 2:37 0:3 b:51 1 1:61 10:51 8:00 6.7 ... Granger ... 27.7 s:bu ll:35 2:35 6:3b d:67 I -1:67 10:57 ' 8:12 8,0 1 Taylorsvllle . 26.4 8:10 11:30 2:30 b:30 i,:02 I 2:02 11:02 8:17 lllO.l .. tiennlon ,. 23.3 .-l 11:20 2:20 6:20 6'06 2:06 11:00 8:21 iiil.O . W. Jordan . 21.6 s:37 11:22 2:22 6!22 I.-13 I 2:13 11:13 8:28 lilD.l .. B. Jordan .. 18.3 8:28 11:13 2!13 6:13 u:10 I 2:10 11:10 8:31 17,8 .. Rlverton .. 16,b 8:21 11:00 2:06 6i06 u:25 I 2:25 11:20 8:40 20.t ,,'Hlundalo .. 12.8 8:16 11:00 2:00 6:00 t,:32 I 2:32 11:32 8:47 23.3 . Jordan Nar . 10.1 8:08 10:63 1:53 5:53 0 38 2!3S 11:38 8153 i26.t .. Kirltham .. 6.8 8:00 10:45 1:45 5:46 0.17 2:47 11:47 0:02 30.0.... Lehl .... 3,4 7:u3 10:33 1:38 6:38 l,:b2 2:51 11:50 0:06 31.0jSugar Factory 1.6 7:VJ 10:34 1:34 5:34 0.05 2:55 11:65 0:J10 3jL4Amej;knilForkJ).0 7:45 10:30 1:30 5:30 I'M. "P.M. A.M. A.M? """ " A.M. I A.M. P.M. I P.M. Arrive Arrive Arrive Arrl veil Lcnvo Lcnvo Lenvo Leave Dally Dally Dally Dally IPi'L P'iL DnyJ.Dn Connect with sluet'tarH "AIIDeiiutV' Third South nnd First West Conference HiiIcn Coiiiniciiec April Iht to 6(h; Return Limit April 121 h. Humid 'trip ilckets fiom Lehl ifl.'-,,'5 Amerlran Foik $l.8t 1'ieasnnt (Jrovc $1.50. ;- Advance Adverlhlnc; Provcrl)1 A rolling stono gathers no moss," And n pointless ad is u dead loss. 'A Binall Bpnrk oft kindles a great lire," A goou ad lifts business from the mlro. A willful mun must have his way," out If ho wont advertise, his business won't pay. 'lictween two stools you'll full to tho ground," . inu remedy la an ndvauco ad is easily found. ijirds of a feather flock together,' advance ads work lu every weather. v,oii8iani occupation prevents temp tation," olenoy advertising Is u business sal vation. Catch tho bear beforo you sell his skin," a you uou't advertise you'll tako in no tin. An bad workman quarrels with his tools," Advauco advertisers are not such tools. 'A light body often harbois'a great soul," A littlo ad, well placed, leads to tho goal. All work and no piny makes Jack u dull boy," so advertising slow bUBlncss doth the merchant annoy. An oak Is not felled with ono single blow," iNor will ono slnglo nd make your business "go." o rtJIY VIRGINIA r'AR.WERS AUK POOR A western farmer wondering why uio Virginia farmers- were so poor, paused by ther ondsldo one ady and i easoncd it out. T ho averago Virginia lurmur gets up early ln tho mori. ing with the alarm of a Conumnut. ciock, buttons his Chicago suspeuueis to Detroit overalls, puts on a pair ot cow hido boots mndo lu Clovclaud, v ashes lu n Plttsbdrg basin, uses uucinntti soap, drya on a cotton towl nmde lu Now Hampshire, sits down to u Grand Rapids table, eats breakfast toon from Unttlo Crook, hot biscuits mado from Minnesota rlour, KausaB uty bacon nud Indiana grits fried lu umuha laid, cooked on a St. Louis utovo, buys Irish potatoes grown lu xilchlgan, and canned fruits put up in California eensoncd with Rhode iBiund spices, (ills his plpu with Ken tucky tobacco, puts on his old tint mauo lu Philadelphia, harnesses his juissourl mule, ted Iowa corn with a isovv York harness and plows his farm covered with a Massachusetts mortgugo with an Indiana plow. And ut night, "ijy golly," ho crnwls un ucr u sow Jersey blanket, and Is kept awake by a Virginia dog, the only homo product on tho place, and won ders why ho keeps poor. f Wo have u dozen or more subscrip tion accounts (lied awny which seem to bo uncollectnble. Wo have tried and tried to got them lu, but without uvull. And tho debtors pass for hon esty, etc. While they uro uucollcc labio thoy aro not iorgottnblc. Wo shall romomber them and tho debt uhull follow them wherever they go oven after death. Somo day thoy will want' a good word said ot them, and whnt a shamo It a low dollars should staiid In their wny. A debt to a uovvs papor is us honest as the funeral ex penses of one's parent. o Thoy havo Just indicted tho heads of a Inrgo man order Iioubu on a tlinrgo ot grann .niceny. Retail mer chants In smaii country towiia nud pooplo genera,! who bcllovo lu the prosperity ot Juiii towns will not bo .ikoly to Hyiuj utilize with tho Indicted oven though ihey wIbIi them no harm. Tho way i nut1 merchants aro Injured and the beht Interests of country towns damaged by tho catalogue ii .ai h is enough to make them want ,. K houses indicted on Heveral charges, Tiflk about vagaries of fashion! What d'yo know about this? Tho IiiiIIok of Urn liugllsh court have Introduced tho fashion of woarlng colored vvigo. Not tho usual wlga of natural color worn lo simulate nature (mil. deeeivir the spectator, but wigs of purple,, 'blue, greon, (u fact nil tho qolora of tint rainbow: nnd It 1., claimed In their behalf that contrasting harmoniously with tho color of the. iohIuiuo worn, somo very pretty effects aro attained, Next I EXPANSES IN LOPEZ CASE. The Salt Lako county commission ers win meet tho Utah county com missioners nt Provo 'Monday, April 6, tor the purpose of converting the utah county commissioners to tho low Hint Utah county should bear n portion of tho cxpenBeB Incurred in iiic hunt for Lopez, greater than tho o tali county commissioners bullovo utah county should pay. Utah coun . has palu such special deputies ns ent out Willi shcriif Ilenry East and ,.s weie later scut out by tho county oummissloiiors on request of Sheriff iMist, except n number of olllccrs u om diacrcut cities in tho county .md county olllccrs, who volunteered iiiclr services, ana hnvo presented-no ollis. Somo of theso say they would not go for pay, but were willing to go and render whatevor assistance thoy could. Tho county has also paid oxpouses for provisions, auto hire, etc., connected with sending tho Utah county men to the front, in all about $500. It is not considered likely that Utah county will willingly pny any inore than this; but tho question will bo discussed ut tho meeting to bo held on tho 6th. County Atty. 1. E. Wllloy of Snlt Lako, and County Atty. Qrnnt C. Uagley, ot Utah, will bo at tho mooting to givo tho benefit ot legal upfnlons. o If a man starts to pay Ills dobts, it puts a row of men a half mllo long In motion, each one starting to pay his. It may bo that you aro tho man in tho row that has stopped tho mo tion. If ou owo anyone pay up. o MAKERS OF HIGH GLASS MONUMENTS. THFi DEMAND OF THE DAY IS TTAT A CONCERN HE JUDOED DY tl'3 PRODUCT AND NOT BY WHAT V CLAIMS FOR ITSELF. A CAREFUL INSPECTION OF OUR PRODUCT WILL CONVINCE YOU OF I'lIE FACT THAT WE ARE MAKER8 OF HIOH-CLASS MONl'MBNTS. VALUE THAT CAN NOT BE PROVED, HUT HAS TO HE IMAG INED, IS A DELUSION. YOU CAN SEE REAL VALUE IN EXCESS dF THE COST IN DEE8LEY MONU MENTS, the mail orade'Tdf the MATERIAL IN THEM, THEIR COR RECT DESIGN, CAREFUL WORK MANSHIP AND IJEAUTY ARE CLEARLY APPARENT. YOU DO Nbr HAVT TO STRETCH N'OR STRAIN TOUR IMAGINATION TO REALIZE THAT UEBSLEY MONU MENTS HAVE EVERY QUALITY AT THOROUGHLY RELIABLE MONUMENTS OUGHT TO HAVE. THEY ARE BEAUTIFUL AND STAND THE TEST OF TIME. NOW IS A GOOD TIME TO SEE US ABOUT THAT WORK YOU WILL WANT ERECTED BEFORE DECORA TION DAY. WKESLEY MARBLE & (SHAN1TE WORKS BY THE TABERNACLE PROVO, UTAH. All Thoso Wishing "Jarnntions, Ferns and Houa Plants or Floral Desirjns for Funerals Call Up PLEASANT GROVE FLORAL 00. PHONE 6MV. WE DELIVER PROMPTI Y WANT a3 cepteu ut ti.o mie u. ., u M each lnscuu.1, i.,,, ," .'''K an tui.ee. inuuMiuud iiU,e ,,BlU' using tins column, j,, " ioi nine teult. " 'jf ,t lAitu uuuuy ioar i.t-ignlB Bid ui..g, this papci, Mieil nBtW uniiB t to you o2 timea. ,Bcltfi ..ouib lais.-d Hull irTuTRi' L 0 U. Uudm.il I, Pleuaaut tiru.K.J ' OK SALE-Egga nndlrJB" iiioroughbrcd Burt OrnliH1011 u-ggB 00 cents for 13. Chicks liL-B' 'i" each. Mrs, Amanda Ross. uu.'W" rOR dAl'-CanarybnrkMtaCdl' iio.ii Uermiiny. w'titc ixViJSM ..uiutf, oguen ttah. uBiK CARPET WEATlNO-UyliJpBo" isciuou, 3lx and one-half blocli iB"11 oi linult ot Pleasant Orovc n!jV nl J4-J. ' V ,S c 1 UR SALE-Pure-bredlSidB'jf 10 per pair. Inquire of ftM btagg, Pleasant Grove, Utah. InBr FUR tiALE A few thousand JbJmM Cutubert raspberries, 60 ctnuH ', uunured. Joseph Hilton, liB Urove. M j0 .-OR BALE-Whlte Leghorn e(B!!i setting; 8Cc per lo. M nB, uouicb, JLehl, Ulan. iHlm JMhl iiUiiLbf CASH PRICE pajTiH eggs, iMJUiiry, vein and hides. Er . piiuno chai.ea Lortou, LchL ltKda uiv aALfa-ilutf Orpington eMrn uuichius, ID for $1. u ilte for kB111 on incubator lots, lieu MoIIlt, UiBck U.mencuu Fork. ,M .VilTE ORP1NGTO.N EOOslorliBv, ing, lo for $1. Mrs. S. W. BV . uehl. VJ'l ; , JBl . UR SALE Fine little pigs. Inqiwft) ot Mr. Anders Pehrson of HlttLBT Box 9. IH HERE'S A BARGAIN ; 100 acres of land In Millard xBtn near county seat; all fenced dBBr urokon up. A proposition Is MfflV, loot to bring water out of the ScflBj9'' river to irrigate several tbowpfto ucros ot land lu tho same vlclnlteflBMet 100 acres ot land Is located. . Will soil half or all at reasons! ( ngures, or will trndo for propenjBB , i ho north end ot Utah county. ltflM, lercstcd call or write this oUke,AiaW ican Fork, Utah. '9A; rilOROUOIIBRED BulT0rpme Eggs for letting. Fine InylmtlBBJ S. U. Snider, American Fork. :MflHr FOR WHITE LEGHORNEOCgB'' Vorn Walker nt American Foitttm, op; l touting. . 9M FOR SALE CHEAP A good V machine. Mrs. Annie Orccn. VjW HONEY FOR SALE CnllnttheiiBm lean Fork Tithing Office snd 30ii.o of that good honey to htaflW pluce of fruit, which Ib nor VB gotie. . aWB FOR SALE OR TRADBrlvliIsbB' Iuqulro M. H. Pool. 9j FOR SALE Thorougli-brcd btB Plymouth Rock eggs; dOc Wm ting. Cnlvcrt Haslor, Lehl, Utah-91 CHICKENS WANTED Will WB highest cash price and call forBJ Ebblo Chrlstnuscn, Lehl, Utah. FMbIJ 134-W. ffljl PAPERHANOING If you vvantinM Job of pnperhanglng done, get ( .Tnckson, west of Smuln's DxHJ Acadomy, Lehl. pH I painting! of all kinds ' Buggies and AutomobiijB House Painting, IntcpffJJ U mining and JJeeorntinJBi fciign Writing ami ScenerfJ Painting; also CalcimiruDjJJ and Paper Ilanging. M work guaraiiiced. H M. M? DUKE M Linden, utfJ A proof of the puthlmsW the tasting. Givo mo a tiuBJ and you will lio sutisfied. ABSTRACTS-! lBUoii't ncgleit the title to yuur propertj. You may i"'1 l0,!!!.'H or secure a loan, and bo lu a hurry, and something turn up ng with your title at tho last minute, nnd tho deal fall through- "" meaiiM Ihnh of money, possibly (lie loss of jour Inline. Wo :0",,,(itj yptl of Insttiurph whcro parties had to go Into court lo clear tno w B .to the homo thoy thought vvns thclr's, hecauso oi waiting a few " toqjlong, Court cents nro cnarniDiiji. , ,ourBl Whon you got mi abstract insist on your real estate agent on" H banker getti g It of us. ' PalrnnUo one of the Iio)n from J""r " pail of Iho couiitr. . . Irr, When you want Inforiniillou wrlto us, or 'phono us. 'V ...ifluiBi jou right. Wo are on tho Job nil tho lime, and ready and a", ,,. to help you get Information from County Records Eight ycnrhrti porloiwo lu the recorder's onion fnialllles iih to make aiWK KP'r" and make reliable nliBtract promptly and arcinalol). UTAH TITLE COMPANY I Ii. Il.Tlionio.Mitr. - HI '