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MAfflgnganArk Citizen 1
Thoi-'B8' AMKR1CAN FORK OITlZOtjl 8TIBI1AY. APRIL , mi "" " fl ""' - 13-. NUMU13R G2 fl '"''.. Greenwood , ' Issues Proclamation B. , ,, pc-lpiUcx M UVducsdii), n,"l ibrtt jrhof 1"". VlvnVv n.r. fl'-rumuaiit to tin- umml cuiilum of nil fl.,1 rcgulntf'1 cities, and In nccord- '"rcg ' fW . with the wishes of tho Amcrlcnn jKrk City Council, I, Knrl S. Orccn- p A,Htal Jmll Major of Amorlcnu Fork City, 2BX'rcby ik-slgnnto Wednesday, April ' c, I"- cicni"y," D,ny- T,",;t lhp c mfi Ifl ii may bo B'nerally observed I ret- IB lend that " eicl censo their V0flriilnary toll on this day and devote -"iHihflr t10 towiud cleaning up their ""lard MBtcf ami limi""B '" tlu' "ccumii IIvch. "HLdTrfusc a ml rubbish that Iiiih boon 'Bothering (hiring tho past year. It is . 8ltLoflfcslrcdltiat nil who own conveyances- V8'Wi, ,,! toaniB list- them for tho purpose ,,,, fltf carting any tho debris and traBh. i. i 4,B For those who Imvo no mcaiiB of haul- R Ming away the traBh the city will pro- u.ns ..,' tide a team In each wnrd and will haul rciiec y "lftt wlllch l8 (lo'108llcd on n'0 "Biuret hi ,,nc8. Those who wish tho r,lel how'H Krtlccs of tlio city reams will notify ntli8- iiBcity Road Supervisor Stoggol. "l. Ml& fl "Xotlilng better could bo done to fl mko our city n good place In which 11 ,0 Silt flo lire nml Improve Its sanitation than end a f(T g(,P t thorough cleaning up. I fl therefore loinniond CIcan-Up Day to fl the people of American Fork ns an r of J''- fl opportunity to make tills the 'City " ' r;.fl iiMUllful' of tho state. fl "Done nt my olllco this 8th day of nil r i 'fl April. 1914' "' Uke H "EARL 8. GRIJIJNWOOD, sP"''fl "Mayor." 'fl Ilesldcs liciug Clcau-Up Day man) Smuttf, H will observe It an Arbor Day and irt -tprfl fl beautify their plueeH by planting trees M:.fl and shrubbery. If the shipment of Oriental Syeamoro trees which have enter- fl I"1 ordered from tho casl to bo net Giinihfl out on each sldo of Center street nr- , '" rlies In tlnio, thoy will bo planted on rjr fl Arbor Day. This will Inaugurate u fl system tlint will mean that each street Jljrr,;fl '" the city will be lined with trees of , ?fl a similar specie and will go a long 'art oi, H W(tjr t0Wjtrd making American Fork 1 Mrt JM ihA "City lleaiillfiil" of (he stute. ;' Arlmr Day mid Clcitu-Up Day should -ifl "' '"luuliig of ii campaign Unit r ih.H lll win for thiH city (bo atntn prize , ,, ' T.fl that Is being offered by the Utah Pe rn r, 'H relopmeiit League. Sf j A YounrMotliapDies - iifl the fl Mr. M'liirlie Cousins Olson Hurled )ay," fl Monday. ' the fl -v anc- fl Impressive funeral services were omi fl held Monday afternoon from (he Sco- col- fl on(l Wnrd meetlnghouBo over the re- ral fl mains of Mrs. Dlniiclie Cousins Olson, mi. fl ho died Saturday of blood poisoning at her home In Ulnghnm. Ulshop's Counsellor V. S. Chlpmnn presided, fl the building wns illlcd with sym- Whizing friends and the floral trl m butes were many nnd beautiful The Breakers wcro J. II. Davis, Clifford K. m Iouiir and Thomas Mroadbout. Mil- slcol numbers were furnished by a duct by Ilemlco Crnndall mid Norma yfl ,n":e: holo, Hernlco Crandall; duet, M Jcrn nml i:iva Chlpmnn, and solo, .1. M II. DavlB. ifl lr. Olson was born In American r ; Jurk, Sept her 28, 1880. Sim wns , ;:m baptized Into the Mormon church at H 8 years or nB. Ten years ttgo she , ns married to Alma Olson and Iiiik ,H made lllnghnm her home since. Hlu s sunlu-d by her mother, Mrs. Will I :H lam Cousins; u buBband, threo clill- i 'H "rcn. two girls and one boy; uunierous fl f0'0118 and u host of friends, who fl i mour" llcr l,)Bs. Tho out-of-town pcoplo to nttend th ifl u ru. Wero x,rs- lly Joih'b, Mr. nnd m Ms I)ald Adanison, Mr. and Mrs H Vt r?w A,umHoii, Mr. and Mrs, Olson, H "' lio,uSy s,pKgols or Hull Luke City, fl i ".'."l Mrs- Fr,"'k Olson of Illugbam and Mr David .Firmngo of Lehl, INDIAN WAR VETERANS. OrtleciH i:i.(.,., for jjie Xc.vt 'I'wo . H Veiir.i. - ,H u lle nieellng or the Council of Aaioliilatriitlou of (he State Soolety or 'ho I tub Indian War Veterans, hohl In m lt I .like city, Siitiirduy, the follow- Ins olllcers weic elected for the next two j ears: Conimnndor-ln.Chlor-J. m. West wood, Sprlugvllle. 8l Honloi- Vleo Comiimudur- It. N itn,.. nett, Simjieto County. i, ,V.l"'(r..VUi Commander- Virgil Kelly, Mlllnrd Countj, h Inmg I, Pratt of Amerlean Fork, Llah.HoiiortbelateM. h. 1'rntt, who served as adjutant Kenernl until ha death, was elected adjutant general. tjuarlei master General Ceorce ( Immbert, Salt Lake Cltv. CJiiiplnln-N. C. Murdock, lli-ber. Uiorlatcr--George Harrison, Sprlng- The folliiwliin were elected to serve as u Pension Committee -J M. Wcst- wRn1" 'fl11', 0oorGO C ''ambiTt and William 11. Howard It was ununlniously decided not to hold a state ciiinpflro this year, ion tjuaitermaster General George C Lambert gave st written repoit of the llnanelal condition of tho or ganization, Bhowlng the money ie celved and dlspursed Tho report was passed upon ana accepted ub reported Several teportH wero made and re ceived by tho association nnd man) ciuestlonn of Impoitanco to tho Indian war Veterans were discussed - u Live Stock Show-Tuesday All Is Itciiilj for (he Lhe .Sluek Slum for (lie .Will L'ml of Utah t'oiintj. NeM Tuesday, April 11, the live stock show which the committee Imvo been working bard to make success fill, takes place at American Fork, In which the entire north end of the county is Invited to participate. Tho committee having thu affair In charge has woiltcd energetically to make the show u success. Tho object of the show Is solely for tho purposo or piomotlng (he raising or bettor live Block, it most Important thing In our section, and the commit tee bespeak (hehenrly support of the .people. Competent judges from the Agricul tural College of Utah and tho t'nltcd States Department of Anlmnl Industry will bo on the grounds to pass upon tho merits of the stock exhibited nnd make the awards, and no fee will be charged Tor the entrance of stock. Following Ib tho program In brief for the day Everybody turn out and make tho day one of pleasure ami pi oil t. All llvo stock to be on the show grounds in (lie tear or the American Fork Co-op at U a. m., at which time Judging ot beer and dairy cattle will begin. "At U::)u nMu!HorsUvphrndo un-Mnlii Btrcct, led by' the Amcrlcnif Fork Sli ver Hand. Immediately after the parade Judg ing of llvo stock and awarding of rib bons to continue. At 'i p. in. Dnsohnll game ami other spoits at City Park. At b p. in. Lecture by President Hen It. Eldredgo or the Stale Dairy men's association. There will also be a big social and dance In the Apollo Hall in the evening. Orem and Armstrong Visit American Fork liileriirlmu In He Completed to I'nmi nnd Lleelillled b) .lime. Messrs, W, C. Orem nnd W. It. Arm strong, president and iiBslstuut gen eral manager, respectively, or the Orem road, were in Amcrlcnn Fork, Wednesday, on u tour or inspection. They went on to Provo in an auto in the afternoon. They wero eulogistic over the reception which was being nccoided tho now load by tho cities In Utah county. Over I-.O0H people attended confer ence over the Interurban, lit or whom went from American Fork. The gen tlemen said that the road would be pushed south to Provo fast aB possible. That the load would bo electrified booh iib the division to Provo wiib completed, which would probably be early In Juno Surveyors wcro In town lining up Btnkes whom the elect rh poli'H would be placed, and In u few days the IioIcb for receiving them wtjuld be dug and the poles put in place. Mrs W. C. Orem and sou accom panied the party. iiii ia i mi iwn Important Strike Made In the Canyon Hiullcj Hi os., Lessees of Old Millar 'line, Open Ore Hody Tkat I'roiiiNet to Ithnl Famous T.vng. Hros. Strike. Ned Wild, lluit Durrani nnd Ike Wadiey enmo down from tho American Fork canyon mines this week with the' good news that tho Wild Dros. wcro following a nlco vein of hlgh-grado oro In the Dutchman mlno nnd thut tm7 Wndley Uros,, ivbo hnvo been follow ing a good looking vein All winter In the old Wyoming mine on Millar Hlllr had opened a deposit of lead carbonate, ore (hat piomlsed to outrival tho big strike made by "llio Tyng Dim In tho same property aovcrnl yenrs ago, and which made thcin wealthy nnd inde pendent. The Wndlcys havo been working nil winter in what Is known as tho rock tunnel In mi entirely different pnrt of tho mlno from where Hio Tyngs made, their Btrlkc. When tho Tyngs gave up their leiiBo they left a Bmnll Btrln gcr or good looking rock exposed. Soon as the Wadleys secured their lease on tho property thoy commenced rollowliiK this Btrlngor nnd Imvo nt Inst been rowarded. They already have several hundred buckB of hlgh-Kiadc oro on tho dump, and while down (his week Mr. Wndloy placed an order for 1,000 moro sacks. Isaac Wmlloy, the senior member of tho llrm or Wndley HroB., is a rosldent or Pleasant Grove nnd hns followed mining with Iml nt. success for most of bis life all aft his varied career ho , apt up tho true prospector's optlmlBm and nlwnys snld that he would strike It yet. Mr Wild said that ho nnd associates hnvo been working most of tho winter' on u small stringer and hnvo about one carload or ore waiting for the melting snows to permit a shipment Recently (hey commenced following nuolhcr stringer, which leads under what Is known us tho Wild stopo, nnd which yielded n number of flno ship ments somo time ago. The now strike, whllo not of mnmmotli proportions,! given excellent promise of opening' into a larger body than wns cncouiu tered in tho 3tope twenty feet ubovo. j Mr. Wild snys that the snow Is yet four feet deep and very solid In front of his cabin on Dutchman Flat. Wblltf tbore Is no snow on the canyon road, iih fnr as Deer Creek, tho wagons cult, only get as rar as Viiii'h Dugwdy; However, he thinks (hat within tW next thirty days conveyances will m able (o get all tho way up, when sMm mcntH ot, orowlll boconuucncedlJBI oiio of thetbuslesl'8casbii8 lirlliCcW yon'8 history will bo opened. ASSESSED VALUATION SHOWS BIG INOREASE ii - County Assessor I A. Smoot has completed the nstsCHsmcnt rolls for I'tah county nearly a month ahead of any prevloim year or any other county In the state, Tho valuation this year shows a very marked Increase over UUlt, the amount ot Incrcaso being $:u;s,lli!. Take into account tho fact that last year one of tho big construc tion companies was operating up Spanish Fork ennyon and wns assessed and also tho Utah Power ft Light com pany and the Mountain States Tele phone company was assessed here, makes this incrcaso all the moro grati fying to tho people of this section. TIiIb report only bIiowb what tho as sessor has to assess and not what the state board of equalization IInch the valuation for. They fix tho assess ment on neaily all corpornto property. Hero Is the Biimmary of the assessed valuation: Farm lands J.1,553,:iU Town and city lots 1.463.0C0 Total real estate 5.01C,3SU Improvements 3,1 i:i.(S0 Total real estate ami Im provements $8,l!iy,lKH) Llvo slock 770,870 Total personal propel ly... S,(J0O,G87 Grand total $Il,8iU,H7 o CAMX(J F.UTOHV.MmiM.'. There will bo a meeting for nil the citizens held in the City Hull Mondny evening to listen to ropoits of K H. Hawkins and W II. Chlpmnn, who vis Ited Piovo and Sprlngvlllo and in spected the canning pliintB there Definite, plans will be inuilo legaid Ing the establishment of a canning plant here, and everybody Is Invited. I APOLLO HALL H Itenu Vane-, .Miiiiager. I TUESDAY EVE., APRIL 14, 1914 Tho livo .Stock iSIiou will be t'oiu'ltidcd by I A BIG SOCIAL TIME and DANCE fl iMAKI'i TIII'J 1'VU, DAY ON 10 OK PhMAKIMtM. Al'u-r enjoying the tiny in hporlH, vv don'l I'nil io iillt'iiil (ho ibuico in H't' t'vciuiiff. a H t our IrioiulH will bo (horo. I DAM'INll KM I INS AT HsUll I'UOAIPT. I POPULAR MUSIC BY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA I PICKETS 00 CENTS EXTRA LADY 10 CENTS pRETGlTfSl t The Chipman Mercantile Company of Ameriicn Fork 11 H fl- " Ariuilviiys on tho. nlort lo snl isfy Ihoir uusloinot'S. Wto Wf- ThoTMiavo i ho ulvnnosl, tho busl cquipnotl trnd most wk L up-to-dnto store in tho county. Chcoso tmd buttor " Wi; " ki'Pt wny from Ilios. Aleats in rorrigorutor. No k H Hi tusto of oil. No inusly tuslo. No runic odors from t -H K o"1, goods, livery thing clonnly. Yo try lo got tho r &' ' 1ES Rr ,M'sl brundu and tho best goods, nnd wo guarantee " jflj Vf,' ' ptM'I'oct sitlisfnction. m BE.; J'ooplo generally nro particular in what thoy eat R Hs lo v H Crcali and clean. Wo guarnntco both. . ' "' 91 WEl Now for u, ,,'oc 0 if t Every married lady that JBj HnKfri ' w'111 vi's,t our Qvocery Dopartmcnl next week, com- Wm K$t". monoing Monday, April 13, to Saturday, wo will , , , '.M fl ' S,vu iu'r " 'nrK(5 omi of Stollworclc Cocoa, equal lo r 'JBi ESp . "" f()o can elsewhere, for 'irtc, and present her Freo PJg H oiio JOe. iMtckage. You will got the 10c packago ' ' rf n,- whether you buy anything or not. Yo want lo in- 5W Kg troduco "STOIiliWHKOK" Cocoa, "Gold Brand," . , .'.,l mm mjfitL "nd Imvo docitled to givo every married lady ono Wmi B' cake PKKjIO that visits us next week. ' mm fl: llg REvery woman welcome Come before it is all gone Sill Bf"f ) Hum! AT 'film fci See Our Window Display I ii Khipman's Big Red Store I i A Tit K AT Foil ALL TOMCHT. Tonight, Saturdny, only, at fho Op era House, fho Unit series of twelve pictures In thrco reels, "Tho Unwel come Throne" or "The Adventures of Knthlyn." These pictures are pro uouncod by thoso who have seen them to-be, tho. best yet. Did You See It I Start Are You One Of Them Only Three Weeks More The Fight Is On IT GROWS INTERESTING 'To the Victor Belong the Spoils" Who Will Be Victor? ' 10 Votes With livery Cent of Your Purchase TODAY Work for the Number You arc on WM. THORNTON IDruffffist Power & Light Company Records Great Mortgage ricduch All 1'roperlj to Secure Issue of 100,00(1,000 In llomlN. MoHkukp to secure a loan of $1(11, 000,000 was filed In the Bait Lake county recorder's olllco this week by the I'tah Power t Light company In favor of the Guarantee Trust company of New York ami William C. Cox nil trustees, This Is the largest amount over covered by a mortmiKO ever tiled In tho stato of Utah. The mortKUKo covers every Item of propei ty owned by tho company, In cluding nil ItH power plants in Utah and Idaho, wator rlnhts, pipe Hues, traiismlssiou Hues, rights of way and other properties. The work to bo done with the money to bo raised by a bond iusuo under the mnrlK'iKO Is not mentioned in tlm iiiort;i;o, but it Is understood that the company is by lliln method lliiaiicliiK its gigantic scheme of operating elec tric railroads and power pioposltlomi. In an ofllclal statement I' II. Knw yer, general manager of the Utah I'ovvor Ac Light company, said. "The Utah Tower & Light compnny is Just completing extensive. Improve- j WwE uiontB on tho various proportlci ac- ' j rMM tj u I red nnd now has a total rated capa- ., nfuk city of over 100.000 horsepower, with 1 1 WlH about 2,000 miles of transmission and j ffis distribution lines, and nerves a largo 'fills portion or tho power and lighting load 1 flWk In thin section of tho Inlcnnountnln f IH country. Tho company's market Is ;to well diversified, Including power for '( J,' SS milling, Irrigation pumping, sale to W. jk distributing companies, lighting, do- ''tflfl mestlo purposes, etc., which lends to ffifl uniform Income from sales. KfUK "A large portion of tho proceeds -MlUp from tho sale of thoso bonds will bo MG5S1 used for tho retirement of fho short bJIub lime notqa put out by tho Utah Sccurl- tflK ties corporation for the original flnnu- flflf cUk of tho enterprise." sHV 4HRW DID YOU SAVK A.WTHINfll Mm Now that you are back from con- jB H ference nml had time to compare your lM K purchiises with homo goods, do you ,:Zi &( think you havo saved very milch? 2aP You realize, of course, that nil thu m fi big stores or Halt Lake hnvo one big VuK rummago snlo every conference to IwIlK catch the country folks, and you pay S Mra plenty for tliolr goods, Just compare flB the goods nnd prices with those of 1H your home merchants and then get ffifflf "wise." MW I OPERA HOUSE I I A.1Ii:ill('A. rOIMt, ITAII. L. S. IIAIIUI.NUTOA, Mgr. 8fl ' tiik liouBK wiiumo you ai-rr wB YOUH FULL MONIJY'S WORTH. fll I ffimf TJII'J I'LACIJ OF COMFORT ANU SATISFACTION WvS , Wo have mi excellent program for tho coming week. Don't fall .19h to see It 'ni!JU .Mdiulii.i mid Tuchdn.v Mghlx, April l.'l nnd II .iii It Stints Out With the Kiilcm Drama, Two Reels 'flr HER HUSBAND'S FRIEND ifl j Must bo Seen to bo Appreciated. lwH j I'atho Drama, Untitled, I'ATIIi; NDLKLY Xo. .i. Vltagraph Comedy, B' Tin: (Jiiti, at tiii: Liixeii coi:nti:il ?fl ' - i)nB: Weilne.sdii) and ' itmIio Mghls April 15 and 10 'MWm ' Ulogii)i 'iraiinj, Two Reels liluW' I THE HOUSJ3 OF DISOORD IS Kdlson. Drama. Till: FIRST ( IIIMKTMAS. Vltagraph Comedy, UP Wmt S IN A IIALLOON mid I in: r,Li:i'IIA.TS AT WORK. vM I I'rldii) mid .Sutiiidio Mghls April 17 nnd 18 . r mm 1 Kssau Drama, Till: SfM'IRL'.S .MISTAK1.'. Lublu Comedy, JOHN: BIW 1 lir.VNY'S .MISTAIvi:. And-tlio Yltnm-apli Drama, Two Rools ?l Pl I THE GREAT GAME . Ij See this iiloudld Political Buttle between father and son. A I lift 3 lesson for I ft'ffl' n f '