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H ' AMERICAN FOIIK GITIHB gATTnDASEPTE.NmER 5 ,1014 --. IK AMliUICA.N POKE (JITIZU.N K A PR0URKBS1VE INDEPENDENT PU11LICATI0N IB SUIIHCUIPTIO.N ft One Year .T....J1.G0 Mm feix Mouth oc m OMeei Opposite Tabernacle. Phone So D Uotered as Sacouu-Claai Matter at HP PoitoBc at Amaiicau Fork, Utah. IK U W. OAISFOUU Manager H S. W. HOBS Editor 1 1 Important Changes On IE Salt Lake Route He I Urolith Trains Id Coiiiu Through j Utah Vullcjttlll Also Mvvt Inter. HK urbuu Rules. 9mm Time ctirdB wore IbhuuiI yoatcrday jH , by the Suit Ltiko Ituute unnouncln Hf the withdrawal of tntltiH fi:i nrnl 01 Kj und directing two through trains bo- H ' tweeti Salt Luke City and Los Ango- K;j leu, to come through Utah valley. K I The changes are effective tomorrow, K;i Arter today No. 01 lenvea Salt l.ako H City at 8 p. in. and nrrhca In Lehl K at 9:30, American Fork at H.US and B. Pleasant Grove at 9MG p, in. No. (!-', H returning from Nophl, arrives at K PleuHimt Grovo at 4:34, Amerlean mW Fork at 4:41 und Lchl ut 1:47. No. m l'J, a through train, leavcH Salt Lake H City at 8:40 a. m., urrlvcH In Lehl at H, S):&o, American Fork at U:G5 and H' PleuBunt Grove at 10.01 a. in. He- ! turning No. ' arrives In Pleasant H'1 Grove ut 4:C0 a. in., American Fork B' ut 4:07 und l.ehl ut 0:04. Hj No. 2 will stop on n ling, und No. MW 19 will stop to let pusuungeru off, und Mm will stop ut American Fork to MMl tako on paBBongors (or points south m of Yynn Junction. Bj Youterday another Important Mm change was announced by both K the Suit Luke Houte und the D. BS. &. II. O. roads, to the effect that they B will meet the rates established by thu BV Urem road between Salt Ltiko City B' und Provo. Tho rates between Salt BZ' '-"ko City and other eaBtern and Bj southern points will nlBO necessarily B, hnvo to be readjusted. It Is also un- B dorstood that tho steam roads will BJ also qui their freight rates to meet mm: those of tho electric line. H. o Ej Stake Fair Notes Bj-, BJi . Slock Exhibits to be a Ft-ntiirc at .11. I. A. Fair. Hi Df At tho Thursday evening meeting B of tho M. I. A. Fair Committee, it was Mj decided to glvo space to advertisers jfin frco of charge if they will agree to jjli put In "neat and uttractlvo displays 9L of their wares. Tho Committee feels 4V1J JuBtlfled In taking this step upon the n? UBBurnptlon that tho attractiveness of In I tho fair will bo greatly enhanced If BR ovory Inch of space is well occupied. g3 Merchants, innniifncturnrs, fruit JSJR growors, furmors, dairymen, etc. aS ' Some of tho best Bpoco In tho fair 9 building it ut your dlsposa if early hB application Is made. Apply to Junius HI Pailks tit Lchl, stntiug tho amount of SB apace you can prolltably use. A horso and cattle show will bo DH held in connection with tho fair, Frl EB day aftornoou for horscB and Sntur B day afternoon for cows, September B 25 and 2C respectfully. "Owners of B good cattlo and horses are invited to M exhibit at tho fnlr Competant M judgos will bo In utteudnuco to rate ra tho anhnuls and ribbons will bo KB awarded tho winners. The entire mm fair season will bo thrown open to SSI owners of flue hogs and chickens. aW This prcsouts u good opportunity for Uff exhibiting tho fine stock In tho Alpine BV Stako and those having animals of IjH any kind which they would like to llBj, exhibit aro referred to Wllford Warn. jjl ick of PleOBant Grove, supervisor of iJK the aulmal department. Iff. Tho fair this fall wil be, by all KM odds, tho greatest event that has over RE-. como to this end of our county, and Br will bo patrouzed by thousands of OK people. AdvortlBcrs should not full B to take advantage of this splendid op Hi portunlty. ant . u Bfl. JB&-, Ilunnnuy nt American Fork BI Thoro wns u runoway yoBtorday IfW aftornoou with u team driven by Alex JH Sykcs. Mrs. Nell Kcarus also was In HIF tho buggy. Tho fifth wheel broke, JJV which let tho front wheels looao, Vt throwing tho occupants headlong to Btr. tho ground. Sykcs was dragged bov- H''l Pra ro(l8 n,ul ,,lu team, iir It dashed around a corner fell on tho pavement, breaking tho buggy tongue and smashing tho wheels. Better Babies On The Farm Jin 10 fount) iilili'i IlelhK Knlcrcd hi the Dull) Context at L'tuliN Slate l'nlr 'I his Year (-rent Free llarlic cue Heaiitlfiil Prizes for Country tjiieeiiM 11111I JIalil of Honor. With scores of workmen thronging .ho grounds und every whero a whirl jf strenuous preparation In evidence, arrangements are going ahead rapid ly ut Salt Lake for Utah' beBt and nlggest nnd llvest State Fair, October Ird. to 11th, Inclusive. Now comes President J. G. McDon ald of the Fair Association with the announcement thnt "liettor Ilablcs on our Farms" Is the slogan of tho baby contest department this year and that iho word has gone out to every nook and corner or tho stato urging our women to enter their dimpled young sters In the baby contest at tho State Fair this year. "Utah's best (and healthiest and prettiest babies aro tho babies of our farms and country towns," declares President McDonald. 'Kvciry mother with n pretty baby ought to write to Secretary Horace Knslgn, of tho Vtah State Fair Asso ciation of Salt Lake, and ask for In formation ut once about entering her bnby In the contest." Fifty dollar silk gowns and beauti ful gold watches aro among tho prizes already secured by tho State Fair As sociation as prlzcB to tho queens of tho counties of the stuto and their maids of honor In tho great "Carni val of the Counties Pageant," to be held Monday night of Fair week. Counties all over the stuto nro nl ready arranging for tho solcctlon of tho iiueous and maids of honor to represent them. An innovation this yenr at the Fair Grounds will bo-u great freobarbequo Monday afternoon. Grent boevcB will bo cooked by expert barbeque cooks and the thousands or spectators on tho grounds Monday afternoon will bo feed free by the barbeqilo olllclnls. High Schools Have Auspicious Opening Lehl jiiiI America Fork Clmmente .Monday Pleasant Wrote a Week Later. All Is now In readiness for tho, commencement, of tho Alplno High Schools next Monday morning, ex cepting Pleasant Grovo which will commenco'a week later. Indications point to tho most successful and 1 largely attended year in their histor ies. A circular has been sent out to nil prospectivo students during tho past week by W. Karl Hopkins, Chas. W. Whltokcr und Jomes H. Walker, principals of tho Lehl, American Fork and Pleasant Grovo schools respectfully, Tho circulars dlvldo tho courses of study Into live groups, In either one of which tho student may major, which brings tho High School very closo to the people. Tho principals tiro very desirous that tho parents help In selecting tho group In which tho Btudont chooses to major. fourho of Study by Groups GROUP I. IliiK'IMt, l.aiii,'iiUK', Literature, .Music Knglish, a, b, c and d 3 units Kngllsh Literature ' unit American Lltornturo Vi unit Gorman, a and b 2 units Elocution, a und b 1 unit Music 1 unit GROUP II. Mathematics Algebra, 11 1 unit Piano Geometry 1 unit Algobrn, b V& unit Solid Geometry V& unit GROUP III. Science Physics 1 unit ChemlBtry 1 unit Agriculture, a and b 'j units Physical Geography Vd unit Physiology y. unit Botany and Zoology 1 unit GROUP IV. History und Social Science jouorul History limit Modem History l unit American History and Civics.. 1 unit Economics u. unit iuerlcan Citizenship unit GROUP V. . p Arl, Industry unit Commerce 1 Domestic Science, a und b....l unit Domestic Art, a nnd b........l unit Mechnnlc Arts, n nnd b. 1 unit Accounting , 1 unit Typewriting Vj ""I1 KvpliinntioiiH Upon entering school, tho student will cHoobo, under the direction of his parents and tho principal, tho group In which ho desires to major. Sixteen units nro required for grail uatlon, and must bo distributed as follows: Thoso majoring In Group I. must present six units rrom Group I. one unit from Group II, one unit from Oroup III, threo units from aroup IV, and one unit from Group V. Thoso majoring In Group II, must furnish four units from Group 1, threo units from Group II, threo units from Gioup ill, two units from'Group IV, nnd one unit from Group, V. Thoso inujorlng In Group III, must furnish four units from Group 1, two units from Group II, ftvii. units from Group III, two uults from Group IV, nnd one unit from Group V. Thoso mnjorlng In Group IV, must furnish 11 vo units from Oroup 1, one unit from Group II, two units from Group III, four unit from Group IV, und one unit from Group V. Those majoring in Group V. must furnish threo units rrom Group I, one unit from Group II, three units from Oroup III, two units from Group IV, und four uiilto from Group V. Tho ndvnntoges pointed out In at tending the Alpine District High Schools are: It costs less to attend a home In atltulion than It docs to attend one elsewhere. It keeps money In circulation at homo which would otherwise go to build up other cities. The local Institutions nro accredit ed high schools of tho Stnto Universi ty and Agricultural College, their credits being accepted nt faco value by nil higher Institutions of learning In tho United States. Tho classes are not so crowded ns ut Inrger Institutions, and tho stu. dents, thorefore, get more Individual attention from Instructors. tly patronizing a homo high school you mako It posslblo for hundreds of young people to get n High School training who must either be, educated at homo or not cducutcd at nil. ALPINE NEWS NOTES Mr. C. C. Hackctt hua gono to Idaho presumably to 11 ml n suitable placo In which to Uvo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Strong nro the proud parents of a little daughter. Miss Oru Hackctt is spending some tlmo In Lehl, with her sisto, .Mrs. Junius Hanks. Mrs. Sam Uateman and children of Lehl, have boon tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDanlel for a few days. September 1st, Mrs. C. C. Hackctt and daughtor, Maud, very plonsantly entertained nt a birthday quilting Mudumes May Nash, R. Y. Nash, It. C. Rowlands und Miss Violot John son of Provo, while Miss Margaret entertained Miss Mildred Fullmer of American Fork. Tho 8. S. Theological class met nt tho hbmo of Mr. Darnell Vnncol Monday evening, and enjoyed a very ploa8nnt social tlmo. Mr. Vanco lcaveo shortly for a mission to tho ISouthorn States and 11 benefit ball will be given in his honor in tho Amusement Hall Thursday evening. Miss Ida Moylo entertained Miss Violet Johnson of Provo, nt her homo Sunday nvenlng. Tho Primary Association held tholr llfth Sunday night meeting In the Ward House, nt which a very good program was given by tho little folks (o a largo nnd appreciative nudlouco. Mr. und Mrs. Juntos 10. Moylo hnvo returned homo after visiting In Spnu Ish Fork, during tho Home Coming week. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Hansen, who' at tended the Home Coming celebration nf Spanish Fork, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs, Robert Vincent In Eu reka. Mrs. Parley Moylo and children have been visiting for a few dayB with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moylo. o (I Per Cent .Mono (S Per Cent .Honey Loans may bo obtained for nny'inir poso on ncceptublo Real Kstnto'se curlty; liberal privileges; correspon dence solicited. A. C. AGKNCY CO., 75S Gas. Elec tric Building., Denver, Colorado; 440 Phelnn Building, San Francisco, . Yellow complexion, pimples 'nnd dlsllgurlng blemishes on tho faco'or body ran b6 gotten rid of by doctor ing the liver, which Is torpid IIBR 11INE Is a powerful ller corrcctnnt. It purines the system, stimulates tho vital organs and puts tho body In tlno vigorous condition. I'rlco COc. Sold by Win. Thornton. $1000 A DAY Your Company pays One Thousand Dollars a day taxes . Not only in September but every day in the year .., ; r " Last year the total amount of our taxes was $386,664.00 -' The Bell System has paid over Eleven Million Dollars for taxes in the last twelve months This money all goes for the support of the City, County and State - It goes to keep up the Schools, Highways and Public Buildings Every dollar of it goes for the people's benefit "Who would pay these taxes if the Government owned the Telephone Syslem The Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Co. "The Corporation Different" NOTICi: OF ASSESSMENT NO. l. Sihcr Flat .Mining nnd .Milling Co. Principal place of business Ameri can Fork, ttali. Notlco Is hereby 4icn, that a meeting or thu Direc tors or tho above named company, held on tho 27th day of August, PJ14, assessment No. 2'J, or $1.00 per 1000 shares, (ono mill per share) wns levied on the capital stock or tho cor poration payable Immediately, to J. dw. Bennett, nt his oltlcc, American Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this assessment remains unpaid on Octo uor Cth, PJ14, will bo dolliuiucnt nnd advertised for salo nt public auction and unless payment Is mndo before will bo sold Tuesdny, Octobor 20, 1914, ot 4 o'clock p. m., at tho olllco of tho Secretary, Amerlcun Fork, Uuh, to pay tho dolliuiucnt assessment to gether with tho cost of advertlBlng and expenso of sale. J. EDW. BENNETT, Secretary. u (n tho District Court of tho Fourth Judicial District of the State of Utuli. In and For I'tah County. Estnto of William C. Brown, deceased. .NOTICE TO CREDITORS Creditors will presout claims with vouchers to tho undorslgncd at her roflldonco In Pleasant Grovo City, Utnh County, Utuh, on or before Juu- unry 1st, 1015. Adn Brown Wright, Administratrix, hurvoy ClulT, Attorney. First publication Sept. C-Gt. o Now Ib thu tlmu to slug "In Rose Loaf Time." You will llnd It nt Brown's. g.tf Hannah Condor was uu American Fork visitor Wednesday. L. V. Richards of Benjamin, is visit lug friends In Pleasant Grovo. FOR SALE Pickling cucumbers. Call on R. Weeks, Pleasant Grovo WANT ADS Peach Crates for sale nt Mrs. D. C. Adamson's, Amcrlcnn Fork. 5-2t-pd Fresh extracted honoy ut Georgo F Shelley's, Phono 155-m. C-2t LOST Ono whlto how two years old, four rings In her nose. Notify J. E. Wudley PleuBunt Grove. 2i)-2t FOR SALE Two line, fresh Jersey milch cows. Enquire of E. II. Davis, Lehl. 29-2t Got your large, Juicy poachcB for put ting up at Georgo F. Shelley's. Phono lG5-m. PrlccB reasonable 5-2t LOST Thoro nro a fow keys to some of tho Tabernaclo doors missing. If uny of thu workman hnvo 1joh be longing to tho doorB, plcnso hand them to Ell J. Clnyson at Tithing Of fice, and greatly oblige tho commit tee. S. L. CHIPMAN, Clinlrmnn. FURNITURE FOR SALE On accout or moving awny we will sell pw of our furniture. Purtlculars-cal .Mrs. W. W. Southworth, Amerlci Fork. J1 FOR SALE 20-acro form In I'lcasii Grovo; also house nnd lot, ! Cheap. Apply to Fredrick Klchw HciiBuiil Groe. -'MM FOR SALE Small winter plckllrj onions,. II. J. Stownrt, Lehl 2 LAND FOR RENT 2a acres oa HW land; 30 shnres of Water. W. J Moylo, American Fork. iiA WORK WANTED-Day's work wushlng at home; ulso two gin would liko houso work. Apply ; Glbbs, second houso south of w Podro Station. i FOR SALE First class parlor or gnu, practically now A great tor gain. Call at Culmer's Hotel, Pk snnt Grovo. FOR SALH CHEAP-40 acres of Jj Just ubovo tho Bull lllwr " Cnll on Win. S. Gray, Lchl. THE WINDSOR HOTEL J25 South Main Street Salt Lalco City. Clean, quiet, co Jortublo and most centrally culod. Ilulos 70c to $1.50 I Be Independent and Trade With I The Wm. M. Roy lance Company Utah's Largest Independent Handlers v !We are now contracting for and want your Jefferson Plums, Apricots, Pears, Prunes - -Peaches, Apples, etr.r Come and see us now and arrange for your boxpc iviiw n.iik ntn im j , . .. .-..-. ' Be rea(y for Pf fruit, It won't wait for you"