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I? AMERICAN' rOiuiapZBN BATUMIa'v. fiP.,T,u,.,n ft ... , to J KH
II AMERICAN FORK.LOOALS
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I,; 'Mr, Will Thurmun of Provo, was
I hero on business Thursday.
1 lr. and Mrs. John Wngstaff spent
Wr Labor Day In Salt Lake.
Win. Chlpmnn nnd fnmlly tworo In
H; gall Lako Friday.
H' Mr. Alma Oloson left Friday Tor
'' storrs, Hah.
Hi Mr. Ft. NIcIhou made n .business trip
H1 to Salt Lake Thursday.
H A. Chlpmnn was In Bait l.ako Tlmrs-
M: Mrs. Minnie Adamsoii mid daughter
' went to Halt Lake Wednesday,
1 Mr. Fred Wright nnd sou, Herbert,
H left Thursday for, Idaho,
H Sam Wngstnff of Salt Luke was
i down Tuesday.
'
Mr, Wlllard Chlpniah was In Salt
H' Lake Tuesday on business.
I. A, W. Peterson was In Salt Lake
H Wednesday on business.
H Mr. Bernard Chrlstcuscn. Is In Den
H ver, Colo., on a week's btislncsfl trip.
H Messrs Clarence and Horncb Heck
I' ipent a few days this week In Salt
take.
H Prof. Charles and Mrs. Hopkins
i H ipent Thursday In I.ehr visiting roln-
t H
1 H Mr. Jack McKcnzIo or Garfield,
I 'Pent Thursday and Friday In Amorl
. H can Fork.
i H
. H Mr. Walter Slack has boon working
t on the I-ehl Intorurbati depot for the
- past week.
iw
H Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Jouc3 of Provo,
I are here lsltlng Mr. nnd Mrs. F. M.
nd Brown,
)t-
ill- J. W. Ovard left yesterday for Og-
I den, for a few day's visit with lela-
tires.
ntj I Bert Kaatn,0lul n"d wlfo of Provo,
ipent Tuesdny and Wednesday In Atn
ur" trlcan Fork.
86'
?on- I Mr. J. V. Mnnwlll nnd fnmlly moved
down from American Fork canyon
-lee- this week.
440
I Miss Josephine Snow of ,1'rovo,
ifant a few days this week In Am-
trican Fork.
j-J Was Anna Duko of Provo, spent
rl I Prt of the week hero vlslUmr vlth
Hits Sarah Parkor.
The locnl merchants received word
I Thursday ihnt sugar and Hour had
;vr dvanccd 25 cents.
Miss Edna George of Proo, was
I 'a American Fork Tuesday and Wed-
nesday visiting friends.
- I i,r. n. Watson of Salt l.ako was
In American Fork Thursday on btisl-
less. N
r3g I .Miss Annnboll Miller loft yofltcrdny
3 'ot Gunnison, whero she Intendr. to
- l(h "l0 coin,"K winter.
J'r. Mao Nlchloson of Salt l.ako
5SP3 '(tnt Wednesday and Thursday In
PJ3 Imerlcnn Fork.
I I Mr. Stanley Taylor of Provo, spent
-d Bnesdny And Thursday In Amerl
rfE3 Inn Fork.
I Robt. Pi actor loft on Wednesday
'or Mngrath, Cunada,' to ovoraeo the
.--i Burvest on his crops nt that place.
rP I Mrs. a. M. Taylor npont part of the
But M ero visiting with her pnronts
'f. and Mrs. John It. Hlndley.
:j3 I MIh FrnnclB Jolinson leaves Frldn
fT W' 8a't I-nke, where sho ,wlll nttend
Jt Ve University of Utah this, winter.
? !!"' Il011""1 Kor1 aiot to forc-
39 - or tho wo-'k In Provo, visiting
T parents, Mr. and Mm. John Hoi-
rr )!,tl- Wm " I'ool and dnughtor
'3& ?' ",ul B0- No"). ' of Hupor;'
WbJ "' I'ool,
I -Z& 1dv,mn8tt,r ' W. Ilohcrls and wife
i- KnlM"; I ' Wherry of Hlughnni
" dU; "80,,y ,,oro V,8"I"K Mr
-f5 Mr' ' T Shelley.
-S xt 8 I(lH "",1 Mn'l" Chip.
m'h f' ,?1n,, m-h. W. I). .Kdmondf
' .B g ;hr,8,08,ii motored to Salt
2 'e!J1Bay ,nor,,,B. rnturnluir In
0 ii'H
fJWl tef" '"..do a buslnftss jtr, .
- V U '"k" Wr,lnes,lny
kis. pr)
.-'owS,, K,C""(,t,, F,orK wnrc
? 'M m '""y d Thursday
MB of, s08,01 ,h . i. A i.-
i & - m, z ,;. wi..-,iny. The roi-
, ss m $a v rrHi wani ,,rn
yo.89 BhOnrr, Knvp ' l'fiforniancc
B P ca Uoui"" for hi, benent,
s
Miss Mao Gnrrr left yesterday for a
two wouks vncntlou In lduifo Fnlls.
to visit rolntUcs.
Uoports from Sail l.ako Is to tho
effect that nil hotels nnd rcstnurnnts
will raise tho price of meals next
wcok. The Increase -will be C to 10
conts on each meal.
Aiitillicw l.illlc lliibj (June
The nliieteon.inonths-old baby or
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wagotaff passed
away nt their homo Sunday oycnlng.
Four weeks ago tho little one was
taken down with whooping cough,
when later bronchitis and dropsy de
veloped. Tho funornl services wore hold
from tho rcsldcnco" Tuesday at 2
o'clock, BiBhop Jos. II, Storrs preald.
Ing. The spenkors were W. S. Chip
man, nishop Storrs and others. Mr.
John Davis rendered a solo, other
musical numbers were furnished by
tho Second Ward choir.
The Wagstaff family wishes to ex
press their appreciation to nil for the
klnduoss rendered during the illness
and fitter tho death of their llttlo one.
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Thirty Delegates To
County Convention
Loral Republicans Will do After
.Stale Senator and County Assessor
Nominate Justice and L'oustnblc
mi 'I Lied Precinct Oilicers and
Committee.
Republicans of American Fork held
their primary Thursday nlGht In tho
City Hnll, with John II. Wootton
chairman and J, L. Duukloy secre
tary. Thirty delegates and fifteen alter
nates woic elected to attend the Coun
ty Convention to bo hold at Lehl Wed
nesday, tho ll.th. It was voted that
American Fork go out for one State
Senator and the County assessor, and
tho delegates will meet tonight to
decide who they will nominate for
these positions and tho coursa they
will take In tho County Convention.
Following aro the names of the dole,
gates, alternntos, precinct committees,
chnlrinan and secretary, justlco of
tho peace and constable.
Uelegntes
F. M. Houston M. IL Fltzgernld
J. II. Wootton J. L. Dunkley
JC3S0 M. Wnlker Win. Mi'ler
S. L. Anderson Mlllndn Parker
F. M. Hrown John Wootton
J. R. Illndloy W. S. Chlpmnn
Kllshn Holey S. W. Chlpmnn '.
W. 10. Duncan Porcey Craven
John Hunter Washburn Preston
Jas. T. Gardner KmestChndwIck
S. L. Chlpman J. Trncey Wootton
Rood Gardner Mrs. S. Andorson
Mrs. W. Preston Mrs. Sndlo Uromlcy
Mrs. J. Iluntor Mrs. F. M. Brown
Mrs. It. Gnrdonr Mrs. J. 11. Hlndloy
Alternates
Thos. Ilroadbcnt Leonard Henrold
Win. Thornton Mrs. W. S. Chlpmnr
Wm. Flrmago Mrs. J. Iluckwnlter
J. F. Noyen Mrs. W. Thornton
L. Anderson Mrs. W. Chlpmnn
U W. Gnlsford Mrs. S. L. Chlpman
Joo Walton Mrs, B. Crookston
Mrs. I j. T. Shelloy
Precinct Chairman John Hunter;
Precinct Secretary, Joseph L. Dunk
ley. Precinct Justlco.John Hunter; Pre
cinct Constable, Wm. Duncan.
Precinct Committee
District No. 1 Ernest Cltndwlck
and Miss Mlllnda Parker.
District No. 2 F. M. Houston nnd
Miss I.b.zlo Thornton.
District No. 3 K. II. Holey and Mrs,
BenJ. Motnt.
District No. 4 Stephen L. Ander
son nnd Mrs. Willis Ilromloy.
Rumored Changes
In Opera House
Negotiations aro now In process ol
funniimntlon whereby Olio of the big
Salt l.ako City feature houses will
tako over thn inanngoniont of tho Am
irlcnn Fork Oprcn Houbo. It Is an
nounced that If tho 'deal goes through,
all tho big .thlngB seen In tho Btatc
metropolis will bo shown hero.
Wo' thought thnt It was genornlly
understood that both of tho local
play houses wero already running
hotter shows than moot houses wore
producing In Salt Lake City.
IAND WHEN
IIAVlNCi YOl'lt 1
WATOHTINKERED j
(ii:t it rixnn iikjiit.
MARTIN '
American Cork I
1
OMMMMHMMMPNMMMWPMMMMMSMNUi
Liquor Cass to
Be Trjed Again
Wuriciit of Arrest Issued Ycstcrdiy
Cluiritlii); jriiiinger of rnujo Club
Willi Maintaining n Niilsaucc
Justice of tho Pence, Adolphr, Niel
sen, yesterday Issued a warrcnt'of ar
icst charging one Thcodoro Nlclioles,
as manager of tho Granite ClujBjjIwUh.
malntnlnliig n nuisance, by reason of
his conducting a place whercjfquor
was sold contrary to law. ') y
It will bo remembered that certain
liquors wero placed on trlalaiul
found guilty In tho Dlstrlctourt,
and mnnngor Nlclioles wnu onJr '"
from conducting his bUBlne;"-'
any plnco within tho county, 'i :cw
consumed several days In thocourt
Mt Provo, nnd nil the evidence, given
there was token down by tbs court
reporter. It is this ovldenco that 'will
bo used to provo that tho plnco, which
was operated by Nlclioles, was 'n-mil.
Bnnco. -y
Tho Couuty 'Attorney says thcro. Is
no doubt but what tho ovldoncdls
sufflccnt to Bccuro n conviction, 'but
that of courso no ono can toll how a
Jury will look at it.
Tho dato for trial will be set later.
o i
Cider Mill
H. S. Rasmusscu has Installed, a
modern cldor mill nnd will do cus
tom work grinding apples Into cider,
charging $1.25 for 40 or CO gnllou
barrols. ' tf
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o NEWSY NOTES PROMo
o ALPINE. o
ooooooooooooooooooo
Mr. and Mrs. Nophl Moss of Idaho
Falls, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Moyle for a fow days.
A- dlsastrioiiB flro occurcd hero last
Wed which ontlroly destroyed tho
barn nnd sheds on tho promises of
Mr. J. H. Beck of Provo, nnd the hay
and grain stacks of tho tenant, Mr.
Win. Healey. X "
Mrs. J. R. Talmngo of Salt l.ako
City, Is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C.
Hnckctt.
'Tho district school opened here
Monday morning under tho supervi
sion of Principal Gcorgo Dubois, as
sisted by the following corps of
teachers! Mrs. Emellnc Dubois, Miss
Jonson nnd Miss Mary Catmull.
Mr. Darnell Vnnco loft Tuesday
morning for Salt Lako City, from
which plnco ho leaves Wednesday
evening for a mission to tho Southern
States. Sumlay ovonlng ho was pre
sented with n purso of $S1.70, conor
ously donnted liy the residents of the
ward.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Henley have a
llttlo sou nt their homo.
Mr. James C. Healey has tendered
his resignation as president of the
Y. M, M. I. A., and Mr. I-Mward Bur
gess was chosen and set apart to suc
ceed him by Stake Officers Banks nnd
Drondbcnt Inst Sunday.
.
Mr. and Mrs. Rns Russou of Lehl,
wero visitors In Alpine Sundny.
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Crying For Help
, r
Lots of It In Utah Couuty Hut Dull;
(ronlug Less.
Tho kidneys often cry for help.
Not another organ In tho whole
body moro delicately constructed.
Not ono moro important to health
Tho kidneys nro tho flltora of the
blood.
When thoy fall tho blood becomes
foul nnd poisonous.
Thero can bo no health'Whoro there
is poisoned blood.
Backacho Is ono of tho frequent In
dications of kidney trouble.
It Is often the kidney's cry for help
Heed It.
Rend what Doan's Kidney PI1I3
hnvo dono for overworked kldnoys.
Proof of morlMn tho following Lehl
stntcmout;
Mrs. Mary Adams, Fourth Kast SL,
Lehl, lUnh, says: "Doan'H Kldnej
Pills hnvo dono mo n world of good,
helping mo as nothing elso over did
I Was nuniioycd by kidney complaint
Tho .kldnoy notions wero very Irro
gulur. I took three boxes of Doni.'s
Kldnoy Pills and thoy made my kid
uoyn normal. I was strciigthoiiednnd
kldnoy complnlut wns c'omplotoly
driven from my system."
Prlco GO cents nt all dealers. Don't
simply nsk fpr a kidney remedy got
Doan's Kldnoy Pills tho snmo that
Mrs. Adams had, Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Props., Buffnlo, N. Y.
o
Now Is tho tlmo to sing "In Roao
LOaf Tlmo:" You Will tlnd it nt
Drown'B. S-tf
Edward B. Jones
snxixci ami civil i:nciim:i:
I. S. Hi'pulj' Mineral Hiinnjnr
Laud and Mineral Simuyhie
for Law suits a Hpeclnliy All
1 Work Guaranteed.
REPORT
So Mt-!? ,l'u1,n,,1,,k Commissioner ot ;
the feta o 0f Vtah ot Ulc comu r
, "h: statk ANK 0l, LI.m
tePnf"l .,'?1'1' '" tl,U COlU,t' 0f l'tl.
0 11 ho " , nll',nt ''I0 Cl8P f l"Ci '
on the 2Mb. day of August, 1911.
. UESOl'ltCUS
i.oans nnd discounts $115.102 90
Overdrafts unsecured .....82033
urnlturo nnd llxtures .... 2,219-53
uue from national banks . . 0.D33.G8
Due from state banks and
bankers 8 Gr.i r.q
Chocks nnd cash 8,BB1,B9
'I'"9, J129.4&
c'0'11 "! 980.00
nilver coin 179 47
Currency 550,00
., 1,810.95
e.xpeii8e account .., 120.80
Toll $135,655.78
, LIABIMTICS
Capital stock paid In 25,000.00
Surplus fund 2 000 00
Unllvlded profits, Interest,
exchange, etc 2,111.27
Dividends unpaid " 1,00
Due to national banks.... 891.51
Individual deposits 30,511.77
Saving deposits 41,014.38
Cashier's checks 300.85
Tlmo ccrtltlcates of deposit. 13,350.00
Bills poyable 20,000.00
Total 135,555.78
Stato of Utah, County of Utah:
W. S. Chlpmnn, being first duly
sworn nccordlng to Inw, deposes and
says that he Is cashier of the above
named bank; thnt tho above and fore
going report contains n full, true and
correct statement of the condition of
tho snld bnnk nt tho closo of business
on tho 28th. dny or August, 1914.
W. S. CHIPMAN.
Corrcst Attest:
William 12. Rackcr,
II. C. Holbrook,
J. II. Gardner,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 1st. day of Septcmbor, 1914.
E. L. CHIPMAN,
Seal Notary Public.
(My commission expires 28th. duy
of April, 1915.)
Stato of Utah, Ofllco ot Bank Com
missioner. I, C. A. Glazier, Bank Commissioner
of tho Stato of Utah, do hereby certi
fy that tho foregoing Is a full, true
nnd correct copy ot tho statement of
the above named company, filed In my
otllce this Cth. dny of September, 1914.
C. A. OLAZIER,
Bank Commissioner.
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Lehi-Tlnilc Reorganizes
At tho annual meeting ot tho stock
holders of tho Lchl-Tlntlc mlno, held
In Salt Lako City last Tuesday, fol
lowing wero tho now officers elected:
President, Thomas Webb; Vice Pre
sident, George A. Smith; Secretary,
Hart Fltzgornld. These with Thomns
Coddlngton nnd Georgu Nlclioles con
stitlto tho board of directors.
A report wob read showing thnt
since tho company was organized
several years ago, when tho Nlclioles
and Old Gold properties wero consoli
dated, tho company linn driven over
2500 feet of tunnels on tho property.
$23,074 has been collected In Irish
dividends. 2,072 hns been spent in
assays nnd ofllco expenses, $5,414 for
supplies nnd $1(1,011 for miner's
wages.
Tho manager reported tho property
to bo In first class condition, with two
tunuols near tho pbjectlvo points for
which thoy wero originally started.
Tho directors will go out to the
property in n few days and decide on
n future line of development.
o
In tho- District Court of Hie Fourth
Judicial District of the State of
rtali, In mid For Utah' County.
Estnto or William C. Brown, deceased.
NOTICK TO CltKIUTOHS
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to tho undersigned nt her
resldonco In Pleasant Grove City,
Utah County, Utrih, on or before Jan
uary 1st, 1U1G.
Ada Brown Wright, Administratrix.
Hiirvoy Cluff, Attorney.
First publication Sept. G-5t.
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Atmci: or assessment no. 20
Sllier Flat Mining and Milling Co.
l'rlnclpnl plnco ot business Ameri
can Fork, Utah. Notlco is hereby
lcu, that n mooting or tho Direc
tors or tho nbovo named company,
Hold on tho 27th day or August, 1914,
assessment No. 29, of $1.00 per 1000
shares; (011,0 mill per share) -was
levied on tho capital Btock or tho cor
poration pnynblo Immediately, to J.
Edw. Bennett, nt his office, (American
Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this
assessment remains unpaid on Octo
ber Mh, 1014, will bo delinquent and
ndvortlsed for anlo at public auction
and iiulosB payment Is inndo before
will bo Bold Tuesdny, Octobor 20, 1914,
at 4 o'clock p. in., nt tho office of the
secretary. American Fork, Unh, to
pay tho delinquent assessment to
gether with tho cost of advertising
mid expense of salo.
J EDW. BENNETT, Secretary.
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American Fork 11 Good Tohii
American Fork Is n mighty good
town, worthy or tho beat of every
thing. Thnt's why wo have Joined
the Amorlcan Drug nnd Pres Asso
ciation and offer to our peoplo tho
Merltol lino of preparation, mad
by tho Association nnd sold only
through Its members. There Is noth
ing like thoso gooda, gunninteM In
every way. Wo want Amoilcnn Fork
people '0 havo tho best there !b, so
we offer you this lino. Aak to see
Morttol goods. F. M. Brown. Anierl-
REPORT
Made to the Bank Commissioner of
tho State or Utah, or the condition of
THE HANK OF AMERICAN FORK
located at American Fork, In the
County ot Utah, Stato or Utah, at tho
close of business on the 28th. day ot
August, 1911.
RESOURCES
Loans nnd discounts $392,049.10
Overdrafts unsecured 182.40
Banking house G57.C5
Furniture and fixtures .... 700.01
Real estate 3,002.00
Due from national banks . . 95,053.87
Checks and cash
Items $ 299.50
Gohb coin 5,330.00
Silver coin 439.50
Currency 237.00
C30G.0O
Expense account 45.42
Bonds, railroad and Indus
trial 1,020.00
Certificates or stock, etc.... 20,000.00
Total $510,023.11
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid In $ 50,000.00
3urpluB fund 20,000.00
Undivided profits, Interest,
oxchnngo, etc 11,507.37
Dividends unpnld 4.00
Duo to national banks .... 158.52
Due to Btnto banks and
bankers . 2G.817.50
Individual deposltB 212,731.03
Savings deposits 141,413.77
Cnshior's checks 730 27
Tlmo certificates of deposit. 45,429.47
Amount set nsldo for taxes,
etc 7,231.18
Totul $519,023.11
State of Utah, County of Utah:
W. S. Chlpmnn, being first duly
sworn nccordlng to law, deposes and
snys that ho Is caBhlor of tho above
nnmed bank; that the abovo and fore
going report contains a full, truo and
correct statement of tho condition ot
tho snld bank nt tho closo ot business
on tho 2Sth. dny or August, 1914.
W. S. CHIPMON.
Correct Attest:
Stephen L. Chlpmnn,
Thomns J. Bnrrntt,
A. K. Thornton,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this 1st. day ot September, 1914.
II. C. JOHNSON,
Senl Notary Public.
(My commlsolou expires 21st. day
ot August, 1915,)
Stato ot Utah, Ofllco of Bnnk Commissioner:
I, C. A. Glazier, Bank Commissioner
of the Stato of Utah, do hcroby certi
fy that tho foregoing is n full, true
and correct copy of tho statement of
tho abovo named company, filed .In my
office this 2nd. dny or September, 1914.
C. A. GLAZIER,
Bnnk Commissioner.
o
Even It you snvo 5 cents on the
dollar by buying elsewhere, which Is
doubtful, you would lose 95 cents on
tho dollnr to your town, which 1b ccr.
tain; nnd it everybody saved the 5
cents, and tho town always lost (lie
95 you can sco where wo would all
soon bo financially.
ASSESSMENT NOTICE NO. .'..
Pacific Gold Mining and Milling
Company, principal plnco of business,
American Fork, Utah.
Notlco is hereby given, that at u
meeting of tho Directors of tho nbovo
named company, held on tho 5th. dny
ot September, 1914, nsscssment No.
60, or $2.50 per 1000 shnrcs ( or ono
cent per Bharo) wns levied on the
capital Btock or tho corporation, poy
able Immediately to II. C. Johnson,
Secretary, at his office, Amorlcnn
Fork Utah. Any stock on which this
assessment remains unpnld, on Oct
obor 5th. , 1914, will bo delinquent nnd
advortlsed for salo at public auction
and unless payment Is mado before,
will be sold on Wednesday, October
21st., 1914, at 3 o'clock p. 111. nt tho
office "of tho Secretary, at American
Fork, to pay tho delinquent nssess
mont, togothor with tho cost of ad.
vertlslng and oxpouso of sale.
II. C. JOHNSON, Secrotnry.
12-41
o
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens So
Naturally That Nobody
Can Tell.
Almost everyone knows that Sago
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings back the natural color and
lustre to tho hair whou tnded, Btreak
ed or gray; also cuds dandruff, Itch
ing scalp and Btops railing hair. Years
ago tho only way to get this mixture
was to mnko It at home, which Is
miiBBy and troublesome. Nowadays,
by asking at any drug storo for
'Wyoth's Sago and Sulphur Hair Rem.
ody," you will get a largo bottlo of
this fninous old recipe for nbat 50
cents.
Don't Btay gray! Try III No 0110
can possibly toll that you darken your
hair, as It does It so naturally and
evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft
briiBli with It nnd draw tills through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a tlmo; by morning tho gray hair dis
appears, and after another nppllca
tlon or two, yoir hair becomes beauti
fully dark, thick and glossy.
Stops Niibty Discharge, Clenr.s bluffed
Head, lleelo Inllamed Air Passages
and You Breathe Freclj.
o
Try "Ely's Creaim Balm "
Got a smnll bottlo anyway, just to
try It Apply a llttlo In tho nosurllu
and instantly your clogged nose -md
stoppod-up air passages of the h-Mid
will open, you will brent ho frmlv;
dullness and headache disappear By
morning! the catarrh, eold-ln-head or
catarrhal sore throat will bo gono
End such ''''jJ'ijljBMl?
REPORT iKTl
Made to the Bank Commissioner"' of t BBBt & sM
the State ot Utah, or tho condition of , I MBS &
THE HANK OF PLEASANT GROVE ifliS
locnted at Pleasant Grove, In tho ' f Bff 'rajfeftM
County ot Utah, Stato ot Utah, nt tho HHWK'rWtalW
closo or business on the 28th, dny of i'kffil&UlMiSH
August, 1914, ( IWBEmBBM
resources IwM&amSSm
Loans nnd discounts $115,857.02 1 BWHPwPWB
Overdrafts secured 497.37 PBM3gfSIM
Furniture and fixtures .... 2,274,10 inffi$A$flnij1
Real estate 4,098.27 iWjgmSBEM
Duo from national banks.. 4,304.02 uSHgaSSH
Duo from Btatc banks and HH&fltlifl
bankers 8,907.22 ISRHhH
Checks nnd cash DttShSSifl
Items $ 152.55 VHSHsSfl
Gold coin 1,035.00 f, BHE5a3B
Silver coin 499.43 ffffffM
Currency 411.00 IBmHWBl
2,097.98 (KlfraH
Expense accounts 451,42 HOtSHI
Bonds, railroad nnd Indus,- EHHiiH
trlnl 100.00 (SHHH
Total $139,187.40 HsflH
LIABILITIES WH
Capital stock paid In $ 20,000.00 ''MiH
Surplus fund 1,600.00 A HnHH
Undivided profits, Interest, tiflilLLH
exchange, etc 2,043.20 .HflH
Duo to national bunks .... 101.09 SflH
Individual deposits , 31,437.18 Hftiijfl
Savings deposits 50,485.07 W&M
Cashier's checks 049.65 1 RH
Tlmo certificates or deposit. 16,480.52 BH
Bills payable 10,000.00 i IHiiH
Amount set nsldo for taxes, l HHH
etc 481.09 "v
Total $139,187.40
State ot Utah, County of Utah: HH
W. S. Chlpman, being first duly IH
sworn nccordlng to law, deposes and tl
says that ho Is cashier of tho above H
named bank; that tho abovo and fore- 'H
going report contains a full, truo and ' H
correct statement of tho condition ot
tho snld bnnk nt tho closo of business H
on tho 28th. day ot August, 1014. H
W. S. CHIPMAN. i'H
Correct Attest: ; H
L. W. LUND. r t t H
A. E. COOPER, '' iH
J. 11. HALLIDAY. HM
Directors. I l
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo J 5 H
this 2nd. dny of Septcmbor. 1914. .! 1 H
S. L. SWENSON, . l.iH
Seal Notary Public. j 4 H
(My commission expires 25th. day H ' vH
of Mnrch, 1018.) 1 t TH
Stato of Utah, Office of Bank Com- I I B
mlssloner. A Si? tH
I, C. A. Glazier, Bank Commissioner I I i jH
of the Stato ot Utah, do hereby cortl- 1 1 M
fy that the foregoing Is a full, true I 1 H
mid correct copy of the stntcment of V 1 H
tho nbovo named company, filed In my I M
otllco this 5th. day ot September. 1914. V , H
C. A. GLAZIER, Pv Ul
Bnnk Comnflssloncr. ", l)H
, IJH
THE WINDSOR HOTEL IV 1 H
225 South Main Street Salt . I i'll
Lako City. Genu, quiet,. com- HiL' H
fortnblo nnd most centrally lo- l
cnlctl. Rates 75o to $1.50 . l;,H
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American Fork Livery and M' H
Transfer Stable il
FINE HORSES COMFOnTADLE 7 'J fW
VEHICLES A DEAUTIFUL r .' " MM
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Comuiodioiis Hack Meets All Trnlui i -
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Attorney-nt.Lnw g sjBl
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AMERICAN FORM. UTAH. , ' B ( !1
Phoue 55.D Orders S-Ucltcd ' II
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ciiEAPiisT .. $-ym IB
For- House, uutomobllo and Carriage - Tfgl 1 1
Painting, Paper Hanging, Docoratlng, ' ' $& j'
Graining and Sign Writing Call ou t-vA W
AXEL BLOOMQUIST tff
THE PAINTER ..
Shop on Main Strett fir
Flrst-Cluss Work Guaranteed. 'wii
AMKHIUAN FOHK UTAH 1 ;.j
J. TRAOEY WOOTTON -SM
Attorney at Law. ft 1
ABSoduted with Gustln, Gollotto & flf, j
Drayton, 1301-7 Wulker Bank BIdg., & -8
Salt Lako City. " wl& 1
Office Ohipman Bank Bid?. $M
AMERICAN FORK, - UTAH "ftfmt '
The Old Reliable Store of ' 'ml
W. GRANT , ' j
Wholesale & Retail Deuler in iml
Pianos, Organs and Musical ' !&
Goods of AU Kinds r'W
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Ohinawaro, Glassware, , "i.f I
Crockery - ,' s 1 j
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH X, Ml
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Opens Up Clogged Nostrils and Head ' ,1'
In One Minute Ends Catarrh Misery vfjitf ft
rant balm dissolves by tho heat ot tho J 'K
nostrils, penetrates nnd heals tho' in- i' i
flamed, swollen membrane which Hues S
the nose, head and throat; clears the -
air passngea1; stbps nasty discharges '
and n fcclliiK ot cleansing, Boothlug '
ccllcr cornea Immediately.'
Don't lay awako tonight struggling . ,'
tor breath, with head stuffed; hob- ,'
trllH cIobpiI hawking nnd blowing,
Cntnrrh or a cold, with Its running j
nose, foul mucous dropping Into the
throat, and raw dryness Is distressing j
truly " 0CI,Mi!!M-Mitti--i-WBB-M-B-B-i-i

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