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H I ! AMERICAN FOIiK.CITMI.'V 9Tt ROAY, LNOVKMt313It 7, 1914,
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H SUNA'IOH It II) SMOUT
H Mho Will Sent- Sl Years In In (lie lulled Mates Senate.
I Results Mixed In
I , County and State
B ' Three Republicans anil Two Fusion-
B Ms Win In Stale-Shteen Itepubll.
B cans 'anil Two i'tlonl.sh Win In
B w Senator Hood Smoot wns re-ekcted
H '' United States Senator by about 2,500
H 'r majority. W. .M McCarty wns rc-
H 1 oloctod Supreme Court Justice by
H ( ' about 2,000 majority, ami Congross-
B man Joseph Howell wns returned to
B thci National House of Hcprcsctitu-
H lives with 2,000 totes to spare. The
H'p ' fusion party elected Judge Cowans
Bj, I Btntu Supt. of Public Instruction by
HW fl " majority of about -1,000, ami James
Kjhjl (II. .Mays, Progressive, wns elected
BjWJ wl,!l a majority of about 250.
Ht i j. TlH) Stato LcgUlnturo Is safely He-
BtW publican, with enough Progrcsslvo-
Hfa&U Democrats to hold them lovel, mid one
&4W lone SoclnllH from Tooclo.
Ht'K Utah county went Republican by
B,' ,3m small majorities, with tho exception
bjjli ' of II. T. Reynolds, who defeated
BCJ H ' Henry Gnrdner by a majority of C00,
Br'f ( ' "'id Henry Kant who nosed out ahead
JV i r Marlon Cllngor with but 20G votes
HJJ-( to spare.
Hjff& ", There is Borne talk of contesting
B,rj tho election of Henry Cast on tho
B' Tp ground that In many Instances Hast
H 'il wns voted for on both tho Domocra-
sbbbbI &; ' llc n,ul IrRrcH8,v tlckottt. It Is con-
LbbbbI "?&' tended that theso votes are Illegal,
Hi & ' hut oven conceding they wore, It In
KJf' ' questionable whether there were 20C
Klfflj f thlB class.
MSbO One of tho chief results of the clc!-
KnE& tlou Is that a majority of thu cnndl-
V ' ; dates elected to the state legislature
HMffig favor submitting statu wldo prohlbl-
BftjWL "ol1 to a vote of the people, which
EtVs will be done aftor u law in pasueil
Bt'l piovldlug for it.
HjJf Tho complete returns for Utah
Bra ' County shows the following:
B .fj '" I'ulted States Senator
Bf Vk-. James II. Moylr 5075
B J$ Hoed Smoot G0II2
B11. t l'nr Itcprcsciitnlhc In ('impress
H. 5v ) Second District
HS?!,,? James II. Mayes G85S
K .i . E. O. I.eatherwood t'.'.COOS
B 'jfi.l ! 'r liMIco of (he Supreme Cniirt
H '', Frank II. Stephens 5T2S
H ? M. M. McCarty .! C053
Bl' r'"r Snperlntriuleut nf I'ubl.V
Hlf: Dr. Kphralm O. dowans 50K2
B,d( A. C. Mathosoii 5S0i!
R l'(,r Slato Seuatiir
B)' " T- Reynolds G1S0
H' M Caleb Tanner 57SI
m J, Henry Gardner 55S0
H "( John II. Woottou 001G
Hi l'er Slate llepresenlathe
B Richard I). Wadley 5S00
Hf'l1 W- - OpeiiHlin.v 5S2G
Ki C- M npck BMT
H; ,t Itobert V. MUi'H 5088
! Chillies 1. Warulek COGS
Sninuol K. Taylor 5092
John W. Wing G124
1.. K. Strwnrt 595G
For Cdiiiilj Coiiiinhslniier,
i four- ear (erm
F. A. Hulsh GSS7
James H. (lardnor 5011
, Tor CounO Cammlssloner,
( (nui'iir (enn
H. X. Chrlstoiisun 5819
J. F. Urliighiirsi C011
For Cuiiiity Clerk
A. V, Iloblson 6831
E. T. Palfroyman G052
I ' For Comity Treasurer
I Iloyal T Hulsh , 5752
t h. U. Noison , 6118
l'or County Sheriff
, Honry Rast ., G059
I Marion dinger 5853
.J l'or County ltcconU'r j
George Amos 6G97
I'lod JoluiKon G1G0
For Count; Wienie; -
Grant (' llagley 578S
George P Parker GKI8
For Ciiuul. Siiruyor
C Murray Twelves 5S0G
John 11. Stewart , C059
I Far ('mint) Assessor-
Geoigo P Oarff 6S33
liyriim R. Chrlsteuseu 5950
For Count) Siiper.'nteiuletit of
Jamea 11. Walker 4013
J. P. Creer 1729
IIKHIUM) COI'.S KIMM'III.ICA.V
At tho oleetlnu In Highland Tues
day, tho Republicans woro given 25
votes, tho Democrats 11 and tho So
There wcro but two or throe
scratehos which ga'vo tho several can
didate numbers about as Indicated
George II. Zuhrlskle, as Justice, ol
'lie Peace, and llyrum Harmon as
Constnhlo, received nil tho votes cast.
$435,000 Gaming to
Farmers and Laborers
Sugar Fnelnr) In l'n) Xenrl) Half
.Million Dollars Out This Week
Ciinipan) lliilldhig- 'e Ware
Tho l.ehl sugar factory will next
weik illMtrlbuti) $135,000 among Its
eiuployura ami beet growern In this
locality. $35,000 will bo distributed
for wages and $100,000 for Bugar beets
delivered to tho factory during (ho
month of Ootoher. This Is tho big
gest pay day for tho year and will
bo a moans of adding much life to
Tho farmers hnvo been hauling In
hte beets at a rapid rato for the past
mouth and lime now delivered np.
proximately 118.000 tons, with proh
ably 7,000 yet to come In. Hvcry
shed has been piled full of beets and
acres or giound nro being piled high
The factory is running smoothly and
turning out the best sugar and tho
most of It In tho factor) 'h history.
Tho big ware rooms nr being tnpldly
lllled and now contain over 10.000.000
pounds of the 11,000,000 that hno
boon made to dato HiIh jonr. Owing
to tho Hlownesi or tho sugar market
more sugar will bo utored this year
than ever bofore.
To tnko oro or tho sugar, woik
men commenced this weok tho erec
tlou o n new ware house that will
ba 210 rcet long, 15 reel wide, and 21
feet high, and which will b located
north or the preoent brick ware house
ami Miith or tho company'g olllces.
Tho new waro houso 111 haven ator
ago capacity of H.000.000 pounds. Its
walls will bfl of stool covored with
walls wll 1k f Bteel covered with
galvanized sheet Irou. The steel
franir is now being tnkenfrom the
old Ohio Copiwr company's plntit nt
Mldvnlo. Tlie ware liouso will be
roady for recelvliiB sugar soon nfter
can make nionoy without mhor
tlsing Hut InJudlelnuH advortls
lug Is a slnrul wasto of mnnny
This paper Is a good pi'W , , '
result getter Glu it i,u,i u, j
bo convinced, tf'
IIOV lIi:S FIIO.1I SHALL ViYX.
cst(lday at noon,Adell Admnson,
1 1 he nliie-ycar-olil eon bf Mr. nijOTMro
Walter Adamsou. who llu'iljtln
ln between Atnerleaii Foik 'ilftjPJea.
I unit (How, died from smnll poIIIh
Itiineial, which will be prlvrit'lwlll
j in iieid this nifit ulitfc from tho jfnmtl)
I 'isldonce. ' t'l';.
Ml the oih"r members of tfia'fnm
I iv had been n filleted with the drlid-
J d dls'-nse and had recovered. ue'-
Truro is niMd" to the rase In another
hi 1 1 of this Insue
i PLEASANT GROVE o
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
I The siudeiit body met Tuesday n(-
, ernoon and decided upon a number
f Importiitit points, among thorn that
I he High School would give n dnij.ee
n the Orpheus Hall Friday nlght.tyid
"irw two people riom th" II. V! IT
o Inttodure the new dances. It in
'he aim or the HIrIi School to hn,ve
proper dancing dining this wlulQr,. i
The Senior dans or this yorjr has
mid the championship In the 'class
utliH for two yearn, antl ufter llstgn
nig to the policies or the Democrats
lint everyone should lmvo n chance
in ever) thing they decided to-keep
the "lettered men" from tho clnss
teams. This gave the Sophomoros n
chance to win the game with tho Sen
iors, which they did with n scorq of
It to 1G.
Tho Senior girls are thinking ser
iously or organizing a "gill's basket '
ball team" and playing In tho class i
PLAY HASKKT HALL
The class series o( the Pleasant.
Grovo High School was played on this'
week. Tho Senior class met and do-I
fcnlcd tho Sophomores Tuesday oven,
lug with a scoie or 17 to 14. A hard
chase raged throughout tho game. ,
Tho Junior five debated tho FrbshJ
men Wednesday evening with n score
or 12 to 8. Tho gamo was so close
that first one wns nhcad and thou the
other nut!' tho last minute: )
Tho Freshmen were shut out' from
obtaining a single field basket, Tin
olght points being mndo on louls; The
Una up follows: , .
Bert West rr ... .Warren tilark
Ray Olpln lr ....John Carlson
Reed Wnmlck... c ....Kenneth Ball
3wcn NlnlBon... rg .j.Slllton TJioru
Harry Richards.. Ig LooKIri?
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o MANILLA NEWS. o
Miss Annlo M. Jensen of Pleasant
Grove, spent Sunday In Manila.
Mr. Hoiuor Hall or Alpine. waR a
Manila visitor Wednesday.
Miss Pratt or l.clil, is vlgltlng with
her aunt, Mrs. Jos. Anderson
Mr. C. I,. Wnmlck spent election
night nt Provo.
Mr. and Mrs. Webb or l.ehl, spuit
Friday with their daughter, Mrs.
Miss Hellndn NeJson or Salt I.nko
City, Is isltlng her sister, Mrs Jos.
Messrs Cunningham and Fardlev, or
the I'tuli Light and Power loiap.iny,
spont Monday hero on buslucgg
Miss L'mina Powell or Alpine, 9
aiiondliiK n raw weeks with Mr mid
Mrs. A. U. llolmaii.
The Republicans are fouling qU(tq
excited oer tho rosult of oh (Hon, na
they nro in the lend this enr.
Mrs. A. Ilolmnn otiteitnlned nt din
ner In honor or Mrs. Mnggle Sonn
joii of Plensnnt Gj-ovo nnd Mr v.
M. Turnor or Hobor.
About forty of Mr. and Mrs M.irtin
Monson's frlonds and nolghboi Qry
Pleasantly surprised thorn on Tuesday
Mrs N j. Wndloy en.eitainqd
Hiurgduy evening at a shower given
in honor of her nieea, Miss i.itha
Wlntors, or Pleasant Grove, who Is
to bo inarriod soon to Mr. Hriutit oV
Mr. and Mrs. A HoIma geni j,,,,
day afternoon with Aunt MaxKle Sor
ronson nnd Mr. o K Jenson of h, Jr,
Uo loft Tuesday to got married
ho Salt Lake Tmpln on Wed.., ,,jn
rbajr will spend ushorthon.j J&
hi the northern part of I'tah
Mrs Hnnnnh LdwlKson xery dp
Khtnilly emeriHlued Friday ,v uB
honor or the birthday or her 3
t. Mr. Jons Monson. a i.V n
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THE WASTE OF WAR j
The war that now engulfs Europe is only a preface to the story of sor- I
sow and desolation that will follow. I
I The lives that are lost, the cities that are destroyed and the resources) I
I that are wasted will have their greatest effect upon future generations. I
I Until the last chapter is reached thero will be a story of stagnant in- I
Idustries, desolate homes, barren fields and fatherless children. I
While this great conflict of waste is being waged we Americans are I
flighting the Battles of Peace. I
An army of 150,000 men and women enlisted in the ranks of the Bell I
System serves the telephone wants of the American Public. I
Over 6000 of these people work right here in the seven mountain states I
every day of the year. I
I The Mountain States Telephone & Telegraph Co. I
'FiiE'COKI'OKATIOX DIFFERENT' I
' EXCURSION RATES
Account National and Utah Wool
drawers' Aioclutloii Con.
'To Snlt Lako City via Salt Lake
Route, November 9th to 13th, Inclu
sive. Return limit November lflth
Ask for tickets via Salt Lako Routo.
NEWEST NOTES OK SCIENCE
Greenland's largest settlement has
a populntlou of 70G.
Twonty-nlno stntes aro now pro
ducing coal on a commercial scale.
Silk and Its mauurncturcrs comprise
nearly 40 per cent of the exports of
The United States Imports 3,000,000
gallons of mineral wntors a ycur,
chiefly from Kurope.
Japan's errorta to encourage tho
cultivation or cotton in Formosa so
fnr have ended In failure.
New lining brlckB nro claimed to
bo Import toils to moisture and oo
light they will rioat in water.
Textiles made or papor yam in
Kuglnnd nro appearing in a vnrlety
or oaslly wator-proored rubrics.
For tho last uunrter century tho
annual Inercnso In tho use or elect
ricity has avoraged 20 por com.
Venezuela soon will open Its first
largo pnpor factor) , la which all the
machinery will bo electrical.
Tho nianufacturo or Mol briquettes
rrom sawdust, shavings and nnptha
lono In n now Colorado Industry.
Using n special form of stokor and
grato a Uorinnii power plant Is ma.
king steam with cliulora from loco
motives. A window shndo bracket so shaped
Hint n roller cannot bo jarred out
or It la tho Intention or n Now York
For some time Honduras has be
on known to contain petroloum do-
fjoslts but only recently steps wcro
taken to exploit them.
Attachments to a plnno patented
by its Georgia Invontor moko it serve
as u smoothing plane, fore plane or
Koumtinin Is planing to build a
tunnel under tho Danube rlvor to
give it nccess to territory ncquired
by tho linlknn war.
The addition ot almost any dry
soap powder to stove polish will add
to Its lustre and lessen tho labor ot
polishing a stove.
In tho order named, quinine, cal
omel, enstor oil, tincture or iron,
opium and brandy aro tho medicines
most used in tho tropics.
For uso in plnces whero wot hands
might produce serious shocks a now
Incandescent lamp socket Is entirely
covered with porcelain.
German builders nro p'anlng the
construction or a 1C.000 horsopowor
gas engine and In Switzerland gas
locomotives lmvo been bullOj ,
A patent hue been granted ror a
rod with a handle at ono end nnd
a spring hook nt tho other for loadlu
dangerous bulls by their noses.
When u survey was mndo of tho
wilds of Holltia all longitude was
figured by tho uid or timo olgnnls
3ont by wireless from a ctatlon 120
miles from tho base or operations.
For omorgency exists In public
places a Chlcngonn lias invented u
door with panols so mounted that
prossuro at any point opens tho
latch and permits tho door to swing
Italian engineers have reported
that tho proposed tunnel from Venice
to tho Island of Lfdo, which will bo
two miles long and In places 27 feet
bolow tho sea, Is entirely feasible.
Cnmoras Hint will photoj;raph ob
jects many miles away, mo details
of which tiro carofully guarded se
crets, have been ndded to the equip
ment or tho United States army sig
Italian shipbuilders have constru
cted a floating drydock In which sub-
DOCTORS INDORSE NEMO'S "
HERPIC1DE FOR THE HAIR
When n doctor ni1(ire n pri partition
It iiiuiiim moro thuii na unllnurj tostuno
nlnl Ills opinion In nluiiya tliut of the
profuHwknial man ilevoUil t0 t liu welfare
cf thu people.
Dr. J. J. Ilnyil. CovliiKton. Tenn , iis.
"I foil It m duty to wrlto thin for tho
liwielll of thono HiirfuilriK from ilundrurr
In thu uveiHge cuhu w few iii1cii1Ioiih of
Naubro's. ll-,plelio will miiow nil dan
draff. It 1 mlvhwljlo to continue Its Mft'
for duveral wbuUh "
Tho word of J. ll. Thnnipaon, M D
No, S HurrnuKh l'lnce, Cor Mollis Bt"
llostun, Mm. aro not Ion vntliiulnRtla:
"I can only upaak In pnilno of Newbro's
lUrplelde It In nil that In claimed niul
poihaiw more Horplclilo not only clounaos
tho scalp tut bilKhtim. tho lmr. Kites It
llfo una makes It soft,"
Or 1 A Moore, Duncnn. Ariz., writes
of his experlenco: "My ealp wa In plncos
covureil by patches of dry. scaly material
nnd tlm Itchlne was Incessant. Blnco us
hut Hcrplclde alt thene evils have dlsup.
penred nnd my hair Is Boft, smooth and
Kroty lis-. Hnlr hail Krown on vpots hoforo
hut thinly cotcied "
..hrn, lrM" ' "tho orlBlaal rem.
fiii "L lll' ,,,in,'f''ff KMtm" nnd atop
falling liah-Hf The tcrrlblo. ItUiliii which
goes with dandruff la ullayednlmot nt
on co. 'l
Nowbro'H Ilorplclila In Mo nnd 1 0) alzes
l Kiiarantccd to do all that la claimed If
refii T'l"01 "a,l8lled our money will he
Applications may bo obtained nt tho
lending barber whops. u0 sure you got
lieoqiust Druff Company, Special Affent.
mnrino boats can be subjected to
cxtornal pressure tests without the f
necessity of sinking them In deep
In a combination sled and wagon
for children tho runners tiro turned
up and fastened when used for tho
latter purposo and turned down to i
project below the wheels when used
for tho former.
After n long investigation a French
scientist has declared that tuberculo
sis can bo transmitted by the pers
piration of a person nHlictcd with v
the disease, the germs passing thro
ugh tho pores. I
With an estimated production ol '
nearly 582,000,000,000 cubic fact or
natural gas, tho United States esta
blished n now high record last year.
Furnished rooms for Itcnt M. H.
gFOH SALE High grade new milch I
i Jorsoy cow, C years old, John It. I
HIndley, Amorlcnit Fork. 31-21-pd
GOOD WINTER PASTURAQi: $l-B0 I
per month. Enpulro of John Hlel,
Dox 419 l.ehl. 31-tr
FOR SALE A Kitchen Cabinet, al-
most now mid cost $.17.00. Will take
2D.O0 for it. Enqulro at Citizen of-
flco or call 85. H
' FOR RENT A tlireo room hoiisi ami
Cellar, close In. H. C. Johnson,
Amorlcnn Fork. 2l-2t
FOR SALE C by 10 rods cornor
building lot, closo In, cement walks,
cheap. II. C. Johnson, American
i.- . , i jr..-l-.Ti..rrtaw ir, - ' H
OIRL WANTED At tho Grant Hotel
Call at the. hotel or phono for par-
tlculurs. 7-1 H
(lllue lllhlmn Winner)
A famous reglstcted bull at S D H
Chlpman's barns. Sorvico $1 CO AL
so splendid onions and potatoes for
jsalo at mnrkot price, 7- iW
A.UKItICA.V FORK tJITI.i:. ,1
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1 PURIFICATION .
Ona V.ear H 5"
Six Month SI"1 ;
Offjco: Opposllo Tnbfruncle. l'liono PS M
Entorsd as Second-Class Matter At
Postorrtco at Amorlcnn Fork, Ptnh,
L. W. aAlBFOIlb ........ Mnnausr
t3. W. ROSS Editor