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B , AMERICAN priifelTlgBS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1514.
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H I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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BBB- l , Mr. Kunncth Decker of I'rovo, wns
BBBB an Amorlcnn Fork visitor Sundny.
BBBB j Mr. S. I.. Chlpman inntlo n huolneHS
BBVBB trip to Suit I.nko Mondny.
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BBBBB-' MIhb Mahol (Ireenwood leaves to-
BBVBW morrow for a wuok's visit In 1'roiu.
B Mrs. W. V. SouthwurHi
BBB i moved to Bait l.aku thin week, where
BBVBB' ' they will reside perninncnlly.
BBBB I Mr Harold (loodwlu of Lehl, was
BBVBB' I tin rui-hI of AIIhm Hessle (Ireeti on
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Mr. Milton C'lilmian of I'tovo, was
BBBBv licit.' vlultliiK with his pnrentu, Mr
BBBBh' j and Mis. Joint Cliliman, Sundry.
BBVBb Apoitlo Iteber J. Clrant of Kail
BBBBk I Lake, was the guest of Ills daughter
BBBBff Mrs. CI I (Tor d Young, Bunday.
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BJBJBB . Messrs Hay nillsmorc and l.cland
BBVBb Hushtnu of Suit Lake, wore In merl.
BJBJBB can I'm It Krlilay and Satm d.ij.
BBBI- Mr. licit Duncnii of Salt l.al
BBVBm spent a few days this week with hh
BBVB I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Duncan.
BBVBl Mth, T. J. Parker spent the fore.
BBBB part of tho week In Salt Lake, with
BBVBf her sister, Mrs. M. 0 Randolph.
H Mr. K. T. Bmlth or Salt Lake, made
BBVJB1 a business visit to the telephone of-
BBVBT lice
BBVJB Charles Ualsford returned BatUr-
HBVBj day from Idaho, where he has been
BBBf working the Btunmer.
B Miss Hazel Cutler or Halt Lake,
K I spent Sunday In American Fork, a
' Kucat at the home of C. M. Deck.
! ( "" Here's to the successful candidates
BJBJB , may the majority find they have
B vf made no mlataku In their choice.
B !' Ml8' w- Anderson or Salt Lake,
f spent tho week hero with her pnr-
H 1 CM,ta Mr ,,,lJ Mrs Jacob Greenwood.
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BBBL Miss My nil Cnsslty or I'rovo, was
uv ! ' American Fork this week visiting
H!. friends and relatives.
Tt C Atra' sI,cnccr Oaminell or Spring-
BBBB''IX vlll' fonncrly Mlsa Klho1 DftVlu- la
Bi$ tho nroud "mamma" or u baby girl,
stf y , born Inst Friday.
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BBB'T Mr. and Mrs. U. Merlo Taylor of
B .z' I'rovo, spent Saturday and Sunday
Hk i here, guests or Mr, ami Mrs. John 11.
BBBJ'lyf' Hlndley.
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BBB; , j ' Mr. Jny Wootton returned Wednos-
K''v I (,ny t0 Sn,t I,nl0 aftor spending a
HjNtf 'y week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
BBM John II. Wootton.
B' J& Mr. A. ClirlBtensen and wife, tho
B ,,jlj . Misses Ida and Manila Chlpman and
BBBl-a '' Helva Uooth autocd to I'rovo Sun.
H'Jfj j (,ay, and spent the day with Mr. and
H.rW ! Mra- w- 9- Ncedham.
HU ( Mrs. Kill Zeroltl or Eureka, whoso
HJI j husband lost IiIh life In tho cavo In
B S ,' at the Centennial mliiu some time ago,
Hui moved hero this week with her fain-
Ki'vf "' nml w" nn" this their home.
R'f Mr8- '-niest Cliadwlck entertained
'.f'j tllc l,0lo Urior club Hallowe'en eve.
B; j&i Qamcu and music were tho evening's
H' t1 entertainment. A delicious luncheon
?;V wis served to twonty-rour guciits,
ff'V 3I0.XEY )VA.NTKI)-Vould like to
K W) harrow ifSOU or HWQ for one or Uu
BO jrurs. Mill glut mortKiiKe on real
KH , CKtnte wilued tit ir7,U0U.0O.. lulerest
B(i Ulllst '"' Um" v"r pnrtlciiliirs call at
H,V' "''s onl't' r phone S.l. 24-t
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BBJ During election Tuesday evoiy-
ii) thing was very (pilot on tho streets
B . i people wore going nbout their bust-
Hfl Hess as usual and a utrangor would
B tfi not have known that a great battle
H' ij or the ballots was on, If ho hadn't
B M' lavo been told. Quiet work Is what
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mt ' Miss Hazel, tho young daughter or
" Mr. and Mrs. John Hunter, was hue-
Ht, ' Hod to a Salt Lake City hospital ru
H Ijj' Monday, aecoinpanled by herrattier
H('4 alltl llunllL'1'' An operation for apen-
B' ' I dlcltlc was performed tlib same even-
H 'i '" Latest lepQits show that the
H 0 operation was Buccesaful and tho pa-
Hy tlout Is getting along very nicely.
Hll l'atrons Thero's as nuicli differ.
W.l "ico jn motion pictures today
BB. I. as In silk and cotton. If wo advance
Btj our admission price, n ccntn, rest as-
Hifll 8llri(1 "mt tho offering Is far above
BB fj the average program and costing us
H i '" e.liorbltaiit sum of money to so-
H ' ',,ro N- Kindly remenibor. Other
H.!r cities aro compelled to do tho same.
ff FOIt KEFERKNCK. Ilroadway Thea-
H4 lro Sn't ''ko City, Princess Theatre
i Irovo7r 7-U
HJj 'u nw a nice line of SAM.
Blij j i''i' oiihirri.VG' c.vitn.s, hi,u
Hoij j A"' ludhdiialu ami IiioIiks
Hir' tlniiN for Christina,
ulj 1 Infomfod call and sea
BBBBii . llmili iil'l "ir orders In early.
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ir ou cut the Orient ad out this
week It Is worth C cents to you,
Miss Hlanch Crnndall was n I'rovo
visitor Tuesday.
llonnle Hrler club meets next at tho
home or Mrs. Fern Hush.
J. It, Murdock or I'rovo, was an
American Fork visitor Tuesday.
Mrs. Marian Cutlqr was In Salt
Lake the first or the week.
.Mrs. C. It. Watdsworth speut the
week In Salt Lake visiting telutlves.
Mrs. H. A. Larson mid daughter,
Violet, weio Salt Lake visitors Wednesday.
Mih. Lyle Martin and baby have
return fiom a two week's visit In
Salt Lake.
Mis James Condor of Heber, spent
the week with her Hlster, Mrs. J. E.
tlreeii.
Mrs. It. K. Knighton has left for
'in extended visit In Ohio, with her
parents.
Mis. llesslti Xowinan and children
jf Salt Lake, aro hero visiting with
relatives mid friends.
Mrs. A. Chlpmnu and daughter, Ba
ilie, weio In I'rovo Monday evening,
;o attend the "Shepherd of tho Hills."
Tho Misses Edith Huckwaltor and
lieiio Chlpmnu were In I'rovo Sunday
visiting friends.
Mr. Lawrence Greenwood of Salt
Lake, spent the latter part or tho
week with his parents.
Mrs. S. L. Chlpman returned Tues.
day rrom a ten day's visit In I'rovo,
with her daughters.
Mr. Hartell Parker or Provo, was
tho guest or his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
3. Pnrkor, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Erma Slmms or Salt Lake, wns
tho guest or Mr. Raymond Chlpman
Sunday.
Mr. Jay Wootton of Salt Lnko spent
the week horo with his parents, Mr.
mid Mrs. John 11. Wootton.
Mrs. J. Johnson of Provo, spont
Monday with hor sister, Mrs. Jesse
Crookston.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Manghn return
ed Saturday from a three month's
visit In Calirornln.
Miss Luray Iluckwaltcr has been
confined to her bed this week with
Ingrlppo.
Mr. V. O, Lindsay of Hyrum, spent
a few daya in American Fork this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Jordan of Salt
Lake, wero visiting frlonda hero Sun
day, Tho Misses Ora and Luna Chlpmnu
or Salt Lake, spent tho first of tho
week with tholr parents, Mr. and Mr,
Wm. Chlpman.
Tho Misses Leo and Florence Rob
inson or Salt Lake, wero(tho guests
or Hlanch Crandalt Saturday (fnd
Sunday.
Mr Potor Miller, tho lessee ot tho
Pnclllo Mine, Is down rrom American
Fork ciuiyon for a few days, enjoying
a short vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Dodell returned
to tlivlr homo In Harrlinon Tuesday,
after spending three weeks with MrB.
Hodoll's mother, Mrs. Martha Chip
man. Mr. Frank and Miss Lillian llur
bank or Salt Lake, are tho guests or
Mr. and MrB. A. W. Peterson tills
wt-ok.
Mr. Win. Richardson or PleaBiuit
drove, paid this olllcn a pleasant call
Wednesday. Mr. Richardson cxpectB
to leaves shortly ror nn extended
stay In tho Vernal country, whoro ho
goes to look niter somo property In
terestH. Hu will remain In Vernal
all winter
About twenty-five, rrlonds or 'Mr.
nml Mrs. Ren Halllday pleasantly sur
prised them Hallowo'in ove. Tho
ovonlug wnu carried out In a Hal
lowo'en effect. At a Into hour dainty
refreshments wore served.
Mrs. John Myers entertained a
number of friends Thurwlay after
noon In honor of her son, Kennoth's,
Hovonth birthday. The artenioon was
spent in guinea, niter which n dainty
luncheon wns nerved to about sixteen
guests.
The Sunday School olllcnrtf mid
tonchets gino a farewell party in
honor of Wayno Hooth Monday. The
- onliig was plojiBimtly spent In mil
hIp and gaineB, aftor which a dainty
luncheon was nerved a lieautlful
folding umbroJla was presoutfd to'
' " " ''iqani '"
Mr. J. L. Firmago was InSolt J.ake
Tuesday on business. ,j?k
Mr. Walt Adamsori's. .family are
quarantined In with. 'small poxft
Miss Sadio Chlpman wasjfa Salt
Lako visitor Sunday.". IvSm t
Miss Nina Vance oftOromJwaB an
Amorlcan Fork vlsit6r Wednesday.
Mrs. W. S. Chlpman spentla few
days this week in Sail LnltcJIr
Tho Call or tho North, lnjalx big
parts a grand special feature, to bo
shown at the Orient TheatraTsoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Sutton orlprovo,
was the guest of Mr, and'Mfs Perry
HiiBli Sunday. 2jg:
Miss Arsena Hanson has f accepted
a position as relief girl In the tele
phono olllco. )F
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Mr. T. F. Corbett of Provojwas In
American Fork a few days this week
on business. 3T
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Miss Lcoun Kelly was In Lelil Wed
nesday, visiting with her slsfer, Mrs.
Oeo. Lott. jL
Mr. Jos. Auston or Kansas; spent
tho weok with friends in American
Forit- D
Postmaster C. H. Robortsfpf (ling
ham the waB tho guest ofaMr, and
MrB. Leo T. Shelloy Monday;
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Miss Lizzie Holey has loft for an
c-xteudod visit In Salt LakoCwlth her
sister. 3
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Mrs. Jos. Sholloy of Dlngliam, spent
a few days this weok with Mrs. Sam
uel Greenwood. i
Miss Ethel Kelly left Wednesday
for a two week's visit In Provo, with
Mrs. Hyrum Roaper." J
Miss Ada Rowloy of Salt Lake,
Bpent tho week hero with' 'her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Rowley.
Mrs. Roy Holey and chlldreiHlpent
part of tho week In Prov visiting
with her father, Mr. F. D. GsTsslty.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Thugpun and
Mrs. Qcrtlo Page, of Provo$Verc the
guestB of Mr. and Mrs. CR. Miller
on Sunday. iU'
Mr, and Mrs. J.' S. Rollonnd son,
Reed, of Salt Lake, weretthe 'guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Drown Sun
day. "
Don't forget tho blgj Harvest Moon
Dance at Smuln's Popular Academy,
Friday tho 13th. " 7-lt
Miss Margret Hawkins has been
connned to Jaer bed this weok with
a bad case ot lagrlppe.
Mr. E. J. Wild and son, Leny, aro
down from American Fork canyon, to
spent a few days with their folks.
Mrs. Roy Lott of Lehl, spent Wed
nesday with her sister, Mrj J. E.
Oreen.
Mr. nnd Mrs. N. C. Murdock ro
turncd Monday, after a week's visit
with their son, Mr. J. E. Green.
Mrs. N. H. Gardner and Mr. and
Mrs. Agnes Ueebo motored to Salt
Lako Sundny, and spent tho dny with
Dr. and Mrs. Carl Chrlstensen:
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Clnyson,Mr. C.
W. Whltaker and Mr. John Sabln
visited tho Fairfield Sunday Schools
lost Sunday.
Mrs. Hcbor Shelley entertained
Tuesduy In honor or her husband's
IGth birthday. A nice chicken supper
was served and all present had n
good tlmo.
Mrs. Clara, U. Stapleton arrived In
our city last weok, coming froto Now
Mexico, to accept a position hero with
tho Alpine Pub. Co. Mrs. Staploton's
homo 1b In Grand JunctionColorado,
and she was accompanied by hor
threo daughters, Doris, Margaret and
Katherlno.
The I S, GlrlB met nt tho' homo of
Miss Reba Parker TeBday evening.
Tho rooms were beaiitlfully decornt
cdn pink and wltltoS flowers, games
nfid music being tho evening's en
tertalnment. A dellclouB luncheon
was served to tho following guests:
Miss Myral Cosslty of Provo, and the
Misses Ida Hooth, Ruby nnd Myrtle
Wootton, Arsena Hanson, Ruth
Wardsworth and Clco Sinclair.
I'AIITNKIINHIP DISSOLVED
Amorlcan Fork, Utnh, October IB,
1014
Notice 1b hereby given that the part
nership heretofore subsisting between
the undersigned as Ronl Estate deal
ere' in Am. Fork, Utnh, under the
stylo or firm noms of Clarko and Hick
man, Is dissolved by mutual consent,
mid that no contracts shnll hcrcartor
be entered Into by either partner for
the other, but that all contracts here
tofore entered Into by tho firm shall
bo carried out,
ni James II. Clnrks,
IlKADQI'ARTKlt.S
Headquarters for tho Chairman and
Seorctary of tho "Autumn Carvlval,"
whoro the different committees will
receive instructions, Is now establish
ed one door west of Shlploy's Harbor
Shop.
Missionary Farewell
Missionary farowcll for Elder Wayne
Hooth at tho Tabernaclo Sunday even
ing at 7:30. Program:
Heading Manda Hooth.
Musical Duet Clayson Sisters.
Solo Mra. Ren Halllday.
Reading Revn Heck.
SMALL VOX CASE
Delbert, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Adamson Ib seriously 111 with
a bad case of Btnall pox, nnd fear Is
expressed over his recovery. The
family, who live on tho bottoms near
the Pleasant Grove line, have had
the disease for over a month, during
which time both parents have been
stricken.
UNFORTUNATE MAX
TAKEN IN CHAIMJE
Samuel Newton, who has bcon show
ing signs or railing mentality for
some time, was taken In charge by
City Marshal Hromley Wedneadny af
ternoon. His peculiar actions In his
blacksmith shop, observed by those
living tu close proximity, caused his
neighbors to take tho precautionary
action for fear that Mr. Nowton might
cause himself nnd others harm. It Is
probable that with a little rest the
unfortunate man will Boon become
normal again.
MOTHERS ATTENTION
Ladles wishing to buy house
dresses, children's school aprons, out
ing flannel night gowns, dust caps,
kitchen aprons, dainty white aprons,
etc., will do well to give their orders
to one of the following committee In
chargo Ifscwlng by doing so you will
help yourself and at the same time
assist in paying the obligations on
tho Tabernacle.
Mrs. Rosa. Edmonds, First Ward.
Mrs. Slna Chlpman, Second Ward.
Mrs. Nellie Hromley, Third Wnrd.
Mrs. Emma Ashton, Fourth Ward.
Committee on Sewing,
o
Bids Wanted
For digging city well near tho old
Robinson mill slto. Ten feet In di
ameter and from ton to twenty feet
deep.
All bids must bo filed with tho
City Recorder by Tuesday, November
10th, 12 o'c'ock noon. Council ro.
sorves tho right to reject any and all
bids.
For futher Information Inquire of
HANS CHR1STENSEN,
E. IJ. HAWKINS,
WM. THORNTON.
7-lt Committee on Irrigation.
LIFE MOTION -PICTURES 1
T Bright ORIENT Clear
as PERFECT MODERN as I
I D" THEATRE '
X WHO IS IT FOR?
THE WEARY MOTHER As a place of rest and recreation, X
T THE HUSINESS MAN Ab u roller from tho stress or the day's
work,
THE YOUNO MAN AND WOMAN Ab a place or reflned enter-
J tntnment.
THE CHILDREN Where amusement Is combined with Instruc- X
tlon. Where lessons are learned by tho universal language ot
J pictures aud sweet music. A
X If you are u public spirited citizen make tho picture plas a T
factor of good in your community. T
J "THE 10VER OF TEKROR-ln four parts, reatuied, Monday.
November 9th Prices 6 and 10 cents. T I
I
PATRONS Read tho above ad curerully clip It out good Tor
X G cents at our Dox office next Monday, November Dili. I
M4 I
TEMPLE EXCURSION TO
SALT LAKE CITY
On Thursday, November 12th, the
Relief Societies of the Alpine Stako
will run another excursion for Tem
ple workers to Salt Luko City. A
special car will leave Llndon at 6:30
u. m and u fare of 1.00 for the
round trip will bo chargod for Lehl,
American Fork, Pleasant Grovo and
Llndon. Tho return homo can be
made on any car.
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We l'rlnt Uitttr Wrappers. tf
Our Rest Seller. I
Wo a'ro Boiling more or Merltol I
Eczema Remedy than all tho others I
put together. This large calo Is due
.o tho fact that It is a preparation I
of unusal merit, made exprccsly for B
one purpose, eczema In Its various B
.'orms. If you aro afflicted with this B
.oathsomo disease, do not delay using B
.Merltol Eczema Remedy Prices 50c B
and ?1.00. F. M. Hrown, American B
Fork, Utah. Excluslvo Agency. (Adv.) B
Choice Cut Flowers B
Ferns ami Floral Design. B
Send to the Lehl Floral Co, Lehl, I
Telephone iO-J. We dcllrer I
PROMPTLY lYlt.
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The Cutler Hotel j
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A MODERN HOTEL, WITH THE AUTO PAUTIES AND COM- B
DEST'OF ACCOMMODATIONS MEHCIAL TRADE A yB
FOR ALL. SPECIALTY. B'
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A Commodious Sample Room In I
Connection. I
THE CUTLER HOTEL I
MAIN STREET AMERICAN FORK I
40 Coats Go At $4,95
These are good serviceable Coats Colors I
and black Bought to sell at $7 to
$15 -Take your choice at $4.95.
15 Ladies' Suits Go At $8.95
Good Suits, some were as high as $24.50 Last
year's models, but they are plain, neat
styles Large and small sizes
$8,95
25 LADIES SKIRTS GO AT $2.98
Plain Colors and Mixed Materials, mostly
$4.95 to $6.50 skirts-Take your I
choice at $2.98. I
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Am Fork Co-op. Institution I
THE PEOPLE'S STORE J. H. STORRS, Manaffor 1

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