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I - ' ' ' American for crrrzEN satprday, DECEMBER 19, 1911. 'HH
I Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Slack spout
Friday in Salt Lake.
I Mrs. J. J. Jones is In Eureka vislt-
I Ins with his son, James ami wire,
I Hugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off nt Pcoplo's Co-op., Lehl.
Enrl Varnoy wns In Salt Lake Mon
day on business.
Miss Vkla Leo Is homo from a three
months' visit In Nevada.
Mr. Jacob Greenwood Is homo from
a two weeks' stay in Salt Lake,
Honald Nlcholes spent Monday In
Salt Lake.
Mr. Wm. Pool made a business trip
to Salt Lake Saturday.
Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off at Pcoplo's Co-op., Lehl.
There are a number of cases of
what appearsfo bo chicken pox In the
Lonnle Ithodes Is homo from a four
monthc' stay nt the sheep herd In
Soldier Summit.
Mr. Leo Stnlllngs of Salt Lake,
spent the first of tho week In Ameri
can Fork.
Wm. Carson of Fairfield, spent tho
first of tho week in American Fork
with friends.
Children's Dunco Christinas nflcr
noon, L p. in. to 1 p. in. Admission
10 cents, Parents free Apollo. 10-21
Miss Pearl Kolly returned Sunday
from n few days' visit In Lehl with
Mrs. Pearl Wilson.
It. 13. Latlmor and J. Park of Salt
Lake, wore the guests of MlssJennette
Latlmor Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Lynn Hutchlngs of Salt Lake,
vas hero Monday visiting with his
brother, W. C. Hansen and wife.
Spencer Gammell of Sprlngvlllc,
came up Saturday evening to spend
Sunday with his wlfo.
Ladles' Winter Suits, none reserved,
1-2 prlco at Chlpman's. First come,
first served. 19-lt
Mrs. W. C Wright and children
spent Tuesday in Pleasant Grovo with
ilior sister, Mrs. W. E. Clark.
G. A. Storrs ami wlfo of Provo,
, sppnt Sunday aftornoon nuil ovo'ulug
with their mother, Mrs. Oeo, Storrs.
Mrs. Etunictt Chlpmnu of Lchi,
, spent Monday hero with Mrs. L. S.
Say, folks, put on a llttlo extra
"Julco" for tho holidays. Sccuro the
Edison Mazda Lamps at "Joe's Placo"
tho placo that Is doing business day
and night. 19-lt
Mrs. A. WoodltoiiBo of Lehl, spent
tho Drst of tho week with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Pert Adamson,
Mlas Corn Murdock of Provo, spout
thu week with her slstor, Mrs. L. C.
fc Uourold.
H Miss Mnuda Chlpmnn Is going to
Snlt Lake tomorrow to meet her sis
I tcr and brothor, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Adamson, of Idaho.
I Classy Christmas Gifts at "Joe's
Placo." See his big new lino of Post
'I Cards, Booklets, etc. Wo sell llvo of
tho regular two for a nlcklo cards for
He. 19-lt
Miss Alyrtlo King was a Provo visit
or Tuesday.
Pert Carson of Fairfield, Was hero
on business Tuesday.
Milton Urown was In Provo Thurs
day. Foster Dewey of Salt Lake, was In
American Fork Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Cook of Cedar
I' oil, spent Wednosdny visiting Am.
erlcun Fork friends.
Misses Leah Uassatt and Itevn
Grant spent Wednesday In Salt Lake
Waiting with relatives.
Mrs. It. K. Knighton Is homo after
spending two months with her par
ents In Ohio. .
Mi-3. lteglnnld Garft and baby of
Lehl spent Thursday here, guests of
Mrs. Anno Chlpmnu.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Pierce of
Sprlngvllle, spent Saturday and Sun
day in American Fork visiting friends.
Mrs. Gcorgo Lott and baby of Lehl,
spent Thursday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Kelly.
J. II. Hnlley was In Salt Lake Sun
day visiting friends.
Miss Rosa Durrnnt spent Sunday In
Salt Lake with relatives.
Mrs. R. II. Lewis of Lehl, spent
Thursday In American Fork visiting.
Mrs. James Chlpiuan, Jr., wan In
Salt Lako Sundny visiting relntlves.
Miss lllauch Craudall was a Provo
visitor Monday.
Hugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off at Pcoplo's Co-op., Lehl.
Mr. C. G. Purrlngton made a busi
ness trip to Salt Lake Monday.
J. Raymond Chlpmnu spent Sunday
In Salt Lake visiting friends.
Hugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty
per cent off nt People's Co-op., Lchi.
Mr. E. N. Wagntaff spent tho first
of the week in Salt Lake.
Mrs. L. E. Lott of Lehl, spent Fri
day with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Green.
E. II. Holey was in Salt Lake Thurs
day on business.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lovoless spent
Friday In Salt Lako City visiting
Tluy your Christmas Oranges at
"Joo's Placo" the quality kind.
Guaranteed to bo tho finest grained
and llavorcd orangos grown. Prices
:Wa and 40e per dozen .19-lt
"Joe's Plneo" for good piping hot
"Joo's Placo" for yood, plpnng hot
pies nuil tamnlos. Try ono or both in
connection with his delicious hot
drinks. Open tiny and night. 19-lt
Mr. John Woolton nnd sons, Stan
ford and DoVore, spent Thursday in
Salt Lake.
Support homo Industry by buying
broad mado by American Fork link
ory. 19-lt
Tho P. 11. Ladies met at tho home
of Mrs. Roy Steele Thursday after
noon, sewing being tho afternoon's
eiilertnlumoiit. A dainty luncheon
wns served. N'o.t Monday ovenlg Mrs.
Marley Slcelo will entertain tho H. II.
ladles and tholr husbands.
Mrs. John A. Anderson cntortaincd
Tuesday at n chicken dinner In honor
of her husband's sixtieth birthday.
Covers wcro laid for six. All present
reported having an cnjoynhlo time
Tho Chlpmnu Mcrcnntllo company
are not giving Cnlondnrs tills year;
they aro giving away a Piano, Range,
Watches and other valuable presents.
J. Milton Chlpmnn of Provo, spent
Sunday In American Fork with Jjls
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Chlpmnn.
Miss Heba Parker spent Thursday
nfternoon nnd evening in Provo, with
Miss Myrul Cnsslty. el
Mrs. Hebor Uarrntt hnrt been scry
lit this week, but Is lmprovliiBMllttt6
Mrs. Ellen Penrod of WnllBburgs
hero for on extended visit with hcf'
daughter, Mrs. John Snbln. r
Wlllard Shipley has moved his bar
ber's chnlra from his old stand "to the
basement under tho American Fork
Dank. Mr. Martin will occupy tho
vacant building with his jewelry
runners' Society of Equity
Tho fnrmors of American Fork nnd
vicinity held a very enthusiastic ,
meeting in tho City Hall Thiirsdy;
evening, at which a local organiza
tion of the Farmers' Society of Equity,
wns effected. There wore about fifty
farmer folks present and tho follow,
ing officers woro elected: President,
W. J. Chad wick; Vlco President, Wm;
H. Chlpmnn; Secretary, Georgo Fj
I .-
Joseph Gordon this week Bold his
homo on First East and Fourth Nortlr
to Ed. Roberts. Mr. Gordon Intonds
locating elsewhere.
Mr. Channcy llalrd was In tho south
end of tho county this week with tho
State Organizer of tho Merchant' Life
Co., appointing some local ngents.
air. J. W. Crcghead of Kimball and
Richards, was in Amerlcnn Fork thU
week making nrrangoments for the
exchnngo or Snlt Lako City roallty'
for roallty In American Fork. It may
menu tho iullux of several Salt Lako
citizens In this locality. ,
Mr. Charles T.oglo has sold his down,
town homo on First East street to
John Durg of Wnllsburg, who will
move his rnmily hero luo tho near
future-. Tho homo is ono of the moat
modern in tho city, and tho consider
ation Is said to bo In tho neighborhood
of $5,000.
Christmas week. Sunday at ten
o'clock Dibits School and practice of
special Christmas music. At cloven
o'clock public worship and sermon by
tho minister, Rev. John Meeker.:
Visitors welcome. Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday at 3:30 p. in. prnctlco
for tho Christmas program. Tuesday
night at 7 tho Christmas Eve Program
and Festival. Admission Frc
All Welcome. Spcclul Invitation to
all old students of tho mission. Mr
Meckor who, studied Hebrew under
Dr. Thos. F. Day, In Calirornin, would
bo plenBed to send a Now Year's
greeting to Dr. nnd Mrs. Gray, Includ
ing tho names of ills friends hero who
wish to bo remembered to him. A
holiday greeting will also bo scut to
everybody's friend, Hov. Wlldmnn
Murphy nt Pnyson.
The Ladles' Aid Society met Thurs
day nt tho homo of Mrs. Fred Ander
son, nuslness of Importnnco was
transacted, Including' tho adoption of
u constitution.
For Kolldajs Yin Suit Lako Route.
Excursion tlckots on salo at all
stations, Snlt Lako Route, December
18th to 2Gth Inclusive, December Hist
nnd Jnnunryttyt Good returning un
til January 4,I91G. 19-2t
I The Golden Rule Store
wishes you, one and all,
I II We thank you tor the liberal patronage for the I
I II year just ending, and solicit a continuance of the I
Sl' H same for the year 1915. I
I 11 Everyone is buying their Christmas goods at
I !1 the GOLDEN RULE-they are saving money by I
I IS doing so-you know we are busy all the time at the
I Golden Rule Store
A Directory of Reliable Firms who Are 91
Worthy of Your Patronage. 'fl
ThMtowI T Jnnr Attorney nt Law. Lunch Stand fl
12.aWara D. JOneS Associated with Gustln, Gollotto & Hot Pies and Coffee
MINIMI AM) CIVIL ENGINEEB Drayton, 1301-7 Walker Dank DldB ,,,, jru su American Fork BH
U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor T aK0 riy'. . ,
Land and Mineral Survoyln Offlce Ohipman Bank Blag. - HH
for Lawsuits a Specialty All AMERICAN FORK, UTAH ii
Work Guaranteed. Home Insurance Agency !
riiono 219-2r. Lent. Clan Geo. A. Drown, Manager wflfl
m . .. Grant's Emporium "Vftljftftr ,
MARTIN M. LARSON x Utah County Agents H
Santa Clous Depot l'hone 200 1G8 West Center St. H
Attoniey.nt.Lnw Xmns All tho Year. 'to. A"' jl
II0I.IM00K 1ILO0K, PBOVO. UTAH buy plBB0 y(m 8C(J H
ours-HIgh Grade $000.00 Axel Bloomqulat E. R. T. Bloomqul.t jH
Piano for $200.00, $800.00 Tho Quality Faint Store jH
LAWYER I I Faints of Alt Kinds, Oils and Varnish 'Hl
Practices in any court THE LOQIE HOUSE Wn,lndPPicturoBPraImcld,D,B M
k Clilpmnii Dunk llulldlng, Room 1 A Family Hotel TELEPHONE 2MY H
AMERICAN FORK. UTAH. JM" "cnsonahlo Wo Put In Window Panes jH
... Mcrchnnt Street American Fork jH
Phono 0-W . 'fffl
American Fork Livery and H
AM. FORK BAKERY Transfer Stable iH
Fre Rrend and Pastry Jm rLA(;E XSl
3 ' Next door to Dank of Am. Fork. HEARSE H
Phono 21-R American Fork j j nunklcv Pron Commodious Hack Meets All Trains 'H
' Phono fll.V L. W. NIELSEN. Prop. JH
",, Luxury Shop Confections, Fruits, '
tir 11t nd Cold Drinks, Ico Croam, .,,.., .,Tnomno nu...u,. bbbbbbH
Wo may not to tho nearest DRUG- Hot Pics, Tamnlos, Chill, Fresh KAM ELECTRIC COMPANY H
GIST to ycu, but wo will try to Dread and Cakes. Let Us Do It If It's :H
come the i nearest .to pleaalng you. Qualu d cleanlIncB8 ,8 Jo0.8 alm. Electrical H
r. m. HltlMiN, Pharmacist . . . ,, ... . , ., ., ,v nnnnnnnj
American Fork, Utah Agency for Edison Mazd.i Lamps. PHONE 65iV il
. On Wednesday, January Cth, 191G,
wo close our storo for stock taking.
At that tlmo our merchandise Is all
listed. Wo also have- to list all our
-unpaid bills. If you aro owing us and
the account is due, please call in and
settlo sumo beforo tho first dny of
Janunry 1015, as wo need it nnd It
.will nlso savo us tho trouble of listing
it. If you cannot pay same, plenso
cull and reuow tho note and oblige'
'r Yours truly,
19-2t S. L. Chlpmnn, Mgr.
To Our Patrons
American Fork, Utah, Dec. 17, 1914.
On account of somo complaints, nnd
so much dissatisfaction nmoung our
customers over tlto prnctlco of stores
giving nwoy cunday nnd other pres
ents free, It hns been decided by us
to curtail and put a stop to this un
businesslike habit, commencing Jan.
1, 1915.
Tho cause of so much dissatisfac
tion enmo about by giving somo in
dividuals cnudy whllo othoro were un
intentionally overlooked. Furthermore
Bomo customers liavo been given pres
ents when they paid their bills of long
Btnndlng, whllo others who hnvo paid
their accounts every month, nnd some
times oftencr, and who havo paid the
cash at tlmo of purchase, havo not re
ceived anything.
After duo consideration, and with a
view of treating all our customers
alike, wo havo como to tho conclusion
hereinbefore mentioned. Wo trust
our patrons will rcallzo tho necessity
of our action In this matter and help
ub to carry it out.
Wishing you nil a Hnppy Christmas,
wo remain,
Very Truly Yours,
S. L. Chlpmnu, Mgr.
Chlpmnn More. Co.
Jos. II. Storrs, Supt.
American Fork Co-op.
13. II. Holey, or
19-2t Tho Iloloy Moat Market.
Notice of Tith
ing Settlement
Tithing settlement dnys In tho Am
erican Fork Wards havo beon set as
First Ward Saturday, Dec, 2C. 1914
Second Ward Mon., Dec. 28, 1914.
Third Ward Tuos., Dec. 29, 1914.
Fourth Ward Wed., Dec. 30, 1914.
Gonornl day for all four wards
Frl Dec. 31, 1914.
In conformity with the regulation
of tho Church, It Is dcslrod that all
ttthpnyora meet tholr respectlvo Bis
hopries at tho tithing ofuco on tho
day Bet for their wards, and satisfy
thcmsolvos that their credits aro cor
rect. Wnrreu n. Smith, Joincs T. Gard
ner, Joseph II. Storrs, John II. Hind
loy, Wallops.
I Last Monday night tho Lltorary club
I Indd Its weekly meeting In tho City
II i fall The program consisted eiitiroly
i or selections from Kipling. Mlsa Mary
1 Mlaokhurst reviewed "Tho Light That
I Failed," Myrtlo Wootton retold tho
Ihiory of "Weo Willlo Wlnkoo;" Merle
I U'hlpinnn recited "Tho RccoEsionnl."
IlTho musical numbers wero solo by
II Ruby Wootton and u piano selection
1 by Sadlo Shipley
t The regular chapol oxerctscs wero
Ml Held Tuesday morning. Mr. Jones
Capital and Surplus - $90,000.00 j H
This Is tho powerful combination we oflor you. I '
Oirnnrvlri 0ur BtronBt" Hob In our ample capital, our I iJ
wTlollSin largo reserve, and In the staunch Integrity I
0 of our O nicer s and Directors. I
j In point of servico, wo extend every facility I .
(Hid and convenience required In the transaction I
of modern business. I
ft j 'cw Depositors and old alike recelre every I H
OBlYIGB CousldcruUon. I M
1 Bank of Am. Fork I
sang a solo, Florcnco Stewart per
formed on the piano and tho High
School chorus rendered a selection.
Tho monthly report cards wero giv
en out Wednesday. Detoro they aro
returned overy parent should examine
tho cards of their children.
Wednesday afternoon Mr. Holm
stead took his gym classes to tho lnko
for a skate.
Last Monday afternoon tho girls of
tho High School mot and organized
under tho direction of the Agricultur
al Collogo Homo Economy club. Tho
following woro elected:
Iris Unto President.
Ethel McCullough Vlco President.
Inn Duncan Sccretnry nnd Treas
urer. Last Sunday evening at tho Tabor
naclo tho first of n series of lectures
to bo given by tho High School was
rendered. Stephen L. Richards, or
Snlt Lako City, discussed Henry Van
Dyko'a vlows ot education. Tho mu
sical department or tho High School
furnished all tho nlustcal numbers.
Mr. Wliltnker of tho local High
School, was in Provo Saturday ar
ranging schedules for debates nnd or
ations. o
Mrs. Frank flatcinan Is homo again
nftor an extended stay In Preston,
Mr. Samuel O. Strong Is visiting
with relatives In Lohl.
Tho Republicans hold u meeting In
tho City Hall for tho purposo of nam
ing doputics for tho coming year.
Thoso chosen wcro: Fred C. Clark,
County Road Supervisor; James C.
Healoy, Assessor; Frank D. Strong,
Registration Ofllcer; Fnnnio 13. Moyle,
Collector. Tho Republicans consider
theso olllcers wisely chosen and think
thoy will provo successfully for tho
following year.
Tho Primary olllcers met at tho
homo of Mrs. J. A. Hntenmn for the
purposo of mnklng candles which will
bo sold this week at tho bazaar, which
la to bogln Wednesday, December 10,
and continue until Sntmday night,
December 19, 1914,
Tho bazaar began Wednesday, De
cember 10, 1914. Wednesday night u
basket ball gamo was given between
tho married and single men. Tho mar
ried men won tho game. Aftor tho
ball gamo and danco was givon,
Thursday tho First Ward Amorlcau
Fork Dramatic company presonted tho
"Old Maids' Convention."
1 Friday tho public schools worn dis
missed nnd a children's danco was
Ulvon In tho Amusement Hall, and a
danco followed In tho ovenlnr , ,
Tim bazaar will bo concluded Sat-
urdny night, by a comedy at night and 'H
u mntlnco in tho aftornoon. Tho com- 'H
cdy will be presented by tho Alplno ,H
Associated Players under the nnmo ot H
"Tho Nfght Rcforo Christmas." !!
Mr. Win. Loverldge is confined to H
his bed suffering wRh a wrenched '!
back. Tho accident occurcd nt tho H
sugar factory Wednesday, December 'H
Mr. John Clalro has beon visiting jH
a fow days at the residence of Mr. tH
Richard Carlisle. ,i
A nunibor of tho friends of Mr. iH
Vorn Taylor gavo him a ploasant sur- jH
priso Wedncsdny night. A light ;H
luncheon was served and a good tlmo H
was reported by all members present. H
Tho Citizen wants your Job print- ;
lug Messrs Dullness Man, Profession jH
nl Man and Every Day Cltlien. 28-1 1 'H
O .ail B
It Must Be True
Citizen Renders Must Come to That 'H
Conclusion. ,H
It is not tho tolling ot a slnglo caso 'H
in Utnh County, but a number of cltl- H
zeiis testify. Endorsement by people M
you know benra tho stamp of truth. H
Tho following is ono of tho public H
RtntmnnnlH mniln In Utnh County !
about Donn's Kidney Pills: 'i
W. W. Robinson, First East and
Second North Sts., Amerlcnn Fork, ,H
Utah, sayB: "For months I was a 'H
aufferor from constant pain through :H
the small ot my back. The least !H
move that brought any strain on tho H
back, mndo the pain moro severe. -H
Ono dny I was In a drug storo nnd '.H
ask tho druggist to give mo something jH
to rollovu the, pain. Ho recommended 'H
Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box. H
Ry the tlmo I had used thorn, I H
noticed quite an Improvement. Aftor ,H
I had taken tho second box, I was :H
cured, You may contluue using tho jH
endorsement I havo given Doan's H
Kidney Pills boforo, I still tako them ;
off and on and they glvo tho very iH
best of results." '
Prlco 50c, at all dealers. Don't (H
simply ask for a kidney remedy get jH
Doan's Kidney Pills tho samo that iH
Mr. Robinson had. FoBter-Mllburn H
Co., Props., lluffalo, N. Y. !
Panama-California Exposition H
Opons January 1, 1915, at San H
Dlcgo, California. Special excursion JB
rates for this event aro aunouncod by flH
Salt' Lnko Route on Decerabor 19, 20, JH
31, 22 and 29th. See nearest agent fVH
or wrlto A. Q. P. A. Salt Lako Route, HH
Salt Lake City, for turthor partlcu- Bi
llnra. JHI

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