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I 'JHRP B wS"li B v mM9 lAAjncanPork Citizeti 1 W"'1, " AMEKICAS TOIIK CITIZEN, SATOlDAr, JUKI: ,,, . NMDEIl B per of 1852 I Answers List Gall M. Miller, Head of Lnc Family aiding Citizens, Dies at Home V HI? Daughter, Mrs.. C. B. Jl.UI. Bath claimed another 'of Araerlcun H'( early settlers and foremost Bns this week, when JohnM.MlU aS called Inst Tuesday, Mr.'MIH Bmo to this city In 1866, coming Kncrlca from Englandn 1848,and Kins' tho n,n,nH w,th "l"ox'tc8in B;:. He has been 111 for tho past B years nml died at'tho homo of Baughtcr, Mrs. C. B.-Halllday. Bcrnl services which w'oro-ihcld He Third Ward ChapcrThursday noon were largolyr attended by Bumorous friends juid relatives. Ber John Hunter presided, and Bard choir furnished, tho' opening closing niuBlcnl numbers. Mrs. B Young Givo a solo nnd-Jnmcs .Mary Martin n duci. Dy special Bst of tho deceased, prior to his B the DpcnkcrB wcro William 8. Bton and Mrs. Laura Doloy Frnn- 1'rof. Joseph B. Forbes v also B brief remarks andfrcad tho fol Bg biographical skotch: Bother John M. Miller was born Banchestcr, England, Juno 28th Bills father's nnmo being Charles Blllcr, his mother's name. Jane Ball. Tho family coming to thci Bd States In the spring of 1848, Bd In New Orleans, passed up Btlsilsslppl nnd settled In St. Louis, Bhexo they resided thrco years, coming to Utnh In 1852 In CapU. Bell's company nnd jrosldcd with B Clark In Lchl during tho grass Br time. In tho year .18GG ho camo Be with Unclo O-oorgo 'Iloblnson Bmcrlcan Fork. In 1862 ho was, B and went back for tho church ,Bcapt. Josoph Homo's Co., and B another trip for the church In 'car 1SGG. CaptatnHenry Chip B tticse' 'fl" acrosn tlie plains ro 'd months of hard dreary .travel iB1' a" tlmes dajigqrous .frpm ln jBdeprcdaUons. B,n In 1867 n went bacK relghl for tho church to Worth 'JBTe-.VXwyliP1-: g!!.-lt "IHfcnd FJjPCTiwyyJIItM". 'BwiMn8-- -Three duhUirs, firs. 1BHa,"(lay Mrs. John CrobKsnd, "b. Crookston, all born, If "I mU '"oot, at tho old homo on tho.outb "rn part of this block. The'inoth JTB,hla Kl1 family died "when .:Mr. "Crookaton was a baby -and to .the "t of Ilro. John ho was for .years r nnd mother to his 'family. By. , fruits shall yo know them'nno an say Brother John's family has . a useful, creditable one In anyi aunlty, qulto Rifted In musical and helpful In public work. B himself was a member, of the bllcan Precinct Commltf-oeifor a ber of years and water; matter for or two terms." Id Demand For I Sprint Limbs tra Ilu)crs Invading florae Mar Vft for August and Scptcm. ber Delivery. o irprcBcntatlvcB of castorn Be were in American Fork 'this Be negotiating for sprjug Inmba for But nml September delivery. Bug the lambs sold wore, thoso of mas Adamson, Thomas Chlpmau, Bee WpJIs, Ji'bh Green and others. prlco agreed on ranged from 43.80 M& jier hend F. 0. 11. earn at res Btlon points. Tho price Includes Bold rwim in thn flocks that It Is (Bred to turn in. he comliig of eastern -.buyers herr jBoail of tho sheep men Rolng to tin Bern markets Indicates a good AUhy domain) for spring lambs. The B ,,nl'l horo Ih nlso satisfactory, Mew or tho fact that their deliver) relieves the growera of a'l wor- troublo nnd oxpeaiso .of shipping. jJlilpmwit of January dropped lambs Bently brotight $11.25 ,por cwt.,on B Chicago market. Home Economics MeHUiff (B; "nm Economics ' AsnoclHtlon B n very IntnrcHtlng and success. B aesslnn nt their last meotlng with an unusually good attendance. Tho work of tho association Is bo very holpful'as well as entertaining, It is to bo. hoped that more of the homi keepers-of our city will Kct In touch with It. Tho next meeting will bo ln-Jd' li tho City Hall on tho ovpiilng of Wed nesday tho twenty-third. Mcadmn John Wootton, Robert Ashbj and Hen HallldayJwIll be, in charge of the pro gram for this occasion, which Is guar antee that It will bon excellent one. All tho ladles of American Fork and vicinity are cordially Invited to be present. Park City Men to . Mioejilver Bell Will Develop Under Lease Hlchest Find Bportcd In Canyon This Tear. Mr. Owcu Htcwart of Park City, representing himself and four other Park City .mining men, went up the canyon Thursday to commenco work on this promising property. As soon aji conditions will Justify they Intend Inorcasing their force to eight men. Mr. Stqwart showed tho Citizen's reporter aisaraplo of lead carbonate oro which assays 130 ounces In silver, 60 per cent lead, 12.1 per cent copper and nearly ,an ounco In gold. To uso a mining expression It looks "good enough to cat." Mr. Stewart says that so far It Is only a "grass root" proposition, but Indications aro that tho body, which is of good size, Is per manent. ' Its development will bo watched with keen Interest. A visitor of Interest during thei week was Senator Mont Ferry, president of tho Utah fltato Senate, who went up tho canyon with Senator John H. Wootton Jast Saturday to look over the Mountain Doll, Miller Hill and other propositions In which he Is In terested,' Senator's 'Ferry's father was ono of tho men who. rondo I'ark City, and tho Interest being shown by his son in'Amorlcan Fork canyon looks well for the district, , Th Pittsburg peoplo this week In creased thlr(prcejnelthmlnwuu jssWPryWWB5sSctS7 KJicVisW 5'Mr.' 8. Osborne took 'ome men up tho canyqni this week tn commence development work on the Osborne Consolidated, which has been working for several summers. "j'Mwsni Henry Johnson and Jack Armstrong were up to tho Silver Lake dlstrlctJSunday and report Increased tntcreat In'that section of tho canyon Tho old Milk Maid North Star and other properties aro preparing U work. j H. W. Owens of fcalt Lake, took a; bunch ofmlnors upHo tho Silver Luke district this, week to rosumo work on tho NorthSUr Property. . ' The SaltjLako owners of tho Etta- May Mining and Milling company pro perty In 'American fork district have started work with tho expectation -ofj gottlug oro In a crosscut from the bot tom of an Incline. Tho lncllno la down BO toot In a vein, from which samples of, 'ore wcro taken which as sayed 1.6 per cent load, 4 per cent cop por,' 30 ounces silver nnd $4 In gold, according -to Sccrctary-TreasurcJ Ml laa "Johnson. Ho says much higher values havo been found In this out cropping vein which will bo opened at some depth. A new road o 1800 foet will by constructed down to the main, canyon. ... - i ,, m lii rhnrco of "A forro-hBS gono up i" -''" -Manager Paramorc, and wo expect to have some shipping oro ready not at tor than AugiiBt 15," said Mr. Jo i ion. "A d'argo fissure vein running .v,t and west cuts the F.tta-May cen trally and is crossed by no ber f I niro runnlHg north and south. Th extends Into the old Milkmaid a Stewart properties. Thirty feet ahould hrlng us to the main fissure and hero wo anticipate getting Into a large body of ofc. ThoiofflcCPi o' lh0 Ktta-May are eo. PaSior'n Resident: Mil.. Whn-oj secretary -?nd treasurer; Drlghnij NlolsonvJco president, who lh Frank Jardlno and A. A. MrLlnw Imako up thn directorate BLOOMQUIST BROS, Paint (and Wallpaper Store . B a JIaIn fa American lork. The Emma Lucy Gates Concert Monday ovciilnK ono of tho flnost things In the. way of an entortnlnmont that has been given In our city, ono might be saro In saying tho flnost, was offered music lovers In tho con cert given by MlS8 Kmma Lucy antes, assisted by Miss llomnnla Hyde, n talented violinist, nnd Prof. n. I Kimball. Tho largo auditorium of tho Taber nacle was well filled with expcctnnt listeners, nnd the. galleries woro crowded when President Chlpmnn In troduced to them, "Utah's Song Bird" and tho applause that greeted her ap pearance testified to tho placo Bhc holds In tho hearts of her homo peo ple, and of their pride in her woik and fame, It would bo nlinoBt linpocslblo to (ny too much in praise, of Mlso Gates singing; her volco is wonderfully full, sweet, and filled with melody; nnd her techniquo qulto faultless; nil tho selections were beautiful and sho goucrouily responded to tho repented , encores. Miss Hydo shared tho oven- , Ing's honors almost equally with Mlso I Gates. Sho Is certainly mistress of ' tho Instrument she plays and it speaks as alio bids It, tho soft sweet sustained ' tones were especially beautiful. Prof. Kimball did excellent work, both ns I accompanist nnd in his piano scJoci tlons ns was attested by tho hearty oncorc; nnd tho "Ave Mnrln" lit which all three, nrtlstB took part was received with enthusiastic npprccln-; Uon. '"i Tim entertainment wns a rcnl tfcuC to all lovers of tho best things nlo'iig musical and Intellectual Hues; and tho only regrcttnblo fenturo wns thht more people did not hear It. An ontortnlnmcnt of audi high quality should have cnlled forth a crowded houso; and only thoo wl)b were thoro know how much those fho veco not, missed. BOY SCOUTS TO f. MAKE LONG TRIP Tho Hoy Scouts of tho Second 'Ward and their scout innHtor Clifford Young, will lcavo on n long trip In about two weeks. Their trip which wjllcgm I mence In American Vrtrlf '"tlm j yWTBTovcf toriBlilon, aboveAlln. They will probably make tho trip on horseback, or If insufflccnt horses nro obtained, they will go by convey ance to the head of American Fork canyon, camp over night and then hike It to Brighton " - .. . rtrjLBLH I KEEP COOL I 1 J DURING THESE EXCITING TIMES LET US KEEP WM COOL. LET US KEEP OUR MILK, BERRIES, FISH, fl MEAT AND EATABLES COOL. WE WILL TELL YOU jflH HOW TO DO IT. wU BUY A REFRIGERATOR M FROM THE L H II BIG RED STORE I 1 in r H J? IT WILL BE THE BEST INVESTMENT OF ANY WM I. PIECE OF FURNITURE IN THE WHOLE HOUSE. THEY 9j ., ARE SANITARYCLEANLY AND USEFUL. ' - H I COLD WATER AND REFRESHMENTS ALWAYS ON IOE. " f JH I SWAT THE FLY AND KEEP COOL fH I We Have The Swatter J I I and The Refrigerator. I H t AMERICAN-' wmir fXMS fr MrfM " tm SNOW WHITE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR "W M -ullJ , ' GOLDEN2RULEQSTORE M 10cl5c-25c oj , ' '' a JU m va.uo p .o 750. ilMaMwm 0,MiBiil ,ym .. i I.