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fi AMERICAN FOUK ClTlfeEN, SATURDAY. JUNE JB MORE THAN i2,OUU PEOPLE T"PV A WA iH READ OUR THREE PAPERS """ "A ,hR AMERICAN 10 UK CITIZEN mm a progressive independent Mb publication gl ! SI'llsritll'TIU.N EX ' One Year $1.C0 ff i Six Mouths SOc Int ' Entered as Second-Class Matter nt yfi Post Onicc nt American Fork, Utah. IH ' Office! Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 HI S. W. Ross Editor BM L. W. Oalsfonl Mannaer 1 1 City, County, State II Good Roads Combine WW State Hnnil Through (lilies and Count) mM Mil) be CouTttl With Tan la. 1mm ;g What shall wo do with our city nnd traaj county roads? This wus tho quostlon HNS for discussion by three meetings held JHhB Thursday between the city councils ffjY of I.ejil, Ainorlcnn Fork and Plcnsnnt wJIK Orovc, county commissioners James l.lR H. Gardner, Ucnjnmlu Isaacs and I Frank Urlnghurst, stato road coinmls- IjjB sloucr H. It. Lyman, and state auditor, fX Jesso Jukes. Meetings wcro held In il Lehl nt 9 o'clock, American Fork 10 fjffl o'clock and Pleasant (J rove at 11 mim o'clock. mB It wnn explained that a recent en- mU actment by thu statu lcglslnturu pro- mB vldcH that thu state, county and city 1M road oniclals may co-operato on the ftlB building and mnlntnlnenco ot tho Rtati fUH roads that pass through tho different ffjM towiiB and cities. Prof, Lyman nnd wl tho county commissioners explained IfrlA ,1"lt 'f tMU c'"pfl would levy a one luJH mill tax, the, statu and county would BRa3 Kivo a like amount. For Instance n Iff&n ono ni'" tax '" ''PM' W()UU' raise f r.oo mSl "'"' n B'm'mr amount from tho count (IKS would produce a total of $1200 to put ffln "l0 Bt,lto ront' '" c'("ulltlo,, A fllinl I Iraff mr arrangement In American Fork l'l'lf) would purchase. $1,100, nnd In Plen lllsl Bnnt 0rovo "bout $S00. It was ex 14'AR plained that each city could levy n I Wi general road tax of three mills In linK stead of four, and then levy a state fIl road tax of ono mill nnd thus make llfxW mako tho total tax tho same, hut get l3nr "10 additional money from thu count) BH and stnto. All tho cities visited In BK dlcntcd a willingness to do this nm HjKE will dotonnlno on a definite course flk m i iorrriymanTOt(rnr!r,!ransTnnctrcmnJ lw cd tarvln, which by sprinkling on tin urr street with coarso Band mado It un- iM necessary to sprlnklo tho street for lt a yenr, hut kept It also la good repair. I j i Soma or tho city vouuvllinon will lnlt HV roads In Salt I.ako county, whero tnr- f" via Is used, nnd It may bo that boiuc of tho streets In tho cltlos and soveral jUtT ,llll(s (lf "l0 county road will bo thei H Rt treated, Thcro will be no bonding H Ktt election nt least this year for paving H tt iho county roads, neither will there H C'l bo any ralso in taxes for road pur B 0$ pose. Tho result will bo obtained by KjKjf reducing the general rond tax levy Iftjjj n"a making a special state road tax HH 'ov'' IHff Other cities In tho county were K visited and It Is probablo that Provo HE C"y "'" lmvo B0Vr'rn' blocks with ron IR crete. Hi BHV - " Era ALTITUDES IN UTAH. IBS A number of mountain peaks in IBB Utah rise Well above the 13,000-foot KM levo1 nccording to a recent publication IBS of tho United States Geological Sur- BJ vey llulletln COG which shows tho BJB oxnet elevation above mean sen level BBf of more than 000 points in Utah as 5( determined by spirit leveling done by jMW tho survey from ISO to 1014, Inclu- BH sivo. Tho bulletin aloo contains a MM list of tho United States Geological I MM Survey, Including altitudes or well- MM known summits. MM I'll0 highest point thus far deter- MM mined is the suummlt or Kings Peak in W Wasatch County 13,498 foet above! BB. mean sea level. Other high points In I Bt tho stato aro Kmmous Mountain, 13,-1 iflW 428 feetlGllbert Pccik, 13.428 feet, 'pf and Lovonlu Mountain, 13,350 feet. MgK Though a largo uumbor or oleva- hb uons are, snowu on tho topographic My maps or ureas In Utah published hy BB tho Survey, they are stated on thu B maps only to tho nearest root, where- BB as the bulletin gives tho elevation MS to thousandths of n foot. Tho nuinb- BB era stamped on Geological Survey Bf bench marks represent tho elevation B to the uenrert root as determined by BJj thu surveyor This, however, should Bt not be used In accurate work. Engl- Hi Jicers and others who require tho ox- MS iict elevations should appl to the, Dl- Hjf rector or the Geological Survey, at Big Washington, I) C, for tho ndjusted Br values. Kf A copy or llulletln MiO may bo ob- B3 tallied rreu on application to the 1)1-1 ffl rector or the Geological Surey I Autoes Have Smashup Sunday morning, two automobiles had a head end collision at tho Point of the Mountain on the high dugway, Tom Dearden or Garrison was going north in a Clinsu machine, nnd just as he rounded the curve, ho run squnroly into a Ford car driven by Otto Poulson, thu county fruit tree in spector, resulting in smashing to splinters ono ot tho Ford wheels and crumpling up tho front works. Tho Case car had the radiator and other parto Injured to tho extent ot $150.00. No ono was hurt, excepting n lady In tho Poulson machine, who was slightly cut with n piece of broken glass. Tho Case car was brought back to tho Cutler Garago and the Poulson car was taken to Provo. ALTO PUTS t'lTV IN DAtlKNKSS About 8:30 Thursday, pcoplu heard an awful crash and Instantly l.chl was In darkness, which continued for about two and one-halt hours. The wires In the substation ne.ir Robin son's mill wero discovered afire, caus ed by a short which was discovered to bo near Chnrley Ilrown's home on tl.o County 1. n.l. Ilrro n big power ll-m pel 5 wra rtrutk with romo terrific force and driven slantingly two feet furtlier Into the ground, couslng an entanglement of the wlrcfl. At thu time of our going to press no one seems to know what caused thu crash, but the marks on tho pole anil somo shattered phitu glass would Indicate thut It was n powerful automobile. Thr trouble also caused iiitermltnut drakuess In the other towns. - FREAK TRAVELERS VISIT LEHI. During thu past week, soveral freak travelers havu visited l.ehl. Saturday Uneborgu Hrothurs, P. A. and T. A. visited l.ehl on their way from Texas to San Francisco. They wero pii-.hlng a wheel barrow In which wnh their bnggngo and blankets. Ono of them gave exhibitions or strength, whllo tho other took up a collection amount ing to about sx dollars. They left In tho evening for Salt I.ako, pushing tho wheel bnrrow. .Monday, Charles Sawyer I.claud visit cd l.ehl walking from Now Vork .to nag ami a big crooked wolklhirStleTtT Leland left New York and is. duo to arrive on tho const August 13th. Hn Is to travel tho ontlro dlstnnco cover ing 0.000 miles on root, and ir ho ar rives on time ho will get $1,200. Ho- Dancing Party Excursion Friday Evening, June 25th. I AT THE FAMOUS Apollo hall AMCIIU'.VN I'OIIK mi: popnait svupiionv tut. niKSTHA IN ATTi:.MAM'K Tlie llc.st .M iislc, The Hot r()l,r and the Coolest Place to Dance. A largo number or visitors rrom the north and south will bo there, and a special Invitation is extended to l.ehl Pleasant Grovo and Alpine, dancers COME AND MAKE NEW ACQUAINT- ANCES. An i:ffjitlmnilh goad time Is guarau. teed nil. tiii: puui: Apollo Hall tiii; iiati; Friday Night, June 25th I Hard To Collect? M Hills are t'OM.DCT.:., I our sWcn, ,.,,,... ,. , ,,,Hr ,,,','""",S r H,,,r'"' "" '"'"""'. eollecllon, wiargc. Provo Merc. Agency, Inc- m.?.iy few-":" " . - -. NT AD AND GET GIVE THHUDDIES ALL THEY WANT! good ico cream never hurt nny healthy, bright-eyed romping boy or Jirl. only be suro it it CRESCENT, the purcit, smooth est, most delicious of all ice creams. SERVED AND SOLD BY DEALERS EVERY WHERE jBfi zfX vBBIPBr .mmmmmMWW Stationery Printed ForAll. Knrmers nnd townspeople all over tho country arc rapidly adopting tho new policy or using writing paper and envelopes with their names and ad- , dresses neatly printed thereon. It has many advantages. It adds dignity to correspondence nnd pre vents the numerous errors In thu spcl. ling or names, Insures correctness or address and guarantees the prompt return or your letter In event or non delivery. Also a prompt reply In case you rail to sign your name. It Is no moro expensive than the buying or stationery In small lots In tho old way, nnd adds a distinctive air or respectability and refinement to every homo.. It Is if good thing, and has como to stay nnd grow. On Saturday, -Juno 26th, wo will rimrtrlffSfitehr stntlOMryeHH-- re print you ono hundred letter heads nnd 100 envelopes with name and ad dress on ror $1,00. Bring In your order nnd the cash and you enn tnko ndvantngo or this offer when the day comes. sides this, ho draws a salary or J125 per month rrom tho Juvenile Court or Now York. His duties to the Juve nile court conslstc of placing wards or the court on farms in the west. His contract calls ror placing 1,000 boys or which number ho 1ms already found homes ror over 000. Ho says that he placed some nt Sprlngvlllc and Prlco and has prospects ror two at I.Indoji. lie Is a diminutive little, rellow, 23 years or ago and weighs 10C pounds. NOTICE Thoso who ordered copies of the prophecy or tho Prophet Joseph bmlth, nnd any others who may desire to secure copies, may now obtain them by cnlllng nt the Business Office nt American Fork. They aro printed on linen paper sultnblo for sending to rrlejuls on tho outside, or ror keening for reference. As wo printed but a limited number of extra copies, it would bo advisable for those wishing them to call enrly. u i 1 There aro pcoplo In almost every community who uro nnxlous to avoid paying tho merchants n reusonnblo mnrgnlu on their merchandise Thoy readily bollovo nny fairy tale told them by tho smooth-tongued frauds who ar0 entire strangers to them Nearly all or those "soft snaps" ofror 1 by theso fellows nro swindle. Tho bfst plan Is to patronlzo home mer chants. Thoy help to pay a large part of tho taxes, help support the churches, tho schools, (ld aro eltUona among us. They are responsible for what goods they sell, and can be found nt any tlmo should anything be wrong or goods not as represented. A WORD FOR MOTHERS lect1 ii,?.if av.c mistaVc or mo i neg lect their nehes and pains and Miffer lit sllence-this only leads to chronic sick ness nnd often shortens Hfc .i(,y?Vr w?k '' ,iri"K; if your nerves are excitable: if you feci languid, Weary o? depressed, you should know t hat &K liuiuuion overcomes just such u,&" raoiiiers-nnd v-ill help you. NoalcouoL bcott & Uownc, Moomfle 10 . n. J. iBJ 19.1915. ; - . I RLSIJ Lib ONE AND THREE TIMES THE p jM REPORT Made to tho Hank Commissioner of l' Stuto of Utah, of tho condition ot TUB I'COl'LK'S STATE HAMv OF A.MKmi'.V.V FOltK Located ut American Fork, In the County of Utah, Stato of Utah, at the, closo of business on tho oth day of June, 1915. KESOUKCIiS Loans und discounts $ 40,395 25 Overdrafts unsecured si 3t Furniture nnd uxtures r,i,n. Heal estate co'uo Ouo from national bunks .. 13,05s!45 Checks and cash Items ,.., (ji.13 Oold Coin 1,015.00 Sliver coin 308.28 Currency 1,002.00 3,100.91 bxpejiso nccount 1,23513 Interest nud tnxes paid ... 218,30 Ttal 0C,7S3.C8 I.IAUIMTIKS C'W'ltal stock paid in 25,000 00 Undivided protlts, Interest, exchange, etc 2,101 70 Individual doposlts 27,010 00 Savings deposits y 03'",,, Cashier's cheeks " 'w."'"r. Tlmo certificates or deposit 2,5!735 Totl 00,783,08 Stato or Utah, County or Utah: Clifford K. Young being ilrht duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that ho Is cashier of tho above named bank; that tho above and fore going rojiort contains u full, true nnd correct Btntomeut or tho condition or .in.. "l l" Cl08 hns ness on tho Oth day or June, 1915. , , CI.IFFOIU) B. VOU.NO. Correct Attest: J. F. Noyes, Huns Chrlstenson, Joseph H. Storrs, Directors. fi.?.UV!M,bi,,d "'i'1,8"'0"' t before mo this 14th day or Juno, 1915. (Seal. JAMBS " CLAHKK, .. My commission expires 20th dnv nr .November, 1917. State or Utah, Ofllco or Hank Com mlsslonor. of'.'i.o ;.Glnz,llM.' i""!k c"'inl8sloner mL, ?, Stn,10 of l ,"'1' ,,,) horrjiy certify thnt tho forPKoliiK Is a mil. true d "nc1 C(W f statement 0 1 ho uco tuts li.th day or Juno. 1915 c. a. aiuv.im, Jbink Coiuiiilsslonor. Whon in need or any kind or print. ItiK rail 85 and n reprosoututlvo of this paper will cnll- a (few hours later tho work will bo on jour desk if Culiiiei Hotel WHKKi: YOU FKKIi AT IIOMK K- CAL'Si: of llic HOME COOKING CLKAX I.INKN AM) I'LKASANT SUIt. 1I0UMI1N0S. MAIN ST. 1'IiKASAST PROVE . v IBAXTER'S n'liinti: you can have YOUH SHOES HEl'AIHEI) All Work (lunrantccd Children's Work According to Sizo. Half Block North of Grant's Store. American Fork Classified Ads w FOUND Satchel, containing spcctncles, etc., Owner can have Bamu by cnlllng at Alpine Pub. Co. office nnd paying for this ad. 19-lt o o LOST Lost Iron gray mare.three-ycars-old with dash face; weight about 1200 pounds; branded 1) with 11 dot In the. center on tho left thigh. V. A. Davis, Lehl. 19-tt LOST Ono light,! Jersey cow with dark head, no horns, weighing about 950 pounds; no brand. Finder plenso notiry Nlolson Livery, Amcrlcnn Fork, und iccelvo reward. 19-lt TO TRADE. Ono Surrey In flrst-cluss condition ul- so 0110 single buggy, nlmost now ror salo or will tradci ror cows or , borses. Piono 120 V. Lehl. 19-lt-p " FOR'SALE7" Now milk and Jersey Bcparntor cream ror sale. Call. mornings nnd even ings, s. D. Chlpmnn residence. 10-lm KAGLIi AUWA.N'A a riue registered bull at S. D. Chlnninn'H l.nm fnr servlco-ll.oo. Also a rino registered Berkshire boar ror service. Jn 5 to 20 FOB SAI.i: Well built hay shed 21 by 30 rt. 20 rt.to square. Will take down and rebuild. Apply nt Uuth Jacklln rcsldeuce.' Cyrun II. Brown, American Fori.. 19-2t-p FOR SALK Standard sowing machine jJllghtly used. Cheap ir taken at once. Also other ruriilturo. it. R Hunter, American Fork, 19-lt-p FOB BALK Good well-drlvlng outfit or will trado ror horses and cnttlo. C. II. (iruy, Lehl. 2i,.tf FOR SALIJ-Good building sand and concretu gravel. Phono 107-W. J W. Chilton, l.ehl. a7.tf" fIJrVae-rIbal'eVtate VALUABLE i.roporty in Binghnm Canyon, Utah, estato must bo set tled. Ilicomn trim, .,-n ..nn .". income irom property J200 por month. Address Mrs. Anna Brisk, 73 Urr Fork, Blnghiyn Canyon, Utah. J-24-p A illplnmnt Is n man who onn mnko you bellevo ho appreclntes n ravoi when wishing to kick you ror It. MY Prlnl Ituitn Wrat-ners. u I STOP CATARRhT OPEN i NOSTRILS AND HEAD Sli'a. Cream Applied In Nostrils Believes Head.Colds at Once. If your nostrils are HocTIJIhI ynnr head Is stuffed and you ca Tt ain I? fjZ'y ,TC,"nB0 "' ' l .'r, ' J"bl, ,!" H11111II bottlo or Klya Cream Balm nt any dniK stonV App y n little or thla fragrant nnt -' "'" iiiiiniun QvorV nip nnu. fc the Inr.iniod, Hwollon mucous nieui brauo and y KOt ,IIBtn t f Oh! how good it reels. Your noa Hlls uro open, your head la clear 110 more hawking, snullllng, I low 7I-' o won. hoadnehe. dryness and h niggl- K fr breath. .:iy.H Crei , f,l Jus what miffenuH rrom lien col. b nnd catarrh needs. IPs ,, ,ilKht o (Adv.) "e print BulterVrappers Cull or I'hone jour orders , 85 ,i. Fori,. I niieii J on nunt nny kind of print. iiiir-I'lioiio 65. AGENTSWANxisiJB HELP WANTED-MALE xk-M MALE-Lndy or fJwfoJJB education, to travel for o1i1-mH ed firm. No cnnvnasln. 7M 118.00, per week., Pursuant tS tract. Expenses advanced ifl O. M, NIcholes, Philadelphia bS per Bldg. M O O 0 O Oooo (ujfl homesteads I 100 OR 320-ACRE IlOMKsJ tlrst-class agricultural landiH ten miles of poBtoince. pn. '. InrB, address Spauldlng t &M Grand Hotel, Idaho Falls, hhCfl farmforalrI 35 ncro farm 13 acres hay M fruit; good dwelling hotH barns and stables, 24 sharcijfl can Fork water, good comentjB granary, well, (pump) all bU9 goes with It, $7,000.00. D.M Pleasant Grove R. F. D. OOOO OOOo ft-tB MINES AND MINml BIRD-COWAN CO., ASSAYeJ South West Tomple, Salt Lttfl I MINING PROPERTY FOR M NV'llI sell at onco group of i!ifl vast deposits of oro contalnlajB silver, copper, tin nnd other J Extonslvo development work! Valuable, as a largo producttoB hand, nicely situated. About ll north of Turnh, Mont. For M Inra Inqulro George F. Ullrldfl soula, Mont. 224 East 1st. St. m o 00 0 0 000 -jj1 "MONEY"J The mint makes It and wlM terms of the CONTINENTAL) GAGE COMPANY you can uM nt G per cent for any legal J on approved real estate. Tcrsil loll us your wants and wt tm npernte with you. I rtTTY & COMl'AM I 513 Denhnm Bldg. Dent,B 000 0 0 000 o-tl POULTRY I FOR SALE Buff Orplngtoa I chicks, 10c each. Mrs. J. Lehl. ' Rhodo Island Red Chicks, bal eggs. Sottlngs, 100s, 1000i;l In,yer8.;wp-Htr,h a yCnr (0r plant8.lodern- Hatchery Stodi blcsldo Poultry Farm and Ha Sunnyvale, Calirornla. J MISCELLANEOUS MOItltOW'S l'UIUTY cojirot Purines nt onco nil unpleasant rrom excessive perspiration. pnrcd especially ror the rt and pits. Prlco 50 conts per boi postpaid to any address la the ti States or Canada upon recel; prlco. Money returned If not factory. Prepared and put up bj lam Morrow. Offlco 1455 place. Denver, Colorado. J MAKE A GOOD LIVING IX I BACK YARD raising Belgians Particulars and circulars FRB W. o. Thorson, Aurora, Colo. Ji MBS. HOUSEWIFE WHY DO RUB when Aunt Sally'a n tablots mean no more rubbltl will mnko your wash day a pto Send for ft rrco sninplo table! particulars. Tho Housckeoperi ty Co., Drawer D. 171 2nd it. Francisco, Cnl. ' MODERN maternity home; V ensos solicited; homes found children. Phono, Was. 7059. W tor St., Salt Lnko City PALMISTRY charts; your lnefc your hand; toll your own ai your frlonda' fortune with our and wondorful chart, tl ' Inches; sont postpaid for 10c Idaho Snlos Co., Twin FalU, U Js A pllo ouro that euros or mow! funded 21 doses taken lrt will euro tho worst caso of P gnrdlcss of how long standing, remedy bonis from tho lnMj Prlco I1.C0 post-paid. Standard: ply compnny. 1330 Lawrence Uonvor, Colo. ' FOR 8ERVICE The "Famooi't C. hog, recently shipped from gnn, owned hy A. J. Hroombe1 AUTOMOBILES , RANDALL-l)OI)D AI'TO CO-Jl USED CAR DEPT,. 53 '"' SOUTH, SALT LAKE. , Slightly used enrs at UargalaF nil thoroughly overhauled onr ed, Cars sultnblo for pleasur routes, mnll routes, It. F P'.!r rout sorvlco nnd dollvory or";, ours now nud aavo money '., to rospnnslblo parties on caw S. It will pny you to InvestlB"'4, aro on I ho market for a car deBcrlntlmi v CAM FOB MR CHKIt"' PS I'D OAR I "'''T, ,..,); Was, 3357 Salt Lako City ""'j.