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AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, sATt'ftDAV. JUNK 26, 1915 ; J
I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS MIsb Hvndeen Lee Is spending week with friends In Murray Orson Kolly Is homo after spending the pnst yenr In Now York. A.el Uloomnulst made n business trip to Salt l.nko Tuesday. All good kinds of fishing tncklo at U People's Co-op., Lehi. 2rt.U J. W. Myers mndo n business trip to I Snlt Lake Wednesday. Short WIIboii of I'rovo, spent Tues day here, guest of Miss Corn Gnrff. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hlckmnn open Thursday with relatives In Salt Lake Hort Miller spent part of tho wer I la lllnghnm on IiubIucss. i Great war diama photoplay at th Royal next week. 20-11 Mrs. Wayne Rhodes spent the fore part of tho week with relatives In Dcbort Dlckerson of Sat Lake, li here visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Alma Rowley. Alma Greenwood left Thursda; morning for an extended stay In Del Miss Arlni McGregor of Ogden, li here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. K. Jones. Mrs. Win. Miller entertained ai ill ner Wednesday. Covers were laid ft eight. Wnlter Webb of Ogdcn, spent a fr. days hern this week with Mr. and Mrc F. M. Houston. Miss Mate l'nrker left Wol:iesdn for a week's visit with Mr. and Mr F, I). Casslty of Provo. Will Moylo was down from Login tho first of tho week visiting with li' wife and family. MIbs Leah Rowley of Twin FulU Idaho, Is hero visiting with her sister Mrs, Frank Hansen. Mrs. David Lossco of I .oil I, spent th forepart of tho week hero with hr daughter, Mrs. Abram Orcenwood. Mrs. A. Adams of Salt Lake, Is hen and have men. at work re-papering and rc-palntlng her residence. A "kodak" will ad to yo'ir plea sure on that trip supplies and "ko daks" of all kinds at People's Co-op., Lchl. 2G-lt Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Iugcrsoll auto ed to I'aysou Moaday In their new Fold touring car. Don't mist the lilt,' Red, While am! Illnc Hull, Midi RomcII's full Salt LnM orchestra, at Apollo Hull, Tiiesda.v ulitht, June 2lh. 2.MI j Mrs. Julia Webb returned Monde B'' ) from a week's visit with her daughte 1 Mrs. Trefio Triptoc, In Salt Lake. K Mr. and Mrs. Claud Zabrlsklu or m plno, spent Thursday here with Mi B Zabrlsklo's sister, Mrs, T. II. Robin BB BS Mrs, Lawrence Hutchlngs, Sr., lef BB' Thursday for l.ogan to spend a couplr BBJ of weeks with her sou, Lawrence and BBJ "Tenting on the, old cami ground' BBf Up tho ennyon get your tents, fishing BBJ tacklo and enmp supplies at People' BB Co-op., I.clil. 20-lt BB Messrs Peter Crystal and Jmiir Cunningham motored down from Idr.- BB ho the first of tho week mid are vlsl'- BBt Ing with their folks, BBm Mrs. J. M. Greenwood Is up an around again after a two weeks' seg i of sickness. Mrs. Greenwood wn BBB poisoned on strawberries. BBS John II. Howe and Clyde Pnrkcr BBB went up American Fork canyon Tues- BBB (lay morning to commence work o1 BB the Silver Flat mine, BBB Mrs, Arthur Adams entertained nt BBB a birthday party Monday afternoon in BBB honor of nr son, Howard. Covers BBB were laid for fifteen. BBB Mrs N A. Wing entertained Mnr BBm day for her sou, Norman's, ilfteeuth BBl birthday About twenty wore present BBl nod enjoyed n cholcn luncheon. BBB Mrs Will Klsmorc. entertained th BBB U, II, ladles Thursday afternoon Tl BBBB time was spent In ueedio work, Into BBBM spersed with musical selections Mrs. J II. Hansen and daughters ilrs P P Hansen and ICdun or Kph BBB iiii) spent tho greater part of th- BBBB wek here with Mr. and Mrs. W. P BBBB BBBB Mrs. Jack Crooks returned to her BBB home In Shelley, Idaho, Friday after BBBB two weeks' stay hern with hsr sisters BBB' Mrs. Hm'oii Crookcton and Mrs. C. li bbBBbW bKJbbbbbb-. " AT THIS BANK- You will find unexcelled banking service. It is our film to render prompt and courteous service ut all times. Prudent, careful people have l'orttwonly I'onr yearsfound this bank to be satisfactory in every way; Wo invite your account and assure you ellicienl service and every eourfesy. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. Bank of American "Fork (THE OLD RELIABLE) Mrs. Alice Uiccuwood of Salt Lake, is here visiting with her parents, Mi and Mrs. Samuel Greenwood. Mrs. Altherla Downey and Miss rtthul Kolly left tho ilrst of tho week tor u week'u .'IhU nt Saratoga Spring.. Fluga, bunting tuid Fourth of July Icieoratlons at People's Co-op., Lchl. Mrs. Frank O'Hrlen of Salt Lake Jlly, was visiting with her sister, Mrs. Sherwood Adams, several days this veck. The joung ladlcfl of tho Fourtl Ward met Wednesday nfteruoon at t kcusliigtou In tho grove, Games wen played, luncheon sorved mid n goot time wns hoi' 'y nil Mrs. H. T. Ciilnier, who has been dvlng u sorles of HiiecoHsftil dances u tho Orpheus Hall, will give a Red White and Hluo Hall In tho Apollt ,iext Tuesday night. Tho ladles an j.xpected to wear red, white ami blui, sashes and the gentlemen will each Do given a little Hag. Rosell's band vlll supply the iiiubIc. Prophetic Fails and Fancies OUllill 111,,.. USi IM.-.S. ,., ,vt,ll 1. UsJ V.H141U ,111 .tll.l.s .,t.i.u, !..' iliei' miliulrtiiuio i tuiii.v., miu is. 1 lUllllll III W10 UUOK Ol l.UUUB sjlllsllU, ..uiui ' uopo oi .ion, mm puuiisucu .a itiii aim now iouuU in mo timet jity iiorary in ikiooi, ouiyiiuuu. as our eiUei'H in mat uiiboiun nine .iivusugaleu tins una lOumi u lu ut a iiuuii, li s line lu mu ic.iucts oi .ins impel to Kini mu incts oi tno case. in tho "lmproveiuc.it r'ni" for Jan uary i.u8, oilier Union o. wens ol me 'irst Counsel ot seventies exposed .ins so culled prophecy minor iieauiug ji "a rruuuitaii iTophecy t.xposeu. quoting tho prophecy lu mil utter It iuU been pubitHiieU by tho local paper, no said: "i wonder it tuo editor ot tliu .ocal paper lotcrrcd to lealy lu tumleU to stiiud respouslblo tor the pialu asset Hon that Uils woudertul prediction U to bo IouuU in tho above mentioned book, or has ho permitiea nmselt to bo imposed upon oy somu jne elsor If It bo true, It should bu tcrlllcd. Dut on tho other liuiul, It .t bo untrue, tho perpetrator of this .riuul deserves severe reprimand. For .ny part, I am free to admit that 1 egard it tin n "fako" and u fraud, ivoout ten years ago (About 18'JSJ, n'iillo visiting thu Swiss and Uermau missions 1 came to llasol, Switzerland, l resolved to visit tho library and if possible obtain tho book. I succeeded ii getting tho book "Ion's Hoffiiuug," or The Hope of Ion, by Lutlus Qra iluno, printed lu tho year 173'J. Jointly n Ith Klder Peter Loutcusoek then pre jldlug In that mission, I rend It from Jturt to llnluh, and much to my re riret ami dlsiippoliittucut 1 found In It to uuch prediction ami nothing that von resembled It." Later, In 1901, Or. David L, MeUonald, then presid ing over tho Swiss mission, obtained iho book ami read It with the same result. Wo quoin again from Klder Union S. Well's. Finding, however, a paiagrnph which to him seemed pro photic and relating to tho coming forth of tho latter day work; ho pho tographed tho pago containing It. Dc-gliiulug-'at tho tenth lino It translates as follows: "Then beforet tho end of tho world will tho gospel manifest It self so powerfully throughout tho en tlro world that tho heavens and the eaith shall confess that thoy must sooner perish than tho word of Christ, and with such almighty, (lod.Elvon power shall common, unstudied peo plo bo endowed, tho like of which people tho world nover would hae UBcd for such high work of reforma tion upon tho faeo of tho earth. At tho beginning thero will bo but little nppenraiico that anything will be ac complished through them, that oven tho enemy and tho revengeful dragon, together with his bride, tho proud world, will actively rldleulo them, not less than the, great Goliath did little David: then shall many a rcasoner think. Oh, these shall little hinder such almighty spirits, of whom each one Is stronger than all men on earth." Uvea If this may be considered pro phetic lu some respects, "there Is nothing" to quote again Klder WelU on this genuine (-notation from Xlnu' Hoffiiuug, or for that maiter any other passage, of that book that would e. ar rant tlto statement referred to In th beginning of this article, and let us I uopu mat it will not be used citner at iioiuo or nuruiiu in me mission neiu in support ol mo great worK of tue .misict. Uicro is enougii ot real pio puecy wltaout using any that is bogus io convince the honest in Heart ot tne truth," 1 sliiill give n few Interesting pro motions uuotii America uuu mu t,aner my i-.ioii, outside oi tioiy Writs, tnni Jiiiluiigty correspond wiui mo oeitcts i me matter Day balms, uui to sunt puco 1 shull quote ttiuu briefly with jiu comment unit let me reuuer uraw .Us own conclusions. Senetii looru l beioro Christ, died ii titter ChrisU says lu his nrst booK .vleua. llieio snail come a tltno In liter ages ulicn ocean sliall release Us chtiius and u wasto coutlneni ap pear ami a pilot shall 11 nd new worlds and Thulo (.Norway and Iceland; jhall bo no more earths bound." (See Hie, Voting American Annual" page .17, by the Right Rov Samuel Fallows U. D.) St. iJrandon, Abbot of Clralufort. Ireland, who diet! A. D. 077, 18 biiIU io huo spent io years In two un jiiccessini vuuges hi llio company ot jovciity-liie. monks, lu quest oi an Is and which Inspiration told them was a land promltcd to the silnK" See Aroud iho World With tho Great voyagers' pago 4S) Sir Thomas Hrovvn A. D, lliS:!, suys: When Spain shall be in America hid, and Mexico she.li provo u Madrid, when Africa hhuli no more sell out ihelr blacks to make slaves and drudges to tho American tracts. When America shall cease tu send out Its ii ensure, but empty ll ut homo In Am erican pleasure; when tho new world sliall tho old Invade, nor count them their lords, but their fellows lu trade. Then think strange things have come to light, whereof but fow hnvo had a foresight." (Tho Young American An nual, pago Il'J.) Ulshop Ilerkley A. D. 1720, said: "Westward tho course of empire takes lis way; tho first four acts already past: a fifth shall close tho drama with tho day, times noblest offspring Is tho last. (Ibid, pago 40.) Samuel Sowall A. D. 1727, said: "Angels Incognito hnvei sometimes mado themselves guest of men, de signing thereby to surprise them with a requital of their love to strangers. In llko mnniicr tho Knglish nation lu showing kindness to the aboriginal natives ot Amcrlcn may possibly show kindness to Israelites unaware. In stead of being branded for slaves with llOl IronH 111 tile fooc, nnd nrmo, null driven by scores In mortal chains, they shall wear tho mimo ot Qod In their forohcads, and thoy shall bo de livered Into tho glorious liberty of the, children of Qod. Asia, Africa and Kuropo havo each of them had a glor ious gospel day. None, therefore, will grieved nt anyone's pleadings that America may be, mndo co-partners with her sisters lu tho free mid sov ereign graco of Cod. Now Jerusulcm will not straighten and enfeeble, but Invigorate, Christianity lu the several quarters of the world, In Asia, In Af rica, lu Kuropo nnd In America. And ono that hns been born or lived lu American nioro tliiin three-score years, It may be pardonable for him to itsk. Mhj ma) that not lie the place of new JeriiMileml Of all parts of tho world which do from this char ter entitle themselves to the. govern ment of Christ. America's pleo, lu my opinion, Is the strongest. Now If the Inst Adam did give orders for the en graving of his name upon this last earth, It will draw with great cou sequences even such as will, lu time, bring tho poor Americans out of their grnves nnd make them live." (See, "Voting American Annual" pago 40 and 41.) The samo author also says: "Lift up your heads, 0 y gates (of Colum bia) and be yo lifted up, yo everlast ing doors, and the King of Glory shall come in " (Ibid, page 34) We will close with ono more quo- ALEX CHRISTENSEN'S Auto Bus TO Saratoga Springs .VI CUNTS HOI'MJ TRIP nVCI(2 r.VKKY nilDNL'Sim ami SVIVMIAY MIJHTS J. Ii. Wootton jgfi, and Mines Commercial and Mining Stocks niip.H.iN ih'k nni.nixfj IK HIP HAVi: .t:YTIIIM. 'IO (an Supply You Willi 1'nrm or MII.I., m I. i:n Residence Properl) nt '' Your Own Terms We take pleasure in announo fe ing to the ladies of Lehi and Am- Ej5 erican Fork, a return appearance of 5 the noted electric range expert ;; Ho(-": Mary Gray Marston p Btlon- In exhibitions of electric cooking and Uses of K-a Electric Cooking Stoves. ; Bi pic Lehi Am. Fork B Wednesday Thursday 1 Evening, June 30th Evening, July 1st. WW You are most cordially invited to attend. Miss Marston's Bj work will be alonff practical and highly interesting lines and mLt she will lead discussions on electric range cooking in which Hire all the ladies present may participate. I W' Utah Power & Light Co. If "Efficient Public Service" I, lu tallou from 'Hon. John Bright, lu a speech nt nermlngham, December 18, 18C2: "I have n 'far other and far brighter vision beforo my gaze. It may be but a vision, but I will cher ish .it. I sco one uist confederation from the frozen north In unbroken line to the glortlng south, and from the wild billows ot the Atlantic west ward to tho calmer waters of the Pa cific iiiuiii ami I sco one people nnd one law, and one language and one faith, and over all that wide conti nent, the home of freedom, and the rcfugo for tho oppressed of eierj nice and of cut) clime." (Ibid, page 3G.) ADOMMl NIKLSEN. FOURTH DISTRICT COURT. lu tho Fourth district court Mon day, In addition to probate orders the following buslnras was transacted: C. A. Johnson et nl vs. Utah Qlast company, defendijnt's motion to transfer to Salt Ktiko county granted Albert llurr vs. Chas Hawiliis; de murrer overruled by consent, ten days to answer. Artie Ico nnd Machine Co. vs. O, P. Gnrff, et nl., dumurrer confessed; permission given to file amiMidcd com- plnlnt. Albert Hurr vs. Win. M. Itoylancn Co., demurrer overruled; 20 days to nnovver. llrlggs Pharmacy vs Amorlcan Fork City; tlmo for defendant to file bill of excoptlonn extended to July 31. Mnrtlia 13, Drown, et nl., vs. John A. Howes; dwnurrer confessed; six days o answer. Inheritance Tux Appraisers K. T. Jones, Alma Orcciiwod and F. A." Hulsli hnvo filed reports on valuation of two estates of descendants: Georgo M. Smoot of Provo, wIiobo esinto Is appraised at $3.1,352.25 and Thomas A Sholloy of American Fork, estate up praised nt $13,211.02. i t AtmCE OF ASSESS3! KM' AO. 1 ' Silver Flat Mining and Jlllllng fJll Principal plnco of business AmerMri can Fork, Utah. Notlco is hcrebyVilt on, that ntn meeting ot tho Dlrcctoflu of tho abovo named company held oM , tho 7th dny of Juno 1915, aBRCssmetB.i No. 30 of $1.00 per 1000 shares (oMp, mill per shnro) was levied on H capital stock ot tho corporation (. ablo immediately, to J. Kdw Ucnntsl at his office, American Fork, I'tiflj Any stock on which this nsscssmtoB'j remains unpaid on July IStli, 11( will bo delinquent nnd ndvertlacd teB salo nt public auction and unless wl incut Is mndo beforu will bo tolJWe; nosday, July 28, 1915 nt -l o'clock mi m. at tho office of tho Secretary, W, Amorlcan Fork, Utah, to pay tho teB" lliKjuoul assessment together wltbtlitK cost of advertising and expense olB sale. H .1. l'A)Y. HIIXSKTT, Secrclir.W llrst Tub. Juno 12.. Last Jul) 10,'liB NOTIir.Vd KXCKPT THU MIM I can mnko moiioy without advcr I Using. Dut Injudicious advcrtls- Ing is a 'sinful wasto of money. This pnpor is a good pullor ni1 result getter glvo it a trial nnd bo convinced. BUSINESS DIRECTORY CLARENCE M. BECK I.AWYUlt Associated with Thomas Marloncaux Salt l.ako Oilloo 919-920 Kearns Dulldlng. OFFICIO CI 1 1 I'M A.N HANK ULDU. American Fork, Utah. Edward B. Jones .mi.m.m. am) cmi. r,.s;it:i;n l. h. Uepiit) Mineral hunejor hand and Mineral Htirvuying tui l.iiWBUlts u Specially All Woik (Sua'-uiricL'd Phone iMU-'.'r. I.ein. Iltab MARTIN M. LARSON Atttirnej.at-I.aw IIOhllltOIIK Ill.Ot'U, PKOVO, UTAH Hank lllilg Pleasant (J rove 'I lie t Illen wants )our Job print. Ing JleSMtt HiDiluess Man, Profession, nl Man and Urcry Dio Citizen. 28-lt JULY 4TH. EXCURSION Via I). & It. a. July 3rd, 4th, and 5th, Ono single faro for tho round trip on basis of thirty dny fares be tween uny two stations lu Utah on the Donvor nnd Itlo Grande, Tickets on sale, July 3rd, 4th nnd 5th, good until July Oth returning. 2C-21 IT IS THUU that thu unusual salo of a remedy Is tho best ovidonco ot Its merit. TRADC MARK RHEUMATISM POWDERS aro guaranteed to glvo relief from rhoumntlsm, Thoy aro unusually largo sellers. Sold only by us, 50c and $1.00. r. m. nwnv.v. American Fork. J. TRAOEY WOOTTON Attorney at Unit. Associated with Gustlii, Gollctte & Ilrnyton, 1301-7 Wulker Dank Dldg. Salt l.aku City, Office Chipman Bank Bldg. AMKIUCAN FOIIK, - UTAH Grants Music Store For Sheet Music and Books Choir Books, etc. Books foi Libraries, Church Works, etc. Wallpapor in Stock. Pictures, Frames, Mirrors, etc. etc. CALL and SEE THE LOGIE HOUSE A Family Hotel Hates Iteasoiiahle Merchant Htrcet American Fork Phone tMV J. WATT STORRS Ilenl Uslale, Loans, Indiisltlnl miJ Mining Slocks INSUHANCK of Abb KINDS Ahslratis Xolary, T)powrllIn? OIlco 1 Door Knst of Alplno Pub, Co' Ofllce, American Fork (JKA.NT UI.KUTItIC (J0Ml'AY Lot Us Do It If Us Kleetrlcnl piiom: ... u Wu may not lo the unrest WWfr GI3T to you. but we will try ' come thu nearest lo pleasing yo" F. M. IIIHMVN, Phiiriii' cM . Amorlcan Fork, m . S. LAMUULAlX liauo Dealor and Tuner 1 1 1(1 So. .".th Uithl Suits Lake MO U '