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B AMERICAW ffOntc'niTl.BM. BATOnDAY, JUNE 2i, IMS. ' ' , B
I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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Bjf This wny for the, very best in Job
Wm I'UuUmk. Cull 85 2Ctf.
Btr Hveryone will linvc a lino time In
I I American Fork on July 6th.
I Miss Arscna ilnnson Hpcut tlio week
! In Halt Ukc with Mrs. It. Lamb.
T. A. Osborno wns In Salt Lnko
Sunday visiting with his folks.
Mayor E. Greenwood and Council-
man J. I), Sceloy made a business trip
L to Salt Lake Saturday.
H Miss Kuto CI too spent Monday iu
Salt l.ako with her brother Wallace
Mm Ilcams.
BM Mr. and Mrs. A. I), Chlpmau spent
Bjg tho first of the week hero with Mr.
IB mid Mrs. T. S. I'rlday mid family.
BE Mrs. Perry Hush spent the week In
BE Provo with her mother, Mrs. C. I).
B Sutton.
I Clyde Thornton was In Alpine Sun
day visiting with his slotcr, Mrs. Fred
Strong.
Miss Wllla Pool left Monday for a
two weeks visit with relatives In Salt
Auburn Cltlpman Is home from Salt
Lako to spend the summcx at the
homo of his father, Mr. S. D, Chlpmnn
A mnn says ho will dlo If thu girl
to whom ho is proposing won't have
him but wntch him swim for shore
when she throws him overboard.
Miss Klvn Chlpmau spent tlio first
of tlio week In Provo with her sister,
Mrs. It. J. Murdock and Mrs. Horve)
Flotcher.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wootton and fam
ily autoed to Provo canyon Sunilo)
morning nud spent tlio, day at Sprliif
It has been a long timo since wt
have heard of n woman flagging i
trnlu with her red pottlcoat. A pet
ticoat theso days couldn't bo seen.
Mrs. Hurl Stcolo returned to her
homo In Salt l.ako Saturday, after a
ten day visit here with her sister Mrs
J. M. Steele.
Mrs. Myrtlo King entertained Sun
day at dinner In honor of Mrs. Ike
Stevens of Ionn, Idaho, covers were
laid for ten.
"Ltttlo pots of flowers,
Mttlo potH of paint,
Mnko attractive neighborhoods
Out of them that ain't."
Mlas Aunlo Hnmnett of Salt Lake
spent tho first of tho week hero with
her sisters, Ronh and Mrs. Tom Hunt
Miss Liza Hludley who is attending
summer school nt Provo spent Sunday
hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John 11. Hludley.
Only a few days now until tho
"Olorlous Fourth" In which to sup
ply yourself with slippers, hoslory and
holiday necessities. You can do thu
best nt People's Co-op., Lchl. 26-1 1
Many people, who do not contribute
a dollar to the support of n newspa
per, wonder that they never receive
a purf through its columns. Tho same
people, probably never contribute, u
petition, mid yot tixpoct St. Peter to
meet them with a delegation of angels
and escort thc.ni to heaven,
. Miss Ann Chlpman cutortalned the
Bj' Mutual officers and teachers Friday
R. afternoon, the time was spent In sow-
H"'' iug and playing games, prlzos being
B).. awarded to Mrs, Llllln Push and Miss
BJ Myrtlo Coddiugton. At the end of a
BJ' very dollghtful afternoon u choice
Bt luncheon was served.
BJ Times are hard, to bo sure, but
BJ what's tho use of climbing up on n
BJ dry goods box nud day aftor day pro-
Bjj claiming to tho world this old thread-
BJj bare storeotyped assertion. We some-
1 times think that times ought to be
Bj more stringent with somo of these
B fellows. Did It ever occur to you that
M tho genuine hustler rarely, If over,
BM comiilaiiiH of hard times?
WU r, n
I The Cost
BJ
or cako mntorials la higher
B than ever. Every woman
BMJ knows that, and so does the
BMj liusband who gets the bill.
BMj That's why moro seuslblu
BMJ woman than over buy theJr
BM cakes, pastry, bread and oth-
BB er things from this bakery.
BB It's cheaper mid no bother.
BB Prices remain tho same. Our
BB high quality never varies.
H AM. FORK BAKERY.
mBJmw Main Street.
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Mr. and MrB. E. It. T. Dloomqulst
spent Wednesday in Logan.
S. II. Chlpmnn inndo n business trip
to Provo Wednesday.
E. It. ,T. Hloomqulsl and wife hnve
taken up their resldonco In tho E.
S. Ellis resldcnco on Stnte street.
Camp supplies for that canyon trip
People's Co-op., Lchl. 20-It
Mr. and Mrs Irvlu Jacobs of Provo
worn tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. Henrold Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Wm Laurson Is in from tho herd
to spond a couple of week's with tils
wife and family.
Mrs. Leltoy Tliorno of Pleasant
Orovo spent Tuesday hero with her
pnronts, Mr. nud Mrs. Charles Loglev
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Chlpmnn and
family nutocd to Salt Lako Tuesday
and spent the day with relatives.
Mrs. Tom Singleton and daughter,
Llllle, autoed to Provo Tuesday and
spent the doy with relatives.
Miss Lcotm Clark returned Tues
dny evening from n two weeks' visit
with her relatives In Logan and Og
dcn. Mrs. Chnrlotto Fenthorstono return
ed Monday from u flvo weeks visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Deri Johnson In
Salt Lake.
Mrs. Minnie Pulley underwent an
operation for appendicitis Inst Sntur
doy at the L. I). S. Hospital. She
Is getting along very nicely.
Mr. W. T. Ilrown returned tho first
of the week after a few days visit with
his daughter. Mrs. Arlecu Lemon In
Knmas, Utah.
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Walton and Mr.
and Mrs. Jbe Walton autoed to Salt
Lake Sunday and spent thu day with
Mr. nitd Mrs. Wm. Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ocorgu llrlttou nud
family moved down from Salt Lake
this week, and will make this their
future home.
Mrs. Elmer Strong nud children
left tho first of the week for Provo
to mnko her home. Mr. Strong Is em
ployed In tho Provo Utah Power'nnd
Light office,,
Mrs. Elizabeth Lowe returned Frl
doy afternoon from n week's visit with
her son T. A. Lowo and wife In Frnnk
Iln, Idaho.
Tho American Fork Co-op. employ
ees enjoyed an outing to Snratogn
Springs Tuesday evening. After bath
ing, luncheon wns served. Tho trip
was mndo by auto.
Farmers are Interested In good
roads In order to get tliejr stuff tr
town. Merchants nro Interested In
good ronds In order that tho farmers
may haul stuff away from town.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Roberts of Kirk
ham accompanied by Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Chlpmau, Jr., autoed to Eureka
Sunday.
Mrs. ltoy Peters of 'Garfield nnd
Miss Vovu PoterH of Provo spent part
of the week hero visiting nt the, home
of Mrs. Elizabeth Peters.
Mr. and Mrs. ('.. O. Hong of Salt
Lake spent Sunday hero visiting with
Mr. nud Mrs. Hny Simpson nnd Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Firm age. Mrs. Simp
sou accompanied them back for n few
days' visit.
0. C. Lockhnrt was down from Salt
Lako Saturday and Sunday visiting
with his wife who Is visiting at the
homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
K. Thornton.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Chrlstensen, MIbh
Flo Hnllsey and Mr. nnd Mrs. L. II.
JnckBon were Provo visitors Monday,
they spent the following dny In Salt
Luke.
Mrs. Iouls Harvey entertained Sun
day afternoon In honor of Mrs. Jack
Crooks of Shelly, Idaho. Thoso pres
ent wero Mrs. Jack Crooks, Mr. nnd
Mrs. llyron Crookston, Mr. nnd Mrs.
ChnrloB Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
IIiilHdiiy and O. A. Miller.
Miss Fern Thornton delightfully en
tertained n number of her girl friends
Frlduy evening. The, rooms wero
beautifully decorated In pink and
whlto roses and peonies. Covors wero
laid for ten.
Alex Pickering, accompanied by his
wife and son, motored down from Salt
Lake Sunday to ppond the day with
his uncle, H. E. King, nnd wife, re
turning homo thnt( evening Mr and
Mrs. J. F. Kirk worrtnlso Sunday visit
ors of the King family. Mrs. Kirk Is
n daughter of Mr nud Mrs. King.
!
Tho nboininnblo nulsnnco of cows
being allowed on paved sldownlk
should be nbuicil Tho officers slimi"
"run them In" whenewr possible nni'
"soak" the owners good and plenty
when tho nnluuil wns called for Man
ure ou paved streets la disgusting
Mr. John H. Dnvls made a business
trip to Salt Lako Tuesday.
Miss Jean Shelley spent tho week In
Salt Lake with Mrs. Agnes Singleton.
A few of our good gardeners arc
enting now potatoes this week.
Workmen commenced this week on
tho foundation for n. new brlok bunga
low for Joseph Dunklcy.
Mrs. Hoy Cook nnd L. I). Qarff of
Salt Lako spent tho first of the week
horo with Mrs. Uosn Drotnley.
Mr. and Mrs. Heed Gardner motored
to Provo canyon Tuesdny, returning
In the, evening.
Russell Dunklcy camo down from
Snlt Lako City Sunday to spend tho
day with his homo people.
Darwin Chaso left Tuesdny morning
for his home, in Victor, Idaho, nftcr n
six wcoks visit hero with his folks.
George Storrs of Provo was in Am
erican Fork Tuesday visiting with his
mother, Mrs. George Storrs, Sr.
Mrs. Hoy Greenwood spent tho forc
part of tho week In Salt Lnko with
Mr. and MrB. E. P. McGrow.
Dr. H, Hoblnson nnd wife, Dr. W. H.
Holdcn and Miss Ora Chlpmnn spent
n few days this week at tho Miller
Hill In American Fork canyon.
Mr. Alma Oleson of DIngKnm wns
here Sunday visiting with his wife
who Is nt tho homo of her mother,
Mrs. Gcorgo Storrs.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ncchara left Monday
for n two weeks stay In Salt Lnko
with Mr. and Mrs. George C. Lam
bert. All kinds of nlco things for picnic
lunches In Peoplo's Co-op. grocery de
partment, Lchl. 26-lt
Mrs. Addlo Rhodcbcck of Alberta,
Canada, speJit several days this week
In American Fork as tho guest of her
sister, Mrs. John Whipple.
Mr. Ell J. Clayson, president of the.
Alplno consolidated school district, Is
able to bo about again nnd Is attend
ing to his many duties In school and
church matters.
Mrs. Leo. T. Shelley entertained
Tuesday afternoon for a number of
hor friends." Covers wero laid for
eJght. " X
Mrs. Lllllo Hcywood, of Odgon and
mother of Mr. Dan Hoywood, Ameri
can Fork's popular baker, Is In the
city for a short visit to her son and
his wife.
Mrs. J. W. Ovard and daughter Mrs.
Emma Chase Miss Edna Chnse and
Will Chase left Tuesday for a two
week's visit with Mrs. Gcorgo Lee and
Mrs. Ellott Lee. In Ogden. a
Miss Clara 'Wootton of Salt Lake
spent Snturday afternoon nud evening
hero with her parents, Mr and Mrs.
John Wootton.
Mr. K. J. R. A. Pehrson, of High
land, has returned from his trip to Og'
den to attend n reunion of the grnd
notes of tho school for tho denf ond
blind at that place. Mr. Pehrson re
ports an unusually Interesting und en
joynblo time.
WILL SELL
1000 Pacific at 10o
2000 Hay Stato at 2c
1000 Silver Flat at lc
1000 Mineral Flot at 4 l-4c
10 Chlpman Merc Co $90.00
4 American Fork Co-op $25.00
WILL BUY
10,000 Pacific nt 10c lluyer CO days.
J. WATT STORRS,
American Fork, Utah.
NOTICE
Wo, wish to ask all those owing tho
lato William R. Webb to call and set
tlo their nccouuts within tho next ten
days so wo can pay expenses
The amounts are small, ringing
from 25c to $10.00; but tho total
amounts to some $250.00 and n need
tho money to settle up his boslin.ss.
Call at tho old place
2C-H. " George II, Webb,
o
Ghoico Cut Flowers
Ferns nnd Floral Deilgus.
Send to the Lehl Floral Co Lchl,
Tclophono 20.J. We tallver
PROMPTLY lYIt
I SALE
NOW is tin: jfo.vni OF WEDDINGS
axd iiok is thi: chanck to
gi:t silyowahk at 25 per
(tnt ott ox almost any.
thing in stock.
:-: MARTIN'S:-:
AMK1UCAN FOHK, UTAH.
Bargains BargainsE
-Bargains f
At The Am. Fork Co-op. If
for Ten Days fe
BUc
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Men's Suits Worth $20 for $2.50. ' ,
Men's Suits worth $20 and $25 for $5.00. '"
100 Suits worth from $12.00 to $25.00 for $9.00. B
20 per cent off on our Boy's Clothing. W
Men's Summer Shirts worth $1.00 for 50c. vcnl
Men's Overalls worth $1.00 for .50c.
100 Felt Hats worth $3.00 for $1.00.
Ladies' Fine Slippers worth $3.45 for .75c B '
Ladies' Low Shoes worth $3.45 for $1.50. BF
Ladies Slippers worth $3.00 for $1.00. BT
Boys' Dress Shoes worth $3.00 for $1.50. W
Children's Shoes 2 to 5 1-2 20 per cent off. Kn Ml
Men's Underwear 2 piece worth $1.00 for 50c. mA
Ch
We are prepared to clothe you and younE
for the 4th of July and the rest of I
the summer at prices that will m
appeal to you. K
Remember the Place ;;
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Am. Fork. Co-op. Inst, t
"THE PEOPLE'S STORE" JOS. H. STORES, Supt. . E
BM
All good kinds of fishing tncklo at
People's Co-op., Lchl. 2C-lt
Uum Preston spent" tho week In
Payson wltrffrlcnds.
Mrs. Alice. Hunter cntertnln'cd n
number of her old tlmo frlondB at
luncheon Monday aftornoon. Tho
rooms were beautifully decorated with
rosea and marguerites, which wero
unusually affective; tho table was
laden with every luxury of tho sen
son; and tho afternoon was ono of tho
.most plensnnt occnslons on the soclnl
calandcr.
Abuer Chlpmnn Is homo after an ab
sence of six wcckB nt his herd.
Jay Greenwood underwent an oper
ation nt tho homo of his parents, Mr.
nud Mrs.D. Y. Greenwood, for plurlsy
Inst Tuesday. Tho operation was suc
cessful nnd ho Is getting nlong as
we'll as could bo expected.'
Tho local manager of tho telephone
company received word Thursday an
nouncing that tho four party service
would bo restored, and thnt tho toll
chnrgo between towns would go Into
effect July.l8t.
. ,,
Elma and Howard Storrs oUBjl;
vlllo, spent tho first of the eiHr
with their grandmother, Mrs.O.BjC
They accompanied Mrs. AlmaOiflJt
Dlugham Wednesday mornloffll
few days visit. B
M
The name of Matildu Jacklln, V
tlo maid- of twelve sutnmeri, Bj
latest addition to tho roll cfW
In tho matter of, attendance t W
Llttlo Miss Mntllda has viDV
distance of two miles to choolB
Jng this tlmo; nnd holds teraB'
flcntcs for being neither ab
tnrdy. V
:- WHO PAYS
Did you ever stop to figure who pays these HIGH
PRICED SALE PROMOTERS, FANCY CARD I
WRITERS, who bring big banners and flags I
with them from one city to another, pull- I
ing off so-called special sales. It is I
not the store who is run- I
But the People Who Bur the Goods 1
Goods offered at 25 to 50 per lil off mu3t rat ave I
added on. Tho People of UtnV County know the Golden Rule
every day prices are ALVS lower than so-called special I
sales, and its all c1ph and now look over our yellow hill in I
your home ennparc it with all tho Sale Bills that you have, I
if it's Price, Quality and Style you are after, we got your I
business EVERY DAY BARGAIN DAY. . I
:- Remember Who Pays -J
Silk Poplin and Wash Dresses, Direct From New Yorl
for Fourth of July, $1 .98 to $5.90. I
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