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HI I BH AMrmnAM FORK CITIZEN'. SATURDAY. flEPTEMnER 25. 1915. B Stake Fair Is II a Great Exhibit ,1 "Smaller Than the State Pair, but Better" KjBj Tho Allilno Stake M. 1. A. Fnlr In GB IMng up to Uh slogan, "Smaller TI11111 flS Hid Sluto Fair, but Hotter." Some, jiur- 6 19 "L's WM0 llaV1' "Ht ro,llrill'(l from thn P ,'Jjjj Hum Francisco oxiiudiiiou, nml after if 9 MsltliiK thu M. I. A. Milr on Uh open- H ffl itiK nlKht, decliiro that thu fruit ox. i I'm ,lll,lt WIIH hotter both in ruiantlty nm! Fi ftJV iiuallty limn I'tnh's fruit exhibit In 1 '!wi Hon Francisco, E 'ifll I'rob.ibly Iho chief roaturo in tb jH tair Ih the lailloH' exhibit, which Is l !Ptfl far tho most extensive ever shown I. 49H tlllfl COI.-..I.V. iho (liuillty Ih also ex- SfBB ccjiuiit mm qunl to Hint ustinllj jptaH shown in tin) statu fnlr. Thu lieu Hlvi EbIsB K'r'M '"lV,) "lu cll,L'f '""Plays; nearl) 8RS ovory Bwarm In tho Stake having at SbBsJ oxhlblt; tbo swarms or each ward be, BjjGj lUK .giouped together. It will bo 1 Knla most (illi.iua matter to determine tin aPHB ttliinci, m iioaiiy equal are thu never. KIWI "' exhibits. pjj3 Tbo awnrds have not been made, mH '"'l w'" ''" unnouncwl today. TIk K3H Strand prize fur thu ward having the ' fetjlH greatest number of exhlbitH will prob- RBfl "I'ly go to the Lehl First Ward, who EH havo by far the biggest display, but ESi Homo ot tho smaller wards may win KSw out on a proportionate basis. ' , Bfl Tho work of tho boys clubs Is groat. BiH Tho contests, are chiefly In sugar BBJ beets, The.ro are flue samples of po- Bffi tatooH, com, wheat, beeta, carrotH, cu-' HH ciituborH, cabbage and cuullflowerH. H John lliintor Iiiih 11 bill of Kcntiic- HH ley corn 12 feet high. Tho contents In jH fri1" ,ir largely lu mammoth, well. HH colored Elhcrta pcacboH. The apples, SjflJB pears, grapes and plums are also ox- Lflffi cdllont. Tho l.uhi Hoys' Agricultural HHRj club has 11 most creditable exhibit, and m Don't Let Your Taxes H Be Advertised B9H A change has been made this year BB In tbo time when taxes will becomo SH dollmiuont. Formerly it was tho ICth BBH of November. Hereafter It will bu I9 December 4th. B Another chnntto baa been mado In RIB tho cost of advertising: Heretoforo JJK5 the cost v.'iis 25 cents per description, tuHj so that 11 man whoso taxes Amounted ASH to $100 could wait a month longer utid UjvH ,l,,y oll,y 5 CCI,,B for "10 nccommo- lYUU (latlon, This year charges for delln- U qucnt will bo 2 per cent, so that If ImBa "i'r Bnln0 lnnn f""8 ,0 l'a' when Ida BB taxes nro duo, ho will have to pay BBS $3.00 for his forgotfulnoBS. figj fast day tomorrow HH On account of tho general confer- HH enco coming 011. October 3rd, tomor- nBR row, Soptombcr 20th, will bo observed nwl as Fast Day In nil the, Wards or tbo HjHj Alpine Stake. HBJ S. I Cllll'MAN, SBfl JAMES II. CIARKE, HI AIIHI. J. EVANS, SS Stake Presidency. H THE EMPRESS THEATRE. QH Salt l.ako City, Sept. 24 Ouj now BBk theatrical enterprise has been launch- jH ed lu Suit l.ako and has met with un. BH lliultc.d succosB. It Is tho Ernest ! Wilkes Stock Company, playing at the H Kmprosa Theatre, Main Streot. Tho BH Emprcua forma n second houso In a HB circuit of stock theatres Mr. Wilkes ff Ih estnbllsltlng. BB Ho linn brought to Salt l.nko nil ox- 9H ceptlonally strong company assembled 9QJ from nil over tho country and Is pro- mji Hcntlug only the big American sue- Ub cesses. Many of tho plns scheduled H for an earlv prc.ji ntatlon .will be pH shown for tho first tlmn In Salt IJikc. EBJ City nt popular prices, TIiIh Is tbo BB caso with tbo "lluttortly 011 tho Wheel" mam which will bo tbo attraction nt tho HB Empress, Stnto Fnlr week. BflJ Tho stock company has thus far up. BH penred lu but two plays, "Within tbo BH Law," In which It opened and broke BH all house records for altenilance, ami BH tho "Yellow Ticket," which Is nightly EJB playing to capacity this wee.k, 1'rlces BH within everybody's reach wero eatab- jH lished, and that such a policy with Vtj high class phi) s presented was appro. Hj elated Is umnireHted by the returns nt Hgj the, box otllco. Mr. Wilkes la planning HB to open ut least ono other stock house HS In tbo lutormountaln country nt an HR enrly'dato. HH -aaHlaHri the fruit oxhlblt by N. 11. Helselt Ih worthy of mention. There Is a big watermelon and some peanuts 011 vino by J Orr of Highland, Tho Soudan grass by H. I). Wntlley of .Man ila, and John Woodhouse of l.clil, at tracts much attention. Tbo boys' pig contest Is n great suc ocsHi nlso thu poultry, both by tho boys' clubs. Probably tho greatest curiosity Is the 'live porcupine I lie cabinet ot iiiirloslties by .Mai tin Hanson will probably take the pile. A feature of the fair Ih tho voca. lion and industries section which is largely educational Tho InduRlricH Katured 1110: Printing, by tho Alpine nib. Co.; sugar making, by tho Utah-I Idaho Sugar Lo.: Hour making, by tho I l.clil Holler Mills; baking, by tlio Ainorleaii Fork llakory ; diversified ' iiirmlng, clay iiroduets, by Utah Flroj Clay Co., fruit growing, by II. I). Wad. ' ley; wool and sheep Industry and dry farming. These were arranged to sug- 1 gest tbo different stages and processus 1 of each industry. Tho refreshment committee sells confectionery mid Is doing a good IiuhI 1 ess in "hot dogs" and ment pica. Tho entertainment commlttoo is giv ing some good shows, and will close tonight with a vaudeville by some Salt Lake people. Tho baby show, which closes tonight, is also expected to' cieate much Intoiest Altogether, Mr. j Hanks, Mrs. Stookcy anil their able, corps of assistants are to be highly j commended for their uiiurlllclng work, which Is educational and doss much lu developing the country, Somo of the exhibits should go ito the Stnto Fair lu Salt l.ako. ! PUBLICITY PRESltfTENCE Tho merchant who Is starting an advertising campaign frequently rails 10 appreciate tho necessity of persis tence. Ho la more apt to pay for it big spludgo for ti few numbers and then quit for 11 time. Tho general trend of'ndvorllsiug opinion Is that a suiullcr Bpneo used regularly miys bet tor. Tho results ut advertising comci in jiio or two wnya. A buyer may huvo ill mind somo particular purchase that it Is desired to make nt that lime. I'ho newspaper Is searched to seo what merchants nro advertising In that line. Tho most attractive offer ings nro noted In tbo memory. Tho customer visits those stores. Whllu this la tbo kind of a thing that Imp pens every day", It In not tho whole result or effort of advertising by tiny ineaiiB. Tho other result Ih tho creation of a general Impression that a certain merchant Is, enterprising and Is us ing much effort and Intelligence to glvo good values, That kind of ad vertising Is cumulative, tho outcome of driving a curtain Idea Into thn pub lic mind day after day. A woman may rend advertisements for many week and not buy anything of a certain lino simply becaiiBo she Is already sup plied with those goods. Finally she concludes that alio must make, n purchase. Ho mind reverts to tbo notices or that kind ot goods she has been soelug lu her newspaper. The man whoso advertising she has seen week nflor week or day oftcr dny Is tho 0110 that has mado the Itnpres slon on her mind. Slight Impressions govern trade. It Is next to Impossible tor a mini who does not advertise to convevy tbo Idea that ho Ih iiii enterprising denier. Ills townspeople will not push his busl uess ror dim, ir lu Is too slow to push a for hlinseir. Tbo only way to con vlnco people that )ou have, values, Is o toll the public what you havo and iet them Judge. Tho nowspaper will nlk to hundreds of pcoplo while you ire explaining to one. THE MAN WHO LIVES. To lives lu a true sense, Is to act o think, Them an svbo sows and renps, who Millds and buya and sells, who creates mil consumes, who Is nblo to put Us thought Into brick and stone and iteol, who is able to glvo to the world a thought that takes color nnd form? a, thought Hint lives nnd moves and has Its Iwlng among tlw struggling mass of onward marching humanity, Is this mall who lives. ; And If you will stop to consider, bo Ih tho man you read about. Hooks are written about tho achelvct incuts of men. History Is tho record of deeds. 11 Is them en who roiiRbt nnd bird nnd died upon tho bnttleriolds ofjlio nations of whom tho historian writes and the poet sings. Wo could present tho ense for the unsung hero, the, man who struggles and fights and falls but that 8tor does not belong lu this chapter. Wc are here dealing with the caso for no tion extolling notion In tho abstract. Action Is life, nnd life Is action. Hend your musty old books If yrn will. Dig, delve and dissect among the decomposing debris of tho dead past, If you like, but do not forget that Hint past wns what It was, or la whnt III, simply becnuso nt one tlmo It exis ted ns tin active, living present. 1 If today would llvci tomorrow It 1 must bequeath nu net Hint lino life. I Education, culture, refinement arc hothouse plants that need to bo trans 1 planted out In the open field of llfo i If thev aro to be of service to man kind. ir you slop to think you will find Hint youur own unwritten thoughts are. qulto aa Interesting reading ns are tho thoughts you find in books. You pay 11 man the extreme of com pliment nnd homage when you spend hours or probably days cultivating the acquaintance of his mind ns It ox pLCHSca Itself through tho printed pages of his books. Hid you over atop to think that 'it would pay you to cultivate the ac qualntaiice of your own mind? Try It, as nn experiment. -Ounnnr HJoriisou, in Minneapolis Mascot. BOOST! Do you know there's lots of people Slttln' round most every town Growling like, 1111 ugly puppy, Knocking ovory good thing dowiv. Don't bu that kind of cattle, 'Cnuso they uln't no use on enrtr Hut Just bo n booster rooster, Crow and boost for all your worth. If your town needs boostln,' boost hor, Don't look back nnd wait to sco If somo other fellow's wlllln,' Sail right In, this country's free.. No oiiq'b got a mortgage on it, It's Just yours as much as his; If your town la shy of boosters, You get In tho boostln' biz. If things don't seem to suit you An tho world seems kinder wroug, What's tho matter with a boostln, Just to help tho thing along? 'Cause if things should stop again, We'd bo In a sorry plight, You Just keep tho horn a-blowlu,' Hoost her up with nil your might. If jou see some fellow tryln' For to make somo project go, An' you can boost It up a trlfln. That's your cue to let him know That you're not golu' to knock it, Just because It ain't your shout, Hut Hint you nro going to boost n llttlo 'Cnuso ho Is got the best thing out.' According io 11 story they nro telling in, Now York the Cerimiu Knlscr was complimenting a soldier named Elu 4iciu, who had distinguished himself 011 the, Meld of battle. "I am told," so (ho Kuiser Is quoted ns saying, that you are 11 very poor mnu nnd tho only support of your aged parents. He auso or your poverty you shall have jour choice between taking tins Iron .Iross or n hundred marks." Your majesty," Inquired tho canny hero, 'vut is tho cross vorth In money?" Wot much," Bald the emperor; "it Is .he honor that makes It valuable It worth perhaps two marks," "Veil, den," said Private Einstein, drawing hlmseir up to his full height nml sn 'utlng, "I will tnko tho Iron cross and nlnety-olght murks lu cash!"- Sun Francisco Argonaut 11 H"i print Hatter nippers. if BACK TO NATURE , A I.e.i l not suproscd to ive much rniiiiiion sfM or tact, ,d every (hue she lays an efifi he cackles forth tho fact. A rooster Is largely feathers, with III t 'liit'llec' to show, 1 Hut none the less most .roosters hae enough good sense to crow. The mule, tho most despised of boasts, ahs n persistent way Of letting people know bo's 'round, by his Insistent bray. The busy little, bees they Imizt. bulls bellow and cows moo, And watch dogs bark nnd ganders quack and doves and pigeons coo. The peacock spreads his tall and jqunwks, pigs squeal and robins sing, And even serpents know enough to hiss before they sting. 41ut man, the greatest rnastcrplocoi that nature could devise, Will often stop nnd hesitate before he'll ADVERTISE. Classified I Ads j FOR SALE FOR. SALE Winter pears; 60c per bushel nt Carl Gunther's, I.elil. 25-21 FOR 8AI.E Jersey (now milch) cow. Inquire of Annie Green, American Fork, 2G-2t-p FINK QUALITY MEN'S SAMPLE suits and overcoats, nil sizes, $17.60 Wolf Tailoring Co., 40 W. Ilroadway, Salt Lake. N. 27-p FOR SALE A fi-room white pressed brick house, qunrter ncro of land, located two blocks south of George Robinson's residence, I.nhl. $976.00 will take this bnrgnln; $400.00 down and time on balance. Call on Amos Wagslaff, American Fork. 18,to-0-9-p iFOIt SALE Shetland pony, saddle and bridle. Perfectly gentle. In- qulro nt this office. lS-4t-p PIQ8 FOR SALE A flno lot of young pure-bred Berkshire pigs at a bar gain. S. I). Clilpmnn, American Fork. lS-tf FARMS AND RANCHES INTHE GREAT UINTAH 11ASIN enn bo bad now cheap. Act quick; the vnlucs'are rising. SholtonWoolley Reality Co., Uuchesue, Utah. N-13.p A 2-story 8-room white brlok home, -with ncro and quarter of land, near 8n Pedro depot. $2l.16d.00 takes it: $500.00 down and time on balance Inqtilro of Amos Wogstaff, American Pork- 18-0-9-p FOR SALE REGISTERED BERK SHIRES, Immuno to cho'ora; top. notch breeds; bottomnotch prices. Tho Hnrshn Rnnch, Krcmmllng, Colo-rad0- N-13-p o , Auto Tops SEAT COVERS, TOP SLIPS, GEN- ornl upholstering: guarnnteed. Trim- m.,ri?8,?.old- WcHIgton Auto Top Co., 44 S. W. Templo, Salt Lnko. N.13-p FOR 8ALE-AUT0M0mi.ES ' HARGAINS IN USED CARS Wo always havo bargains In used cars. Wo nlBo sell on reasonable, tlmo to responsible parties. Call us ud nr come down nnd see us. Correspond cnoe solicited. Call for Mr. Cherry Mgr., Used Car Dcpt. HANDALIvDODD Auto Row Salt Lake City, Utah 62 West 4th So., A 7.to-0-9.p' NO MORE PIMPLES OR HLACU-' HEADS. Godfrey's Dlackliokd and Pimple cream makes them go. Don't let your skin bo ruined by using worthless preparations Hint only wreck your complexions. Write to "lay for full particulars to if. J God froy, 1022 N. Walnut St., North Phut" .Nebraska, and learn how to get n sklti "ke n aby- ! n0.p SUITS AND OVERCOATS" MADE TO mcasuro from $20 to $45. Wolf Tall. orlng Co., 40 w Ilroadway salt ',aKe' N 27-p I FULLY EOUIPPKrjAnjgj I MAKE ARRANGEMENTS FOR DEMONSTRATIONS Pl'lCSS aild teritlS- I x Come In and Get Acquainted. I Th!iPine Aut & MaS I 1 !! iiwiii mi 1 i MAIN ST. MBBflflBBflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfl ffjTRYITl I ill Becker's Bpf-Trll th beverage for heall 55 and beauty-full of life; TBBBBtBBBBMIiiiiltSwiBfcli BTb1 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE .MOHKItN pressed red hrlctt home, 1 .1-4 acres, nearly nil In fruit, for sale, For particulars uppb at Martin's Jrnclrjr Store, American Fork, 11. If MEN'S HIGH CI.ASS SAMPLE suits mid overcoats', values $27.50 for $17 6(1 Wolf Tailoring Co., 40 W. Uroadway, Salt Lake. N. 27.p FLORIDA FRUIT FARM TEN ACRES Improved land In Florldn, one mllo from good town, partly In fruit; buildings, furniture, cow and farm tools. Will sell cheap. Investi gate, quick, W. H. Cutler, Russell, N. " N. 27-p FOR SALE On account of sickness; a 31 acre farm, 2 acre orchard, 3 room dwelling house, 60 ton barn, good stable and granary, chicken coops, pig pens, now shed for Implements, good water right. Can be bouglit without implements for $4,000.00. Implements can go with, upon agreement. Terms to suit purchaser. Two miles from American Fork. Call on owner An ders Pehrson, Highland. n-4t 73 -ACRE FARM,FIRST-CLASS LAND, 15th South, 1-2 mile east of Hunter line. Apply John Evnns, Ilox I0G, arnngor, Utah. 0.16-p FIIKE . Send us your namo and ad dress, and lot us help you select a car best suited to your requlremsnts, or If you want a used car tell us your prcferonco und we will help you get It. We mako It our business to find what you need. Wo solicit Inquires of any nature pertaining to automo- bovSCR0Un,blL0 '"""wtloii bureau, box 659, Salt Lake City. A-7 to O. 9-p WANTED AGENTS " AGENTS, Salesmen, Snleawomcn. with determination t0 mako $15 to $30 weekly selling finest f(1Co powder made. Every customer ro-ordcrs, C ame Company, 605 6th Ave, New O-lC.p MISCELLANEOUS WANTED-How would you llko 100 nrslOc I H e.nfilIy,(on(" ''nr''i- Cnllfornlt " Sl,,,w' "mosa Hoach, S 25-p A SNAP. UNCALLED FOR TAILOl mndo suits. Somes for tall nnd itan men. Wolf Tailoring Co., 40 W. Broil way. Salt l.ako City. .Yfl. LADIES Make shields at home, 111 for 100. Work sent prepaid, no cm- viibbIiik. send stnmp. Isnnhoe Mim, rncturlng Co., St. Louis, Mo. 25-lt- MIDDLE AGED AND ELDERLY MV make money selling our hardy tu antced oninmcntal and fruit ctMfe Cash weekly, Part expenses proTlM Washington Nursery Co,, ToppeaU Wash. o-K-I ' V MOUNTAIN AROMA OIL REST0M health, vigor and youth, cattrrt aflllctlons dopart, mountain air be fits nt homo; 10 dny trial, 20c. StrM Bros., Wnrd, Colo. Sp-X- EARN $5 Per Day Jack Pansy's lite book tolls how you can In yourpn sent occupation If you learn tho gml Twentieth Century secret. Glmlw to continual prosperity. Price onlj 11 couts. Address Grciiier, Ogden, Utu YOU CAN MAKE MORE MONEY EH ploying other agents than by betoi ono yourself. Wo show you bow.-Ti only mnko monoy when you mth money. Wrlto for particulars. M ford and Larson, 317 Walker Bu Uldg., Salt- Lake ,Clty, Utah. 0-H AGENTS WANTED-Cupld'S M Perfume Fragrant and lasting, I parts a dolightful odor to overrtblx with which It comos in contact. Agf wnnted In ovory town. Sample pick ago nnd terms mailed for 10c. Ad dross C. S. Cooksloy, Turtle, CreA Pa. O-l-P LADIES When Irregular or deUjt uso Triumph Fills. Safo end ! waya depondable. Not sold at dnil stores. ItofiiBO others, save MW polnttncjit. Wrlto for "Rollef" J partlculnra; It's frco. Addresi N" tloilal Medical Inatltuto, Mllwaulte. Wis. 0-ir W print IIiiHit Wrnpieri. " gARAGE ; PREPARED TO T-,, : I meohahios- l hone I ightprI02s n0 44 .' n auts tbarjjain ars guaranteed! 4 12 O'Clock Every Night- J - Company ' AMERlOANFOPTf J