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AMBRICAX KUK m- BATWlU, NOmiBER 20. 1015. . NUMUBU N ifl
rffen Strikes
f Big Ore Fissun
I (jiorn nqiorls Fire Feci of
Ej BHIng mid .Shipping Ore
WL H rite Tcnms Hnullng
to Clcghom came out of the
Erlr this week with tho good
Kfttt his men hnd cut a flssurcL
KiBelorophon ground, that con
Er( feet of shipping and milling
Wnitmre, which Is a otronji
clothe quartzltc, nnd tho grade
L on Is a little better than that
E'Piciffc mine, wIiobc oro It 80
Ereiemblcs. Tlie Bcloroihon
Kofiicr, entries better values In
Ed illu-r tlinn the Pacific.
Emh Is considered to bo among
Et important that has como out
Ecuron since the strlko In th
Eb KIdk In the Silver Lnko dls-
En weeks ago. Tho oro rescm
Ek bow being taken out of tho
E7nd the Wasatch King. It Is
Eta i straight line, taking cle.
E Into consideration, between
Etch King nnd tho Pnclflc
El Is about 6,000 foot cqunl
Elrom either. The fact that all
Eirt In the qunrtzlto; that tho
EftoTtlns are similar, and that
E of about tho same charnc
Eit some canyon authorities to
KTthe opinion that they arc the
Ek& If this be truo, tho flsnur'o
Eilree miles long. If It us nit
Eh rein, It Is of still more Ira
Ee,u It proves that-the canyon
Ei several Important parallel
E
EcieIon strike will probably
EsA Interest to tho district bc
Ktkt Belorophon nnd tho Pacific
E Trsg's Tcxnu grant Is dl
Hilbe and undoubtedly has the
E'tf either or both of these
E(h. Mr. Tyng Is spondlng'lotp
Bhs, tnd It is Just such men ns
Eaiorn and Peter Miller tho
Hh tse'eess.
E-
HheUc tbls week will ship It:
mm of ore from this proport;
Hfc ner lessors havo taken 'i
KUt character of tho on
Bs some who nro ncqtyvlntci"
Blouy that tho CO tons shoulc"
flkjUMttrs about $2,600.
IlkTHUo.layton CnsFtdy,',8arr;
W the rallroadTho proport t
EtoVPq?,moroproml8l"f,
Mr-, ati I 0 PMecutcd, orjv
mFly, at tho management
Ble send out iv shlpmou'
Vf" till the cud of the
Mr
H n
Make Map
I of Canyon Mines
! Silt Lake llrokernge FJrit:
jfHe Had Man In Cnoi
nli for This Purpose. ,
Ht mining enginoor ' b
Ktu? ammo,lll closo ro!u-
"ayes Hammond, the
KZapert-lln8 bec "Pond
mwm 10 days in American Fori.
Et ,aId' for tho Purpose ol
T l crapleto map of nil the
J? ww, and getting data ot
KfeT."8 alnca- Thl9 'nformn
KL pro,mlllpllt m'm r si'
brokers wl.o havo hoc.
E5 ?url"B the past yen
"Mikity io ,h0 mncs f
KjlWBPly of brokers, r "
T" it will como booi
as tho snows aro melted next snrlni;
thoy want to bo on the job readv to
tnko coro of their largo c'lentapo.'jir
Hammond himself says that ho knows
of no other undovolopcd district that
offers so much promise to tho Investor
a docs tho mines In this district. Ho
named some ot those examined by
him, IncludliiB tho Old Wyoming, tho
Pacific, tlio Day State, tho Dutchman,
tho Dog, tho Pittsburg, tho Mineral
Pint, tho Ilclorophon, tho Yankee,
Silver Glance, tho Texan, and scvernl
others, nearly all of which havo been
shippers., yet every ono of which, with
tho exception of the Pnclflc, have only
been scratched In tho grass roots, Ho
says that tho formations aro very,
similar to tho Altn district, and that
with tho exception of three piopcrtlcs
thore, that district cannot mako a
allowing compared with American
Fork
There seems to bo a feeling in tin
air everywhere that tiext season will
wUdchb great things in tho canyon
Orient Changes
Ownership
Smith Druthers f Sail l.nkoj Itm-ull.t
from London, Purchase l'ur-
riiigton Interests
Tho Orient theater changed owner
ship this Week, when V. A. and It. J
Smith of Salt I.ako City purchased
tho three-fourths interest In the
operating company formerly owned
by C. O. Purrlngton. It. J., the
younger of tho two brothers, has al
roady taken up his lesldenco u Amor,
lean Fork mid will be In personal
chnrgo of the business. The Smith
Drothcrs nro Londoners and cumo tc
Utah about ono year ago.
-Mr. Smlthj When Interviewed by r
rep'roBentntlvo of tills paper, stated
that ho did not anticipate any radical
change In tho management of th
Orient, but would consult tho pcopK
first on any changes to be made. H
Intends giving tho pcoplo anything
they want In tho lino ot good, cleai.
pictures, and will try to make th
Orient tho ptoplo's playhouse.
"' -Tho Orient Is onu ot tho best up
polnt'cd'show houses In tho stato for i
city of 4,000 poople. It lu well seated
well UghtcdiUUiLwcIl youtllated, U 1'
lwolUciaiUIcdwlUialitht;hguJ
cannot Tiolp but get a blg patronage
' r !
Work Commences On
New Lake Resort
Messrs. Shelley and l'n.Mimn com
menccd work on tho new lake resort
for T. J. Chlpmau, Mondny. Teams
bavo been bUsy'all week hauling three
carloads of lumber from tho depot
down to tho grounda, nnd otlier tcnms
nro luifcy hauling gravel for tho ce
mont plorSj which can now bo placed
l long way from tho shn.'o lino lio
causo of tho low level of tho lake.
The contractors will rush work fast
as tfio wcalhor, will permit, nnd if the
whiter lann:'opcn ono will finish It
bo'for'o 'Bfiriiig When their wtnk h
complot'od" wo will havo onu of tin
finest -resorts In tho county.
'. .
?30,C00 PAID 'JIIKDUCH
LOCAL HANK
rjurlng'tjio pnst week (he Utah ant
Idaho Sli'enr. Co. illHtrlbutcd $30,00i
to tho "sugar heel growors or American
ForkMind'i'leasant Oiovc, throiiRhlh
PcoplVd Htnlu Dank of Amerlcai
Fork; 'This big sum .f money Is ha
Ing" its effect on local trndo and tli
sottllug of pbligntlons among t Ii
pepple.
I SAN-TOX
THE PUBLIC SERVICE LINE
I another indication that wo merit your coutinuous
patronage.
ASK FOR THil BLUE BOOK
PGGS PHARMACY CO.
I THE SAN-TOX STORE
H A2NLPA M URRAY LAUNDRY.
Mrs, Lydia M. Storrs
ls Galled
After an Illness f One Year (Joe- to
Her ltcniird Funeral .Scnlccs Held
In Viiicrlenn Pork and .Sprlninlllc.
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(Photo by courtesy Salt l.nko Hejfald
Itepublicaii.) After an Illness of about ono year,
Mrs. I.yilla M. Ston-s, widow of tlio
late Georgo Storrs, died at her homo
In the Second ward Saturday evening,
November 13, at 7.20 o'clock, from
gonernl debility, For tho past throe
months slio had been confined to her
bed, gradunlly becoming weaker nnd
weaker, until tlio nngel ot death enmo
to her roller, passing away ns a tired
child going to sleep. Her .sous', George
A, of Pnno, lllshop J. Il'J. W. and
W. S, or tills city, and her threo
dnushters, MrsS. V. lllid, Mrs. Klin
Olseu nnd Miss I'.llzu Storrs, wcro al
iter bcdsldn when tlie end camo.
.Mis. I.yilln M. Storrs was tlie daugh
ter or IMmond II and Hnrrlct I)rd
Kindred, and was Iioin April 11, 1844,
at Ipswich, SufTolk, Imglaud, and war
b.iptlzcd Into the church or Jchuf
Christ of Latter Day Saints lu 1853, at
Ipswich, and in 1S5S, lu company with
her parents and tlie rest ot tlio family
IminlgratciK In America coining b)
salllioat across tlie ocean and up tin
MfisuVMppli rft-r. "lind from )tier
rmmBii-TmrTicvriijTni,ij"()t agtT'ir
walked almost the eutlin distant i
from tlio Missouri ricr to Utah. Tin
family, after arriving lu I'tnh, In
eated al Sprlugvllle, this county On
June -!, 1801, hho was married to
Georgo Storrs, In tho endowment
house at Salt I.ako City She made
her home at SpiingvlUo until l'JOl,
when ii largo portion of her children
luulng moved to American Fork !
lle, she, In company with her hus
band, moved to this city, so ns to b
near their sous and daughters In thcli
declining jenis. Her husband pn
ceded hor to tlio great boyond foui
years ago, Septemlxr 1 Mrs, Sloru
Is survived by llvo sons and three
daughters, as follows, Georgo A
Storrs of Provo, lllshop Joseph H., J
W. and Win. S. of this city, CIiiih A
of Itlchllehl, Utah, Mis S. W. Bird ol (
Mnploton, Mrs. j:ila OIbcii and MIm.(
I.lza Storrs of this city, besides K2
grand children pud llvo great grand '
children. Mis. Mattlo MeTague of thn (
city Is a sister of tho deceased, shei
being tho only member of tlio original
family living today, threo sisters and
ono brother In tho family having died
within the pnst eleven months
Funeral services wero hold In thlf
city Monday forenoon, and In Sprlnp
villo Monday nf lei noon. The service
at American Fork were held In tin
Second ward mooting house, C'ounclloi
W. S. t'hipman olllelatlng. A ipiar
telle from members of tho ward ehol i
, gavo tho opening nnd closing hclec
. tlons. and Mrs C. K. Young sang "'
Know That My Redeemer Lives." Tip
opening prayer was given by S. I
Uilpmtiii, nnd bonedlctlon by Hay I i
Ni( holes Tho speakers wore Presl .
drill S 1. Chlpinan and Clifford I
Young. Tho body was " taken ' j
SpiingvlUo on the 12 5 car, and
xorvlees wcro held ihero in tho Thin ,
wind iiieetlng house. IllBhop WIIIIh K
Johnson. Jr. presiding, tho Old Folk" '
fL. si 'tis l;
i" Let Us All Be 1
Thankful Together II
I SO MUCH THAT IS GOOD IN THIS WORLD IS SMILING ffi
,f ON THIS BIG COUNTRY OF OURS, THAT WE OUGHT lil
$k TO BE DEEPLY THANKFUL. Eg I
f Thankful for peace and prosperity. mM 1
iji&i Thankful for health and Rood crops. ' mm llj
' Thankful that a luiRO shell or bomb isn't 1
A Pfoinjf to crash into our home any minute. ljjl ,
J WE ARE THANKFUL FOR SO MANY OPPORTUNITIES Wl i
TO SERVE OUR PATRONS IN THIS COMMUNITY; WE MM
"if ARE ALSO THANKFUL FOR THEIR RESPONSE TO ' Ml
OUR EFFORTS. j
Jj . WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN THE WAY (Hi
' " OF EATABLES OR THE TABLE LINEN, THE NAPKINS, W
e THE DECORATIONS, THE DISHES, THE KNIVES AND iV
W FORKS, THE SPOONS. THE BEAUTIFUL DINING TABLE Bff
m FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. MM
"l LET US GET THE "CHILDREN TOGETHER LET US RE- SI
H MEMBER THE POOR LET EVERYBODY FEEL THANK- ifTlJi
$, FUL TOGETHER, ffl m
toman Merc. Co. 1
choir, lead by Prof. Georgo Harrison,
furnished tho opening nnd cloning se
lections; Miss Wlnnltred Straw sang
a solo, uud a quartette sung a beauti
ful soloctlon. Tho speakers wero:
lllsliop Georgo It. Hill, lllshop Oliver
H. Huntington, Elder John S. Uoycr
of SprlngVlllo, President James H.
Clarko and W. S. Chlpmau pt Amer
ican Fork. Tho opening prayer was.
offered by Elder Oscar Mower, and
benediction by lllshop Georgo It. May.
cock. IntcnnenO was in tlio city ceme
tery at Spririgvllle, alongside that of
her husband.
'' ' u
Utah Manufacturers
. VlsiUmerican Fork
Two special Orem cars rilled with
members or tho Utah Manufacturers'
vssoclotlon, visited this city Wednes
day They woro met at tho station b
nraily 1000 citizens and bchool Chil
dren Mayor Greenwood In a brief ad
dress welcomed them to American
Folk and then Introduced II. W. Men
denhall, vlco president or tho asboela
ilon. who told why Utah people should
nu Utah made goods. A. popular yell
Unit soon took with tho big audience
was "Mado III Utah not enough, buy
ilicin, buy them, that's tlio stun"."
After the talks, a long procession,
headed by Hold's band, marched
through, the business district, where
dii visitors viewed tlie show windows
filed with goods labeled "Mado In
ri.ih." Tlio visitors then bonrdof
their c,ars at tho taberiinclo and pro-
, led to Spanish Fork, whero tlie
i.Hilvltles of celebrating tho coinple.
Di or the bterurbnu to that town
aiis lu progress.
Bank of American Fork
(THE OLD RELIABLE)
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus $20,000.00
L'mlivhliMl I'rolils $21,814.58 '
WENTY-FOUR YEARS SUCCESSFUL BANKING
TELLS ITS OWN STORY ,
FILES ON WATER
OF SOUTH FORK.
U. N. Chrlstcnsen and John W Chip
man, representing others associated
with them, have Hied on tho waters
or tho South Fork In American Fork
Canyon, which they proposu using
for power and light purposos in tills
city and surrounding settlements.
Hy taking tho water out at what Is
known as Mohhj Hank Fulls and con
veying It ror a distance or 8,091) root
to a point uoar tlio forks or tho can.
yon, a drop ot about 000 teet'inay be
obtained. In tho dryest iiioiiIIih Iio
tweon 2 a'.id It second reel or water
comes over tho rails and Increases to
20 reel dining tho Hush season.
When questioned by a reporter,
Mr. Chrlsteusoii said thai it Is no,
th. Ir Intention to orecl n plant Uumi- ."V"9 iH
helves alone, but to secure the title WJJBm
to the water and then Interest oittsldo JKfiP
capital. nBKm
Wl,' l'ltl.NT IIUTTDIt WHAPPUKS. 9H
IHADCMAnK Mil
ECZEMA REMEDY '11
Sold on a gunianteo ror Eczema, IiTJjB
Tetter, Salt llheum, and similar ar- l
feci Ions or tho shin and scalp Sold ttfli
only by us, COc and ?1.00, 'i)
( m3
V. M. IlltOn.N. Aiucrlcnn fork. Mm
. . n nnmiiiiiin i im m mi - M MM
ywrn
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The old lime IuiiiIkt yard is jrnssiu;,'. Wl
It never did serve yon ade(iialoly because you WL
could .seldom jet buildiny iiilbrmalion of a com- , H
plele or pntelical .soil. 'Rm
Our yard represents lite new type. ' H
' VM
It is a biueim ofiiilbrmiition wliieli lakes a per- H
.soniil interest in yon. i ill
It is a place In come l'or ideas and help in Ktilliiifc tm
your own ideas on paper in a definite ibrni.
In fact, itis tlie lii-st place to come when you are
thinking of doing ny building. Especially so
since our "Cu.stomervAid" Plans are now at your jfl
service.
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(Formerly Ilakgr l.umbur-Co.) ) .y m 'M
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