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EgSilt r-nlte. L Herbert la visiting Snlt Lnko Ft gjuonds returned from n KM to Salt Lnko Mondiy. Prmas Sa,c " nt Cn,nmnn'B If.lJth to 24th, 1916. 11-lp IlSntth was a Suit Lake visitor i'f prt of the week . BL Oogglri Isltcd rclntlvcs In rffftfturjay and Sunday. El ffooJ left Mondny for Ionn, E"rterc he expects to siicnd tho LfrHaatebohlet returned Uiomo E, jfwr nil extended visit nt fccwk, Nevnd.v. ILnaments and fmo comeUry Kk A. Draddcr, Lchl. 30-t! KW Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Ada Eg tnd Hcbor Hnrrnlt nutoed to Kite Saturday Ki Smith spent Sunday and Cm Salt Lake, visiting his fnm- L Rhodes left T.l"sday for a Kbit at Thompson Springs, Colo- Kg stokes of Garfield wns the ot Miss Velina Duncan Tues- k'Sttlla young of Lchl visited HiWr, Mrs. Ann DIckcrson, here BtidMrs. Oeorge Sterlo of Shol Hf&o, are hero visiting at tho HpttMrt. Sarah C'rookston. Hti Sarah Crookston, accompanied Hit Oorge Stool;?, vtaUod Mrs. Hfcmtt In Snlt l.nlo Frldny. blues Mammln nml Hazel Need MSilt Lake, were, tho gliosis of limit Fullmer last w;ck. Jwi Orval Singleton, llort Morg MTlrl Parks of I'rovo, wero Hta Fork visitors Sunday, jaffttitaff has gone to Logan kit expects to study nt tho Ag. BnlCollegA this winter. B 'tM Klrklmm visited her tetttr, Mrp. Hobcrt Ilnll, In Jfc Utter part of hint week. Hitulur at Chlpman's for Xmns ftftticlest sugar and nut enn P 15c. Creams and eocoanut Jkilt for Itfc. li-lp H"4 Mrs. S. L. Chlpmnn had as Hpui Monday their daughters, Jfer Murdock, Mrs. Carl Eyrlng V1 lurtey Fletcher or I'rovo. JftlXtnas gin tii an absent PUt Cltlzni. Hitter than n vuti nk. H.ot fx -V. Robluson rclui tied to her BMtosham Monday, after visit frMtr lister, Mrs. Carl Ander " days. Hf'G.!1,f?rd wns " SnU I-nke WSMimjay and Sunday. Ills B". Lin Gclsfoul, Is 111 ni ' la Salt Lake. toucan cams down from Snlt and spent tho diy with pB811' SI"- and Mrs. Wnt. Dun. MmT! wl Norton, Ilobcrt Iluma, P Anderson of Alberta, Can. ttguejts of Wnllaco Chip '" tie week-end. RiV110"' ot Denver, Colo uncro visiting her parents, U R- ". King, visited Ti. " first part of tho week, UJ "ants jour Job print r"lnm aian, Profession. '"''''rrlltQ Mltou. 28-lt 'Bj'h ot R"lt Uko has nc, J!. tloi In tlio shoo depart Hrou'i. Mr Smith movca ' to this city Monday. SB. r Rono smim and famll ,tU,,tcC0nI'a.1led by Mist. BB"'0 of tlmt city, ,notrod BB1 friends iBi.1 " '"l,mo ,low'1 BBaH 8,1,,"ll"y and spent .Md!Mrcmu Mr' "ml Mr8 SB'Sdii0,' m,,r,1"'K to her jBB lt '-ko Sunday. isBMUf.'T iBB " , t,h St'"-lo had ni , iat week Mr. and Mrs rBBEod.. . ' ,,c,u mul lr BBKw cr""8 of 1,,l'01' "Bar 2rl"d M"rr,UB "r Bl" ' OurPlowow R'J "! le!-s. Send ,9 j ,'rn '". Ii... .It- 9 '" : AMERICAN TORK CITIZEN gATUffirKIV. n nr 'II (f THE POLICY L2"H1S bank t7; . ? j of ' 5S"S nKl0:!:1;;;;:;; r,,,,n,,ec " wpti.i. ''eon snecessfm ,,, condudZ ,1 L . "T mm "ho hftTC PEOPLE'S STATE BANK -of American Foik OFFICERS and DIRECTORS -Ir J v cChlpmnn. VIco-Preflldent; Clifford F v n"'. I,re,Uou5 W. II. -o-up,, i,. blorr8( fln9 unri tenscn u u'Cn8hlcr; w-Thornton, John W. Chlpmnn, Sidney NlchSlr. lCr' Jh" C' Cut,cr' SafetyBoxes : PAY I.MEHKST OX S.IV. ixo iitrosifs. CHRISTMAS Will soon he here and u vtnkii ndds happiness u, lMC,.r il0r of the Xcn Year All stjles and pi-Ices nt Martin's Jewelry Store v - . o Charles Anderson has registered as a student nt the U. Y. U. at Pi ivo. Ccorgo Hunter spent Saturday and Sunday In Salt Lake. John Uosell of Salt Lake wns n vis itor in this city Monday. Miss Lois Smith went to Snlt Lake Monday for nn extended Islt. with friends and rolntlves .Mpbsiu Lenny Hnrilngtun nnd Frank Crookston wero vlsltots in Salt Lnko nnrly In the week. W C Cnstlcton or Salt Lnko wai'ln American Fork Tuesday on business. C. G PurringuilTwas down froil Snlt Lake the early pnit of tho week. - jjj. Or. J. J. Iinswcll of Snlt Lake wns an American Fork Msltor Tuesday. George A. Hansen ot Piovo wna In American Fork Tuesdny on business. o- . ", E. H. BOLEY MARKET. 1'ilzcs glun Jan. It, lyic, In City, Hall, Jst prize, 1 48-plece dinner set. 2d prize, 1 48-plcco dinner set. . 3d prize, 1 48-plcce dinner set. ; 4th prize, 1 nlumlnum tea kettle "" Cth prize, 1 nlumlnum eomblnntlon steamer nnd saucepan. ' Cth prize, 1 nlumlnum mush boiler. 7th prize, 1 aluminum mixing bowl', 8th prize, 1 aluminum frying pan. 9th prize, 100 pounds flour. 10th to 13th prizes, I $2.G0 coupons, 14th prize. 1 Royal roaster. lfith prize, 1 home cured ham. ICth, 17th and IStli prizes, 2ft pounds sugar. 10th prize, 10 pounds home-made lard. 20th prize, 1 Universal food chopper 21st prize, 1 glnss tnlile set. , 22d pil7p, $100 sugnr. 23d pil7c, $1.00 sugar. '.Mill prize, $1.00 sugnr. r fl " wish I had taken time enough to have planned the house a little wore carefully. . q " realize now that it might have been more con- - veil fen tly arranged, and thai it would not have cost a iy more to have had a modem looking and a highly a' tractive outside appearance. " SsSftWrHIiA! t -' r "pimi h- Tift- J Avoid linviiiK swrli rcjrcls. q Our "CusloimMN-Aid" Plan ook and Service olfcrs ii variety of ideas, both as to the arroiiKC ment of rooms and as t exterior appeanmee. q We will combine any of these ideas which may . appeal to you with any others that you may already have, and mnl e you n sketch without any charge for dointf so. mjmm w& q This is merelv a part of Hie service which we as modern building su;,ply mereh.inls are rcn derintf to our customer-.. q Our lumber ollice is u Hearing hoiisc of build- j . I, ideas-the phu-e to o for help in working out your buildinjr problems. " O a 9 p' r r' ' ' f ; . ji IIHMISII. 3lwBrr. Awrrlr... I"rl.. IM.lu Why's "Gets-It," for ' Corns, JLike a Kiss? Becatuo Everybody Tries It, Evory- boayWkcs It, It's Painless ana Takes But a Moment to Apply. c-iii.n in orl'1 Millions eay bo, bo hn, ml,.,lons haVo " It. I'lmfs what makes it tho biggest Belling hN.'.".r.'l? stT ?" "w Anthlnir Art eo Uuliklr ud JlaBlcally n 'Uoti-ltt' " com remedy on cnrili todny, QctJ-It" yslll uroly net . that cent or ciillu jouvp been tryltiK for a Iciir- time i" Bct Wl.Vf'Tti,ko " rlftlit ott "cIcmj on a whistle' Apply k In 2 ncconils. put lour iHocUInc and ehnn right over It, noUilnjr to stick, nothing to (hurt, lou needn't fuss with thick llamlages thnt n Uo u picknito out 'nf yeur toe. No 1 ilve, rnrnm nnd sel. ;or. no tnpo. no tioulile. Jt' simplicity I'icif, sure, quick, wlulcs". Try t nlso tor Imnioni nml vnrts. 'Clcls-U' sold nt nil drugKloti. 2oe a bottle, or Rent direct oy E uvrrcncu t Co., Ulilcnru Sold In American Fork nnd rccom mended ns tho world's best corn rem edy by ami:hicax romf DIUHJ co rnd f. THOHXtO.N'.S. M)ii:.s Fito.M tiii: iik.ii school AiiHirrirrn.vi. dlpahtjiext The ngrieulturnl boys of tho high school, about thirty strong, organized themselves Into an agricultural club last week. They will hold meetings bi monthly in tho City hull, on Saturday nights at 7tlO, on the first nnd third Saturdays. Tho public Is Invited, Tho flist meeting will bo December 11, on account of holidays. Tito piogram will be both entertaining nnd Instructive In nature. County Hemonsti.Uor U.il lantjne will bo tho piluelp.il spfukcr Music of various kinds will be given The officers arc as follows: Presi dent, Norvcn Storrs, vlco president, Harold Chlpmnn; sccrctnry, Aaron Chlpmnn; treasurer, Ilrazeo Harklns; executive committee, Vorn MoNoll Itoy Storrs, Frank Pnrker. The boys held u very successful corn judging contest at the high school last Fiiday afternoon. About thlrty-flvo boys entered tho contest County DenioiiBlrntor HiUlantyno was tho Judge Tho winner had not yet been, aiiiinuiitsd, but will bo given u pure bml Leghorn cockerel by their Instructor, Mr. Muughaii. Personality Plus LMnn Frerhcr has written a number nf very .lever books, tunoiig them none moro so. than "Pesonnltty Plus." Prlefly It tolls the Btory of a widow, left with a son, and who has lo make her way In tho world. Sho engages In bUHlnoriB, works up to n paitnershlp In tho firm, gives her son a splendid education, and tho Interesting story of their two successes Is a pleasing Etory of personality plus. In ever) walk or lUo you find people wlios.' pK'asing ways, whoso sincerity tin iresbCH ou. Tlmt Is pordonnlll.v -plus. You enter a buslnes house; a cordlnl Bnksmnn greets jou. llo not only presents his wares In a pleasing way, hut ho promotes u come-again splilt. In Aim-rnn Fork Virgil (Iron was a Personality Plus mini. 11" lm messed us r favoralily tlmt wo read lly accorded him a hem lug, mid nfter 'Ixli'iiliig to his plan of sending u ,tock to Ainmlcnn Fork, becauso wo Lpprcclated the fact that hlH perhon- , :ooi ivr.sTMi:T says M. 1). Koynolds, MadlHon, Wis,, who states: "I had rheumatlsirt nine iron years; used threo boxes of . L ron ir pubucmkwhJ IRAOCMARK RHEUMATISM POWDERS and have thrown away crutches " You can nffoid to try them Sold only liy us, COc and $1.00. I', ar. H1HMVX. American Fork. allty, his reliability, would bo n force ful thing In favor ot tho success ot n Uot)-Acinnlntcd Shoo Sale. Personality Plus Virgil Qroo, plus tho best assortments, tho lowest prloes, nro winning us n lot of friends who will bo permanent customers. Oct ncquiilnteil with Personality Plus methods, which means Virgil (Iroo and the lllrschman Shoo Co. 11-lt HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Tho senior program which w,nB given Inst Friday morning wna ns follows A violin solo by Hugh Wing! n rend ing entitled "Tho Famine," from "Tho Song of Itlnwothit," by Longfellow, b) Juno DIckcrson ; a talk by He v. Mr Meeker on "The Salt ot tho Harth"; nnd a nolo by Professor Whltnkor. Tho stnff chosen by the students to arrnngo tho year book for this enr consists of tho following members: 10dltor-ln-chlef, Dnnn Shnfter; assist ant editor, Urnzco Hawkins; business malinger, Hatry Llndley; assistant business mnnnger, Way no Wilcox; head of humorous department, Clnr eneo (limit; head of literary depart ment, Hugh Wing! head of athletic department, Davis Chlpmnn; nrtlstk department, l.enh Hush, Verl Mauwoll snap-shot department,, l.c Grande Xoyes, Vernon Houston, Tho senior boyn woro Iho winners of tho first series or Intorolnss game of haslclhall. Ur.TO.MO'S LAP. A splendid reglslciied Berkshire boar for Service, r.lso line registered bull; servlco Lu0, nt S, I). Chlpman's barn, 13 to I) Jl i ' ii No Reason For It You Arc Shown u Wny Out. Tliei-o enn bo ho reason why any reader of this who suffers tho tortures of an nchlng back, tho nnuoynuco ol urinary disorders, tho pnlns nnd dan gers of klduoy Ills will fall to heed the j word of a resident of Utah County who Iina found relief. Tho following Ik convincing proof of merit: Wllllnm Soutliwick, Sr retired far. mer, First North nnd Fifth West His Lchl, says: "I us;d Doan'tJ Klduoy Pills off nnd on for yenrs Tor kldncj ailments. I think thoy nro tho best kidney medlcliio to bo hnd. Ilnforo 1 heard of Doan'8 Kidney Pllle, 1 MUf fered terribly, but It didn't tnko then lojig to rellovo nil Iho pains and aojtea and restoro my kblneyu Ii their proper working ortltir " tSlnliv ment given April 0, 1910.) OVIOU TWO YKAItS ;.ATi:a Mr Southwiek snld: "Donn'B Kidney PI1L keep my kidneys noimnl iin-I my b.iei. strong. Hvery word of what I've t before Is Into." Prleo CO cents, ut nil dcnlovs, Don' Hlmply ask for n kidney remedy -go Doan'H Kidney Pills tho sanio thnt Mr. Soulhwlck had. Fostor-Mllbuin Co., Props, lluffalo, N. Y. ASSESSMENTOTIOE No. 4 American Fork, Dec. 4th, 191fi. liny Stoto Mining nnd Development Co. Principal place of business I'rovo and Ameilcnu Fork, Utah County, Utah. Location of mines, American Fork Canyon Mining District. Notleo Is hereby given that nt' a meeting of tho Hoard or Directors or tlin Hay State Mining nnd Duvolopmont Co, held ut tho officii of tho Secretary of tho company, American Foi,k, I'tah County. Utah, November 22d, A. D. 11(15, Assessment No I of one mill per share ($1.00 pwr 1,000 slmres) was lev. led upon tho capital stock of tho cor poration, payable Imnirdlntoly '" ', Watt Storrs, Secretary and Treasurer, at his office, No 3 Hast Main street, American Folk, Utah County, Utah. Any stock on whliii tills nssessmeiit nmy remain unpaid on Tuesday, Jan uary loth, A. D. liilO, will bo delin quent and advertised for salo at pub lic auction, and unless payment Is made Icfoio, will bo sold Tuesday, January 2r.lh, HUfi, at lo o'clock n. m nt tho office of the Secretary, at No. II Knst Mai street, American Fork, Utah County, Utah, to pay tho delinquent nsBcssmout thereon, together with the cost of advertising and expense of salo. J. WATT STOIUIS, Secy, and Treas. First publication Saturday, Dec. 11 1915. Last, Jan. 8, 1910. If your Coal JJill was too hih last winter Why NolUss Tli is Winter King j UTAH'S Hiawatha BEST Panther COALS Black Hawk atai,i,ih:.ui:hs t I II PROBATE AND GUARDIAN- 11 f jj .SHIP NOTICES. . m Consult Coiinlj Clerk or tho Ilcspcc- IS j Iho Signers for Farther ' 'Sjai ttj Information. !'j Wlw f I NOTICK TO CKKDITOnS ) wiL Kstatc of Andres l'ehrson, Deceased. iMBlll Creditors will present claims with . -HBf vouchors to tho unJorslgncd nt Chip- t wjl man Morcantllo Company, or at tho rli 1 American Fork Post Offtse, at Amorl- enn Fork, Utnh County, Stulo of Utah, ' j ajfif j on or before tho 0th day cf April, A, I lBR D. UUG. I i Ii jamcs ii. ciukk, I I ml 3. L. CHIPMAN, i I Wi Kxeciitors of nnld Cstnto. R M K 1 First publication, December 4th, fi mm Inst, January 1, 1910. ; IB Hi 'OTICi: TO CllKDITOItS. ' I & Kstate of Wllllnm K. WebN Deceased. 1 l Creditors will present claims with M'l I vouchciH to tho undersigned nt his '.II residence at American Fork, Utnh, on js H or before tho 0th day ot April, 1910. ! ' I Signed, CHAULtCS J, 1.0Q1K, ! 1 Administrator. f m m ANDKIISON & WOOTTON, il S Attornoys for Administrator. Jj HI Dnto of tjio first publication, Do- 1 arV ccmbcr 4, 1915. Lnst, Decei(bcr 25, SI 1915. ) SI NOTICE TO OREDITORS. i M llhlnle of l'cler Jeinen, Hcccancd. 'II? In tho District Court or tho Fourth i W I ( Judicial District, Stnto ot Utah, 111 County of Utnh. In tho matter of the f ' Bl cstato of Christian Peter Jensen, dc- w Wt ceased. Notleo to Creditors. S H IIF Creditors will present claims with - ! vouchers to tho undersigned at Amer- J w B , lean Fork city, Utah county,. Utob, on m H or bofore March 1, 1810. ; Chrlstlnu Peter Jensen, Admlnlstrn- il lor' ti 1 1 Jacob Evans, Attorney for Admin- S J Ilk iBtrator. I 1 8? First pub. Nov. 20 last Dec. 11, 1915. M .NOTICK TO WATKIt USE1LS. j.l 1 ' 1 I State i:t:glneer'H Ollice, ,,9 W Satt Lake City, Utah, ni J October 27, 1915. VTB, M Notlcu Is hcicby glvivn thnt Joint W. Ill it A hlpman and ll. iv Chriuteiiuen, whose m n Jl postolllce address Is American Fork, jjfj h Utah, hnvo nurie uppllcntlon In nc- w w ill cordance with tho lequlroinonts ot Wm II iho Compiled Laws ot Utnh, 1907 iib SI I amended by tho Session Luwa ot -V-BH1 ll -lltsh, 1909, 1911 and 1915, to uppro- ' -.' 3$i prlate leu (10) cubic foot of water Rl ! pw second from tho Louth fork of uju ifl'n American Fork Creek, Uluh County, lltflPtH Utah. Said water will be diverted ut liVi v a. point which Hon U,2Uii feet east from mHmI n tho northwest corny of Section 32, Ufflfill I'ownslilp. -1 south, Itnugo 2 caul, Salt iuiffit Lnko base and meridian, and convoyed HURl by meiiiiB of u pipe Hue for u ills- kHmi lance of 8,099 feet, uud thuru used KSufi from Jaiiu-iry 1 to December 31, Inclu- BMHbI slve, or each year, to gmierald power HibBI to bu used tor tho purpose of electile LmH lighting uud projielllng muchlueo-y nt BBbI American Fork, Pleasant drove mil BBH surrnuiidlng settlements. After having nUn been so used, the water will bo iu- WfMM tiiriuid, at it point which bears iioith 9ff 82 degrees 40 minutes east 21,200 font flH from tlio northwest corner of Section BvJ 22 Township 4 south, Ilargq 2 oust, Warn Salt Lnko base nnd mcildlnu. This JH9 application Is (U-slgnutod In tho State SB Engineer's olllco us No. 5741. mm All pro'oHts against tho granting of Itnt said application, stating tho rensoiiH mma therefor, must bo nindo by ulllduvlt In hBt duplicate, nccompaulcd by a fee of HJ $2,C0, nnd tiled In this ofllco within thirty (20) ilayH after the completion J H ot the publication of this notice. I B W. D. IlKISKS, I VEt Statu Kuglueei'. i fM Date of Hist publication, November U mm 13, 1915. Dnto of completion of pub- ll H llcotlon, December 13, 1915, liB HOME VISITORS WM EXCURSIONS EAST. II The Salt Lnko Itouto will sell Kx- KM curslon tickets to Denver, Kansas In City, Oniaha, Chicago, EL Louis, and KB other L'nutcru polutH October 23 No- HH vember 20-23rd December l-22nd. IjM Iteturu limit three mouths. For par- BS tlculars apply to any Salt Luko Route mm Agent, or write J, II, Mnudcrriald, a. HN JO. P. A. Suit Lako City. 10 to Dee. 18. Ih I ii liw ASSLSSMl'.NT NOTltT 0 Yl W Tliu Mcliok-N TInllc t'onsulldated B Mining Compauy, Prluclpal place HJ of husliicNH American Fork, (Mali, IH Notice Is hereby given Hint ut a h meeting of the directors of thu above Hj named company, held on the 9th day IB of Nov, 1915, assessment No VI of BJ 60c per 1000 shares was levied on thu HJ capital stock of tlio corporation, pay- able Immediately to 1). N. Chrlateuceii, secrctnry, at his ofllco, American Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this an- H sessment remains uiipnld on Deo. 20th 1915, will bo delliiquaut rnd.ndvor- H tlscd for nulu nt public nu'itluu and v, H unless payment It) made before, will be sold on Titosdi-y, Jan. 4.th, 1910, ut 3 o'clock p. m jitio.qftUohUio see- M rotary at Aniorieitu Folk, to pay tho I dnllnqiiciit assessments tpgctlfer, with I Iho coat of ndvottmlfta mm" tlxfieTjee of sale. I ll. N. CJHRI8TKN8RN, Qecretnry. I m First pub. Nov.20 laat pub. Dec. 18, I