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pfv Bf ' I Bi '' I , AMBttlOAN FORK CITIZEN, SATl'ltDAY, DECEMBER 11, lillS, . ., , , r. I'll AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i H MB " ' . - .. M-. , It tLi Krnit offydwfgk went to Ixnn Erf lM Qtf utisttitiftB trip. HI; John Condor rrtw gone fo' l'rovo II won. where lis will visit IiIb son, 1 1 31 j Hilda, i few-Qya. l$r r - j W Jh'lWt)ii'on of Salt I.nki II, i; ia hvro visum witii her sister, Mrs I1! l Q. t nrrtjifton. PJ i Imwc Boloy of Bolt I.nk visited In III; ArMttkwn Fork h flttt port of llif I-H I ; YOU Mliuttlll 8t the- linlilt of buying . "ir oaqntef, M 06te' now ctmtl W : kiiohmv iWiJri itonh mid good. ' "Ji1 Mrs J M Greenwood' returned Mini 1, di frijm n hort vWt In nll l.nlu mk, xheVo he wa Uio guest of tier nltoij, I ti Mm If. , Iffllor If, At ! & 'Kwt Sale OlilpwrtnV I I) f uix- MHtng e-wy L&dtea' Com In ihol &jv, l Itn'iftHfH Luyuttn, your rboic ffio L; wo. i ft hi t, $at,0 eaoli, II i 1' M. Anderson of Hurray wim i ( vlkHor tn (Jht cltv Tiipmlay. A id ibt ii i, w mini kltrlu'ii on i ' M I oil I i i i ii (Him'H Onnd '' M. isu $' ' "V " mibwrlberii linve lie rjL -hWhI in our uifrt'tIon lint till. ' "ii nuoiinl l tlio witltux uon 8' icw iii in.) Hriirgs pUrmay. On m'. tnu ImIv bhiuitbt In ftvo new hu' ., M i"11' r, I "oi" Provo Monday, ycoh lb m 4o,ooi votH for sina. Bvor B1L oiii- i .ilv IntoioBtotf In tho contot v.tn in iiHiiilcd Mill rote for each iter f'j iil)iillirr and 2000 votes for oncl B II "Id subscriber ttmt imj'8 In ndvnnco. Bl Ow Ihk to Hie grcnl dtnintid fa- j ('lirWiima'o iihotun lit tlio rrilucd pi Ice Hl 'oy'n studio will im oppn two day UW vf , , il( .Monday nnd Tumny, Uor Vi i Ub m'i lrtii Don't mlw UiIh oppor if units 11-11 Vjl Ammip Mm m?i lean Foil: pcopk Bi ''0 miii to ) til Momliir dvimiIiik Ic 1 ultnn "Tlu fllinplxit'd or tlio UIIIh 't the Hoynl tlientio vnr: Mr. innl ; Mrs. Curl Andornoii, Mr. and Miv H f? 1 W. anlifonl, Mr. nnd Mr. Will J.ar B hop, Mi. Joint Blngloton nnd daueh- I1' it, Mllle. Mr, nnd Mrs. .Ininoa Mm Hn and dAURlilor, Mnry, tlio Mlnso Aiinlo TTmnnctt, 1I,?I Aydololt' Kunloo I'etirbd, Ilntiol McCaiullnsn f-'ny Jnokson nnd Jlao UiiIcIiIiikh, nn' Miihib. Juok Hunter. Itiin ltolort Milton Ilrown. .lark UoliliiHoh an B (Mart mi' Ornnt. "" " ' -- i i Airs. 13 I McOrew of Salt Lake wna tlio KU8t of lior mother, Mrs. II. D. Holey, (ho onrly part of the week, Mr. nnd Mis. J. I.. Flrmago were vis itors ut tho State Capital Tuesday. I have never seen such a nice line of Toys mid Xuins goods as I have aeon at Chlpmmi'H. They aro slmpl bountiful. in Miss Dertha Ilassctt spout the lat ter part of last weok in Salt Lake vis iting fi lends nnd i datives. Sninuol Wngstnff was n Salt, I.aki visitor Suliday. Mm Siimiiol WiiKHtnrr ii'tuined fioin n ton dnyH' lsll In Hall Lake Tues. day. On minlliHi m;c will appoin (he iirlzi tlint nn) to hn glvun nwny .Inn i, lflin, by lloloy'H Mont Mmket. ' .Mrs. Wllllmij l.loyd, who.wnu opci atpd upon at the 1.. I). S hospital lasl rfnturday foi -nn nliHcexn of tlu liver I lecoveilim inplill) .loy, tbu plioioKraphni', icmiesta lili iIliiiIh, iiiHteiiil of-HCiHlliiK him vain lilt dlflH this ClirlHtnmn (mi usual) .o plmso Mouil tlielr photomnpli Oi .ourse, ir you liuvi'ii't n Into one. It mild poilinps lie uiadn by a good plio. kgrnnhur sonin plnre. lwt MosHrs .less Klikinau, Heed Itobln. noil, Itol.eri Ciookslou and Wallac ileisbit who rabbit hunllng In Ced.u alley foi ir da s last woek. Mrs. Joseph Sarle and dnughtoi Itliodu, me Salt l.ako vlRllnr-t today. Jnscpli Senile Ih eiitoilaluing hit father. Mr. Simile, of I'nywm Mr mid Mrs (1 T. AlleiiHWoitli mid babe of (lennvn will leave Sunday for dtouhmvlllo, Ohio. They aro Iniend. UK to stfi) about thiee months. Mis AMeiiHWtirlh was fonncrly MIhs Al hoi (a ThiiiiipHou, u daughter id Mi. It i: lleo or this city. i i 1 1 i i i At Clilpnuin'fl inula store, upstairs you eau buy any suit or coat at one hnlf price jio.On for f 10.00, ir.00 fo $7.30, $10.00 for $fi.00 You will bu them cheaper than we did 11-1 M. O Randolph of Salt l.ako was an nuilenn Fork visitor Wednesday r. and Mm, Itnudolpli returned from allfomla Tuesday, whoro they havp pent Hit past two weeks. Arthur Adamson and wlfo wore vis itors at tho state capital this week Your photo the gift that exacts nothing In return, nest work at half price. Joy's Studio. ll-ll J. Watt Storrs has iicceptcdjtT posl vlon as agent nt tho Orcin ntntion Wednesday next, llobort Warwick in "The Dollar Mark," at tho Orient liio mcmbcrB of the I.. U: S. club -ere tho guests of Mrs. MabcTAdiua. joa Wednesday. Atur soclul iiuu .iih Indulged in the hostess Tscrtcd ..uuty refreshments XimiB candy, 16e lb. Mixed huts, 20c lb. Sanitary Meat & Grocery Oeorge A. Slorrs of lrovoy flslted is slBters, Mrs. Kiln Olson mid MIs Jii Sloiis, lieio Tuesday, - -1 Call Hanson and wife of I'loasant .rove paid the "fit len" office n lill Veilnesdny -- .- ' Mlus Joan Stnplotou, who Is suffer .ng riom mi attack or piieumonla, Is nightly Improved. Old .viiii hio Kitty Oiny inako hci seape fiom Count FrederlOk's np.trt- iiout in episode :i of "The Ilrokon olu" nt tlin Oilent on Halunln)' Wntfh her ovplolts next week. "" Chailes Woodsbuiy of Salt Like ipent Wednesday in American Fork Tom ItobiiiHou and Charles III own nolo) i'd to Salt l.ako Tuesday in the J row 1 1 auto. Mis. "Stephen Saby of Salt Lake spent Monday In American Fork. Ittooms, Wie and "Tie at Sanllar) IliiI h Oiocery. ' 11-lt Parley Melutyre of Maimnoth spent Sunday here with IiIh brother, Ha and wife Mis Josspli King left Thursduy foi l brief !nlt In Sail I.ake. .The Misses Doela Ilrown nnd Man niaekhurst, Btudrnts of tho II. Y. 1'. at lovo, were tho guests of tliolr par mln bete Tuesday "The in nkeii Coin" Is n thriller; 1. noio Saturdays nt the Orient. Hail Larson returned homo Sunday 'rom Idaho Falls, where ho has spent hn past eighteen months. The mother or J. J. Heck, whose tno is in Alpine, suffered a slight 'toko of paralysis which affected Inr '(lit side. Dr. Clark reports Unit bom nro several cosoh of scarlet over In Alpine, but so far thoy nro In n light form. Wednesday's fcatuies at tho Orient .ench a higher mark each week. Head tho big ad of the Hrlggs Phar macy In this Isbuo. It tells you how ,o secure a freo automobile and many other beautiful prizes. Mrs John McTague, Mrs. J. W. ijiis and Mr. Clifford Young attend ,1 Hie funeral of Mrs K. II. Stout In A&V. Luke Sunday. Mr Young spoke .it tlio services. John Allen of Marysvnlo was a is lor In this city Wednesday. Word has been rcoolvcd by Amcrl . nn Fork friends of tlio birth of n fine baby boy, born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Fordnam of crniil. Mr. Fordham aos music Instructor In the local kIiooIb two years ago. Home-made lard, lBc lb. Mutton chops, 1214c. All nxt week at Sanitary Meat A. Oiocery lMt 1 In- homo of Arthur Hawkins was ude happy Tuesday by the arrival A n ipw baliy girl. Mrs Abblo nillngson of Lehl wan be guest at the homo of Prof. Hop las for ten days, returning homo yes terday. T A Osborne wont to Eureka Tues Jiy to attend the fiuieiul of his uncle. On another rage will appear the prli'ifl Hint are to be given nwny Jon. I, nil. h lioley'n Mini Mail."1!. The physiology and chemistry (hisses or the local high school form. id n paity that inspected tho vnrioua nrts of tho sugar factory Vednc3 day. Mrs. Owen Denn and children of Klrklium weio American Fork visitors Wednesday. Miss Evaduc Loo left today for Salt pke, wine she will visit for an In (finite time with her Bister, Mrs Mice t'nvannugh. .Miss Floienee Edmonds Is tho guest A her uncle, Hen Stout, nnd wife, in Uiighaiii City. Doiothy Ilemphlll of Salt I.akcls 'ii-re visiting at the home of J. W. -oiis. Hr father, Ocoigo Hemphill, irrlved here Thuisdny for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hawkins are lejoiclng over tho nrrlvnl of a baby ctrl, born Monday. Mother and dnugh. ter nro doing nicely. Call l'hoiie KUIHT-O whero tho flowers grow for choice cut flowers, funeral designs, etc. Wo clvo you tho best stock and tho most for your monoy Provo Oreenliouso Co. C-tf Me paj telephnne calls. Mr. and Mrs. J. I dsby.atid llttlo son, John, of Eureka, visited fi lends In American Fork Monday and Tuesday, Mr. Osby was a former resident of this city. Patronlzo homo Industry eat candy made In Amcrlcnn Fork. Where7 -At Gore's Candy Kitchen. James Lorlng nnd nephew, Philip Morris, of Ogden, were guests of Amcrlcnn Fork friends Tuesday. Tho Misses Cora and' Madeleine ilush of Bingham wero guests of rcL atlves In this city Sunday. The old folks who aro guests every Saturday at tho Orient '.enjoy "The Orokcn Coin" as much as tho young sters. "Tho Broken Coin" at tho Orient has opened In fine stylo and Is helm; given n great reception. Androw Cnrtwrlght, wlfo nnd babe, of Los Angeles, Col., nro herd visiting Mr. Corlwrfght'B mother, Mrs. Mnry Cartwrlght. Mrs. J. Watt Storrs returned Wed nesdny from a short visit in 'Salt I nke. E. S. Sessions and Mr. Ttubbart of Marlon, Idaho, spent a few days this vrck visiting American Fork friends Miss Mario Chlpinan was a Salt I nko visitor Tuesday. ' Fon Chlpmnii nnd George Tyler went to American Fork canyon Mon '"V to look after their mining tutor. nits there. Miss Alice f hacker and Mr. Joserb "onriie of Charleston wore Amcrlcr ork visitors Wednesday. Wo sell All tea, 20c a package. Arbuckle's coffee, 20c a package. L. coffee, 30c a package. Cheese, 1714c a pound. 11-2 ' E. H. BOLEV MEAT MARKET Charles Thomas, a representative of the Startup Candy company of Provo, was a visitor in this clt) Wednesday. ft For Christmas your photograph tho simple gift that lends the touch of friendship without tho embarrassment of nn obligation. Lot Joy lighten your worry over Christmas presents. He will be glad, you pleased and they de lighted. 11-lt Miss Alice Parker delightfully en ertnlned tho Bee Hlvo: 'girls of tho Third ward and their keepers Mondo evening. Tho tlmo was. spent dlBcuss lug their work and playing games, nn dellcloti3 refreshments were served. We print batter wrapper. .. tr " Sarkah,hcC. K f TiVy!aZtl?J months idah;Dcn' Ibfi Dlg Xmas & .M" Ow ng (o (he Btith Chr slmas photos , 'it ,dJB? 1 Joy's Studio will,. . Btr nwl week, Moa! 1 AjSjBS 13thtad ,4Ul. A'lfijmj T.nr.thur McDei iM''111 Tuesday to spend a wt!v'B01 fllster. Mrs. Samuel sSSffH' Ider but sntir . . . w,l"HIBi!o be healthy at ,.,, JBb orty, Is sonnd'iSgifiBBw !)ht "tgljcted wifiBK ment of slight ache.VSa(S? undermine strength tfiS-BKl weakness for Uttryetn" Wtv blood pare and rich snliSilBBta trength-buildlng snd tiSSBfc Properties pi Scotf. BbSSB i blood rich, alleviate rhSZBfc void sickness. No alcoholihSW Scott 4 Downe, Blooa&U,g jBfc Bfe" Bfci Our CookieK They arc a favorite Tltt"fl grown-ups as well u K v tho children. They bin uBf , delicate flavor nd,crifrilB ' that appeal to the taste Hg all who like sweets, tBv should try them, BL Brt "SJf Quality and eltulliMt aBr ' the twin mottoes slniBfii , bakery at til time, 'K 1 AM. FORK BAKHV - Main Street .Ip if -,rr . ,, .. . -. -. . . . rrTB b, I I TELLING THEIR WANTS , S I hMmgSKM Xmas Present For ' You I K I IfiSraiaK'HB AGAIN SANTA olaus has made this his headquarters, he has left usan abundance I" 1 1 EL HHlHfc sMUb-SMHBWm'-'i F T0Y' S0METHZ:TG F0R EVERYONE. HE HAS NOT ONLY LEFT TOYS FOR CHILDREN BUT THE I I H fJ:mfigpF "T fwHHBBW, I GROWN-UPS CAN FIND EVERYTHING THAT IS APPROPRIATE FOR MOTHER, FATHER or FRIEND. It 1 I g ... .' t 7 IfiSBBBBaKl WE ALS HAVE S0METHING ELSE IN ST0RE F0R YOU. WE ARE GOING TOGIVE YOU A COM- K If I ' ' ." .Jl'lt'.'jlB.fBHIffBI PLETE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE TO CHOOSE FROM AT PRICES NEVER BEFORE HEARD OF. ' K K 1 p ! n S JKJr. AMbBITTE READ THE TISTB ETC WAND C0ME IN AND GET yUR XMAS PRESENT; FOR IT MEANS A CASH ft I ' Sf Dry Gcods Sale BEGINS; MONDAY! I 1 felPlSwBfcMBHS AluSlmi N clmSf ' CmiH Sm PriS W', V Underclothes ........,. W q fak?- QSafci J iftVBBl BBBCTsMSclBBBBHS'R i), -, '""l11 " -s -ns. . . . . .- Half Price Ladies' Auto Hoods rpmilnr fi0r nnd G5c. sale Vi - S W''iyrfSByPli. Children's re-ular L.')o Caps 19c pi,,i,,Pftni q. s e r.ular ,)UC ona ' on Per CentOB I 1 KtS-SF J &ffls&&fcMmt IfflC Mwwd Dressing Sacques Half Prica iIin""ff Silk, short lengths HaL vl' I far &vkm&imwEmi M ,'111"1;151 U5 Host' " -. w---98c 0no Une Swoter coats......; HaHSl I' S M&'llwlB9RnOB)d)H, ' '"VV mU"'A 25 Por 0ent 0ff -A11 Curtains nnd Scrims , ...-. -gjLSlM I I bw TBTBbbI" cl'otin Dept. KeaJquartere l-'or Xmas PrS? B I lBV9HBr3 M fyWS!slk ft ' " monts for the International Tailors, one of tho best in th: y f m , cm" ! I ilW1 8 p Mlijautee to fit and picas, you. j og A'Bia j i $$W J6 Jji ' Wo have a few specials for your inspection: T! "' -, ntTA 91 k-. m. JBT jP STS!ri,!0vrt5BrioS ZSSfSU17' "" Ic SwSllSuwS'fo?33: "! r f.sfcrafcv ' :S v7Xwha itellftJ?..:::::::!? V ZBJSFS J','I,H r"W'.rtli'$:J.00to$5.00ffor $2.0C Children'. Slmes, bIkoh 8V? to 12. for $F a JO por ,.(.nt oil on M,iVh nnd Hoys' Swonton,. Clnldien's Shoos, sizes 4 to 8, lor .Vnn'fnr"SU3 4 Siiccinl lH-itifs ,.., n,,ic .,.i ( '.,., Utiles' Shoos, inedium hoel , worth $2.50 to !f.l.w. u '-" '''''' 'n I Spocial m-icps on AVnnn SlmLs niwl'SlimerH- ' Sale From December 13 to 20 Inc. iflfflEBICIW FORK IHP- Bfl BBBB BflflK BBBB BBBjajsjJjfayjjyiggyy3 t r. j mic . , mmtttk yBBBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMMMiiiiiwiiiiiiii .