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fl,TURDAV. MAY 6, 191C. J
' . AMERICAN FOItK CITIZEN', . 13 1 Pleasant Grove Department I Grade Graduates Eighty Four ..a.. Largest Class in Local History Eliffable for HirU School En- trance Program Monday Night. The Pleasant Grove grade scho ols closed their year1,, work this week th tlio graduation of eighty-four students from tlio eighth grade. Thin is the largest class In tho local school's history tliat has passed success, ful examinations for cntranco to high school work. Piindpal George Larson and tho other' teachers ale to bo congratulated for tho elllclent work of thA year. Monday evening, May 8th, will ho the commencement urogram In the Tabernacle, when tho following program will be rendered: Chorus (The Shell) clnsH Prayer Charles 0. Johnson Selection Orchestra netold Stor) . Ktta Ogden Vocal Solo Nona Kirk Reading (Selected) '. Mary Ronch Duct (Instrumental) Myron West and Floyd Walker Current Topic Arza Adams Violin Selection Alfred Swenson Remarks ; lames II. Walker Reading (Grndntlm) Kowena Walker Presentation of Diplomas Supt. W. Karl Hopkins Chorus. Class Benediction . CUSS ROLL vilacc Hadmall Aaron Walker Bessie Lindsay Ilurnctt Ilagloy floyd Sorenson Clarence Carlson Virginia Westphal Myron West H&rion Wr.dlcy Huscll Swenson Uma Gardiner Clifford Wright Hllle Oreo it Alfred Swenson .mtelma Jnrobsou Lolnnd Culllmore KHh Archer AlRoy Glllmnn Hr.ta Claik Floyd A. Walker "jdo Hftllirta) , Morrill Walker nrarc Christlanson Vivian Maxtor jHKeorp Ilcrron Nonh Ilodchnck jHirtla RI.'liir.F Ardcth Dolce Mlloyd Tomllnson Avlyn Itlchnrds -;K'ir;lna tunlth Uuclon llobhlns ri1orencc Winters Tlioron Whltcley Hlowtni Walker Glon Glllmnn -Wbert (Vulan Lymnn Mechnm "B)elbcrt Fugal Arnold Hooloy" Tord Paulson Norman Itadmnll .otitic Dullock , Arza Adams Mice Monsou "" . Jessie Iverson ," "jJral Fotitz ,' Reuben Joppson Bliia Sorenson "' 1 '" Mary ltonch ' ( Vaul Adamson Fern Wndloy arjorie Holdnwny Ktta Ogden illace Hebertson Kllzn .Toliniion farlOlpln i Dollla Hooloy tella Steggell Krma .Inrmnn its? Newman ' ';v, Vorla Monitor art-ncc Ncllson '"" "' Nellie Houlton fde Hums Nona Kirk "Idle Swenson Mary Prlco JBrthella Ilezznnt Margaret Millet oulc Shooll Viola Glllmnn jB" Young Jennlo Kirk flBdan Smith i Violet Shoell MBamelt Hayes Luclllo Dlttinoro JBrln VeokB I.oah. Hnrrls ' jtBorin Walker Irving Smith sJnane Anderson Leo Tiiorfie illlP WEEK i A GREAT SUCCESS 'lean-un week was nil thnt Its pro- or could vvoll hnvo hoped for. aday manj tons of rubbish was fd up from tho lots nml yards and r on the streets. """sda) nil tilr schools and liusl Mplarr, rre dosed and tho peo- turned out nmnsso to rnko oft reLs unci luiul tho rubbish away. "" T,llr,l Wurd thoro woro ton mn ami Ino ,non engaged. Tho So- "ard had (iRht immH 1)Usy n1 Tho o-( , wards nlso did good lM Tl' 1,,y nlB,,t tllQ t0W m w as tf ,i in(j ,in(1 n TurkBh b.ltlli late ar...roon a bevoy of young ! Hj'T""' ' ,Ur '-nngos nnd lcm- e to u,p r , kt rs nt tho grove. ;(1ntS.l.,v Thursday nn(l PrMn. l Pnoraii ..iISOrved for ropnlr- noT1 """"'"P n"l completing . orK r d i.nlhir In tho week. 1 I; , '" "" ,,il5' nt tll C0I- ! a.3,.mani "r" Pxl'ccted to turn ""''o,,,,,, . 0ty ()f U0(1(iml I ffl?L DIES ROM APPENDICITIS. vi I mm' "'"'iUol,l ,la"K'iter of M trB4 M' P.H culmor. died of rfn. " ' at u,e 1,rovo ,103- e frc-'H -n "' ' Aw ,lm1 ,,n(l0,'R0 rfi 'c. ., '"' "I'I'endlrlilti. r'.out wrr., '"''Were. Isr-H"! i,,f '"' coniplalnod of , u tBrcct-,) !, , ' "" " ''"ch wan not turHhry h ', '1,K ' ,v"s callod Itai;1" ' '"y ' 'ionized l,hopeSfa,,-,'-,!"0,,,n" n"p' 'FSB'lx had J1,VC'1 lh l, '"- VltrcK ru,,,M,rl Probably two k' Httlf fin lir ,ri brcniiHo of hor lovabl nature, was a particular favorite with hor ncnunlntances. Tho funeral ser vices woro held yesterday afternoon in tho l.lndon First Ward meeting house. CITY COUNCIL APPOINTS SUB-WATER MASTERS Tho City Council met In regular session Monday evening and appoint ed tlio following sub-water mastors at tho following salaries: Irving Johnson, $00 on tho eighty iod, Pul ley and Henry ditches; Andrew 01. son $10 on the Stowart, Swenson and Jenson ditches; John P. Hnyos $05 on tho lower and main ditches; Clif ton Harper $30 on tho Gardiner ditch, Isaac Carlson, $20 on llnttlo Crook. Watcnnnstor C. P. Larson with some help will hnndlo tho other dltchos. Tlio committee on water works was instructed to Investigate tho reason for shortage of water on certain lines In the northeast part of town. Tlio streot supervisor was Instructed to rnfoico tho ordliinneo on flooding rtrects. 'I ho committeo on liconso leportcd IU 1 hidings on cortnln parties who woro not paying liconso, and tho city marshal will collect from overybody whom tho ordlnnco covers. Other business Included turnlns io'n tin application for a culvert ..c. r C'l .i- f reel's l'onic. Tlio old oilng of nno to be fl;.. ' nnav '" HI' ton losidcnco nnd a report of bouuiu city olllclals. Tho treasurers report showed a baJnnco In tho bank of $051. 8G. ti FKNCK Phono No, OS J about tho w stylo, W A. Hunger, I.ehl, Utah. C tf MULE CASE JS REVERSED The famous Green-Steele mule ense tried before n Provo Heneh Justice several months ago, was tried the past week In the District Court on appeal nnd the jury gave Mr. Green n ver dict for $103 and costs of court, which' will add another $25 besides attorney fees. "When Green purchased tho mule ho supposed It be sound, but was found to have the heaves and soon died. When the caso was tried before Jus tlco Hanson, his verdict was that the plaintiff wns entitled (o recover, but thnt befoto doing so, ho must first return the mule, then decomposed under six feet of earth. This ho said was contrary to law but that ho law wns wrong. The case has attracted wide attention. A Pointer for Merchants. The ndevitising manager of one of the biggest mail-order houso In tho country, In a tnlk before members of nn advertising club recently gnvo (some- Interesting Information on how they secured much of their business. Ho snld; "Wo hnvo a bureau whoso duty It Is to road each week the country news papers from all over tho country. There Is not a paper of any conse quenco In our trndo territory thnt our bureau does not get. This burenu looks over these papeis and when wo find a town where the merchants nro not advertising In the local paper, wo Immediately flood that territory with our Htorature. It always brings re sults fnr In excess of tho snmo effort put forth In territory where ocnl merchants use their locnl pnpor." Tills snmo bureau is ono of our regular subscribers for tho Hovlow. Local morchauts could kill much of tho business of these foreign compet itors by advertising regular In their home paper. lll'till ll.VXiT.lt ltl'.iTltXS HOMi: 1'HO.M V.VX(!TN'II. Hugh Ia.tor returned this week from Pnngwitch In Southern Utah, whero ho has been teaching Fcliool tho past winter. Pangwltch has an altitude of CtitiG feet nnd spring is just opening up. The boys and girls att end school six days each week, which glvos them a shorter school year. .ir.Mous i:nti:iitaix si:.ints Tho Junior High School students entertained Saturday evening at the high school building, In honor of tho seniors. . Prof, Miller acted as Master of connonies. Toasts wero mndo nnd responded to by Lymnn Smith, Heed Warnlck. Lola Robinson and Leo Walker. After thebanquet tho even lug was spent In dancing. f Mrs. George Stuart's two nephews from Salt Lako City spent the first part of the week with her. Ike Wndloy loft Wednesday for, American Fork Canyon to look up some mining propositions, Tlie stork left a bnby girl at the home or Mr. and Mrs. .Tamo Rode baek Wednesday. Arno Clirlstlansou whl'e playing at tho school ground fell nnd broke his arm Wednesday. Hyruin Cailsou who has boon II. ing nt Garflold, has moved his fam ily to Pleasant Grove. Postmaster Wndloy boenmo a new grandpa Wednosday, when a new baby boy was born to Mrs. Helen Parmer at Garfield. Mrs. Wadh nnd Mrs. Helen Hlekerson loft for Garfield Thursday. An Interesting weigh party will be given by tho Sonlor clnss Saturday ev ening, Mny C. Tho Juniors and their partners will ho Invited nnd each glil will bring a basket with luncheon for two nnd tho boys will buy tho girls foi half a cent por pound to got their suppor. Gall on S. D. Radmall Ever Blooming Roses, Shrubs and Fruit Trees .Mrs. S J Oi-ivn (Hid daughter. Nil lie, wero American Fork Walters Thursday. Mr. Chlienee CliiiMhuiMii went to Salt Lake Wcdiiewlsy. .Mrs. Hart) Wadley and her mother, Mrs. Hlekerson went to Garfield Thursday to greet the new baby of Mrs. Fied Patmcr. Tho S. 11 O club met at Mis Sndle Mills' Wediiwwlny evening. This whs their Inst mwMiig of tho summer. Mr. L. O. Tnft of Salt Lako was heie Wednesday In the Interest of the Can ning Co. Mrs. LorliiK llnrils of Ogden has spent a week Molting as tho guest of Miss Luella Nelson at the Culmer Ho tel. Miss Hannah Condor is spending a few days with friends In Salt Lake. Mr. nnd Mrs. Odus Vnncy and Mrs. Annlo Loader wire Salt Lake visitors on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Walker and fam ily nnd J. 1). Thnrno formed an unto pnrty to Provo Friday. J. II. Hnlllday was In Salt Lako Thursday on Canning Co. business. L. W. nnd L. P. Lund wero In Suit Lako Thursday ordering nnothor car load of Oakland automobiles for their Utah County customers. I- C. Ranks while gathering rocks on clean up tiny Tuesday, had a run away which threw him out of tho rig and brusled him up considerably on tho body nnd face. No Job of printing Is too small or too largo for us. Phone S5 nnd wo will do the rest. C-tf A. 13. Cooper nnd Cy Mercer woro In Cedar Valley Wednesday looking up n innngnncse deposit. Tlio County the past week did some good work fixing up tho roads leading to tho cutting station south of town nnd to tho unloading station north of town. t Clarence Chrlstlnnsaii Is still nurs ing a broken finger received two weeks ago. It. J. Cobbley spent tho past week looking over somo land bargains In tho vicinity of Roxburg, Idaho. N. P. I'oiilsou who litis been doing contracting work In Salt Lake, spent Sunday with his folks In Plcnsnut Grove. Mrs. Ilnrtou Kdwnrds of Salt Luko wns n visitor with her mother, Mrs. Josoph West tho curly part of tho week. Alma Chrlstlansnn, Supt. of Water Works hns bcou limping around on crutches this week, duo to a sprained nnklo received whllo Jumping n ditch. You cnu get splendid seed corn nnd tho lntost corn planters at Chlpinnu Morcnntllo Company. fi-1t Ono of tho most beautiful enti itulu inents of tho year wns tho Senior ban quet given by tho Junlois Saturday evening, April 20. The rercpllon looms wero beautifully decorated In green nnd yellow and the banquet room In different shndes of pink. Mrs lleoige Haley from Lyndyll is Usltlng Mr nnd Mrs. Clarence Hilton. Mr. anil Mrs L. P. Lund were Am erican Fork lsltors Sunday. Mls Kdnn Holdnwny has not been fooling wall this week. Miss Coin Wndloy entei tallied Miss Gincv ltlehlus to supper Tuesday ev en lu k. Mlxs Lola Roblson went to Salt Lake Monday to spend the weok with her folks. Mr. Omer Larson litis gone to Ain l clean Fork ennyon nnd will be em ployed thero this summer. A grent time wns had nt tho Senior ball. It was the most elnborate event of tho year. Tho decorations wero In May Day colors and everyone had the Ihely split or spring. Mr. Wltlard Uilmhnll of Thurber, I'tnh, wns the guest or Miss Allen during tho past weok. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis Greene were Proo visitors Tuesday. Mr. K. R. Hnlllday returned homo Monday from Contcrvllio. He left Wednosday for San Junn County whero ho expects to be employed for n short time. Tho Primary teachers of tho First Ward hold a preparation meeting Mon day evening at Mrs. Alva Chlpmnn's. Their Intentions nro to hold these meetings every month. The La Vlrlo Swnrm met nt thu home of Miss Opal Wadiey Tuesday evening. They nro going to ounlluur their work nnd their early nnl eux lous Mrrt promises ti succosHtiil fu 'iiic Mr. Smniinl Hilton nnd Arnold Rich. Ins, U. of U. students camo homo to attend tho senior ball. They spent Sat urday and Sunday tho guests of rela tives nnd friends. Mr. Konold who bus been wot king in tho Hedqulst Drug store hero, re turned to Salt Lnko this week mid has been succeeded by Ilryun' West. Mr. lliiehamnu of tho Utah Lltho. graphing Co., was hero Wednesday In tb Interest of tho Canning Co. Mr. .). S. Miner, manager of the Caning Co., was In Provo Wednesday to purchase machinery. Mr. Glenn Mnthows went to Salt Lake Wednesday. Mr. mid Mrs. J. R. Ilnllldny and baby. John, went to Iayton Wednes day to spend a week with Mrs, Lucus Lniidle. Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Thorne, Sllus Thorne, Henry Armltstead, Mrs. Orson llullock, Mrs. Margaret Thorno nnd son Klvlu nnd Mrs. Mary Armlt stead attended tho funeral of Miss Hutll" Armltstead nt Provo, Mr. Isaac Hayes returned home f i oin Kansas City, Mo., whoro ho graduated from tho Sweeney automo bile school. He left Saturday for Richfield and will spond tho summer In the southern part of the slate. WD I'HI.NT IHiiT.R WHAI'PJHtS. Tlio Onkluwl luiflt '' "1"1"1' ivi's l fRtcr power, mid gri'iitor ct'diiuiin in itn- um- of oiMilim- than any other ear known. l is tlif onU ""'l 'v,' cl imltc I KiwiRii Peak on its own jhwi. LET US DEMONSTRATE IT TO YOU. Lund & Thorne, Agts. PLEASANT GROVE UTAH mm " " ma m $m Wo have had two solicitors In tho li&H field the past two weeks In Plensant 'H Grove and vicinity. They havo 'mM brought In over sixty now subscrlb- IkB ers, ami report, (and are willing to iwUfl make allldavlt to tills statement) 'ilJH that tho Review Is taken and rend by ' slUi 00 per cent of the people mid that tho -jHl othor 10 per cent borrows tho paper ,,,' va and reads It. This ought to be good i l news to tho merchants of this city, 'tB who should tuko udvnntage of such nisi oportiinltles and advertise. iH.bfl Grand Concert and Dance wM Orpheus Hall jB FRIDAY, 1 MAY 12 m II.VItr.LAMIILltl' LADlllS' .fiHu OIICIILSTRA liSi Assisted by laSi .MISS IILANt'll Al'Sii.V, Soloist K In popular and Classical .Mimic ijB ADMISSION .Vie l'LIt COUI'Ll' ''WKl i:tra I, ndlcs nml Caller) !." cents tfBBI CONCCUT COMMIlNCliS at 8tl. p. in. iM iik; ii.vxT, roi.i.owiNG iio.nckrt Wtm All the latest lilts In One-Steps, Fox fifw Trots, ele. r WoU ''('liamherlalu's Talilels llaie bono , ' myta Wonders for Me." ffiiMk "I havo been u sufferer from stom- ifilll ach troublo for a nunibor of years, tfillij and although I havo used a great ! gU . 1 number of remedies recommended for this complaint, Chnmberlaln's Tablets j Is tho first mcdlclno thnt has given .' it me posltlvo nnd lasting relief," writes Mrs. Anna Kaillu, Sprncorpoit, N. Y. W "Chambcrlnln's Tublots hnvo dono RflJ wonders for mo nml I value them HL1 very highly." fffl For sale by II. 11. Mcrrlhew, Lehl, jb Utah; Win. Thornton, 2 stores, Amurl- Ifl can Folk; Hedqulst Drug Co., Pleas- AH nut Grovo and all dealers. flaw o 8H xotici: of assi:ssmi:.vt xo. s pflj Utah Centennial .Mining Co.. Principal $31 Place nf lliislness 1'lcnsant Grorc mEm Utah. f(m Notlco Is hereby given thnt at a ffDfl meeting of tho directors of said Co,, ffl held on April 22, 1910, nn assessment lH of $2.r0 per each 1,000 shares of out. BmI stniidlng stock (21 mlllcs por shnro) WW wns levied, payable Immediately to Donald Noble, Secrctnry and Trcns- J7"VJ urer, at his odleo In Pleasant Grove, &1S22 Utah. Any stock on which this ass- 1H essment romnlus unpnlil on 20th dny ttfl nf Mny, 1010, will bo delinquent nnd WM udvortlsed for snlo at Public Auction S and unless paymoiit Is mado before IH Monday, Juno 19th. 1010, nt a p. in. will be sold nt tho offlco of D. Noble, Warn seeretnry, to pay dllliiquont assess- BB mont cost of udvortlslng nnd expenso Bfl of sale. 1HJ DONALD NOIII.K, Secretary. B First pub April 29 last pub May 20. WJ Two Good Buys 1 IN PLEASANT GROVE! 1 wmmmmamnummmsaammmMmmm WM Tho IV. II. Stenarl lunue, 'ortIi on M First Fast Sired, Pleasant Grow. BJ ."Itnoiii Modern brick house, 1 !M t.s. nj res of laud, good haru, chlekeu cotn S and seine fruit. $2,S00.00. fl 7 !M acres, about half In good fruit S ,' shares Ilntlle Creek vtater, good H brick house, barn, and 2 lilg chick- jH en coops, located about half mile H straight Fast of San Pedro Depot. HJ . Just the place for a chicken ranch. H $-2.-100. fl J. Watt Storrs ' I Ral EHtaieMorcIiant" 1 American Fork Utah. 3roney to Loan at 8 per ceut ou furms, !