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""" " ,, ,,,,. , ii " i .- : -.,. J iKu l-0Ix,; AMERICAN FOItK CITIZEN, SATUIH)A. vi OUST 20, 191C. NUMBER 1! '! ELAR DAY BIGGEST EVER t l,r Fashion Displays on I.UIng jidtl' ""' ,,L' 0,cn,c' of lh0 Etcnlnsr. nundar. September 7th promise ' a jay long to ho remembered. in be "uoi'r Day" w,th lh0 ,nor- ' ' The underlying feature will An exhibition of tho Benson's rush. m- the several business houses, r the name of "HIr Fashion Show d illumination Salo." All the stores will bo brilliantly Med and bo kept open until 10 P I Main and Merchant streets will decorated and brilliantly Ulumlnnt jwlth coloied electric globes by tho l,r Company, and tho merchant t Hi add a number ot lights to tholr isplay windows- All tho fall nnd Inter styles will bo on tllBplny nnd In he big dry poods windows will bo king models showing what will be tjllsh In bats, suits, dresses, cloaks, oats-, shoes, etc. The bis event of tho day will br he tuning pngent on tho sldownlks t ;:30 In the evening with Hen Full ,er, LcOrnml Noyes nnd Woyno W1 ai'as marshals or the evening on hi ycles. Following Is tho order of tho par ie: I-Amcrlcan Fork Silver Band. '-Fashions of CO years ago 1800. jFashlons of 25 years ago 1890. tFashlons of G years ngo 1010. 5-Fashlons of today 1910. 6-Baby display go-cai Is, baby igslcs, coaster wagons, etc., with ibles In them, T-Tradc3 and Itidustrlca by bust. nt men, many ns wo can got. J-Frcaks nnd Funny Features. Patrlaich Smith and Timothy Mc irtjrvlll direct fashions of CO years a, John Hunter nnd Leo Shelly those f !5 years ago. T. S. Prldny nnd tie Grccnwod long thin skirts or G Hrs ago. J. A. P. Jensen, Mrs. imhley, Thomas noblnson, Miss ir Garlt and 11 J. Seastrand thoso ! ih present ilay,L..S, Harrington, U(oVdornoW irect the baby show, nmes T. Gard. (r. William Thornton, E. II. Ilolcy id John Robinson tho trades, nnd om Osborne, Earl Vnrnoy, Vcm tlker and Heed Gardner tho freaks. Immediately after tho parndo will 'the demonstrations of this seasons iMons on living models In tho big for windows In tho afternoon thoro will ho five lj of funny pictures frco for kids "in 12 In tlio Ilronx nnd tho silver -4 will (Ilsrourso music whllo tho wrti are gathering in tho ovcnlng. There will bo a big danco In tho jollo Hall nt night, and tho best cturo shows that enn bo found In rtown, our size, In tho state. EMHERS AND I piENIS That the kiddles mny know wo run MM of tenrhers employed In Am. lean Fork for tho coming year nnd srado tlicy will occupy: Suporln. ilent W K Hopkins, Primary Sup f.vior Hcrmr-io Peterson; Music PtrvUou brahnm Anderson nnd H Ovcrladi. American Fn,t, High I'. M. Nlol. M"' E A Morp, i, ,1 m. Wnlker, M. O. pibn Karl s Holmstcad, G. Ray PH Kunt, Teeobson. llqbort U. Aim Mmhlsoii. Irving L. "" JoscM i Forbes. .!!! M u ,1" m, skcd to ho lion. mW? rolr,,l ftn(, ncUon wll, ,)0 T "''"ntlon by tho hoard v. '' v " ht a1ro Ml9 Auna n lu, ,,1(0(l (0 ,0 rolcn8pil tieran, (t1()n ,ms l)ren Brnn(p(1 '" b0:ir" '- expected to fill both , M'o-iiion , Mio hoslon next Bv7l7n r",v "rnrnmar- Forbes itd ' StCPlP' ,,,lnclll!l,: iH'ilr ,. '' T"o McPhorson, V.'1" r",( Trlmiuy Hnrrlngl Z Sh N T' OHmonil. Prlii 'Mr i.. "'n,h ' "indall, Sarnh PniU. V-n '" " Sylvia Thornton. octbj . ""v "''"'khurst. Myrtn s'vr 1H"' I'eteison, Jonnle ! 'rine Sri, i .. Mnnur .7 (iporgo H. Dubois, h!" " 1:,llt1' Hovoy, Rachel m'm Srl"ol O. c. nay, Alice I E HlST ,,r'"i:u ivhaitbhs. PACIFIC MILL BEING ' RUSHEDTOMMPLETION Men Arc Taken Out f .Mlno to l)x. niwito For JII11 mid All Auillnlilo Curpenlers Are llelng lut On Will He In Operation Xoicmber 1st. About twenty-five men nro now busy grading tho scvernl benches, put. .ting In concroto nnd erecting tho buildings for tho Pacific mill being, erected on Dutchman Flat. All tho men hnvo been taken out of tho Dutch, man mine to osslst In tho excavation and all tho nvallablo carpenters nro being put to work. It Is expected that the mill will bo ready to commenco turning out con. ccntratcs by November 1st. Tho tun. chlnory, excepting one car load is already on the ground and this car is duo to arrive from Denver any dny. Thoio will now be no delny till tho plant is completed. Tho mill will hnvo a capacity of 0G tons dally and Is being so constructed thnt additional units may bo ndded, increasing Its capacity." On the Pa. clflc dump there Is already sufficient ore to keep tho mill going for one year and tho big vein Is said to have suffi cient mill oro oxposed to keep a plant of this capacity going for 10 yen is longer. Tho Pacific Is a sulphide oro and In Ideal for concentrating. Very little power will bo necessary for crushing. Tests mado on tho oro show that It will reduce down nbout -1 to 1 and then produco n shipping grado worth nbout $G0 per ton, which means a pro. diictlon or about 10 tons or concen tmtos dally. This will also mnko lh, extraction of high grade moro con. vcnlent nnd Supt. Feilin expects to materially add to his mining rorct soon ns tho mill Is completed. BELOROPHAN SHOWING NOWSUBSTANTIAL There Is really "something dolnt' In tho lntc3t developments n tho He, AWpplmnu-JohnCJogliorjili, president of tho company, who Is down after inspection of tho latest develop, ments, said Wednesday that tho tun. ncl, which lind tapped tho fissure nt a dopth of about 100 feet, had opened an oio body carrying lend, silver and a little copper, the total vuluos being about $25 per ton, nnd thnt whllo tho extent of this body was yet undeter mined It was "growing" with every shot. Hut tills is not the only good report from tho mine. In limiting n rnlso from tho tunnel to a shaft sunk from the surfneo tho miners, when up nbout sixty rect, encountered n body or ore thnt Is now nbout thrco week wldo and carilcs as high values In silver ns tho body below, which appears to be a bedded vein nnd which has far moro high grado galena than the oio In tho fissure. In order to afford nulck and efllelent ventilation this uprnlso was undortnk. on. Fifteen foot more of working will connect tho ralso with tho shaft nnd then tho ventilation problem will be i I solved, giving tho miners tho oppor I tunlty for the employment or three shifts without tho necessity of install. I ni; it blower. STRIKE MADE ON ; NEW PROPERTY Propcry Recent!) Ai'iiilred by .Iinlge 1 litntr, II. I. Iicr.slinv, mid William Hoffman llns 8 Inches or Shipping I Ore. William Hoffman, who wtlh his son, Is oporntlng tho pioperty recently ne. quired by the Ameilcun Fork Canyon Mining nnd Dovclopmont Co., sent word down Satiudny that ho had just opened eight Inches of shipping oro on n vein which ho characterizes as being an extension of the Pacific fis sure. Tho proporty lies north.wost of Peter Millar's Silver Glanco group nnd noitheast of tho Hog mlno. The strike of tho Hoffman vein Is north, wost and southeast nnd If it con forms to Miller nud Hoffman's theories It will up-sot the calculations of sov. oral other cmlnont niithoiltlos. Ilosldes tho stiiko tho Amoiicnn Folk Mining nnd Dovoloplng Co. prop orty hns tho biggest Iron dyko in the Canyon that cuts tho supposed Pad. flc fissure nt right angles. Judge King, tho Democratic candldato for Senator. Is president of tho Amorlcan Fork Canyon Mining and Develop, ment Co. POSfOFFICE MAY . JE MOVED Theio Is an agitation to hnvo tho post olllco moed from It's present lo. cntlon on Merchant Sticet to one of tho buildings on Main Street. Th present loaso expires In Octobor. The Adnmson building, formerly tho Mint bar, or one of tho Chtpmnn buildings between tho two banks hnvo been mentioned ns suitable buildings. An nrgumont In Tnvor or Keeping the of. flco lu Its prosent location Is tho flno riro and burglar proof vault now In use. Since tho talk of moving tho build ing has been agitated, It has boon suggested that a good location would bo on tho vncant corner south of the Chlpmnn Merc. Company. A building specially sultnblo for post offlco pur. Posob with a flood of light could bo erected If a long tlmo leaso woro signed. Postmnstor Clarke, when Intorvlow. cd, stated that ho favored moving to Main Street. Ho had not thought or using his own corner but had con. sldored nny locntlon on Main Street satisfactory. Illds for tho location will probably bo submitted nnd nn Inspector will sottlo tho question -by his recommendation lo tho dopnrt-f ment. FUNERALS HELD SUNDAY i Tho funeral sorvlccs of Mrs. Oio Larson and Airs. Alma A. Smith woro held Svmlny afternoon In tho Hrst ward meeting house. MrB. Larson's was held at o'clock. Illshop Jamos T. Gnidncr presiding. The opening prayer was rendered by James C. Hcaley of Allpno and tho benediction by James Hrown. The first wnnl choir rendered a number of selections, James Martin nnd daugh ter Mary, snirg a duet and the Misses Mnyberry and Sharp of Lchi, rendered n duct. Tho speakers woro John 11 Davis, Honjamlii Forroll of Alpine, 111b. hop Zabrlskio of Highland and S. I. Goodwin of I.ehl, nnd S. U. Chlpman or Amcrlcnn Fork. - i -Jlrs.AliimAStnttn'nwirsnfLTdit; 1 o'clock, Illshop James T. Gnrdner presiding. Tho inuslcnl soloctloim wero furnished by tho first ward choir, a solo by John II. Davis, n solo by "Mrs. Chester Pulloy and nik Instru mental selection by Pror. Cbas. Hop kins. Thomas Feathorstone, Sr.. gave tho opening prayer and Win. Grant or fercd tho benediction. Tho Bpcnkor wero Dr. P. M. Kully, Jnmes Mnrtln nnd T. Abrnm Greenwood. Iloth wore lnrgo funerals nnd many floral til. butes wero paid. NEW HIGH SCHOOL PRINCPAL ARRIVES Prof. P. M. NIelson, tho now bond of the Amorlcan Fork High School, nrilvril In American Fork with his family nnd Is now vonifaitnbly lo cuted nt homo In tho J. K. Jensen lesldenco on First South Street. Pi or. N'lolson Is dollghted with this eltv and Ultih County, which Is his former homo, ho hnlng been born in Plens. nnt Grove. Ho Is a graduato of the II. Y. U. mid has also bcon a student In tho U. or U. nnd tho U. A. C. For tho past olght yours ho lias been prin cipal of the North Sanpeto High School at Mt Pleasant. Mr. Nlolson hns a high leputaiion among tho educators of tho state. Spenklng or tho High School system he Bays: Judging from tho records of the Amorlcan Fork High School and by a Isll to tho institution last spring. I think tho school Is In excellent con. ditlon nnd It Is my doslro mid shall bo my earnest ondeavtir to maintain the Btnndnrd established by my wor(h) predecessor. Mr. Whltakor and his able facility. Tho outlook for tho coming yoni seems very encouraging. Thoro will in nil prohnbllty bo not rower than 200 regular high school students lu at tendance bosldoa 125 eighth grado or Junior high school students, which to gether will constitute an excollont working unit. Tho high school should ho mid Is an Institution that roflects tho common Ity llfo. propnrlng boys and girls mi far ns high school ediientlon goes, for tho work thnt they mo to do In life nnd ns this locality Is partlculuily w rlciiltiirnl nno, that phaso or our hlKh school work should bo emphnnlzcd. Tho local high school will thorororo endeavor to moot tho noods or the community by training ror a practlnil llfo nnd ror n high standard or citizen, ship i Fashion Show I i and Illumination Sale 1 i Sept. 7th "Big Dollar Day" and fi Illumination Sale ifl From 8 a. m. to 10:30 p. m., on Thursday, Sept. 7th H you will be able to get some of the best Bargains for 9 ' that has ever been offered. Dollar bargains all :M I day and all evening. jfl Fashion Show Parjfcle at 7:30, immediately thercaf- '-tfl ,;. I ter wc will display in our windows and store rooms the H !, fashions of the day up to the last word in stylish Suits, ilM I Goats and Apparel. jfl i Living models to be used to display tho goods. Styles ' v ', of 191G will also be in the Parade in tho Evening.. ? i Our coats are distinctively individual and we be- 3jjl , r lieve they will please the most prudent. You can got a . jjj9 I , full appreciation of our Suits and Cloaks without coming I $M i 'SB 14 i yl 4f i to see them, that is why wo urgo you to pay us a visit fl y though you may not be quite ready to purchase. JU foil and Winter Goods teaming in rapidly. J9 )on't forget the Fashion Show Sept. 7, 1916 ' 1 hipman's JRSg gpy " CANYONNEWS A. A. McCIoud and 11. N'lolson camo down this week Irom tho Ktta May pioporty lu tho Silver Lake section, whero they hnvo four men nt woik dovoloplng a flBsuro that In tho Inco of their tunnel shows n width of 7 feet It Is nppnicntly good smelting oio. Thoy had samples Tor assay and said thnt If tho oio showed the nntlcl. , paled values they would take stops looking toward the oicctlon or n mill A Htrlko was mndo tho past week In , the I.lvo Yankee 'in a tunnel that the (Ireeno Leasing Co. Is running. Mr K. C. Hnbe, who Is In charge or the : work, Is highly elated ovor tho show-, lug mndo. Ho has n nice pllo of hlisli sllver.lead oio on tho dump nnd Is nd. ding to It with each shift. j Tho oro was encountered on tho con tact between tho sbnlo and tho quint, zlte. Tho mouth of tho Yankee tun., J nol Is hut about lfio rent Horn tho por- lnl or tho IJelorophnn boro nnd nbout fifty foot dcepor. It means much to 'both properties. The woik will he J extended to tho llmo.sbnlo contact, uhoro It Ik expected tho oro body will ' Increnso In slzo. The Yankee claim , i but 200 rect In width nnd lies w d Igod botweon tho llolorophnn and the ' Olobo Con. Thousands of dollars worth of float hns been picked up on lb'1 ! i Vankeo ground nnd It Is thought vein i j being now oponod on It nnd the Ho' oroiihuii nro the soiiicch of thU flout Kngincors wero up tho Canyon this week surveying tho Amarvllle's and Von Compromise elnlms that havo i contly boon tnlcon ovor under a bond , and lease by Salt I.ako pnrtlos. Se oral men havo nlroady been put to, work. These claims both contain I some good oro In promising flMsuree, i Thoy woro pntonted In 1S88 but have, had no work done on them slnco that date. ) Two mon from Spilngvllle went up the Canyon and nro now busy driving , a tunnel on tho Miller Hill Extension group lying at tho head of the M Kllen fiulch, nbovo tho I.lvo Ynnkeo. Thoy claim to hnvo tho snnio vein thnf tho Ynnkeo has. Sonator Wootton camo down from tho South Paik pioperty this woek with tho Information that Tuesday ho had staited somo mon running n tun nel which In lfiO feet will cut nt depth a promising Hssuro showing values or lead and silver on Its out ciop, "00 root above. Tho tunnel w'ill cut tho vein In tho solunblo Umo wboio tho Senator expects lo encount er n body ot shipping ore. Tho South I'nrk is running tho blggost tunnel In tho ctnyon. It Is pursuing a courso Into the hill 10 degrees east or noi tli and will ultluately bo about n iiiilo In length. Thrco fissures will bo cut by this tunnel nud sovcnil side fissures will bo piosprctcd from It. Woik on this tunnol will contlnuo without Interruption. i Work will bo resumed Sept. 1st on tho Pacific KxlciiBlon proporty, lying between tho Hay State nnd tho Os. iMrno, cast of tho 1'nclflc. Somo ro cent ussuys of u flRsuro on which xr i somo work wns dnnu shows values In ' lend and silver. It 1b hero that jjj! men will bo put to woik. tf tl)l- thi: timi: to KiMi Jm thi: fly is now fKl vH Wngo coiiBtant warfnro ugaltiBt this kH silent worker whoso presenco means 'KH filth and germs, the Insect whoso Jf ItiRolenco nnd self.nssuranco" exceeds lM that of any other animal In tho world. $- o 7 noitsi: it.ci:its (ji:t away. 'WM Tlio two men who last wcok woro '-H on the streets Sundny night, refused 'M to stop when domnuded by a Juvenile '" aH ollloor. Keu after a shot was fired by tho officer they refused to stop H and their Identity linn not yet been HR learned. Thoy wero Inst heard en. w torlng Pleasant Grove.' ij Just Like a Gold Bond m B A good cattle barn begins to earn money for you from the n I day it is completed. And the returns keep coming in year 9 after yen without interruption. jH Look at the building shown in the picture. It is one good 99 suggestion fur a profit-ca"rning cattle barn. You will sec from in the illustration that it is designed for a good sized herd and it Sjfl I has plenty of roomfor hay overhead. ' &m Notice, also, the shelter shed, arranged by an extension of fflk the main roof. The cattle appreciate this protection from the Wm weather. When the cattle gain in weight, you gain in money. fgj Let us help you with your"plans for a new cattle barn. 19 a There is a certain best material for cattle barns just as there jj Wk 3 is for all other farm buildings. jffl B DNNEVILLE LUMBER CO. M G o o . . M c r ri 1 1 Co LKXl ana Asaociat' SB E W. Paxrnan. Manager. fR American Fork, Ulali. fjW 1 1 i .