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SATURDAY, SKPTEMUKU 2, 191C
He
i AM. FORK LOCALS
Hnl
HB !
HHf Tom Minns lias purchased Itcrt Ail.
KH iimsoiiH residence on Lake Street.
HH lllshop .1. W. Storrs made n bind.
H hcbs trip lo, Halt Lake Tuesday.
H Albeit Itoulcy left Monday for mi
HJ extended stay In Murtutigh, Idaho.
HHt James Crystal, Sr., loaves Monday
HH for IiIh hoiih, .lames and Alex'n ranch
H In Altotiali, Utah.
HHJ 1 school tablet fret; with overy
IHJ iiounil of loose U recti Tea, l!iie at
. tlio Harrington (liocery all next week.
H Mt'H. J. V. IrvliiK of Ball Lake, Ik
HH upending tlio week with hot motlier,
HH Mrs. Mary Cunningham.
HJ. Mth. Hurry Allen of Garfield spent
HH' n fow days here IIiIh week, visiting
HB' with MrH. 1). F. Kan or.
HH I'oik being very scarce enll lieu
HH Halllday, Amuilean Fork. Tor jirlco.
HH Phone
Hfl Jlrs. 11. .1. .lone spent Monday In
HH Amorlcaii Fork with her parents,
HH I'reH. and Mrs. H. L. Ohlpmaii.
HI Mr. and MrH. 1''. I- lllekham auloed
HH over from 1'iovo Monday and npent
HH Iho day with friends.
SH Mm. I. C. Foster ami daimhtor l.lll-
HH Inn, returned Tuesday fiom a ton day's
HH vIhII with relatives In Vernal.
H Miss Louise t'olllstcr of Sail I -'ike,
HH lino heen a guesl of Miss Myitlo Fttll-
HH mor thlH week.
Hi MrH. .IohIo King and sou of Caatlo
Hi Valley, woin hoio this week visiting
M with Mr. and Mrs. It. 10. King.
HH Mrn. James Crystal and family have
HM returned after spending the summer
BH on tlmlr raueli at Altotiali, Utah.
HH ; innrilagc license was humeri. Inst
H 'week to It. Slewait of Provo nnd
B Mattlo Gordon of thin city.
Hi IttiHBolI Dunklcy of Salt Lake spent
HH the week here with IiIh parents, Mr.
Hi Mr. and Mih. .1. I,, nunkley.
Hi Charlie Trump and MIsh Gladys
HB Chrlstcnsen of Salt Lnko, were gucsta
of Mr. and Mm, I.. II. Foulgor Sunday.
HR Mr. and Mrs. V. 11. Grant wore
HE down from Salt l.nko Monday nnd sold
HM their homo on Main Street to Theo.
HB doro Nlcholcs.
Hi, t Mr. and Mrs. I.awronco Nlcholcs ate ,
H,L down from Salt l.nko thin week vis- ',
HP with tlio Misses Annln nnd Llzzlo Ntc-
HH holes.
lit Tho nrlghnin Young t'nlvorslty nt
lift Provo, Utah, bcgliiB lis forty-flrBt
mnsL academic year Sept. 25, 191C. Regis-
BUgf tratlon or studentH Sept. 25 nnd 2G;
HOT Instruction begins Sopt 27. Requests
HH for cntnlogttcs and other Informntlo'-
HH will recolvo prompt nttentlon. 2.4t
With her wealth of blondo linlr tuck.
j titnlor n hoya torn cap, licr Baucy hoatl
nppoiirlt'R abovo u dilapidated Jersoy.
M lllntieho Sweet will make hor last np-
Uf penr nco nt tho Bronx on Sat., Sept.
HJB 2 hi the Lanky production of "Tho
mm Hagamumn." That Miss Sweet Is
B moro charming than over In this slum
H costume, goes without saying nnd hor
HH countless friends who havn scon hor
HH tn evonlng gowns and tlio lntost fnnli-
HH Ioiih will bo more than dollghted with
HH lier as tho cuto llttlo "tough" In "Tho
HH RnKntnuffln."
AMHUK W FOUK C1T1ZKN, . 9ATl'V, SHPtk,,,
I .Mr and .Mrs. Alva Clilpinati spen
Tuesday In American Fork with her
brother, Thomas S. Prlday and wife
Mrs. Itoy Holey spent Sunday and
Mondny In Ptovo with her sltser, Mrn.
Alex I.owe and her father, V. I). Cns.
Hlty.
Mrs. Maty WaKStan" and datiRliter!
Hazel, of Provo, arc Itoio for a couple
or weeks visit with hor parents-In.j
law. Mr. and Mrs. David Wncstnff.
ThlH weuk tho I'lah Power K. I.lf?ht !
ollleo have made a renovation of the
local olllee. rcpaporltiB nnd painting )
It. j
I'letchor Crompton foil from a hay
r.trk Jlonday afternon nnd broke his
arm, It was react and Is getting along J
very nicely now.
Jim Chlpnian was brought homo
from Castle Gate Sunday, on account
of Illness. Ho has been down there ,
working all Hummer. '
Mrs. Hon Catlson leaves this week1
for Salt Lake, whoro she will make
hor home. Mr. Carlson la employed
there.
Mis Hoa'.-i'' I iirIo has returned to
Salt l.ako lo i.i'm ip :vr nchool wotk,
aftur spending the summer months
at thn l.ogle House.
I.lzii Packard of Sprlngvllvlu Hpent
the latter part of the week at tho
homo of Senator and Mrs. John Woot.
ton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 10. Jensen and son
John, of Provo, were In American
Pork Monday visiting with hor sltser,
Mrs. Sarah Ciookston.
Mih. It. J. Ingcrsoll returned early
In tho wcok nftor spending n month
with hor husband at lila herd In
Frultlnnd.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. C. Henrold return
ed Sunday evening rrom n fow days
visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. It. Murdock In Provo.
1 school tablet freo with overy
pound of Calumet Halting Powder, nt
Harrlngtou'H Grocery all next week,
Mrs, Gcucivo Klbnrd of Sprlngvlllc,
pent Sunday mid Mondny licr-j villi
hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, C. D. Hanks
who returned Satutday after spending
tho Hummer In soiithsrn Utah atiO
Colorado,
DOLLAR DAY AT BOLEY
MEAT MARKET.'
l-lb. of Coffeo 20c
2 pkgs. 10c crackci'H ...... lCc
3 caiiH 10c pineapple .. 2Cc
2 cans llic pineapple ... 2!c
3 pkgs. Jollo 2Bc
Thrco ono dollnr lota of sugar to bo
given nwny on Dollar Day to thoso
guessing tho nearest number of po.
tatdes In n Hack In tho Holey Moat
Markot window.
E. H. BOLEY,
MKATS AND GROCERIES.
u
OOOI) CHOI'S IX CANADA
Ammon Mercer rcturnod this week
from MliGrnth, Canada, which IioMIh
crlbcs uh a. parndlso tills year. Never
beforo did tho crops look hotter. Tho
fnrnicrs aro ImrvcatlnB their fall
wheat, which Ib yielding from 30 to
CO bushels per acre. Tho spring
grain will boii bo rlpo nnd will ylold I
etutnlly as heavy. I
A FLY KILLED IN TIME
SAVES SITTING HUE
; Tho object of tho ifomo (ulcs -j
Hoelatlon as you know, Is for the b t
tcrment and Impiovomcnt of die ' '"
miinlty nnd It's surroutullis
Tho first step toward ti better ""'
miinlty Is better people, 1ieal'lil i
people, hniiplor people, IoMiir I" -pie,
clean people, not only I" ' "
and siiroundlngs, but In mind
I hcllovo thnt every persmi oiu
live better If they know how '' '"
tho aim nnd dcslro of tin' Hume
CIIVCS" tO HHHlst tllOSO Who II' "1 li'dp
Wo want nil who will to lend Hi- ii
Influnenco by being n Ilvlnv f1"1
pie In your homo nnd surifiin,i"-,
and to tell hoiiio ono .what tl lr
motive of tho homo Civics wotk I
vo want every ono to km '' '
our dcslro Ib to holp nnd Improve "t
to offend. AVo know ovciv l"i'
lover feels n certain amount "' I"""1 (
In their homo town. Wo know un
thnt wo nil wnnt n clean town nut '
becatiso we nro nfrald of dirt and n'i ins
hiitbccnuBoltlsournnturoto tip Mean !
it Is our nature, to help nnd to ot one'
another. It should bo our nature to I
work togcthor, In perfect Iimm'ny
toward ovorylhlng thnt Is oori .itf'
iipllftliiR. ,
Anierlcnn Fork 1h n pretty in.i
located In a bcnutlfu valley -ir
rounded by objects t.r food fr in i
aplrlng thought. T fco sure with "l
this food for thought nnd Inspiration
and with loyal co.oporntlon and IH
true dcslro In our honrtB we bIi.H at
taln much. Thcro is no reason 1iyj
Anierlcnn Fork ahould not bf the ,
leading town In this district ' Tin
Slnr of tho Valloy" First we t
to RID Anierlcnn Fork of FI.ir.ri To ;
do this wo need tho honrty co opera
tion of overy man, women and rlnhl
The tlmo to kill tho fly Is NOW
Wo can easily rid our own hou-.p of
fllflH hut iho problem of ridding the
district of houso files la one for the
united endeavor of tho conumuiltv
Dishwater nnd scraps of food should
not bo thrown carelessly out Hie back
door. Tho out.house or privy Is a
building which should receive our
enroful nttentlon. Seo that tlio door
Is kept closed. Ventilation hole--should
bo small nnt high up on the
walls nnd covered with screen A
couple of shovelfuls of ashes or eaith
should bo thrown upon tho eciet
ChainberlnlirH Colic, Cholera mid
Diarrhoea Itemed.
This Is u medlclno that every family
should be provided with. Colic nnd
'diarrhoea often come on suddenly and
it Is of tho greatest Impoitanco that
thoy bo treated promptly Consider tho
suffering thnt must bo endured until n
physician nrrives or medlclno enn bo
obtnlncd. Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy has a
roputatlon socond to none, for the
quick relief which it affords".
For Hale by II. 11. Morrlhow, I.ohl;
Utah; Wm. Thornton. 2 stores, Amorl
enn Fork; llodqulst Drug Co., rieas
nnt Grot, nnd nil dealers
every other dny.
Stable manure should be remved
from tho stable every thrco or four
day- nnd scattered out to dry. Spec
ial attention should he paid to c
yaids and pig pens.
Lot us work with ceaseless untir
ing energy until we can say "Our
Town Is a FLY-LESS town."
Uy ono of the Committee
. o . -
PROFITJ THIS
Han't Music Another Hay.
When you ate worried by backache,
Hy lameness nnd urinary disorders
Don't experiment with an untried
medicine.
Ho ns Utah County people nro
doing.
line Doan's Kidney Pills.
Head this Anierlcnn Folk tesldeiit's
experlenco:
MrH. Mary Whltnkcr, American
Fork, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills nnv.
ed my life, I ntn sure, ns I had n bad
ease of kidney trouble. My kidneys
almost stopped acting and 1 Hoctnod
to have kidney stones The kidney
secretloiiH wero In awful shapo. I
had much pain across my back and
my blnddor was Inflamed. Doan's
Kidney PIHh brought me relief from
tho first nnd I was soon cured. I
can now do as much work na I plcaso
and feel little 111 effect."
I Prlco fiOe, nt all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that
Mr, Whltnkcr had. Fostcr-Mllhurn
Co., Props.. Riiffalo. N. Y. (Adv.)
Lengthen the Life j1B
of Your Machinery psH
It has been pro en that 75 per cent of tlie W'WHbM
depreciation of farm machinery is due to ''MHWM
weather exposure only 25 per cent is due to JKhVH
wear and tear. -IhhVl.
This means that rust destroys your tnachin- "HL
!ery three times faster than use. HM)
You can't save your machines from wear, but y0u - 'm
from rust. . Uuild a shed Kl M
SzJ&h machines m it when not bHE
ii' RB??! A machine shed i, .., '".rHE
riffli----v. - is cheaper than pay inB?nr,l,NHE
f. Xsi-- "?,ry WK Stow
'0r- ILHlEL Lct's talk " ' ? Th,iti,rt
WsSteSi., Us-" r, , H
B DNNEVILLE LUMBER CQ,
O a o . E . M cmll Co "IM1 ana 7i j j o c 1 4 "p ft
E W. Paxman. ManaRer. R
American Fork, Utah. B
tin: i'm:suYTi:mAN ciuritni.
Uosulnr services next Sunday morn,
ing and evening, 10:30 nnd 7:45. Y'3
Itors cordlully welcome.
Mr. W. II. Horrlck, S. S. Missionary
of Green Kivcr, Utah, was n gueat at
the mnnso two days this week.
Itev. John Meeker Is In Salt Lake
this week attending tho Intcr.Mnun.
tain Hiblo Institute, nnd tho Synod of
tho Presbyterian Church of Utah.
"OM ELECTR!Cvr'"7M"
SALT LAKE TO PAYSON V&W
26 DAILY TRAINS 26 li
. lkiu
Southbound Sorthbouiid
C:45 n. m. t -4:10 p. in. I 1:C0 n. m. t :W l. m.
jy--. BoSr i:;1;1: -
9:03 n. m. 7.iC ' ,n- 8.4C n. m. c:37a. m.
10:1G n. m. 9.01 p. m. 9:2C a- m- 7:37 p. m.
12:1G p. m. 10:45 p. m. 10:54 a. in. 9:37 p. m.
2:1C p. m. 12:44 n. in. 12:37 p. m. 11:50 p. m.
a.mi:kica' roKK
SouDilMiiind Northbound
G:52a. m.t 4:22 p.m. 1:44 a. m.t 2:30 p.m.
8:0C a. m. I'-H V- m. 7:19 a. m. ow'JJ'V
.:- ! 5:S: ,?;-; o"o.
10:22 a. m. 0:07 p. m. '19 n '"' 7:30 p. m.
12:22 p. m. 10:52 p. in. 10:47 n. in. a: 31 p. m.
2:22 p. in. 12:51 n. m. 12:30 p. m. 11:44 p. m.
VJ.KASAST (WOVE
Soiitlilioiind .Northhoiinil
7:00 a. in. t :3l p. in. 1:35 n.m-t 2:19 ' '"
8:15 a. in. r- !' m-' 7:07 a. m. r4:tJn0 !' "'
n.iR.. m 0:31 p. in. ... n m 5:10r.m.
9:18 u. m. -:31 8.24 a. in, C:i9 p m
10:31 a.m. 9:10 p. m. 9.11a.m. 7:19 p.m.
12:31 p. m. 11:01 p. in. 10:38 a. m. 9:22 p. m.
2:31 p. m. 1:00 a. m. 12.19 p. m 11:35 p. m.
OKK.M LXPltllSS A niilcngo book mIH kiuu you monoy.
On All Trains. Inusitgnte ASK THE AfiENT.
f Operate lictiwon I.ehl and l'ajsdii OjiIj.
l.lmlled trains stop only at I.ehl, Anierlcnn Pork, Pleasant Crou1, Provo,
Sprlngilile and Spanish Fork.
Tho Intcr-Urhan can glvo better sorvlco on your freight shipment whether
It bo a hundred pounds or a cnrlond.
Through rates and routes to interstate points In .connection with the
I'nlon System and allied lines.
iTHIS IS TH STORE THAT SHOWS I
New York Styles
NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVING EVERY DAY BY EXPRESS
J5" New TN New M
Lr. Coats L-W - Kimonas Jtj fb
m New , -; ;. J New . 4$k$
fp sits f y siik skirts m o j
Wm wiR Waists (jfli iiess ooas ,f;iv E
n MmimsmlMtm c, . , High 1 op Shoes (Tmrrrlf II
iPPHPPi Skirts See The .,, , , MH II
I L-t ' iU AI1 Shades b , ii A II
I B fl ' ew 'New Stripe . New IpTip l
j Middies silks it)e. Yd. Silk Hose ::(Lc jj
VISIT THIS STORE. - " - - : '. YOU SAVE MONEY N
I Mcn,8;?wru,h -i GOLDEN Rr'LE STORE i Boy,s; ;cralls
I ojl. : , 49c. S8c k i
Hon lii (.he (ioo.1 u.Hf
The best way to g, e m ,H
Is to set a good example. TVl-Hf
ers seo how nukkly yOU get ottrHH
cold hy taking Cliamltrhin'i cB
Itemedy they aie likely to folio, B
example, TI1I3 remedy hat bB
uso for many yearn and ttdonijB
ccllcnt reputation H
Kor sale by H n. MrnTi A
Utah; Win Thornton. 2 stores, jB
can Fork; Hedqulst Drug Co,H
nnt Grove and all doalcra. "'
NOTICE OF Fill
To tho stockholders of the h
Mining nnd Milling Co: H
i'ou, and each of you !itrt!
named 'stockholders In the OH
Consolidated Mining nnd Milll:(H
pnny, a corporation under ttehiH
the stnto of I tali, tho chincB
which said company lias kH
forcfcltcd by oprrrtlonotlavlctH
payment of Stn'e License T11.H
heirs nnd assigns are hereby uH
that I have rxpended tLcsaarfHJ
thousand four hundred dollarttaHJ
or nnd Improvements upon UkHJ
born, Osborn number 2, OibomHJ
ber 3, Osborn number 4, OaboriHJ
her 5, Osborn number 6, Lode iHJ
claims, situated, lying and tuH
American Fork MlnlnR DIstrlcUHj
ty of Utah, State of Utah, as wHJ
pear from Proof of Uibor on flHJ
tho offlco of tho Recorder otiaMH
County In order to hold the itUiHj
Iscs under the provisions ot kHJ
2324 ltovlsed Statutes of the Xm
Stntcs being tho amount
hold tho samo from July )1, 1H
December 31 1915. H
That tho nmoiint due from c-H
you Is ns follows H
Nanio No. Shrcs H
W. 11. Loveless .500 I
Pearl II. Loveless . 600 H
J. W. Storrs. . 3000
.. ! ...r... ISM
aiargarei .mci ory m
Klmer Loveless BOO
A. J. Obtti n , 2500
Alfricd Hlrchfettcr. "00
J. II. Wootton. ... 500
W. J. Sullivan .. !00
Chnn. It. Lively . 1000
John flurrl 2300 I
II. T. Adanison . 1250
Mary Craig. 2000 I
J. J. Ouyett. . M I
Lester Campbell 21!
Uarbra Johnson BOO I
II. C. Johnson 500 I
Josoph Uurgrsi . 2750 I
J. J. Julian. . 0W I
R. R. Lee... 50() I
.Mrs. C. M. llct I; BOO I
John M. Nords.iMi.ii . JWO I
C. J. Sunbcrg 10W I
Joseph Kolley -.100W I
Potcr Adnmson .-WOO I
Thos. Kolley . 2000 I
Wm. Kolley. 2000 I
Hurt CrnoUsiMii 2000
Anna aroon. c005
J. A. Woods . . 100
Clins. llnum. 25
Itlchnrd Steol. BOO
Andrew Crystal 15W -
Ituho Chlpmnn 500
W. II. Oroonwi.! JOO
Josoph Walton 2 ,
C. M. Ilendilek-.nn WW j
H. Y. Orccnwo.id 5
Vorn Walker. mn !,
John A. Miller 2000 ,
A. H. Adams. J
John Lovo... I0
Warren, Holey. joo
A. F. Wnnlnss.. W'" .
K. M. Christens J' j-
S. Osburn.... 615,tj!l
And If same is not p
rty days after ,...Mli-atlo . tf
tlco nnd you fa.! 10 ntri
proportion of ''' JJU
owiioru, your re K'"e r
snltl claims will l',om0 "Vrf
of to mjbscrlb. . under
2321. r
Dated nt Aineii- P0
this lCth day of Jno. 9lo?tfP
FlrBt pub. Juno ' irst Pu

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