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SATIRDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 10H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. . . w: sr Jgj?AY' SElTfiMte n ,.
I The Two County ' I Tickets-Take I Your Choice M DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TH'KHT BB The Dcmni'iatlc County Convention BB hold at Spanish Fork, named tho fol- BB lowing ticket: BB Representatives to Legislature H 0. II. llerg, I'rovn BB L'duiml Soul Im led, l.clil. BB Alnui Greenwood, Aiiicrlcan Fork. BB Lorenzo Arg)le, Lake Slioro BH Cniinty Commissioner, I year term H II) nun I'. 'Miliums, Proro BH County Commissioner, 2 year term BB Joseph Reese, I'ayson. BB County Clerk BJ Lnn retire I!. Lpper.son, Proto. BH County Sheriff BH Henry 1,'nsl, I.ehl. BH County Hceoidcr Lei I Phillips, RprlngTlllo. HB County Treasurer BH Wm. Opriisliuvf, .Sniilaqiitn. BH County Assessor BH I'oirer V. Crecr, Spnnlsli Fork DBf County Attorney BH Wnrtln H. Larson, Pleasant Gnue. BR County Survoyor BH Hen 1). Arpjlc, Spanish Fork. I JEM LINE ISSUES I WARNING MOTORISTS . Tlio Sail Luke & Utah rail H v;iy lui.s issued n circular slnt H iiitf tliat at all principal grade D crossings on tho lino an auto HE mat it flagging device lias boon w installed which rings a hell and mb I'fashos a light at night, rings y the hell and moves an arm by jiB day Tor several minutes prior L$J iqj.lto approach of a train at ygf ' "tho crossing. The cars are m ' equipped Avilh continuous ring H ing compressed air hells and with whistles sufficiently loud B) to be heard for eonie distance, HI but in spito of theso warn' H devices automobilisls arc con- H linuallv "taking a chnnco." PS Ju an effort to emphasizo tho HI danger of "talcing a chance" H (lie companv has published a little eirculnr on(Lcl. "This Mav Save Your Lire." H The circular further snvs: H Mverv year more automobiles Wm are beiufr purchased, nnd mj crv dav inexperienced drivers K nre attemnting to drive thee MJ cars. Most of these people ; take chances 'simnlv because j tlioy have not given thought K to the risk." ': (;i;m:ai.o(mcai, hay. 9 Sunday, Sept SI, 101(1. IinH been net BB apart as Genealogical IMv All Home BH Missionaries In the Alplno Slnko are ' RL'ITHLK'AN COUNTY TICKLT The Republicans held n county Con. ventlon at Salem Thursday when the following ticket was named: Members of tho Legislature U. A. Knluht, Lehl. A. II. Cooper, Pleasant Grow .liiliu Roundy, 1'nno. Itulpli II. Andrews, .Spnnlsh Fork. Commissioner, 4 year term J. S. Page, Jr., Fnyson. CommlHsloncr, S year term .1. F. llrlnghurHt, Nprlntrillle. County Treasurer I.. Im Nelson, 1'riiTo. County Assessor .1. K. Chndnlck, Amerlrnn Fork. County Clerk James II. Hinlth, Alpine. County Recorder l.ee II. Davis Spanish Fork. Sheriff Marlon Cllnpcr, YInoynnl. County Attornoy George II. I'arkor, 1'rnTo. County Surveyor John II. SlevTnrl, Vroro. leiiueHted to dovoto tho tlmo on Hint date to tho subject of GonoaloRlcnl work. 3. h. CHII'MAN, JAMK9 H. CLAnKB, AI1ICI. J. KVANS, Stako l'rcsldcncy. o IIOMF, .MISSIOXAKIKS Homo Missionary nppolntmonta In tho Alplno Stako for Sunday, Sept. St. 191C. Milton 1'. Fletcher,.. ., Clyde V Crookston.. Ccdnr tort Robert li. Asliliy . , . KH A. Clayson l-ohl, 1st Warren H. Smith.... fieo. II. Webb .ei,, Snd Joseph Larson Holfia RweiiBon I.ebl. 3rd Alva Chlpmnn I.owlii Olplu I.ehl. 1th Jnmes I). Thorno.... Junius A. West Hlgltlnnd C. K. Thomas Aip0 OIo Anderson A,- ?! E,aV? An- Forlc-lBt T. V. Klrkbnin I.ouls 1 I.und A,. Kork, 2nd ttonjnmln Walker.... John Dovcy, Sr Am. Fork. 3rd William I'etcrson.... Junius C. Ue.nkR Am. Fork, -It b Sylvan Claik Walter W. Dlekersou Manila Geo. G. Glover Samuel A. Smith .... lM orove, 1st Geo. C. UivorldROA.. Kzra V. Walker ... oul Albert Anderson ' '"r"-"11 David O, Allen , ,, Jnmes Murrott IM. Grove, 3rd Samuel O Strong , , .1 Darnell Vanm. .. I'1,ldo" lst John 1'. Aydelotto. .. J i.miu ?nd J. A. I Jenson. . . i STKFIIKN 1- CHII'MAN, JAMKS II Cl.AIlKK. AltUl. JOHN KVANS, Stako Presidency IColembia Theatre I PROVO 1 FRIDAY and SATURDAY Setember 15-16 I B Matinee Saturday, 51:2 8 Hf DAILY 8:15 P.M. j B I Elliott and Sherman present Chine's Cinema-Opera jj I "ramqna" ;;a H I GRAND OPERATIC SCORE INTERPRETED BY H I SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA OF 25. H I INDIANS AND SPANISH MELODIES BY THE H CHORUS OF MISSION SINGERS. H i Founded on Helen Hunt Jackson's Famous Novel of the I Wm California Mission Indians, 1 Pi PRICES Matinees 25c and 50c Nights 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 I DARING AEROPLANE 'j FLYER FORJTATE FAIR ! Utah State Fair Directors Se cure Most Sensational Spec tacle ever Witnessed in the West-Gertson Will Loc the Loop Four Times Each' j Night in His Aeroplane. I BEAUTIFUL EXHIBITS BEING INSTALLED. My far the most important nnnou'' ' out the officials of the T .. utoMtir Board have cvci w..kI. regarding the amusement program for fie annual State bail to be held in Salt Lake this year eight lull days from September 150th to October 7lh, is the an nouncement made last week that the thousands of State Wair visitors this year will for the first time have an oppor tunity to see a world famous aviator ascend in his aero plane high into the blackness of night at the fair grounds and loop the loop in his aero plane four consecutive tinw" before Im '""'ehes the earth. It is doubtful if in all the world of aviation thcro has been voloped : uore sensational and darinu v iator than Lewis Godson. President J. G. Mc Donald and the officials of'the State Fair Association have wo liked hard for weeks close negotiations that will in sure Godson's daily and night ly flights over the State Fair grounds in his biplane. It is said by those who have wit nessed Godson's exhibition that the spectacle of this man ascending a mile high into the blackness of the night and then releasing a flood of fireworks attached to different portion.-', of his norophno, while h conies circling down through space, his machine turning ov or and over in gigantic loop.", the loop, can never be forgot ten bfv those who witness it. It is a spectacle of this na ture that visitor- to the Utah State Fair each afternoon and night of the, fair from Septem ber 150 to October 7th. In ad dition to the daily flights and looping the loop stunts by G or ison, State Fair visitors will seetwonty of the most famous racing automobiles in the wor ld in action on the milo dir track, in one of the great" automobile meets ever arran. ed in tho west. Drivers who ai. famous in this country and Va rope have entered for the meel and many of the greatest r ing ears of the country will be seen. A full wok of the finest horse racing Utah has known inv ears is assured for this year's State Fair. Over 190 of the finest racing horses in the Intermountain West hav alreadv been entered ai' meets will be held daily. This is the first year the Utah State Fair has been able to secure meets in many seasons. Another amusement attrac tion provided by the State Fair officials is an immense "water show" which consists llf tl tl'illlllfl ftl' ''li ,,! III..K.. l.i.i,. .y .. ..w.,,.. ... ... ,., mtiir m-Hll- t i I'll I diving idrls who will a i car each afternoon and i-iiing in a sensational swim mimr and diving contest in a "iir.intic tank to be erected on the Midway of the fair irrnunds. Scores of free outdoor Mintiseinent attractions have I ii provided, and taking it tl' in all Mii ycj,r nmuse-m.-nt program for the Utah tnte Fair is the lnr('st nix' finest ever arranged. A very fine exhibit nl this ear's ftiir will be that of the Mineral building. Prominent mine owners from i-(.ry camp in llie state are Inking an ac tive interest in coitiiiliutin u the mineral exhibit. The Horticultural building nt ibis year's State Fidr w l a beautiful spectacle. Twel ve counties have entered elnb oiate exhibits. The Agricultur al department has Imvu nmth a lug division nl the Fair mi ' vvith the Manufacturers' build ing ulivda.v filled iu overflow nitf. the Merchants' lun(r,IW lull and every department o' the live stock division with more entries than over be' preparations are well under VV1Vi-!'l",u 'H'11'1''1 "hibition ol I tali's mduNlr'.e., nn,l ro. snurces in Salt l.nke Sontom '''T Jto October 7th iST he.luced rate liv ,,,,, granted nu all iiiiliomls ,uu lecnlil alt-iel Hi.-,- U . Nnpetif iliis i-ar Efficient Public Service jE Being willing knowing how having facilities B J Thore, as wc see it, are the throe, cardinal principles of efficient public I , service. H.;, I Willingness to fiirnisli yoiieeonoinical nnd dependable H I electric service. BJ; Tht' knowledge of how best to maintain this service so I that it is at your command instantly, day or night. . , I And tho possession of sufficient facilities to insuro not only H I a continuation of good electric service to our present cus- M-, I tomers, but to meet the demands of the constantly in- ', creasing market for electric service. Xever in the same period of time lias any other industry developed so rap- -' idly as the generating, distribution and application of electricity, during B recent years. Hg Here in the west, with its spai-sely settletl districts, the work of making K electric service universally available and of bringing the service to a high state of efficiency has proven a tremendous task, involving the expenditure ' of large sums of money. "J"1 '.I'ake our own case, for example to supply an uninterrupted, dependable I and adequate electric service to the thousands ol homes, factories, stores B.1 and farms widely scattered over a territory of 300 miles in length has ncccs- My sitated the expenditure of several millions of dollars iu the construction and maintenance of dams, reservoirs, power houses, long transmission m3 lines, sub-stations and distribution systems. Subsequently, of course conies the constant necessity of additional large I . sums of money for extensions of the distributing systems to sections where K,, economical electric service has never been available, no matter how badly needed. livery safeguard known to electrical science is employed by us to maintain E an uninterrupted service throughout the territory we serve. : It is not enough that we generate sufficient electricity to meet the average ln demand of all our customers. AVe must so conduct our business that we lr shall be prepared at any time to meet the entire demands of our customers . throughout the territory. H" Vet, electricity cannot be manufactured and stored away in anticipation I1 of a maximum demand of this nature. Is And in the lace of the heavy investments necessary to build, unify, main- Br. tain and extend such a system as that which now serves you in the domestic I I and business world rates for electric service have been steadily reduced. B We are operating in a country of mines, mills, lactones, farms and homes, B and this diversity of market is proving an important factor in enabling us I to proceed steadily with the supply of electric service to now districts, as B well as maintaining and improving the service to present customers. B We are vitally interested in every good move in this community; OUR in B I terests and our future are irrevocably interlocked with YOUIS; you may I a count on our active, vigorous support for every worthy undertaking. AVe K want you to meet with unfailing courtesy, consideration and atttention I fi whenever you come in contact with this company through any of our re- ' I presentatives. I Utah Power & Light Company I I Efficient Public Service H B :: iBt Hon to Chu Cooil Aihlcc. Tho best way to give good mlvlco Id to net n good cxnmplo. Wlion otli ors aco how (illicitly you got over your cold by tnlilug Chamberlain's Cough Remedy they aro likely to follow your example. This remedy hns been In uso for many years and enjoys an ex. cellcnt leputatlnn. For palo by II. II. Morrlhew. I.ehl, IMah: Wm Thornton. 2 Mores, Ameri can Fork; Hodmilst Drug Co.. Pirns ant Grove and all dealers. I Classified I Ads I wrxa-.-iMFi iiUiiTfnwiwajiHariTTTmap rouMi KOINO-Aii old gray liorxe. uolulit about 1000 lbs. Urnm! reni-mbllng an SI. Scars over hips and left front hoof. Inqulro of A. A. John, son, Cedar Valley. lG-L't.p foii ham:. " FOR SAl.i: A fluo team, Jersey cows, helfora and flno bcrkshlre pigs all sizes. Inquire S. I). Chlpmnn, Am. oilcan Fork. o.tf IIOUSB FOR UKNTH. H. Stoufa. thrco blocks south of Chlpmnn's Hank. Inquire of Mrs. Annlo Green. 10.;U.pd. FOR SAUK 1914 Ford touring car. good condition f 175 cash. Inquire Clrnjjt Hotel. 1(5-21. i FOR RKNT A n.rooin brick hoiisn, ono block north of Coltor's store. For particulars call at J. .1. Child's old residence, I.ehl. 1C.21 FOR SAI.K CHEAP a good Coctave Chicago cottage organ ln good con dition. Josoph Hilton, Pleasant Grove 29-tf FOR SALE A stock of Turkey Red straw. See F. A. Reeves, I.ehl. 2-3t A GOOD BARGAIN For anyono who can use It. A good harness, n buggy and n horse, all In good woiklng con. illtlon. for ftfi.OO Apply at once- to .lames II. Clarke, Amorlcan Fork. 1ii.il 1.1'MBER -Shingles Fence l'osls at wholosalo. Send us your lumber bill for our prices delivered your station. Pacific Mill & Timber Co., Dopt. "D" I.i wis Bldg. Portland, Ore. .Oct. 28.p "lir.UJIAN HARKS" You can mako a good llng ln your back yard raising Bolglnn Hares. Full pattlculirs and prlco lUt of nil breeds 10 cents. W. G. Thorson, Aurora. Colorado. ,T-C-tf. BUSINESSDIRECTORY Grants Music Store l'or Sheet Music and Books Choir Hooks, etc. Rooks for Libraries, Church Works, etc. Wall paper ln stoch, Pictures, Frames Mirrors, etc., etc. CALL and SEE A. L. YATES Notary Public. All kinds of legal documents drawn up and wltnessei' LEHI UTAH J. TRAOEY WOOTTON Attorney at Law. IN AMERICAN FORK SATURDAY 01 I'lCi: CHII'MAN HANK BM)(. Amcrlciui Fork, Utah. SAIjT I.AKK OFFICC mo KBAItXS 1IUIO. COMER'S AUTO TRANSFlB JIi:r.TS ALIi THAIXS I OI'IIX FOR CONTRACTS FOII OnB smi: Titii'.s. B JOHN COMIHt - - - uiB Edward B. Jones 1 Mining and fhll i;nj?Inccr B U. S. Deputy Mineral SurTMorB I.nnd and mineral surveying 'orM suits n specialty. All work guaraJ Phone 2l!).2r IcWilBBj THE LOGIE HOUSE I A Fa m 1 1) Hotel I Rates Rr.iEonnblc B Merchant Sim I Vnifrlrsn UM I'lionw f"V Roof Painting aiul IteHnnf u Spcrlnll). 15. E. Blnlcliley .Manufacturer of llliilchloy Sunproof Roofin? IJ Throo Star Stack and Boiler l ALL WORK firARANTEEP Marlon Hotel, OgJcn. For Information Imiulre tho Bank of American Fori. W. S. Lamoreaux Piano Denier niid Tllu".f rt ui So. Mh i:Ht-s.iii uk'"1'' Do you know that your arc get D moro nowfl than in tin)' othcr . paper In tho stato, and netting papers for tVs prlco of oneT jB