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I SATUKDAY, MARCH 13, 1920.
IamatOer playing I tf ITS BEST Am8tcr Pfty'"K it ll bet was I display1' l!18t Wc(lncs(laiy evening In the 4th word Chapel, whoro the com. I fdy-drama, "Tho Daughtor of the I ccscrt" m again presented In com. I pllanre with the numerous requests of the townspeople. Tho second per- formancc of tho play wns equally as I iood as the ftrBt and tho houso wun I well billed for tho second time. Leading roles wore successfully natter by J. V. Walton and John. I r,U nankin anil both displayed excel -I unt dramatic talent I Tno part f Clareuco Ogdcn, gen. I finely western, won odmlrobly inter. I jieted by Bert ChrtBtonseii, nlilio ucy Hopkins his BWeothonrt from tho I ait was played by Ijura Tlmpai i, I with excellent expression and charm. I Mus Haicl Spencer very clove.iy I rik the part of Mary Ogdcn, a mal. on; while Clarenco Grant; was tho I inimitable fun maker, mado a big hit it Samuel Hopkins, a man with in I trp"'0- Tnc8 ,wo 'characters fur- Dished tho comedy of the play and I won repeated applause. Dr. Jain Grint played tho part of William Sllrera with thrilling enthusiasm; Ka. t) Forbes ai Whlto Hlrd played with pue and ability. Tho part of J:in Pirker, a shaver of tho pasboarus, t-m well Interpreted by Dcrt Timp toa and won much approval from tho icdlcncc. Sheriff Jones was played by Junes Spencer with test and dignified bearing. An abundance of color and Arizona tmosphcro was ndded to the play by Thomas Hainon, ico Hanson and nol. I: Miller, who were covvboyiv with real "pep Much credit Is duo Mrs. Nellie Han tin for her excellent efforts In direct. lug the play, for sho proved to bo tho 'power behind tho throne." ELMER WALTERS BURIED AT FAIRFIELD The remains of Miner Walters was turlcd by an nufomobllo eortego to hfrfield Monday ror Imrlal. Those to go over from hero besides the lu racdlati relatives woro President S. h. Chlpman. lennnrd Chlpmnn, John II. Da; Is, Mrs Jennie Illglcr. Mrs. Mrrl McOroo, Cluicnce Grant, Steven nd Warren Anderson Funeral services were held from the ithool house with Pre. Stephen li. Chlpmnn In charge. "Sometime Well Understand" was rendered mh tie opening liumlwr by tho quartctto from American Fork, nfter which Pfljer wns offered by tho Illshop of Cedar Fort I.Ike nH a Father" vvub riien the second musical number Bro John II Davis was dlie first reakcr, dwelling upon the llfo In tho pw.eilatanro Then "Conio Unto Mo" m benullfiilh sane, by tho quartette nr hh I'res Chlpmnn gnvo a iplemlld discourse upon thu resurrec tion The closing song wns "llonutl. fol llo" and tho closing prayer was offend liy llro llnlcs or Fulrfleld Tim floral offering were many and benu llful The body was laid to rest In tho little cemcterj nt Fairfield, near thoj rm of others of his near relatives Prof. Ghas. Hopkins Violin and Piano Teacher. AIo experienced l'lnno Tunrr (Now is a Kood Hmo to bavo 0iir piano tuned.) . . Studio "" Hunk of Amcrlran Ko-k room formerly occupied by "' A. rhrlit,.nKt.n. Jn American Fork Tues days and Thursdays, from l 30 to 0:30; and oaturdays, 9:30 to 0:30. ' ""I Im verj pleas. ''l l' tntel jini hi my " I'Mlllliui. Jflp Your Digestion ! ""tion Wt, I JflMOIDS ' rlomI,Bwct,tryKl.moW. ifc CTB OP COTTS EMULSION MARGIN OF TWO American Fork HKh 8cll00 lost a, chances as a tournament con.ester who,, sho lost to Pleasant Grove High "ht Friday by the narrow , f r . Bin of two points. Thl. given rica8. nut Grove a clean slate, having nov er been defeated In the district. n so clinches tho title for them as champions or tho Alpine division t was estimated that nearly 2000 Piotfo witnessed the Imltlo-for It us really a battle from start to fin ish. There; was no Umo durlnK the game that It W!lH ,IOMlMo t0 ,,cler. nilno tho winner, until thu final whin, tie, when th0 scoie stood 17 10 In fn vor nf tho Grovoltot ANNUAL JUNIOR "PROM" Tho annual High school Junior "Prom" which Is considered to bo tho ellto of social affairs for the young people, was given Friday night In the Apollo Hall. The room was very artistically decorated with a green and whlto color scheme, representing St. Patrick's day throughout. Bach of the comers In the hall was decorated by one of tho classes of the school, dainty little booths wcio to bo seen In all nooks and corners, and delicious punch and candy wns served to all those present. Thu Jun. lors arc to be complemented upon the splendid success of this party, whirl, la given as n farewell to the grndunt Jng seniors or tho school. - Roses Are Budding In Dixie. Victor W. Nlcholcs returned from a Mp to St George, last Sunday mor t'ng. While thero ho visited tho Dixie Normal College with his brother, Jos. t'pli K. Nlcholcs, who is now president o' that Institution Spring Is thero In nil her glory, al monds are In bloom, loses are budding end alfaira Is now covering the ground villi n green carpet. On his return homo Victor stopped over several days In Cedar City, vl I'Iiik his brother, i:. II. Nlcholcs and family. , Thu schools at that placo aro up to thu stnmlnrd, tho students of ho I). A. r arc working up nn opera under tho direction of lClmarlon, who lu county supervisor or music. o I'JIKSIIYTKIUA.I CHimCII Morning senlco and Dltilo school nt 10:30 a m. Ist Sunduy a spec In1 feature was the iccltutlon from memory of ono of tho books of the Plblo by tliroo girls. Storo your mem. or while young Preaching service pt 7'30 at night. Our church year closes this month and nnnual meet ing of Presbytery will bo held here lucsulay and Wednesday. April Cth end 7th JOHN Mi:i:Ki:il. Minister. PASTURES FOR LEASE IIIiIh from residents of Amcrirnn Fork will bo received by tho City He. tonlor up until Saturday, March 27, lill'0, at 7 30 p. m for leasing ror thu yenr 1920 of what Is known as tho City pasture, consisting of the I Cannon property and n portion or tho Kelly Farm About 75 acres, with .ippurtcuant wutcr right. j The City Council reserves (ho rigM o reject any and all bids made Ily order of City Council. (Senl) C.VXJ. F. SHKM.r.V, 13.21. City Itncordur o Hits Hud Stomach Trouble for Sewn Years. Theodore S-nfnrd of IVnmore, Mich, has hail stomach trouble ror soun years nml could not oat tcgetables or fruit without pain In tho stomach nml rnstless nights. Ily taking Cham.! burlaln's Tablets hu Is now ablo to eat egptables or fruit without caus. lug pain or sleeplessness If troubled with Indigestion or imistlpntlnii glvo these tablets u trial They are cer tain to proo beneficial Sail Lake & Utah Railroad Company j (Oreni Unfl) 'FIRST PREFERRED STOCK lilt Mends imjiiblo umirlerlr leld ' heller Hum "? annually on pirM-iu j price. An opportunity for suf,. In icsIiiipiiI In u local coiiipauy. Ilphrrlpllio circular on nppllrnllo adilri'SHi JOK It. IIIUnVM, Assl. SiHTClary. SALT l.KK UTAH IIAII.1I0A1I CO i.tt Sail l.ulo Clly, I'lah. i f AMEIUCAN FORK CITIZEN. ; Ml HM i SS . I A Age is not everything ! but it does mean some- thing to have the confi- l dence of the community 1 0 after more than 29 years of business life, and of this we are proud. ' : v " BTHE A ankFm. Fork "THE OLD RELIABLE" American Fork Locals MIsh Khii lxK!idon hjient Inst Sat. unlay In Provo with friends. Mm Sam Wanlass wus in I.ehl Saturday, thu guest of relathes and ! rrlends. I Mrs i: S. Poulson went to Prmo Friday and spent a few das there nursing thu flu. MIhs ihiiina lugorsoll arrhtil home Mils week r,om Salt like, nHer nav 'ig spent homo time there with III. ends. Miss .Van Madsen loft tho forejnrt nt tho wcuk ror Huntslllc, whore hc will spend an Indefinite timo with relative. I I Word lias been received heru by Mends, or tho birth or a nine pojnd baby girl, born Mnrch Cth, to Mr and Mrs J V. Manwcll or Payson, former residents of Am Fork. I One of tho most succossrul dancing jnrtles or tho week was given by thu Heller Society of tho Highland wnrd h, their hall, Friday night. A .arge and merry crowd cnJo)cd themsdws li dancing and gnmes, also refresh incuts weie served. Miss Dczm Adams Is nursing the flu In Alpine this week. Mrs. Hnt-icl Hunter spent TuesUny In Highland, visiting with friends. Miss .Vellle Uuins went to Piovo Saturady and spent the day with frl. ends 1). II Carson of talil was In Am. urlran Pork Saturday visiting will, ri lends and on business. Mioses lycona Kelly and Alice Par. ker went to Salt Uike Saturday and !sKiit two dnys there with Miss Kel ly's sister, and other rcltitlws ICiigi'iie Nlcholcs or Soldier Sum. mlt, spent Sunday in American Fork attending the runurnl or John Sugei's baby Mr and Airs I, Anderson of Salt Uko. wcio In American Fork Sunday, visiting at thu home of Mr nml Mr John Smith. Daniel Clayson returned to his homo In Payson Saturday, nfiei ho. Ing spent a week here will, his bro ther anil family, Mr and Mrs V. J. Clayson Mrs K. H. Hawkins returned to her homo the end or InBt week after lim ing sjicnt scvuinl weeks nt Howell, minim: the flu nt the home or her dnugliter, Mro Syrus Ualtey, who ac coinimnlPd her homo and will spend mi Indefinite time heru. I 4M ! :! I I "Mm I t ':; FOR ANY KIND OF Furnaces or !! Plumbing Work j Phone 21-J, LEHJ. , : LET US DEMONSTRATE OUR FURNACES OR :: ;: FIGURE ON YOUR PLUMBING WORK. t WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK DONE. ;; M. S. LOTT f PLUMBING and HEATING LEHI UTAH X J ii I m -M " ill SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. j ;: All you need for your houso clenn. ing can bo bad nt GnANTS. Albert Chrlstenscn of aiinnlon, tucnt Monday In American Fork vis 'ting with relathes. Miss lcta Miller or Pleasant Qroo was visiting with rrlends In Amcrl. can Fork thu end or Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. John It Davis went to Salt Unke Sunday to see their non, DaWd, who waB opurnlcd on last week. Miss Margaret Ingersoll spent Sat urday and Sunday In Salt Like, visit ing with foimcr Unhcrslty friends. Any person having business with Warren H. Smith, call his residence American Pork, phone 9I.W. i-2t. Mr1. Henry Maag of Vineyard, spe'it Thuruday In Am. Fork visiting with Mrs. Kmma Foster and other relatives. Mrs Wm Miller and Mrs. llyron Crookston were In Provo, last Sat urday, visiting with friends and rela tives. Maurice Paulson spent Saturday and Sunday In Spanish Fork, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Chris ChrlBtofTcr. son. I.oonnnl Madsen returned hume :ha forepart of the woek from Pnlt 1iko, after having spent a week thero with friends. Mrs. Arza Ilhodes or Soldier Sum mit, is visiting this week In Amcrl. can Fork, at the homo or Mr. and Mrs Frank White. You can get a choice afternoon house dress, well good enough for Sunday, nt Chlpman's. $2.75 and up. Dark or Light. Non on Storrs cnnic home Wcdnc-3. diy from Ixgan, whero ho has been In the hospital for tho Tiast six weeks bring operated on for appendicitis. Mr nml Mrs. U O. Wootton nr" re lii'clng over the arilval of a baby boy, bun thu first or tho week. Mother and baby ore getting along nicely I Tho Fourth ward Diamatlc. Club 'nitl with a cordial welcome In I.ludoii March 0, when they presented A U. ughter of the Desert" at that place Courtlniul Se.irlo of PayKon, nrthed In Amcilcan Fork Saturday to spend an Indefinite visit here with his sou nnd family, Mr. nnd Mis. Joseph S. Scarle. IF YOU HAVE A FARM OH 1I0..1K FOR SAI.K. list P. with tho Alpine I'ub Co. Wo haw calls overy cliy 'or one or the other. 27-tf Mr and Mrs. Tycson or Salt l.at.e moved to American Fork this week and will make their home In th- M wnrd. Mr. Tycson Is emp!o)cd u, Ihorton Dnig store, No 2 Walter I. Oalsfnrd of Salt Uko, spent Sunday and Monday In Amcrl. can Fork with his parents, Mr and Mis I.. W fialsfnrd, letumlng to his work In Salt I nkc Monday afternoon "Si" Ilcuuett, formoily or Alpine, hut now living nt (itirluml, I'tah, it j k? i ) t part or last week visiting his children and his father up ut Alpine, returning to his work north Saturday. Miss Kate PauUou entcitained at n social at her home Satuida) ulglit Thu guests wcro delightfully enter tnlncd In ptmes mid music, after which candy was served to the fol lowing. Misses I .eah HutchingM, l.u. olla Cuunlnghnm, Hmiunh Davis, Voiimt Crookston, Iris Miller. Vlrgle and Kate Paulson The n C S ladles pleasantly bui prlsed Mrs. Veda Cnssldy at her nnims Monday night. Tho evening was ?n. Joyed In games and music, after wh'ch ii dainty luncheon was served to tw n ,y guests They presented Mrs ''as xily will, n benutirul mli or Janlln It rr Mr and Mrs. Cnssldy expeit ic leave In tho near ruturo ror oilt like, where the) will make o'r home IMij Colds nn IlnugereiiH Vou aro orten told to "bewar or a rold" but why' Wo will tell ou T.vi'iy cold weakens tho lungs, towers the vitnlll) and fiaves the way lor tho more seilini dlhcnhCR People who rnntnici pumimniile first tnko cold i The lnngiu u cold hangs on. the great-1 er the dang.-r, especially from tbo germ diseases, as a c old prepares tho system for the reception and develop, incut of the germs of consumption diphtheria, sent lot fever nnd whooping cough. Tho quicker ou get rid or .oir rold, the less tho danger or con. trading nun or theso diseases. Clinin berlnln'H Cough Remedy hns a great reputation as a cure ror colda nnd can be depended upon It Is pleasant to take Ij IN PLACE OF AN ' III KA8TEK CARD Ml Your Photograph;. It Si IB1 Roth Seasonable but . . ono n permanent re- 9 i minder of )mi. P; KASTKH, APRIL Wi. ' - ',?i 1 Alwuys hilior in Quality mh than in prioo. fj U-Need-A Photo Art Go; I ; ; 1 1 ' Work Guaranteed, m Anythinff Photofijaphic. 'j 1 Phone 19-w Am. Fork p j Opiioaitc Tahernaelp. ! j An early appoint- W, mont moans timo jm for careful work. - Si M'- ' 1 NORMAL WORK li EMPHASIZED I Tnko heed while Retting education, -Ij To build It on a safe foundation; jff .lo broad and deep that It shall bo A An cverlaiitlng Joy to'thec; ' ffi Uut It you would this boon enjoy W Vou must your moral strength em. gjjf ploy: lis; Mid bo r.Ieit from day to day, K To choose and walk tho better wa; k? Tho lamp or Intellectual light, jM Needs oil and wick and trimming Sw right; jjf Lev old of these, Uio mind nnd heart, Mf Will full to play their proper part, M And lack the light anil sense to Si know, uH The worth of virtue hero below; KH The recent wcr Hint scourged tho H H cud leasou fiom Its province hurlcsl; mM l proof that Intellectual light, H Icrverted Is as dark as night; bH Unless the human mind aspire, ' ,H To nobler alms thnn brute desire; . H We find that erudition's glare, 'M Is but a false alluring snare; - jH And that the heart tho head mu't H guide. SjH Oi wiiii and anguish will betide; mM Tlie more vc Know the greater need fSNk That we tho moial bases should heed; J l For kuowledgo Is n two-slged blade ju I That cuts Its way for good or bad: jfc I ,vt(d hence we know that human weal, fti ?)ust have a moral balance, wheel; a 'i With thla the troubled world todn, a! Would bask beneath a brighter ray; f j And lovov nnd peace and Joy prevail, U; And hushed the Nutlon's mournlul I wnll J- c- I B. S. Kershaw 1 I LIVE STOCK-REAL ESTATE ' 1 I Sj Phones 80 and 100 .(j M I'l Oftlco Hunk of Am. Fork lllds'. : ffM !: " " " i'' lj ' 17 acres licet Lund. i: g jij '. acres In Cil) limits, fine laud j M iij for fruit, etc. : M '': 8!) acres of alfalfa land, will lii fljn i : pay 40 per cent Interest nn '&: mh j: linchliiicnt. - ffff j JT urres near Lehl Sugar far- Wis :;i lry. ?? IS ;';1 100 lleml of Sheep. . :'; Large nnd Siuiill Itctldriu'es. ?': K I Vi 1 m j C Agent for Great American m i Fire Insurance ' IH ybTonSght m to ton and (troncthtn i Hi I th organs of dictation and , 111 summation, Improvo appallla, 111 I slop tick haadaehaa, rallsv bll- Jf m louineia, oorract conalipallon. H H A TI?.X "ct Promptly, plaaaanlly, B 1 M mildly, yof Ihorouehly. I I 1 4 Tomorrow Aright i I William Thornton Druj, ,Q ft Six Stores American Fork, Delta, ilia Murray, Pleasant drove and Proo. iilB