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WIND SUNDAY DOES I CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE I Wasn't It n terror Hint young cy I clone o 1,a'1 Sunday? At any rnto I Amcricii Fork seems to lmvo had IU I share of the damage dono. It lo glv I e out from tho weather bureau thnt I tjie wind was a CO mllo gulo, and wc believe It. M'U of tho oldcr P"llo I c! tho cit' fi!lV0 ll ft8 ll,oIr P,n'3n (tat this was thu won wind storm I tier had crcr seen in this part or thu i I country Trues wore uprooted, chlm rrys blown ofT, telephone poles blown I over and tho electric light and telo. I phono service wns on the "bum" moat I of the day. i rerhnpn the most Rcrloim of the irc(ciit was when tlio wind blow tho I j,ouo belonging to Mark Meakln over, I vhllc himself, wife and baby wcro In I,, -fl,,, houso wis a lean-to Iiuuho and a I faclnR north. It la said tho wind t I He tho house completely over twice. I I The iff aml ,mby cl,cancd vcry ml ? Hrtcously frol death. Tho wifo ro. I B(clTlng R broken collar bone, whllo I I the taby oscaped uninjured. Among I the other damages reported wan I I f&lllng chimney on tho homo of rhcobe X c"ams, which plunged through the I I root of her summer kitchen. I Tho old transformer hoiiBC, Jdst 4 I orth of tho old cemetery, was com. :S pietely demollohed. Tlio roof bring B rarried for about a hundred fcoL T I The sugar boot dump down on tho T I ute road was blown over and pa.'ta J tctttered all about. X I Tho roofs woro Uikon off tho barns 1 lot Joo Shelley, Reed Iloblnson and 2 I the Olcason's, who live" on tho oaat X lIde of town, and many other places J I vcre damaged more or less. Window panes wore blown In; fences, eut A houses, etc., wero blown over, and llbf clly water -well, If you tried to (dunk any of It you know how It look- tltd Tlie tops wcro blown off two silos Ulonging to Harry Chlpnian. I Most of tho damago ami tho savero vind seemed to be confined to t'jo 4 lnt side of the town. jlIL WILL BID TWOJLEVATORS 'wu I The dlrtctor.1 of tho People's Mill , im. :ni Elevator Co. met In the City Hal' jvj BFilday afternoon, March 12. All mem. from llrrs, but onu wero presont. It waj t ot Irtported that a now olllco liiul been think- mm at thc mlj ftt lh0 c'oal ot $1,500. Bids for tlio coustritclon of two 10,. "7r m lunc' capacity olovatora, to bu 0 Hicllt of reinforced concrete on thu r" Brcnh side of tho mill were presented. It. In BM .... '' Kpe following company h placed liura: raD? rhlPman XIcri' Co- of American ' C fcrk; J J llurke Co.. of Salt Ixiko, sow; M, j cilHaCo. of Salt Lake, and the lov; nojrd S Whitney construction Co. one i Salt laU Tho latter proving to' corn ,, (he lowest Tim contract for thu, i 8'n- Binlldln; of tlio two mammoth tr.nks j cheap. !; et to tho Lloyd S. Whitney Co. 'right, mfJ he sum of J5.4SL',00. Work la to Fork nwtnenco Immediately upon tlio con- :0,lt-P Bimctlon of tin. same j I American Fork Is Wealthy ;; rrovo. March 17 William M. Ilnr. ' U, federal twoino tax collector, ro- ! I Bortt that he has collected morn than ; BlOO.000 In fi'dural income taxes In m tovo. liy uny of rompnrlhon, Am. , rican fork appears to bu tho weal ileit town of Its slzo In the county. I :l Prof. Ghas. Hopkins : j I Violin and Piano ' p ; 1 Teacher. ;; I Alio rti(rlcnrid Plnno Tuner ' H ; ; I (Now is a K,m,i timn ,0 I ; I havo your piano tuned.) 1 1 H ;; I Studio ; I " Hank nf American I'o'k til? '""'" f"r,,"'fly occupied liy t Ur' A. ('lirM,.,M.. " I i i :: I Ja American Fork Tubs- 2 I fys ,and Thursdays, I &nf-30 t0 G:; and ; I i3urdas. 0:30 to 6:30. :: I ' "in lu- icrj pioas. -tW l nirn 3IIM u m " 1'M.nl.m. ly - y until lo i ,IKHi0isg I ?&,, odav nIit(',,,'"n comfort Q 7 n ll din J) p'('ns:,t icllef from I Vi I nrl rt ,,f ciil.dyBpcila. I W3 tZZlCPbCOr'''Sl'MUUsiON I '-' IftiarTfiMi . i- II FIRST WARD REUNION " NOT THURSDAY The First waid will hol.l their ro union met Thursday. March 26th. in tl.o Alpino atako Tabeinaclo. Tho f filing entortnlumont will coiibIsi of supper, program, and danclr.tj. The affair Is under tb0 direct charto of tho Hollof Soclot. Supper will be fined promptly at 7 o'clock n. m and every family the ward "n to I ring their own mippm- and ro-ipi and tlu Society wilt furnish cocoa to all I rcHont. Thu tables will bo. A3t and n readiness tor the people of tho wi.rd which will commeiue pruiup.ly ni 7 p. m. After supper, which w.U bu prosld. od over by (oaBtmasturH, tlio foPow. ing program will bo glvon: Address of wclcomo by Bishop Jan. T Gardner and a roBponse by ono o" (ho now memberc of tho ward. A Japanese drill by tho i):e Hive Kirls. A Folk dance by tho Primary chil dren. Heading from tho Sunday School. Violin Soto Milton Brown. (Jnartetto by tho Hoy Scouts. Alter the program a gencrai hand chr.kc and gut acquainted danco will bu participated In. Tlioso In chares .-(): 'hat Uicro oro a great man n -w corcers In tholr ward and that '.jiey want evcryono to como out and cct acquainted wltli everyone else. Lumber Yard May Move To Main Street Tlio Bonnovlllo Lumber Company aro anticipating moving their yards, etc., down on to Main street, If pre. hent plans go through. Tho site for tho new location has not yet been selected, but It Is expected that n new and up-to.dato building will bo erected. School Teachers Accept Wage Scale A meeting of the lent hers of ;ho Alpino district was hold In thu Amer ican Fork High school lust Satur. day. Tho problems of tho schools and the wago Rcalo for tho coming year was discussed. After listening to plans concerning tho coming edu. catlounl campaign, tho teachers ac cepted Hie wago Bchedulo as propos ed by tho School Hoard. Thu Picas, utit Orovo II. S. hand was present and furnished several excellent number. "Green Stockings" Again Presented The play "tlrorn Slot-kings" was ngaln successfully repeated In thc First ward chapel Thursday night. Tho story was exceptionally well portrayed; all parts being vlvldily taken by tho actors. II Is ospected that tho play will bo repeated hum! 1 1 in Alpine and l.lndon in tho near future. Rural Carrier Examination Thf fulled States Civil Service ( .immlssicin hn.t aunounoeil an oxnm. Iiu.tlon for Utah County to bo hold at Provo on April 10. PJL'O. to fill the P'Mltlnn of rur,.l eairlor at Auieilenn Frrk, and 'vacancies Hint may later o. cur on rural mutes fiom other post (.mces In this county. Tho oxanilnn t f n will bo open only to citizens who in actually domiciled In tho territory i f a post olllco In tho county and who moot the other requirements hot forth in Form No. 1077. This form and 'application blanks may ho obtained ' from tho offices mentioned above or i from the Pulled States Civil Service Commission at Washington. 1). C A p. plications should bo forwarded to tho Has Had Sliiiimrh Trouble for Sewn Years Theodore S'liford of Keiuiioie, Mich. luiH had stomal h tronblo for M'eii( years and could nut eat vegetables or fruit without pain lit the stomach: and restless nights. H' llk'" Wnm. borlaln's Tablets he Is now able to oat wgetablp r frillt "I"'""1 c,,", i Ing pain or sleeplessness. If troubled; Willi IndlgeMliiu or cuiislipatloii InO Ihoso tablets n trial Tho ..ro coi-, tain l prio Iii-io'Im i.i Sail Lake & Utah ; Railroad Conipaay tOr'iii l.lnt'i FIRST PREFERRED STOCK Hhldends piijahle qimrlerl) jh'ld. heller lliiin "" "'"J "" l"'M'"' price. Au opiHirluull) f'"- "'' " H'Miuenl In n ! ciiiniiiii). Ilchcrlpthe circular en iippllnillon nddiTsm J(li: 11. UWX Astl. Sccnlarr. sam i.Ki:rrii iiiii.immih'o tt.tr soli Luke my. i'",h- 11 AiEHlCN FORK CITIZEN', SATURDAY, MABCII 20, 1920. JS?M"-Wr:t. Ae is not everything, but it does mean some- thing to have the confi- dence of the community after more than 29 years if of business life, and of this we are proud. Bthe ankoFm. Fork "THE OLD RELIABLE" Commission at Washington at tho curl, lift practicable date. Expects American Fork To Have Another Champion Ball Team Hnso ball activity Is again notice able. Set era! boys and old stars from tho last year's team are to bo seen going through short workouts and practices each warm day. Mr. Iiwrence Hrlggs, who mnnag od tho team last year, states that while nothing yet has been dono of. flclally toward the organizing of a ball team for tho summer, ho expects that American Fork will hato another champion team. Playing Cards Cost $5.00 Purlin; tho week Marshal Robinson took up set en boys, who ttero found .playing cards for money out on tho 'stops of tho old cast school house. They wore taken before JiiHtlcc Mc. Ilrltlo ami flto of them wero find $3 each, whllo the other two, ttho were not playing woro turned loose. Mining vs. Farming Two Ameilcan Folk miners wero dir.cuhsiug the sale of com at 4 cents ot pound on the ranch. 'That's $S0 a ton, Pete," Yes, and that's the same as $100 on Hi: railroad." "No smelting chargts to bo paid, .cither." j "A couple of forty-ton cars of that high grado ought to put n man In clu. vc I." "Yep about $C,400." "These farmers don't have to work In bad alivVThat's worth something." "Your'rtfTlflfeht, Hilly. Nor do they have to be afraid of falling rock; tuat's worth something, too. "And uhen the stopo Is worked out they wait for p year and po back and work It again." "Pietly soft, this farming game; why don't you liy It?" "Who. mo?" Nothing doing. If I didn't got sunstruck I'd step on a snake. NoK!, milling's good eno'iRh fcr me." PASTURES FOR LEASE Hlds from residents of American Fork '.till bo received by tho City Uc. c order up until Saturday, March 27, PJ20, at 7:30 p. m. for leasing foi thu year 1920 of what Is known as Hio City pasturo, consisting of tho Cannon property and a portion of tho Kelly Farm. About "t acres, with appurtenant water right. The City Council lescrvos tho right o reject any and nil bids made. i,y order of City Council. (Scrtll C.KO. F. SHF.U.KY, IS.at. City Recorder. Cleaning White Paint. Spirits of iiiiiiimnlu ued In suf ficient quantities to Miflen Hio water and iiidlimry hard whip ttlll make a white ..ilnlcd Mirfiiiv tool, whllo and clonn "HI' half the effort f any other nicHiii'l fare Mi'Milil ho tiikon not to bate I"" much iimiuniila. i-..4H''HH1H'H-4''H'd-H'K-'X"':'r-H' 1 1 FOR ANY KIND OF I Furnaces or y J Plumbing Work j I Phone 21-J, LEHT. It LET US DEMONSTRATE OUR FURNACES OR Ji 1 1 FIGURE ON YOUR PLUMBING WORK. j; l WE GUARANTEE ALL WORK DONE. !f l 1 M. S. LOTT ! I PLUMBING and HEATING f LEHI UTAH- J PENNEY STORE AT SPANISH HI LOOTED Tho J. C Penney store at Spanish loik was looted Saturday night or etnly Sunday morning, by burglars t.l.o entered through tlio roof. Tho niolen goods, tho manager of the s oro says, will total moro than $3,. tun In value. In mon's furnishings with tho exception of nlno suite of women's clothing and $'J In pennies. Tho thieves showed a preference for good suits of clothes and high-priced I'ndorwear, shoes, hats and gloves. A skylight wnn broken and thc burglars lot Uieniselves down Into tho main merchandise room. They op. tned tho door from the Inside and leaded an automobile In tho back yard, ns evidenced by tracks. The floor was lltteicd with clgarct stumps r.nd It looked as though tho burglars l.nd lcslurcly gone about their work rrnsacklng the store. The officers lrivo no clows, so far, ll Is stated. Tho Junior prom was given In the pavilion1 near Hie store and young reople who pascd on their way homo alter 1 o'clock say there was no evi dence of the burglary having been committed nt Uiat time. Kd. Flrmage, formorly of this city, Is manager of tho store nnd J. I. Fir. p.rgo of tho 3. C. Penney store lime, Ik part owner of the store at Spanish Tcrk. Nlcholes' Store Robbed at Soldier Summit The Nlcholc's store at Soldier Sum ii.lt, which is owned by ono of Am. orlcnn Fork's local boys, was looted Saturday night and a largo amount of merchandise stolen. Wednesday ar rests were mado of thc guilty parties n 1VE PRINT nUTTER WRAPPERS. Work for Rainmakers. IiMiliiili nl rain iii'cnuiit for the oc onliintil failure of crops In nearly a third of the country. Takes No Chance on Bad Luck. Many peoples ticllcto that 111 luck will bo the portion of n child who cuts Its upper tielh llrht. nnd tUro are ono or two African tribes who hi llruily be lieve this Hun In order to iptiro the child a life of niKory. they promptly kill nny child ttlniM' upper teeth ap pear first. Another tribe sees bad fortune fur every one In twins, and avoids It by slaying them "II. 1 ' v The Half Tnat Titian Loved. Risl linked people aro g.neriill Ml-piiM-il to bo lint tt'iiiporcil. Tliej art) Inclluisl to bo IniMy. but lire noter tin it rllto. Thl iiuliklics of lemper Is iluo In iuipuMti'Ucss and n Into of hpoaMug out what ilu'.v have In mind. Tln'.t aro usually of n sunn dNp'o-l-tlmi nnd ore holiest ami iruibfiil. bit ruiluT vain nnd oajror fur iiiliiilraihui. Mil) Colds nre Haiiu'ernio j You are often told to "bewoie of a cold." but why? Wo will toll you; i:iiy cold weakens the lungs, lowers Hie titnltiy uinl paves tho way for the ! moro soi Ions diseases. People who com rnct pneumonia, first tnko cold The louuer a cold hangs on, the great er the danger, especially from tho norm diseases, as a cold prepares tho system for tho reception and develop, ment of the germs of consumption, diphtheria, scarlet fever nnd whooping cough. The quicker you get rid of your cold, tho less tho danger of con. trading ono of tlioso dls&nsoB. Cham berlain's Cough Remedy hits a great reputation as n. euro for cold a and can be depended upon, It Is plcnsant to tuke 11 'I FIRST WOMAN HEAD 1 IN INTERNAL REVENUES MM Mrs. Estcllo V. Collier of Salt n It I.ako City. th first woman to b i IS ' appointed colloctor of customs In If H tho Internal Rovonuo Department, uI'jhLB I is also tho mother of four All- ;j, MM drcn. She won tho appointment BLH ovor nvo malo candidates. She Is !t;, III also chairman of the Utah Detn- ill; lH ocratlc Women's Stato Committee. Hit Bin Her husband is a mlnlns en- III' fill Klner. , HI ? : ; m III 11 Effect of Sugars and Fats, j j; m The fatuous houl who takes n long (i jh walk to reduce nnd comes home with jj!' a fine appetite, or perhaps eats half I j tjj'; a pound of candy en route, Is puttlnjc ) ja' on weight Instend of taking it off. wi y Translated, this mount thnt sngnrsnnd Up Wa fats nre quick and complete burning H li1 fuel for the liuuinn body. Bfirfl The Italian Sky. HUtt' Thu sky of Italy Is noted for Its fiSiff? clearnohs. Tho blue Is deeper, not be- Sl'lffi cause the dust there Is finer tlinnjn at ii tho iiortboni countries, but because' In SI 11' the countries of the north, duo lo the ri 111 greater coolness of the ulr, the vapor feitlll morn readily condense" upon the dust j li particles. ill tjji OLDEST MAN SHOULDERS RIFLE FOR HIS BABY 1 MiirnHBi' ll J Undo Johnny 1 ?TT' 'iQr JwmWM ' SB I Shell, 132 years I " W 19S XlBJ IkH v fly' p aff J Yi if IP T TH . vi Vi l.L? 'ntm9wtii JBaaaBBBrTrJE ftfKJi t ll rjaa 1 B. S. Kershaw 1 1 I LIVE STOCK-REAL ESTATE f 1 j Phones 80 and 100 i;'j gHI :.: (Hllce-llnnk ot Am. l'ork ltld-r. ji:: , f 1 : :j:j lj I" iicres licet l.iiud. Ki :j: ) acres In Clly limits, flue laud :j:i D il : fur fruit etc. & Em ;':: M ncros of alfalfa laud, ivlll $ K pay 10 per cent IntcrcU on :; HI Inti'stiiicnl. Hn .V m" acres near I.chl Sugar far- ;. Mm 100 Head of Sheep. MM I;! Large nnd Snnill Resldcm-es. 'VJtl H Agent for Great American VR I'v Fire Insurance j is '"" 1 li ' S Tomorrow Alright I ! tt Get a ?sci(CJ I I Hlllium Thoruton Drue;, 11 Six Storcs-Amorlcan Fork, Delta. Ill Hurray, Pleasant drove and Provo. Sil