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I SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. AMERICAN FOltK 01T1ZEN. SATURDAY, JUNP W '9
r i IB ' I I 'LOCAL I f. Good horso takes rot caning tlio liny ff -can btt had nt Chlpman's. i ft Thos. Coddlngtou loft Wednesday . for Colton, whero liu will Rpond sov- ' fit crnl d.'iys on business. I." MrB. .James Chlpman, Jr., end Mro. ' i Foster Nleholrs were tho guests of j r Salt I-ako relatives Tuesday. jj) i Tnko your pick les either sweet ijlg .' or sour. Iloloy's sell ihom Ioobo. m I fljC' I Mrs. Thomas Coddlngton was n Jf Bolt l.aku visitor tlio end of this mfi wrok. H , A br.liy boy arrlwd at tho homo of mm Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Cheover Inst week BJ but ctloti n ohort time after birth. mW ' Mi Mrs. Jan. tippcrnon nnd Mrs, Iteu- t; bon Chlpman werwo Salt Iako visit. Kj ors Monday. I For Borvlco nnd courteous treat ment, trndo f.t Robinson's Grocery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sid Nlcholcs, Sr., ore spending this wook at Soldier Rmn inlt, visiting with relatives. Mrs. Thomas Uun-ntt wont to Salt Lako Sunday nnd spent tlio day with friends. Mrs. Ollvo Anderson of Iltchflold, Is spending this week In American Fork, visiting with her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Pratt. 2 pounds of best Laundry Soap for 26c,' next week at ORANT'S. Mrs. Will Ilromms returned to h'cr homo at Delta Tliursday after having pcnt visit hero with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Dan Poto. A. C. Swiucr, S. D. 1'acknrd nnd C Ijirscn of Provo woro In American J-'ork Monday r.nd Tuesday on busi ness for tho Utch rower & Ught Co. MIbrcr Kllza nnd Jean Hlndloy ar rived homo this week from Salt Lake Aftor spending tho wlntor there tench, ins school. Mrs. Robs Parker returned to her homo Tuesday, after spending a few days nt Provo, with' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel IUsklo. Wo innko a specialty of filling or ders for picnic and fishing parties, AT LKN'S. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Terry and daughters Ooldln, nnd Vcnnln, from Falrvlow, motored through American Fork Mondny on their way to Silt Lako nnd spont two days h'oro with relatives. You can buy ouy of their boat silkH at Chlpmnn'H 20 por cent off $2.00 for J1.C0; $3.00 for $2.40: 94.00 for Mrs. May Foathoratono returned homo Saturday from Snlt I.ako whom jjj alio hnB spont tho past wook. Shir. AS man nnd WUmn Cook nccompanled $91 her homo mid will spend tlireo weeks jm t boro visiting with rolntivco. Leo T. Shelley received a nowspnp- jfl er from Sterling, Ida., tills week Wt which gnvo tho nnmo of his son, Al- IS Jen Sholloy, as Its dltor. Tho paper WW is called "Tho Storllng Times" and jSM is a weekly publlcnUon. Wo wish' imJ Mr. Shelley lotB of success in his jJEJr new work. ft Wliy u so any othor Un, whon you S05 can get tho GKNEUAL It Is gunrnn. ft toad for ninro miles nnd Chlpman lalf Merc. Co. mnko any adjustment. lw ' ' Rk ! : 111ft i fjtt I Miss Helen Chlpman entertained nt MS ' a farowoll party Tuesday ovonlng nt jU hiT homo, in honor of Dclbort A. awl Holselt who loaves for a mission HB to tho Mexican Rtntos, Pink and WEt whlt flowers formed tho ilocora- R tlons. nnmcs woro tho main fen. mm turcs of tho evening, nftcr which a Km dnlnty luncheon was served to 24. 8 lb nlco pto plnnt at Len's for 25c Mrs. Sadlo Henry was tlio guest of Provo friends and relatives, Sunday. Miss Mnnda .Chlpman was tho guest of Salt lnko friends Wcdnosdny. Mr. nnd Mrs, II. S. McCullough of Snlt liko, spent tho forepart of tho week hero visiting vlth rolntlvcs. One lot of Bilk by tho yard In colors nt $1.75. well worth $2. CO to $3.50 per yard. Snlo on nt Chlpman's. Mm. Wllford Until of Salt Uko .s tho guest of Mlsi 1'onrl Rowley, this week. Mr. mill Mm. Wm. Preston inl children wore Salt iAko visitors Sun day. .Mr. und Mrs. Ncphl Hnnsen of Sj.lt Lake, aro spending tho wook hero with relatives. Miss Zoloy Fornlcy of Heaver was th'o guest of Mrs. John Deck an.1 frlonds, part of tho week. It's out Boloy's have somo dellc. Ions sour nnd sweet pickles thnt they sell looso try them. Mrs. Roy Logsdon of Pocatollo, Ida., Is spending a ton days visit in Amorlcnn Fork, with Mr. and Mrs. Peter LogBdon. Mrs. Cnlvln Elton of Mammoth, b spending an Indoflnlto visit hero with hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Nolls Nel son. Solcct your Qoorgotto or Silk Wnlst now, nt Chlpman's, whllo tho sale Is on 20 PER CENT OFF. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rcod Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Don Moffctt motored to Pnyson Sundny nnd spent tho dr.y with relatives. - - Por sorvlco nnd courteous treat ment, trndo at Robinson's Grocery. Miss llcnulnh Howlsh of Snlt Lake rcturnod homo Sunday, after spond. ing tli'roo dnys In Amorlcan Fork with Miss Helen McCloory. Mr, nnd Mrs. Edwin Sonrlo and Mr. r.nd Mrs. W. A. Moffctt mtorcd to Sprlngvlllo Sunday and woro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doxey. 2 pounds of bost Lnundry Soap for 25c. next week at ORANT'S. Mrs. Mnrloy Prostvich nnd children rcturnod to their homo in Abordeca, Ida., nftor spending ten dnys with' Mrs. Prcotwlck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morrln Madscn. Mr. nud Mrs. James Chlpman, Jr , i ad Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Adams wero entertained nt n dinner pnrty Sunday at the homo oi Mr. and Mrs. Jam's I'lilpninn, 8r , "f Snlt I-ako. Wo mnko a specialty of filling or dors for picnic and fishing parties, AT LEN'S. MIsh Theo Adams gavo a party Thursday, In honor of hor cousin, Miss Doris Adams of Uingham, nt tin homo of hor parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. n. Adams. Games, music and luncheon worwo onjoyed by a number of GUCStH. Whllo labor is so senrco, why not get a hay londor at Chlpmnn'n. Announcement Is made of tho niiir. rtnpo n( Mibb Sjlvla Thornton, daugh ter of Mis. Oliver E. Thornton o this city, rnd William J. Peterson ot Plcn.ii.iit Urovo. Tho woddlng wi.'. tnkc p'M'o on th'o sixteenth of Jum In tho Salt Ijiko Templo. Tho ymin couple will mnko their home In Pleih. nnt Grovo. Tho following enjoyed a trip to tho Springs Snturdny, Misses Ircno Chip man, Ruin Storrs, Helen McCleory, PuiolMi Howlsh of Salt Iike, and IjJ vlla Strong of Alplno; and Mcssrd Horace Russell of Bait Lako, Clydo Dorton, Ray Strong, Glen Martin, Ray Groenwood nnd Mil Whittle. Hath. ing, dancing nnd luncheon were tlta features of the evening. Ml E25yiiMSJ2iijaJ2IEJ m I 4 mi i M. A. Scott, Manager. main sriiKEr lVr-1 il1 1 I Windsor Hotel Mi 1 ' riEV j l.iiciilnl In llir l.e'irt of i B 1 .SALT I.AKi: CUV, I'T.VII I; Mi q a jH I nti:i: ms iiati:s: -.-.c, m nmi up i 9- !! i m Silk salo on at Chlpman's. ' Walter Slack spontThursay In Salt Lako on business and .with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank 'Whito spent Sundny in Provo with" relatives. " You can get a slde.dollvcry rnko or a hay loader and save labor, nt Chlpmn's. Miss Nclllo Paxman of Salt Itko, 13 spending a fow days of tho vcek with her mother, Mrs. Emily Paxman. Alma Rowley, Jr., ot Bait Lake, spont Sundny hero with Mb parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Rowley, Sr. Miss Ruth Qardnr went to Satt Lak-; Sunday, whero sho will epend an ludeflnlto visit with relatives. You can got a silk dress, or silk for dross now at Chlpman's, closo to tho prlco of cotton Dig sale on. ' Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams mot ored to Sprlngvlllo Wednesday and spont tlio day with friends. Th'o Misses Prudonco and Loulso Drown arrived homo last Saturtay from Salt Lake, whero thoy hnvo been visiting with their grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Drown. Wnyno Sholley was tnkon to the Provo hospital Tuesday whoro ho will be treated and may undergo another oporntlon, mnklng th'o fourth opera, tlon. Call up ONE-FIVE and you'll find thom alive, to sell you implements and machinery at tho right prices Chlpman's. Misses Ijcona Kelly, Alico Parker Reva Wagstaff and Alice Searlo aro spending tho week end of the week nt Salt Lake, visiting friends and rolntlvcs. Miss Margunrot Vhoelon of 9r-.lt Lnko, returned to hor homo tho end of last week, after having spent sov ornl dnys hero, tho most of Mrs. Ryron Crookston. No mnttcr whnt kind of an oxtra for tho machine, plow or cultivator, you can got It at Chlpm&n's Imple ment House. . MIso Crooso Lovoridgo ontcrtalncd tho Dee Hive girls at her homo in Highland Thursday ovonlag. Sewing, games. and a program "wero enjoyed by tho girls. Refreshments woro served. WATCH REPAIRING, ETC., Will bo done by mo if loft at Ohipman's harness shop, with Bishop Gardner. JAMES MARTIN, 12 If. Tho Jeweler. -----------H--Bai When Every Move Hurls Lnmo every morning, nchy and stiff nil day, worso when It's damp or chilly? Suspect your kidneys and tr tho remedy your neighbors w. W. W. Robinson, First East Nr. First North Sts.,' American Fork, Hays: "I know Doan's Kidney Pills to bo Just what is claimed for thom. For months last winter I was suf fering with n steady ache and pains across my kldnoys. Tho slightest movo which caused any strain on my buck sent theso pains through it. A druggist recommended Donn's Kidney Pills so I tried them. Doan's completely cured mo nnd I hnvo had no symplons of kidney tioublo sin ce. " HOAX'S ALWAYS Kr'FKCTlVE Over nlno years Inter Mr. Robin son Bald: "I have only needed Doan's Kldnoy Pills oneo since I recommend ed thom. They gavo mo the samo good results ns thoy did beforo and quickly cured tho tioublo. Doan's Kidney Pills Jire a flno remedy for old people' " fiOc, nt nil dealers. Fostor.Milburn Co., Mfrs., Iluffalo, N. Y. (adv) wjaaaaia ROBERT E. LEE N --, I I Express and Transfer, ? Haul Anytnln.?, ff Movo Anything, g $ In or out of town, a I And do it right. FOR QUICK SERVICE I PHONE 127-W, ! AMERICAN FORK. -B3EHEE,lEJ IJwJ-LJ ! JI - - I '! Mi " I t' Buy Your Electric 1 I Range Now I I ''! Let hot summer dayB find you happily and comfortably ; I prepared with an electric range. It means coolncRs, 'S cleanliness, convenience and economy. -H I There are no fumes, dirt, dust, ashes or soot with an clcc- jfl I trio range. Kitchen walls remain fresh and bright, utcn- ,fl I fiils are kept shining clean cooking becomes daintily in- fl i I And it's so cool ! All of tho hent is absorbed by tho cook- i i ! ing utensil without radiation to tho room. ( I rfk 1 A start e J0r c'ect"c cooking by ;S I . SIO placing an electric range in your kitchen. 'I ' I t v Small monthly payments quickly take care vl STARTS - I J Let us demonstrate the range and explain U jl Tj our special fuel rate (or current which as- I j ) m sures you economical operation. f I Utah Power & Light Co. I V H Rail I.aka narlaa Park Cltr ! ''fl J Osilra Latiaa Rlaaham Plraaaaf fStT ," V. 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Growth of Postal 8yitem. The first street letter boxes were erected Jn New York nnd Boston Aug ust 2. 18.VJ. April 0, 1800, congress enacted that letters uncalled for should bo returned to tho nddress of tho writer when printed on the en velope. Money order service begnn In tho Dnltid Rlnti's November 1, 18(14. The Internnllouiil money order system was established three yenrs Inter. Pots Used to Swell Sound. The undent Oreelix, to secure reso nance without the iim of woodwork, plnced under the scuts of their thea ters earthen pots, with the mouths turned townrd the stnKc the vibrat ing mnss of nlr In these serving to ro enforce the sound. Japanese 6moklng Customt. -Smoking m ury coiumou In Jniinn. All tho men nnd nmt of the lnillcs smoke, the glrN ticglniiliig when they nre nbout ten year of nee. The Indies hnvo pipes with longer stems than Hip men, unci If one of them wishes to show ii gentleman it special mark of fnvor. cho lights her pipe, inkes n whiff, hands It In him, nnd lets him smoke. Unless your food is digested with- B out tha allermalli ol painful acidity, U tho joy is token out of both eating I nnd living. KMiaiDS are wonderful in their help to th; I stomach troubled with over-acidity. I Pleasant to takerelief prompt and ft definite. m ' MAD OY SCOTT &. QO'VNE 1 MAKEItS OP SCOTT'S CMULSJON I Or Belong to a Union. Even women who do not work for living .hnvo n nnttirnl yearning to mnko n striking nppenrnnce. Cartoons Mngnxlne. Indian Silk. There nre l.O0O,MX) persons In India engnged In tho production or silk. Caterpillars und moths of the mul berry silk Industry of India nre entire ly domestlrnted creatures. The Tricolor. Till really owes Its origin, to Mary Queen of Scots. It wns she 'who. nc rordlng lo tradition, gnvo the tricolor device to Tiirls tho white to repre sent the house of her royal huMmnd, the dauphin, tin- blue for Scotland, und l the ml for the red-coated Swiss of the royal bodyguard. The revolution ists In I7W) adopted Mnry'i colors for their own. . Pacific Ocean Once South Sea. The South en Ih tln mime origin ally ghi-n nnd sometimes mill applied to tin- I'nelllc ofviin. In IfifW Unlboa crossed tho Isthmus unit arrived on ReptiiMlicr 2!i at n mountain, from the summit of which, looking south, he beheld Hie expanse of Hut ocenn stretching out before him, while the northern pint wns closed from view, "" iiiii I It. llierefoie. Uio South sen. Tree Furnished Timber for Church. A unique church hns recently been completed In Rnntn Itosn. Cnl. Hvery pleie of Hinder In It. except the floor, wns cnl from one tieen giant red wood. IS feel In diameter. The tree, whli'li iitodiueil -S..IVMI feet of Hmlieri grew on ii i, iiiiniiitiiin rniige near flreeiixille. i.'i miles iioin Un. i'nelllc ocean nml when cut wns found to lie nbout i-lulii Imiiilreil enrs old. Dlonlfled Protest. . It Is told of nn old negro servant of roguish propensities, ns nmny darky I". that on one occasion m xvn ,m, Justly reprlmniideil ,y ), muster for lh dlsiipiienrnnce of n certain nrtlcle of vnlue. Ills reply wK! M,lt.s An, drew, I has enuff to imw-ir fer wld the sensations nhm is Jet widuut having to be sponsible for Jem whut alut so." True Happiness. J Ilnpplness consists In the enJofmaJB of little pleasures, scattered aloof Ij common path of life, which, la &U eager search for some great "nJB citing Joy, wo ore apt to overlook Exchange. .1 How Fish Eat I When n codfish eats It tnkrtMjB ster In Its mouth, cracks the nt'sW pests tho meat, and ejects lh iJ Crabs cmck the shells of their P neighbors and suck out their oJ This accounts for the inouiids of which nro found benenth the """J And, ns further Illustrating the slnnl destruction going on In jj oceans' depth, It Is Mild thai If "jl sinks nt sen it will he eaten WJ fich with the exception of H T portions. Wooing by Temperature. A West Oiillus widow mys Ihe I son she broke her hist eiiRnffnw wns hecniise her flnnre was a Arts who wanted to keep n thermometer her mouth while he held her h"i Dnllns News, Prolific Mesqulte Tree. A historical mesqulte inc. cut '' In Honolulu, Hawaii, October a " which served ns u vnlimble sourrt" M'Pil. mid hnd been n Imidnnrj irnctlng the Interest of t luiiinnlJ Iniiilsts irnverj-lng the Tadflc had. during the nlnely-tw. vearJ'1 existence, been the prngen"er ofi mids of trees which now throughout Hie iiHWiillan "slun'1 ' tippioxlimitPly 110.000 iicres of po" ban en Inn. I which formerly won bless. Animals as Weather Prophc -lew beliefs lire older or more J". spread than that nnlnials md ??. ly lld niilmnls. have f.."'knoirjj f what iho weather If ' "', someiliing Hint nmmints """' knowledge, iimiiy of them m lti possess, but there Is no r,'"""' . only poor excuses, for n-"inlnJ here Is n source of lnforitln ' rate enough nnd of nppll",,)n rrL enough to give any iippic"alw vUm to the wfither bitreni P"' tlcntlons. KxchaiiKe.