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BV nBBn IriJRDAY, JUNE 12, 1920. SU AMERlOFOiiKOTnZEN. SATURDAY, JUNE 12. 1920- African Fork OitLsen oSS-Alplnernk.C.UWf. pROOnESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I SUHSC1UPTI0N I rear-In Advance $2.00 uontbs-ln Advance ....... 11.26 altered as S.ond-Class Matter at Ofice at American Fork. Utah. t7flaiford" Publisher Hbieri)lon to Tfce Clflica and Stilew arc payable In adrance B (0 tlmc-SaTO Uiat 59 cent. I Classified 1 I Ads I ! I KOft SALE BiTED TO TRADE OR SELL Bod 80.acro farm, located In Ben- uinlali' county. Full wator right Lid conslilor Utah county prop. B Communlcato with J. M. Lund- Dennett, Utah. 12.4t-pd BoU) CH1X; WHITE LEGHORNS BspecIM rates, lota of BO or moroj (Barred and Whlto Rocka, Reds, I Orpingtons, Anconaa, Dlack Min is, Duff and Drown Leghorns. Eh Crows, Seawrlght, Cal. 12.1t-i SALB-Houso and lot In th'o Bird ward, Plc&sant Grove. For Knatlon see N. Gunnar Rnomos- 12-tf MeS A CHEAP LITTLE HOME K jalc Two room frnmo house, lummer kitchen, chicken coop, lie, etc., and small orchard; lot Kcre. Four blocks from Main St., Ehlrd ward. $760 takes It. In E it Alplno Pub. Co. office. SALE City lot, 3.room house, Bra, etc., 2'4 blocks north of K street. Price $860.00. Further Ecnhrs call Alplno Pub. Co. 13-tt B NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE AT Bt offlce. Just tho thing for laying Br carpets, etc. 14-tt B LOST Br-Flrostono Non.Skld Tiro, No. 791107; 33x6; botwoen Salt Lako American Fork Resort. Roward Btarned to Mrs. Stahloy, 1C0 First B. Silt I-ako City. B Wanted B7EI-2 to 6 acres with h'ouso B: shado trees, etc., clthqr In Bunt Grove or American Fork. Ht this place for a chicken ranch. Ba hive anything of thlo kind for I it a reasonablo flguro, ph'ono 86 B1" t Alplno Pub. Co. office. VASTED-A brlglifuoy, with Br tiaeatlon, to learn tho printing Br. Ai good a going to school, turn a trade. Small wnges to m 29-21 BE8T CASH PRICE PAID FOR B"1,rT ef all kinds. Ton say when nil, Mark Shaw, Lohl, Phone B 4-tf B BLTIIY AND EGGS WANTED rteit caBli prices; will call &". J. V Johnson, Phone -). Pleasant Grovo. 17Ju.-10 p TED- Rkrs, poultry. Highest a prices fti cn piomptly '" Peterson l'lcmut Orovo. " N-W 7Mf B HI.SCKI.MXEOHS jj IP LONELY; tor results try "t and most Hitrccssful "Horn '!" biindrr,!, rcu wgh "on; Rtrlctly confidential- reliable; yonrs oxporlrnco; do- "ons frco Tlie Successful Club," "all. Ilox r56 Oakland, Cnllt. B 12-2t.pd B Trying to Look Poor. K,0D,lr we ,ry to bo economical m 1'' '"" "" m,vo ,0 wcnr nno B... kl"' '' " l"'l''K mistaken PCH BENEFITS BKJ,8 Vot , "Me reason I hjerjenents of rich, nourishing I Ptt'sEmulsion WSiSJcotla contributes I K5S"1"1 better lualth. J JEmffl? spiPIL SbbBbV TTT?aaBS Wi.llUjCHlWCe. uaptistc began to ureas; down. "Ah mon pere, you nsk mo the hardest thing In my iife i,c Bronne,, ..In tho forests I have seen his fneo before me. I have dreamed that I had htm by the thront, nnd started up with Joy." I linvo struggled, nnd I have contrived to fight clown my desire to slay him. And now you tell mo I must save him No, no, mon pere. Save the girl yea! But let some one else sail tho schoon' er." "Say, Father Lucy, why don't you explain to him that that ynrn'a a Her perslKted Lnfu. But again Uio cure Ignored him. "Wo nhall salt ns soon an possible, Jean," lie .said. "Go back to tho store nuil Instruct tlie storekeeper to tele- "But When Qod Calls a Man to Duty, He Mutt Obey." phone to tho crew Drouln Is one, and the others I do not know. And then return to mo." Ji'nn-IluptlHto"'8tdod like u statue. lie hung his head, muttering. Then, slow ly, ho raised it and smiled Into the cure's face. "Enough, then. I go," hu said gravely. "Well, I'm darned I" exclaimed Lftfv. "Say, father, why didn't you tell him It wasn't true, that story?" The cure smiled whimsically and laid his hand on Lnfe's shoulder. "Ah, Mr. Lnfe," ho answered, "when exercise will cure n paralyzed limb, we do not use tho crutch." Lnfe stared at htm. And Mowiy he began to understand. Father Lucleu's ways were often Inscrutable, but some how he got there In tho end. "By Jlnp, you're n brick, fatlierl" be cried, striking the priest between tho shoulders. "And, say I I take It all back everything I Go on und bless the cabbages. Go on praying out Ares. Go on, go on! You've got the knack somehow only I'm I'm Jlnged If I see how you do It till It's nil over I" Baptlste, ulio had been telephoning Inside the More, came out. "Droulu nnd Larhance will bo at the wharf In fifteen minutes, Monsieur Tessler," he said. Tho euro nodded and took Baptlste by tho arm. The three began to stroll toward the wharf. When they arrived at the wharf-head, however, Instead of proceeding townrd tho bchooner the cure led tho way, still bottling Bap tlste, toward Dupont's cottage. Bap tlste stopped near the door. "Whero nro you taking me, Father Luclen?" bo usked. "I do not go there." And, ns tho cure seemed bent on proceeding Inside, ho wrested himself awny. "No, mon pere," bo said firmly. "I havo obeyed thee once tonight, but now thou askest what Is beyond thy right or power. I do not enter there." "My fcon," answerctl the priest, "since thou hast chosen rightly to night, I tell Ibee now that that htory was not true. It was Pierre and Le lihinc who took Mario Dupont to the Island, and Monsieur Askew and Mon xleur fonnell here found her nnd saved her from them, and brought her home. In my pocket I have u letter. Tomorrow thou siiult read It and un derstand." "Mon pere!" stammered Baptlste, and began to tremble. "Learn It fiom her lips." "Mon pere, 1 tio not go Inside that house. If It is true, I am noteworthy. Besides, she hales me. and " Still holding bis arm tho cure opened the door. ".Mario Dupont!" ho called. The girl htumhlcd toward th do.ir, saw Bnptlsto nt the cure's hide, and uttered u frightened cry. Father Luclen took Jean Bnpthlo by tho arm and led him lt the Iioiim!. Ho closed tho door gently, but not before Lnfu had .seen Mario In Jeans anus. Lnfo sworo wiftly. "What's tho matter, Mr. Lafor asked Father Luclen. "Nothing." answered Lafe sliortij. "I was Just thinking of Hlmeburyport. MnssTtnat-flan. You wouldn't under stand. At least- ., no looked at tiic cure, and then It occurred to him that he was viewing him from an entirely different angle. For the first time hi their acquaintance It occurred to him that Father Luclen was really a man underneath hla long soutane. When, a few minutes late, tho priest opened the door, Mario nnd Jean came forward with linked arms, and their expressions wcro transformed. Jean grasped Lafo by tho hand and looked at him earnestly, but did not say a word. "Come now," said tho cure. "The men are waiting on tho wharf for us. Bon solr, Marie." "I go with Jean," said the girl. CHAPTER XVIII. The Rescue. Out of the darkness a llttlo light be gan to glow. It shono and sparkled, and suddenly raced skyward, disclos ing the outlines of the schooner stranded upon tho edge of tho Ice field. Baptlste drove his vessel straight toward It, running upon the gale. Tho little group upon tho deck watched In terror as the flames Bprcad, until It could be seen that they enwrapfied the entire fore part of Dupont'a schooner. Dupont, in his madness, uwullng Urouiscnu, hnd set flro to the lumber with the aid of (he petroleum kegs which ho carried In the hold. And Broussenu, nt the wheel, wus striving desperately to run the burning vessel back Into open water and cast her upon tho Ice-free shore of tho south passage, beyond the point. In his fear he bad forgotten Mndclelno and Hilary. As Madeleine crouched on tho lec, still frantically endeavoring to recall Hilary to consciousness, the thinning mists rolled back. Looming up out of tho durknesd, nnd approaching rapidly, was the second schooner. At tho snmo time voices balled them. They had been seen. Brousseau, upon tho poop, yelled In answer. And ho began to run to and fro In his-excitement, possessed only by tho fear of death by fire. Tho flames spread. The cabin was now Involved, and a great column of smoke was shooting skyward, carrying with a fiery spark cloud. IHipon cntim out of the smoke, his face alight with fanntlc madness. He caught him by the nnn. "See tbe fine Hie I" bo shouted. "Ho won't get out of that In a hurry. I told her that I would glvo her his life for the name, but I havo not got tho name. The name I What Is It? Tho name I" Ills voice rang out across the heav ing water, and, us ho called, Bnptlsto swung down the wheel, nnd tho second ship glided alongside and passed. It drove oft Into the distance, driven by tho whipping wind, but not before Dupont'a wortlx had been heard. From the group upon Baptlstc's ship a flguro disengaged herself and stepped forward. It was Mario Du pont. She pQlscd herself upon the deck, nnd her voice rang out abovo the gale anil the fen. "I glvo you the name," sho cried. "It Is Eifounrd Brousseau. It Is he, and I give you my secret which I have borno all my life. Tako It 1" Sho fell back Into Baptlste's arms. Ami It seemed ns If, with the breaking of the Inhibition, her past life, with Its fears and terrors, wns melted Into the life of happiness that was to be. Dupont had henrd her. For a mo ment they could see tho tall flguro of tho old man, with his wind-tossed hair and beard, stnntllng us If petrified upon his blazing deck. Then ho cried out like n screaming sea-bird, and bin arms closed about tho man nt his side. Ah Baptlste turned and tacked It could be seen that the old man was holding Brousseau with nno nnn, uh easily as If ho held a child, while his free hand controlled tho wheel again. What reservoir of strength ho drew upon, what miracle of seamanship, could never be known. But, as If na ture were nldlng him, n veering gust caught the sails, and with a backward movement tho schooner began to glide through the entrance of tho Ice Held into open water. The tiro was all about them. Screams came from the doomed ship, but they came from Brousseau, struggling in Dupont's aims. Not a sound camo from the captain's lips. The vessel 'gained her freedom, sho turned and began to tlilvo enstwnnl, toward tho Gulf and Its open water. Faster and faster she went as the wind compelled her. The horrified watchers upon the deck of Baptlste's schooner saw the blaslg vessel glldivlnto thO distance, a blazing comet, nnd Dupont, ( black against the heart of tho tire, and Uroussenii In his arms. I Llttlo was afterward remembered concerning tho rescue. But from that night legends began to spread nlmig both shores: Of Bnptisto's seamonblp, nnd of Hilary, who, single-handed, saved tho heiress of tho selgnory from Brousseau and tho two outlaws. But nono of tho principals In these events cro overmuch to dwell upon BBf'ilaLIf lff. Turkish and choice Domestic f j T I I rH "Ik m IrfnrV tobaccos puts Camels in a class by II I H Jt4LHM themselves. Their smoothness J I V V-Sf wiU aPPeal t0 vou and permit 1 II IS-ffli Camels leave no unpleasant ciga- HR fl JSSHaMgl Y011'11 prefer Camels blend to either I H H i&Jp JJ J5. kin(? f .tobacco smoked straight ! U nrntrr;?i!VDbMErJCaf CmU mn told nrymfitn in eVnfjflejr I II i BB nltttW" ."J.MD fW P''fnOa4intt, for 10 cnt,or t,n pick. I II l"fl "tlf'iVTC'B -JrM 300 ciiinttet) in a fttin-p4pr-co-r I Ul ,1 H BLyaaaMBBaEK. . W Hrontty ncommtnd ( cjrton tar , J. 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Marie Is one of tho best parishes on tho north shore. On Suadays, seated In tho parish church, may bo seen Simeon Duval, nodding his head approvingly as, polut by polut. tho cure takes up his do- j nunclntlon of liquor selling. For Fa- j ther Luclen really reached Simeon's soul with his hazel stick. Marie has tho best house in the vil lage, for Baptlste docs a thriving trado carrying the St. Bonlfnco lumber. Hero Is Clarice, who looks, somehow, just ns ono might havo expected from Lafo's descriptions. "He wouldn't come homo," sho says to Hilary, "so I had to come after him. But he's coming home nxt October, to see his children nnd the now house." "Boudit nnd paid for," said Lafe. "Yes, I guess that's correct, Mr. As kew. Though Til bo back some day to see you all. It ain't so bad, this coun tryexeept for that pink and black porch Baptlste's put on bis bouse. Dnrn him, what did he want to do that fori I tell you how It Is: These peo ple can't help breaking out somewhere und somehow; It's In their blood, that's what It Is." But In his heart ho knows that the winter will see him back In St. Boni face. Madeleine smiles, and puts her urm through Hilary's. . TUB END. Balance the Books Occasionally. It Is good to have money anil the 'tilings that money can buy, but It's good, too, to check up once In n while and make sure you linveu't lost the thlugs 'hat money can't buy. Anon. i n Pasteurizing Milk. The milk In the bottles may be placed In a boiler In which cold water comes up to the necks of the bottles. The holler Is then placed on tho stove and heated until tho water reaches a temperature of 145 decrees Fahren heit as determined by the ilK-riMinio-" tcr, wtiere It Is maintained for 30 min utes, 'the bottles nre then remoxed, cooled in running water, and kept senled until the milk Is ready to serve. Pasteurization kills dlsense-cduslng geruH. Hydrogen and Oxygen Oaes. Oxgcn and hydrogen aro very dif ferent pises; tho former helps other substances to burn, but Is not Itself luthiminablc, while the latter Is In flammable, but does not support tho combustion of other materials. For tills reason hydrogen gas will n6t set fire to tlu oil ns oxygen Would do. but os It Is an Inflammable gas It Is very dangerous to handle and care should be exercised. The U. S. Navy is the Forearm of the Nation. H It is your property, your first line of defense. S Know about it; read about it; see it. If possible, H serve in it. It builds real men who do men's work. S Vaccination's Power. According to a recent report vac cination Is rapidly dying out. Yet there Is nothing like vaccination to bring a fellow up to tho scratch. Exchange. -i - - -Music In Church. For almost a thousand years Gre gorian chant, without any Instrumental or harmonic addition, was the only mu sic used In connection with tho liturgy of tho church. The organ In Its primi tive nnd rude form was thu first In strument to he Introduced Into church, and for a long time wns the sole In strument to accompany the chant. Do You "Hate" Yourself? B For I Bay, through the grace given B unto me, to every tnnn that Is among 'B you, not to think of himself more high- . jXfl ly than ho ought to think." Paul In jH his letter to tbe Itnmans, 12:3. mL BBl i o . aaal Not Strong on Ablution. jlj The Alnn feels thnt by washing hu ! faco and hands on great occasions be has paid his debt to civilization. Tbe ; Tibetan considers thnt the oil of the body contributes needed-warmth In his B mountain life and refuses to wash It ! away, but does not object to washing BB his face and the tips of his fingers one BB In awhile. U BbwJ HOW CAN WE P10W IF WE CAN'T HARNESS? I bbbbbbb!