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M.TT1RPAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920.
.TJaerican Fork CHUmi " ffiOOBESSIVB INDEPENDENT 'M PUBLICATION I SUBSCRIPTION H( fearIn AdTnnee $2.60 'TfonthJ-In Advance .... $1.50 Entered 'frcond-Claao Matter at ! Brit 0M l Amorlcan Fork. Utah. t-1 "" ff. oalsford Puhljsher ;! I Classified i Ads ' I LOST ftgr TniCYCLB Has been lost jbout two or thrco months. Return ,H& J. Bcastrand and rccclvo RE. Bird. 20.2t. r ( I Wanted ' j Bitches and clocks repaired -lud cleaned. Pleasant Grovo, noxt Bfott office. 13.lt L BlNTSD Bin. poultry. Highest Burt prleei. tVU! call promptly. !wLm Fetarson PleAitut Grove. Km TC-W. ft-tf Mm TOP REPAIR 8HOP Will arte the old one look like new. rtt curtains and tops mndo to or. Mp. Phono 25 W. North Merchant , Bract, Chevrolet Agency, American 1st, Utah. I FOB SALE lofTATOES AND GOOD APPLES FOR ( lute. Inqulro at Knight's old place. 1 I P. Chtistensen, Am. Fork. 13.2t p 'IrW'CHOICE IRRIGATED FARM8 Itiia equal of Utah county land for , price, slltuatcd In Carbon county, Hat progresclve county in tho state; limiln lino Rio Qrando. Terms to leyoulble purchasers G. E. Ells. 'Birth, 422 Ooston Did?., Bait Luke WW"' 6 3t Pd- 8 A CHEAP LITTLE HOME 9-Bfor tale Two room frame bouse, rB tammer kitchen, chicken coop. . Baile, etc., and small orchard; lot ' IK sere. Four blocks from Main St., B Third ward. $750 takes It. In wBlrt at Alpine Pub. Co. offlce. "'el-Bo TRADE OR SEI.I Wo have a i'c v;rnnt comer In Stilt take, on ItfcHi East and 4th South 6x8 rods MtMkh wo will sell or trade, for prop. uaBrtfln Amoilcnn Fork, or Utah coun r. toll nt Alpine Pub. Co. cHlco or lone 85, 18 tf WISCELI.ANEOrS IARRY IK I.ONELV; for results try '; best and most successful "Home ';" hundreds rich wish mar H toon; strictly confidential W rellablo; years experience; de triptlons free. "Tho Successful Club." " Ball, uox 556 Oakland, Calif. 13.2t pd IMLES." fowre and other Rectal diseases wl by non-surfilcal methods. No ta lost from business. Write for "T tooklct on nectal dl&Kisea free. -I- R- Parsons, M. D. ill. Contl- B'stil Bonk HulldlnB, Salt Uke ; t1- ?B.ti l 1 LAWYER 1 I PRACTICEIN ALL COURTS UW El REKV-DELTA LTAH . V " ' ?AYIT WITH FLOWERF lH,U'tST tUT FLOWERS, N.AMf n.OltAL DESIGNS ON SHORT NOTICE. 7'!.- LEHI FLORAL 00. trjJlLjl TELEPHONE 6U.J J THACEY WOOTTON ttlnnirj nl Law AFRICAN R'OltK SATt'flUAl 0,M''' nnnm bak nu.fi American Pork, CUa MT MKK OFHf'k ll KEARS8 BI.no. I d BARRETTE. '"'"hone Was. 702. ll-tf. T John'sjhanksgiving. j 5 By Willis Brooks. j ' night? hara,!, th U"rd ' ' My wa ht day begun, j 2 AnV? ,ed by c4ndI' "t. J Th.B hv".?1 "eld uu Mt " "" ' n. rL',,e K,ow ,aDlern hd ' ". W.ere" mllkMl' " tocK i ' Andona h'' evenln chore ' J Before he tumbled Into bed. ! ThJ,UtUmn morn'n. on hi. way. J J hlma"" ,lt")c, " urged 5 To coino to church Thanksgiving J ' Ilu7"to ,h" l laa.1 r"olveJ o Bo- J He -mi "I? JTiar."0Jl? dccp rcRret' ' J What thanks." aid John, "do J farmers owe ' J lor working hard for all they gotr , j In church that day John Uddy ' dreamed J lot from a thankless world. It J seemed. N .kleg0.0"10 went ,0 Brcot ll" J No chlrplnc Insect' voice was t I raised; t 1 TI'9 J!lJAS ln hele. silence t Razod; 0 J And there, beforo his wondering J I eyes, j , A morning came unsung, unpralsed. ' J Then rolling thunder shook tho J ' land: J J "Ungrateful worldl" It seemed to t . "i t I Si. abovB' mlKhty hand I t Swept down and bore the sun J ' ita he ne,d nd ror vied ' , In pleading song; In vain they cried ' I For one sweet hour of blessed J ' day, ' Which tardily they glorified. t JOwn,!d-.y .W.kl,n- f n i "iTl- H?.'.rU,n,d no1,l thought: J ' How little man himself has done! i How much for him has Nature , wroughtl , What lavish gift. oC sua and 5 shower j ' Thanksgiving comes, or come It I ought, 4 t To fructify the field and flower) t Not once a year, but every hour." , (. lilt, Wmn N.wip.p.r Union.) 4 ; WHY GIVETHANKS Manifold Blessings Accorded to This Nation,' Surely One Needs Only a Few Mo ments' Reflection to Realize the Causes for Gladness. It Is written of Pluto that, "looking tlifoucu the dim spectacles of nature, he gave thanks to God for three things: First, that he was created u mun and nut a beusr, Second, that he was boru u Grecian und uot a burburlnn. Third, that he was born a possible philosopher.'' If this represents the pagan Ideal of gratitude, It Is In marked contrast to the Christian Idenl. A boastful spirit has uo place In true thanksgiving to God. The Pharisee who went up to the temple to pruy and Ihunked God thut lie wns not as other men, was roundly rebuked by Christ for his pre sumption. Tim lust place for one to display his egotism should bo before tho throne of God. "Vhosoeer will lie grout among jolt, let him bo your minister." ssild Christ. It U u time for true humility of bjilrlt. Now Unit this tuition has grown rich hfj und tint dreams of the nuMere ploni'i-M, do Americans of toduy rec ognize the Miurcu of their manifold bU'sxliigs, and will they with true hu mility acknowledge their gratitude to the gler of nil good gifts, "forgetting not all his lieucfU?" America Is today the richest nnd most itowoifiil nation of the earth, and It Is this very opulence that leads the people, most liberally blessed of nil, to neglect to remember tho sourco of good. In days of opulence nnd power men nre prune to put thtdr trust In IliemseUes and to umlercvtlmnto thoie liitlucnces that haw made them great. lugratltmlu has bet n called the most popular sin In the world, bemuse It Is the result of selfishness, or egotism or ambition or whatever the case may be. Nations, being an aggregation of individuals, In their ilun of power lme n tendency to tiusi Its tliemselve.s and to disregard the laws of God. Pittsburgh Dispatch. , Joys to Come. I'hf imildliiK tiutitiled In Uie pot, Thr iurK In Uu- uvea 'uITaiI up so hIkIi, (lie pumpkin pie Cried nut, "He stop our shovln'I" l he taters In the suicrpun Oancrd a Jig nwutnst Hit' ltd. 'ranberrlrs popped ami nktpped and hupped And sallied the rent they i!l& The kltrhen lli,s itb all agng, The kettles nil n-liunimlpg, No wonder toy und sir! allvet Thanksgiving dliinor's iomliigl AMERICAN FORK OITIZEN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. If LET ALL REJOICE j Taking Courage From the Spirit of the Pilgrims. , I 8urly the People of Today Have j More Causes for Thankfulness Than They Possessed. To us It certulnly seems as though tha rilgrlms had little to bo thnnkful for. If Uie settlors In Plymouth could I "sacrinco tho sacrlflces of tbonksglv I Ing" In 1CJ1, what, pray, ought wo to do In tills yeur of our Lord? Think of the blessings which we enjoy as tho commonplaces of tho day, of which I tho Pilgrims never even dreamed I A j vast territory mastered, surveyed and J thickly settled abundunt treasures of j farm, mine, forest nnd mill poured out j for human uses Innumerable linen- f tlons hnrnes'jod to the servlco of hu- j man efficiency nnd comfort a great I republic "concehed In liberty nnd ded- j Icated to the proposition that nil men nro created equal" free political, edu- j cntional and religious Institutions, 8 hitherto unknown and unparalleled, I successfully established a higher grade of mntcrlal well being, a wider S diffusion of culture, a nobler Ideal of I happiness, a finer conception of de- I mocracy, achieved for all the people, I than the world has ever seen beforo I I It Is true, of course! that not all Ills I have been suppressed, nor all blessings I won. Uut becauso wo have not yet I achieved everything Is no reason why a we should not be glad that we have I achieved much I Because we have not I yet won the goal of life la n. reason I why wo should not rejoice that we I have advanced! The world today la I better than It ever hu been before. I Men have less sufferlnc, greater happl- I nesa and nobler opportunity than ln j any epoch past. Humanity Is still I fighting the same persistent Ills and I seeking the same Illusive goods, but I In new fields and on higher levels. I The goal Mill Ilea far ahead, but be- I hind Is a long road of miseries con I qucrcd and battles won. S S BBBSTTTMM"-M i i . r' IflB BassssssssssssajBjBjKWBSSSSjiaisijlJH ,-gj I How Long Distance Service I I Is Constantly Guarded I ' I S" As carefully ns the sontinol guarda tho camp of his comrades in M IN timo of war, we guard our telephone talks over tho long-distanco telcpheno lines. Jf Your tolo'phoiio is sheltered in homo or office, but the wires con- 9 l H nccling it with telephones in other citios and towns cross blcnk inouu- M Mm M ' tain ranges and storm-swopt prairies, subject constantly to tho ravag- ra H E os of the elements. m WM H Day and night tho wiro chiefs watch tho circuits, testing them, R keeping them clear and preparing in cases of emergency to rush ro- I 1 tm puirmen to tho scene of trouble. jj M Every moniing at G o'clock, boforo tho day's business begins, B Qf 3 tests are made with dolicato apparatus, and with it tho plnco can bo ul H determined within at lo.ist 100 feet wlwro a looso wire, a broken I I cross-arm or oven a broken tree brnnoh hanging in tho wires, may jj fM bo causing trouble. , , g '.wjt Every month repairmen go over all tho circuits. Cross-arms Wt j f damaged by lightning aro ropaircU, poles or wires loosened by tho ftf wind aro strengthened, broken insulators nro replaced and all other ja iX I needed repairs aro madc. Even overhanging trees aro trimmed up M 11 I properly. H Jfl I To insuro tho public against sudden breaking of polos, carrying MM I down with thorn perhaps a scoro of wires, at regular intervals polo- B WM I to-polo inspections aro made. Every polo is tested, decayed wood M II I icraped away and a record of tho condition, of each polo placed on H 1M I file so that replacements may bo roado as needed. H H I Carefully, constantly and unceasingly tho long diatanco lines aro B I guarded to provide immesiiate sorvic. I 'B I The Mountain States Telephone I M I and Telegraph Company I I BBBBBBBsH iWVvHlHll I l llll h sbBBBBBBbNbBVbBBbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV B ssLsHsl sssf w W mWrnrnXWA DsHsl 111 I DB ssB WW vl Isk BXI ! CGPYJ2I&HT-'T'irj:BOBBS-ffEGRILL COYEAJVY Action! Mystery! Drama! Heroism! The scene is laid in the Wabash Valley in the late forties, a place and time fruitful in historic and dramatic charm, but heretofore neglected by nov elists. "The Blue Moon" is a fresh water pearl and tho paramount interest lies in tho pearl hunters; in tho reckless, dangerous breed of river men, their mode of life and their strange occupation, out of which develops a romance most intensely vivid and inter esting, The matchless pearl which looks like a full moon in a cold sky and means a fortune for its finder, is concealed within a certain giant mussel of perfect markings. It is the quest for this type of bivalvo with its sure reward, which lends zest to the life. Few of the hunters are ever fortunate enough to find a "Blue Moon." One of the Best Serials Ever Printed! Follow It from the Opening Installment in This Paper - - - ' Ka sova rof 1 K THANK3&IVINO jSJaMscr it ft, AX E Atusi Mlvtre; JBmI fJTkituuwlaryettPV 9 Fr H Ifce year, ksfli C4fm tke crib, mU'Ib tke Vm, Wlwat U tkrataed, larky Jrawm ml: Afflet we btrrele!, Mb Uii ( irj ; Frett h tke f ardea, witter it mfr Father i Hearea, tlaak nee far aJL Witter, aatl ipriijti, ttaaer u4 u Peruvian Idea of Dignity. Tho niiiyur of Ilic Kinullcit town In Peru ffdH Hint It Ix Incumbent upon hint. In oiilor to inula- I hi- proper dls plu.v of iilllclnl iIIkiiII.v, to lie nccom pnnli'il liy n hu nil or iIktm wlicnovcr lie uppi'iirN on nny htnti' occasion. Tlii'i-e iiiuhIcIiiiik Iimc IliMtruiuvntf wlilili conilHt of n Horlfx of roedi struiiK KiKi'llit'i" ii n (I make a weird i.msle. Therefor, Qlve Thanka. kmW Tlianka to the provltlcnco of God af ssssssl It has worked In history and to tba H work of brave men who believed they H ueru children of (lod, the petty colo- mU nle are now one nation. Of that Of mt lion the meanest cltlr.cn, tho most fool H Isti. the wcakeHt and the poorest, baa H every rlcht and prlvllego before tte H taw which belonea to the strongest, & mU richei iiml IW wisest, thsash he vfitv J born In the purplo of luxury. sflH JS8& A GLOOMY ! Jrms& outlook M TtjdUi. J Turkayt 1m ' m Vm7 J frald thar i mm m9 lAtl 'dlna ma to W MfajJtr) w"' Thanh H ?WfK If living mutt kf I sH f Ui coming. i tH V ' I Excellent Advice. I ssssssl Lot your sleep he necessary 'an lil healthful, not l'"c and expensive e mMA time, beyond the needs and cob M venlenrpH nf nature; and sometlmca ba H curious to see the preparation wblck 'H the sun mokes, when lit) Is coming 'H forth from his chambers In the cast fl .Teremv Tnylor. jH IBMBMMMMiiMMMBIMBPfjBMfaiMMpMsMpj ' WWe Another Royal Suggestion Vt Biscuits and Cinnamon Buns From the New Royal Cook Book H BISCUIT! So tender IPlH they fairly melt in SlH tic mouth, and of such it'll glorious flavor that the t ' hSJU appetite is never satis- ' SfliDl Tied. These biscuits Wkk anyone can make with fLylll Koyal Baking Powder ffavHI and these unusual re- rlMI dpes- Biscuit. nvi i fill : cups flour Mfl filill tvsspoons Royal mmmr MM Mm I f iMsi H teaspoon salt I L F sbbVBbbbbI i iHH a tablespoons shortening "" i'lMM cup milk or half milk ! SMffJ and half water eSJH 81ft together flour, baklnit A WfWtkld if'l powder and salt, add " M m lmlv i tTiM ahortenlng; and rub In MLmWk Mm I 111 I mm very Hehtly; add liquid - , lUfflm slowly: roll or pat on ftlllffl floured board to about one . , ; LHI inch In thickness (handlo 11All71ri1 Hwlfl W.h,lbT.cytI,c0u,ebr?,baCkU. 1 U W U l R II In hot oven IS to SO mln- w w 'm m" ImM utc(' ' Kraal Royal Cinnamon Bunt m mmmt n.mmm tMW :k cups riour Mmwoiutwly Rvurm mm l teaspoon salt I BjilM 4 teaspoons Iloyal 9 HAllI Uaklnv Powder I S Mm 9 tablespoons shorteninc ... f. H jimm 1 egi; Mad from Craun of Tartar. ( I nffl cupwaur dived from gr.a. M C teaspoons cinnamon a tajH i tablespoons seeded 8 311 raisins MH 61ft 2 tablespoons of meai- 3 fMrn ured sugar with flour, LH salt and baklmr powder: rssssfl rub ahortenlnar fn llictitty; i IWm add beaten ejfir to water i rWrnm and add slowly. Iloll out i FfjH H-lnch thick on floured rnrr I HB board; brush with melted rKEi I LsTsbbbbI butter, sprinkle with su- .. ,,, .. ..... I bsbbB rar, cinnamon and ral. JJrlt TODAY for the. New J mml sins, noil as for jelly roll: "?'' Cook Uoolc; con lltsaBBssl cut Into IH-lnch pieces, Ulns 400 other recipes jut 3I.bbbb1 place with cut edses up ' o'HtMful a these. flVil on woll-Rreased pan; Addreu HSPcH IKriirt rlnn.miLtUnff: JtOVALDAKINOPOWDKIlCO. I ffllH ear and cinnamon. Dake iiji-,,hRir. v v ,.. HMjasBssI In moderate oven JO to Si U 1 ulton SUsst, !ew Ywk Oll nH minutes; remove from pan I rjE'lH t once. MmmumLimm