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iil cvrrKDAV, APRIL J), 1921. I
I Pleasant Grove Department I
frost causes damage
i to fruit crop
I The cold wave rnd frost which wo
havo felt keenly tho past week, has
I caused consldorablo damago to tho
fruit crop of our vicinity, as well as
H other places.
neportfl from varloim orchard own-
,r. arc to tho effect that It Is not
definitely known Just how great tho
damage In. A P,Uvo fact- howeV"
H er Is hat th0 Pr,c0tB nnd cherr,cs
H 8r'e badly damaged and many of tho
peaches, but It Is thought that there
H will bo a fairly good crop.
Tho pears and apples wore also
nested ciulto badly, altho tho plums
H are not hurt, whatever. '
H Edwin Cragum of Llndon, reports
from there Thursday ns follows: Ap
H rlcots, 75 per cent killed; CO per cent
H of tho sweet cherries killed; slight
H damage to peachce 25 pcrcont of tho
J H early ones killed; 10 to IB per cent
3 H of tho late ones; apples appear to be
3 HJ uninjured.
H At th'o regular meeting of tho City
H Council Saturday evening-, tho fol-
H loving business matters wore taken
i H op:
orK HJ 'Water, certificates wore transfor
mer H red from C. A. Oomett to Albert Doz
HJ cant, Gardiner ditch; Clara Olsen to
s S Alf.,' John and Bruce Harvoy, 'Mill
l lit ditch.
bean- HJ The matter of insurance on coun-
WIW H ell chamber, wnseft with tho commit-
retty HJ ,M on rub,fo flrppefty, with poWer to
IM actt Matter oMnsuranc on '-City
nj. HJ Jllil'waii left with hairnianot claims,
tinr fl j jRoail supervisor- was Instructed to
'tb H ,' inojlfy, people who flood roads to desist
Woe HJ j!ar(tret them. ' u '
c- f , " "" " - '' : : -
too'l HJ ,
Baby Chicks Being '
w ,HJ t i Killed by Rats
eM a - -
" HJ ( It Is learned from some of tho cltl-
, HJ ' wns that th'o rats aro killing many of
hid H , thelr unDF chicks. On Tuesday of
HJ thli week Jas. D. Thorno lost 300
H baby chicks in ono night. As a war-
M nlng to many who aro purchasing
th H chickens, they aro advised to seo th'nt
j H their coops aro mado rat proof.
j At tho last legislation f 600 for pots-
g,. H on was appropriated nnd nnyono is on-
cl. HJ titled to a portion of this, frco or
tt- HJ charge, by applying to the Stato Dept.
Is H of Agriculture
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" H Mutual Play Successful
"Professor Pcpp" presented by tho
i. .1 0r8t v,mA m- A-,a5t Fr,,my ovcn
Ing, certainly was a success. Tho
? m epcra houso was tilled to Its capacity
j H and ovcryono was well pleased with
j I tho entertainment.
H Every member of tho cast played up
I to their part splondldly. Tho piny
I H was repented with equal success In
I M the I.lndon Amusement hall Wcdnos-
I M day of this wcok.
I . m o
I "Wasatch" Chosen As Name
H At a meeting, last Thursday even-
H Ing, "Wasatch" was chosen as th'o
namo for tho Commcrclnl club. Tho
H giver of the namo was Victor H. l.ar
H son
Tho membership drive 1ih bcon
delayed ono week, duo to not having
U socurod tho membership cards. It
H will commonco, h'owovcr, tho first
H 't next week, and any ono wishing
t" join may call at Hcdquist Drug
H No 4 or seo"nny of tho olllcors.
Seo Carl M. N'lelson for Mrnlture
rpalrliiR and Jlght carpenter work.
Ono block oast of Pleasant Orovo
Merc. Co. 19-t.
Mrs. Lydla Adallno Fletcher, passed
away quietly last Thursday evening,
at tho homo of hor daughter, Mrs.
W. II, Homer, Jr.
Mrs. Fletcher has been III for abort
two months with Ilrlgh't's dlseas",
hut tho Immediate causo of her death,
which nnmc suddenly, was heart fail
ure. She was born In Bolnbrldge, Now
York, Oct. 14, 1845, whero she lived the
greater part o her life. loiter sho
moved to Washington, vhoro she mndo
her home with' her son, Win. F. Fletch
er, nut during tho past six ye.ua
both sho nnd her husband lmvo m.uln
their home here in Pleasant Oroo,
with' their dnughter, Mrs. Win. 11.
Homer, Jr.
During the earlier part of her life,
Mrs. Fletcher was engaged In teaching
Bchool for twenty ono terms.
She Is survived by her husband,
John Fletcher, one Bon, Win. Fletch
er, one daughter, Mrs. W. II. Homtjr,
Jr., nnd nlno grnnd children, all of
Pleasant Grove.
Funeral services were hold nt the
Manila ward meeting houso, Satur
day ot 2 p. m.
Tho first song won rendered by
a quartette.
Prayer, Alma ltadmall.
Vocal duct, Sadie Beck and N'etllo
Tho speakers were 'm, Homer, S
Joseph Iarson, Roy Wcsti. and HIs
hop II. D. Warnlck.
Other muslcnlnumbcrs were vocal
solo" Mrs. Partridge; vocnl solo, Mrs.
Ora Chlpman; mrilo quartette, and
tho closing song. ."Farewell All Earth
ly Honor?." by tho choir.
Benediction by Otto Nlclson.
Representative Jas. D. Thorno has
received, a communication from tho
Logan high school as to a debate,
whether nn Incomo tax really is tho
most feasible way to taxation, nnd to
glvo his view, for or against such a
Mr. Thorno Is very much In favor
of on Incomo tax, ns he thinks it Is
tho most Just wuy ot taxation. Ho,
himself, Introduced an income tax
bill at tho last legislature but in tho
shufflo at tho last doys It was lm
posible to get It out of tho shifting
committees hands. However, he is In
possession of about thirty telegrams,
favoring an Incomo tnx, which gives
a good Idea of tho sentiment of the
pcoplo of Utah, and ho hopes who
ovcr Is nominated and elected to tho
next state legislature will bo pledged
to nn Incomo tax Inw. ns our taxes
cio unjustly fixed on a few.
We dcslro to express our ho.irtfclt
thanks to tho many friends ror their
loving care during th'o Illness and
funeral of our bohned wlfo and mo
thor. Mrs. John Fletcher nnd espec
ially do we express our appreciations
of tho kindness nnd sympathy of tho
people of Manila word and Relief
, John Flilclier,
Mm. V. Fletelnrf
Mrs. W. H. Honur, Jr.
Mr nnd Mrs. A. Mnqulst nnd Mr.
Moloro West of Salt Mko spent Sun
day horo nt th'o homo of Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. West.
Mr. and Mrs. I.nuls Urson enter
tained nt dinner Sunday. Tho invit
ed guests wero Mr. and Mrs. I K.
Adams and children of Salt 1-nko,
Miss Pearl Larson of Salt Ike. Mr.
and Mrs. A. K. Thornton, nnd Mr. nnd
Mrs, C. P I .arson
I $tide a Siajfciel
1 Economy begins nt homo; that's why no lipmQ. should hi
1 without n bicycle. ; '
""""TTirrir TixiurjrTinrFWBMiTririrririiT ffwpia'aiaiaiaia'aa'i;fafif
Ml. Timpanogos, tho highest peak
ot the Wasatch rnnge, constantly bo
fore us, and towering 11,957 feet above
sea level, has nn everlasting growing
throng of devotee's. On summer days
bllthsomc companies mftko arduous
pilgrimage up Its verdant and flow
ering steeps to tho glacial snows of
Its summit.
Do wis appreciate this most won
derful peak, bo very near to us and
of which we havo advontngo?
For tho myriad years that measure
Its cxlstnnce, tho glnclcr of Timpan
ogos has been fortirfed each winter
against tho vertical rays of tho sum
mer sun. Each spring sees It full
nnd wlilte nnd smooth ns tho face of
a youth. Rich autumn Its countcn
nnco Is lean and lined nnd shrunken
like that of nn old man, whllo at Us
feet Emerald lnko attests tho life
drain that the sun has exacted.
Until February 19, 1910, a year ot
exceptionally snowfall, It is doubtful
I' human foot had over trod tho top
nf Timpanogos In winter. Dr, Dean R.
Brlmhnll, now residing nt 1370 Butler
nvenue nnd Dr. I.cGrnndo Hardy of
tho Now York City hospital, both thon
residents ot Provo, climbed It on that
date, after making several prelimin
ary rcconnoltcrlng trips In January
of tho samo year.
It was again climbed Feb. 10, 1917 by
Dr. Hardy, then a student of tho med
ical school of tho U ot U. and Louis
Brandley, a student of tho B. Y. U.
Dr. Brlmhnll was nt that tlmo a stu
dent in Columbia university.
Tho third and latest nsccnt was
made on Feb1. 12, 1921 by Dr. Brim
hall, Joseph Nelson, Hlltton Stewart
and Lynn Wakenfleld.
Whllo the ascent of the Mountain
In summer time, tho strenuous, Is
not dangerous, except for tho last
stretch over tho face of the glacier
and along the "Cavcway ot tho Gods"
Ito th'o highest peak, it is an undcrtnk
Ing of never absent peril In, winter,
Bread and cake's at II. I Clark'st
Wondcll E. Thorno spent pait ot
this week vlsltlnc in Salt Uakc.
Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Thome wero
Salt Ijiko visitors Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs B. H. Cutler spent
Wednesday In Salt lJko.
See tho "I. C. S." window display
in tho Anderson building, Main strcit,
Pleasant Grove. !.2t-pd.
MbH Cummornh Smith cntcrtnlnid
the members of the S. 0. H. club nt
her homo Thursday evening.
As the bonds havo now been sold It
Is hoped that tho trustees will get busy
and work on our new high school
building will soon commence,
Mrs. Sarah Atwood spent the fort
part of this week in Salt I.nke, at
tending confcrcnie nnd visiting rela
tives. Miss Rachel Carey who has been
1H Ing with' Mrs. Ellsworth left this
week for Salt l.nke. whero she will
mnko her home for tho present
Mr. Ururo I Allyn is lHlllng his
parents In Chicago, III. During his
al'senco Mrs. Allyn and children are
staying with Mrs. Allyn's father. Mr.
Ii I Clark.
Mr. Wendell E. Thorno entertained
about thirty guests nt tin April fool
party nt his homo Saturday evening.
Tho main feourcs of tho entertain
ment were April fool stunts, games,
n'ulsc, nnd refreshments.
O IJOYl Cull and seo tho thick
lino of fancy neckwear and silk hoi
Icry at Pleasant Grove Merc Co.
Tho husbands of tho members of tho
Young Mothers' Club, entertained
their wives nt a social, held In tho
Thornton club room, Thursday eve
ning. Dnncing, games and refresh
ments wore tho main features of tho
Among those who attended Con
fficnco Sunday wero Mr. and Mrs
rf h Dial, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes D
Thorno, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ander
iniif Mr. and, .Mrs. S. I.. Swenson,
Mr, nnd Mrs. Olo Anderson. Mr. nnd
Mrs. WlnficliT &lark, Mr. nnd Mrs.
R. I). Wadley. Mr.' and Mrs. Wllllnm
Hone Mr. nnd Mrs.v'Jos. H. Walker,
Mr. and Mrs. R. I). "Blgler;
Best linoleum, $2.00 yard at Pleas- '
ant Grove Merc. Co.
Mrs. Maude Peterson wns a Salt j
Lnko visitor Tuesday. (
Mrs. Besslo Wright spent Sunday
in Snlt Unke.
Mr. and Mrs. Niels Fugal attended
conference lu Salt Iiko Sunday.
Miss Joslo Smith of Provo was tho
week end guest of Miss Graco Hillnun.
. Alt kinds garden and field seeds
at H. U Clnrk's.
Miss Winnie Harrington or Salt
Lake Is spending this week hero.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S Alma Kirk spent j
the week end with relatives In Salt
Mr. Geo. Wells of Bingham canyon
spent the week end visiting with fri
ends here.
Mrs. Starley nnd Mrs. Ben Benson
wero Provo visitors Mondny on busi
ness. Mrs. Harvey Holmnn of Bingham
canyon visited with relatives horo
Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Jensen wero
Salt Luke visitors the first part of
this week.
Miss lltclla Ilawlcy of Oasis spent
a fe'WMnyn hero this week visiting
Vilth Miss Florence Nelson.
Mrs. A. E. Cobblcy, Misses Greco
Cnbbloy and Tliora West were Salt
like visitors Sunday.
O BOY! Call nnd see. tho chick
lino of fancy neckwear and silk hos-l
Icry n't Pleasant Grovo Merc. Co.
Mrs. N. Ue Kirk nnd baby ot Morh
land, Utah, visited hero Wednesday,
with Mrs. Rollo Thornton.
MIsm Flossie Wright and Jennlo
Fae"ientt Saturday qycnlng and
Sunday In Salt Lake. - .'
Mr. Ernest Smith returned to Mini
moth Saturday after speiuHnp; tho mst
week horo.
Mr. nnd Mrs. It. G. I'ngo nnd fam
ily and, Miss Ore Frnmpton wero Silt
Lake visitors Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Harris, Mrs. Woods
nnd daughter Mr. Rollo Harris of
Idaho visited hero Monday with' Mrs.
Patience Archer.
Mrs. Peter Chrletalnsen of Ibopah,
spcntt,hls week visiting hero. Mr.
nnd Mrn. Anno Christiansen who havo
been visiting there, returned with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph S. Walker wore
Salt Lnko visitors last Thursday. Miss
Until Fago or the K D. S. hospital rr
tnrnrd homo with them for a foY days
visit'.' '
Miss Opal West underwent nn op
cu.tlon for appendicitis Thursday ov
enliiK at the Holy Cross hospital. Lnst
rt'iKirts nro that sho Is getting nlong
Mrs. O. E. Grua. Mrs. II. W. Clark
and Mrs". Karl Banks, nttended the
hapn.uot given for tho Confederation
oi Women's clubs at the Ncwhouso
hotel lust Friday.
Tho lady members of the Munlla
farm bureau, held a social ut the homo
of Mrs. Lnwronco M. Atwood, Mon
day nftornoon. Miss White, county
demonstrator wns nlso In attendance.
Mrs. Genlovo Ellsworth received
word Thursdn'y morning of tho death
of'her mother, Mm. W. C. Whitman of
P.iyson. Mrs. Ellsworth's father nl
sr died, Just a fow month's ngo
Tho following wero entertnlncd at n
candy pull, nt tho homo of Dean Miv
rott Sunday evening. Virginia Smith
Annie Kirk, 'Tholma Sh'ooll, Lucllo
Paulson, Demi Mnrrott and Omen
Mlas Dean Mnrrott entertained tho
W. and W. Club nt her homo Wed
nesday evening. Tho early part of
the evening wos spent In Bewlng, .if
ter" which refreshments wore scrvod.
The membors of tho club nro Mlssrs
Opnl Wost; Virginia Smith, Donn Mar
nt Ann (o a Kirk, Ornco lllllmau,
Lucllo Paulson. Tholma nnd;J.ou.io
Shooll, iWrl OJpln. Uirn .Ehfon-'lOCtn
Miller nnd Zoia'jWulkcr. -' A ' '
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1 P1&CRE Good Clothes I
I Hats, Shoes, for Men, Young Men and Boys. K
I WORK SHOES $3.00 and up
DRESS SHOES (MEN'S) $5.00 and up I
DRESS SHOES (BOYS) $3.00 and up I I
Royal Stores I
American Fork Pleasant Orovo m
M. 0. ROBINSON, Prop. I
Best linoleum, $2.00 ynrd at Pleas
ant Grqvo Merc. Co.
Hnrnld D. RoVlson of Brlgham City
was a week end visitor here. .
Miss Virginia Smith spent Mondny
in SnltLako visiting with friends.
Mrs. II. D. Wright was a Salt Lnko
visitor this week.
Mrs. Genlovo Llm of Blnckfoot, is
kiting relatives and friends hore.
Miss Gllda West spent Sunday and
Monday In Snlt Lnkolth relatives.
Miss, Clcono nullock and Ellxa At
mitead spent tho early part of thjs
wock. in Salt Ijnko.
,Mrs! Joeph:D. Fagq apent the woek
end irl'Balt Loko with hor daughter,
Mrs. Jack Conway. - .
Mlss Inez'Jeso or SprlngvlllC' spent
Thursday ,'and Friday' hore, tho giust
ot Mfss Jennie Fago.
L. W. Lund of Flcatnnt Grove went j
on tho operation table, yridajr morn
ing' nt 0 o'clock nt the Mayo hospital
for cancer ot tho stomach,
Miss Altho Rlchlns returned home
Saturday fforii Park. City, whero nho
has been visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs.
Roy Phillips.
Mrs. Mngglo Nlolson, celebrated hnrr
sixty-ninth blrth'day anniversary Fri
day evening by serving a hot suppnr
to thirty seven guests. All hnd a vory
pleasant time. . .
Miss Aurora Hnrrlnglon pf Sl
Lnko spent Saturday horo with hor
parents, Mrs. Harrington returned
to Salt Lake with her for a, week's
Mrs. Frank I). Atwood ontortalned
nt it quilting Friday afternoon. Lunch
eon wns Bcrvod to Mrs. Sarah, Atwood,
Mrs. Annlo Smith, Mrs. Olo Christian
sen and Mrs. Annie Ellis.
Mrs. Ulna Nelson entertained tho
following nt hor homo Saturday eve
ning: Mr. and MrH. Bon Benson, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. A. McU-nn, Mre. Starley
Mi. Geo. Wells of Blnghnni, nnd Miss
Hazel Nelson Music, dnncing und re
freshments wore enjoyed.
Most Mn Will Remember That
Boys know nearly ns many untrue
things ns grown folk. Does nnyono
remember their unylng that, "If n tur
tle) got hold of n hny' toe It wouldn't
let go until 1111 sun noes ilowuV
Dltcoviry Credited to Cattle.
It was owing to entile refusing to
drink from nn Impregnated spring on
Epsom common In 1018 tbnt Epsom
salt vn discovered. Doctors exam
ined the spring, mid In consequence
of thidr vcidlct nil tlm nrlsloerncy of
Englnnd were hurrying to Epsom a
few yenis liiii'r to mke thf wntors.
Notice to Contractors 1
Sealed bids for Uie erection of a M
High School Building In Pleasant H
Grovo, in Utah county, for the Alpine H
School District, will bo rccelrcd at wM
the olhco of tho Board of Education. M
at American Fork, Utah, until 3:00 IH
p. m. Tuesday, April 26th, 1921. H
Separato bids will bo received for M
the General Contract and for tlm M
Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating M
combined, M
Contractors In Salt Ixiko and North Jt
arc to apply to Ware ft Trcganza, 610 M
Utah Savings & Trust Building, Salt H
Iko'(lty, for' plans. Contractors In M
l)tah County and South aro to apply H
to M. E. Kartchncr, Clerk, Board of M
Education, American Fork, Utah.i'for H
plana. " H
Bonds to th'o amount of one halt pt M
tho contract! prfco will bo required M
on tll ontrocff, M
A'j applications for'plhns must bo M
accompanied'' by" a cnecU'TOr Twenty H
Dollars, . ($2000) k payable 'to '-Wefrd k
1'rroRanxa, 'ArchllcctB. ' '' '" H
,,A!rtlflcd'check foKnbt ItisWthan
ono percent 'oT thd'omdunt'of'the.'bld, M
payable toithe Boarij ,qf .EduacUpn, Al- H
plneoSchool District, nmst a'e'ebnpany M
each bid, r M
Dlds will, be received only on M
blanks furnliihed by tho, Architects or M
Board of Education. ' ' ''" '
All bids to bo scaled and addressod H
t) tho Board ot Education, and marked
on outsldo ot envclopo "Bds for Geuer H
nl Coiitrnct'' (or Plumbing, and-Heat- M
Ing) rcr Pleasant Grovo High School. t
Tho rlghtjH reserved to reject any H
or all bids. H
-For further Informnjion seo "Not- !
ico" to Contractors" iittnnnciT to tho
Slicrlflcntlnns. H
Board of Education,. H
April 7th, 1021, 9-2t H
Londoners Fond of Tea. H
Sometliliig like SW.(M)n trillions of 1
leu nti' coiiMinit-d by LoimIoikts every jH
New York Statistics. H
For Ibo vniloiii. expeiiM'F of Its own H
government, New York city spend H
utmost $riOO,(XX).00) u year more than M
' tho Japntipso cmplrv. It bus l.OOt) H
theaters, 1.500 lintels und 1.0)( M
CliiirclU'K. It turns out nne-tuiilli of H
nil the maiiufw'liii'fil gooils of tho H
conntiy, one-fourtli of oil tlio printed H
matter, nnd ono-hiilf of nil the cloth H
Ing. 'I'lii' iiiiiiiiiiI oiitim't of Its .18,0K) H
fiit'liirlt Is worth mora thnii .$.',000.. H
Appetite Not Quite Gone. H
Mary bud i-oii'.-bcd tlio stugc of s- H
tloty whore sho (teadfastly refused all H
ofTors of "h llttlo more turkey," "n Hfl
bit moro .Ir.-hHlng or mashed potntq." H
or "niiotlior piece of bread." Nothing H
uppiircntly could tempt her to cut nn- H
other tiioiithful, Finally, however, llm H
nuts, rulnlux nud caudles were passeil. H
"Vet, I will huvu home," snld Mar, H
and then, nppnreiitly thinking her con- H
duct needed houxi uxplnnqtlon, oho H
milled: " can still cut little thlngi!"
1 )M
J Service I
Ulicii )im Iiiij nn article from iii it N our dcslro that jou get HI
' Hie iiiiulinuiii use from It. That U nli uc lnko spcclul pulns lo ;; HI
',', gho jou, not only llm lust of our lApcrliurc In Instructions in to MJ
;; how lo use It, but also Hie e.perleiii' of others, who Imii'1 iised ". HI
' ' similar goods. Ask us hovt to use II. Tell us lum It rtnrU. HI
Where The Farmers Tradcf.
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