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i SATUBDAY, BBPTBBBBB 8, 1021. AMERICAN FOUK cmXBK SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .1, am I ggs
HB j ii .i i i -- ... - f I X LOCAL I Hi T? J HBf New fall go curt 9 now du- IHfS Tigris now colors at Cliipmaiis Hii J Mr. nnd Mrs. H. S, ll;tsmunseii ' motored to I'rovo ennyun and Islted 1 rJcnds Kridny. Bflfl ii Mr. and .Mrs. Vcrn Holey motored H to Snlt l.nkc Monday mid vlalted rcl. Hf if atlvcii nnd friends. j f Provo Baud Dance every Hj Tuesday night at Geneva. HK S Slifisoa Hnzct nnd Itiern Aydulntlc flj ,$j front tho week In Halt 1-tiko vlaltlng flflfi ljH rclatlvca nnd CrlendB. H Mr. nnd MrH.. . K. Heburtnoii and H baby af Geneva wero imotiieRa vIhH- flBf $ era In American Fork Wcdnosday. flj Oranges, bamuma, duto, nnd all U kinds ot frcHli fruits ut Hohlnson H (f, Grocery. HI Bfllflj 'ri Colburn '' Tooclo la upending flngJPl the week In American Fork visiting Hill If Mr. Jdn Hung. Hsgrj Mr. and Mrs. UndHoy Ovarii ro. BUI turned to their homo In Went Jordan 'BflLa'f Monday after enjoying a few days vla- iflfBj'ljl M ' American Fork with relatives. 9Jfl Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. I'nttcrxon of JBbj! jj alt I.ako spent Wcdnesdny In Am. 1-" ' crJcan Fork vlsltlnc relatives nnd ' friends, Miss Veda Unrrntt roturncd home Monday nftcr Hiicndine n week nt Charleston visiting rulatlven and fri end. n HJ Delos Pen rod nrrlved In American HJTI Fork Sunday from Coltoti, where he BUA in employed, having been called homo flfl by his -wlfo'n Illness. HflJ ! Hjfl ! Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Hnllldny and flflj children motored to Snlt l-ako Monday flBa -comblnlnc n business and plouHiirc flfljl Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Winn, Mr, flflj and Mrs. Hcpworth nnd Miss lOvelyn HH Winn ot Snlt Inko motored to Ainerl- HJHt fon Fork Monday nnd visited friends. HJV1 Jacob Ovnrd had tho mlofortutie to H Jim a pitchfork In his arm hint Frl. HUff! dry. The fork entered tho upper HR jort of the arm, InfllrtltiK a painful fll wound. ,Ho Is gcttliiR nlonp nicely KflJ however. Hfl Mr. nnd Mrs. Kh Smith and dill. 1 riren motored to Suit I.ako Sunday Hl nnd visited rclatlvea. While thoro Jl they nttended u birthday dinner glv- flEFft & ty Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. II, SI U Hold. SMil Mr. nnd Mrs. Iteed Hohlnson en. flfl! ttr'plned n few of their friends ut Kjj their home Friday evening. The tlmo '1 vno spent In games, dunelng and mus- flKfj U. nftcr which dainty refreshments iHili Tcro serveil, Thero wero twenty 'it tpifent. Bw B I Wm. FlruuiRo resumed Ills work '1 fll tho postoftlre Monday morning ut- H n itr tt IB days vacation. lie niul his U'ii 7" v'l,'tci' rolatlves nnd friends at nl Sett Lake, mid, Nepht. ' Mrs. U'fl Wm I'"'rmaf!0 ,B cnjoylnc a two HK'lj weeks visit In Salt l.nko with rein. Hjt tlvea nnd friends. W( : ' . Tho Thclty Swarm of the First flB -Vard wore delinhttull7 entertained by Umi ttclr boo keepers. Ml sees I'csr) now. KB I io nnd Delia Shatter nt the home Mm ot Miss nowloy Mondcy ovcnInK. Tho Haj time v;ns spent tit sowing, music r.nd Bjl hecklnK of cells, nftcr which re- m' 1 frstimcnts wero served. Cllrls! Oh Girls! Grant's liavo some very tlno dolls for 10c, lUc and 20c. Miss Ollvo Ilerj: Is spending n fow il.-ys this week with relatives and friends at Mldwny. Mrs. A. K. Smith nnd children aro sprinting the week In I'rovo Canyon llh Mr. Smith. Miss I .ii el la Strong of Alpine is spending the week In Salt l-nko visit. Idk Mls4 Maliol Hnnsen. Miss llesslo Crooks was the Kueit of Miss Ix-T.ta Miller at Pleasant Orovo 'I ncsday. Miss ItHva Wni;stiiff left for Salt l.ako Mondny to sjicnd an Indefinite v sit thoro with her sister, Mrs. Geo, Watts. Mrs. Snlliu Ncrdln of HlnKhnm re turreil to her homo Monday after spending a brief visit hero with Mrs. Hen Huberts' am! family, Mr and Mm. Dnnno Adamsnn ot I.orhii are sponilliiB tho week In Am erican Forlc vlsltlnc with relative and frlendn. Airs. Mlna Slmftcr and dauRhtcr, I.llllo, nnd Miss Mary Chrlstlnnsen returned homo Sunday nftcr spendltiR u week nt I'rovo canyon. Mrs. llobert Mlllor nnd son nrrlved In American Fork from liliiRhnni Frl. i'."y nnd uro spcndlnn tho v;eek here tcltlni; her paron's, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. l,eo Dnhoney nnd fjinlly uro movliiB to Salt Iiko nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Itny Coddlngton nro niovlnc Into the homo of Mr. nnd Mrn. Dnhoney. ' Chlpmnn's have nrransed with n Now York housf to put on a full nnd complcto lino of suits, coals and dresses durlnB Fnshlon Show week, Scptomber 12th to 17th. Mr. and .Mrs. Abo Greenwood had ! their jMieati Snturdav ovcnlnR, Mr. t'ltd Mrs. Hon Hnllldny nnd Mr. and Mrr. Jolm Hohlnson nnd children. The tlmo wns pleasantly spent, nnd lirlit refreshments wero served. Mrs. Uittlo Shelley nnd dnuchter Iris, returned to their homo In Snlt IaKo Mondny niter BpcndlnR a short visit hero with Mrs. Jos. Ovnrd nnd tlniiffhtttr, Mrs. Klennor Wc. I An ulrplnno passed over tho city nbout 2 o'clock Mondny afternoon, causing a little diversion from the ordinary day's routine. Hills were drojiped from tho nlrjilnne ndvertlsliu; the colebratlon nt Saratoga which was held Wednesday. MIsb Verdell Webb, daiiRhter ot Mrs. Mary Webb, of this city, anil Mi. Nelilon Mm of I'leusnnt Grove vcro mnrrlwl In tho Salt Ijiko Tem ple Thursday, Soft. 1. Mrs. Um Is very well known In American Fork having taken nn uctlve part In social and religious affairs. Sho has been employed for tho past two years In I ho dry goods department of the ft -op. Their many friends extend tlelr congratulations. Mr. nnd Mrs. I Im expect to lenvo In tho near fu. ti'io for Wyoming where he has em ployment, Tho Co-op plnrlcs, their wles and partners enjoyed their annual outing nt the Springs Tuesday ovenlng. Tho Oneetors nnd their wives wero smc iii' guests nt the party. It was also g'cn as a farewell for Miss Verdell Webb who was married this weeU and Is leaving tho store soon. About 8 enrs full of people left tho storo at 0:30 that ovenlnc Tho time was spent In the usual diversions offered by tho resort, nfter which the hun. gry crowd was served a delicious lrnch. There vero .10 present. If ir : " KR LVKHV YdHNG .MV ulio cur planned to go to college aluajs had BJ 1 1 Thlon-, of good elutlio to near. Djj ' lhen um jouug linn In mcrlnui l'ork ilm are pliiiiulng to go Dt nivny to college fhU lull. D. ' Hut the goln iniaj linulics u lot of expense- nnd iiiajlie (I.NK B neir Milt nlll be nil Hie i-nilnp. III pernill. Rf That Is OI'K oiiiirtiiiill). Ilrluir u thai old ii Inter suit jou laid Bj' anny In (he rlng that inrrcnat- that-eitni pair of trout-ori. nnd noil . CLEAN AND PRESS TO LOOK LIKE NEW I E. J. SEASTRAND B j THE TAILOR Bil: BBi Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Shatter and Lr.by motored to Alpine Monday af. tciioon and visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Strong and other friends. Mrs. Horc Cnuficld spent from Sat itdny till Monday In American Fork from her home in Kuth, Nevada, vlr. Itltig relatives and friends, Preserving kettles, fruit Jar fillers, rubbers and Jelly glastcs, etc., nrc Letter and cheaper nt Grnut's. Mrs. I. J. Phillips returned to her homo hero Friday after upending the pn&t three weeks in Dinghnm, visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Kinney and V mlly. Miss Ida Dykmnn of Tooele spent the past week In American Fork, tho guest of Miss ilnydee Jackson. Miss Jackson and Miss Dykmnn wero tho Miests of friends at Peasant Grovo Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Orson U. llycr of I.LWIston spent a few dnys of last nnd this week In American Fork vis. P.lns Mrs. Hyer's pnrents, Mr. nnd Mru. W. II. Gardner. They returned to their homo Tuesday. , Mr. and Mrs. Mnx Lindner and Mr. Hoy Woods motored to American Fork Wednesday uftcrnoon and visited .Mrs. Hoy Woods who Is tnklng char ge of the Woods millinery In the ab sence of Mrs. Stove Woods. Mrs. Wm. Denn returned to her home In Tooele this week after Bpen. ding n two months visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Dean, Jr., and family, Mrs. W. G. Shields of Tooele spent the week end as a guest at the Dean home. Cnndy reduced nt Chplman's, drop your penncy In the yollow machine and get a chew of choice chewing gum. Mrs. .Armo Christiansen returned to A me r leu n Fork Tucsdny evening aflcr spending the past two months a, tho Christiansen ranch In Nevada, Miss Stislo Chrlstlnnsen returned homo with her. The Hoga Swnrm of tho First wnrd with their keeiiers, Mrs. Roy Green wood nnd Mrs. Krnest Chndwlck en. Ji.yed an outing lo Sr.ratogn Tuesday ccnlng. After a pleansnt evening s cnt In bathing and dancing, refresh ments wero enjoyed.. I The Primary festival given in the tabornnolo Frldny night was a splen. did success. A Inrgo crowd attended and tho little songs, dunces nnd drills given by the primary children were enjoyed.' The money will bo put In tho trensurlcB of 'the four wurd primaries. The First ward Sunday school of ficers and teachers nnd their partners and tho Wnrd Hlshoprle. and their i wives enjoyed a pleasant trip to Sura. Ioku Springs Thursday evening. The uhiiuI diversions wero enjoyed, after which a delicious lunch was served, with watermelons ns desert. Thero were about CO present. The Am. Fork Sorosls members were entertained nt a party Thursday night at the home of Mrs. A. W Hrekwnlter to which tho husbands' and u few friends were Invited. Live ly games and music formed the en. terte.inisent for the eonlng. Kach guest hud been requested to bring some comical artlclo of wearing up. prrrel which was auctioned off and I he bujer had to wear his purchase. "Maggie" and "Jlggs" us represented by Thos. Newman nnd Clarence Grant caused much amusement. Ixite In tho ivonlng u tasty lunch was served to the 10 guests present, IUSK HAM, CA.MK City Park LABOR DAY o'clock HAHItlKli . SIM.'I.KS j Chances will be sold on quilt to be raffled off at BIG AUTUMN FESTIVAL liAM'K MO.MI.tr XIBUT APOLLO HALL Help the Legion I Get a middy and fall cap for school Chlpmnn's have a nice show ing. Air. nnd Mrs. Cnrl Jones and chll. rcn and Mrs. Halley of Salt lvike Kpmt Sunday In American Fork vls iti,g Mr. nnd Mrs. Ixm Jnckson. C. Ii. Wood was employed a tew di.ye last week nt Thornton Drug, in the lib-some of Mr. Muloney who -was called to Delta on business. Miss Itile Mct'all of Hlnghnm Is spending tho week In American Fork n idlest nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Abncr Itlrk. Oliver K. Thornton Is grndnnlly re. covering from n serious Illness of 3 vceks duration. This will be welcome news to tho aged man's many fri ends Mrs. I.cwls Kvans ot Hoscburg, Idaho, Is spending a two weeks' visit with Mr und Mrs. Frank James of Highland. Miss fatly Chndwlck Is spending nn Indefllnte visit here from Salt Ijike with her mother, Mrs. Cather ine Chndnick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Nicholson and Mrs. Hoy Wilcox nnd children re turned tu their home In Hlnghum Sun. day nfter spending a week hero visit ing Mr- and Mrs. Henry Cheover nnd family. Tho Servlllo Swnrm of tho Third nrd spent Wednesday afternoon nt I'jrkers pond, l-nto In tho afternoon they enjoyed a delicious lunch. There were about 12 present. Misses Honia nnd Merle Goodwin of Iohl were the Sunday guests or Miss Ixilc Maudsley hero. Mrs. Mary Mnudsley and dnughtcr spent Friday in Salt l-nke visiting. Mr. nnd Mrs, Sidney Nlcholes spent the week end at Soldier Sum. m't. Their son, Kldred returned homo with them Sunday, aftor having spent the summer at that place. Misises Kdna l.co nnd Fontellu Wes tern attended a party given by a num. bcr of Provo friends at tho Springs Friday evening. They report n very enjoyable time. Sujit. James H. Walker attended the minimi contention ot the Super, lntuidents of schools held at Salt Iike lost Frldny and Saturday, Aug. 2 and 27th. Mrs. Chiintlnc Clayton of Provo and Miss Amy lclgh of Uigan wero American Fork visitors Monday, In the Interest of the Women's Farm Hu- , rcau. ' The K l'liiribus I'num swnrm of the Hrst wnrd were entertnlned nt tho ', homo of Miss Virginia Werner Thurs. ihi evening. Tho tlmo wns spent In the usual Itce hive work after which ! a dainty lunch was served. ' Mrs. Thos. Wilson nnd children returned to their home in Gnrfleld ', Wcdnesdny, nftcr spending tho past ' six weeks In American Fork visiting ' Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs ' Oliver K. Thornton, Mrs. Vernon Houston entertained Frldny afternoon In honor of Mrs. Hay Coddlngton at a kenslngton. Tho time wns spent In sewing, music, etc., nfter which n dainty lunch wns ser. veil. There wero 20 present. Dr Karl Hawkins of American Fork bus been honored by the Palmer School of Chlroprnctlc at Davenport, la., hy being appointed us professor In physiology nnd gynechology. Dr. Hawkins is the son of Mr. nnd Mrs.' E. n. HnwWns of this city. Dayton, Ohio. Aug. 30 Ixiuls Trnx ler. of tho Louis Trnxler Co., Dayton, Ohio, declnred yesterdny that ho hnd no sympathy with the mcrehnnt who gives "hnrd times" ns his excuse for r.ot advertising. "I bellevo In mhertlslng nt all ' t'me." he said. "If times are bad, Hint jr all tho more reason to advertise. It you hnve confidence in your goods, advert Iso them to tho limit I, for one. nin trying to overcome tho effects ol bud conditions In my city by ndvor. tlsinr and my efforts aro meeting with ruccess." CUT FLOWERS wid I'lornl Designs a Speclall). Carnations ntid Hoses, all rulers. 'I deplume jour order We ship pro nipt I jr. I Kill n.OIttl. CO. 1.K1CI NATIVE LUMBER Anyone' wishing natlvo lumber can rave it sawed to order by A. N, lv. . erson. Pleasant Grove or Phone mill, 301-F-C Phone In mornlns or night 2-tt t Provo Band Dance every Tuesday night at Geneva. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanders ot Su't I.'iko spent Sunday in Highland visiting Mr. hnd .Mrs. David II. Adf' nmsnn and fnmlly. Mrs. Chris Christiansen and chil dren of Salt Ixiko spent Sunday In American Fork, tho guests of Mrs. Ida Hnng. Mrs. B. J. Vounkeo of Salt Lake spent Sunday with Mrs. Hnag. The 6innll daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Carlylo of Alplno fell from a horse nnd broke her arm Wednes day. A doctor wns summoned nnd sot the broken bone nnd she Is get. ting ulong nicely. Fall slippers nnd pumps to go with your now suit or coat nt Chlpmnn's. The 2-ycar-old son of Prof, nnd .Mrs. Tippltts who are visiting .V nnd Mrs. llobert L. Ashby, has been quite 111 this week with summer com. plaint, but Is recovering nicely now, how ever. Leave It to State Legislators. Mini was soiuc millions of jcars renchlng his present stage of develop ment ; but He It Knncted may speed hltn up. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. Why That Lame Back? I That morning- lameness thos I Bharp pains when ocndlng or llftlnr, I n.nko work n burden nnd rest itnpos.' I sible. Don't bo handicapped by a bad I btck look to your kldnoys. You will I make nd mistake by following thl. I Amoricnn Fork resident's example, I Martin Hnnsen, retired farmer, N. I First Enst St., says: "1 had an at-' I luck of lumbago. Thero were sharp I darting pnlns through tho small of I my buck and It wns very lame, t I could hnrdly strnlghten nftcr bctidlns I over. As l had used Doan's Kidney I Pills nt ono tlmo nnd hnd been helped, I I got nnothcr box. I got the same I relief from them I did before and I I know Doan's nro a good kidney rem. cdy." Prlco COc, nt- all dealers. Don't simply nsk for n kidney remedy get ! Uoan's Kidney Pills tho satno that Mr. Hnnsen h'nd. Fostor.MIIburu Co.,. Mfrs., Uuffalo, N. Y. (adv.) o But How About tho Other Gap? Surgeons hne ill.coori'd (hut if a pnrt ot n nerve be destrojiil, that n gup Is left, the gap ciin hi' tilled by n piece of nerve liiken from wtme othfr pnrt of the body 1 1 ml the function of the nerve thereby be restored. A gap of more than three Inches tins been filled .In this vMiy. CI I 4J0 Uo1,el I ,eed whe I W ll I joo i'iiAC I fOR 8AI- truck, F I o t,rel I Chevrolet I, eoo bu B cre ol B fctock" i B call at B AprliK; B !Xe 1 B for thei fl Call H B 'rorka B 10,000 ui B VM B MWti REDUCE I B FUB The Cost of I s Tire Up-Keep I B iUal By having your Tires Vulcanized und guaruTitccd' ' fl e to deliver more mileage. fl 2ia REDUCED PRICES I Ford Sizes $1.50 to $3.75 fl 4 Inch Tires $2.50 to $4.75 I u Ay2 Inch Tires $3.50 to $5.75 fl I BETTER COME IN AND LET US SEE IF YOUR fl TIRE IS WORTH REPAIRING. I ZIP SERVICE I LOUIS J. SINGLETON, Malinger. I ! i in u imiiiniMHtmmin fl j PROF. CHAS. HOPKINS j I Violin and Piano Teacher. I . B Also experienced Piano Tuner ; fl ! TUNING A SPECIALTY :: I - - - - Qj, 1 Over Hank of American Fok aOtUCllO " " - ,n roora 'onucrly occupied by mm 1r A. Chrlstensen. I ; IN AMERICAN FORK Wednesdays and Saturdays, i : I M 1 1, u , tttt I S2J2aiS3BISiaiaJBJaiB!SSI2 ' j Fine Monuments I I At Greatly Reduced Prices I i I Owing to the reduced cosi of liiatorialH, etc., wo arc I I $ able to make very substantial reductions in our soiling 1 I f prices. i I A very fine variety from wliich to make selection. I I S Beesley 1USS Works I I PROVO, UTAH. I Windsor Hotel j The Place Where You Meet Your Friends. ' I E. FITZPATH1CK (Props.) A. CAKTEK J "LOCATED IN THE HEART OF SALT LAKE 1 CITY, UTAH." ' 1 Big Free Yellow Bus Meets AH Trains 1 $1.00 and up. ' WE PRINT BUll WRAPPERS7""'