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I ILindon News
l I Floyd A. Walker Reporter
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Jj! Sunday night at the Llnelon First
H wnrd cbnpat at 7:30 President 8. L.
B Cblpmun, I'rct. Jas. II. Clarke, SupU
Rk Jos. If. Walker, Supt. WItford Wnrn-
1 ick and Scout Bxocutlvo A. A. Andor-
nn, members of the district 'court of
ft honor of tlio Doy Scouts Cpuncll will
kj! bo present to determine tho present
H Jng of merit badges, first nnd second
H class badges to tho scouts. After theso
H ceromonles aro completed, n farewoll
1 program will bo given for Lolnnd
f Culllmoro, who leaves for n mission
Hj to tho Southern States March 8th. The
j program will bo given undor tho dl-
H notion of tho missionary committee,
Hi the Sunday school and the Mutual. Ev-
HlJ erybody Is Invited to bo present
f Miriam Kirk, daughter of Samuel
H Kirk, Is 111 with diphtheria, but is ro-
H ported to bo doing as well as can bo
B Monday, tho Ucatann Swarm of tho
H Llndon First wnrd gavo a enndy pull
Hi at tho homo of Tholnia Ash, Their
B bee keepers, Tholmn Qlllman and
H Florence Culllmoro woro also present
HI and an enjoyable time was had.
Hi The Qlllman reunion pt Undon was
Hj held In tho Second ward meeting hou-
Hi. se Tuesday evening. The following
B program was rendorcd: Address of
H Welcome, Wm J. Qlllman; reading,
H Krs. Leah Qlllman; solo, Mart Klmb-
H r; reading, Mrs. Haxet Qlllman; In-
H etrumental, Elda Qlllman; solo, Al
bert Harris; speech, Dp. A. L. Culll
moro; solo, Norma Jarmaa; reading,
Moral Qlllman; song, Mrs, Dell Qlll
man; speech, James Qlllman; roadlng,
Mnnotte Qlllman. After the program
a delicious lunch was served to 12S
'relatives and friends. Dancing then
fpllowod and a very pleasant time
was had by all.
Tho Scouts of the Second ward had
a peanut bust Tuesday night.
Friends and neighbors of George
Dittmoro met at his homo Tuesday
Evening. Tho time was pleasantly
'spent In listening to musical numb
ors, chatting, eta, and delicious re
freshments wero served. Mr. Ditt
moro has bocn confined to his homo
all wtnter, suffering from rheumatism
and ho thoroughly enjoyed tho good
wishes and pleasant evening spent
with his friends.
I Dr. Ella It. Shlpp was prcsont at
both Iindon Ward Relief Societies
this weok to make arrangements for
la series of lectures to be given by
lierself for the benefit of-women and
girls above the age of 10. Theso lec
ture! will bo health subjects.
Tho Hoy Scouts of the Socond ward
will nlvo a "pie" danoo. Each lady
will bring a pie which will bo sold
during tho evening. Tho boys are to
pay nn admission of 50c at tho door.
ICullimore Mercantile Co. f
A. L. OULLIMORZ, Manager. g
A complete line of General MerchandUe. 0
PHON1 No. 1 ' LINDON, UTAH.
ponrteous Treatment. -SmalLProfiti Quick Turnovers I
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( A Home Induitry X
I I MAID P CLOVER PRODUCTS X
j 7 Sutter Cheese Ice Cream Y
lj "Eskimo Pies the pie with a creamy center" $
M Cnsh Buyers of "Eggs nnd Groom. ' A
lj 7 MUTUAL CREAMERY 00. V X
i) Phone 10 American Fork $
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Ii I :HATS I
Ml O In odvnnco stylos for curly spring wear. X
x Now styles nnd color combinations that arc suro to plcaso 0
I 'I - Tanner Style Shop
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I , X Watch for the announcement of the
I X CITY MEAT MARKET "GROOERTERIA" 9
. '. City Market j
I - x American Fork 0
0 Organized 1868 - Telephone No. 2 $
W. H. Ohipman, Pres. - Jos. H. Storrs, Treas. and Supt. $
9 Mark E. Bozzant, Secretary. 9
I AMERICAN FORK CO-OPERATIVE INSTITUTION I
5 Wholosalo and Rotail Dealors in 0
'r R Genernl Merchandise Fruit and Form Produce of all X
0 kinds Miner's and Sheepmen's Supplies. JJ
AMERICAN FORK UTAH
V i$SO!S05OMOSKS:OM oco5soKO!sos;os:oxojsva orojrosjoA
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I I The Moffett Feed Mill I
I t $ B. F. MOFFETT, Prop.
'K ; ., Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Poultry and 0
Stock Feod ond Supplies. 0
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$. . .. AMERICAN FORK : ; : UTAH.
Everyone Is invited.
3. D. Wadley and L. O. West madd
u mislness trip to Salt Lake Monday.
Edmond Cragun and 'family are all
confined to their beds with the flu
but are reported to be Improving.
Mrs. Harold S. Walker has been
seriously 111 for the patt week, put
Is reported to be on the Improve.
Horace Culmer, who has been con
tinod to a Salt Lake hoijltnl for the
past winter was brought", homo Tues
day. ' '
Miss Vorveno Cobbley was pleas
antly surprised at her heme last Fri
day evening. The time was spent In
tho usual social diversions nftor
which an oyster spper was' served.
The following guests were present:
Misses Bolva Kirk, Arrllla Daxter,
Norma and Krma Jarnan, Lccta
Miller, Viola Miller, Hacel Keetch,
Messrs. Elmer York, Tkeron Whitsly,
Orvllle Cutler, Valene Cobbley, Harold
Hnnson and, Elmer Haaeon.
TB PKIKT BUTT1B WRAPPKB&
IT. S. Cream Separators, C. Owen.
The play "Civil Service" which was
presented horo Tuesdaydlkht by the
American Fork M. I. A. of the First
ward was well attended and enjoyed.
If you nave trouble O Owea.- ""
, Mrs. B. Weeki spent Tuesday and
Wednesday In Salt Lake.
Mrs. Helen Carson relumed to her
thomo here Friday after spending a
week with relative at Magna,
' Hazel Nelson has been on duty at
the American Fork telephone exchan
ge due to the Illness of some of the
American Fork operators.
O Owen about Itt
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCowan left'
'BunOay for their home In Salt Lake
Utter spending the latter part of tho
j(week hero with relatives, (
I Mrs. Walter Daxter nnd Mrs. Ijorln
1 Walkpr entertained In honor of
Dawna Walker . Wednesday evening,
tho occasion being her birthday. The
'evening was spent In playing cards
and music. Late in the ovenlng a
delicious supper waa served, with
whlto and pink carnations and the
(1irthday cake forming the center
'fplece. Covers were laid for tho fol
lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Hay
Frampton, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Kemp,
JMr. and Mrs. Elvln Thome, Mrs.
.ttctha 8mlth and baby, Mr. and Mrs.
fSarn Bums, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Walk
er, Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Robortson
and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Bes
zant, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Matthews,
nndbaby, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peter
sen nnd baby, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
fDaxter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gardner,
nnd baby, Mr. nnd Mrs. Basil Walker
of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Far
1 vol Williamson and baby of Provo,
1 nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Irln Walker nnd
j EDITORIAL I
$ . FINANCIAL RESOURCES
ITHE FINANCIAL RESOURCES OF A COMMUN 8
lTY'IS THE BAROMETER OF ITS PROSPERITY.
Add to itlieso, resources and you quicken its ad-
- varicoimmt. . Uotj'nct'nnd you proportionately obstruct 0
its progress. 0
This should cvlilcnco to all of us our Individual responsibility V
toward our homo town and lta people Theso popple nro your A
friends und nclghbore. VOUH INTERESTS , ARE KINDRED.
P Thus you should take no porsonal actlou'ia any community mattor M
without taking Into oonsldoratlon Just how It will affoct all those jfi
W living here. X
y You can BaXoly bet, folks, that every Dollar you remove from p
ft tho commercial nnd Industrial llfo of American trk doprlvcB Just ?
0 thnt much employment and vpcatlon from someone who noeds it.
S And whon you remove employment and vocation, you will removo 0
0 from our midst those. Individuals who aro dependent upon It for a
tho sustennnco of their homes and families. THIS IS AN ABSO- M
M LUTE 1RIU3FUTAULE FACT. V
7 You may think v.u havo onlarged upon this mattor, folks, when
we refer to your INDIVIDUAL ACTS us bolng bo highly Important 0
Q to tho welfare of American Fork. To tho contrary It should make g
V plain tho paths thul aro opened to all of us In extending the co- (8
a operatalon wo owe tills wonderful community. V
9 To begin with when you need Merchandise or Service BUY a
M IT IN AMERICAN PORK. This simple procedure keeps your 0
0 money at homo, banks it here, pays the Obligations of our peoplo 9
$ and thus finds Itself on Its way back Into tho "channels of local A
ft commerce and trndo and oven back Into your own pookotbook from 0
0 wheuco It came. a
S Stop and think a moment, frlendB, of tho transactions lnvohed 6
0 In a procedure of this, kind. THINK OF THE EMPLOYMENT f
g MADE POSSIULE In the handling of these Dollars and the bust- j
w ness transactions ensuing as a result of keeping thorn within our- w
0 sohes. V
A ' O
fi In contrast, picture In your minds tho result of spending or ji
p se.idlug these Dollars away from our city. By so doing you have 5
side-tracked in n single action, a substantial portion of our com- ?
merclnl Industry and transferred to somo distant community assets A
ft Umt aro a DI8TINCT LOSS TO THIS CITY AND ITS PEOPLE. 0
9 Wo claim tho keeping of our money at homo, friends, Is the first
S stop In tho building of n "real-city." And from tho standpoint of 0
P yourself should bo the easiest. To begin with, MERCHANDISE 9
AND SERVICE IS HERE IN ABUNDANCE. There is not a business 2
M man in this city today but who Is ready to sorvo you to your utmost 0
0 satisfaction both In quantity, quality and prlco. X
BEFORE YOU TURN THIS PAOE wo want you to glanco M
thupugh tho list nppepded horowlth and realize this Is so. And .Y
P thoy nro only part of the ontlro numbor who nro ready, not only p
w to servo you, but also our community American Fork. Think It $
W pvor. $
THE PEOPLE TRADE AT
No. 38 Anfcrienn Pork
'EVerett Larson returned hotee from
Hill City, Idaao, Friday, when 1m
baa beea employed for the put year.'
Mr. and Mrs.EdUHarrl, Jr.mbt
ored to Salt Lake and spent the week
end visiting relative.
, Mrs. Beesle -Wright and children
were visitors 1b Salt Lake Monday
Mrs. O. H. Miller of Denver, Colo.,
,ls here visiting her parents, Mr. and
'Mrs. Hans ftnsmuMen.
Oct It vulcanized, C Owes. -
Misses Eliza Armltstead, Cleone
Bullock and Cummorah Smith wen
I Salt take visitors Saturday.
1 Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rlchlns of
Salt Lake returned to their home last
.Sunday after spcndlrg a few days here
Rldo a bicycle C Owen.
t Dr. Llncbaugh reports a case of
'diphtheria at the home of SamJKIrk.
(They aro all reported to be ddlng
I nicely, however.
t Ray Elsmoro of Salt Lake,, but who
Ib well known. here was operated up-
'on for appendicitis Saturday. He is
I reported as doing nicely.
Mr., nnd Mrs. West Jacobs and Mrf
(and Mrs. Ed. Wadley were the guests
jot Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Harrington for
American Fork and Pleasant Orove
missed the blizzard which raged in
Lehl nnd north and also over the ben
ch and on south last week.
Like Father, Like Daughter.
The tendencies of the father are
usually Imnded down to the daughter,
while the nn Inherits those of the
Mrs: ""JeTSer Wadley VitH,
'Sprlngvllle Tuesday o taaH
Jthe death of her brothr.SjB"l
no Harmet. B '
a very appreciative tnH ,, 7.1!
tended th, Sunday stliH' UKt
Wedaeaday sight whlAwsj 'aH.
local talent Every nuakirJH'
rendered and showed theeiH ,
Ins. Much credit is due JoLjH '
It for the excellent reiultiaH
L. M. Atwood and C. U H to'
itrere named as members of iLH bers
Uttee appointed, by the 8teuH ante
Mlssloner of Agriculture valaLV d
lart Saturday In Salt Lake. IH two
pose la to increase the KsiaaaH U '
gumption of dairy prodectTajH ri
(state. L. M. Atwood uteadtd tlaH ll
las aad reports a great deeTgH J
taustaam lnthe work. IB th
We Print Butter WrutaH
Reed Warnlck was a butieH SE
itor In 8alt Lake Wednesday. H P
, H. V. Swonipn was a buitam'tjl D
or la Provo Wednesday. !l
The Boy Scouts Investure emH '
,wero held' Monday night Mm )LH
took the acput oath. The ScosktH
in' the aew "Boy Scout headqwsB
which have recently been fitU4e)H
their special seeds. Troop CbsH
,W. w, Warnlck awarded the wH
After the exercises Mrs. AdeuhHt
soa and Hilda Meredith surpriictH
boys by servlag them tee crteaH
Coach A. P. Warnlck attenW H
State Basket Ball Tournament la M
Lake Thursday. "
WK PK1WT BUTTER TTBAPniH,p'
I TIME FOR SPRING CLEANINGl
J We have a full line of Wall Paper aad Linoleum to offer I .
0; at leu than market valuta. m
M v "ir H
$ All the new-oheif-All the time; I
I Pleasant Grove Merc. Co. I
I Pleasant Grove Canning Co. 1
g Packers of Timpanoffos and "Utah Valley" Branda ilv
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES r
m Pleasant Grove, Utah. -
g Wo also havo a complete stock of Kegs and Barrels. W
0 INSIST ON-- vip?
"Timpanogos Flour" j I
SOLD BY ALL LEADING GROCERS. I
Miilco a thing better and the world will find a path to 5 I
& your ddor. ' i
1 We Cater to Merchants. Phone No. 9. Pleasant Grove I
A. K. Thornton & Sons Co.fl
2 Dealers in isP
General Merchandise Building Material and Coal. I
0 PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH, I
I Thornton Drug Co. No5 fi
g "THE PRESCRIPTION DRUQ STORE K I
Drugs, Sundries, Putont Medicines, Toilet Articles, " I
2 Mngnzinos, Kodaks nnd Fountain Specialties I
1 ' PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH. I
O i Ml
The jStarley Millinery r
g Is now equipped witli a most comploto showing of
X MILLINERY L.
Hats for your need, of jthe most exclusive and distinctive -
g styles for which theSTARLEY HATS are noted. J7
& MRS. ALICE STARLEY J?leasant Grove Utah