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H Clydo Crookston spent tho wcok end H in Salt Iiko visiting rolathos nncl HB friends. H MIsb Mary J'utlcy spent Wednesday Hy ja Salt Inko visiting relatives and HI1 Mends. H , Phillip Orcone roturncd homc Mon- Hi day from tlio hord and will spend' on Mk Indefinite tlmo hero. Hf Miss Gcnoviora Clogg of Provo H wu tho guest of friends nt American H Fork Wednesday. !Mlss Mary Darratt'g friends will to grieved to lenrn she Is seriously ill t her home hero. HI Mrs. K. B. McOrldo wah called to B Ogden Tuesday by th0 donth ot her Hf brother at that city. H Mrs, Nolllo Hcbnrlaon nnd children H and Mrs. Ellrn Jackson aro spending H few days it Geneva, visiting rolat- H Ives nnd friends. Hj A special board mooting for the H Primary officers will bo hold Sunday H at 12.30 p. tn. In tho tnbornacle, in- H stead nt tho meeting Saturday, Hj Mrs. Carl Andorson returned home Hj Monday after spending a week's visit H In Salt Lako nnd Dlngham with rol- H atirog and friends. H Misses Eva Dean and Inez Ambrose Hj and Messrs. T. Jones and Ernest Dlck- Hl rson nttondod a dancing party and B oyster suppoi Riven by friends at H .Provo Saturday evening. H Tho students of tho local high H sehool were guests ot tho Lehl school H at a matinee dance over there Mon- B y afternoon to colebrato their vlct- B ory in tho recent tournament, H Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Firmage and H family of Spanish Fork spent Sun- H day hero, as tho guests ot their fath- H er and mother, Mr. and Mrs. William H Firmage. H Th0 loc&l n'8h school music depart- H ssent is preparing an operetta cntltl- H ed "Troasuro Muntera" which will be H jpresentod in April. There are 16 U prlmclpal parts with a chorus ot 45 HK voices. Ernest Puxman Is directing Heflj , HV Miss Orpha Robinson waa pleas- Hj aatly surprised at her homo fiatur- Hi day ovenlng by a number ot hor llttlo H I friends tho occasion being hor birth- H jj day. The tlm0 was spent in games, H jj and muBlc nfter which a delicious Hijf lunch was served. H. Mis Pearl Ilowluy ontortalned u H; number ot friends ut her homo But- H' ur'day evening. Music nnd games Hi formed tho evening's pastime and de- Hi llcious rcfroshmcnU woro served. ! There wero 25 prcsont tho out ot town guostu being Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dick erson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ron Smart, Dol bert Dlckersou and Miss Mattie Mj 1 Woodcock of Salt Lako. i Hi MIbb Ruth Newman entertained at H u party Wednesday night the occusl- H; on being her birthday, After a de Hji llghtfui ovenlng spent In the usual H: aoclal diversions tho guests wore H served a dainty lunch. Those presont Hjl were Misses Rova Strong, Relta H lluntor, Lucllo Thornton, Nina Ilalli- H day, Virginia McCarron, and Delilah i Moylo and Messrs. Adair Bromley, Hl Wayne Nlolson. Walter Devey, Melvln Hi Madsen, Albert Hales nnd Linford Hfj Werner. ! I Miss Lydlo Uarrntt was a visitor with friends In Salt Lake Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. W. O. 8torrs and baby spent Sunday in Salt Lako vis iting relatives. Miss Edith Thornton spent Satur day In Salt Lake visiting relatives and friends. Luther Qlddlngs spent Thursday in 'Salt Iiko In tho Interest of the do bating class of the local high school. Misses Mao Wilcox, Mao and Jennie Jones returned to American Fork Sun day after spndlng a five days visit In Salt Lako with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Day of 8alt 'Lako nro spondlng tho week end In Amoricnn Fork visiting relatives and friends. Miss Fern Fostor returned to her home horo Saturday after spending tho past week in Salt Lake visiting relntlvoH and friends. Tho Third ward M. I. A. hold a conjoint meeting Sunday night and tho members listened to an Interest ing lecture given by Ernest U ram Frank Andorson of the A. C. at IOgan, spent a few days her0 this wcok visiting his parents, Mr- and Mrs. Carl Anderson. I Bernard Christenson and Mr. O, A. Thrasher spent Thursday in Salt Lake on business and attendng tho Poultrymen's Convention there. David P. Firmage of Nephi was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, Flrmago here the forepart of tho week. Miss Lillle Shatter was able to re sume her position In tho Co-op on Thursday after an absence ot two weeks, caused by a selge of la grippe. .Misses Elva and Leah Chlpman re turned to Provo Sunday after spend ing tho week end here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stubbs ot Provo woro visitors this week at the homo of Mrs. Btubb's parents Mr, and Mrs. Wra, R. Hanson. Miss Ella Pcnrpd -spent Monday and Tuesday In Provo whore sh0 at tended n school ot millinery held for members of tho Woman's Farm Bureau. Mr. and Mrs. I. I Pratt went to . Provo Thursday to nttond the funeral of tho baby ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Olcnn j Adams, Mr. Pratt being one of tho speakers. Mrs. L, M. Evans will address tho Woman's Farm Bureau Friday after noon, March 17th In the City hall nt 2 .o'clock. Her subject will be "Nur 'sing." All are Invited to attend. -Jacob's Well." This well Is uenr Nnbltn. Syria. It la claimed that II was hewn In the rocl. by Jnctib. A church built over the ell n di'MMji'd during the rMTlnd of tlu eni-wli. o For Windows. If j on would rMillsh your windows, use a mixture of powdered wnstilng blue and liquid ammontn. I'm a little of the mixture nu a cloth and palish. The reKiilt will be very bright windows. I To Start the Day Right Hj j YOU MUST HAVE a substantial breakfast. The H I food you oat should bo easily assimilable; it should K impart strength and energy. . if "When yon wero a "kid" you had tho glorious do- H f sire to bo "up and doing." You can have it again if H; H you cat the proper foods. H'if GOOD BREAD Royal Bread should bo tho H I foundation of every breakfast you cat; and it should Hi be a part of every other meal, because it is a real body Hj builder and ncrvc-euorgi'ing food; there's nothing H, better. I ROAL BREAD 1 teAL The bread -hat made lgi ffi mother cpiit baJdiKj B ' '1 . ; s Is Bread at its best. It will help to bring you cheor- ij ful todays and glad tomorrows. It's so scientifically l made that easy digestion is assured. All Royal Breads Hflftk are sold by Neighborhood Grocers. Wm ROYAL BAKING COMPANY H Wi Usi $100,000 Utah County Hard Wheat Flour AdaoiIIt m i i -.--..- ..--. iinrtim isiiwisiirn y i r ' U AMUSEMENT NOTES The fourth and perhaps greatest Ueorg0 Fltsmaurlco Paramount plc turo, TaylBir the Flper," by Ouida Ucrgoro, will be tho attraction at tho Konlart theatre aoxt Moaduy. This posscssos the same meritorious points that have placed the Fltsmaurlco Pro ductions ot "Ob With the Dance," "The lllght to Love" aa "Idols of Clay" among the best pictures recent ly produced. A faithful dbg provides many of I the most pathetic touches imaginable to William B, Hart's ew production "The Whistle," which will be shown at the Hcalart theatre next Wednes day and Thursday, Llttlo Oeorgie Stone is aeon na the boy who was stolen fsomhls parents by Robert Evans (Mr. Hart) when his own child Is killed through ncgllgen co in protecting shaftiBg.ln the fac tory owned by the father of tho lad. lEvans rescues the child from drows ing and takes the boy away to rear him as his own boy wa reared, "to Jump at the sound ot the whistle." . Thrills and laughter are happily eomblaed in Dorothy Dish's latest comedy, "The Ghost la tho Garret, which will be shown at the Rcolart 'Saturday. That this Is one of tho bestt icomedles in which Miss Olsh has been seen for many months all hor admir ers will agree after they hav0 seen tho picture. n . NEVIN NATIONAL NEWS MOTS' FKOX WASHINGTON Washington, March 9 Irrigation farmers ot Utah and other sections of the west will bo enabled to negotiate first mortgage loans on their property if if congress passes a bill for that pur. pose which comes up before the (House this week. y The law as it bow stands makes the water charges a first lien again st tho property. It la proposed to I1 amend this so that the water charges will be primarily a liability of the , district served. Congressman Leatherwood, in com menting upon the bill explained that th0 object of the change In the law was to enable the farmers to negotiate loans through the Federal -Farm Loan I Banks, and the member banks ot the Federal Reiorvo System, which can not be done nt the present tlmo be cause the water charges constitute a first lien against th0 property. Tho bill providing an extension of time for payment of construction and maintenance charges on rcclaimatlon projects passed tho IIouso last week. I .... Increased Irrigation for Utah Is bo- Ung urged upon tho officials ot tho Interior Department by memobra of tho Utah Congressional Delegation1, and Congressman Leatherwood has recoived ossuranco that more liberal appropriations will be recommended for that purposo in future j James M. Whltesldes, ot tayton, and Archibald Stuart, ot Bingham Canyon lmvo been nominated for postmasters at those places. o Notice to Contractors Separato bids for tho Gcnoral Con tract, and for tho Electric wiring for tho Carneglo Library building to be oroctcd at American Fork, Utah, will b0 received by tho American Fork Li brary Board, nt Amorlcan Fork, Utah, until 2M5 p. m. Wednesday, March 29, 1922. Contractors In Utah County and South apply to Secretary of tho li brary Board at Amorlcan Fork for plans. Contractors In Bait Lako County and North apply to Ware, Treganta & Cannon, Architects, for plans. Each application for plans must bo accompanied by a check for 110.00 payable to Waro, Treganza & Cannon, which chock is to bo forfeited in cnao ot falluro of tho contractor to submit a bid and to return the plans and specifications on or boforo tho tlmo sot for opening bids. Ench bid must bo accompanlod by a cortlfled check for not less than thrco per cent (3) ot tho amount of tho bid, payablo to tho Amorlcan Fork Library Board, which check is to bo forfeited In tho event ot tho contractor falling to sign a satisfac tory contract and furnish a satisfac tory bond within ten days from tho tlmo ot the awarding ot tho contract. For further particulars see "Notlco to Contractors" attached to the speci fications, The right Is reserved to reject any or all bids. CLIFFOIID E. YOUNG, ll-3t Secy, ot tho Library Board. I A COPPER WASHeE for a Silver Dollar feSTS The New Improt Kffli.A - I I9kja?- ""-! taJBBBr Auto Made ijiffiF w&: BBBS-HsHHBn(ITinrnSBVBBMI jBB L Electric- Washer WmlBIBHB1 Jk w!i A Wonderful T?3sP H5f Many nbwi Washer Made i2::rJnTi(iXj - I ' ' 1 Jr 20year8mesjHWp" Better W X I r-fliH UL N . 'greatest w&aUHi bale ? 7 ! machine vilsjBri ltraW i w, wo have erSBt oro". . , found. B"" " SPECIAL TERMS IHPsfc our customers-own H-B1 for March Only lM: " on any Monday moriiiBue,11 by tho AutoMatic eleiH' vTl.cc! ' d1 DOWN AND ' RS&"h3gl K I ; iTm.. placed cud to end, thMSf PA $5 A MONTH ffituoarXSlfc raiv iw w j . . m- .- i.kr . from Salt Lako Cl U Order Yonr New Improved AutoMatic NOW !.! Butte. Montana! Mn m' . . ( Foi B-SJBJHBjBBjB-i .HfOr SB-HcTtl ' Utah Power & Light Company Jj "Efficient Public Service" Wfc, Ijjm AtBAH!AtAICAU?AUi4A5 auia'ia aai auaiaiam aiaia IKAIKAIBAIIbV'bCL. NATIONAL FOREST . GRAZING FEIS PAYABLE ON INSTALLMENT PLAN ! As a measure of relief to live-stock owners who have suffered from the widespread depression in tho cattlo fend sheep industry, the Secretary o 'Agriculture, on the recommendation of ihe Forost Service has waived tho requirements that grazing fees on stock using National Forest range bo fpald 30 days In advance ot tho begin ning of the grazing poriod. Undor the now regulation stockmen this year will be permitted to pay tho amount of feos In two Installments, first pay ment to be made on or before th0 date the stock enters tho National Forest hnd final payment on or before Dec ember 1, 1022, without interest on tho deferred amount. Grazing permits will bo Issued at 'tho time of first payment, but each (permit will contain a stipulation that (falluro to mako final settlement by Docomber 1, will bo causo for tho ro ivocntlon of grazing preference, to gether with iho institution ot legal action for th0 collection of tho vaule nf the forngo consumed. ( In 1921 over 38,000 live-stock own iors grazed 2,129,500 cattlo and horses , (end 7,455,600 sheep and goats large lly In tho National Forests ot the iWostorn States. ' ' o U. OF U. NOTES Dy tho aid of mental tests that have boon devlsod by the psychology de partment of tho University ot Utah, moro than -100 former service men who aro being furnished frco school ing nt tho University by tho Govern ment, aro being holpcd to find their right vocation. Special tosts aro bolng given tho ox service mon to determlno both their gcnoral Intolllgonco and their stabli Ity or tho rat0 of upbuilding of tho norvous system. Dy this moans tho capacities ot tho mon 'nlll bo found nnd their class programs may bo or .rnnvod so as to adapt tho Individuals to their specific work. j "Wo nro getting good results from tho tosts'l declared Professor Geo. i S. Snoddy, bead ot tho University psychology department. "Tho best test, wo find, is tb0 stability tcst-ono which has been workod up hare nt tho University." Many ot tho shell hocked mon are low In stability duo ko n destruction of nervo contors by ) terrific stlmule whllo at the front. These men must have special cours es and their programs are now bo 'lng arranged so as to accomodate helr montal capacities. Tho ex-service men aro studying in tho schools of medlcino, law, engineer ing, arts and sciences, commerce and 'finance, nnd education at the Unlvcr ,slty. j OpKOKOW50KXKOXO j Painting and I Paperhanging Lot J. W. Vier and Sons m do your Spring work. 2 S A full lino of wall paper 0 ,0 books brought to your ? g homo by request. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable k I J. W.Vier w American Fork, fc I koxooxo5r!os:o?;omoko? ' ASSESSMENT NOTICE NO. M 'H b raclflc Gold MlaJa ni Mining ,' An ( pnny, Principal Place of ilnihMVnH - American Fork, Utah. H TC " lBBl ft Notlco Is hereby given that at a knoetlng ot the Directors ot th abort JLa named company, held on the 6th itJHL of March, 1922, assessment No. (0 &(Bj 110.00 per 1000 shares (one cent P" share) was levied on tho capital ? 'stock of tho corporation, payable hv ' (mediately to H. C. Johnson, SocreUrr, ;) nt his office, Amorlcan Fork. Utal. Any stock upon which this asscssmaet remains unpaid on April 15, 1922, wOl I u delinquent and advertised tor sale , at public auction and unless paymeit ,H lis made boforo, will be sold on Mot- !day, May 8, 1922, at 4 o'clock p. ' at the ottlce of the Secretary, t H Amorlcan Fork, to pay the dollnqueet H assessment, together with tho coit ot '- H advertising and expense ot sale. H H. O. JOHNSON, Secretary. ' First pub. March 11 Last April M ' fl Hlghost price paid for clean rs M firing them to this office. AI j PraKEMBROODER COAL I j I and Lumber to Build the Coop I I Buy of the !(. Mutual Coal & Lumber Co.