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H THE TIME IS DRAWING NEAR H When You will bo Looking for H X-MAS PRESENTS H ON H James Martin, H - Watchmaker & Jeweler H . MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS EARLY It's the Gunrnntcc that Counts H i When You Purchase a A DIAMOND, WATCH H ; OR CLOCK H. or Any Thing in tlio V JEWELRY LINE H Ytu want to Know You nro Purchns- Bfcj. ing from A Unliable Jeweler. Hl Goods Nought of us nru Hacked by Hfl Guarantee- ns Good us Government H FINE WATCH REPAIRING. H James Martin, Tho Jeweler H Th Clock sign titeait at Co-op tlore, H ' ' MAINISTREET AMERICAN FORK H " a H The Wedding Cake m and Birthday Cakes can be H made to your order on short notice. JA good stock of L Coffee Rolls, Buns and cakes H I always in stock at our store. SM 1 Buy Bread from our Bak- rH I cry, it is free from all adultcr- fJH M ations usually put in bakery Hf ' productions to give a good K appearance, etc. JCail up B Ind. 'Phone I26A, H American Fork City B Bakery, T JOHN T. GUDGEON, Prop.J K I AMERICAN FORK j K ! 1 LIVERY & TRANSFER : A. Giiii'MAM, rropr. iiii , , A Good Rlffi, both ilnfflo and H double, for all occMlona. c K ; Sleighs In Season j j. a ; Horici Fcdl Phone call 6a! V V V Hack meets all Trains. HjJv Beautiful Horto In attendance, !, Dr Terms Itoaionablo j' H, i Open Day and Night I B fjem-iBBB-'i--BBB--i ; PRESCRIPTION WORK H . It undoubtedly one oftlicmost M important (tranche of the drug L J trade. K n pcmcriptioit i 111. KDi led iiinucurnlcly nr from infer. B J ior tlni;, the rcMihs hoped M for hy your plipicliin will not H f H Whan the Doctor write H down tho tiamn ol u diui; H or mudlclno together with H thn correct proportion H thuro ahoiild Iki no iloulit H I about thu compounding of H tho M $ When ynti bring J pmcrlption M k ! licrc you may rtht nsMiuii thiit p Jk what the Doctor cilia for M I joii will itircly receive. 1 " WM, THORNTON H' Druggist If ' - B IF ITS A GOOD GRADE OF M new STOCK B Groceries B Fresh Meats H or Produce H, VOU WANT. GO TO THE ' PALACE. A SPECIALTY IS H MADE OF SUCH THINGS. H IF YOU HAVE NOT TRIED H IT, GO TO.DAY TO THE PALACE MARKET H Alma M. Smith, Proprietor. I School Notes. (By School Correspondent) FACULTY MEETING Faculty meetings are held each Tues day at 4 p. m. Tho question at this week's meeting that called forth most discussion was tho ono concerning the close grading of pupils In our schools. Time of institute was announced and examination questions that had been received from tho .ounty were given out for the grades. Tho subject of moral teachings was dwelt upon at somo length and to what tho teachers hope will be some definite help. Par ents should assist In every way possible in this vital matter. The appropriate school room and decoration wero dis cussed. Rev. Wiltlman Murphy visited the school Friday morning and spoko a few minutes at tho General Assembly. G.M. Marshall, Professor" of tho Eng lish Langusge In tho University of Utah, will address our citizens nnd school patrons next Friday evening at Scienco Hall. HARRINGTON. Miss Durrant'a Beginners are now reading from their books. Tho child (Iron are taking a great interest in the work. Miss Owen's pupils lead ingood at tendance this week.. She thinks what tho board has said has ma do an impres sion upon thu school. Tho Second Grado In Mrs McCnrty'H room nro taking up, "History of the Pilgrims," in their language work. The pupils of Miss Greenwood V room have been painting sunsets. They are fine. This week Miss Holmnn's pupils, tho Third Gradc.have lead In regularity. Tho Fourth Grado has been trying It's skill in painting Bunsets. MlssOrmond says they are excellent. Wo think so too. They nro studying erosion in connect ion with Geography in Miss Ormond's room nt present. They took a walk In tho fields for tho purposo of studying the rocks. Thoy collected somo good samples, which thoy will take up later. Miss Peterson reports a good attend nnco this Week. Her boys nnd girls nro beginning to mako Thanksgiv ing baskets. Sho cordially invites the school patrons to visit her and observe tho work being done in her grade. FORRES. Tho members of tho English Grado have taken up a new subject In Arith metic. They think when they leave tho subject they will know a great deal about tho Motrle System. We, tho Eighth Grado, think that wo will all bo professional painters (never) when wo get through with tho subject. Tho Eighth Grado wero startled last Monday at tho cntrancoof a small cat that stopped at ono of tho students desks and began to cry. Tho student took it from tho room and cvory elnco it has been known ns a Thomas cat. We. the Sixth Grade, have taken nn examination to find just whero wo stand in tho Grado. Wo expect to mako two sections on account of tho inequality of tho Undents. Hy continuous cITort we may all unito In work in tho spring. Wo havo memorized fivo beautiful Koms. Miss Owen la teaching us n pretty Thanksgiving song. HIGH SCHOOL Thu attendance for tho last week has very much imptoved, somo of the stu dents of last year having again enrolled. Tho English II. class has taken up thu story of Julius Ciena r as a classic. They nro now reading it through lmr ridly to get tho gist nf the story. The second reading will bo for ex passion and analysis. The English A students arc studying IVnnywin'H Idyoll of tho King. They havo almost completed tho tlrst part: tho story of Gurcth and Lynettu ami nro looking forward with pleasant an ticipation to tho rending of "Lancelot and Elaine. Thellasket Hall Roys havo been train ing so diligently of Into Hint there is no room for thoughts of defeat in the minds of tho students. Our Artist, Clyde Croockston, has made it deautiful drawing of thu "Horn of Plenty" Uxn tho blackboard in the Assembly Room. SUMMONS. In thu Dlttrlct Court of tho Fiiirth Judicial DlbtrUt, Stato ol Utah Silting In and for Utah County. IlwhUPotoi-Hon, Plaintiff) Alias vs, Carl U. Petorron, Dw- Summon fondant i ) Tho Statu of Utah to ald Defendant: Yoi are Horoby Hummoned to a pear within Iwouty days after tho wr vlco of thU summoiu upon joii, If servoi within the County In which I this action Is brought, otherwlio, with In thirty days after service, and defend tho above untitled action, ami In cao of your falluro so to do, Judgement will bef rendered ajjmim you according to the domund of complaint, of which a copy Is herewith airvod upon you, ROBERT ANDKUSON, Attorney fur PlalntllT, PosUiflko address, Rooini IS and 14, F HlocV, Provo City, Utah Coun- t) V cation Oct, 27, lOCfl) i Tho man who pays his debts and his taxes may be u blessing or a curse to the community. It depends on what else he docs. In making this state ment it is to be understood that by the word "debt" Is meant tho ordinnry cush obligation which n man incurs in tho transaction of his business. There arc men who appear to bcllevo that so long ns they aro not indebted to their neighbors for goodtt purchased, or tho municipality or the state for the last tax levy they have discharged their whole duty and nothing more can bu naked of them. But in lunlityu man's duty to his neighbor is limited oidy by his power to do his neighbor good, and his duty to the community by his abili ty to be of service to it. The commun ity in which the prevailing statement In "What do I get out of It?" Is ono that does not and cannot prosper. NOTICE TO WATER USERS. Statu Engineer's Olllco, Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 20, 11KM5. Notice is hereby given that David Mitchell, whose iost ollico address m American Fork, Utah, has made appli cation in accordance with tho require ments of chapter M8, Session Laws of Utah, P.MI,ri, to appropriate two ('J) cub ic feet per second of water from Milch ell Hollow, Utah County, Utah. Said water will bo diverted by means of a dam and a ditch, ut u point which lies lUI feet west and LW feet north of tho northeant corner nf Section 10, Town ship f south, Range 1 east, Salt Lake bnso and meridian, from where it will be conveyed for a distance of ti.GUO feet and there used from April 1 to Octolter 111, inclusive, of each year to Irrigate IK'iO acres of laud embraced in Section 10, Township 5 south, Range 1 east, SnltLakebase and meridian. As much of said water as may be necessary will bo used from Nov. 1 of each yenr to March HI, inclusive, of the year follow ing for domestic purposes. This appli cation is designated in tho State Engi neer's olllcu as No. JftM). All protests against the granting of said application, stating the reasons therefor, must lo made by allldavit in duplicate and 11 led in this ofllcu within thirty (:h)) days after tho completion of the publication of this notice. Caleb Tanner, Stato Engineer. Dnto of first puhllcatidn Novembir 17th, date of completion of publication December 17th. NOTICE TO WATER USERS HUto Knslnprr's Offlrr. Sltt.keClt7,Utli. NcncintKTiiUtW. Nollr I hcrrtijr iiltrii that DurM WueMAfl ami John A.WmnUIT, wh(.ep.liinko wUlriKv I Amrrlmu fork, Ututi.lmre mmlc Hifutlont In ncfortUnce with llioiniilrriiiriiiiir( hnpt r IW, Mrlim l.awntif Uuh, ltu to aiipni ptlnooni" (l)riililo (not r n'ouid nt ttnitr (rotu Onk lIprlPKt. Ulnli County, I'tuti. Salil Hprln(frltuUl nt nolnl wlilih Ilea IO (ret rt unit ,! (rrt mil Hi Iroin tliotmitli wr.t corner of hrrtlon XI, Tonlill koiiiIi, llnnifol wrl, Kill l,kn lnti ntul inciMUn (rum whew It will tx" convcjcil for ilUlunrn of II.Vi) (ritsiwt lh re umt from Match It to OcIoIkt I&, liulil'lic, otmrh year. In Irrlfito (i)irrro(Unlriiilimrrit InhrdUm m. Town hip S Miutli, llntiKP 1 wrt. Slt I.SHn liu.i ami inrrlitlmi, Aniurh otMl.l w4tcr si ni) lworTrr hIII Imj met ttoin (Vlolx-r lAul ftchxor lo Htili II, Inclusive, of the yrnr (ollowlnif, fur lUimrtllc iuri. 1 lii ii rallun l ilr.lunaliil In I ho hlatc KniiliurrV omcraN, K"(. All iruli't ugjln.l the cranllnu of mIi! ap Iillrallon, ltttln' the rokon then fur niustlv mailn bramiUlllniliiillrat(i and lllnl In thl oftlre lthln Ihltljr i iIujm alter tho ioui.le llun of the I'Utillcallon ,( thin not lie. CAI.r.llTANNIIIt, Mule Cnulnrir. Kite nf f!rt inihlleatlnn Nov, mlxir Ulh iUteolcoin.flniiol iullli'jlln Iter, 17th. NOTICE TO WATER USEn8. Stale Kiu'lnrrr a Oftlrr. hall Ukei'llT. t'tah. Nr. I", l Nolliela hetrb) glru that (., I,, Nunn nhnse ist oltlce uihlrem I'nirn, (Mali, hut ina'trappllralloii in aerml.mrf lth thn rr iiilrliient of L'luptrr tin, Srlon ,w, Utah, 1Kb, tu uppropiUte fllt.n nj ciihk fi-riper kcoihIoI anr fioiuilunoeiiH-u i;it, 'ouutjr, Utah. haM rlrr will w UUerteil j niein.of alluim awl h iImIIhi, at u b,im from which the iHiflhe! roriier uf hrrtlun .'I Tontt.hlp . komh llunte .Vai, hall ltle h.e ami riiiMIuh lrnr mmiIIi m iir;rr ralMUMert froni xhU'h iImI It will i r..h rpynl fur Bilutanfti'( IJ HJ fiwl uml there unetllriMii January Mo ie4iiiiMr II IihI ic ofiiih jer Inileielop ier fut thu urHM o(rttrlfilliilitlmiUHt irt)xllK tiMrlmri at tarluua cllle ait.1 loH m I'lah. Aim liatInK iMrtiMMllllilnl afl umI IIi aatn III he rrlurntol in the Natural fhainei ui 4lJ atrraiii. at i-mih (rui hkh ibiiuitt rlmriieruf hrclloti ti. l'unklp 4 aotiih rantlt !rl Uar norih litlfk'ife 1 wiiiuli rati lift feel In aitilliioii In lt ler alxnr naine.1. lite apikaal illre. tu aptnuprtatt ouchunilrrtlaiHlfufly tll) tterr rt-rt o( nit.i hlrh ullll"1 lmailil.liravrr avaiUM, iturlnu the prlo.l f mm January I U DrrrHila i Jl.liululve,o( wca year H4 I 4Wrlti. ,e lea.nl (ruui llwe lullm iturln tfce uttue yi, anil uu-U (ur lh aUttt liawnHl purpose alw ia Ihoopt rallun of an AiuallalMi l'4.lu awitr i, , loint of return uiHh-U)w th pli wi,lr ,, water l ue Theohjwtul itw .Wrk-. ) eualliliit llhU i Inrtre Uat ih ., will txi relurBHllo the p lor appraprtatorii i Ibeatrtam wllh out kIxhwhmI llutiuiiuu ThlaappllMlloil la ititMlK In Ihe'Vuie Knk-lnirr.auRUraaNu Vi. All prula.ta aatnt We vraMls of anl .,, p'lcallon kla liu Ihr riatoia itwrifmr n , .i hr n.n.'e U mTIiI t n ilui I ru niln IhlmmruMlhin thiliy X .taia after lie 0"Uiplelloqof Ihopulillratlonof thuNowrr lALMIlANNHt I "lau I ul.,tr I Pate o( (Irtt pulillr Jlioti NotiniWr ITU) uie' coinplttlou of publican M lefwier l"ui DeWitfe Sv SarvT For Piiei Curns, Soros, Now that tho elections are over and the result h known and while tho Pres ident is speeding o'er the flashing brine to study tho Cannl on its own ground, tho country Is looking forward to thu assembling of Congress for the short, sharp, but probably eventful ses sion that must end at noon on Mar. 4, 11)07. 1 here Is no tloubt but that the President's message will mark out n program of legislation that will give Congress something to do, If it is us re sponsive as was the last Congress to ex ecutive suggestion. President Roosevelt's strength has boon confirmed both In the country and nnd in Congress by this election. He is ussuico of it party majority during the re malntler of his term. Those who op posed him have gone down, while the people have embraced opportunites when presented to approve his friends, His hands aro uphold ami there is reason lo belelve that this and the following ses sion of Congreas will emulate the last session In progressive wholesome Icgls latin;.. c- . .. Assessment Notice No. 17. Capital Gold nnd Silver Mining Com panyj Principal place of business, Am erican Fork, Utah, Location of mines, North Tintic mining district. Notfco is hereby given, that at n meeting of the directors of tho above named company, held on tho Kith day of Nov. liXMi, Assessment No. 17 of Xc pec share was levied on the capital stock oMho corporation, payable immediately to A. K. Thornton, Secretary, at his .uUj.ce, American Fork, Utah. Any stock on which this assessment remains tuijteM vj Monday Dec. 17th 10G, will be tleliil vivnt and advertised for sale at punne Hion and unless payment is made bufoi, will bo sold on Monday .innuriry 7th, at 2 p. m. at tho olTIco of A. K. 'I hornton & Son, nt American Fork, Utah, to pny the delinquent as sessment, together with the cost of ad vertising and expense of sale. A. K. Tiiounton, Secretary. Date of first notice Nov. 17, UKX5. i Assessment Notice No. 4. SII.VKItn.ATMININllA M1M.INUCO, I'rtnrlpil plain of huilneii American Fork Utah Notice h hereby given, that a nieetln if tho IMreclorit nf the above namcil company heM nn llio Wh day n( October IK0S, axe.,. incut No. I, of f I.O) per 1000 hare (one mill per alure) wui levied on the capital .lock ol the corporatlun pay abto Immediately to T. E siccle. frcnlary at hUofltcc, American fork! Utah. AnyiOiHkon which thU aiacttmenl remain unpitd on Monday Dec. 10, mo wH bcdelliinutntandadvertl-cdfor aalealpublli lUillouand iinlc., payment la made before will be wild on Monday lice. Si, 1 90S at i ocloct.' p. m. at Ihoomcnnf the Secretary, at American :''!!li,;'k Xo I'" h,llniunl aaaeaamem. J&'i-JjL11 thoo'lor advenl.lng and ex- n. rot kale, T, t:. STKKi.K. Secretary. Iiateof flrat notice Nov. Kith, I9M. i i Assessment Notice No. 10. WIIIIII.WIND MININn A MII.LINO CO Principal place of huilncn American Kork, CUh Notice l hereby given, that t a meet' meottlis Dlrcctora o( the above named com piny, held on the 3rd day ot Oct , IW iictmcnl No. ID, o( ll.-A per looo aharek , icnt per ahare) levied on tho capital .liHkolthororporallon. payable Immedlalel) ji Mephcn Wood.. Secretary, at hla oftlce ttnerlcun I'urU. Ulah. Any atock on which Uil aascaamenl rematna unpaid on Monday Vov ss. IW will bedellniuentandatverlla' xlforateal publlo auction and unlet pay. Jienl la made before, will t .old on Monday "cc IT. IW1 at I o'clock p. m. at the office ifllmSecrtUry, at American Kork, Utah, ti tkirlhedalln'iurnl BHeaamenl, loeeiher with iioinatii(adverlUlnandeipeneo(iale, HTxrHKN wootia, Secretary. Dale of Drat notice Oct, .7, ipou.J Tho best treatment for indigestion .mil troubles of tho stomach is to rest the stomach. It can bo rested by star vaiton or by the uso of a good dlgestnn! which will digest thu ftHnl eaten. Urn aking tho work off tho stomach. At ll-o proper temperature, n singlo ten Hinful of Kodol will wholly dlircst I.0IHI grains offotal. It relieves Oh iiwwnt nnnoyancc, puts the stomach In dnioto wittsfactorlly peform its func Moiih (hmkI for Indigestion. Hourstomnch, latulence, palpation or tho heart and 'Ijspoiwln. Kislol is made, in strict con inrmlty with tho National puro Food and Drug Law. Sold by American Fork Drug Co. Notico of Delinquent Sale. Tito Paelllo Gold Mining A Milline ii. , prlnelnal iihicu ol IniHlnuM, Am rhim iMirk, Utah: ItK-utluu uf mines, ilpliiiiand American Foik Minimi Dl.trh'lH, Notico. There nro delinquent upon ho follow lug ilehcrlbwl sttu'ii on nr omit of Bp.i'N(nit)iit No. 17, of 12 OH per ono thoiiaind ahiiren, levied Oct. l'J, lnntl, thnsoverul umumils sot on. liiMto tho mum a of tho respective khuruholiliirs, as follow : ,N' No. N.m", AmLSharea. Ami. an J, It, Itolmer aai ,,, l sto I , l no i;' SIS J Craig (Oil) -no l.tu It i) fa.o luo ;!, In Iiu) su W NO l&l Hetty Parkon M) ,,,, ! I ll.Cuuiptwll IOJO ..n ItB ' (iu "S, axi J. tV.llall Iiu) iu. y ion ?" JiH " " M IM And hi accordance with the law, and an nider nf llio board of directors, made on the 12th day of Oct., woo ) many nhsnaof each ptucol of sucli luck aa may bo uecehary will bo sold at public aui'llnn at tint dOltv n the w-crelary on Thursday thu 29, day of NOV , lUOtl, Ut ,lu'0tin-K p. ill. to ut lliuilvllniiiciitnMessnieiit thereon, to. olhiT Willi coats of advertising nnd OX.'llhO uf tj.tlc. J. M.TUOKNTON, Bee, I v fgPjy Do you Hesitate Wm$ pHps to mile your home comfortable, because you st(yl JnQ think the expense connected with it will be fwit fnK con'derablc? If you arc trying to save money by not having tne Spl llm nKetltty home comforti, you arc doing injustice to yourself and ftrl (m your family. wk Z)Y A modern bathroom is a necessity and is considered the most if at important room jkl i i " .WaTe and willl K) pleased to quote you prices. Write or call and we will give you Oi the illustrated booklet entitled Modern Home Plumbing." IJW hk ARXHUR ADAMS, M W) THE PLUMBER CrW JOB PRINTING ":nS tr Some People are Very Particular as to the kind of books their children should read. That is why we sell strictly high class MAGA ZINES and GOOD BOOKS which will make one better by reading them. GRANT'S EMPORIUM C Jr&Wwa WOMEN WHO SUFFER M Mk Sick Headache I I For Permanent. Relief 1 m HII1INI acts direct! on tho Uver. It will euro CONSTIP.t W TION, DYSPEPSIA, MALARIA AND CHILLS. It entirely frea m from all poisonous mineral suhataneea, and In composed aelely of V a LIFCCIVING HIRBS. Especially adanted for weak and wear; M constitution; strengthens the woakoned glands and organt, it checkt B M all dtrangements of tho human body. H 1 CURED HER SICK HEADACHE M & Mrs. Josle Cameron, Centrslla Avriuie, Trmple, M Tezai, writes: " I find III5RMN1J gives nieriufck W relief, and take pleasure In rrcnnimcndlng It to all W W women who suffer from tick headache." U M WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL W FUly Cenli A Bottle Avoid Ail Substitute! 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