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UTAH H r I -1 J lilOGIUNDEVPfS H Current Timo Tablo. EAST HOUND. Mr No. &-For Slim City, KurekaPay. B oa and Inteiiiiwllate points, 6:M P.m. H No. 10 For Mwysvale, Klolillold H Mautl, Mount Plcaaant, Provo ud u- B . u-ruitUUW points, di'ru 8.6t a. K WEST HOUND. H1 No. I For 0ln, Halt Lake, Hlng. B, jiiia, Lh and Intermediate points do- H iiU Lh.lH p. m, B. No T - Fur Suit l-ake, Bingham Lntil Br anil Intviuiedlate poltita depart 8.53 H No. 0.-For Halt Latin, Park City, H Lelil and Intermediate ioIiiU doparU H :M p. H Connections mada at Pmvn, Spring j tIIIk aud Thlstlu Jet. with -11 through H uat-bouud traliu. Hi All tlirougli Ualiucairjr iIIiidIiis ami H . ilfopli' car. H j CotiutH.'tioiiK mail at Oden (or all !-"- j point t. ' I H. JC. ITooi-en, 0. V. i T. A. I. A. )IVNTON,Oen. Agt psMDcpt. H C, A. BTuliiiS Local Agouj. i & " , - -M-aw- - rV I' THE CITIZEN American Fork, - - Utah Published every Saturday. W. 1). LOVELEB8, PKOP. "Entorwl May, 27th. 1903 ml Ameri can Pork, Utah u socond-claaa matter, under Act of Congreea of March 8rd. 1879. Subscription In advance, 1 year. ,$1.60 six months 76 Phreu months .60 MJ - AROUND THE TOWN. Postmaster Peters made a business trip to Salt Lake Tues day. John Buchi cx-deputy Sheriff of Provo is assisting in the book keeping department of the Amer ican Fork Co-op. If you have not purchased a Neck Fur, come and see our lino; American Fork Co-op. If you have a fat Hog, Veal or Boaf consult E.H. Boley.hepays highest cash price. CM. Hansen treated tho Citi zen force this week to some very fine specimens of the "Ben Davis' apple. Mr. Hansen raised 400 bu. of this variety this season. M. 0. Randoplh returned home the first of the week from the northern part of the State where he has been working in the inter est of the Live Fence Company. The Public school faculty with the assistance of marshall Logs--don are beginning to enforce the compulsory attendance of all those who come within school age. Try a glass of California Orange cider. Five cents a glas at Low ,tCo. The sugar factory's pay day this week, both for tho farmers and factory hands has put con siderable money in circulation in this neighborhood. If in need of glasses give me a call, I am not here today and Way tomorrow. My prices are within reach and my work is absolutely guaranteed. Dell Chipman. George Summerville who has been having a very Bcrious ear trouble, for which several oper ations have been necessary, is rap idly regaining his health. Pure homo made sogum at the American Fork Co-on. Highest cash price paid for Hides and Pol ta-E.H. Bolcy. Mrs. Rosana Miller who has been sick for some time is getting strong again. If you try our mince pie and cof fee, you will continue to ask for them, Lowe & Co. Fresh shrimps and OyBtcrs re ceived every Thursday evening 13.11. Bolcy. Mrs. Chas. Preston of Twin Falls, Idaho, is here visiting rela tives. Sec the Colo's Hot Blast- High oven Ranges at the Co-op. Ned Wild came down from the Whirlwind mino Tuesday. He brings a good report of the con dition of that property. Ni'cd n good cathartic? Apill is best Kay h pill like DcWitt'a Little Early Itinera. About the most reliable on the market. Sold by tho American Fork Droit Company. A. B. Adams left Thursday for Simpson Springs, where his sheep are now located. Seo tiio window display of new Flccco Downg for Winter Komo es Am. Fork Co-op. The conjoint program as ren dered by the M.I. A. in Science hall Sunday evening drew consid erable favorable comment M.I I. Ingersoll returned home from tho sheepherd Wednesday. IIo reports tho s,heep looking fine. LADIES It will pay you to nee me before buying your Fall and Winter Suits or coats; Mrs V. E. Kennedy. Electa the little daughter of J. B. Miller has been ill this week, but is now improving. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Brinton of Salt Inke wero tho guests last week of Miss Julia Brown. Tho Co-op's display of Thanks giving Table Linen is about tho nicest thing out. Mr and Mrs Andrew Adamson Sr. of Salt Like spent Tuesday and Wednesday in this city. Tho home of James R. Dolmer was tho scene of a social picnic surprise party Saturday night. About thirty of tho relatives and neighbors gathered thero and passed tho evening with games and an impromptu projjram. t t---lSV Mrs. E. McDonald waa at Salt Lake Saturday and Sunday. Frank Groosbeck Salt Lake Route passenger agent was in American Fork Thursday. Call at Lowe &Co. for hot scotch, pies, 5 cents each. Mrs.W.S. Chipman was taken down the first of the week with an attact of appendicitis. She is recovering. Piles quickly and positively cured with Dr Shoop'a Magic Ointment. Its made for piles alone and it docs the work surely and with satisfaction. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disap pear like magic by tho its use. Large, Nickel Capped Jars, CO cent. Sold by the American Fork Drug Co. and Will iam Thornton. Mrs. S.L. Chipman was a Provo visitor Sunday. Sheriff Harmon was a visitpr here Wednesday and Thursday. The Chipman hack meets all i r. tins. Call uk Up; phone 6-2 Bert Pike, the skating rink man of Pleasant Grove spent Thurs day here. For a nice cup of Coffee and a hot pic call at Lowe & Co. C G. Patterson of Taylorsville spent part of the week in this city. SEWING MACHINE-New and lat est improved; not sold at trust prices, yon can afford to ''own one. Grant's Emiorlura. Miss Maggie Po'tter of Bartlette Iowa, who came to American Fork about six weeks ago, for her health and an extended visit with relatives here, returned home Tuesday. Our line of men's dress shirts can't be equaled in the City American Fork Co-op. Mrs E. H. Stout and Mrs W. D. Edmond returned home Sun day after spending a week with Salt Lake friends. Good for everything a salvo is used for and especially recommended for piles. That is what wo say of DcWitts Witch Hazel salve. On tho market for years and a standby in thonsands of famillcs.GctDoWitte. Sold by Ameri can Fork Drng Company. Miss Hazel Robinson of Bing ham is hero visiting with friends. Mrs. H. Dunkley and daughter Cady left Wednesday for a ten day's visit at Salt Lake City. All the latest Fdr-inrhand ties can be found nit-ttIeriAmerican Fork Co-op. ' Mrs. Roy Roberts of 'Lehi spent Tursday in this city. Cash paid for farm produce at tho Co-op. Lester Loveless of Salt Lake spent part of tho week here with his brother W. D. Loveless. IsaacBoley isconvalesingfrom a siege of typhoid fever. Mrs Rosa Bromley left Thurs day for Bingham where she will spend a wceK with her daughter MrsC. J. Wright American Fork Co-op shipped several car 'loads of potatoes this week. Mr. andMre. CG. Wright were visitors at Lehi Sunday. ( Fresh Fish, Salmon, Striped Bass and Hallibut oyery Friday, -E. H. Boley. i Josh Greenwood of Fillmore spent Sunday in this city with rel atives and friends. The Misses Louio and Jennie Bromley spent Sunday at Lehi. Dave, the eight year old son of Joseph Kolley received a badly fractured thl gh last Monday while riding a horse to run Wm. Kelley's cidea mill. Tho alnglo trco broke and flying back struck tho boy with the above result. Lost A pair of spectacles in casoj somewhere between Second Ward meet ing houso and Main Street. Return to Mra Adams at Boloy Merc, and receive reward. Miss Cora Thornton of this city and George Hayes of Pleasant Grove will be married next Wed nesday in the Salt Lake Temple. The Bank of ''Lehi, a branch of The Bank of American Fork has started out with a business that surpasses the expectation of its promoters. Sidney Huish arrived homo Thursday after being away six months in Montana and Idaho. American Fork has been filled , with out-of-town people this week drawn here by the big sales go ing on at the general Btores, Amanda and Liza Chipman gave a dinnerparty Thursday evening in honor of their sister Ida'B birthday. There were sixteen guests present. Tho dec- j orations were pink chrysanthemum and , violets. 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You may noed ono 'fore long. Better como in and and aco me send your order to Tho Royal Tailors and have it made right. My prices are $12, $15, $18 $20, up to $40. For tho same grade of goods and as good tailoring as other tailors get $16, $20, $25, $30 up to $C0. JOS. INGERSOLL 40 Mcrohant Street, American Fork -Utah Whllo beheading chickens Wednes day morning, Bert Miller nearly cut a linger oft. Dr Koblnson found it ne cessary to put in three stlchcs to close the wound. Buy a Brissels Carpet Sweeper the only thing no dust Ameri can Fork Co-op Prcvcntics, as the name !mpllca,prc vent all colds and grippe when, "taken at sneeze stage." I Prevcntlcs are toothsome candy tab lets. Prevention dissanatca all colds nuickly, and taken early when you first feel that a cold is coming, thoy check and prevent them. Prevcntlcs are thor oughly safe for children, and as effec tual for adults. Sold and recommend ed In 5 cent and 25 cent boxes by the American Fork Drug Co. and William Thornton. Use tho "Lisk" granlt ware best made; largo assortment all sizes at American Fork Co-op. Tho finest line of Iron Beds ever carried by us can now bo Been in our furniture department American Fork Co-op. If you like coffee but dare not drink it, try Dr Shoop'a Health coffee. It Is sruo that real coffee docs disturb the atomach, heart and kidney's. Hut Dr Shoop'a Health Coffee has not a grain of true coffee in it. Being made from parched grains, malt, etc., it forms n wholcsomo, food-like drink, yet having the true flavor of Old Java and Mocha Coffee. "Made In a minute." Call at our storo for n free sample. Sold by American Fork Drug Company and Wm. Thornton. It you want to subicilbe for any of tho leading magazines or periodicals, speak to William Grant, the news man. (Subscription will be received by Mr Grant for tho Citizen. Tho now Pure Food and Drug Law will mark It on tho label of every cough cure containing opium, chloroform, or any other stuplfying or poisonous drug. Hut it passes Dr Snoop's Cough Curu as made for 20 years, entirely free. Dr'Shoop'a Cough Curo is absolutely safe for tne youngest babe and It cures it does not simply suppress, Get a aafo and reliable Cough Cure, by simp ly InsUting on having Dr Snoop's. Let tiiii law bo your protection. Wo cheer fully recommend and sell it.-American Fork Drug Company and Wm, Thornton The Rise of Canada. Canada Is no longer a colony the word Is parochial, misleading, obso lete, and sorves but to dull tho Imasb nation. Canada In the last two de cades has liecomn a nation, and more than any ordinary conception of that name can signify. Victoria (I). C.) Tituos. Malnt'a Qm Disappearing. It appears that Maine Is still In need of furthor measures to protect her big game The state cannot bold her own much longer as a hunting ground un less some stops are taken to limit the season. For the last few years about 2,600 deer have been killed annually and 600 raoose. Boston Transcript , i - - AMERICAN AP ERA beck dean f FORK- V HOUSE managers a C ' COMING! THE NEXT ATTRACTION WILL BE "YonYonson" l THURSDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 29. 1 PR ICE 54, 2L SO IS A TOTV A "V h ' g?6d t,me t0 htvt- -7- i -114 I your name placed on tur m I'li JL subscription list M ADVANTAGES OF SUBSCRIBING NOW FOR THE YOUTH'S COMPANION AND THE CITIZEN EVERY NEW SUBSCRIBER WHO PROMITLY PAYS $2.75 FOR A YEAR'S SUB SCRIPTION WILL RECEIVE FREE 1 All the Issues of Tho Companion for the remaining weeka of 11XM. O Tho Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Now Year's doublo'numberH Q The Companion 12-color Four- Leaf Hanging Calander for 1007. VMllaaBlslaBMIHBIBll-ssi-s-BaMH--i-M-H aa If Your "Ad" was in this space others would i READ IT I - Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it Dr. King's New Discovery A Perfect For All Throat and Cure t Lung Troubles. Mwtr baa If It fa. TrUI BottUn Atm. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Curti Cpld, Croup sod Whvoplog Cough. ' i - ' L A-. .8.. Behind in I Their Studies j Bccauno your children aro behind in M their studies docs not of necessity imply that thoy aro stupid. In a M largo percentage of such cases this n seeming stupidity is due to eye- n strain, and a pair of properly fitted , glasses would giAo an equal chance I with their fortunato schoolmates. , I Lot mo set your mind at rest I Dell Chipman, J Optician ana Jewler. if fit r THE ORIGINAL Jm LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP ) for all Couihi and atilttt In ) -T's J!' I ipallinc Coldi from lha iyi- J CUrloj- I Urn br ztntly moJiuj lha Lf tSf"i tuwtli. A certain i i irftl f"' ! I rnllil lor croup and T9B i ,? 7 I whoopinc-couih. WTmy"lW. . couth curat arM9Vl2n(6S9V ft contllpailnr.nKvKQIGffliK f cenlalnlrgOpialHSV YWbMhHI1 Kinnadir'i Laiatlta -P'jaML'JifcB rjk Honty & Tar mottt HRBwJi&' th boweli, contains H I m n Opiam, Wl I I ff KENNEDY'S mM COHT1IKIHO HONEYiETARi mriKiD tTTHi LiaoitToir or M t. O. D.WITT A CO., OHIOAQO, U. . A, V L-iftLuLL--H B PHocuRto and otrcNoro..i . 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