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H (Pal&uj Saloonl
H I G. J. Sinclair. & Co. I i
H Dexter, Bourbon and Rye I
H Whiskies. I
H Pure Liquors for Family j !
H Trade a .
H Utah and Eastern Beers I
H Billiards and Pool, fl
M 1 Wlitn in Town
H f Give Us a Calif
H l?McHcau Fork, Utuhl
M 1 Tolophono 27X. I
I fThe Star Saloon
WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS
M J. F. Gotittcr, Bourbon and
Ms' Crystal Brook Rye
V Salt Lake Beer on tap.
H Eastern Beer of all kinds.
M Family Trade Solicited
I ' POOL AND BILLIARDS
."Mtrchnnt SI.. Amrrlctn Fork, Utah
I BARBER SHOP
M ip wit rr.KAsn you tri.i. othkra,
H - - IV VK DON'r PLKASU VOUTKI.L. US.
H Two Chairs
H OPEN ALL DAY
ftv S. WOODS, L'rop.
H REMEDY. (
PpH Aulonrf ptemnt curt for
H Canker Soro Throat
H and Soro Gums.
1 Every bottle guaranteed
M Sold exclusively by
M AMOUCAN rORK. . UTAH
m Curront Tlmo Tabic.
H EAST HOUND.
H rfn. B-Kor Slim City, KurrUn.Tiiy.
iH sou mill Intennwlliitn point, 6:.VI it.ni (
iH Nn. 10-For Mryvalr, Kluhnttlil
PH Manll, Mount I'IchmM. I'rovu uuil In I
PH toriuodlat h) I n W, riettri h.!i a,
H WEST HOUND.
M No. I For Ugiled, Halt l.akr-, Illng.
H ham, Lhl and InUrniwIlnlu points do-
H paitx l'Ji3l p. m.
H No 7 -Pur Bull Uko, WnRliam I.alil .
H and Intermediate IjIuU Ut-KirU d.55
H No. O.-For Halt Ukr, l'urk City,
Lehi and lntrimdlte point dopartt i
1 i:M p. m. I
H Connections mado t Provo, Rrrlnz-
H TllluandTlilitluJct. with all throujjli ,
M rmt-tmund trulun.
All tlirnuuli Ualiu cotrj dlnnlnc and
L tleoplti; car.
B Conuoctloni made t Ogdeit for nil
H 6. K, nooi'RK, G. P. fi T. A.
Il I, A. JlKNToK, Gen. Agt. Paw Dcpt.
fM 0. A. Stouiui Local A goto.
American Fork, - - Utah
Published every Saturday. i
w. i), lovkm:hh, I'ltop. '
"Entered Muy, Ttli. 10015 nt Aint-rl-:un
Fork, Utah uh M-conil-eliira rniilKir,
under Act of CniigrcMi of Miirch .'trd.
Milivrition In advnnec, 1 y'ar. .$1.C0
ix iiuitii tiM "'r
''brt'' moiitliB fi"
AROUND THE TOWN. (
fleonre Hemphill has accepted
a position as local .solicitor and
collector for the Independent i
John I.uchi ex-de)iity SherifT
of Provo is aHsisliiitf in the book
keeping department of the Amer
ican Fork Co-op.
The cold wmiUkt of tliu past week
Iiiih worked ooiiHidprublu luirdslilp upon I
llie fiirmirH who hne not limaheil tfu-ir '
licol hnrvfut. WiihIi (Milpiniiii of thin
city linn n tlvo ncre patch Hint i frozen
up no lmrd it will Ik' nest to impowolilu
to dur IIhiii. The Li'lil Simiir factory
Iiiih Ii fly tifres htill in the Kiound.
If you have not purchased a j
Neck Vur. come and see our line;
American Fork Co-op.
The pint week Imn jjiven n record of
the rolili'dl Noveinlier weather In eiRlil
If yon have a fat 1 1 or, Veal or
Heaf consult K.H. Holey.hopays
hii,rhet cash price.
Mrn F. M. Ilrown left Wednesday
mornlnir for tin extended visit at Salt
Try u nlns of Cnlifornin OrimKi
cider. Fic cent u jjlass, at Lowe
Mr. J. I.. Dunkley and children 8icnt
the week with her niiilurMrs J. S. Kirk
of Salt Lake.
Pure homo made sogum at the
American Fork Co-op.
Martin Ambrose and V. I).
Stewart returned home the first
of the week from a trip in north
ern Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Highest cash price paid fut
ilities and Pells--E. II. Holey.
John Walker ot Highland las
moved his family to Idaho.
Mr nnd Mrs Irn Thornton arc
hnck to their homo town after n
residence of three years nt lonn,
1 you try our mince pie ami cof
fee, you will continue to ask for
tlicin, Lowe & Co.
W. S. Greenwood and wife of
Linden spent part of the week
visitinf? relatives in this city.
Fresh shrimps nnd Oysters re
ceived every Thursday evening -I-:.
Mrs Iwa Adorns of the Holey
Mere, has been confined to her
home part of the week with la
gripi. See the Cole's Hot Hlast- High
oven Ranges nt the Co-op.
Thomas II. Adamson of this
city nnd Miss Pearl Ceristophers
Um of Lehi were married at the
home of the groom's parents here
Need a u'ood cuthnrlle? Aplll ! hunt
Suy i pill like DeWUt'H l.ittlo Marly
Itixcr. Aliout the numt reliable on the
mai Let. Sold by th American Fork
Jacob (iiwmvood pont Ttes
dY tit Salt Lake City.
I See the window display of new
Fleece Down, for Winter Komo
es Am. Fork Co-op.
Mr Homt Uromley returned
homo from hiugham Canyon
TmumIiiv ovenitik fter a weeks
visit with relativeft there.
LA I) IKS-1 1 will p.iy yi
see me lifforu Imying 'ur lull in'
Winter Suit ot io.it.; Mi" W. 12.
Mrs William Brookbush of lor a,
1 idttho is making an extended vis
The Co-on's display of Thanks
giving Tablo Linen is about the
nicotit thing out.
Mm-ringo licences have been
isavwl to Walter Chipmnn of this
cttynhd Mia UotJti Poulson of
Miwj Emma Greonwood spent
Thurwlay at Provo with friands.
A ton pound baby boy was born
1 to Mr owl Mrs Charloa Miller
Amos Thornton after living
five vears at Ioim. Idaho has mov
ed hltr family back bore, he baa
concluded that Amorican Fork is
good enough for him.
Cull at Lowe &Co. for hot scotch
pie, 5 cents each.
The I). & K. G. p.iBBcnger train No.
H run into, and killed three beef BtccrB
Monday evening, just tho other side of
I.ehi. The train was delayed forty-five I
minutes in Inking tho mnnglcd crittcru
from beneath the train. I
Piles quickly nnd jxj.sitivcly cured with
Dr Shwip'H Magic Ointment. ItBmndo
for piles alone and it does the work
guiiily and with satisfaction. Itching,
painlul, protruding or blind piles disap
pear like magic by tho its use. Large,
Nickel Cnjiped jars, CO cents. Sold by '
the American Fork Drug Co. and Will
iam 'I li'irnton.
P. T. Henry of the Aincrlcnn Fork .
Drug ( 'o. made a business trip to Pro
Henr; Mueklin is home after
spoiu Img the past summer at
Th.4 Chipman hack meets all '
tt nn ,i- i. p'Hiiit 6-J
Mr and MrsC. W. Pulley spent
part of the week at Salt Lake as
the guests of their daughter Mrs ,
Ida Shelton. J
l'.ii a nn'. en, ii coffee ami ,i j
hot pie e.ill at Luwe & Co.
P.en Moffett and Earl Varnoyj
'eft this week for Eureka where
they will be employed.
SKWINtl MACIUNK-Nowonil lat
ent Improved; not hold lit trust price,",
)on e.iu nlToril to own one. Grant'
John Kobinson has been confin
ed to his home part of the week
Our line of men's dress shirts
can't be equaled in the City
American I'ork Co-op.
Mrs James Chipman of Salt
Lake spent the week with rela
tives in this city.
(!ood for everything n salve is used
for and especially recommended for
piles. That is what wo Bay of DoWitta
Witch Hazel salve. On tho market for
years and a standby in thonsnnds of
familieH.Get DeWitfs. Sold by Ameri
can Fork Drug Company.
Albert Gardner spent part of
the week at HebcrCity.
All the latest Four-in-hand tics
can bo found at the American
J.J. Jackson made a business
trip to Salt Lake City Wednesday.
Cash paid for farm produce at
the Co-op.; '
T. S. Friday was a visitor""
Salt Lake City, Thursday.
American Fork Co-op shipped
several car loads of potatoes, this
Fresh Fish, Salmon, Striped
Ilassand Hallibut, eyery Friday,
-E. II. Boloy.
Mr Joseph Lloyd of Rexburg,
Idaho spent Wednesday in this
Lost A pair of spectacles in case;
sutiewhero between Second Ward meet
ing house and Main Street. Koturn to
Mrs Adams at lioley Merc, and receive
Payson is in darkness these
nights owing to having no coal to
run their plant.
A great rush of teams fooir
cleansed tin two carloads of coal
received by Thornton & Son,
Wednesday morning. No telling
when more will arrive.
It is no use going to Provo for
a marriage licence when Ebinezer
Hunter, Justice of fie Peace, Nc-;
tary public and Deputy County
clerk can furnish you with licnco
and nmry you saving you con
Miss Rosa Durrant entertained
her friends Monday evening in
honor of her 13th birthday. The
time was spent in plaj ing games
and pullingcandy.after which re
freshments wore served.
Cut price sale of Stationery
now on at American Folk Drug
If you write letters be sine and
secure your stationery at Ameri
can Fork Drug Co.-Cut i rice
sale now on.
Miss Ruby Thornton is visit
at Lehi with Mrs Roy Roberts.
Huy a Rrissels Carpet Sweeper
tho only thing- no dust, Ameri
can Fork Co-op
Preventics, as tho nnmo impUes,prc
vent nil colds and grippu when, "taken
at sneeze stngc."
Preventics are toothsome candy tub
lets. Preventics dissapates all colds
quickly, nnd taken early' when you first
l eel that a cold is coming, they check
andiirovent them. Preventics are thor
oughly safe for children, nnd as eiree
tual for ndulta. Sold mul recommend
ed in 5 cent and 25 cent boxej by the
American Fork Drug Co. and Wullnm
I Use tho "Lisk" granit wnro
best mado; large nssoitmcnt, nil
Hizea at American Fork Co-op. ,j
Basket Ball Game at Provo
Round Trip 50 Cents '
On account of the basket ball
game at Provo to-night between
the Y. M. C. A. of Salt Lake and
the B. Y. U. of Provo, the San
Pedro will make a special rate.
Special train loaves American
Fork at 7:0(5 special returning
after I ho game and dance. Tick
ets good date of sale only.
Marie, the three year old dau
ghter of J. B. Forbes is suffering
with what is thought to be pneu
monia. Laura Boley spent the first of
the week at Salt Lako City.
George T. Judd of Provo has been
appointed to fill tho vacancy as Deputy
Shenir of Utah County, occasioned
by the resignation of John Ilunchi.
Shenir Harmon will now bo under the
necessity ot appointing still another
deduty on account of Deputy Barnttt
taking up government work in Ncvadn.
The finest line of Iron Beds
ever carried by us can now be
scon in our furniture department
American Fork Co-op.
If you liko coltee but dare not drink
it, try Dr Shoop's Health coffee. It
is srue that renlcolfce does disturb the
stomach, heart and kidney's. Hut Dr
Sliuop'ti Health Colfee lias not a grain
of irue coiree in It. Being made trom
parched grains, malt, etc., it forms n
wholesome, food-like drink, yet having
the tiue flavor of Old Java and Moclm
"ColToe. "Made inn minute." Call at
our store for n free sample. Sold by
American Fork Drug Company und
Win. 'I hornton.
An entcrtninment was given Thur
day evening under the auspices of the
Fourth Ward Sunday School. After tin
interesting program was listened to,
the ladies served hot chocolate and
cake. The object of tho ocnss'on was
to raise means to secure a large mirror
to place in the entrance of the building.
An enjoyable time was had by all.
I'youwitnt to mibietttio fo.- any of
tho lemPng magazines or per.udlculx,
tipeiiU t William Grant, tluiiiuvss man.
.-in- Ip'lo wi i ' ii'iV'i 1 1) Mi
Gi ii ' i' ht ltiz ii
' The new Puro Food nnd Drug Law
will mark it on the label of every cough
cure containing ojiium, chlorotorm, or
any other stupifymg or tioisonous drug.
But it passes DrShoop's Cough Cure
as mado for J0 years, entirely free.
Dr'Shoop's Cough Curo is absolutely
safe forme youngest babe -and itcures
It does not simply suppress, Get a
safe and reliable Cough Cure, by simp
ly insisting on having Dr Shoop's. Let
tno law be your protection. We cheer-
JJljvjOcommond and sell it.- American
pTJTjjrujj Company and Wm, Thornton
Clerks and nttaches of the Oregon
Short Line's auditing department have
received the expected raise In their
wages. There is no uniform increase,
tho difference being from $5 to $25 per
month. Tho increase is regulated large
ly by tho position held, Tho ralro
means nn Increase of $13,000 in tho tot
al money dtstribttcd in the auditing de
partment in Salt Lake. The raise wos
vo'eatary upon the part of tho railroad
und was nrrianged In view of the steady
increnso in tho cost of living In the
w,est, und particularly In Salt Lake.
The wages of the nttaches of tho audi
ting department range from $.W to $.60
The Utah nnnklng company opened
In Amerlcnn Fork Inst woek wording
to announcement. James II. Clarke,
assisted by Francis C. Tyng are In
charge. Tne gentlemen report the busi
ness being received In meeting with
entire satisfaction to tho company,
tho quarters aro being fitted up with
elegant olllco furniture. Some excel
lent views of American Fork canyon
adorno tho walls.
Hvory child has a right to such nncti
ucation as will qualify for life's dune?.
This Is recognized as a patriotic duty of
tho state. The permanence of our polit
ical institutions depends on tho intelli
gence of our cit.zem-hip. "Tho bnye
nets of foreign soldiers are less to bo
feared than aro the ballots of ignorant
voters." Tho wellfare of the state de
penda more on the moral nnd religious
training of her citizens than on their in
tellectual training, yet the state inukes
no provision for this moral dlslpline.
In some cases it makes it dificult or
even Impotsiblo toaecuro the moral und
rcl'glou training of the mind nt all.
There must bo a training of the mor
al sensibilities, purticularly tho w.ll.
Not all this is the duty of the church,
but the largest purt is the function of
home. Every child deprived, by what
ever means, of this education und train
ing is defrauded of an inallonnble
right, nnd when ho comes into tho in
heritunco of his citizenship mny lie de
pended upon to avenge himself on the
society thnt perpetrated the fraud upon
him. In deference to the views of In
tulels, atheists mid others, the llitne is
cast out of tho public ft h wis, und nil
school bioks nre stripped lme of every
thl ig that might tend to build up una
Btiengthcuthuchdd's moral character.
It is cruelty to withold from children
this higher and greiiUr training. Child
ren have rights which the state is bound
to respect. It disregards them utits
,. own peril
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I In the Name of Sense, I
m that good common sense ft
I of which all of us have a
) share, how can you continue I
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' stale and dusty as they must I
W be, when for 5 you can get I
I Uneeda Biscuit I
m fresh from the oven, protected w
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n&v NATIONAL BiSCUlT COMPANY Ml
-vSouk IVoplo arc
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 Jby reading them.
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A FORK" V HOoV MANAGERS
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