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ws m i ( I r i LBBBbI HHHfl ttfttlTT. -"" "-'-'1 ---- "'' wn.f... , H THE CITIZEN H American F6rk, Utah H Published every Snturdny. H V. D. LOVKLKflS, IMIOI'. "Entered May, 27th. 1003 at Aniwi- H enn Fork, Utah an second-clans matter. H under Act of Congress of March 3rd H 1879. H Subscription In advnnco, 1 year, .fl.fi' H Six months 7A H Three months 60 BBBBBBS BSMBBBBBBBBlBBB'SBBBSBSlBBBBBBBBBSBBMBBBWBBBBSBBBBBBta H Local News Items. H Miss Julia Brown has htiB quit work H at the local lndcpcndcot telephone ex- H change to resume her studies at the B. H Y. U. of Trovo. H We call the attention of our readers Hi to the ad of the Utah Dental Co. in H' this H Alma Wild who was operated upon H several weeks ago for appendicitis if. H again able to be around nnd in about u HBBfl week will go to Ogdcn to continue his H studies at the State deaf nnd dunu Miss Mary A. Ovard, daughter of Mr, H and Mrs. John Ovnrd and Isaac Bintib H Jr., both well known nnd highly res- pected young people of this city, will Hftmj he married on Tuesday September 17. H A reception will bo given them the H Bams evening at the home of the brido'H H Mrs. Abbio Turner of Butte, Mont. H arrived here last night for a few day's H visit with MrB. M. McCoy. ' Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Holdcn left for H their home in Cleaveland, Ohio ycstci- day after spending three month's here H and in American Fork canyon. H Miss Millio Ambrose of this city nnd H John Binks of Springvillu were married H this HftS Mnrringu liccncsc have been Issued to the following couples: I)uis Znbriskie, H Mt. Densant nnd Koso Simpson, Am- H erican Fork. Edward S. Meredith H and Bertha Luon, both of Pleasant H "A Man's Broken Promise" in the H opera house Wednesday night gave H, good satisfaction to a big audience. H K. It. Phippen of Salt Lako will give H n gmnd Churactcr Ball in the Apollo H during October. Watch for tho date. P ( Supervisor, E. II. Clark of tho Suit B I.nko and Wasatch Forest Reserves HHftS Hpcnt Friday in Amcricnn Fork, where H ho arranged with local mechanics to H build n cabin at South Fork, in Amori- H can Fork Canyon, for the forester, Mc- h After an outing lasting forty-fouV days,' in which an overland trip from HHftV American Fork to thu Yellowstone Kn- H IIodhI Park and return, thu following H1 quurtot reached homo Monday: N. A. mmM Larson, Hnrry Adamson, Jeddlo Eldri&- H gennd Ilyrum Hoggard. H Very often a news item is hcnt to HBBJ this ofllce lifter being u week or ten duys old and has lost all value as news. 1 Don't wait until thu following week to HHftV tell us of your visitors, parties, etc. its H wo may And It nccessny to cut them out HHH in preference to more recent pnppen- H Attawcll Wootton, of Midway, who BBJ moved away forty years ago, spent part HHH of thu week here renewing old ncquuin- H tances. Mr. Wootton'H daughter I-'lor- enco accompanied him. H Alfred Robinson returned to I'hiladcl- H phia, Friday to cuntinuo his studies in H meolcinc, A family reunion was held H nt tho old home Thursday evening, H Miss Vino Condor spent tho past week H at I'rovo Nell will go over today. H Miss Sadio Cussity and Miss Zinu For- H bun will pass Sunday at I'rovo. H The three month's old baby of M-. H and Mrs. Jos Armstrong died Wedncu- m H Mis. Kllza Baker of Tooele, nnd Mrr. H (Jeo. Nicholes of Salt Lako wero here H Sunday to attend the f unerlil servico of H Clyde Sykes. 1 Thu public schools ut Alpine started 1 Monday under the most favorable cor- M ditious. There being 115 pupils enroll- H -d. The teachers, under thu able man. H ngement of l'rin. Robt. L. Ashby are: H J. C. Orr, Mary Whitby and Emily H Brown. That Mr. Ashby is especially fl pleasant this week, may bu owing to m the new daughter that arrived nt his H home Wednesday of lust week. H To check n cold quickly, get from V your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called l'ruvcntics. Druggistx V everywhere art) now dispensing I'reven- tics, for they are out only safe, but V decidedly certin and prompt. l'reven tics contain on Quinine, on lnxutivc, H nothing harsh nor sickening, Taken at H thu "sneeze stage" I'reventics will I Peyent l'neumoniu. Bronchitis, U Grippe, etc. Hence tho name, l'reven- f ties. Good for feverinh children. 48 I rruventics 25 cents Trial Boxes 5 cents S?ld b.X. American Fork Drug Co. mid Wm: Thornton. HH HHl HHl b RESOURCEFUL AMERICAN FORK The Pnrk Record Rlnn Graphical ly Describes an Interesting Trip Over Treacherous Trails and , Precipitous Paths to the Hujf Ked Mountain Fastness of Am. Fork Canyon, Where Nature Has Stored Away Wealth Un told. In company with Wm. II. Miller, who is quite largely interested in that dis trict, a Rkcuiid reporter visited In the American Fork conyon country on Wednesday nnd Thursday of this week. To the uninltated such n trip proves somewhat of a revelation; tho sublimo ruggedness of the landscape en route is Inspiring, the dilllculty of travel is bb great as can bu imagined and the vast in ncral resources found to exist in the mounta'nous American Fork section aro far greater than is generally believed by those unfamiliar with it. The writer nnd companion left Wed nesday morning early, on horseback, bound for their debt'nat on via Silver King road, Brighton, nnd Alta, nnd from the grent Silver King on, tho road h Pned with mines nnd piospccts for practical y the entire distarcc, and all iiiong the route grent activity is the mott notable feature of nil. Commenc ing at the Silver King, whero extensive improvements nnd alterations are ,beii g inudo at the mill, while the mine gets bigger and better every day, the roaa leads up past the old Crescent, where leasers are extracting fine ore, on to the Jupiter and fur above thoThuynes can yon district, where n great deal of pros pecting unrl development work Is being done. On the divide to the right are the Copper Apex nnd Scottish Chief, while further down in tho gulch may be heard the pounding of a single-jack as it.drives the drill on its way to the heart of thu mountain in which the Iowa Copper company is pursuing operations. Still on down in tnu Cottonwood other prospects aro being worked, nnd righ up in beaut. f ul Brighton there are many tunnel portals to speak of the quest for fortune thot Is being carried on there. Leaving Brighton wo followed the narrow burro trnll high up into thd rug ged bns'n where nestle tho beautjful twin lakes, sparkling with dazzling ir idescence in the sunlight. Still on and up nnd up and up leads the trail, flnnll. losing itself in n grent bank of bpow ni the very summit of the divide. Cross ing this it is nccessnry to use grea caution in lending the horses over, for a single misstep nnd the chnnces aro, horo nnd rider too will go rolling nnd tumbling to the foot of tho mounta'n, nnd Lo dashed to denth. Standing on this dlvido among en tangled wires nnd fallen telephone polls which tell of tho winter-storm's fury, one looks down and over into the resur rected. CAMP OF ALTA. To tho right as tho trail is followed down, not a great distance from the summit is tho City Rocks, the portal of whoso tunnel Is in n great copper blow out which but Indicates the great dc I osits of ore lying below, for which th operations are now hend'ng. Up in tin gulch lies thu Continental Alta from which thu aerial tramway lenvcs on its t'relees journey with mineral trcusure. I urlhc r down may Lo seen tho fnmois old Hnima, thu Flagstaff and tho Co lumhutt Con, nnd the trail leads up nasi nnd beyond Albion. In all of ihe Alta properties development is eiiher in pro grcs or preparation for work is beine made, and from one end to the other is manifested the revival of interest which has brought this great old camp inte the limel ght again during the pnstycai or two. Alia operators aro confident that tho camp will yet produce somo ol lis greatest mines, nnd f rom mdicationt n the properties in which work is goine on there is much reason for their faith Leaving Attn the route over tho billt Is n success'on of treacherous trails nnd I reclpituus paths over which it is neces sary a great part of the way to lead n horse, and progress is slow and some what nerve-Bhuking oven to tho most experienced. Still, in the face of iho compulsory slow and dungcrous travel, and tho uncertainty of just whero next step will land you, the trip is most in teresting, nnd the wondrous nnd mns sivo beauties of nature aro appreciated .'o the fullest extent. The jagged puss over tho snow-covered summit of some gi.tnntic mountain leuds ton fertile val ley hundreds of feet below, uud n small forest of stately, balm-perfumed pines prot.ct the veil able grrder.s of sweet scented wildllovvers whlchgrowut their base. Tho descent from tho summit into the Americnn Fork canyon is steep und long, hard alike on man and boast. MILLER HILL. Our first stop in tho canyon was nt tho Surprise mine on Miller hill which bus n n altitude, it may bo mentioned of 10,000 feet above tho level of the sen. Thu Surprise does not belio its name to tho strnnger, for one enn't help but be surprised nt the great bodes I of very rich oro which Ho there. Qu'tu 1 recently n now body of hlgo grade' was ' shot Into, nnd from indications, thu en tiro fnco of the drift is by this time in hlgh-giado galena ore. In the main tunnel thu oro comes in utmost from thu grnts roots, as is characteristic of tlie country, nnd thoso in chnrge do not know as yet just how much there is of it. More than u hundred tons has been taken out and sucked and n road is be ing built bo that it cun bo shipped in tho near future. John J. Jones is in charge of ihu work there and his son, .nines, is directing operations jubt nt prvbunt. To nvoid its tolng carried down the mountain side by snow Bhdesduringthu winter, tho company cabin is built be tween two lodges or rock, whehpro jictltso that thu snow slides right over. Last winter nine extra lengths of stove pipe were used to carry the smoko from tho stovo through the jnow, nnd even with theso tho pipe wns often choked up und the fire extingu'sh eel during n btorm. A hundred foot tunnel wns dug in the snow through whoh tho waste wns taken to ihu dump, r ii iiV i iiiTi t"urti. ?i iiiii to furnish light. This gives nn Idea of tho amount of enow which falls In this rough, country. THE WYOMING. Just down the hili from the Surprise Is tho Wyoming or Tyng mine, the big gest producer in the canyon at present. Tho owner of this property, the elder Tyng, was killed two winters ago by a snowslido near tho mine, and he was buried where the body was found. His grave on the mountain sido is well kept by his relatives and friends. Two sons of the snowsllde victim arc now operat ing the property and have been made wealthy. Forty teams ard engaged in handling ore from the mine to Amerl Ican Fork, a distance of 23 miles. The teams come up ono day and go down the next. The oro is very rich nnd is all sacked, thousands of loaded sacks . now being ready for shipment, nnd the I bu plus over what can be hauled is in creasing dally. From tho Surprise property we rode down the hill about three miles to the camping place of the teamsters and from there in nearly every direction ore producing minctf nnd prospects wero pointed out to us, and in nono of them has work been donelat great depth, the surface values annjnntitles, however, being little less -4-1 wonderful. The entire country IfcpUerrd with iron nnd the ore ismadeue(jj,Bort of a rotten lime, Bccompati Tiften by a black sand. The Duff; -nan, Whirlwind, Yankee, Sunday, VJ.je Rock, Cornuco pia, Silver Bell, th; Miller, and many other properties which are being work ed are all within a few miles radius und more or less work is being done on them. We were told thot in most cases owners of the properties wero Ameri can Fork people who apparently have no interest in their ground, will not work it and cause-trouble for any one who attempts to. Cla'm Jumping is not at nil unusual in tliese parts; not a a great deal of the ground is patented nnd changes of ownership back nnd forth nro frequent. At present, how over, somewhat of a revival of interest s manifest, thu country is being ad vertised and great things nro already predicted for it. Most of the work be ing dono is by leasers. DOWN THE CANYON. Toward evening we went still further down tho canyon to the Jones' camp, about four miles below. The canyon along this part Is most beautiful, the wugon road extending along tho side of the mountain on an old railroad grade built thirty-Bx years ago when it wns tho intention ,to haul oro by rail from the Miller properly, Tho idea was a bfandoncd, however, and tho old grade is now used for several miles by the teamsters. A rushing torrent of water flows noisily at the base of the roadway and below towering mountains und the shifting jeenery changes from colossal ledges of elephantine rocks to thickly wooded groves and romant'c "lovers lanes" whero tho foliage on either side and overhead form an artistic bower fit 'for a poet's fancy. At the Jones' place we camped fbr the night and were roy ally treated by all. 'lircd and sleepy we rolled into blankets and wero lulled to sleep by the murmuring of the pines and the music of the flowing water. MORE PROSPECTS. ThursdoiWriter.brcakfnst In company with John Jpncs,, his fu.her and Joseph Sonderbesg, wo looked in to u promis ng prog no A owned by them. Tho formation in tnlslpurt of the enn yon is exactly tho sanw ns it is higher np and iheru is every reason to believe that ore will soon bo found there. In ihe Lone Pine prospect nearby rich oru has been lound, though in small bunch es, and h gher up on the hill thcru is n icdge cuiry.ng nativo sliver. Judge Burton and Judge King of Salt Lake are becoming interested in this part ot ihe country. Later wo rode to thu teamsters camp and climbed lo thu top of Dewey Peak, which surrounds a clitt of rock three hundred feet high. O.i lis peak the, jlone and Joo House holder are interebted in a group of five promising claims and will soon form a company to prospect them on a lurger jcale. Two men are now employed there, fo, lowing stringers of ore which will very probably form an oru body ut no great depth. Tho wages paid In tho Fork district aru from 12.00 to $3.00 per day and board and about 200 men are now em ployed in this section. After lunch wo started for home, wotklng our way "straight up" the mountainside, through n thicket of (making asps nnd underbrush to tho aummit, tiom whero ye could see Ho ber, Midway, Charleston and tho valley. Crossing more snow we made n steep descent down into Bonner hollow south of Snake Creek and on through o thu Hot Pots arriving there about U o'cloeUr- After bomcthing to drink, a bath und a delicious trout supper, wu started homo by moonlight, nrr.vlng in Park City about 1 n. m. From tnu summit of tho county divide tho twinkling lights of tho Pnrk looked mighty cheer ful, and wu decided thut after nil it is still Utah's greatest camp and will po for yenrs to como. Tho trip, though rough, was interest ing, cnjoyablo and exciting und well worth making if ones enres for tho "strenuous life." Park City Record. Do Wilt's Littlo Early Risers nro good for anyone who needs a pill. '1 hey are small, salo sure, litilo pills that do not grino or sicken. Sold by American Fork Drug. Co. "Who is This." For goodness sake, don't call a num ber over tho phono und when you get nn answer say "who Is this" It Is exceedingly annoying to bo disturbed at your work in tho homo, at eho debk or in tho shop, by an Infernal crunk who squawks in your ear, "who is this?" If in doubt how much plcnsun ter it is for tho man at tho other end of tho lino, to say; "Is this Mr. Jones or Brown or Smith?" At least ask for the man you called for. Suppose a strnnger should stop you on tho atr-et nnd say "who Is this?" More than likely you would toll him, Its nono of your business. On tho other hand if he should say "U this Mr. Jones?" he would get a polito answer. Ex. NOTICE OF DELINQUENT 8ALE, SUKPRISE MININO COMPANY, Principal p'lcnof bumnen. Amei lean t-'ork, Utah, lo cation ot mine, Americnn KorK Mining Dlstilct. NOTICE: There ore delinquent upon thi following di aerified iKkIi on ccount otaatei ment No. 5, of two SJ cent per inure, lee led Aui 8ih, IW7, tho severul amount net opposite the I nam s ot the respective Rliarehnldcrs, a ful lows! Name Ctrt No. Shares Ami. C. W Hurl 34 luoo Mo.mi C. W Earl 40 looo t .00 I C W.nnrl U looo 2ii.o I C. W Earl 41 looo 80.00 J, J Jones loo 6000 Ion io J.J Jnms lo3 IMo 39 oo , C I) Hanks 51 1431 28 C8 C D, llnnki 91 Doo 0 oo C. L). Hunk lo looo 7o mi Peter AiUmon.Jr, '8 looo 2o.co J. .1 Juclocm VI 342 7 14 I Jns U Jensen Vi tooa 4o u Anltnnco nlance with luw, and an order 1 the bonrdiif dlnctor mud on tho th,dajr o Any. IW! so many shartsof t-uchparcolof nuch ntoik as may be iDWssary will be sold a. pubi. uuillon at the oflKeof the llolet Merc, Co ut American Pork, Utah, on Tuesday Kept, 21, Wt, at i oo ock p. rn., to pay the delin quent iiKsci.smeiit thi-rcon, together with the tosiol udvertnli.it undcxpenes of a-e. i. NhKUIIAM, Secretary. m . NOTICE TO WATER USERS. State Engineer's Office, Stilt Lake City, Utah. Aug. 6, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Charl es Tyng, whose post ofliicc address is Salt Lake City, Utah, has mude ap plication In accordance with the re quirements of Chapter 108, Session Laws of Utah, 1905, to appropriate one hundred (100) cubic-feet per second of water from Americnn Fork Creek, Utuh County, Utah. Said water will bo diverted at a point which bears north CO degrees 2G minutes east 30.&I0.5 feet distant from the north west cor ner of Section 32, Township 4 south, Runge 2 cast, Salt Lake base and mer idian, from where it will be conveyed by means of a flume and a pipe line for a distance of 12,000 feet and there be used from January 1 to December 31, inclusive, of each year, to develop pow er for the purpose of electric lighting and propehing machinery nt Bingham, Murrry nnd Salt Lake City, Utah. After hnving been so diverted nnd used, the water will be returned to the natural channel of the stream, ut n point which benrs north 82 degrees 21 minutes east 23,907 feet distant from thu noith wcBt corner of Section 32, Township 4 south, Rango 2 east, Suit Lako base und meridian. This applica tion is designated in thu Satu Engineer's office as Mo. ItWl.- All protests against the granting of said applicntion, stilting ihu reasons therefor must be madu by ntllduvit in in duplicate und Hied in tins office with in thirty (30) tluys after thu completion of thu publication of this notice. Caleb Tanner, State Engineer. Date of first publication August 10, 1907, date of completion of publication September 9, 1907. Occnclonnl hendacho, bnd tast in the mouth, luck of nppeihu nnd slight nervousness nro symdtoms of indiges tion which, when allowed to go uncared for, will duvolopo into a case of dyspe psiu that will take a long time to get rid of. Don't neglect your stomach. At tho first indication of trouble tuku soniuth ng thut will help it along in its work of d gest ng tho food you eat. Keielol will make your food do you good nnd will enable you to enjoy wjint you eat. Sold by American Fork Drug. Co. Asscsmcnt Notice No. 42. PACIFIC GOLD. MINING AND MILLING CO. Principal place of business, Americnn Fork, Utuh. Notice is hereby given, thot nt n meeting of tho Directors of the above named company, held on thu 27th day of August, 1907, assessment No. 4?. of $2.00 per 1000ishnres(l-6th of ono cent per shure) wns levied on tho capital stock of the corporation, pay able immediately to J, M. Thornton, Secretury, nt his office, American Fork Utah. Any stock on which this assess ment remains unpaid on thu 27, of Sopt. 11107 will bo delinquent nnd ad vertised for sulu nt public unction and unless payment is mude before.will bu Hold on Mondny, Oct. Jlth, 1907 at U o'clock P. M. at tho office of the Sec retary, nt Americnn Fork, Utah, to pny tho delinquent nssessment, together with the cost of advertising and expense of sale, J. M. THORNTON, Sccrctnry. (Date of first notico Aul.. 31, 1907.) - . m Assessment Notice No. 9. THE CLIPPER & SILVER KING CONSOLIDATED MINING & MILL ING CO. Principal place of business American Fork, Utuh. Notice is hereby givui. thut at a meeting of the directors ol the above named company, held on thu 10, day of Aug, 1907, nssc'ssment No. 9, of $1.00 per 1OO0 shurs (1 null per share) was levied on tho capital stock of tho corporation, payable immediately to E. 11. Boley, Secretary, at his office American Fork, Utah. Any stock on which .his ussessmuiit remuins unpaid on Monday Sept. 23, 1907 will be delin quent and udvert sod for sale at public auction ami unless payment is mude 1 before, will bo sold October 7ih 1907 ot 4 o'clock p. ni. at ihu office of the Sec retury, uc American rork, Utuh, to pny the del.nquent, usse'ssment to gether with the eost oi advertising und expense of sale. tl. 11. Boley, secretary. I (Date of first notice Aug. 17, 1907.) - ' 1 i j,,-.,, ,, SALT LAKE, 234 Main. UTAH DENTAL CO. WkWT . DR. ZIMMERMAN, Manager. PARK CITY, 301 Main. I ,- ALVEOLAR METHOD. j I The kind of wotk that pleases. Let us talk it over with you I before you make a mistake. Teeth Extracted Positively without Pain Free with other Work Set Teeth (best redrubb r) J5.C0 I Gold Crov.na, 22-k ,$3.i0 lo 35. CM .JsteTtETO . V Bridge Work, best $3.50 to $5.00 iZ3P Rootrtr fc 12 YEARS' GUARANTEE. I'lllL) UiJjP I I FREE Examinat ons and Advice. I Open till C p. m. Sundays 10 to 2. t g Take this Ad at either office. 3 I If An Old Friend But New Store J J JOS. B. FORBES, f Ii X THREE DOORS NOSTH POSTOFFICE. ' E i With a nice new stock of Stationery, Book, Magazines, R S m High School Books and Supplies, Notions ond Office "" H j Supplies. P. O. Cards and Stero Views of Am. Fork ) I ' Canyon, both plain and colored Come look them over. K j CONFECTIONERY AND 7 I ' DAILY NEWSPAPERS . I i tidr Local Mining Stock nnd Real Estate bought nnd sold on com- . I M mission. Let us figure with you. If REMEMBER, THE NEW STORE. j I INSTALL A 'PHONE" J If you are contemplating the installation H ' of a telephone, you will be disappointed if M you don't investigate the inducements H offered by THE 'PHONE THAT TALKS "H JCall us at any time, we are at your ser- H H It's "THE 'PHONE THAT TALKS" wll And Free County Toll Service. UTAH INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO. , l Save Money on Lumber Bills. We are now prepared in American Fork canyon to sell you first class lumber at $22.50 per tlunifnnd feet iu tho mill; delivered to' your home for $28.00. Leavo orders with Boley Merc. Co. Burges and Hansen. Tired mothers, worn out by th' peevish, cross baby have found Cnscn sweet a boon anu a blcss'ng. Cnsc sweet is for bnbics and children, n is especially goxl for the ills so cot. mon In hot weather. Look for "h ingredients prnted on the hot ' Contains no harmful drugs. Sold L American Fork Drug. Co. Get your lunch material for the camp ing trip nt tho Co-op. Any thing in tho fishing tackle can be found in tho Hardware department. The ofhMcers of the Fourth ward re lief Bocioty entertained Thursday ut the home of Mrs. Minnie Webb, in fionorof the ward teachers. A program con sisting of musicnl selections nnd shot t speeches was enjoyed by nil. The olli cers wors prepared with a del cnto lunch which was served at six o'clock. For the Semi-Annual Conference at Salt Lake, Oct. 4th to Cth and the Ladies Relief Society Convention the D.& R. G. Ry announco a rate of ono fare for round trip. Sell tickets Sept. 30th to Oct. Cth inclusive, final limit Oct. 12th. Mr. Martell, ono of Spanish Fork'o hustling merchants spent Wednesday In American Fork. Ho wai investign ting Commercial club benefits to a town nnd securing helpful information, us to cost of furnishing club rooms, keeping un expenses, etc. Mr. Mnrtell Is ono of those cntcrnrizing citizens who real ize a good Commercial club Is just whnt is needed in any town that wishes to keep to tho front. If you have a fat Hop;, Veal or Beef consult E.H. Boley, he pays highest cash price. Stomach troubles, Heart and Didnty allmcts, can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggistB everywhere as Dr. S hoop's Scstorutivr, Thd prompt nnd surprising reliof which this remedy immediately brings is entirely due to its Restorative act on upon the controlling nones of tl.o Stomach, etc. A weak Stomach, causing dyspepsia, a weak Heart with palpitation or in termittent pluse, always means weak Heart nerves. Stengthen ihese insula or controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop s Rcstorativa and see how qu.ciy these a Iments disappear. Dr. bhoops of Racine, Wis, wdl mail sumples free. Writ for them. A test will tell. Your heith is certnlnly worth th'H simple tr nl. Sold by Am. Drug Co. Buy Preserving jars, all sizes at tho American Fork e.o-op. Do W.tt's Cnrbolizcd, Witch Hozcl Salvo ia good for boils, burns, cu s. sculd, and skin diseases. It is espec'a lly ,ood for piles. Sold b Americnn For Drug, Co. t, y m- Assessment Notice No. 6. VlJfc Sll VKIl KI.A l MININO & MIl.UNt) IO, f, Hil t'rlrclpil ilu nl IiiihIii-kk Am-rlciui t-ork f' lM ' Ut h Noilic kIi ri-tivvlv n tint it rvliH of l u!lrirlirnrt ul... n mcil (Af "'sssssl lirlcl on lh I'lti (I y ot Aiixii-t, lOoT, VmeJO itttS merit tin. n, f fi tr ,.0 Mime- 'onrmlli 'iiiHf' lT ..Imrel wmh i(nlr,l on iho (uphill Mock nf 1 ,1 thi-eorpiir t .mvi It ItnineilUirh toJuM. II, P""sW '. "liir1 e. nl Uuh ll.mkhw i .. AmcrUmi Turk, ' I Ut.iti , AnvNtni" nn which ttil ahhcskiii tit I mnuliiH uiiniiil mi Mon ii S(it 0 IHO! will I InlliKjupnt ii nl hi-riNm (iir Hjln.tt pihli I ( i lloiii'uil inl inumni . uilo bifiti, "" II In - lil n . . mlii i p , I 7tt rl'r If m iittli. onto ortlior r t m.ut Ami r euii l. nrk, Ul-ih. Iu i ) h tlelliiiautni unvii.inent, IK l'i Ihorwltl in nf mly t Imr imil ex Mf n poll" of ali lil T K. STKKf.i:,Scrrrturjr If- Uttoof UrninntlK' Aili'us' IUIi, IWV i' Trial Catarrh trentment nro being .. t mailed out free, on request by Dr. " t" Shoop, Racine, Wis. Theso tests nro proving to the people -without n pen- i nv s sost -the great valueof this bcien- L- tific prescription known to druggists f everywhere ns Dr. Snoop's Caturrh j Remedy, bold by Americnn Fork Drug I , Co. nnd Win. Thornton. t For Rent-1 will rent on long t!mo, ) Srt 4 rooms, ulso bath room, pnntry and tjfi collar of tho modern homo of Mrs. Sa- ' B blna Allen, at 33 North, 1st Eust.-R. W W. Gardner. m 1 h ro nre n grent mnny people who have slight nttneks of indigestion nnd It, elysnepsin neorly nil tho lime. Their 1 food mny siitisly the ii)petito but It l fulls to nourish the body simply becuuso 1?' tho stomach is hot in fit condition to do f tho work it is supposed to do. It . 1H I cntJ't digest tho food you cut. Tho L Htomnch should be given help. You OTj ought tnke something thut will do thu fB work your stomach can't do. Kodol IT. , for Indigestion nnd Dyspepsln, n com- 1 biiiution of nntural dlgeatiint nnd vego- " tnblo uclila, digests tho food Itielf und "A gives strength and health to tho stom- W nch. Pleusint to tako. Sold by Amerl- Ji can Fork Drug. Co. fc Cull up Beck's hack, It meots all Ul trains. 'Phone 23. H The way to get rid of a cold, whether ! t bo a "bad cold" or just n littlo ono, S is tj get It out of your system through ' t K) thj bowels. Nearly all Cough Cures, e J W especially thoso that contain opiates, f JT. nro cors ipating, Kenred'a Lnxailvo ( W Cough Syrup contains no opiates and B ucts gently on the bowels, Pleasant to 1 K j take. Sold by American Fork Drug. I ,F C3, IF Masons and Economy fruit jars all j W sizes ut the Co-op. j gw If renl coffee disturbs your Stomach, ' f your heart, or K.dneys, then iry thin rM Clover Coffee imitation. Dr. Shoop'i -W Health Coiree. While Dr. fchdop r has very closly matched O.d Java i nnd Mocha Coffeo m favor anu lasie, If yet ho bus nok even u single grain of it' real Coffeo n it. Dr. Shoop's Heal.)) I Coffee Imhution is rnudo from iun Ik toasted gra i .s or cereals, with Malt, lp Nu in, eic. Made in ono in uu.t No ! tedious Ion; wn.t. You wil, sur. Ij bl.u it. Get n ireo oamilo at our store. Wt . Amer'cnn irk Druj Co. i.nd Wm. llC' Thornton. . I H '