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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

I American Birk Ctitz&&:m H " y TXjEm ' ' ' '' jH H VOLUME XI AMERICAN IJIK, UTAH SATtfA JANUARY 3, 1014. - -NUMM 38 ' WMmM jf ' y ?J'iirK--' I ' " ' liH I Gasoline Cars I January 20th H IiitcrnrliaH lo bo Hauling l'asNcniters H Iletwcmi American Fork and Salt H Lake Cllj, before the end of H the Month. H President S. L. Chlpman attended kWd a meeting of the board or directors H of the Salt Lake'& Utah Railroad H Co. held in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, kwE The format transfer of a lot of prop H erty lying between South .Temple and H Sixth South streets to the Intcrurban H Terminal Co. was accomplished. This Mmj. company is formed to tnke curd of tho mWA terminal facilities for both the Bam mWA borger and Orem roads. The pass mWA cngcr station for tho two roads will mWA be located on Plerpolnt street between LwA Second and Third South streets and mWA leading from West Templo to First LwA West. H The thing of interest that concerns H tho people hero most was tho dls H decisio...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

H AkERIOAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANUAItV 3. lotl. , WLj-" pleasant grove locals ' Mm. Emily Miller of Sliolloy, Idaho, H Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. HB Wlltlam Wadloy In Mniiiln. H Mrs. Ncltlo Uamclt entertained H nbout twenty-flvo friends Inst oven- H lug nt her homo with parlor games, H refreshments and miislc. ? H Urynii West was taken to tlio L. I). Hj s. hospital Tuesday where ho under- H went n successful operation for np H pendlcltls. His father, Nathaulal H West, nud Dr. Vnnco were also lu H attendauco. mi H Don't borrow thin paper, friends, H but subscrlbo. $1.50 will bring It to H you 62 times during tho your, and H just think of the trouble It will save H you, and the auuoynuce it wilt save H your neighbor, Take our word for H It and get In the family circle. H Wanted Plain sewing to do, Mrs. H Josephluo Draper. lit-12-20 B A party wns given by Mrs. Joseph B II. Adams on December 25 In honor of H tholr baity, F.velyn Adams', birthday H Tho liouso was beautifully ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

,m Sunft- ' ' ".Jr.. ABrolCAN FOkK OITWfU SATURDAY, JANTAnv J, lftl4 A .... V TmH American Fork's", New Opera House. ItoJiiTCHHtcil, Repainted and Itcnwil. elect, It Is One of the Best and Most CniiTculcnt In the State. Mechanics this week practically flnlohed their work that will glvp American Pork" oho or the best and most convenient opera houses of any city In tho stato of a similar slzo. Chief among tho Improvements is tho Installation of the steam heating plant. Nine thousand foot of steam radiation has been employed which gives all parts of th building an even temporturo and makes It a most pleas ant place to spend a cold winter even ing. An electric nrch has been ln- boauty of the place and Increases stalled which adds materially to tho tho light available Now paper has been put on the walls and tho wholo interior has been given a now coat of paint and bronze to a good effect. Tho 'entire body of tho houso la . now seated with opera chairs, one hundred and tlfty of which are ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

' AftEMOAN FOnK CfTiZKtf, SATURDAY, JANUAUY 3, lOM. " T I The Lehi Department I H . 1 I City Council Holds i Last Session B Now IjIscciimc Ordinance 1'aNsed. Fin nl Settlement With It) berg, H - Tlio city rouncll held n speclnl sos- 8 sloii Tuesday evening to close up nil m unfinished business for the year. The H comtnlttco on llsccnne reported n new H ordlnniico ranking several chanson H ,c in tlio liceiiBCB. The chief changes H were mndo for conducting lumber, H furniture and Implcmont biislnessofl. H The city will get nbout the same rov- BM ouuo but tlio llccnso Is more oiiunl- K Izcd. The dance halls wore nlso glv- Bfl oil n reduction. M Hyborg Bros, were present and m v most of the evening was talien up In H - effecting n final settlement. While B the city mid contractors differed wide- B ly In Bomo of the details they were m quite closo In the final aggregate. An agreement had been mndo to pur- BS chnso the screening plant from Ny- BB berg Dros. that had been placed In H the c...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

I i " "'""' T"'' ' '""' ' AMERICAN FOHK CJTIN, AlTnpAY, JANtTAnv 3 m ?fl I Lehi Locals and Personals J. C. NIcIbom cnmo lit from Hureka for tho holidays and returned Sun- .Hnrlow S. Uurch was lu Lehl Mon- day loott.lng nftcr some business mat- lota. . The Btork brought n bul boy to tho homo of John R. Hono Sundny. Mothor null baby nro doing flue. ( Hnlph Leltcr, who tins becii spend ing tho past month In St. Anthony, Idaho, returned home Saturday. A real good Blilno costs only a dime If you go to Arel Southwlck. Both of your feot will look quito neat: And he'll not bo Blow about it. nay Southwlck, who has been oper ating a, big stock ranch In tho Bolso Valley, Idaho, for tho past year, t la visiting with Lehl relatives. I Mr. and Mrs. Hcbcr Hnr, who' have t been spending tho past week with tholr-LcliI friends, returned to Payson Sunday evening, Charles Earl accompanied by How ard Murdoch returned to Cnstlo tinto Friday, whore ho has n contract to install an electric wiring system In...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

B " AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, lPU. ' - , , , iMam I E J City Hall For Letii Bf $200 Offered. Who Mill Follow (he flf Mayor's Lend? Hj Gdltor Dnnncr: K. Now Is the tlmo for tho citizens Hro,' of Lohl to wnko up to tho fnct Hint flrt wo need n now City Hall. For the fl next CO to !I0 days n good number of l' our citizens will bo out of employ- HH V monU Why not rojiso up mid let us iBB dovoto n part of our sparo tlmo ex cavating for a now City Ilnll and getting tho grnvol onto tho ground ready for n foundation? If wo gel n fl now City Hall It will havo to be H built by the help and donation of H, the citizens, as It will bo n long time Hr before tho city will bo able to stnnd Hl tho cxponsc. Let ub round to and fl get it. I offer to donate n hundred K dollars toward It, Another gontle- Hl man snys ho would stand for a like H amount. Let us get at It now. H Yours for a now City Ilnll, fl w. e. racker H Tho above letter from Mayor W. 10 H Jtacker written In his terse, ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

BflBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBflBBBBBBflflflflflflflBBBflBBBBflflflflflfl BB & " "FjflBBBB ah mjbbbI r AMEaWaN fdRk SIT-IN, fAT.URDAV, JANTAnY 3, 10R )M I Pleasant Grove Department I B FU BH 0 . ' ' MM' . t fiflflflflH I Bishop Olpln Entertains Flnnnce Comniltloo and Wtos Feted In Honor of Collecting Tabernacle B AHBCSNHieillN. IBfl B In honor of having completed tho B collection or tho ward's assessment B for tho stako tabernacle, Bishop Ed B Olpln entertained tho members of B th finance committee, nnd tholr wives B at his home Tuesday evening. Old B tiniG soup, old thno games and 'rc B froshments whllod away a jolly oven- lng. Those present were: ' B Mr. aud Mrs. Mark Jlezznnt, Mr. and B Mrs. David Thonio, Mr, nnd Mrs. N. B T. Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hanks, B Mr. and Mrs. Will Marriott, Mr. nnd B Mrs. J. IL Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Clnr B enco GammetL Mr. and Mrs. John B Gardner, Mr, and Mrs. Oscerson, Mr. B nnd Mrs. Joseph Halllday, Mr. and B Mrs. J. R. Halllday, Mr. and ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 January 1914

W) I J- m ASfERISAN FORK clTlggM. SATURDAY JANUARY 3, iM. ' .,..,,.,,- -v.. , ' '-H K ' American Fork Locals and Personals bb,i ; . . Br School starts Mondny, Hp Hf" Miss Orn Lynch wont to Snlt Lnke H Tuesday for n few days visit. bbh . HH President S. L. Chlpmnn was at Hu Provo on business Wednesday. 'ft - Wm S. J. Jones, district telephone man- H & ngbr at Provo, was hero Monday, H Mlsa Myrtlo Mndscn la visiting Snlt H, Lako friends and relatives. Hjl Mrs. Sarah Crookston leaves Thurs H' day to visit with her sister, Mrs. J. Ht" E. Jensen of Provo. bbb H Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Strong return- H ed to their home nt Provo, Suudny1, H after a few day's visit hero. H Mrs. Geo. Lott and children qf I.elil Hh hnvo been guests of Mr, and Mrs. H John Kelly this week. H B Misses Llzu and Kdlth Iliudluy went H to Salt Lako Tuesday for n few day's l' H k Miss Eevcduno Leo is spending the H holidays nt Murray, guest'1' of Uoy H . Thompson. H y1'89 Mllllo Jensen or Provo spent B -tho week visit...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

hbmb bjbbbbb vebh pRettrir Mr. Moore" willuiitfifte anftie'give you a new sohg eacK eefe : fl I VOLUMES XI . .,.'.. v ; &-t ,AMl!m,K?iiaPAt..OAY, JANUAltV 10, 1014. ' .. - -l ' fflB I Jfijer Greenwood I ' Names Appointees I ' v u Ap)oln(mt)BtH of .Marshal, SuprrlH- tenHcnt.ef Waterworks! and CItj I Attorney Still Ir ike Air. I Others ConfirMed. Monday noon w"b, tho hour set by law for' tho old city, officiate to lny, I 'down the reins of government and tho I' 'ncW.pfflciaifelo talto them up. Dofore I A 'that' "hour the old council met and cleaned up a Yow loose ends, passed I 'sonic bills ami adopted an ordinance confirming the. pavlngrassessment The clty financial report wan read and will be found In this issue. Mayor. B. Noye'a expressed the pleasure, of past association with the, out going council aftor which It adjourned sine die, B. Mayor Greenwood then called the "haw council constating of' William B Thornton, Sidney Nlcholes, E. D. Haw- kins, Hans Chrlstensen and J. B. So...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

uj: ' XBgHTdAW &RK atlJEN SATnPAY.iANUATlY-lO.BTt. ---J h , , ,, .,.,-T., .- ,,,:.. .t ... ,:. H Au Revoir Mister Mooro K - As sung ly America's RivorltcKngllsh Comedian K ' " ,- V-- LADDIE CLIFF will's. hSKb' li 'v and r-r A3MK .' HENRY STAUNTON a Moderate . . rnp, t $ i ' I in -6 p -" i B There was a ring tit the. front door boll of num-ber twen-ty four, d-' To B Said Mis-tor Moore.' let mo please ex-plain, the rea-oon of my callj The H bcc Miss "White ono wln-tcrnnlRht, Btoodtlm -Id Char-He- MoorejTho doorwaB o..pened j glrla you thought you saw me -with, were not with me at all TwaB my. twin broth-er, B ' w " B wide, And Moore hoc-sUppd In sides Hut left ht.i hat and grip there la tho H, Jim, I'm er- y much like him" "Just speak the truth for oncej'ex-ctaJtaedMlflB , j l v jr Ri hallj Ibund MM White In an nn-gry mood, To poor old Moore abewas j Whltei "Who waa tho'glrl In blue so nice? The one you kissed on" the V ' Copyright 10l:i by Edgar Seldom Music Pub.A Production C, N...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

B ' AxivmnAKvdfdS.Ol'mtti. SatUr15AV, JANUARY k mil H B------ ' i 1 Heath's Hand Claims I Another Pioneer BB Paul Chrifltensen died at tho homo BBf his brother, Niels Chrlstensen, at BB o'clock yesterday morning. He has Lan suffering from stomach troubles BBpr several ye (Irs, which two months' Blgo became acute, resulting nunlly In flBls death, y -t BM Mr. 'chrlstihBtiii wad born In Den Bnnrk, August 2, 1843, When 14 years Bftf age lie came to America with his BBuother and step father, crossing tho Hilalns with the memorable hand cart Company and landing In Salt Lake BKlty In 1857 Two years later tho BBamlly moved to American Fork, BBvhero he has lived with his mother Bfllll her death about nine years ago. Bf , Mr. Chrlstenscu was novor married, ,Bf"d since, tho death of his mother jBgio has mndo his homo with his .only VAVothcr, Nlols. Ho has sevoral step HHrothcrs and sisters among whom Is Blans Chrlstcnscn tho .city council B&ian. SI Tho deceased was a farmer and dur Blng hi...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

W ii i nf n- - n AKtfiRlSA QnK CMmKN, SATURDAY, JANUARY lo. Ifrfl. I I- We Publish Each Week the Newest Songs From New York's Biggest Musical SucceSI B' , "'- ""' ' -..,,,. , H I The Lehi Departmental iVt. - ..,' iV I FINANCIAL REPORT H; Aniuinl llrporl of the f.rhl City Recorder for (lie Year llinlluu; Ocicinbcr hi, una. 1 RECEIPTS j 1913. " Hi Jnn. 1 to llnlnnco on Hand .... 7.C20.89 B coxtjxoiint fund HJ Licenses 337.00 , Pavilion Receipts . 70G.12 L Finos 100.00 ' Cemetery Lota,. 70.00 l Estray Receipts., 8.00 Dog TnxcH Col. . . 71.00 Tnx l.o vy 1!)13 .. . 2,GS)r,43 Hunt of 10 ShareB ' Wntor 12.00 Halo or Electric Motor 37.00 Salo on Land .... 7.G0 Gravel Sold .... 5.10 Quarantine- l.fio $ -Unr..7E H If H 1 !- v H I: H ! WATERWORKS FUND . H 1913. B ' Jan. 1, to llalnnco H " Hl,lul ? 2,093.07 H Wntor Ttatos .... 2.0S0.-I3 Tnx Lovy 1913 . . 1.G7G.GG H 'f ,lcnt of Overflow 20.G0 Hj Intoroflt on Hnl 12.21 $C.782.3f H STHEKT AND SIDEWALK FUND H? Jnn.l to Dnlnnco HjF on Hnnd 888.11 Hj...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

"i ,w"iiBaBBWBVmBallBBBBBBBnBBBBJBBBBBj v I Lehi Locals and Personals , BK -B William T, Tnylor wns a BnU Lattn B City Wsltor an business Tuesday. B 'W. H. Hay, tho Provo banker rind BB ronl estate man, was In Lehl, Tuesday, BB Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Woodruff H spent the early part or the week In VB Salt Lake City. Ba J Mrs. Edwin Street entertained tho H J). 11. Sewing club at her home Mon- Bg day evening. B W. J. Qurnoy, who has been suffcr- m lug from an Infected Jawbone, Is H slowly Improving. H Tho friends of Mrs. a cor go Davis B gavo her a pleasant surprise, party H Tuesday evening. H BB Miss Emma Johnson of Provo spent B the first of tho wcok In Lehl tho guest H of Miss Mirl Clark. B H. E. Ostorloh spent part of tho M past week the guest of his brother, H Carl, In Salt Lake City. B Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Darling spent B tho first half of the weok In SaU Lake B City on business and 'pleasure. H One Piano Vote With Every cent of Your Purchase at Wm. Thornton's Drue Store. o ; BB Mr. ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

BV ,' AMERICAN frpRK Clf IEEN, SATt'RDAV, JANUARY 10. 19. m H K Work Commences ft " Onjig Syphon Bf Thirty Second Fret of Wnfer Coining R Into the Lehl Fields. Hi Wednesday n carload of tnatorinl B', was unloaded nt thu switch on tlio 1). Mj & U. O. (his side of tlio Narrows, for H,; the construction of thu big syphon B'j that will carry tho water from tho Hi Utah Lako Canal across Jordan river B' to canal thnt will bring Utah lake H wnter Into tho I,chl Holds. B, I'ilCB will ho driven In thu river on Hj which tho syphon will rest. It will Hi bo built of wood staves bound with Br iron and will hava n capacity of ,10 K second feet of water or about 1 2 lr- H rlgatlon stroams. It will bo about H one-fourth mllo In length. Owen Ki Orny & Co. havo the contract for Its Hj Installation. H It will croBs tho Jordan river on tho H Trlnnlmau tiros, land north of the H new lnterurban railroad bridge. From h tills point It wll take In a part of 11k W . Hone Dros. laud crossing under thr...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

pEE A Twenty-five CentPiere of MSTlrfry Week Free With the Latest Songs . l I Pleasant Grove Department i I V - , ' ' I M I city Officials Take Oath 'of Office B noon Monday, Mayor J. L. Har Bnnd Councljnicn 0. F. Wcstplml, Bs Fugnl, Herman Orcone and E. B)lptn, met nt the city .ball and B over from Mayor A. E. Cooper Bhls regime? the reins of city gov Biont. Councllmnn J. E. Thorno B the holdover member. Hie Mayor wna not ready with his Bpt appointments but will probably Bont them at a special meeting Ke list of committees to which tho Kcilmen were aBBlgcnd follows: Bater Works C. F. Westphal, Nolls al, J. E. Thorno. Brlgatlon Niels Fugal, Herman Hn, E. D. Olpln. Bibllc Grounds Herman Green, Ba Fugal, J. E. Thome. Krcets and. Electric Lights J. E. Brnc, E. D. Olpln, C. F. Westphal, Blnance, Claims E. D. Olpln, Hor BB Green, C. F, Westphal.' Bidlclary- J. E. Thorno, C. F. Wcst Hl, E. D. Olpln. v 0 ther Pioneer Goes to Rest Br. Emma H. Smith, anotbor of tho Bjy settlors of Pleasant Q...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 January 1914

ffp - mctioan.fqhk citizen, satpr da v. January 10, miT B I I Opening Night I I MONDAY I I Opera House I W I American Fork ,1 I' I Tho "l"1" 'ffl for ilu. now picture show is I I Monday, January 12, 14 I Hj I Tho Inlciit nndom nicturoH ixihrIMo l.nv D.-n, ..ciircrt , I Hi I ""' '' "re8c"ud cnc" '"Bht mil, n cl.ni.Bo thrco times a week. I H' I ... I Iu I A" X"rt ,or",or """ 8 '."It" Ol.y will run tl.o machines I Ir I I , I I A ful1 ,ocaI bmid will ho iii iillomlniipo each cvPiiiiW I ! ' I "" thc imisio ' will bo worth flu. prico- I H I I - - I I I - I Don't Forgot the Plm'e I . I THE OLD OPERA HOUSE I I I I Admission 0c. ... . I II Uiiulren fie. I L. S. IIAHHINCITON, Manner. . I I W HMJ V Mlsa Ltiln Nolsoii visited her par- ' 0,lls nt Pleasant Orovo Sunday. ! ,D,r' J- p- Noyw wns at Salt I.ak. Wodnosdny on business. Hi 'Mr ''' l'- Hickman made u bushiest ,, rlp to Salt Lake Thursday. HI " t J' r Plnnago was at Hobnr Cltj .1 Thursday on buslncBs. H ' T" buslnosB people all over (own H...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1914

I American j)tk Uti?Mml BBBj - - - - ....M .1 ... i !... i i i T p j BBbI I VOLUME! XI AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, MTOB W JANUARY 17. 1914. ', HtJUDBR 40 lU Death of thomas I A. Shelley bbW B High Cn'iitirlllor and Leading Citizen BB Parses Away. B Tliomnn A. Shelley, better known B as Ammon Shelley, died nt his rcal-j B" ile .ce in tills city Sunday, January 11. B 1013, Uim muse of his death being B Drlght Dosoase. Mr. Shelley was B born In this city 65 years ago, and B has always made Amorjcnn Fork his B home, and materially assisted In tho B development of the country. He has B been Identlllcd for many years In tho B civil and ecclesiastical history of tho B community, having held many posl- B tlons of trust, at tho time, of his death, B bolng a member of the High Council. B He Is survived by n daughter Mrs. B Vera Thompson, three brothers and B two sisters, James E. Shelley of fl Hcbcr, Arizona, John F. Sholley of B Shelley, Idaho, and Geo. F. Shelley, Bf Mrs. Mary K. Abel And Mrs.' ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1914

B fi v - ' a pnoaitEsaivB independent M,-- PUDLICATION i " SOIISCRirTION ' Ono Year l.C0 L Six Months , 90c Br Hk Entered as Second-Glass Mattor nt (' Postofllco nt Amorlcnn Pork, Utnh, HE Offices Opposite Tabernacle. Phono 85 Hf 8. W. ROSS Editor BT U W. QAIBFORD Mnnngor B PLEASANT GROVE LOOALB H Mr. ami Mrs. Job. Hnllidny Hr. H'l spout Sunday nt l.ehl visiting with HE Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hnllidny. Hr H" Tho Llndon Drnmntlc Co. plnyed nt H- Shnron lust Saturday night mid will H prt'sont their playhlAlpluo to-night. Wm t ,. Hj Mrs. Hannah Condor spout Wednes- Hj day visiting friend mid relatives at Hj American Pork. H; HJ Mrs, John Adums who Inst week Hj i slipped on tho len mid broke her hrur H; 3'lst nhovo tho wrist Is reported Hi iiumhIIiik nicely. Hv Hlj Miss Qlndys Cowley of I.uytou Bj Bpnut Saturday mid Sunday hero the i guest of Mr. mid Mrs. A. K. Thorn ton. Mrs. Hnnnnh Condur, Chlou Thorno, Hf mid Josophlno Hnllidny will ntteud H'j social given hy tho Telephono Co, Ho nt Provo...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1914

fsixlYearsanil Over The third Wednesday In January of Inch yor, Is fast becoming oi.a of hn best celebrated holidays known to g on that morning the air !s tilled Kith Btrnlns of music from our (al Knys ready to help) Silver Hand. Tho evasion Is our annual Aged peoples ntherlng. Prior to tho gladdening tcrit our committee, .comprlsclng 34 nembors, work hard under their ustcmatlc organization to solicit ncans from our llboral merchants, heir employees and tho general pub lic fof tho ovont. Also arrango all Biecessary committees for their jro mectlvo work. On Monday tho 19th he heaters In tho Apollo Hall will bt Bakcn down and substituted with K-angcs and cook stoves, while this is Kn progress by tho men, tho women folks In ono ward aro making ovoi one hundred mince plos (full size) anothor ward Is baking tho fruit cakes (delicious ones), ono othor the plumb puddings (tho good old English kind) while tho remaining ward Ir cleaning sevonty-nvo chlckem (yellow legs). On Tuesday, In full ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1914

1 n BV ' -"""" ' ' Ni i i i,,u. rt-rirt m.tl,t. , . AftUBhlCAN FCJnK CJT?ZK& SATURDAY, JANJTARY IV, 1914. I I The Lehi Department-H fl Important Irrigation I' Meeting Held Monday fl' Old Hoard Members He-elected. B. Agreement to Kxchange Wnler B With I'roTo Hirer IteserToIr B Co, anil the I'tnh Lako B Irrigation Co. B, -0ll of tM0 "10St impnrtnnt meet- B' IngB over held In Lehl looking to the H development of our local resources H wits Hint held Monday afternoon by B, tli Lehl Irrigation Co. While nn B ngroomeut to exchange the waters flb that como from American Fork Creek Bl mid Dry Creek for those that may he B'j pumped from Utah I.ako waH not B)1 mnde mid entered Into at the meet- fl1, ''"' l'"3 ,nemuorfl of the Company fl'j evinced audi n kindly fooling toward B; the proposition that there lenves no B room for doubt that thu exchange Bj will bo made. This will permit tin B? ,lso of at least 20 or 30 second feet flf of water on tho higher lauds that for- B morly has been tiBe...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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