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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 March 1914

ll,. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MA11CH 23 1314 J& " f1 fll JN FORK LOCALS m. ,. Adamson returned homo ;yfP herd Tuesday. HM ni,hrd Mltchcl wnB opcrutcd ?ICi D S. Hospltnl nt 8alt Hclty Wedncsdoy, for slight luHe iml "McAllister of Spntilsh IflVi the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. ' lKroidbent Su"dn' JLclnl added nttractlon nt the Btonlght arc Grimes nnd Mc ipH n rDge nnd nonsense, etc. 'cKtl admission. y JH P,bct photos for $2.D0 nt jBBffyLM"rch 30- 28U ' sfl Uo T. Shelley, who was op on t a Salt Lsko hospltnl on ,day for slight trouble, Is im IE nicely. lUi cabinet photos for $2.50 nt -iKtudlo, American Fork, Mondny, ;jjV0 28-lt jjHgerand Mrs. J. L. Flrmago,wlll IjBor Heber, Sunday, for four or Hrs, for the opening of a new iH Rule store nt that place. Hjobn Oranthnm wns scaling -sHnday and a scnle flow Into her nlRiiIng her considerable pain, bb tBlmposslb!e to rcmovo samp for JJM hours. GBErneit Chadwlck camo home ltHiday from Schofleld, where he Eii employed, on account of tho J...

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. — 28 March 1914

i 1 lit' A . l II ' AMKMCAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAllCH 28, l0l4. . ; I The Lehi Department f Hi i , ... - 1B I Faithful Churchman I Goes To His Reward E Kllsha Peck, .Stricken ltllli l'arnlyhlb B Friday Pusses Ami) Mondiir. B Lnst Friday, Kllsha Peck, Hr hud n K fainting biicII, to which he wjih subject, K - nud foil down the collar stops, striking K on his spinal column Just nbovn the BliouhlorH. When picked up a few BR moments later by one or IiIb children H hu was paralyzed In every limb though K - being perfectly conscious. Hu retained Hfi. t his consciousness iiml power of speech B till within .a few moments of his death, BR which occurred .Monday. IH ' His funeral, which was held in the BR , Tabernacle, Thursday afternoon, was Bj$ largely nttended. Ulshop John. Stoker BH presided. The other speakers were BH , James Clark, Qoorgc Klrklinm and Kd- BB ward Southwlck, Tho following sketch of his life was HI rend: BE ' "In tho death or Kllslm Peck, Sr., I Monday, March 123, 1914...

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. — 28 March 1914

1 1 fl AMKR1AN FOIUC CITIZEN SATUlipAJti'.MAHCH 28, ion "H hi Locals and Personals I 8 Mrs E W. Schnlcdcr were ;c,ty8.orsTuc8dBy. M ffhpPlc has taken the man. Ml the Hacker lumber yard. W mills HI K "l fnrm,nB- M Mm Ruben King "' wk ; Eburn, , where he I curiicy'thirwwk purchased Blufrwll homo on the comer KSorlh and Third East. I U now progressing on the 'BLom frame bungalow for A. I!. Hihe ml"! of the MoUntaln. .Dd MrsT' Christian Knudson Wl days In the early part (Kk visiting friends In Spotl it . (hc first passengers for 8alt Vitr on the Intcrurban Monday B w. Clark, Miss Lcxlc South Bui Hrrum Smith. Kg the new homes being built Hrtme cottage for Herman All VJthe frm over Jordan, near the Hred spring. Bp M. C. Stookey of Clover, Bcounty, spent sevoral days In Belting with his brother, Dr. O. Bker. B Powell has tnkcncau option B Stratoga Springs ranfch and Hfeome tbo owner of this moBt Hie proper,' within tho near fu- B Dorton, who recently returned erminy, was tho speaker Sun Bo...

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. — 28 March 1914

B - ,. .- .. . t CBJ ill " b1 11 BlBlllOAN F6I1K C1T1'KN' SATl'UDAY, MAUCH 28, 1914, , , I, HHHi.ii. ! r, -trf.Iil H Modern Ice Plant H To Be Installed BL (Inrff llros. Will Hnllil Modern 1'lunt ,W- nml Manufacture Arllllrlnl Ice. Bfc Gnrff llros., our local meat mor- mm chnntB, yestcrdny signed up with nn Ws custom concern to have Installed n J&L modern Jco manufacturing plant that vK , will hnvi) u capacity of flvo tons per K day; Tllelr own requirements will Mf necessitate n two-Ion capacity which K will leavo threo tons with which to K supply tho general public. K The plant will requlro severnl mot- K ' v ors, n Bystcm of pipes, ammonia brine, ft ' ' qtc. It will mnko cakes weighing 200 m pounds each, which wilt then bo cut K up according to the need of the cus- mfc tomors. , ., H Thu plant will bo Installed Irt the V building recently purchased from MrH. VK Mary Coiner McVlcar. Tho machinery KK, j will bo In tho baHemeut and tlin plant Wm- ,,, proper In tho rear, Tho refrig...

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. — 28 March 1914

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. MAUCH 28 19 ' f'k Wi J Pleasant Grof e Department 5 1 :J Month Old Bride M ' Dies Of Paralysis 'oetsB Mr Vcr" Wn,kcr MrcmB wlfc of ti (JH orcntiW llrcms, died Wednesday af "TH Icrnooii "rtc,r uom slckcn will. $m paralysis U-o w.tks before. Ho nil. D ifl went was tccMilcnlly known as tti 4 fantllo parilfsli cotKf, oho was married to Grnntlcy Brews tiSiiVJ on (he 9th of this month. Juat one '4B Mk nttcr tlio wedding sho was s'rlck '" la and grow gradually worso till the t'lfl p"(j camf.. Slio first noticed a pain In atBJ Lr rgiit hand, which gradually grow .flf, Lmt, When she Inter went to use ntiH ),,,,. Pg 8hc noticed the same condition 'SB "The" wn the daughter of Wllllari i;ntM i garnh W'nlkcr and was born In ,PaMnt Orovc, August 21, 1892. 8hp ' kM wn8 n grnditnto of tho public schools M tnj hud one of the kindliest of na- 'H hires. !4HJ funeral services will be held today JH at 2 o'clock. 'm m, l, A. Contest Sunday Evenlne EMM Yosng .Vcn mid Women ...

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. — 28 March 1914

Hffi! ft HTK l ' AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1914, . K R p! American Fork Locals and Personals ssVFvi;i ji sHcit'll Hf j Don't forget tho Fourth Ward Prl- BRKi1' mary Cantatta next Wednesday night. Hp , MIsa-Nellie Paxman ta homo after Hj' spending. a few days at Salt Lake. HE,' Mj t.frl . ..... . g Hi. f Mr.'ahd Mrs. Robert Lee'spcnt Sun. Hll , day, vfilttnk their daughter at Geneva. B' . Ja'mesWcBt was taken to the County Hi , i Infirmary. at Provo, Saturday. H Hi "; A treat' fbrall at "the Fourth Ward Hj ; next'1 Wednesday, April 1. Admission HJ 10 and IB cents HJ HJ Jriii Nancy Forbes has been con- HJ gneil'toihor bed this week on account HJ ' of Illness. H " J i HI i it Misses? Ruby Wootton and Rebn Htf j' Parker spent Sunday In Provo, guests HJ of Mlss Cora Garff. H p . 1 'r$rf? Adft8tQddard of Lent spent HJ ) " i part of the week hero visiting her Hit daughter, Mrs. Teddla Lee. HJ'V ; B. ' v ,' 'Mr.dCIydi-fcrookston went to Salt HJ !' ' L"M City, Tuesday, where ...

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. — 4 April 1914

AmericatLFork Citizen I Kll'MK Xl AMKUK'AN FOKK CITIZEN SATVIIDAY, AI'llll. 1, inn " ' - ffljBf B- -L - ' ' ' NUMBER 61 'MlUE Jj0 Good Citizen i Has Passed Away B&L ,,, Vim One Of 11.0 Kflntrr .Miners l America Fdrk Ciinjoii. L Trim KWP"" i,RHl" V,B,UI our K Mrly Wednesday mornljig ana KLd one of our old nnd prominent K.,John Cbndwlck, nlmoat C2 K nf ate. Tlio cause wns dropsy B?i torn on Sept. 18, 1852. In B2$! Lancashire. England. When KJhhewiw employed In the L. D. KSuferpool in 1869 he, with IS tl-rer brothers, William, K ,nd Thomn, and two sisters, Kbclh flnd All"'. emigrated to Utah MaW resided In this city over fcm married Jan. 13. 1881, to K ,q.r31i J. WIlllnniB, to whom wns K ilx children, four of whom are B? Hring Krnest, Hcrt, Florence K Clifford. Uesldcs his family ho Km one brother, James, of Idaho, Biro sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Mur tof Heber City nnd Mrs. Allco T. K of this city. Khn Chndwlck was a most cxeel 7 lodustrlous and companionable Kind had a largo clrclo o...

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. — 4 April 1914

-if tigf AMBRtOAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 19H , ! i AMIMUCAX PORK CITIZIIN KM A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT jffl PUI1L1CATTON ' iriisriMi'TioA I'l Olio Your $l.r0 Mm Six Months !IOc B Entered as Second-Class Mattor nt JjH I'dstoltlce nt American Fork, Utah. B ' Oflk'L'i Opposite Tabernacle. Phono S." MW 5, "W. HOBS Editor H L. W. OAISFORD Mruinger H THE LAST DAYS , 1 . OF POMPEII B t B " This wonderful picture Ih In fen (ilglit tools iukI hut ono show PPJ will' ho given. It will tnko two J fionrH to run it Mini will start HR ut S o'clock nlinrp iB TlioiiiiiiKiRomout of the Orient PK lina made every effort to piny K till) srent feature, "The Last 9K Days of Pompeii," next Wednos- IB 'day, April 8, at no advance In HhE prices, hut hat) been unable to PJI reach an agreement The price, BB . id contradiction to the ad. on MB the liiick page, will bu 10 and jmW 20 cunts. iflBJ' H u ' - 1 Tired of Life She n Follows Her Husband mg Mlilon of (icorfjc (Jrocsscr (irons )( EfM spnntleul a...

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. — 4 April 1914

4 - 1 I 111 I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 4 ioti ftfil IjgBlOAN FORK LOCALS I r irol Mrt. K" Clnyson were djrFoil WorB Thursday. Joyr!.olo SsTidowii-Moiidny. April6 ,,, and Mrs. Harvey Lewis of Lchl I American Fork visitors Thurs- I M. I rk. -co-to-clmrch Sunday" mm'e- JJ hM "ot ct bcen 8prunB ,n African Fork. I Mr J- - ''c,rrB' wl, ,s cmP,oycu' I oirfield. hh hero a few days thin ' I iff. rmnK hla fm'- I Mr. Jtro"10 Hotirre"l of Bingham I vii In Amcrlcmi Fork Monday on fcnsincss. H Mr. J. ' Adeylotto will leave here I ,bout May 1C for a m,88,on t0 tho I loolhern states. I on Monday, April C, Joy will iriako ihlxh-gradc panel photograph In best Jnl,h and on up-to-dato mounts for JjC per dozen. Nothing cheap about mm but the price. 4-11 I Mr. 0. T. THylor of Logan enmo to I American Fork, Thursday, to attend I tie funeral of John Chadwlck. t Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnm 0. Smith wcro Fairfield visitors Tuesday and Wed H nesdny. Mr. Kd Io came homo from Giir I lti, Tuesday, where ho...

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. — 4 April 1914

P 'y - B Tid I - HI' il I Hit .'$ AMERICAN FORK CIT1ZEM SATTRDAY, APIUIlOl - ' " t LI i ti mmmhmmumm M nrtlim mm ? mm " t UM P f The Lehi Department I1: l I y . . ' I; ! ; Desert Shall Blossom As the Rose Ht 1 1 H l Kcw l'limp lloliitf Iiuliilleil lit Utnh H " Lake rinnt C'nnnl Ilclng Hull! to H; ' Pelican 'Point Hundred of H. j x ArrvNof Xcw I.nnd fomliiK mm ,, Under ('ultlrntlnn. ' Tho Utah Lake Irrigation compnny W tills week Installed two new pumps In H lis plant on I'tiih l.iikc, nrnr Saratoga H Springs. Those, two now eontrlfiign, Hv S pumps arc of the Allls-Chnlincrs typ ' I mid each Iuib a lifting capacity ol t Jj 4 twenty-four cubic feet of water per second. With the addition of the two Tj ' new pumps the plant now lias a total fl !,M ' cnpaol(y of ninety-two second feet, 01 B II enough to irrigate between 9,000 and H i '' 10,000 ncrcn of laud. LmW' I Thirteen. men arc uow busy ItiBtnll H ;Mfi Ing tho pumps nnd incidental macltln t ;'1 cry yvhlcu will haVo been Instnllci. H...

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. — 4 April 1914

1 Jw ,&l ' , PJt'SB. 'I AMERICAN FORK 01TIZENBATt'DAV, APRIL 4 low P I Lehi Locals and Personals I ' ft nnd Mrs- B. W. Schneider wore UclBllorBJIonday. sclli l-lttleford nnd Joe RoborlB feft irrdny f"r Mc, Colo., where they ;, ,hrnr shecpforthe Bnring. K u'g ii classy suit for young men Jhc them. Chlpman'a. 4-lt I Mrs U A Olmslcnd hpont oovcrnl I ,l.i)8 this week l AincrlcHti Fork nt I the lirdslile of her mother. I Mrs C t' t'rahb entertained nt a I krnilngton Tuesday afternoon. Rc- rrrsIimeiilB were nerved. fl Misses Chelta and Pearl Davis are nSnlt Luke City, gucstn of their bIb fl' (er, Mrs. John W. Stoker. fl John Itobcrts was out of tho Co-op Mvcral days this week with an attack fl of bronchitis. 'I Kmnictt Chlpmait Is the latest-Lehl I purchaser of an auto. Ho now rldco I n a UttlC Ford. I Mrs. Jiunes Cameron, who has been I tlsltlnB with her Bister, Mra. Thomas I Klrkhflin, for two weckB, returned to B her home In McGlll, Saturday. I Jesse Winn, who has been spend- Ing t...

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. — 4 April 1914

Bui T ft J m AMERICAN FOitK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APftlL 4, 1614 " H i 1 "7 ... , as mam w sMsjiaTiiijsijssisiisiiaas-wPiBssBSBsssssjTisssstsss-Ts-- - . . ... . atfc. ,m aftftftftkt II i' iffl MMMMMMMIMMJHHH?!!' bHM 5fl lHI LOCALS LH lis ' i :'l Mr-and Mr' ' N chlM ftUd fumlly 'HHt A of Salt Lake City wro Lttii visitors K U. Thursday,, H .'' t Mr. Mark Austin of Rexburg, BBL Idaho, apcot a part of ths week with Hi friends In Lehl. Bflj' j Among the Idaho visitors to Lehl BBj , who took advantage of conference BBJ " week wore Mrs. Iiraal Lott and fn- j, mlly. BBt " ftftj. The first death on the lnterurbnn ftftj, "J was that of a doc on Thursday. The ftftjl car run orer It at the Lehl station and Bflj' cut Us lets off. HBi Gravel raad halUlag saaa. See J. V W. Cklltea, LsU, Utah. tt Hi The metal ceiling for the new State ftftj street opera house arrived this week Bflj- i and will be put In place at once. i . fc' Mr. ond Mrs. William H. Nleber of Hj J , Tlton, Idaho, are spending a week In...

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. — 4 April 1914

W . - - - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1914 Sfc : f Pleasant Grove Department I m fl ! 'la' ti Association Takes : IJir Local Association L.I r'c Fr,,,, Jn',TCr,N' ;Um' 0 Kin Joins 1-nrgtT Association, ' K lit Will Mnnnpc Local Fruit , 'shipments In the Future. t" Br II Ho"1"' ' VV ,,al"lur' ' ElVmd ' A. lllckcJiloopcr, oni- Kof the Utah Fruit Growers' nsBo- : Wjl Mrs In Pleasant drove audit- . H the book and making mi Invcii- Kof the Pleasant Grovo Fruit Grow- ; K association, prepnrntory to Its : 'Komtlon by tlic stnto concern. E, dWu not mean that Pleasant 'K ?wm wl have adequate facilities 4 .Hlf.rketlnB Us lr8 nnd Increasing P Kit ciw but tl"t It will bo taken f Ire 'of better than over boforo In Its .ffijlBli Fruit Growers' association fH rcry successful business laBt Kr widen was its first year in busl 'K. It started out with approximatc 'tO per cent of the fruit grpwers of ,'H itatc In Its membership, 'and Mr. 'Hmer It secretary, Is authority for "mTititement tha...

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. — 4 April 1914

HPJRf , AMBRlOAt PORK ClI BATURpAY, APIlIt 4, 1M ' mii li American Fork Locals and Personals i I w 'lis I ft Mr. John Hunter made n business I jfl t . trip to the state ciipltal Tuesday. 1 1 Mr. nnd Mra. Jamrs Dunkley of Salt ' Lako City wore Amorlrnn Fork vlsl- v tors Tuesday. Hj I i Mrs. Don Wlllcs of I.ehl wns the fl' , I guest of lior daughter, Mrs. A. C. H ' Adnmson, Sunday. fli H "j National Mazda The quality lamp. H i l'rlcca reduced again. Huy u carton fl .1 today nt lower prices thnn ever bo- M , fore Grant Electric Co. l-lt H1 , J MIbh Horlonco I-ockhnrt of Salt l.aUo H l,. City wnn the guest of Miss Mz.le H -H Thornton, Sunday, Bj Miss Stella Condcr or Heber Clt), B 'A formerly of American Fork, spent the B' week here visiting with relallvrs. H J. A. P. Jensen this week had an B up-to-date buffet and kitchen cabinet J , Installed In his residence. bH .'1 Mi ! Mr. S. I. Clilpmnn and Mr. .lumen B , J H, Clarke wcro nt Cedar Valley Wcd- Bt, r " ncsday, looking after business...

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. — 11 April 1914

MAfflgnganArk Citizen 1 Thoi-'B8' AMKR1CAN FORK OITlZOtjl 8TIBI1AY. APRIL , mi "" " fl ""' - 13-. NUMU13R G2 fl '"''.. Greenwood , ' Issues Proclamation B. , ,, pc-lpiUcx M UVducsdii), n,"l ibrtt jrhof 1"". VlvnVv n.r. fl'-rumuaiit to tin- umml cuiilum of nil fl.,1 rcgulntf'1 cities, and In nccord- '"rcg ' fW . with the wishes of tho Amcrlcnn jKrk City Council, I, Knrl S. Orccn- p A,Htal Jmll Major of Amorlcnu Fork City, 2BX'rcby ik-slgnnto Wednesday, April ' c, I"- cicni"y," D,ny- T,",;t lhp c mfi Ifl ii may bo B'nerally observed I ret- IB lend that " eicl censo their V0flriilnary toll on this day and devote -"iHihflr t10 towiud cleaning up their ""lard MBtcf ami limi""B '" tlu' "ccumii IIvch. "HLdTrfusc a ml rubbish that Iiiih boon 'Bothering (hiring tho past year. It is . 8ltLoflfcslrcdltiat nil who own conveyances- V8'Wi, ,,! toaniB list- them for tho purpose ,,,, fltf carting any tho debris and traBh. i. i 4,B For those who Imvo no mcaiiB of haul- R Ming away the traBh the city...

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. — 11 April 1914

ffiZV' AMERICAN FORK ivi?.fiN SATURDAY, APRIL U. iM J Bl l, AMKKICA.N FORK CITIZEN J d if A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT H'& : W PUULICAT10N n 'm siiTTsi'iiu'TioN" j m Ono Year $1.00 H Jj J$ Six Months , UOc B j jjj j Entered as Second-Class Matter at H. ! i " PostofTiee nt American Fork, Utah. K j 'Office t Opposite Tabernacle, Phone S." B 1 S. W. HOSS Editor ' L. W. GAISFORD Manager , V A PROCLAMATION. B B Wednesday, April l.'i, 11)11, Arbor Pay. H: H ' 'Hint tho celebration of tills day may V if. bo general throughout (lie stnto and H ''j that the algnlllcunco of Itn ohBorvnuco 1 may ho lmpreHtted jiui ticularly upon V the children, I recommend that excr- H. cIbcs he held In the public schools of H'. , a nature calculated to promote Inter- H 'n est ill and low for the beautiful In our H !' surroundings The planting of trees, H ' Hhiuha mid vines in our public parks, B j grounds and highways and about our j homes does more to promote civic ' .':? pride than any other practice of ge...

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. — 11 April 1914

SgJ '' AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. Atom n n,, 8? .rBOAN FORK LOCALS 9 , and Mrs" W. C Smith were - ' JifW vl8ltor8 ""! wcok , tMj T A ,,.c was ti passenger on '"? lh!!mornlnB'8 train forjalt Lake. ' "' ''I nisi Myrtle King will cntertnln the .flfmu club Saturday everting. lil.'M wr and Mrs. John Hunter spent "Irlct. vda Lcc W((8 n visitor nt tho 'I county scat Wednesdny mid Thursday, f. H jjjjj jinc Hnnks wont to Snlt Lnko T-B tui morning f"r n fow ''"y8' v,Blt- r" )!r. George Itcmphir of Salt Lake I city, formerly of American Fork, wns "B here Thursday, visiting. Jf H jr k. J. Fallon of tho Utah Power IJ 'Hj Light company was in town n fow dw on business. 8 ' Mr. and Mrs. Jean Murdoek left obiln I Wednesday for Salt Lake, where they iter! wl" ,pcml " fcW (layS W'111 '"'"''v08- a'lnftH Mr. and Mrs. Aho Chadwick hnvc 'CnetyH returned to their home in Salt Lnke UninrH fit after a few day's visit here. ,H Mrs. J. V. Man will left this week Wm for Tremoiiton for a ten days visit .....

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. — 11 April 1914

Kr- A" - " ;H w I H . AMERICAN f'OBK CITIZEN. aATPHDAY. APIllL 11, 1014 r M M 1 r7 The Lehi Department p I Cedar Valley Experiment Farm Operations on Hlnto Fori -Acre True! 'car Crdnr Fort Slallon to Hi Itrounieil. "" Professor Hnrrls of tho State Agrl- . cultural College mmlo a trip to Codnr Valley the past week to mnkc arrange, incuts to resnmo work and cxpcrl- inmitB on tho state experiment stn ! tlon, located a half mile aoiith of the Cedar Kort station, on tho Salt Lake Route. Ho will have the farm plowed up HiIh sprliiK and worked down so, iih to eoiiBervo tho abundant mola turo that has fallen tho past winter, and will then plant tho major part of It to rail grains tho conllng rail. Tho farm constats of forty acres of heavy sagebrush land loaned to the Btato by John "S. I locking of Cedar Port, It was fenced with a rabbit tight fenco by Utah county several yenrs ago. Since being cleared It hai never been handled In a scientific munrior and the results have tonded to dlscourog...

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. — 11 April 1914

M" , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. APRIL 11 mil li I x Lehi Locals and Personals I Joy r!.oto. U9c per doz Momluy. BOtia will start work next week Z- Je rosldCMCC of ThomiiB Powell on I Stile 1 I v ooodwln Is rebuilding his homo 1 II n Cemetery street, which was dc- I A 1 1 'troyed by nro two ycnrB nR0, IVy II i, n mowers und Inwn rakes, rtili II J, hoSo ml sprinklers nt Clilpmnii's. I I TrkcUoinnMiy. 11-11 I I George Hnrvey fins moved hla fnmlly 2 . Minion, where Mr. Hnrvey Iiur I opened a shoe repairing shop. I I l'oe Ccilarstrom, who lives In Mur- I I ry. wns ,,oW" l0 Vlslt ll,B nomCBtcn(1 I I up the lake, Tuesdny. Parley Onrlleld of Topllff spent sev- I I cral days this week with his old-time JUl,t I I J-ehl friends, )(iVst J Mrs. JnmcH Tuekfleld is erecting an I addition to her homo on tho corner of I First North and Third WoBt streets. JTS I I Evcry fnrmcr BholM Elvo in his I .1 name for a few tomato plnnts and test I out his soil for producing this crop. Mrs. Mary Mnndsley ...

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. — 11 April 1914

tltH 1B' .Vffi "" ii ZJL AMERICAN FOjtK C1T12KN SATUtDAV, APRIL 11, 1914 fl II LEHI LOCALS jjM Furniture for U-IiI'b new hospital H arrived tills week. ffif Honry Darling left this week for E Dragon, where ho will slicur sheep. K The high school will give n dancing flj party next Frldny evening. LB ,GJST,?J nn,J ,'u,l,,,"P Bnd. See J. n IV. Chilton, Lebl, Utah, tf jH Mrs. David Wnngsgnnrd of Mt. Ifl I'lensnnt is visiting with her parents, fl Mr. nnd Mrs. L. 13. Wlllcs. IH Mrs. Isrncl Ixjtt of Idaho Kails Is Ifl visiting with her pnrcnts, Mr. mid Mrs. fl John Drown. Ms C. W. Hurl had n vory sovcro attack fl of gnll stones Wednesday evening. He Br, Is somewhat Improved. fl " Miss Incx Hammer entertained the fl 8. S. Club at a kenslngton Monday Ifl eenlng. H Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Francis or fjHj Morgan, Utah, are spending the week fl with relatives nnd friends In I.chl. fl Mrs. Ncplil Taylor of Lovnn, Utah, fl Is visiting In I.ehl, the guest of her fl sister, Mrs. Leo Hansen. jH Ed South...

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