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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 29 July 1916

American F rk Citizen I H. XIV AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Jt , CD me NTMUr.U 15 ' V - " . i ' ...- M ( lave-in Imperils I Four Men's Lives 0 Men Change Shifts Every 15 Min utesand After 12 1-2 Hours Rescue Walter Durrant, Ed. Moss and Two Greeks Named Pete and George from Dutchman Tunnel Tlievlio't' town wns thrown into a fever of excitement at o o'clock Thursday night when the news spread like wild lliat tlie-re was a bad cave-in at the Dutchman tunnel and t Walter Durrant, 13d. Moss and two (1 reeks were locked in Blithe tunnel filling with water and had air. As a precau 11, Doctor- Noyes, Ielley and Clark were hurried in autos the seems and 100 miners from the Bay States Pacific, South Irk, Miller Hill, "Whirlwind, Dutchman and other nearby perties commenced digging with might and main to release iinnrfconed men. lie air was so bad that the 11 could not do 'effective rk so MO feel of galvanized iiipewa brought from the Her Hill lease and the blow from the Bay State mine. On...

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. — 29 July 1916

SAN ItDAY, ,U IA 29. 191C, UTAH COUNTY LEADS I GOOD ROAD IRK H So min csTiil Ih pinlug t lie com- EH lilnntlon Hpilnkliii.' niul mad drniiKliin B work being diiiii' by the county (iim- H mlBslnncrs niul Male wind rommlalnn H In Utah Counly llml the county com- SgH mlssloncrs of Stilt Luke counly at o eon- H templntlng Inaugurating llila wotk In H Salt f.nke County nt once j , Chairman It. It. Lyman or the sin'. H highway commission mid J. 1). Jowkom, H member of tlio eomniNsloit. lio lime H just returned from ti tour of I'tali. B Junb. Millard nml Heaver counties, H where they (impeded rond woik. tif M so outtiiiRlttHtlf over tin sprlnkler-drnjr jB combination that lliey urn sprendliig H the propaganda everywhere. B They propose to tnlto tlio county m commissioners of thltt comity to Utah M counly mrnio time thin or noM week to M pro the woik Hint In being done there. m Mr. Lyman staled yeslctdny Hint B "ivhllo the spi Inkling of roads In Utah M rounty heretofore cost $1.0S per mile...

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. — 29 July 1916

BirnrtV-Jt'A'29, mG' ambiiioanfoukutiZB Saturday, july 29, 1010. m am. fork locals B luorrs of Payroll spent tho J, S.orrH in lW clly. I nlsoa who lJ employed at m.y .ncnt port of tho week hero Bfi Mvlfo ami family. I , inolta Mchnrds of Ogilon, who K J BUCSt of Miss HMOl Chase Verts rct.irnc.1 homo Sun- ,I)i.ncl.c"c"'l11 left Friday Mr lifornla "hero bIio expects to RS nt tl-'ty -lays. visiting Bites ami sightseeing. I , A p jnisrn and children '.he Bn.U"- P"rt of lhc wook H with relatives In Salt Lake. B . am Mi f'l'W- Hopkins and B.c:, ,Pent " and tho 21th Bter parents '" ''cu'' B awl Mrs H Kershaw antoed Kilt Lake Momlay. i1'1 "I,ont lho Bvlth (cln)ls Ibabrbo arrUod at lho homo of Band Mrs Mai shall Spencer Tuos- B(H n. l..liei and ll.el'r iiusbumh Bed an outing to tho Lake Resort Btday cicnhiR Bj. Robert K Leo left Wednesday B,ng for ('level, ml. to spend a Bh vllh her daughter, Mrs. (ioorgo MblliiMWorth B.s 1.1111c Frances of Ilrlghnm B.has been a west at the homo of B'ilt Dol...

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. — 29 July 1916

AMERICAN FOnKClTlZEX. SATl'nDAYy 29, ,.,. I 8- ritOAY, Jl I.Y 29 1110 ,ui. H ' I - ""zzzrzizzi Mft j LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS HQBHD 1 1 KBB Ilubcn Oiivls'H new car Ih a Saxon HB HH Holier Ilcniiton was a l.clil tailor WBBm Tuesday. iflU Wllllniii AhIioi- was In Halt l.aku on BH v lrgal IiiihIiichs Thursday. MB LOST 1 black hoar. Notify John 9H S. I'vaiiH, l.clil and net reward, 29-lt HU Minn Muldoit Klrkluuii of l.ayton la VMM visltliiK with Mtaa Mnliol IIHkkm. Hj Ono third off Sttaw and Panama I9 Hats, at 1'coplo'H Co-oji. LH m ,,rof' Jumps T. Worlton of Salt l-nkr I9B wan a I. ohl tailor Monday. HR MIhh Kiln Woods la upending hor vu- jH cation In lliitlo, Montana. JH Hugs .Now Fall 1'altcrim at 1'po- ifH plo'fl Co-op. jH Mr. ltoboit McOtulu of I'rovo Ilctith H, flpoiit Monday In I.chl. gB Mr. and Mrs. (iooro K. Klrlriinm of ( Laylon woro unily work kupMh of fH friends in I.rlil. H Have vonr mIioo.i rr-pnlrrd by ono Bi w''o learned the trado nt tho Rconomy MB 8I100 Simp on Mnln st...

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. — 29 July 1916

SATI'BDAY. Jl'lA 29, AMERICAN FOUR ClTIZE.y SATCIIDAY, JULY 29, 1010. The Lehi Department j pfHir I, W L'I,J,IC ,n Locnl ",S,"r Can,,! life Abo lllg . e pioneers" '1'' honored ; in memory of tholr coming K years ago. Tl.o storm was just t0 iay tho tlust mul cool the The Jay I,cncd wlth scrcnn(ll"B Re band, and the music was highly f feature of the day was tho Ken's parade several blocks long representing al' forms of ploneor industrla' Hfo by MMm from 4 ft years of age Many expression c heard about tho excellence of the Kcters. It certainly was worthy c'og reproduced In motion pictures Kj My other cities will havo th ,are of scelnB It as one or th; jrf9 0f l'atlie's Weekly fllin. B.e program In the Tabernaclo was ceil to by a full house. Tho or n by Sylvan C'ark and tho bal- of the progrrm were all good. only change, from the published ram was rcmlsclcnces by Join bs a rlonecr and tho oldest rosl- E In I.elil. te kiddles races were well pntron- as usual and the ball game be ftn the ...

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. — 29 July 1916

, I AMERICAN KOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Jl l,y 2D. ,, , TiJ SA IU)AY, JULY 29. 1910 .ju-iuia.n m , . 18U; Ir ;j): LEHI LOCALS ; Mr. and Mrs. UIIIT011I Austin of I'ro vo wore Pioneer Diiy vlKltorn In l.elil. .I, . Ono t lit i cl off Kttnw nnil Piinnuiii lints, at I'rnplo'H Co-op. Miss Maltha Klikhum letuined home from Spnnlsh Fork Tuemlny after 11 delightful visit there. Mr. nnil Mm. ('limit (lo.ites of Ok don were nmoiiK tho out of town jhm jilo who Hpent IMoncer tiny In Lclil. Early Knll I irons (looils now In . l'coplo's Co-op. MIhh l.exln Soutliwlok tt'ft Monday for BmlKiatlori Canyon where filic will Hpuntl her vacation. Jnnii'H Kyffo anil W. 12. Kvuns were ninoiiK those who wqnt to Salt l.ako Momlny to witness tho tloiibli) header ' haso ball wnno. IliiKH New Kail Patterns at I'eo plo'fl Co-op. Mrs. I .mil a Snltzor anil ohlldion of Salt Lake Hpent the eaily part of thr week at tho homo of her parents. Mr. nntl Mrs. George Webb. Mr. mul Mm. Aithur Livingston ami Miss Mabel Livings...

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. — 29 July 1916

T.onAjyg9--1910- - - . AMERICAN FWKC1TI.IN SATTRDAY. JULY 29, 191C. -0t - , - IpOTMMMMVMMMMMMWIIMMMMiinMnNMa Pleasant Grove Department ;t t LEVEY IX L IS 6 1-2 MILLS ..! ..lutiou Is OUT II lllllf MlM111" 1)ollnr. k rlt. Council of Pleasant Urovo W , i,i session July 25th. r:; JJor the curnmt year at 1 1 for streets and 2 1-2 for "to Is wmrf' ifl lractlcnlly the !" last cnr The assessed valu '? inea'ant Grove city Is $594. Jclushc of the corporate proper- .Mdi Is ws"'"1 ,,y U,C Stal0, Sutler of construcliiiBobrMgo ,, the innln 'th near tho rtrol Clinrlw West. In Llndon. I referrcil to the Irrigation Com "t(f ith power to net. L rccoiucr was Instructc.l to re ,t tho salt 1 like and Utah Rall 1 and the Salt I.ako Uoiito to grade I repair the load crossings south ,hclr depots In Pleasant Grove. tas the pcnse of the meeting tluH esc of Pioneer Grove ho tendered ,hlc!i to hold the Stnko Quartorly lercnce, July 29-30. and also to tho ndlnailon committee for their An il Outing 1LA CELEBRATE...

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. — 29 July 1916

SY1TRDAY, JFLY 20. 101C , ' H mk AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H it K Mrs. Mntle Welter of Hark City Is B horo vlBltlng lit tho homo of Mr. and M Mm. M. 10. Hozznnt. H Mr. ami Mis. 1'orry luh nio down j from I'mk City lltlnK with Mr. and B Mr. Frank Basil. H Murk lle.7.nnt nml Joseph Hy Wnl- wM ton spent Monday In Amorlenn Fork H Canyon. Wm 'Aim linker, n Snlt Lako trained B nurse, Ih bore lsltlng at thu homo of H her paionts, Mr. anil Mrs. Stove Hakor. B " Mrs. Anna Newton spent tho groat ur Wk pnit of tlio work with relatives In B Salt Lake. B , Mao' Duvls Is homo from u line B weeks visit with her sinter, Mrs. F.thcl B Uammell In llliiKhnm. B Ocoi-ko anil Lynn HukkiuiI were B Sail Lnko vlsltois tho flist of the B week. 1 Mr. nml Mrs. James Spratloy siinnt MB tho foic imit of tho week In SiiV WM Lnko with rolatlves. B Lulnnil Walker rotnrnctl Saturday B from a month's visit with his brother MM llollln nnd wife In Vernal. B I'ao Clayes of HlnKlinin. has been In H American Fork...

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. — 5 August 1916

American Fork Citizen i R .,,1 - 1W -faWWaWI - 1 IIIBII . HWMiLHiiiMHiiniim IIHIHWIIIW I III I '' ' '' I' TTII "' ""- - J WT7w AMKItlCA.N FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY M UUST C. 1010 NUMllUIt 1(J yOl" A" Hi MMf -" ' ' '" " " '" -' I I, mi , ,,., ... , I II "' ! . . , II II II I Seven Local People In 'Auto Accident 1 AND MRS. JAMES CHIPMAN, JR., AND DAUGHTER DOT MISSES ELIZA AND JEAN HINDLEY, DAUGH I TERS OF BISHOP AND MRS. J. R. HINDLEY, MISS I MYRTA WOOTTON, DAUGHTER OP SENATOR AND I MRS JOHN H. WOOTTON AND MISS RUBY WOOTTON, I DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. J. A. WOOTTON NAR I ROWLY ESCAPE DEATH. I Probably the worst auto accident in which local people were I irticipjuits 'ais the one at 7:35 Saturday night, when a north Luii'l Orom car c0'1'(,t'(I w'tn nu H0V(U passenger Ilnynes'enr, Blrivcn by James Chipnian, Jr., and in which Mr. Chipman, his wife their daughter, Dorothy, Miss Jean llindley, Miss Eliza jlimlloy, Miss Kuby Wootton and Miss Myrtn AVootton were iJilillL'. Mr chipman suffered a...

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. — 5 August 1916

SATURDAY, AUGUST B 1010 AMERICAN ffflKlTlZCN. BATl MWAlgig 1 , , , H f ........ I R. W. Salisbury I Candidate I FOR THE NOMINATION AS CONGRESSMAN FROM THE SECOND UTAH CONGRESSIONAL , DISTRICT, AT THE REPUBLICAN CONVEN- TION B In announcing my ciindulmjy for (ho lioiniiiation ol' Con- grossman from the Second District subject to the action of the W Wepublican Party Convention on August Sth, 1 desire to say that Hi in the event l am noininated and elected 1 shall adhere strictly Kj to Wepublieau princi)l(s, as represented by the plunks of the Convention platform. I .lu regard to prohibition, my actions and procedure will be I iroverned entirely by whatever definite stand is taken on the I. subject by the Uepublicnn Party at the coming convention, and I I may also state that I am and always have been for nation 9 wide prohibition. I .1 shall .no before the Convention as a candidate for Con- gressinan from the Second District of Utah with a record I . is a business man and a member of t...

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. — 5 August 1916

vTIIlII--5, 1!l!l -- - . -;- . AMERICAN FOKK C1T1X11N 8 Tl RDA . U U ST C, 1910. fr ;i am. fork locals . I t v , Mr Jli" MtKnno nml l' irtt ' p ln AmmN pic",!, !! MomlB. I rUU.tTu Ia mornliiKfor H Mr i! Lowe of Piovo, i" American Koifc Tuesday af V vi .11.1 wth his mother, En:aboth l.oe I j Mr i,lrl Williams have Ed" to their dome In Salt l.ako fbVln u.. tho homo of II. Htrk of 'I "r for lhw ,,nst W Kind Mm n" IJyilnBor I'lovn. Sucda) - ' V'.lny In Amo.t- rork lsllln with "or parents, ladMra S ' Chlpmnn. I. ' m rr ' " "'Oirncd Momlay K'a month' " " "'r 'nuRH- Mr A"iii" Jonct In Salt Lake. I , nc'ci-.n. mm by hor nlcco. trino Flrmn .r from Wyoming. r, Jcanrtto Sinclair and daugh- jlrs. K K Sehcfhkl and Mrs. Ned Kntlo retinae 1 to their homo In Ijkc Thurday after spending past two work's with SIi8.,G. J. Hlalr. m s. J. Jones of I'rovo. was hero flrst of the week visiting with her Bier, Mrs. Maltha Fenn who Is at tare of her daughter, Mrs. I SI. Hid. Mis Kcnn Is reoovoilng fiom r; seri...

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. — 5 August 1916

'1 AMn.ClN FORK CITIZEN, BATHlDAVg 5 Wttk j LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS H Orlu Loivls or Ball Lake wns Is- HB UIiiK relatives In Lehl Sundny. HH Mrs. Miiy K. lloylo wns visiting hor EflBf father, .Inmcs Kirkhiim, Sundny. Hfi Miss Mnrjurlo Ilnrdy la a Zlon vlslt- MER or IIiIh weok. HHHI Mr. W. C. ICnist of Yolk, in hero HH for a few days vlnlt with his family. WB Miss Mabel Giles Ih a Hall I. alio City Hb guest this week. fSB You should rend every Item in Hi Clil.inaim oil (tils week. H James: Klrkhain wan an Intururhaii MB jiaHRciiKor to I'rovo .Monday. 3H After a month's vlnlt In Idaho, MrH. BB Hay Itono enmo home Saturday. B Mrs. Nlla Manning niiotit tho mlr! jH week with friends In Halt l.-iko cfty. HH Miss Ituliy Price of Holier watt the UH guest of .MIhh Vnlrta Itackor Inst v.ue -. HH AmoiiK tho Improvement:! bultiK mud" rHJ on Soro l.lly uvcntio nro a now bun HB by Phillip .Touch, an addition to Chrt- HH VctorRon'H home, anil a liarn liy (i. I. HH Co m or. HI Hnvo your shoe reim...

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. — 5 August 1916

1'"" . .. AMBH.CA.N FORK m-a,v ,,,, STANLEY BROUGHT ffltP BURIAL fl Henrietta U h. Stanley, wire Jd Frank Stanley of Sa t Lake "mil brought hcio for burial yes '; short services presided over jMwjeM were hold In tho First VccttaB i'ose ut four ,c,0C1k ;Kbr afternoon. Services were ol 'flllnSalt I-nko City before bring .ebodr to l-chl. !K Stanley passed oway In tho I.. lH'hopit aftcr n ,onB ,Uno8B ll,Bt" Several eck She was n daugh Hf Mr anil Mrs. Abraham Lossc n'meers of Lehi, and was born His city, October 17, 1SC3. TJie Bcr part of hrr life was spent In Hcity- H. cts first marred to .Ins. Lamb llrrd Hh him till his death. ollrln; with J'''- ,'ainb b1' RftV0 to four children, thrco of whom, EKa Horcn of Wallsburg. Lo- umb and Mm. h. G. Nlclson of or, Idaho still survive. Httr lltlnK several years n widow get and married Hlshop Frank Hie; of Salt Lake City, who nt tho H resided on nf arm over .Tordn Hrp Stanley survives her. She Is Hjurtlved by tho following broth Hand sisters. Davi...

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. — 5 August 1916

T AMKIUCAS FOKK CITIZC'. S' It DAY. Ai'orsT 5. 1010 - - !fci a .It)!! : LEHI LOCALS Hi H jH Mis. 11. I'. Ilnrdy In vliltltiK vv Itli H relatives In thu Blnle capltol. PR Mr. rind Mr. II. C. Comer ippnl jH Mondny in Knit l.nko City H Mr. Clyde Kox who Ih employed tit WB Hlnghiim spent Sundny helo. BR Mlas Velum (llbb Ih spending Hih WM imnitli with relatives In Canada. H Mm. H. .1. Walker In spending . ' B 1-tyH In Salt l.nko City with hor iIiiiikIi fH tcr, Mm. S. II. AihiniK. H Miss Kllr.it Phillips Is llui KueM f jaH her Hlster, Mm. UvpmH Andnmoii In H Morgan thin week. jH Mwilaim'H .Jonlo Miiitlndnle nml H Mnml Austin upeiit a day la't week nt , H Snltiilr. H Mr. Marlon Walker, who Ih employ , H od nt Haysou ttppni Hntuidny nml Run wMm ilny nt homo In l.clil. MW lluiullton mill Mori In Howard of H Pnysou. iup IhIHiik with their rout. H Ins, the Cardner rhllilron. HH MIr Chun McC'nrrlo returned to Si' ' wM Ijiko City Siimhiy after having spent WM her vacation hero. H Henry Tliiiimm...

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. — 5 August 1916

Tl.nn.vV. AUOUST B, 101& , AMKK1CAN FOUK C iTm SATPHDAY, AUGl' T C, 1D10. I Pleasant Grove Departm.erit J mostle Talmage Speaks Plainly At Stake Conference I VLEVEN HUNDRED PEOPLE LISTEN TO HIM TATE THE CHURCH ATTITUDE ON STATE-WIDE INHIBITION. Ounrterl Conference of tho Alpine Stake convened here rilav aii'l Sunday. At one of tho sessions a count was 1p sliowiuK I1-'' WV Pi'i'sent, with 4(5 automobiles used as Wo around the regular seats and themselves used as seats. Elder Jnnies K Talmngo of the quorum of the twelve and .idcntllnrt of tho Seventies were tho visitors representing church authorities. The splendid singing of the combined bunder the leadership of Dr. B. .1. Merck was u feature and .j,., l,v M. V. lT. representatives was appreciated. jrccroioiioit3 by hoiiio of tho .Uir organizations nnd Sunday esses by Miss Delia Peterson of First Ward, recently returned , tho Northern States nnd Miss , Thomas of the Lehl Third Ward. e sermons Satin day by Kldors age and Hart wcro...

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. — 5 August 1916

mmmw VH AMLiUCAN FORK CITIZEN', ' JTAYuvorgrh, 4 mi i - i ,i,... ...m......' - fjiiil I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS FWWnl Voit should road ocry llrm in ImHH Clilpmnns ad (his week. ifffln Mr. W. 10. Slmrn Ih recovering from fjWBf a six week's attack of piiotimonla. IffiMl Airs. Hvu IloNler of Halt Lake was IHH liare vliltlng with Iter hi other Goorgo ftwl Meredith, mid wife, Sunday. HHXl ' ' ' jffiHH Alma Olson ictiiincd Monday moni- 'JbB 'nK to "l"R,in" nfter spending Iho jJjJMB iaut week with IiIh wlfo nnd children. njnB Mrs. II. C. .IoIiiihoii anil family nro fslB spending a pleasant week's outing In lniai Aniorlcnu Fork Canyon. mlmm J'r" '""' A,r"' ,T' ''' '(!,lfiC'" of I'rovo, HfflB woro In Atnoilcnn I'oik Sunday vls- 'M&mW King nt I ho homo of Josso Crookston. ! .iSB .John W. Chlpmnn nnd hoii Milton, fjH of Bait I, a 1(0 woro American Fork via- jjifH "ora early In tho work. HH Ohloo I'rlday of Logan, spent moHt (, WU ,)f "10 week hero visiting with her , 9m hrothor,...

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. — 12 August 1916

I American Ebr k Citizen WT0" AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATUimAY, AUGUST 12. 1910. NUMUER 17 ' H . "ffiif y J ifPACIFICll f BRINGS, $4,211.16 B were iccclvcd this week ReT eighth err of ore shipped to - from the Pacific mine W Z rwent lexers havo been nCe(nCl The o,o assayed 123 1-2 W ft ilhcr per ton. 3.79 per cent l'nC', and 0t7 ounces gold, making PPIholc lot average $87.77 per ton ',,21170 for the car load. The Co. Knottier car of this class at the KZ shipped this week and another K ready to 8"1"- Thl3 laBt cnr nrt" K company in royalties $840.03. R this rate the company will soon K in a position to dcclaro a. comfor K. dividend to tho stockholders. c;,rt Ferlln Is now breaking down a K of' lead ore that will run about 9 per ton, and of which class It Is Kid the mine has a big supply. Kanyon will soon get i geological survey Lernmrnt Engineers Now at Work Hitherto!? JIntcrlal For American rork-Alta llcport. I B. S. Dutlcr and a coro of Govern Kicnt geological engineers aro now at K...

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. — 12 August 1916

8A-. U. ,..,, U ..... AM.K.CA.S FOLK cm. --IT,. ,.' I'lUfUsi lVilonil (.'looriiniout'N m Sjstcm (if llfiil l.fin!lii? Iv IVr Cent .Miwf) on !!l8I Loin 'I line l') merit. ' if tIIeI Probably tlio moat important logls- ' '1 ilfff lnt,v" ,ahWl by ,h" !",",,n, eoiiKrow iDj la the Kami Loan Act which will I lUsf mu ,i l,oH,,,,'," fo1 os,'ry tnrmvv n 'i &M Ameileti to net tiro l per cent money filttw "" Io"K "mc ,n"llttgrt ,(","' Tn" v wiwf 1'"1 wim t,lKnr'1 ,,y ""' ,'r,,",UM"t u",, (vHmK bocnnio ii law July 17, WW. '-mMmR Thnro tiro (wo NyRluin. ono oporat- 'I''fS ,,l; l'"01"11 r-cKlumil lll,,u l1,ll,M' nllu , j, 3JH tlio oilier nperutliiK through Jolut- 1 ''''fjHJ ntoek land bunks. Hoth me under Hip., ' '' M Ronornl ttupoivltdoii of a Fedoinl 'iHffle rnrni Loan Uontd hlh ban already; ) ' ' j jfif Iiopii appointed by tlio I'H'Blilonl Tnol j Bj flrat syrttotn Ih Iho ono Hint will prob- ' i 'JUm nl,,v ')C tno """'0 Bonerniiy Ht,,i- fMm- I'tirin Lonn Associations !'4'iiHV Local farm loa...

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. — 12 August 1916

'BTlM LGjf,.12' "11. - ' AMERICAN FORK C1T17.C.N', BATlHUAl, 1 OFST 120U'BB ge,l;i3.'U0Gis : H .j, Ht B , a In Palt Lnko the F UTAH H . ., ml son. of Provo wcro at A W K,r, . r -k TucS(lny ," lUc ln ifo,r fann,n8 Pr0PCrly' . oiwn of Provo, Is n guott m,,h this 1 n Mor ' sr- r sInnlsh ror1c IjfflKH the wcok.it tho Lome of IB'on.K. A nnd family. H ) Iloesloy of H J day's this week tho guest of E&fllflW tfomtr Cl'l-.toii?on of Bingham, H, ten ... - t tho homo of hi Hf.thcr, Wrf" fhrlatenBPn tills wedc. HLflflB tiins Marg'tet Osborn of Salt Lqko ( J , guf3t of Mr. nnil Mrs. T. A. On. i rneat th. i nke Resort Sunday. H i.V I)n8 was over from I'rovo I H idnf? la" 'o Interest or tho local H Telephone office HHHH pav( ),nl of Bingham came homo H from l!li)Kt"n Wednesday, aftor H pending the lnt seven months there. HBVH gn04 Brown, ii Holy Crosn mi rue. H ipent tlie week end In American Fork HBVB Vti, icr sister, Mm. Jim Oulette. H pornn.i Miller in spending n couple HBhI 0f neck's In Lo...

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. — 12 August 1916

SATURDAY, AUGUST 1L, 191C, . ffljfr l LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ia ii . - . "- HB Tho 11. II. club met Monday ovcnlng B' nt tho liomo of Mrs. Huth Sominors. K Mrs. Jnno Mason liml ns hor guest B- Sundny, her Hon, (leorgo m;d wife of HI Salt Lnko City. HI Mr. .1. II. Wntson loft Saturday for HK Milwaukee to consult with tho big Wm ohoo house he represents In I'tnh nml Hg ' Idaho. Hr- l'cicy Croppor, mining editor of tho HH Dcscrct News spent I'rldny In l.ohl, HS tho guest of W. 13. 13vnns. Ho went B up Amciicnn Fork C'nuyon Siiturdny. Hj Maik Shaw has purchased a place H near Salt I.ako City and will go Into HH tho dairy buitlncss. II o will move IiIh HV fnmlly there In tho near fiitmv. Hjj Have your shoo.i repaired hy ono Hi who learned tho trado nt tho Economy Hi Shoe Shop on Main street. Vou will HI' bo Riven satisfaction 12tf HV Do you have Turkey rod or white Hi wheat? lloforo you Roll call up Chip- Hi man Mercantllo Company. HI W, 13. HvmiH, I.eo Clonics and Percy IBS Croppor f...

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