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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 2 September 1916

American ifprk Citizen 1 1V0UX1V . AMERICAN FORK OITIZEwJdATOllDAY, SHlTEMDEli 2, 191G. " -------- B I DOLLAR DAY I ANU rAoniiJii onun The feraml ll'umlimtioii unlo nnd Bfahlon short scheduled for next r&ursday promises to bo tho biggest WLn d( its kind urcr given in a city Hh ic of American Fork. Tho mor. I Hants, business men nnd commercial . are all back of it, nnd promlso Kateeuts H1 lMPPen ns printed In Kur last and pusent Issues. primarily It Is a faslilon show to Illustrate li? styles for tho coming Hcim and eomimto them with thoso fcfwars ar" ut lu addition there B tt special stiles, Ulumlnulions, n '" . nusle, Uxlttt models, freo pic. "and n eraml bnl1' ncad ,ho -BTto'ftirtlicr iil'ormnllon Kn'T turn them down. Vflne icrson in ti city can not do It Hi No class of citizens can sue. WLei&i well as tho whole- community. Kt every Individual boost nnd liolp Hoake tho coming "Fashion Show" n Hand success. Don't ho n "knocker" H a 'leaner", but boost nnd lift. Let .rrr-ert...

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. — 2 September 1916

9i AMEHIC -N FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. BEPTbMBER . , 'HS I I r"7 j i ilwSNN h JFi BBm 8 Si B wf lkiiOFJfld T"i-l B i i- 1 AND FASHION .SHOW I I SL'ITA TO meet the demands of the "DOLLAR DAY SALE" -MAlW I 1 il Ui iM A , e CHIPMAN MERCANTILE COMPANY has used JM I 1 ,f7 IM the knife, making prices' so extremely reasonable that no rTfe, I B I -f rmk one can possibly make a mistake if you do your buying ixll I I I 41'f 'if 1 u with them. Many, many articles that have heretofore sold ft TA I I W SmShm from $L50 to 4-00 m be Placed on sale Sept. 7th, 1916, for $1.00 only. I II i IplP Hundreds of valuable articles will be sold for $1.00 that are worth two v ,u ml Bf pit! ; ill and three times as much ordinarily. Who wouldn't give $1.00 for $2.00 ! i W If & ,'U r $3 aS the Case might be THESESNAPS ARE NOT FREQUENT. JL S K II I AiL- e Make our Dollars Stretch on Dollar Day 2J I Lvj 16 Yards Hope Bleach 20 yards Calico Light and Dark 10 yds. best Zepheyr Ginghams, worth Wool Serges worth 75c...

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. — 2 September 1916

r,pnAV. SEPTEMBER 2, 1016. AMERICAN FORK C1T1ZIA', SATTRUAV, SIM'TEMMER 2, 191G. ; r - BIG DOLLAR DAY jg 1 j I llf t PvyAT -' ' li,! rv '" ' ! ' i8';ift ' ii--w wibbbbbii I I nra ""' 1 ; llifl )3Q au MERICAN FORK is to have another of those I wf 1 I I l?)CC-- IVv ( "- f A business Men and Commercial Club. The p faf I 1 ; I lllT 1 1? " 41 event is to surpass, if possible, anything yet sug- 4 ( j hl I I !ffl I J lift I r 00' Rested. Thursday. September 7th, 1916, com- : jOLiJvn I 1 I I W 1 1 1 1 mencing at 8 o'clock in the morning and con- y !j I llVir 4..M JL tv tinuing throughout the day, ending at 10:30 in the evening" If'YC vm I TTtJnP J Vli P le Business Firms of American Fork are very much en- Jj g, jfc ! M I u 'il V rl ? thused over this coming attraction. Every Business House $ n" . I Ml I I l I'tfll Idw will be handsomely decorated and brilliantly lighted in the ? """T- " oil if i' y"rl -evening. ' The Main and Merchant streets are to be cleaned, . Cj ,r'Yk4 I 'll I iiiill H ...

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. — 2 September 1916

- iF- it PM '' I lu ' ' ''' K 1 . .- filing nlSK n1001? j M Mrs. aYi'co Landos nnd children of , SB 10" ,iro H1,cn,U"K ,1lC W T I MM Mrs. J. J mil. t j i 3 MIbbch TiBBlo fltoUc a',i:"; HI Ing a imily BKn by Artt or Uio.i M . y0m,g lady frtonOntttvo. j fill MIbb llonlrlco Andorfcon en so honm IHh 'Saturday evening from llrl'ham Clly. lUI where nho UnH boon the r.uwtt ot her mm olBtor. Mn. l-'rnnlc Ycnrunco Tor mo fflH Inst ' thrco xwcota HHl ' "Tho general ffwnrin -meeting of tho nf boo lilvo girl tho Second "Word wan Sal held Tuesday evon'iiiK In tho nsscin. af biy rooinB. Tl.u Hvsnrm bognn nt 7:30 Bfrl nftor which '(ho glrH mndo candy nnd WSSa coohlos. t1'1.1b nncollng concludes tho Hn ...... -w.o.'! rnr Uiln snnfinft. 1 llNDisoin- l 'Garage State St. JL LEHI i That's all Cement Head Stones H I nn iircpared to ninko all kinds WM of Cemimt Toral Stones. Tho kind HH Uiat is being used In t'ullfornln JBB5 eoaieterlcR. They look ns noil ns HH marble and wear longer mid tin HB price Im ...

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. — 2 September 1916

I KT- ZZ ' JL, AMBUIOAN FOllKpiZEN, SATURDAY, 8KPTKMIIKK 2, lU 8 Mf " . --- - iii . V I The Lehi Department ' '.-'. j - . n the rartcck Joseph Itak aplctcd ghlus tho Primary ml frhoo! nulidlnw o iost dcanlm; icad for use Mon M, kiddlcs Tho floors hnvn Hi thcic lias tjeen n liberal Hi'somlne and tho walla .and K cf tho arnmiunr building K entirely rc-palntcd. price has filveil the high Knillar treatment. The Scgo j Kn tullitlilBS linvo also boon Hf renovated Monday will , non day and Tuesday tho , H cf the year will begin. j fcOGHES TORNADO H.flc nlnil storm struck Lchl Kflcrnoon vlilch In suddon I velocity much resembled a H it did several hundreds or ., damage In a fow minutes. 'he west end piblo oft tho tui H.bousc entailing a damage or H)0. Supt. James H. Gardner H.(i by tihoro tho bricks roll j a minute before. Hut for pile of sugar next tho wall obablc the entire wall would, Hlen. till camp wagon In Cedar Htas upturned llkowlso a load tear the new Jordan lllvor mere was much lo...

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. — 2 September 1916

SATURDAY, SKPTEMUKU 2, 191C He i AM. FORK LOCALS Hnl HB ! HHf Tom Minns lias purchased Itcrt Ail. KH iimsoiiH residence on Lake Street. HH lllshop .1. W. Storrs made n bind. H hcbs trip lo, Halt Lake Tuesday. H Albeit Itoulcy left Monday for mi HJ extended stay In Murtutigh, Idaho. HHt James Crystal, Sr., loaves Monday HH for IiIh hoiih, .lames and Alex'n ranch H In Altotiali, Utah. HHJ 1 school tablet fret; with overy IHJ iiounil of loose U recti Tea, l!iie at . tlio Harrington (liocery all next week. H Mt'H. J. V. IrvliiK of Ball Lake, Ik HH upending tlio week with hot motlier, HH Mrs. Mary Cunningham. HJ. Mth. Hurry Allen of Garfield spent HH' n fow days here IIiIh week, visiting HB' with MrH. 1). F. Kan or. HH I'oik being very scarce enll lieu HH Halllday, Amuilean Fork. Tor jirlco. HH Phone Hfl Jlrs. 11. .1. .lone spent Monday In HH Amorlcaii Fork with her parents, HH I'reH. and Mrs. H. L. Ohlpmaii. HI Mr. and MrH. 1''. I- lllekham auloed HH over from 1'iovo Monday and npent HH...

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. — 2 September 1916

gKim:MUljU 2, 191C. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, SEI'TEMUEIt 2, U1G. L , ,., . . BL pleasant Grove Department 1 I - ;JB pIF ACCIDENTS V ,.iion I.cjHo Frecmnn got I? in the cl.culnr saw '.he tolirst fingers nt ho iolnt 1IU U"lm WnS MJ ffii be saved. I , ' 0011" Matthews came fS"Mnl ,wllh i1'9 1!I",.,r tr0. )j, b.okcn, two teeth "oil h okl"1 f'Hc;1- To E aleldrd the pick linndlo Knr for an nisualt with n H 1. thowrck the 14-ycar old Br and U car oltl son of Mr' H'ri Earl Smt'h wcio going to hcn thej mtt S. K. Runnel Kt control of li!n auto and j to pieces he bugy in which Klren were rh.lng. Tho llttlo , bil(i!y bruf-fd end a doctor Kyeral stltchc In her face. f B-;ilay Chart, i Tollc was com. HiAracrl an ,,flI on horseback B,(n near th spot whero A. H. Hh was killed Dean McEvnn Hrcnl Into Tollo's horso throw. 1, hor?e and rider completely eal'o. Toll? fell under tho bii all his teeth loosened nnd Hid up for revoral days. The Hri3 also Injured. H H Saturday lloyd, the son of Mr. K,...

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. — 2 September 1916

SATURDAY, SHPTEMUKR 2, 191C. L !! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS "daW . ti Ffl Mm. J. 1 Knrror of I'rovo Bprnt Wod. H nwHluy In American Fork visiting with PS lior MtMtor, Mm. .. S. Harrington. B Hollo Wnllter mill wire nnd Mrs. I H Woods aiitood In from Vernal early In B tlie week and am (siting with IiIh PS jmtTiitK, Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Walker. F-W Thuru Is Homo Interesting ml, wllli rfl Kami biii'KaliiH-oii the wirloim pimm IM of thin Imhuu. Head tlirin all and take HH adrantngn of tlio sales. H v 1 RCliool tablet fico with every ! Iiound of Calumet linking I'owilor, at ffl llunlngtotrs (Iroeery all next wrck. H . Mr. Uun Clilnninn In cotniany wit); HH.T Mr. D. I'ratt ami daughter leluniCil FA ' ourly In the. week to thulr home In St. EH'' Anthony, Idaho, after being gliosis at HB the homo of Mrs. Snrnh II. Clilpmnn mB ' for the punt week. KH Mr. ntid Mrs. Lawrence Storrn of K l'nyson are reJoleliiK orr tho aril- JBJ "" val of n baby girl lioin the latter iart DB-'1 (p 'I1 we...

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. — 9 September 1916

American Fork Citizen J uXIV AMERICAN FOUIC CITIZEN. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 191C. NUMBER 21 W Siow I GREAT SUCCESS . Fashion Show and Dollar Day day w9 n ,10Vcl u,u,orta,lnB for m of ir slzc' but th0 l'co')lc nondcd to the Idea nntl mndo It u ess a11 tlmt th0 l'romotor8 cou,a K'dcslrcd. In tho forenoon busl V .a3 only normal, but In tho af. noon tho capacity of tho clerks In B the stores selling fall goods, waB cd to their utmost All of tho man. vnCn approached for an oxprcs. said that they woro delighted h results. Nor did the sales stop the usual closing hours for many r. )n tho ovcnlng and made pur. Kcs after seeing tho living models. Khe parade In tho evening was tho Kturo of tho whole day and drow an Knenso crowd of pcoplo, a good per But of whom cam0 trom tno out s,tl' Tbe contrasts between tho old and r styles was most effective advortls. K9g and tho fall styles exhibited beautiful living modols afforded a Ktt excellent opportunity for tho K(s to decldo which styles to oose. ...

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. — 9 September 1916

K aA HTl'IUMY, SKITHMUHIt 9, 191C. tt flK vN FORK CITtpw SATURDAY qrt.T I , - y one clock not set ahead KHMl w,se Official Who Couldn't Solve the H Problem That Was Puzzling the RRhB Teuton Farmer. MBB 'I'll' iii'u regulation In (ti'iiiiiiti by IIH which the t links itic Iti'i'li scl fur H wind one hour us nn itiimlcnl mens HH or)1 In tin- mutter of illumination hits SUB proved somewhat pulling, espcclull.v IMH '" IiiImiIiIIiiiiIs In the rural ilWnlcW HjB Tl"' I'rnnlxfiic Icr Zellung relates un 1HH amusing Incident which occuned In IBM Connection therewith 111 ItuMll In. ItllS MH nniH ltasiiiusscn, a fnrnirr, who vvns nl- JSH wJ punctual In uitnpl.vlng with nil IHH 1iwh iiikI regulations, wns hdiihmv lint M bewlldeicd liy this new order mill HI sought counsel In tcguid thereto nm aH the district olllclnl. IB "Well, Itnsmusseii, what In troubling iMH yu "'?" wild tin- olllclnl to tln fui in- 'H or, who stood before lilm nervously WMM fingering his cap. flB "U'h about the clocks," wil...

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. — 9 September 1916

,iv sKlirEMHEIl 9, 1010. mtj-iii)a. J - AMUMCAN FOniCClTIZEx Ml FORK LOCALS : j B'babr m wi boru t0 Mr nn D(lba, iwnscn last Sunday. ii( j ndio bus ltad as hur f' "hl,s v. k Illnnch and Kdnu ror.N'U' B. -. gLt i...i"'ied until you sop Enow- ' Hronx Monday. I MtC'lc--' "l Kennedy Thorn- ipnt b ""''' 0IKl Sunday In 1 . j j nrul;f left Thursday Kg for o '' visit with lelu. In Salt I ak Br lloao il.ins.on returned early the col rrom ii ten day's Walt B her ! ,f r " Salt 1mg. HL, jrij Ti" lu r lit Ltuk Is here King i'It lrr mother, Mia. Alvn firecn Bir and Mi I'ctcr MuiirIiii nutoed fijrflold Snmi ,v and spent tlio day B relate" B'rs la CI 1 1' ) nn mid children of jant drove were, visiting with icdMra Tiiotnas S Friday Wed. Jay Braes and Vlex Crystal huvo 10. Bed fl0m t'lplr ranches ln Altonnli, Bi. '1"cr 3t'1 ndltiK the summer re, Br- K- ' "'"'i1 'eaves tomorrow Uic home lti S.iltl.nko after spend. Bthopa.st monili with her parents. Bind Mr ltnn Rowley. M'.ti. George Tyler and daughter...

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. — 9 September 1916

.1 ', , I SATURDAY, SKPTKMHKIt 9. 1010 AMERICAN FOHK CITIZE'J SATURDJ31gEPTEMBa , 9 & 1 : r , , i ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS u-i. J ii I I i r, JliJUff' M'88 J,l"n Wilcox Is a tcnclior In tho I fal ' M.' American Fork hcIiooIh thin season. WmfrM? ' '' "lnw" Sr., spent tho cnily ftBHB tmrt of tho week In Salt Lako with JjjKffi relatives. HflHH Mr. and Mm. James II. Gardner and mBmB family spent Krldny at Wost Jordan. ils2fl They mado llio trip In their auto. Qfl Have your hIiooa repaired by ono jWfiE who leurnt-tt tlio trado at tho Economy flHB Shoo Shop on Main street. Yon will 1HH ha given satisfaction. 1 2lf I'fijH Mr. Marvin nnd Miss ValolH Run. I.IMH nlon of TnyloiBVlllo nntocd to I.ohl IaBH Sunday and spent tho day as guests li'HH nt the J. II. Gardner homo. flflH David, Matt and Roy Carson Hpcnt gflB Saturday in Salt Lako City at the HH ahecp Hale. They purchased 8 year!. HH lugs past of Shropshire rams for a f9H ""in abrogating nhout $S00. 1Q Mrs. Maudo Whipple was hoste...

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. — 9 September 1916

'i HlDAV. SKItEMDKU 9' 191C' AMHK1CAN FOHK CITIZEN, SATl m)AV, SElTEMUKIl 9, 101C. ! --Mr '""""' .-..- . ,1" .. . . . wf I The Lehi Department j H H BSberger I ROYAL THEATRE I, Kins, Democratic nominee K,j StateJ Senator anil Simon r Democratic nominee I Vvcro riven an cnthuBlastle Kit the K'al Tlicntro Thurs K. bJ. a house that comfoita. .! the house. The rlly wb held Kc auspice 4 ot tho Wilson Id E. N MadBon ,ts l,rc8l,,rllt I i Mr Hazel Holmstcad snug K,J Without a Stain." Biamberiert talk was witty and from a bit lness standpoint. Kslscd to use business prlncl. H tho affair-' of state. Ho wns Kically I" (avor of l'rou,blt,on 0Oi,C(l to sign tho 1)111 soon n l(d. m distributing stato oITlccs Llscd to recognize both Mor. in. non-Mormons. In his own s arc employed Mormons nnd orsons nnd promised that his ,tfS would ho In tho ratio to LltUon SO to 20, tho larger rbclnR of the dominant church. Kc King mado tho principal ad. ot the evening and was given jpplauso as ho reached hl at cl...

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. — 9 September 1916

vmcuican fohk crmi:x. Saturday, hf.. SATt'KDAY, skptumhkii 0. 1010 , M- " - IjMlD jL& 1 : LEHI LOCALS H H Miss lleithn Powell returned lu Lo. B lit Fildny after u months visit in Lark. B Miss Wiinihi Klrkhnni uponL the H week uml in Draper. B Aim. Will Vnughn spent ti few tiny B nu n Suit Lako City visitor this week. B llalph I. I'll' ' Hindu u business trip B to Suit Lako 'luoiduy. B S. A. Wlllort wiih In Hull Lako on a B business trip Snturduy. B Mrn. 1). .1. (itilsfoid or Salt Lako City B was u l.nliur Day guest of her sister.' B Il,r8' Charles Heck. B A enso of dlptherln In quarantined B :lt "u homo ,,r N,r' ani1 'r"- Oliver B - Ktrkliain. B ',l(' lonehors nnd officers of tlio Itli B Wnnl Sunday school wore picnickers B :lL Saratoga hist ovonlng. B (loorgo S. Schow of Albion, Idaho, H in visiting rclutlvi'H lift o. Ho ropoits B crops flno up llioio this season. B Ooorgo Lewis anil I.eo Gnnton went B to I'rovo Hunch yesterday to dlstrl- B huto f,on 'jo.noh uniting tho tomato ...

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. — 9 September 1916

vy, SKIT'"131 l1 ' AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN', SATURDAY, SHPTHMBHR , 101C. pleasant Grove Department j , - 'Ok BLICANJELEGATES . ,bllcanTo7 Pleasant Grove , their primary Thursday 'led the foltowlnu delegates Count)' fonv.ntlo.1 at Snlon. SS. " w ' ,,nyM' An Mrs J V Walker, John 11in' ' jus John Hol'dnwny. J A HolmBn. A- K Co0p "Jk Cooper W. U. Prnmp rl ,,.. M... Cnrl Hanson r milMny. Olo Anderson. ly Mr., J Wndloy. W. W JIB W W W"rnlcU' ll0,)t lrs Uo1 Thome. L. W ' 'j V Lund, C. G. John ; c o Johnson. 1). B. Thorno "ll Thome. Alex Thornton. nNd J Y Walker, Albert An. Mrs Albert Anderson, Chester jjfn Walker. Dan Adams, 1). jense Motion, Samuel Kirk. (ftdley. Martin Monson. J. D. Mrs. J N Thorne, Joseph Otto Nlclson. Lawrence Walk. ' uwrenre Walker, Mrs. Cla. ittlo- . . Hayes was elected precinct in W. W Wanilck, 1st vlco an' and I). H Thome 2nd vlco and Joseph Hilton score. Humphries was nominated as !e for precinct Justlco nnd L. i for precinct constable n Hi ENDED iOLJOMMENCES Khool ...

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. — 9 September 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ' SATURDAY, SP lV HATI'IUUY, SEI'TEMIIEU !), 1910. ,U1W ---------. Eh foil AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hi HE . Clout Hunter loaves Sunday for HJl, Halt I.nlto where bIio will attend the MM; U. of (7. Oils winter. H B,. - . Mr. and Mrs. Minion Cutler of Barn. BBj tOK't HponL Wednesday In Amcrlcnu HV; , Foilt visiting friends. Hk K ,.' Kail Illiquid w:ih down fiom Mug. MR luun a fow dnyu thin week vImHIhk V ' with lils Hlstor, Mm. Ninn Lee. BB CIhik. I.ojslo and Chan. Thornc wete HH, In Wnyno County three dnyu thin week nflj loohliiK for farniliiK land. M , CHEEHO Clmpllii .and IiIm funny HR, foot at the Ilronx Thursday and Frl- H' Hfl' Mrs. Hlchad Mltoiioll Bpcut TuoHdny If In l'rovo, vIrIUiik with hor nlucc, Mrs. KBv ' I'nrl Smoot. Vt - Mrs. Hoy Steele has i ('turned from a fl! ' two weeks visit with her sister, Mrs. fl FitiI Ilenrold In Salt Lake. Hk Mr. and Mis. Win. Elliot of Salt V". Lake spent Sunilny mid Monday In Hfl Anierlcnn Fork with relatives...

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. — 16 September 1916

American Fcjrk Citizen 1 H- XI $gJH(IAN FOIIK CITIZEN, SATUIAY.ism'TKMllim 10, 191C NUMDBIl 22 i Kcific Leasers I Survey For . I Power Plant KfJRES LEASING COMPANY IS COMPLETING ITS Hq,L ON DUTCHMAN FLAT AND NOW PROPOSE jllding power plant with which to oper- Hteit. Darin? tho pust week the Fissures Lenaing Company have B their cn,nwor surveying for a power plant to bo located vwain can on near Kolmans Flat on the Z dugway. The Me of tho pipe line is a short distance below the Dutchman bi n --1 ort distance a fall of several hundred feet can ; in li i'd by taking the stream from tho main canyon D t t , ' tho water from tho Mary Fillon Gulch, sufficient J -i m ' ' obtained for operating the Pacific mine, tluo tjM, i I'l tud practically every other property in the iS 1 "" i inlying lights for all tho houses oil tho Pa kM ' T . ' n m Flats. 9H ' ( Mt a 111 prove too H i.cl ii the canyon B j f r nlll power, and !iH t ' ii i ments are not ' l i P 1'tah Power ft Tf . ,i run Its lino ovor ...

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. — 16 September 1916

BAWIIUAY. SEITRMIIKK 10. 1010. AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, m,rpy ixffl LEHI LOCALS : Hb HB A now girl arrived at tlio homo o HJ Mr. mill Airs. John Kmuii Thursday. Hi Jnmos V. Hough loturnoil from Hi Moore. Idaho lliu past week to attpnd Hi , high Hchool. Hi Miss IJzzIo SIiiiw wan hostess a m the iiii'otliiK or tin; II. II. clnli Mon ' Hi day evening. M Mrs. Victor .Milium presented lu-i Hi husbnnd 1lh n new baby girl Weil- Hi ncsdny. HJ Tho 1.'. your old Hon of Mr. and Mr Hj William (iray hail IiIh IoiibIIh renin w (I HI Thurttilny. Hi r ' Mr. mid Mrs. Alio Uiiilmiiinl.icn oi Hi. ' Clai field arrived In l.elil Thursday mill Hjr are. guestn of Mts. .lane Sneers. HE'- Wo can Mtivu yon L'O to 25 per cent HI on your winter eonln. Wo bought HJ early before the advance--wo make HJ your (lollarw stickli -('hlpniaii'... HJ Mr. mid Mm. .1. H. lloss loft Thurs- HJ day for a two days visit with (licit Ht son, Kdgnr, at Ilrlghiim City. Hj MrH. A. IX Ithudei) and ihiiighlei HJ Marvel atten...

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. — 16 September 1916

B ,v mjl'TEMUER IB, Wl! RPAb , AMERICAN FQBKcmzB. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ICJ910. I Pleasant Grove Department I Kcandinavian J Reunion Opens I Here Today Hoi Htr Tlirf MocthiRi ami ft Grand tonfort-S'"' Visitors Exported. HxieScflndliiadfin Btato reunion will renherc today with ti mooting In the Barnacle at 2 o'clock this afternoon, concert In the Tabcrnaclo this oven. H lt j o'clock and two meetings to Horrovf. It Is expected that thcro will HijOOorOOO Isltora and ninny prom. Knt Scandinavians, Including Presl. RBt Anton H Lund, Andrew Jensen Kj others. preparations aro being made to roy. l; entertain the big crowd with n orcrt and plenty of good things to t. Tho visitors who como today jl be taken to the pcoplo's homos and use who como tomorrow will ho fed the basement rooms of tho Tnb ucle. Committees on all dlflorcnt Rises of tho big gathering havo bccn orkliK faithfully nnd havo every. lug well in hand. The bis thing of tho reunion will llANMIMCHUSSEy I IMALLYIJORED inlla Itoldrnt ...

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. — 16 September 1916

I-'' m SATURDAY, SKPTF.MHF.R 1C, 191C H I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS kkH H Mlsa Corn Thorno, u local ticliool H lonelier, apont tho tlio woclc end nt 1 faor homo in Sprlngvllle. B Mrs. Jessu I 'nt rick of Officii 10. H turned to Iter homo Sundny after H visit with her sister, Mrs. Charles H "Wilson. H Miss Clriin May Koch, u Connor H high neliool toaehor, who Id now llv- H Ing li Salt l.nko City, was tho guest WM of Mrs. Androw FJold Sundny. H Mi 8. Kurl Hortcll and daughter H Hlnncho, enmo homo Friday nttor n H two months visit In Idnho Falls, as H guests of Mrs. Mary McVlcar. H Miss Alice llolmstend who will H tech Domestic Art nnd Sclonco In tho HB rnyson High School tho coming win. H lor loft for Pnynon on Saturday. B $17 Stylo Plus clothes do not change, H no mnttor what tho advance tho snino H year round, and tho world over Chip. B man's is where you got them. M Mr. Enoch Husron and ohlldron Wtl. M ford, Delia and llovn nutord to Og- 1 don Sunday and npont Iho day wl-' M Mrs. A...

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