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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 21 October 1916

u !itthdaY' fork cimrmmKKtKKKKKKKtKKttttttKtttKKMKKM " ----- rtrr . . Trrr r rr . sati uua. uuuhih - jtTB T TheJhi Department .. ' i f GROWERS -t ul9sWrCo.K"'l'rIcoo JLto tor Ml Cornel -1 . 7ITt. 11 Cutler nil. JfS .it th. Vtah-Ma. Should share its prosper. iBJ supr b cf glowers of IRugar bee- This will lwnt )car J contract, nml &HitMprico 16 00 iwr ton for iWSnlBs"Pcr cnl nml ovor Uhtot. ntl 3,7:i for beotS """ JfMTiUndarJ. , (innew ho have so loyally ;f9 sects those ma,,y ycars nro fU'iUci to this r. ko and will A ,how thdr i pprcclntlon by jW,tp,or a neatly Increased JnBbtbelr 1917 contracts. S,ii(rslool tint the Amalga. Msj?" Compaio v III alio In. "m ft price to it 3 "rowers. - ill CLUB I REORGANIZED H Directors of the l.chl Conunor. Hybrid a meeting Saturday ov. Hi:d called a meeting of all the 9Bn for last evening. Tlio ob. (le mcrtlntr I J to dctcrmino tlio H future, whether it should con. ' Hcf whether it Ehould disband and H:! its furnlturo or whether now Hloulil be 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. — 21 October 1916

MKIUCAN FORK CITIZEN'. SATURDAY. Of"rnr, B SATURDAY, OCTODBR 21, 101. "" '" "ITQrifn ,j k : LEHI LOCALS I B (y H Miss Mario NoIboii spent Monday la B fl Mrs. .1. II. dnrdticr was a guest la M Bnlt l-alco City Tuusday. B Howl Chlpiiinn' ml till Imiio. It H means much lo you, B Fiod WmiIrm of tlio U. ot IT. spent tlio wcok end with lili pntriits. V Mis. Carl Ounthar wns lioMesK ttl B tlio II. II. Club's u ( oldy Kensington B Monday miming, H' After u weeks vluit In Stilt l.ttka City BB' Mis DdllR I'oluriHiti lutut licit homo H- Friday. R llrlng your old worn out Hnineu B and timid It In on a spunking new B ouo tit Clilpmaii'i. jH Mrs. Ilibor Unit returned to UiIr. i V linm Saturday after a tun dKy visit m with lior molliur. .Mrs. Sain Taylor. ' H. Mr and Mrs. William St. .loor or' H Bcnnloii spent tlio wirly pail or this I H wcok with icIatlvuH In l.uhl. i H Thoinim Povutr left Tuesday for1 H Went JordHii whuro ho Ik iilKht cIiciii. H iat In tlio augur fiutory. H Clothing and shoes nd...

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. — 21 October 1916

I i, nrrO'"'-1121' 191C' AMKUICAN POllK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, OCTODISR 21, 1010. , I DA'U" - - - . -" s pleasant Grove Department Ireatjonvention nuU'rlor- bllc c"hool teachers of the district hold ono of the K.I conventions In Its Klc.tr tart Saturday. Ke outside educators present ! Rran.Supt, of the Jordan n X Child. Vsslstnnt Sup. HrfAeSalt I-ofc' City bcHooIb; of the I. Y. U Miss Ww Turner of Mldvalo nnd lasting ft,iro ot tho mcct- tte'tvro hours spent nt lunch. ea frivolity ns only pedngog. ft0vf toglvolt wns enjoyed taost. Two of tho chief frl. fciturcs were tho leading of H -Lay It on Hrnvo Hopkins, B-composed by Miller find ttrson and on original song .two by Miss Gardner. Hilts by Professors Ryan and I gcner&l assembly and the H-uUl work wcro of n high Hj productive of much good. luuks OliCAXIZK Republican Indies ot Pleasant irtlnthe City Hall Thursday K and ornnlzed a Republican :! tho following officers: Mrs. I Walker, president; Miss Hn. Ml'tf, 1st vice president; Mrs. ...

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. — 21 October 1916

' HATUIl OCTOIIKIl SI 191G AMERICAN FOHK C1T1ZEH SATURDAY, OCTODer I t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J J !L K . Mis. Hoy Jiolcy was it Provo visitor m Monday. B Mra. Aim i. Chlpman wat a Salt K Lnku visitor Wednosday. H Air. Hrlii Malor spent the first of H tJio wock here with his wife. Hi Airs. Mm Houant spent Tu8ly In Salt txike. l4ltiiR Willi lflatlrsn, H .Mr. Aimer Chlpman was h Osilor ' to (lie Hint Capitol Monday. Mr, T. II. Paikor spent most of (lie - -'eok In l-'airrield Inspecting sheep. " Mr. ituliMt Chlpnmn ami family aulood Id Halt Lake Tuesday. Mr. H. 1'. gnoll wm a Suit Lake H tliltor Tuesday ninl Wudnwday. lllihop j 11 gtorr spent a eotipla of dnys this week ln SJlorra on hnsl. H i lOBS, I , Mr- ' Boloy went to Halt Lake Hi Tnosdny for a fow day's visit with HI relatives. t Dr. KnlKlitoii mid wife and Mra. T. HI A. Ostium inotoiod tit Snll Lake Mnn. W fny nnd spent tlio day.. I! AIih. A W. Huekwallor bad aa hr l Ri"t Inat Friday, Mra. Ohnrlo Fur. Hi " n)W (,f Har...

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. — 28 October 1916

I American Frk Citizen J ImTvtf AMKUICAN POItK CITIZEN, JSATyRDA,iTOIHU 28,1910. ' NUM11KU28 R voi ' '...uiji'. ' awi , Igiiir pCISJR POWER ' iiiolnnoitnut announcements M Miller IIIH Kxiiloratlon Company T, ..iiaclcd for power nnd placed W.S for machnery with which to K. Their tumid with Increased speed MI i mountain between tho Dutch. MaWd Pacific mines. no Exploration tunnel Is now In t CIO feet and has nbout S0O detect tog o to cut the flssuro con. Kilns tho two be.t mines In tho ML, Manner J. C. Jonscii Hays Kt til spceJ rosslblo will bo used drlxlng tho tunnel, and now that Mcctrlc power Is soon to bo avail. ll hC prOpOEC tO 1180 it. Ho Is atfident of getting tho big ore bear. H fissure, am' says that It cannot Het away. 1 IE GROUND I IS INCORPORATED I The Albert- Mining Company Biu Incorporated this week to Bwk a group of 15 claims lying In Br Creek and Silver Fork which Bsmon Mercer anil S. II. lloundy Bivo been gradually acquiring by lo. Bi'lan and purchase the past year. B...

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. — 28 October 1916

SATURDAY, OCTOUFn . B AMERICAN FORK I ITIZhX nuuhlt n H iij. ' " -" - "r H -r-- ' ''' "V" Wl' v- ' ' Hi my HtW CjOWN1) TTS HI '"., x vO B.VE flCA7 H v IT vivX--7 Y0U T0 ) ' H "V-rT t it.'!.' " J ail'swellthatendswell LDy HOLLIDAY CRAY. 3 Hjf Denny lliiiluiiigh clinic Into 111- Hr Bninilfiillicr'H Ulnars ikmI I1ii:k Iilni- Hh iH'lf Into u elmlr. "IIcllii, i;nui(lmll" "flood nun olii);!" quavered it high, H tliln old miIck from n window where HjB the morning miiii wim streaming in, "How tiro j mi this morning, xlrV" "Uoltcnl" answered Denny. HB "Wlnit lime vmis It two. three or Hi four o'cloel. -ulicii .vim unit to Iird'" allied tlu did Din 11 ullli line i-urcicin. "Five,' wild Denny. Tlml Is pictlscly (In! hour I inrncil Hi 'ut, ut your ngu. May I ask wlmt you were doing" Hi It pleased Denny to (ell I he tilltli, I Hi "Usual thing idioiv, ciilmrcl 11111I Hi ctuii." Hi "Why don't you not inn rril V" MH Denny mprcml IiIh IiiiihIx. "Wlmt ' HH on? I Imvi'ii't two cents." ' H "Why ilon'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. — 28 October 1916

.vV OCTOUER 28, 131G. Tir,vn-uv- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, Jt--i -- . m.uv om, SATl'RDAY, OCTOUER 28, 1D16. . BrTli idrortlnu-nt. i "Mllenl Advertisement. .,,, . .. ,, ". " - rr -r -i jt I , Bfcutfc' Political Advertisement. i.itnnni i. , .. ti ...... tsiU Juu fi TmV '"llllcnl Advertisement, rollllrnl Advertisement. WMiA ,. Ijeiflocraiic department - democratic state committee 1 , If I PRESIDENT ACTUALLY DID 10 T AVERT THREATENED STRIKE DISASTER . it I noforeIf,sl,,1,a "Iththcm (the nillvvny executives nnd the rcpres. I Utltcs of Hie employes) I mnilo myself acquainted with (u points B ii rontroTcrsj'. Theflrft UiJiip I M'1 ,,0" h(1cs w tin 1 slood for the elu'ht.hour i Wfnase u man does belter work within eight hours (him hc docs I more extended dny. I suld to tho rnllrond executives: "You nre i.lln? Hint the result of the eight hour day ho predicted and the pre. I Iwlon lc arbitrated. Tho rcasonnblo thing to do Is to grant the eight. ioordar "ol lll',,IS,, "l0 mcM (,cn,n",1 t '"'caus...

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 October 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. TUUDAJOCTOUErt 28 SATURDAY. OCTODEIl 28, 101C -- rrr L"14- " ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hi n - HI William Trlnnlnwiii, Hr., In ninklru; H dally trlim to I'rovo on tlio Orcm. Ho H Is doing Jury duly. H Mrs. .lolm Dnrcny, Jr., presented H lior IniRlmnd wllli h flno tmby last H Frldny. H Mrfl. A. J. Klrklmin who In nt the H locnl hospital gnvn lilrlh to n fine H baby hoy Humlny. H Mth, Jchho Hull llnhr wns critically H HI Sunday with nervoim prostintlon mW but nlio Ih now Imiirovcil. jH Karl nml Soyniour Itohcrtfl purchnn. HH' crt npw hand Instrnmontu tills week H for upo In I ho high ncliool hand. H MIrh ChrlHtlnn nnil Slfttril !.arnon MW of Bull I.nko Hpont Hnnib.y In l.dil mM with tliolr father, I,. V. I.arBon. HB' Havo your hIioua repaired by ono who lonrnrd tho trndo nt tho Economy Shoo Shop on Main Htrrnt. You will HH bo Riven satisfaction. 12tf M Clydn Varnny who Ih working In tho Mldvnla reduction plant Hpent tho EH early part, of the week vlHltlng his 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. — 28 October 1916

Ml: - , AMEWCM FOaK C1T1Z BATl.HDAY.OCnOUMIllMOie. ? 1 The Lehi Department ft - BBmf , pSjR SEASON irScctias"cr.o': RftSyd"edforttho ,m Tnldcs putting up tomatoes fr- Z has tills year mado a "sMCnPw rbQ cntro ,)ack i,n8 'm t a good Price nntl S,r SSbeMnstho cans ready to Km to nolso, SaU Uko. Iown HS hcro thcy havo on I SERVICES JiILlBAHR I ,Formcr Kclilcntl of Lehi and Hjitl'nlon Iair-j Sumy Lclil Bjim Bihr, a former resident of B who dfed nt Union, SaU Lnko H.r jst Friday, was broughht to Mi to: burial and funeral services Hbe!d ia the Tlilnl Ward mectlnK IK Sanday afternoon, Mshop Hen. ,,, presided. William Hadfleld B brief biographical sketch of Bieccasod and mado somo remarks. Bffpcakcrs woro Klder E. H. Da. B UW, Patriarch W. B. Smith of Eton Fork and Bishop C. L. M. B of Union Ward. Mrs. J. T. Bill"1 Miss Marcolla Johnson B i duet. Ulaliop Lewis gave tho Kb; prayer and George F. Karnes Hdoslsg one. ilHtm Balir was born In Salem, ft, June 21st, 1873. Ills parents ftt William a...

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 October 1916

WK - ,K 9AT""D"'0""',-I 8ATI HUAY OrroilKH 28. 13U' ., y rollllml .h.TllM.im.iH. I'nllll"'! l"TlN.-iiii'iiI. I Republican Columns hy I HflflflflflflflflVflflWlvv B iiflflflflflflflflflflflHflflBflflflflflflflIxu4 KKi3EHjHyH hhb I HHHflHBHflDflHHHHHHHHflHHHHHHHHHHC' ffHHRFflfll hhb iflflBwwllBfffll58K3BBwBflflflflflflflflflflflF ( jjHflHHijflBfflHjf B OHHllPlnKK yC IflflflflflflflflflflflflH WflBBWfllra? & aPkK'M 1 . flflrw ,fv tA H flflflGAflflKar ? Vr&gr5r 'Mt& & A flflV & Vfr irflflflflflflflflflflflH Hflfl HHHHlflflHflHHEv B'jfcSc?''x fctj wfltVjif ' " j9hhhhhhhhhhh H NEPHI L. MORRIS B Tin elect ion of Xephi lu Morris ns Governor of Utah B will be n lypienl instance of Utah coining into its own B Born of parents who were with the vanguard of the original B pioneers of the State, his life story is closely identified m with the growth of the State (hiring the forly-six years m since his birth- His father, 101 ins Morris, was, without H doubt, one of the best kno...

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 October 1916

D,iOeTM - AMERICAN FORK CITIZHN. "H S5l 1 1- 1 ? n . I raP ipiir s pi U . ggj ' ii HI l p 1 pjll i I illlPIJir 1 If f& I S I JaaannnrTinngrTinnln-rb-innSh-TTT-i 1 I "'Used f0p e , H rt 2 Jo """" "" FH ;!',' ,'""css PM & s PsP N o K '" wT -j 2 ' - 50 iH yro,dOD' ? x x 9 ? - -.of $ g 2 C?s ?2jR g 2 H . H .RcZh,i Isl P S. I ? S. I. I 2 .S'OtfPaK'Kjl ?.w8 .a8S S?X 5 .1 S g? ;'M r "nnj jnB g .J J - J I , jjjj m) ,H Sj ! I! . ilf ?!?.? afpJ:l: j'iiH I l?JJJ?ifE Jl fill 111? i - f H n which tu,l - R3 g X' ES'1" ?J 5 ! WH Sa I aDD3aDDDaaDDxrnaDDDDnnnfanT3i g BlH -' unless w eg, I I i I I 1 3?M,J Hl I'o sold ocl Fo o- o' - w ! H B W OO S I ill HH October, ;.. 3 c r. t ? I S b O G . mil Hl ho office of 1 ???? ?-0-0? gJ gi '-S32? 1 II;H mini. I " o' n r. nn.-n-' 22 c" 5r.Tiagsa,2 1wd? S3 CST, B--H so of sale gssa. S. S3- g.o u?,!&SwWga,3 XN S5 .di-WAi-iT, It' 'K-i--H ' , 7,I ? Sj-.sfslgnr. tf . Sl?oo3 5'2. JW P - ) MBitt -t' V -H osa,oi.(fl ff s. 8 3 I i 5" V J i I s b g I s s i E-...

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 October 1916

B AMERICAN FORK CITIZEM. ioT. BT H i: ideals or the succnsa j i OF THE PLAIN PEOPLE j ! Hm ? I "If I dill nut believe tlinl III'' ; H Kepubllrnii pnrty wim the pnrtj B J of true iiroKN'nn, which wn pre J H pn ilmI miller Hn limil'TxIilp lo J I Jake tho (oiintiy nlonr ilie J Hb I iif iitliiiilnlloii In new iierd and j HI j cogencies of I In'' future, I HB J should have mo pride In lepre Wm s HcntliiK It. Hut Ute mi t f l.ln i Mm ' s coin Is ruuilti'il todnv mill we ? HH l conseiruto It lo tin' Ideals of H Lincoln, unil those Ideal tire J HH j pciiiiuiictit, 'llit"M are Hn- IiIumIm HR of tlm hiici'i'sm of tin' plain poo ; HHS i pie. 'lli'. lire tho Ideal of Hie 5 BjR UClllcVCIIH ills under fnc IIIHtltll $ HH tlollS, Of Kill (CHU III llll till' W'llV J BH I Hies of lln i'o operative onorgv J H of the plnln people" ('hail.- J HH 13. Hughes In ll Spei.h Delivered HHj I tit I'liittHliurg, N. V ? H ! BROTHERHOODS WIN, 1 FARiRSllIS LOSE H Dcmociats Unctuously but Vnin- jjH ly Flatter Themse...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 October 1916

KgS-28' mC" XMKIUCAN TOBK Cmrx BATIUDAY, OCTODBI .VM. ' " Pleasant Grove Department f COMING HOI I ir,,,.nirj of which orgnn. Iac3 Nlolson arc BPf. tntrnlm I nnd arc now fSSS ! fom the Ml. ' ni ncy an expected to K&t Uko f ari in tho week, " -, rcccpHtu awaits thorn. tmiJTt& th contains I 1 r cwam Grovo boys in t recial P''ts of tho All , BFXlrot Tu con this wnck fe,1? cai WtuH their mill. ' Kl.inn They lao tho rcpu. bonier I Of ELECTION ,,l6S lave br n appointed as of flection for I'loaaant Grove, Bfrnch, Vlncv r.l and Lake jnt Grovo m,Uft 1 W. W. Hk, Frank M r"1 Lawrence ant Oiove t iilet 2 Joseph Mirtln IMc i'ii K. It. Unlit- Bunt Grovo tu trict 3 Albert a A. H. Olpln Joseph Mills, unt Grovo 1)1 'riot 4 John C. . A. 0' Kceiih Ir., Lawrenco r o Pencil Carl Pulley. I.eo J. J, w l.iniccford B;ard-W" J Clcg. Hairy Gam. Bj J MmHcd S' B,yCiv 11. u Madson. I). J. Clarence Klv .irr HALLIDAY DIES I IN CALIFORNIA B Halliday a biother of John It. Kir died suddenly in Los Aug. Jifond...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 October 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, OCTOBER u H SATl'ltii Y. 0 1 JIH5R 28, 1010 '"'"" '. ; I J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I, . 'i Mrs. (Mara I'f.xmnn of l'rovo Is lino vtaltliiK wltli her slstoi, Mm Otorao . GuunluKlinm. Mrs. I.oiil l.owls apont tlift wcoX In Ualt Uke Clly, visiting with Iter ill. torn. Mra. Oman Smith of Drapr, was visiting at t ho homo of II. V. fairer Thursday. Miss Sural i Pnikor spout the mil of (lie wook la Halt Lake Mulling schools on Fildny. Mr. Lolghlnu carady who l work, lot; In Salt mUc, wa Item visiting his wife ami family Sunday. ill h. lio.sa lliomloy spoilt fhv fore. part of tlio week wltli liur daughter, Mrs. C. .1. Wilglit In Spanish Fork. Mr. Kilillo llmiaoii lolurtind home Friday fioin lilnliu, whuro ho nan been spending liu) Hiiminor. Mr. and Mrs. Tluiinaa I'rlday hail Mr. mill Mrs. Alva ChlpuiKti of l'loai. ant Orovo n their guoalu Monday. Mr. and Mra. Klmor Strong of Ku. rcka spent tho latter part of latt week horo with rolutlvus and frien...

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 November 1916

(American fork Citizen .J WZ - AMP1UCAN FOIUC CITIZEN, BATl UAY, NOVKMDEn 4, 191C. NUMDHR 19 B 1 HOLY CONFERENCE iKuOHlTlES CONDEMN PRESENT iKmtpu op dancing AND UUUE m!n TO VOTE "NO" ON AMEND. KeXTNO 13 OF THE CONSTITU. MtION'. Hnc lh (lartcr,y Conforcnco ot A, iiplno Stako was held Saturday M!j Sunday In the Stako Tabernacle. Joseph " S'nltn- Jr" and Lovl "HKr y0Ung of tho CouiiboI ot Sov. mL ,(ro tho outsldo visitors. Tho Hfjjn of tho four wards of American H'( under tho leadership of Jnnies Kjtia, furnished tho music. Tho Hoooa session Saturday had an at. tdancc of 174. which Increased to fjlO In tho afternoon. Tho first Lion Sunday was DOS and the after. Asa HO). Rpostle Smltli scoicd tho present Hptcn of dancing and suggested a Ktte law forbidding men and women Kdng together might bo a good Etc;. Ho characterized tho presont tliod of dancing In Utah as being H-jraccful and said It was next to K, open saloon tho sourco of moro HiOtban any other thing. Tho church Bjtloritlcs emp...

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 November 1916

,,,,vz ' SATURDAY, NOVEIIUFij . : LWCAN FORK CHIT? , '-UER 4, 19 tATiitl) 1 1 -i - ' . ,. " .. - " ' " " " K5w I'ollllnil Aih rtjiw'iit. ' ' ' ' '' IBntrlolklJ i Ie:oisCandklai-f(rCo)orcss' f 1 1 1 1 in ' I AJ$jmmmmmmwr' 'WKm. HON. OHARLES R. MABEY, CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS About oifjlilceii yi-ars ago 11 young man scnreoly nut of his "Ccciih" I'ulislcd 11H a privatf in Jin IM11I1 butteries aiul inarch ed awii) uilli lii.s follow aoMiers to battle, bleed anil diee for His country l!o bad served as a captain of Company I'l of ttie Natiouitl guard of lltab. but when tbe I'nited Slates declar ed war nn Spain, he dropped tbat commission and enlisted as a privale Wbon Undo Ram called for volunteers in tbe Philippine .inlands, Charles If. Mabey, tbe Kepiibliean candidate for Con gress lonrued what it meant to face the enemy's fire. Wben that hero of all Utabns Ford Fhher, was billed, diaries If Mabey, tben a sergeant was in tbe fray and tbe Salt hake Trib uuo during tbe Huuuner of ISM!) pai...

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 November 1916

B jg I nlAoVEMDEIl 4, MM. . f Ml Iff AMERICAN POHK riTiv ft B - 4 i,m,,i e, ' - - UK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, KOVKMDKD 1, 1910. ft : I W rfVTTT TsOl ATM N a rv AdVrt,80,Ctlt- .c, Alhtrtlsemen,. ,M,.e. Advertise,,,,-,,,. Po.li.ci. Advertisement. Rv lEPUBLICANCANDIDATES You WIU Vote For Next Tuesday. Nov. 7th k 1 IhHHbkw bBBBBBBBE &P?8 BBBBB-' ,.Bk v "t&SWl BBbBBkiHMRvu 'sf?SBBl w. a, KNIGHT H; A. Knlrlit. Candidate for B3t:.:an State Retire cntfUlvo was K, ia Salt Iiko City, 1870, of a Hr family, educated In tho pub. :td church rdiool Served his thno i Elacksinitli'fl apprentice, la so. B-jtcd director ot the Knight Car. Hi id Auto Co. Spout four yoarV H-ejIngy-d for the Inst 15 years has H Idcnt ficl v.ltli the Associated Hjl Co's. na their engineer and Hi In t'nt Vv h" has built end 2' 1 the r u..i i vr- plant mid put Hitrc 1 I r (1 . ) l connection Hjtb'lr sy t rc 'las made Irrl. csiattudy and understands many ti problems, Htltfb that funds nvnllablo to the H'e iMd be lornel to ...

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 November 1916

-- " "tize SATURDAY' NovaaBB 4, 1t I SATURDAY. NOVKMHKR 4, 191C. . b-' I uJim - "zzi LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ii ; J O. I.. Klttlugor spout Monday In '?", SnU ,'"10 ,m uuslnc8B' Vmki Havo your nhotM repaired by ono titlE? who learned tho trnilo nt tho Economy tWm 8no shi' " Mn,n Htrcct You wllJ UnIs bo Rlvon satisfaction. 12tf fiffia AmoiiK tlio little trirla who gavo nflS Halloween parties this weok wero: BX Wlnnlo Dlekorson, Dorothy Tuckflold, vMA Lillian Ixitt nnil Vcnm Fentherstono. ffKl Children's nnd Lndlos' Union SuitH, H nil next week only 49c suit, nt Chip. 51WB man's. & II. M. Hoylo linn been nt Knights. &ml v,,,' T,nUc for "l0 ,inBt ,cn ,InyH' fmmt working In a barber sliop. It Is jB v probable that Mr. lloylo will locate fijH thoro . UH Mr. nml Mrs. William Hitter anil m MIbb Margaret Llttleford mailo an jH nnto trip to Toorlo ItiHt week. Miss jjH Uttloford remained for a week. OH Bnlo on Rugs --Snlo on Curtains H r Snlo on Furnlturo, all noxt week, at jH Chlpmn...

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 November 1916

K- HKjKjH Kf ,?Hj ' I SOWEBM AMERICAN FORK CITIZKN, SATURDAY, NOVICMUKR I, 1910. ( I I TheLehi Department l I fETINLEril ml. Cnncw Association will Shi next Salurdny- J'T.Hrty members 'of the as. WL They hold meetings about 'a month during tho growing HUrfn fon t0 chcck UP n Cdltloa of tho markets and dually they meet In Og. K decided this tlmo to como to HLtr. Il Ioy bctwccn Lchl VBSut Qrvo an'1 wWn l0t3 HT. lco Ooalct drow tho long ?Higil tho coventlon comes to .H xtcy will probably meet In H.aiercIal club rooms and liavo gKnuet t Darling's Hotel. fc gT YIELD 1 lir kets aro com,nB ,n at tho iBktory faster than ever beforo gHurr. Tb0 harvest commenced it there 1s already about GO Ht of tho crop In. Tho beets H. girlns some Immcnso yields. He; tnd Clark liavo 27 acres H Saratoga farm that nro nvcrag. Htons per acre. Thomas Webb jK old field, has n tract that Is KeWng 30 tons per acre. D. II. md Sons aro harvesting 20 'Her acre from their ranch over I and many other farmers nro H; la...

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 November 1916

1 M HATt KIIAY, NOVKMPKII 4. 1010. FOllK CM2CN; I Republican Columns: ssasaV It5 t 4ft2? re B j. I, a.-r ii, in, - CHARLES E. HUGHES B i -.rS-rinr-! ' "j l, '." -'-a ,t ' H Uliniles Evan Hughes in IiIh gront record iih Investigator in B Ilio lusuranuo anil coal initio Investigations of 190.lfl0G, as Governor H of New Yotk llHM.1910 mil ii1- n .itntho of tho Suprcino Com t for six I Um yen is, has woll onim-d lliu confidence of tlio people. H On tliu ovo of Ills election ho Issues n.statcmout and says: H No man U nioio determined than I to maintain the poaco which IB tlio United States, Spain, Sweden, Norway mid all tlio American re. HH publics now unjoy. Bet I should nook to maintain that peace by n K Him nid conrtiiQUB Insistence on tlio rights of our citizens at homo mm and abroad. wBM An American In Mexico 1b subject to Mexican law, Imt ho la an HH Amorloou still and I cntltlod to the protection of his own Kovorn. IpMl memt in Ills Inwful ImslnoM. I 'or one, 1 shall never content...

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