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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 November 1916

! i i -, ,. 'm -3r 2 A 4BXWInr3NHV3riH "-i"---------! List of Nominations, General Election, November 7, 1916 pta$SSSgfan8 I - JUSTICE Santaquin Precinct CONSTABLE H ii II """ """""""""" " "" II "T" Daniel S. Jerman John O. Peterson D W Provo Precinct H T 'W -,i,',-ififi Geo Webb Joseph H. Colledge H JCAN PARTY TICKET DEMOCRATIC PARTY TICKET PROGRESSIVE PARTY TICKET SOCIALIST PART! TICKET SflCIAUST-LABOR PARTY TICKET PRORATION PARTY TICKET ZTZjZZ I . . Lake Shore Precinct H -. V. s S. """N X Jos. E. Aitken Gean Wilkins H f ( I II Prov Bench Precinct H () () ( ) ' I W Vy W J-es Adams MapIetoa Prednct A NW- y ' X- - James H. Holley John H. Lee JM ----------- " " ----- " " Spanish Fork Precinct HJ ., . , ,, , . ., D ...-,,. , , Km-Presidential Electors I 1 For Presidential Electors 1 1 For Presidential Electors I 1 For Presidential Electors N'eil Dahle . Joseph Chappie H residential Electors For Presidential Electors For Presidential Electors tor Presidential -.lectors t7tt-t7tt-- rrr-...

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 November 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITL .- SATURDAY, NOVEMimiM, l, j :j Mm5oOjTccan ..Si, J Political Advertlscmmt miltl-al Adicitlsrinent I M JUDGE ANDREW B. MORGAN 'KI Thin article i uiltcn and published l remind every i '' fi'l (!lti',,n ","1 tnxpiu'i- "( iri" ('""l.v tllat Jutl A,.l(1,(.nv Mi ' ,0,K" is befi.iv I lie people iim a enndidate for District I '$WBM .lodge at the November election. Wi Judge Morgan is the nominee of the Democratic I any ;fffl for District Judge. A judge ciniiml li..v any political MJM policy in the administration of his ollice, and therefore the $iB Democratic I'liilfurin declares in favor of the non-partisan Si election of .Judges, Imt under the law as it now stands no &f! until can he presented t. 1 lie vote of the people for that high . ,THS' ollice except as a party candidate. . JJB .Judge Aim-gun hah served the people of this Di.stirel , VMM in the capacity of .Judge '" the past four years. He has mm made a splend'id record. Ask the lawyers who have tried wM liase...

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. — 4 November 1916

""" tftggS"- "" ' m UIC VN TOBIC C1TI7PN SATURDAY, NQVBMUntl 4, 1D1C. , fl I Pleasant Grove Department L I -i services were Hold In the :' 1, -fneiday for Glenn, Jacob. B1? nccumbd to hemorrhage Ri. - 0ct-28 ln Uunltonomcintc.lnn.lthofol. BT ,1 speakers, Illsliops Jnmos ft,, Mr. nultcrflcM of nivcr. K f Howard It OrlBB of tho Karl Ilopkln-. W. I- Hojros BLph Hilton Tho music wiib J7by lhc Tlilrd Word choir. ."fact by Mrs. 0 N. Rasmussen L u A. Richardson. K floral offerings showed tho Kitten the pcoplo of tho com. B teld him The high school Bu ihc "oy Scollt nnncl B(JllCi", of "10 c0,tcK t0 tho BtTritnd Glenn who bo suddenly Baupectodly passed away wns ((car most energetic students. Bkb four 'car8 nt I,lBh ScIlo1 ' an enthusiastic member of undaml orchestia Ho grndu. tith honor from this Institution tlccliss of 191C and had ro. B, enrolled as n student of tho B U. whore lie maintained his Btpltndld stnndard. Wo lov. Mo for his wit. his mor. H nd his social disposition toply feel how...

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. — 4 November 1916

BBfl AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN. , SATURDAY, .NOVEMBER I SATi'imvv ivi:miii:h 4. mit r.m "" UnM ! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS jj , i i li- j k Airs. Ilyron Orooknton w&u a I'leaii- iJ nnt Orovo vmitor, Friday. iiMBa , Mr. and Mr. 8teon Wooda (.ulueil IMmI to Salt fako Sunday, returning Mon. Mm, ' Mrs. It. .WnnkH of IMoaw.nl drove jl wjib mi American I'nrlt lltar Htur. ..BB. day. jAVJj Mrs. Jolm ttttuiM rotiiniuil homo jBBi from KM! lkv Monday After brlof fBB Wslt tliorc fBBflB H Mrs.- Will Kwli.inl of I'nyson wu IBJB Uio Kiin.sl of Imr nmonU, Mr. nnd Mm. IBS , C D. llnnliH fliinilny. WBt l"K i:i(:t'(i nlu on at Ohliimtui'fl Bfl nil next wMvk H Mr. am) f.lni Hurl V. Cailllw urn oBR llio proud (iitrunlH of n lifiliy boy, born Ijfll lUflt I'lldny. fBB Mr, nml Mm Wllllnm 1ovuIum nml Bfl ' Intnlly spant flaluiday mul Hunilny ln Hi HaU l-tike. vIiiIHiik with rolnllves. PJPM ' Mr. Harry Mndloy catno liomo from Bflj Uiu ennyon Monday v.lioro liu Iihh boon t workliiR thin Hummer. nBI G...

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 November 1916

H uneiican tjork Citizen ,. i fl . AMHuoANFOnKQiTlzia, svrlIro,u. KovE)ro,m , 10. . Nufti1Sir ' m Democrats Carry I Every Precinct JORITIES AVERAGE OVER 200 PRESIDENT WIL I S0N LEADING WITH 263 OVER CHARLES E. HUGHES. H The Democrats carried every district in the city Tucs- jay for every candidate on their ticket oxcoptinbg Diq I bid No- 2 which gavo Morris a. Majority of 3 and Chad I iek ft majority of 35, nna District No. 4 which gave Chadwick a majority of 15. Chadwick was the only Ro- publican who carried this city. Ho ran 120 alicad of his I ickct and got a mnjority of 10 over Creer. Alma Green- wood received a majority of over 200 here. President Wilson's majority was 2G3; Bamberger's majority 179; King's mnjority 253 and Mays' 218, the balance majorities averaging over 200. The amendments wore defeated by votes of over 2 tp 1 against them. District No. 1 gavo Wilson 172, Hughes 81, District No. 2 gave "Wilson 182, Hughes 148; District No. 3 gave Wilson 117, Hughes ,GG; Distri...

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 November 1916

""""" "" C1TIZEN SATURDAY, NQyta. j 'IB. . ' m uTAii r:;3Gittis I ELEGT1HEIRT1GKET BJ r'Ofl FIR6T TIT t. IN HISTORV THE BH 8VATE WILL HAVE DEMO. BB cimtic governor. BBJ ptlro Stat- Ticket Elected, Every HE County But One Going Demo BH cratle. Vote Belnn -arg- IS est Ever Cnat. KB Rait I.Hke ty Tlio Ilcmmrnt KHj tfero victor 'n Utah on November BH r, and for if i t tlmo in tin- hlslory HI Dt tllO Still- !( clilof executive will e8J Bo n Dciiiui r i BSfi . Ab tlio returns from Utah begin to Wm Oltcr In fl i apparent lli.il President SB tyllcon linn toiled up a majority In tlio jHJ Jjnto of HUi!ro!m,ilub' IT..00O. pnsilh II p creator, rtn 1 Urn iiiimii tc-limi hull HJ Jftto tlmt Hi l)t mocrUlu state ticket 9HJ ans carrl i tntt liy nearly 'MM aiiielt, In i .. ..1 t.inoon the Domo SB irutlc hIu i.iiiiiuH'UH almost kept BB pneo with I1 - ir iiiitlon.il Hliunlnnl 'MSm Doaror, in ' r they nre slightly lio SjBj iliul him H Slinon )..iiulicrger, governor elect, J n aliiKwt i ,ii it wlih Wilso...

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 November 1916

I rtmDAY. NOVBMDEBlljlMO. , g m-ZZZZ .. l ... ..,-w. , iAUIIh SATUHDAY. NOVEMUKtt 11. 1010. fwS :: AM. FORK LOCALS : li j tnv'a Cnnyon photos. 55c J0'B I1. cn Shelley. Jr., spent n Sf d&'8 tll,s weck ln Snlt LaUo 1'wMlllllan Grant returned homo lihritf nlsht from a two week's vis. wKsi uk0 wlth Mrs' A' Polcrson- I nd Mrs. James W. Drown nuto. to SaIt Lako tho first of tho week El spent a few Joys. I xte Misses UIluo Holoy nnd Colin ftHlnd of Salt Lako wero visiting Ej here Sunday. I Mr Lelghton Casndy spent tho end I. tij week here with his wlfo nnd mLr. I Bar ,tMllng Stovo fr0m Ch,p M . they havo tho kind that holds Eftre all night nnd they aro cheap Kj beautiful. jtu. reiry Bush of Park City Is u joest of Mr. Hoy Greenwood p week. ftis Ina Duncan spent tho end of B(wk In Salt Lako with her broth. B.ilr. U K. Duncan nnd family. B Mr. Ned Wilds, who works nt tho Bvlflc mine. In American Pork Can. Kj, ipent Tuesday horo with rclfi. Br and friends. lyrt. II. D. Holey lcutrncd home...

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 November 1916

' AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN. mDjVNOVEMDEn flATIIItOAY. NOVKMHKIl 11, 101d. -. J ,--- Ltl U 'I ! LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS it - i . w life A Uoiiglns ttpcnt Monday In Snlt il Uw Lnko on biinltioss. t' i i ; Iji . i H Chnrlca Ilcalcy was nn Orom pass. ?$ ongor to Salt Lake Monday. ' 'Vim a' M' ,3" of 8alt Lak0 Clly wna " mJm a Lclil business visitor Monday. if ?BeH Monoy to loan nn lrapiovcd farms k'4wl or walor B,ock' Lo,llH w I,uni'' '" (uw Pleasant Orovo. U-t ffl Josbo WoodhotiBo who Is In chargo ; fRM j of nn experiment station nt Malono 'nan vras a 'on' K"001 Sunday. J ,aig Hnvo your shou.i repaired by ono J f9W wno loarnrH tho trado nt tho Kconomy I liff 8hno 8hP on Mn,n Btrort- You wl" i HUH bo K'vcn natlsfactlon. 12tf t 'fll "rho Junlor8 of l,, '' " s' ontcr- i,fl talnod thcinBclvcs at n masnuorado In Ml-O' tho ,,,R'1 Bcllo1 tuilltlltif; on Saturday $foHl evening. All wero dressed In fancy f !l costumofl from clowns to Grecian la. i !1B ''' d,0fl BanclnB nnd games woro tlio 1 jflr...

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 November 1916

191R. Wiir -rr ''-- '::rzr: American fork cm?. -.: " r - - - '1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 11, 19fu. i The Lehi Department i. BBB . .. . z fcnocrats Sweep . I Everything tnTTR DISTRICTS GO DEMOCRATIC BY OVER. HrtLMlNG MAJORITIES SOCIALIST CANDIDATE JiiJ 97 VOTES. n Lehi gave Wilson a majority of 197; King 183; Mayes K; and Bamberger -126;' Bonson, Socialist received J)7 , .'. ; nil four districts. In district No. 3 Morris beat 1 Bierger 27 votes, and ono in No. 4, otherwise the 1 K,0Cral8 carried every district for everyone of their can- - KU Two ycnrs ag0 n11 four ot8 wet Republi 1 Bathe first time in years. This year district No. 1 gave Konlttf Hughes 115; District No. 2 gave "Wilson 178; it BL 61; District No- 3 gavo Wilson 137; Hughes 120; J. KjrictKo. i fc'"vc Wilson 122; Hughes 116. On straight t K(3 ij0 Democrats got 4G7 and the Republicans 264. "Wil- K and Morris gained in the scratches. u J Both sides worked hard and succeeded in getting out r ' jctically all the votes, a total of...

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 November 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, , , SATURDAY. Nnvr, SATt'RDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 101C, I PRESIDENTIAL PACE CLOSEST IN HISTORY H Wilson and Marshall Probable Victors, H But Loss of States in the Doubtful I Column Would. Spell Defeat. U New York, Pennsylvania and Illinois in the Republican Dr Column, While Many Western States Go Democratic, Mp Fifty-two Electoral Votes Being in Doubt and L May Elect Either Candidate. HBr Now York. Tlif result of one of llic HH closest prcsldcnt'nl races In the his- K'1 (ory of the round y was mill In doubt V tlio second ilny after tho American Hfl peoplo Imil (list their ballots, ami the HN , content between President WIUou mul H; ' Clinrles Evans Hcghci liua narrowed HB (o n point where it may lio decided HB by a few western slates. HH& It Is possible tint tin' votes of na HH ' tlonul guardsmen on bonier duty mny HH - turn some of thu doubtful stntos from HB otto column to mm her. HH Tin; south went Democratic oh usu HH nl, wlii: tho wet win partl"uUrly HH str...

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. — 11 November 1916

oVy NOVEMBER 11, 13H . f WPZl-- " AMI RU AN TOKK CITIZEN, 8ATI 11DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1010. H Br - - V I Pleasant; Grove Department ,. J pfifiOVE I FOR WILSON M Hiltan Carry Llndon Hut Demo. Kj ;Cct l'rcclnct Justice mid Sort Ctnistsiblf. I Kunt Grove, whllo It cast Its K0r tho I'rcsldcnt, was not bur. K deep In l,1 avalancho as wcro her larger towns in Utah Coun. Bjndon gave Its voto to tho Ro. Hjnf, but tho other throo districts Democratic for all tho candt. Hlrotn Wilson to Constable. Doth H Cooper and Martin Larson ran Held of their tickets becnuso of Hicrsonal popularity. Gcorgo R. Bu elected precinct Justlco nnd Hcobblcy precinct constnblo. H Judges in tho 3rd precinct did St through counting their ballots Ho'clock Wednesday morning nnd fta tired that they failed to mako K of tho completo results, so wo H give a detailed report on tho H ticket. District 1 (Manila) gnvo H 57 and Wilson Ci; District 2 H Hughes 100 and Wll. Hl6; District No. 3 gnvo H 101 and Wilson 201; DIs. Ho. 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. — 11 November 1916

H AMEIUCAN FORK CimEN. SATURDAY, KOVEMbq, I ' SATURDAY. t.O TMUKl' 1 Itlo .... .-.. ..jj ; L-S-- JJSJV' . ..l '' 1 " , ii,iiiMMtiiMi--n'iEMMTM-BfM' i--j h - '-"SESSajM J j CHIPMAN'S Big Election Sale Continues All Next Weel M I November 13th To 18th I lHC j AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS 1800 Joy'n G'nnyoii photos. . . Tlila la (lio month of lelinqucnt Mlsfl Haiah J'nrlcrr wiih a Salt Lnko , vjbltor Hundiiy. Sunday utm (lio coldest Uay Iinvo find this fal. r' It wna n ioal hattlo of thw balloln. V Wo could not nil win. r Dr. Iloninr M'cnt Monday and Tues day wiih Ma folks In j:ur.ko Sir. and Mm. l II. Ornvfln of 1'rovo spent Sunitny lioro with frtomlF. Wlntor wjll hoon ho upon ur In il 'carnoil. A'to you pioparud for II. :' What la Aiuorlcan Fork aolnr. after iV i ' for 1917 In'Uio lino of now pay rolla? j1 ' Mra. Ioul Ilnrvoy of Hpanlah Fork ' v apont Sunday nnd Monday here, guost of Mrn. 0. It. rilllcr. Mr. Deri I'nulson wliu in working In Salt Ij&1o Hjicnt Sunday hero wit...

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. — 18 November 1916

J American Fork Citizen! 1 iH "" - ,. , . "'" - -- r ir r-nrrr i-"3rini it,.. - IRW !MrO'XlV AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZKN,' HATIHDA.Y. N0V12MUB11 18, 1910 " NUMBER 31 PRIESTHOOD AND I UNION KEIfliG B There w8 n B00d nt,ondnnco nt fl Lthood and union meeting Sun. p prof. W. E. Morgan of tho "B4,r'y u, was tho prlnlcpal spoakor B,4 olMnc(l the midwinter course Mil opens Nov. 20th, and which Is JMualIy intended for studonts who Kn only attend a fow months. B in the priesthood section, tho sub. flit of amusements was discussed by Lldent A. J. Evnna w" decried tV present method of dancing and tiled th&t a cmra,tt0 from onch of H t'he three stakes In Utah County wcro coritngonarcmody. EH tn ho M. I. A. section It was tic. (Added to glvo a drama "Dora" by mom. trs of the stako board. Four socials lirlll bo K'vcn ,n tuo Amuacmont """room of the stako Tabornaclo. IHER RESIDENT I . DIES IN IDAHO I James Crystal, who was ono of tho till early settlers of American Fork, but e Ir bo moved to a inn...

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. — 18 November 1916

I , , , AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, NOVKSIDLTl IS Mf. i HATniPW NO .,MMMl 18, 191C - ----- .... - r " ". 1$H The Banner, I The Citizen, I The Review I Offers Many Splendid Prizes I FREE I Chance for Anyone lo Win a Large Reward I For Little Labor H Today marks the opening of THIO BANNER, THE ClTi- ZEN and REVIEW'S GOLD COIN CARrPATGN Those H papers nincerely believe in pro H m sharing. THIS CO. H HAS AKRANGEI) TO GIVE A1VAY TO ITS HEADERS H A7Tn PATRONS AIM'KOXl f WATKIjY $1000.00 IN EJJEE jH IMHZI'IS. In payment for our rH . H'ofit sharing we expect to in .vR " crea.se the circulation of the Jg JJANNEIf, CITIZEN and RE fig IEV and make them the 4JM r,4jj jytwidoBi. reiul wuukly ymporB -.in - w 2$ the state (r Utah. This earn-, M paign will he the most intor- H eating campaign that has over H ljen hold in the state. fl Votes are given for getting H subscriptions to the CITIZEN, BANNER and REVIEW, both Hj , iouowuIh and new subserip H lions. Vote are also given M for clipping co...

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. — 18 November 1916

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1916 W, M S x.-- .AMm"CVNF011K CITIZEN, SATURDAY. NOVEMDEn W. loin 1 I ! AM. FORK LOCALS i u $ I Mr Arza Rhcdos who has been In I Bingham for tho past sevcrnl months I Li here for a visit with his folks.. ' Messrs. Vorn Walker nnd Mnrlon Green nutocd to Salt Lako Monday and B ipent tho day on business. H Messrs. Clydo nnd Wayno Parker B nt up tho Canyon Saturday morn. B Ids fr n montn' B im!i:siivti:rian ciiukch B Tno Pastor wl" l"0!lcl1 R short sor. B mon at 10:30 n. m. after which the B lesson In the llfo or Paul wilt be B ftudled "From Mcllta to Rome" B Visitors welcome No night sorvlcc. HJ t H Last Saturday Rov. nnd Mrs. John B Meeker spent tho day In Salt Lako B attending tho union meetings going B en In the great wooden tabernacle put B up for tho Dlcdcrwolf Evangelistic H Campaign H A dinner party complimentary to B tho mCn of tl10 c'iurc'1 wns enjoyed K it the manso Thursday night. In B addition to tho "oats" somo nttcntlon B &8 Given to t,lc lllg'...

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. — 18 November 1916

J t J ' AMEMOAN FORK CITIZEN, !ANOVEMljEft . if AATimnAY. novemiieii 18, 1010 . - rr-!i! $ i J ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS 'C'JM Joseph Ilommor haH gono to lilng. "tft ham Canyon where lio Is cmplyocd. y itiel Mr8, J080''" "owmcr wns In Halt f' mn I-oko on business Tuesday. ' $ W. A. Wilnon enmo homo Saturday BI from Spanish Fork whero ho has been tB doing contracting work. 'cJHBmK 19 Mr. and Mrn. Kb Klrkham of 1-ognn in upont tho week end with relatives In ( Lchl. VSw Hnlph Cottor corno down from tho fffsjj , U. A. C. to attend tho foot ball game jmM ' ind flpond a fow dnys, i'jjfj) , L08T, STHAYHD Oil HTOt.BN-Ono jHj whlto pig, weighs 100 poumlfe. J. H. jJM Wntson, I.ehl. Phone 118..T 18.2t HH Million Henry I-owls mndo a bust. ) ncss trip to Snlt I.uko Tuesday. H - K. W. Snider mid W. A. Knight H woro Orcm passengers to Stilt I,iiko 9HR City Tuesday. IHj - Among tho A. C. irtudcnta who spout tho week end In I.chl worn. Hold Onid. jB nor, Amo nml Zoldn Klrkham, nnd Clydo Strntford....

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. — 18 November 1916

Ml-BPAV,JiOVgMDE 18' ml AMERICAN FORK C1TIZKN, SATURDAY. NOVIOMUER 1U, 1910 1 T The Lehi Department n M . u i pniivE I JG PAY DAY riiicrs supplying lcots t0 tho Lchl Bffactory lifcd their f,rst Pnv day K year, Inst Wcdhcsdny. A llttlo to ban 1225,000 was paid to tho 800 Hractors living In tho north end of .Hunty and Provo Vnlloy. Somo Hera received as much na $170 per for their beets. Practically ovory Htr harvested a bigger tonnage ' tho crop Indicated In tho spring. -BiOOO w l,ald out on tllc 10"1 for Iria an around tho factory bring, thetotnl up to nbout a quarter of flilllon dollars. IV . o I SCHOOL I LADIES' BAND a .Hgly.Ono High School fllrls will 9 flion Appear In Public Under I Bfii!frlili of l'rof. Abrnhnm And. Hon. flrof. Abe Anderson lids organized Hirer band composed of twenty.ono 'Beg ladles, studonts In tho Lchl Hh School. Thoy have only held .Hilt dozen practices but nro able iby several selections fall ly well. Hf they contlnuo making tho samo He of progress thoy wil...

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. — 18 November 1916

1 VHP ' ! AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Npy, I DA I (W-rf tiw ..-. -w' -1 '; ' . , . HHlHx. rnYAol BYJ !! bYI bB ! bhYA1 - - H H H PhYA 'nHH hhYJ Ha Am flMHl Ashm hYAV hYA hhh I Given Away in The Banner, The Citizen and The H Review's Great I Profit Sharing Circulation Campaign I FORD TOURING CAR I i )R $400 IN GOLD lUi 'dLt MORE PRIZES TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER 25 PER CENT COM M I S S I 0 N TO gSSj ?,)- THOSE WHO DO NOT WIN ADVERTISED PRIZES- EH NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER NO ELEMENT OF CIIANCE NO SCI- HB ENCFi NO LUCK IT ONLY TAKES AMBITION AND HUSTLING TO WIN H THERE IS NO COST ATTACHED TO WINNING ANY OF THE ABOVE PRIZES NO EBB PURCHASE NECESSARY TO WIN EVERYBODY WINS INVESTIGATE NOW 1 NO LOSERS Bfl NOMINATION BLANK Hftfl Ubo tn,a blnnk ,n making nominal. GOOD FOK BOO VOTES jStJPJ Ions. Pill out nml bring or send to the jgj Campaign Maimer, caro of Alplno VOTE SCHEDULE 500 VOTING COUPON 500 ESS lnl. Co. Evoryono wins, thoro nro MS " ,0BCrfl' 0Nl! VEAK-Xow or Old Sub- SAV,: T,II...

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. — 18 November 1916

II . I TtiiDAY. N0VEMDER 18, 191C 1 ".UltWsVft""1' AMERICAN FORK CITIZUN I MsSS- : ' '. . ;- SATURDAY, NOVEMDER IS, 1910 1 mE0 Department I E6 SURVEYING -s W NEW SIDEWALKS ha." ("iMrtll nd 'c,,nrd? th0 SaU l'1, 4.r)necrs havo been engaged 'liK making preliminary sur. c8fHij)W 0Tcr 5 miles of sldowalk ? ""mm to bc lullt ,n th0 8prlnB- - T"Kirt being dono is necessary to bllt (B? Ih, estimates to bo Included ifmwrtlilng for bids which will milont January 1st. 5fe PASSES AWAY 'm tl( A h tanSfrtm Enplnad In 18C0 and Wns tftjBflnj Member of City Council. "er M 1 bJ EtiB-b Dlckcrson who came to 'ncc ft iKt Grovo In 1SC0, died Friday ,n JsttBiiiranced ago of 82. Ho was ITf " In Warwick, Huntlngtonshlre, tote!fWl), 1831. Ho was prominent aDd '"Marly settlement of this city and ill member of tho city council After lR lesslons. Ho had four child. r " ttiepli and Karl Dlckcrson, Mrs. er, ttiHi,e West who with their moth. 1!t friKil 81 still survive. Ho also ''onSttBjjp.jnd children and 8 grand...

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. — 18 November 1916

1 AMERICAN FORK: CITIZEN. SATURDAY, NOVEMDEft ,, J SATl'UDAn NOVnMHKlt 18. 1910 ----- - - - I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS T Mr. Alma Wild Bpont Uic first of jL tlio wcolc (a ORtlon. H i .'I I , M .' Mr. Almor Clilpmnn rolurnul liomo .ijnfl '' Monday from a week's visit in Idnho. man Mr. mid rirx. ClinrlcH Thome spout 29''' , tfuturclnr fu Knit I.nlto. a . Mr. Iawipuco Uriels x(tnt Mondiiy leM Hi Halt kiko on IiubIiiow, B Mth. Hum Unnliifitou npent Satur. HK day In l'run with rol.iltves. BV Pros. 'A. i. Clilpmnn wj n ImMiiMH Q , visitor in r.'ilt f.nko Wolticmlny. HI ,, " Mrs. Klniur Hates ontcrtnlncd (lie Kfi U. It. cluli l lior homo Thurwlny nf. HB femoon. itefrofllimonUt Here served. Bfl ,, ' j Mrs. Hloveii Woodn i;jiunt Sunday and H Monilf.j (it Hall l.nko on business. H 'h ( Mia. Maniiil l'nxninn oC I'roio npent ' tm wcok liwo with lior sister, Mth. ' (-Jroruo UtmnfriRlinin. H " Mr. WIU.nii (Ira nt va4 tho curst Hi . of IiIh mm Jamofl In .Mant', L'tnh, the H fact of tlia ...

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