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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 November 1916

American fork Citizen 1 'fl VOt" XIV AME1UCAN KRKJgmKN SATl'IUUY. NOVEMIHCU 25, lOlfi! " " NUMUEIt 32 .IH rtllSEPH W. WARD I DBSUDDENLY "C 1 tfM iiidlnn M'nr Veteran nnd Early fnfl Settlor of Amcrlcnn Fork. if a H Joseph W. Ovnrd died suddenly ot mI ay morning. Ho had.bocn a surrorcr IB trom rhcumntism for n number of 'I 7ar3, ljut ,ltt8 bccn nbl t0 transnct I He business of hla enfo. Sunday lUfl night lie nto a hearty Buppor, took a WU alh an,i retired in usunl health. nil jibout 1 o'clock his grand-daughter, Hfl iJecplnR I" hcar room, heard a fl Pigling noiso nnd aroused her moth. fl (r, Mrs. ChfiBO. A doctor wns Bum. fh I rnond but Mr. .Ovnrd passed nwny be. B fro t,in mci,,cnl aia nrr,vco"' ""B ,cttlciH of American Fork coming hero lo fl "u M Pnrents Thomas nnd Hannah "B nard In 1855. Ho wnB born In Loxly, fl Warwickshire, England, Fob. 8, 1845. HUB After coming to Utah ho. has followed III the occupations of farming, rallrond. )B ngl machinist, cnrrylng mall, under. fl taking 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. — 25 November 1916

AMERICAN FORK CITIS!! " !lVLt'UiI' VEMDEn 2S iM, i SATfliin. ' lit; ni' " " " " " , M Great Interest Alresify I ' Shown In Grand Contest I Long List ft! Entrant jjH Many contestants hn.c been B iOitiiiiu(.'f in Hie Alpine I'ttb jB Co'h. I'roli' Sharing campaign Hi (Old inniiv. '"' expetett to start HI t work iil week. If yon jjH have Ixumi nominated in (he H Cunpnign yew should call at H the. I'lihlialiing Office or phone Hb HT and s" (lie Campaign Alan- H CONTESTANTS ENTER BIG H SUBSCRIPTION CAMPAIGN H A few moment", figuring wil H roveal (.he I'act that thin mil) H Keripliou ampnign is a vit" Hb-.,.. ..-. 0f)l tinny to get into- Wln'ii H II comes 'o maliing money and H making juick the Imlt I'innn H oiors hit' nothing on tin- con H it'.siaiit,, litis campaign. H . Aiiil)it.ini i the chief qnali- H Cent ions, of I lie Profit -Sharing H campaign It only takes a H little; od'ort of your part. Your IB tr'n.'iulH will do tlio rest. I H (REMEMBER m Old subscriptions count the H same as ...

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. — 25 November 1916

a? ) ! H rll B I-H K oatI'RDAY, NOVEMDiSK 25, 1910. AMFIUCAN FOHK ri'in H -- ;...' . .'.;.- .i TinpY, NOV15MIHCU 2R 11)16. I j l,. Flrmac? spent Tuesdny in B jjctcr on business. I Mr P- W- Craven of Prove- spent H gaturJ:.y lioro ou business. I A baby boy gladdoncd the homo of I Mr- aIul s,ra 0r'n Asllton Tuesday. B Miss Tlorcuco Robinson left Sntur. B day (r un extended stay in Eureka. B Mr- M. Madson 'oft Mond-y for B Draper- whero ho bus employment. B Mr. F. M. Drown was n business B rlsitor to tlio Stnto Capitol Monday. B jhs I.nVcrdo Evam of I .oh I Hpcnt B Snndny here, guest ot Miss Jean Hind. flit?- B Mrs. Alice Steele opeiit tlio end of B the week In Salt Lake' with her Ron, B T. E. Steele. B Mrs. X. H. Hclsclc Hpcnt the end B of the week In Salt r.nko visiting Bj with relatives and friends. B Mr. Jay Wootton left Tuesday for Washington, U. C, wlioro lib will B ipend tlio winter gohig to school. B Mrs Elizabeth N'ecdhnm spent the first of the week In I.chl visiting with Mrs ...

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. — 25 November 1916

i J MRRICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, NOVKMllt'n I J) SATURDAY, NOVKMPKR 25, 1010. . azuaumn t l k , , . JZi lj j . k ' . mi- ' ' II " 1 'I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS j , s s j r j .,,31 Wlllcs Schow wns a Suit Lake vis.' J. wW Ilor Mondny. "''' Wv&t Mrs- J' K' Pono wl, wnB n",l ' 'till in lnal wcck '" now mi,rovlnK- '' ' Vjffs Mlnsca Krina and I.uoll.i Cutler of xlff Salt Lako wore week end visitors with 'j. "HM .friends lu Lohl. ,;iW Mfl I'08trr i'i11Ps of BM lJXkn $ t,JK 'pont tho oarly part of thin week with . ' ''i(B relative In Lehl. B I. Tho Provo Hand placd Jit Mount j Jfflflj JWoaannt Thursday. Molvln mid Lcs. ' tHtS i'r Sninln accompanied tlicm. ' wl ' ' jBk David Berry of Cedar Fort unit Win ,' ,jHj Carton of Fairfield wore transacting . "$ tuslncsn In Kohl Monday. iixfmmwl 'iMm tliivti your shoo rcp.-i!rfl by one. !' TilHI wLo'lonrnMl tho trndc nt tho Economy lHl Miuo Bhop on Main street. Von will HH. ki Rlvn satisfaction. IZtf tiBs A ,,niy Rlrl wnn 1,orn Bai,ini:iy to ...

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. — 25 November 1916

MnvJoBlJ. -rr AMEmco.uLc,mi,v, bati-uimv. Nov.cMmcn ,5, mo. 1 T The Lehi Department I H ill JX i4 &tH HnSI 1 I IS. RJ. WILSON Bits Slv Children, Four Hrollicrs, Kg SM mid a Father Dcutli K,e (0 Heart Trouble. mm "5 Bite sudden death of Mrs. R. M. a Bijon Wednesday morning caused a ! Hat 8hoc, to thc Community, and 0 Et a flood of sympnthy to hor hits. Hd and tho bIx chlldron who nro . K motherless. Mrs. Wilson had '"fl H,; suffering from plucrisy and was HIB MproTlnR so much that Tuesday she Uj Hup In a chair nnd took dinner with " H fim"y s,lorly ucforo fivo o'clock Kdncsday sho npparently could not 'stia Ht her breath and raised up to her "it HL fell back In tho chair and expired c" Ba fow momcnt8, TllG doctor pro. W HLBccd tho immcdhito causo of death 1 l Hutr dilation of tho heart. f Blrs. Wilson was Miss Wlnnlo Ken. ' Hit tnd came to Lchl from St. John's, Hasas with her parents. Kll nnd Krlssa B. Kendall In 1891. Thoy Bed In Pleasant Grovo ono year bo. Bre coming to I.ehl. ...

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. — 25 November 1916

! . j , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN - SATURDAY, NoyBMltl?w . ill CA'rrrinAY MlVKMHEIt 25. MIC. ' . in. !'it If --- ..-. - " mtm : LEHI LOCALS ' EhH H mWi Nolls Mlchclnon spent Sunday In MB JProvo. WW A baby girl arrived lit the homo of jflfl Myron Fowler Thursday. fH Marlon Walker left Monday for H Garfield In search of employment. SfE Try our homo mnilo candy. Amcrl. J9b ran Fork Hnkery. H Joseph Itunson ticenma n member of jjHj , ' the B. Y. U. at Provo Monday. jHj Jamos Klrkhnm ppont Monday In jfHj Salt Lake City on business. fH Leallo (loates. Klla Fyffo nnd Fred mW ' Wanlass, students of tbo U. of (7. Hj opcnt Sunday with their folks In Lohl. Hj Minn Mary Woods spent two days H thin week vlnltfriK with friends In Salt H Lnho. Hg Miss Ina Stratford nnd lier senior fKj r-lans in Domestic Science sold lunch Wm Wodnrsdny to Htudcutfl and iioii.bUi. H dents. Tlio prlco watt flfleon conts H unci everyone pronounced tho lunch B excellent. From n financial stand. HH point Miss Stratford cons...

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. — 25 November 1916

ovrtnDAY, NOWCMRER 25, 1916. AMERICAN FORK riTivi'v ' Vl ., ii ill... AailjUA.M t-unK CITl.hN, SATURDAY, NOVEMUEIt 25, ' 10. 9 ( EH Pleasant Grove Department 1 is jy, pi j County 1'urm Snney to be JInde I I'lfasant (trot Of (Ircnt Inter. (and Hciipflt to Farmers. w the l,ast tUrro ytrs tlo Utah cultural Collcso In co-operation j (he t'. S. Department of Agrl. tare lia mtilntnlncd nn ofllcc nnd d experts for the purposo of muk. farm surveys In Utah. Tho ob. I of these surveys Is to make nn ilyjla of tfio fanners business and p him to find tho kind of farming l mctlio'I best suited tp bis con. oas. A group of representative at arc selected In u given locality I a detailed nccount of all their inesi h kept for n period of years, the bediming of each year n care. Inventory Is mndo of each farm during the year rccordo nro kept sll operations. At tho end of tho r the business Is gono over care. ly anil the rcsultB show just wlmt farmer has done during the year. rn suminorlcs nro mado whic...

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. — 25 November 1916

PPT AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER ,. . f ' SATUIPAV NOVK.MIJKH2r.101C. ' . . . "' nal ' " ir 1 (' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS If Attn. Attn I. Chlptnun spent the last at tho week lit Halt Lake. Mm, M. 11. ItignrBoll spent Tuesday 111 Halt lAko with relatlvo.i. ' Mrs. (. II. Robinson returned homo Filday after .1, week's vIhU wllh hor nptjs In Ogdcn. Mr, mid Mm. Samuel Wagstufl are t'ojolelng oror,llio utrhul of r. baliy girl bout Kilitny. Try' our jioinu muilo candy. Arnorl. rtin Fork I In leery. lllsliop Joseph II, Moris upcnt Tn oh il n y mid Wednesday In Storm on UtlUlllfHH. Mr. Wllllnm Carson, Sr., of Fulrflold van tip American Fork huslticsy vis. Ror Sunday. 'I'lirrci Is; mi cohI to enter Hid Al. . - plno I'nli. Co. profit alinrlng rum. ( , t Mrs. George Uitt of I.chI spent . Tuesday hum visiting hor parents, Mr. mhI Mm .lolin Kelly. MrH, H. II Clilpiuan of Proto spent Tuesday mill Wednesday hero guest of Mm, H. I. Chlpmnn. Mr. Dlek Smith or Bait Lako hpont U...

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. — 2 December 1916

AmericanFork Citizeti B- ""-'" """" ? ' I I ii mini nillJMiniI -ini.mil AJl'Hl M AMERICAN FORK CITIX, a.Ul 'U, DFCFMm.'ti 7 , IB , IBL ASSESSMENTS J M 100 HIGH . Irtmrll I.Mcm to Rej)ort 'of Special I fomniHtre ami Calls Mnss Meeting I Consider II. I to City Council held n session .-jiardW n'S1'1 t,iat lasted Into Sun. Ijj; morning. Among tho business Hnnsactcd were the following: I rte propo-Uion of giving a write. (; to the local paper for Its Clulstnins Bunion wai i of cried to tliu committee H,a printing. The mattir of a flume over tho llitcb near Washburn Vnrnoy's homo lili refined to tho committee on frett with power to nqt. I Ames .i- taff olTored to sell tho (,!f a rlj t or way In tho crook north of the Salt Lake .Routo depot. The Htcaael! ole d to visit the tract beoio luting H Dr, Kelly recommended that J.tl UiafS In the city he muzzled. Tho IlKunl of Iralth will take the mnttcr HJip with the county to have tho county Hpai mi ordinance on tho mntter. I A motion was psscd t...

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 December 1916

SATURDAY, DECEMUrirTSP AMERICAN FOHK ( " 1S1. V T Mi - I l ' " " to i AgiIvg Voting 2agss Tola?; I Everyone Has An Equal I Chance; No Losers LiHH - in - I Big Special Free Vole Offer How Open And Opportunity I Knocks At The Door Of Every Candidate; Hot I too Late To Make An Even Start tn Rare, r ' B For oach and every c1 -i H $10 in subscriptions either old Eg or new or both, turned in dur- H ing this offer which expires H Dec. 22, at 9 p. m., we will give 000,000 extra votes in addition B to tho regular voten ns pub B lishad in the vote scale. K It is not necessary to tarn B in an entire club of $10 at one B" timo during this offer but the B subscriptions should be turned B in ua thoy are secured and an B accurate record of ccah enn B " ' didate'n account will be kept B by this department. The rcgn- B lar votes will be issued as they B aro turned in and the extra B votes will be issued as the B chilis iirc liinicd in. A omii- BJ didato may turn in as many H sols of $10 during tho o...

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 December 1916

cvTl'RDAY. DECKMUKU 2, 1916. ,,,., I JgJ -. ,. . . - - - -UMOUTOUKCm.V. BATl-ttllAY. MX'KMIU'.U 8, 1010. f ': AM. FORK LOCALS Miss Emily Wnnlnsa spent Thanks phliiR vacation In Mini 1 1 with friends. Miss .Inne McPlicrson spent the end of tlio week in Nephl. Miss Sylvia Stnbbi of I'rovo Is licio for nn extended visit with Mr and Mrs. S V. (J rant. KII Senile iclurno-l homo im, i after spending tho summer In y ci. ley. Idaho. Miss I.on Ambtose, woh was opcr. ated on for appendicitis some time apo, Is reported on the improve. ('Wrens of Alpine see thai n Al. jdne girl win. the big prle $100.00 r n Frd. ' Miss Euretta Nielsen sient tlio end f the week in Salt Lake with rein, then. Wnlhicd Chlpmnn retiirneil home Wednesday nftor spondlug the past four months In Canada. MIrs I'nlco Ponrod hns accepted a position in tho Dynes lleebe music More. Miss Dorothy Chlpmnn returned koine Thursday from a week's visit in Salt l.ake with her grand parents. I.eo Kelly loturned homo Saturday from Cana...

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 December 1916

j ?ft ..,,, AMERICAN FOnir CITIZEN', SATniDAY, DECEMBER ... h SATI IIDAY. IiKCFMUFR 2, IMC . ' ' L' . !i"' fe -LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS jj -wr Mr. Felix Long entorliilned at a f, J quilting on Monday cvonlntf. (UfMI .Abo Gudmundson of PityKii was n fH J.chl visitor Mouthy. jH Mrs. Kd. Street, Jr., entertained tin jJBm " ! club sit n kdtmltiKton Monday HH evening. NH Mrs. Gilbert KiuiiIroii e.ii(orlnliied4n 9H number of lior relatives from Provo ttjflH nt a Thanksgiving (lliinor. WBt Don't full to seo tlio "Wnlton's In fB lliclr famous dunces In "Tlio Quest of f'rHBf IJfo" I1k feature nt tliu Royal to. 1H Jilght - regular prices. H ! Mr. nml Mrs. Robert Drysdnto woro 3H entertainers nt dinner on Thursday H Mr. nml Mm. Fred Sholton woro juH guests. BB There Is nu nisi to niter tlio Al. WmW plnn Villi. Co. profit shining nun. jH pnfsn. !: jB Mrs. Sarah Sabey of Magroth. Con. yfl nilii arilvod tlm lust of this week for jH a visit with frloniln nml i datives In B Tlio Intoruiban rim dow...

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 December 1916

Hi. I CATI'RDAY, DECEMBER 2, 101G. . f -i!: -- AMERICAN FOUR ( 1TIXFN 1 ... . , . 3Tl KDAY, PKCK.MHF.lt 2. 1910. 1 1 The Lehi Department :; m BEETS f SEVEN DOLLARS ;gj "" nalM- of 1."0 l'cr Ton. Hie l'nh ,Jall Susnr Company """"wM a board of directors meeting In Klt Ikc Wednesday nnd voted to 5ftdra nco the I'rlc0 of HUKnr ucets t0 ""i'M Pcr ,on for oeutB ",nt contnln 1 Mt jess than IB per cent Btignr. rbu l th0 ',rlco t,1Ht ,w"1 ,J0 '" lll Uf contracts that the fanners will joon bo asked to sign. After the afctlns General Monnger T. It. Cut. H,r wld' .Tj,e new contract of ?7 per ton Hjiithoriicd fr t,l 'car 1917 '"arks lie highest pilco over paid for heets Id Utah and Idaho. These contracts 1.111 take the place of nil others pro. Mpui. and will ho extended to cv. Iirr tta(o where the company has fac. leriea, Including Nevada. Oregon and IruMngtoiii oven though In these liiites the fanners have agreed to Into beets far ?5 per ton. Tho com. Huo will trent nil regardless of pi lor joa...

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 December 1916

ffi AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SA1THDAY. IiLf a I III MifnitiiMi' l,I.-.'fllt:!l 0 1C1IK " ' ' 'I I ' i lltl . i h :" LEHI LOCALS ; i Mm. IIpIht (' W.IiIi spent Wedlios. day with frl mix In Salt I.nke. Miss Wwiin I : wins left Wednesday to spend mow oi'k wllh hor sister, Mrs. George HolnwtMul In I.oguu. Toylnml l now opon Sonlu Claim lioado.uniteis la at reoplo'i Co.op. Ja-IiI. j ' Mr. iinil Mrs. S. J. Taylor were mid week visitors, In Salt Lake. Kred Men ill has kw iloliiB a plas. lering runt met mi a house In lllnfr. dnlu this wvck. Mm. .Jennie Dannie was voiy 111 eaily In the weuk lull la Improving drain. O. A. Hlade made an null) lllp In American Pork Ciiiiyon early In the week. I Mrs. High Jenkins ntul c-hlldicn an; upending a week with Mix. .Icnkln'.t Bister, Mrs. J. K. Hone. Miss Alice llolmstcud who Ih leach. lap school nt Pnysoii la spending tlu work end at homo In l.chl. Miss lllnncho IIiuihoii of Kail I.nke arrived Thtirailay for a few days vIh. It with her friend MImh Itullt...

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 December 1916

8Vrt HDAY, decemui:r 2, 101c. 'RR'PHHIHHHHHHIIHIIH -. AMERICAN FORK C1T17PY BBBHKHKKBUKKKKUmKKBiM &S-' ,;,-.' Vlluii' SATl'mnY, DICCTIMUPR 2, 1010 H Pleasant Grove Department I ALRY AT THE PRIMARY TONIGHT lt pre ii i-s lo u0 consldeinblo at t'o school primary to. ,t f.i t It appeared that C. luson t.' present Incumbent I bo t-- only candidate hut ns )0r(jrjv,s 1 ar It Ib evident thoro jj gc. rat aspirants. Anions belnc u rationed besides Mr. 311 are W 1. Hayed, K. D. , y I,, V .limit A. K. Cooper ndpC I'-,!,cr' Tl'y ,u'o 110t n" j c.nJ J (ct ,,ut tliclr friends entkn " " their names, and on. ,prlw "1 dotennlno tho ro. root ', ' ,'"0'- uo too careful as , tii, 1 This Is one of the lap.r' t positions to fill and ui t broadest and most pio. ,e 1 t nattvo man should be 3 n HGES FOR BOYS ON BORDER en sacks of parcels post pack. re sent this week from Pleas, rove to the boys on tho Mexican r, so the boys had much to bo fal for on ThnKBglin.. This they took a 15.mlln practice Reports I...

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 December 1916

' , , , lnl AMKUICAr?RK I m SATUUDAY, DECBMDEn ,, I WvTfltDU !) 1 1 U 2, 1910. , '11- X t " 1 Mt AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Mr. hiiiI Mrs. Thomas Coddlngton spent Tuesday In l'rovo. Mr. lilt J. Clayeon mart a buslneaa trip to Salt Iko Tuesday, it?. Wm. Ilarratt w in Silt Ln!.o Vodiii8lfty on ImbIbcm. tntorest la Increasing In our urofll Hhurlng campaign contoat. Mr. and Mm. I). If. Haywood Pnt Wodnuihlny mid Thursday In Ugtlan. uniilom'Jfl J 8w iJ4 IHM lm,1 Hll U) UJUO M itiiuo 'UIAV 'JIV Mrs. Jlyrnni ltupper In here for n brief visit with her mother, Mra. Mary Marahnll. Mr. John Onint of I.avan la hora VlBltliiK with hla father, Mr. Wllllnm Thoro haa lxn noma pretty fine ' Hlinw tit the tlronx lataly. Did you thain? . Mutn, Dick and Illll 8mlth ond mother of Rait ijtke apant Tim radii y here with Mrs. Anne ChlpinAti. , , , , Mr. Harry Manning wild children of l.ohl wero micsta of friends In Amoricnn fork j'uitnuty. Money to loan on Improved forms or wnlur clock. Louis W. ...

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 December 1916

American Ark Citizen 1 I wwmj u nuiifJi iiii ii , IM t "J -i J i H KuXlV AMBniCN POniC OlTjjBfcglpAY, DECKMBBU 9, 19W. Nt'MIlBIl 31 J 1Bi H Interest for I SC0L BOARD jrgcst Atfeminnco liter Seen nt a (School Primary In American Pork I fcutcst Spirited. I Saturday evening tho largo up. 1,, room In tlio City Hnll waa ict'cJ. with many standing, when UL non-paitlsan primary waa hold to e a candidate for American Fork B, tho Bchool board. Old timers Bald Hfur beforo waH such Interest taken H, ills city to chooso a trustee. It Bj; a most Interesting and spirited Beetlng throughout. For dayB It was H-own that there would be a hatd H;M made for the various candidates , a "scrap" started oven In choos. BT; the chairman. somcono named Mayor John Hunter r chairman, and somebody clso jmed Dr. P. M. Kelly. On an open Ltc the Mayor rccolcd D3 and tho Hoctor 155. II. J. Johnson was Hoicn fccrctary without any opposl. :n and tho lncetinB proceeded to Bslnoss. During considerable dls. sslon, nomina...

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 December 1916

l01-N" AMERICAS l'OUK ClTIjATCI!DAY. DKCOITOR 9, 1S1G. NujlUKIt 31 Hl " ' " - . . . . , i. , - . wsHiifiV'r'M . W W.,wWmp. a JM - . E 1 T INTEREST FOR , SCHOOL BOARD lirgcst AUemlniico Cicr Seen at a School Primary In American Fork Contest Spirited. Saturday evening the lnrgo tip. itilrs room In the City Hall was pacted, with many standing, when the non.paitlsim primary wan hold to tamo a candidate for American Fork 0I1 the school board. Old tlmors said nercr beforo was such Interest taken la this city to chooso a trustee. It s a most Interesting and spirited meeting tliroURhout. For days It wns loown that there would bo a haul jght mado for tho various candidates ind a "scrap" started ovon in choos. Ing the chairman. Someono named Mayor John Hunter for chairman, and somebody else limed Dr. P. M. Kelly. On nn open iorto tho Mayor rccelcd 03 and tho Doctor 155. II. J. Johnson was cboscn Fccretnry without any opposl. Hon and tho meeting pioceedod to business. During considerable dls. ...

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 December 1916

svuui nmaninit n, toir, American fork citizen, Saturday, dkckMUEu t m OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS BUT ONCE Enter This Campaign ;IF You Heed S400, Free For Everybody jo Lo-ers iui'i'oirrrxiTV knocks ONLY ONCK. WNTKli THIS ( !A M I A I ( I , AN D VI N $400. Tliere is no clwuico lo 1om (Jet paid Tor .our Hpare timo. WKIY DAY WILL COUNT i'MfOM NOW ON- Tim Aliiiif I'ubliHliiiiK company's rofif -slmring cnniimiffji linn started liken l.irhind. TIIK C.W D I PATHS WHO WOKK uteadv ii ii'l enrnestlv will nlnek tlio bi HEWAIlDS. Even lny iimy not be 001! ones wilh tbe inferoHfed entrnnN. but b STMVIXCJ WAKNKSTJiV a everv mm re moment, will lend tlipAiMmTlorSOXKSiiptlu IlVOlllie of HHCCCSS. 10VF-UVCANDIDATK WHO F.NTKWS Till- HACK W1U cither win nn advert isj-dpri.f or "will be pnirl 11 commission of U(i per cenl of flic money (hev colled- TIlKm-l AKMO NO r.osRs. ALL CANDIDATES enter ing will be allowed access lo nil subscription records and are entitled fo a list of file orcm-nt HiibseribeiH upon applic...

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 December 1916

IB xmrnoWmWrn I ,tTimDAY. DEOEMOER 0, 1Q1C. ' 11 I AMERICAN FORK ClTirv i B$4bV 'try.' "' C1TIZE.V. SATURDAY, DKCEMRKR 9, 1016 ffllijf I fwtFATHERS' FRIENDS I I By CATHERINE CRANMER. .inrthlHS fctnrtlliis In the evening ' r jniH" nskotl Hetty Allen us alio I relied '"' ,ll( "rui oC ,lur futm'rs I Mlf an bout her blond livitd to scan I headlines of the paper hu was read- fiVollili'P exnetly startling lint hero's I 0'etblns that outfit to Interest us." I J, pointed to u paragraph, and Hetty I unn to read : .(fitrroii M Clay, candidate for con I sjionol representative from the Sov I th district. IH hu one of the upeak I U at the political mass meeting at I un!iil' hull tomorrow evening. Mr. I iiar hif a hrllllnnt record as an nttor I t(,nd Is wild to ho u Kitted orn tor.' I -vVhew ! That doesn't sound ho In I tfKStlng to nie." salil Hetty. "Hesl'lew, Irci foUig to Sirs. Andrews' dinner I m 'IM Jorry Dnv'3 tomorrow eve- I do?" Flint's ery nwkwnrd, daughter, for I ,s talking to Theron Cl...

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