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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 9 December 1916

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Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 9 December 1916

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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 December 1916

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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 December 1916

I l ' SATURDAY, likCEMUEU 10, 1.10 JASANT GI.Ol'E I1EUCIT. BATUnDAMCBMBER 1C ,,. Ill fT H &ki V m a c "fnrfiiiifSI W m L mK m J fli mP111 By M9mas Holiday Announcement vg$ IB JO) JmlW 1 Never in the history of the BIG RED STORE , ffl 1 iPilwilNillPwlP has there been so much expended in decorations, iy W: trimmings and Xmas goods as there has been this year -Our buyers have secured L lF I H from the Eastern and Foreign markets all the new things for XMAS that could be found-- I, HH JSL' TOYS I DOI.I.S 1 XMAS BOOKS 1 1 XMAS CARDS Hi XMAS GIFTS "'fiOk I Sjflfli WK' JtKd WAIIM l'l:I.T (1MIVKS, .WKTlliS, Wo Hold In Ihrte weeks Inst ycnr 3000 pounds ot Xmas ' yjrffjlW I 'HSfiLlf rpST IKH'SK SMH'KIIS 7rm cnndles, 1000 pounds per week. We have set our mark OHOIl'K CREAM 0AD1E9 4 $pV l I'totlill flmsa ' for 4000 pounds this year, wlion you hcc our candles nir - n, KnVaSf I WSm iWSkjJ) T,IK XMAS Klxn' STV,lK I,,,rs (,,0THKS you wm holp U8' rail It IftlQi vLSSfSr ...,.,,..,, j EXTRA FANCY ...

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 December 1916

I l I ...ti'iidav, dkcemhkk ic, 101c. H SATtli , , PLKASANT dHOVB ItEVIKW . . HH - . SATTUDAV, DKC KMIIKit 1G, 191C. I Special Line of Homemade I CHRISTMAS CANDIES I 20 and 25 Cents Per Pound I Guess ho Weight I Gut""! ContoHl i Slick Cniuly FKEH Come and Sec if I One Ciness willi cli pound of IIoiiuMtuidc Candy I Fresh Bread and Pastries Daily I American Fork Bakery I j AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS T . . II jlr Marlon Robinson wns n bnsl. , s m "or to Salt Luke Tuesday jlr pud Mrs. William Hobertn spent 5jnd. In Suit Lake with friends. Mli Anne Clilpmnn pave a ehlcken dinner Sunday for Misses May (larlf md llubii Parker. At onco you should visit Grant's. ou no IosIiik tho chance of your life by not Kt'ttliiK your broken dishes r. placed Mrs. I.ott Itushton of l.ohl spent the forepart of the week hero with her brother, Mr. Vcrn Walker. Mr and Mrs. James Chipman, Jr., spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Salt jjike with relatives and fi lends. (UIIXS FOR sam: The Second. Wnrd Relief ...

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 December 1916

Mm PWJiVsiNT auovn kbvibw, satiwdav. dkcemheh u ,., Kjl HATHlTUY i)Ixm:mhi:u ic 1010 - ' Kg f ffillQW FrancpJ Efa i ' n iii' null iv n of nfl A V be 'V i I 'nunc ' .i I jiff iafyJ1 ft lc i nilli'o frniii gill'- wTSi 'm&i li '"' ,'"'1''' ''""i "" la I lKcd: ""' '""" h """ KG I WSI , Mime ill IViij I'iiii Wg i t-fcs '' ,',m " M,is RL I Il I''""" ' i c.i ii Wjj "tfil of nirc, it wealthy Hfi I hl Inn In Id who, Willi tile eV'ep- Uh Moll il ii hollxckc, per, ll"l alone Hi III ii gtcat w i flther-tioflteii nl I mil li- f kmi da Hi.' river road, lie IImmI He u iry pi-rluded kind ot Hie, was Hfi 'clilein wen upon I lie Mil Is nl the Hi) t ii, mill ulirurtcd mtj Utile ntteii WRt Hull when ln win Heeil. Tliele Wele ffi llllllllv Mil ieu If In tile ptaie t tint DTK I. In u Hie mull or anything eoili'cmliig l Ills life. B Yt I there llilil been It Mine III thu mJf life I'ciry I'liui'lilon uheu he hml 13 iilr:i (I'll II jm'llt !i'lll of tllleiilliiii, B , unit mm the sjiiipnthy timl pii of 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. — 16 December 1916

', HBl qVTl'ItDAV, DECEMBER, 1G, 19101 jHi - : PLEASANT (SIH W , x ,, vl M g GREAT HOLIDAY SALE g 1 R T PLEASANT GROVE gg ? JjJ Monday, Decji to Saturday, Dec. 23 tiS I w& (1 tof WE EXTEND T YU A HEARTY CHRISTMAS GREETING AND TRUST THAT 1010 HAS BEEN A PROSPEROUS YEAR WITH fc W$k fcl jjfcMJfi Y0U LET US BE THE FIRST 0NES T0 WISH YOU A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR FOR fyBJ II jzffil 1917' WE ARE NT UT WITH A BIG LIST F PRI0ES THIS TIME' BUT AS A FINAL BARGAIN OFFERING FOR 191G WE WISH HV'yCp H 'mJwW T HAVE Y0U CALL AND EXAMINE 0UR COMPLETE LINE OF SEASONABLE GOODS. WE HAVE ONE OF THE MOST COM- tf Jl'ln H W PLETE TOY LINES IN THE COUNTY. EVERYTHING PRICED DOWN TO ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. WE WANT TO HELP YOU SlP H r bSW MAKE YOUR DOLLARS GO AS FAR AS THEY POSSIBLY CAN- ffi !i U Nv-4 in. w- ' 1 &Bv m & H k l&V Everybody is interested in good candy for Oilier seasonable groceries are: Kaisins, Lemon Wm xJttfJFW Nina. Once each year wo put in a stock of 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. — 16 December 1916

j , tV Jll pleasant anovi: iibvikw. Saturday, decemdeh i6, m,. ammU 8.tthiay. deckmiimi 10. 1010. ... - i H The Alpine H District Schools sHR Board of Kducation: fflHJfSf '' ' Kli J. Claywin, PiVHiflent. mNJM & ! Goodwin, VicM'ros'uli'iit. llBPffli Chas. C- Johnson. M$S I S. Y). Hunncll. Hh Alfred Anderson. m ! ' tfmi ' Officers: tt . , , , M w. Karl Hopkins Superintendent. IflRJ M. R Kurlclincr Jr.,' Clerk. "Mil -v- S. Chip1"'!", Treasurer. 'mm 1 i(.-nnsi 1 VU'ison, 1 'riniury .Supervisor. jnf Jligh Sulmot Principals: Hi ' Jus. II. Walker, IMeusanl drove. K Heber Hcnuion, l.ehi. , , Hill r. M. Xlelseii, American Fork. Will Jbiymoiul Partridge, lincon Junior. 3Rff Music Supervisors: A. K. ()verlail(. aBMl Aliraliam Anderson- Pjffll School population, HMO, .". 1 7:"j. WLm High school registration, Dec, 1, HMI5, 007. Mxf; Number of choil buildings now in use, '24. HSjl' Number ol' teachers, High schools -S Bffl? Number of teachers, (Jrades S If Total ,-,i Kj$! Number of teachers l...

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. — 16 December 1916

aiTt'RDAY, DECEMUER 16. 1910. H TL . PLEASANT OHOVB Rl'VH-'W - MWM . H 2 ZI - - '""'" SATl'RDAY. IfECEMlIER lti. 191C. VMM LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS yours for low pt ices Grant's. I Mrs- ' YntoB wns hoBte8H at 11 I Kensington, Friday afternoon. jss Josephine Merrill waa hostess 9 of S. 0 " " C,,1K Mom,n' evening. I tf. 8. Evans closed IiIb lime kiln at Jordan Narrows this week. He has 9 brtn supplying lime for the cutting H nitons at Pleasant Grove and Provo. H ' Jibs Inez Ilammor gave a trousseau (fj (0 her young lady friends Thurs. m nifiht. ltefrcshments were ned. I Mr. Zelln Oakey 'gave a shower Wednesday evening In honor of her I ul" JI'88 ,ncz lInmnlcr whoso wed. m to Wlllnm PetcValirnk H Mace In the Salt LakeTcmple' next i'fdnwdny, ')' H ' tjrt Kmmctt Chlpman( and' Dr. Harold I cbrfotensen were hunting ducks one I dr lh,s week nt Vineyard. They re. I jumed m thirty. I Mr. and Mrs. John 1. Petri son and family, of Gunnison, Ntah, arrived In ulil Friday, whore they will I make ...

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. — 16 December 1916

.'if , , , ,,, PLEASANT ..IIOVK 11KVIEW. SATURDAY, DKCEMllPti ., . I XMAS DAINTIES M Fancy Fruit Cakes Made to Order FRESH EVERY DAY- H Pics, Cakes, Bread H and Fancy Pastry- 1 Special Christmas Dinner Served Christmas Day I ROAST TURKEY. DUCKS. CHICKENS- A I Merry Christmas Lehi Bakery and Rest u rant m A. E. THURGOOD, Prop. HI i.mn .... iTAii 1 1 ttjLJlli1 J , RESOURCES OVER $650,000.00 The alilltv or a bankliiR Insiliuiuii in mivi ilir io(iilroiiicmsnr larsu cnstoiiur8 in sin Important mat tiT to bo taken into consltlcralloii by both tlio bnnk anil tho cuetomrr Wo nro Klail that both In tlimx or stress mill pionjiiMlty this bank has boon nhlt. to take prompt and ailwtuatf rare uf its riislomen. -I'von tlimiKli ilwli rwiuiromiiits mny ban- been Inrsui. I Twenty.fivc years of successful banking-. The Bank of American Ford " Tmmmmmmmmtmmm m Imiiiiiii hi ! I ' " vmrmoBmmm, sfrj . &-& I .rY !E mllf i 1 I Send your tII ! mere Some t? jt yehundt jTtt ,'viSh you 1 1 18K f Yes, Do...

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. — 16 December 1916

lTi'Hl)AY. DCCKMHKR 16, 101G. 1't.KASANT PROVE IlKVlKW HATl'RDAV. DKCKMHER 16. 191C. iH fl Q T'laLry GrJvaawDOTlGF Drawings ty l&Wfcero t . it HE snow glistened in the sparkling sun-: . light. The , flake's1. of snow kepUfalling,, fi" falling. Spme stopped to restw oithe fe& i branches ,of the pintrees,0andMiei little UWf leafless bushes. -Y&mjfell,' straight to the ground and m&dtil the snofgrowiWeper anl whiter andjsofter. T VY y1Pf upon which.sat aKing & . ! riicestand Jf, ; ' V, '- 1 fi rinceES:. yjjkl Wh he Queenand ( frS p( u irosd-frorh .hie I2$ 41 0 fL" if 4 VJ greatest fes- fc' llval.in-thpkfoear; faaSjSW'aL Be saidhdTjits-'-harne is Christmas. It is the day Iflovna cheetfand happinessTWegiveT5iesents Bnd-wearegiven presents. We think of others Ind others think of us. It is the day to give! And m your King, wjill now begin the cejeDrationjr " 1 The Queenj was smfling-ereyes were full " li gladness and thePriftcesand Princesses were I . ( Jerry and gay. -...

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. — 16 December 1916

HPv WP? I fa i 'f! l'l.KASANT OHOVI JQ '! SATUHI)U DIX'KMIIl.K lo. Wit. . -- H Canyon Activities l Greatest In History tfci'lffi 0vcr Forty prpcrtiea Hav Bccn i,cratinff' Most of which fpffljl Will Continue Winter Work. tk ' wRI '1'll,t 5t'"' ,!'"' wl" K ,,ow" '" ,ll' ' If i'Wftl loiy nu the n-uw K of American SBl l'orlc vKUon " " cnl"1'' u )i' ' & opened with omy .. o J.npertles !- I Sif '" Wrkm1 ,,ut p1'011 wIln l'nt'- 'Mi 4. Fovun ,,nv,n' from four ln l,,,Hy meM 4t nII employed on ouch (mo. HohIiIph this, '" ll during Hut ruiiimrr. nl leant twenty !HI otliu' lnoiirllp dlil Miniilileiiilile de. Mi ifff 1 velupmoiit work, but laid off when tin- K U 1 hiiowh began to fall. Tlio your opened fM tfflw 1 with only Iwo proportion lifting 1IbIp1 " 3f!f "" l,lt' s- ' ,,,,ll,,m x-liRnRP and, ''InK! doled with this number beliiK '"-j iffifHwl creased ir.o per out. It opened with j M" iWffii tl canyon practically unlieiiril of '3 'jH HltionR mliiliiK iiimi Betiarnlly pud din. f !Bli Wllov...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

flvrrnDAY, December ic, ioie. . . 9 SU IM HASAN i UUOVB REVIEW lM. u sATunnw dixemder ic. mc. I GOTO CHIPMAN CONFECTIARY I CANDY mul NUTS, "' 1 TCK CREAM mid SODA WATEK, I BANANAS jukI OKANC5ES, t(l HOT PIES, COFFEE and BUNS. ' 9 Next D c or From Bank. atl ' Chipman, Prop. -T"mmm " !?BE"Ea j'B Prescriptions Carefully Compoundi'd "I AVo call ami doliver if I h desired. PHONE 05 ,ri. Service and Efficiency. F. M. BROWN I ,i I Druggist - - American Fork I " I ' UBI a: " 1U lo r it It is your right to save by paying less. We will 1 save you money on your merchandise. . t! O. J. BRACKEN & CO. in Of Salt l.nKc I'll jr. I MANUFACTURERS AGENTS AND J0I1UERS, MENS. HOYS' AND WOMEN'S CLOTHING. UNDERWARH, HOSIERY, MACKINAW'S, 1H.ANKETS, SHOES AND NOTIONS. Call and see full line of samples next door to Telephone- Office, American Fork. M. 11. POOL, County Agent. All goods delivered return mail. One Sitting Solves Twelve Christinas Presents U-Needa Photo Art Co. AMERICAN FOHK, UTAH. 110 East ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

hU MAI'IMJM HKHJMm R i i iiC PLEASANT GROVE nrVIHW, SATURDAY, DECEMUCR 1C, 1916. JMlfr SiMmhL IjJflU ft AJi With only a for .lays 'o your Xmm VmFh ,IJ I yxiylS-v JMmTti wf s""""i"s '"' " """ " " wk I M Wtf Tmfmr ft JfcJw yrn tlmt wo nro stil w'u ' -i to fin I S& Olr Christina jjffi es-.. j53 1 ljmF . flllO 0 S H you Imvo neglected nnv - WlSSl f mjf V-x ' at L Wm flllly eqllip)0(1 for x,nnH"wo cnl1 lo v f jMl yJ? Jk ItV"' rf Pv Onr lines of Shoos, Clothing, Coals and iPof! Wffi ' WraP1 . lP Dry Goods and Presents still give von Sm & CHRISTMAS BARGAINS ' A Vw wlP HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS AND USEFUL PRESENTS ia 1 Wwlft Al1 lja('os "l !,1,(1 Suits at lmlf l)r,eo- sl,k8 cat. Holts, Hnrmonlcns i&?h if 1 hO?I (lunranteed Silk Taffeta, 'M in. wide, regular $1.50, $1.35 Wnlst8- suitcases, itnckins chain. ' $J$'&V- I WlSy vnrd S1"18' HnmlkuiclilcrH Library Tnblu, Manicuilng Sets, "WS m AlUMankets greatly reduced. 8ly Goo,lH' J'- "". . rocket Knives, ClSk 1 JmSSL. AI,,I,H aU.1 "y '"...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

lH rfHHHfl ..rl'RUAY, DECEMBER 1C. 1016. taHH " .. -, " l ' Il,''i'V. SATI llt)U. linci-'UllKii Hi. mm UfH SltWo'W lilUe $rls cud W f ll adQHi S L i. J "4 IP AdwItes-a'iionLS Christmas Dinner tyGcoreV.HoharyW J jjM M"AV1 did ymi over get reckless HL nnd fclve n Christmas dinner to Hi mi assorted collection of petrl mf lied relations? HTaku It from hip, iIoiIkIhk benzine :;slcs on the boulevard la sloppy wk In oomp:irl!!on. Friend wife concluded It whs up to i to squeeze it few uncles and iiiint.s .to our 4 by 1 dining room and throw .rkey wings at them, so I coaxed j nervous nystPin to behave and told aches to out loose. She sat down and Invited Uncle Pe r (irant and Aunt Martha, Unele vgory Smith nnd Aunt Ilessle. Then e went lu, tool; another look at .t dining room and stopped, llnvltedlluil Hawley. his wife Sybil, lllep Hardy, and explained to them it we would all have to nit edge-on , the table and net our meat cut in kitchen, ko ::s to avoid hitting I :th other on the funny bon...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

mi -ATtnnxi i.nFM,,iin. - . .. "7 1PT --vikw. Saturday. nrm.n I i SEVEN IRE DAYS OF 1 SPECIAL VOIE OFFER Mfi CAN Ydt VfFiillH 'in l.l.T Til!!? Kff ( ii wci: si.ir in ' f Work Will Win for You, and HI Right New a Few Minutes' H 1 Work Will Enable You to Step HI J to the cry Top, With In- Hi creased Interost in Your Cam- MM ii paiRii and the Very Best Pos- m I siblc Ohnncca for Final Succes H This Biff Offer Is a Stepping If Stone to Succcsn. H M Willi pr.H lirally rei riitididiili P now liiilmi'il Willi the i-pliii of pro Hj i Kress and icloi y. and all deii'rmlnt'd J to dmli In tlio vole i-iiliiii'iin. the Grand Prlio Campaign l fast (ravel. H2J lim towards ltn end. Not n Rrrat while HI ; ri'innliiH before tin cull of ',iliui" put' jRg; mi end to the cffortu of ovety ciindl. IfM dnte. mill during thla time NOW ipfljjj wlillo there la yet Huh', eu'iy canill SSfflJt (Into ahoulil itil forth her ory lnht wj!w, cfforiH iiml plan for final miwhh The fSfi tlmu In loo shoit lo allow an of ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

c Ul evTl'RDAY, DFCEMRKR 1C, 1916. pipiuwt ('.,. vr HPVirw 1 6- H SAlt 1 ! - 1 IA- M l.u 1- ULVII.W, SVTIUDW. IM:C13MUi:ii 1C 19 It! H peasant Grove I Center of Utah's im 1 1 Fruit Section ii Bmetccn Sixteen Has Been One of Prosperity Nineteen v I Seventeen Holds Bright Future. '' I l'lojisnnl Grove, as its nnnio implies, is located in tlio center ,' Ifdic .slate's best fruit section. It is a most beautiful picture t resented in the early spring to gaze on the city from an "i jiiuPiu'e, when its prosperous homes are almost entirely ,'s Bullion from view with peach, cherry and apple blossoms and ' .efoliiW w r'cs- Aimually this city ships away many car i 9ads of fruit to markets outside of the state, and apples, pears, '. oaeliox and raspberries from this city always bring top prices. i, l)r fruit also goes into every mining camp in the state and a " trinsot' pwhltors between this city and the state capital is eon 11 iiumlly on the road in the fruit season. Wt have one of the lute's ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

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Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

IrrnDAY, DECEMDER 1C, 191C. ilFASA.Vi Tehi Is A Good I Place To Live reral Resume of the City's Resources, Its Past Year's Activities and Its Future. I Lchi lias experienced out' of the most prosperous periods fc history in the year just drawing to a dose, and the farmer. jiufuc'ture'- miuI tivdcwmn have much (o rejoice for during iV "'S rj,l' fanner lias had bounteous Hn,, ill uas innrkered his crops at prices higher than ever 'ore Known in history. The merchants all report an increase busings over last year- The Sugar Company has made re money than during any other year in its history. The national interests have been advanced. The churches , in a prosperous condition. Th o general health of . people is excellent and there has been no outbreak of ilngious disease- The city in every respect has justified the 4I0111 f Hie Conunrcial Club's choice of a slogan, that "Lehi 1 good place to live." The city is located at the gateway into Utah Valley the at beautiful valley on earth. It ha...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 December 1916

Hlf! TjlATUKnAY, DHCBMHKII 10, 101C. . , , ' L --:.ti.a.NT OKO&b HMV1EW. . . SATURDAY, niJCEUDKn I! Farms and Cities, Factories, Mines and Railways - Bear This Message ' that electricity, the all prevailing force of the universe, is the greatest, j I most willing and most reliable servant in the world. K that through electricity, homes where drudgery now exists may be ! I made cleaner, brighter, healthier. II I fiat electricity is a necessity, not a luxury; is economical, not expensive; I H is simple, not complex; is safe, not dangerous; and is useful every day I jBjj; in the year. I Hi whatever electricity does, it does safely, silently, cleanly, speedily, I R3: thoroughly. I Bit ' I lip Do you know ALL that electricity can do for you? Look j I m around in your home your office or your shop. Light up I 1 the dark corners! And wherever you find work being per- I II I formed that is hard or disagreeable remember that it can be I UK I done electrically and let us show you the way....

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