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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 April 1914

AMERICAN FORK OtTIZEM, SATURDAY. APRIL 11 1914 IKl j Pleasant Grofe Department I Jl . III I Mayor J. L Harvey I I proclaims ulean-Up Day I rJ.11 OrgMillon Hill Abo AhhIhI t , , MflMi.t? " ""SurccKH. I to further tho sanitation nnd civic w iuilflcatloii ork in IMcnamiL Grove, , r J I- Hnrvoy Issued yoatcrdny I proclamation selling iibIcJo next iiclny s offlclul Cleu.i-Un Day. Tho proclnmotloii of tho muyor Is I "-iffl' ntcrcst of public health and , the encouragement of civic pride, or,' 1 Hnrvey, mayor of Pleasant ' ,' .'. qtMio of Ltah, hereby designate I Si a Apr" 15, as ,Cle.i-U, I r I is earnestly di sired that all Ji. , citizens shall enter Into tho spirit : of tho occasion ami clean their plnccb I r rubbish, brush and all unsightly b Is ami 'trash. Tho city will pro ' ,iria inenns of carting away tho itccu- ula Ion In piles for those citizens S have no means of tholr own for : ""u'ldrBlrcd that all tho organizu- tinni Join in making this day a. suc- f in making Plcnsnnt drove ...

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 April 1914

i AMEUIUAM Mil.lWflATl'llDAY. Al'RlL 11, i6i4 - . -.--. , , I' ?K i.l torn- - ag I I -..--.-. JlKl wi i ii j 1 1 ii lr -i 1 H American-Fork Locals and Personals ill jffi Jlrn Ii. W .Nlelson anil daughter W Iris nro visiting relatives nt Stockton jB Joy photos, !)0c pur do? , Monday. IR Mr, I.. W. Onlsford spent Monday nt Salt Lake City. B Minn Lclu Itacker of Lehl spent Snt- M urdny and Suuduy hero, visiting, Hit B guest of Miss Thnydec Jackson B Mi 8. Charles Farnsworlh nutl bade H of Salt I -alio Is IbIIImk with her pnr- B cuts, Mr. and Mrs I. It, Vanrc. E Mr. Andres I'ehrson of Highland H spout the forepart of the week In Salt B Lnko City. H Mrs. Charles I.ogle and daughter, B Miss Lcrny. spent Monday and Tues- H day at Salt Lake City, guests of Mr B and Mrs. licrt Tlmpson Hg Mioses Opnl and Pearl Itobluson of H Kurcku ucro In Amerlran Kork, Suu- WEi day and Monday, visiting with their WM grandmother, Mrs, Hannah Gardner. n Mr, and Mrs Joseph Karren moved SK to niughani ' this we...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 April 1914

I; I?PV Hi jl Are You Willing to be a Booster for Your Home W-Not for that of the Mail Order Man? Think It Over. I I AmencanTIorklJitizen I VOUMB1 AMKRICAN POIUC CMBATl'llDAY, Al'Ulh 18, 10 N0MU13II 63 ' i I Glean-Up Day Mi (iJ (,,. (hr lvM Cleaiilni,' In II. ' itMor,i l'lilillr SrhonN Took I,' l.ciiil Citizens CnnpM Uio ' Ihithuslnsnt. m( Amoriciiii Fork certainly la some I" cic.-iti city- 1'n'r '" ',a 1,,H"w (1,1 I t rorclu' such u scouring undclcan- I inc. mid liw vv,,, ,l looks "B ll rcmilt I the lildi sehool, under the dlroctlon I of Professor Whlttakcr, utid tho gradou I ' under 1 rofessors Pratt and Steele, led in (ho attack, unci tho citizens woiv B not rIiiw lit eiitchliiB the enthusiasm I nil before the day had been fnr nd. I vnrcil It lit safe to any thai 08 per cent of the n,KCB ,n ,own wcco ,u"" liiR (he rubbish out bf its llltliy hld- H ing iiliic.es ami pulling II in pIlcH to bo hnuled off. Tho streets, too, wore H given n going over, and though Amer- lean Fork lias 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. — 18 April 1914

' rft'ia i M ' itffi AMERICAN F6TtK ftifrlgfid SATURDAY, APRIL IS, 1914 n r -- Hj AMUltlUAN FORK CITIZK.N IHE A PROdRESSlVE INDEPENDENT' HK DUDLICATION ll wTisnfiHiON HjH Olio Year , $1X0 S' 8lx Months L UOc ffR Entered as Bccond-ClaBS Matter nt MB rostolflro nt Amerlcnn Fork, Utah. BBK Offices Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 8," HB S. W, ROSS Editor 9H L. W. QAISFORD Manager I PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS Miss Qertrude Rogers Ir visiting with relatives In Draper. Mrs. Ernest Font- presented her husband with n baby hoy Moiiday. (leorgo Ilnrvey of Lehl hus located In Mnilon nnil will operate a shoe repairing shop there. Miss Sarah Williamson Is visiting In Salt Lake City, the guest of her sister, Nina. Miss Itozcllii Watlley spent Sunday In Salt Lake City, the guest of Miss Amy Cooper. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Kenton were s made happy hy the arrival of n new boy nt their home Wednesday. Mix Nettle Thorno nnd Mrs. Amy Honrold of Mt. Pleasant wero Pleas ant drove visitors last Saturday. No lino spendin...

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 April 1914

HHRHHHHHHiHIliHHIIHHillHBHHIilHIHHHHHH H rZ - "V1H If m AMKIUCAN FORK CITIZEN SATt HIUV, APRIL 18, UH ' u ffl AlVlfc B " II I I M j& a.mkrioan fork citizkn ffl A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT I PUBLICATION fl SiniSL'IML'TIOiV J" One Year J1.50 J blx Months !)0c HJ Entered us Second-Clnss Matter at Hi PostofTiee nt Amorlcnn Fork, Utah. Hfl ' Office: Opposite Tabernacle. I'hnnc 8.' H- S. W. ROSS Editor B !'' qA?aF,0!tD :.: Ma"aar i PLEASANT GROVE LOOALS .1. E. Thornc was a Sail I.nko vlflltor th In week. Mr, Ditnnnu Stewart left for Salt Lake Wednesday for an IndeHnnte per il. I.. Clark Hindi! a business trip to Salt Lake Wednesday and Tlturii Mrs. L. W. Lund and daughter Kine Hue, were Salt Lake vlsltnro 'this MngniiH NIoIboii is reported as be ing quite. III. Ladles night droHscs beauties 60c and 75c at Chlpman's Bargain Dnsc ment. 25-lt MIbs Lorena Whlto was the guest of Mrs. Sampson of Salt Lako this 12 for Ific oranges 12 for 15. 25-lt (let together merchants and make n campaign ag...

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 April 1914

M ?-- AMERICAN JXHtK -CITIZEN SATURDAY, APUH, 18, 1914 m THE STOCK SHOW WAS I I A GREAT SUCCESS rlnr Sli'fIiii'iiN of llortcllc-xli III I'nriiilf-l'"" Proper and Avinrili in llic Onp Yards. I, The Stock Show on Tuesday was u ' great success, not ho much from the numbers oxlilJiltnl, which by the .way I wore most Hiitlsfnctory, hut hy -reason I of tl' '''b'1 c,llflrt ()f '10 moclt 8l,0WII I the entltuBliiMtii manifested by tho eltl- ICI,g iind tho Interest hIiowii In the I Judging nml 'I'0 awarding of prizes Tlioro were exhibits from tho north I pud of the county Vrom Vineyard to belli, the hitter town capturing many J I of tho best riliboiiB. Tho show proper Wns In tho yardB back of the Co-op, I from which point tho parade started. I Tho parade, headed by tho Silver -j m Hand, was composed principally of I Stallions rrom tho various towns, each ll horse bring followed by his get. lurch. There wcro nono of the cattle In tho 11-11 H parade, yet It was several blocks loop - I and "8 gr...

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 April 1914

H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATUHPAV, APUlL 18, 1914 . i Are You Willing to be a Booster for Your Home Town-Not for that of the Mail Order Man? Think it Over, If I The Lehi Department I; B ten 1 City Council Meets H Kdvwuil It. .loni'.H (ids Contract for Iff fciigniiTrlng mirk on, glilurwilk Bt r.xit'iislmi t'niiL'teo In "' t'K'iiiicil H Op IK'll'gllteS Appointed to (.'(Hill H Jtouils Coin callous H Jnnieu Carter stilted tlmt ho Iniu H bcuii miming motion pictures In Ills H hull on State street ami asked jei - H nilHslon to rontlnue to do ho without Wm an additional license other tlinn thiu Hjl paid for n dance hull. Referred to H the committee on license. HR ttlds lor doing the engineering turn IHj "'- Inspection or inc proposed aluuwalK EH " ' extension were read as follows: H 'f IJ. K. lloundbcrg o( Orand June- K Hun. tor making necessary maps uuu K doing all necessary engineering auu HI Inspection, 8 2-3 per cent of cost ot HE Improvements. H Kenneth Uorg of American Fork, B for ma...

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 April 1914

H ' K I II AMBaiCAX FORK CITIZEN. SATUnDAY, APRIL IS, 1914 i j r: I """" Lehi Locals and Personals """ '9m . . 'I O'Hrlcn of Snlt Lnko City I ent Tuesday visiting Lchl relatives. ' . kvW HUUaV FOR SALE; easy , A M Jl AlldcrBon, Lchl. 18-2U term'- " H . yvilklns of Eureka spent sov- r!l days this week visiting with his jU, Mrs. W.K-, Evans. tinvs' waist bund overalls nl Chlp- BJrtfor2f. Hcnvy nUHllly. 18-11 I Mrs Robert Hull entertained at n I itcnslngton Tuesday afternoon. Rc- frdhmciita wcro served. I Mrs. Frank Yearnnco returned on I Saturday from a week's visit with I friends In Snlt Late. I Mr. Smello camo down from Idaho on Tuesday for a few days visit with hl family. a few Bced onts left nnd plenty of ' grass and garden seeds. Chlpmnn's. ' Melvln JolniBon returned this week ' from Wyoming, whore ho has been for the past two weeks. A son and heir was born to Mr. nnd :H Mr8 Wallaco Peterson on Saturday. Mother nnd baby doing well. Read Chlpmnn's big nd In this paper. Front page....

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 April 1914

if' I I I ,BL I I II AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APKlL 18, 19 ,--,, B We a i- LEHI LOOALS - - Mr, ninl Mrs. OIIer Klrkhntn gnvo ,. , it chicken Hiipprr to n crowd of young ?jk pcoplo Saturday .r-U'iiiug, gf MIbb Myrtle- Stewart etilcrlnliu'tl (lie t young Indies' S. S. Chili tit her home fM Mouduy evening. ijjjv ' T. It. Cutler, Jr., and MrH. C M. Cutlor were visitors wltli Suit Ltikc '!'' City frlcmlH Tliursdny. O Mrs. A W. Dnvls of Holier Is vlalt- .? Ing friends In l.chl. Mr. and Mrs. . i Dnvls may make their hoinn In Lohl. II, Mrs. Alex. ChristofferBon entertnlned $?. ' the H. H. Sowing Club on Monday cve- ' ( nlng. (,'nncl nml building miiiiI. Sec J. V. Clilllon, l.chl, null. tf T. R. Cutler of Salt Lnko City spent Saturday In l.chl on busliiPBa and vis ' King with his children. Mrs. J. K. Colter entertained nt din ner Snturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Southwick of Lincoln, Idaho, spent several days the past week in l.chl, the guests of Wi...

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 April 1914

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 19H 11 7You Willing to-be a Booster for Your Home TownNot for that of the Mail Order Manf "toO 1 IfPleasant Grove Department f ":....,Inow For First Prize I Un Uny wn a decided suc- "sewr before was the city ho " from rocks, rubbish and lllth. I TlWn'Ker bckrc did It look bo clean, and illNGKr before wore the citizens bo Ed a tilr low"' A rl,, n,0,.,",, En would make any one exclaim: Eulr. Pica8""1 arovo l0 ,l g00d p,nco 1)8 vhlcb to Hvc." MnU ranglc result vvub duo to the Eblncd efforts of tho bcIiooIb, tho , i 'K Sals and tho cltlzciiB In gen- i to ' olWi l0 8CCmed lo brcnthe "mb- TiDlrlt of Mnyr. "Brvw'8 v,l0? bot KitHiD, but probably moro credit Is E the public 8C'001 t,,n" "l,y 0,,,cl' EmnUyat 7:30 every school teach ErKva headed a Bqund or chll ;' armed with rakes and other '" ln nearly all of tho leading . E t In town wore clean as a parlor Bwr. Brush was dug up and all the i I.Eks crc raked In piles and city -18 Kmi followed and haul...

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. — 18 April 1914

1? AMBRICUN FORK ,m2lATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1014 I foil American Fork Locals and Personals lira UK. Mr. Clarence Heck wns n Snlt Luke IR visitor tho forcpnrt of the week. flE - Bl Korl Robinson loft for mi extended B" Hlny at the sheep herd Monday. Hx" Dclliort l.oo of Grncc, Idiiho, In here B'1' .visiting with relatives mid friends. B' Mrs f.'ell SJostetlt and dnUKhtor H Nota returned lioinu Friday after n B few weeks' visit In Salt I.nko City. H ' Mr. Knrl Wright, who Is employed jB nt Sandy, came home Saturday oven- B1 . Iiir to spend Sunday with his family. B Hiuniiel F (Irnnt went to Snlt Lake m City, Saturday, and while there pnr- R ' chased a new "Kxcelslor" motorcycle B Mi-h .1. M. Thornton Hpent Mondn HB nt Pleasant (iiove visiting with rein- BHi Mm. Hitler Murdock of Heher City vvns a lsllor nt the home of Mr. mid m Mih I,. V. Ilenrold, Snndny and Mou- HH Messrs. .lack Rosellc and Arthur IKj White of Salt Lake City wcro guests BE of Missus Uarhnrn lioloy nnd Or.i HBi Lynth, Sn...

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. — 18 April 1914

AMlJUlCAX KOttK CWHtfeM SATUkDA. Aftuib 18, 1014 '' 1 Ti f ou Willing to be a Booster for Your Home Town-Not for that of the Mail Order Man? Think It W I ItlPleasant Grove Department I 'ir. in,, Wf"- . ,, m Farmers - Ratify Agreement "t A I IN(j H, ofticwiTll'O' the Water ",l I'n,. Kent nnd Srnl Snme In tt for Offlclnl AcHoii. hl.M).s M Trnnsnr(t.(. " '-dil uii.1 H Council was In icgulnr bob- s ' Plumb V 2C"1' ln8t w,Ml U, Mnyor "" or hn." prcscl "ccptliiB Conn- ;B,oriic. Councllmnn AVost- Hrtrd dial tho ciibo of T. J mrn Bis. Amcrlcnu Fork nnd Plen- yT B0 cities nnd Kohl Irrigation B9 non-stilted nnd nt nn end "TAIJ appeal was Inken. H .,ig0 otntcd tlint n common "1 Kan up I""1 "cen effected, dupfc I H ,o ,lip 'M"yor'u i)rcin- I Btlcularly commending the of- I rlccs rendered by tho schools I Hiy tlicir respective teachers. OW'a I Ba" " '"to11'0" nB"ln rc- I Bdvor8ely " t,,a ' F" IIcrron I n an, ( Halm, which whb aceoptcd. 's izcs: I Hpal J. W. Wnlkrr requested ''"- and J p schools ...

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. — 25 April 1914

BBBB ij - tTi-. a, 77"BBBBBBBI ,1 -Pi - n - 'fH BBBB k lit Tm ?E 11" Willi"S t0 bC a Boof!ii2iIJ n-ot for that of the Mail Order Man? Think It Over. 1 mericanFMFCitizen iflHM y0LUMK ' AMKUIUAN t-OltK CITIZEN " SATURDAY, AI'IUI, 25 l-u i " S H SBa ' . W NUMBER C4 'I Ml lining Activities 19 Commence In Canyon i Iff lid and Mmlli' .Strikes Increasing BBBBB t With ci'i'Ioiiinciit Cleghorn fH'.'i mill 'i'ylcr Resume JfBBBBJ', Operations. jfiVflfflf Mining news received tlilo week H 'from the ciuiyou indicates that the Bh IBt year I" Its recent history Is nbolit BBBT io open up' Most of l,1 ol(l properties diH trc preparing to resume operations Hl'iml several new ones will be brought B"U3""l:'io lire The sonson seems to bo HflKfoecnlnR sovrpl weeks earlier than Hj-Moal. All ntly ' 'ond is open to l),e Dutcli.J.in mine jiid preparations PvAvJ've being mwlo to commenco ship iH' ments at an early date. -lM The jsood nows was sent over the , tpj telephone that tho Wild Bros. leaBO, on niV tbe...

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 April 1914

I AMERICAS' FORK C1T1EKN SATURDAY, APRIL S5. 1914 1$ 1 jH AlVifclUOAN FORK LOCALS Miss Hazel Hunter was n l.chl IhII or Sunday. Mr. mid Mrs. C. V. Smith returned home Stiudnr nftrr spending a work lit Logan. iJ .Mr. Miirlon Koblnson loft for Heber on his motorcycle Frldny, to spend a 'few days. ,v Mr. iiiiiI MrH. C. L. 'sJpy. spent 'part of the week lie.i.o, visiting relatives and friends. - . - Mr iiih! Mr. John Kclley spent Tiicsdny Waiting with relatives ill UM. Mr. mid Mrn, F. L. Hickman Hpont Hunday and Monday visiting with relatives at IJcnjamlti mid Payson. Mrs, K. H. Uoloy spent tho fore part of the week visiting her daughter ni Salt Lake City. Mrs. J. E. Wilson of Lohl was the guest of her pnrcntn, Mr. and Mrs Wm. It. Webb, Wednesday. Mrs. Altherla Urownlug and balm of lllacgfoot. Idaho, aro hero for an ex tended visit with her mother, Mrs Mary Mnrslinll. Miss I.oona Kolley returned home fnno Logon Sunday, after spending three months visiting with relatives. Mr. ft D. Cruis...

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 April 1914

! Pi H8e V . AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. APRIL 25, 1914 H Are You Willing to be a Booster for Your Home Town-Not for that of the Mail Order Man? Think It Oi I J The Lehi Department iff G, W. Earl Gels H Electric Franchise Wm V' t,,v Council (.'runts I'nitirlifsi I'm- WM " New Pnjver Compim) (o Oper- B "if in i.ciii. BB .'!!"' A special session of (ho Clly Coun- J-' c" wn I'dil Tuesday evening for the BB ' purpose of considering the Karl elee- lH trie franchise. After passing to its SB third reading the franchise was pns- IBb sod by n unanimous vote nnd will he hBJ found In niiolher port of this Ihsuo. 8BBJ Tlio franchise Is u most liberal one BBm bo fi' us It nffects (he city. It pro BB vldcB that the maximum charge for HI electrical energy should he eight cents BBI per kollowntt hour us compared with BBf a prlco of ten cents now being chare- IBS ed. It provides twenty-live lights foi J tho city's use and that the city shall BBfl nnvo tM0 prlvelngo of purchasing the HB plant and...

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 April 1914

' mwA ' 'His "Sa 1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 2fi mil ifS Lehi Locals and Personals Those crisp Hodii criK-korn nl Clilp iiihii's Ti lb. Imx only SGc. lic.jt Tin- Hi-Hi Ward Dramatic Cflub will put on a play In (ho Opora Houbo .. this ccnliiR. IOrnilimtlon Hoimet8 nt twenly per rent illHcouiit at People's Co-Qp, 2p-l( ( C Frlel cniiHJ down from Sail Lake City Saturday and spout several days iiiikIIiis In Utah lako and Jordan . Rlvor Graduation HoiiiioIh nt twenty per cent discount nt People's Co-op. 20-tt I Allsa Martha Klrkham gave n youii; I people's party Saturday evening, I spending the time In gnmes, music I and dniiclng. I Robert Oarrlty Is in rather n bad way suffering from dlabetls nnd heart trouble. Ho luis boon confined to his borne for somo time. Graduation Hulls and furnishings Better goods for loss money nt Peo ple's Co-Op. DC 1, Two weeks front today, the .Young Ladles of tho Second ward will pre sent an operetta entitled "A Jnponcse Girl." They aro working ...

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 April 1914

m 1 mmkm American four citizen sATt'itDAV, ahulm, mi' M Hill Fences Park Br r Guts Out Paving K f; l CD) Coiiiiill It; HcNoliitlnn TnkrtOtcr HHi ! H'Iiicm' I'ark mill Cntr Two. B ' Thlnls Off I'm lug B ),, Another Bpcclnl meeting of tlio City IH Council wmb held Thursday evening B all the members being present except fl Kvmiih The meeting was cnlled spec- BKC, inlly to reconsider the Bidcwnlk pnv- HHfl! I lug and to take over the Wines park. MH' ) ''"he comniltte who were appointed HhWJ 'to sco Mr. Wines reported that ho wns HBaE. billing for tha city to tako over the R park nnd after tlio city hud complied H j with certain Improvements he would B ' then give tlio city a deed to it. HH ' , Hy resolution tlio Council voted to H' ' ' tnko over the block and mako a park H of It. The city also decided to put an H J S , Iron fence around It, plow it up and kkH'; level It down. W' ;' It was undeistood that whilo Mr. B 14 ' Wines Ih yet unable to give the city HBSJ'', a deed, he has expres...

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 April 1914

I ' AMERICAN inlMJJI! m'nAV- A,Tl "' 1014 ""' ' --j A J I . ! Umerican Fork Locals and Personals HI Hvrryhody KO to church tomorrow. Btf Uoni to Mr, mid Mrs. tiro IMitlf) H k l-'rltlny. n halo hoy .Mother mid baby Hfl (IoIiik nlcoly Ht Miss Itosa Durrani spent tho foro- Hu' jmrt or tho week t I'rovo vlsltliiK jl lelallien mid friends. H Principal and Mrs. C. W. Whltnkcr B wero guests of frli-ndn mid relatives M nt I'rovo Saturday mid Sunday. ' Tills week Joseph Uunkloy hud Bk some very nent signs painted on H- ills front show windows H'- Tomorrow Is go-to-church-Huiulsy H' Of courso everybody will gothe B movement Is niitlon wide Just for thin H, , Sunday, April 2Gth. H Mr. Stephen Woods, Miss Verlmid H WoodB mid Miss Helm Loo motored to Hj Suit Lake In Mr Wood's enr Monday "j mid spent the dny Hl For pnlntliiK mid pnporhuiiKlnR call H ' on F. S. HiiniphrieH & Son. I'lionc Hi Nos. 54-W, I'lensnnt I'rove, or 101-J, K Amcrlcmi Fork. 28-tl H Win, l.oiolcss or I'ayson Is In Am- B cr...

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 May 1914

J American Ftrk Citizen 1 ftljl fcS AMERICAN fOKK C1TIZEH JUAT, MAY I, , NUMDBRS6 II pj Woman Dies "1 MiCrr llomnn li Walked Across I Sii ,nl,,s l'01 l0 "Cr I ' ltftuird. I I drt. Chrtstltm Kelley, a pioneer nnd I dis citizen, died at her homo in I unntWnrd last Monday. She has I H! been lrons for some time, and I flnr the past three weokB 1ms .been Km hcr bcd w,th Br,Bht'B dI I ! which was tho cause of her I rkrlstlha Kelly was born at Als- BSmark. August 3, 1837. She Jhtt Immediate fnmlly Joined the B niith of Jesus Christ of Lattcr-Day B fttoU when she was but 12 years ot ..she was the first to emigrate to Bruh but a later followed by hcr Lnt a brother and sister. As a Jm of ifi years she mado tho Journey B tone from Huropo to Utah, being Ui A . ,,' re months on the way. From Mis WUm Ji ,he walked the entire way to 2-M r,V coming with a company driving (do JBbi teams, arrhlng In Salt Lnko City ' catiM , jj55 The year following she enme 1 0aHBj (American Fork, where she has since ...

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 May 1914

PW . . gBDAY, MAY 11914. ,. ,-,- aa:-"B-i M The I, rhl llnnucr. WM . A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT fl PUBLICATION Iff si'i.sumi'iioA Mn 'l One Ycnr ..$1,G0 f. Six Months 90c B q l Hpl Entered iih Hccnnd-Clnss Matter at nil Poatodlce ut Lehl, Utnh. KL IT - . - -. . ., , , , . .,, .I, i. M . , i .-I P. 4f 8, W. HOSS Editor Rjj L. W. UAISFORD Mnnngcr Hv w Bf PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS BS' The Htonuieh needs some ncIdH. Bf f Why not liny pickles nt Ulic pur iiinrt K';, Imttlo nt (.Illinium's nil next week? H' ; Mm, Ilnzol Wnllon (if American Fork !' was visiting her parcntH, Mr. ntiil Mrs David Thoijno, TneHdny. $- Mr. George Tliorno mill Mr. K T HH. Mnyhow .undo n business tilp lu I'rom j) on Monday, 1 Have you visited the llurgiiln Iliiae- niont nt Uhlpinnn'H lllg Iteil Store? I'lioy Imvo a way of kI tti jou morn for your money, llinn any store hi the county. 2-lt Mr. Allen DiivIh of Hall Lake spun! SnturdnJ' mid Hundiiy the guest of Miss Mabel Hull. A Hj Mth. 0. S. .loneH mill sons, Stownrl H...

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