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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 2 May 1914

Hi I AMKBIOAN FORK LOCALS I Miss Ann Clilpnuin spent the week H ,t Salt I-"kc- joy photon, 99c per dozen, Monday. I Born, to Mrs. lle Campbell Mnrtin, I FrlJny.Arrll 24, n bnby boy, , Attorney Clarence M. Heck was at ,ihe state capital Monday on business. I' Miss Pearl Andorson Is spending a I (,w days with friends in Salt Luke. I Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly wore ut I Lebl, Monday, visiting relatives. I joy photos, 99c per dozen, Monday. I Mr- Joseph Walton went to Salt I Lnko City, Friday, Tor a brlof visit. I Mr. Ernest ScaBtrand was nt Hcber I City on Saturday In the Interest of ihe Royal Tailoring company. Mr. I'al Strlnghnm of Imblcr, Ore., I Is visiting In American Fork, guest of I Mr. otul Mrs. Charlos It. Miller. I Mr. P. ! Hickman's mother of Pro- I vo spent Tuesday In American Fork, tlslthiB. I Mr. Russell Whitman of Spriugvlllc I ipnt Sunday In American Fork with I friends. B Mr, and Mrs. Hyrum Wright of Lin- I don were the guests of Mrs. Charles I J, Wright, Wednesday. I Mr....

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 May 1914

I I i ' otTL'ItDAY, MAY 2, 11)14 .. ..- . -- .- TT - - - -j-V.i r i m B' LiB) AMBMCAN FORK CITIZEN'- 8Tt!L .. , "" ' ' SS P i The Leh i Department I Dh . ,..,..,, .. i. I.. , - . - I . BBM I Fatal Accident On Interurban Fourteen-! car-Old Ho; Killed Under It heel of llcmll; Luudi-d Cur Iteturulng With Conference YMlori. Alvaro Hushman, the 14-year-old on of Mr and Mrs Theodore M Bushman, was run over and almost Instantly killed by an interurban cur at 9:30 Sunday evening. The accident took place two nnd one-half blocks cast of llio Interur ban depot, between Dr Hasler's and Bishop Gardner's homes The wheels of the heavily loaded car hud passed over his body, almost completely sev ering It nt the waist. There was also a 'gash over the left eyn, though this wound would not havo been fatal Dfv Hosier nnd John Comer were 01. WV the scene within a mlnuto after the PSf- accident and turned the young man R over just as ho gaBped the last breath, fi' bdt death, wns almost Instant. Others jM...

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 May 1914

-- , AMUUIC'AN frultR CITIZEN, flAfUlttuY, MAY 2, 1914 ' ' Jl ia'FHE MAIDS OF iiyHHi PARADISE I JPwJ-fffi Robert w Chambers - -KiiSlllLlI Aul,,orof'Cardiai1',,r'ie Conspirators" HT "-r3f8yM? jj-jjs-at-Arms'etc. I -MP5 Olrv. in Myers CnnwrfM hwPFfriii. I Tfrom Last Week.) I i brfsbt blush spread over brow and I KSLuwae lovo-artor all," sho I ISr her breath. "God bo with I BW-I Iv0 'ou' I Sirebl" cried Mornac, as two I Mum took station bcsldo mo. , i I He eed pascd out flr8t; l fo,lowod; l'e I .countess ca.no behind me. I H k at ber as wo stumbled out into I K torch Ht garden. S mlfo smiled adorably. Her forofa- I Mai to0 "ou,1,cd thQ 8u,,otmo 8m" I A Midler dressed llko a Turco lifted I H torch nd set It In tho flower bed un- nw I Kr the Mil. Illuminating tho spot UA I Haree wero to stand. Ab this bo1 I Kier turned to como back I saw his I V'Ealab Den-Ahmed I "I cried, hoarse I M- "V0 Marau0Ut8 do tn,B butcher's I B Tho Turco stared at mo no though fvo I itanned. go I saiah Den-Ahmed...

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 May 1914

"5"" " BBM Bbbbb " rv qATUHDAY, MAY 2, 1914. - --' - -r' " - -fifr, 0SSsLS WKF AMERICAN FOnK OTnZPjTUt "" SS " bbbTC ' Mwifi-7- " iW bbbI bbM bbbbbI 1 1 i Graduates and High School enJ I You Must Look Smart, Correct andjish I . I . i mm If We TaUor YourxkS B $15.00-NO MORE-NO LESS. $15,00-NO MORE-NO LESS, $15.00-0 MORE-NO LESS. of Uw Graduation Exercises will be held at-n-Come Early pS Hjj H we sell yo' BBBBBBBBH 49BT . . BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlBJsMBl BM g BBS SBB BBBBBBBBBBSMtM H .. .fAHl Hf LET YOUR LIGHT SHINE KB In a recent Ihbuo of I.lahonn, 9 ' ApOBtlo Talmngo rotates n brief, but Hr striking story, wlilch draws u forceful jjr, IlluBtratlon of what tljo Saviour meant HKj when Ho advised Ills disciples to let H tholr light bo shlno that all men might HRft boo their good works. ra Yearn hko, long boforo tho Introduc- HO "on of electric lights, In his student HH days, Mr. Tnlmngo owned and greatly Hy prized an "Argund" student lump, re gal ded by lilm as tho prize ouo for llliimliiat...

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 May 1914

a J " AMERICAN' FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 2 19H . 4l8y Jl Lehi Locals and Personals I aaBBBBBBBBal " Niaal j.itnn Ilonnets at 20 per cent ' I i K Cotter has been out of Ills I ,torc much of ll, ,m8t WCOk b0CI,UB0 'H 0f illness- I ir.n' work shirts for 35c. Boys' I S heavy kind, only 25c, nt jgSn'. naiRoln UnsemOnt. 2-lt . ' j,on gALB Whlto Chester brood I A" Bl A,ulcrB0", I'?hl' 2"11 'I John nuflhmnn will erect n homo this summer on the lot west of Chns. H Hjfron's home on Iho Drldgo rond. lomntu. cnlibagc, cnnllilonor, celcr.v, t.lfr and vantr nlnnls for snlo. Lelii l,r,l Co, I'ChL 2.11 H Mechanics are now nt work doing f 'H n,e woodwork on tho new residence H for Thomas Powell on Stnto street. H Why pay other pcoplo 35c for n H iiart bottlo nice sweet pickles when 1 ou can buy them from Chipmnn's for , H j5C; chow chow 25c. Dill pickles ' He. Mixed pickles 25c. 2-lt H a benefit hall will bo given Mondny "H night for Robert Gnrrlty, in tho Ar ,fl csdc Hall. A committee Is' sellin...

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 May 1914

FT m H I- AMERICAN FORK C1T17.B' qATtmDAV, MAY 2, 1914. , .l .,,,, MP LEHIJLOOALS I I Mm. Aldruru Auhtun lias been con- , fined to her room for several ilnys r I with a case of rheumatism. Joy photos, 99c per dozen, Monday. j-; , i Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor visited ' V friends in Salt l.nko City the early part of the week. K (f b a i i r ' .'. Gravel ard building land. See J. IV. Chilton, Lehl, Utah. tf '." ! - ,. Mr. nnd Mrs, C. II. Peterson spent L the Wednesday half holiday with H, friends In Sal. Lake City. I 7 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. V11b went to -!" I Suit Lake City, Wednesday, to attend fey I tho ftihcrnl of a friend. $?. For wall paper nnd window cur- f' tnlns the Chlpman Merc. Co. can not be excelled 2-1 1 w,- j ' l'hllo Child, who Is on the clrculn- Sp-. Hon force of tho Dcscrct News, spent ' two dnys this week In Lehl on buol- Hgip Kb Klrkhnm, now with tho Wnsntch Has ' Knitting company, blew Into Lehl on Wmr Thursday for a brief visit with rela- ragk Graduating slippers, g...

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. — 2 May 1914

IBBff'LLLBIHiBLLiLiiiiiBL , UlUlirxv pork CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1014 Jutt - . till Pleasant Grove Department I !! pw Entered Lmg Water Case .,. ,he parties to tho dls 7. the water of the Plcns- h ! ,tcm was In tllsputo np , E court at I'rovo mid nettled '.' Ktlon at lo1"1 court C0Bt i. Wm case of Murk Dezzunt ' 'pleasant Grove City, Hint at tlrcatened to cost thousands PL, ,Bd to almost disrupt tho E, arc felicitating each oth- I Ke happy el,dln& of ,ho dl8 everybody seems to bo "well From the best Information Btltarpcars tlrat the city got K wis entitled to nnd n sulll 1 totitr for all domestic pur- i B, Cjge was cotnmciiccd thin ' Hscilradtlsed the course tliut Kf tjken and subsequent rc- PWVC the wisdom of the Kjnunyaro Interested In the Etoent that wo reproduce In decree as It Is now on the cord: H Decree. use camo on for trial the of April, 1914, nt I'rovo, ' Hre Hon. A. II. Morgan, Judge, .tlthout a Jury; S. 11. Thur ilre, appearing as attorney -hlntlffa, and Harvey Cl...

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. — 2 May 1914

w ll n .-itiZEN SATURDAY. MAY 2, 1914. - y ' ----Mi, :' K AMERICAN -FORK ' " " ' " - -M 11 . MM American Fork Locals and Personals HnSf Miss IJcrtliu Cutmtill went to Salt Bjffip I.ttku City, Saturday, for a brief visit. HK Mr. Myron Clilpmnu spent the fore Hh purl of tlm week In Salt I.uku City. BJIfP Mr. Walter Slock made a business HSi tiip to Salt Lake, Wednesday. Kjp Mrs. Harold Chrlstensen of Lehl $', was mi American Fork visitor Wed- Em&i nesday. Bfjf .Miss Florence Iloulnsoii Is home uf- HS tr unJoyliiK a three weeks' visit nt H II will bo worth your while to see MSBOl the Clothing Industry Tuesday at the HH Opera House. u HhB Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. I'ollett or Salt BfflHj I.nko Clly were guests or Mr. and GH MrB. A. W. Peterson, Sunday. HEP Misses I'earl I'rcston and Annie BfBffltj Slack spent Sunday In Pleasant Rlgff drove, guests of Miss Chloa Thome. BUSS Mra. Clifton I'eircu went to Holier 8j' City, Wednesday, for an extended visit Bgfj with her parents." IPUff MIbs Ver...

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 May 1914

jfciencanFrk Citizen - oflflMr- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SAToK MAY 9, mi, ' . ' ' ' ' v H eOW Citizens Summoned I M I ,t of Oh first Wnrd, Mrs. Alice Moll of (lie t'onrlli Nurd W 'mv,I";m Mrs Sarah Ynnce.r of die Third Hard. 1 , l,,t Iwud tlirco old and TrrddentB hnvo departed torycf Jorld0,tllm,d ' :-JjoHN DURRANT. nrrant7"nntl,cr old-tlmor, flfi p. m. He had been nll- 1 two months, but did not give olden d,k before hta death. Tlio mLntltls, as well as old ngc. 15,11 itetBri W yea" of age the 8th of - jftLnt wna born at Bovlng- Trfihlre. England, April 8, E,d the Mormon church at -i mWLnt in 185S: emigrated to "hM"! 16, I80i, shortly after tflto American Fork, where he WLt made his home, - -Mfi""'' his religion faithfully, Tmirlghteous and Just citizen Kidei bl tamWy leaves a largo i , , 'Kf friends. Tlioso who Btirvlvo lal htVjj wlvc9i Kczlah and Eliza- i (TinVnlK lMn c,,lll,re11' n, ,air8 UlUUW of grandchl(lren and two ,meo -'Krinifchlldrcn. Brl services will bo held today flrit War...

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 May 1914

HHaaVHLMHHHHHHLHHHMMHI lf)lt . .. . M -.M..toMMI,M -- - - AMF.lt 10 W FORK ClTIZb1 -: LJ " '--- r?- J 1 HHAN HJlth (IJJ i .1 PltC'ORKhtMUJ ISU VI .1 ' ' r I I'l ML.li' VI ION Ouo Year $1.50 b'lx Montlm ... . . . . . . ... .. . Mh Entered as Sceond'CInss Matter ui Postofflt nt American Fork, Utah. ! Ofllcci Opposite 1 nbi'i'imi'li't Phone 85 WiV l 8. W. ROSS Editor Mfc"',j '" w 0AI9F0RD Mniioger gKJl ', x m : ' V PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS jffifcf ' Aunt Harriett Uiinlncr, who bus Rg$jj '. t liui'ii (tiltp 111, l reported impiovlng BE : Alius Flossie Frumptou spent thi- Js&i t curly pnrl of the week ilsMIng ft lends mMf Still Lake City. KH& ' . (8Bf2Ki - t'.;!A. Amleisoh iftiirnixl Moudn) Bm 1 cm ii foilr dnya' business (rip to Suit HhSP I -ii Ko City. i MlOJi Admmtoii eania down from Salt 5 - 'J Luke Uly lo ipcnd Sunday with rein- rtjkl llioii Bra , , M ,. 81 . Mjrji. V, F. Young win MTtuiialy III Wm qr iionm dnya ago, Imt l now reitortmt E' ' convalescent. HSk ' HI5 . MUs I'tinr...

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 May 1914

"H -!-------, 'S'5:'" MFniCAN FORK CITIZrlN UTUllMY MAY q lou ' ifflfyt AMERICAN FORK LOCALS 0 8' Ml K,vn I'R,,(,on ,s vcry ,l1 nt wr I"1"'0' ",irfcrl"K wlUl er'8lti0,ns- Hr H Mrft Mary Adnmson Is having her fv I home" I" "', FlrHt Wnri1 roshlnRlcil Don't fowl tho mnss meeting '"' jllwl tor Wr,1""8tmy ".veiling. The Use should bo packed. I Ulir reduction In Edison Mazda umno. "" f,ize'' "' to fort.y wntt 30c 'atm..PoV Place." Other sizes, prices j proportion. 0-lt I MIks I''Vil Miller wonl lo Snlt Lnkc I city on Saturday for an extended I tlslt with frlcntlB nnd rclntlvcs. Mr, mid Mm. Chariot) Chamberlain I crc guests ot relatives nt Halt Lake I Cy n few days this week. H pon mid heir arrived nt tlio home lod ' ' ,Mr' l""1 MrB' 1,Crt Woo,,on on ''"lilrtfl Thursday. , m" llifl ' - Mrs. Itcginald Cinrff of Lchl wns an . -- American Fork tlsltor Wednesday nnd KM Thurrfay. id, t.iW R'rB FOR SALK160 acres of land, with V buildings, and good water rights, e lj B J17.50 per acre. Cash or. ...

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 May 1914

AMERICAN' PORK CITIZEN, flATimDAV, MAY 9, 1014. iiiiwm ntmummt- i I All Places of Business Closed Weds, at 12 NoonDuringMyne' Mj, Aug. Do Your Shopping; Earl? Wed. Morgtf The Lehi Department fg H '-"' ' ' ' ' !-. I., . m Big Celebration . I - Planned For May 1 6 HB Four Hundred Salt Lakers l'lmi Com. B Jug to Lchl fur llimlmll (J nine, HH Wrotllng Match nml MM Craud Hall. HH ,, A committee consisting of Messrs HH Jiucklo nml Urlever, representing, the H Ulnli Klcctrlcnl Club, was in Lehi thin Hw week making nnnngcnients with tin. H Lchl Commercial Club to hold u Joint HH celebration hero odd week from to- HJB day, Saturday, Mny 10 H Is planned HH for the electrical club with their whoa HHjl and BwcctlicartB to coino down on spc- Hn clal trains at 1:30 lu the afternoon HJ9 and have a big bnacball game in the HR - City Park between the Halt Lnko Klcc- HH! trlcal team and the Lehi leaguo nine, HH Supper will be provided at (J o'clock, H0M after which It in proposed to have a Hjfn wrest...

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. — 9 May 1914

- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY . 1314 ' i'l ' inLehi Locals and Personals M le4 alfalfa hnynt People's Co-op ' Prestwlch cnme down from 'fi thl. eek. He will re- ,K- W famlly '" " V "' "B t E "oiirn of Codnr Fort Jlihl lt wc('k for R buBl KtriP- Lmer togfieryj'Toplo's Co-op. j 1,1,1 Edwards last week roinoved Ktiir Tlnllc' whcro ' w,n B j, clulToT tho Fourth Ward Kbe guests or Miss Mnry. Fox nt .lton Mondny evening. L) alfalfa hay at People's Co-op Km Alice T.iylor Bpcnl tho week 'Kiting friends In Salt Lake City. ';., Vcma Coiner delightfully cn I Inrd dozen young lady frlendu H Kensington Wednesday evening. Kt refreshments wcro nerved. I,, Hot Dlafit ItiiiiRCH arc heU :joor neighbor or Peoplc'w Co-op. B deputy sheriff came over In an 'Hi from Provo on Tuesday and look It OoMea back to Provo. Mr. tn ws a witness In n murder Horace rate on coal. Ask 1'eoplo'H 'Hoik 91 'iu Martlih Taylor entertained tin . Club of joutiK ladies at n'HOwiw; Hitlicr nan-als' homo Mondny ovo- Hte ...

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. — 9 May 1914

" AMEH1CAN HK UT1 SATl'ftDA V,, MAY 0, 114 & - 1 Js Ijlri Hills Reserved ''f For Military Purposes u iu 1'rcsldejoMVIIi.pn. Issues,Order WJIh- BK droning 18,70(1 Acres of Nearby H -Lnnd mid Will Establish lllg H9 ' C MnnriMcrliiK Grounds. B f ,' Actllig on the executive order or MN-ji' President Woodrow Wilson, the Unlt HI . , cd Stntrs land omce on Tuesday for PJ , molly withdrew 18,700 acres of gov K , ', ernracut lnnd Immediately west of lp,' Jordan Narrows for a military rcser pl vatlon and maneuver ground for the pi ' Utah National Guard. The order Is SL-F the- result of a recommendation of E. W'' A'Wcdgwood, adjutant gcncrnl of Pfcrt ' p Uttili.to the war department at Wash IMsp , , IBgton last month. L & l '.'Gctternl Wedgwood says that the i , ground Is Ideal for maneuvers In that & If Is rugged, presenting tho kind of M,t1 UJpogrnnliy which troops might en gK' Qountcr In actual wnrfare. It has S' , numerous camping places, sufficiently if' ' large to nccommoduto...

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. — 9 May 1914

' - - . WIIIUVW F0I1K OIT12KN, SATURDAY, MAY 9, mt M? .)' 1 All. Places or business Closed Weds it 19 Mr. n a t " r 7 - , ,. ., " .-. hp ' 1 L-- 12 Noon During May, June, July, Aug. Do Your Shopping Early Wed, Mornings j 1 P'easant Grove Department" 11 jl Council Proceedings lliMoorUnt Unburst Trammeled --UH) ll It f Knforcca 3Iiij or He ll Krl .Settlement of IB liter (Vc. I Tic city council convened in IIh I Brtwlar session Monday evening, with ! I mayor and Ml the mcinborB In at I iindtncc. I I Mcrs. A. H. Olphi, W. L. Hayes J IJi J 8 lloldawny appeared In bohnU i l? ihc parents' departments of the I'lLdn schools of tho respective f IfirdJ and petitioned for tho attond- ' fC of tho city marshal or u pollcc Kin t' religious incctlngB, to enforce ' Inrfcr to see that children nro oft the Krcct't at tho hour prescribed by. or- Ltuo and to probo Into tho matter lotwlcaud use of Intoxicating liquors, In there Is much need of ncllon along lde lines Indicated. After Bomo dls- "Idiilon th...

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. — 9 May 1914

I 1 AMERICAN FORK UIT12EC SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1914. ..... ----,., ., - $ I American Fork Locals and Personals i 1 J : tflBl Mrs " " llurt Has a Salt Uke rlilJ visitor Friday. 3ffiS W. u' South orth was nt Uhl on HjPf Friday. fl Miss Reba I'arker spent Saturday Pb8Bw and Sundny with friends at I'rovo. Hra Joy photos, 99c per doz., Monday. RfljP The school close next Friday. HBig There will be no closing exercises. Hw A tery successful concert was given HgE by the American Fork Hand boys at HjKE the opera house Monday evening. HJEI& Manager J. L. Firm age of the Qol- flflf den Rule Store was at Hcber City, flflf Sunday and Monday, on business. flBg't Mr. and Mrs. Jack Graham and Mrs. Hlff Strong of I'rovo were guests of .Mr. flfl! and Mrs. Klmcr Strong, Sunday. fllf Mrs. Demont Hansen and babe went Hfljg (o ninghnm the forepart of the week flrcj for a brief visit with friends. flfl Miss Edith Hlndley entertained as flsjn her guest, Sunday, Mr. Merlr Taylor HB9 of I'rovo. flffa Mr. an...

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 May 1914

I AjjPjye. of Business Closed Wcdst 12 Noon Burin, Maf June, J jy, Aug. Do Your ShonnW RlHv Wp, Mnrnin 1 Americanffork Citizen I MuaBK UIEH1CAN FORK CITBiajjfrvn'iiiY, MAY K, u ' '- ;BRD ' M M I For a Glean Town I (.nmlllec for he htnlo l'rhc Soon lo I urganlwil 1-iank .Jordan, Slate Lnecior, ami Mr. .1. M. Klrkhnra, ibilrmnn f State Movement, Visit 'I mi tlijr. ' ihc mowaciit which will end with . . licaii rot's winning nrot prize in J'f'tc.wiuc 'Clean town" contest I i Mtnerlng momentum dally. Grnrt rBuanyit u sensing into tho minus 01 'loepwpio ttliiil It would menu to thla "Mm W w mncitlscd aa tho cleanest fBiityiff the statu, in u few duya the -uiic improvement league will take 'mcitauiatnc In the movement, but It ,H km Tctiuiro mo co-oporntlon of every :Httr(iUitaiioii and socloty in the cits, :Hiosciui'r ivitli the backing of uie city iBlo.crnraciit, but it will bo worth many 'Humes the price. H luctuHy, t-1 auk Jordan, the atnte In- Httcur tor tne staio board of hpalth, wui ...

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 May 1914

W AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATtmnAY. MAY 1C, 1014 ,, JL-jT-J r 1 9 JUI linn. i-mU t ii in ! i mi MM AJtEUIL'AN FORK CITIZEN fit A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT lil; PUBLICATION 6 1 1 Sl'llSCRlPTION Elm , Oue Year $1.60 RIB J. bU Mouth ........... 90c Rlt Entered a Second-Class Matter At ujf fostofllce at American Fork, Utah. Ms! j, Ml. : OMmi OppoIU) Tabernacle. Phone 85 S ! W. ROBS Editor k " L. W. UAISFORD . Mauager Rr ,j PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS Bi ' Joy pliotus, tiflo per doz., Monday. I 1 . Mrs. Hannah Croxford, who has Hj , I been In tVcrnnl spending tho winter H . with her" son, returned homo this HI- ' j s weok. I , ' The Monarch Steel Range IcadB m j . them all and uses loan coal to do the II i s.wio work. Sold at Chlpmun's. lfi-lt pi i . W ' Mr. and Mrs. E. E. llcnrold nnd Hr Mrs, Nettle Thomo were Pleasant i" Orovo visitors or a few hours Mon- I , day. Iff- Jjj: You ought to hoc tlioso lovely, clean- m, I ly, cool refrigerators nt Chlpman's M , Look at their display In show win- m i ...

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 May 1914

W iii i AMRtllCAN F6nK b!TIZF!NT'ATimt)AY, MAY 10, 1914 , Uj jjtIAN TOEK LOCALS H' .one is busy npwadays. There I KBiIo bo workjornll. Hoy photos, 9Scpr doz., Monday. B . rn j, A. Forbes of Alpine J K'Afflcricnn Fork visitors Wcdncs- Mr- f . ,-od Mr. Roy- Steele spent a Kin of Uls week vlaltlnf friends S IKd relatives In Salt Lake City. Hun J B P,etcr Returned home IKusday from Prove, where she ITCVcn visiting for some time. 1-HnR 8ALEK' acreB ot ,aB'' w,tn pKrildlngs. W K001 water r,ht"' EKtSO per acre. Cash or trade, easy VmJKmtniB Write Geo. D. Charller, -mSr. Maho. 2Mt sssfl.HIJr 0i Mlddlcton of Salt Lake in iBllr spent Tuesday hero In consulta ng M1 w,,h the local doctors. iHiumUI train leaTe latcnirfcaB it Kit 8M tonight for big aee at BTIC IKU 1?lt AND gtevcn wcods of Eureka Is here itltlng with h'ls family for a few flpmJIEtji. H toy photos, 99c per dox., Monday. ctroulH f t drop I A) the kiddles seem to be happy In ilrkibWit of the v$Uon wh,ch W,U 'eommence this wett. I M o...

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 May 1914

- - V - . .H( AMHMCAN P6niC CITIZEN' 8ATWDAV. MAY 1C, lM . ), y .B1! AH Places of Business Closed Weds. -uNoon During May, JunJuly, Aug. Do Your Shopping Early-Wed. Mojlei L The Lehnepartment :; p lev- ,, - . - ZZZ"--. H ...innHi' j ' That Military Reserve BBff- 1'rlvnlc IIuIiIIiik .Vol lo He Interfered Wm - With. J5T The government withdrawal of the tL '-. 18,700 ncres of lnnd nenr l.ehl for R ' riitlltiiry nnd target prnctlco puriioBcs, . ' reported In our Inst Ibhup, has caused J f' i coiiflldornblo liferent nnd dlscuHHlan, tjt - iifl nbout 10,009 ncres embraced hi th v'.tJ, order 'lire owned by l.ehl people, , tP- Inquiry linn been initdu of Adjutant ,"9 J (lenoral WcdRowood iih to whnt the J government Intended doing with tin fi i tnietn owned within the reserve. Ilr, J' . f v mild tlmt the lutifln ariiirnl bcloiiKi'd jit " the people mid thnL lit prexeut thr Mt ' government luul no Intention of buying Mi - ,' them out, but would piiHslhly make nr- V riiiigdtni'iitD for tho hu ...

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