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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 May 1914

m UN lgn JMItl""Tnr"""v'Y . VMiniCA.V Fork flTlKttNV SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1M4 ' rM mehi Locals and Personals I Virion Cutlrr spent Monday In m-j,m 0Hrill,cr w"f,ct,k- '. y Brrlvoa nt tho home of Of JJ j,r8. Charles Darling, Sntiir- M-p rale o!i7o7l. A"k "jJJ , inl0irHnrVllllam Trlnnl- erc tcrurl)pn passengers for fluke Saturday. OSe'BTcn SCtT720 ladles' spring Vit CMP"""1" for 10, B.e prcstwlcli came down from KTfilli Tuedy for R '0W cl"yB' KVllb Uhl friends. :L (jcorgc Webb went lo Salt Ukc if far-Hi wlwro BllC Will VlBlt cB'ittaUTes for n few days. ' Oy Lrf ilfalfa Imy at I'coplo's Co-op. L gabey of Fairfield has pur E tic T. A. Taylor homo on Hast Kitrcet and moved his family EH.. dMlgiis l wall paper and lln lEm, g large ahlpment, nt Chip- Au Clara Hone gave h missionary EKitthe Third Ward, meeting Sun llercnlng mid Miss Lucllo Rogers i H( several road In rb. ii IH '' IB,! (hat graduation bound now; imtitt cent dlacount nt PcoptoV I'BoT 1Gn I flr,and Mrs. C. F. Gilbert left Wcd- dE...

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 May 1914

l AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY lC, 1014 . ' " ".Tr. n -i1 ' "ff , v A Farm Demonstrator i For Utah County i t, '; , ( ' People of This Count .Should Oct ;' " lluj nml .Secure Part of Slate 5 ' " ami .Vnllnual Appropriations . l ; for This Purpose. , .f ; ., , fj - Dr. Hobcrt J. Evnns enme Iji from ', Millard county Thursday for a brief I f" vlnlt with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .; I ' A. J. Evnns. f Dr. Evnns Is In charge of nil the " i , county and district farm demonatra- '. H. tors 'n L'tnh. He Is working under ' ' ( '. the Joint supervision of the general f, ; nml stnto governments, tho U. S. , Agricultural Department nnd tho State ' , , '" Agricultural College, U- 1 . An appropriation of several thou- l'i sand dollars has been made by con- . i Kress and a like amount by tho state &' of Utah to pay for the employment B ; of agrlculturnl experts to work among $ , ', the farmers lit the several counties. " I ? The .counties In, which tho work Is f done 'must help to meet...

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 May 1914

" ' AMRniCAN- FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1014 Mt jf,aot Basins Closed Weds. ai 12 Nop, Durii,, May. J.ne. July! Aut D Yw g, ; Er"lv Wed. Morning 1 If Pleasant Grove Department Ki Young Lady flipiris Without Warning I, EBinit t'nrlsou IHes of Heart rIIro Wcdnendiijr Fiinewl , IIcM Frldnr. " bruiB pleasant Orovo wn shocked Wed l. ,g the news nprend rnpldly, 'tafjBTjnjj Emma Carlson hntl passed K. from heart falluro whllo mnking -Mlbrcakfast flro In tlio kltchou stove. ' iathcr called to toll her tlmt It tt 6-15 and received tlio reply: Wnrlftht, father, I mn dressing." Ilut B momenta Inter ho heard her i and rushing to tho kitchen found -h,unc proJtrnto on tho floor. Ab Y fly her up In his arms she HLneil "Oh! Oh!" and In lens than mSnut'e had pnBsed awny. -.i doctor wns summoned and pro 'Hwnced death duo to heart fnlluro, rcUblr appoplcxy of tho cart. Huii Carlson wbb a robust healthy Mj 0f 21 years of age, nnd wbb one let, Hf the last whom one would think of iHrfE overtaken by d...

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 May 1914

' J AM-MGAtt POUK rnW, jUTVmUV, MY 10, 1914 .-,.... .,- B I . i s smswsss ' " k i . "" ' J "l American Fork Locals and Pergonals) 1A May lly uuiy hao n million des cendants by August or Soptombcr. Swnt the fl, mill do It early. Air. T. S. Uronduont made n busi ness trip to Suit Lnko Monday In the Interest of tho Chlpmnn Merc. Co. Miss Millie Itoblnson and Mr. C. E. ,Hlfo spent Saturday mid Sunday In Sult Lake City. Miss Lvllii) t-uglo spent Monday 'and Tuesday IsttiiiK with her sister, ( .Mrs. Uert Timpson, In Salt l.nke. Tungo, tango, everything tongo. For r'a few days longer "Joo's Place" will Bell thoso delicious Tango Kisses, with the raspberry centers, nt 20c per lb. Try n pound and bo n "Como Unck." Miss' Her' tin Ilnssett and Mr. Mark Foote were Salt Lake City lnltnrs Sunday Mrs, .1. It.' Murdock of Provo spent Monday nnd Tuesday here visiting , her daughter, Mrs. 1.. K. Ilcurold. ' Mr. J. II- Storrs and Mr. John W. Chlpman autoed to Salt l.nko Tucs J'day In Mr. Chlpman's car...

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 May 1914

i.i '' I AME1..0AN MK 01T.ZEN 8AWAV. V . U . n- - I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN -Jf V A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT I PUBLICATION i'vt ' SUBSCRIPTION , On Year $LGU D tx Monthi 90c ft Entered a Second-Class Mutter at gj Poatofnue nt Atnorlcnn Fork, Utah. Oflcoi Opposite Tabernacle. Phono 85 " i' S. W. ROSS Editor jt L. W. OA1SFORD Manoger tj PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS .. I Mrs. Lucy Furrow mid babe of Salt i'; Lako aro visiting with he parents, ii Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. F. Ilcrrou. W .MIbs Opnl Wndley spent Inst week ji In Bait Lnko, tho guest of Mrs Arthur l U Donn. 4 f Mr. nnd Mm. Hon Hnlllilny of Amur. r Irnn Fork Hpcnt Sunday tho guests of 1 J Mr. nnd Mm. Ed Wndioy. ,i . , MIrb Sadie Mills spent Sunday In I Salt Lnko City, the Burnt of Mr. nnd i Mrs. Tyc. i During watering tliuo don't use old ' shoes and bring on rheumatism, but T " buy your rubbor boots from Chlpmnn's r J nnd savo tho nchrs nnd pains. 23-lt t V . Mr. nnd Mrs. A. It. Ovcrlado will $ start for Chicago Friday, whero Mr. ,i Ovorlado wil...

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. — 23 May 1914

f Amerjcarrlork Citizen HiM 0U X"' AMKIUCAN FORK CllH SATl'l'DAY, .MAY .' inn " ','B B KL number c n lrg Ipfjsperily Strikes J Ameficanjork Canyon le"B t '" l",l,r'"nt- Strike .Nmle in iter Stnto .Mine nnd Strikes In I Old Miller nml Diitchmnn I w Mine Holding Out Well. A most Important strlko wiib ninilu this week In tho Uny Stato mine In . crlcairFork canyon. Ab tho iicwb il l I fwdually leaked out sovcrnl dlftoront - I Prtl from b0,h Amor,cnM Fork nni1 I Provo mndo hurried trips up to tho alor. I mine to check up on' tho rumors nnd I to Incidentally pick up at bargain H prices any Btock Unit might ho flontlng !( iround. H The strike is u four-foot vein of S carbonate oro in tho llmo evidently ". running high In lend nnd silver. Tho 'mU lead spenks for itself nnd tho yellow MM thlorldo would indlcnto big vnlucs In ,!t M ,nTcr. A rougli cstlmnto would place ifdj a (llC vaUCB nt from $75 to $100 per mW ton The utrlko wan mado in u winze H tank in tho tunnel nbout liny feel B from it...

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. — 23 May 1914

te.. bB - - - - . - mvj?? L00ALS 1 1 (write Startup of Provo was tho I of Mr8, 8fld, N0"17, Mo,ula'' I I Sdlc Henry returned from I Ml , Monday nftcr a short visit. e II r,rn BoW and 1''rln ",K,0r mnd " 18 iir Hd M- A' Wh,'P,c movcd I I into the Kc,ly homo ,n th F'rHt Wnnl " B this wok. I I Grace Hwrratt. was a Lehl vlHllor t fl w strrfl Hnd Dlck n"0,,nrd wprc Bailors hero Sunday. I Beatrice Uray of Pleasant Orovo Hide a business trip hero Friday. ' r and Mrs. U. oB and Mr. F c. 8ams of Salt I.nko were hero I Thursday In the Intercuts of tho Gol- )0 I H Rule- 8 Mrs. A. Chrlstcnscn entertained "-- 8 stout 'twenty-five children Thursdny c u.4 '8 in hon' f Scott's blrthdBy "$Mf -8 R Ii'Bcrsoll and wife of Eureka H, ' irc jpendlng n few days In thin city. first mcr. lrl Hoblnson came homo from the t fl ltlKp herd Monday for a few days' Clllc, fl tlIL less? Bfl ' 16-tr fl Misses I.lza Hlndlcy and Joslo I Cretnwood left Monday for an extend- '5-M B rf ,lay "l chlcnB ftnd otncr caH,crn 1 6...

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. — 23 May 1914

wi""""" -"- " " " H tj . - AMERICAN FORK CI ATimDAY. MAY 23, 1914 . , - - - I The Lehi Department g I New Secretary For Utah Development League I.flif .Han Succeeds It. T. TliurJjer as Working H'il ' Slnlf Huosieri' Orjriiiilialloii. JnmcB M. KIrklinm, (i mcmbur of tlio governing board of tlio Utah De velopment League, wnB this week mado sccrelnry of that organization, succeeding Mr. It. T Thurber, whose resignation wn submitted nt n bonrd meeting held In llm Salt Lake Com mercial Club tahl Satin day. Lack of funds to pay the salary demanded by Mr. Thurber and the other expenses Incidental to a state-wide boosters' program was responsible for the change. Mr. Klrkham will divide his .lames M. Klrkham. time and services between tho de velopment lenguo nnd operating tho Utah Farmer. By this policy of re trenchment tho loagtio will hnvo iim plo funds with which to carry on Its . Tho Utah Development League, of which Charles It. Ma boy of Bountiful Is president, Is an organization com po...

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. — 23 May 1914

it ;Tf "" ' , AMBniQAX PORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1914 ' lim I Lehi Locals and Personals Lnf SmltH of Sprlngvlllo spent S week vlsltlnB wf,h ,llB ,nthcr .JS Smith. 2 . pool Porous Knit Under Suits Jw wd men nt Chlpmnn's. 23-lt nt cement foundation wm put In I , . for tlia now homo of .Tolin K jrc noBd- homo of A. 11. Iloiia nt hi point of the mountain is Hearing Kooplrtlon. I lira Ruth FltzB'Tald of Draper Hpont L week ft"! wllh hor fntncr' jH,nCR arUnm. I vtr and Mrs- Abo GudmuiiDcu of Krwn PCnt th0 ,aBt wcck vlBltlnB Belli relatives In Lehl. I nt the new things In Ico croum r:cr,t Chlpman'B, 23-lt I Mr, Harry tltuicll came down from K,! Lake City on Sunday to spend Kjdar Hh friends In Lehl. ' The Interurban train killed ii horso 'Hor David Jones Saturday night on K lr,ck ncar tho 8UBnr fnctory Tbf ork of the City Council In MirinK the City Park cleaned up and laced In condition Is to bo commend- )rs. Steve Adams gavo u Bhowcr at Hrr home Tuesday evening In honor Hf Ml" Sylvia...

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. — 23 May 1914

t iSSaSsssSfSfpsjsjMSiSisSlliw. ,i.r i!H ' mfr ,iwitiiwftti - ,-i ,- "BM ' I kJ A.MEU1CAN FORK CITIZEN, SATt'nDAY, MAY 23, lOlJ .l.rmrT'"!-tULLl-i" - - j LEHI LOOALS , Miss I)(rnlcc AiiBtin of Idaho Falls , t I Ij visiting with rclntlvi'H here, em ' drovcl ami building siiml. Sec .1. M W. Chilton, Lchi, Utnh. t( PkwM John F. Jackson became the papa ggSk-'B A Biocliil price of $2 per doz. to i&fl oil graduates ;it .loy's Studio, .Mori- BfcM dQ-v- 23"u BPj ' Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Hinder spent Bjar' ' t Saturdiiy mid Sunday In Mt. PlenBanl Kjrffi ' visiting rolatlvcB. la&'lfl Mrs. M. M. Gaddlc, who Inifl been 111 Hku with nu nttnr.k of gastritis, In reported Hptjfl convalescing. BBa ' MIbs Hazel clonics was hostess ut HHH " sowing hre rIvpii to the S. ti. Club HBflBjK'V.-' Mondny evening nt hor parents' home Hmi , HK9 ' ''MaiiBllolil Snow has tiled on 200 HHI$fl ' noro foot of water fiom Tlckvlllc Rft&fl creek. EgfjR .. Miss Mury Hroadbent entertained Egs'lS the young Indies' ...

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. — 23 May 1914

B f J WBF l, W . " "' AM1CAN FORK niTur.wv liiM'ti mav o ."1 ' 4ll fPLQrovDepartmenr I tmtn. .. I. .. '" iii .., - f ' Jf. II m Day at Geneva " 'pril n 'p"7, Kr EMI" )rfld,! ""dunks J df ,K1 ' 'I""" Mcct " ,ht M.h BKr as Graduation d,,y for Ostofile iaKT grades of tho north end of ,rHU('"1 .BLtr Tho tiny wns celebrated o Co" HkBu on the Ink". Tho weather menBtW could be desired mid tho h' l90 ani Knee was ImincnBO. Tho pro 'LhuildBlltcdof; ft ft&Korw. Ihl Eighth Grade. SA'S iddrefi8aiMt. Alrd. Lin- "l!r,!illIr,l R-Counly Supt. Crccr. ni' KABWtam Fork Rlfshth Grade. 'torwE-RrprcBentallvcj Cedar Fort. IU ' ' Lfcdlon-PlcnBBiit Grove. rtvl'i B trick events wero hotly coll ar ' S,)BBn district carried off the nriinBlbHeball prize, making a scorn ?nK k Bud shutting out their American PmkttB sKnU. American Fork's bad ember g'Srtlr due to Karl Wing nf'Khli thumb jmt out of Joint, r. a Bid the relay rnco won, when ti. alh-vBrjIor, their lBt "' W,,B '" ul? IU Blor his competitor, suddenly...

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. — 23 May 1914

1 - S n American Fork Locals and Personals y It A mass meeting tonight City Hall. EpB ' v. Seymour Orny of lroo wns a vlsl- icB ' tor of tlilR city Sunday. . graB - Junius JnckBuii of l'roo Bpont Sun- mM day nt the homo of Dr. Noyes. mM , .' MI8H May Qnrff gives n shower this H$l ' T i evening nt her home In honor of Miss Hj&jS., Lultay Logic. fflftm' C Mrs. Stephen Willis or Lehl spent Bw'm .Tuesday hore, tho rucbI of Mrs. S. J. EBBt llutchlngs. Mm Mrs. Jenny Wobb und daughter left EPS ' .TUoBday for n ten days' visit with her Bali (( sister, Mrs. Klmn Turner of Dlnghnm. Pf,l . "" In shifting wntor from one shoulder BB$Sf '' to another the Jur sometimes slips BBwlft olid breaks. Bjfl ' Miss Rlnncho Cooper of Logan Is BkB v' spending n few ilnya with her slstei, HkS' i Jl,rH- Mnrtln Nlelson. BBBvl Mr. Weber and Mr. Mulono of Salt Rml.',,' ' lnko City nro visiting lierc for it few B:;r"1 When your light burns out think of BotBN "Joo's l'lnce," tho authorized ngency B&tl , for...

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. — 6 June 1914

WaV 'JlfeSfi ",,,SSasSSSSBBaBBSBBPBBBSBBpMaBBHMB - Lf-" 7--I.. . . if . . . .., ; If jAmengjirBrFgitlzen" I H jflU "ll AMERICAN l-OITaibfi)AY. JU.NB 0, io " "" T 1 : . - Jg".alBiH ' NUMDER 8 -,vU a!Bfyl)oilif Working For I Homo-Coming Week nrccr 0f AyMt Kid-Letter Day In City's Ills "''Mjy gelednlcd for July 2, 1,, lanJ LgVlf Faro Rates to Ho Granted v'sitaM-H AM KIlroad. ret"s r " ppiratlons nro rapidly maturity a UiL'ttit Home-Coming Wock, which 110 8l,,t"Ele to bc tno bls rcrf-,ctt3r ovcnt 1W1, iflFtie'nlilory of American Fork. Old Hurnlto' flk Kttlcrs, who have juoved away, on' MaJTtlitidy beginning to write to homo ' flCgjj telling of thn pleasure of com Etxck onco more towpend a, week Fthe scenes and surroundings of jKir early childhood. Aa tho Jnfor "Etiioa becomes gradually dlsscmt- SiltutkMBtfed imong those who have moved 4Efiy that by coming back they will 1K,re the pleasure of meeting all their l'rlJqE friends, tho spirit of gathering will W&ft hold and turn their- fa...

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. — 6 June 1914

I AMfiMOAN FORK - imDAV. JUNE 0, 114. , ., r- J ' , american fork cit1ze.x a progressive independent publication ' ' SUDSCltll'TlOX . iS One Year $1.G0 flj , blx Month! aOc i J " " V- m " Entered as Second-Class Matter nt 3 E " Poatoulee at American Fork, Utah. r w , .- tf Oftlcej Opposite Tabernacle. 1'hunc 85 yti -- - i - - , . M 8. W. R038 Editor ., m L. W. GAISFORD Manager I J PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS $" '! l ' Mr. Dunnnc Stewart left Wednesday it " for Salt Lake City for tin Jndeflnntu V ' ' period. '; Mlssos Kuby and Marlon CrtiBP - j.,- spent Decorutlou Day In Salt Lnko & , i City. t 1 f t I i lloir limn; boosters' papers do jou J-V fl want to send nwnj I Order now. 6-21 s !; $ , M'B8 1 Clntk is spending n fow -M days tho guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. i' Jj O. rtamshaw of Bait Lnko City. r, M An early Juno wedding will bo Hint f. If of Owen Chrlstlnnson, acting superln- f 3f tondent of Mater works, nnd Miss v ' II . 1'rlscilla Stngg. M- Ifc Excursion to Salt Lake City, Juno 11, m...

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. — 6 June 1914

il h i ! ' 1 ' 'i ' AIKfHCAfJ jrOnK ClTiaW. ATt'RDAY, JU.NH8, 1914 .--'A ,, $'J 1 UtfMOAN PORK LOCALS jjj-t, forget to Inform your friends 1 of. Home Comlntr Week. Mrs. Knowlton Drown returned home I -niccdny fcr spending n few days I here wltli friends. I Messrs. Henry Miller mid Irn Kol- son left Friday for Iduho, wlicro they Will work this summer. Mrs. Jenson, Lyde arid Maggie W Wheeler spent Memorial Day with Mrs. John CrookB. I Ji-VfiClmdayriRht at tho Orient. fcMm always uatlsfylng and grati ngs ' i 6-lt ' V JLW rn Halllduy and Mr. LucIub lndli of SaU Lnko woro t,l K1"5818 kMr. and MrB. Stove Shelley Sunday. flf.Mr VlrgH Groo and daughter Kate Mt'to Salt Lake Saturday, 'tho latter jS fining for an extended visit with flr&tlTes- 21 A baby was born to Mrs. Fon Greene !H Tburiday and was burled tho same SHttj. Mrs. Grceno is still qui to ill. H Mrs. SuBan Turner returned homo j;H Sunday from Salt Lake, whero she Ijgfltt)t to attend tho funeral or her sls- Hter. H Miss Florcnc...

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. — 6 June 1914

s tK H I J AMER16AN FORK CITIN SATUnDAY, JUNE C, 1614. , r. IjB, U 2 ' SgiJMSBWSMMSWMSSSSMaSMSJBWWIMSSWSSSWSMSSSBSSiSSWSiMSSSSSWWM"W"'1 . "isVlssV " I I PAT CLEAN TOWN PRIZE IS WORTH SIQ.OOO TO gg A r The Lehi Department St ' Battle Now On vfs fi ' jpLp i H'sr Hetncen the Hcds nntl (he Hluet K, . ; j lias Ilecn Hcrlnred Victory IIkI J Sure for n Cleaner Town. h, ' ' The- commlttco of tlilr(y-oiio having Wi.N In charge 'Ia-IiI's campaign for a clean- jl'.l er city1, Is going after thu contest In FX i dead earnest, 'fho committee, with f.; j the help of the people, propones to jt, ! I win that prlzo for being the cleanest t',v ' i city In tlio stnto If there Is a possl- y- 'r blllty of doing so. When their work j; ' s Is completod the town will know thnt 2,', it has had a Turkish bath, and It will y j feel "all the better for It, too. A bndgo of honor a button which rends, "A , Cleaner Lehi" will bo given to the ', ' clthens fast ns they hnvo oarncd one. 2 ' ,' They cannot bo bought; ...

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. — 6 June 1914

I V'?m I - ! 1 'i v I If: ' Jtg ' ' AMBaiOAN FORK CITIZEN. SATUltttAV, JUNK c, lyi4. ,, . .. J I I S 1 Lehi Locals and Personals taH -- ' How mini J boosters' papers do jou lwl to send away I Order now. ti-at l "j,r, and Mrs. Heury SorrciiBcn of ' Ipingham spent several dayB the past -week vlsltlne with their Lehl friends. "rl ,r it's In the fishing tncklo lino or u I'lflsh license, Chlpman'8 hayo It. G-lt I I Mrs. I.tzzlo Frazler or Oakloy is vls I Utlng two weeks with her dnughtor, I ftlrs. C. li. Peterson. ILrninnr boosters' papers do jou Ktlo send away? Order how. 6-2t , yt )aii 0f Salt Lake City made a AliK t0 fiis farm on the lake, south f gcbeldcr's ranch, last Sunday. lllss Margaret Thurman, who has .flctn teaching In Mt. Plcnsant the jHj( winter, arrived homo this week. Sfirtitest baseball gane of tho sea a&.Lebl ts. American Fork, at Lehl, Et fffdncsdar, 8s80 F. M. C-lt Mr, and Mrs. David Wuugsgnard Le up from Mt. Pleasant tlio pn'st Ktk and will spend tho summer here....

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. — 6 June 1914

f 1 I. 1 a- v - -T AMERICAN FORK flmMM baWBPAYJ " , Urt LEHI LOOALS ,t J&tlss Alice Tnylor wns tho guest of ! frlcnda In Suit Ulco Cl(y (ho end of i last week. J Leo Ooatcs, who In In tho undcrtnk- 1 lag business In Ogden, Hpcnt the week i "end with Lohl friends. '! ; , . ,.-; MIib Anna Stoddart was (ho guest t of her friend, Miss Ooddnrd, In Ogden, . ; Saturday and Sunday. - 'ti &onn Hortshorn Iiiih erected u new residence on his property west of tho 1 ' k cemetery. ', i I Is Miss Vlrgle Winn entertained the ' v i jH young ladles' sew lug club Wednesday J. venlng at a sewing bee. h ,'fi .. There will be two bands to furnish , !; music tot tho big ball gutno In the city 1 ' . ixtrk next Wcdnesduy. i' , ') (JrTl and bidding Mini. See J. .;' IV. Ckllton, Lekl, Utah. tf i :,' PER CENT-LOANS-8 I'L'R CENT ' '; Mrs. Theodore Ilnteman accompnn- led her daughter Sylvia to the Salt ,; j I.akc Temple Tuesday. . i ..Mrs. Doc Watson spent n part of the l, I week the guest of friends In ...

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. — 6 June 1914

V ' lffllHI L AMERICAS' FOltk 6t'l'J&B.j SATl IIDAV, Jt xB 0 19U , '$' t BM pASANT GROVE FRUIT IS EDGING THIS TOWN WORLD FAME ' '. ' 1 l!l H fflsiUiroeDepartment 11 ilork On Intarurban -I Depots Commenced Branda1fon Completed at Llndon V Men Now nl Work In l'lcnsiiut H. (iroTc I'Pbl (o Follow. I 0. R. Colburn, superintendent for 8 yn Sant, Holt & Co., tho San Frun- Icltco contracting Arm, commenced Bwlth b force of men Thursday on tho H erection of tho station and n gen fa IHllTlcg quarters for tho Salt Lake & 'Utah. Railroad, tho Intprurban line. jH The building will brf G0x32 feet, with fHia additional platform' bIx feet wide Ko three bIcIcb. it wllKcontnln a ticket ifBeCce, a waiting room, a freight nnd Kungo room and thrco living rooms IBor the agent. It will be constructed Katlrely of cement, tho foundations, feEli material. It will bo or a bunga- Hfcli material. It will bo of n bunnga- Kv design and far more attractive 9Ktn the ordinary railroad station. Htno found...

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. — 6 June 1914

U I ' AMERICAN POmt fiirffl BAtUMiAY. JUNti C lM4. , , - taierican Fork Locals and Personals fc r vAp,- - . , . i(S 0 It will now be l'outmuster Ulnrku. M 'Mr. J. II, Clnrko wna n i'rovo visitor S Monduy. Mra. Dr. Stookey of Lehl was a vlsl- U tor hero Tuesday. OTT ,Hs8 Merle Holey hnB nccopted a Of ' -pojTjtlon hi Clilpmau'a store. iff ' Excursion to Snlt Lake, Juno 18, m- San I'edro line. Round trip $1. C-2t ,m Miss Reba Parker has accepted n U' position ns cnBh girl nt tbo Co-op. Mr. JamuB Ornnt spent three days I this week in Halt Lake. Mrs. Jack Rosull of Salt Lake Is ffi! here vfsltlnB with her mother, Mrs. & K. H. Holey. 8 Mr. JDelbert Chlpmnn left last week 1 for Jhe sheep herd, where ho will be I'j a,ll summer. ML m ' Miss Dell Moylo has returned to her p, w home In Mammoth aftor attending p; I, high school hero this winter. I Kor' Instruction on the plnno see off Kroeit I'aimnn, American Pork. C-2t W a f n 1 1 & A .thirteen-pound baby girl arrived j I at the, home ...

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