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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 27 June 1914

e-'-r - .. B 1 iT" B J" ' JLL-1 ' -' , AMBinCAN FORK CITIZEN. BATUnDAY, JUNE 27. 1914 , . ,,. -J JJpl and Personals I ''' .,, Webb spent tltq week mK '" s,,lt ,'"k0 c,ty- Mellon l M'",r ,lr,,Ha K4" ::::::r:jW ,t,c jmkI cek flro liurncd off iBcreaBO of RxlnB luml " tho iBothc Mountain. f . ) fl , Lott bus bud mechanics busy f P A IBwrck erecting " l,orc1' ",ul V jHMtcbcn I)" il8 homn llCftL B, rour bunting. trimming, lings 4tft motion jmpcr "I Ohlmnii's. foil Hi Clara Uono has boon spending 'Kiit two ccks v,Bl""B friends In '' Vukc city. 'JE Of SfBnilJm Kord, mi old-time resident, VE pto ""IBM ending n week visiting Ills RE. 'HfrltndH, n-Uirnoil lo Codnr City Mm. ' ,'jjBie an Kastmnn with you on your , a Ktfon Kvcn the children can viph 'B ''rt us supply yo"' pcoi,io'fl 'r, anil Mrs. 0. A. Slndo went to I iJUsi; ,, sK uke City Mondny to attend tho ilka P Bdins of M,sa Irls c,"Ioll nnd J. ifteteral local llrinu nro preparing iMWf (or constructing tho now sldo 'Elc extension. Tho contr...

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. — 27 June 1914

-BkM---i---H--------aw ? I! " V ' " " AFRICAN FOnk CITIZEN SATtmDAV, JUNK 27, 101 ... .,,-, -.m,--, . I !u Robert Ball Dies Wtll'and Strong n W'ock Ago uiiJ In ?,. tended doing on a .MIslon '. y cxt Tucsiln). Ro.bert Unll died nt tho L. D. S. Hos pital Thursdny evening nbout 9 o'clock. Tho announcement of his death Imb caused n great shock to the whdle community, bfcnuso of IiIh proml.icneo In religious affairs n-.il tho high esteem In which ho is held. Sunday ho complained of u bllilous nttnek, which was usual with him. Sunday evening ho ate a hearty sup per -and later ate a lot of cherrlos. Monday ho complained of n stomach uchefi bilt. worked till noon, In tho afternoon he sent for the doctor, who xuKKHHtfd that It might ln p.n attack uf appHiid.icltlH, but us them v.'.irt no spoclul tendenu'S.s on tho right side or rlgldltyCof tho muscles, localizing tho pain, or any unusual temperature.', he stlll.thought that It was only stomach ache. However, Tuesday noon the doctor was sure ...

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. — 27 June 1914

H V' ! ' S-i. H U TM' " ... AMERICAN FORK CrTIEKN. SATURDAY, JUNE 27 19H , Jlj aSANTGROYEFRUIT Ig BRINGING THIS TOWN WORLD 1ME , M Peasant GroveT)epartment 1 ,"p Progresses On &3 a New toning Plant th p'nt Gtefl j(c Inu .Slorlcs High mid Ho '' Ba,,: i'l'MTl0 ' ,lr'(k ,,ml (;"1CI,, 'rt Htirsday workmen commenced pour ' an(, ftiJKcmcnt for llet tjuudiitlou for tho 6ntn ujHcUnliig plant, locul'-l on tho Sail ut 'i K Route. Th size "f tliu build "m a'Eo'bcglnH to snow up Tho fouti- "lat He; tHfen will 1)0 flom tI,r(' t0 four fcct li "ir kATe the ground ni'.d will bo filled In way. tt!rHfttn with dirt Tills will bo Bot- "Alsln jlJHW villi 'tcr l,l,,t ,uo" nnvo ." cc" 1 todr. iIBat floor on top. nceri!uKimaln room oC tho structure will 'HJmiSO foot. Tlio boiler nnd coal foi 'Hfta will he 25xG0 fcct nnd tho load- aieri IJiHpltform on tho went will bo six-" reioMr-B fcct wide nnd tho length of tho 0 4a iLKn building. Tho onico will bo on mihZ TV end of tho platform. Tho foun- zn OJHfooc...

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. — 27 June 1914

H . American fork amm Saturday, june 27, ion , ... , I H American Fork Locals and Personals HBEi " ' ' ' ' ' " WBfiL '-, Jncjc L. Flrmngo was In Uobor on HE? Sunday. Hrajj Mrs. Arnold Drown left today for Efijj Spokane, Wash. Hws Mrs. W. S. Chlpman Iiob been a Snlt HES-i' Lnkovlsltor part of tlio week. Bj gj All Cc pkga. cracker b nil next week wFjfcl only C for 25c nt Chlpmnn's. 27-lt Klli Ml8H Mni 5,nllks Ble,lt Soturday and ' .Sjt) ' Sundny in Halt Lake. Mm ' ' Ml"' 3' u- SecIy went lo Salt Lako "'' Wl Tuesday on business. tin , 1 Ijuff Clyde Chlpman, Ira Nlcholes, Leah t. ''SB Ilussctt and Lillian Drown spent Sun. ? mm. ,'")' '" American Fork cn,,yn- IfjR ; Mrs". Hiibe Howard of Pnyeon Is SjB 'Iitp visiting her motber, Mrs. William il Robinson. jgg Mr . Hnnnah Condor of Pleasant IB 1 Orove was here visiting last Sntur- fn I ,ll,y' i H I . Mrs' Ueorgo'.Oroesbcck of Kenll- n i wortlu'ls spending u few days with lier n 1 slstert Mrs. W. "W. Southworth. ffi f Ml mi Mollndn I'nrker w...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 July 1914

HMBHHBYJBWBaBYBYBBBaBBYBY :B "PJ I 4 1! tym The Citizen, in1 behalf of Am origin t?l- v,,:u hSTZi ' '. ; m , m fi"d the hospilalitogaf ft V jrll" ff Pgftg & ci' Yo iH J 1 'U x w uc cimute.w ffdve a good time--the Keys of the City are yours. Or merjcanjork Citizen J '" ifBi " " " ? "ty1 a W5 " -JJ x"' AMKiiiOAN fori, cmBATuinAY.'ju v i.'tan" ' ' numubr 12 j iHome-Coniing Week J Unprecedented Success ffiBBB 'iSBBB - HjB Big Four-Day Celebration Gathering in Momentum With Each Day'? Progress Official Program and Official H Parade and Lino of March. hbhhbu - H The Grout Homo-Coming Invent is do" I" full swing. Tho clly In more gtllr decorated and Iimh more llfo tlmn IKercr before in Its history. For live H'biocks Mnlu Btrcct Ib h blaze of flags, i bunting, pennants anil banners. Tho 'kilnrsK houses, loo, tried to Houtdo each other In decorating their H places of business. Thoy luivo suo 'cccdcd In uut-elohiK any previous ef BAVAS'fort. It all lniikfH ono think of (lio IH Manll Oras ...

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. — 4 July 1914

? ' 'I I I I - ' AMfflllCAH FORK CITIZEN aATgggtJLY 4, lM4. ,,, , , , nrr-r,r-n - J m AMERICAN" VOttK CiTIZKX ft A PROQRHSS1VK INDEPENDENT & PUBLICATION Rf, SUUSCKIPTION MM One Year $1,60 K Ulx Months ..t 90c HwH ' x Kntorcd. an Sccond-Clasa Matter at Bjy, l'ostofflce at American Fork, Utah. Bflfc i , OMei Oppilte Tabernacle. Phone 85 HuT! - MM L. W. OA1SFOHU Mancr Jki S. W. ROSS Editor m Saratoga Springs; II tho Coming Resort R Yesterday tho management of the 91$ Saratoga Springs) telephoned tho Joy- ttf mi news LlniL today an electric bund Mri would arrive In Lehl and bu taken to B(M ' tho Buratoga Springs) Resort. It M Bpfc composed of eighteen pieces and Is Kjf similar to those that may bu found at Hf$sf , Coney Island and other summer wat- Kkk - erlng places. It will not only supply Bw. music for thu groundH but peoplo who BurL uuslro to practice tho lato new dances EjEs I11U' do so In tlio pavilion where tho JftfV now Instrument will supply music for Bf,i' this purpose day...

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. — 4 July 1914

PHfe m Refused Licenses "" JT&I 'went t'lB'"iCS l'1-00'1' Aifiilnut ('runt- JEjEaJ WW H'tft; Sunl on I'uWiig WnrrcntH. 9(jUJjHk J H Tbe city council mot III regular scs , "!?4? J B,j Saturday evening, Mayor and all Stl fltte memberH being present. Alum ktoMilH Bcrfciiooa and CIHTonl Young of tlio MHH iiomr ComltiR Committed naked that l- itl tbeClty Hall lawns boused for meet- R 13 fl r? fllt,-, t',i:" durl"B ,ho l,om" t,0ln,"S 1 week. The petition was granted. They y.Qj3Ujl l!w asked that other asslBtanco bo Q tt) J'r, BTcn. Tho council voted to supply fJE&SV&J- Mm tie committee with tho Bllver baud C&SltlC-J H for July 2, 3 and 4 without charge. WUHmfT ". CJillmaii and UllfToril Young, SWMflFx reprcscntliiK tho Parents' ClasscB of SW55Jfl IH tbo four wards, asked that licenses mMttBkfil bo withheld from tho drug stores bc- ixW ciu6 of their porinlttlng tho sale or 525f-05 f H jjnaor behind proscription cases. Tho 1Sg5- ! Mtiemcii could not supply any dl- .x IH rect...

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. — 4 July 1914

.Jill' "" " AMERlCN.FOtlK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. ' , , , ' jl -r THAT CLeTk"T0WK PRIZE IS WORTH 810,000" TO lEjPl I The Lehi Department j H I i i i ' - I Tomorrow The Day I ' A Diij of Alutlu, Programs, Spurts, H I llascboll and Wrestling To i!inl With (Iriuid lUsploj of mwkm Fireworks jjB Tlio Fourth of July committee an HS nuiincen (linl all Is In readiness for Bj the big Fourth of July celebration to- 9H morrow, Our paper hns come out W ouo day eurller than usunl, so. that HKli wu cuu tell all ubout It. Tho pro- HBj gram will be about us announced In IBll our last IsBue. There will bu the Hi ualutlug of cannon, raising of "Old Hi Ulory," uoronudlng by the bauds mid Mil the program In the TabernocJo In the Hf'i morning. SH Tho program will take place fflfl' promptly at 11 o'clock. 11 will not bu Stf u long one, as tho day will bu hot. M ! Tho program will bo full of patriot- Mf j Ism, music, readings and soiitltncnts, w Intended to entertain and Instruct. W ' ) Tho greate...

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. — 4 July 1914

3!HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHbYVHHHHHHHHHHHH " SShhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh 'HHj """JBHhHHHHsBhhhHHHHHHHHHHh ' hhT ! '5Si ., AMERICAN FORK CWIZBATUnDAY, JU.,Y 4, mi. . M tfffLehi Locals and Personals I MT R Darling wns u Sn,t Lal0 J!, early lii thojveek. 'I,. . -croon doora at People's Co-op.11 umbcr of Hi" Lehl KJks attended ---lHr ii- j, ji, o, i oxciirslou ill the SiRoon Tuesday. - "! i-Aii will llml everything In mur- tn """"" (1 nJic that you wniit, and the' kind """" .'Hilr V. W Clark rulurnud Friday in hii 'L cck,B vl8,t wlt" fr,0!",B "",1 UUy' diUtr lii l'rnvo-UOi- I H jir.lhibenkliiB nnd chlldron return- FBedfrom Hcyburn, Idaho, Monday. Her lHb(lllh wns not good In Idaho. Ill latest crop" nightgowns, Just In, at I' people's Co-op. 1-H IrPfl )r, tieo. Slats, formerly MIcb Nellie ''BbooIio'"' of SnIt I"ukc Utty' E',cnt Ul" I ' ,cok rinl tho gucsl or Mr. nnd Mrs. I jamM Peterson. 'Pom I .'I If you Ilv...

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. — 4 July 1914

i bbB II tl ... Ift ' AMfaftlCAN FOftk tilt IZBN. fT"ftt)AY. JULY 4, 1914. , -, r-, , ,- .-,, , '"T If -mo;LEHI .LOCALS T& r Iffl uloduclloii in summer dress goods nt Egf I'jjpplo'H Co-oi). I-H Ha g'uesdny u Imby boy wub liorn to Heft-" fp. ''Vim Oollogo nt Lehl Junction HI ' &tr. nnd .Mrs Arer Winn of L'urekn mm i . nro I" Lohl vJirflliiK relatives nnd H ' spending tho fourth. Hi.' $ K Ml. nnd Mih Alfred .lint of Nophl HEL Hpdiil tho week end visiting with .Mr. WB nnd Mrs Nil Hutcholor, Wm JMloolile Irons, electric washing inn- B h ( idilnofl nnd nil electric appliances nt M r lople'a po-op, 4-1 1 Ml k'Dr nnd Mrs. Holbrook mndo nn JU 1 nfltoi trip Wednesday nnd spent tlio In I l:j with f i lends In Davis county. vHI ' NuB '1' lU"' Wn, 1''011 '1',1-v'01' "f Sugar ' Clt nrllyed In l.ehl Tuesday for a t$iB "1" tln'' vls,t w'lu ro'nthes. Ill ' ' InS " '',' '""'ol4 WIIboii piesented hor 1PS husband with a ton nnd n Imlf pound k k9 1"0 1 (i t Tlmrsdny. '(Bji Hurokn oru. ni tho ho...

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. — 4 July 1914

1 vcis gP5-- i jMi AMERICAN FORK 6t.l8.IN SATfnbAY, JUI.Y 4 I4li flf g.:!ANTSEFgUIT Is"-g-lHr TOWN WORLD FAME 1 8Hjl5ant Grove Department I """""; - Hformfr I'lfflMtnt drum I'lll.en, Well T NOrinn ! Known Here, Jlcs of llloml u. Poisoning. '',J (rg. Carrln NIcIhoii, wife of N. K. il Uw He ,"' Xlelwn, prlnclpnl of tlio Springvlllo Icu'd000""' rf ilh scll01, ,llc1 Snturdny '"ornliiK ,0Verj "" 2W t 11:3 0'clock of ,)l0011 Poisoning. 1 t Hie8?0"111 ;H Sbe " born Mny 10, 1875, nt Plcn iIJows; QtW-ill nt Grove, nnd wan tho daughter of '. H jr, and Mrs. Joppo Nlolson. Slio linil ' ' .jn68, H bwn I,romlncnt ,n c'""c,l '"1(l educn- 833 " B.tlonal circles mid wan president of 1667 ill ;H the Alpha Uctu club. Slio lit Hiirvlvcd 0W J b- Uirco chlldron and tlio fallowing 667 J' '- Uireo 8,stcr8: MrH' No,HO" ot I'rovo, J 000 , f5 H Mrs. E. H. Robertson or Mmitl and 6000 5to I Mr. i W. Tliorno ot Pleasant. Orovo, ion" lOfl ' nd a ,,rotllcr' Swo" NIcIhoii ot Plon- 60o lif ' sallt(Jrou'- 4000 i " ' ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 July 1914

ff" BJ V- I 1: -v AMERICAN- FC-ftK mTlgft) SATURDAY. JULY 4, lfrlJ. -- .... M BW . . . "' " ' ' - Z ?wJ-. t BBH m " '. ' ' i ' ' ? w .. I American Fork Locals and Personals H Attornoy J. Trncey Wootton wos H attending court nt I'rovo Monilny. H Earl RobtiiBon Ictt for ui extended HI'-'"' stay at tlio sheep herd Monday. H Jumna Parker was a Proo visitor H Sunday. H ;' Mrs. Sam Kelly of llingham is here, H visiting her mother, Mrs. John Deck. HI Mrs. Alonzo Ikmnn of Tooele Is M here visiting n few days. Bh 1 mB 1 Lehl people, If you can not find what jflflfc' you want In Lehl, you can get It at jflB Olilpmnu's Dig Ked Store. 4-1 1 BB .Mr. liny Hoover of I'rovo was a H guest or MIhh i:IIzp Hlndlev Sunday IBB and Monday. jmBJ Miss Laprlel llobliiBon of Hinckley, iRBJ Utah, Is here visiting at the home of 9BB .Mr. nnd MrB. V. K. Robinson. H .Messrs .Marlon Robinson and Durn gjBB Harrington motored to I'rovo Sunday BBJ nnd'spept the day. fBjH James Chlpman, Jr., spent thu fore IMU part of...

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. — 11 July 1914

HI t31 merjcanfork Citizen X, -? . AMERICAN FOUR pfc.N 8TIHIMY. ,11 I Y t. ,,. " : J HOME-COMING WEEK M A GRAND SUCCESS oi?'r fi1 'fl It Was 0nc th0 Greatcsfc Successes of Anything Ever Un ' taken by American Fork Evervbodv qnn0ni m Thousand People Witness the Parade , SfiCd Ten '"o or , -WM The hlg Homo-ComliiR Is over. It ro'iRly ' was ono of the greatest successes of hi 1 nnytlilnB vcr undertnkoii by Amori- VJ can Fork, ami everybody Is happy. ' M Probably no other homo coming ever Sf pultctl off by any otlior city was a HV greater success. Apparently every oV,'ock, Ha former resident who could got away 0 0l,r Proitr 'MH camu l)il(;k t0 ronow ol(1 ncciualntoncos 'lvp I11" IB al C"J' tl10 festivities. Thoy were 0relB hero from all the- western states and a some from Canada. Probably ono 3H thousand, ontltlcd to homo comers .'Hi badges, were here. A record wns M kept by the committee at hendquurt- 1 , ,H crs, In which the home comers Blgned SlDETg H thelr "limc8' ,llcl1' I'rcKciit ...

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. — 11 July 1914

i XL r Bis1 Hfc AMERICAN FORK I List Of Home-Comers Names of Seven Hundred and Sixty-eight Who Came Home for the Biff Pour-Day Celebration. From point of attendance the Ilomc-Coiulni; oxcoeded tho moBt sangulnu expectations of every one. Seven hundred nnd nlxty-oleht former residents registered ut liendiiiiartors. I'ndoulitcdly there were enough others who were entitled to register to bring tho total up to over 1,000. So many have sent In locals telling of visit ing friends that wo publish tho complete list. Our read ers will be Interested In reading (lie names of former residents and where they now live. Many only legls lored tho heads of the family and Indicated the number 1. Mrs. A. .1. IIouith, Jr., Nepl.l, Utah; 1007. 1. Mrs. Uert Tlinpson, Salt Lnko City; 1913. 1. Mrs. John Dinks, Salt Lake City; Uio7. 6.- -Mrs. O. It. SliWton, Salt Lake City; l&'.is . Mrs. .1. A. Wright, lllngham; 1307. 1. I.eu ltouruc, I.ehl; lt13. J. .Mrs. l-oii llournc, i.ehl; lyia. 1. Mrs. Ada Steele-...

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. — 11 July 1914

'I ilfjye Complaints For '"' ... I Sale of Liquor I Oillclnl' of lu" (JranUo Club Un. ' I dcr Arrest for Selling Mquor .Un- ; giBcOffwc. S3 ! Thcodoro Nicholcs wna artcstcit on Thursday, charged with selling two I .lasses of lngor beer to George- Wnn- I lass of he."' nd Jonn CryBtl11 of A,- ' erican Fork on July 4. Ho wns tnken before Judgo Nlclson niid after cntcr- ' log a pica of "not guilty" wns released H under $500 bonds. The caso has not I been set for hearing It appears that 12 'H wanlnsR was In tho Granite Club jH jrinkliig with Crystal and othorB and was later arrested for Intoxication. ' l9l il Hatbcr than go to jail ho told the ffl officers wliero ho got tlio boozo. 'I Tho evening before Lawrence John- H ton of Iclil and Owen' Hanson, a for- H merofnclal of tho Granite Club, were ; arrested, charged with having sold liquor to Charles M, Clawson and P. 'H S I'yno on April 28, 1014. It nppcara 'H that I'yno and Clawson camo to Kohl, 1910 'H posing as drummers, and used John...

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. — 11 July 1914

- H 4$ AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 8ATUKPAV. JULY . . .M I The Lehi Department p I Independence Day m Dampened By Rain HHI d'tioit l'l-ngnim nml Fine Sports (lltcn WCi I hut Interfered Willi on Account of w (lie KoMnponr. wl July Itli wits appropriately cclubrnt ,488 oil In l.elil, though the rnln In the nj morning and evening cluinpeiinl the I5II itiitliliHliiHm Homowhnt. The bund hit- j'HB uiiailctl tho city, coiiiiut'iioliii; ut sun 4fH r'8e" At 'uVon o'clock, tho program i tl'Hft us outlined In our last Issue, waa glv- " mWi c" t0 "" nIIrcclntlvo audience In tho ' laYXl tnbornocle. i&Sli '" ""' n"cnl00H ""-' H,,M enmo out Hl BK nm' ,l "'"' "" r sports ludtilgod In uBB "t tlio City I'urk. Tho children en- i "m Joyed the dance In thu pavilion, the . ; '3ffi climbing of tho greasy pole, tho races j t jM and other contests. Tlio bull game be- ' i IB tw con Lclil and American Fork was ' '' iSi marred with n downpour of rain ll IS) which stopped tho gamo at tho begin H'tf? Bcoro on both...

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. — 11 July 1914

55 AMERICAN frORk CITIZEN, SATl'IllMY, JULY 11 lau . lil' LdiiLocals and Personals I , . . i ' i Mrs H F' AilnmB spent tho BjJillH Wcmlsln Provo. W' on children's wnlli stilts rles Co-op. "- ' r ola88 Tumblers at Clilpmun'H ft fW ' k 6 fr llic. Kour truliiH a' Brnrtan eachjvay ovory lny. 'u.Ednii Rolf spent Suturdiiy nml -Ktf in 'nVml' "",,, vlBltl"K W,U ,dMrs. Io Unnsoii. i! ,..- Hazel Seliolncr of Oregon Is lUlllnB I" l'cl,l thc BU08t of Mr Mm J W.CHton. hlldrcn's wnsh suits oiio-luilf prlco y Veople Coop. H-lt ,'rs Krcil Meirll wo n't to Salt. Luko I Bir t'tliai' '" S1'('utl Ii'dcpendenco I rhasc & Sanborn's Seal llrantl Cor I i Supremo satisfaction it's grout I ,K' attraction Let Peoples Co-op. I fpiyyu 1Mt .sen Lott went to Idaho Kails Kri- 'r to look "l "'" c,mmtry nU(1 tako 'recreation. H.Y!rs. TIioiiiiih Sunderland celebrated '-a Fourth of July by presenting her ','Hsband with ten pound boy. vou take your wlfo to a picture .Hiiow and pay UOo when you can "omc to Chlpman'...

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. — 11 July 1914

4 I H . AMERICA! FOHK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY 11, MA ZZtI Z" J B: LEHI LOCALS Hv H A baby boy was born to Mrs. II. J. t&f White, Sunday. wf , Mr. nml Mrs. Vernon AiulorBon of & Uartlold ore visiting relatlvcH In Lehl. E jr Tll ''hi "llvor band Is planning an HI !"' excursion to Saratoga In tho nenr fu- IfSS jl '' ll"'- Wgm ' i A crowd of "pickups" went from Kfi Lehl to Cedar Fort and plnyoil a game HHN of baseball Wednesday. Sffl Mrs. IS, J. T. Itoberts spent several VS " days till h week visiting friends In Salt ttfl Lake City. K Mr. and Mrs. Itcbnr Hart Hpi'iit Wed- -Vm noHilay and Thursday vluttltiK friends M I" -loll. j Mr. Howard, who baa been vlalllni; rf? ffi for throu weeks with hor daughter, jj W Mrs. F. I). Worlton, returned to tier dBBf ' homo In Mnnasca, Colo., this week. xJHE Farmers roininonri'd rutting wheat -4H '"', "'ls WrL,' Harvesting of tliu fall ','lH ,!rnl" wl" '"' '" r"" -wl"? '' "l( yH miildlu of next week. yH- Milton Klrkhaui, Marvin AbIi(oii, MH ' Ho...

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. — 11 July 1914

Hn BBIBBIBIIIIB I i ir? I 1 ! U;;.--- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JPLV 11. 1014, r , -' , L' .ilj ilpieasant Grove Department I , "VOfl. cultivated K) Raspberry Crop 0atMln,klr'nnl "M (or Miles K the flUV ilMur' J CiTr , - witnessed tho height of ' lrjfi season. Next week tho M8.ii iBTSsIn to subside. Every vr HoCBtoysmi Prl for ,nl,cf "roUn(J sk WB, pressed Into service, and fifcn were unnblo lo get suf- " 'Help to Bicr tlio crop. They W,"W JttKcout of M10 city lit tho rate U. -" ,,. 10 thrcc carloads per day, carload lots, some by express, 'it .'!""''""' fir parcels post mid many by 'noS .BVr'ln wagon load lots. Tho 1 tJ'Hip" arc boIi,k ovor tl10 a' Uly' ,5H Kate, though sovcrnl carloads M.(" toU'Mnld t" American Fork and "" ftL.BoTfr tho . B. 0. Olio car ,M asT Wichita, Kan. J ono to Oinalia, ' mccilog V',KPral to Colorado cities. 'nnCcr7,'Miday there were counted on ,00D. Pre. fit Lake City market twenty 'BriKons loaded with Pleasant JpTnn- jBiipberrlcs. llesldcs theso there...

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 July 1914

L AMPmPAM POPTC r.lTlZKN SATUUDAY, JULY 11. 1914 I mmf-; . , , HB&i'i 1 UK American Fork Locals and Personals UY i - iltutiu Viinco wns a Sail Lake visitor For a good shave call on Fred Doatio ut Shipley's Harbor Shop 11-21 ' Mrs. A, J. Dowers of Nophl, Ib lion; visiting liur mother, Mm K. lllglcr. , Mr. .1. I.. Flnnnge left Siinilay for New York and other eastern cities. t There Is no use talking those Chip- mun jieople do huvu the stock unci the low prices. 11 -It Sumuol F. tlrnnt and wife spent the Fourth and Sunday In Suit Luke 1 Hiirtal I'arker spent Tuesday In i I'rovo on business. 1 Alice Wrnthall of Orantsvlllo Is hero visiting, the guest of llert Storrs , Miss Anna Duke of I'rovo Is here visiting for a week with friends. Seo Hrewstcrs Millions, fi reel nias torplece at the Orient next Monday MIsh Kiitlfi I'etors of I'rovo Is hero visiting with her aunt, Mrs. IJllzu MIsb llertha Hicks of I'rovo spent the fore part of the wek with Miss Sadlo Mltchcl. ! Mrs. Dunford and da...

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