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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 January 1914

I " AttSni'dAN -"" "' BATgnhVY. .UM'MtV n, lfti, - I Come Back to the Heart that Loves You I .. Featured by SAMUEL ASH late of I "THE ROSE MAID" CO. j I ' Words and Musk by N. M. HORNER I Jtndante moderato " I f r I i . ' 4- ' ' --gJE:-IEJ--TlJ-j I (17-1 lil "I", I I ESS SS .SSS-:-: JSW 3 r t-A-i &.: I j Pspfp :frY fnTr p---f-- nnr - I I.l tfv S.'iu S ;.v.v.v.v:. ,t T?- I ( Ppf SE ST-3T TT nJ- "-f f Uicdby permUiton, MURRAY MUSIC Co., New York No. 38Q I Toric Lenses ' Wjrw!0? of v,8,,on H real cora- H fort nnd vastly lmprovo your por- H aonal appearance. If you wear H glasses, you should know all about I Toric Lenses M Let mo demonstrate and explain M their many advantages. H J. II. SCIIEY 1 Optometrist B Grant Hotel, American Fork, Utah. I Dr.R. K. Knighton m Graduate Veterinarian H Phono No. 70W H AMERICAN FORK, UTAH H Tho Old Reliable Store of I W. GRANT H "Wholesalo & Retail Dealer in H Pianos, Organs and Musical H Goods of All Kinds Wall Paper, H Ohinaware, Glassware, H...

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. — 17 January 1914

hhWwP hhv Vi HH V ., , ., ,, - AMERICA FORI? CITIZEN', sUTI'RDA'?, 'JANUARY if, 114. . t ,,,w . ,.,,,,,.. , . . BODIES ARE I GOirSJEMPLES If "Be Ye Filled With thB i! Spirit." B' ' I Th Jregenerato Their Privileges, i "If the Spirit of Qod Dwell In You." J Greater Privilege! Greater Reipon sibllitles Greater Honors and Glorltt. 8avod to Human Perfection 8avod H to Spirit Perfection Earthly Glory. HjV Heavenly Glory. li (HHpVISj Providence, It. 1., ;j HFF' tH in,i- 11. Pastor H'l VfilK' V llll8fl0" preached. H 'H''' t0Xt WnM' "'f lUiy Hp 'HB man dcllle tlio H. ' tW LUKj B tuinplu of (!otl, K'sfll him Hlmll Uod do- 'Hg Htroy; for the tern- tjflY ilo of (lod Is holy, ! which tuinplu yo H nro."-I t'orlii. f K'ASTOR, KUSSELp) ' Tim Pastor do- HI clnred that thin HJ Scripture could tint hu iippUctl India. Hi crlmlnntely to till men. Only tlio Hi' Church mo tlio Temple of Cod In tlio Hi hoiiho tlio Apostle here n.untloiiH; for . H'J only such lis luive been rcuciiorntud. nr Hjj begotten or...

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. — 17 January 1914

' !- 1 ' I . AMERICAN ttmtf felTlgfiW. ATURDAV, JANUARY 17, iM4i ' II m B. - - - .- ; Lehi Locals and Personals H Emmet t Ctitpmnu wilt erect n $1,000 bungalow during thu coming summer. t'M ,0ST Ail ntilomoblto tiro' chain. Hitturn to Dr. Hasler.nnd bv reward-,.,1-17-1 t. W. A. Hunger represented Lehf at Htlif big rabbit hunt nt Mt. I'lcosnnt HthU week. y H Mrs. J. B. Hobs gnvo n dinner party t Tuesday In honor of her husband's ' HiMh birthday. r H t The stork delivered n.babj boy at - Htho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Asa J. Clark Saturday. ', J Mr, and Mrs. .Tames I). Clark and '' Mrs. Anna Chrlstoffarson spent ser 1 Heral days this week iir tho Salt Lako I H Temple. 1 H Oscar 0. Klrkhain of Salt Lake ! Bcity, General Field Secretary for tho I Hm. I. A., spent Sunday visiting with i Hhls fathor, James Klrkhnm. H Bishop M. M. Stookey of' Clover; H Tooele, Co., spent several days tho Hpnst week tho guest of his brother, Hur. U. L. Stookey. Tho young ladles of the Second Hwnrd nro preparing ...

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. — 17 January 1914

HI AMERICAN tfORK CITIZEN SATUItDAY, JANUARY 17, 1614, Community Survey m Being Made for Lehi Hi' 0n0 of tho most Important things Hjjj hnponliig horo for a long tlmo Is thi H'4 community survey being inn do of Lehi H' v by n class of about fifteen lending Bl cltlzotiB under the direction of i'rof K 'Roylnnco or tho U. of U. H)l ' The Biirvey consists of work much B after tho nature of stock taking by B tho merchant. Ik Is divided among H soveral commltteeH. One branch Is H ascertaining the total accrngo in (lie H' precinct, the amount now Irrigated j that that may bo Irrigntcd, uliat Ih H' dry farming and how much Is grazing H: Tho yield per ncro for various crops H' will bo ascertained so that n stranger T v may know what tho land will produce B Manufacturing will bo gone Into HB and whero tho pcoplo spend their H money will be told. Whnt it costs the H lieoplo for their amusemontH will be Hj Inquired Into as well as what It costs H to boloug to a church. How much H goes for uchoo...

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. — 17 January 1914

fPleasant Grove Department 1 Mrlarvey Names lew 'City Appoints r(Ki jftlty Council hold Its first meot iuHcr the now rcglno Inst Mon 'IBht, nil the members bolng pre ,R'lio chief business being trnns Hvas the naming of tho now )olntccs, KF to making tho appointments (iHho appointive offlces wero dc vMTvacant after which a new sal ojBtllnnnco wnB--passe(l, also ono 'ohng signs etc. Sj mayor then named tho now ,H a list of whom follows: llHinl W. R. Prampton. Kf supervlsor-Ed. Hardman. 'rmnster C. P. Larson. (Intendcnt of Water yorkfl Khrlstlansen. UHii Frank Humphries. ?ftfeo of Pence C. D. Harper. )ftf Physician Dr. 0. E. Grua. l of Health tho Mayor, Dr. "jEd John E. Clark. 'kKlty Attornoy has not yet been pAYbut who ever ho may bo ho gH chosen because of his fitness Hdllng tho coining water cases 1 tho City nnd tho farmers. polntmantB wero nlbsustalucd. ftnly other business besides tho Kco of bills was tho ollownnco i Hon tho claim of 0. P. Hcrron itKt his hand severely pinched Ed ...

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. — 17 January 1914

BT American Fork Locals and Personals E-f MrB K'mor Chlpmnn 1ms ncceptod H position nt tho 1'eoplo'a stnto Ilnult B Mrs. Enrl McTnguo of SiiliiBllle Is H visiting relatives ami friends here. H Qtisa Kelly lias boon confined to his K" week suffering with atomncl. E trouble. H.' Mr. It. W. Wiser of Alpine wiih In i Am- fork Tuesday nnd made n m - plensnnt cnll nt the Alpine I'ub. Co. w , ' Miss Agnes Urown lelurnod to licr M employment nt Salt Lako Mondny M nfter Bpendlng n few dnys hero visit- H liR relatives nnd friends. Hr C1"B' J- Wright nnd Frank Pulley l wct o Cnstlo Onto Wednesday where B "y will bo employed for tin Indef- H inlte time, HI' Mrs. William Chlpmnn entertained B at dinner party nt her home Sn- m i turdny, in honor of Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoi- H v den nnd son Hnrry. Covers were ' ' laid for 14. ' Hj l)r- "" Mrs W. II. Itoldnn nnd son Hnrry, of Us Angeles, Cnl former Hit 'y r ,IB city, left for their home Hi' - Mondny ufter spondliiK n f,,w days , licro visiting friends. 1 '...

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. — 24 January 1914

AmerigaMjorg; Citizen I I 2------ AMERICAN FOftK CITJZKtt, ' SATUimAY, JANU v . H I God Bless I The Old Folks ' the Anollo n.,,1 Opera MonHo. Wednesday was "Old Polka' nv i tXflT?- Th day ha8 oa ular holiday. The silver Band ,, out early In the day nd d.Bcourlcd pleasant rauslc. and a little while bo- for noon was at the Apollo Hall to welcome the town . veterans ,ns hoy t began to gather. Those who did not I T Vf k WOr houIed in carriages and judging from the urabera'n?ecJ Were left at home. " ,h. a J ?"" he ,d Folk8-Honor u M the Aged," was the banner that greet r,d thc,m n" " entered the hal I !vmPUy l nn thrG" hundred and fifty over the age of alxty Ml down to the four long tables that neari! filled the big ha... The tables we e ladcd '' roast chicken, mlnco pies Plum puddings and all thp accensorfes '! laMn them. President cTrk n Id grace and for nn hour the old '0,k "Joyed the repast .d chat Resident and Mrs. s. L. Chlpman it at the head of one table and bes2 them s.t Mr. and ...

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. — 24 January 1914

B,; - ',,,, AFRICAN $RK ClTl&RN Hv . v AMEMOAN FORK CITIZEN K a progressive independent Bf PUBLICATION Hl ' 8U0SC1HPTI0N m Ono Year V.n K' six Months ac R Entered as Second-Class Matter ut H!' Postofflco nt American Fork, Utah. E" QKIce: Opposite Taucniucle. Phone 8.'. B 8. W. IIOB3 Editor B ' L. W. OAI8FORD Malinger B AMERICAN FORK LOCALS H Announcement that "Lena Rivera" i will bii. offered nt tlm Opera House l Friday evening, Jnnunry 30, naturally , brings n throb or Joy to the henrtB of H our playgoers. The hook of tint Bnmr nnmo from which IUIlIe llurke made . hor dramatization Is by Mrs. Mary J B Holmes, which assures n llrst-class H play, with plonty or roiucdy nuri n ' profusion of tears. A crowded house H Is almost a certainty. H' alpine items W ' As tho peoplo worn gnthorlng to the H!l linll Wednesday an accident hnpponed Bl .which created quite an excitement Hh Harmon, tho 15-yoar-old son of Mrs H' f j, Vance, was riding a horse, and 'j aB h turned a corner tho nnlmn)...

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. — 24 January 1914

-B - AWfinteAN fork citizen, satItiBay. jantu w ., ,,, . "W H Interiirban Gars Soon fo Arrive HB- (Continued from first page Am ForlO HHY glu umiibimII) Ioiib stretches of tan- ftftK gent, or straight track. Willi tlu eX. ftftftt ccptlon of ii grade of one and ono. ftftftft tirlf iter cent nicessary to ascend H t'rovo bench, the heaviest gride Ih ftftftf eight-tenths or one nor cant K Private right of way for 'the llm- Ikih been bought for tliu entire dla- ftftftf tniice between Su't I.uko city and ftftftft I rovo, except where the road passes .through cities mid towns. This makes E possible faster time and greater safety than where h line follows a nubile W highway. ft The catenary typo of lint! construc- I Ion, will be UBcd overhead, and the ft energy furnished to the motors will be 1,000 volts direct. Ail-steel pussongor cars of tho latest ft type, sixty feet long and weighing ftftft forty-two tons each, will bo used. They ft provide wide, comfortable scats.' The lino from Salt L...

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. — 24 January 1914

HI'; AtmnicAN 'fork Sh-feEM, Saturday, janParV ft. ltti , i H The Lehi Department B' w Um V Agreement to Exchange .Mountain for Lake Water I' HB K Final Detail to He Voted on at n B Special HtockuolilerV Meeting. H' One of the biggest problems an1 Hj Hint will menu more to Lcbl tlinn nny- H; thing that hns come up In n good H mnny years will bo the ndjourmrt H' meotlng of the stockholders of thu H' Lehl Irrigation company, that wlH be H held on Monday, February 2. It will K be to vote on thu agreement between H the Utah Lake Irrigation and the I.ehl Hf Irrigation companies relative to tlio Hj exchanging of Lehl'fl ennyon supply H ,. for water from Utah lake, tho latter Hf to bo supplied from the Utah Lake H, company's pumps and canals. Hi! ' The Lehl Irrigation company linb H''-" been worsted so many times In trrl- JH'j gntlou deals and has lost so iiiauv Sjt thousands of dollars by falling to take H,j advantage of lost opportunities that It Kl Is well for them to study thoroughly H...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 January 1914

I Lehi Locals and Personals BBj Norman Ilolmstend spent the first BBJ days of the week In Salt Lake City. H Mrs. E. L. Chlptnnu was a visitor fl with I'rovo friends this week. BBj E. I. Webb mado n. business trip to fl Salt Lake Clti I uaudo flfl v - Rdward Gout,,uick went to Salt BBJ Lake City Monday on a real estate BH B Dr. mid Mrs. O. L. Stookoy spent the first part of the week with friends In Salt Lako City. TflTal Bfl The local Farmers' Club Is propnr- lug for a lecture on poultry raising, to BB be delivered ,ln the near future. m On February 8 the 'Sunday schools fl of the Alpine, Nobo and Utah stakes fl will hold a conjoint convention at BH Provo. B The directors of tho Lehl Irrigation IB company have organized by .electing HB Israel Evans presldont and D. J. Thur- BH mnn 'Secretary. BB Quite a number of Lehl people went flfl to American Fork Thursday night tc B attend tho Dines! Hnwk War Veterans flfl annual reunion. B ' C. II. Gilbert and W. A. Evans came BB .In from Topll...

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. — 24 January 1914

BJ ' mmm toe cTOH"Rff'im ' - - - 1 H ' Aunt Polly Hopkins Hji Early Pioneer Dies BBBE ' Mrs. Po'ly Hopkins, who linn been E living In Loli I llio imBt winter, passed P? I nwny cnrly Wcdncsduy lnornliit; tit tlio Hijr homo of her nlccc, Mrs. A. J. Evnns. Kj Tuesdny shn spent invt of tlio (In)' H visiting with Mrs. David Lossco, mid HB- In tlio ovcnlng sho wns vlBltlng with BH1 Mrs. Hobor Webb until 10 o'clock. Af- HH, tfr coming homo shn complained of H . ii pain In her chest Sho retired, lint BBB' at 3 o'clock sho called Mrs. Evans, J who spent several IioiIih with hor, and H sho Boomed better. At 7 o'clock sho H walked down stalrsbut soon after she B took rnpldly worso anil passed nwny. HB Mrs. Hopkins wns born In Garden H Grove, Iown, on Jnnunry 11, soventy- H threo years ni;o. In tlio early GO's shn H' moved with her piuonts to Lehl, when) H' sho wns married to John II. Mtirdock, B Sho nnd Mi'. Mnrdork soparnteil and B sho Inter married Robert Hoiiklnn, B , They moved to Cache Va...

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. — 24 January 1914

flflflflt V ' '"' ' "" " " " . ai " 4 " ..-ii -. .. Bflflflflfl I Pleasant Grove Department 1 Hi . - , HJ flflflflfl . i flflfl :PionterDf 1847Ges ' f " toJIsY Reward H Came to Utah in 1817 To Hensniil fl OroTC. 1851. i H Ono by ono-the Utnh plonoera arc H passing away. Mrs. -Catherine Iver- Hfl son, who como to U(nh the first ycnr Hit of Its settlement und to Pleasant HB Grove but two years after tho first ono located hero, died nt hor homr HB In I'loasai t Orovo last Tuesday HI She hnd been 111 but about two weokr HB but because of her age she could not HH resist tho disease. HB The funeral services, which were HB held' lu tlrq Tabernaclo Thursday, HI were ;argely attended. Bishop S. L. HB Swenson took charge of tho services HB Tho othor speakers were J, E, Thome HB Keuson Hlselt, Alexander J3ullock, Hflj Bishop Olpln, L. P. Lund and Ezra H Walker. Mrs. L. A. Richardson sang BB a solo and J. 13. Bush read tho follow- Hflj lug biographical sketch: HI Cnthcrlnq -Ivorson wns born Jun...

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. — 24 January 1914

MMB!MIi8ffnpATL jan Lk? u. i5n 4 ., jM fji American Fork Locals and Personals Ii Mioses Ida nnd Mnndn Chlpmii'i I woro Salt I.nko City visitors Sunday I Tho heavy rnlns Inst week should mnko tlio dry furmorn hnppy. fl KVn Thcro will bo coiisldnrnhlo building Hl I" fmorican Fork nnd vicinity again HV i next ntimmor. H' ' When you nro down In (ho mouth, H; Just think of Joiiuh, lie mine out right. j Tlio ten moil urn becoming nuxlouH H, about tlio leu crop. Thoy arc nnx- H Ioiih for cold weather. Hlj Mr. Josoph ItobliiBon of Sa't Lake Kit City, formerly of this city, spent tin B! week hero visiting his non, V II. Iloli- H' Inson mid family. H - RE Mr, mid Mm. Geo. A. Btorrs and sou, Lane, of I'roVo, and Mrs. Ileulali Storrs-I.owls of Salt l.ukn City, spent H Sunday here visiting rolallves, H Mr. Ilert Chndwlck, who Is employ- B'J ,,(l "- Salt Lake City, npont Saturday r and Sunday horn vlsltlni; his parents, ti Mr. and Mrs. John Chadwlck. bH! H'' Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Kelly are the B 1 ...

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. — 31 January 1914

BOOST FOR THE NORTH AND OF tiTJJl COUNTY -YOUR HOME IS HERE I I AttiericanPrFCitizen I "" AMElUCArt FOttK OlTIZEWfnUAV, JAXUAKY 31, isn " " " " NUMBER fl H City Council Meets Bfo Make Arrangements ( (irntlc H TncHfjr Blocks of Streets. m B The Cltj; Council hold a regular scs Hlon Saturday ovontng. Mr. A. W. Millar Hand othor residents living on Third HBwcst street presented a petition ask Bng that Third AVest street between Brhlrd and Sixth North streets bo Htumplkcd and offered to do one-half Hof the work It the city would pay for Htho. other half. Ab It Is the intention f the city to turnplko about twenty Rlocks In tho spring if similar con Utions are agreed to by tho adjacent fcroporty owners, tho matter was rc Berred to tho commlttoc on streets to Lake the necessary preliminary nr vangements. H W. S. Chlpmnn asked for a corrcct Bd deed. H Tho matter or tho extension of First outh street cast was referred to tho Hommlttco on streets. H Tho complaint of Oliver SJostcdt Kgatnst ex...

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. — 31 January 1914

m ' I H' J rv ,. . AMERICAN FOnK C1T1ZE ', SATUltDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914 H I The Lchl llnnncr. A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION HJ Ono Year $1.60 ' i. Six Months 90c K ' i Entered as Second-Class Matter at L Postofflce at Lchl, Utah. Bi S. W. ROSS Editor H L. W. GAIBFORD .. Manager H PLEASANT GROVE I HIGH SCHOOL NOTES H ; R ' Tuesday morning tho Rev. Murphy H ot American Fork nnd IJIshop Olpln 1 , of Pleasant Drove addressed tho High Hl I School nnd aoventh and eighth grades g on tho subject of "Temperance," The H studonts wcro Intensely IntcrcBtcd as H, thoughts from tho writings of great Hf, j men and also results from temper- j 1 anco were given to make tho points .j, ( clear. It Is felt throughout the High H? " School that much good will result H it frora tll meeting. Hfl J The Domestic Science girls, undor HM tho direction of Miss Hopkins, will H l sorvo lunches Thursday at noon at jt the High School building. B"j Friday morning, In chapel, Miss jjj Thurman of the Pleasant G...

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. — 31 January 1914

K Off. BAIMJ JANUAUV 31, ,11 -gg KspeVtty For The Sheep Men 1 E, 11)11 Wool Clin All S;,ld-Sup- j .CrlVr (irndcH Brings 1 Cent. iHriic nrcaciit week Una been one of K", activity umoiiR tho wool grow KntTio bidding ot the buyers from MW' larEC Eastern houBCB was keen Rt spirited nnd nil tho local wool 1ms cbSvogrhagoPprico was llftee,. cents roound, although three ot the ips brought fifteen and onohnlf Thfnrm oTT' Harris Wool Com my of St. Louis, largo wool buyers mW,i or tho Missouri river, through aKlr focal rcprcscnttlve at American Rrk, bouBht It nil excepting three LB'tHo grand totals are about one LKi Xcd thousand fleeces or approx "' ,lv ono million pounds or wool LHhh in money represents 1150.000 o , be distributed In tho north end of aW MaitfwM not rcnllio tho magnl LX.dc of this valuable resource to our , nitty. It exceeds In volume that K an ' other business, nnd Is keenly LVnit us this great sum or money finds Hts way Into the hands of both the ,Treatdcr,ed.rt,C.h8 due th...

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. — 31 January 1914

Hi IM H'j AMERldjW PQRK 6lTlg,V. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, Mi fl If BOOST FOR H Alpine Sf ake Quarterly Conference Hj Good Attend lancTloil, Days-mirr. , ' M,,n "d Loiclral Remarks. iT Rt the Vnrloiw Speaker Hf rnIi' nm Se88"""f-tl'o (itmrtcrly m conference of Alpine stake coScncd B net Saturday morning nt 10 iZt H; In the Leh, Tabernacle T.Lo was 1H n g00d attendance. Preside ,7 t ., Hi 1 Clarke conducted the xer o Vn Hll 2 g0nCrnl condft'" of the stnTo for bbS?'' tho year ion w-h. . biaK0 for IHf iTr n Cn,pmnn' bocauso of hl8 Inabll, K ....'.""""" Una,,,,. ,, H mentor or lh i, """" Mo LHi order, with n g '" Sod Work'"& f ttM'R,t1nieh In hi !! verV timely nihfro"! Wny Iollvor f ant dutic "dovoWne 1" l" ,",,,ort LHT S' nnd upon tS8ft W;nrd tenc" jlJ!!om "gulnrly Uty U ,a to visit I toffi v"h ad b0;;c: 1 Andrew R. AnderwS b' Prc8,do,lt H ess -s ws raiTBK iH ' prS?!??;-Evans rcrc"ed with I K ' of tho vorlt nr A .,,'. Prosper- ' throughout ?ho Ad d J wnwBl H Pleased to seo tho Sow c. ....

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. — 31 January 1914

m gH - H H . ... -, . .. . . AMERICAN FORK OlTlElfa; SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1914 H ggggK 1 M III I llll. 1 V " ' '" '""' '' - i .1 . i ..I.. . . ,.. .in... ... H Lehi Locals and Personals B Mrs. Mary Winn was hi Provo Mon- B day on legal business. iH i H Parley Austin went to Sprlngvlllo H Tuesday on beet contracting business. H Edward Bouthwlck and L. A. Olm- H stoad went to Provo Thursday on H court, matters. H Mr. and Mrs. John Brndskaw and B son Fred leave today for California H to spend the balanco of the winter, H Bishop James II. Gnrdncr left yes- H terday to spend a week at the Ilound- B Up at Logan. H If you have anything to sell n little B ad In the want column brings results. B See page 2. H Early In the week W. 13. Rnckor and H Miss Lizzie Shaw were Snlt Lnko City H visitors for tho purposo of ordering H spring and summer goods. H Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Evnna of H Logan came to Lchl' this week to nt- H tond Prcsldont Evans' ruby wedding HR celebration. H I am In the marke...

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. — 31 January 1914

Hi I Kll AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1314 H If THE MODEL I YOUNG MAN H Wr : Tho M. I. A. of tlio First Ward hntl ID. nn part of Its preliminary program at HR. H Its last meeting tho following article. HZ' b It was written by one of the lady Hi.' members and will indlcato tho Ideal Hfj' ' of at least ono young lady. At n Ml ,j future meeting u young man will read KW a. paper on "Tho Ideal Young Lady." B ' The artlclo follows: f ; "Wo girls cannot pluco our Ideal of Ml- manhood at tho standard of perfec- MB ;, tlon, becauso tho best young mini on ,'.. earth Is mortal. In fact, wo do not J A dcslro tho acquatntanco of uu abso- MM Ml lutely perfect being, slnco being mor- fjh, tals ourselves wo would bo so much H W ,n tno Bnn(low' To young man wo all JjJb admire is ho who can claim good JMh health, sound principles, who Is re- fi.TJ spcctful,of sacred things, temperate HBfliB In his habits, not afraid to work k3!' and work hard, nnd who can faco tho fill world with a de...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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