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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 July 1914

HBg f 'I WMi' J IP '- ' AMERICAN FOUR OCT1ZBW SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1914, , . I W . I AJKUIUCAX FOitli CITIZISN Kl' I ' A PROORK3BIV10 INDEPENDENT ( a PUBLICATION Hi:!-' SuhscuiptiojJ wFM - Ono enr J1G0 WgJj ' tlx Months , 90c 4 Office I Opposite Tnbcruaele. Phone 86 Iff I L.'W. OAISFOIU) Manager flLJB 8. W. ROSS Editor 'S I JBnterd at Second-Class Matter at $ I Poitofflcc at American Fork, Utah. ! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS Watchful waiting catches tha fly. Jnrncs W. Drown has purchased n now slx-cyllnder Studebakcr. Dr. Noyos iniiUo a business trip to bait Lako Thursday. James W. Drown returned homo from tho sheep herd Monday. .Miss I.oln Vnrney left Friday for n ten days' visit to Murray. Dr. and Mrs. I M. Kclley wore Salt Lake, visitors Friday. Leonard Henrold will hi a llelier vlstor tomorrow. Miss Ethol Kelloy left for Provo Friday on nu extended visit. Mr. Hebor Darratt purchased a Case car this week. ""v,,. y O. Jackson of.Snlt Lake was down Tuesday erecting monuments nt I'lonaniit a...

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

I- :BvS9 I - iB V '- -'7; ' ' H lffiencanjork Citizen v I B"- - ambhioas rant cirii - , ' t : H pw Innovation In I Trials In Liquor Gases lunrtntP l(li"s"l -llcnibrr of l.'rnnlle fln'i, Cmnlclcil of Selling lilujior B' Uligall) Scores (if Lending: l.ndlcs H prtfii( ill On' T"'l Lawrence Johnson of Ichi wiib tiled mdfonrlcted In Judgo N'IcIboii's court Btwlday for so'Hiik IntoxIciitliiK Htmor islaitfully He appeared Thursday m icnlcnce unil wns. lined $25Q or. Kk days In the city Jul I - It la not, H;rt known whether ho will nppant to" it district court, but as Judge Mor Km has n penchant for afllxlng n Jail wtencc In addition to heavy flnca for Hiraor offenders, It la probable that Hjohison may let weU enough alone. Wk Xeter In the history of .he local cstlce'siourt did bo many people turn Hsut to a trial. Over 250 people crowd d the city luill to witncsR the pro codings, mid over CO per cent of them we leading lndlea of the city. It Is tjdent that the peopl of tlio city nrc Becomin...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

fa .-. I 'gS c. ,. nT"C'T;!r?r""" AMKICAN- FOMK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JULY ,u ijj (goVC) l1 l "-"Z' - - - - ' : 1 ? l I 'ni-..y' T BUV ,N UR ST0RE N0W ,s JUST THE SAME AS PICK,NG D0LLARS OFF OF ' . I 1 JPAT-. TREES ourgoodsare always worth what we ask for them, we do not f and I vmm I A L S? M ARK G00DS up JU5T T0 M ARK THEM DOm N0 0ECEPTJN IN OUR store. . ' I iU: I ; iiliEm " - C0ME ,N DURING OUR SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE AND BUV LOTS. BECAUSE ' nh. I 4g, rs jj Y0U W,LL GET GOD FRESH. STYLISH GOODS AND YOU WILL SAUE DOLLARS j I II I Sale Begins July 18th Ends July 25th 1 on I ALL SUMMER GOODS MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW FALL MER- 1 1 CHANDISE. REMEMBER WE WILL HAVE TWO MONTHS OF I WARM WEATHER YET. LOTS OF TIME TO j! I WEAR SUMMER CLOTHES. , I J Dry Goods Department Clothing Department I I rn . .. , . . . LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR , 5U 1MJl. ctml uff u M lVj gummol. Suits f 50 Ladies' Skirts go at Just j Price J I ?nT y ?T""U Dmw,!b :;; ,!'8" . ; ' f ' '25 per cent, oit on Young Men's Two-Pie...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

t AMfcniCAN IRK Otl'lfeEN SATl'ftDAY, JULY 1$, 1614 ( n , ,, , . ,. -v.- .r -J,,.. I I f he Lehi Department 1 Program July 24-th B Sori'iimllng Ijj the Slher Jlitml Pro- Wk - gram In Tabernacle--Children's 1 1 .SmiHs ami Alhlolle Ciinlosts at Cllj I I'ark IHk Hall (.'nine lllg Itonllro 1 1 mill HalliMin Ascension at Wines 1 1 l'rk. HI I.olil will hne olio of Km best I'lo- B neor Uy celebrations next Saturday. H. c Tlio committee, of which Wnlluce I'ot- Bl orson Is chiilrinnii and Herbert Taylor H Bccrotary, and consists of the presl- H dcncles of tlu; Sunday schools of the Bl four wards, Is working hard to nr- Bfl range programs for morning, nftor- BB noon anil evening. Tlio First Ward IBJ lain charge of tlio decorations; the IB Second Ward will nrrnngo tlio sports, IB thd Third Ward arranges the program IB and tlio Fourth Ward will collect the B llnnnces, Hfl There will be no none-nicking llr HB lug of giant, powder, but the day will Hi open at 5 o'clock with serenading of Hf the c...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

1 1 Lehi Locals and Personals I I Kodaks ami kodak supplies rit l'co- pie's Co-op. 18-1' I nifrrics ! Cherries ! Cherries ! nrtcht dark rot! cherries. Prices rcn .1 UTablo"' 0rB0 Glover's, Lchl 11-21 I' Ml" ,,,ldlc ,l0RcrH ,l1"' llcr Bls,,,r Mildred lmve been vIbMiir frlciulH In A for the past ten diiys. Tlie iorp U'ulc,,1,y 'ou lBPt "' I a tlio more you are impressed 5,helr value. 'People's Co-oi). 18-lt I Mrs. Mary Cowan, who Iwh been jpciidlng ten tliiys vlaltliiB her inolher, 'I Mri. J. 0. Orny. returned to her homo I In Salt Lake City Monday. y. K. Hopkins went In Si 1 'W. I city Tuestlay to bco his mother, who I recently underwent an operation in I He I ! s- lloP1,n, Warner Corsets In tho Intent styles I it reoplc'a Co-op. 18-lt I Miss Helm MuuiiB, who Is clerking I h Kelth-O'brlcn's, camo down from I salt I-akc City to spend tho week-end ,itb relatives In Lchl. B Ira 1). Wines came to Lchl TucHday B to attend the annual meeting of tho B directors of the Utah Banking com fl pn...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

t I BKM'i , ,tirDAY, JULY 18, 1914. I Hi . ., AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN SATtBP'"' J -- .. I m . iKf LEHI LOCALS JML , Mr. and Mm. V. A. Kntght wore Salt ft' i Lake visitors Tuesday. 2Hwt1 ' E' ' All tho now ones In belts JiiBt In nt Wag 1'ooplo'a Co-op. 18-lt 3B ) .. Mr. Martlin S. Ilushmnti spent port flK of the week vls'tlng with friends In SK Salt Lnko City. Xk' ? lliilicn King, who hns bt'oii working Stt n lleyburn, Idaho, moved Imck (o i,- Iff Lehl this week. 'wSl 8 urn K I Thero were twenty unto loads of vfi I Suit l.nke people who spent Inst Suti- llflfi. llll' nt Snrn,Ka Springs. vfHK , IkB Manager Goodwin of tho People's iSlfl Co-op mndo a business trip to Snlt t 1 S Mr. and Mrs. .Ionium Crelghlon went - ' i I In Hall l;ako City Tuesday to visit ', NB with Mr. John Clcghoru. t jjl ,, K llasll Dorton ami JaineH Woodhouse .jm left for Nevada Monday. Thoy will s iMm spend the summer there - Ig! IlKi Mr nll1 MrB' I)ouR,llB8 Scnlly of 'X afiS Sugar City, Idaho, are vlHltlng frlendH ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

' -jr. "n I . ' , BrS - AMKitlPAN FQrtn v i i tKN. SATURDAY, jU1Y 18 ,M4 . , I , Pleasant QroveDepartment ft fmer Day Will I Be Celebrated S - R. (fl sc rcnntlp Hie City Two Fro- irrin I" '"' WroicFJiic Line 111 .of .Sports ami UontrMs. 'rn H piant Orovo did not celebrate a; Bfpcndciice Day at home, lint will 2l Mj1" "" "" ,llc 2lh Wllnt lhoy f",lc'1 K jo on the 4th. The gcnornl com- ,. ginec anil the several nub-commlttcea Hwrebcca hard at work and Imvo com fiflNl arrangements for tlie following ' K,erclrl)ra(loM' '" V, uaislim Has at daybreak Miu-bIiii! t i W K. Frampton. it I 1 5alute of guns from R to 6 a tn , ill H under direction or Nut Loader. h. Hi S:30 to 10 t in.--Hand concert. 10 a. ni. vAH8ciuljty called together I br band In Grove. ' Forenoon Program. rr H 1. Chorus by tlio -Sunday ScIiooIh, ',' direction of F. S. Humphries. j prsycr by Chaplain S. L. Swonson. H i selection by baud. W Primary exorcises, under direction ' of Laura Walker. oil 5- Sketch of llfo or Hrlghum...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 July 1914

I I' AMERICAN FOhK xtl-viMS. SATURDAY, JUhY lH. , 1 1 American Fork Locals and Personals i' Misses Ella and Eliza Storrs spent Sunday In I'rovo, lulling relatives. ' , - Illation Storm mid J. W. Storrs spent ' Wednesday In Storm on business. r, &,, Mrs. Carolina AdnniB left Monday RwV' for Sail Lnko to visit with her ilnugh- sSt ,cr ''r8, lnr' n- Joiicb. ' t Mr, Tliomns Hrondbent, Mr. J. A. 1. JeuBen nnd Mr. Willlnm Chipmnn mid fninlly spent Monday In Stilt J. tike. Iloyd JnckBon bus returned home j from Liib Vegi.a, Nov., where tic tins boon for the past your. 1 t'. Mtnlon IlotiliiHon nnd Harold Drown motored to Salt l.nke Saturday after ictiirnlug Monday. it, ' , Mno Hatchings nnd Inn Duncan splint Saturday In Salt Lake with rela tives. , ' Support homo. Industry hy purchas ing bread nt Amerlcnn Fork Ilnkcry, " Lillian Grant went to Snlt Lake on Monday for nn extended visit with 1 relatives. Tlio farmem between hero nnd Al pine, nro busy harvesting their grain. Tho'roportB nro...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

jAmericanJorlitizetil )0UMI , Tgg MBIUC1X KOIIK PITIjlKX IjATl IUUI, Jl V :,",u " " " 1 1 1 t0$ Begins to Break ?H.'f,Mlc Sciilimi'iil Aroused for the I Sppprr'on of Ilc '',luor 'i'mrtlc e H, (Snltfi In Orgiiiilznitoii of American " J H -ork Hellornidit LrngiH', il T,( continued Increasing and al f I most open Infraction of the liquor B,ts that Ims given Atncrlcnti Fork , H ,n(jo3lrablP fnmo for Homo time, has I I it last resulted In tho organization of i I the better clement of tho community I Into what Is known as tho American ' Fork Betterment League. Several prc 4 'liffllnary meetings hnvo been hold, and I H tt Motidny otenlng tho organization X'H ,; perfected at a gathering In the I B ijthlng o" ',88(,"u,y rooms. I Following are tho ofllcorH! Clifford A H Toang. president; oxccutlvo commit tee W. H. Chlpman, U. N. Christen- IH n, Ida Chlpmnn, Mra. Myrtle J. Wnl- 0I) James Martin, Aim. II. M. Ulack tor'it, Mrs. Wlllcs Ilroniloy and Irving I Pratt. Tho league starts out wltli.n m...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

AMERICAN FORK (MTl'BS SXJL'J " ' jjl AMinUC.VN I'OHK CITIUN Ijtt PROGRESSIVE INUKPENDKN T M I'UULIOATION Bi SUHSCIUPTIUN MM ' One Year $1.50 Bl blx MontliR , 90c nM' Ofilre: Opposite TubcriiHclc. Phone .". Entered ns Second-Class Mntter nt HI, I'onujlllcu ul Amerlcmi Fork, Utah. WM L.'V. GAISFOIll ') .".. Man a gar M' S. W. ROSS Editor I PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS Tlic Misses Oprl ni:d Oral Wndloy aru visiting Suit Lake friends ami rulntlio tills week. .Mr. Miller and Mr. Julm Subln of Amorlcnn Fork, were I'leusatit Orovo Maltom Sunday at tlio Second ward. Mr. nnil Mr. I V. I.iiiiiI, !r. nml Mrs. Fd. Wndloy nml Mrs. J. I). Thoino we're I'rovo visitors Sunday, i Order your Unit Roods from the 1 1 oKnn Knitting Factory. S. 1). Moore, ( .it., will tuko your orders during Hit? month of Hoptombor. lS-2t Mrs. U. C. Marshall or Oklahoma, was 111 Pleasant (Irovo on builnoBs Wednesday. D. M. Smith and family are on a thrflb days' camping trip In Piovo can Mr. C. P. Ritchie or Salt Lake, was tho ,...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

Hi 1 .MMitf JHMHMMHIMaiM I amerioan fork looals I Mf ami Irs- Jnnl'eB M- 0rnnt B')ent I bf latter pnrt or the week In Alpine. I J!I88 ,',r" Hlntll0y rC,,ll"ra' ll0' ,on.ly from I'rovo I Mr fieorBi' ItobliiBOH of Idaho Irrt I (0f hl homo Monday. iss Ilosollii Storrs was mSult l.nko ,wtor to days IhN weok. I Mrs- MclJonnld Bpcnt Wednesday In s,u Lake. I Mr. No)' Itoblnson Is homo from his I ,hffl licrtl nt Soldier Suininlt. I Hiss Or Lynch wiih In Provo on I prlday, pucst of Miss Klhel Kellcy. I Wlllard OIcsou of Alphas was In American Fork Thursday on business. I Harry Llndlcy returned home 'Thursilay from F.urekn. I Miss Itln Smith left for Provo Wcd- nesday evening to play In one of the I thratres there for n fow nights. I City Kecordcr Hilton, of I'lcnxant I Grove, made the Alplno Pub. Co. a I very pleasant call Inst Saturday. B Ros Parker, Er.rl Vnrnoy nml Hurt H Miller returned Wednesday from n I fifhlng trip up 8trnvberry. H Mrs. John Suydor and dnughtor, H Mrs. William Larson,...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

i lip M- W AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN" haTTRDAV, JULY 2o, 1914 1 The Lehi Department mtvfl I Is Sour Fruit Juice An Intoxicant or Cider? Important Question llnlhid In Recent Liquor Cnic Is Appealed lo District Saturday, tho two liquor cnsca of l.ulil City vh. UeorRo Deck and Lehl City va, Frank Smith were tried be torn Ueoriji! Webb and a Verdict of guilty rendered In both Instance). Heck wan lined $125 und Smith $150. In the Keck cane the defendant con tended that ho was In the vinegar uuBlnesiii and the stuff that was bought by Strleby, the detective, wan nothing more nor less than sour vinegar, even If It did contain some alcohol. Mr. Keek says that he has 1,4011 gallons In IiIh cellar of various ages, from a few days to several years, hut that none of It Is lit to drink iih a beverage any more than Is l'eruua or I .yd In 10. I'lnkham'a Compound. Ho says that 100 gallons that the olllcers have locked up In tho city Jail under the search and seizure raid was made from cherries jnashed ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

!' ' AMERICAN KOIIK CITIW'N SAtI'RDvy ntv o ill! lH I Lehi Locals and Personals I Bk jlrs. Parley Qnrflold iire8cnted hor I husband with n baby girl Saturday. I Miss McCrucken of Sinltlifleld Is upending tc lys with Mrs. James I Fyffo- ' Ooublo your vncntion fun with n kodflk rrom People's Co-op. 2G-11 ' Mr. mid Mrs. A. J. Klrkhnm enmo I down from Snlt Lnko City on Sumliiy I' t0 spend the dny with friends in Lehl. I A numbor of local people nro pre- I paring to RO to Cnnnda on tho excur- I' slon August i. I Mrs. Mclvlu Runncjln of Eureka Is I isttiuR with her parents, Mr. and jfrs. H Charles Johnson. I Mr. lUthard Thonins wont to Tre- I monton, Utah, Friday. Ho was called B to the bedside of his son John, who I g seriously 111 with consumption. B Knox Knit hoso nro unholey hose, H -for men, woutoii and children. Oct ' them nt Pcople'B Co-op. 2.r.-1t H Misses Ella and Mary Woods and B Louie Thomas wero Provo visitors B Monday. They mado the trip In an B BUtO- B Ladles of Lohl take no...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 July 1914

Kill AMERICAN FOKK C1TI7BN SATURDAY. 3V.' 25, 19U , , LEHI LOCALS Garff Rros, thin week t reded n warehouse In which to store Ico from tholr Ice plnnt. This week's Issue Is printed ono duy earlier than usual on account of the 24th. We have the boat kind of preserving kottlcs. Oot your oupply at People's Copp. ,!.-lt Miss Ellobezth Kimball of Suit Lako City spent the past week here, the Buest of Mrs. M. W, Ingalls. Ole Larson, who hna been In busi ness at Oarflold, arrived homo Mon day for n month's visit with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Larson. Alfred Iloboits, who was married Inst week (o Mrs. Hoy Roberts, has purchased the homo of Ernest Mad- X. M. West of Idaho, who was In the barber bunlnoss here several years ago, Is visiting IiIh old friends hero and in Pleasant drove, Mrs. II. C. llolbrook entertained a crowd of young people Wednesday evening In honor of MIsb Vera llol brook, who Is visiting from Hnuntl- Mrs, Thad Powell, who has been visiting with her children, who nrc ...

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. — 25 July 1914

I gg - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATimruv ' ' MfflB Pleasant Grove Department I I Pioneer Day to Be I Big Celebration I in nil Hiroo districts of Pleasant I drove, Llndon and Manila, tlio plonccra B of '47 wll I'O honored with songB, H ,cadlngH iinil orations. Thoro uro u H number rcslclliiK hero or thoso who I came to the valleys In 1817, mid they H tvIII bo special honored gucutu or the H cccasloii. H in our litHt Ibbuo wo omitted the I afternoon program, which wmb to bo H glrcn lit the srovc. Following In tlio H program for forenoon and tiftcrnoon: H Forenoon Program. H l, Chorus by tlio Stlnduy Schools, direction or F. S. IIumiihrleH. H 2. Prayer by Chaplain B. I,. Svvcnscn. 3. Selection by band. H l Prlmnry exorcises, under direction of Laura Walker. 5. Sketch of lifo of Urlgham Vbung Dcsslo Newman. H $. Selection by baud. H 7. Oration D. II. rtoblson, orator or H the day. 8. Selection by band. '' j, Oration Homer Larson, H 10. Brass quartette Ncllson, llanley, Itolilson mid Lund. ...

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. — 25 July 1914

&"s AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATl rtAV, Jt'lV 2 I RJ t Ki American Fork Locals and Personals Mil K flK Miss ICilnn Itnnson was lioro visiting HBiil Mr. nnd Mr a. Hanson Monday. HJLV Y-L'rn McNIel motored In from Our- & Held Sunday, returning Tuesday. jjM Kennedy Thornton and Hum Hur- Hfl r'lngton Hpont Sunday In I'rovo. ! Support home Industry by purchitB- rffigBj Ing bread at Aiucrlcau Fork Unkory. will Mr8, Allco Sm"h of Hnlt Lnkc Cl' 'y nil npont Sunday with her mother, Mrs. mil ' Samuel Oreonwood. I jflifl !', fliK Mrs. 0. N. Curtis returned home Mil from Logan Sunday, where she has ' IBB '",p" Wnltlrif? for "'" l,llHt luontli. U Mr, and Mrs. Vein Walker went to S2B I'rovo Sunday. Mrs, Walker remained 'wflj for a week's visit with relatives. r'lHI ''r' Ml"' 'l9' 'H,n''B ' Hrnrrt spent ' H Sunday with Mr. end Mrs. Dellouls or ; HB llyrou Crookston and family and wm Hen llalllday r.nd tamlly are enjoying B an. outing up Americr.ii Fork canyon. :?tnfl FOR S A MJ Three-y ear-ol...

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. — 1 August 1914

I ' M I Amer0atrEDrk Citizen ; H' VOL. XII. .-T.'Rtt" lii" Vr ' '-', " MI-miCAN KOttK OITIZKN SAlTllinv i m -.., . . . " ' H ' 1 'AUIl,,A.wUl,l8Pl1lji. NUMUKR 10 WM i Improvement League I Important Meeting H (WimlHco for Heading Itoom Appoint. - rd-r'arewell Noclrl for Hew Wild. H man Murphy -Proposition for llv H riirltm From Sail Lake Deferred H hn Italian From Wizard of (ho Was H nlch TabledAmerican l'ork lo (,'el H In I lie Clean Toviii Contest. H At n meeting ot tho Kxectitlco com H' mlttce Civic Improvement League H Tuesday nllit, various uubjoctH tier H mining to tho welfare of our city wore H taken tip, discussed and action taken. H A eonunlttcc of (lvo, out) from each H ward and tlio fifth person, a member H of tho Kxccutlvo committee. Namely, H Alma Orccnwood, qlinlrinnn; First H ward -.1. Traccy Woottonj Second S ward A. K. Morgan; Third wind C. J V. Whlltakor; Fourth ward Honja- H mln Fullmer. These gentlemen will tako delluato action lit renting a place H bultalilo for ...

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. — 1 August 1914

p- u I I f i : I III --if-niT-1 ,n.n,.nnY.AUOOBT 1.19H. 5 SJs ' ' " " lllffi AM1UUUA FORK CITI.KN I if ;K A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT" fM PURIFICATION I -$m SIIHSUIUPTIOA JfflS One Year $1.60 MJfr. blx Mouths 90c H Offices Oppottttc Tabernacle. Phone 8." , m Entered us Second-Class Matter at ' 'M Postomco lit Amorlcan Fork, Utah. r M M L. W. OAI8FORD '. Manncr "f;,JB a. W. ROSS Editor Mimic Battle To Be I im Fought Near Alpine t m m ifly 'nn a"01111' ''mini "nil Detachment k Ll ' I't-giilnr Army (o .Miiincuu-r Xv ' fitf 'fil In Aorth Kml of Ulnli Count) A 'rjm Retail of Two Weeks Program. P'' IftH' 'r''t' l,tn1' iV,nt'0"nl Outird, consist s'3' fr 1K uf 4 nun "ll1 tlllrty (mcurn wl" : JjjfflS; H,nrt " "8 '"inunl oucnmpmnut to- $' :ifflp morrow, Companies from throughout M.'' PRI liJ Bl"'0 w'" "B8clnul" nt Provo, from K fltsL which point scries of mnncuvcrB ft wl Wl" bB'" " lll mnrcn uacl l,rB'1 P yl, American Fork nml Alplno toward ' cffeV li,rt 1'oukIiis. Tho innnouvor en- I $'"w cump...

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. — 1 August 1914

Wfi I', J I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I'' Mr. Loiiy K,l0(,C8 '8 lionio from If soldier Summit. I- Mr. Jiilln" K,I,B ot 0urr,L'1(1 8l'el'1 If no 24lh hero with his imrents. I I Mr. Wllllnm Friincoin or Sail l.iikc I' t.cnt Sunday hero. If jjUgK Hcilll llllllllll'tt Of AlpllIK Ih ! hrre vIhUIiik " "ur 'sister. I MR9 jcmir lllndloy Is a Provo vIsH- li 0r Uils week, I' (IrorRO and Klino Hunter wore Salt I lake visitors Sunday.' I olcii Storrs of Silver City, Ih Iiuiiio I' for an extended Htny with his par- I cuts. I Usllu Smith Hpt'iiL Thursday In Salt I Lake, In tlio Interest of his muulcal I, studies. I Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Wright ot lllns- I haidi motored to American Fork I Thursday, returning Friday. I Mrs.J. H. Forbes, Mrs. Knrl Ander. I ton mid MIbs Phoeho Adams lcavn lo- I day for Idaho for nn extended visit. I Miss Hminii IiiKorsoll returned to I Salt l.ako Tuesday, after a two week's I rlslt hero with her folks. The First ward Primary oflleors I tpent Wednesday afternoon at the I Ukc ...

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. — 1 August 1914

j mj AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST ' 1914' I 1 The Lehi Department flil FOrfflBrLelli P:' 1 1 Has Serious Accident 4 H Hunk (iltes Vny, JIu Drops Kleien '.' '! lt'' ''oll('e'1, Flour May Br $" tlH Hurt lutcrnnlb. feiH kT 'Wt Gainfully Injured by 11 fnll Into n gh ' i fw eot 8" nl tno Uarll,IKl HUKnr factory Wj mm Ocor50 Austin, gonurul agricultural UA WM superintendent of tliu Utah-Idaho Su- W i' nil! ,,lir COI,Umny nnu" president of tho s Imam l11'' WoolRrowors' association, woh MUral taken to Salt I-nlio on a 8pccl.il train h WfflB Wed. night and removed to the h. I). S. W 'llJP lioHpltal. Surgeons wlio examined IiIh j-jBffi InJurluH at tlie hospital reported his MKHlf roiidltlon to be favorable. .' WW AIr' Austlii was conducting an In- r IwKfi speclon of the now hIIo at tho sugar ffifffc factory Wednesday morning. Ho as- v mlAf cendod the trestle to Its upper rim. ! nSa A l,ll,ll( extended nut over tho &iu m Scl' a"u tll0lKh he knew that It was not Stat! ,,rm' x,r- A...

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