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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 22 August 1914

gAmgrtgajgJork Citizen il 1 erim Reaper Claims ?' Estimable Young Lady B y Cnrol Trait After Brief Illness H rssct Awny In Suit LbIcc Hop. I 0,npsB Saturday, Mlsa Mnrtlm Carol 1'rsitt, "nA the scvcutcon-ycnr-old daughter of Mr. and Mr8' ,rv,nK ' pt died In "B slt l'iko cll'' SUn wnH aright, I lovable girl nnd tho showor of llornl H tributes and ninny who nttonded tho H funeral services, both here nnd In trufl Provo, showed tho untvorsnl esteem e 9 In which filio wns held. H' A week Inst Sundny Bho gave tho " lesson In her theological claim in Sun- " day School, but left before services ron!fl er0 ovcr nccaUB0 of feeling II). In H" the evening doctors wore consulted H and her symptoms Indicated append!- """ citls, excepting that tho pnln was In ,1 the left side Instead of the right. I Later In tho week sho grow steadily ,H worso nnd waH taken to tho L. D. S. ' hospital Friday. Kmlnont physicians were consulted nnd declnred the ensn ,H to bo pennllls nnd too serious to por .H mlt of a...

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. — 22 August 1914

pp- ""B"BBflvJMBBBBBBflBflBBBBBBlBlBBBBBBBBBBBBBB ,v' t f f ?v Www!WR ' '' .. .. w . . ,. SBJBJBB Ik! '4 " I Wffl AMERICAS' FORK CIT1EBS flAgnDAV. AU018T 28, 1914 '!v I B1 .n:uc fork citize.v Hi A PKUORKB31V13 INDEPENDENT H PUULIUATION WW .SlhbCltll'TION jBHflf One Your $i.5u pjB blx MonillB , j(jc H9J Ofilcc: Opposite 'Inhernncle. l'liono 85 BJBB Entered ns ducoml-Ultitts Mutter ut BjBB I'oBiollico ut American Kork, Utah. HB 1 VaAISl''OJtlj Mnnncor I S. W. HUBS Editor HI Pleasant Grove Locals M K Miss Mary Iticluircls Ih 111 with up. ' I B iiemllcltln. HH Mrs. Murthn Itlhhlns or Provo, was Hj tin; guest of Mrs. 1). X. AiIuiiik Wed-! BftB H Mr. und Mrs. V. L. Hayes nre 8BH spending n week cmnpliitt on thj JBIBf Strawberry. BBBffi vAV' I'ror. Joint C. Swenson or the II. V. j jB' L'. Hpcnt Thursdny visiting Ills Plea- ' H Hunt Urovu rclutlvoH. SIB Mr. mid Mru. Ilyrum Joliuuou left H yesterday for u week's visit ut Wild- & wood 8BJ Cy Kemp und family returned KrI-, B dny from u wee...

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. — 22 August 1914

)g ' I RIOAN FORK LOCALS 1,1 . fl , Duy bread made nt homo. A. F. 11. ' J. H, iHshop Storrs spent tho latter port 2H of ,e week nt Stdrrs, Utuh. ' fr I'' ' 5, A' W,lt'8 rdtun,ci1 Monday, ' M B! jfter a week's visit In Ulnghnm. "if I Mrs. W. C. Haii-cii' went to Salt B Uke Wednesday for n few day's visit. 'd or ' ircr B' Miss Hobii Durrant spent Sunday In - ' Ogden. Han1! B Mrs. Edith Taylor of 1'rovo, spent 3t-pd H Tuesday In Acmrlcnn Fork. r or. jrs, Ella Green, who has been very bar. H ,(( for some time, Is Improving. Pies- 8-tf I Mr. Daniel llrowcr spout Monday " - I and Tuesday In Salt Lake, land y . ,1,ss 'Mlnnl Fluck of Codnr Fort, J I gpent Tuesday and Wednesday hore, iuroc ' tliltlnK American Fork friends, mn'i ' 6-tf . Mr. Koss Ingorsoll of Eureka, spent I a few days this week In American I Fork. I Tho H. I'- C. S. Sorlsis moots at salt H the homo of Mrs. Leo. T. Shelley jnj. I next Friday aftornoou. B Get tho little ones ready both tho grade nnd High schools open Soptcm ' ...

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. — 22 August 1914

- - - m 4MBBICAW WRK QIW.BN flATt'BPAY. AU0U8T 22, 1014, ; I The Lehi Department ' E Warn Htf"'1 H Public School Jl II ; Gommence Sept. 8th. I 1,1x1 of liiHlriictors mill Place her I The,) Will Tench. H I Principal W. K. Hopkins niul Trim- teea S, I. Uoodwlu niul Leonard I'd- II (thou went to I'rovo, Snturdny, tc attend n meeting of tin; principals yHf nnd tniRteeH or the county. Sunt. J BHH 1 rcatou Creer presided. jHM It wna deelded thul nchool will bo n$ conducted for thirty-four weeks mid jHf eloRU Mny II. The lime or opening Bchool wna left to eneh district, mid flBi will ho governed by loenl coudltloiiB. f Some districts will suhjiuiuI school for 4MB ( period during the boot digging sou- sou to give the boya n chnncu for '4E innnunl triilulng on the beet Ileitis HE Whether one or two week'n vncntlon HB will bo given at ChrlBtmiis will nIo MB bo determined rociilly. All the ills- 'ffEul trlctn will glvo n week's holldny i ril 'ljjfBJi ThnnUHglvlug when tho Htutc teach- nDK era'...

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. — 22 August 1914

1 if "5555; gfe 7" - - . VMnncw Fomt oing!WhrfHATi im.av ,rm j , Mf LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ' i; .. t jTjoiics. who I'ns boon living at Bsfarer, movcl buck to Lchl this week. Mflt Clcnrmiop SijJo on Slippers ojfor,ig nt People's Co-op. 22-lt HjLchrlstliui Harrison spent Tuos- IBair In S.dt ,,illc Clty " ul,B,n08S fliers. Blr. MrB iNl Al I',l,,,,,or " S:llt Ml'tcCM wpro "10 K'losts of Mr. nr.il Bn Geo, A ",u8 ,H1 pnst week. I 1-0 S. l"tl "r ",K"", Canyon, was I Via l11! 8CVOr"' (lny'' -h'H wcel (,f,K" I BilHirffr )"BmoBH I'ltoroslB liorc. I' B'-'Mr- Hnrrlol Hnwklimif.Snlt Lake I BflVi ns j tlnllor' at din home of I B Krs. Tliomntt Husson- Sunday. . I -: jrg j A Horlnsu wilt Join her Iiuh. I H nod, now making his' homo In Kn- I B Dili. Ih' wrrk' I B MrJ. Jo'111 Y Smith unil children of I B Sl" ,J1,v0 Cliy' nru SI1.,'Kllnl' lc" '''" I BCJBIllr,sat tlic Saru,RnvSurl"la' Mr. I B sE"h 8',c"t Kvora' i,i.,j'8 "i t,i,H ioi'- I B't)" resort 'ods I DOrs I B Tbcrc "r lcnl hnrgalim In sIiooh W...

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. — 22 August 1914

Mi jK' AMBnicAw'ronic cn-iaa satcudav, august 22, 10U I, Hi lehi locals BtK I-ovi I'll 1 11 lis Is greatly adding to HK Ilio beauty of liia Btirrpundlugs by II gMng Ills home a now coat of paint. H H Itiickor Merc. Co, uro the local autli- H H orlzed dealers Tor Hoynl 'Pallors. Got I their prices $13.G0 to $30.00. 22-It IU l.ovl Phillips went to Knit l,nko HH City Thursday evening to attend the HH wedding of his nephew. II H Sue) Zimmerman drove a hunch of K beer steers from l.ehl to Murray Sat. M Bj unlay for the Murray Aleut and Live HI .', Week Co. H K ' Mr. nuil Mrs. Klmer Peterson went II to Halt I.nko City Tuesday to go Mw through thu Temple. They were tic- HK compnnled by A. J. Evans, luK Always see People's Co-op. for JH v gtiallty at the right prices. 2MI IK The Itussou family held a reunion iE at Saratoga Saturday afternoon. Tlio HB ItUBSons arc one of the largest fnm- H Hies In the city. jjB Mr. Francis Klrkhnm of Halt Lake SjM ' City, la here mixing land sales with HE u ...

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. — 22 August 1914

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHjHHHHHi""rV -" "-- 5? " Wmb H? w7V? HHJ I v' I IIbh W " '"I! - - "- li i . A'fcftftm " CITI55BK SATI'HDAY, AlMttT iau , IHI I Pleasant drove Department " 1 1 psi WardWins Prize HLd ffnnl n dose Second, With Brierllfnt KpsiiHh in the Third. Hjno clean up period having oxplr Aiguit 17tli, tho coinmlttco of the m wards proceed to tho nllotmciit EtL prizes of $10 to tho clcaticHt Erd and $5 l0 tllc 1,oxt elenneat, Hh jotnn time ago waa offered by tiownsmnn, L. W. Lund: so our Hording committee of J. It. Hulll Kf from the First, N. P. Pou'son K the Second, nnd Jga. Hilton from t TMrd wards, wcro aolcctcd, and trip or the entire city whs made H hi auto. A thorough Inspection VLt, and after careful checking, the MM prize was awarded tho First ward Kj the second to tho Second. ' Hftc method adopted by tho com HfttK, was to mark each place where Ht work bad been dono well on tho Hkfilk and to tho centor of tho Kt, with a letter "A;" those. kh where some work had been K(, but ...

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. — 22 August 1914

IP fig AMERICAN PORK GlTlZEN' SATURDAY, AUOUBT 22, 10H. Wl (- 0 jBI AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AHD PERGONALS , I.MIhb Kiln Storrs was a Provo visit Mr. A. C. AdniiiHOii was in Bolt l.nkc Monday on business. Nuy bread inadu tit homo. A. I''. 11. Miss Minn ami .Tauk Vnnmy wore Suit l.tiko isitors tlilH week. .Mr. V. W. Southwortli wiih In Halt l.nku Monday on business. "Paid In Full" Six partH another j,rniilt abcaliil comliiB lo the Orient. "Mr. mill Mrs. H, F I'nrier iiml chll ilicn Bpund Sunday in American Fork MlBU Irene Aeson or Salt l.nkc, la lioro vIbIUiik for a week or ten days with Mr. iiml Mrs. V. 1). Loveless. MIhh Vina Oroo leturncd Siiturda) from Salt Lake: MIhh I'iiiiIIiio Hy wator accompanied her homo. 1 Mrs. Kills Preston Iimb returned from a visit with friends In Hnlt l.nke mid FaimliiKton. Support homo Industry hy purchns Ink hi end at American Fork Dakery. . Mm. A. C. AdauiHOii and children upoitt Monday In I.elil, visiting her .lister, Mrs. Ouy Evans. Mm. .Inmos Chlpman,...

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. — 29 August 1914

'I "fc j. 4 J ' I iArner ican J-prk Citizen I Ml ll AMIJHR'AN FORK CITIZEN sJ'HUAV, Al (Ji SI m i7i7 t H Kiel of Guilty 1 Sentenced to "Die" cH Hig .Intoxicating Liquors" On KXl Before Judge Morgan Found E, Ilarc Hce Vor L'n'n"'11 l'r L( Sfuleiici'tl To Ho Destrojeil. H&e of the most stubbornly con- L iqUor cases over tried In Utah tthat of Utah County va. "Certain Eilcallng Liquors," seized in n ro- Kfjidon tho QrnnUo Club or Am- Kin'ork. Tho Jury In tho enso i Empannclcd Wednesday, August I E, and brought In Its verdict of E? tho following Tuesday evening. i KLt Morgan Issued an ordor for lta Euctlon soon after tho verdict was Kaong thoso who went from Am- Eta Fork (o glvo testimony In the ' E were Mnrslinl Dromlcy, Police Eer Duncan, Wm. nullock, cx-bar Er for the club, Irving L. Pratt, ' E Recorder Forbes, County Com- Eloner D. N. ClirlstciiBon, Alma Kcwowl, Hunt Harrington, Vcrn E;, Wm. Peterson and Detective Erson of Salt I ako City. -Tim club K ihown to bo anything but th...

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. — 29 August 1914

mvlh 1131 I fit AMER1CAK FORK QfflgMBA AUGUST to, 1014. J HM AMEKIUAN r'OUK C IT 17. ISM HB A I'KGUHKSSIVH INDKPENMSNT un puhlication HH suHSCiurrioN .E Ouo Year J1.C0 HlH blx Mouths 90c Rra Oflitc: Opposite Tabernacle. L'hono 8.i K Entered as Second-Class Mutter at HB 1'oatofnco nt American Fork, Utah. ftjill L. W. aAlSFOItb Manager 3HK S. W. 110SS Editor UB Pleasant Grove Localn n!K Mm. .Ins. V. Thorne wan a SprliiB- sliff VH'' visitor during tin? week. yHH Miss Hiul lo MIIIh spent Tliurmtii) Hh ultjlit lii Suit Lnke. PK Hoys' mill Girls' School Shoes ill n MBii ; quiit). CIiIiuiiiiii Hui'Kiilu lhiseinent. HK Mifl. IM. Wwlloy mill Mis. J. 0. Hal K . lliluy iiru HifinliiiK it few dnys In H.ilt jE; Bb' Mr. mill Mrs. A. - 10. Cooper inu' HBb'. . thiUKliters niloi'il oer lo Prove -9BV Thuriuluy. ,H MJB, 'MIhs liez.lo Blioi'll went to Murrn) HBe! Tuesday, to nttenil tin wedding of 'hei (VVM cousin, Miss llertlm Trip. ,Wm Mrs. Vera Johnson of I'nysoii, wiip HBa Hit) guest of her sister,...

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. — 29 August 1914

P-'' W. AMERICAN PORK LOCALS Bf Atfy. C. M. Deck Was In Snlt Lnko ; Monday on business. H ' Mr. nml Mrs. Stun Dean spent tlio fl'! forepart of the week in Salt Lake. f Mr. McCrosaman of tlio Golden m', Rule, spent Sunday In I'rovo. w, "... H; Mrs. H. A. Choovor spent the past H' week In Salt Lake and Qarflold. ft' Mr. nnd Mrs, II. It. Small spent the B forepart of tlio week in Salt Lake. S, Mr It H Walton spent the latter H" part of the week In Salt Lake. H: Mr. Hebor Bates was In Salt Lake H' Thursday on business. ' ''H' Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hutchlngs S' gpfiit Thursday in Salt Lake. -9' Mr. T. J. Parker is confined to his ifl bed with an attack of appendicitis. x S' Mr. It. L. Dassett returned home B Wednesday after a throo month's B Wsit In Southern Utah and Nevada. BT Mr and Mrs. Frank Crossman of H Fairfield, spent Monday and Tuesday H In American Fork. H Mr. Jones nnd Mr.' loorflcld of fl. I'rovo, were horn on business Thurs- V day. S Miss Katie Chadwick went to Salt X. Lake ...

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. — 29 August 1914

i i A IM """ - " pr 5 n 81 AMEHICaS' FOUR C1T17.1W 8ATU.WAV, ATOUST20. 1914. .,. 5 . . I The LfchTDfcpartment ! gMlJKj is . Aft I J. J. Bolin Dies From Operation ('nine In I.clil i'liini Sniilh Carolina In IS'll, Was I'recenlliir of f.nrut JuinuB .1. ltolln tiled In a Salt l.nkc lioHpltnl Monday evening, aflor tin dcii;olni; mi operation enrly In tin ilny. Ho never fully milled nflr ttic operation. Kor two years Mr. llolli. Iiiu Ixen buITci Iiik from " Rrovvth In the hluddcr, Kor Ihn iiuat several liKinthu Ills cnao him been known tn be very HcrloiiH, niul lit hint in the hope of iiaviiiK his life, nn ojiu'rutluii was decided on, bill when the opera tion revealed Hie nnlura of the nil iiH'iit, no hope for IiIh recovery wns oiitorlnlned. Mr. llolln was bom In York Coun ty, South Ctualliiii, .lime 17, IS!,.. Twenty-six yenra ago lie wiib bap tised a member of the Mormon church and on Mnrch 14, 1801, landed In l.ehl with his family. He rcnlil.il here for eleven yearn. He then moved to ...

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. — 29 August 1914

I 'Ml I V I f "-T-r; AMRniPAN PQ11K ClTlg&J 8ATt RDAY, AtWfiT 29 101, v ' H ! LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Everything now In Silks just lit at I people's Co-op. 20-lt I Mrs. Maria Loader Is visiting for a week with lier slstor, Mrs.' Patience I Archer, In I'lcasnnt Grove, I Alf fla"1 nf Cellar Fort, was In Lehl the I'ist week on his way to Gnr I land. I James M Klrkham rpturnod fioni I an extended eastern business trip Sat- unlay. Mrs. 0. A. Slado returned homo I from tho hospital last week and is I recovering nicely. I Mrs Rachpl Campbell and daugh- fr, Jennie, of Salt Lake City, aro I visiting with Mrs". Campbell's sister, I Mrs. 0. A. Sladc. I I Boys' School Caps take the place I of the summer straw hats. Chlpman'B I havo tho kind tho school boys use. I W. E. Jones caino In from Eureka, I this week, where ho has been engaged I helping to reconstruct and build tho I old power lino from Lchl to Kurekn I August Clearance Salo on Slippers I and Oxfords continues at People's I Co-o...

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. — 29 August 1914

mi I j AMERICAN FOKK QiTlggy a'-'"". AUOUBT 20, 1914. I Hi' LEHI LOCALS 91 Mrs. Walter Tnylor Is n Stilt Lokc H H City visitor this week. iH Mrs Myrtlo llolbrook of Uountlful, IB Ej is visiting with her parents, Mr. iiud laHJE Mrs. Thomas Hubsoii. 9 Miss Paulino Mny of Halt Lake City. ! W. is the gucBt or Miss Homers IngnllH rfl B ''' I)nm,,B "PH "lul Mr- MllU c"r" i-M K Ron made business Mips to Halt Lake E K City Tuesday. " M H S'1' Jl'"' Tal1'' '""' HH"'1' "f '0!l' 'flftf nr,! l1"' i;'"'stH of Miss Illniich Willi. fljK Hny your School Shoca, Kelioo whHEj ' Drt'ittcfl anil School Clothes at fen iaHf ph-'H co-op. -t'-n jK Mr. anil Mm. S, I.. Wells and fain )K lly are spending two weeks in Sal $Hn If J oil vrniil the llanncr to do )oii, flK .lull Work (lie paper Unit Imosls jou JHp lot n rail S. V. Hois. K Airs. .John Durham and Miss Helot JIK Durliam or linuutlful, are visiting Mrt MB X, Whalley this week iHK Miss Lauretta KniidHon, who ha 9HB heen In Salt Luke for the past month H...

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. — 29 August 1914

I HI I Pleasant Qrofe Department " 1 11 I Will Can Fruit I In Two Mote Weeks' Uulliliiib' l'ructlcnlly Completed ami .tliuhlnery Aow llelnnr H Installed. B Woikmon yesterday commenced B moving tlio lnuchlnery Into the new B cumilng factory, end commenced put- 'H ting the mnchlnory In Its proper H place. The building 1b now prnctlc- H ully completed, nnd within tho next H two weeks It is hoped Hint the pre- .serving or fruits In caiiB will have H commenced. Ed. Alktro has been employed to ' Inbtull the machinery, but an expert H in tilt: cunning business will arrive H within tho next few days to supervise H the urraugement nud location of the H machinery and probably to superln- H tend and manage tho business for the 'B short run tills Benson. H The company intends canning to- H matoes and nil kinds of fruit that can H bo obtained at tho time the plant will H be in oporation. Undoubtedly tlicre H will bo plenty of fruit to keep it go- H tag. It is tho intentions of tho coin- H pany o...

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. — 29 August 1914

IN I l AMERICAN FORK niTIZBNBATUBDAV.AUOUBTjO.JtH. I HE . , , 'rsssssrs HI I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS LJJE Duy bread niiido nt home A. V. U. jpjH Mrs. Charlotte Fcuthcrstone went HBj to Salt Lake Tuesday. H B Mr. Jim Dunkloy or Suit Lake, was H fit liero on business Monday. D ft BJ M Mrs. Jesso ChookHton and children D K wont to I.L'hi Monday, for a week, HE'. Mr. V. M. (lino wiih a Bait l.akt H & visitor Monday HE? Von can huy boys Oskosh, Crown JWK Pita:, Underbill lilli overalls, R to If HI yuan, nt lEe al the Hidden Itnlu ' fBlj Mrs. Slnry Stevens of Victor, Idaho HKff Is hem for n Hlioit visit with frleiidt HVft ntnl i datives, HHj. Miss Urn Htoirs spent Sutiuilro HH . and Sunday in l'rovo, guest of hui Si hi other, (Jeo. A, Btorr. DBJ Mrs. Hub Fern ley and children ol HK Heaver, nio here vlBltlug with hoi HE parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Heck. HR, MIsb Kcllle 1'a.Mnan of Snlt Lake H Is horn visiting with her mother, Mis HX v fCmlly I'nxmnn. HB Miss May Walker left M...

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. — 5 September 1914

1 American fork Citizen 1 B v'x"- AMBinctN- Foiling! . WKn.H-.gKm.yii,, ,,, " NOMDEitm . ;lw ft Granite Club Manager I; Again Under Arrest ii Bf ThfOdnre Nleli6lcs Arrested for Sol- Hiif Hn Six llotllos of Beer (o Law- Hi' rrnrc Hutchinson Who Confessed (o H llaTlng Sold tl,c Same I,cer to Small B Boys. ., fjrnm Duncnn, acting city marshal, I", arrested Theodore Nlcholes Inst Wed H; ticsday for selling Intoxicating liquor a unlawfully. Tho complaint charges Iv him with selling six bottles of beer Bl to Lawrenco Hutchinson on July 2nd, lVi one of tho days of tho home coming. B Mr. Nlcholo's plea was "not guilty no Bl " usual," and ho wan released under H' J600 bonds. Tho trial will come up H? The same day Lawrence Hutchln- H-' son was tried for selling six bottles H of beer to somo small boys on July H 2nd. He entered n plea of "guilty," Hi and scntcncoWns suspended on him. B Hutchinson had been In jail slnco his H arrest last Saturday. H It appears that tho case developed H: from th...

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. — 5 September 1914

MM H ' AMERICAN FOIIK GITIHB gATTnDASEPTE.NmER 5 ,1014 --. IK AMliUICA.N POKE (JITIZU.N K A PR0URKBS1VE INDEPENDENT PU11LICATI0N IB SUIIHCUIPTIO.N ft One Year .T....J1.G0 Mm feix Mouth oc m OMeei Opposite Tabernacle. Phone So D Uotered as Sacouu-Claai Matter at HP PoitoBc at Amaiicau Fork, Utah. IK U W. OAISFOUU Manager H S. W. HOBS Editor 1 1 Important Changes On IE Salt Lake Route He I Urolith Trains Id Coiiiu Through j Utah Vullcjttlll Also Mvvt Inter. HK urbuu Rules. 9mm Time ctirdB wore IbhuuiI yoatcrday jH , by the Suit Ltiko Ituute unnouncln Hf the withdrawal of tntltiH fi:i nrnl 01 Kj und directing two through trains bo- H ' tweeti Salt Luke City and Los Ango- K;j leu, to come through Utah valley. K I The changes are effective tomorrow, K;i Arter today No. 01 lenvea Salt l.ako H City at 8 p. in. and nrrhca In Lehl K at 9:30, American Fork at H.US and B. Pleasant Grove at 9MG p, in. No. (!-', H returning from Nophl, arrives at K PleuHimt Grovo at 4:34, Amerlean mW Fork at 4:4...

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. — 5 September 1914

1 ' flt- , HI K HI .fc -. AMERICAN' FORK OITIKCSN BAfOUDAY, SHl'TEMDKR 5 tail - ' - Kajiri.Steo"A"dorBO" 8pent K,j3lt Lnke. HLi MerlTTnylor nnd Sn'dio AyCT Suny i ' BMrnl Wednesday in Kj ifrTvvT"H. arnnt spent' K American Fork. BfElUbctnelly nnd son, Lr Saturday for an extended Hlbe east. Krser Floyd of Salt Lake, was jE of Miss Dora Hunter Sun- iaaE' Ed Mn, C. W. Pctorson spent Kt In Salt LcKe and Cotton- K for "Tho Lnst Volunteer," Kn" and "When Romo Ruled," ftVto the Oprca House. C-it Vohn Hulsh of Pnyson Is the (ler daughter, Mrs. U. L. K (or a ten day's visit. Kjehn McKlnncy of Salt Lake, Tuesday In American Fork on Bttd Mrs. 0. S. Peterson wcro of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lee Sun- Li Albert Leo, I.enord .Wilds Bbrlle Mercer spent Saturday Etday In Salt Lake. BiCaislty, manngcr of the Provo Ky.1, spent Thursday in Am Hrork on business. HfUary Fox of Lehl, haa been tf In Southworth's Cash Store ifast week. k Whltecottou of Provo, was Kcrlcan Fork Wednesday on busl- t wCmma King has retu...

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. — 5 September 1914

E J ift1 m & r iii ' I AMantm rOHK CITlgfiN' SATURDAY, BBt'TEMDER 5 ,1014 . 1 V.'.the Lehi Department PR &"' ' M mjt ) --j IE " 'A Wilson Club II '.; Enthusiastically Launched K Addresses Miule II) lion. .Initios II. II K Mo) Irs mill I'nmi Visitors. H B t An cnlhuHlnsMu lumen of young poo In t- plo gutheied at tin.' Cuimiu 'lul elul HH W'otliieHiiny evening io oi.inliro u Bm Wood tow WIIhoii vltili, mill listened lx HB - tin iiitilii'Hii hy lion. .Inincs II. Moylo H '. I le lloiiioornllo-I'ioyresslvo oaiiilldah H tur I'lilted Hliiten Senator. Hi nest H . AImUoii piosldcd in the mentliii; mm B ' wiih elected ehnlrniiui or the club. Tin WM, olhcr ollieerH were: V A. Child, VI re HB I'ruHldeuf; .MIh Key TIioiiiiih, tleerc- H tiny-TrctiHtiror; lCxooutlvo CominlUce, H .l(iuc))1i. Anderson, Mr. F. A, Child, H tinier Peterson, Knrl '1'Iioiiiboii Mini B Miss Ida Tliiiriiuiii. W. I J. Kviins, B Knmst ..Mndson ninl !'. A. Child were Hj ide:ted ti eonunlllee on (.'(institution CTH mid...

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