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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 26 September 1914

I AmericanMyk Citizen i 1 Bf v0,"m amkiucan Foim oiTJ$imuY, September -c 1914 ' IHSlH m rr. ;jsBL 'muwi .G, UK. NUMEMl 24 f,r IUiB I Theodore Nicholes I Found "Guilty" ' Cnlmlnotlon of Fnmoui (Srnnllo Cluli Case ItcMtlts In Vcrdlcl That I'rob- H blj .Venus Term In .lull. ' A Jury, In thu enso of Americnn Fork City vs Tlicodoro Nicholes, tried I., in-Judge Adolph Nielsen's Court Wed- m nesday. rciutorod n verdict of "guilty" against tlio defendunt for operating I, a nuisance In the form of the Granite I dub. This the Inst case growing out H of the operation of Hie notorious eH Oranlto club, which wns llnal'y rald- R ed by the Sheriff with an order from H the District Court two months ago. H The Jury who tried the case wae H composed of John Hunter, Stephen H! D. Cblpninn, Willard Chlpmnn and H Ren Hnlllday. Thoy wore out but " about twenty minutes beforo return- lk log their verdict. County Attorney tH' Grant Hnglcy assisted City Atty. J :S W. N. Whltccotton In prosecuting the rdfl c...

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. — 26 September 1914

H I- ai.,mv vJl Sit.xbatHIIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1014. ' ' MUTUAL FAIR GREAT SUCCESS fl 4 . . fl ' Exhibits of Boys' and Girls' (Jlub Work, Manual Training ' -l. Work, and General Exhibits By "Wards, includ- V inff jj'ancy Work ol Ladies, baul to Be B I, Jtiqual to That of State Fair. B 'I' Tim M. I. A. and School Fnlr cer- fl . tulnly Is nil that Its nrotnotors could V j j iiuvc desired. It wiib a revelation to fl I uvcry body. The ludlos' work wiib B. J- equiil to that of tliu State Fair, tho fl f i fruit, vegetables and grains would do fl credit to nn umpire, the stock was of B the highest class, tho chickens lnter- B isted the runcler and the manual B trulniiig work tells of the work helm; H done In the Hchools. H 'I'Iih Inside exhibits are divided In- H , . 1 1 1 1 1 ( HectloiiH, general exhibits, boyii' H and girls' club woik exhlblls and J The wnrd exhibits were almost com- H plcte t .units of thetitselves, Uenur- J ally they were divided, the boys In B the west loom and the gir...

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. — 26 September 1914

i - - "t'.Tjiii w, " -,TrB - - H m - B H I ... , - AMERICAN vtftiK CtTrRATntpAV, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1014. , L I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS ' Mrs. J. H. Drown -of Ogdcn, Is hero I lsltlng with Mrs. Elizabeth Kelly. 'I Mr. T. McCnrty spent Wednesday in Salt Lake. Mr. Auron Orecnwood Is home from I American Fork canyon. I Mr. Forest Adams returned from I Colton Wednesday. I Mr. G. N. Curtis spent tlio latter I part of the week 1n Logan. I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chlpman and Mr. I and Mrs. V. M. Groo spent Sunday in salt Lake. I Mr. Wm. Thurmnn of Provo, was I In American' Fork Thursday on busl. I I1P31. I Monday, September 28th, Joy will I make 1 do7.cn G photos for $3,50, and I give free one largo sepia photo In I new style artist folder mount, size 11 I by 17. Don't miss this opportunity. I Miss Elenore Cunningham left I Thursday for Salt Lake, where she I will be employed In Walker Bros. 'I Mr Oscar Wood of Woodscross 'I spent Sunday In American Fork, 'I Kucst of MIbs Pearl Kelly. I Mr. Hans Larson r...

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. — 26 September 1914

fi s Bjjj M AMBHICAN POIIK ITIZEM BATU1.HAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 10. . .! .- . -..--- I The Lehi Department I Big Play House Is Formally Opened Itioul 'Iheulie for (oiiU'iileiue, Cum f 01 1 ami lU-uut) One of the It (."it In The Hoyal Theatre wan (oruuilly thiown open to the public this week when the regular pi eduction of high eliiHH motion pictures was commenced ( taut Wednesday evening, llefore this, ' however, Kililny and Saturday oven-' lugs were "gel acquainted" nlghtH, J when the general public was the guest or the thoatiu mannKemunt j and was admitted fiee. The produc tions, both un the fiee nights and at the iegular opening, weic high class and cutcitululug and projected onto a out tain woudet fully clear and steady and with perfect perspectlve iiuhh. The big crowds which filled the house were well pleuscd. Thj Hoyal Theatre represents a to tal expenditure approximating $3(J,U0ii, according to Illuhop Lewis, who has! been the overseer In Its construction, and It embodies practica...

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. — 26 September 1914

VrT . "" SHhI I . " ' AMM1CAX POttKjplM 6ATt'UDAV, SMTKMM2II 20 1014. lH I. LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Non Is the best time to paint. Oct I your supplies-from People's Co-op. I Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. SIndo were week end visitors to Salt Lnko City. Mrs. Hnrvey Oakoy presented her I husband with a line baby girl lust I Saturday. H ' H Last Friday a baby girl wns born I to Mrs. Ilebecca Qoates Pulley at Ain- erlcnn Fork. I Miss Jcssio Scorey was hostess, I Monday evening, nt the weekly meet- I Ing of the Fourth Ward Sowing club. Mrs. D. M. Schultz, who underwent I a critical operation at the Lull I hospl- I ml last week, is Improving nicely. I Style, Comfort and Quality aro the features that mnko People's Co-op. I shoes popular. Let us show you I Dr Worlton made a trip to Cedar I Foil Monday, to attend David Horry, I who is suffering from a bad case of I blood poisoning. I Molvln Johnson returned this week I from a business trip to Wyoming. He I will leave in a few days for a trip to I Neva...

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. — 26 September 1914

BS 'p'-i mmWmmMWm Hi f'i'-' H BBBBV -,h ' B f j AMRIUOAN FQftK CITIES BATUBUAV. SEPTEMBER M, 1014. -- J; iff ' ... . ... H j ' LEHI LOCALS bbYM - BBBBf . J Don't iiiIhh tin; Autumn Electric BBBB7 -'j " Display dunces nt I .eh I Aciiileiny Frl- B ilii evening, October 2, 11)14. 2fi-lt B .Mm. Henry Smith of Codur Fort, BBBH 'j ' who is now visiting friends In I'rovo, BBBB j . Hjiotit tho week cud the guest of her BBVB I brother, Julius Ottcrson. BBVX I BO more Ladles Mllllnry SiiltH and BBVM , other kind Just In nt Chlpiiinn'H. S'u BBBB enn lit you mid your pocket. 20-It BBB Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Adiuns of Salt BBB I. uke City, wero tho guests of Mrs. BBBj Adatn'o father, Mrs. II. W. llrown, BBBJ early In thu week. BBBJ " Mrs. Charles Herron returned Mon- BBBI day from Salt l.uko City, where she BBB Hient Bcvoral days visiting with her BBfl mother, Mrs, Charles Pell. BBB I -nfu Chrlstoffersoii cntciluiiicd his BBBj FotiMh nl Sunday School class B Tuesday .enlng at a water inolloii B Mrs...

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. — 26 September 1914

.-'20 HH I AMERICAN FORK ClTlfcEK dVTl'HDAY, BEPTEMriRft 2,!, 19U, ' l (Pleasant Grove Department I I' . . fll Kyltehai I For Pleasant Grove a rrsniptou Tenders Resignation M- ,Dd Council Appoints Ell fl Fierce. Hue Krai-monthly meeting of the I Council convened Monday the K and gave attention to th fol- frHolutlon Axing remuneration the firemen was adopted. cwlnnan on Claims stated that ,ctiCfllty nil of the pavement do- Eutnts agrea ,0 meet pnst duea Kiln one month. rte Recorder was Instructed to Bio call the attentlou of the Salt K( nd Ulnh railroad to the dan. nil condition of the two road cros Kfi near Mr John Greens property, K (o urge that samo be givon lm Kjitte consideration; and to Egcst the Mountain States Tele Koe and Telegraph company to re Kie their jiolea from tho center of H itreets. Hp, R. Frumpton was released from H,ng a City Mnrsiial, nnd Mr. Has Pierce was appointed to sue. Btjblm, both to take effect October Hlill. The abovo action of the HW was contlrmod by vo...

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. — 26 September 1914

WT'" ' I I. I AMEMCAfc FORK QITlZBNBATUnDAY, 8EPTEMDBII 20. -9H- -- I ifl m o : AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i tin o H t. Tlio riM;Pn imo advortlslng spacn P t r-" Mr .Noii-.UvertlBor. If H Mr. S. L. Clilpmnn mndc n buslnoBs H9 trip to Salt I.nku Tuesday i Mm W. C. Smith loft Tuesday for n 81 week's visit In Koosovolt, Hm lllslio)) J. H, Storrs niado n buslnoss Ha trip to Storrs, Utnli, Tuosdny. Bl Confon.'iR'c mid fair time Is draw. H H liiK near. I BB I'or Quilts nnd lllnuket- Chipmnn's I HI bunt thorn all. 20-11 IH Tin' Imtm ball hoiihoii In over. Foe 9m ball will now bo hi order. 3 Don't miss the Aiituimi ICIectrU HH DUplay dunces at l.elil Acmlcmy Frl Hjl day evening. October , 1UH. -C-li Hl J. Tracuy Wootton spent Saturdu; HH- mid Sunday In Salt Lake, H9 .Mr. Ray Hoover of I'rovo, tti';iii Hj Sunday In American Fork visiting Hl Messrs Horace Heck nnd Uert Dun- Bi can motored to Salt Lake Wudnositny HS to register In tlio "U." lflHIK drapes tiro ilpo at Fwitlierstone's Hj...

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. — 3 October 1914

- ---------------l H I i r ( ku7 jRB B jfH I American ijork Citizen V0Lk XIL AMERICAN F01UC CITI7 5TUItDY, OCTOHKll 3, 1914. NUMBER 25 1 . l ? Our New Library Nears Completion x Manual Truliilng Itutlilln? On School Lot It Fitted Up By School Trus- tees One Thousand Volumes Hare 1, Ittcii Douutcd and Preparations Are Itclng Made for a Xotablc Muslcul 1 nnd Hook Shower. i i American Fork's now Public Li brary Is rapidly being rounded Into shape, both us to the building und Its furnishings, also as to the collection of the Intclectual matter, nnd tho or ganization of its management. Mo. chanlcB this week completed the crcc. H tiou of three double sets of book jl shelving, each twelve feet In length, H and which combined will hold over H 2000 volumes. Tho carpenters aro al ii so building railings, library tables and desks and other furniture contniucd I in any well regulated library. Tho I plasterers have completed the luth- lug and plastering of tho building, j I which Is 20 feot wldo...

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. — 3 October 1914

r.."-- r """"""" Mb m fl . 4' iff :---- : AMERICAN FORI, CIT1.X!TDAY' OCTOUER 3, 1014. 14 AMERICA?! I'OKK CIT1ZUM ') A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT ' PUBLICATION MUBSUIUPTIO.N One Year jl,50 j blx Months SUo J Ofllec: Opposite Tubernnele. Phtn ki Entered us Becond-Clsss Matter at 1'ostomce at American Fork, Utah. 1 L. W.AllsFORD Mana.tr KH ; s' w- uuss Kdiior Wm ' State ProhibiHon Convention BB J leading BB i;f WulkolS 111 l lull Signed U CUll BH v M " ''lg state wide iirolilhltlun coh- BH Hi tentlon to be held In Hull Lake City BB 'i 1 Monday, telling of Iliu BH ', desirability or organizing the IH oiiluuii foiccs mill K'-'t tin ti lendy for BflH ' , ""' fa" ra'"I'uU;M cull j'oen on KR i ', "T)l" hh: success Ih leportod BH il'" West Virginia, tho governor HB , willing dim i,ft(.r fuw months of VH ucluiul piohlbltlon "(he results tire HH marvelous to everybody, oven EK supporting thu now iflm." IH lollowlug neighboring suites IH vott tho 'lUostlon of stute-wldo B i prohibition this H-iir...

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. — 3 October 1914

I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I Mrs. W. H. Edmonds spout Tuesday I In Salt Lake. ' Miss Hentrlco.Loglo was down from I Salt Lake Saturday mid Sunday. H Mr. Elmo Hunter, loft yostoday for H an extended stny in Strawberry. H Messrs Dave Hunter and Charles H Anderson spent Wednesday In Provo - Miss Elva Chlpmnn spent Thurs- day In l'rovo. H Try Dunkley's Tamales Piping hot H with home made catsup, 10c. 3-lt Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adams "are here on n short visit with relatives. 1 Mr. J. T Donngby spent the foro. ' part of the Week in Salt Lake. H Mr. Emmett lugersoll of Oarfleld, spent Monday In American Fork. H Dunkley's Hot Plea served nt all H houre ut Dunkley's Confectionary H "Joe's Place." 3-lt B Miss 'Ana. linker of Salt Lnke, spent H tie forepart of the week In American H' Fork, isltlng her parents. H Miss Annie Walker of Pleasant H Orove, spent (Ik; week here, guest of H Miss N'ellle Huckwnlter. H Miss .NVIlle Duckwnlter and Miss H Mabel Storrs left yesterday for a 1 I eek'S vl8lt '" nl...

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. — 3 October 1914

mmmWmmJ ; AMBIUCAS' FOHK CITIZEN HATITWAV. OCTOHEn 3, 1914. ,. I HI The Lehi Department J B I Interurban Claims HH J Another Victim HB iiniiii B Adolph B tin' on u Intcrurlmi. B which tliii physlclani M oil the Ho BB "' lo H "II tile B the V he wont lo tin; aklc H to the m (lniwii (he B In some 999 lllll(' to (lie HIUII In tlio HH his on the 99W IiIh to lie BH i,it' ,"11'' B a distance H hIiIi from B doctor una secured. When B been mi B Inntlon tin-re little IH hope Ills B lih however, on the and rush- M to the Judge-Mercy In Halt LLLLLLLw e J&H ''"'(' ('"y' BBBBB ' fyl!p$ done to LLLLLLLf llrJ? ,l08 rat,l(-r A(I),I1'1 Hunger, WWM IftUl was Just leaving Suit Lake City BBBBf '$ ,l W"K" ""' accident happened, BBBBB fly. . home about 0 o'clock, BBBBK f he learned for the time of BB ,J,V iii i ii ii- B lffii "gor, their daughter, MrH. Clifton HL nll. ii M tl MrH. Clll took the 7:10 BBBBBfljfi ft! 1 1 r"r 'Slllt ' '"'"' (lly' BBBB flH'l '''"' t1'"'(,rtul!l'r young man was BSSSSff sif...

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. — 3 October 1914

j AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATTUDAV, OCTOUKll 3, 1914. - EM3H LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ! , 1 I o-TlcoTsmulii'B Academy, I Friday, October 9, 1914. I mini K Stanurlng camo down from Ogden this week on a short business lost -Tuesday A Httlo girl's i b,ack .nd blue coat. Return to S. I v Ro" untl bo rewarded. 3.2t The Orcm road will run special cars for conference from Lehl and 1 American Fork I Mrs. Emily Sabey arrived from I wilUburg. Tuesday, for a few weeks I vljlt ni, her daughter, Mrs. David I An tho latc,9tln Millinery Just in I t People's Co-op. 3u H MrJi Mnggie Carr entertained at a H children's party Tuesday afternoon, in honor of her daughter, Marie's, birth- B day Doctors II C. Holbrook'and W. T. Hasler went to 9alt Lake City Tues- day to attend the annual meeting and tanqaet of the Utah Medical Assocla H tion. B Sample Line of Children's, Misses' B ud Utiles' Shoes, 33 1-3 per cent B wing at Chipman's Bargain Dase- nent 3"U iB Work commenced this week on the B War Fort gymna...

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. — 3 October 1914

kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkY kkkkkkkkkH B ' f AJtKRICAK FORK CITIZEN' SATURDAY. OCTOBER 3, 101L , . . . H kkkV kkkkkkkkkkkkkV kkkkkkkkkkH kkkkkkkkkkkkH B , Hi H mil T' 1 If1 kkkkH t lr kkkkkW H ; B ; LEHI LOCALS Mr. Matt Carson nintlo n business trip to Fairfield Monday. Mr Harlow Fox wns n Snlt Lake City visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Walker of Salt 1 nke City, arc the gueBts of Mr. and Mrs W. II. l)aiiHl. Mr. DuWIlt Stoddurd of Canada, Is the guest of Miss Chnlta Davis this week. Mrs. M. M. Cuddle, who has been seriously 111 the past week, Is Improv ing slowly. Miss Juliet Knowltnn of Salt Lake City, was the guest of Miss I.lzzle Shaw this Week. Mrs. Koheit S. Fox entertained at n sewing I Monday afternoon. He fieslmieiiU were served. Mrs. Charles Ooutes entertained Tin-sdny afteinoou at a uulltlng bee Refreshments Were served. Miss .lessle Nelson of Salt Lake, Is the guest or Mn. Walter Taylor this week. Rev. I'hllllp King of I'rovo, will in-each at (he New West Sellout lioni...

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. — 3 October 1914

'' . AMERICAN FORK C1T12EN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 loll i I fpieasant Grove Department I Klarvey m safe In America 9Hm ' Links ills ArrTwil In Montreal- mffun ViilUng Sifter iu Washing. H'w'n-a '. ' ( jiancy, son of Mayor 'and H, ; j L. Harvey, la safe In America. Kktnn rrom lllm ,n8t Sunday' Liitced bis snfu arrive! an Mon HLiL Canada, ami nnotlior one fe HlLj a few days later told of his HT( la New York nnd his intention HTtlilt Waslilugton, where his sister, Kt d A. West, lives. tut frl(lay u lclter a,ul flvo I,oat H.4 from Uermany nnd a letter Hj&ten on board the ship, were HtftlteJ by Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvoy. In Bit later wiltten on the ship he Hjtt! that be was just passing some HtbarS off the coast of Now Found BL and would be glud when the Htrttvcd In the harbor. On the Hp ,cre " liundrcd Mormons re Hki1s to Utah among Kioto were Ellhu Call, Orgnlnst cbsll and Ilomanln Hyde who had Hfcg studying music and Harold Good Ktof Ubl. Ho had seen June West HL London, who had arrived fro...

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. — 3 October 1914

IZ ' ,,., uATL'HDAY, OGTOUEIl 3, 1914. mt-t.i AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN HA1 L nun Mmx " y AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS IJon't forgot tlm Wilson club lec ture In tlio City Hull tonight. Miss Rolvu Dooth spent Saturday and Sunday In 1'iovo. Mi 3. W. 55. Storru spent Friday In Gloomy Dance, Hmuln'H Academy, Frliluy, Uctobor 0, Mill. Minn Jiluneh Crundnll spent Satur day and Sunday In Salt Lake. .Mrs Clyde tlllluum uuil son, of l.ln don, spent Monday In American Foik Mr. Wm. Slu'lloii or Salt Lake, spent Saturday and Sunday with Ills wife The Cltlren liai advertising space to sell .Mr. Non-Advertiser. tf Mrs. Alice T. Steele returned Sat in day fiom n mouth's Visit to Venial. Mr. and Mrs. It. liindshaw of Lehl, spent Satuidny hero, guests of Mia John Chadwlck. Mr. Jay Wootton of Salt Lake, spent the week here with his puienls, Mr and Mrs John Wootton. Mr. Wyhern Foote of Eureka, spent pail of the week with his brother, .Mr. Mark II. Footo. Messrs Hugh lliown and Seymorc (liey of Provo...

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. — 10 October 1914

BBB'' S.h. -- Tirrr3' .- Wi' .w."'"wirw""'""it fBBBfl i IBB American Fork Citizen 1 I "" "'; AMEUICAN rOHK OITIHM SATl'UDAV, OI'TOIIIJU 1, tall " MMHEU S t Bl I Should Be Generally Known I SrhM I" Source of Sulphide Ore Dc. B jintlls in His Cottonwood, Alta and B American Fork, According (o Hy. B )othi"ls of Loral Operator. I While the theory of the oro desposl- I tlon of even the beBt known camps Is I even a matter of speculation and ar- gument seldom deflnately settled, yet I It Is always one of tho most intercst I Ing, in fact one of the moBt Import I ant matters to tho mine operator who must be more or less a student of I gecology as well as one of miner I alogy Holativo to the source of tho I sulphide ores found in several mines I In Dig Cottonwood, Alta and American I Fork, C H. Greene, manager of the Tar Daby Mining company, who has I just returned from having spent sev B cral months at the property In nig B Cottonwood canyon, gave the follow fl Ing as his hypothesis of oro d...

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. — 10 October 1914

I' p "i I 1'V -..,.. I tu; I H . ft' u IS ?I'-; AXfttntrutt pnmr, CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTODEn 10, lOU '' I . Wii I - KK AMERICAN l'OKK CITUEN If ,mjlu,f a progressive independent mgPjmi PUBLICATION I Wlu '' SUBSCRIPTION ' W$m 0ne Tenr 1-50 I ffifjKj Six Months 00c Ml 'j 0 filer: Opposite Tabernacle. Phene K jgflfcij Entered as Socond-Clais Mutter at jHf M Postomcn nt American Fork, Utah l '---'wl KM I.. W. UAIBPUrilJ Mfinaunr Li' JK Sl W" II083 Editor kII Political B&mwBU '""' l10""0"1 l()l ls beginning to SfrjlHfifi '"'" "'"' '" ''"' lu'lir fltllro orators $$KBbSi "vv-111 lie declaiming on (lie glories of P'wWMt ' ""'' l'rol,'(:tlw' tariff anil the great W 'iUUez i wisdom of Piesldent Wilson In his & mmWWti watchful walling policy. When the BN99b Kinoko ot battle has been cleared I'Hu iiwii.v, -- of I ho things that will l f'ShBh revealed may lie to find that nil tin .HR county ofllceis have hceti elected from tajHHHR l'rovo anil the south end of l'tiili &-HHbI county. r ...

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. — 10 October 1914

AMBfttCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, lot I. f RjPH .RIOAN .FORK LOCALS Ijtrs. Sttdle eary was' 'n Provo Thursday. i I Mla Mer,e Boloy BPonf Friday In glt,Lalco, ' 'jir and Mrs. Jcsao Qroen wero In gilt Lake Thursday. I Mr. Charles Preston of Idaho, la I tre ylsltlDK relatives. I Mr. J. W. Jonos wont to Salt Lake I jeiterday for .a few days. , I A baby boy wos born to Mr. and I Mn. Martin Nielsen Tuesday. I Mil Leona West of Pleasant Qrove 9 wai here visiting friends Thursday. I Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert of Ida- I ho, are here visiting relatives. I Jtmes A. Miller of Salt Lake, spent I the week here with friends. I Martin Nlelson made a business I trip to Salt Lake 'Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson were I In Salt Lake Tuesday. I Hods Larsoh spent SqtuTday and I Sunday in Salt Lake. Miss Ha2el Chase left Thursday for I a week's visit In Prove I Roy Cooper of Provo, Is the guest I of his sister, Mrs. Martin Nlelson. Mr. Ras Cofford of Provo, was B here the forepart of the ...

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. — 10 October 1914

I' '1 If ES'.i' MKRICAN FORK ptt,7F.N' SATURDAY, OCTQDER 10, 1DH. II The Lehi Department l Canal Companies Build Mm Big Dam and Wiers hwm BVl&i 'rt' sl"'l,l,l1 6-"',0UII Tor Construe- rc-BflKX """ W'" mill .Mny Dredge H'iflnHlf .Ionian Ithcr. W'WhOSJL Mr. Wi. A. Knight, general mnnng- lP9flra cr for tllu Snlt ''alt0 County Assocl- raJ0Rn ,ltc'1' Cannl eoinpr.nles, started nbout EwH twenty men and n dozen tennis to W-'WUBi work tlilu week on tlio big duni iinil K BBf wlers v.Mfh thy Associated cunipan raiHil luH wl" ''""l' '" "' Jonmn River In EHBH "'" s'u'ow8' it ""-' ,iL'n(i f "u! tin IcmI l1"1' Stilt I-"!10 id the Cast Jordan SKc canals. llSBn '' ''"' 'ILIU' W(,r,iS wl" uu for "10 I'1"'" JOKflRi K)t)c of Impounding the waters of PnflUHef Utah I. like, also to measure the water iWHRx received liy these caunls and to dls- l&BmrI trllnite the luiliuice to the canals tak- fc'SHlf lK water at a point further down the iflUsl river. The works' also consist of a t'Hw wlur, so that...

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