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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 October 1914

I AMERICAN FOniCOlTIZIiW SATURDAY. orrrniw.ti in iou IIS'H I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hi 0 ' Mr. J. E, Cotter mndo a business trip to Salt Lnko Monday. I A now shipment of Provo Blankets ; Just In at People's Co-op. 10-lt ' Miss RutlrHcndorson of Provo, was I the guest of Mrs. Win. Hadlleld tlio I early .part of the week. B Have you young men seen those Smart English Suits that como in tho ' tarton plaids at Chlpman's. 10-lt I Mr. Henry Hasler of Mt. Pleasant, Is tho guest of his brother, Dr. Has I lcr, this week. H Mr. Archie Sorrenson, who has been I in Pocntello, Idaho, for the past six I months, returned home this week. Elwood Thomas has been' appointed assistant teacher in typewriting at tho Lehl High School. I All the latest Fall Styles in Foot- I wear are now ready for your Inapec. I tlon at People's Co-op. 10-lt I The auction sale of J. A. Borlace's furniture at S. K. Jackson's home H Saturday, drew a large crowd atld re H suited in rather spirited bidding. I Mrs. D. W. Tho...

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. — 10 October 1914

I - - i AMERICAN FOlllt oiTBEN v nnTODEIl 1, I. , LEHI-LOOALS ; Mr. D. H. Allred i nmkliiB Ually I trips to Provo, serving on the Jury. i' MIbh Illntich Hertoll fell out of an i " - aj)i)lc tree early In the week and BJ ' broke hur arm. ' jf Miss Ore Whipple had her tonsils BJ ' J j removed at the Lehl hospital yester- ' ' , day. i f i A now baby nrrlvcd at the homo of Oi- Mr. and Mrs. Curlon Scjiow Tuesday M" night. Mother and baby doing line. ' il . ,4' M- j -Ml"3- Jesse N, Smith, who was quite (! Ill several daya during the past week, 7y& Is Improving. i,'i''f ' ' &$" I Mrs. Laura Nye's 20-months-old f 'ii'.'f baby Is still very sick, with but little Svila'i ,,01U llt''1' ou' for "8 recovory. . ','. Miss Ida Mannlnc of Lehl Junction, '5W.! who hua boen suffering with a case of JKSwh' typhoid fever, Is recovering. BPsr Thomas Powell left for Nevada Y Ste$&i Sunday, where he will spend the wln- tc Ik''' tur ' SII J"88 A,nry lMcCnrrIc entertained a V WfiEtxl erowd of ouu...

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. — 10 October 1914

.' .BBB I ' ' II BBBI I BBBI 1 - '' " AMERICAN' FOmc CITIZEN SATURDAY. QCTOIiRit in m,.t . HI 1 1 Pleasant Grove Department I I fndisn War Veteran I Answers Last Gall I Htnson Walker, One of First Children iota Id Suit Lake City, nnd mi firly Settler of Pleasant Grove, bH Age 70. Henson Walker, a son of Henson I Walker, one ofthe original 147 Utah I pioneers, died at hid homo In Plea I uDt Grove, .Tuesday afternoon. Ho ut been suffering -from stomach trouble for a year, and for several B months had been confined to his B room, though of recent months had I teen able to do light work around B home. Monday, while milking his cow, he was taken suddenly worse tnd the end Camo the day follownlg. Mr. Walker was born In Salt Lake City June 13, 1848. With his parents B he came to Pleasant Grove during Its I early settlement. When but eighteen I years of age he enlisted In tho Black I Hawk Indian War, and was one of the leaders In all of the veterans ro fl unions. I October 24, '1868 he marr...

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. — 10 October 1914

iff" Hi HI AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATCUDAY, OCTOHKn 10, 1914. W 5 p Iff AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS BHB HE , 0 HJ ft Alias Jenn Hlndloy spent part of the HJ K ' week In Soil Luke. Vj Mrs S. U. Chlpmnti spent part of HH$ tlio week In Suit I.nko with frionda. Hh Mr. mid Mrs. K. M. Mndlson spent Ht H Moiiriuy In Suit Lake. BJ BJ Mrs. Joo Wilson of Lehl, spent the BJ K week visiting Ainerlcnn Fork friends, BJ HJ Mr. H. I.. Clilpiiuin wns In Snlt I.nke HjjHJ ' l'!lrt r ""-' Wl'('k. HHH i Mr. and Mrs. Win. It. Wclib were HBn guests of their daughter, Mrs. Trip- HHh ton, or Salt I.nke. HJB , MIbs Myrtle Strong of I'rovo- spent HH , tli') week here with .Mr. and Mrs. Kl- HHk ' mer Strong, BBYj ! Mr. (if a. Clinrller of Victor, Idaho, HH Ik lien) vIsUIiik with filoiuU mid reln- HHM HH MIbh Mnhi'l Hlorrs and Miss Nellie HBf llnrkwalter returned Tuesday from a HH plcaHnnt ton day's visit In Suit Lake ttYJ$ ' Have you yoiiiiK men seen those HH& , Smart Knllnli Suits that come In the H...

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. — 17 October 1914

SwJ iHEKi M American Work Citizen li I f TOL. XII. " ial?!S it HEiB: I; AMBMCAX FOBK 0;ftJ SATOllDAV, 0CTQIIEI1 17, . mmm 27 f PUB I Gily Is Victorious I In Liquor Gases B Tlicoilorc Nlcholes Found OulHy of Oiierutlng a Nuisance and Lnwrcncc Johnson of Selling a Dottle of I Doozc. B u.a I In the, District Court beforo Judgo I A. B. Morgan in tho enso of Amerl- can Fork City va. Theodore NIcIioIcb, I tried Saturday nnd Tuesdny, tho Jury I. returned a verdict of ."guilty." This Is the case wherolu Mr. Nicholcs Is charged with mnlntnlnlng n nuisance I on July 3rd, nnd for which ho was found guilty In tho Justice's Court I and fined by Justice Adolph Nielsen I to pay a fine of $275 and servo 179 days In tho city Jail. Sentence will be puBsed by Judgo Morgan next I week, but undoubtedly tho case will I be nppcnled to tho supremo court. The City was hIbo winner in the I caeo of American Fork City vs. Law. rence Johnson, which' bad also been H appealed from the, locnl Justice's I Court to ...

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. — 17 October 1914

H fl AMERICAS a.. .!. flATPRPAY. MMBBtt 17, 1014. H 5. - -. W fv AKKKICAX FORK CITIZKH H A PROQKK8B1VK INDEPKNDEN'J H PUBLICATION m I sunsCRiniOM H ,-, One Year $M0 H Six Month! 900 H - H Oftico: Opiioilto Tabernacle. Thono 86 H Entored n Second-Claw Matter at H , Postofflcq at Amorlcan Fork, Utah. fl J W. OAISFOftt) Manafr M I S. W. nOSS Editor I . Lyceum Course For Letii and Pleasant Grove H ,1 Uucptlonnl llk'li ('In I,j ecu hi lln- m ' (ciIiiIiinmiiIm und Musical iiimIkt H Scheduled fur Winter's DiiIitIiiIii. K - H f Couiiik dug Tuesday at Lehl nml H Wt ducsduy at Pleasant (liove, the H management of Fied C Oriihiim, will H tiring to l.clil four or tin; heat musd- H ciil mill Lyceum ciitfi t itiiniictitH over H liiollght Ik. re vi 'I lie Illner Sisters will appear Oct. H ', L'O-.'I. Chuiicllur Geo II. Ilrtuiroid ,' November 12th, Itobcit Hulwood Maui- '" t love Jiumiiry 22nd, nml the famous , II111 moiiy Conceit Coiiiimny March '. ( 2Cth. x (t i. .' Tim Hlncr Sisters cost this ma...

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. — 17 October 1914

AMERICAN FORK LOCALS Mr. Kddlo Able Is homo from llio hospital and doing nicely. Mlsi Hoa inirrnnt spent Friday In Provo. Mr. Bert Miller was In Snlt Lake Tlmrsdoy on business. " Mr, Julian King left Thursday for two weeks In Garfield. I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pool were Salt Lake visitors Thursday. Mr. T. P. Corbott of Provo, was In American Fork on business Thurs Miss Ruth Cnrson of Fairfield, spent Thursday In American Fork, visiting friends. , Mrs. F. D. Casslty and Miss Laura Casslty of Provo, spent Wednesday here, guests of Mrs. Roy Boloy. Mrs. J. Jensen of Provo, spent n couple of days this week with her sister, Mrs. Jesse Crookston. Mrs. Em Chase left yesterday for a two week's visit In Salt Lake and Ogdon. Mr. Stove Shelley spent the latter part of the week In Draper on busi ness. Miss Rosalia Storrs spent Monday nnd Tuesday at Lehl, guest of Mrs Reginald Qarff. I Mrs. C. R. Wadswprth and the Misses Reba Parker and Arsena Han sen were Provo visitors Friday. Miss Florenco Chlpman 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. — 17 October 1914

vi'iy'-ir MHHHHMMMMBMIMIMBHIWBBiMMHIHHMBMHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHI ' t?S' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN .ATl'RDAY, OCTODEll 17, 1U. I I The Lehj Department ; B.! city pavilion May 'v Be Made Gymnasium rV iBl HT p' 91 H Ctl) ('i)iiiicll In ItcKiiliir Session Voir " Jill1 ""' LV "f iU 1'",III(,M '" M' ' S'wlllf ' f,,r ('J""111"'"111 I'lirposcs, If 'i- si'wttR Ki'UntluiiH tor Shilling Hlnk lime IKftHJH Nut ('mil' Ton I'nr. VjSHeI gbjflHl At tlio City Council meeting Tues- TrWtiUmr ,lay ovuiiIiik. Junius HanUa naked thr f -flH -'"y Cc 'rt'" for ""' l""' "! ,l"' cll glHHt1 I'avllloii Tor gymnasium purposes gyHK , .Mr. HunkB, MH Mtako president or the toJBk Y. M. M. I. A., proposes If given tin I'SHil ' '""' "r ll"' ,,ulllllllK' to l,IB,a11 ,r"l1' PflHpI I'ezes, swinging rings, liorlzL'iitiil burn IjHi punching bugs and other eiiulpniiJil 1 necessary to make It n modern gym- IjSBff misluin, anil llion turn it over to the RRHk local .M. .1 A. for ninunKeinent. II I9hH ,a P'opuuctl to use the pavilio...

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. — 17 October 1914

ft ! . AilBMcA FORCITIZKN .,. I HH LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS f FOR SALE Small White Cliostor ! pigs A. 13. Anderson, Lchl. 10-2t ; Thomas Sunderland will In tho near if future comincnco work on n brick I; cottngo at Lchl Junction. ' Sec Utah npplo display at Chip I man's all next week. 17-lt H' Mrs. Win. none and daughter, Clara, returned Monday from a ten day's I -visit with relatives in Salt Lake City. H Mrs. Fred Merrill was a guest of H Mrs. John James in Salt Lake City, H seeral days last week. H Mr. and Mrs. Abo Anderson of H Sandy, spent the week end with rela- this here. I A now shipment of Urass Dcds Just I In at People's Co-op. 17-lt Miss Odessa Allred came over from I the I' V. U. to spend Sunday with her parents. I . Rev. Phillip King of Provo, wilt preach In the Congregational School next Tuesday evening. I Mrs. Jesse Patrick presented her I husband with it hnby girl last Satur- I day. H Blanket time A ncjW stock of Provo H Blankets Just In at Peoplo's Co-op. The engage...

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 October 1914

HfHi' if7 ; HMBBBBH 11 4 W HB - w BH- 4HJI AMBHiCAN FORK cnjIKKN ATi;nDAY. t)CTORER 17 1914. H .'W: LEHI LOCALS KfeB Bf "HS ''''0S8' Norton was In Salt HtB 'Hfj ''"'" w,,,ll08lIl.v visiting tlio schools. HH MP M'8- Nyon Fowler gate birth in u KH, '4gr4 ,n,,, K'r' '"8t Hlltlr,lll'' Bl' 'IP? ,A W,M" W'"K entertained a i in tii - BH (??f ''' ' of '"('v f''''1"'3 "l " ketislngton gB' .fJLjj Tuesday afternoon. HHj! fljyf '"H ',u"' Stephenson of Hall l.nko V.aB Jiff City. is visiting with Mr. and Mrs m-M Ify Jesse Smith tlila week. .B. if M Messrs Fred Wnnlnss, Milieu Klrk- KB fvll '""" '""' ','0J'1' j"t-' spent tlio first BB Jf I"1" of "R' w,'el: ' Salt Lake. IB '' -r'! Leslie Onntus spent Friday visiting EH sx7 t,lu b;1ooIb I" Salt Luke City, mid l&UUUUl ' MIhh KIIii (inlsroril thu pchonls of KH v J The S. H. H. dull met at the home RH sf,T of Miss ".izcl Coiili'H. Sewing loo); MUUUm ' " t "l tiinsl in" lln' lime ami refntihuii'iits HBVB ' ! iH MH R"1" AiIiiiiihoii (if American IH I...

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 October 1914

HPb''-'''MBHMBBbbbbbbih ,. - &-BBBBBBBBH 9rv f n MBBBBH T' ii' hY-BBBbbbbb If,, I AMRniCAN' FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOnEn 17 1914 i KRJH iginer Sisters at Pleasant Grove Tabernacle Wednesday Night, October 21st 1 HI rpieasanrUrove Department H pttient League i Meets Tomorrow flhtili' Classes of Fhc Wards Will HL,ie for llettcrmcnt Purposes (ditttatlon Will Ho Adopted. Hjll the Parents Classes In the three Ktls of Pleasant Grove, Manila mid K-don will meet conjointly tomor K, morning In the Pleasant Orovo Klltroacle and perfect the organiza H, of a Betterment Lenguc. All Kfttni In the precinct are Invited to Bfillo'n6 constitutes tho prcllmln Bl eiKutire committee and will Kcb&bly be elected tho permanent of. Keri at'lts meeting Sunday. Hpreildent, John Holdawuy; Vlco Bttiidcnt, W. L. Hayes; A. II. Olpln, Hesjtmln Wamlck and Benjnmln Wtr, with Mrs. Lue.Ua E. Thorno Hi Secretary. Hfte committee also udopted tho Hefting constitution to bo voted on H the meeting Sunday: Hft, th...

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 October 1914

If I J AMERICAN MMK C1TI7.KN SATURDAY, OCTODER 17, 191 Hni , , " 77 : ii' o WW- AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS JaBftJIt ''' ' McC'rossim spent Sunday I" MBfBBf I'rovo. "JHKP riHWI Miss Knsellu Storrs Hpcut llio llrat Hk of tin; u'('t'k In Salt Lake. '9K; Dr. It. K. KiiIkIiIoii spent tlin week fJHllj' In Suit Lake. ' fli St Hjl Mr. Will Cliliimaii inttdo u business iJH m trip to Suit Lake Tuesday. Ifll H ''!U' Sl"00t of I'rovo, wia In Am. H m erlean Fork Sunday visiting relatives PHnU ' .Mrs. I,. C. lienrold returned Ttles- tfflBHf day from a week's visit In i'rovo HBHe Will Carson of Falrlleld, wis In HBf American I 'oik Tuesday on business. SHHh , Mr. and Mrs, Ilodqulst of Salt Lake, flK ! were A: oilcan Perk visitors Sunday JjHE) ' -Mr. ami .Mrs. Knglcs were Salt l.ukc HH& lsltorn the forepart of the week. jEf ' .Mr. anil .Mrs Geo Tuylor and .Mrs. rRS Hannah .Mlckelson of 1'iirownii, art1 jB hero v I h 1 1 1 1 1 k His, Kezlu l.aycock. HjHf ' MrB. Ned Wilds and children are...

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 October 1914

Kv1 r1 ----------------- 5,,,B B 7i ' ?.'' '--- 1 American Ft)rk Citizen I T0I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOHER 24, 1014. NUMBER 28 H Ififmer Mayor Dies 1 I In American Fork TB ill places of Huslncss Closed Wed- H ' itsday Afternoon While People I'ny irlbnte to Mcinorjr of James W. ' prestoi). One of City's Lending fltliens. ' James W Preston, n former mayor IK cf American Fork, and one of Its lead- I Ins citizens, died at his residence I here abut tl,rco o'clck Sunday - -oming. Ho had beon suffering from Erlght'a disease, for soveral months, B' being confined to his bed for the last ' three weeks of his Illness. H He was horn In Alpine, January 7, 1854. When hut a child ho moved to I' American Fork with his parents and rA I tii been permanently identlllcd with I IM progress over since, excepting for wen I ilx years' which woro spent ranching keep I In Nevada about twenty-flvo years ;ulr H go. At that dato he also spent some I time mining In Fish Springs and was H one of the ...

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 October 1914

rait' ' I P ; AMERICAN FORK fliTIZKN' SATHIDAY, OCTOnRR 21, 10t4, . I Hi (ADVKRTISKMHNT) 1' Republican Political Column I Hon. Reed Smoot H Senior United States Senator For Utah I His Record in the U. S. ; Senate. M Utah today la bettor represented In H tliu Niitlounl Congress tlian ever bc- Hj faro In history Her Senators htic H i inaro Influence mill the statu has a B growing prostnge In marked contiast H to that or hut a few shoit years ago H 'I'IjIk hnppey condition la Juntly at- H ti United In a large measure, to the lu- H (lastly, cncigy and capability of Seun- H tor lined Hinoot Entering Congress H with the greatest opposition over H , .. shown n Senator lie fought the light B', of ilghleouu lepicucntutlon for the H! people or Utah and won. From that H day his Htnr anions the statesmen or ' this nation him gradually ilsen till he H stands today a leader among the mi- H tlon'8 leaders and a great credit to B the people he ho ably represents. In the halls or Congress and In the...

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 October 1914

AMERICAN FOliK- CITIZEN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2i, 1014. " Bll AMERICAN FORK' LOCALS Miss Allco Dunn was in Salt Lnko Thursday. jlr. Milton Pool wns In Provo Thursday on business. i!e38lc Groono wqb a Suit Lake visitor Sunday. Miss KIslo Potorson was a Provo visitor Monday. Dlshop J. II. Storra was In Storrs three days this week. Mr A. W. Peterson was In Salt Lake Tuesday evening. Mr. Walter Slack was In Lclil on business Monday and Tuesday. Mrs John Miller spent the fore , part of the week In Snlt'Lako. .Mrs 0. N. Taylor returned the first of the week to her home In Provo. Mrs Elmer Strong and children spent the first of the week In Provo Mr Uert Miller or Salt Lake spent a couple of days this week here on business. Mr. KImo Hunter Is home from American Fork canyon, after spend ing the summer thore. Mrs. Sadie Worsley of Provo, and .Mrs Bessie Evans of Garland, were lieie Wednesday. Messrs Bob and Marlon Cutler and Earl Varney were over to Cedar Val ley Wednesday rabbit hunting. Two hun...

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 October 1914

Hi ' rrrm-" "piipay. octodbii 24, nil. I The Lehi Department I Estimable Woman I Dies In Lehi Jlr. .Miirtlia .1. (Jam, Wife of Ilishop .1. i:. (Jnrii of t'l-ilnr Port, Hies In t,cli AfltT Milff lllticss,, l.unliiK 1 Large I'mull). Tin- sympathy of the people of Kilil goes out to Mshup .1. K Unrii ami ramll of Cedar Fort, for tlio loss or tlic Itlahop'H wife, who (lied III Lehi ' last Tuesday at 12:ir a. in. Ilishop ami Mrs (lain left home In their buggy Friday morning and when aliiiut half way to l.elil Mrs. (Jam j took suddenly III Knowing Hint Lehi ' was the closest doctor they camo on to Lohl, and going to Mrs. Ilniiiiiier'H, a doctor was sent for who pronounc ed her ailment as a case of pleurisy Later pneumonia set In and she was ; lemoved to the hospital, where three j doctors did everything possible to ' saw her. The children were sent for i ' fiom Cedar Tort and the end came j Tuesday morning. Mrs. Martha J Onrn was a daughter ! of Mr. and Mrs. Joel V. White, early settlers o...

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 October 1914

T '.w I AMERICAN FORK ClTIMy SATURDAY, OCTODKll 24 V.14 ' JHlPH ; " O I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Q FOR SALE Smull Whlto Chester pigs Av D. Anderson, Lehl. 10-2t V-, Mrs. John Turner spent Sunday nt Pleasant Qrovo visiting friends. I ' Mr, W. J. Hlggs made a buBlncss I trip to Salt Lake City Tucsdny. Dr. Holbrook tnado a professional B visit to Salt Lake City Tuesday. H r H Children's Sleeping Garments at I People's Co-op. 24-lt I Mrs. Irma Ross Ricks of Salt Lake I City, is visiting with relatives In Lehl. I J. E. Cotter spent Tuesday In Salt Lake City on business and pleasure. Mrs. Alex Chrlstofferson was a . visitor with friends in Salt Lako City Tuesday. Mrs. Win. Thomas and daughter, Mrs. Geo. Prostwlch, were visitors at the Salt Luke Temple Tuesday. Provo Blankets $4,00 and up at Peo ple's Co-op. 24-lt George O. Robinson made u busi ness trip to Salt Lake City Wednes day. W. S. Evans shipped a car of lime over the Orem road to the Lehl sugar factory this week. Wm. Wing and Ern...

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 October 1914

j 111.1 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' BATTIWAV. OCTOBER 24, 1014. '. !HKlj& mii i rmc i ' HI lehi loals ' flttjSh Next Tuesday lit tlic Inat day to f'Hw: nglHtnr. '-JMRtn J,' Mm1'''' Southwlck Clownrd Is JEBffl Uitlng relatives In Lehl this week. ''vffStfi Mrs, E. L. Iiiitcholor whs n week ijHK end v'sltor with relatives in I'rovo. 'JEt Is Mrs. Sarah Ualsrord Is spending a K week in Munimotli with her liusbtuitJ. J9l K Mis. l.lzzlu Lamb of Wallsburg, Is $H! If lulling relatives In Lehl. (MH B .Miss l'ciirl Davis spent n part of H-HJi thi week visiting frlueds in Salt Lake iS9s City' IhJH Mrs. John llnbcits entertained :t fipfl number or lady friends ut dinner wSjHH Tuesday. HOB l-'iHt week Mrs. K. S. McAfee fell PHflgf on the Moor at her home and broke njflHE) ' her arm. It Is mending nicely. EhH '' Mr. West ley Proslwlch left for Ida- HH ! ho Falls, yesterday. He will return HHm ' next Week with his team. IHBtj Stanley Waiihiss, who Is attending HHKi the It. Y. I'., spout Haturday and...

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 October 1914

M-'''''MMBHMHMHMH1 .. AMERICAN FOltrf CITIZEN SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24 1914 'Hl lU B ' ' - - -- ' w - - r------------- ' -HH- k 1fll Pleasant Qrove Department 11 I Early Settler I Called by Death I Was Faithful Chi:r.;Ii Hnrkoi and I J.ciul a Sacrificing Life For OtlUT). Mrs. Mnrrlot Gardner, ouo of the I early settlers of PlenBnnt Grove, pas. I soil nwey tn 2 o'clock n. in. Tuesday I after an Illness of several mouths. I Funeral services were hold In the I 'fiiberuncle Thursday at two. o'clock I p. m. Bishop 13. D. Qlpln, of tho First I Ward, pn sided. Other speakers were I j, 0 Uul'ock, J. D. Wadley, Hlshop I SucuiHon, Hlshop Cullltnoro and F, S I Humplules, the latter reading a blo I graphical sketch. Mrs. Guy Robinson I ami Mrs. Mary Richards Walker sung I soles and the combined choirs, under the leadership of Geo. Burton, sup plied tho other musical numbers. The biographical sketch follows: "Mrs. Ilniricl byor Gardner -a as born In veiling Olor'trshlr, tiiu lund, October 31, 18'H. ...

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 October 1914

mil Hj - AMERICAN FORK 6IT17.BN' SATURDAY, OCTODHR 21, 1014, 'SHh! BE AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS !HS Hnrgnlu Day at Joy'H Studio Mon- IHUm day. 21-11 Bwl jjBMHPf Mr. Johhc Steele was In Suit I-nki H)K Monday on business. jHn$ Mr. ami Mm. John Kelly wore l.ehl BRj vIhHoih Saturday. HH Bj Mr. mill Mi'H l.. Pratt were lu Hn Eg Salt Lake Monday anil Tuesday. SH Bj Dr. (1. 11. Ilriiuliiill of I'rovo, was HI mi Anieileaii Fork visitor Saturday. HHg Mr. I, A. Morgan spent Saturday HHJB In Salt Lake on business. HR Mr. .1. H. Jciiboii of I'rovo, wns In HHKI i Amerlenii Fork Tuesday. HBf . Mr. .1. I.. Flrinngc spent Tuesday HH . In Salt Lake on business. Hl ' Mrs. Mary Anne Southwlek and Mr. mmmfl , Itolieit Kelly of l.elil, were American HHV ; Fork slsltors Wednesday. HBWj Mr. and Mrs. .lames fit ant of Salt HH Lake, spout Sunday in American Fork, HHH gnosis of Mr. and Mrs Win. Grant. HK ' Mr. Hussel Whitman or Spring-' HHKj vllle, was the guest or Miss Sadie IBM Clilpuiau Sunday. B...

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