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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

I American Fork Citizen H t VOI XII. H-i9l AtohltiCAN KOHtf C1T17.KN SATURDAY, OCTODBIt 31, 1014. NUMBER 29 KJ9i L " . ' HiBfxSBBB- Stake Conference I Largely Attended B Coiullllon of Stake Reported (looil BJ Addresses JJy Visiting' .llrctliren B Stake Tnbcrnacle to be Dedicated January 1, 1015. B There was good attendance at B both sessions of the quartedly con- fcrence held In the Stake Tabernacle B nit Sunday. An actual count in the H rternoon showed 1,622 pcoplo pre 9 sent. Apostle James E. Talmagc and j I President J. Golden Kimball were I present and spoke both aftornoon and evening. An Important feature viih I the fine singing by the combined I choirs of the four wards of American I Fork, under the leadership of Prof. I Jones, one. of the anthums, "Perfec I tlon'u Standard," both words and niu- sic being composed by Prof. Jones. I Forenoon Session Singing Choir and congregation, I "Now Let Us Rejoice." i I Prayer by Patriarch Henry Moyle. I Song Choir, "Come Dearest Lord I De...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrjBv'B"JBJBJBVBV llJF wmm ""'''IHHHHHbHbbHbHbbHHbbbbHHHH H ;U AMERICAN FOrk! UlnsBN ftVTl'nnAOCT0PEftaj.J-ftl4. B (ADVERTISEMENT) ! Republican Political Column How Will You Vote? BBBV it H Republican Success Means Efficent Ser- H J vice and a Return to Prosperity m - Study Carefully the B Candidates. K Next Tuosdiiy the State of I.Huli will H ' select ii United States Senator to re-p- H lcbeiit the State In the National Con- H guau for next nix yearn. A Jus- H' tleu to servo In the Supreme Court H foi aW yeurs will be chosen, Two H congressmen will b elected, onu K fioiu each dlstilet. Tliuiw vlll aUo B , i be chosen a State Supt. of Public lu- B stiuctloti to 111! out the unexpired B teim of A. (." Nelson. Thu lutnji or H experience la a sufe lamp to follow B Happily thu men on tlio Republican H ticket are men well known by the PPpB people of Utah for their ability, In- PPPV tegrlty and efficient public uervlcw. H SENATOR REF.O SMOOT B I'll ii did ilk' fur Rc-elcell...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

IKS .. AMMUCAN KUUK. C1T1.B' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1914 . JKfl grief Sketches of Live Candidates Who Will Make Good If Elected Next Tuesday WM JOHN H. WOUTTON Republican Candidate for the State Senate. i has served three terms In the luvvir house of the State Legislature niul Is eminently (iiiiilllleil to rcpre sent this county in the Senate. Ills record Is absolutely clean and one of cfllclcnt work for the Interests of the people and especially for those of the working men. A man of varied interests and wide evperleuce. The people of this local. It) would unquestionably II ml In him an able and sympathetic champion on all matters In which they are con. ceraed. He stands for everything for which the people of ('tab County stand, and illl go to the legislature with au open mind, willing to listen to the wishes of his constituents. o F. A. lliilsb of Provo. For Commissioner, 4-Year Term Mr. Ilulsli Is it mun you can't buy a mon you can't coerce. Ho Is oik hundred cents on tho doilnr a...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

Mi-W1 ! AMLJIUUAM l-Ourf nt-..B.N' SATI'ltUAV, UUTUUKU 31, 1914. ,- m' The Trey 0' Hearts Greatest Photoplay jrmEarth Next Wed, and Thurs. at Opera HoW I The Lehi Department B! . , . - I; ': , Canning Factory I Location In Doubt B Ciiiiimltltt' Aii(iiiili'il lo Select Site--- B, SiiliMrlptlon llx)k SUM Open W Uork In (iiiiiniciicr Sunn. B s' Stoel.liolders of the piopof oil now B eniinlni: coinimiiy mot In (liu Comtni't- H- ekil club rooms Wui)iisiliiy uvi-nlng H.'.. ami elwlil Or. II. C. Ilolbrook, Idl- H' ' waul Soutliwk'k mill S. W. Host) to B ' i loot: up a fnrtory hIU tint! repot I H liiick to ti future tiit'otltiK. Ill the ' tni'itntltni1 the coniiiilttiH' will visit till proposed alien to bi aiilmilttoil ami Sj , report liack lo a mi.'utlnK, wlilch l n e t - - lnK will tleeldo lite locution hy n slock S -. V'- About $11!,000 In stock lias boon Bir nubaarlbeil. A motion was curried IK that tin subset Iptlon books be left t r 1 open -till the stock subscriptions H.4 reacli flfi...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

azzrztoiiiA'tM i .. . ik.oii.i. "" bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbB I iHH I I AMhHlUAN TOHK OlTIZg.- SATl,n,, , Tm, Hfl 1 LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS BBB V Tliad Powell was an Interurbnn passenger to Salt Lake City Tuesday. See "The Prlco She Paid" at the I Roynl Theater, Tuesday, November 3. I FOR RENT Good flvo room brick I houso. Enquire of Ruben Worlton, Lehl. 17-2t Lionel Evnno and Basil Dorton mix ed business and plcasuro In Salt Lake Tuesday. Tho public Bchool teachers of Sprlngvlllo spent Monday in Lehl, visiting the Lehl public schools. The Orem Interurban Is now oper ating two street cars on Its line In Provo. Tho Eighth Grade students gave n delightful party In the gym Friday evening, playing games and dancing About seventy-five were present. Jay Gam of Centorvllle, who liae been visiting with his sister, Mrs. II C. Holbrook, for a week, returned home Tuesday. "The Price She Paid" at the Royal Theatre, Tuesday, November 3rd. Mrs. James P. Schow went to Ring, ham Canyon, Tuesday, fo...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 October 1914

f$ 1 B l I AMER1CAK FORK PITMEN SATURDAY, OCTODER 81, 1014. . I Official List of Nominations for the General Election I : TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 3, A. D., 1914 I ' DEMOCRATIC TICKET REPUBLICAN TICKET PROGRESSIVE TICKET SOCIALIST TICKET I OOP Q ..: O H for United Status Senator I 1 Kor United States Senator 1 For United States Senator I I For United States Senator I I For Knlted States Senator I i ' I JAMES II. MOYLE UUhU S.MOOT AMKS 11. MOYLE LJ J P. PARSONS - I 1 I For Uepr,eseimrri7urnCo'nli: Kor Representative In lough-si, Kor rtepTO-ontetFF.m Congress, Kor Representative In Congress. Kor Rop.osontatlvo In Congress, H Second District I 1 Second Ulstritt I 1 Second Dl-lrlct I I Second District Second District 1 ' JAM I2S II. MAYS I h. O. U-ATHEKWOOD JAMES II. MAYS rJ A. H, KEMPTON LJ B 7o7 jimncrorthoSHre7n"oC'oTirt 1 lor Justice or the Supreme Court! 1 " Jr JusUccfortlie -uprune Court I lor Justice or tho Supreme Courtr j mr Justl o of tno Supreme Court" 1 " I-RAN'K P.. STEPHEN'S . ...

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. — 31 October 1914

I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. OCToilER 31 1914 I ' ,T: --JJjH I Pleasant Grove Department I I oie Anderson I Returns Home I HfsfotinrleM From All Scandinavian I Couiilr.Ys lli'Icnscd, Excepting tvio I in L'ncli Conference to Look After iiriiticlies I'd Church Property. oie Anderson returned home Tuos I day from Norway, where ho acted iib Dresideiit of the Bergen Conference L the past yenr. Prior to this he .pent one month laboring In Den- mark- " Bnys tllnt n" tno c,(lurs have been released from the Norwolg- jn countries, excepting two In each 'conference who woro left to look nf- lre chuich property and keep the brandies from going to pieces. Fifty I tx came with him on tlio Btoninshlji I Adriatic Fifty remained to labor In I the Eastern States and bIx came home I to Utnh. I Mr. Anderson left home July 'J, I 1913, and arrived In Copenhagen Aug- I ust 2ml. He was appointed to labor I n tlie Anhus Cotiferonce. On Scp- I tembcr 2Gth ho was appointed to pre- I side over the Bergen ...

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. — 31 October 1914

MMBBMBMWIIATunAv. (& . 'w fjM 1 ' jfn AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS BBjt r i A good hot Is out' you win fl f ' Mrs. Murk II. Foote spent the week fl ! in Suit I.iiko. H ' .Mr. S. L. Cliiiitnaii wns In Salt Lake H I Monday afternoon on business. BBBB H MIbs ICthel Dawson was u Salt Lake Hk ' visitor the first or the week. H' h , Mr. S. l Snyder was In Salt Lake H' , Monday on business. ' B ,, ' Mrs. Jos. Karion and dutiKhiu H t spout the HiBt of thi wcuk In Sail BBj BB) "Joe's 1'lace" for you when the B lamps hum out. Dunkley enti sup- fl ply Die lii'Mt--Kiltson Mu,zdn. 31-1 1 B Mrs, tillm KuhboII and children oi B Salt Lake, spent the week with het fl patents, Mr and Mrs. V. E. Duncan fl ' Miss Kdnsi Adiimsou was In Salt fl' i Lake Sunday and Monday vlslllni. BBH H Mr. Silencer Caiutnell of Sprint?- BBBj: i vllle, spent Saturday and Sunday hew B with Mr. and Mrs. John Davis. fl See "The Price She Paid" at (hi BBB Iloyal Theater, Tuesday, Novemher 3 BBB Take the lntururhaii ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 7 November 1914

I f BH .American Ffbirk Citizen 1 VOL. XII. !Sgg5 . ' , , BiH ,. AMERICAN KOKrf CITIZEN JTUHDAY, ftOVEMUISK 7, 1914. NUMBER 30 iBPIH I Election Returns I Favorjepublicans I Democrats Secure Majorities For Three Candidates, ltcnabllcuiis for Mncteen, Including Precinct Jus. (Ico and Constable. I TIio election In American Pork Inst Tuesday was rather mixed In results, though tho Republicans secured ma I Jorltlos for most of their candidates. I The average Republican majority was I 14. In view of the fact that two years I ago the Democrats won with n mn- I Jorlty of 180 over tho Republicans I nnd were supposed to have a big Pro- I grcsBlvo vote added to this, the vlc- I tory Is considered it most decided I one. I James II. Moyle's majority was 7 I over Smoot. II. T. Reynolds, Dcnio- I crut bent Henry Qardnor 48 votes. B. I N. Chrlstcnson's majority over J. F. I Brlnghurst was 89. These were the only Democratic majorities. H John II. Wootton's majority oVer I Caleb Tanner was 33. Q. P. ...

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. — 7 November 1914

H I ! AMERICAN FOIiK.CITMI.'V 9Tt ROAY, LNOVKMt313It 7, 1914, B BBBBBBBBBBBLlnBKjtft IlYTSX i LHbBBbBI K HiMHuity i 9V"V0BBhsHLsBV fr 5Si3hS ffsfiy SvKM H SUNA'IOH It II) SMOUT H Mho Will Sent- Sl Years In In (lie lulled Mates Senate. bbbS I Results Mixed In I , County and State B ' Three Republicans anil Two Fusion- B Ms Win In Stale-Shteen Itepubll. B cans 'anil Two i'tlonl.sh Win In B w Senator Hood Smoot wns re-ekcted H '' United States Senator by about 2,500 H 'r majority. W. .M McCarty wns rc- H 1 oloctod Supreme Court Justice by H ( ' about 2,000 majority, ami Congross- B man Joseph Howell wns returned to B thci National House of Hcprcsctitu- H lives with 2,000 totes to spare. The H'p ' fusion party elected Judge Cowans Bj, I Btntu Supt. of Public Instruction by HW fl " majority of about -1,000, ami James Kjhjl (II. .Mays, Progressive, wns elected BjWJ wl,!l a majority of about 250. Ht i j. TlH) Stato LcgUlnturo Is safely He- BtW publican, with enough Progrcsslvo- Hfa&U D...

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. — 7 November 1914

I AMKKICAN POKKCryzN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. - . IR&liH ' - I HK It .H I AMERICAN FORK LOOALS I Mr. Julian King loft Friday for a I brief stay In Gnrflold. I l . Oord i, Hanson left Thursday lew days In Tooolo. B Miss Fay Chlpmun was In I'rovo I Sunday, visiting friends. Attorney J. Tracey Wootton was In I I'rovo on business Thursday. I Prof. Karl Hopkins spent tho latter part of tho weefc In Provo. I Mr. E, J. Scnstrand was In Salt ' Lake Thursday on business. I Mr. Angus Cunningham has been very sick this week with lagrippc. I UUliop Jos. H. Storrs made u busl- I iiess trip to Sprlngvllle Thursday. I Mrs. N. A. Wing spent Wednesday I In Lehl, guest of Mrs. Robert Hall. I Mr. Lew Herbert is in from the A. I It Adamson sheep herd for n ten I day's visit. I Mrs. Jcsao Crookston was a Provo I visitor Sunday, 'guest of her sister, I Mrs. J. Jensen. I Mr. Marlon lloblnson was In Salt I Lake Sunday, guest of Miss Slgrld I Peterson. I Mr. A. A. Rhodes, who has spent H the suuimor ...

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. — 7 November 1914

fi! , II.,- f r -', - ""AY- NOVBMBBH 7, 1014. - I The Trey 0" Heart?, fittest PhotoplayBT N,vt Wed, and Ihnrs. Lem opera Mouse I' TheLehi Department I Republicans Win I I By Big Majorities B l.chl Itolls I'll Ills Ulo lor (i. 0. I'. H' Candidates Progressing do Hack B t lo 'I heir Oli! Line Oi-tn.U of (ll.v ' ' The election In I.ohl laBt Tuesday H resulted In a majority for every man B on tin.' Republican ticket, excepting H In the t'lix' (if Munry Insist, who se- B ainL.,l n iiiujoi Iiy of "i! over Minion H Cllngor, 1 In Republican opponent. B' ' Hlshop Gardner for county comiuls- H I alouor seemed the largest vote on the H I Imllut, his innjorlty ovor llulah being H :ill. Win. Wing was a popular eun- H cllilatc, anil iilthougli his vote wits lutu H than Mr. tlanlucr, IiIh iimjorlly oor H Ik't-k wiib H17. Solictor Sinoot's ma- H ' jorlty was 1S5, K. O. Loatherwood's H wiih Hit, McCarty'B was l'JS, mid H Moihoson's wiib 171. The average H Republican uiajoilty wiih 102. m 'I'hore wor...

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. — 7 November 1914

I AMERICAN FQRKftClTlZKN SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7 1914. t VIHI o LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mr. Al DoLong of Provo, made a business trip to Lehl Monday. n-L 'met on ampim 'XuiopuDV Jninilod s.ujnuis ti oouuci uook ;boa4h 3iq oui joaao; i.uorj MlsS Vera Knudson went to Spanish Fork Saturday, to spend ten days visiting friends and relatives. Miss Vorveno Evans entertained the Mary Jano club at a sewing bee Mon. day evening. Mr. A. D. Anderson went to Salt Lake City, Sunday, to visit his father, Mr. A. R. Anderson. Mr. H. C. Featherstone spent a few days this week In Logan, on busi Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Young of Provo. spent a few days this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammer. Miss Inez Hammer entertained about twenty of her frlonds Friday evening at n Hallowe'en party. Mrs. R. J. Hutchlngs went to Mid vale Sunday, returning home Monday with her sister, Mrs. Olive Dobbs. Mrs. R. M. Stout or Salt Lako City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. He ber Allred. Miss Pearl Russon entertained the B. D. ...

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. — 7 November 1914

H ' AMBfltCAN FORK CIWM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1514. ' ' B 1 LEHI LOCALS B .Mr. mimI Mrs. .lolin Wood nindo (in B U niito trip to Spring lllc Sunday B W. J. HiggM mid Thomas Webb were H Suit Lake City laltors Thursday. bVmVmVmVs J. T. Carlson spent Thursday In BBVB I'rovo on business mutters. BB Judge, nnd Mrs. Ell Kendall spent BBBBJ. Wednesday visiting friends In I'rovo. H I Mr, and Mra Km mot t Chlpmnu mov- HB. cd Into thler new home on First Hast H Street tills BBBBJ, ( Mr. Charles llcrron went to Scrnn- BBBBt' ton, tills week, where lie will engage BBBBI in m ' BBBH MIsh l.evon Smith entet tallied n HBBBJ . crowd of young people at an oyster BBBH' supper Monday nlglit BbTbh! Misses Lottie and Nora Hodfleld BBbH of I'rovo, wele guests or Mrs. N. E. BBVH W'eljli over Sunday. BBpB Mr. Hut old OJi inn, who has been H wot king at Idaho Falls during tin BBVH I, summer, returned home this week. BBVH S. I. (loodwln mid Miss Annie Stod- BBpB dint spent Wednesday In Suit I.nk BBpB A new b...

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. — 7 November 1914

Hi .&& , iflBHHH I ii AMERICAN FOIUI.CITIKEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. t HnHH PleasanFQrovb Department B I v ' ' I I I Democrats Get Three, I Republicans Eighteen litMill of Two Yenrs Ago Reversed H anil ItcjiubllcniiN Carry Nearly All Their Ticket With Majorities Aver. I iiffluir Thirty-Eight. Tlio dcctloii last Tuesday In Plen- cant (Jrovo Ib an Illustration of how easy It Is for the people to change. Two years ago the Democrats won with good majorities, the Progrcs I slvos secured 200 votes and the Rc I publicans flnlshcd the race a poor I third At Tuesday's election the Re I publicans received good majorities for I eighteen of their candidates, the Dcm. I ocrats about held their own and the I Progressives dropped to 24 votes. The I Socialists polled 9 votes for their can I (lldutcs. I The four Democrats who received I majorities over their Republican I brethren woro James II. Walker for I Supt. of Schools, E. F. Walker, Jus- I tlcc of the Peace, Henry Reynolds, I State...

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. — 7 November 1914

"Iff9 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb BBBBBTTi ' B , AMERICAN priifelTlgBS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1514. Hf f - H I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS BBBBBj f, O " BBBB h Somebody liml to BBB- l , Mr. Kunncth Decker of I'rovo, wns BBBB an Amorlcnn Fork visitor Sundny. BBBB j Mr. S. I.. Chlpman inntlo n huolneHS BBVBB trip to Suit I.nko Mondny. BBBB BBBBB-' MIhb Mahol (Ireenwood leaves to- BBVBW morrow for a wuok's visit In 1'roiu. B Mrs. W. V. SouthwurHi BBB i moved to Bait l.aku thin week, where BBVBB' ' they will reside perninncnlly. BBBB I Mr Harold (loodwlu of Lehl, was BBVBB' I tin rui-hI of AIIhm Hessle (Ireeti on BBBB bbbbi Mr. Milton C'lilmian of I'tovo, was BBBBv licit.' vlultliiK with his pnrentu, Mr BBBBh' j and Mis. Joint Cliliman, Sundry. BBVBb Apoitlo Iteber J. Clrant of Kail BBBBk I Lake, was the guest of Ills daughter BBBBff Mrs. CI I (Tor d Young, Bunday. BBBBb BJBJBB . Messrs Hay nillsmorc and l.cland BBVBb Hushtnu of Suit Lake, wore In merl. BJBJBB can I'm It Krlil...

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. — 21 November 1914

I T ( 2, 7rBBBB BBF i li BBBBBBBJ K ; ,& 11 I SSTIti 4iACLEMERAN ' FORTHE COM? . SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 28TH, IN BB I ?r?T KRp&&S AM. FORK .TO COME KS I I VAL WEEK." COME-A GOOD TIME AWAITS YOU EVERY' DAV nv &fcffV lffi0N T0 0ITIZENS OF ADJOINING TOWNS TO VISIT US IN THIS "FESTI- I jAmeHcanjrerk Citizen I ' AMEniCAN FOIIK ciflZEN Mr t'RDAY, NOVEMUKll 21, 1014. NUMBER 38 f H I Autumii Festival Will I Be Great Success H hutcrtiilnmculs i:crj L" veiling Luncheon 12 htj Day (I rent I Tlumtaghlng Dinner Amusements I I'or the Children lluzunr For B 12cr)bo(ly. 1'rcparntloiiB have bean perfected I nud Monday morning will open the biggest week of fun, feasting and amusements over given In American Fork. Autumii Festival Is the. name chosen for this week of Jollification. A hundred men and women have been working out tlio details or thu past month. Prom now on everything will move like clock work. Every day-thc.ro will ho a luncheon served In the main room of tho Tab orna...

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. — 21 November 1914

I ft ' I .' i AMERICAN FORK fliTgSMmAYOViainKR 81. 1014. I B I JLMKBICAN FORK CITUKN m t A PROOnEBOITB INDEPENDENT K J, PUBLICATION B I SUBSCRIPTION (On Year fl.6t Stx Months Ito h t Offtce OppoiUe TabtraaAle. Photo M B .j. Entered ns Ssoond-ClRS MttUr at H , PontofTlco t American Fork, Utah. B h. W. rjAIBFOM) Mngr H l S. W. nOSS Editor H i AMERICAN FORK LOCALS H Mr. Horace Deck was in Halt Lako m H Miss Dorothy Chlpmnn was n I'roro H visitor .Moiulny. H I I.. K Harrington was In Salt Lake M .Monday on buKlncss. B ' H Ulytlo Robinson lias purchased n H now Indian motorcycle. LiiiiW H It isn't tlio town's fau't if you arc B HhlftI"HH nnd don't do very well. H V' Imvo Hpnce to sell for holiday H dlsp' y advertisements. H Tln weather has been Ideal now H for a storm to prevent sickness. H J. II. Duukley of Halt l.nko nutoud m down Monday and spent t ho day with Mrs. N. M. Ambrose spout tho first of tlio wcok In Salt Lake, visiting IB Daniel I'cet has returned from Ida- - ho, where ho h...

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. — 21 November 1914

' "Z-Zir" - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. -! LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Mrs. Karl Thomson spent tho mid I week visiting relatives In Prov. A 320-ncro Smoot Ilomcstcnd nenr Saratoga Springs for sale See S. W. I ltoss. Mr. and Mrs. Dyrd Glsh Bpent Snt uulny In Salt Lake City, attending the theatre In tho evening. A shower In honor If Huhe,n Rus Bon was given at tho homo' of Lott Husson, Jr., Monday evening. Mrs. W. K. Hopkins Is teaching the school at Lehl Junction, during tho Illness of Miss Emily Wanloss. Miss Marvel Taylor and MIbs Vera Gardnor, students at tho U. of U., nre home for a week's visit with their parents. The missionary concert In tho Tab ernacle Sunday evening, was well at tended and n highly successful af fair. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Anderson have returned' from Gurfleld and nro ac oupylng tho Anderson farm In the Held. Mrs. Rhoda Oborn of Union, Salt l.ako county, Is visiting with her father, Mr. M. H. Ilushman, till after Thanksgiving, The S. S. ...

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. — 21 November 1914

M ' AMKH10AM FOltrf MurtBt 8ATIMH1AY, XOVBMIIBIl iOU. H fl LEHI LOCALS H h ' .Mrs. V II Hvutm was visiting rein- H tlcs lii Provo Tuemluy H i Mis. Ktliol Peterson entertained at H n konslngton Thursday afternoon. H f deorgi' 0. lloblnson inndo a bust. B i liens trip (o Ogdcn Friday. B f H , Mrs. W. H. Evans will spend H ,; ( Thanksgiving with her daughter, Mrs. H James Nielsen, In Eureka. B Miss Annie UateB left today for HI' hor liomn In Ophlr, where alio will B hjioikI Iter Thanksgiving vacation. ' Mrs. Henry Lewis, Jr, presented B her hushaiid with u lino lrl Tucs- HB day. All concerned nre happy. H Mr. and Mid. Vern Walker cnter- H taliu'd at a ehlekon dinner Saturday H' evonliii;. Coiois were laid for six H Mr. and Mrs Hobert Fox went to B Salt Lake City Thursday, to do Tern- H pie v ork. B "" B Tli i New West Sunday School gave B a s ial In the school house Frliln) HI afte .10011. A good time was had b H Mr. Kail Anderson and Mr. I!arr H j Cameron of Mldvalo, were the guests B...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
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