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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 21 November 1914

T" ' -----flfl-----------------i AMERICAN FOltif ClTlZEf SATURDAY, XOVKMDKR 21, 1014 o - o AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ! o "" I Raymond Chlpmtni spent Stindny In Salt Lnke, with relatives. Mr James II. Pulley made u busi ness trip to Snlt Lake Tuesday. Mr, P. H. Craven made n business trip to Salt Lake Monday. Mr. nutl Mrs. Reed Gardnor spent Tuesday In Lchl, visiting friends. Hlmcr Strong and Joo Wulton were in Salt Lake Monday on business. Tlinnksghlnu; .displayed .diineesjrt SiiiuIii'm, Lchl. 21-lt James Glllmnn and wife of Llndon, spent Wednesday here, visiting friends Mrs. A. W, Mller left Tuesday for a week's visit with Salt Lake friends Wllford Tnttersall, who has spent the past three years In California, Is homo agan. Mr. and Mrs. D. It. Rhodes were In Lchl Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Wilcox. Mis Myrtle Fulmor has accepted n position as cash girl In Chlpman's Store. We always show the best produc tion from the best producers. Orient Theatre. 21-lt Mr. P. II...

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. — 21 November 1914

41 I ' .in AMERICAN TOIUC CITIZEN aMM 21, 10R , I I The Lehi Department I r , Three Safe Crackers j At Work In Lehi B ' Work All Day Similii) Trjliif? To H Break Open Safe of Slut' Hunk of H' l.ehl, I'iismImi; I'iiIiIIo I'lmviiiro of H (he Yrgmcn's rrcsi'iu'c. H Early Sunday morning three of 1 1 1 B most pxjiui t Hiifo crackers In Uliili H commenced trying to get Into the big B Htt'L'l Hiifo In which lire locked each H j night t tie cash, notes, niortgiigeu and B ' j other Hccuritles of the State Hank of Hft l.ehl. They worked ho stealthily that m the hundreds of ieode who came lb H the i oBtofllce next door for their mall, B or ho panned hy going to and rrom B (dim rh, did not e.veti know of tin1 ex- H pert preseure, or even auspect that H hoiii me watt exerting their utinosi H ability In trying to get at the vnlu- B nblei or one of I.elil'H leading lustltu- H ' lint tlicHcs were not ordinary yeg H men. Tliey wet e three Salt I.uko Clt H mechanics who had signed a contract PB for $...

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. — 21 November 1914

pr - H 1 Wmm AMBn'CAN FORK CITIZEN SATUnDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914 M$- I Pleasant Grove Department fl 'News From the I War Zone I J, D. Tliomo Writes To Ills Friends I In I'leasnnt (Jroic. ,Vo doubt tlie people of America I ire a great deal like we are here, I waiting every mall to boo what tho news Is from tlio war zone, and while I those In England are not expcrlenc I log tho blunt or the war like those in M Belijum and France, Btlll wo see enough to know that one of tho grent I est wars known (o this world Is now I king waged. I Our conference here seems to be I so located that those In charge feel I like It Is about tho most dangerous I part of all England. No alien is allowed to leave or go Into a town without special permit from pollco headquarters, nnd every one hos to he registered. I am pleused to sny thnt wo have been able to make friends with the police department, and I had the pleasure of preaching the gospel to them, reading some of our books. 1 had the plcasuro also of gi...

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. — 21 November 1914

j AMERICAN KOurf CrmKNSAT ! .- AUTUMN I " r r o t I if 1 1 I HHBIBr LO 1 1 1 HL I Wf-MSM WFFH (IF NOVEMRFR I 'CTpiMiSraffl "I-" Ul llvlLITIUI.li I lp ' tV tifimv a While our Festival Committees have been busy I IRtattttKii devising ways and means of raising money to pay the remainder of the Tabernacle debt, as well as providing a week of entertainment and I pleasure for us all. Our clerks have been busy devising ways of disposing of our immence HE J stock of Fall and Winter Merchandise. Our task is to turn the goods into cash, quickly, so Hh as to be able to pay our fall bills. While visiting "Autumn Festival" do not fail to visit our bargain festival. We are H , not going to give you a ticket with each sale, as we are opposed to lotteries as a means of getting-business. If you deal m ' with us it wont be a matter of one chance out of five to ten thousand to draw a prize. But we promise to save you from 5c to 25c on each dollar spent with us. Think it over; which m benefits you most...

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. — 28 November 1914

I AmencanJFork Citizen 1 , vol. xii. ," i , i HJprBB sssss BATtMlDAV, NOVKM.UCU M, , MIIMnMtt M Bl I Queen Leona I Reigns Supreme I Most Successful Week of llnzaar ami I Festival In American Fork's Ills I tory Comes to n Close Tonight With I Piny "Tempest and Snnshluo." The American Fork subjects of I Queen Leona will tonight close one I of the most successful weeks In lo I cnl history. Commencing Monday the festivities opened under the name of mi Autumn Festival. Monday, Tues day and Wednesday tho people were without a ruler, and enjoyed them selves without restraint. However, nt tho Thanksgiving ban quet Thursday, Queen Leona assum ed her royal sway and occupied her flag drapped throne In the banquet hall of tho Tabernacle. She was beautifully gowned in a creation of whlto satin overdrapped with white chiffon. Hor only ornament was n ncckless of pearls, and the crown also of pears, which was worn with a truly queenly air. The Queen made hor second appcaranco Thurs day evening nt t...

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. — 28 November 1914

I I I .,11 AMBR1PAN FOHK C1T17.BN BATrnBAY, NOVia'nKR 28, 10H. , ,, M .' - I...-H .....- ii ii .1 i. J B I AJUKICAN FKK CITUKN H I K i, a nioaiuMaivB indefkndsnt H PUBLICATION B f lUISCBIPTION H i' Oaa Tear $1.59 V Mx ManUa H U OflUat Opaailaa Taaeraar.lo. 1'faoi 8 B Qatar aa Seooaa-GlaM MM tar at H PoaUMca at imirlMi Fork. Utah. H U W. OAIBrORD Maaaar H g. VT. nOSB Editor H Horse Owners Should H . Guard Against Azoturia H (I; (nil Afrrlc-iilltiral ColVge Werklj B I Nns Keller) B j With the approach of cold weather PH l i horse owners should guard against B azoturia which occurs almost Invurl- B , ably III well-conditioned nnlmuls and B i claims many victims, especially dur- B lug I lie w Inter Hcason B Various local iiaincs have liccn glv- B , rn to this disease, anions which ma HIM lie mentioned "lumbago," "spinal B metiLigltfs," and "black water." Tin B two former tcrniH hnvu heeu aiiplied PPJ i oulni; to thi) hard and swollen ton- BB I dltlon of the muscles of (ho lolni; PB and ...

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. — 28 November 1914

I! AMERICAN PORK LOCALS I, M'B8 I'cnrl Grunt Bpont Tuesday In j I'lcnsnnt drove visiting friends. Wo nro thnnkful that we live In the best town In the state American Fork. " Mrs. J. E. Ingorooirand daughter Mellsin, wero In Salt Lake Wednes- day. Ray Elslmoro of Salt Lake, spent the latter part of the week with rela- tlvcs. Lenny Wilds is homo from a three week's Btay In American Pork enn- yon. I Mrs. Emma Chase is home from a three weeks' visit In Salt Lake and B Ogden. I Mr. Uyrant Strlngham of Storre, spent tho week end at the homo of James Chlpman, Jr. I MIbb Mary Dlackhurst left Wednes day for n few day's visit with her relatives in Salt Lake. Milton Chlpman of Provo, spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Chlpman. Miss Florence Chlpman spent Thursday and Friday In Salt Lake Visiting relatives. . Dartlo Parker of Provo, spent Thursday hero with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Parker. Howo Chlpman and Lenn Harring ton spent Monday In Cedar Fort,, hunt ing rabbits...

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. — 28 November 1914

V i t' BH N A.MKK1CAX FOl(i: (JliT.KN SATURDAY, NOVfiMHEK 28, 1014. MMMMMMH HMMM'- ' ' " -. j , IB The Lehi Department v I H I JW Lehi Won HB First Prize Glass G in ' lime 6B lirallou lien i are iinxlutiB tu "r" about tho Utnli Clean hits nation xt Several publishers havo R "I1" ''s ' ('"' the League unking for pnr- (illlclalK have H to 1 thu winner prize in !n!1 'his city ho worked h 'h ' i""'- i the ( was after J been tln c-Jty oinclals ntnl thu I.chI Commercial H ( V. F. G limey, H W Hobs, president the Commor- NH together HB the general constat- H ono rcprcsent- lug cuch Dip civic religious organizations in the fB city. This organization elected Junius V Hanks Its president nml S. v. ltoss K, secretary, also selected an t one from each B divided Into H 1 district- a HB, each block, whose duty It HT' J l" filvo literature, ' ,H' rcsiioiiBlblo for each home on his K' , H' divided Into an H;' a captain ' ,,icn Hl(Ie- ,ll,IB friendly B1 ? rivalry was ciigondcrcd. B I accomplished by...

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. — 28 November 1914

i ' AJ1KRICAN FORK CITIZRN 8ATl'lll)AY. NOVHMIIHR 28, 1014 I f LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS A 320-ncre 8moot Homestead uear Saratoga Springs for Bale See S. W. Ross. Sir. and Mrs. George Comer, Sr spent Sunday with friends In Plea sant Grove. Messrs Alfred Brownhcad nnd W. E. I'ace wero Intcrurban passengers to l'rovo Fnday. .Mr. N. A. Hrown went to l'rovo, Sunday, where his wife Is attending a sick grandchild. 'f'lie lluuncr wants your Job print flit? Messrs Business Man, Profession al Mnn nnd ETcry Day Citizen. 28-lt Sir. Ernst Anderson, who Is teach ing In Morgan, camo homo Saturday to spend n week with his, mother Mrs. Rnchael Anderson. Mrs. P. A. Child went to Sprlng vlllo, Tuesday, to visit n woek with her mother. Mr. Child went down Thanksgiving Day. All of Lehl's twenty-seven public school teachers attended the State Teachers' Convention In Salt Lake City Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednes day. The young friends of Miss Mndn Taylor gave hor n pleasant surprlso party Wednesday evening, ...

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. — 28 November 1914

MM ( AMERICAN FOKK OITISKN SATURDAY, KOVEMnigiJMOl , . ,, , , LEHILOOALS H'-fl Wr. K. Trliinlman was n Suit Lake Bf 1 liitcrurbnn posscngcr yesterday. B ;"'' Mrs. H. C. Nelson linct her tonsils B ' .8 removed tit tho Lehl liospltal Monday. Bj,,,?. ' Mr. ond Mrs. Alfred Oiirney linvo B ' v ' ii baby sick with bronchitis, H ' ? B Mrs. J. II. Sllcu of Tooele, arrived In B"t l.i'lil ThurBday to spend u week with B ! hor mother, Mrs. Kll Kendall. B ' ,,( Mr. and Mrs. Ruben King are niak- B . lug u week end vlBlt with friends In B ' ! South Jordnn. B' , J Miss Mary Fox wiib hostoHii to tho B ! j II. U. club Monday evening. Sewing B t and refreshments wcro the features. B ,5 B Y' Mr. David Davis commenced the B erection of a new home in tin Thlid B ;' ' Ward this week. K '' ' Mr. Luther Conies returned lo m Soraiiton, Wednesday, after a week's B'vi; Islt with his family. B' ' m , Tli ) Primary Association of the M' Firs'. Ward will hold Its annual con- B ' fcrouo tomorrow afternoon. B . Mr...

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. — 28 November 1914

Ihhhh HkhhesBj! -Tx AMKrtlPAN KOitrf HT1KFN RATI RIMY, NOVRMHKIt 28, 19U !UH I Pleasant Q rove DepartnT I lining News From AmericanFork Canyon jlr. Isaac Wadley cumo down from American Fork canyon Tuesday, where lie has been operating the Wadley lease on the Wyoming mine. He reports conditions looking up in this old .historic property, and ho Is taking out more oro nml of a bettor grade than ho has done- for several months past. Ho expects to send two moro shipments to the smelter before being closed In with the win ter's snow. However, he Intends con tinuing work all winter, and will sack the oro extracted and ship to thu smelter nt the opening of spring next year. Mr. Wadley says that the Mineral Flat strike Is the grcntcst strike In the canyon for several years. He thinks that Ttabbc and Daniels, the leasees, will makn a nlco bunch of money out of the strlko beforo the lease expires. Tho oro is of a good grade and lies In a woll defined vein, Indicating permanency more than ia us...

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. — 28 November 1914

BKu i AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN 8ATURHAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1014, I h I ' " '" H I ' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i j 0 I The Snn I'cilro litis n now agent, ii Mr. R W I'ypcr. ' Mrs. Lcnn Shot Icy of Snlt Lnkc, i spent tlm week end with relatives. , J H ' Mr. ItiislncHs Mnn Your buslncRs H. ,.N will Ihj tiottcr with nn nil in the homo C Y paper. H Clyilu I'arkor returned Sunday, nf- H ter Hpcudtnt; two, weeks In Amcrlcnn H ' Fork canyon. H' A liiislnoaa block on the Main street B Is n better monument to a nmii than B n stouo iii tlu cemetery. HM r . H Mm Jnincn I) Taylor was In I'rovo B liiBt Monday Isltlnt; her daughter, H- Mabel, who In taking a nurses' course H at the I'rovo (icncral hoHpitnl. R H Mm M Newman of Salt Lake, unci H Mrs WIlllaniH and son nnd daughter H of '"iiiitlful, wore tho guests of Mrs H I'cti" Adnmson's Thanksgiving Day H Tl. Misses Kinmii and Edith Sbcl- H ton i mi Mary Sutton of Salt Lake, H upeni Saturday and Sunday with B t heir garndparentn, Mr, nnd Mrs. Joe...

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 December 1914

T American Fork Citizen I few ' V0L X1i, . ,.., S H AMERICAN FOK C1T17.PA SATVUIUY, DRCEMIIKU, B, 1014. NUMBER 34 H I Evaporated Cream Plant I " I For American Fork 'nJ I Loral Citizens Who Finer the Enter- I prise Point Out the Advantages of , I Having One Located Hero. ind Some local capitalists and public I spirited citizens have been discussing the I during tlio past week tlio possibilities of I and desirability of locating an ovap- I orated cream plant In Amorlcan For I It la pointed out that thero is u ' r&. I abundant market for evaporated lcn I cream orcondonscd milk, and that I tlioro could be no licter location for I such ft plant than right here. This 7 I city is centrally located on two trnns- ry 1 continental roads and has cheap local n I rates on the Intorurban. Tho north I ' end of Utah county is a good dairy a I section and this city is In the center I of tliis section. o I Somo time ago some of our entcr- a, I prising citizens were talking n enn- 0r I nlng plant...

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 December 1914

JJJJJBBBBBBBBBWBBBS!!ca Saturday, December, 5, ioi4, m'M AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN mtm a progressive independent Kfj$$.; ( PUBLICATION ' a'' ; suiisciuttiox KjL'1 One Year $1.60 Hf Six Month! 30o HefK Entsred ai Second-CUts Matter at wra Postofflce ut Amcrlcnn Fork, Utah MM jU Otlice: Oppokltd Tabernacle. Phono H! Mk I W. OAISFOIII) Manager mVAfL S. W. ROSS Editor Bf$ Big Rabbit Hunt I ': Is Planned l'!! t . . Suit Lake Route Will Kim Special H'.t I Train, nnd Cedar Valley Dry Kiiriu. H'.' 'i"s Will Supply Cnim)iiuTs 'rec B i In the Hunter. i 7J Arrangements are being perfected B' ' for n big rabbit hunt lu Cedar Valley B ' to be held Home time during the pre- B ',t, sent month. If the proposed plaiiH H,'V' , mati..'e it will ho the blggeat hunt m ever pulled on in Cedar Valley. A ''' imm1 or of tlio dry farmers In Cedai Vnlliy and sportsmen In the north B end of Utah County have been work- B ', Ink the matter up, and II. 1. Leo of BB. tins Salt Lake Itoutu, came down to B American Fork...

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 December 1914

" '"' ' i. AMERICAN FOmC CITIZEN SATUnDAY, DECEMDER, E, 1914, - ' fflRV AMERICAN FORK LOCALS Mrs. J. T. Henry spent Thursday in Suit Lako visiting with friends. Extra Choice Cream Candles at Chlpmdn's, 2 pounds for 3Gc. B-lt Miss Annlo Harunott left this week for nn extended visit in Salt Lake. 1 You can get 'anything you want in tho Xinas present lino at Chlpman's. G-'lt Mr, and Mrs. D. II. Hoywood were in l'aysou Tuesday, on business, mid visiting old friends. Mrs. Arthur Dlckorson of Salt Lake,' spent tho week horo with her mother, Mrs. A. Itowloy. Mrs. James D. Taylor Is suffering with n severe nttnek of rheumatism and lagrlppc. Inor Nielsen .camo' homo Sunday, af ter n wcek'stny in Salt Lake with his sister, Mrs. P. M. Dassctt. m. Mrs. Marlon Drown of Lchl, form- Icrly Ruby Thornton of this city, has a bnhy girl, born last Saturday. Miss Mellnda Parkor returned Mon day from n week's visit In Salt Lake, with her sister, Mrs. A. Patterson. ! Ulg now lino of Xmao and New Year's Po...

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 December 1914

WtF ' AMBRICAN FOU OlTl.EN SATURDAY, DECBMDRR, G, 1014, ' , M 1 The Lehi Department 1 $100,000 Final Payment B ' Snpar Compnii)' Will Mnko Tli.Vd I'nj. m '? mt'iit For Sugar llcels N'i'xl Week f, Oior llnlf .Million Dollars DNtrlhtit. H ' I rl Anions Fanners This Year For B Hngnr Heels. H ' Next Tuesday the Lehl sugar fac- B tory will mnko Its final payment of K" , ) 1100,000 for sugar hects grown by the K ; fanners of Utah, Salt Lake nnd Wns- atch counties. Thin will bring the ft j grand total for the year up to npproxl- H T mntely $005,000. ft Tli ore hns lieui grown for the fat- ft " tory this year 131,000 tons of beets, ft of tlcsc 14,000 were grown In Kohl ft t' and tli Ib locality, inonnlng the dlstrl- ft butlin among tho runners here of BftJv $70,(";o, JttBt nt the time whcui money Bftj ' 1b ir st badly needed during the en- BB tiro year. Tho ylold this year haf BB been the highest general averugu foi BBJ. sovoral years, and has produced an BB nvcrago of 11 1-2 tons on the 82...

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. — 5 December 1914

I ' " ' MBWCAN F0I1K C1T17.KN SATUltbAV, DRCRMDRR. n. IrtU. flH 1 LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I "Mt . Siipt. S. I. OooUwIn of the Pcoplo's ''! Co-op., 'spent Monday in Salt Lake ' I City on buslncs. I - Extra- Cholco Cream Candles at I Chipman's, 2 pounda for 35c. 5-lt I f mm - . Albert Duhr Is building a residence 1 in the Third Ward, on the street lend- lag weBt from tho Junction stntlon. Ji Dr. II, Er Steele of Salt Lake City, J wna n vlBitor at the home of M. W. '. ' lngnlls Tuesday cvonlng. James and Joseph Holdcu went to I IUvcrton Tuesday, to attend the fun- 4 eral of u rolntlvet 2 pounds Best Mixed Nuts 40c, 1 i pound for 20c at Chipman's. 5-lt 4 j The Junior members of the Second Ward M. I. A. nro preparing to play tho "Obs'tlnato Family" during -the holidays. . Tho Manner wants your Job print "? Ing Messrs Business Man, Profession I' al Man and Every Day Citizen. 28-lt Tho Fourth Ward Dramatic com pany gave a delightful performance of "Tho Homanco of Phyllis," in tho Royal T...

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. — 5 December 1914

KV '" ' AMbUH AN FORK OHT.K, SATURDAY, DECEMDER, 5, 1914. Ejj LEHI LOCALS HMi Mr. Win. Hnckcr mndo n buslnesu pijij trip to Salt Lnko City W.iinwdjiy HfOi Mr. Sylvester Hroadbent made u H 'I- business trip to Salt Lnko Tuesday. B 1 'S. 1, Wells line added n now porch B j to;his homo during tho past week. B'vil' Stnuln'n Orchestra played to a big ! dance, nt HIvcrton Wcdnosdny , John AhIiIoii of I'rovo, came to Lehl ,. Thursday to attend tho Amiis Rhodct B funeral B' (, Mrs. Einnm Hemphill of Salt l.ako B ? ( Ultyf presented her husband with a H ) baby boy this week. B' I ' ' Clarence Jones and Dlnlno Penraon B left tor Ixigan this week to attend tin-. B Agricultural College. B f fi .Mro. W. T. llrown of Provo, spent H ''!' Krldny with her son, Mr. Elmer Jack B ' ion. B ( j i iMUs Lena Worlton of rial' Lake B v;f CJt)'. is visiting friends nnd relnthca B)' ' ' In l. hi this week. ! ) , Bj i Mr. Win. Oborn of Union, nunc to B t lehl Saturdoy to seo his wlfp who Is B 'u ,llu l-olil hos...

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. — 5 December 1914

inn i AMKIUQAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 5, 1014 HFlftSI Pleasant Grove Department H Who Will Be the New Postmasteil CuiiiiI) Cliiilrmiiii, Heber U. Jex, ijnjs , 'i nut ew Appointment Will lit Made December I'JIIi. , County Chairman, Hober 0. Jex, j anil Comity Committeeman, Wllford, Ollts, met with tho locnl Democratic ' precinct campaign committee here j last Wednesday evening. Tho meet ing was for the purpose of discussing i mid recommending 'tho appointment of a candidate for postmaster ol Mtitsaiit Grove. Thero wero ten mem i bcrs of the eommltteo prcsont. The nunits of Harry Wadley, John Att wood and Joseph W. Thorno were," presented and Mr. Wndley received the otes of Bovon of tho ten mem bers, orter which, tho recommenda tion of Mr. Wadley was made unani mous, At u prior meeting hold sev eral months ago, Mr. Wadley received ' live out of nino votes cast by lnein l burs or the committee, at which time also u second vote resulted In his , unaiilinous recommendation, so ...

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. — 5 December 1914

B 'I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DBCRMnBK, G, loH. B"j I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS B 0 . - I- I'oniiiita, bust kind nt Clilimnii s. M 12 l-2c per iiounil. r'11 ft f , M .Mrs. C. W. IIitiiHuu Hpotit the wcuk m. , uml 'with liur ulster In Suit Luke. Bb B J Mlaa Hvn Sclioultz left Tuesday for B f nn extended Bluy In Salt Lake. B-, " Iloyd Jackson mad a business trip B ' to Salt Lake Tuesday. B J. Holt of Richmond, spent the B t week end here, Bticst of Miss lleha BR B W. 0. I.lndBay or Richmond, spent B the week end In American Fork vlslt- BS 1 lug friends. BB f B ,rs Tninca Chlpmaii and Miss Ida B . Chlpmtin wero In Halt Lake Thursday, B to attend the runeral of Mrs. Asper. B MIph Mm y Foster lettirnwl Monday B to S. It Lake, after vIhIHiib with Mrs. BB 'I'. A. I .fi! for u week. B MIh3 Hazel Chase spent the, week in B l'ro vIsltliiK with her cousin, Miss BH l.orli.') Clinse. B Mis. I.. S. Harrington spent Thura- B day afternoon, In I'rovo, visiting with B Mr. and Mrs. De...

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