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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 12 December 1914

a American Fferk Citizen i lo. f0r t TOU 2tll. AAtRRlOAN FOHK CniZB.v SATMA.V, DECKMDKR12, 1014. NUMBER 35 , for a iii. J - LLr H Autumn Festival Resume i MUs NvJ I 'like C,carcd and Me Araon the ' ' Wards. Valke"1 Th0 Autumv F?stlvnl committee, er c M thls weck' comPLetctl 'ts work; and n Wss 'v 3nlnnc'nB ' accounts showed that er bc 8Um ot s'x huarei1. nn(1 forty-four 0 f WWt I dollars and 20o had been cleared unora nftcr M ofcpennea had boon met , I $100.00 has been distributed to each IXDosit'J ot lho foUr Wards nnd w111 l0 P "1 plied on the Stako Tabernacle assess- ' . at J mcnt8' 1 Mcur j The official report of tho groBs re. "ouncedl ctJpt9 nnt tho 0XPnBCfl ,s as follows: nberuM Qr0Ba Rece,PtB ' $1,08820 rest atfl ar0B9 xpenso 444-00 -ake TtM Net Pr0CCe(Ja G44.20 er pj"J Tho dlfforonco in tho gross receipts M of tho two reports comes from two j sources: Small accounts collected Vtti I B'nco la8t rcPrt anJ oxpensea of tho I Amusement commltteo not bell); re- j DeilnJ Ported as ...

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. — 12 December 1914

MKRICAN FORK CITIEHN SATURDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1914. I B':&( A-EUICAX FORK CITI-KN R a progressive independent K1! 1 PUBLICATION V I ( subscription H hi One Ycnr ? 1.C0 H ' 81.x Months 80c I' Iflutored as Second-Class Matter at Postofllco nt American Fork, Utah. , Office: Opposite Tnbcrnafle. Phone W H . 1 i U W. OAlSFOItU Manager H. S. W. ROSS Editor - Big. Rabbit Hunt Tomorrow H 'llircc Handled Suit I.iikc Hunters To B Co in mi' n re 1'rom (lie South Kurt nntl H tlio Snmo Number of L'luh County K Jlunlcrs to Commence From the - Norlh End) the Sk Hundred to .Meet 1 Hip Sinks. H i. Ao outlined In our Inst Issue, the B ' greatest rabbit hunt In Utnh county's H history will tnko place In Cednr Val- K ley tomorrow, December 13. It looks I H now (.1 If thcro would bo between COO H t nnd ( ''0 huntcni tnko part In tlio H nluughtcr. Thrco hundred members H n of tli'- Salt Lako Gun club will coma H down by special train from Suit Lake B City, nnd will bo mot at Falrlchl by H thirty teams ...

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. — 12 December 1914

"1 S225 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DEOEMRER 12. 1014 '9B AMERICAN PORK -LOCALS .1 A frog la a natural croaker. Don't ' bo a, frog. I Gcorgo Hunter was In Provo Tues- - I day, visiting friends. Thoso Xmao Suits for Men and y Uoys at Chlpmun's aro simply dan- ; ' illos. 12-lt Mr.f and Mrs. Peter Crystal left this y week for their homo In Idaho, after ' visiting hero ten days. I Mr. Jack Rosell of Salt Lake, spent tlio first of tho week horo vlBltlng with his wife, and baby, Miss Mao Garff spent tho week hi Euroka, visiting with her uncle, Mr. Win. Dromley. i i ' Mr. Wm. Whlpplo spent Saturday and Sunday In Salt Lake, visiting with relatives. I Mrs. Ocorgo Robinson and children of Lchl, wc.ro American Fork visitors Tuesday. Sco tho grand wild animal sensa tion, "In Tuno With tho Wild," next Monday, featuring Kathlyn Williams. 12-lt . Hand Dance, Apollo Hall, Wcdncs- ; day, December lGtli, American Fork Slhcr Hand, Latest Hits Ladles free. j Mrs. Hoy Murdock nnd children of i Provo...

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. — 12 December 1914

T H 'A1 . AMERICAN FOIIK CITIS5EN SATURDAY, DECKMDER 12, 1014, I K ,r , , . . " I The Lehi Department H I1 I ,r Death Claims I Estimable Woman H I H , Mri. Em inn Mulllner, Who Hat llccn m. n Grcnt Sufferer From Henrt m. Trouble, Passes Auiir Enrly Tucs- R day MornIu. B Mrs. Emmn Mulllncr, wife of Mr. 1 II. Y. Mulllncr, passed nway Tuesday m morning nftcr nn Illness of over two B yenrn of heart trouble. For the pnst B sovcral months sho has been bed- H ( fast and the end wns not unexpected. V Mrs Mulllncr line lived In Lehl most Bfl of her life, but hns moved around n ' gref.t dcnl with her husband. Stic Bfl lcnn a husband and one sou, Lazolle, BB who Is n grown young man. Her BBB othci surviving relatives nre her par- BB cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. John J. Child, H Prof. 0. X. Child, Francis Child and BBJ E. J. Child, brothers, and Mrs. Louise BH. Rhodos, Mrs. Eva llobson and Mrs. BBJl Delia Hanson, sisters. BBJ Funeral sorvlcos were held In the BBBj Tabdrnaclo In Thursday Morning at BBBj e...

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. — 12 December 1914

BSr m'm'mB1mmmmmmmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmWmW I MK1UCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1914 - 1 . o I: LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS l o J A good Christmas present Is the If llaiiner to mi absent friend. 12-3t j, - Mrs. S. L. Wells spent tho enrly M, port of tho week with friends In Salt ' Lake City. ',:' Miss Louis Thomas of tho Third ' Ward, will lenvo for a mission to tho 4M' Southern States en January 9th. M 11. C, Featharstono has completed H tho cement foundation for a brick I cottago for Azor Wanlass, In tho I southwest part of town, i j Hand Dance, Apollo Hall, Wednes i day, December 10th, American Fork Sllrcr Hand, Latest lilts Ladles free. I Mrs. C. D. Peterson and Mrs. Elmer Peterson spent Tuesday In Salt Lako City. Tho Mothers' club was entertained at tho New West Cottago Thursday I afternoon. Thoro was sowing, a talk along church lines and refreshments. Nothing makes n better Christmas presojit than n subscription to n good magazine Ralph Leltor can supply any magazine on eart...

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. — 12 December 1914

1V AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' SATURDAY, DECEMDER 12, 1014, I H-J ' LEIttLOOALS K "p Dclbort Allrcd Is connncd to his H ijl room this wool; with Illness. B I1 Miss .Icnnlo Dnuzlu wnn tho guest H V ' n( Miss SubIo Smuln Sundny. H Prof, nnd Mrs. 0. N. Child were In B I Lchl Thursdny to Attend tho funcrnl BS 1 of Mrs. Kmnm Mulllner BB f, John Donaldson was taken to tho BB ' ( locnl hociiilnl Thursdny afternoon suf- BS (, forlng wllh n bud enso or pneumonia. m Mr, Holier Harrison left Wednesday BB ' for Idaho, for a month's visit. Ills H mother accompanied him as far ns BB Bait Lake. Bh Tho Smuln orchestra played at BB lllvertoit Wednesday, for tho dance. BB t : They hnd a very successful crowd, BB Miss SubIo Smuln accompanied them. BB lntcruibnn passengers for Salt I.ako BK- City yesterday morning wcro Mr. and BB Mrs. Harvey howls, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- BB ' gan ".VoodhouBO, Mrs. 0. A. Holmstend, BB Mrs Oscar Holmste.nd, J, M. KIrkham, BB ,. i Win. Wing, Mayor Uurncy and J. E. B BH Th engagemen...

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. — 12 December 1914

I'M . ' - AMERICAN FORK OITIZKN' SATURDAY, DKCEMDER 12, 1914, u 9fH Pleasant Grove Department 1 Why Not Investigate An Evaporating Plant Millions -Fnlrt For Etnporntcd Fruit, While UlnH's Fresh Fruit Itojs On the Ground. Tho people of Trcmonton nro con sidering tho ndvlsablllty of a fruit evaporating plant for that city. Ap ples havo been sent to evaporating plants throughout tho country with a view of determining tho quality of tho finished product ns compared with that produced In other sections. S. R. Mott, Jr., manager of tho Trenfbnton Cider and Vinegar company, recently received a largo quantity of ovnporat ed npples from a leading Now York evaporating plant, ho having sent tho fruit there to ho scientifically treated. Tho result wbb most gratifying, ns the finished product was equal to tho best brands now on tho market from tho big evaporating centers. Tho varie ties tried out In this experiment wore Hen Davis and Gano. The stnto of Now York alono last year shipped $4,000,000...

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. — 12 December 1914

1 T f fl AMlsmavN t-durf cmm Saturday, dkokmbbr 12, ion. ... . . B : ' 'Kf ' f AMERICAN PORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS '. I o B I Mr. E. D. Hawkins was a Salt Lako B Fi visitor Tuesday. B fj J. L. Flrtnngo was In Salt Lake H I Tuesday on business. B i Mr. Win. Pool wbb In I'rovo Tucs- B day on business. B ' David Thomas of Gardold, was here B on business Tuooday. B ( What's tho matter with thoso Xmns B Sllppors at Chlpmaus? Thoy aro beau B tic, that's nil. 12-lt H Mr. Stovo Woods and Mr. A. Kelly H autocd to Salt Lakes Wednesday. aaaV H Tboodoro Nlcholcs Ib In from the B North Tlntlc Mining District. aaaB H Mr. J. II. Uallcy apwit Wednesday H ( I11 Salt Lake visiting with friends. H v Bnud Dance, Apollo Ilnll, Wcdnes- B day, December lOtli, American Fork H Silver Hand, Latest Hits Lndles free. K Mlsa Jeniilo LnrBon of I'lcnanul B I Qrovo, was tho guest of Miss Mar B Davis Wednesday. B Mr. Marlon Robinson was In I'rovo B J n couplo of days this week on busl- H Miss Norma Vnnco of Suit Lak...

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. — 19 December 1914

f fWB I American Fork Citizen I I VOL. XII. ' " , , mrtm H I . AMBItlOAN POIl CITIZEN, kATt'llllAY, unoEMOEIl W, 191J. NUMBER 03 H I Stake Priesthood I and Union Meetings 'ow Itcllgion Class MovementFarm crs Advised (o Grow More Siignr Heels. Tlio Stako Priesthood nnd Union meeting .convened Jn the Stako Tnb ornnclo last Sunday, President S, L. Chlpmnn was In charge. The opening songs wore "We Thank Thco O God Tor a Prophet" and "How Firm a Foundation." Priest James H. Clarke gavo tho opening prayer. Prcsldont Chlpman asked that the Saints respond on tho days set apart for sottllng tithing In their respective wards, and nlso said that a ready re. sponso was desired In tho matter of tho ward allotments to tho Tabernacle President Georgo H. Brlmhall of tho n. Y. U. addressed tho Saints and stated that tho church, through the U. Y. U., proposed to furnish a ro llglon class teacher to all tho High Schools of American Fork, Lchl and Pleasant Grove, onco each week, and that credits would ...

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. — 19 December 1914

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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. — 19 December 1914

I - ' ' ' American for crrrzEN satprday, DECEMBER 19, 1911. 'HH AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Slack spout Friday in Salt Lake. I Mrs. J. J. Jones is In Eureka vislt- I Ins with his son, James ami wire, I Hugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty per cent off nt Pcoplo's Co-op., Lehl. Enrl Varnoy wns In Salt Lake Mon day on business. Miss Vkla Leo Is homo from a three months' visit In Nevada. Mr. Jacob Greenwood Is homo from a two weeks' stay in Salt Lake, Honald Nlcholes spent Monday In Salt Lake. Mr. Wm. Pool made a business trip to Salt Lake Saturday. Rugs, Carpets, Furniture, at twenty per cent off at Pcoplo's Co-op., Lehl. There are a number of cases of what appearsfo bo chicken pox In the city. Lonnle Ithodes Is homo from a four monthc' stay nt the sheep herd In Soldier Summit. Mr. Leo Stnlllngs of Salt Lake, spent the first of tho week In Ameri can Fork. Wm. Carson of Fairfield, spent tho first of tho week in American Fork with friends. Children's Dunco Christinas nflcr...

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. — 19 December 1914

Si i AMERICAN' FOR CITIZEN' SATURDAY, DKCRMUBR 19, 1914, ' Rl ', ' v.'..1:. ' . j- . - i - :-s. . i .. ... 1 The Lehi Department IP Ij j Canning Factory 1 ; Construction Resumed W) ; !-i Ipi " Precisions .Uuil(. To Double Orlglnnl jv Cnpiicll) Corporation To Ho Form- m ,h nl ami IHrcrtors To H Chosen In IB .j! nir Future. jK ' f. Work wiih resumed um tliu canning Mf j factory construction Monday, after a HI' ; cessation of two weeks whllo the Hjl foundation harduned. Tlio work will Hill t Iluw l' IiUBhed forward to completion, B ' l Hit-' building should bo ready to B , to receive tlio inaclilncry by January H-fj "Oth, uiiIcbs the weather becomes too Kf j sevci e. BEt ( Tho 1'lans, according to the Ilrst Bjfj j continet, provided for a plant of Hff ! L'0,000 cans per day capacity, at a to- Kjjj Inl coHt of $8,700. The committee lias HjU t changed tliu original plans, however, jfi j adding about $800 more to tlio cost Hj j Tlio new plans provide for a little Hj 'f ' larger building a...

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. — 19 December 1914

I AMERICAN FPU CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914 H I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS m o . UIg Christinas Snlo , at I'eoplo's I Co-op., Lulil. 10-U Mr. Hyrum Harmon went to Salt Lako City Monday to sell some hogs. I Mr. A. K. Mulllnor of Venice, Sevier I County, is visiting friends In Lchl. I Ex-Mayor Henry Marshal of Tooele, M Is visiting with his daughter, Mrs. Q. M L. Stookcy, for ten days. ; Mrs. H. C. Holbrook and Mrs. W. A. I Knight wero Salt Lako" City visitors I Monday. I Havo you seen that sign on E. II. I Davio' barn. It's tho biggest one yet. I Tlio Dig ned Store of Chlpman's. 19.lt I Mrs. Sarah Kirkhnm Is spending a I week visiting with Mrs. Fitzgerald In I Draper. A Alias Wanda Klrkham will spent the Christmas holidays with friends In Provo. Mrs. Ada Stoddart was visiting sov- oral days this week with her daugh ter In American Fork. Mr. Jesso Walton of Salt Lake City, was tho guest of Miss Clara Bono Saturday und Sunday. Nate RockhlU came down from Salt Lako City Saturduy a...

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. — 19 December 1914

kiuvr" mm Mm j AMERICAN FOR CITIZEN SATURDAV, DKCEMUER 19, 1014. Ik lehi locals rDff ' ' -- ll H'B Christmas Sale nt People's nil Co-op., U'hl. 19-lt Blfll Mr. 0. A. Sliulo spout Monday In In Provo on business. Ijf Mrs. S. I,. Wells and' .MIbs JiiIIii K Rtislimnn sKut Tliursdtiy shopping In Mr Snlt Lnko City. Ill Intel-urban passengers lo Salt Lake i City yesterday wore S. A. Smith ,Mrs. Mf Alien Ashlon, Miss Soinmers IngnllB, jjf Mrs. S. K. Jackson, Win. Wins unci Ifl I' Win. Crnhli. 8 ""j Closing out entire stock of Toys and Mf Xmas Goods nt one-fifth off, at Poo. ' pie's Co-op., I.chl. ln-it r t tRr . ,' llynini Smith has thrco tennis innk- '; lK tho new seellcn of the Utah Lake H M, Irrigation company's canal, west of KtSp Jordan Hlver. H v Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Strong return- H& c' '" Alpine Thursday, after spending M'Jr ,0" ''VH guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John $ Furs, Suits, Coats, Skirts, entire Ji stock one-third off at People's Co-op., '$' I-elii. 19-lt H"ji' '''I'" Third War...

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. — 19 December 1914

'IHH AMERICAN . .:.. .''alaLe .. 19,1014 pH Pleasant Grove Department I . . H I Jack Hill Dies I In New Mexico I Mrs. Mnttlo nichards Hill, who has lieu living In Qarflold, received n telegram this week that her husband, John S. Hill, hnd been found dead In n railroad town in Now Mexico, and thai his body was being chipped to Tilnldad, Colo., where it would be burled and whore hla parents live. The cause of death was not given. Mr 11111 went from Garfield to Now Mexico about two months ago, and ami had only had two weeks employ ment as a railroad engineer. In a recent letter ho stated that tho town was full of discharged men, who wore to desperate they would take posses sion of a storo and help themselves to keep from starving. Mr. Hill al ways wore good clothes and It Is pre sumed Hint one of these men suspect ed lilm having monoy and waylaid him. Ho leaves a widow and threo chil dren, the youngest of which Is nine months old. Mrs. Hill, with tho chil dren, left for Trinidad, Thurs...

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. — 19 December 1914

EM i AMERICAN FPU CITIZEN' SATTUIJAV, DECEMBER 10, 1011, 'Egg i o.. . II , , AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS HIV i jl ' 1 Mr. V. AI. Qroo went to Suit Lnko Hjf . ! Snturtlny, returning Sunday uvctilug. jl Airs. .Mini l.co Iiiib returned from n HI wuck'H visit III 1'iovo. la . E. J. Scastnuid was In Salt Uiko 'am -Monday on biislncBS RH Ask your grocer for bread inndo nt K home. Anuirlcau Fork llakery. 10-lt KC AIIbb Millie KobliiBon lias resigned 1 1 ' lier jiosltlon as night agent at the In- D B torurbau xtntlon. Veru AIcNIol lias 1 1 filled the vacancy. 1 1 ) Uurlng tlio holidays when boiiio of 1 1 your frlcudn dioji In on you to spend I tlio evening, remember "Joe's Place" VBj 1 ojioii until midnight. You can bc- yM cure lunch goods there. All kinds, H Hg All of Airs. Sarah Clitpman's reln- K (Ives of I.(;)il, (tlio Southwlcks) enmc flB ovei Inst Friday, bringing picnic to $E give Airs, Chliimau n Iioiibo warming ME In their now home. The day wasj Vm 81,P"' very iilcasantly to...

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. — 26 December 1914

i American Flrk Citizen I ia 1 l -; - I r0L- XIL AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. NUMBER 37 H !r. I - M ' I Funeral Services For ; I Robert Grompton I Knrlj Settler mid Aged Veteran Is nt I Hurled Monday Eighty Ycnrs of r, I Age. I Funeral scrvlcoo for Robert fromp- ie I ton were held in tho Second Wnrd n I Chapel Monday. Dishop J. II. Storrs I presided and llio ward cliolr furnished I the music. Tho speakers were Wra. Y I Huntor, Prosldont S. L. Chlpman and 'm Dishop Storrs, who told of his povver- fill life and sturdy, honest character 1 I Di a man. John Davis sang n solo I and Prof. C. W. Hopkins played "Oh I My Father," as a violin solo. Tho In- vocation was by Dishop Warren D, I Sinltli and tho benediction by Isaac Wngstnff. I Robert Crompton was born August I 11, 1834, and died December 18, 1914. I Ho Joined the church in Nnuvoo, 111., I and was well acquainted with the I Prophet Joseph Smith. When tho I Saints wore driven out of N'auvoo he I with his parents...

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 December 1914

jWfy lM I ijtf 'H J MER1UAN FOUR CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. I Ij ! " ' T! "" ' Great Advances Along I ; ' Electrical Lines In Utah, 1 Idaho and Colorado. j No year in Utah's history linn wlt- j . nesaed greater advances along olect- j ileal lines tlinn tho one closing. No j oilier section of tlie west may bonst I ll mor I'f'tcntlul fnctor nmong tho I j iittnlnmontH of tho imbt year tlinn the Ij binndgnugcd development In tho gen- B orating, transmission, distribution, Mm "id Application of electrical cnen;y, Unit has gone utcadlly forward In B Utah, Idaho and Colorado. IjK I" two j ears tho reins havo been Iw gathered over n scoro or more of In. MM Jlv,(I "I I'ompnnlcs BcneratliiK and II dlstii'mtlng electric powor In south Mm eastern Idaho, northern and control ' E I'tiil'. iii1 western Colorado, new ft power houses havo boon erected, B w"8l' wntor stored, long transmission Hues built, niodorn sub-stntloiiB ercct- fk ri'. '"'! tho unification of the entire jf system accom...

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 December 1914

pfpH Blfl I -mm - ' - - AMmllCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I' Mr. J. J. Potors of Provo, was In I American Fork Sunday. Ernest Winn Is homo for a few days I with lilS wlfo and family. I s. T. Anderson was In Salt Lako I Wednesday on. business. I Smuln's Academy Christmas (Frl- I day) night for everybody. 24-lt I Mrs. Almu Greenwood left Thursday I for a few days' visit In Provo. Hoyd and Carl Jackson aro spend I lug tho holidays In Salt Lake. I Willis Smith of Provo, Is home to I spend a few days with his parents. I Mrs. Peto Miller returned Tuesday I from ti few day's .visit In Salt Lake. I Mr, W. C. Preston was in Southern I Utali this week, after a car load of I sheep I Mr. John Jackson of Provo, was In I American Fork Wednesday on busi ness. Smuln's Academy, Lehl, gives two big dances next week, Wednesday Dec. 30lb, and N'ew Year's nlgliL Axel Dloomqulst spent Wednesday and Thursday In Salt Lako "on busi ness. Miss Eunice Jacobson spent Sat...

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 December 1914

i ;i MKlUfcAN ronic CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1014. I The Lehi Department B . ... m Ira D. Wines - If Deeds City Park V Also Offers Clfy, nt Nominal Trice, B ' Mock West of Center Street Pro- H Tlslon of Deed (.'nils For Expcndl- H : (uru of Out if 11,000 In Eighteen m ' Tills week there wna plnccd on re- H' cord In the County Recorder's office H u deed signed by Ira D- Wines ami B ' Ellznbetli Wines, IiIb wife, convey- H t lug to Lehl City lllock 81, I'lut A, V j Lehl City Htirvey. Tlio Instrument was B, ! drawn up nnd hIkiioc! on December 19, Hlli ( Among tho provisions of the deed PHM are that it shall bo enclosed with r. PBB- I fence of two Iron rallB In wooden PlB' posts set In cement. It shall be PBB j knov n an tho Mnrgurct 'Wines Park. PBB Tlio sum of $1,000 Bhnll be spent on PHB It In 1915, In leveling It down, platting PBB , It out and seeding to grnBS, etc. pBV Thereafter for a period of eighteen PBB years, the City shall spend nt least pBK $G00 per year In keeping t...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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