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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 31 January 1914

BB .Bh B ljH H i K - - - . . . . AMERICAN FORK ClTIZEtf, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. mii mOSt FOR THE NORTH END OF UTAK"C0t;NTY--Y0UR HOME IS HERto I I Pleasant QroveDepartment ! It There Be Peace BJ docket record of tho Fourth nl District Court shows thnt In BJn ciibo hits been Bet to determine Bftrc the rightful owners of ccr BJvnters thnt como from Battle BJ Caii'yon. Certain farmers llv BJ Pleasant Qrove precinct are the Biffs In the case, and Pleasant m city Is the dcfeiidnnt. Tho BJrs hnvo employed an nttorney ti one of the best authorities on BJ matters In tho state. The city undoubtedly employ the best BJ authority obtainable to fight BJnsc. As the time for trying the Hnears it Is quite probable thnt mnl legal help will be secured BJth sides, because there Is bo BJst stake, and d mistake at this BJiny mean an Injury that Wou'd BJrnanont for all time. A long Bjf witnesses will be tnkou to BJ under nu expense and at n BJ when their time Bhould be do Bfto plnntlng crops, spraying tre...

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 January 1914

AMERICAN FORK J.TIHN. SATUnnAV- JANUARY 31, 1014 T -JM H Aiherican Fork Locals and Personals HB'! 'J. W. Storrs Bpciit tho fore part of Hh'fi ' tho week nt Tintlc on business, Hb- J HB , Mrs. Jnck Roscll or Salt Lnko City HB wns tho guest of Miss llnrbnra Holey JM'. part of tho week. MS Miss ricba Leo lb homo after Hpcnd- HH Ins tho past month visiting relatives HB and friends nt Ulnghnm. H' Mr. Stephen Woods returned to HE Eureka Thursday nftor spending n few HK days here visiting his family. B; Mrs. Charles J. Wright entertained HV n number of friends nt dinner nt her H3 homo Monday. H Mrs. Sponccr (laminoll of Sprlng- H, vlllo spont tho week hero visiting her B'. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. I)nvls. Bp Reed Robinson, Jcsso Klrkmnti and Hv f Wallaco Hclsolt went to Salt Lnko Hfl t' City Tuesday for an oxtonded stay. Hv ' I'M It you havo anything to sell a little Hj ad in tho want column brings results. ui I Sc paP 2' Htf ' . Mrs. Nina Ottcson returned homo Hi "Tuesday after spen...

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. — 7 February 1914

BBb. iHrnL '""v ' , BBBI I American Ffrk Citizen 1 BST """ AMERICA FOnKWMATU jJBiriiliAnY 7, 10H , WOMB& I Btierurbin Depot Probably Located K(rm Shovel Loading Gravel 1'nrm m Homl to American Fork SoW BBB , to (Jo Into Commission. H OfllclnlB or the interurban railroad Hvcre in Amcrlcm Fork this week and Khrough tliu linn ofClurk & lllckpinii Khoy tied up Uic Flrmage propyl ty on Hrialn Btrcut, opposite the Orient Brhcatre. While tho deal was not act Hually consummated, tho tying It up Ylnthe form of fin option probably Hmcans that this alto haa liimUy been Klccldcd as the location for the tttulloii Hfor this city. 1 Mr. W. II. Done, construction man Mngcr for tho lntorurban railroad, was Hlu town Monday making arrange Hmciits to ballast tho grade, from Jor Hdaii River south. .Where' the. toad passes under tho D. & 11. G, tho track Hwas covered with u foot of Ice, which Hluid to bo cut away. BBf The ballasting Ib 119W completed Hiom Salt Lake City to tho NnrtowB, Haiid ...

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 February 1914

mm? . tKT ml " .AMERICAN k)UK CITIZEN, HATUnDAY, FEDKJJAltY 7, 1914 ........ ', t;VH n,' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN MM A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT WS PUBLICATION m " SUBSCRIPTION S Ono Year S1 r.0 Six Months .............90c III Pni?Jm(!.n8,80Acon(1rc,aB8 Mattor ? Iostofflce nt American Pork, Utah. Hu Oflcc: Opposlto Tabernacle. Phono 85 jj.l s- w- ROSa EdUoT B L. W. OAISFOnD Manager f PAINT ON THE FARM 11 .wh?rm,s no ,nvcstmont on the farm 3' J,"?.1 w, compare with paint. A few lulU. ta,Vtol ,'n Mint properly np- Piled to tho bulldlnga adds more to i tho appearance, attractiveness and 5 general desirability of tho farm as n ? piaco to IIvo, a homo to own or as an it Investment than ten times-yes, often IIP nfty tlmcB this expenso in any other If "I10, of improvements that can bo ndd- II k j C(1 t0, tho farm. What are your Im- prcsslons when you travel through a Ml j farming district on railroad or by any K other conveyance and your attention Is ft r0UBhA l0 th. ou" weather-beaten I P fc V...

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 February 1914

MmW - - , . UlbrttCAN FOKK C1T12EN, SATORftAY, FICBHL'ARY 7. 1311 M City, Council Holds V ' Special Meeting BBS- BBaV "" BBnWatlag Business to lie Alt (lone Out BfljF Again IU V. Greenwood the , New Watcrmanlcr. B' ' A special meeting of the City Coun- BjBcil was "hold Wednesday evening. BJBJT In the water suit that comes up In Bthe district court, wherein Thomas Chlpman and others nro suing for BjTdaBiagcs from tho overflow of waste Vwatcr, It was decided to send B. Y, Greenwood, J. M. Miller, J. W. Preston BJBjand. Alma Rowley as witnesses for the gafdVclty. BJB An Important legal opinion was read IjBrrom Rydalch A McGurrcn, Salt Lake BHjattorncys, relatlvo to the validity of BHtho paving warrants Issued for the gBjlasjt oxtonslon laid. The opinion stat BHcd that in order to make tho warrants Hand assessments legal all the prelim BbB inary work Incidental to tho laying of BJB the -walks and tho collection of the assessments would havo to be gone Hdvcr again. BH A communication fro...

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 February 1914

Hll AMERICAN FOnit ntTt?r.'. SATURDAY, FBURUARY 7, 1914 -r. . ......-i .,-. 'H 1 The Lehi Department I I UTAH COUNTY TEACHERS CONVENTION D TIIHKH lU'NRHKR TtiACIIEltfe TO MKKT IN l.tilll R , XKXT WEEK 1'JtOMINEM' EDUCATORS TO Hf ME l'ltKHIv.NT. H Next Friday and Saturday llirco hundred edit- Wm cators from'.all parts of the county will meet In El 1-olit In annual convention to iartlcliato In cducu- U tlonal studies and listen to prominent educators K from different parts or the mate. Lehl cltlzons arc iB tnakliiK exteiiBlvo preparations for their entertain- HI ' ment, The following Is the official program: HI MIIllAV, FEIIRUARY 1.1, 11114. Hi - ' .Morning Session, 10 o'clock. L , LKHI TAHICRNACLH. V , Chorus. rCoiiie Away" . .Lehl lOlghth Grade H Invocatloi. K'1 I Ladlcs'"Qtiartctto Lehl High School B ft " Address of Welcome W. K. llopkliiB, Lehl mWn , nWSr N- K- NoIIboii, Sprlngvlllc l,i Rending? Lucllo B. Hogcra L'J AUdresB Superintendent A. C. MntlieBou B VM Chorus. "Those liveni...

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 February 1914

AMB1.ICAS rBK CITIZEN. a.vTUIlDAV, FfflmtlAHY 7, im , , jM I Lehi Locals and Personals ll (Jiirft wiia u Provo lHllor gK Rillh of Salt l.nk' Cfty P"t Blth his l-oltl frlciiilH- HlJLnn ItlnillCHliacli of IlUur m, Lehl lUor Sunday. . K'rtlo Klrlthiiin spent Monthly Klay In Salt Lsiko City. gK Clilmnn's anil B'l your a toothpick, l)"t your oliolap mc nPw spring Hour rugs. 7-lt Hu'ltoV went to Salt Lnko City u purchusu fixtures Tor his Bhavo anything to Boll it little H want column brings results. 2, K Mrs. Ivan AndrcuBoii of dur E, visiting with friends and Hln LpM. Hiundiiy schools will lmvo B tha program tomorrow cyc B)0 Tabernacle. Hmmn Hemphill of Ball Lultu H lre 11 the guest 6t Mrs. 13. J. B tjie-jiast ten days. n Harrlsnu returned this Him a fortnight's , visit with n Malnd, Idaho. Bi tho market for all kinds or Bcf. cutllo breeders or milch Btio" tnutton and' veal. AMOS K, l.olil, Utah. . 31-2t y on WcducHdiiy to upend a IsltliiB with her sister, Mrs. Innell. jou Been those hig...

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 February 1914

m r'BB B. AMERICAN FOUR CITIZEN, SATUltDAY, JANUARY 31. 1014 ' , . , ,H Many Business Changes Made K J ' (Jnrfl Ilros Manner Office Itnlph BJjj LcHcr l'rllte, (ho Ilnrbcr Lionel S Emus .Mllllnerr Store .' Henry Tliomux.i Apparently authentic rumor lias It ,)., that during tho piiBt week Knrlt Bros. HtSk have- purchased the Comer building Bjl jj on tho south side of Main street and Zs'i ! opposite tho Lchl Opera Houso. Tlioy h will remodel the building and nfnko wt " It one of tho moBt up-to-dato meat BJ j markets In the county. They will At, ' also Instnll an artlflclal Ice plant and M ' manufacture Ice, not only for their HJl', '" own purposes, but for the public, Tho HJ ' plant will hnvc a capacity of six tons BJ ' i per day. The building Is Ideally eon- BJ j structed for meat mnrket and refrlg- Bjj;. uniting purposes. Tlioy will lay a Bjf i t cement walk Xront the Operu House to BJ ' r their meat market. The darff Bros. JM , , have recently opened one of the most lC ) inodom shop...

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 February 1914

r'lm IB .... I "riTZ-l T" - , AMERICAN FOnK OlTIgKN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914 .. Jl Pleasant Grove Department 1 I the Matter Hi Utah's Taxes Bhoul Student's Answer (o H Perplexing Question. Bmoot of Suit Luke City 1ms ftrlzc of $100 for tlio best K1 essay on the above sub commend to hlni the fol Bcr by Ellsliu Kirk no being WRonsldcratlon. It iiIho makes .ng for every taxpayer: Kf sourco of public rov HK State of Utnli Is the prop Kvhlch is beyond nil doubt V worst taxes known in tho HBorld. As a principal form H It tins been abandoned In HHcd countries and bus been VB by grent students of II BBropcrty Is defined to ln Hey, credits, bonds, stocks ttcrs and things, real, pcr HHJmlxcd property, capable of norshlp." Tho legislature dc a uniform law for ex If tho property in the stato HH In accord with tho spirit HHstltutlou nnd the laws of Hc tax would bo more equal, Is, tho great (inequality Bn 8 per cent to 75 per cent Ho assessed valuation and HBtluatlon, Tho data gained Kolnt sho...

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 February 1914

m t m V' , m AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', SATUnDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1914 -. ... . , ,, B HBm. . K American Fork Locals and Personals H Hono Vimco wiib lit Salt I.nko City Klf Suturdoy and Suiiilny on business, Hj Mr. John Hunter made a business BH trip to Hcbrr City on Wednesday. H.I SH- ' " Muscntcll grapes from Spain at p: fJJoo'a Plncc.'' Sweet nnd dollcloUH, B, ' 20c per pound. 7-1 1 iMr Dun Andrctiflcn of Suit Lnko is H. hero visiting his sister, Mrs. Chrlsto fl Cell Tnhn. H '& , H ,'m Mr. J. H, Storrs wiib at the stato H cnpltnl Tuesday on business. B' SThoso embroideries In Chlpinnn's fl, Bargain Basement at G nnd 10 cents fl . per yard are simply simps. 7-lt fl ' 5 Mr. anil Mrs. William Miller outer- fl tulucd at a family dinner nt their homo Thursday evening. fl' , fjlf you havo anything to sell a llttlo ,0 il In the want column brings results. fl.L po pago 2. 'f " " IpMrs. U C. Ilcurold spent tho week Bjj (it Provo visiting her parents, Mr, and fl 4 Mrs. Joseph IlMurdock. i Rf ...

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. — 14 February 1914

fjmgricanjork Citizen 1 VOLUME 1 AMERICAN POIIK CItIzkIhATPIIIUY, FKIIUt'AHY 14 "i MM 1 Outlook for Prosperity , . stockmen, Merchants audi Jj'ffirt AH I'OOK Forward to a $ M,nJo,l Vcar Hi Their Scleral Lines. l w..r Interviewing tho lending cltl- - A!'of American Fork, we feel justl- 1' ft In Sing tl.c people of this f .mVonc of the most prosporous locality onto. o win uot be "Whine I "tho nature of a boom, "fjSfjS Pl"l". B"11"' 00d ,lvcrnB0 ''lirSs of nil prosperity la the -' .,mr It has been ninny years Binco 1 Sh 'n'sluru """.Bottcn Into tho I Si u to Micro now. It bus nlso boon I nt jenrs bIiico there was so fbundant a supply of snow in the . , imintalns for tho summer's use, so M St taken all In all tho outlook for mod crops could not bo better. Farm a,m olcts still maintain their high nrices anil beef and milch cows never rc to high. The sugur beet exports are predicting two more tons of beets r acre than were grown last year because of the favorable outlook. nil American For...

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. — 14 February 1914

Jf' ,- - AMERICAN frOUt QiTl2gJrui",A1' - Hi ' AMERICAN ,jV;kWl TIZKN P, . A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT KKl PUBLICATION U' SUHSCRIPTIOJf R Ono Year ViS Mi j, 81x Months 00 Bf Entered ns Second-Clnas Mattor at H Postomco nt American Fork, Utah. B Office Opposite Tnbernnclc. Phono 85 B 8. W. ROSS Editor B L. W. OAI8FORD Manager ' The Ideal Young Lady H Two weeks ngo wo published an ex- B' cellont nrtlclo on "Tlio Ideal Young H J Man," written by a young lady of the B I Lchl First Wnrd. The article that fol- H ' lows is an answer by one of the young H , , men of the First Ward Y. M. M. I. A. H . Inasmuch as wo young men wish ! f our Ideals and osiieclally our ideal i '. young lady, to be superior to tho or- H dlnary porson, and thnt wo might i ', more clearly see her superiority, I MM have chosen to describe them IDEAL Hu Let us begin with tho homo first. j A , After breakfast Is over and tho youn- HSl s gor girls are busy washing dishes, Jr the mother (who through tho worry m'JA atfd tro...

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. — 14 February 1914

t 'tm M "" ' i AMERICAN FORK CITIZBN.JVKQAV. PEUni'AUY 14, 1014 ' SS1 IJoANFORkLOOALS ri u llflflldThns been very 111 I v Ownia wits a Salt Lake . BcMUKor 'wcdiicsdny. I , Miller biioiiI Tuesday In Sail t 8 ,.nc -no lor of Logan la here ,i; " "arcnls' MVndMrB' lotn Kelly. t I w"k here vlsUHiB her slater, Mrs. J. ' I .., A A. llall of Pleasant Orovc I lihe guest of Miss Edith Hlndlcy j K' Lincoln's DlrtMny. I miss Leoua Kelly went to Logan IJISw for fow weeks' visit with ! BrtLllYCS and friends. . i I r and Mrs. Chester Pulley arc tho - I proud PrllU of " b,,by boy., which I ,rrlted hero TucBday. ' I Mrs. Aha Kelly went to Salt Lake I m Friday evening for a ten days' i I visit with friends. Mrs. Esther Eastmond of I'rovofcfor i merly of this city, Is reported ns being terrlll- ( jUjj Blanche Clark of Plentmnt Crotc spent tho week end hero visit ing relates. t Mr, and Mrs. T. F. Corbctt will en tertain tho Coiiiub Club at a Valentine party at their home thlH evening. .' Mrs. Will Shel...

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. — 14 February 1914

mwu ' H ..J : , AMElUCAN FORIt 01T12BN, SlTl'KDAY. PBOttOAItVMM -.--n I' klfiH 9 I . I- I I! .-.- - . ..I I. .. -..,-.,. II .- II .. ., III! , M j I The Lehi Department I ; Ihterurban Gars Now I ' Running to Lehi i .i B They Aro (Iimd Cars, lint Will lie H , Supplanted With I'assciiL'cr M 1 (Mrs This .Monlli. H The lututurban railway has shown Mmy. much activity In Lehl this week. An H englno nui train of cars have been MM' hauling loads of gravel on tho track Hi to tho north of town, whllo a gang HJ of Japanese havo been tamping It un- Hl dcr tho tier. Just north of the wastu ditch It his been necessary to raise H the track over live feet through a H slough, and on tho street lendliiK cast Hj from tho sugnr factory It will he ne-' B ft' ccssary to haul ' In Severn' feet or Hm grade., At tho latter place It Is necefl- ntj ary to back the cars In ahead of the ' '.: englno and unload tho gravel, as the ta ground Is loo sort to hold up tho en- MM! i Bine till after It has been ballaste...

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. — 14 February 1914

I' isffl I' ' AMEniOAN FORK CITIZEN'. SATURDAY, PEniU'AUY 14 mu Ilfil H !5 I r"Tehi Locals and Personals I I .. nini wiw " vlBltor to I'rovo . ,, nun ulll leave during the I jSi-SerJ mission. 7 nuts nil o" k'"'1 nt chl- gccd oais n cwt j ook f(jr (ll8, l.Jwta our BlmNVJvlntlow. 14-lt I . nnd Mrs. Knos Jackson wont to I cm lake City Monday to attend a I. birthy -party on their Bon Kugcno. I' .i, mid Mrs. Krvlng Henry moved I ,fcSr" booBdiold effects to Dli.gknm I on the past week. .rtinir Hradclcr turn received n cnll I J. mli to Great Britain nnd I 8 leave in the near future. I ncorge Austin went to Price Mon- day to lalt with his son, who owns , ranch there. I vr George Wing Is out again after m Illness of about a month's durn- Hon. I nr Holbrook has heeir buying' a lot of cattle nnd hogs with which to stock I & dry farm in Cedar Valley. I No dollar is fo valuable. bo wcl- me In the purse-ns a dollar saved. ne ad-rcadlng shoppers know tills. I How can jou fish if you do not bar...

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. — 14 February 1914

7 W mm AMERICAN FOtttf C1T12EN, HATL'llDAV, FEBRUARY 14, 1H - - B HI Grim Reaper Claims M Estimable Young Lady HU HBi & Vi , , Miss Minnie Fox of the Third Nurd HL l R Suddenl) Ends LVi'ful Life. l HB .Last Monday morning ill 3 o'clock H, MIbb Mumlo Fox pnsaed uwny, from H licuit trouble. While oho had been H suffering lit n way for boiiio time, her H condition wiib not considered to be H alarming till Sunday afternoon, when H t)hu took worse suddenly anil expired BHl early next morning H! Funeral services were held In tho HM' Third Ward mcetlnghouso Feb. 11, HB Bishop Henry Lewis i presiding. The HB ward choir snug "1 Nled Thco Ev'cr) HI' hour." 1'raycr by George Glover. HH Duet, "Sometime, Bomowhcre," was HI -uuitl; by MIbbcs Louie Thomas aim HE Marcella Johnson. HP The following sketch was rend b HB j Bishop Lewis: HB ' Alary Marshall Fox, daughter of Al- HL frcd M. and Mary Southwlck Fox, was B. tP hoi n on the L'Otlilay of March, 18711, BBS! f at Lehi, Utah, She was baptize...

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. — 14 February 1914

AMERICAN FOUR CITIZEN. SATUnffAY, FlUWt'AUY H, t9H i '"llOfcj tPTeasant Grove Department 1 W ,(,( Tubcriinclr. at. I ,.iT sal dl,y fr !"0 bar V8S , drove. Tho day . If""!. being clear ' 1 1W' Tarm 0" Committees , , W 1 I..B material for U' "St W .( began to arrive at 11 , wl2 1 1 fj greeted with ban Piled d WC "LonB Live tho Old ia rrto".- Aec,i a uW H . nld Folkk." s li s Tbcr,,,c'e' " "" win H . , ,, H -Come, Come, Yo Saints S53 V L ...Hlshop Olpln ty H "iVmiBfi to tho Man" ' EcMVcicome W.L.Hayes olnt W ,CEira F. Walker of Llndon "'" H'TsonR "Wc Welcomo tho n WiSr Wm. H. Adams .ake 'Eltfon of white carnations to ?5 H 5 earsof age, compliments S He Pleasant Grove Floral com- for H and l'rIllatloQ of a Bcarf tolrs. Mc- 'S "" 0, being the it a st man and woman present. Ihc retl LL,t! crc the gifts of Mrs. Stephen 1; Khlpman. - Salt '. IS o'clock 125 sat down 10 oner tloa Hhe best banquet" ever prepared. cr'i H, ,erTC(i hot nnd contained ev- - d Bblng that tho heart could deoirc, wn 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. — 14 February 1914

K i ' AMtittldAM FORK OlTlfclW, SATURDAY, FfclJRUAitV U, Mi " fl ISBBBBBH ll --- w . u J FjBSV-4 ft - American Fork Locals and Personals HSk Hb Mancsco was a I'rovo visitor KH Sundny. J fj TIES Iho latest. "Royal Tailoring U Co' 14-lt K' Mrs. 1. T. Henry spent a few days Hu this week visiting friends at I'rovo. H; T Mr. James H. Clnrk was a Salt Lake visitor Monday. ' ' Mr; nn Mrs. Ross Cunningham arc B residing In Mr. Nephl Hnnson'a rcsl- M dence on Fifth East and Main strcotB. m Spring shipments of floor rugs are B arriving dally at Chlpman's Big Red j Storo, American Fork. 14.lt H , Mr. and Mrs. Charles James left 1 m for their Canada homo Wednesday ' m after spending n few days hero vlslt- : Ing old,frIcnds. fl Frnjik Gardner, who Is attondlng j M school at the U. Y. U. in Provo, was I H hlHrparoan"sr.,',y nnd SU"dny V,8,tlnK Hi a l, J nf "ft; """nloy and son Frances Cl of fcuroka wcro hero Saturday at- JfflH tondlng to business affairs nnd vlalt BpP '"K relatives. :T A Tho, for...

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 February 1914

i American Mfl f AMEHICAN FORK OjJpfN, S. m prohibition ! 1 How About It? I is the Town '0,nK KcbkiIm Wet or I American Fork hna been a grcnt """" battle-ground for the liquor question. ' in the daya of snloona tho fclty hud I mure tlutii tho usual number allotted I to rural communities of this alzo. . I when tho ally voted to go dry tho fight iialel was lsrou8,y f0UGt- Lcst year the "nil vet clement came uncomfortably close s'l I In getting a new election, and prob- ably with tlc small number of voles 'Mr I required nt that tlmo would hnvo ouc- t I cerde(1 ,uul llloy ltnown n,0-ro nbouJ H i.?i I The city now has two placet? that ave I notorious for selling booze and brcak- I ng the law, and there are nlBo a half tH doica other places that well Informed B men sav the thirsty citizen may be H accommodated. " H' What does this all moan? With two : concerns apparently making a good litlng out of the illicit traffic and tho ' half dozen others miking money out H of the business as a sid...

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 February 1914

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