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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 16 January 1915

TryTW H il B IAmericanf ork Citizen I J tfflf XII 'm M',lMIWMWiMMWMBWMMi F HJl 11 ' AMERICAN FOK CITIZEN SATl'ntMY. JANUAUY 1C 1915 I i .yg B -; 1UIJI" NUMBER 40 WLr (CAN THE TAXES BE REDUCED Kftrnicrs nnd Tiajcrs Sny Yes mid I' lVllllini (ho Legislature I, Accordingly. t I- probably tha most Important movc I ucnt tlmt has boon lnunchcd for n I long time was tho question looking to I' reduction to tho present high mid I t,urdcnnom3 taxes, that wns lnunchcd I jt tho farmers' and tnxpnyors meet I Ing. held In tho City Hull, Wednesday 'evening. Whllo tho meeting was cn.ll l'(d under tho auspices of tho local I Farmers' Society of Equity, It wns In I tended for tho taxpayers of tho com. I nunlty. "ho comfortably filled the I City Hnll nIul showed deep Interest I n tho discussions. I W. I) Stewart was elected chulr I man of tho mqctlng, and E. A. Mor. I gan secretary. I Alma Greenwood gave nn address I on "the lucqultablo Assessment of I Taxes," and certainly satisfied his I itidlence th...

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. — 16 January 1915

I.'l J AMERICAN Q1UC CITlZESBrtm) -ssa r.' AMUMl'A.N FORK CITIZK.N wMw a progressive independent Bh" puhlication lil , SniSCKIPTION ffff One Year $1 .50 11111? R,x Months 00c Hk! i Enteral as Second-Class Mnttcr nt 111 mil ' Font Olneo nt Amorlcati Fork, Utah. Km i IlJ a l Ofllcc: Opposite Tabernacle. I'lionc 8." ijil'; S W. Ross Editor HfiiM I- W. aalnronl MnnnBor iisrii K wm Seeking Ideal Location Is Folly' Ik 0ur Town Gootl As Any ffvljl II), "OHSKRVKH." Bwll A "lfUl l)y w,'"1 ' VWIH "CL' ('",i,,o' kM (h1 Bald: "Wliun I was In school I fLSffj lioniil a lecture entitled 'Stay Where dSII You arc,' puictleally all my boyhood BHk friends who decided to take llm loe- 'dShI turer's ndvlec and remain In tlio old BRnl hotrc town nro now well off, wlillo BRfBl I Inure been In business at several iHlRII placet and linvo made very slow pro- l'f Kress " AHull It r-ceniH to mo there Is a lesson In flnjrl 'Ills tor a number ot our young people BmBh that ( hnvo talked with In the laul 9Ri year ...

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. — 16 January 1915

ill IB " U AMERICAN FOttK CtnaKX SVITRDAV, JANUARY 1C, 191G, jalfB KjfjAN FORK LOCALS ftonltoii of Provo, wna nn l,n Fork visitor Thursday. Aon Hugennl Is vlallltig frlontlB ,, this week. r young mm'0 n ""alneas trip I, ,talc cnpltnl Thursday. In park of Suit Lake, was the of Mls Annl ,Iamncl1 8u- , Ida Cliljnnini spout tho week i with friends and relatives In Kike. I Leonard Shelley of Salt Lake, Wednesday ond Thursday with l(r mother, Mrs. J. N. Ovnrd. I Annie Kindred of Sprlngvllle, the week end here, guest of ;ohn McTnguc. g. H. Shepherd of SprlngvlHo, i few dnys this week with , n American Fork. H mil Mrs. A. D. Adams spent Ha; and Wednesday with friends H't Lake. H B N. Chrlstcnseu entertained Hjber of her friends at supper Hjjy evening. H Bryant Strlngham nnd baby of Ht'rc Mcro visiting with 1'cr pnr H)Ir and Mrs. James Chlpman, H Bonnie Drier Indies and their Hod) will meet at tho homo of sen Halllday next Monday oven- H Ferry Hush and daughter, MI1 Hleft Thursday for a two ...

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. — 16 January 1915

IP 1 I h AMERICAN FORK aiTIZI BATnilMY. JANTAHY IB, -,. f The Lehi Department 1 Reunion of Silver Grays H Out Ttwi Hundred Snl Dinin to the H lliiiiiiicl, ami Later Eiijojcd (he H Program mill .Mutton PIchireM. H Wednesday was old folks iliiy for j . the silver (trays of I.ehl. Alt tlio H veterans of the city over CO years of H ago wcro thu guests of the old folks H committee, mid every family In the H city contributed In cither money, H chickens, pantry or service, towards H their cntextnliiinoiit. Thu veterans H commenced to nsscmblu In tho Tub- H crnnclo nt 11 o'clock nnd promptly lit H 12:30 two hundred nnd nlno sat down H to n line hot chicken dinner, with H vegetables, plus, cakes, fruit mid H other delicacies, of which there woh H plenty mid to spare, H Tho tables wcro decornted with pot- H ted plants contributed by the I.chl M Floral company, who also presented H each of I ho guests with a white car- H nation. H After tho banquet the following 1 program was given In tho audi...

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. — 16 January 1915

"? g5aJ-"U l AMERICAN rnm- CITIZEN BATPHuay ju, v , 'k "Z T7 ' t3 i i v"""'i jam aih io, I'jio. in WT LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS ' Knicl Kvans spout Saturday hi on legal business B,ndMrs. H. K. OMuIi apcnt 55HLfcend visiting friends InProvo. """""uj MlHe Kelly of Shoshone, Idn- ' ,,( wvernl days this week anetMJJ friends In Lehl. Bind Mrs. Hnrvey Onkoy will re- HtoAlr1'10 '" "10 "cnr fl,'liro n,"l 0Brllelr home there. e the IB BL Carlson mid daughter, Hilda, . "a Salt Lake City Sunday for n " ""'., tljft with relatives. from V Inj ifB, Fourth Ward amusement corn He gave a most successful picnic Hfcnclng party In tho Ward House r.i'crcnlng: '"" OIK, jjkIo Shaw entertained a H of young ladles at n sewing IE Byonday evening. Iiefrcshtncnts FtflaKrred. M(Smuln's orchestra played at a nnf jHjuce at Rlverton Saturday night. llH(of the pieces played wero on Ttt H ilx times. Hu Wngstaff of Halltday, Salt ""Jcounty, spent several days as nek end guest of his aunt, Mrs. U iHj Bone. ihM or Hi L...

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. — 16 January 1915

ii AMERICAN KOltK CMSMaaAWlUA B LEHI LOCALS H '11 10 City Marshal had a sick tramp H In Ills care several days thl3 week. H Doris Dorton returned homo on Hi Thursday, lifter an extended vlalt lu H Halt l.siko City. H l''llo Child, now representing the H McDonald Cuiuly coiiiiiiuy, spent H Thursday In Lehi on business. H Dr. Holhrook attended a meeting H or tin- Utah County Medical Society nt H I'rovo In Bt Wednesday. Somo boys broko Into Die Fourth HI Ward church Wednesday night after HJ the party anil stole a lot of oranges, H etc., that were left over. H Frank Fagau wns In American Fork H Tliursdny on business, prctulnlng to H the opening of up-to-date tonsorlnl HJ Iiarlors here In the near future. HJ Roy Davis, dciiuty assessor, went HJ to 1 rovo Wednesday to get his lu. HI Htnu tlonn, iirciaratory to commenc- Hj lug the annuiil iiBscssmcnt for Lehi HI lirccluct. HJ X. I. JoIiiiroii, lu his automobile, HJ took A. L. Wilcox and three Salt Lake HJ City representatives of the Wnulnn...

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. — 16 January 1915

- AMERIfU ytmv m SATUm)AYi -M gieasant Grove DepartmenT 1 May 19,6 - W :C7fi- pubd Town 1'UWlClTinvB-0"'","ec ,n 1,r0, T,0Bif After Legal End 'nlerl,,, B ' nt Salt Law fBjJcomc n incorpornt ' 19U V town board nnd a elvci that ArM 11 wl" nlso hnvo n f Salt Lake tB"lllg PJ'rox,mnte,y -'ember 22 9i best nml purest In Plication' H.B matter linsbecn in aectIon 2, ToBfcPBent for 80m0 ' 2 H'cit, si( iHrf; decided upon at a "tlce of intejMrHrtday evening, by 'r00'. to citB the proposed town. ve described fls a most c,ltllU8'nstlc Receiver, ifKwnded by sixty hends Lake city rfll of whom, excepting 'ebruary, i'5 Wp ahead with tho pro- 1 'Itnejsej; fltie neces3nry steps to 'cdarpcfj.jK c official mop. " f Salt imr-' vas chairman f the B- Salljt,0,Hfilrd A. Ogden sccre- ' J- Haoiipf erc elected1 a com- sv'"e Utah, Hs Provo yesterday and Pso- RcgfB"1 llh Jcx nlld Dlr(1 J' Jan. 30. ljflrfjMs for a water sys TT - fl charge of tho town 0 I Hprecccdlngs: C. Q. , Hcilman, Edmund Cra. "f "J Ulflnlior,...

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. — 16 January 1915

WHJHWW f" r HHJ If AMERICAN IDRK n,TZEN SATURDAY, .TANTAUY 10, 1916. H b. , , ' -, I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Q H .Mrs. Axel Hlooimiulst spent the flj forepart of tlio week In Salt I.nkc. H Harold Goodwin of Lehl, spent Sun H " dny In American Fork visiting friends. Hj Mr. nnd Mrs, J. 13. Johnson of Lo- Hj gnu, urn here visiting relatives. H Win, Whlpplu woH In Suit Lake HI Saturday nnd Sunday visiting friends. HI K. J. Cutler was on Hull Lake Mon. HJ ilay on business. Hjj Hohcit L. Metinsco of lleber, was Hjl nn American Fork visitor Sunday. Hjl It. L. Hiuall made n business trip Hfi to Salt Lnko Monday. pH Karl Jones left Monday for an ex- M tended stay In Park City. Hjj Mr. ami Mrs. W. I). loveless spent Hjj TtieHday In Salt Lake, Hj Mis, A. I), Adams spent, tho foro. HW part of the week In Salt Ieks. Pfll Ml)s Anna Stoddart of l.elil, spent Hjl Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Ted I.cc IflM Joe Drown was In Salt Lake Sun- PHM day, guest of Miss Norma Vnucc. HH MIbs Iluva...

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. — 23 January 1915

I til LAmericanfork Citizen 1 m- AMERICAN FORK CIT12KN SATURDAY, JANI'AUyIIG. J8 ' 7 ' NUMBER, 41 ',' Ji M p Bless The Old Folks I,,, lltiiulreil mid Slxty.fhe Sat H ptnn to tli' Hnnqucl iu the Amuse. H (nt Jtoom of tlio Tabernacle nml Hitter Knjnjcil a Flensing Program B j Motion I'lcturcs. Hurt Wednesday was "Old Folks' Hw" ln American Fork. Tlio occa E was observed aa a soml-holldny, EI jrerytliliig posslblo was dono to Htib tlio sllvcr ernya fcol happy and Htr( tbclr Infirmities. Tho day was Eptl, and probably novor before Hktc o many of tho veterans pre flt at a similar gathering. At noon Hdca they snt down to tho banquet, ,crcful count showed that there Hitre 265 present. H President A. J. Evans returned Husks at the banquet, which was Ed the best over sorved at a slmll r fathering. Conditions wcro Ideal Kr serving tho dinner, which consist Eof ronst chicken, stowed chicken, Kut real, boiled ham, various vegc KbH sovcral kinds of pastry and Ho4 old barley coffee. After tho big...

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. — 23 January 1915

: ! utEUICAN Form cirifew .miiAY. JANUABY ,, 19 H f A.MIMtlCAN FORK t'lTIKN H , ' A PROORESSIY'13 INDEPENDENT H r I I'MULICATION H! H , Ml'ItSCItll'flO.V H Olio Year 1.C0 Bj Six Months 00c H Entered oh Second-Class Mutter at H l'ost Olllcc (it American Fork, Utnli. H j Oilier Opposite Tuliirnncle. Phone 85 H k ' ' H W Rosb Editor B I.. W Unlnford Manngor ; County Commissioners Hold Important Session H, , Report On County Finances Causes H ' Order (or Ritrcuchmeut lo H He Issued. kH " B Provo, .Inn. 18. When County Clerk B' E. T. I'nlfreymnn reported the condl HSi I t Ion of the nnnnccH of Utah county Bz tho two new commissioners, James II '.i Gardner uiul James II. Hrlnghurst, "t found Unit when thu bills for Decern HI, her hud liccn paid there wns mi over Hi1. ; ilrnfl or S,:i97.7G. Hf;'' 'I'lio clurlc reported that January 1 FWi'' 1313. "'"lo was In tho county irons H:;l "ry $lfi.8a.24. After tho December Hjpjg . IiIIIb for 1912 had been paid there wub Ht'ljj a huluncu on hand or ...

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. — 23 January 1915

H " gHHHHJj WH uJVj I km .. AMERICAN FORK C-ITIEJ SATURDAY, JANUAUY 23 1015. allfi h: fKANFORK LOCALS M"B. Anjers()n mndo n buslnesfl Hj'proTO Mornlny. JVUM bicWbIT in Payon this d laHi business. ccupM J)rg Murtin Ambrose wore " Rotors' last Saturday. 'OAB per of Provo, mado a H, trip hero Thursday. AmB Carlisle left Wednesday for vlth KId herd on tho reservutloi. IrniF ,HLncc Storrs left Wednesday for ndlB- Stay '" SUVCr Clly" 'OlH'phl Hansen of Suit Lake, cKpirt of "10 weck w,tn fr,ontla- roakML . gtcelo of Salt Lake, was Urlcan Fork part of tho week. ALr Chlpman returned Wednes he .Effl a wcek'8 v,slt ,n Provo- k H ,lna Vance of Orem, was nn H Fork visitor Wednesday. HL r, Hlndlcy spent a couplo of ' SltMs week in Provo, on busl- iteS ilbald Klmbal of Salt Lake, was rleK.erlcan Fork on business Thurs- shoH o.HLien Woods was In Salt Lake HLsday and Thursday on busl- ft md Mrs. Ren Hallday spent Lr with rclnttvcs in Pleasant ihHJ irlle and Maud McCarty of Salt I Hji city were visit...

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. — 23 January 1915

if I H 1 AMERICAN FORK CIT17.W. SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 1915. , , H I The Lehi Department f Lehi Wants Lower Taxes FN Tnpii)erM' Meeting Adopts ltcolu III Hon nml i:icc(s fjoiumltlcc In YMI Ifl Legislature. fflj Tho Farmers' Society of Kqulty IS struck n popular clionl with tho com- H iiiunlty whon they culled tho tuxpay- jll era' mooting hint Snttirday night In flj tho Second Ward assembly rooms. H Tho meeting, though poorly ndvcrtls- IV ed, dr.ow a good sized crowd. II. (I 3 Webb, preside!.! of tho farmers' or- HJ ganlzntloii, called tho meeting to or- MB dcr, and F A. Child acted as secro- EH iir'- HI Kdwurd Southwlck was tho first HH speaker on the oubject of "Taxation, ilflj the Just and the Unjust." Ho said HI that the taxes had grown ho heavy !Hj that they lir.d becomu u burden, ni.O jjflj tho recent survey of I.chl, under the :UrJ direction of tho Htato University B showed that I.chl was now payliif.' H mora tr.xoa than commuulticB with .'HJl double our population could uffcrd...

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. — 23 January 1915

HHP mmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmwz- -.v9HHH IhM wBBpI HHI lit li jMaggiL- AMRntQAN Komc citizen. Saturday, January 23, 101c H WT LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS TiIAllrcd spent Monday in HMt. Bfind tomorrow Is quarterly "SE at American Fork. HrDiris. ' " Davls nnd 8' W' K,r( i'roro visitors Monday on cd Mrs. Kdwnrd Knrren wont HbU'"' C'ty Monday, Mrs. Knr Kar for medical consultation. rid Firmngo assumed the HfttDt of tli Douglas storo this gAVflillllp King of Provo, will Hntlay nt 3;30 p. m., nt the jEjitlonal Church. B Junes Peterson went to Eph Hfturcdny, for a visit with his relatives there. Hfitclla Whiting of Salt Lake Hnt Sunday In Lehl, a guest Ann Crnbb. HJjirlow Hurch of Murray, was B Monday, looking nftcr some HJjgilncss interests. Hi Hlelvln Smulu was mado happy H jrrlvnl of a now baby girl ft Mrs. Smuln was confined In HL hospital. V T, Husler was appointed HJ physician Monday, and Dr. II. Hlrok us his assistant, for the HJidJ of Utah county. Hkui I-ott this week received a Hiw tlxturc ...

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. — 23 January 1915

WW m Iff ' AME1U0AN K-lUt CYW SATURDAY, JANUAllY S3, 1915. , MY 1 tin ii - - - - I LEHI LOCALS I, Mrs. Jny Smuln of Opliir, la Iti I.ohl H for a month's visit with frlcntla. H. 0 Tim Jolly Comrudo Hewing Clrclu V 3 mot Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. B'ifi Robert Hull im hostess, 1 H Tho Good Tlmo club wiib cntorlnln KH i'il lit n house party Wednesday even. HjM lug lit tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. Ar Hj I thur Livingston. There were porlor H;. 1 games nnd refreshments. I .' f The 1'cople'n (,'o-oi. mid the Holm s' I stead llrothcrs thin week lllled their H ( leu hoiiBCH with Ice cut from Utnli H, I. like. The Ice Is from II to 1G Inclici If thick. Ill 1 George Sotithwlck, wlio had chnrgi) K 1 of tho road work hctwecn l.chl nnd H. 1 Amerlcnn Fork this week, illstrlhuted H 2)5 about $1,100 among one hundred men, H mi who worked on the road. The men Hi pi generally received $8.00 each, which H u was for two days' work with teams. Hi'n In the case of the Consolidated Ril Wagon nnd Machine comp...

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. — 23 January 1915

I' - AMElttCAN PORK ClTtf.EN SATUHDAY. JANt'AnV M. Inlfi feasant Grove Department 1 jJBK I HeS For Farmers' jflt' Ku For Heels 't Yet H9 Kgtrs' Committee HHyanngcr I" Snlt T&M;!0rove City Hall was Hrtout 200 sugnr beet WmYM at 11 o'clock, to Eposltlon of tho Messrs Krler Austin, roproBcnt- .-,; j.1(jabo Sugar company. ' lie Heclala explained that If fould plant nn Incrcns- ibtai'n B ,Bsar com''any wou,d M sH' "llc u,,om,,nB B,tl men fMnTCiilenco of tho beet UOlls B; will lie erected where- miid Ktc" want them. Quito j j Biites were suggested by lclUaJ K tut the two apparently dis- (Dost support wore onq 'Roll Buke Routo nenr tho Plea- " jBjianlli lino, .and one on Bictrlc.rond on tho Manila Hiri were most anxious for Bitlou, mid agreed to plant Bjcrcngo In reason If tho Hjiid build oiio. Tho sugar Bnrer, have decided that H'ions arc not a success, Ktlmatcly discontinue those mM When tho Nampa plant Hn Hto Spanish Fork next year, itLclnnd will be used In ra- H:ctIon. hsenco of a ...

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. — 23 January 1915

.rr 11 - - AMERICA FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JANOAIlY 23, 1015. ...... H I.' I I I llll I ' Ij o , u, o AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS : m j Ucorgo P. Hhelloy wnH In Iltvertoii Stimliiy, visiting friends. II j Mr. S, L. Clilpinnn wns In Snlt Lake Iff Mondny on business. il.onimril Harrington spent Sundny In Provo visiting friends. Hcrunrd Ilrndaliuw of 1'rovd, spent tliu llrsi of the week with friends In Amcrlcnn Fork. Mr. iind Mrs. Jmnes lllnnell mid the ,. Misses Alloc and Florcnoo Dunn Hj; J spent pnrt of tlio week In Hliighnm. Bjjj M, II. Drown of Halt Lake, spent H, j part of tho week with American Fork H' j friends. V ' mg. Mrs. T. F. Ilacon of Hlughnm spent Kj pnrt of the week with her sister, Mrs H. 1'. F. Maughn. !Mr. It. S. Wehher of Logan, spent tho forepart of the week with friends In American Fork. j Ralph Harratt, who Is attending the -g I U. or U. this winter, spent Saturday HjJtl imil Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Hit Mrs. Win. liarratt. Bfir Mr. Rimer Miller and...

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. — 30 January 1915

K r wfc, ' " " i$H Pfflgncagj Citizen M AMEniCAN FOUR C1T,.V, SATU;!! " " " ' SUMDKR ( III nly Conference Kmcr nl nil Session in. Kfind InWriirlho Ilcninrks mfirlii!i .Speakers All Urg. (iglrlliuic Mnernllr for tho L SiIdIs In tlio Vuir-Strlck. .EilrleJ of I.'uropc. Ktl Quarterly Conference of .Lr Stake of Zlon convened in k Tabernacle, Amerlcnn "Fork, Enlay at 10 n. in. Hwt present of the General H, Apostle Orson F. Whit .Hflcrl Edgar Young, of tlio Hudl of Seventies. President Bfgaa conducted tlio services. iHnj opened by singing, "He t! Jjraol," nnd with prnycr HlHit James II. Clnrko. Het S. I- Chlpmnn greeted jHu present nnd expressed jHit belnj; nblo to meet with rferrod lo tlio roports of the Hi varda for the year 1914, Htftaf, while ninny nro shown Kcordi to bo earnest in tlio Hot their dtitlcu, it Is regret Ht too many or ucgllgant. Hthe new Stake Tnberiinclo Btt. with a small amount on Hr beautifying tlio outsldo Hibcn spring comes. HstA J, KvniiB endorsed the ot President ...

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. — 30 January 1915

H' i -."n.' ' 't ' Hw H H: V$ ' h OaSr I H ' ' Lf ''J --- ftSRllPAV. JANUARY 36, 1916 1 Bt A.WIJRM'A.V FORK CITIZEN Rf A PROU RKSSI VE independent Hf PUJJLIOATION j - Nt'II.S('lll!'TIO. B Olio Vein- $i.co Hj Six Months 00c H Entaral :ih Secoiid-Cluss Mutter nt H Post Ofllco at American Fork, Utah. E - I I - 111 I II - - . , B O'Ht'ct OpposHi' Tabernacle. Phone 8:( H S, W. Rous Editor H I.. W (luliironl Mnnngor j Prize Winners At Hi Provo Poultry Show ; A.m:itifAN roitu am, 1,1:111 wins H j Oter The llumlicil Dints Were Ex. H 1 hlhlled In Cluts mill .Special ; j ,1 I'rovo, Jim. 20. Secretary Roynl I) tf Woolley tuiH JiiHt completed tliu prize 1 i ""l "" ""' eoros Hindu by exhibitors !'j at tin- I'tiih County l'oultry ussoclu- IIoii'h hIiijw, which closed Inst night Mr. Woolley announces that It was Hi IllOCSt SIICCOHHflll HllOW III tllU IllB- H y t("'y "r tint association. Over live hun- H& died hi ill h were exhibited during tlio 4 Tlu silver challenge cup wan won I thlri joar 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. — 30 January 1915

M amebioan fork locals H jllss l'na lllllcl1 spent Sunday In H silt I-ike H Mrs. Jcssu Karl spoilt tlio week end u Salt Lake. H Ml" Myrtto King was a Provo ,ultor Sunday. H spacer Gammcll spent part of tho H (CCk In S.ilt Lake. H p II. Craven tnado n business trip I to jlklvtilo Thursday. I Mrs. I'- S. Harrington spent part of H necck with relatives In Provo. I George P. Parker of Provo, was In I American Fork Thursday on busing. John Rcrg nutoed to Provo Thurs I day, and "pent tll dny wltn friends. I Mr. I'. 1' Wherry of Dlnghnui, spent I He week at the homo of Leo T. Shel- ley. I u 0 Llndscy of Logan, spent the I reek licre, guest of Miss Jennie Proc- tor. I Drucc Simmons of Provo, made n business trip toAmerlcnn Fork Mon I day. I Ed Knowlden of Provo, made a tuihiess trip to American Fork I Thurduy I Den Thompson of Salt Lako spent he first of the week at the horn? of I J, V. Storrs. I Mr. John Wootton mid dnughtcd, I llyrta, left yesterday for a few days' I ilslt In Logan. I 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. — 30 January 1915

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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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