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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 20 February 1915

Citizen 1 1 oge. " ".'Moo! For '""'llali Sheepmen EVvlli ror Lurnl Woolinon, r OHoa Jlnic Sold Their "fork citizens will derive Ha(l dollars moro from foui-Pi1' Ci,r ll,n" tht,y dld' to vItH. TbU week several clips -ftrji7lieepmeii wore coil-' .JRs cents per pound. 30(1 Wasthe market has been Hlcg for several months, 7 JKi Gruhinlly strongtli "JKi, indications nro thai the "e Kwr hlclier yet, nnd, Bomo Kt!ictlng tint wool will go a rJH remembered that locnl ln KHst year contracted their and W cenlB p' r ,,ou,ld' wll,ch ()lBue nvcrngo for the Btntc. i7havo refused till offers . do!!, "d ort' Kolng to t,,ko 'H the market IjoIiib higher eotiB(,llie' OoHa's wool rllp In Utah l0tJ tHtu 13,000,000 poun'dn. Tills Hjitlcns an; moro favorable, en aH,nrt8 wl11 l,ro,)a,jly' 00 S. ifWcrUllr, which will menu -1 Eolmcn of tho statu will w,40O moro than thoy recelv. Hir, tml will bring .tho total KSfjHtot (3,000.000. Htfttt Profilers of Salt Lnkr (1 toHnpcrtcil to huo sold 1100,000 rnnclH .jclr pr...

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. — 20 February 1915

Hfi AMflMt' CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, W6 H- BM IMMMMWMnMnMMMHMMMMHMMM Hi A.ML'RHUX I'OUK CITIZKN H v , , , mim , H A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION H NrilSCKIl'lION H Ono Yonr $1.50 1 Six Months 00c H Enteml jib Second-Class Mutter nl H 1'oBt Oflleo ut American Fork, Utnli, M 0 filer : Opposite Tuherniicle. Plume H. M S. W ltosa Editor H I., W GiilHfonl Manager I No More Free I Telephone Talks H 'I deplume Oi'lld.ils iiiioiitiie 'I'luil H lice S) strut llchwi'ii These Town" H N lo lie Oiwoiitliitifil mill Minimum H llcntuls In lie Charged. H u liii)ci'tmit announcement was H made by Mrnani Ilyilii mill Jones of the H I!. II Tok'phone System jit a meeting H hild In I'li'iiiuint Grove InHt Tuesday, 1 Mint mi'itliH tin i r- to the.peoplc of Die H iidiih 'iinl of l'l.ili county than an , H tli 1 ii k that Iiiih i :i pi' iicil In a long H Mum At tlu iiicotliiK MeBsrs Hyde H ami .loinm iiiiuiiuiifed (lint tho free Hj servlru holwri'ii the thn.? towiiH (if H I'lcaKiint Grove, l.c...

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. — 20 February 1915

0 "nied .H nMn 0f I'rovo, was In Am- '"roe, jHW fl"" on D"1"8. ' .'''"fl.j Mrs. Spencer Snldor wcro tK'cyjMJlori!auiilny. sbcrg oH Bulger of Spanish Fork, wns well njBj,, Fork visitor Suntlny. '"tcrunH jTmrmnii of Suit Lake, tnado "c mcK(j, (rip hcio Tliursdny. 'Tiinl"Hlj(ner Wlill'l'lo spoilt Tliursdny f ercK tlsltliiB 'lh friends. "tcii wmmW - 's iiiuuHctrrr tho "H.& U." brand of 'llndelpKfrrlcs. c';1" illul BCO tno ,1(-'w "Klon afl;! at I'eoplc's Co-op, Lolil. for thfl A RammmTt Ames of Salt Lake, was an I'ir 1'MK" f'ork v,6ltor Thursday, sT',BB!,nt eiii prise was Riven Mrs. I nri flo-'8011 ,,y th-' 1',rst Wnrd IrN of 10iJOB'o!,!"rS "'"' tcacllcr8 ItecordiB Ma ginllh of provo, was In flitnFork Thursday visiting with A Kr&cr, UiJmp Warren I). Smith. flji Mattlf Itoylanco of Eugene, 'lyiiioHB is spending tho week with fl J u' Storid. ''al.Hff . . ''' a 'B- ind Mrs Harvey Hamilton HKj Thursday and Friday In Salt or ABBf ' f'"' H; Russell U hitman of Sprlngvlllc K Sunday lure...

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. — 20 February 1915

I AMERICAN FOnKTIZEN SATURDAY, FEIHtUARY 20, 1015. H- I The Leh i ! De part mentt I . "MM'g "" Kind H pmj W W I Reason for Building I I More Sugar Factories 1 In view of Malinger Cutler of tliu M I t ttli-1 tlnlio Sugnr oompiiny, having M ilrelnreil a year ugo Unit tliu tnkliir, fl lliu turllT nlT sugar would rufliitt III fl tliu closing of sugar factories, the re- M cent nrtli'k'S announcing tho building H of two now fnctorlcB In Utah Is cutis- H tug coiisUUtuIiIi' coininc'iit. M The sugnr oIIlclnlB In oxpliuintloii M say that the plant which will be lulllt M tu l,alou, Davis county, Is not a new B plant at nil, hut an old one that lnrs H been In on ration at Hayiuonil, (.'iinn- H tl.i, for years, It has never made ai H inoixy In Canada anil ItH owners hope M by blinking It to Utah to put It on H a pulng basis, George K. Klrkhani, H formerly of l.ehl, has been superlu H tnnlcut or the Canada factory, and H will probably hold the same position H Ui'giiiillng the plant to be erertf.l...

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. — 20 February 1915

f k fl i AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 3ATUKDAY, Ftiimi'AUY 20, 101G . fl I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS H . i fj T. Yntes mndo a business flL gnu I.nko City Monday. Hhe' girl arrived at tho lioino of Bind Mrs IM. Hutchlngs Saturday, fljTird SotiHiwlck made n real cs fltrip to l'roo Monday. HL Enoch Kusoon returned Sunday fl, s week spent In Sprlngvillc, flj; with her brother. fl-s. C M Oloon went to Salt Lake K Sunday, Bho was called there be of tlu Illness of an uncle. H3hop Jntncs It. Qnrdner attended flying uf l,1 county commlsBlon fljtonday. HL Hcurr Austin in In the Lolil filial (or a mouth's treatment and Hperatlon Hle'a Hot Wast Kongo lasts a life H end baus Tucl a cry day. Sold Hwple's Co-op. 20-lt He Jol'v Comrade Sewlne Circle Hcntcrt lird at the homo of Mrfr H Cooper Tuc3day. Hit Lake and Utah railroad origin Hirere In I.ehl Monday, to survey i switch to be put In ut the enn- H plant, Hi Am Ilia Woolston, who Is at H "l0 tT f " Pno homo Hsdny night for a three days visit Uhir paren...

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. — 20 February 1915

H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FKBRfARY 1!0, 116. U LEHI LOCALS 1 Win. Southwlck flpr.nl last week H Isitln,-; relntlics In Ogdou. B .Mr. Win. Asher, lolln)Ht, lino bceji udd'd (o Hit1 Cm lor Amide orchestra, B A i'otiiilcli) lino or Ruga, CnrpetH, B I InolcuiiiH, otc, ut People's Co-op. Al- 1 v-aH glad lo show ou. 20-lt B Mr mill .Mrs Kdwnrd Korrcn wcru B ioilnis of it most ik'ii8!iiit surprlso H pai (y one eonlng this week. H Mr.i. Hurry Duiiruu of Suit Lake H ( iy. wan tlio week end guest of .Mr. H Mrs. H Miss Bertha lllcka or Prove, wna H tin guest of Gilbert Kiindcon Satur- H day mid Sunday. H Mri. .liitncH 0 (liny Is visiting In H i'mlt I.nko Oily with her daughter, H Mi- .Mary Covmiii. Mia. Cowan la thi h niii'iii of ii now baby girl H lr James Trliinlinmi of lilackfoot, B pi nt the past week In l."lil vlaltlng H III parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. Tilu- H Irs C. W.Knrl was hostess lo the H Mheiiluu club at Its regular meeting H Wednesday. Mih (I. L. Stookey gave H tlio H .M...

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. — 20 February 1915

jHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHjHJHjYV AMERICAN FORK CITIZIW SATURDAY, FERUIJAU 2t). lulf,. (JJ I PleasanfQroDepe.rtmeHr 1 ilWadley Suc iiilis to Pneumonia t Mnnlln Cltlxcii Piuses , jficr lllnos (if I.chs Than ftiVi Ihinillon. topic of Pleasant Grove were jjutcrd..j morning when they that N'ci'hl J Wndloy of Man j juccumbed to nn attack of ,U, Tliin Jilay at mid-night. jkc.n uttering from a cold, iSt satiirdi y suddenly develop--Kumoitla lie gradually grew Hid Jt .migh everything pos it Juin that could be donq, vKolilo r suited. fedlpy "3 0,,e ' tno promln . In thl pint of tho stato. Fow ,p fi. ds or ndmlrcro. Ho Tf.ry iccossful farmer, fruit and il.ili)innn. In n church wan .'lao energetic and np j, About ten years ago ho nlssioii lotho Southern States ii h nine homo ho was made eiiildi' of tho Manila Sundny thlch position ho held until ; of l nth, He was also one lev a pf'sldentB of tho 41th , of S Vijit'.os as a son of Win. and Mary and twin born In Pleasant :uly 10, 1881. Seven ...

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. — 20 February 1915

I yVMUltlCAN KOllK CITIZEN aATURUAY, PEmtCAItV au, li15 , ,. M H I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H it " B MIbb Rosn liurimit spent Monday In M I'rovo visiting friends, M Charlie Oliriiu of Lehl, spent (In; M ilrst of tliu week In American Fork. 1 Robert Hinckley of I'rovo, was tin M American Folk visitor Monday. M Cllrroril 12. Young was n Suit Lako M visitor Moml.iy. M Alma Greenwood wna In Suit I.uko M Muiulny on business. John A. Wngatnff wns In Suit I.uko M Mondny. M Jos, II. Stnrrs niudo n business trip H lo I'rowi Mondny. M John Hunter wnn In I'rovo Mon- H day on business H Mra. Ellon Andreiison of Idnho, Is H hero visiting with her daughter, Mrs. H Frank Tnl i n. M L. K. Harrington unil S. 11. Chip- M mat) spout Saturday and Hundny In fl Suit Lake. H Ml mi l.i'onn I.oiik of Lehl, Bpint M Sunday here visiting with her sister, H Mrs. T. H. Hroadbcnt. H Mr. nnd Mrs. George A. StorrH of H I'rovo, spent Hundny hero with Mrs. H Storra' uiotlu.r, Mrs George Htorrs. H Tin) Misse...

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. — 27 February 1915

jrfmencan Fork Citizen j SL'IIS. H AMERICAN FORK C1TIZKN SATURDAY. FEHIUARY 27, 1915 " "" 8 M, - ' NUMIIER 40 t I I -; spns For iiil Liiiiioi Selling " . Dub l1nri!nglr Verdict or (lullfy 3j. " Hill Fined $1S0 mid Aw n's BirtB,,r,d ('0,lr,, iko TnboH'a tw0 convlcl,on8 for ), by ti,e Hi ,a Jm'K N,0,8on'8 a. Kst wcck' 0M0 Fr,(lay erlcn Stfl'l Smal1 nl,(1 tll otllor with orcBl"1 Ellort JudCo) Kel- ,erc secured on evidence -Sth OrjBcme witnesses, and are Rlniha (Xrfcs of n half dozen cases tho irWtreen February 9th and o young men who arc Willie cB-io-aa making no doflnlto do SuhoB Flowers and Oeorgo Col- jHiig men about 19 years V'orn FH LiJil, though neither y CoitiiHry well known there, nail case the testimony if ConB'1 t,iat l,l 1,0'B volunlnr- 1 their Bcrvlccu as datec islilnjjlB'City. and that tho ofllcors M) htivo secured tho llijuor Oth niB-money with which to buy Huitli them as to tho fees Bhey were to receive. Tho Hirchcd tho young mon, MITjBeent out and In an hour or HJ with ...

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. — 27 February 1915

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1915. H ".j.) I A.MDItlCA.V FORK CITIZIIX B A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT Pl'HLlCATION I Sl'll.SCItirilO.V H Onu Your $1.50 B Six MontliH 90c HJ Entcriiil iifl Second-Class Matter ill HJ l'osl 01 II co lit American Fork, Utah. H Ofllco: Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 H S. V. Robs Editor HJ L. W. Gnlsford Mniiagcr I Convicted Second Time I For Selling Liquor Hi R. I.. Stniill ('mulcted For Selling HI Liquor, ami llllirrt Hell Scntcnc- Hb cil on Coinlctliiii Returned 1'iirllt-r In tin- '(k. Hi ( Mr R. I.. Small was tried ycBter- Hh day for tint second tlmo for selling HI whiskey to Flowers and Collett, Die Hh two Lelil youths. The Jury was torn. HB posed of Morley Steele. Mark Uczznut, HH Stephen linker and Thomas Hun alt. HH After belrig out Tor about an hour, Hh they returned a verdict or guilty and HH the ciihi was Bet for sentence next B Monday. HH The testimony was prnellenlly the HH auine as that 1 von In the vase tried HH last week, cxi-cp...

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. — 27 February 1915

4JJBRI0AN FORK LOCALS SB i)r, Foster lo recovering from a IH prions ntliick of pncumoiiln. iiifl ,ir mill Mrs. David Wngstnff spent m n'cdiic9(lay lii Salt Lako IK " H Mrs. A. T. St clo spent tha week - la Sail I-ako visiting with her sou, fl Mrs. U. J- Murdock of I'rovo, spent 'Mr part of the week in Amorlcnn Fork, sm jirs. Will Clilpmnu 8tont Thursday ?H in I'rovo H Mrs. T. Ii. Broudbcnt returned H Iburstlay from n few days' visit with -S her mother, Mrs. helix Long, In l.ehl. mW Mrs. Florence Dunyon spent Sat iS ,,rday and Sunday in Draper with ') friends 'V H Mrs John I). Qrccn and son, How- "H arJ sK'"t Wwlnootlny '" Salt Lake visiting her sou, John. i Bj i 'I Mrs J" '"' Ic'118C" of I'rovo, spent 11H Tuesday hero guest of Mrs. Sarah Crookston A Mr and Mrs. Will Roberts nnd Mr. iflj and Mrs. llolso Wells left Wednesday H for a months visit In California, fl X 0. Lindsay returned to Hyrum Mm Monday, after spending tho week in 'H American Fork with friends. Mm Mrs Mary Ann Ilengrc...

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. — 27 February 1915

H AMERICANFORK CI7 5 IN SATURDAY, FRBRUAnY 27, 191G. 1 I The Lehi Department I Br" I $100,000 for Sugar I Factory Improvements HJ i;(('iislw Improvements llcliifr I'liin- HJ mil fur nil Hie I'IiiIi-IiIiiIio l'lii-lorlcs, H llrliwlm: Total up In (her ( 100,0(10 HJ .M:uiri;cr T, It. Culler tills week HJ gnvo nut that oxtonslvu Improvements HJ" v. oulil j, made at tin' l.'lil sugar fact- HJ ury tlmt would menu im out-lay of M over $100,000 tlilH boiiboii. HJ Tli. niont i'xpi'iislvi Improvement!1 HJ In connection with tin1 l.'hl factiry HJ will lie tlio liiilldlur, of new elevated HJ belt sheds mi the I'rovo cutting stn HJ tlon, work on which will start at at ' '""'y l't. Resides this, a mnchlnt HJ for .wlghiug ami sewing sugar In I!f. HJ liounil 'jacks will hn Installed, all dec- HJ trie hoist for ctnrKlug sugar, and iiIhc HJ new machinery for the hot presses HJ Resldis this there will lie a lot ol HJ thorough repair work on the rutin Hi 10t'linlvn Impl'bVcmtmtS Will Ik Hi made at all ...

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. — 27 February 1915

I ill J,-Mgi-" - - - AMKniCAX FOnK CITIZEN SATUnDAY, FEniU'AnV 27, 1015 jfl WT LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS H7falo"' House Dresses and B, ,t People's Co-o). 27-lt i (he ('liilfli'il Ada. ( B. nircil tins boon nppolnted nct- IEjiiop of oho of l'lu Itnymonil, HL words. Lyiob Gardner spent tho mld m tlsltlng friends In Snlt I.nku K, R. S. Vo gnvo ti quilting beu Kas nttended I))' a dozen Inely Hi,, Monday iifternoon. B p, Peterson, our locnl tailor, B Tuesday mid Wednesday In Salt at; Hon and Iicir arrived nt tho homo H. tnd Mr' Stcvo Ad:iniB Tuesday Blj Mother and Diihy doing flue H Hebcr lleiinlon, Sr., of Salt Bciir. Client Sunday with his chll Hd Lclil Wkt Ranker opont the early part H.ncek in Snlt I.nkc City on bust- Hi WIiib rponf Tuesday In Salt Bcity visiting tho Legislature, the H of his son, J. W JV. H3 Taylor" House Dresses and Hi at People's Co-op. 27-lt HL young Indies of thii Second He310 n delightful dancing party Hiiy evening, serving punch us Hbmcnt. H K. I,. Ilutchelor 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. — 27 February 1915

I AMERICAN FOUR CITIZEN 9ATWDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1916. ; u M I LEHI LOCALS H All tho Intent styles In Spring Mil- H Hurry Just In nt IVoiile's Co-op, 27-lt H Mr. mill AIrn Kdwnrd Soiitlnvlck H spent Tliiirsilny In Suit Lake City. H A bnby hoy wns born 'I'uosdny V H Mr mill Mr. .Tay .Sniulti Mrs. Suiulii H In at the l.elil hoHpltnl. H llmloii llrown wns BtilTcrliiK from H an attack or pneumonia early In tho H week, hut lf better now. H Don t fall to look over tho lino of H Spring ClothliiK for men and hoys at H i'enplu'B Co-op. l!7-lt H Mrs. Unrry Mmmlng, Sr., has been H conllneil to her bed Beveral days thlfl H Mrs. Hlehaid Smith, who was qui' H HI early In tho week, Is ImproUng. M Homer, Hi" 11-year-old sou or Mr H Wm Crahh, has been MilTerlng fron M an aeute attack of kidney trouble. Maor W. !'. (Suiuey nnd I'rosidei'i H A J Evnna attended the Statu I ei-lr m lature yimteidny, and did a little (til' M work for stutH-v.ldn prohibition. H ('nil and eo the ".Mhm Taylor" M House Dresses ...

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. — 27 February 1915

IHHHHHmmHHHIHMHIM' mwipKwflflHBflBflHfl ft' ( Iff j4 1 SB flflj ' g-r r-1'1 .-.. jrr - - . AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN BATI'MlAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1915. flfj Pleasant Grove Department lif A, N. Nelson Dies In Idaho Former Manila llcHlilrnl Passes Awny lUllii'iit Warning nml N Hrought Here fur llnrlal. The body of Mr. A. N. Nelson or Barley, Idaho, wnc brought hero for turlal V cdtieadny. Filuutil service juc li lil I" tho Manila Ward Meet lag Hon if WcdnoEilny nftornoon, I lop H H, Wnrnlck presiding. Elmei I Radmall gave tho opening prayer and I Niels I Monson thri benediction. The I ward c'iolr supplied tho music. The I speaker wiro Jons Moiihoii, Lyman I Attvvood, Krnuk Meredith, Elmer I RadmJl and Patriarch David McKu I of Ogdrn, all of whom Epoko of the lalt'grlt) and sterling character ol I the dici.m-d. Tho Monson qunrletU I Mug a selection. I The d ath of Mr. Noltson took )'. B Ina rather startling manner, while I titling at tho dinner tahlo last Sun I day, h coniplnluod to IiIh wlfo o...

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. — 27 February 1915

H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FBHRUARV 27, 101G, H 0. H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H B the AiN. .Miss Miiml Klrkhnm or Lohl spout H Saturday In American Fork. H Inane Vnnntiiff w:i8 n I'rovo visitor H llmolil Cooihvln or I .clil, spout Hun. H In Amorlmii Fork. H .Mies Morlo Chlpnuin was n I'rovo fl Tlio Mlsoos Horthii and Leah Him- H Hctt spent Monday vIhHIhb in I'rovo. H Yon ought to kco tlio new lino of H Sllka nt Chlpinnu's. '-'"-It H Mia .Inmua Ilrown spoilt tlio first H of tlio week vlnltiliK In Salt Lako. H Mr nnil Mrn. Win. Thornton outer- H t.ilnxl nt illuii'T Sunday. Covers wrro H for ton H U ri Ciookttou of Suit Lake return-. H nl Monday fiom u few days stay with H Mr unil Mrs. Jorro Crookston, Sr. H Mr. and .Mm. Fitzgerald or l.'lil, spent Sunday licio vlsltltigulth H Minn Vol ma Diieciin who Is tonch- H Iiik In Toni'le, npent the first or tlio H week with hoc folks, Mr. and Mrs. H W Duncan and family. Airs C. I). Hay returned Monday to H h r homo In Hr.lt hak...

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. — 6 March 1915

HE , -. jys 4 ft cl vTl HJ .. i V lfY iffi lAmencatVlorQtlzen I ' V AMERICAN FORK C1TIZEN$ATURDAY, MARCH G, 1915. ZZ7 W pid Brothers Gome I Out On Snow Shoes H,( )'(t of Solid Siiiih at (he Hutch- ' Vumn MlHi Sacks nil Filled Willi W ore tin' M(" t'"""' Down for More arillI("' ' Hmcst9 c'' mA "cer Wild enmo Hjtn from the Dutchman initio In Am. Kcaii Fork canyon Tuesday. Tho ' Hp Vila made on snow shoes, as ' Hitre Is from three to nix feet or snow HLm the l'ower plunt to the Dutch H,jo, the greater depth bojnc at tho tin Tll,B ,s 1Il0re tl,an tM0 "ormal jpth at this season, and Is so solid tat a bucket full of snow when melt 94 W rnnko "bout two-thirds of a Bucket of water. When the mwi tachcJ the power plant they tolo H toned for a rig to meet them there. rvy will not return until tho road Hj broken, no that supplies may he ' Hjkcti up to tho mine. H The Dutchman Is looking bettor ' Hint for several years, and a nice HLnclt of ore Is being developed. They Hj'led all the sacks they,...

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. — 6 March 1915

H)r flB B Yflfll flYflH H & H AMERICAN FORK CITiZEN SATURDAY, MARCH G. 191C, h a.mdimca.v fork citizen 1 a progressive independent m publication H subscription B Ono Ycnr $1,00 fl Six MontliH 00c HI Entoml us Second-Class Mnttor ill HI Tost Ortlco nt American Fork, Utnli. B Ollieo: Opposite Tabernacle. Phone S. H S, W. Hobs Editor fl L. W OalBfoid Manager I Pleasant Grove I District Champions HI Wins ('rent (.'nine I'rom I'rowi After fl liming llefcutcd IIutj Team In the HI League. HB Out? of 11k. greatest crowds, that Bfl ever bow u basket ball game In Utah HH County, witnessed one of tho greatest HH gamcB, tluit was ever pulled off In HH these parts, at tlu Apollo In American Bfl Fork, Inst Monday evenhiKt when tin HH Pleasant drove high school team HH snatched lctory from defeat, and won HH the district clinmplouslilp from tile HH Provo iiulntette with a score or 23 to HB About 2U0 people cntiio from I'rovo HH niid as many more from Pleasant HB drove, three hundred from HH Am...

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. — 6 March 1915

f LBgKlOAN FORK LOOALS IH MM. jA Kirmngc made a business trip HLu Lake Wednesday. H Bjrs. P. H. Lowls was In American H H Tuesday visiting friends. I BGeorgo 10tt ()f 1'c1'1' was n" nior H , fork visitor Wednesday. H H p,re Tliomns of Fairfield, was, here I Bit business Wednesday. I HJ R-, v. Sttothworth of Salt Lake, was I HLmerIcan Fork Wednesday on busl- I Jlrs- I!en UnlUdny was. In I'leuBnnt B)"ve Molulny vl9'11" wlth llcr moth I HJ.Mrs. Eleanor West. I B The Misses Hhoda Searlo and Alice I Hptrker spent the week end in Provo, I Briillli'S "'"' R"88 l-HUnn Clayson, I H w'jlter Necdham of Provo, spent the I B first of tho week- In American Fork I risitlnB relatives. I H Children's School and Sunday Dres- liee. an' Blze ,,0c cacn (o ?2.50. Next reek Is Minn Taylor House Dress ffk at Chlpmnn's. C-lt H Mr mid .Mrs. Earl Holmstead have H H taken up their residence In the J. A. I HtVoods bunculow. B B Jun'us Hunks of I.ehl made n busl H Huefis trip to American Fork Wedncs- B m J Mrs, ...

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. — 6 March 1915

H AMKIUCAN F0H1C CITIZEN' SATl'nDAY, MAnCH 6, 191G. H I The Lehi Department I Canning Co. Secures I Man For Superintendent H To inn lo Seed Has Arrluil iiml I'm in- H crs urn lliisj Hauling nml .MnKlnn Hot H Tho (IhcTtorH or tho I .oil I Cnnnlni', H coiniiniiy held n mealing Tuesday H ovcnliiK Willi Mr M. II. Muim o H WooiIbciobs, Davlii County, iind wliu H the meeting luul tidjournod, Mr. Mum H Iind signed up wlili tlio couijjaiiy t H net aa Buporltitcnduiit for tlio cuniilm H noaaon. He will tome to I.flil In tlun H to cut (lie plant In tlioroiiKli rininii,, H order befoio tlio season opens, uh.i H will bu about Aui;ii8t Mill. 1 .Mr .Mann litis been nunlatntit miiiiii H Kr mid factory superintendent fo. H the throe fiiciorlrs of the WoodHcroai M Ciuiiiliif; company for tlio prist twclvi H yuira. Dining thla time the Woods. H crosu pliiutu hnve gradually forget M to tho front us producing tho lies H toinnto piiclt In the state, mid l; M year tho company paid lull per eon H Interest...

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