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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 27 March 1915

-JgEKpS - TRY A WANT AD AM Gm RESULTS --AtL m NEWS op m PAms iM 1 i MIT xxJ' ft ffOVUlO ONE AND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS jfj I l ten P ' ' ' i i " y! " " . -. . H American Bof fc Citizen i good 'Wf , ' "" " ' " ' : m "bccaflr1 AMERICAN FOItK ClTIZEtf SATURDAY, MATICH 27, 1J15. NUMHPIl 50 ! jfl ... dM 1 : m 1 HvoBfjJJJJJJf I "Sjon't Sign Petition" iM Say Leading Citizens JKEMection at This Time Miffht Mean a Set Back to Prohi rarchRi011 an( Would Entail an Unnecessary Expense On the City. BL Ambrose, Richard Adam son B& Elemoru commenced Inst Kr the circulntlon of n petition Bor a Hluor clcct,on t0 bo nc,tl 18b, 3B oek of June to detormtnc 13-W,. Amerlrnti Fork shall re-es- ir'-" Tlio promoters say M,r aroady have more than half BKgired number of signatures, Bong them arc many womon. K cre 868 registered voters at Bji city election, which would Bit If 217 of them sign thu poll Becliy ,("I1C" "IIIHl provide foi Blon ""-' ,usl Tll08tla' '" J"1U-'' JfQ B a majority ul thin election B...

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 March 1915

Hpf im r "1 1 . f AMERICAN FORK C1T1I5IJN SATURDAY, MAttflll 27, 1016. I AMERICAX CORK CITIZEX I A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I Sl'llSCKIPMOX H One Year $1.50 J Six Months 90c J Entered ns Second-Class Matter nt J Post Ulllca at American Fork, Utah. J Oiliro: Opposllo Talicrnm-lc. Phono 85 I 8, W. Hohb Editor HJ 1,, V. Oulsfonl Manager I PL. GROVE LOCALS J Mr. mid Mrs. I.. A. Hlchnrdson lire vIbKIhk in Hull I.:iku City. New blclo tiros put on, $1.05 utich. J Oh i'ii Diaper, Pleasant Grovo. 27-11 J Mr. mill Mrs. Joseph Lindsay Inm J n girl quarantined with chicken pox H Mrs. Anna Kiihiiiumsoii has b. HJ confined to her bed tin tlio past tvv. H weeks. H Henry Aruilslond, suffering from tit Hi nttack of oryslpllns, Ih roportod nu M quite so well. H A new girl uri Ivcil -nt the homo o H Mr. mill Mrs. George Allensworth Ins M Sunday. H' An Itinerant photographer struck H town tills week mill Ih diking In sonu B of tliu easy ones. H The stork left u baby girl nt tli HI home, of M...

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 March 1915

AMERICAN FonK CITIZEN' SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1MB. 81 ;Blr!5M AittEKlCAN FORK LOCALS Mr. J. V. Heck of HIghlund, wna nn American Fork visitor Thursday. Mr. niid Mrs. MUclicl Davis hau tn'ken up their residence In Lchl. C. B. Young made a business tr, to Salt Lake Wednesday. MrB. Hebor Unto spent Wednesday lir Salt Lake. Next Sat. Rosell'a Band a, Orpheus Hall, Pleasant u.. Miss Paulino Plorpont of Provo, was an American Fork visitor Wed nesday. Reno Vanco la down from Logan to spend a few days with his wit end family. Mrs. Fred Anderson spent tho first of the week with friends .and reJa m tlves in Salt Lake. Mrs. J. R. Halllday of Pleasant Grove, spent Wednesday In American Fork visiting- friends. The Misses Anna Mathlson and Eu nice Jacobson spent Saturday In Provo. Irs. B. J. Brown of Ogdon, was In American 'Fork a part of tho week looking after the sale of her home. Mr. and Mrs. Stcvo Anderson are rejoicing over the arrival of a bub) boy, born Sunday. Mrs. Oeorge Hebor Robinson is v...

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 March 1915

H AMERICAN fc6RK GlTIZKN SATURDAY, MARCH 27, IdiB. H more than i2(ooo people TP V A W A NT A 11 A ND ftFT RESULTS ALL THE NEWS 0F THREE PAPERS IN 1 READ OUR THREE PAPERS 1 Jti I J VY JJlS 1 J3J illl 1 Vj JCi X J!iO U 1J J. O " ONE AND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS I The Lehi Department H Construction Commences H On New Steel Bridge H Material llai Airhed I'nini SI. M and Slructiire Mill lie Read) to. Use In Four MicliN From BBBfl CoiiBtructluii work on tlio H county steel bridge over Jordan B commenced Wednesday Mr BBBJ t It foreman fill tin- Mldlai BBBH Hilrige Company or Kiiiihiih City, Mo BBBfl will have iliurge of (lie eolisiiiclloii BBVBvJ work mid nnived In l.ehl Monday Ii H this pin pose. County Hurvoyoi, J BBBa Stewurt, with several assistants, cairn H to I.tlil Monduy nud did the nccossni) BBBa prelluilmiiy tnj;,'l"-tTliiK work, iiin- BBBBB uiiiK lfV-ln, lucutltig tin- BBBBb Teams eommeiKed hauling t'.rnvi'l BBBBa Tuesday for the concrete uhutmciitH BBBBb nud plcih. Tlio steel fo...

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 March 1915

I gg- "-"- AMERICAN FORK 6iT155fi.V SATURDAY, MARCH 27,' IMS. SilvJffl I t- o I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Illcnil tlio Clmslflcil Ads. David Prior of Spanish Fork, wdb I week cud visitor here, jlr, Charles Grny wna n business visitor to tho Capital Wednesday. The S. S. S, club wero entertained jr Miss Verl Clnrk nt her home Mon liy night, jlr. nnd Mrs, Uuy Robinson of I'len unt Grove, wero Lehl visitors Mon jlr. Emma Urlggs and daughters, jlrj. Hrndshnw and Miss Llzzio llrlggs ijh'tit the week In Salt Lake City. LItoy Davis went to Provo Mon jay to take his assessment lists and met with the county assessor. Mr Juhn Fltton of Salt Lake City, pent Saturday" here the guest of Mr. ml Mrs Andrew Jacobs. Mr and Mm. J. P. Smith returned Saturday from u week's visit with friends In Salt Lake City. Mrs (1. II. Smith returned to her home lit HI nek foot Saturday, after tlsitlug for two weeks' with her daughter, Mrs, Eugene Webb. Mubh) Southwlck and four lady rlsnils from Payson were visitors ...

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 March 1915

H AMERICAN FORK 'CITIZEN SATURDAY, aiAlti'it zi, 1015, B LEHI LOCALS H and Mru, i jH suffering with Kcnrlct fever, H Next Sat. Roscll's Band ai H Orpheus Hall, Pleasant Grove. H Diirllng nrr H spending tin; In Salt H City, on business iiinl pleasure bent H A now gill, (lie baby, urrlvcd the lionui of Mr. mid Mra. Ford fl Hobrrts Wednesday. B Mr. Hyniiii Slcliincr spirit Hnndiiy H In tlsltlug with IiIh mother, Mrs Tliu will H commence Its summer drills next H Lehi will watch with kern Interest the endeavor belli); mndu by the 11 quor Intuiests to i o-cstnljlisli snlomiF H In our H Just as this Issue Ib going to press. H there Is a spirited game of Indoui H baso ball being played between the H Suvcnth grade Klrls or I .oh I and Am H tirlcaii Rosells Orchestra at Or heus Hall, Pleasant Grove, aturday, April 3rd. . 2'i H Mr. and Mra. Ilyrum l'owell mitoed H from I'lcuBiint Orovu to l.ehl Thurs- H duy nnd spent the day aa guostB ol H and Mrs. li. N. Adams, B Friends of Mr. and Mra. Josep...

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 March 1915

1 IHBH 1 . . . AMtitttOAN froftK ei'PlfeBS' SATURDAY, MARCH St, iftifi. lH Lore than 12,000 people TPY A WATVTT ATI ANn P1?T PT?GTTT TG all the news op thrb epSpEksTS ! H 8BAD OUR THREE PAPERS A li I J YY AiN 1 AJLI Ax U XjSh 1 JKJilfc U JL 1 0 0NE AND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS ', M Pleasant Grove Department I Burglars Rob Pleasant I Grove Mercantile Go. Secure $1)000 lii Silks, Jewelry mid Cutlery, mid Escape Without Leav ing Clue to Their Identify. ' The Pleasant Grove Mercantile. Co's itorc was robbed of goods approxi mating $1,000, last Sunday 'night. En trance was gained by tho burglnr remotlng a pnno of glass from the rear of the furnlturo room, through which he crawled, and then by tho aid of a Jimmy, ho pried open tho door leading Into tho clothing department. In prying open this door tho fasten ings Into which tho bolts slipped were pried off. Ouco inside tho robber was ablo to tecuro nnythlng without furthor trouble. Ho evidently first proceed ed to tako down four of tho lar...

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 March 1915

' AMBRlftAr FOftR OlttiaBN SATURDAY, MARCH ftf, 1615, M o .- o AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I a H Head (lie Classified Ad, tf H .Mr. iiml Mi a V. I) Loveless nml H children spent Sutuidiiy In Salt Lake. H .lop l.iiplsh of Hnll Lnke, was In B AiiiitIcmii Fork on business Monday B Mr My i on Chlpmnn nml MIhh Vlih B l.Micli spent Sunday in I'roW). H llciiil Ihc hiIx -lend Uit'iu all It's to oiii nihnutngc. ' H Miss Myrln W'oulton sjictit (lit din' H or tlio week In I'niU) visiting friends. HK' Mm. Tlioimis Uuirntt returned Mom H day from n Tow days' visit with friends B Joint V. Chlpman, T. B. I'rlilny m H John H, lllndlcy were Cedar Fart B visitors Sunihiy. Attorney Tniey Wnotton made M business trip to I'rovo tho Ilrst ot H Mrs. It, I,. Small nml daughter, H Stella, Mii'tit Hatuiduy ami Sunday h B I'ioki, NiHltlni', relatives and friend. M W ('ii'kIhmhI of .N'cptil, was In Am fl crli'Mii Folk Monday, mn'st al tin H lioinc of It. I,. Small, B Mix. Mary .Juno I lui ! of Salt Lab ...

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. — 3 April 1915

AgrSagaS - TOT A WANT AP A GET RESULTS -S ggSSS" I I American Hork Citizen 1 ro I 1 - II 3U V01-xn' AMERICAN FORK OlTiZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 191C. NUMBER 51 jlfl " hti Park Mining Go. " Ready For Business IS if State .Mine Is Financed llcndr k. For nu Active Senson of Develop- ment. Tho South Pork Consolidated Mining Co. this week filed Its nrtlclcs or In--, 1 corporation tind will commenco active I -work soon as the melting snows make I . t possible to got up to their property, II' which consists ot several clnlms l;cated between the Miller and Blue BroCk and three claims located on the Pittsburg Hill In Dry Fork. Tim Company Is capitalized for $50, '000, divided Into shares of n parvnliu Bof 10 cents each. Senator J. II. Woot- ton is President of tho Co., with Will Hlam Chlpman, Vice-President and '' fl Tincy Wootton Secretary and Treas 1 I tirer- A. O. Miller and Clara Wootton B form tho othor members of tho direct; H orate. B Some fino ore has been found oi B both properties of ...

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. — 3 April 1915

AMERICAN FORK Q1T12EN SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1015. W? H MMMMMMkMMiHllMMHMMWIIHMIin I AMERICAN I'OIIK CITIZEN I A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I SUBSCRIPTION Olio Year Jl.CO H Blx Months 90c H Euterwl as Second-Class Mutter at H Post Olllcu at American Fork, Utah. H Ofllco: Opposite Tabernacle. Phone b5 H 8. W. Ross Editor H L, W. Oalsford Manngor I The Telephone Situation m Tho detlnwl Intention of the Monn- B tain States Telephone and Telegraph M Co. to charge n fee for service li- M l wen the towns of Atnurlcan Fork, M Lehl and Pleasant Urovc, dim aroused H the people and many haruh remedies H havi been suggested Of con r hi; thin H paper will uhvayri he found Htnmllur H for what It considers the best Inter- H cats of the, people, however, We lie- i H lleve that If the telephone matter Ik H litated squarely to the bond offlel.iL H of the telephone company they l H see thi uei)tloii In a different light H The towns or (he Alpine Stake have H herotnc 80 closely associated In nwtn...

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. — 3 April 1915

-I. - AMBltlOArt &ORK ei'i'lfeN SATURDAY, APRIL 3. 1916. - B """" KlOAN FORK LOCALS iE B H,t seustraiid lias moved 111. now WlBtl) tho W. 11. Clroonwood homo. Ct.ll ot TM 1 or PhonoMind Byd Jnckson spout Satur- 3-Mad Sunday In Snlt I.ako. sey nnd HArt Vnticcy left Thuroday for tin nson, 3 rd out nt Mali Springs. Tu ,'lcJt Huggnrd loft Tuesday to " Bull. Tc' eW jaya In Salt Lake. : F Theo. Miller was n Pleasant eglSfw! 'W Thur8jny- 27- j -j, H. IiigcrBoll Is homo from rt weeks' stay In Delta with her harnoas ai er H on Hen between An im Thurgood of Provo, made n 't Grove, ,eai trip to American Fork Tucs- 2I"6t- It Ada Wilcox mid daughter May ned Monday from a fow days with relatives In Lehl. 3 Myrlo Uoley spent Sunday In Lake, guest of Mr. E. P. Mc a Mini Shlwoll of Nophl, was Satin day and Sunday visiting at 5me of It. 13. Ilooth. and Mrs. L. V, Uulsford and r UalBford were Salt Lako visit inday. 1 Pearl Kelly was In I.elil Wed r visiting with her sister, Mrs. I-ott. R. It. Stce...

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. — 3 April 1915

B AMfiniCAM powt cithern Saturday, aeril a, l&is, I , I more than 12,000 people TT?V A WANT ATI ATVrn PFT PTTQTTT TQ ALL THE NEWS ov tee papkST READ OUR THREE PAPERa J. 1 1 i TV A1TI X 21.XS i.11 U UTXiX 1VUO J U X O -ONE AND THREE TIMES THE REStjH I The Lehi Department ' k 1 trip t I Mrs, Polly Turner I Closes Useful Life M Win u l.onjr mill Piilllifiil Worker In M tin I'rlmiiry niul Itillcf M Soclcl). H Mm, Miiry I'. Turnor, wife of Alfred H Turner, died InBt Krldiiy utter a lout; H mid patient Illness. Shu lias boon n H resident of I.clil for iniuiy yours ninl H linB probulily lieen 1 1 lit must nntlvc H clmrtli worker In tlie Third Ward. H An tin evidence of tlio lovo entcrtdlii- H I'd for her, nil the I'lhniuy children H mid members or I hn Y. !-. M. I. A. of H the Third Wnril, followed the rrinnlnu H from Ihe hnnio to (he Tnbenuiek1, H wliero the fnnenil gtrvlecs weru held H At the funcnit services, which wore M held Monday iiftcrnoon, lllolioj) Henry H I.qwIb jiresldcd mi...

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. — 3 April 1915

8 ;.H - i - ' AdliuicAr. E6ftK ctTlfcKN baturdaV, AfinlL S, IMS. ' ESul I LEHI L0CALS AND PERSONALS Head (he Classified Ads. Mr. J. W. Wing, Jr., nindo n bust' nes trip to Ogdwi, Saturday. How would you like a freo trip to tho World's Fair? Miss Lena Worlton Is hero from " Salt Lake City to nursu Mrs. M. W Ingnlls, who la confined to her bed FJR much of tho tlmo. r V The Lehl Land nnd Live Stock Co., owners cf West Canyon grazing land, held a meeting Wednesday evening r to adopt n set of by-lnws. Mr. B. J. Anderson arrived In Lehl this week from Cnllfornla, and spent levcral days In Cedar Vnlley pros pcctlng. Mr. James Hiflison, employed at the Hcrculefl Powder works at Garfield, I spent Sunday visiting his folks In Lehl. "Three Weeks" was shown In mo tion pictures to two crowded houses at tho Lehl Opera House last Satui day evening. r Misses Kmlly and Vernctto Vangh V an entertained nbout twenty young W. peoplo at a candy pull Saturday even- t lag. I Mrs. Rhodn Oboru of Union, Salt...

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. — 3 April 1915

H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 101S. I H LEHI LOCALS H Tonight Ilosoll's Band and the Big Easter Ball. H Attorney A. J. Kvnns was a Proo H visitor Moniltiy on court, matters. H MHh Ulnds Btiu I spoilt the H end vIhIUiik lii't' patents 111 Moroni H Arthur IlruUilur will pood iirrlwj H from Kiiglniid, whore ho litis tiocn on H n mission for nearly two yenis pnsi H lllshop and Mid .1 nines II. (lardner H attended tliu fnin'i'iil or Mrs. Mcnry H Gardner at Spanish Fork Tuesday. M Mr. S. J. Taylor will build a new H luunu cm tlni property south of Mr H A. K. MaiuilnR, tecontly purchased h H him, H A hnhy iJrl urtlver at the home or H Mr and Mrs. I.oiiIh ('lirlsteuseii last H Thursday H Mrs Annie Mclr-on Is adding two H rooms to her home In tin- Fouitli 1 H Mrs Ficd Mori III wan a Riiest of H Mrs ,Ii hn .Initios of Halt Luke CIO H Haiiinlay. H Mr lMward Thrasher left for Too- H idi Monday, whore ho will ln employ. H d In tin smelter (hiH' H Miss MurHiirot McCniilc or Sal H Lak...

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. — 3 April 1915

1 rS . AMERICA P6RK OlTiZEN SATURDAY, APRIL S, 101B, i, jfl at maZ . .. - n!9 " pSSSS -- TRY A WANT AD AND GET RESULTS -SS5Sffiff5.'SS I Pleasant Qrove Department 1 ds, II ' ' Local Canning Plant T Will Operate This Year iv. c: fflll Can Fruit Onljr, Hut Will Put ds Up Superior Product Thnt Will Do- co maud Top Prices. nt 2 Tlio IMenBnnt Grova Canning Com- j! pany will operate this summer and I will be. prepared to take caro of a I good part of tho prospective fruit "1 crop tho coming Benson. yl Mr. Pnlben, owner of tho Murray sj canning plant, and Mr. Miller, his e factory manager, Mr. Dunn of tho 3i Kulm Wuoleealei Orocery Co., and Mr. f Woolcy or tho Z. C. M. I., came to Provo In nn auto Wcilnesdivy and made an examination of tho canning t plant, machinery and general local conditions as to fruit prospects, pros , pects of securing help, etc. They ex pressed much satisfaction with what they saw, and think that this city Is un Ideal location for the. establish ment of a great cann...

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. — 3 April 1915

IS THi IpOUI ' AMtirUOAN FOlik 01T12M 8AT0RUAV, AI'RIL !l, 1916. WT M " I o I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I . m o Head Hit .'liisMf(l Ails. If H Mnny will ntleiiil I lie April con- B retire fioui this city. H "Judge" Allien Kelly mnde n busl- M hubs trip to I'rovo Monday. M Mrs. Anno Chlpmnn spent Momlny H in H .Mrs. SteVi! Wlllell or Lelll, spoilt B Momlny In American Fork visiting H relatives. M 10. M. Madsou has moved Ills fmn- H lly over from l.ohl and Imvu taken up 1 their residence In tliu second ward. fl Mrs. S. II. Clilpman returned Sun- H day evening from a fuw days visit In H Anierlciui Fork llokory will move. H Us store- on Main Sheet about the M middle of April. 3-1 1 H .Miss Lylo Whipple spent Snturday H and Sunday hero with iier ulster, Mrs. H John A. Wm;iilnfr. H Mr. mid Mrs. S. W. Illrd and family H of Maplctou spent Sunday here, at H tlm liomu of Mrs. Dlrd'a mother, Mrs H Ueorgu Stotrs. H Miss Cora (larff and Sherl Wilson M of I'rovo, were here Sunday after- ...

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. — 10 April 1915

1 2 NIH tomMpS - TRY A WANT AD AND-&T RESULTS --" THE NEWo u MREE APEK8 nv V W-r-. ", -.-.. xiiy y.m UUJUUXO ONE AND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS 9 lAmerican Firk Citizen X"' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATUAf PR1I 10, 191C. NUMDER D2 M I ial " " V ban Fork's Public Library jericnn Fork in Btnrting lta pub- brary has the prospect of as line rary a8 any town ot lta slzo In itatc. About 1,000 books have gathered, and Miss Downoy, the i library sccretnry and organizer, It is the best collection ot books In this wny that slio has seen ie state, which speaks well for frlcan Fork as n reading people e school children have been busy feting all the books and magazines Ible to add to those Already In library, nnd the Doys Scouts mado liuse-to-houso canvass for books. ss Downey this week spent sov- days In this city organizing the Iry for the opening; the books I been classified; and a charging Km established. Miss Downey also Bests that tho children's books re- By put Into tho school grades be ght ...

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. — 10 April 1915

BBBBPI " - i B Vat ' H H AMERICAN yomWUlTigBK SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1616. fl I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN H I A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION I SUUSCHIITION H Ona Year $1.50 Six Month 90c H Entorcd no Second-dnss Matter at BJ I'oflt Odlcu at American Fork, Utah. H Office i Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 . ..... .. ... mm .! i . i - H 8. W. Hobs Editor H 1, W. Galsford Managor I Is $40,000.00 I Worth Saving flfl In l'JU, according to tliu estimates Bl or the, Btatc Statistician the Statu ot V'tali lost $000,000 00 from the ravage. fl ot dlsunsu among potato II elds of t tit. flflj statu According to the census ot flflj 1910, Utah county piodticed more than flflj one-sixth of the amount credited tc BB - the entile state, so that our Ions bust id upui that OBtttnntu would be $1110,000 flflj Still to ho coiiBervutlvo, let ub cut BB tlint nmount In two and then deduct BB 110,000 to cocr tlio loss thut wlh BB hu sustained by thu luzy ami the skip- B tlcal potato growers who will not BB adop...

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. — 10 April 1915

BMiBHB..MMHMHMMMsBMHMMi AMERICAN FORK LOCALS Wnllnco Thomas of Provo was nn Amorlcnn Fork visitor Tuesday. T. J. Chlpman hns purclmscil n new 1015 model Ford. Warren F. Anderson mndo a busi ness trip to Salt I.ako Monday. Tho Misses Florenco nnd Dorothy Chlpman aro visiting In Salt Lake. Miss Mary Walker Is homo from a six weeks' stay In Salt Lake. Mr. A. R. Stout, of Ogdert, was In American Fork Wednesday, visiting with his sister, Mrs. W. D. Edmonds Mrs. John Hlnks and daughter, of Salt Lake uro hero visiting with her paronts, Mr. and MrB. M, N. Ambrose. Ed. Knowlton and Will Thurmnn of Provo, made n business trip to i. American Fork Thursday. Mrs. Florence Stout Andelln and baby of Salt Lake, nro here visiting with her sister, Mrs. W. 1). Edmunds. The Misses Eva Lambert nnd llcs sle Klnpenskn of Suit Lake spent tin week here with Mrs. Mnrk llczzniit. Mrs. E. N. Wagstaff has returned from an extended stay In Salt Lake . with her daughters. Mrs. J. It. Murdock and daughter, Mrs. Er...

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. — 10 April 1915

H 8 AMERICAN POniC CITIZBS' SATURDAY, APRIL id, 1D1B. more than i2(ooo people mtjY A WANT AD ANT) GET RESTTT.TS ALL THE NfiWD or REE I READ OUR THREE PAPERS Alii 1 TY li 1 1.1 All VJUl lilliO U U 1 0 """"ONE AND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS I H -i ii -- M-. ., , i. i i- .,,.. - i.. .ii -..M .i-i-.i..ii i. .,.,.- , -.,v . ,.,, m , M M I The Lehi Department ' I People's Go-op I Again Burgalized fl Entrance flnlned Through Skylight H Flftdn HoIIh of .Silks, Two .Suit B Cases mid Valuable Plumes Tnkeu. M Tho People's Co-op Btoro was rob- H bed again Inst Snturdny or Sunday m ulcht and about three hundred dollnta M worth of goods taken. Among the B Btuff missing was two largu suit M casce, fifteen bolts of silk, several ex- H pensive plumes and u kodak. The fl loss was first discovered by Supt. M Goodwin, who passing by tho dry M goods counter noticed Its untidy con- M dltlou, because of the silk covers be- H In t; strewn around. M An examination failed to reveal M where the Intruder hud gulu...

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