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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 10 April 1915

1 H H 1 ' '1 ""' 'J I AMERICAN POtltC 01TI2& SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1916 iB I j LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS 0" . ltrnit the Classified Ails. , f Dr. Worlton made a proreselonnl lslt to Fnlrflo'd Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. Mick Ingcrcall of Am erican Fork woro Lchl visitors Sun day. Will Norton of tho 11. Y. U., is spend ing the weeks vacation with, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Hobs. Mrs. B. I!osh of Levan, returned to her homo Thursday, after n two weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. Leo Hanson. Frank Jacobs of Sugar City, took advantage of tho Conference week and made a visit to his mother, Mrs. Harriet Jacobs. Mr, Hebor Harrison, together with his mother and Mr. and Mrs, Ed Hnr rlslon, mado an auto tour through the county Sunday. D. Y. U. students, Bernard Brad shaw, Roso RusBon and Odessa All red are spending their spring vaca tion at homo with their parents. .Mrs. Florence. Barton returned to Lehl Sunday, after a months visit in Salt Lake Mrs. Barton will spend the summer with her mother, Mr...

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. — 10 April 1915

Pi-'ffWlie--- BI" - 4rvu t T --------------------. ,H . rHWHHiHIHHiH r ' ----- aaaB B ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1915. 1 H LEHI LOCALS M Mr. John Wood look a party c m nutolHls to SprlriRvlllo Sunday. B Do jon hiiiiI to lake (lint free trip M to California H Mrn. Wllliiim C. Tliomns, of Fnlr- B (It'll), gate birth tn i iii-)otiiul b:by H girl Sunday. M Mrs. ClinrlcH Hopkins, of Knnosh, M Is visiting this week nt tho homo o m her son, Professor V. Karl Hopkins M Mr. and Mia. Frank AdamBon, of M Mldvatc, wcru guests of Mr. uud Mrs M Joel Mcnrs tho past week. H FOR SAI.K Young pigs. Edgar B Clark, Lolil. 10-lt-p M Mrs. John Goutes entertained Mon- m day afternoon nt a children's part M tu honor of her daughter, Thelmn'' 1 sixth birthday. M Mrs. John U, Stniulrlnp, of Ggden, M and mother, Mrs Hurley, of Cullfoi M ula, werei visiting at the hotuc of Mis M Annie (loates tho past week. H Mr Heber Austin, of Idaho Falls, M piesldeut of thu UIiikIiuiii Stak', spent M the ear...

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. — 10 April 1915

1 .'! J AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATl'ltbAY. APRIL, 10. 1915. BI9 f MORE THAN 12,000 PEOPLE milV A xxr Trm v t" .' ' -' rsri HEH 1 READ OUR THREE PAPERS """ IKY A WANT AD AND GET RESULTS - ALL THE NEWd ur THREE " a Hi I . A VXJX IJUgUUXO ONEAND THREE TIMES THE RESULTS flH Pleasant Grove Department 1 I Funeral Seivices for Mrs. Margaret Fugal Wns An Old Resident of ricusant y j (lioic, Where She Had n Host of ; 4 friends Jinny of Whom Attended J (1 the l'uiicrnl. The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Full- Yty C who died while on a visit to her 11 ii I- 1,lsllP Jnincs Fugnl, of Wood VJ V, Idaho, was held In the Pleasant (A ve Tabernacle Monday at 2 p. m., ujier tho direction of the bishopric oil'lhc Third Ward. Tho choir furn 1 liijvl music and tho opening pruyer i t'f by S. D. Hadtnall and benedlc- Ml by James Nelson. The follow in 'jvero tho speakers; J, C. Nelson, is (c Carlson, Thomas II. Qlcason, nil lop S. L. Swenson and Illshop .Lifts ii. Walker. Js. Fugal was baptized In Den til and came...

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. — 10 April 1915

H AMBRIOAN FORK ClTiZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 101C. ff m o .. H AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS 1 Itrad the Classified Ads. it H Glenn up nnd pnlnt up do it.to- H Wo will niovii In our now homo In H C. L. Uernctto wns In Salt Lake H Sunday. H Mr, and Mrs. R, II. Slmpoon sppnt H Sunday visiting In I'rovo. H MIbs Mary Cntmull of Alpine, spent H Friday and Saturday hero visiting M O. (J. Sinclair of Salt I.ako was In H American Fork Saturday visiting rein- H Miss Nlun Vnnco of Orem, spent H Suuday here, guest of Miss Myrle H Mrs. Earl Cunnlneham presented H hor husband with a baby boy Sunday H morning. H Vjhen you vrunt any kind of print. H lug Phono 85. B Mr. and Mrs, Ebon R. T. Dloomqulst B woro In Salt Luke Sunday, visiting H with relatives. H R. F. Dewey of Salt Lake spent H Sunday In American Fork, guest ot H Miss Man Walker. H .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Searla spent H Saturday and Sunday In Salt Luke H vlsltlug friends. H Miss Josle Greenwood of Salt Lake, H spent the weok here with h...

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. — 17 April 1915

iHlllllllHl tw nil . xr """"m I' J. f f Vf i V f "MM BBBBI i ii;-',A- fiw " H iiiiiiiiiiiiim A; B V !l "'' 1 B -' ree "P8 to the World's Eyositions-Read tluj Full Page Ad In thislssiie-it Tells You ah,.r I I American Ifork Citizeif : M VU' X1" f AMERICAN FOl' '"rtZl'VTURDAY, APRIL 17, 1916. NUMDErT I m County High Schools m Meet In American Fork BHB Annual High School Pay May th BHHI Program Forenoon Track Meet lit HHHJ Afternoon Dance In Evening. BHHI Over ono thousand High School HHHJ students, teachers and friends will HBHb come to American Fork Friday, May BHH8 7th, on their ninth annual gathering HBHB and track meet. Thero.wlll be the HHBb students from sovon High Schools and HHHS the event promises to bo the biggest HHHl over held In the county. HHBJ Tho program which will begin BHHI promptly at 9:45 a. m. will bo as fol BHHJ HHHJ 1 Selection Pleasant Drove High School Orchestra. BBfl 2 Chorus American Fork High BBHJ HHHJ 3 Invocation Jos. D, Forbes. HHBJ 4 Malo Quartetto 1'ay...

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. — 17 April 1915

w AMEUICAN FOIIK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1S1B. , . .,., BBS . . -. .,, . Sil- .A -.? ,. ,. ... -morehan 12,000 people tpv A W A NT AD A NFI GET RESULTS -ALL THE WJ5Wo OJf THKEE READ OUR THREE PAPERS " A I &. VY AIM X JU AIN 17 lX!i X JVHiP U U 1 0 0NE AND THRSE TIMES THE RESULTS Hf AMERICA FOIIK CITIZEN WmW'a ft A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT l PUBLICATION WL HimfiORIl'TIUM Mk Oneonr .., $1.60 K six Months M 90c MM Entered at Second-dual Mutter at flfi 'os( ORlco nt American Fork, Utah. 1 Office! Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 86 I 8. W. Roes Editor If L. W, Gnlsford Manager 1 Walter Needharc If Dies In Fiuvo KS Walter F. Neodbum passed nwny In Hm the Provo Oeuerul hospital yesterday H4 morrilng at 5(30 a. in., tho result cf HH nn operation performed on March 28. Wf Funeral services will be hold In the Bfl Provo Third Ward Sunday at 2 o'clock, WM Mr. Needhnm was born In Salt Lnkr, 111 City ( fifty years ago. lie was well U known In American Fork, whoro he Hl mined a host of friends w...

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. — 17 April 1915

1 'r-" lBJBWBHBBMBHBRBPBPPHBBlBBBHnHBBi MR V - H ,J - tl I AMMiUQaK pduit uitiew Saturday, april n, 1016, BKIOAN FORK LOCALS ffi. and S. II. Chlpman wnro Salt visitors Sunday. In McNIel made n business trip jftt Lako Saturday. m Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Hub Ulnch Is seriously 111, 9n It. Hludley and John Hunter 9 In ChnrleBtou Tuesday on busl- and Mrs. Robert L. Ashby spent Hy In Sprlngvlllo visiting reln im 3. Sarah E. Jacklln of Wllford, rapn American Fork visitor Sun- m Thco Recco of Salt Lake, was Mnerlcnn Fork Monday on busl- Jgrgo Tyler spent Friday and Sat. to In Salt Lake and Bingham on MKSS. (it and Mrs. T, A. Osborne and on spent Sunday In Salt Lako aSrolatlves. fif. Otto Vamey presented her Mnd with a baby boy Wednesday rang. 1 Enid Condor of Olmstead, spent MJiy hero with his father, John M Rushton of Montana, is here m extended visit with his mother, tV. B. Smith. ti. Wm. F. Bromley nnd children Bwreka, are horo for an extended fit tho home of Mrs. Roso Brom- trt. R...

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. — 17 April 1915

H .,-,. AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APIIIL 17, 1015. H : : Free Trips to the World's Expositions- Read the Full Page Ad In This Issue It Tells You all : I The Lehi Department Ii 8th Grade Graduates II Coming to Lehi s l'rogriiui lo lie (II ten In Tnbernncle In a Forciionn Truck Meet nt City Park In Afternoon Ujiiicc In SintilnN '1 Armteiiiy in the Lienlng. li f There will bo busy days fur tlio i Eighth Unulo students. Uctwceu ex- 1 iiuilnntlons, urograms and field dnys Bg they will linvo little, time for rust. $1 On Mny Utli, nil who have not aver- Sngcil 85 per cunt or over In their stu- dies nnd boon nbsunt not more tlmn 7 C dnys will go to Pleasant Grove, B wheru thu exuinlnntlon will be held. B On Mny nth, Thursday night, nil ft the gnules will give n program In thu H Tnbenincte, which will be tlio closing H proper for the grmlo bcIiooIb. The, Hi committee on nrruiigeineiit consists of i Leslie Ooiites, Mnry Reunion, Edna H Sharp, Emily Wtuiliiss utid Miss Her- Jn Mny 14th w...

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. — 17 April 1915

. j AMERICAN FOHK CITIKKN SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1916. 1 WANTED L000 POPULAR LADES to go to the ! GREAT PANAMA EXPOSITION I FREE FREE FREE I j Without Money and Without Price, win You Be One of Them? I jjf ery Woman in This City Will Be Interested Read Carefully Every Detail. I 1 California Invites the World Xjalifornia invites the world to tho greatest worlds Fair in history, the Great Panama position, and we invito you to go as our guests, at OUR EXPENSE. The most beauti- jiand comprehensive collection of the world's resources and accomplishments, colo- riting man's achievement the completion of the Panama Canal. JJie States of the Nations and the Nations of the world will meet in San Francisco this flu. Flan now to go at our expense. alio greatest single collection of the wonders of tho world now beckon you to come. In m land of sunshine, under California skies, will be seen the Marvels of.the far East side (sido with tho wonders of the West. The Big Fair covers an area of G35 acres...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1915

H hV HHHj HH HBHJ HB AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1515. . M I Confessions fif a B Mail Order Man Hi By Mr. M. O. X. Intl w flj ReVt1tlornbyOneWhoEipnlnln n " the llutlnett Coveti Ranee Prom office Doy to Oenernl Mn(r Kg KEEP YOUR MONEY AT HOME AND HI BOOST YOUR LOCAL TRADE. Hn Tho mull order business, with the ox- H coptlon of tho stock market, Is tho only 5 busInnsH In which tho ontiro capital Is Bi furnished by tho trador In advanco of IJt tho transaction. Hf Furthurmoro, tliero Is no business In K tho world that could not bo mado II highly profitable abundantly so If Wti tho customers were to pay tholr money WL& In advance at tho tlmo of the giving of y tho order. 1 For tho reason that tho merchant II or dealor who handles the cash Is not If subject to any loss from bad credits, lu cancellation of orders, return of goods, If '0, Did you over stop to consider that It ,1 thero aro a half dozen, more or less, bad HJ credits, or, to uso a mora forcoful ex Hg prcsslon...

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. — 17 April 1915

AMElttCAK FORK CITIZEN SATUnDAY, APRIL 17, 1915. - . .., H u o I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS o Rend the Classified Ads. I Prof. Q. N. Child, supervisor of the I Grammar grades of Snlt Lake City, I wns a Lchl visitor Saturday. I Miss Mary Ilnnson of Salt Lake I City, spent Saturday and Sunday here I thq guest of Miss Lexlo Southwick. I James Nellson left Saturday far Hj Eureka, whero ho will bo engaged In H electrical work. m Dr. R. D. Evans and Edward South n wick were the speakers at thei Sim la day night meeting In the Tabernacle. II Mrs. John W. Roberts has returned IB to her homo in Island, Idaho, after a IH stay of six weeks in Lchl. n It is reported that requests have u been made for four new missionaries M from Lchl. I Miss Furnesln Knudson of Provo spent the week in Lchl to guest of Miss Myrl Clark. Miss Zelda Klrkham and Arthur II Draddar rolatcd their missionary ox H perlcnccs at the Stake union meeting w in American Fork last Sunday. Mr. John Y. Smith of Salt Lako City B dr...

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. — 17 April 1915

H . American fork pitmen Saturday, april 17, l&iB. j M LEHI LOCALS .HI liurj ucn subscriber nii'nns J5U0 mVh TdtfH. UK Mr. and Mrs, Melvlu Deck spout Hi Arbor Day with fiintla In Draper. tiff Look (or Dlooniiiilst Brothers puz- mE xlc'ml on the llr pane. Cut It nut WMf nnil niiiiiHi' jour friend. 17-1 1 BR Jq&eph S. Hroadbent nnd fnmlly K spent Arbor Day In Bait Lnko City. Ha Tho trip was made, by auto. Bfjf Two more I.ehl citizens will appear Hflj In now automobiles next week. They K9 "rc "eljcr Harrison and J, E. CotUr. HvgH Mrs. Dulclc Francom went to Le,vnn v Tuesday, where she and tier husband Iff will upend the summon Mr. Francom Hy went two weeks ago. 1 Tho MIbspb Attn and May Grant on- Hjy teftnluud a dozen young lady frlcndt g at ft kcnslnr.tou Thursday nftemoor Kjj nt their home at the sugar factory, BJI Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Holbrook and EiJ Mrs. 11, A. Holbrook of Bountiful, are Bj guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Holbrook. SI Joseph It. Mtirdock, president of the HRSf ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1915

- - AMERICAN FdllK ClTlfcEN SATUItDAY, APttlL 17, 191G. I Pleasant Grove Department I Ind Teachers I Clean Up Town HL'scd as Clean Up Day A Should Follow Up the y. V WRS c,en" UP day 'n ,r Hvo. U was dono under or W,on of tno Parent's clas ,j Hocal public school teach ii. Hoplq pretty generalty ob ' Hay, nnd as a result Plea- got a good cleaning up. K raked off, back yards rUDbl8h was hauled off '' Vn(1 tne town ,oolc3 tnuch i Kir It. g jRfits' classes were assisted ik teachers. In the tench Ik .ons, Prof, Larson had Me, First Ward, Prof, Rich H Second nnd Prof. Miller Hf flowers, jBf paint; tKtlvo neighborhoods that alnt. mk dono labt week should Bd only ns n startor. All Hand Pleasant Qrovo Is no flb other cities) thoro are I B need repairing, homes " fSlook better and last long Ather coat of paint. The JXf last year should enable jjEovo to win tho stato-wlde wood organization wero ef All tho people worked unit- Preparing to lesume Shipments ( Are That Shipments Now S Forerunner o...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 17 April 1915

I H AMHKItiAft FOUR CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1916. . ... . ft m . Ij AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS iff .Iteml thu Claislfled Ail, (f A Flower Seeds, Garden floods, Grass 9 Seeds lit Clilpmnn's. 17-11 W I;. 10. llnrrjiigton and Milt Clitpmnti ! were In Hull l.nke Sunday. H Mr. and Mrs. II. J, Iliimlltoti spent 3o Snturduy and Sunday In Fulrvlnw. Kg Miss Vllnio Dalley of Provo, wan 81 In American Fork Sunday visiting 9h friends. mm Mrs. MKcliel Davis of I.ehl, was In Jm Amerlcnn Fork Monday vUltlng wltli 3B nor mother, Mrs. AVm. Klnc. QE Look for nioouiiiulst "rother puz a zlc ml on (ho first pngc. Cut It out M mid nniUHo your friends. 17-lf Ma V. M. Groo und wife attended tho H t Schuster-Dcrshaw recital In Salt w Lako Friday evening, ?S Burl Crookston of Salt Lako, spent 5 a few days this week with his moth- aH cr, Mrs. Sarah Crookston. 3? Mr. I3cn Thompson and Miss Mnbe' Jc Sloirs npi'iit Sunday In Provo with ffi relatives. Kf When jou trout any kind of print tik Ing Phone ...

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. — 24 April 1915

I American liprk Citizen I hi, XIII AMERICAN FORK OiTiZBN $jWEff' U'IUL 24, 1915. NUMBER 2 H 'ff'w' . local Sheep Men I Harvest $140,000,00 iVu'il Wringing i! (n 25 Cents per K l'ounil nnd "r.,000 Fleeces to Sell. H Shearing at tho Fairfield shearing pens Is about half over. Most of the Kocal sheep men take off their fleeces Hit this point. Tho sheep are. In fine condition nnd tho fleeces aro weighing Kip well. Representatives of eastern wool buyers have been nt the dlffor Bcut pens for the past ten days and Biavc purchased many clips ut prices Hanging from 21 to 25 cents, depend ing on the quality. Local bankers Slave been acting as buyers for tho Bwoolmcn In some Instances. H Adamson Brothers of Pleasant Srovo sold for 24 cents, and the Okie Hperry clip went for the Bamo price, Hlealey Drothcrs at Alplnei got 23 H:ents, arid Joe Mnyno of tho samo Htown got ono cent higher. Drown and Prlday and tho Ulnns Brothers got 23 Hents, and othors similar figures. Sev. Krnt of tho sheep nion...

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. — 24 April 1915

H " AMERICAN FORK cWZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 24, J916. ... M I SafaggSai --TRY A WANT AD AND GET RESULTS gJS S 1 E 1,000 More Ladies Wanted To if Enter the Golden Gate Contest Kl i n S Tim Alpine Publishing company Is l commoni-lug thn greatest cotitoBt over undertaken In this county, At Lehl jt&M tho content will In- under tlio ill red Ion MM of the, Lehl BANNER, Dip Peoples IH Co-op. ntul the Itoynl Theatre, At Aiiicrlcnn Fork tho Amcrlciiu Fork B CITIZEN mid the Amcrlcnti Fork M Drug Store. ml Two Young Indies from each city iw will be sent to tlio aoldcn Onto Ex- ffiB position absolutely free. They will gtg tinvu frea transportation, free pullman Kg enrfl, free admission to the fair am" tM tree trips all around Ran Francisco. 4g We may also arrange ono for Plea- Ke sunt Giove, making u company of live tg From time to time. gifts of sllvexwnre nj will also be given the contestants, n All women over fourteen ore ellg' Ml I I ... i II i mi mi " ii 5j Nominating Blank Sf VAN.U1EH PAN...

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. — 24 April 1915

B - AM'EftlOArt FORK CITttBM sATUftt)AV, APRIL 24, 1916, I ULKlOAK FORK LOOALS """"Kon Jacobs of Provo, spont Wed (P In Provo. sjjHn Hunter made n business trip Hovo Thursday. ij. HrL. Flrmago was in Hcbor on Bcs8 Thursday and Friday. Bj H and Mrs. Alf Worscly of Provo, H' Thursday In American Pork. H R. P. Morgan of Denver, Colo H is here visiting American Fork U Thurmau of Provo, made a jHcss trip to American Fork "Mard Chipman and Qcorgo Crook "iHjhave left for nn extended stay "-Bolorndo. MB , ,enps Cady Chadwlck of Salt Lake, ijMt Sunday In American Fork with I Motives. tBgil Miller of the, U. of U., Bpcnt nJHIVCCK: end with his mother, Mrs. 7-9 C M,llcr- JiHs. Fou Tyner of Oarland, is here IHug with her parents, Mr. and fH E. N, Wagstaff. 3 H. and Mrs. Joe Wilson of Lehi, 2Ht Sunday In American Fork visit--wlth relatives. aiV. and Mrs. J. E. Wilds aro re liBig over the arrival of a baby girl hB Wednesday. " Ks' Han,,an Dally of Wellsvllle, iHk the week here, visiting rela- bs ...

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. — 24 April 1915

w ' m fl AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1916. - IB I The Lehi Department iSI fl' 1 What Shall we Do I with Wines Park H (Communicated.) BE Tlio question of how slinll tho city jm keep tlio Margaret Wines park up to MS tlio rcviulrmciits mmlo by Mr. Wines ttS ,M tho ,ll'l1 transferring It to tlio city, E mill on Its present finances, la n Slj illicitly tmrloiiB question. Already It nflj promises to become ouo of thu lend. H lug mirations in the fall campaign, aj nnd It Ih not mi Inprobnblllty that this w$ inny become- tlio leading Issue In the jffi full election. It may be that n city ma council may bo elected that would not M favor tlui expenditure of $S00 last lyj ' yenr, ?l,ti00 this your nnd $500 each JR your thereafter. If the city docs not IS spend $1,000 thla year nnd then keep K, up annually thu required pnymentB, 3V tlio helm of Mr. Wluc9 can step In R ami annul the title. jBj 1 think It wnH Mr. Suuthwlek who lau, showed nt the school meeting that IQK I.ehl and th...

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. — 24 April 1915

Bs mi n in '" " '" BH B-. AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN' SATURDAY, APRIL 24 1915 BbI o ft LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Mead (he Classified Ads. Blrery new subscriber means 1500 Htes for you. ftlrs. J. F. Halscy has gono to Wyo Hng for a visit with relatives. B Btr. J. A. Miller, tho Salt Lako City Hurance man, was visiting relatives HLehl early In tho week. Airs. Frank Ingalls of Pnyson was Kttcst during the past week at the Bno of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Ingalls. Hbout twenty automobiles loaded Bh excursionists from Salt Lako By spent Sunday at Saratoga Kings. Blr. Harry Meyors of Fairfield' was HLchl Tuesday. He says that somo Hthe ryo on the, cast side of tho vol B:ls already up a foot high. Hire. Efflo Day has been selected at Bbc clerk for tho Utah Power and Bbt company, and spent two days ft week In Provo getting acquaint wlth her new duties. Hr. W. E. Racker, vice president of K Merchant's Candy company, and B of Its nowly elected directors, Bt to Salt Lako City Tuesday over Bko attend a dl...

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. — 24 April 1915

H:l American fork crmfirt Saturday, april 24, 1615. ,r I IRi LEIII LOCALS Hk&U A baby girl was born yesterday to Vrcj Mr iiiii Mrs I'leemuti Iloyli'. Mother B$' uihI baby Joint; line Hfvf Mr mill Mrs. t Seven Adams movid HK to Mosldn HiIb week, when Mr Adams Sw will operate the lilt; Irrigation piimpM HM there HHrajb Mm A. I! Anderson n-turned Wed- Qra Hi l.iy from California, where she HHlSj spent thi past month visiting her son, HRrc 1. eland, mid the hit; exposition. KgUS Klvn tups of thu (lie hell calling the B'JI' department out to practlco Thursday IK afternoon, canned many to think them Hffi was n llrcv BjR .Miss Martha IMumnier of Salt Luke Riffi f'tty, lato from Portland, Maine, Bpent HsPi lM" W('plc '"'rt' n B"rBl ot Mr' nnJ Mrs HbP '' H' A11riMl' Hln Dr. nml Mra Mnruteller came down SSi ' tro,n i'l,('" Wednesday, mid spent Hit HpF day with Dr. mid Mrs. II. C. Ilol ji hrook HlMR It has been naked whether then- Ura v. Ill he Indies nt the wrestling mntch HK Certainly, n...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
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