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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 May 1915

" AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1915. H kioan fork locals Hll Chlpman's ad on first page. K Hoover of I'rovo, was an Am B" Fork visitor Saturday. K l'ool spent the forepart of the Hln Murray In business. B Sylvia Chompton of Garland, B;o visiting with her aunt, Mlsti Cromptou. Ba Smith and Will Moylo havo Hked from a month's stay In I.o- B. Lavem Maag of Provo, Is here BKg with her Bister, Mrs. Wm. H, J. P. Crookston spent part of WcrJi In Lchl with her parents, Hnd Mrs. N. E. Darling. ftumber of girl friends of Miss m Woottou pleasantly surprised Vuesday evening. m off your felt hats, your bon Bnd your hoods, and buy n Straw Hrom the Chtpman Merc. Co. 15-lt K. Jr.ck Corner of Lohl was li Mean Fork Monday visiting HIM' win Cleghorn of Salt Lake, mude Wplncss trip to American Fork Kay. H and Mrs. J. A, Wootton motored Krlngvllle Sunday and spent the Wftvith friends. Vftctal Fruit sale at "Joe's Place" K Bananas tho "Blue Ribbon" W2Gc dozen. 1-t B. Charlie Chamberlain prcse...

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. — 15 May 1915

HHHHHHHHH" .. vTHWhVhVhVhI HHL !ii 8 ffl AMEUICAN FOnK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 15, 101B. , , ..:Z B I The Lehi Department h 9 HbHt m I Lehi Graduates 1 I Seventy, Students it ' lllglitli Orude Oni.limlts for the Dis- f'j Irlct Coming Id l.clil fur Commence Li uitiit L'irclii'N. nil Tliis week witnessed tho closing of i ' j'M the grade schools by n pleasing pro- j "a. gram In tin1 Tabernacle Thursday i. evening, substantially iih outlined In I jjj.j our' lutl inane. In the curly nftcr- I j.jl noon cionlay there, wos u duuen In u)'y tin' Suiuin's Academy for nil the clill- m drcn, fico filctun's Inter In tho lloynl ijj, 'I beat re m four o'clock for the l'rl- H ji i inary ki'iuIih, mid free pictures In the It mi-nl. k 'oi the Uriiiniiiiir grudes. Tho H '' Ulghih guide graduates will have their program later, when l'rof. 0. N. KiJi Child will deliver the principal ad H Y dross tu tins graduates. Miss Martha H ' Klrkhiiiu, who tins tho highest aver-W,-,'- ugos for tho year of any student ...

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. — 15 May 1915

B!--WWMMm!m "" ' "'" -r-.-jm.lMl , '' -V" --" Hi r H ---f AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1015. . .. . . . H P ' : , O H LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS B Rend the Classified Ads. H Mrs. Nora Ulumcuthnl of Salt Lake Hpity wns tho guest of her brother. Mr. H- A. Olmatead Sunday. m Miss Mario Ounthcr ontortnlncd a Hrowd of girl friends at her home Hrucsday evening. Hi Miss Mnud Kirkhnm was hostess at Hftio Monday evening kensinglon of Hho U. 13. Fourth Ward girls. B Rend (tie Hlnck Box Sec tho Blnck H Mayor W. F. Gurney and Council Kion Wing and Evans were Salt Lake HlsItors Tuesday. H Mr. W. E. Evans spent Wednesday fBi Salt Lake. City on business and at Bending the base ball game. H- Coming "A Fool There Was" Hjfext week at the Royal. IG-lt K Or and Mrs. II. C. Holbrook mude Hn auto trip to Clover Creek Tuesday Bo visit the doctor's dry farm there B Mrs M. VT Mont of Garfield Is a JBitest at the homo of Bishop and Mrs. HKynry Lewis. KlCv , ,---" B Arthur lTrnddor gavo somo of his ...

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. — 15 May 1915

I jt , AMEIUCAN FORK ClmF. SATOnPAY, MAY IB, 1016 -Mj I , Horses Wanted I i. want several hundred heaa I of horaea and will pay top cash 1 prices lor all kinds. Call oi I telephone 121-J. ! Elmer Jackson LI?ffi lB-lt AUTO I For Hire I will make auto trips j for fishing parties, ploa- m sure parties or business m j parties to any part of the county. Prices rca- 1 sonablo. fj L. A. OLMSTEAD B Near Intorurban Depot w "' Lehi 1 ' "' B Plumbing Heating H Estimate r'tiriitftticd Frr H Sl'PPLILS OF ALL KIXDS Hj i t um now located In Lcttl mid HI lrcp)irol to do alt kinds ot plumD- Bfl lug or (o hiHtnll steam or not Hj water heating plants. I M. S. LOTT HJ I.KHl. JITAH j McALVIN'S DYSPEPSIA PILLS Mm A cure for Dyspepsia nnd Llvor Com H , plnlct nnd nil diseases nrlolnc Iron' Hi n disordered Stomnch or Llvor, sucli HI ns Constipation, Piles, Biliousness ME Joundlee, Sick Headache, etc. H Special directions for diet with acb HJ box. HJ For Sulo by II. W. UROWX, Lehl. i H , Allred's Variety ft...

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. — 15 May 1915

B AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY IS, 101G, , BIeasant Grove Department 'Btleclion WlBe . Galled Bis Meeting Instructs City Hi Election on Bonding for Hpowcr Plant. ms of Pleasant Grove held Heetlng In tho Tabernacle Bay evening to discuss tho B of tho city building, own .Bpcrntlng nn electric light 'Hthe purpose of supplying H' lights to tho citizens ol Hrovc; After discussion, it Hd by n vote of 49 for and Hto instruct the Mayor nnd Hbouncll to call a bonding rHid let tho people voto on Hn some tlnio in Juno. Htauldwell and Richards of Hcity, tho engineers employ Bclty, say that with n pen B feet long, a drop of 1171. SC Bo secured, and that tho 1.2 (er in Qrove Creek will then BlC4 horsepower. With l.S ftt tho horsepower may be to 24C. A plant with the Htclty can bo built for about Kd thoy nro willing to con Bbulld both the plant and the g system for $25,000. Be Hthe engineers say that there B saving of one second foot Hnow lost In sccpago, which at $8,000. Hr. L. Harvey pres...

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. — 15 May 1915

111 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY IB, 1015. .jK B o z : - - ' ' I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I It When j mi mini uii) kind of print In if 1'liune S.'i, .Tolm Lleiloy of 1'iovo, niinln a busi ness tlll ll('l( TlH'Hllll)'. Charles II. Miller mill fiimlly of I'ro vo motored to American Pork to nee Mr. Mlllor's brother John M. Miller. Mr. nnil Mrs, I.co T. Shelley spent Sunday nt the Roberts farm In Kirk Mrs, l.eallc Hansen of Bait Lake, Bpelit tin week here, at tlie home of I'arlcy Hansen. Jack Thurgood of I'rovo, tnado n business trip to American Fork Tues- .gr Mrs. Mary (iraiitlium returned iff Ttinmlay evening fiom u week's visit 1,'Sf "w I lelulltus Iji Salt Lake. I ' Mrs, William King and daughter, fltl Myrtle, spent Saturday and Sunday fi ' . In Salt Lake visiting relatives. 1'Jf The best Canvas Cloves ever offer- S ' rd nt fie per pair at Clilpman's. lfi-lt i 4 Mr. and Mrs. 1C. It. T. Illoomuulst Kj spent Saturday and Sunday In Salt H ' l.ako visiting relatives 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. — 22 May 1915

FTTTr Vif J-i"iwii-M------r ii iwbi,tw.,. i.ji iimrih -. - f . ji-(-- ... .,l aniiip VtTH H fl B B AmericanFork Citizen I H xin ' i . H B. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY -2 191S ' - BVJ B . " ' NUMBER 0 H Pittsburg Mine To Resume Work Horo 11 3lilo Long I'lnnncd for Br Einns Park Cily CaiiKal to Htlop Cnii) on Properly. Brnl good Items of nows pertnln B tho canyon developed during Bck, chief of which wns tho visit r Doyle, n representative of Mr. fTnrbett, a Salt Lnko capitalist, Hio owner of tho old Pittsburg K Mr. Doylo found It rntlier dim BB get up to tho property because BK being the highest property in BBnyon, and the trails lending to prklngs being still covered with BBv Ho returned homo by way of HtIic Pittsburg is Just over tho BBYom Alta and could bo worked HBjMthcr side. However, the pro BBgwIll bo worked from tho Am BBf Fork side, and cither a tram BBvlll be erected to haul the ore o the bottom of tho canyon or BBf bo built to shoot it down to BBCS- Hr Pittsburg Is...

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. — 22 May 1915

pviH-H-HsHH AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1916. H MORE"TIIAN 12,000 PEOPLfi" TP?V A W READ OUR THREE PAPERS """ X A X " TT H w wmii ;;; , .. H . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN Bra A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT flM PUBLICATION Bf sriisciiiiwioN Hj Olio Ycnr $1.50 H Six MuiithR 90c K Entered na Second-Class Matter at fljB Post Odlcu lit American Fork, Utah. MM Onlro: OpuoMlo Tiilicrmiclu. l'lione 85 KE3 S. W Ross i Editor K I,. W Oalaford Manager H Eighth Grade Graduates B Gommencement Exercises Etfgj WfiliJ, siliiy l.'-lil mih filled with Hflj Eighth (Initio graduates: they came IH from till inrtH of tin? district and H their liiimlndM of flying pon tiatits BD ninde the town look like It was en- H Jolng ii holiday The forenoon exor- HK elses w ic iM'ld lii tlm Tabernacle, when tli)' following program wiib glv- BBb en with Supt. .1. P. Croor us master of J PBfi ChoniK Aiiioileiiu Fork Eighth BJi IBV Invot'iitlnii Trnnlro Jon I) Forbes PBV Duet Alplno DlBli let. JBlj Weliomc Address -Fr...

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. — 22 May 1915

jB Mhi Mf t AMERICAN FOIUC CITIZEN. SATURDAY, .MAY 22, 1915. I EjKsRIOAN FORK LOCALS ""HBnanaa tho best Bpeclal today mmm dozen. 22-lt -ilHBerwood Adaraa 1b homo after a Bh'a absence at tho sheep herd. cVM-kW' Lcn Jackson has accepted a po n as Saratoga Springs for tho Htnor. HBnerican Fork has certainly been Brot city" this wcok. Raln, rain, BVV then some. CtOBSw. and Mrs. James Chipman, Sr BBwalt Lake, were American Fork rBVyors Tuesday. rirB- and M- H. E- Duflln of Provo, JBBvjames E. Hall of Sprlngville, were .!jHing with Mrs. Melissa Mott tho tBw week. 'BVeclal today nt "Joo's Place" KSVw old-fashioned taffy candy 20c a (Hiil-four kinds. 22-lt Bvw Is tho tlmo to order your flow tBVj.for Decoration Day peonies, qBBf s and carnations J. E. Chadwicw, uBBarlcan Fork. 22-lt BSiss Nina Vance of Orcm, is hero ' BBttlng "with Miss Myrlo.Bolcy. Miss .jjBBfco will leavo Sunday for a six Banks' stay in California. TjBBf iss Sarah Parker spent Wodnes VV and Thursday In Salt Lake with JHVt....

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. — 22 May 1915

HVflYflv j AMERICAN FORK CITI2EK, SATURDAY, MAY 24. 1&1C , ' B 1 The Lehi Department I H : tt V I New High School I , , Principal Chosen H ; l'rof. IIcImt llcnnlnii, Jr u (Irndmito ' of the C. A. ('., Honored List of Jj Inciilt) .Mr-inhcra Now Complete. I , At a iiifotliiK of tho new Alplno S School Honrd, hold In Lclil WediM-s- I ' iliiy. l'rof. llohur llunnlon, Jr., wns " (lioBoii ii r tin,' now principal of the H I .till IIIkIi School, to 1111 the vnennoy M I nuiFPil hy the I'lovntlon of l'rof. W. St i Karl Hopkins to the Biiporlntcndoncy S ' of tlio Alpine CotiBolldutod Dlutrlct. m Tlio honrd liiul lniiny nppllcnnts for the position, lint the honor wns ho m , , Ftowoil on l'rof, llennlon liccnnsu of Bj 'f hla excellent rocord hero during the M ,' psiHt two yeurB nnd the culoKlea Klvon (H hltn In letters of recominendiitloii 2& from ten of Utah's lending educntorB. H, I'rlnrlpiil llennlon Is twenty-seven Hi ' yeni'H of ngc. He Is n Suit I.ako Hj County proline:!, ruined o...

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. — 22 May 1915

BBBBBV' BBBh M AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915. r O K LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Btke Classified Ads. jTt Cutler, Jr., raado a business jBsalt Lako City Monday. jBBhd Mis. G. L. Stokoy Bpont tho ;BVart of tho wook visiting rcla Bi Salt Lake City. BBjelght-year old son of Mr. and Hklbcu Fox, underwent an oper 'BBt tho Lchl Hospital Monday. Blery at half price alBo Spring Bat People's Co-op., Lchl. BBnd Mrs. Lott Klrkham of Puy JBnt Sundoy visiting relatives In Bcnchcrs of tho Congregational Bgavo their students a ploasant Hit Saratoga Saturday. jBPearl Russon was hostess to BBp- club at Its weokly kcnslng ftday. BH Sunday School Supt, C. A. Hr of American Fork was a IBat the Third Ward Sunday. BBl D. Anderson returned this rom California where ho has Br several months writing in B and visiting tho exposition. Hrd Southwlck, George Glover, Bnuel Brlggs wero In Provo B straightening out assess. BBlth the County assessor, Joseph Hammer, Mrs. Vlnnle nK and Miss Norma Hammer...

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. — 22 May 1915

H AMERICAN' FOniC PITMEN, 9ATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915. , . , , !!B B I I Annual 1 Alumni I High I School I Ball. I Smuin's Academy I Friday, I May I Everybody Invited I Tickets 50c I Ladies Free Wm v, I Plumbing Heating H KhIIiiiuIon FurnlKliud Free H ', SUPPLIES OP ALL K1SD3 H I nm now located in Lent ml H prepared to do all kinds or piuinD- H - Ing or to Itistull sfeum or not Hj ' wnter heating plants. BBSS!' mm M) M. S. LOTT ., LEHI. UTAH K -McALVIVS DYSPEPSIA PILLS LUBUHr I HB ' ' H A euro for Dyspopsla nnd Llvor Com- ; plaint and nil diseases nrlflng from H ' ' 'I disordered Stomach or Liver, such H f ns Constipation, Piles, Dlllousnsss, M Jaundice, Sick Headache, otc. iiiH j ' Special direction for diet with each H i box. H Tor Sale by II. W. DROWN, LtU. I Lehi Hospital I'j GENERAL SURGICAL GASES TAKEN. ?,' SPECIAL FACILITIES FOB V MATERNITY CASES H ' COMPETENT MJKSES IN Wj CHARGE iHIIh !f Tinning and Repairing 1 Everything First Glass I CORRIUVTER UALVANIZED 31,vl I Hultcrliig, Sm...

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. — 22 May 1915

B AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, 8ATI HDAY, MAY 22, litlG M I Pleasant Grove Department I B Council Holds B Regular Session Hcity Council wqb In regular BBkonthly session on tho lltli, Hbo mayor In the chair and all Hirs present. Bmatu part ot tho meeting was BHl to tho usual routine mutters, Hirhlch the following Items were Hkttention: BHuant to recommendation of the kau on city property, confirmed Hte of tho council, tho mnyor Huthorlzcd to employ tho band Hcorutlon Day, and Councilman K E. Thorno and the Hon. D. II. Ron, who Is expected to bo pre BBjverc appointed to deliver nd BBfe on that occasion at tho cemc- BBjUBtlce C. I). Harper Is nway BHliu city on leave of absence, PBVeclnct Justice, Mons Monson, Hfl'ig in the dual capacity of the Htd Precinct Justice. BSupt of Water Works was lu Hd to prohibit the uso of water PBjIic system for motor purposes, PHdcemed necessary; and he, In Btlon with tho water works Httce, were authorized to dls pe city for lawn sprinkling pur. PH action of t...

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. — 22 May 1915

sasaaBflflflflflBeaaasaeaHHHHaVHHHHMiiiiHHHippB flPlVflfl flflPH B AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 22, IMS. J pHL H . o D AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS pH o PI Mil cm j mi mint nny kind of print- flftv IB I'lmiio 85. PE Mm. W. C Hanson, spout part of Bl week In Snlt Lake visiting Mends PJQ Lawrence lirlggs made u business 9 trip to Suit Luku Saturday. flflj Jacob Greenwood returned Sntur- R 'day from n weeks' Htay In Salt Lake. Wffl M, E. HumpliileH of Salt Lako wns aw nil American Fork visitor Monday. PJ Mr. mid Mrs. W. B. Koblnson left 233 till week for nit extended stay with H relutlvcH In Idnho and Oregon. En Mru. Murk Iiezzant entertained for SB liar daughter Louise, Saturday after- A noon In honor of her birthday. 33 Wall Paper twenty per cent dls- Bjjfj roiiul on entire stock at Pcoplo's jjjfj Co-op., Lehl. 22-lt MH Mrs. John It. Hludlcy was In Provo WM Sunday with her dnughtor, Mrs. O, II Mario Taylor. WM Mr. and Mm. (leorgo P. Parker of Wm t Provo, spent Sunday he...

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. — 29 May 1915

lAmerican If ork Citizen I m AMBUICAN FORK CITIZEN. SUHDVY, MAY 29, 1015. NUMDKR 7 H Park To I Mine In Canyon Biip of Thirteen Claims ami Hnrin Couipnny Property Lies Hn Mineral lint ami Pittsburg H' Siunuel l'nrk of Salt Lake Ko owns n croup of thirteen R claims In the head of Am BWk canyon, this weok uii Bthat ho will commence work K.nt an early date, and hopes BP his propovty Into a ship position beforo tlio season has Hpccd Ills claims Ho near the Between American Fork can Llta, between tho Mineral Flat HlMttsburg groups. They tiro Kt patented claims in the dls k are some of the oldest In H; two of them being numher Bd 42. Tho l'nrk claims havo Beomc high class oro in thu Hys, but being patented, havo H worked for years, though Hkiinwn to contnlu tho Mineral Btn and have some Una Bhow- rDniilela, the leaser of the Hplnt ground, was In town ear B week and left for thu canyon Hkiy iin has purchased Mr K Interest In the lease. Mr. Hjmys that ho has resumed do Ht on tho strlko tnndo...

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. — 29 May 1915

r B Mm 9P AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATl'llDAY, MAY 29, 10H. - ----s--------. H I ;rs a wantadaRD get rjesPI 1 Mark E. Kartchmer I I : Lands Clerkship am School Hoard Also Scledi A. It, MtL (her hide ns Mutdc Hupcnlsor mid E Ituy (hirdncr us Nupenlsor of Art. Hg Tho Al)Ino School Disthlct hold a flj boost moating Wedncsdny In American Mm Fork. Among the Important trnn- flj HnctloiiB were tho selection of Marie K& E. Knrtchmer of the Linden district mf for clork. Thuro wurc several appll- MM cunts for the position. Mr, Knrtchmcr 58 solved two tortnB as county clerk, KK and has had other clerical experiences Rn spiclally qualifying him for tho pofli- Rj tlon. Mm Mr. A, It, Overlnde wns upolnted Hi supervisor of Music In the High School section. Tills Is also n happy mm selection and a just recognition of MM the excellent work done by Mr. Ovor- jH lade In the Pleasant Grove schools. JH Hoy Gardner was chosen as art bup- Efc pervlsor, u position which he has filled Ml In the district d...

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. — 29 May 1915

IHM" vBfljBflHflHRflHRflHHflHHflHBflj UttM( BflflflBBflHHHHHHHHHHH K- , i - - - . AMBlUpAN F0UK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 29, 1915. flflflflfllflflfl K, 1HEOTyTV;oiET.TrtBLU13HICRQSE; H, WElttAC'llHJJEVIMf TOWER 7HOTCS10: B WEHAVfOlBUELYRS HL AHD OH OUR SHELVED - ' BOnLED-THWaTAMDINROwyQ B :: n. .mkrriiiew, H: Druggist H' M3HI, UTAn ;B. Alfred's Variety H Store VAw KK GROCERIES oB Ncn, Choice, Complete, Up. IHf to-dntc Stuck, nnd Prices Hon- t!B suitable. Our Other Stock Al- 3WflBl so Increased. to Bflflf flBfl ALLREIPS VARIETY STOKE 1( iflflflfl, Main Street, Lclil. tiiiBBfl alnlijBBB ' " ... "abut lurnbing Heating luctioflflK a txmrflflH', Estimates t'uriilslivd Free ForjBBB rWB SUPPLIES OF ALL KIM).- " jBH I ni now located hi Lent mi a d ttitSBB prepared to do all kinds o( plumb TALlBHiog or to Install steam or not can fcrflHHfvuiur hentlng plauts. legal fjBK ? M. S. LOTT fflflj' I.KIII, UTAH ll'AM BflB... DcnwBBfp" "CBehT Hospital j BBfl B GENERAL SURGICAL GASES - ui'cdB TAKEN, art...

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. — 29 May 1915

BsBlBBBBV LbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbothI&bIs? BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr iaBM mmmm isBBBBBBBBBBBBr bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ' Hi lvtjxeiML PIANO GIVEN FREB P 1 (0 "PtfHlSK 350 Piano Free 75 VZofih Free $60 Guitar FreeM H fl I - JIVW mSii m(m $25 Mandolin Free! It does not cost you one cent tojM :T&? ATMarST ? i"W"wl" ,.f .i , Pinno Salesroom at Provo. Utah, and tto relieve the congestion at mamifj mm I HniiKBJtf af t wholcsii -SSI ssrrsjrsirKSsiisjy-. w . - . , LbbbbbbbbbbbbbTISm I HbbbbbbbLJL. if WrtWISh Cfaflsf) VlfT other valuable prizes. Read this carefully. B B 1&I JBK j4 tjf r JrCKlC X rC THIS-Hundrcds of families are coming West daily to make new honws. We want every one of these goojfl LLbbbbbbbbbbV jHOB I flilfT - , W"Y " a r "ffi'nilnoi and its money-saving facilities to the buyer, juatt as the old families have for mmM H M I flH niv" XhraydvertTse. Wt " " """ "' AmeriCa'S '" W bbbbbbbbbbbbbvWww I bbbbbbbbbbbbbW know it's hard to be- B H Blffl I V manager of the Prov...

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. — 29 May 1915

. f..- , . w . . lJll.,,igMBBaHlMfcaMaMMiMMMiMMMMMIBihMMfcfi SibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH I a Listen A Feu; Neu; Pianos, 250, w P" the I H JMe! W and $350 Values, Now Zrte I H IFMHftemnB $98, $118 and $145, Come Early, fw to Keep I B pBi3yPljj JpEl Naw A6rea5f in the jHI .'jHila at' ' OmWrtmisSmf ' IhMrmIA Guaranteed BiH AfswJ mt Pmmmm iH tB T MiliferSSfr 3Miflfl viu $290 3 mar en or rr ogress m JliLiiHl Hi ' tK lJSSUtfl Mfli ttBHBi Wg Are Selling Modern, Metal Tubed, Five-Point I. H ffK (.s M jT jMT'i I ' ' Mir" H lfc VflH Motor, Flexible Finger, Player Planet, With ' VH ILH I 'Hn'aTJaHaw, iRSS X BaaaaLIIM tVl Perfect Muelo Roll Tracking Device. VH tflHt I iKijjH l" KpXJjfl Sp9 J .V. Inttrumente Equipped With Rubber Hi ISfH I IR'riMmwmWm 8 JHH V JS Bv tot Claptrap Pointers, H LH til infliLLLLLl- UIatS. I- LLLLHLLLH ftv AO. 9tudy Them Carefully. They Are VH IHfP KflB" Hrr bV COM H J)mmfflHUfl(nBN. Free Music Rolla During the Sale H' H nviP vKJSpiBli "S" - f TJO Ml rJmmllSiUh Now In Pregreee. ...

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. — 29 May 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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