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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 29 May 1915

B AMERICAN FOniC CITIZEN, SATt'IlDAY, MAY 29, 1915. H pleasant Grove Department I School His Commencement Bk C'loc tlio Most, Success' Bar In School's History. K night witnessed the clos B local High School for the H' commencement exorcises Bin tlio Tabernacle, which Ho overflowing, every nook Wm, being llllcd. WB Inspirational audience and Mk program. Every number BBKndered. BBSlng number was a chorus BBSor High School girls. IMs BBKwcnson gavo the opening BBSio noxt number was n se Hlhc High School orchestra. Boctlcntlon by Ithcn Clark Hable comments from Prof. Hdo of the I). Y. U., who ile-B- address to tlio graduates. H's address on "Efllclcnoy" K the most Inspiring every Vls city. Arnold Rlchlns' on tlio Jnpon-ChInn situ BSmvoll received and showed K nnd a master mind. BB numbers were: A duct by Htutl anil Ora Ilolman, com. Vrof. X. K. Mclson and by H.1), Wild ley, u closing sc Hhe orchestra and tlio foono R, I). Wadloy. H James II. Walker present Huutes witli their diplomas. H...

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. — 29 May 1915

AMERICAN FOUK CITIZEN', SATURDAY, MAY 9, 101S. M B o . . o V AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I H I ! II II I o M I When jou nnut nny kind of print- N i I Inif l'liono 65. J ' ; Will Hnrrett wna a Suit I.nko vlslt- flf ) or Saturday BH Mr nml Mrs. V M Hmiflton wero 9 Salt Lnko vIsllorB Friday. 0 IIdscITs S.plcco orchestra nl Or KJ pltitis Hull .Saturday, .lime .'Hi. 29-lt J Mr. nil J Mrs. Jacob' Evans of I'rovo, mm spent Sunday horc v I r 1 1 1 n k friends. Mfl Dr. nml Mro, II K. Knighton spent JH Sundny mid Mondny In Murray visit H lug with their folks Hj Mr. mid Mro. Claud Znbrlsko of Al- H pine, sprnt Sunday In American Fork H with relatives. J. II. Brown of Salt Lake, was an VH Amrlcnn Pork business visitor Mon m day. M Mrs. A. Haron or Garfield, la here 31 visiting with her Blstnr, Mrs. I', A. P i t Malign, K Miss I.oonn West of I'lennnut drove, 3 spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Hen Halllday. H Tho Mlsnns Avorl.il Pony and Lillian m '. '. Madison Bpent Saturday mid Sunday ...

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. — 5 June 1915

Bmerican Pork Citizen WHHF""'" " "" -! ... -. "t -- ii . ! - ii .I.. i H JmBlI , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUNK G, 1015. NUMBER 8 I B Roads BTo Be Improved HHray to no Abandoned $2000 MTcnicnts Soon to be Com jBrhlch V1B Mnkc Canyon a Hj l'nrndlse. Bet Important canyon news iKUs the announcement that By commissioners hnvc or jBPPjcomplctlon of tlio now road, fPPBScs off at the upper power Bpflr docs nwny with wliat Is Htho high dugway. This high BPJK mllo or two In length, nl Bbcen a bad pleco of road, Hsc of Its steepness and bc Htho difficulty In teams and jBelng on " LaBt 'car "10 Hsommlssloners built two Sr tho now road at an ox- Kbout $1,500. Tho now road IB? tho old railroad grade and jB put It In good condition. Bn will bo n mccca for auto jBi tho scenery is uncurpasscd Kradcs will not bo too steep. Clark, tho district road Blip. Brho lias tho canyon roads In Bays that they never wcro jK from rocks and ruts. He n nnd team employed all the Hfour single hands about one P...

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. — 5 June 1915

it iljL AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, sgasssass -- TRY A WANT AD AND GET TIig Telephone Situation Ml Theie oppcuiH lu b' considerable ran unrest among ct-rmlu lmllvldualH as EVH to what Is being duuu about Installing IflHj an independent telephone syBtcm Tor W tho north end of I'tnh county. That Ifflf all may know tho progress that wo H havo made, thin article Is written, It HH Is a big undertaking and rciiulrca BHB careful consideration lu order to avoid H mistakes; wo arc lu communication H with large manufacturing companies Ml to detertnliii) the probaljlu cost; wo HH have our applications fur franchises HR prepared ami have no doubt or getting HjH them, we visited tho south end of the HJBj ' county and have the assurance of Hfi leading citizens that they favor the HHi move; We havo been In commuulca- nH tlon with a number or cities and com. HH muultles that huo Independent sys- HU terns and nro so well satisfied from HB their replies that our system being so HH well l...

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. — 5 June 1915

bybybybs' YbyI jffiMP AMERICAN F6nK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. Jl'NB 5, 1915. H nVBw BN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I yBBBzi I BDJr Und of print BBBwion Itoblnson spent .BBBjm Goodwin ot Lohl, BBBV Fork Monday tho BBBVMrs. R. E. King. ijm tBBBVon nnd daughter of iBBBVrt of tho week with jBBBn Fork, BBBfbrchcstra gavo a -BBBfrice in Sprlngvlllo Ba KIrkham of Salt BBBjlattcr part of tho flRot Mr. Wm. Starrs. 'BBBjhomns Steclo and IB with their mother, BBV 4Bf Salt Lake and A. fFan were guests of 3BBjSunday. vBWBr of Salt Lako spent BBBjsltlng her parents, tK Rowley. 'BBBfif Provo spent tho HBBBhere at tho homo of BBVarkcr. r'BBBje of Provo was in rllh Mrs. Elizabeth jHHBe orchestra at Or cBt Juno Stb. 5-lt iBWBWBWll---'-- iHud tho Misses Mao (iBBBf Provo spent Sun BBBa Dromlcy. lH iBBWant and children of BBBnt the week here iBBjb hbvm JBBj? M. Walker were in rjBBBonday visiting their liBks of Salt Lako is BBY mother Mrs. N. M. "bBh pBBr""" iABB ot our "ad" on first BBmls week then como JH STORE...

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. — 5 June 1915

L AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAYJUXB C, 1016. "' . H I The Lehi Departmental New Road System I West of Jordan HH ('(iiinlj Will l.ii) Out About Ten Miles HH of -Vvt ItmuN. H9 The county surveyor during the past HE week Iuih been laying out roads west HB or .Jordan River for thu whole dls- HHji tiiucu In township six south, rnuge HEB one went. The fanners signed deeds IHji , over to the county for the streets uMm which generally are two rods wldo, HJfl though In Homo Iti8ttmces they an HH ' four rod streets, HH A now street Is opened from the HH new steel bridge near, College's ranch, HH and runs west to meet tho rond rim- HH nlng north from u point a half mllr HH west of thu old Jordan bridge. The HH road runs north of the new bridge HI road tlirco-fourtlia of a mile, and west HH n mile and a half to thu old count) HH road, crossing Ileof Hollow. Three HJ roads will run north from this east HH and west road, one an extension of (HH tho old Allred road, one east of !HH young Mr. Ila...

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. — 5 June 1915

'J - -- - -, AmKBICAN rtftk clfrl&Ed, SATUftfaAV. Jtttft 6. lfllfi. 1 yBTBTs A UBffflVBlL atfe. BBBBBBBBBJtf' T w nlsss jS' JRk 3P AT'VA50TT1G EAT, jHBi HIS Vif WAi 6ETTIM5 UK WfflHri medicines'tmeytook,' MH? WV.0MIY XOOK. ! HAfM' n. u. mebbuiew, XT IySiBK Druggist JklBHI. UTAH H.llrecTs Variety arH' Store HB FOR GBOCEBIES nipftpBNow, Choice, Complete, Up-JB-datc Stock, and Prices Bca "fBBBLnahlc. Oar Other Stock Al ii AbYBsT Increased. YAYAmLLBEB'S vabiety stobe MIIlBsffBT Main Street, Lchl. to(MK BioHumbing Heating H Estimates Furnished Free rlH SUl'l'LIES OF ALL KINDS JlB I am now located lu Lent ana jwepared to do all kinds of plumb JBwflPB or to Install steam or not BBBJrator heating plants. rBJ M. S. LOTT J IBAfff LEHI, UTAH l 1 M ' Hospital iH GENERAL SURGICAL CASES im TAKEN. Hi SPECIAL FACILITIES FOB B MATEBNITY CASES BsK COMPETENT NOUSES IN BbK CUABGE ilBsfE ;H Tinning and Repairing :H Everything First Class j jffflfj COBBUGATED GALVANIZED dBBBJ Guttering, Smokestacks, ...

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. — 5 June 1915

iBHrHTq,"! AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUNfc D, lfl". , -JSgaJBjj,. ILEHI LOCALS I Mr. mid Mrs, Lester Anderson of Snlt I.nko, spout Sunday lioro as guests of Mrs. Hnchol Anderson. Mr. John Y. Smith ot Suit Luke, wiib a guest ot Ills father, Mr. Jnsse Smllh, enrly In the week, , A' baby boy arrived at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Klrkhiun In Snlt Lake City Monday. Miss Christlo Anderson of Provo, Is n visitor with Miss Wanda Kirk hum. Itoss Smith left Monday for Lin coln, Idaho, where he will spend the ;j" summer. tf .1 ; Miss Gladys Stark, n graduate of ! M tho Lulil High School, returned to J her homo In Moroni this week. M S Ernest Cutler of Suit I.nko, was a week end visitor with his brothers, Robert and Marlon Cutler. The housekeepers best friend A "Coles Hot IllnBt Hango" People's Co-op. unlondcd n car at Lehl thlt week. C-lt Miss Mary Hedd of Salt Lake, was tho guest of Miss Vera Gardner Sun A,. day and Decoration Day. 81 Miss Llzzlo HrlggB entertained oik ,1 of tho BW...

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. — 5 June 1915

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, JUNE G, 1915. , pleasant Grove Department nd Collision I HQflHRothcr II I'ViHBth0 railroad acci- iTBvcnlng In which Bprovo was killed, Blno pulling a gon- IA Vc onglno w,tn two I VI jKhead end collision Rea8t end of Provo v "R niB wcrc gol"c at ful1 v Dull jBrst saw each other ei SOCiaJK0 nPart- Reverse d fact Bantly set, but tho 7 iaSteaHpes with their loads ty glVjHrcat smash up. ioriahlMhn(3 dcad flrcmon UU1W Provo. M. E. Bar ""ul(Hro engineer lived in HfcCarty of Salt Lake jHbf this city, who are Ht Orem lines, were Bic, and all four were rjHhen tho smash-up Bto explode, literally Vso that ho died the Hvhcn tho motorntan Knln saw tho Impend Hjumpcd from his cn jB and escaped Injury. . H" nftcr tno accl(lent baccoH passenger came on flavor V scn'dei mcn wcro r , 'ftasscnger and taken IStyingEd given treatment at Hal. Those who wcro ' H! "10 BCcno ns a most Ufnlput both engines out in Yftnd blocked traffic for Bl BVHbo evening. The cars SflHBfhad 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. — 5 June 1915

i Immm' AMERIOAK FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. JUNK 5, i016. MmMl A B I I h 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 I II BH 1 iroM I UUIIL LUUHUIll I UiiK lfj mmammmmmimmmmmmimMmmmmMBmi (B """" Ki hcrml I THE AMERICAN FORK CO-OP. If I Is Giving a Treat to You That is Worth Taking NotiK 1 Commencing June 5th to 12th, Inclusiv ; f'23BW I We will offer bargains in every department of our I Bimmn, "M 18 BBSSR store at prices never before heard of at Am. Fork. sum. Wmi I Mj tlfUmtMS. On account of the cold spring we propose to unload our mam- i m rcami .. B'" i U lllr moth stock at greatly reduced prices. The merchandise we offer at ' Wvv WW WJ&fi vui y nevor to car 'rcoK I ? M8lM this sale is clean, seasonable merchandise it is merchandise you 8ulls "IfE0. I ? ti M1vMm w C0at8, So you cn" g "Bct i I'v I HSIllfF can use now. Every housewife likes to save when she is sure of get- .om . prk (, H II fluUlUlllwXi ' uuvor bcroro heard of. Hf'ld 1 ' HllfWln tin i:eliable merchandise at a low price. This June sale...

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. — 12 June 1915

MMM(((PBMPbwbwb - -M-' ffCrJ ... -BBBBH 'I BBBBBBBB I' a. BBBBBBBB Bn ;-.. t BBbBBH K $ T American Fork Citizen I K111 AMEIUCAN KOniv ClTiljEHrimnY, Jl'N'i: 12, 1915. NUMBER 9 jHH ig"" ' " " ' " ' i i ijuu i BBBBBBBBBBBBBBj Bo Lead Electrifies B Development Work BBBHkc of (Jrent lniiortance, Hut BBBV l'ropertlc Doing 'Develop H Work. BBBv Hon news Is marking time .this BBB& half dozen properties nro peg fwny with nothing Bcnsatlonal BBBtprt. Lid. Hinds tho veteran BBBY hermit, enmc lown Wodncs BBBl is spending Bcvcrnl dnys In BBBSikc. Ho miys Hint tho light BBBKns born kept back bo lntc that b now llttlo danger of n water JBBlBylvostei Osborne, who has Bho best part of his lite In the BBBB with Matt Richardson and Bgiers, left Thursdny to open nn BBBftampnlgn of development work BBBBsborue group of claims, which b Pacific on tho cast. BBBB McTaguc, who has hauled o out of tho canyon than any BBBBiuii In recent years, has been M several trips up tho canyon Bwpllcs this week. He t...

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. — 12 June 1915

bbbbbbhbbt9H bbbbbbi 1 MORE THAN 12,000 PEOPLE mpy A W BBBBBf READ OUR THREE PAPERS """" IXil A YY m'-M AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN H J I a progressive independent Jf PL'IILICATION HHf " Sl'IISCRIl'TION Kgl One Year 1.E0 Hlpj Biz Months 90c Eu Entered ns Second-Class Matter at WmMW Pott Office at Amorlcun Fork, Utah. r-i BBH' Office t Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 H 8. W. Rosa Editor Hl U- W. Gnlsford Mannncr BJ Plant Walnut Trees Hfifl In Grnnd Junction many orchard- Kg l8tB "r,! pulling iii their trees and In Hn different pnru of Utah many fruit Bm growers are following the Colorado fro example becuuso of the unsatisfactory Hw reaultB of the past several yenrfl. E 'n Lehl Mrs. .TnmeH Harwood has fni nn English walnut tree crown from B a Beetlllng planted about 40 yearH ngo. H Far many yearH It has never failed Hu& t0 uu,ir whether frost took the ra penches or worms took the apples. BjB I.ast year Mrs. Harwood harvested BBB nine bushels of nutB and found a BBBb ready market for them ...

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. — 12 June 1915

KaiTfork locals W u c Preston loavoB todu for E .!.' stay In Ogden. I Alice Rlf entertained tho Ln B Aid Society Thursday afternoon. In .Ada ItowJey of Snlt Lako, spent !rt of the week hero with her , Mr. mid Mrs. Alma Rowley. 1 lr.fl Jackson wns In Salt Lake Sun ; ; ,nd Monday with Mr. and Mrs. r Ed Jackson. ' Li l'"cl10 Roouer of 1rovo' Bpent 1 m Mk ,iere w,th hcr i"11"0"18' Mn ," K Mr. Wm. Marshall. " Lfi Jeaiiette l.atlmor of Nephl, P , 4 guest at the home, of It. E. 0 oth Saturday and Sunday. P - apt J. Preston Crccr of Spanish n ,, won In American Pork Wednos-t- , with E. J. Clayson. ;j Jr. and Mrs. C. W. Whltnkcr left h osday for a visit with Mr. Whltnk p i folks In Konosh, Utah. " . Cora Mcllrldc left Wednesday 0(J ipond a few days with friends In it t Lake. I 1! list Marie Robisou of Hasalt, Ida- Is here visiting at the homo of i John Chadwlck. 3, he Misses l.lllle nml Sadie Shipley itn nt the week with relatives In Salt ;e. l-p n Ruth Wordsworth of Salt Lake, i Tlsltlng at...

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. — 12 June 1915

H t I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN', gATt'KpAYl'XE 1SL101B. The Lehi Department m , t I Council Grants I ' Telephone Franchise H - I.chl (o (Ylchrnfc Independence Day. B , .11 1 lie j Hushes Id I'iij Mceiie. June Ej i linn ItesuIciiH Want VU Water. H ' The City council held Its regular monthly bobbIoii Tuesday evening nil H - being present. fl ', The 1'rovo River Hcscrvolr Co. prc- Hj ' sented n petition mid blueprint uuklng Br: for the privilege of crossing with their Mr' i cnnnl the following streets, shite road Kg t at Melvln .Toliusou's corner, the ill- H I agonal street Cctwccn George Glovers H'j. , and Joseph S. Barnes homes, the H ' street to Jaclcsou WanlaBs' home just H, below tho now survey ditch, the two flf Sts., Just abova the T. R. Jones' pond B , nn Sixth North St. west of Charles Dor- Hf ton's homo. Tho petition wbh referred it to a special conimltto to investigate H L J with power to net. HI ij A. J. Evans, Edward South wick, S. yi1- I" Chlpmnu, N. M. Ambrose, J, F. 7?' Cl...

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. — 12 June 1915

t g L- ' ' ' """ ' ' AMERICA?. FORK wa VftlST YOU SHOULD JPWUJi: ,fiBET0RTUWDWJ7HPAlM.r jjQftfffCWINlHMTTRY jIHOTCORHONTOURTOr littRWIMLYGO, iNWIiOFOUBCUVW APPLY. a. D. MKHMHEWt Druggist .... - UTAH lit wmamniM lred's Variety Store I fOR GROCERIES w, Choice, Complete, Up lie Stock, and Trices Rea jc. Our Other Stock Ah treascd. itu'S VARIETY STORE Main Street, Lchl. Ibing-Heating tmates Furnished Free ll'I.IES OF ALL KINDS V dow located In Lcnl nd W to do all kinds of plumb fl to Install steam or Hot '-Anting plants. I. S. LOTT UTAH J I j Hospital IPiL SURGICAL GASES I TAKEN, Ail facilities for Mtebmty cases etent nurses in J .CHARGE r . . t h and Repairing ling First Glass GATED (ULYANIZED "Ing, Smokestacks, Roofing, etc. BULLED L'llOMFTLl m reasonable OSTAL Olt CALL ON l Gunther I LEHI lUTO r Hire V make auto trips tag parties, plea rties or business to any part of Pnty. Prices rea- I'OLMSTEAD nterurban Depot 1 Lehi I IVED Maihnorth Residence. renarcd to do nil kinds ''"pcilng and...

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. — 12 June 1915

BBuBBj r BBBks H AMERICAN FORK .CITIZEN', SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1916. , - , "i5 B LEHI LOCALS HjHJ Miss Iilu Tluiriimn will go to Salt JBSE J' Lake today to undergo nn operation. HhBJ Mia. Robert Fox went to Salt Lake Hflra ( Thursday for n visit with her chll- mVh dron HHB A now Una of Mid-Summer outing H HntR at the Nelson Millinery. Call B hog them soon. B Mrs. Abigail Elllugson, who tins mEj been 111, la convalescing at tin; l.cht HBBJ Wllllum TIioiiiiih and Hay Curnon H of Fairfield, were In l.i'lil Monday on BBH business matters. BH Mrs. Henrietta Hlgler of American H Fork Ih it gui'st or Mrs. W. W. Clark HD thlH week. , H MIuh Martha l'lummor went to Salt HBJ Luke ThurHday to meet her mother, HH who came down from l.ogau for the HH Mr C. V. Karl left this week for BBB Kly, Nevada, where he Ih associated Hl -vv 1 1 1 iiomc Salt l.uko capitalists In u H promising mining venture. H Mr. A. W. Sceley who Iiiih been vlslt- H lug with hla Bister Mrs. W. K. Hop- H kins returned to his h...

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. — 12 June 1915

Pleasant iplar City I Council Meeting The regular moetliiB or the City uncll convened on tho 7th Inst., ami t attended by tho mayor ami mem j, excepting Councilman Thorne, was out of the cfty. , petition bearing a number or slg ure as submitted, praying ror abatement of tho bowling alley, i refwed to the Judiciary commit tor Investigation. he petition or J. P. Clark, et. al,, the construction or n culvert nt Intersection or Third North and :er Streets, was granted, he, chairman on water works re ed the sale or 1790 feet or onc- i pipe, which netted tho system TC. metery chairman stated that tho of the clean up exceeded the np irlatlon by $5.75, which was or il paid. ie texton was authorized to lmvo n copies of tlio agreement for enro mctcry lots typewritten and dr ied, so as the expedite the sccur of signatures. Tho agreement ides for the care of Individual at a cost per year of not to cx f 1 60 per lot, aftor snmo Is grad Hi.il seeded to lawn grass; and It Hrnestly desired that suf...

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. — 12 June 1915

bBbBBHbBM '( B AMERICAN POnK .CITIZEN. ftATCHDAY. JUNE 12, 1016. J Kafl i a, i1-' , . ,- , . ' ,3 HwSS o HJbf AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS BlifP M'licu j on until nnj Mud of print- bbbbbbbII lug Phono 8fi. E&H f ' Holt (if Spruigvllle, spent Sun- BfiH dny In American Fmk guest of .Miss Hfl Helm BcBB ''. " Moore of Provo npent Sunday HflHI here nt thu Iiomi; of Mr. mid Mm. W. H39 C. HniiBoii. Vf6I HeJm MIsh Jean Hlndloy returned Sun- f!$H day from a few days visit with Iter H9g sister, Mrs. 0. Merle Tnylor of Provo. HnH Mrs. L. S. Hnrrlngton mid Miss HraB Dorothy Chlpman were In'Ogden Sun- bbbbbbtoShI Kittf Jobbo Crookston h:is nccoptcd n 991 position with tho Clilpiniiu Lumber LbbbbbbHR UBSj Jesse M. Steele left Sunday for Bnlt HuH Lake where hu will attend sumtner Hh9 bc' ' for B'x weeks. HSj Mrs. S. L. Chlpmnu and daughter HflsS Leah were Suit Lake visitors Mou- HbmJ Mr. nuil Mrs. Pert Crookston of HHK Halt Lake, spent the week hern visit H 1K with their parents, Mr. mid...

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. — 19 June 1915

w - ...,.- u I 'JHRP B wS"li B v mM9 lAAjncanPork Citizeti 1 W"'1, " AMEKICAS TOIIK CITIZEN, SATOlDAr, JUKI: ,,, . NMDEIl B per of 1852 I Answers List Gall M. Miller, Head of Lnc Family aiding Citizens, Dies at Home V HI? Daughter, Mrs.. C. B. Jl.UI. Bath claimed another 'of Araerlcun H'( early settlers and foremost Bns this week, when JohnM.MlU aS called Inst Tuesday, Mr.'MIH Bmo to this city In 1866, coming Kncrlca from Englandn 1848,and Kins' tho n,n,nH w,th "l"ox'tc8in B;:. He has been 111 for tho past B years nml died at'tho homo of Baughtcr, Mrs. C. B.-Halllday. Bcrnl services which w'oro-ihcld He Third Ward ChapcrThursday noon were largolyr attended by Bumorous friends juid relatives. Ber John Hunter presided, and Bard choir furnished, tho' opening closing niuBlcnl numbers. Mrs. B Young Givo a solo nnd-Jnmcs .Mary Martin n duci. Dy special Bst of tho deceased, prior to his B the DpcnkcrB wcro William 8. Bton and Mrs. Laura Doloy Frnn- 1'rof. Joseph B. Forbes v also B brief re...

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. — 19 June 1915

t fi AMERICAN FOUK ClTlfeEN, SATURDAY. JUNE JB MORE THAN i2,OUU PEOPLE T"PV A WA iH READ OUR THREE PAPERS """ "A ,hR AMERICAN 10 UK CITIZEN mm a progressive independent Mb publication gl ! SI'llsritll'TIU.N EX ' One Year $1.C0 ff i Six Mouths SOc Int ' Entered as Second-Class Matter nt yfi Post Onicc nt American Fork, Utah. IH ' Office! Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 HI S. W. Ross Editor BM L. W. Oalsfonl Mannaer 1 1 City, County, State II Good Roads Combine WW State Hnnil Through (lilies and Count) mM Mil) be CouTttl With Tan la. 1mm ;g What shall wo do with our city nnd traaj county roads? This wus tho quostlon HNS for discussion by three meetings held JHhB Thursday between the city councils ffjY of I.ejil, Ainorlcnn Fork and Plcnsnnt wJIK Orovc, county commissioners James l.lR H. Gardner, Ucnjnmlu Isaacs and I Frank Urlnghurst, stato road coinmls- IjjB sloucr H. It. Lyman, and state auditor, fX Jesso Jukes. Meetings wcro held In il Lehl nt 9 o'clock, American Fork 10 fjffl o'clock...

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