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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 19 June 1915

8fl KJbrIOAN fork locals "5Bjr Lcn Huggard has been on the jjJjjBek "list this week. p H Mr Js I,f storr8 wns ,n Storrs Hursdny and Friday on business. old-ttt,! Mr InM Mfikln of Albion, Idnlio 8ln tiH,' hero for a short visit with his 'khB lr. Ocno Murdock mid Mrs. Hcbw H(jggard iittcndcd tho Klrkhnm re- omn0n in Lciii. IDS H Mrs. I. I" l'r,d- Icllt Huintay at Bt'ovo with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'MESTeM,,,, A,inins. land; ) For M you're next JuBt say when our S sXuto will inll Peoplo's Co-op. 19-lt -M Miss Margaret Taylor Is visiting ATJTBiih her sister, Mabel, who In nt the " Krovo Grnerol hospital. jjV fl Mr. ntnl Mrs, B. M. Mndsen were tiarc'"iBn Lehl Wednesday to nttend tho Klrk- rment jflim reunion II twH J(r w,nc Cn80 nli MfB8 Mnud a 'jsc'of Salt Lake, aro gueots of Mr. iflnd Mrs. I' W. Galsford this week. ININH Mrs. T II rtobinson left Thursday fcornlng for n fow days visit with AYl!lfl,Ir,. Den Thurmnn of Provo. It l.l.lBa . fl Mrs. Vein Walker spent tho week fln l'rovo w...

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. — 19 June 1915

w T li H I The LehrPepartment J I Storms Over Pumps Resume Lukes Lei el .Voir ut Compromise Willi Out 800 Second Feet of Muter lie Ing Drawn For Intention Purposes. Tliu big pumps of tlio associated canal companies wcro started up for tho season's run last Sunday. Kicrthlng uas gotten In rcndlneHH for their operation one month before tliU date but tho heavy rnlns came on and tho farmer's demands won supplied foim this source. Tho Government rain gungo kept by Win Knight at the pumps shows that near ly five Inches of rain fell during, the stormy period of n month's duration, which was the moat for a similar period slnco ho has been keeping r Tho rivers nntural flow last Sunday when the pumps wcro started was ap proximately 00 second feet and the lnko'n lovel was exactly at compromise point. A month before this the lalu was three Inches nbovo compromls' which ndded to tho five Inches added by tho storm would Indicate that the lake had lost eight acre IiicIiom during tho porlod. FIvo p...

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. — 19 June 1915

V 'vil H 5ki - " ' MmiOAN PORK CITIZEN. SATimmv JUNR 19 mfe SI 7 HAV W7IE AIpTto BE MTfJ ji5T8UYJi6mKll1D I ffiwAMwsiJ as good "as! a nufl) I II. 0. MERHMEW, H Druggist LEHI( . - - UTAH I Alfred's Variety I Store I FOR GROCERIES H New, Choice, Complete, Up tcdnlc Stock, and rrlces Ilea H sodsIiIc. Our Other Slock Al H 10 Increased. ALLRED'S VARIETY STORE Main Street, lchl. I Plumbing Heating H Estimates Furnished Free SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS H I am now located hi Lent Mid H prepared to do all kinds of plumb- H Ing or to Install steam or not H water heating plants. I M. S. LOTT LEHI. UTAH I I Lehi Hospital I 6ENERAL SURGICAL GASES TAKEN, I SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR MATERNITY CASES I COMPETENT NURSES IN CHARGE v - - I Tinning and Repairing I Everything First Class., COKRUGATED GALVANIZED I Guttering, Smokestacks, I Rooting, etc. ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY -PRICES REASONABLE DROP POSTAL OR CALL ON I Carl Gunther LEHI I AUTO I For Hire I will make auto trips for fishing parties, plea- sure parti...

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. — 19 June 1915

T I ii , hhI Isbx hi HI AMERICAN' FORK CITIZEN', SATl'nDAY, JUNE 10, 1015 - -igJ-, HHHH T i ' m H LEHI LOOALS HI MIh8 Kdnn Sharp Iiiib gone to l.oguu to spend the Btimmcr with fricndB. HH! Mr. Jumcs Sehow came down from HI lllnghnm for u week end visit with MB Iilit fiimlly. HJ "Kodak" supplies at People's Co-op. H Mr. utid .Mrs. Henry Hull of Salt Dfl J.nko, spent Sunday In I.ehl, guests 0 of Ilt'ljcr '.. Ilnrrlson. HI Mr. llyrum I.tindgreon came, down J from Uliighnm Canyon Sunday for n HI lalt with relatives. Hj MrB. Alum WIIboh wiib hostess to H tho H. I', club nt Its weekly kenslug- H ton Mondny evening. HH Mrs. Win. Paul of Holden, Is making HH u ten days' visit at the home of her Hfl brother, John St. Jcor. 9 Miss (llmlys Stark who is attending HH summer school In Salt Lake spent Sun- HH day nt the home of Mrs. J. 10. Cotter HH Another shipment of Lawns and Dl- BBj initios In hlnck and white, also blue HHJ and white stripes, at People's Co-op. HjH MIssch I.lmla and Mazcllc Ro...

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. — 19 June 1915

jg M ' - AMERICAN' FORK C1M2EK, SATURDAY. JrXBlt1tie ffi 1 Pleasant Gro Ennt Trees Bni-ctloM ttltli mi nrtlclo which K in Inst week's pnper ' He heading, "I'lnnt Wnlnut he following Is contributed by Hoiddlngs of American Fork, Hglrcn treo culturo much nt- I Knil Is considered nn nutharlty ubject plaro nlniost ns many vnrlctles "fcUi walnuts iib Ihoro nro of np- IjH, ns much difference In the H as Is round in npples. Nuts H,i trees grown from seed arc H as (seedlings and although quite edible nud frequently at the milH ofTcred In tho lo- 13 H(tls, they nre not n succcss- mcrclnl article. Many bonr- II Minis of fleodllng BngllBh wnl 6 Hc been grubbed up In Cnllfnr- Hccount of the Inferior quality Hts. His tlclnlty the writer would 1 H-ml the following vnrletlcB: Tt B Vrootnnn, Frnmiuctto and H' Tim poiueroy produceH nn Hi commerclnl wnlnut and the Hc the ndinntngo, of being cx Hhardy, henring BUcccBBfully In H York climate, Tho Vrootnnn te Is not nulto an hardy, but rodiices a Bllght...

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. — 19 June 1915

HI ' mm T" "' TtmnAV. june ia, i9iR -- Hf ... . a . r- I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS U..J When you mint nny kind of print- Wf lnif I'lionc 85. Ill''' Unled Alfalfa Hny. People's Co-op. 3, - Mr, K. I'nxinnn wiir In . 'kc Hi ' Friday mid Qnturduy on buslnesu. Mr. mid Mrs. James S. Crystal spent Saturday In Salt Luke. Mrs. Alma Olcson of Dlnghnm Ib hero vlBltlng with hor mother, Mrs. George , Storrs. MIsb Lillian Foster returned to her homo In Vurnul, Monday after n ten dayH visit with Mrs. Win. Hush. Bathing cnpB, "water proof, speclnl nt American Fork Drug Co. 12-lt BJ Andrew Flrmugc, of Salt Luke was BJ hero Sunday visiting with his parents, BJ' Mr. and Mrs. Win. Flrtnngc. BJ Mr. and Mrs .Tames Grant and baby Hk of Salt Lake are hero visiting with Bf Mr. and Mrs. Win, Grant. H Miss Florence Clilpman spent thr Ht." week In Salt Lake with Miss Nannon Lloyd. Hf''' ' Miss Margaret Illockhurst spent V Sunday In Salt l.ako with Mr. and BftV Mrs. Alex McMastcr. Hi Mr. and Mrs John...

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. — 26 June 1915

IB' i. ' K-' &;..., ' J, - -,-',- 4,-- ' ,' '"fV't ,-l"? 7 Tl I ' " 'I s lAmerican Fffork Citizen J JB"' AMERICAN FOltK CITIZEN, SATVUDAY, JUNE 26, 1915. NUMDKIl 11 j i ' ' ' mil ii -p i i - nKflH Jje Jesse Using Diamond 1 Drii Near Alpine Rh, u( .dining Rights to Thousands of Acres and Will Reek for ure by Modern Method Means Much to H Utah County If Successful. H jcsso Knight tills week coiu H drilling for oro In tho hills Hlplnc. K successful Ills opor Hwlll menu tlio opening of n Hnlng district and greater pros Hor tho towns In tho north end K, county. For many montliB Wmlnlng wizard has been grnd Hcqulrlns under aurfaco rlghtH lands lying north nml west no. It was not until this week He real object ot hla acquisitions Hade known, when u diamond Hommcnccd lnklng In otio of Hlo hollows not far from tho dt Htwcn Alpine and Draper. Ex Ocorcn A Storrs Is In charge jHwork; Undo Jesse liavlng given t'Hfull nnd free hand In the liitit- .Mllttlo diamond drill Ih now eut- ""Bholnln 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. — 26 June 1915

I ! -nir-VT mm- r iti r t ""' -"" m5- more than 12,000 people mm tt v a WANT AD AND GET RES I READ OUR THREE PAPERS XXV X A VY Am X 1 Xl-Xi- r - B AMERICAN FOIiK CITIZKN iS A progressive independent E PUBLICATION II siiiis(!itirTK ! On Year U0 Sir. Months 90c Untered as Second-Class Matter at Post Office at American Fork, Utah. i OMcei Opposite Tabernacle. Phono 85 S. W. Rois Kdltor L'; W. Galsford Manager II Provo ' TXfi H Next Tuesday Prcvo will hold nil H election to detcrmiuu whether saloons IH will again bti opened or not. It In H being gto'i out that the chief nrgu- S tnont in' faor of saloons In thnt If 9f itioy nro opened mnny will bo drnwn fflk thoro from tho other towns In tho H county and bo Induced to spend their jH money; so-called business men nrf $ra particularly using this nrugment. AjM, If l'rovo will tnko tho ndvlco ol 1188, their slater towns sho will drop this iflB argument. Well Infotmed men nn Bin that for every dollnr thnt the saloons fffm will bring In from t...

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. — 26 June 1915

jKbhilooals JHwebb made a business trip (jkc City Wednesday. RBHn ncicy left Sunday to spend ultlng relntlves In Salt Lake. ?hBW drama photoplay at the 'jK'wcck SB- olSHlrvcttft "WIB w,lS lls"i88 lo lilW , club at n keiiBington nt her 'ttBc'sday nflcrnoon. t, -jB Q ciuiTwas cntortnltiwl by .B,a stoddart at n kcnslngton sHi,y evening. DsHiil Mrs. Mutt I't'tcrsoii spoilt H week visiting with Mr. and lE$R;ciic Hono. ForjBil Mrs. Hchcr . Hart -. iKc firemen and thcJr wives nt liM party Thursday evening. .fl Carlson was thrown out of NQBy h a runaway laBt week and . M a ypralncd ankle. ,!!fjB,comird IVaiBon and children ' Falls arc, visiting with he, Blr. mill Mrs. George aimer. "JMorenco Snndback, tho gcnla ,7Bl 0 the central tolophonc of enjoylng n week's vneatlon ii Knd Suit Lake. 1 1H1 Drown climbed tho ell) kHoIc, placed rtho ropo mill pu. '"''Iftp, and this earned thu ruwan "Klinrs offered for tho feat. cUaniA Manning gave housing ntiK dozen lady friends Wedues ' IBrnooii. Dinner w...

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. — 26 June 1915

'A AMBiticAN tonic oirmismiU'BL -- "J: I The Lehi DepartmentJ 3w " " ' -.- Big Parade July Fourth Uullluu of Dn.'s l'rograiii, mill Mil of Committees Mho Will .Make the Hlg- , I gent Celebration In Local Ulstorj. Tho big feature of Lehl'B Fourth of I i July celebration will bu tliu purudo at I a o'clock lu tho forenoon. The floats 1- a will bo something different from othei h years. There will bo nineteen floats l i representing different phases of tlu iW& natlon'H history of aspects of our n;i- M tlonal lire, besides a long list of mcr- IH chant's and tradespcoide. One of tlu H committee uays that the parade will 9B bu a mile, and a tiuartor long. HH Following Is a general summary ol the. program for tlio day: 1 Salutes Day llreak. EH 2 Unfurling Staro and Stripes HH Sun Itlso, H 3 Serenading by Hands Sun Itlso hHJ 4 Longest, most npproplate, inns jSH uuliiuu Street Parade, ever seen here H 5 Housing Patriotic Program- I DB 10:30 a. in. HH C Chlldrcn'fl Sports Something H Doing...

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. — 26 June 1915

-rM AMERICAN FOIIK H,ffoutMion orsoAPp; iiave mm cf mw kind: I HoUWAHTITFWLAVJM6, Keep rr for aiAvino flACE WUAHWID THEN KARItlMinD. H ;,. jt. MKItniHEW, M Druggist Hu. utah lred's Variety Store H rOR (iHOCCIUKS Hfen, Choice, Complete, Up Batc Sleek, nnd Prices Hon 'KnMr. Our Other .Slock Al lncrcard. Hmied'S vamety stoiu: m Main Street, l.chl. mbing Heating Estimates Furnished Frc HI'l'LIKS OF AM. KINDS H am now located hi l.ctii ntid Hpared to do nil kinds ot plumb H or to Instnll atonm or hot Bter heating plnntR. I M. S. LOTT HLeIII. - UTAH l 1 Khi Hospital GENERAL SURGICAL CASES TAKEN, H aiB Sl'tCIAh FACILITIES FOH lSTH vatkkmty CASES BB COMPETENT MJHSES IN tM nuiuac - TM Tinning and Repairing Everything Firs! Class 7ttiB CORRUGATED (SALVANIZKD )( jjSJ (iiitterln, Smokestacks, bl!ni Hoofluy, etc. BjOltDKHS FILLED I'ltOMl'TLl ed M -I'KIPES REASON A1ILE auM1"101' POSTAL UK CALL ON Carl Gunther I liW LEHI f ml t J AUTO k For Hire I will make auto trips for fishing parties, plea- su...

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. — 26 June 1915

AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, sATt'ftDAV. JUNK 26, 1915 ; J I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS MIsb Hvndeen Lee Is spending week with friends In Murray Orson Kolly Is homo after spending the pnst yenr In Now York. A.el Uloomnulst made n business trip to Salt l.nko Tuesday. All good kinds of fishing tncklo at U People's Co-op., Lehi. 2rt.U J. W. Myers mndo n business trip to I Snlt Lake Wednesday. Short WIIboii of I'rovo, spent Tues day here, guest of Miss Corn Gnrff. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hlckmnn open Thursday with relatives In Salt Lake Hort Miller spent part of tho wer I la lllnghnm on IiubIucss. i Great war diama photoplay at th Royal next week. 20-11 Mrs. Wayne Rhodes spent the fore part of tho week with relatives In Dcbort Dlckerson of Sat Lake, li here visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Alma Rowley. Alma Greenwood left Thursda; morning for an extended stay In Del Miss Arlni McGregor of Ogden, li here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. K. Jones. Mrs. Win. Miller entertained ai ill ner Wednesday. Covers wer...

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. — 26 June 1915

"""""WaHHHBM iH ' " B AMEHIOAN' FORK CITIZEN, I Pleasant Grove MM Will celebrate !n Canyon ttrts Appoint0'1 and Finns Laid Kr Ulf Celebration Other v ffiris wo InTlted. ople of Manila will eclcbrnto Kdc.ee Day I" American Fork K coder the ausplcca of the Par Ku. A fine program has boon BmI. From present Indications Ere ward tt"l u0 depopulated Hjtr and liuiidrcfJs will attend tttistnt Grove and Llndon. 3Q the people will asscmblo In iites at the home jof Jens Mou ld arrive at South Fork grove l o'clock a. m. o o'clock tlic following program tt si'cn: Hog "Star Spangled Banner" Hce, er Bishop C. P. Warnlck. B Solo-Mrs. Clnrlntln Little. jon-WHford W. Warnlck. Ktlon-Orclicstra. ln;-Mlss Vclma Larson. j-'Amerlca" Audience. Klctlon by tho chaplain. H 1 until o'clock will lie do- 'K picnic- Hi' will be from 2 to 4 o'clock. Hmralttcc on sports consists of Kvenion, Elite Warnlck, A. R. Hi. Hilton Holmrtson and Mist Huonton, which insures a tine Ha of sports and amusements. o'clock the peop...

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. — 26 June 1915

El I B AMERICAW ffOntc'niTl.BM. BATOnDAY, JUNE 2i, IMS. ' ' , B I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS m I IK O Bjf This wny for the, very best in Job Wm I'UuUmk. Cull 85 2Ctf. Btr Hveryone will linvc a lino time In I I American Fork on July 6th. I Miss Arscna ilnnson Hpcut tlio week ! In Halt Ukc with Mrs. It. Lamb. T. A. Osborno wns In Salt Lnko Sunday visiting with his folks. Mayor E. Greenwood and Council- man J. I), Sceloy made a business trip L to Salt Lake Saturday. H Miss Kuto CI too spent Monday iu Salt l.ako with her brother Wallace Mm Ilcams. BM Mr. and Mrs. A. I), Chlpmau spent Bjg tho first of the week hero with Mr. IB mid Mrs. T. S. I'rlday mid family. BE Mrs. Perry Hush spent the week In BE Provo with her mother, Mrs. C. I). B Sutton. I Clyde Thornton was In Alpine Sun day visiting with his slotcr, Mrs. Fred Strong. Miss Wllla Pool left Monday for a two weeks visit with relatives In Salt Auburn Cltlpman Is home from Salt Lako to spend the summcx at the homo of his fathe...

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 July 1915

W fw- -m 'BBBJBJBJI Bfff Atneric ESation Arrange I ments Are Now Ready Ihief Events Will be Patriotic Program in Tabernacle in Forenoon and Fine Program 0f Sports in Afternoon. irrangcmciilB are, now nil comploted r American Fork's big Independence ar celebration next Monday. Tho tiny ill open with n saluto of thirteen msas.Hio stars nnd Btrlpcs nro un rlod to the breeze. Soon ntter, tho nwrlcan Fork bnnrt will sorenndo tho ir with nntlonnl airs and other cn vcnlng music. Morning L'rogrmn I At ten o'clock n patriotic program ill to given In the Stnlcc Tnbornaclo, hlcli Is now beliiR ilccorntivl with Hn,;, flowers anil the nntlonnl colors Ir the occasion Following Ih tho Hograin: ' Master ot Ceremonies Itov, John BUkcr. jliislc Aini'ilcan Fork Hand. Chorus-Nntlonnl Anthem. Hlnrocatlon Isaac Minis, Hi: Kluslr, Trio Violin, Clarionet, I'liino million Drown, KchIIo Smith nml Iris late. MDeclarallon o! Independence J. Baccy W'oo'ton riano Sole Miss Limit Chlpinriii. Oration-lion A. H. Ir...

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 July 1915

m, , ittrnrV r"" Trrtr ''"'v-JULV '- i!)ls- SSShS - TRrTWANT AD AND"GERES I' Big Victory For Prohibition ir Prohibition scored n lg victory In fatt- I'lnh Tuesday. Every formerly "dry" ' city nnd town In tho statu, where flgj it special liquor olcrtlons wcro held, If V- elected to rcmuri bo, with tho oxecp- a 8 tlou of one where tho vote wns n tie. H t Onn city and ono county unit, both fil . forincirly "wet," camo Into tho "dry" SJ ft column, Ono city, formerly "wet," H X voted to contlnuu thn licensed saloon, pP f and ono now town went 'wet." Farm- IP ington nnd Heaver county stand out Wfi v as tho acquisitions to the cause of J, ' prohibition; thci tio vote was In Gun- n,t tilson; Mllford remained "wet" and K the ono "wet" gain was at Phoenix, lu ' f, Ulnghnm canyon, whoru an election W t. was held for the first time. K The eltlfs nnd towns that chose to m remain staunch In the fight ngnliiBt Kfb the liquor trafllc arc: Provo, Logan, Ka Smlthneld, Richmond and Marysvale. Ll In th...

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 July 1915

I . .. f -v " """ - - ii -, AMERICAN FORK EJORK LOCALS TbT I'rovo Thursday ftjial Dental Meeting. lcamilwif0S,cntSundny Ks canyon- Sn wont to I'rovo r an extended visit. I. TyleTo'f tho Day State canyon, ea.no down for I RTon left Thursday K Jen doynvWt with her Murray. rta White" spent the- foro K cck In West Jordan Kdlc Vnndain. ordaTlitntc Inspector HI.g Part f iho week d Mrs- I'crry 1,UB,, a varncy eiitcrlnlnctl the Kt her home Thursday af- B0thy"Emrnctt returned to K salt hake Sunday, nftcr ' tlilt with Kate Oroo. B, BaTsetf returned Tui-s-Mm days' stay at Stockton Btor, Mrs. M W lclo. HtCblpmaii returned Hun Kf days visit In Snlt Lake Hlla Spry Ho vent to Knit l.nko Sun H thn funeral of his nunt, HGroo Woolly i Mac Davis and Florcnco Kent Sunday in Pleasant Mr' mid .Mrs. Kenneth llikcrof tho Ii. I). S. hos Ht Lake, Is hero visiting rents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hln. John Moore, and Mr. Ha. Storrs of I'rovo, wore Hy vliltlng with Mr. and H Storrs. Hlrt. Karl Chrluteuscu of pent Sat...

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 July 1915

BV7 n ""- bYa BBm I ', ' 'AMBMCAN FOKK CITBBX. SATURDAY, JULY 3, IMS. '"J The Lehi 'Department! BliMavABAEBBABABABABABfl HI &?&'& r-ri(jyHHHHHMHHHHHHHHl PMJHBBJHHhH1 rtr- jj , ABBBBBBBBBflBuBXo: V ,. ft7' '7. ii'iVAT .BBBBBBBBBBBBBB rtT'vui. i- HHHHHHv?k5 VtwBHHHM BPw-';i BBBBBBBHBBBfeflBABABJ H- tlv?TBBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBflFBBBBBBl Bl n!'-a, BBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBNiflBBBBBl , - KKAHKM-aBflBflBH l ti '''.."BBBBBBBBBBBBBkBBBBBBH :'-ShVhVhVhVAhVhVh1 BB1 V t ,y I VHHHBBfHHHHH BiflifliflifliflifliflifliflifliflifliflYflifliflifliflifliflifliflifliflViBiflifliflifliflifliflifli H SKNATOU lti:i:i SMOOI OHATOlt OF TltK DAY 8 Official Program I Independence Day HH Senator Sinout Will lie Orator of the H Dii). Hlg l'armlc n( II O'clock. Fine BBJ 1'rogrnm of Sportt In Afternoon. BBf Everything Id now In rendlnosa for BVJ I.olU',8 big Ind,Cipondanco Day Pro- BBl grnin. The big parade mid tho orn- HJ Hon by Senator Sinoot will bo the Wtm forenoon features, mid ono of tho best IftyJ lino of spo...

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 July 1915

H - - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, M jlicruFE comes reon cood hmuh JujWHTHERESNOCREMERWJAUH; pWCSANDToltS.lSED IN TIME, HlL Kff P V3U nT IN ANY C11 fc WT n. ii. HKitniiiEW, Iehi, - - UTAH Mred's Variety I Store I pOR GHOCEIUES , Choice, Complete, Up H.'dttc Stock, nnd 1'rlccs Ilea KdiMc. Onr Oilier Stock Al io Incrensetl. URED'S vamety stoiie Mnln Slrect, Lchl. lumbinfi Heating I E!llmtci Furnished Free I sriTMES OF ALL KINDS H am now located in Lohl Mia Btpared to do all kinds of plumb H; or to Install steam or hot Hater heating plants. I M. S. LOTT JHlEIII. UTAH Iehi Hospital I GENERAL SURGICAL CASES I TAKEN, 1H SL'ECIAL FACILITIES FOB JH MATEUMTV CASES H COMPETENT N WISES IN H CHAItGE j. l Tinning and Repairing 1 Everything First Glass I CORRUUATEI) GALVANIZED (lullerlns;, Smokestacks, Hoofing, etc. tH ORDERS FILLED l'KOMl'TM 1H -PRICES REASONABLE DROP POSTAL Oil CALL ON 1 Carl Gunther I LEHI I AUTO 1 For Hire t ' will mako auto trips 'or fishing parties, plea- sure parties or business...

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 July 1915

1 AMERICAN PORK CITIZEN'. "'r "'"' ""' ""Mt I LEHI'LOCALS I 5fn. f.lzzli! I.wnb of Wnllsburg, Is I flatting relatives in lrhi. B There are two cases of whooping ' cough quarantined t I.ohl Junction. .Mm. Unit IMfcw of St. Ueorgo, win! a H visitor IhbI week At I lie homo of her H sister, Mir. Itobart Hall. B Harmon McAffM now operates llio I motion plctttro initohliia nt (lit) Royal I Theatre; Oral Timothy bavin reslnn- I oil. I James Af Kirlthmn Is upetulliiK ev- H nrul weeks visiting Cuicago and oth . I eastern o(llo on t'tnlt Farmer busl- H UPR. II Mrt. A .1. Hnuienti nml chlldrei II and .Mr Joseph Donnelly of Knit. jjm l-flho City, tMnt tho early purl of the Hi wpeli hi I, phi. HE A. J. tiredwon has BoM IiIb Mwri H how home near the suptar factory to H I.. II. WIIIoh, mill nuivwl hU family to HM Oho chongo hn Ihii mmlo In th HJ forenoon program. I. 1). Wllloi will HJ ilwllver the litunoroita 9poch Inatcn.d m or ic. .i. child. H Mr. and Mri. Win. Wing, Miss An- HH nlo Goates and M...

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